On the TS natal chart
Feb 18, 2006 08:48 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
This is the question indeed. See below.
There are always several dates for the "initial impulse".
There may be a date unknown to everyone which is the date oif the
foundation from the occult viewpoint, and that can give the energy of the
inner impulse, which emerges cyclically once and again in renewwing moments
as the ones we approach by now.
It is easier to make a chart than to know the right time and place for that.
What about, for instance, the chart Blavatsky Lodge in London?
HPB in London "repounded" her work. That could be taken into account.
Etc. And so on.
So to look at one single chart, be it 7 Sept, 8 Sept, 17th November, or some
other important date/time, and get to definite conclusions about the
movement might be extremely naive.
The TS is also linked to the bulk of human karma and responds basically to
Besides, the movement is different from any TS, and charts can be easily
made about organizations, but not so easily about open and wide movements,
where every individual counts.
ro>From: Vladimir <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: adelasie <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Theos-World TS natal chart and its implications
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2006 13:19:46 +0300
Saturday, February 18, 2006, 5:46:41 AM, adelasie wrote:
> Does Cranston give a time for the September date?
No. Actually the date might be considered even Sep.7, because then
...Madame Blavatsky's sprightly evening chatter and her reported
magical feats continued to draw groups of intelligent people to her
rooms. Among those thus attracted was Mr. George H. Felt, who had made
some careful studies in phases of Egyptology. He was asked to lecture
on these subjects and on the 7th of September, 1875, a score of people
had gathered in H.P.B.'s parlors to hear his address on "The Lost
Canon of Proportion of the Egyptians." Dr. Seth Pancoast, a most
erudite Kabbalist was present, and after the lecture he led the
discussion to the subject of the occult powers of the ancient
magicians. Mr. Felt said he had proven those powers and had with them
evoked elemental creatures and "hundreds of shadowy forms." As the
tense debate proceeded, acting on an impulse, Col. Olcott wrote on a
scrap of paper, which he passed over to Madame Blavatsky through the
hands of Mr. W. Q. Judge, the following: "Would it not be a good thing
to form a Society for this kind of study?" She read it and indicated
But the Meeting Minutes containing the proposal is dated Sep.8,1975 --
a hand-written page is reproduced in the book.
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