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Comment by J. Spencer Rich on September 22, 2010 at 3:07pm
e-mail: jspencerrich05@yahoo.com

Networking: find me on facebook (Spencer Rich)
You can hear my music at http://www.myspace.com/spencerrich
or http://www.youtube.com/user/spencerrich?feature=mhsn

Authors/books: all the theosophical writers, Cao Xue-qin: The Story of the Stone, Anne Sexton, Aldous Huxley, Kafka, Jung

Music: Syd Barrett, Velvet Underground, Ellington, Debussy, Scriabin, Bill Evans, Beatles, Beach Boys, violent femmes, R.E.M., etc.

Art: Magritte, Man Ray, Warhol, Van Gogh

Film: Billy Wilder, Bunuel, Hitchcock, Coens

TV: The Avengers, Twin Peaks, Mad Men, Muppet Show (I know--TV sucks, but these shows offer something more)
Comment by M. Sufilight on November 21, 2009 at 8:31am
M. Sufilight (Morten Nymann)
Denmark
Aarhus

E-mail:
*global-theosophy@stofanet.dk*
(I am always here!)

Social Networks:
Theos-talk
Theosophical Network and others.

Favorite writers: HPB, Idries Shah and other theosophical writers...
Favorite books: HPB's works, books from Octagon Press, esoterical works on Zen Koans, the Upanishads, works on Zend-sar, philology, gematria and allegories and mythology.

New personal website
Comment by Leslie Corrice on November 10, 2009 at 10:30am
My bad! Should have read the instructions more closely...

* Email - Lescorrice@yahoo.com
* Website - http://www.revealingscienceofgod.com/
* Blog -http://kabbalistchristian.blogspot.com/

* Writers I like - Vizcountess Anne Conway; Lisa Randall; John Lovelock; Douglas Adams; Rabbi David Cooper
* Books - Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy; Warped Passages; The Ages of Gaia; God and the Astronomers, God is a Verb
* Musical Groups - Yes; Genesis w/ Peter Gabriel; Evanescence; Roxy Music; Pink Floyd
* Interests - Spirituality; Science (Cosmology, Biology, Astronomy, Ancient Astrology); Giordano Bruno; Gnostic Gospels; Cooking
Comment by Leslie Corrice on November 10, 2009 at 10:18am
Leslie Corrice
United States
Chagrin River Road
Moreland Hills, Ohio

A life-long skeptic of institutional Christian doctrine, I recently realized that my personal view fits almost perfectly with Kabbalist Theosophy. My initial influences were many, but the greatest was probably "Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy" by Vizcountess Anne Conway (1631-1679). I have also been greatly moved by the work of Rabbi David Cooper ("God is a Verb"). A year ago, "Zohar", "The Book of Concealed Mystery", and "Sepher Yezirah" appeared on Sacred Texts in english, which allowed me to read these wonderful works for the first time. They also made me realize I was born a Kabbalist in a Christian culture, but was ignorant of this "calling" for most of my 62 years. I am creating a website (see below), with the help of a dear frind and professional web designer, in the hope of bringing Kabbalist Theosophy to the non-Jewish world at large and applying it's methodologies to a non-dogmatic understanding of the New Testament.

Online contacts:
Comment by George Hall on August 19, 2009 at 8:33am
A Theosophist since May 28th and a Rosicrucian A.M.O.R.C ( Neophyte ). I would love to talk to any one involved in the esoteric sciences. I can be found on the following sites :


Theosophy.org : George Hall
Twitter.com ( Username : Tehuti09 )
Yahoo ID : hallg96
hallgeorge55@gmail.com
Facebook (George Hall )
Myspace.com/http://hallgTheosophical
Blogger : George Hall
.......will add more soon

until then Theosophical Greetings to you all
Comment by Gene Hutloff on August 12, 2009 at 3:51pm
Life-long student of source Theosophy, with special deference to William Q Judge and his faithful support of the life and work of H P Blavatsky.
Founding Secretary of a Spanish-speaking Masonic lodge.
Comment by Abir Taha on August 11, 2009 at 3:01am
Abir Taha
France

Email: aryaarhat@hotmail.com

Favourite thinkers/poets: Nietzsche, Holderlin, Blavatsky, Krishnamurti, Aurobindo, Gibran.

Favourite books: Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Hyperion, The Secret Doctrine, The Prophet.

Religion: Holistic

Music: Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, vivaldi.

Art: Classics (Poussin, Chardin, Rousseau, Fragonard, Watteau...)

Other interests: Philosophy, poetry, spirituality, mysticism.

Published author of three philosophical books (two academic, third is inspirational/spiritual fiction)
Website: www.the-epic-of-arya.com
Comment by Martin Euser on August 9, 2009 at 5:23pm
Martin Euser
Netherlands
Utrecht (prov.)


Online contacts:
E-mail: martin {dot} euser (shift2) tele2 (d0t) nl
and through the contact form at my website meuser.awardspace.com

Active Newsgroups :theosnetwork and others at Yahoo


Favorite writers: besides theosophical: Boehme, J.G. Bennett, Vitvan, Subba Rao, Shankara, Plato, Plotinus, Arthur Young

Favorite books: from above writers and instruction manuals on drawing & painting and music!

Religion/School of Thought: syncretic philosophy (all great minds!)

Musical Styles/Groups/Performers: diverse, from Indian ragas to hard rock, pop, folk, blues and classical music

Art Genres/Artists: impressionism, post-impressionism, abstract, figurative

Other Interests: philosophy, ontology, epistemology, psychology, biology, physics, computers, writing, painting, djembe, guitar
Comment by Rev.William Joseph Hartshorn on August 4, 2009 at 1:28am
Hell-O,I'm here to state what I believe and listen to what others believe.I am not here to argue or to try to make others believe I am right.What I believe today won't be and shouldn't be what I believe a month from now.Hopefully I will have grown,changed and added to my knowledge,and hopefully gained some wisdom.I have been on some Theosophy sites where arguement for arguements sake is the meal of the day.Arguement just to "prove"someone else's ideas or beliefs are"wrong".I welcome discussion,I want to know what you believe.It may explain a point on which I'm unclear or uncertain.I need other views to help me solidify what I believe( today). I seek TRUTH and truths.I stated that on one site and recieved a reply 'What is truth?',which I feel is purely an arguementative and unanswerable question.Someone,it seemed to me,who only wanted to espouse their own brilliance.Please don't get me wrong,I want discussion,tell me you disagree,it's a good way for me to learn more And I hope that in discussion the sum will be greater than the parts.
Comment by ornamentalmind on August 1, 2009 at 12:02pm
Bill Faust
USA
Oregon/Pacific NW
Portland

E-mail:
ornamentalmind[at]yahoo[dot]com

Social Networks:
Twitter: ornamentalmind
FaceBook: Bill Faust
Skype: ornamentalmind

Favorite writers: Ichazo, Plotinus, Chandrakirti, Nagarjuna, Plato, Attar, Rumi

Favorite books: The Symbol, The Enneads, Rig-Veda, The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa, The Sufis, Knots

Religion/School of Thought: Arica, Tibetan Buddhism, Neo-Platonism, Sufism… in general, coherent praxis.

Music: Rock, Classical, Jazz

Other Interests: Tai Chi, math, philosophy, ontology, epistemology, theology, psychology, biology, physics, meditation, logic, computers

personal website
 

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