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Secret Doctrinea Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy Continuously In Print For Over 100 Years, The SD Remains Today The Most Comprehensive Sourcebook Of The Esoteric Tradition, Outlining The Fundamental Tenets Of The Secret Doctrine Of The Archaic Ages Challenging, Prophetic, And Strikingly Modern, It Directly Addresses The Perennial Questions Continuity Of Life After Death, Purpose Of Existence, Good And Evil, Consciousness And Substance, Sexuality, Karma, Evolution, And Human And Planetary Transformation Based On The Ancient Stanzas Of Dzyan With Corroborating Testimony From Over 1,200 Sources, These Volumes Unfold The Drama Of Cosmic And Human Evolution From The Reawakening Of The Gods After A Night Of The Universe To The Ultimate Reunion Of Cosmos With Its Divine Source Supplementary Sections Discuss Relevant Scientific Issues As Well As The Mystery Language Of Myths, Symbols, And Allegories, Helping The Reader Decipher The Often Abstruse Imagery Of The World S Sacred Literature

➷ Secret Doctrinea Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy  Free ➭ Author Helena Petrovna Blavatsky – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 572 pages
  • Secret Doctrinea Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy
  • Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
  • English
  • 15 May 2018
  • 1557000018

    10 thoughts on “➷ Secret Doctrinea Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy Free ➭ Author Helena Petrovna Blavatsky – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    When I first considered reading the The Secret Doctrine, I thought I had a pretty good back ground in the understanding of esoteric interpretations of nature I quickly realized that if I read the material at that point, I would only attain a C average understanding This for me would be unacceptable I knew that there would need to be a lot of mental upgrading I first picked out 10 books that would get me from where I was, to where I needed to be, here are the books in the order that I read th When I first considered reading the The Secret Doctrine, I thought I had a pretty good back ground in the understanding of esoteric interpretations of nature I quickly realized that if I read the material at that point, I would only attain a C average understanding This for me would be unacceptable I ...


  2. says:

    This book is complete garbage The author s incompetence is obvious, she just took everything that was known of Eastern religious and philosophic systems in the 19th century Europe, everything the pseudo intellectual mass wanted to believe, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Anti Semitic and Aryan ideologies everything that wanted to be believed and wasn t systematized yet She spoke of mahatmas from Hinduism, though there are none there there are Wise Men the Rishi, but their role is different This book is complete garbage The author s incompetence is obvious, she just took everything that was known of Eastern religious and philosophic systems in the 19th century Europe, everything the pseudo intellectual mass wanted to believe, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Anti Semitic and Aryan ideologies everything that wanted to be believed and wasn t systematized yet She spoke of mahatmas from Hinduism, though there are none there there are Wise Men the Rishi, but their role is different from that of Blavatsky s Mahatmas, and actually the idea of Mahatmas was borrowed from Jainism, where they perform a similar guiding, enlightening role and are called Jaina Also, Blavatsky was a master of mystification, she acted as a medium and performed magic tricks like materialization , to prove her ideas were right something most modern theosophists would rather omit She didn t accept the aid of doctors, healing herself by letting a white dog to sleep on ...


  3. says:

    A must reference book for serious seekers and researchers of esoteric philosophies and modern occultism Not necessarily an easy read HP Blavatsky s writing style was a bit crude as her native language is not English But the ideas presented, I believe, formed the basis of the modern occult movement both eastern and western I started reading this one when I was still in senior high school and finally finished reading it a few years back Its like it took me 15 years to read it But Im n A must reference book for serious seekers and researchers of esoteric philosophies and modern occultism Not necessarily an easy read HP Blavatsky s writing style was a bit crude as her native language is not English But the ideas presented, I believe, formed the basis of the modern occult movement both eastern and western I started reading this one when I was still in senior high school and finally finished reading it a few years back Its like it took me 15 years to read it But Im not yet sure if I fully comprehended all the ideas presented Yet, esoterically, this can be an excellent exercise in abstract thinking as a prelude to occult meditation practice This is an exhaustive occult treatise on the beginning of the universe from the unmanifested supreme intelligence to its...


  4. says:

    It was in volume 3 of the secret doctrine that I found the issues that 1930 s nazi Germany found pleasing in Blavatskys work in the chapter on Root Races but volume 1 still remains an important and very ancient contribution to 21st Century chaos theory logos outpouring vehicles the suppr...


  5. says:

    Poorly written junk Mrs Blavatsky who later in life turned out to be a fraud mixed concepts of different religions and added a massive amount of fantasy resulting in a book that has NOTHING to do with reality, truth, philosophy or spirituality u...


  6. says:

    Here lies one of the biggest roots of modern syncretism, new age and pseudo spirituality A real malignent tumor.Ren Gu non swept the floor pretty well indeed with his Theosophy History of a Pseudo Religion and The Spiritist Fallacy At the seventeenth convention of the Theosophical Society, held at Adyar in December 1891, Colonel Olcott said the following I helped HPB in the compilation of her Isis Unveiled, while Keightley, with several others, did the same for the Secret Doctrine Each Here lies one of the biggest roots of modern syncretism, new age and pseudo spirituality A real malignent tumor.Ren Gu non swept the floor pretty well indeed with his Theosophy History of a Pseudo Religion and The Spiritist Fallacy At the seventeenth convention of the Theosophical Society, held at Adyar in December 1891, Colonel Olcott said the following I helped HPB in the compilation of her Isis Unveiled, while Keightley, with several others, did the same for the Secret Doctrine Each of us knows full well how far from infallible are parts of these books, owing due to our collaboration, not ...


  7. says:

    Compulsory reading for theosophists or anyone interested in esoteric philosophy or spiritualism Theosophical thinking has changed the direction of many lives including the poet William Butler Yeats This is a highly creative work of spiritualism, to be absorbed and IMHO not to be taken too literally.


  8. says:

    Brings together a great deal of mythological, 19th century scientific, and religious material to show the unity behind human traditions throughout time and culture Principles are universal, whatever one may think of the details.


  9. says:

    Profoundly interesting, poorly written


  10. says:

    This mostly went over my head, but what I understood I liked.

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