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www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/webedition/app/documents/show.php?sangerDoc=236609.xml

This is the first of a two-part published version of a speech Margaret Sanger gave to the Theosophical Society in Adyar, India. For the second part, see "Birth Control," The Theosophist, Sept. 1936, pp. 507-11. ... of the sufferings of women. It was not known as birth control, and perhaps it did not have the same definition.

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Welcome to my new website. by pablosender | posted in: Theosophy definition | 0 . Hello friends! I have finally gotten around to update my website. I will little by little add new material. Meanwhile, check out my weekly online classes for The Theosophical Society in America. … Continued ...

www.bauarchitecture.com/docs/Red%20Square.pdf

The color red bore a special significance for Frank. Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), to him it was the color of creation. In a 1938 edition of Architectural. Forum dedicated especially to Wright, a quote from the plant physiologist Timiriazev poetically gave it meaning: 'The color red is invincible. It is the color not only of the blood—it is ...

davidpratt.info/ether.htm

Ether, says Blavatsky, is the grossest form of akasha. Although the words 'ether' and 'aether' are sometimes used interchangeably, 'aether' usually has the same meaning as akasha and refers to the fifth cosmic element or, more generally, to the highest states of spirit-substance of a plane or hierarchy, whereas 'ether' refers ...

www.thegalaxyexpress.com/theosophy

Theosophy is defined as, "knowledge of God that is attained through inspiration and Divine illumination." The result is a type of mystical philosophy. The term comes from the Greek theos, "god" and sophos, "wise." Theosophic thought can be found in the Upanishads which are metaphysical treatises found in Sanskrit.

www.ts-adyar.org/content/emblem-or-seal

The interpretation here offered is to be taken as suggestive of the truths they seek to convey rather than as an exact statement of their meaning. The Motto: Surrounding the emblem runs the motto of The Theosophical Society, 'There is no Religion Higher than Truth.' Truth is the quest of every Theosophist, whatever their ...

www.horuscentre.org/library/Theosophy/The_Key_to_Theosophy.pdf

SECTION 1: THEOSOPHY AND THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY (28K) q The Meaning of the Name q The Policy of the Theosophical Society q The Wisdom- Religion Esoteric in all Ages q Theosophy is not Buddhism. SECTION 2: EXOTERIC AND ESOTERIC THEOSOPHY (44K) q What the Modern Theosophical Society is ...

selfdefinition.org/magic/hartmann/white-and-black/chapter-12-theosophy.htm

Everything in nature has a threefold nature, and likewise the allegories of the sacred books of the East as well as those of the West have a threefold meaning: an exoteric, an esoteric, and a spiritual signification. The vulgar -- the learned as well as the unlearned -- can see only the external side, which is often so absurd, that ...

www.giffordlectures.org/books/theosophy-or-psychological-religion/lecture-15-christian-theosophy

They preached wherever they could find a congregation, in the streets, in the meadows, wherever two or three were gathered together, and what they preached was the simple Gospel, interpreted in its true or, as it was called, its mystic meaning. The monastic orders of the Franciscans and Dominicans were most active at ...