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OF THEOSOPHY. SIV ELLEN KRAFT. Summary. Once defined as a "mishmash of religions," syncretism has been referred to as a meaningless, derogatory and ...

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Apr 4, 2012 ... After the death of Blavatsky, the Theosophical Society continued as a ... was never strongly defined in the programs of the various Theosophical ...

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This is our theosophical definition of religion; but the same definition changes again with every creed and country, and no two Christians even regard it alike.

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The Theosophical Movement has enough comic figures. But the fact is that we are living in the most sexually permissive age since the fall of Rome, and only ...

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W. B. Yeats's 'A Vision' and the links to Theosophy. ... Yeats draws his definition from the more generally accepted literary tradition, using Coleridge's description  ...

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The Theosophical Society was founded in New York [1] in 1875 by Helena ... words, the practice of "magic"—defined as spiritual wisdom—was an unstated goal.

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A more expanded definition of theosophy: "Religious philosophy or speculation about the nature of the soul based on mystical insight into the nature of God; ...

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Definition of theosophy in the Fine Dictionary. Meaning of theosophy with illustrations and photos. Pronunciation of theosophy and it's etymology. Related words ...

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With this hazy definition, Theosophy maintains that all humans are actually a part of this mystical force. When compared to the Hindu belief in Brahman, or the ...