The Secret Doctrine, volume two

The Secret Doctrine, volume two by Elena Petrovna Blavatsky

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The Secret Doctrine, the Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy, a book originally published as two volumes in 1888, is Helena Blavatsky`s magnum opus. The first volume is named Cosmogenesis, the second Anthropogenesis. It was an influential example of the revival of interest in esoteric and occult ideas in the modern age, in particular because of its claim to reconcile ancient eastern wisdom with modern science. Blavatsky claimed that its contents had been revealed to her by `mahatmas` who had retained knowledge of mankind`s spiritual history, knowledge that it was now possible, in part, to reveal. ________________________________________ Volume two The second half of the book describes the origins of humanity through an account of "Root Races" dating back millions of years. The first root race was, according to her, "ethereal"; the second root had more physical bodies and lived in Hyperborea. The third root race, the first to be truly human, existed on the lost continent of Lemuria and the fourth root race developed in Atlantis. According to Blavatsky, the fifth root race is approximately one million years old. It overlapped the fourth root race and the very first beginnings of the fifth root race were approximately in the middle of the fourth root race.

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Helena Petrovna Blavatskaya (English: Helena Blavatsky, nee Hahn, German von Hahn; July 31 (August 12) 1831, Ekaterinoslav, Russian Empire - April 26 (May 8) 1891, London) - theosophist, writer and traveler. Some authoritative sources (mainly Western, encyclopedias) claim that H.P.

Blavatskaya was an occultist and spiritualist, others (some Russian philosophical dictionaries, encyclopedias, textbooks) - a Russian philosopher and religious scholar. From 1848 to 1875 she traveled almost three times around the world. In 1875, in New York, together with Colonel GS Olcott, she founded the Theosophical Society, one of the main goals of which was "to form the nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood without distinction of race, color, sex, caste and creed." This short description is taken from Wikipedia, there is also a lot of CHECKED and PROVEN information about the life and work of H.P.

Blavatsky. A detailed biography of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky can be found in the book by Sylvia Cranston " H.P.

Blavatsky.

Life and work of the founder of the modern Theosophical movement ". [hr] Main activity.

• Founded the Theosophical movement, which at her suggestion is called Theosophy. • She was the first to open Eastern religious teachings to the West, including the concepts of karma and reincarnation (reincarnation). • She demonstrated for the first time that all major religions are descended from one original religious philosophy. • Showed that the ancient teaching is not yet lost. • Published the open part of this ancient teaching. • She possessed psychic abilities that were inexplicable from a scientific point of view. • Logically substantiated the importance of morality and brotherhood. • Demanded that the Theosophical movement was based on a worldwide brotherhood without division into race, caste, belief, gender or skin color. [hr] Printed works.

• 1877.

Isis Unveiled - over 1300 pages. Sold out on the first day. • 1879.

"Theosophist" - Monthly magazine published in India. • 1887.

"Lucifer" - a monthly magazine (literally translated as "Light Bearer") founded in London. • 1888.

"The Secret Doctrine" - main work - more than 1500 pages. • 1889.

"Conversations with Blavatsky" - a shorthand record of Blavatsky`s answers to her disciples. • 1889.

The Voice of the Silence is an inspiring book for followers. • 1889.

The Key to Theosophy is an introductory book. • 1892.

"Theosophical Dictionary" - posthumous edition, not completely edited by Blavatsky. • Numerous articles, memos and personal letters written throughout life. But most of all, Her books speak about the Author ...

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Helena Petrovna Blavatskaya (English: Helena Blavatsky, nee Hahn, German von Hahn; July 31 (August 12) 1831, Ekaterinoslav, Russian Empire - April 26 (May 8) 1891, London) - theosophist, writer and traveler. Some authoritative sources (mainly Western, encyclopedias) claim that H.P. Blavatskaya was an occultist and spiritualist, others (some Russian philosophical dictionaries, encyclopedias, textbooks) - a Russian philosopher and religious scholar. From 1848 to 1875 she traveled almost three times around the world. In 1875, in New York, together with Colonel GS Olcott, she founded the Theosophical Society, one of the main goals of which was "to form the nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood without distinction of race, color, sex, caste and creed." This short description is taken from Wikipedia, there is also a lot of CHECKED and PROVEN information about the life and work of H.P. Blavatsky. A detailed biography of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky can be found in the book by Sylvia Cranston " H.P. Blavatsky. Life and work of the founder of the modern Theosophical movement ". [hr] Main activity. • Founded the Theosophical movement, which at her suggestion is called Theosophy. • She was the first to open Eastern religious teachings to the West, including the concepts of karma and reincarnation (reincarnation). • She demonstrated for the first time that all major religions are descended from one original religious philosophy. • Showed that the ancient teaching is not yet lost. • Published the open part of this ancient teaching. • She possessed psychic abilities that were inexplicable from a scientific point of view. • Logically substantiated the importance of morality and brotherhood. • Demanded that the Theosophical movement was based on a worldwide brotherhood without division into race, caste, belief, gender or skin color. [hr] Printed works. • 1877. Isis Unveiled - over 1300 pages. Sold out on the first day. • 1879. "Theosophist" - Monthly magazine published in India. • 1887. "Lucifer" - a monthly magazine (literally translated as "Light Bearer") founded in London. • 1888. "The Secret Doctrine" - main work - more than 1500 pages. • 1889. "Conversations with Blavatsky" - a shorthand record of Blavatsky`s answers to her disciples. • 1889. The Voice of the Silence is an inspiring book for followers. • 1889. The Key to Theosophy is an introductory book. • 1892. "Theosophical Dictionary" - posthumous edition, not completely edited by Blavatsky. • Numerous articles, memos and personal letters written throughout life. But most of all, Her books speak about the Author ...