February 2010 Blog Posts (11)

Queen's astronomer says aliens 'like us'


(The title is actually the header of the article and should be changed as this guy's words have clearly been taken out of context, but here you go)


Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on February 22, 2010 at 5:51pm — 3 Comments

World Day of Social Justice

World Day of Social Justice: A Sense of Direction

Rene Wadlow*

On a proposal of the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstzan, the United Nations General Assembly has set 20 February as the World Day of Social Justice. It was observed for the first time in 2009, but is not widely known. As with other UN-designated “Days”, the World Day of Social Justice gives us an opportunity to take stock of how we can work together at the local, national and global level on policy and action to achieve… Continue

Added by Rene Wadlow on February 20, 2010 at 6:48am — No Comments

"Progress" in Buddhism

Hi guys,

i thought i would share the following with you:



Açvaghosha's Discourse on the Awakening of Faith in the Mahâyâna

tr. by Teitaro Suzuki


"Fifthly, hearing that it is said in the Sûtras 1 that depending on the Tathâgata's womb, there is birth-and-death…


Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on February 18, 2010 at 10:02pm — 1 Comment

Sinnett's novel "United"

I put online at scribd.com a pdf/txt copy of A.P. Sinnett's novel "United" (2vols in one) at:


This is a very strange book. Don't think I've read another one like it, if one can get through the prim-and-proper upper-class 19th century Britain setting. The two main characters are a mesmerist and esotericist, and a… Continue

Added by Mark R. Jaqua on February 17, 2010 at 5:22pm — 1 Comment

Inner Christianity (A Review)

Richard Smoley

Inner Christianity: A Guide to the Esoteric Tradition

(Boston: Shambhala, 2002, 292pp.) (Book)

At this time of transition from the Piscean Period to the Age of Aquarius, there is an evaluation going on within all systems of belief to sort out those aspects of value for the New Age and to let dry up those thought forms and processes which were appropriate only for the passing Piscean period. Such an evaluation is particularly complex in Christianity which has… Continue

Added by Rene Wadlow on February 12, 2010 at 11:58am — No Comments

Why Belief is Overrated

...or the Wisdom of the Kalama Sutta

Buddhism and perhaps the Hindu traditions are the closest organized religion that kept the Ancient Wisdom philosophy. The Ancient Wisdom says; everything is part of something greater and all is part of an infinite, transcendent, unimaginable “thing” we call "God".

The last millennium had brought us a lot of wonderful scientific research,…

Added by andrasnm on February 9, 2010 at 9:33am — No Comments

Astrological correlates of the Great Invocation by J.Becerra

Astrological Correlates

of the

Great Invocation

By Jose Becerra

The Great Invocation ("third stanza”) was

revealed during the three spiritual Festivals of

1945. These three Spring Festivals were

observed on March 28 (Easter), April 27

(Wesak), and May 27 (Christ's Festival) at

17:46, 10:34 and 01:50 universal (Greenwich)

time, respectively.

The Great Invocation was first

communicated to Alice Bailey on April 17,

1945, that is, between the… Continue

Added by christinaleestemaker on February 5, 2010 at 10:26am — No Comments

The A.A.Bailey books with some comparisons to the Agni Yoga H.Roerich by Michael.D. Robbins

The Alice A. Bailey Books – FAQ

With some comparisons to the Agni Yoga

Teachings by Helena Roerich

Michael D. Robbins

The books of DK and AAB are called the “Blue Books”. Eighteen of them are written by the Tibetan collaborating with AAB; five are written by AAB herself. One book, The Light of the Soul, which is an exegesis of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, was a shared effort in a different way; the Tibetan Master provided a translation of the ancient… Continue

Added by christinaleestemaker on February 5, 2010 at 10:11am — No Comments

The initiations of Krishnamurti( an astrological biography).

The Initiations of Krishnamurti:

An Astrological Biography

(From the book of the same name by Phillip Lindsay © 2002)

Krishnamurti remains probably one of the most controversial figures of the twentieth century and has been the subject of several biographies, but none to date that has exhaustively treated the subject from an astrological viewpoint – as the above title indicates.

One of Krishnamurti’s (K) more well known associations is with that of… Continue

Added by christinaleestemaker on February 5, 2010 at 7:07am — 1 Comment

Theosophy, HPB and the Secret Doctrine by Phillip Lindsay

Theosophy, HPB and The Secret Doctrine

Phillip Lindsay © 2002

The Theosophical Society was founded by the so-called Masters of Wisdom

or Hierarchy of Enlightened Being, through their amanuensis, H.P.

Blavatsky. Other names for them throughout history have been the Elder

Brothers, The Secret College and The Great White Brotherhood.

If it is difficult to accept the fact of their existence, ask yourself

the question, where do the Masters… Continue

Added by christinaleestemaker on February 5, 2010 at 6:36am — 1 Comment

Freedom, statistics, blavatsky news and more - Lucifer7, February 2010

New online

On Blogger (aka, not by me)

This is not exactly a new blog. It's just that I only became aware of it recently (thank you Michael Gomes). It's called 'Blavatsky News', but the subjects are far wider. It contains a lot of book reviews and (surprise) the authors seem to know what they are talking about.


Added by Katinka Hesselink on February 2, 2010 at 5:30am — No Comments

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