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Is Theosophy a Religion?

12 september 2018

By Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831 - 1891).

48 Pages | First edition, fourth reprint 2004 | Soft cover | The Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar.

'Theosophy is not a Religion' says Madame Blavatsky; it is Religion itself, the Wisdom Religion from which individual religions have sprung. It is the one bond of unitym whicb is so universal and all-embracing, that no man as no speck - from the gods and mortals down to animals, the blade of grass and atom - can be outside of its light. Therefore, any organization or body of that name must be necessarily be a Universal Brotherhood.

Theosophy can be practised by Christian or heathen, Jew or Gentile, by agnostic or materialist and atheist, provided that no one of these is a bigoted fanaticm who refuses to recognize as his brother or sister a person outside his own special creed or belief. Theosophy embraces every science in life, moral and physical, because it shows the connection of man and all things in the universe with each other.

From the Introduction:

" Religion is the best armour that man can have, but it is the worst cloak.  - Bunyan.

It is no exaggeration to say that there never was - during the present nineteenth century, at any rate - a movement, social or religious, so terribly misunderstood, or more blundered about than Theosophy - whether regarded theoretically as a code of ethics, or practically, in its objective expression, i.e.. the Society known by that name. "

 

 

 

auteur: Blavatsky, H.P.
ISBN: 8170590310
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