The Aquarian for April opens with a couple of texts written at the same time in Russia and the United States.
From Moscow, Russian theosophist Olga A. Fedorova writes on the same topic examined by North-American theosophist Steven H. Levy, who lives in Philadelphia.
The common title is:
“Brotherhood Between East and West”.
Indeed, this is not the time to indulge in hate, war, violence, or verbal falsehoods. The April edition closes with these words said by Winston Churchill in 1939, and quoted by John F. Kennedy in 1960:
“We shall not escape our dangers by recoiling from them.”
History tells us that in previous centuries two notorious leaders of the West – Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler, the Nazi – made disastrous attempts to defeat Russia militarily. Should Mr. Biden follow their steps “as long as it takes”, and persevere in his own attempt, the third one, which is now taking place during a time of nuclear proliferation?
On page five we have “Three Proverbs From the Jewish Bible”.
On page six, “Georg Hegel Makes a Warning to Students”.
Other topics include:
* On How Quick the Results Are, As We Study Theosophy.
* U.F.O. Crews and Theosophy.
* Texts and Books on Raja Yoga.
* Thoughts Along the Road: Past, Present and Future Are But Aspects of Eternity.
* A Blog in ‘The Times of Israel’: Keeping a Nation Together.
* Why Do Animals Suffer?
* How Dogs Prepare Their Souls to Become Human, and
* The Spiritual Life of Animals – 01 – by Helena P. Blavatsky
With 19 pages, the edition presents the List of New Items in the associated websites.
The above edition of The Aquarian was published on 7 April 2023. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
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