Theosophy, Kabbalah and Ancient Egyptian Language ... all are one.....

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From my Rudimentary understanding of Theosophy we are encouraged to attain perfection through learning and service to others. The Kabbalah relates to a dynamic activation of powers which connect us with a communion to the Brotherhood of Angels. Ancient Egyptian Language reflects an occult knowledge of the soul (the micro-cosm) and the macro-cosm (the Cosmos).. Queen Hatshepsut is referred to as a disciple of the Great White Brotherhood of Luxor.... her reign of Peace for some 22 years was one of the longest reigns of Peace in these troubled times...

If there are any Egyptologists out there who would like to contribute to this blog please let me know....

Some interesting things Egyptian... The Rosetta Stone (British Museum) and the Ebers Papyrus ( German Museum) were discovered with the guiding efforts of the Great White Brotherhood of Adepts in most cases without the direct knowledge of the host....

The Canopus Decree was written in Ancient Greek, Ancient Egyptian ( common or demotic) and Ancient Sacred Hieroglyphic Languages.

The Ebers Papyrus was written in Hieratic - Running writing form of Ancient Egyptian Sacred Hieroglyphic Language.

The Obelisks of Queen Hatshepsut contain information about the Seven Planes of Nature and how the shape of the Obelisk is a reflection and symbol of IMMORTALITY which can be attained by all those who study truth and give service to others.

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Comment by Richard Caruana on February 27, 2015 at 12:38am

Hi John,

I am a fan of the Late Geoffrey Hodson.

References to the Great White Brotherhood are plentiful.

in 1808 if I told you x-rays existed you might also be forward in claiming they too are a myth.

I would have to say that some myths are true for the privileged few and door knockers for the rest.


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Comment by John on February 26, 2015 at 9:34pm

The Great White Brotherhood is a myth (as is the Brotherhood of Angels). They are from a new Societal Religion (NRM - New Religious Movement) and have no founding basis in any ancient religion I can think of. Is it found in Hinduism, Buddhism etc.? I don't think so. Can anyone name the classic (i.e. non NRM) Religion that they exist in? I am curious.

Other than that - good post!

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