Helena Blavastksy: Friend or Fraud
One of the most enigmatic figures of the late 19th and 20th century was that of a Russian noble, Madame Helena Blavatsky. A controversial campaigner, some considered her to be a fraud whilst others hung on her every word. Her life was complicated to say the least.
Blavatsky’s childhood was an unusual one. From an early age she claimed to be able to connect with spirits and told stories of how table legs and armchairs communicated with her. From the age of four she would talk prophecies whilst sleeping and exhibited morbid tendencies. Even her own mother was concerned and bemused by her daughter´s powerful gift.
The child perhaps didn´t help others understand her complicated nature with talks of Russalkas, green-haired nymphs that lived in the forest and under willows by the banks of the river, spirits she claimed communicated with her. One account tells of Helena´s brush with a serf-boy when she was just four years old. The boy, ten years her senior, had mocked her one day and stirred the child into such a frenzy she screamed at him and threatened to have the Russalkas tickle him to death. The boy disappeared for several weeks before fisherman found his bloated body in the river. Helena said the boy had accidently stepped into a whirl-pool, but rumours among the village said Helena had delivered him to the spirits.
In 1875, HPB founded the Theosophical Society which advanced the philosophy of spiritual practice and introduced new ideas to western civilisation that had been abandoned centuries earlier and subsequently forgotten. In her most famous book, “The Secret Doctrine,” H. P. Blavatsky boldly states: “the existence of a great Fraternity of Men, Adepts, who preserve the true philosophy through all changes, now revealing it, and again, at certain eras, withdrawing it from a degraded age;”
What HPB is referring to here is the spiritual practice of the ancient Egyptians known as esoteric wisdom which was discovered by the Knights Templar after they excavated King Solomn´s Temple during the crusades and subsequently introduced it to the noblemen of Europe. When the teachings were crushed by the Philip V of France, most likely backed by the Catholic Church, the teachings of esoteric wisdom were forced underground into secret societies.
You will most probably have read about some of these societies such as the Illuminati and the Rosicrucian’s in Dan Brown´s novels, and you may also be familiar with the Skull & Bones society of Yale University that George W. Bush is said to be a member of. You may also be familiar with the influence the Thule Society had on Hitler which encouraged him to instigate World War II. In essence, these secret societies, the “Great Fraternity of Men,” rule the World and engineer anything they want.
Much of the talk around 2012 refers to the coming of a new age of enlightenment, in which humans will become more spiritually aware. This idea is what Blavatsky referred to as “The Dawn of the New Cycle.”
You may have heard on the grapevine about the New World Order (NWO). It´s all over the internet. Essentially, the NWO will mean the World is governed by one government – namely the “Great Fraternity of Men,” mentioned above. On September 11th 1990, (note the date), George Bush Senior gave a speech to Congress which stated:
“We have before us the opportunity to forge for ourselves and for future generations a New World Order…. When we are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance of this New World Order, an order where a credible United Nations can use its peace keeping role to fulfil the vision of the UN´s founders.”
The NWO will also calls for a new world religion, and as a step towards this in the year 2000 a charter was signed in San Francisco that established the URI – United Religions Initiative. Their website will tell you that the organisation is “an internationally recognised interfaith network active in 78 countries” and that is “has touched the lives of millions of people.”
Parts of their claims may be true, but is it internationally recognised to everybody or just the poor people they are pretending to help? Have you ever heard about it? I suspect not as the United Religious Initiative has never been reported in any mainstream media despite its cause and affiliations with the United Nations and UNESCO.
So was Blavatsky really a prophet who predicted the world´s elite had plans to unite the planet spiritually and politically, or was she a fraud and was already in on the secret doctrine before the turn of the 20th century.
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