Theosophy and the Society in the Public Eye

Inner Spiritual Dimensions - Artwork by Kate Blalack


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The artist

Kate is a wonderful young woman from Oklahoma, who for some years now helps out with the publications of Theosophy Forward, both as an installer and assistant-editor. She is creative, very talented and we are fortunate that she is willing to make some of her art work available for our readers in this, and upcoming issues. 

She works with the realm of the elementals, which should be familiar to Theosophists. Each of her creations are a surrealist-interpretation of her dialogue with the astral realms. Since a very early age she has been fascinated with the outer-edges of reality; the places where dream, imagination and vision combine. While her creations might be haunting to some viewers, this is only because they force a person to confront the very deep and powerful magic of their own minds. She aims to make visual  the "unseen" (i.e. occult) in everyday life. The panels come with an explanation by Kate.

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A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal

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Joma the artist

I am more than happy to inform readers of Theosophy Forwardagain about what I have been doing recently. Still working on the “Lumine Stellarum”, which are small projects that can be seen on my website, and my personal Facebook page. Check it out here:

Website, click here 

Facebook, click here 

Am adding more items to my Theosophical Memorabilialike a second edition of “The Secret Doctrine”, 1888, Volume I – Cosmogenesis. Contrary to the other major editions of “The Secret Doctrine”, this one does not have the blueish contemporary cloth with golden gilt symbols of the TS, but is has a beautiful brown contemporary cloth, with black designs and the same gold gilt TS symbols. This completes my set of “The Secret Doctrine” First Major Editions, starting with the original W. Q. J. first 1888 edition, New York, the original 1893 “revised edition”, the original 1895 index and the original 1897 “volume III”.

Read more: A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal

Human Dimensions

David Grossman – USA 

[Professional photographer living in New York]

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David Grossman

The two-dimensional surface cast with blacks and whites, all shades of gray, primary and complimentary colors allows for a very realistic reflection of the three dimensional world. But every photographer and painter alike knows that people are not merely three dimensional.

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Photos by Richard Dvořák

In January 2013 I attended the School of the Wisdom at The Theosophical Society in Adyar, directed by Dr. Ravi Ravindra: "With Krishna in the Battle of Life - Life Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita". 

During the three weeks there I met up with many interesting Theosophists from all over the world. There was also a group from New Delhi, which I became friends with and visited the following years. Finally, one of them, my good friend Vedamrita, introduced me to some street kids she takes care of. She visits with them several times a week, usually makes them clean up a bit, and then takes them to lunch. She also tries to get them to go to school and checks on what they have learned. 

The mostly alcoholic adults of these large families need the children for income, so they make them sell flowers, balloons and other small items on the main street next to the narrow street isle they live on. In rush hour traffic, or when the traffic lights turn red, the kids go from car to car peddling their stuff.


This particular family is from a village close to Alwar in Rajasthan – according to their stories, the wells are drying up and they cannot survive as farmers – therefore they move to New Delhi to survive. 
In the three photos we can see ONE) Sumit, an exceptionally bright young boy, TWO) his joyful little brother Hanuman and THREE) his uncle with his daughter, whose names I do not recall.


I was very touched by the joy these kids radiate. Whenever I am in New Delhi, I try to visit with them.
These photos are from a visit in March 2016.

Read more: Photos by Richard Dvořák

Aquarelles by Armand Alexey Davidovich.

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The artist

  In the previous six issues of Theosophy Forward,we published a series of nice watercolors by Armand Alexey Davidovich from Russia.

Art forms often speak louder than words, so it is with pleasure that we hereby present the last series of six inspiring works by Armand. 

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Aquarelles by Armand Alexey Davidovich

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The artist

In a previous issue of Theosophy Forwardin the category THE SOCIETY, you’ll find a mini-interview with Armand, who is a Russian Theosophist. His interview wasn’t the most detailed or longest we’ve ever published over the past years, but Armand is certainly an interesting friend of ours and a very talented artist. 

For the interview click here         

Read more: Aquarelles by Armand Alexey Davidovich

Thoughts On Unity

David Grossman – USA 

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David Grossman, author and photographer

 Introduction:

David is a professional photographer who lives in the New York region. He is a life-time student of Theosophy and active as treasurer in the board of International Theosophy Conferences. (ITC) Over the past years we have used many of his at times intriguing images. In this issue of Theosophy Forwardhe elaborates on the theme of UNITY; his thoughts on this profound subject are accompanied by a number of his fine photographs. 

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