Theosophy Chakras 1696 Giclee Print - "The gnosis of the sensible is already enjoyment . . . Enjoyment reaches a world that has neither secrecy nor veritable foreignness. The primordial positivity of enjoyment, perfectly innocent, is opposed to nothing an in this sense suffices to itself from the first." - Levinas
Johann Georg Gichtel: Of the three principles and worlds in man, 1736
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.