On Blogger (aka, not by me)
This is not exactly a new blog. It’s just that I only became aware of it recently (thank you Michael Gomes). It’s called ‘Blavatsky News’,
but the subjects are far wider. It contains a lot of book reviews and (surprise) the authors seem to know what they are talking about.
- Blavatsky News. They announce, among other things, that Reed Carson, the founder of Blavatsky.net has passed.
New theosophical blog by me: Modern Theosophy.
On this blog I share my posts about the future of the Theosophical Society, the issues it faces today and other such things. These are mostly posts I will also share elsewhere online. Where the main discussion is taking place elsewhere, I will link there. I just want to keep track of my own contribution to these things in one spot. Written new for this blog:
- Topics theosophists should address
- How about Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater?
- How about Blavatsky and Krishnamurti?
- A partisan blog
- Why I started this blog
Note that while I WILL keep you all updated on new blogposts there in my spiritual newsletter Lucifer7,
I will NOT be posting new blogposts about it on my All Considering blog. For those of you who are subscribed only to All Considering, if
you want to stay informed about my specifically theosophical posts, do subscribe to this blog or my complete newsletter as well.
On Katinka Hesselink Net:
- MAN: Fragments of a Forgotten History, by: “Two Chelas” in the Theosophical Society [Mohini Chatterji & Laura C.Holloway]
On All Considering
- The freedom of the experience of our lives
- How hard is it to discuss free will?
- Free will, culture and responsibility
- Uplifting science news: universe and environment
- The Miracles Of Exodus explained
- Anti Christian Quotes
- Anti Religious Quotes and Sayings
- Steve Hagen: Zen Buddhism
- Existential Psychotherapy, Irvin D. Yalom
- Alphatudes – the alphabet of gratitude
- Christian planners and Organizers 2010
- Eco friendly 2010 planners
The rest of my spiritual newsletter Lucifer7 contains:
Katinka Hesselink Net statistics
The World Hungers For Light, Jiddu Krishnamurti
Ten Rules of Right