The May 2021 edition of The Aquarian presents a partial collection of theosophical prophecies regarding human future and its challenges. In the fifth month of the year, these are the main topics of the journal:
* The Blessing of Self-Discipline: As We Leave Superficial Factors Aside, We Strengthen Our Inner Will (p.01).
* Adyar or the Irrelevance of Bureaucracy (p.02).
* The Unlimited Potentiality of Wisdom, in One’s Soul (p.03).
* The Wisdom From Neptune (p.04).
* No More Hiroshimas and Nagasakis: and an old prophecy on the danger of nuclear wars (p.05).
* A Prophecy on Judaism and Christianity: in the Theosophical Blog at “The Times of Israel” (p.05).
* A Puranic Prophecy: a text by Helena P. Blavatsky (p.06).
* What Blavatsky Says of 21st Century (p.08).
* Correspondence With Joy Mills – 04, Conclusion: Evaluating Mistakes and Strong Points in the Theosophical Literature (p.10).
* Thoughts Along the Road – An Unpleasant Desert May Help the Pilgrim Transcend the Narrow World of Small Things (p.16).
* A Prophecy on the Roman Church (p.17).
The edition has 18 pages, and includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.
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Regarding the path to happiness, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.