Theosophical Society (TS) – The earth is getting better?
Is the world and earth becoming a better place to live? According to the Theosophical Society (TS) it is. They profess that human evolution has been steadily progressing over the last 18 million years and will continue to do so through innate and eternal human effort until the state of ultimate perfection and utopia is finished. Yet the fact is, this is not reality. There is absolutely no evidence of truth that the world is getting better, but only worse as the Bible clearly teaches.
Theosophical Society – The Beliefs
The Theosophical Society is nothing more than a hypothetical modern form of Hindu and Buddha philosophy of re-incarnation which states that “God and man are the two phases of the eternal life and consciousness that constitutes our universe. . .” God is considered the universe, the “impersonal It” and individual man is eternally evolving in divine attributes and power ultimately becoming the incarnate personage of God.
Theosophical Society - Objectives of the Great Brotherhood
Theosophist members claim there is a great brotherhood of teachers from Tibet who are led by one supreme teacher. Members follow their teachings and in essence worship them as their teacher of higher essence believing they have divine attributes, and astral and mental power. The Societies doctrines are complex and suggestive but their membership requirement is simple and alluring with only three objectives:
Theosophical Society - Origin of Theosophy
As innocent as they make it sound, the Theosophist’s ulterior motive is to mimic eastern religion in origin and theology, Gnostic in thought, and Christian only in key terminology.
Theosophy is imaginatively complex with unsubstantiated and improvable theory causing a never ending dependence upon followers to cling to a select group of devout TS teachers, but to the point of intellectual mind control and spiritual bondage.
Their foundational beliefs are also based upon a close similarity of a 2000-year-old heresy called Gnosticism of which TS members are great admires. It is important to remember that the third century Gnostics were false teachers and Christ’s apostle fought them continually to keep them from damaging and separating the Church. The biblical book of 1 John and Paul’s letter to the Colossians extents a crucial warning to avoid such teaching.