Jul 9, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, July 2021

 

 
  
Dear reader,
 
The opening article of the July edition of “The Aquarian” is “Blavatsky Corrects Judge”, and its editorial note explains:
 
“In February 1884, William Q. Judge still could not see the unique significance of modern theosophy. He sincerely believed, as shown in the following article, that the Bhagavad-Gita has all we need to learn. Judge felt the book ‘Esoteric Buddhism’ was not quite necessary, although it consisted basically of Letters from the Mahatmas. H.P. Blavatsky decided to correct Judge’s naiveté in public…”.
 
Other topics of this edition include:
 
* William Judge says he was but a pawn on the chessboard of Helena Blavatsky’s Mission (p.03).
 
* Studies in the Pre-History of the ILT - From the 1890s to the Decade of 2020. (p.04).
 
* Robert Crosbie: There Is No Escaping from the Law (p.11).
 
* New Progress in Science: The Cure for Envy Was Discovered (p.12).
 
* The Inner Teachings of Taoism: Investigate Principle and Meaning - A Few Classical Verses to Ponder Upon, by Chang Po-Tuan (p.13).
 
* Thoughts Along the Road: Purity of Mind and Heart Brings About Humbleness, Detachment, Perseverance (p.15).
 
* Letters to the Editors: from Fabrizio Giuliani and Ernest Pelletier, of the Edmonton Theosophical Society, Canada: 1) Regarding a Text on Karma, and 2) On an Article by Alice L. Cleather (p.16).
 
* The Kindle Edition of “The Fire and Light”, at Amazon (p. 19).
 
* And Now Is the Time to Help Mankind (p. 20).

With 21 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors

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The above edition of 
The Aquarian was published on 09 July 2021. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
 
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Regarding the path to happiness, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.
 
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Jun 11, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, June 2021

 

 
 
 
Dear reader,
 
The June edition of “The Aquarian” has on page one the article “Popular Illusions of a Modern Age”, whose subtitle is: Are There Conditions Under Which Karma Does Not Exist?
 
These are other topics of the journal:
 
* Our Heroes: The Life-Example of a Christian Buddha, in a 19th Century Text (p.04).
 
* W. Q. Judge, A. Besant and Imaginary Contacts With Masters - A text by Alice Leighton Cleather (p.05).
 
* The Butterfly Effect (p.09).
 
* Thoughts Along the Road - Since Time Immemorial the Forests Have Been
Sanctuaries and Chapels in Almost Every Nation (p.10).
 
* The Relation of Colour to the Interlaced Triangles, or the Pentacle - by M. L. Brainard (p.12).
 
* A Mahatma, on the Karma of Certain Countries (p.16).
 
* The Conscious Stage of Spiritual Evolution - a fragment from a book by Yogi Ramacharaka (p.18).
 
* Damodar Mavalankar, On Prayer (p. 18).
 
* And Independent Theosophy on Facebook (p. 19).
 
With 19 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.  
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors
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The entire collection of The Aquarian is available HERE
 
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Regarding the path to happiness, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.
 
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May 14, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, May 2021

 



Dear reader,  
 
The May 2021 edition of The Aquarian presents a partial collection of theosophical prophecies regarding human future and its challenges. In the fifth month of the year, these are the main topics of the journal:
 
* The Blessing of Self-Discipline: As We Leave Superficial Factors Aside, We Strengthen Our Inner Will (p.01).
 
* Adyar or the Irrelevance of Bureaucracy (p.02).
 
* The Unlimited Potentiality of Wisdom,  in One’s Soul (p.03).
 
* The Wisdom From Neptune (p.04).
 
* No More Hiroshimas and Nagasakis: and an old prophecy on the danger of nuclear wars (p.05).
 
* A Prophecy on Judaism and Christianity: in the Theosophical Blog at “The Times of Israel” (p.05).
 
* A Puranic Prophecy: a text by Helena P. Blavatsky (p.06).
 
* What Blavatsky Says of 21st Century (p.08).
 
* Correspondence With Joy Mills - 04, Conclusion: Evaluating Mistakes and Strong Points in the Theosophical Literature (p.10).
 
* Thoughts Along the Road - An Unpleasant Desert May Help the Pilgrim Transcend the Narrow World of Small Things (p.16).
 
* A Prophecy on the Roman Church (p.17).
 
The edition has 18 pages, and includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.  
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors

 
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The entire collection of The Aquarian is available HERE.
 
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Regarding the path to happiness, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.
 
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