Taking Back Our Stolen History


Theosophy, literally “god-wisdom” (Greek: θεοσοφία theosophia), designates several bodies of ideas. The 6th century neo-platonist Pseudo-Dionysius seems to have been the first philosopher the term applied to. There was a group of Renaissance philosophers: Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, Robert Fludd, and, especially, Jacob Boehme; the Enlightenment theologian Emanuel Swedenborg was influenced by these. And finally, the word was revived in the nineteenth century by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky to designate her religious philosophy which holds that all religions are attempts by humanity to approach the absolute, and that each religion therefore has a portion of the truth. Together with Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge, and others, Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in 1875. This society has since split into a number of organizations, some of which no longer use the term “theosophy.” (Wikipedia)

Founder Helena Petrovna Blavatsky’s most popular work was a two-volume book she wrote titled ‘The Secret Doctrine,’ in which she woefully states…

Lucifer represents.. Life.. Thought.. Progress.. Civilization.. Liberty.. Independence.. Lucifer is the Logos.. the Serpent, the Savior.” pages 171, 225, 255 (Volume II)

It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only God.” pages 215, 216, 220, 245, 255, 533, (VI)

The Celestial Virgin which thus becomes the Mother of Gods and Devils at one and the same time; for she is the ever-loving beneficent Deity…but in antiquity and reality Lucifer or Luciferius is the name. Lucifer is divine and terrestrial Light, ‘the Holy Ghost’ and ‘Satan’ at one and the same time.” page 539

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky 32° Co-Freemason | The Secret Doctrine

Clearly, Helena Blavatsky was a devout Satan worshipper, and an enemy of the cross of Jesus Christ.  She is also one of the pioneers of today’s occult New Age Movement…

Beginning in the early to mid-Nineteenth Century, and with the incorporation of Eastern mystical concepts into the existing traditions, the Western Mystery Tradition experienced a major divergence between the esoteric Hermetic rites of the Masonic and Rosicrucian traditions, and the Theosophical schools (with the major divergence occurring during the life of Madame Blavatsky) that came to be grouped under the general rubric of New Age spirituality.

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_mystery_tradition

Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky:

Born Helen Hahn, married to the Czarist general Nikifor V. Blavatsky; her marriage lasted 3 months, and she gave birth to an illegitimate son. She was addicted to hashish, and claimed psychic powers of the occult, but she was declared a fraud in India and London. She died as a lonely, obese, and miserable sick women who was considered a fake and deserted by most of her followers.

The Doctrine of the Society:

Is a mix of Hinduism, Buddhism, Spiritualism, and Gnostic Christianity, with Masonic rituals, and a systematic criticism of Christianity, Judaism and Islam… all based in the visions and revelations that Mme. Blavatsky had by the “Mahatnas” of Tibet, and the Spiritualism she lived in the USA.

The “Mahatnas” are the “Great White Fraternity,” among them, Buddha, Krishna, and Jesus… and the theosophians try to get in contact with them by means of all kinds of occultism.  God is just “energy”; however, there are a plethora of Hindu gods, to whom you have to put altars at home.  In Theosophy, every man and woman are “God”… though they cannot make stars nor atoms!… but through many reincarnations they will realize that they are “God.”  Theosophy teaches that Jesus Christ was divine only in the same sense that you and I are divine, and eventually, we will all be divine.

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) heralded the dawn of the New Age Movement. Her writings are the foundation for many occult fraternities. After publishing monumental works such as Isis Unveiled and The Secret Doctrine, the Theosophical Society (1875) was formed to spread her teachings worldwide. She claimed to receive her revelations from Secret Chiefs, or disembodied Ascended Masters; who claimed to be aiding humanity evolve into a race of supermen. Freemasonry took notice and many soon proclaimed her an occult genius:

“The Secret Doctrine and Isis Unveiled are Madame Blavatsky’s gifts to humanity, and to those whose vision can pierce the menacing clouds of imminent disaster it is no exaggeration to affirm that these writings are the most vital literary contribution to the modern world. No more can they be compared with other books than can the light of the sun be compared with the lamp of the glowworm. The Secret Doctrine assumes the dignity of a scripture, . . .”

– Manly P. Hall 33°, The Phoenix: An Illustrated Review of Occultism and Philosophy, 1960, The Philosophical Research Society, p. 122

Blavatsky soon had a great host of admirers. The Theosophical Society had freemasons Henry Steel Olcott, George H. Felt appointed president and vice-president respectfully. Among the early members were high ranking masons Charles Sothern and Albert Pike.

In 1907 Annie Besant became president of the Theosophical Society. The beginnings of the modern New Age Movement began with search for their “own” messiah, as it were. Along with 33rd degree mason C.W. Leadbeater, Annie Besant promoted a young adept as the messiah: Jiddu Krishnamurti.

Alice Bailey and husband Foster (32° degree mason) continued to interlock the workings of Theosophy with the aims of Freemasonry. Bailey, as founder of Lucis (Lucifer) Trust, worked laboriously to fulfill the plan toward a New World Religion, which her master Djwhal Khul had said was the ultimate aim of Freemasonry. The Hierarchy had blessed both their beginnings, her master said.

Theosophy is of the Devil, as are it’s followers: Helen Keller, Emanuel Swedenborg, Helen Blavatsky, and a host of others.  When speaking of Theosophy, it must always be remembered that Helen Blavatsky was a Satan worshipper, who founded The Theosophical Society.  To no surprise, Helen Blavatsky’s book, The Secret Doctrine, is praised by witches today… http://www.coven-of-cythrawl.com/On_line_books.htm.  Theosophy and Christianity are diametrically opposed to each other.  As believers, we must stand uncompromisingly against the evil philosophies of the New Age Movement, including Theosophy, which aim to destroy freedom, by removing from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family, national patriotism, and faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.

“The three characteristics of theosophy:

  1. Divine/Human/Nature Triangle: The inspired analysis which circles through these three angles. The intradivine within; the origin, death and placement of the human relating to Divinity and Nature; Nature as alive, the external, intellectual and material. All three complex correlations synthesize via the intellect and imaginative processes of Mind.
  2. Primacy of the Mythic: The creative Imagination, an external world of symbols, glyphs, myths, synchronicities and the myriad, along with image, all as a universal reality for the interplay conjoined by creative mind.
  3. Access to Supreme Worlds: The awakening within, inherently possessing the faculty to directly connect to the Divine world(s). The existence of a special human ability to create this connection. The ability to connect and explore all levels of reality; co-penetrate the human with the divine; to bond to all reality and experience a unique inner awakening.” 1 [Ed. note: i.e. mystic-speak of the mystery school philosophy that one can become a god through one’s intellect, guided by Lucifer.]….

Consider the flowery, ambiguous, largely exoteric language with which Theosophy practitioners disguise what is in reality the process of: inviting evil spirits into one’s life, allowing oneself to be increasingly seduced and deceived by such spirits via their manipulations of the mind and conscious, and the eventual acceptance of such spirits permanently residing within guiding them (emphasis added)

“Antoine Faivre successfully created a taxonomy approach as a means to comparing various traditions. He proceeded by taking the concordance of neoplatonism, Hermeticism, Kaballah, astrology, alchemy, magic etc. and deduced six fundamental characteristics of esoteric spirituality. He discovered that the first four characteristics of esotericism are always present, while the latter two are sometimes present. Along with these six characteristics of esotericism, he identified three characteristics of theosophy.

“The six characteristics of esotericism:

  1. Correspondence: Everything in Nature is a sign. The signs of Nature can be read. The microcosm and macrocosm interplay. Synchronicity exists, and can be found as signs from Nature and may lead to the understanding of the divine.
  2. Nature is Alive: It is not just correlations between pieces of matter. It is a living entity that will, and does, surge and evolve through its expanding self, replete with dynamic flows of energy and light.
  3. Imagination and mediations: Imaginations as a power that provides access to worlds and levels of reality intermediary between the material world and the divine.
  4. Experience of Transmutation: The Gnosis and illuminations of self and mind performing a transmutation of consciousness. The birth of an awareness, a second new life becomes born.
  5. Practice of Concordance: Primordial Tradition. Studying traditions, religions etc. seeking the common one Root from which all esoteric knowledge grows.
  6. Transmission: Master-Disciple, master-Initiate, initiation into the Occult.” 3

Blavatskian Theosophy and the Theosophical Society “In 1875 Helena Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, and William Quan Judge co-founded The Theosophical Society. Blavatsky combined Eastern religious traditions with Western esoteric teachings to create a synthesis she called the Perennial Religion. She developed this in Isis Unveiled (1877) and The Secret Doctrine (1888) [Ed. note: which happened to be one of Hitler’s biggest influences], her major works and exposition of her Theosophy….

“Helena Blavatsky taught that Theosophy is neither revelation nor speculation. Blavatsky stated that Theosophy was an attempt at a gradual, faithful reintroduction of a hitherto hidden science called The Occult science in Theosophical literature. According to Blavatsky, Occult science provides a description of reality not only at a physical level  but also on a metaphysical one. Blavatsky said Occult science had been
preserved and practiced throughout history by carefully selected and trained individuals.

The Theosophical Society believes its precepts and doctrinal foundation will be verified when a Theosophist follows prescribed disciplines to develop metaphysical means of knowledge that transcend the limitations of the senses [Ed. note: i.e. allowing demonic possession and guidance to take place within their soul].”

Chronological History of Events Related to Theosophy

The Theosophical Society was Officially Formed in NYC by Helena Blavatsky and others as 'an Unsectarian Body of Seekers after Truth'

The Theosophical Society was Officially Formed in NYC by Helena Blavatsky and others as ‘an Unsectarian Body of Seekers after Truth’

On the southern edge of Madras, India’s fourth largest city, nestled between the sea and one of the city’s busiest boulevards, is a sprawling, well-wooded compound known locally as Adyar. For more than 100 years, Adyar has been the international headquarters of the Theosophical Society, a worldwide organization dedicated to the promotion of Eastern religious thought and the occult. Nowadays, Adyar is chiefly famous among Madrassis ...