I read that Burgoyne was convinced that he had made psychic contact with the astrological planet now known as Pluto before it was actually discovered, and that it absolutely terrified him.Uranus(9th), Pluto and Rahu(10th)share top billing in my Libra sun chart. Manure happens.
No I do not; I find much more with which I agree in your tropical ages hypothesis.Do you agree with his constellational hypothesis? (I tried to look it up but couldn't find it.)
When it comes to the sidereal Ages, seems like anything is possible, but some ideas are more plausible than others.
Yes, Burgoyne was very much of a practicing occultist; like most members of the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor he also used psychedelics (primarily hashish) within a ritualistic/ceremonial setting. Use of psychedelics and the practice of a form of tantra differentiated HBL from the near-contemporary Golden Dawn.I read that Burgoyne was convinced that he had made psychic contact with the astrological planet now known as Pluto before it was actually discovered, and that it absolutely terrified him.
That was the Neptune in Cancer era. Very occult.Yes, the Aquarian age concept was initially broached in the late 19th century by a friend of poet W. B. Yeats, who as both a leading GD member and poet-laureate of England, originally popularized the idea in the very early 20th century.
I think of that as "the first light of dawn" regarding the Aquarian Age. Still such a long way to go.It’s important to understand that whatever Theosophy says about “The New Cycle” and “The Dawning of The New Cycle” applies to the New Age of Aquarius, just as it also applies to the second su…blavatskytheosophy.com
Blavatsky and others of the turn of the last century believed that the change began in in the late 1800’s.
When Tesla and electricity were in their “new” infancy.