Theosophical Society Emblem

The emblem of the Theosophical Society, a Western mystical order founded in 1875 by mystic Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. The Society’s logo is composed of an Ankh, a hexagram, an ouroboros, a swastika, and the Omkar symbol. Blavatksy’s intent was to create a symbol embodying universal spiritual symbols, emphasizing the common esoteric doctrines in every faith.

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Noel E. Gutierrez June 2, 2013 at 11:13 pm

I have known some INITIATES of The MARTINIST ORDER and the ROSE+CROSS ORDER and the Symbols are very much similar to those used in other fraternities like the Hermeticians and the Theosophists. They all convey an esoteric knowledge that only the right persons will be able to read between the lines. Frater Gary Stewart once said that one has to live the Symbols. one has to be Symbolic in order to understand this new Language. I think that the secret societies are closely related to contemporary Religion.

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