Volume XII, Number 8
The issue begins with a short note by Dr. N.C. Ramanujachary, of the Adyar Theosophical Society in India, on the Invisibility of Great Sages.
On pages 2 and 3 we have an article on the building of real unity among different theosophical associations. Its title is “Can Theosophists Reunite?”
From Philadelphia, USA, the long-standing ULT associate Steven H. Levy writes “Theosophy True and False: Investigating What Theosophy Is, and Is Not”. Then a note follows with good news as to Adyar Society discovering the importance of W.Q. Judge’s life and work. Another article is entitled “H. P. Blavatsky Was Not a Madame”.
A longer text by Dr. Ramanujachary discusses the relation between Unity and Duty in esoteric wisdom. The fragment of a letter from one of the Masters of the Wisdom shows that the path to discipleship is entirely in Raja Yoga, not in ritualisms any longer, and this, of course, since 19th century. The theosophical movement will do well therefore in keeping up with the times. Then there is a question and an answer on what to do about the devotional frauds and friendly delusions created in the 1900-1934 period.
The issue concludes with an article by C. Jinarajadasa: “The Heroic Nature of H. P. Blavatsky”.
You can find the entire collection of “The Aquarian Theosophist” in our associated websites.
On the role of the esoteric movement in the ethical awakening of mankind during the 21st century, see the book “The Fire and Light of Theosophical Literature”, by Carlos Cardoso Aveline.
Published in 2013 by The Aquarian Theosophist, the volume has 255 pages and can be obtained through Amazon Books.