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The Bulletin for the 5th Day of the Adyar Convention is now on Adyar website.
For some reason, there was a delay in it being uploaded to the site.
The bulletin contain summaries of talks by:
The talk by Saripalli is on Changing Environment which was delivered as the Theosophy Science lecture.
There is news about activities around the world and this keeps us informed of…
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“In Theosophy the most successful digging into the past would be to meet someone who is successfully digging into the future.”—General Theosophy
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Eight page Daily Bulletin for the second day of the Convention is on the
Adyar website and is informative and would be welcomed by everyone.
It contains summaries of talks by:
R C Tampi
There is also a list of General Secretaries and representatives attending
the convention. The attendance this year is much better than last year
(especially from the West) and we will…
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The Wisdom in Toons
First, an apologie if my english is not so correct-spelled as i wanted to. Thank God for the word-spelling editor.
Secound, let's get into matter:
You must have noticed by now that Children stories have a lot of occult meaning. As I am going to re-write this same article to Spanish-versed readers later, i'll try to be brief in this subject, and extend, progressively, in…Continue
A view has been widely circulated that the early Christians, including Church Fathers, believed in reincarnation. I have read claims to the effect that Origen taught reincarnation, and even that Jerome upheld the doctrine. Often these claims (on the internet) are not sourced at all. Sometimes they…Continue
The 135th International Convention at Adyar will commence tomorrow. A
visit to the Adyar website gave me a surprise. Daily Bulletins in pdf
format for each day is indicated. So you can visit each day and see the
bulletin and know the highlights of the day. This is a small step in
providing info on the happenings on a daily basis. I hope, next year,
Adyar resorts to live streaming of the programs, which will bring
membership in closer contact…
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Traditionally, in print media, an index is compiled and put at the end of the publication. Modern digitization technology has enabled every word in the pdf file to be indexed. This enables one to search for a word or words in the entire file, which is very powerful and handy for the reader.
All the Theosophist and Lucifer files in this site are searchable pdf files. The credit goes to Marc who took care of the processing after scanned file was available.
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Have a look at:
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Frequently one finds a disconnect between what theosophists talk about and act. This is all the more so when you deal with ‘organizational’ theosophists.
The scanning and uploading of early issues of Theosophist on this site is an invaluable resource…
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I've been neglecting you all. I'm sorry - the last months of the year are the busiest, for my online publishing work (which pays my bills). Here's what I've written about the present and future of the Theosophical Society:Continue
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“Your body is neither you nor your enemy; it is just a war zone.”—General Theosophy
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The volumes scanned and made available due to the labors of dedicated theosophists contain very valuable information which many will find it interesting and useful. But for Internet, it would have been almost inaccessible for ordinary readers. Now the task is for the masses to get to know about it. Most of us use search engines to find information and hence I expect most readers will come to the site from searches. In the meanwhile, let each one of us spread the word.
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“What you can put into words is what you can doubt.”—General Theosophy
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