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Esoteric Christianity

or, The lesser mysteries

by Annie Besant

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Theosophical publishing house in London and Benares .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity and other religions,
  • Theosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Annie Besant
    The Physical Object
    Pagination404 p.
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26267046M

    Esoteric Christianity. SKU GB-HIDDEN reflects not only fundamental human problems but also the dramatic psychic events that form the background of our Christian culture. This is a book that I have found rewarding in both the depth of its insight and the pleasure of its story. Andrew Welburn is also the author of The Beginnings of. The Book of Mystical Chapters The Esoteric Spiritual Doctrine of the Early Christian Monks and Ascetical Teachers of the East Introduction The early Christian monks formed an international society that flourished in all the Greek territories of the late Roman empire, as well as in SyriaFile Size: KB.

    The mystical teachings of Jesus Jesus was first of all a mystic. This can be seen from one of his pivotal remarks (often glossed over by Christian preachers): "The kingdom of God is within you." Only a true mystic could have spoken these words.   In Esoteric Christianity, Besant's aim is to restore the secret truths underlying Christian doctrine. As public interest grows in the Gnostic Gospels and the mystical side of Christianity, Besant's remarkable book, first published in , is attracting new attention.

    The main article for this category is Esoteric Christianity. Esoteric Christianity refers to the study of the occult or mystic esoteric knowledge related to the inner teachings of Christianity. The term is generally associated with the Essenes and later the Rosicrucians.   In esoteric Christianity this is the whole point: there is a path in order to achieve theosis (theo means God). So theosis is divine incarnation, and through the experience, or the unveiling of this knowledge within ourselves is the achievement of theosis little by little.


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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(24). In Esoteric Christianity, Besant's aim is to restore the secret truths underlying Christian doctrine.

As public interest grows in the Gnostic Gospels and the mystical side of Christianity, Besant's remarkable book, first published inis attracting new attention/5. In Esoteric Christianity, Besant's aim is to restore the secret truths underlying Christian doctrine.

As public interest grows in the Gnostic Gospels and the mystical side of Christianity, Besant's remarkable book, first published inis attracting new attention.5/5(3).

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Esoteric Christianity Hardcover – August 7, by Annie Besant (Author) out of 5 stars 24 ratings/5(23). An outstanding book on the subject of Esoteric Christianity by a very knowledgeable and qualified author.

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Interesting/5(24). Books Here is a short list of esoteric books, broken down into general levels of complexity. The purpose of all esoteric writing is to help you understand your own true nature, and to help you overcome your attachments and misconceptions about yourself, to understand a more universal perspective.

Introduction 1. Think and Grow Rich. Esoteric Christianity refers to the occult study and the mystic living of the esoteric knowledge related to what adherents view as the "inner teachings" of early Christianity, seen as a Mystery religion.

The term is originally associated with the Essenes and later with the Rosicrucians. The Origins and Intent of Esoteric Christianity In Theosophist Richard Smoley’s article, “ The Future of Esoteric Christianity,”  he refers to Christianity as merely another “death and resurrection myth,” an “ exo teric” teaching, underneath of which lies a secret, “ esoteric”  truth.

Esoteric Christianity 01 Introduction In A.D. Saint Clement of Alexandria wrote his book The Stromata ; in it, he writes “The mysteries of the faith are not to be divulged to all.

It is requisite to hide in a mystery the wisdom spoken, which the son of God taught.”. Prokofieff’s first book, Rudolf Steiner and the Founding of the New Mysteries, the first of more than forty books, in a sense already contains the seed of the last.

For the New Mysteries brought into the world by Rudolf Steiner are in fact the Mysteries of Esoteric Christianity. The universal truths of esoteric knowledge are expressed just as much in Christianity as in other traditions; and for many in our culture, these truths will be most clearly and comprehensibly stated in Christian terms.

In the current mood of spiritual inquiry and freedom, it may be time to open up the gates of this knowledge. First, Esoteric Christianity will reappear in the " Holy Place", in the Temple, so that all who are capable of receiving it may follow its lines of published thought; and secondly, Occult Christianity will again descend into the Adytum, dwelling behind the Veil which guards.

Esoteric Christianity and Christian Gnosticism Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

The Fourth Way Esoteric Christianity. G urdjieff was asked what was the origin of The Fourth Way, he said, "I don't know what you know about Christianity [he emphasized the word.] "It would be necessary to talk a great deal and to talk for a long time in order to make clear what you understand by this term.

But for the benefit of those who know already, I will say that, if you like, this is. Esoteric Christianity, also known as Hermetic Christianity, Mystic Christianity, and even Christian Magic is a spiritual belief that regard Christianity as a mystery religion and profess the existence and possession of certain esoteric doctrines or practices of which the many are unaware, and even to which many may be denied access, but which is only understood by a small group of adepts.

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These books can take me from 2 to 10 hours to create. I want to keep them free, but need some support to be able to do so. If you can, please make a small donation Author: Annie Besant. Esoteric Christianity operates from the false premise that only a small group of people have access to the inner workings of the Christian faith.

This is rather preposterous considering that the gospel of Christianity has and is spreading to even the remotest parts of the earth (Acts ). Esoteric Christianity is a classic religious studies essay by Annie Besant.

In proceeding to the contemplation of the mysteries of knowledge and Christian faith, we shall adhere to the celebrated and venerable rule of tradition, commencing from the origin of the universe, setting forth those points of physical : Barnes & Noble. Title: Esoteric Christianity Author: Annie Wood Besant Created Date: 1/6/ AM.

Esoteric Christianity is a beautiful path in this book the "lesser mysteries" are a balm to my soul and have helped to alleviate that disquiet voice that has so often railed against organized religion.

This book will enlighten you and amaze you and fill your spirit with its magic/5(3).Esoteric Christianity Made Simple is a thought-provoking, inspiring look at the Christian Bible, presenting ideas and context that are not what typical Christians usually hear or read.

Those who are open-minded will find this book to be entirely different from their concept of Christianity, but any reader can understand and appreciate the explanations and insights. Esoteric Christianity Made.