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Dogs that Know When Their Owners are Coming Home

“THREE decades ago, few scientists were courageous enough to break ranks and question their own belief system,” Deepak Chopra writes.

“Even calling science a belief system sounded outrageous – religion is a matter of belief, science a matter of facts.” 1,463 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

A New Year's Lesson: How the Ancients Achieved their Gnosis, or True Spiritual Insights

ONE of the best ways to describe what Theosophy is, as arts reporter Ali Snow said recently on a Utah Public Radio show, “is to think of it as a kind of fusion of religion and science.” 1,553 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond

Fohat: Electric Plasma Currents Pervade Space

FOHAT is a term and concept which appears throughout “The Secret Doctrine” by H.P. Blavatsky – and especially in the first volume titled “Cosmogenesis.” 

What is this mysterious yet vitally important thing called Fohat which happens to be “the key in Occultism which opens and unriddles the multiform symbols and respective allegories in the so-called mythology of every nation”? 589 more words

Intelligent Nature

The Invisible Physical Around and Within the Material Body

ALWAYS ready to argue for the existence of an invisible physical world, within the visible, the writer of The Secret Doctrine was adamant.

She continually challenged the materialist beliefs of the modern science of her day. 1,496 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

Proved Not by Chance: Life Intelligently Designed and Guided

MODERN evolution is one of the most elaborate scientific frauds of all time. The fraud consists in a conscious refusal to accept any kind of design in Nature. 657 more words

Society & Humanity

Universal Unity Changes Everything: The Overview Effect

WHEN the Theosophical Society was founded in 1875, the First and foremost of its Three Objects was Universal Brotherhood.

It was the only Object of the Three requiring acceptance by prospective members of the Society. 949 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

The Astral Perispirit, and a Fusion of Sound, Sight and Taste

ONE of the best ways to describe what Theosophy is, arts reporter Ali Snow said recently on Utah Public Radio, “is to think of it as a kind of fusion of religion and science.” 1,468 more words

Brain, Mind, Consciousness, & Beyond