A MODERN PANARION - A Collection of Fugitive Fragments [NOOK Book]

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THE title A Modern Panarion has been taken from the controversial Panarion of the Church Father Epiphanius in which he attacked the various sects and heresies of the first four centuries of the Christian era. The Panarion was so called as being a “basket” of scraps and fragments. We are told that this Panarion was “a kind of medicine chest, in which he had collected...
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A MODERN PANARION - A Collection of Fugitive Fragments

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Overview

PREFACE

THE title A Modern Panarion has been taken from the controversial Panarion of the Church Father Epiphanius in which he attacked the various sects and heresies of the first four centuries of the Christian era. The Panarion was so called as being a “basket” of scraps and fragments. We are told that this Panarion was “a kind of medicine chest, in which he had collected means of healing against the poisonous bite of the heretical serpent.”

A Modern Panarion is of a like nature with the intent of the Christian Father; only in the nineteenth century, heresy has in many instances become orthodoxy, and orthodoxy heresy, and the Panarion of H. P. Blavatsky is intended as a means of healing against the errors of ecclesiasticism, dogma and bigotry, and the blind negation of materialism and pseudo-science.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Eddy Manifestations
Dr. Beard Criticized
The Lack of Unity among Spiritualists
The Holmes Controversy
The Holmes Controversy (continued)
Notice to Mediums
A Rebuke
Occultism or Magic
Spiritualistic Tricksters
The Search After Occultism
The Science of Magic
An Unsolved Mystery
Spiritualism in Russia
Spiritualism and Spiritualist
What is Occultism?
A Warning to Mediums
(New) York against Lankester
Huxley and Slade
Can the Double Murder
Fakirs and Tables
A Protest
The Fate of the Occultist
Buddhism in America
Russian Atrocities
Washing the Disciples’ Feet
Trickery or Magic?
The Jews in Russia
H. P. Blavatsky’s Masonic Patent
Views of the Theosophists
A Society Without a Dogma
Elementaries
Kabalistic Views of ‘‘Spirits”
The Knout. As Wielded by the Great Russian Theosophist
Indian Metaphysics
“H. M.’’ and the Todas
The Todas
The Ahkoond of Swat.
The Ærya Samàj
Parting Words
‘Not a Christian”!
The Retort Courteous
‘‘Scrutator Again’’
Magic
A Republican Citizen
The Theosophists and their Opponents
Echoes from India.
Missionaries Militant
The History of a “Book”
A French View of Women’s Rights
Occult Phenomena
Hindu Widow-Marriage
“Oppressed Widowhood” in America
‘‘Esoteric Buddhism’’ and its Critic
Mr. A. Lillie’s Delusions
What is Theosophy?
What are the Theosophists?
Antiquity of the Veda
Persian Zoroastrianism and Russian Vandalism
Cross and Fire
War in Olympus
A Land of Mystery
Which First—the Egg or the Bird?
The Pralaya of Modern Science
The Yoga Philosophy
A Year of Theosophy
“A Word with Our Friends”
Questions Answered about Yoga Vidyâ
The Missing Link
Hypnotism
The Leaven of Theosophy
Count St. Germain
Lamas and Druses
A Reply to Our Critics. Our Final Answer to Several Objections
‘‘The Claims of Occultism’’
A Note on Eliphas Levi
The Six-Pointed and Five-Pointed Stars
The Grand Inquisitor
The Bright Spot of Light
“Is it Idle to Argue Further?”
Fragments of Occult Truth
Notes on Some Aryan-Arhat Esoteric Tenets
The Thoughts of the Dead
Dreamland and Somnambulism
Are Dreams but Idle Visions?
Spiritualism and Occult Truth
Reincarnation in Tibet
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015899948
  • Publisher: OGB
  • Publication date: 10/31/2012
  • Series: A Modern Pararion , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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