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What we can understand about Lilith...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bart Lidofsky Feb 26, 2012. 6 Replies

Hello again!Well, here I am again at the "Controversy" page! First I want to thank everybody that answered my previous discussions.So let's start! Lilith is considered nowadays to be a goddess or a…Continue

Tags: Buddhism, Tibetan, Khado, Dâkini, Lilith

Mixed thoughts about Crowley?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Worthington Dec 17, 2011. 22 Replies

Hello dear "theosophical friends"!I must say that I'm researching about various subjects related with Blavatsky, Theosophy, Secret Societies, etc... But the name of Aleister Crowley continues to…Continue

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Theosophical view about Wicca?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Devilwoman - Tammy Nov 22, 2011. 18 Replies

Hello, dear new friends! I'm new here and it's my first post.First I want to say that I've grown up hearing about Theosophy and I've been part of Eubiose (a Theosophical society from Brazil) when…Continue

Tags: magic, wicca

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Bart Lidofsky replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
"Blavatsky's second description is accurate about Jewish tradition, but the first is not.. In Jewish tradition, borrowed from the Sumerian, Lilith was a dybbuk (malicious elemental) who was responsible for SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or…"
Feb 26, 2012
Lady Line replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
"I really don't know. Maybe that they are a kind of elementals. So they are neutral beings, not good and not evil, just like animals are. Well, I think that's it. ; )"
Feb 26, 2012
Lady Line replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
"I understand but what's a contradiction is that they have the greatest kindness to mortals, not because they have no mind."
Feb 26, 2012
Joe Fulton replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
"@ Lady Line What is your inner sense about Lillith?"
Feb 25, 2012
ornamentalmind replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
"In the context of tantras such as the Guhyasamaja, I agree with Ferran… unless perhaps if one uses the notion of ‘manipulate’ as an aspect of the clarification process involved with poisons…a stretch of the use of…"
Feb 25, 2012
Ferran Sanz Orriols replied to Lady Line's discussion What we can understand about Lilith...
" I dare say that anyone who is prepared to practice the higher tantras has long ago learnt not to manipulate.... ;-)"
Feb 25, 2012
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What we can understand about Lilith...

Hello again!Well, here I am again at the "Controversy" page! First I want to thank everybody that answered my previous discussions.So let's start! Lilith is considered nowadays to be a goddess or a demon. And Blavatsky shared two different views about her. One of them is from the Theosophical Glossary:"Lilith (Heb.). By Jewish tradition a demon who was the first wife of Adam, before Eve was created: she is supposed to have a fatal influence on mothers and newly-born infants. Lil is night, and…See More
Feb 24, 2012
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Talk about your day, what's going on, the good, bad, indifferent or just plain goofy.We are real people and we have real lives.  Let's have some fun.See More
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Wisdom in Daily Life

Spirituality is not all about communing with holy beings, or having the perfect guru or teacher.  It is about seeking deep connections with reality and making for a better world, for yourself and all around you.Regardless of the belief we advertise most of us have the same needs.  We eat, sleep, have friends, and many of us have some kind of job.  Put all of these together and we have more than enough challenge in life. We would like to hear about how you cope and bring a lot of the ideas we…See More
Dec 1, 2011
Devilwoman - Tammy replied to Lady Line's discussion Mixed thoughts about Crowley?
"I actually hold much respect for the man, for he at least walked his walk, and did the talk. So many of us probably couldnt say the same, he pushed the envelope, and tried what some of us would dare not do. For me anyone who lives there life fully,…"
Nov 22, 2011
Devilwoman - Tammy replied to Lady Line's discussion Theosophical view about Wicca?
"Hello where as I am a Witch, I am not Wiccan. However Wiccan is Neo Pagan, it is a religion and belief system that follows a Crede, and harms none, and really they dont do what you would call Dark , or black magick. That types of magick is actually…"
Nov 22, 2011
Christian von Lahr replied to Lady Line's discussion Theosophical view about Wicca?
"On Mercurius (Mercury) … ALCHEMY The alchemical work has three basic stages: the nigredo, the albedo, and the rubedo. It is true that other stages corresponding to nuances of the alchemical process are mentioned in the texts but, although…"
Nov 22, 2011
Christian von Lahr replied to Lady Line's discussion Theosophical view about Wicca?
"Blavatsky considered the karmic aspect of empirical cycles. For the magician, the Self and the World are the same thing. When we try to separate them we get the errors of Science and Religion. The hieros-gamos (or "divine marriage") of…"
Nov 22, 2011
Christian von Lahr replied to Lady Line's discussion Theosophical view about Wicca?
"Hierogamy, your Holy Marriage, is not exclusive to Wicca.  It has similar basis an conneciton with Greek mythology (where its name is derived) Devadasi (Hinduism), Sumerian and Ancient Near East traditions, Alchemy, Tantric Buddhism, Jungian…"
Nov 22, 2011
Christian von Lahr replied to Lady Line's discussion Theosophical view about Wicca?
"I am concurring with Michael A. William's perspectives on Wicca. The modern expression of it does in general differ from its roots, and Wicca itself was not even popularized here in America till the 50's and 60's. I find that many in…"
Nov 22, 2011
Michael A. Williams replied to Lady Line's discussion Mixed thoughts about Crowley?
"Thanks, John, for the info on the book about Maxwell Knight. Having not read the book I can't comment too much about what portions of the book should be taken with "grain of salt." People adhering to the materialist paradigm would, of…"
Nov 7, 2011

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At 10:59am on October 3, 2011, Michael A. Williams said…
Thanks, Lady Line, and very glad you offered your friendship. Happy to accept and enjoyed contributing to your question.
At 7:22pm on October 2, 2011, Capt. Anand Kumar said…
Thank You Lady Line. I feel honoured to be considered your friend.
At 6:01pm on October 2, 2011, Capt. Anand Kumar said…
Welcome Lady Line. You may perhaps like to check out our World Wide Wisdom Radio (WWWR) show hosted by Peter O'Lalor. Peter is an authority on middle ages and many other subjects. Please feel free to post your own or join in any discussion. Kindly also go through our Rules of The Road.

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