Re: Theos-World Theosophy and Science
Feb 04, 2002 03:35 PM
by Mic Forster
I completely agree with conjev. Some things that HPB says science did not agree with in her day science certainly does agree with these days - especially in the areas of quantum physics and the nature of the atom. Though one area which I think is very important, and as yet has hardly (as far as I know) been addressed by science or theosophy, is that of synchronicity. This phenomena is so widespread and obvious that it can be seen everyday. Yet when I bring it up with my fellow scientist they merely scoff at the concept. Clearly there is still a lot of learning to be done by all sides - science and theosophy.
cronjev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Theosophy was a relatively recent discovery for me, and I have found
all written matter I have come across up till now very informative.
I do find however that most of the discussion revolves around the
concepts of the Universe as it viewed and documented a hundred years
>From what I understood of the definition of Theosophy, is that it
should try to explain everything, reconciling science with religion
How much new ideas and concepts have been developed in recent years,
and where can you read about it?
A zealous newbie ...
(I have put down the Universe as I understand it in a badly written
form www.geocities.com/cronjev - I need more information.)
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