The Aquarian Theosophist, June 2021
The June edition of “The Aquarian” has on page one the article “Popular Illusions of a Modern Age”, whose subtitle is: “Are There Conditions Under Which Karma Does Not Exist?”
These are other topics of the journal:
* Our Heroes: The Life-Example of a Christian Buddha, in a 19th Century Text (p.04).
* W. Q. Judge, A. Besant and Imaginary Contacts With Masters – A text by Alice Leighton Cleather (p.05).
* The Butterfly Effect (p.09).
* Thoughts Along the Road – Since Time Immemorial the Forests Have Been Sanctuaries and Chapels in Almost Every Nation (p.10).
* The Relation of Colour to the Interlaced Triangles, or the Pentacle – by M. L. Brainard (p.12).
* A Mahatma, on the Karma of Certain Countries (p.16).
* The Conscious Stage of Spiritual Evolution – a fragment from a book by Yogi Ramacharaka (p.18).
* Damodar Mavalankar, On Prayer (p. 18).
* And Independent Theosophy on Facebook (p. 19).
With 19 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.
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Regarding the path to happiness, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.