Theosophy and the Society in the Public Eye

A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal – Second Quarter 2019

Public Eye JS 1 a 2

I am always happy to inform readers of Theosophy Forward about what I have been doing recently.

Started a new mandala series, following the Sri Yantra Series with a symbol representing a Merkaba, this time using silver based ink pens and white crystals, each with a different and special design around the main symbol.

Read more: A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal – Second Quarter 2019

Speaking Out

David Grossman – USA 

[Editor’s note: David lives in New York and is a lifelong student of Theosophy. He is currently the treasurer of International Theosophy Conferences, lectures regularly and is a photographer by profession.] 

It is easy to feel insignificant and ineffectual in the face of the impersonal forces of the large man-made power structures of civilization which have such a sizable impact on the life of an individual. Whether these powers be governmental, economic, or religious and/or academic belief systems, it is not easy to question or challenge them even though they have a real impact on everyday life and on planet earth our home. These systems then take on a life of their own, becoming a kind of elemental force, with no accountability.

Read more: Speaking Out

Photos by Richard Dvořák

[Editor’s note: Richard, currently living in  Germany and who is a member of the TS-Adyar there, is a wel-known figure in Adyar circles. On many an occasion, especially during recent International Conventions in India, as well as the the last held World Congress in Singapore he took the “official” photos. The collection of imasges he makes available for the series on Theosophy Forwardare beautiful, intriguing, and dazzling at the same time. Richard, through the lens of his camera sees things of which we might at first not be aware, and he kindly shares his findings with us.]

Richard says: 

In 2018 I was invited by Italian artist Aischa Muller to join in an exploration of Etruscan Necropolis belonging to a settlement called Poggio Buco near Pitiglianoin the Maremma, Tuscany. She is researching matriarchal - egalitarian prehistoric societies.

Public Eye RD 1 b A.G. Muller

Aischa Muller 

 Public Eye RD 1 c

Beautiful Pitigliano inTuscany

The bell-shaped tombs with burial beds, vestibules and hallways were carved deep into tufa rock in the 7th century B.C. It is supposed that Poggio Buco’s area was the site of the rich Etruscan town of Statonia.
Unfortunately, due to general neglect of this site, most of the graves are flooded and can no longer be visited, except for the Tomb of the Queen.

Read more: Photos by Richard Dvořák

Inner Spiritual Dimensions 3 – Artwork by Kate Blalack

Another contribution from Kate Blalack from Oklahoma, USA. Your editor is very fortunate that she works for the magazine as a volunteer and does so in a very dedicated manner. Kate, a single mother, and her daughter Mina especially dressed up for this wonderful installment.

Public Eye KB 2

Mina and Kate

Read more: Inner Spiritual Dimensions 3 – Artwork by Kate Blalack

A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal

Public Eye JS 1 b

I am more than happy to inform readers of Theosophy Forward about what I have been doing recently. Finished the Sri Yantra Series for the project started in November 2018, having made 43 small original Sri Yantras Mandalas, each with an individual design around the main symbol.

I began to read the Helena Roerich’s Leaves from Morya´s Garden and I am enjoying the connection with the poetry of the text, of which I was not aware, and I am finding out more about the Agni Yoga Organization.

Check it out here my pages:

Website, click here

Facebook, click here

Read more: A note from Joma Sipe in Portugal

About my Music

Joe Hasiewicz – USA

[Editor’s note: Joe is a musician, the creator of Theosophical Search, , a superb tool for serious students, and President of the Wheaton-Olcott Lodge, based at the headquarters of the Theosophical Society in America]

 Public Eye JH 2 About my Music

The author

Musical expression, for me so far, has been primarily instrumental although there are a few compositions containing vocals. Also, often there is a visual image associated with a composition which I try and render to some degree and include in my website. When asked what kind of music I write, I am sometimes at a loss as to what to say, other than “it is hard to describe,” or that the music is “instrumental,” neither of which does much to convey a clear idea, so I will make a more concerted effort here.

Read more: About my Music

Photos by Richard Dvořák

Richard says:

I took the photos during the last night of a two week stay in the Orocopia Mountains in southern California, United States, east of the Coachella Valley. It is a sacred place in the outskirts of the Sonoran Desert, 5 miles on a dirt road west of the Highway I10, across from the Joshua Tree National park. 

Read more: Photos by Richard Dvořák

Text Size

Paypal Donate Button Image

Subscribe to our newsletter

Email address
Confirm your email address

Who's Online

We have 101 guests and no members online

TS-Adyar website banner 150




Vidya Magazine