I am angry at the people of the world and not the world itself. How come? I found out the world was here first people second. Since no one can truthfully say we the people have been here either seven thousand seven hundred thousand or seven million years, then how come we still can't agree on anything, still murder rape and steal plus wars and haven't found peace in those times? Only a few have, how did they do that?…Continue
The following videos are posted on Circumsolatious blog:
Where is Persephone's Underworld? ‒ Part One of an Interview with Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet on 2012, the Earth as a living organism, the Earth's evolution, the Eleusinian Mysteries,…Continue
The Next Earth Summit: Rio Plus 20
Rene Wadlow *
The United Nations, its Specialized Agencies and programmes, member governments and Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are preparing their policies and evaluations to be discussed at the next Earth Summit to be held in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012: 20 years after the original 1992 Rio conference that drew up guidelines for…Continue
Videos of 10th International Theosophical Congress is now On-line.
By live streaming of the 10th International Conference, Italian Section made it for the first time that everyone around the world can see what is going on in the congress. Due to time zone difference and other reasons, many would have missed many of the sessions. Now, the video recordings of the sessions are on-line and can be viewed by anyone with an…
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Here are some more pictures from 2010 World Congress at Rome:
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I came to the World Congress mainly for the people - as I do for any theosophical meeting. And the people were great. I met inspiring and hard working people from all over the world, and have learned about theosophical issues and activities all over the world. I do think in general the atmosphere of this congress was great: relaxed, friendly, cheerful even.
In planning such a congress I do think there are two possible roads to take:
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I have never been to a theosophical meeting with so much technology: everybody is taking pictures with their own digital cameras. Live streaming and tv's at the back of the hall so everybody can see the speakers properly.
But the one feature of this congress that I think people most enjoy is the pool. It is large enough to take laps in and when it is hot - and it is hot - it is a relief to sit in the brieze by the water.
And sometimes conversations take place…Continue
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While we're listening to lectures on brotherhood, some people had some poignant remarks.
For instance, various suggestions were made to replace 'Dear Brothers and Sisters' with
Someone else thought that 'dear sister Jane' had a Catholic sound.
Then the insight that 'The last thing a theosophist needs is…Continue
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Honestly - I had hoped Dara would go into how biology and psychology have shown that compassion is as much built into us as competition is. She didn't. Her talk was based on a definition of science which covered mostly physics and parapsychology.
It was very interesting, however it was impossible to take notes on. Dara uses very long sentences and lots of quotes. This did not make a boring talk though: She talk slowly and clearly and really did very well on a topic that the TS…Continue
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This morning we had the lecture by Professor P. Krishna. His talk was inspiring. He talked about a lot that most of us have heard before: the interconnectedness of everything, ecology and how those isses are caused by people not realizing deeply enough that it's all us. This post is a combination of my notes from Krishna's talk and my own thoughts about the issues the TS is dealing with. It's loosely based also on my talks with individual theosophists at this congress.
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