Re: THEOSOPHY AS A PROCESS
Jun 23, 1996 03:51 PM
by Wycked God
Christopher Allen wrote:
> At 01:15 PM 6/23/96 -0400, Bjorn Roxendal wrote:
> >>>>>>Exactly. Another good point. Many of the core writings delve into such
> >>>>>>aspects of physical reality. Occult Chemistry is a very interesting
> one if
> >>>>>>I may say so :-)
> >I will try to get this book. Do you like it only for its "esoteric" content
> >or does it have any value from a more "scientific" view point?
> It's actually an interesting esoteric way of looking at chemistry. More
> acurately it discusses the clairvoyant findings of the various types of
> molecules and atoms. How they operate on an etheric level and how they work
> into the evolutionary process. It's interesting reading and hard to make
> sense of at times
If your interested in the Chemistry and Physics of theosophy and/or The Secret Doctrine, there's another book
you might want to take a look at. It's called The Physics of the Secret Doctrine. It discusses matter,
motion, electricity, et al from the viewpoint of a theosophist and bases it on writings of Blavatsky in the
Secret Doctrine. The writer is William Kingsland, ISBN # 1-56459-253-7.
~~~Wycked, 0+1+2+3+4=10 .
"Are you ready for my wisdom?"
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