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The Time Has Come

Posted on October 4, 2010 at 4:00am 3 Comments

To say goodbye.

No, not to Theosophy, not by any means. But to the Adyar Society and probably to all organized Theosophy as well.

Over a year ago I saw a face of the society that I hoped that I would never see. And having seen it resolved to give myself another year to see if things would improve. They have not. All I see is infighting and nonsense about elections and finances and now the damned beach at Adyar. It fills me with horror.

When I was…


A bit of hidden Theosophical History

Posted on November 21, 2009 at 11:58am 7 Comments

From the Akashic DVD series, Madame Blavatsky, the Unknown Years.

While it is well known that HPB had a long-running feud with the spiritualist A. O. Hume, relatively few know the roots of the feud.

It all began one afternoon when Madame Blavatsky was paying a visit to Mr. Hume. They were in the library on the second floor of his house and she sat in an antique chair near the door. Unfortunately the combination of the immense gravity of her person and the age of the chair… Continue

Silliest Quest Article Title Award

Posted on September 30, 2009 at 10:45pm 2 Comments

And this issues Silliest Quest Article Title Award goes to:

"How Death Changes Life:..."

Yes, death really does change one's life experience, there is no doubt about that and the change is often permanent.

Welcome to Hell

Posted on August 25, 2009 at 12:01pm 4 Comments

Once upon a time in Tibet there was a lama and a Christian missionary. And every day they ran into each other on a ledge going down to the town and every day they argued. Well, one day they argued so forcefully that the ledge gave way.

And they both woke up in Hell and standing over them was a devil with their room assignments.

The lama looked at the devil and said, "I am Guru Rimpoche. I have been a monk since I was three, studied the works of the Buddha all my life and… Continue

"There is No Religion Higher than Truth."

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 12:58pm 3 Comments

We see the line all the time. We hear it parroted all the time. But what does it really mean?

Is there any truth in religion at all to be higher than? Are religion and truth mutually exclusive qualities? Is religion a senseless bondage to myth and tradition, none of it of any value other than to the priests and preachers who profit from human ignorance and fear?

And what is truth in the first place? How would we know it if we fell over it and would it matter if we… Continue

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