Post any items you find from a mass media source (newspaper, tv, internet news site, etc.) from the United Kingdom in this discussion. Anything in the areas or religion, philosophy, science and the arts is fair game.

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Perhaps the police actions warrant putting another pig in the garden.
Well, this is an indicator of why Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in the United States.
Hi Paul and all,

Your post has reminded me of a similar performance from two year ago by your namesake Paul Potts. He sings Nessun Dorma (Nobody sleeps) from Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woAUSJpHHuI

And lyrics goes:

Nobody shall sleep!
Nobody shall sleep!
Even you, o Princess,
in your cold room,
watch the stars,
that tremble with love and with hope.
But my secret is hidden within me,
my name no one shall know ...
No! ... No! ...
On your mouth I will tell it when the light shines.
And my kiss will dissolve the silence that makes you mine! ...
(No one will know his name and we must, alas, die.)
Vanish, o night!
Set, stars! Set, stars!
At dawn, I will win! I will win! I will win!
……………………………………………

Or, in other words, set your divinity to shine through you!

Warmest regards,
Anton
Does someone knew something about dr. Alan Bain? I got to meet him - in the form of an e-newsletter an e-mail way- and he was a very charming fellow. He was from the south part of Britain - i think i remember that he was from the coast side...don't remember very well from where - my mind keeps messing up and mixing up memories...only remember that "The two fat ladies' made a chapter on that place he was from - southwest side of the coast of britain, and made some seafood...very tasty chapter.

I know now that dr. Bain is dead and I really would want if someone here knew him, to post more of his lifework, what he did, he had a great website that crashed when he passed out, and he knew very much of Theosophy and as i know, he was a very profound thinker in Theosophy and he was always fond to give a hand to help people to know more of Blavatsky and of the history of Theosophy itself.

If we are going to talk of Britain Theosophy matters, we could possibly speak of the Theosophists there with background, or not?

I really don't know much of his personal lifework, and I would want to know a bit more. Thanks.

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