in London .
Written in English
|Statement||By G. R. S. Mead ... Dynaspheric force. [By L. Oliphant].|
|Series||Theosophical Publication Society. Theosophical Siftings -- 3, iv|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.p. 20 : 8vo|
|Number of Pages||20|
analysis of the Theosophical Seal is highly recommended to the many readers who will find here a rich store of information concerning the meaning of the various components of the Seal. Symbology is one of the ancient keys unlocking the mysteries of man and Nature. H. P. Blavatsky in The Secret Doctrine refers again and again to the hidden meanings. Grace F. Knoche was born Febru at the international headquarters of The Theosophical Society, then at Point Loma, California. There she attended the schools founded by Katherine Tingley, receiving a PhD from Theosophical University in She also taught violin, Greek, Sanskrit, and Hebrew at Theosophical University.5/5(1). THE first article printed in the PATH on this subject was "Theosophical Symbolism" in Vol. meanwhile cribbing wholesale from all the Theosophical books and periodicals in order to make a saleable book on the darkness of Egypt. These childish imitations sufficiently expose themselves to anyone who knows something of symbology. Our seal. Lucifer (Volume 10) [Theosophical Publishing Society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: vLheosojjIttcal AND itttjsti c published: 02 Feb,
The Cosmos does not consist only of the physical plane that can be perceived with the five senses, but there is a succession of seven Cosmic planes of existence, composed of increasingly subtler forms of matter-energy, and in which states of consciousness other than the commonly known can manifest. Blavatsky described the planes according to these states of consciousness. An Introduction to the "Body of Knowledge" Known as Theosophy and the Worldwide Theosophical Movement [an online book compiled from the U.L.T.'s Theosophy Magazine] [2 more comprehensive lists of articles from Theosophy Magazine can be found at Link 1 and Link 2.]. Theosophical Symbolism. The Path, May, The number 7 has, ever since the Theosophical Society was founded November 17th, , played a prominent part in all its affairs, and, as usual, the symbols which particularly relate or pertain to the Society are in number, seven. THE BOOK OF ENOCH - THE paperback reprint is of the Corrected Text Edition () and is a translation into poetic English by Richard Laurence after the old Ethiopic text was discovered by the Scottish explorer James Bruce in after years of obscuration. pages includes informative 48 page introduction by Lyman Abbott (author of "The Evolution of Christianity").
The seal or emblem of the Theosophical Society (TS) is derived from the personal seal of Helena P. BLAVATSKY. It consists of the Sanskrit word AUM or Om on top, a swastika enclosed in a circle below it, a snake biting its own tail inside of which is a six pointed star, and an ankh within the star. Around it is the motto “There is No Religion Higher Than Truth,” one that was adopted from. THEOSOPHICAL SYMBOLISM — Nilakant The number 7 has, ever since the Theosophical Society was founded November 17th, , played a prominent part in all its affairs, and, as usual, the symbols which particularly relate or pertain to the Society are in number, seven. The Book of Job, found in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) and the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, is openly acknowledged by most Christians – even the fundamentalists and literalists – to be the oldest and most anciently written book in the Bible. Theosophy maintains that . Symbology is a very interesting study. To a certain type of mind everything expresses itself in symbols, and to some people they are of the greatest possible help -Charles Webster Leadbeater was an influential member of the Theosophical Society, author on occult subjects and co-initiator with J. I. Wedgwood of the Liberal Catholic : Edition du Phoenix D'or.