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The logo and slogan for philosophy, combining many ancient religious symbols in order to emphasize its intention to reveal a universal wisdom.

“Space and distance do not exist for thought” (H.P. Blavatsky).

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831–1891), founder of the controversial spiritual movement known as Theosophy , published her first book Isis Unveiled in 1877, two years after founding the Theosophical Society, along with Henry Steel Olcott and William Quan Judge. The book was originally titled The Veil of Isis prior to its publication, but it was discovered that another book by this name already existed and had to be changed to its current title at the last minute. The intention of the book was to introduce the world to what Blavatsky claimed was a once-universal wisdom religion that had been lost until her work, and she used the symbol of Isis for this wisdom religion. She would explicitly articulate the contents of this wisdom religion in her later book, The Secret Doctrine, claiming that all religions originated from it but only contained a piece of the more fundamental and universal truth to which she had become privy. …


Monad Mantis

Experienced psychology writer and practitioner of psi abilities. Looking forward to contributing to a worldwide awakening to the reality of psi phenomena.

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