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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Blavatsky and Modern Occultism

And now for something completely different - This analyses Crowley’s commentary on the Voice of the Silence (among lots of other things… not as bad as the title suggests, I think, or maybe I had too much coffee)
Secrets of the Sex Magic Space Lamas Revealed! Tibetan Buddhist Aliens and Religious Syncretism
October 23, 2015 - Joffre
We know that Crowley regarded Blavatsky not merely as a fraud but as someone with real spiritual realization, so such analogies are about more than just debunking a skilled con-woman. Crowley here implies that historical cultural traditions are a means to an end, a strategic springboard for capturing and articulating a higher more transcendent Gnosis or Truth.

Katy Perry will mess your mind, and it's all Blavatsky`s fault, Miley Cyrus will wreck your mind like a wrecking ball (and it’s all Aleister Crowley’s fault)
Katy Perry SNL Performance Proves Crowley’s Eastern Mysticism has Invaded
By Emily -05/22/2017
The very founder of the new age movement created "the perfect blend of Hinduism and Buddhism." This is vital evidence in proving that the mixture of beliefs and practices we see in people like Katy Perry’s life aren’t incidental, they are following mystic leaders such as Blavatsky.

How St-Germain became a rock star… because of Blavatsky
The Immortal Ones
Posted on February 9, 2017 by Earth Energy Reader
The spiritual stories about him as an immortal didn’t really take off until Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical movement got a hold of it. Between 1880 and 1900 it was admitted among all theosophists, that the Comte de Saint-Germain was still alive, that he was still engaged in the spiritual development of the West, and that those who sincerely took part in this development had the possibility of meeting him.

Sports section: The second biggest boxing match of all time inspired by Blavatsky:
The Secret That Led Conor McGregor to Fame, Fortune and Floyd Mayweather
Jeremy Botter MMA August 25, 2017 The first instance of the "law of attraction" phrase appearing in print came in 1877's Isis Unveiled, a dense two-volume book by Russian occultist and theosophist Helena Blavatsky:

Not terribly accurate, but a positive appreciation:
No Religion Higher Than Truth; or, Why Theosophy Matters
June 30, 2017 by Philip Jenkins

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