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The Akashic Records and the Theosophical Movement

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During the late nineteenth century, a Russian immigrant named Helena Blavatsky came to the United States and soon found herself at the center of a new spiritual movement known as Theosophy. Drawing upon occult philosophies from Europe, Asian thought processes, and Western mystery traditions, the Theosophists believed that a secret cabal of spiritual Masters, centralized in Tibet, would some day bring back all of the great occult knowledge that the world had lost over time.

Blavatsky, who died in 1891, was a strong proponent of the Akashic records, which she referred to as tablets of astral light. Blavatsky's contemporary and fellow Theosophist, Alfred Percy Sinnett, later coined the term Akashic records, which is still used today.best akashic records reader

In the early twentieth century, Austrian philosopher Rudolf Josef Steiner, also a Theosophist, took the concept of the Akashic records a step further. He founded a movement known as anthroposophy, which was heavily influenced by Blavatsky and the Theosophist teachings. Steiner maintained that his clairvoyant ability allowed him to access that Akashic records, thus giving him a storehouse of universal cosmic wisdom.akashic records reader Canada

Steiner claimed to have, among other things, insight as to the life of Jesus Christ that are not recorded in the Bible, and referred to this information as the Fifth Gospel. Among other events, he said he had accessed an Akashic account of Jesus' life among the Essenes and an important conversation between Jesus and Mary.https://michellepang.ca

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