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Theosophy and Steiner
In the 20th century, Theosophy was further developed by Annie Besant and Charles Webster Leadbeater, while people like Alice Bailey, Rudolf Steiner and many others, became the source for a whole range of post-theosophical movements such as The Summit Lighthouse.
* Steiner, Rudolf, Theosophy: An Introduction to the Supersensible Knowledge of the World and the Destination of Man.
Philosopher Rudolf Steiner, like Diefenbach, was a follower of Theosophy.
* Steiner, Rudolf, Theosophy: An introduction to the supersensible knowledge of the world and the destination of man.
* Steiner, Rudolf, Theosophy: An introduction to the supersensible knowledge of the world and the destination of man.
Here, as in the Vienna of the mid-1880s ( where Steiner first encountered Theosophy and mingled with Theosophists ), his spiritual insights found a responsive audience, many of whom had found in Theosophy only an imperfect reflection of their own beliefs.
* Steiner, Rudolf, Theosophy: An introduction to the supersensible knowledge of the world and the destination of man.
From a philosophical point of view, Torres García was strongly influenced by the Theosophy of Helena Blavatsky and the Anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner, as were other artists of the day, such as Piet Mondrian, Paul Klee, and Vasili Kandinski.
Saint-Yves ' works were also utilised in the development of Theosophy and Rudolf Steiner used Synarchy as a major influence in developing his political thought.

Theosophy and suggested
Much has been made of this suggested affinity by some modern astrologers, especially those influenced by the 19th-century Theosophy movement, such as Annie Besant and Alice Bailey.

Theosophy and human
Anthroposophy took over from Theosophy a complex system of cycles of world development and human evolution.
Theosophy is in opposition to the spiritualist interpretation of evolution, theosophy teaches a metaphysical theory of evolution mixed with human devolution, spiritualists do not accept the devolution of the theosophists.
Theosophy teaches that human beings and all organisms including animals and all matter " flow " from a pure spiritual formation in the absolute to a material one over time to become materialised but later will return to the absolute after the cosmic cycle of life.
In The Key to Theosophy she presents a synthesis of Eastern ( Advaita Vedanta, Samkhya ) and Western ( Platonism, 19th century Occultism ) ideas, according to which human nature consists of seven principles.
In the teachings of Theosophy, Devas are regarded as living either in the atmospheres of the planets of the solar system ( Planetary Angels ) or inside the Sun ( Solar Angels ) ( presumably other planetary systems and stars have their own angels ) and they help to guide the operation of the processes of nature such as the process of evolution and the growth of plants ; their appearance is reputedly like colored flames about the size of a human being.

Theosophy and beings
In Theosophy, the beings that helped Sanat Kumara organize the expedition from Venus are called the " Lords of the Flame ".
The Watcher comic books have tales about the special race of beings talented at information processing called The Watchers spread throughout the Cosmos that it is believed in Theosophy and the Ascended Master Teachings that The Watcher belongs to.
Initiation is a concept in Theosophy that there are nine levels of spiritual development that beings who live on Earth can progress upward through.
" She also spoke out against European slave trade in Africa ( Key to Theosophy 3 ), the Caste System ( SD I: 270 ) and often laid stress on " kindness, absence of every ill feeling or selfishness, charity, goodwill to all beings, and perfect justice to others as to one's self " ( The First Message of HPB ).
Charles Webster Leadbeater fundamentally described and incorporated his comprehension of intangible beings for Theosophy.
In Theosophy, the " Vaivasvatu Manu " is one of the most important beings at the highest levels of Initiation of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom, along with Sanat Kumara, Gautama Buddha, Maitreya, the Maha Chohan, and Djwal Khul.

Theosophy and physical
The work was the magnum opus of Helena Blavatsky, one of the physical founders of the Theosophical Society and of contemporary Theosophy.
The physical plane or physical universe, in emanationist metaphysics taught in Neoplatonism, Hermeticism, Hinduism and Theosophy, refers to the visible reality of space and time, energy and matter: the physical universe in Occultism and esoteric cosmology is the lowest or densest of a series of planes of existence.
Theosophy also teaches that when the physical body dies the etheric body is left behind and the soul forms into an astral body on the astral plane.
The Roerichs, whose teachings closely parallel Theosophy, see Shamballah's existence as both spiritual and physical.
In some systems of mysticism, such as Theosophy, the physical body is understood as the last of several progressively denser " vehicles of consciousness ".
Leadbeater and Besant ( Adyar School of Theosophy ), and later Alice Bailey, though, in formalising Theosophical cosmology around 1913, conceived that the etheric plane constituted four higher subplanes of the physical plane.
The physical plane ( actually hyperplane ), physical world, or physical universe, in emanationist metaphysics such as are found in Neoplatonism, Hermeticism, Hinduism and Theosophy, refers to the visible reality of space and time, energy and matter: the physical universe in Occultism and esoteric cosmology is the lowest or densest of a series of planes of existence ( hyperplanes that are said to be nested ).

Theosophy and body
However in The Key to Theosophy, Blavatsky had stated that " The Society is a philanthropic and scientific body for the propagation of the idea of brotherhood on practical instead of theoretical lines.
The astral body in later Theosophy is " the vehicle of feelings and emotions " through which " it is possible ... to experience all varieties of desire ".
Theosophy teaches that the psychological ego is false, that the idea that we are this body, emotions, and mind is a mistake of perception and the source of sorrow.
According to Theosophy, each root race has its own Manu which physically incarnates in an advanced body of an individual of the old root race and physically progenerates with a suitable female partner the first individuals of the new root race.
In Blavatskyian Theosophy it is called by the Vedantic name sthula sarira-" gross body "-and distinguished from the linga sarira, the " subtle body " or astral double.
Leadbeater and Annie Besant ( Adyar School of Theosophy ), and later Alice Bailey, the mental body is equivalent to the " Lower Manas " of Blavatsky's original seven principles of man.
The etheric plane ( see also Etheric body ) is a term introduced into Theosophy by Charles Webster Leadbeater and Annie Besant to represent one of the planes of existence in neo-Theosophical and Rosicrucian cosmology.

Theosophy and nature
Theosophy ( from Greek θεοσοφία theosophia, from θεός theos, divine + σοφία sophia, wisdom ; literally " divine wisdom "), refers to systems of esoteric philosophy concerning, or investigation seeking direct knowledge of, presumed mysteries of being and nature, particularly concerning the nature of divinity.

Theosophy and common
It is also a common belief of pagan religions such as Druidism, Spiritism, Theosophy, and Eckankar and is found in many tribal societies around the world, in places such as Siberia, West Africa, North America, and Australia.
Though Bailey's writings differ from the orthodox Theosophy of Madame Blavatsky, they also have much in common with it.
Attempts at a synthesis of religion and science, a common theme in Mayanism, are one of the contributions from Theosophy while Emerson would be an early example of a plastic shaman in Mayanism.

Theosophy and ultimately
Hinduism-inspired elements in Theosophy were also inherited by the spin-off movements of Ariosophy and Anthroposophy and ultimately contributed to the renewed New Age boom of the 1960s to 1980s, the term New Age itself deriving from Blavatsky's 1888 The Secret Doctrine.

Theosophy and world
Theosophy is a nonsectarian organization based on Buddhist and Hindu teachings, and it promotes the view of the world as an interconnected whole and the unity and brotherhood of humankind " without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color ".
New Age practices and philosophies sometimes draw inspiration from major world religions: Buddhism, Taoism, Chinese folk religion, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam ( especially Sufism ), Judaism ( especially Kabbalah ), Sikhism ; with strong influences from East Asian religions, Gnosticism, Neopaganism, New Thought, Spiritualism, Theosophy, Universalism and Western esotericism.
From 1900 on, he began lecturing about concrete details of the spiritual world ( s ), culminating in the publication in 1904 of the first of several systematic presentations, his Theosophy: An Introduction to the Spiritual Processes in Human Life and in the Cosmos, followed by How to Know Higher Worlds ( 1904 / 5 ), Cosmic Memory ( a collection of articles written between 1904 and 1908 ), and An Outline of Esoteric Science ( 1910 ).
Levi's idea of the astral was to have much influence in the English-speaking world through the teachings of The Golden Dawn, but it was also taken up by Helena Blavatsky and discussed in the key work of Theosophy, The Secret Doctrine.
* Criticism of the modern world and of " neospiritualism ": East and West, The Crisis of the Modern World, Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power, Theosophy: History of a Pseudo-Religion, The Spiritist Fallacy and The Reign of Quantity & the Signs of the Times, the latter book being often considered as his masterpiece as an explanation of the modern world from the traditional perspective.
Thoughtform are evident in Vajrayana Buddhism, Bönpo traditions, indigenous cultural traditions throughout the world such as Cherokee of North America and Indigenous Australians ( who understand the waking, created world to be a thoughtform subset of The Dreaming ), shamanic traditions, echoes are evident in ghosts or supernatural agency, folk religion, esoteric philosophies such as Theosophy and what is construed as the New Age.
The Aetherius Society is a UFO religion founded by George King in 1954 ( or 1955 ), combining UFO claims, yoga, and ideas from various world religions, notably Buddhism, Christianity, and Theosophy.

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