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The Number Four In The Theosophical Seal

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theosophy,
  • Religion / Theosophy,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - World Religions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8505024M
    ISBN 10142535582X
    ISBN 109781425355821


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The Number Four In The Theosophical Seal by Arthur M. Coon Download PDF EPUB FB2

IV The Square and The Number Four 29 V The Cross 37 BOOK 2: THE TAU VI The Philosophic Cross 52 analysis of the Theosophical Seal is highly recommended to the many readers who will To those students who wish to probe more deeply into the symbolism of the Seal, this book will furnish a valuable guide.

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The Theosophical Society in America is a section of the worldwide Theosophical Society, founded in New York inwith its international headquarters at Adyar, Chennai (Madras), India.

The American Section has its national center in Wheaton, Illinois, on a beautiful forty-acre estate called Olcott in honor of the Society’s co-founder and first president, Colonel Henry Steel Olcott.

The official website of the Canadian Thesophical Association. Information regarding the association's identity and purpose, history, and membership, can be found here. Also, a number of online Theosophical (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, mysticism.

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The emblem or seal of the Theosophical Society is composed of a number of symbols, all of them having been used from ancient times to express profound Spiritual and Philosophical concepts about humanity and the.

This number of divisions or chambers, with the whole figure, also gives the number of the thirty-three crores of gods or forces of nature in the ancient Hindu Pantheon. No less ancient and interesting than the triangles is the Egyptian cross placed in the very centre of the seal within the six-sided chamber made by the interlaced triangles.

The Seal of the Theosophical Society. In the seal of the Theosophical Society fundamental esoteric doctrines are represented. There is a circle which is formed by a serpent holding its own tail in its mouth. At the top of the serpentine circle one sees, within a small circle, a svāstika (swastika).

The number seven was considered sacred not only by all the cultured nations of antiquity and the East, but was held in the greatest reverence even by the later nations of the West. The astronomical origin of this number is established beyond any doubt. Man, feeling himself time out of mind dependent upon the heavenly powers, ever and everywhere made earth subject to heaven.

The seal of The Theosophical Society was adapted from H. Blavatsky’s personal seal, used by her before the Society was founded in The symbols it contains are so ancient that nobody knows when they were fi rst used to The Number Four In The Theosophical Seal book universal ideas.

They far. An Introduction to the "Body of Knowledge" Known as Theosophy and the Worldwide Theosophical Movement [an online book compiled from the U.L.T.'s Theosophy Magazine] [2 more comprehensive lists of articles from Theosophy The Number Four In The Theosophical Seal book can be found at Link 1 and Link 2.].

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I Am Confident, Brave. The Theosophical The Number Four In The Theosophical Seal book is an organization formed in the United States in by Helena Blavatsky to advance original organization, after splits and realignments, currently has several successors.

Following the death of Blavatsky, competition within the Society between factions emerged, particularly among founding members and the organisation split between the Theosophical. the theosophical seal. The theosophical seal is as follows: The current seal given (seems to have been changed today) is Blavatsky's seal, on which (probably) the TS-seal was based.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.

Early history of the Theosophical Seal Katinka HesselinkWe are all familiar with the Theosophical Seal. Publications by the Theosophical Society Adyar and the ULT (United Lodges) usually have one somewhere.

The TUP (Theosophical University Press, Theosophical Society Pasadena) has a temple and Quest Books (Theosophical Society in America) have a Q. The Theosophical Seal, seen on the masthead of this website and imprinted on many Theosophical texts, is composed of a number of symbols, all of which have been used from very ancient times to express profound spiritual and philosophical concepts about human beings and the universe.

They are found in a variety of forms in the great religions of. 4 - four - quaternary. Esoteric philosophy explains that four is the symbol of the Universe in its potential state, or chaotic matter, and that it requires Spirit to permeate it actively (Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Vol.

2, p. ) 5 - five. To members of the Theosophical Society, as well as to countless non-members, the Theosophical Seal with its motto, "There is no Religion Higher than Truth", is everywhere evidence of the Society's existence. It is a distinguishing badge, representative of the character of the Theosophical Society.

The seal or emblem of the Theosophical Society consists of several elements that represent a unity of meaning.

It combines symbols drawn from various religious traditions around the world to express the order of the universe and the spiritual unity of all life. THE THEOSOPHICAL PATH number One the original Spirit, and the number Two the primordial Matter. One and Two make Three, their Son, and Three is the high­ est form of Spirit after the Absolute.

The matter corresponding to this Spirit is represented by the number Four. Three and Four make Seven, and Seven stands for another grade of Spirit.

The emblem of The Theosophical Society is complex in structure, since it is composed of a number of different symbolic images, including the Sanskrit word “om,” the Indian svastika, a serpent swallowing its tail, interlaced triangles, and the Egyptian ankh.

It is also complex in intent. Solomon’s Seal, with its magical base includes 13 stars. Researcher symbols F. Goodman in his book, “Magic Symbols” wrote: “Num of course, was of great importance, which explains the presence of the left leg Eagle thirteen arrows and thirteen processes olive branch in a different foot.

Theosophical Symbols. The Path April The first article printed in the PATH on this subject was “Theosophical Symbolism” in Vol. I, May, The symbols of the Society are contained in its seal, which may be described first. It consists of a serpent formed into a circle and biting or swallowing its tail.

THE number 7 has, ever since the Theosophical Society was founded November 17th,played a prominent part in all its affairs, and, as usual, the symbols which particularly relate or pertain to the Society are in number, seven. Senzar is indeed our first, common, and universal language, the language of archetypal symbolism—and it is both a marvel and a mystery.

The best known Theosophical example of Senzar is the Society’s seal, which can be looked at as a Senzar text. This seal consists of seven elements with a unity of meaning. Below you will find a number of books that have been collected over the Internet and hosted at our website.

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Judge: A_Modern_Revival. Theosophical Symbolism. The Path, May, The number 7 has, ever since the Theosophical Society was founded November 17th,played a prominent part in all its affairs, and, as usual, the symbols which particularly relate or pertain to the Society are in number, seven. This lecture is entitled “The Three Truths”, based on a book entitled: The Idyll of the White Lotus by Mabel Collins.

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The ancient priests who were attached to the Ark, whether of Isis, or the Hindu Argua, and who were seven in number, like the priests of the Egyptian Tat or any other cruciform symbol of the three and the four, the combination of which gives a male-female number.

The Avgha (or ark) was the four-fold female principle, and the flame burning over. The symbolic seal of the Theosophical Society even incorporates the serpent: H. P Blavatsky’s major works, The Secret Doctrine and Isis Unveiled, formed the doctrinal basis of the modern New Age movement, which refers to a coming new age in which the ancient pagan spirituality will eradicate and take the place doctrinal Christianity.

Theosophy is a religion established in the United States during the late nineteenth century. It was founded largely by the Russian émigrée Helena Blavatsky and draws its beliefs predominantly from Blavatsky's writings. Categorised by scholars of religion as both a new religious movement and as part of the occultist stream of Western esotericism, it draws upon both older European philosophies.

Theosophical Interpretations. Although the success of Einstein’s theories finally established time as the fourth dimension, this was always the less important of its two interpretations in the scientific and popular literature of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Theosophical Society Seal Root Race In theosophy, Root Race (or Epochs to subsequent authors) is a term first used in the late 19th century by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in her book The Secret Doctrine. The word designates the large time periods in her esoteric cosmology and relates also to supposed stages in human evolution.

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