"If you must write or talk about fundamentally unknowable subjects, at least use the strategy of the medieval mapmakers—that is, instead of pretending precision just make the shoreline crinkly." --General Theosophy



[General Theosophy: “Intuitive knowledge or wisdom resulting from direct experience of one’s own Transcendent Nature. It may not only assist the creation and/or understanding of macrocosmic forumulations of cosmogenesis and anthropogenesis, but it may also provide microcosmic intuitive knowledge and wisdom, especially psychological insights and tools, for the transformation of ordinary life into extraordinary life.]

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Comment by John on June 10, 2018 at 2:00pm

(Jun 10, 2018)

Our current definitions are posted on our front page:

Theosophy: "Intuitional knowledge or wisdom resulting from progress in Self-awareness and/or experience of one's own Transcendental ('Divine') Nature."

Theosophist: "An individual who is at least willing to consider potential knowledge and/or wisdom purporting to have been derived in this special epistemological way."

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