1921. Madame Blavatsky, founder of Theosophy, discusses the differences between the teachings of Occultists and Theosophists and those of the Substantialists. At the same time, she indicates the agreement of these groups in the matter of magnetism. Magnetism is substantial, the action of a real fluid substance.
Containing the Fundamental Principles of the Substantial Philosophy, with a Review of the Six Great Modern Scientists, Darwin, Tyndall, Huxley, Haeckel, Helmholtz, and Mayer, Upon Evolution, Spontaneous Generation, the Nature of Force, &c., &c
At the age of 17, rejecting nineteenth-century materialism, Helena Blavatsky (1831-1891) left her native Russia and traveled through India, Tibet, Egypt, Europe, and the Americas seeking out the sources of ancient wisdom as a key to spiritual truth. In 1875 in New York, she co-founded the Theosophical Society for the study of occult traditions. Many popular ideas of rediscovered ancient wisdom, including reincarnation and karma, trace their origin to Helena Blavatsky and Theosophy. This anthology includes material on her life and travels, as well as excerpts from her major works.
As Alchemy has become Chemistry, so Magnetism and Homeopathy will ultimately become the le-gitimate branches of Orthodox Medicine.
Author: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
Publisher: Philaletheians UK
Science has made wonderful discoveries on the objective side of all the physical phenomena. Where it is really wrong is, when it perceives in matter alone — i.e., in that matter which is known to it — the alpha and the omega of all phenomena. Our quarrel with the Materialists is not so much for their soulless Forces, as for their denying the existence of any “Force-bearer,” the Noumenon of Light, Electricity, etc. With biographical and bibliographical notes on Alexander Nikolayevich Aksakov by Boris de Zirkoff