Mar 6, 2019

The Aquarian Theosophist, March 2019





Dear Reader,

This edition opens with the article “The Golden Stairs”, whose subtitle is “Summing Up the Rules of Sacred Learning”.  On page three, the beginning of the article “The Life of Boris de Zirkoff”.  The editor of Blavatsky’s Collected Writings, Boris was born on the seventh of March, 1902.

The journal presents four articles on theosophical messages present in stories by Jules Verne. “The Ethics of Modern Knowledge” discusses the importance in our century of Jules Verne’s narrative “Doctor Ox’s Experiment”. On page 6, “A Drama in the Air: Jules Verne and the Aim of Science”.  On page 8, “A Winter Amid the Ice: Living in Extreme Conditions”. Finally, on page 10, a discussion of his short-story “Master Zacharius”, which involves Karma, Time and Wisdom. It is also a discussion on the ethics of science.

Other topics include:

* A Fragment from Swami Vivekananda, on Defeating Pain;

* A one-minute contemplative video, “The Healing Power of Truthfulness”.

* Photo of the manuscript, transcription and analysis of Albert Einstein’s one-sentence formula for happiness, written in 1922; 

* The Writings of an Eastern Master - 24; and

* Raja Yoga, on Happiness and Desire.

With 16 pages, the March edition contains the List of New Texts at our associated websites.  

Namaste,

The Editors

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Feb 13, 2019

The Aquarian Theosophist, February 2019





Dear Reader,

As you may know, the North Magnetic Pole of the Earth is changing its geographical location at a growing speed.

The fact is unanimously accepted by conventional science and governments. See a 15 January 2019 article entitled The magnetic north pole is moving, causing navigation issues.

Canada is saying good bye to the North magnetic Pole, traditionally situated in its territory but now travelling to another place.

It is worthwhile seeing a text published in January 2019 by the scientific journal “Nature”, which provides further evidence regarding the present situation:


Taking these facts into consideration, “The Aquarian Theosophist” presents a partial collection of fragments from the classical theosophical literature on the poles of our planet. It refers to the levels of life they represent, and to their periodical change in geographical location.

We invite our friends to study the evidences connecting the geological and ecological life of the planet with the condition and the dynamics of human soul.

The fascinating research about the poles of the Earth and their cyclical role in human and geological evolution helps us better understand the responsibility we have as citizens, regarding the future.

Other topics in this edition:

* An Invisible Compass - the sense of inner guidance;

* What’s Innovative About Theosophy - the groundbreaking aspect of Eternal Law;

* An Enigmatic Passage of “The Secret Doctrine”; and

* The Writings of an Eastern Master - 23.

The edition has 27 pages and includes the List of New Texts in our associated websites.

Namaste,

The Editors

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Jan 16, 2019

The Aquarian Theosophist, January 2019




Dear Reader,

The opening text of the January edition was written by a theosophist born under Capricorn, the zodiacal sign of discipline and method:

A Commitment to the Soul”.

Page two brings you A Few Words on Discipline and Responsibility”, by Rohit Mehta.

Helena Blavatsky writes on the higher levels of Yoga: “The Story of Captain Seymour”. On pages five and six we present you with a few paragraphs from I. K. Taimni: “In True Yoga, A Broad Viewpoint is Needed”. After that, “Two Fragments on Raja Yoga: Self-Responsibility and Self-Confidence”, by Yogi Ramacharaka.

Other topics in this edition:

* Thoughts Along the Road - a Calm View of Things Allows Us to Save Time;

* Lawrence Kohlberg - the Stages of Ethical Consciousness;

* The Writings of an Eastern Master - 22 - every student must be independent, and blind belief in an external god is an obstacle to that;

* Philosophy of Life and Stability; and

* “The Disappointed”, a philosophical poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (many are the songs for famous heroes). 

The 17-pp. edition includes the List of New Texts in our associated websites.  

Namaste,

The Editors

[Contact us: indelodge@gmail.com.]


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