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This site is dedicated to Researches Relevant to Theosophy. 

Most lecturers, writers and students of theosophy are engaged in various forms of research to support their viewpoints or hypotheses. At the same time, there is a staggering quantity of research coming out every week from all over the world in the different disciplines that are relevant to theosophy that theosophists are unaware of. This publication is intended to help them be more informed about significant findings of scientists, doctors, scholars and researchers in the various disciplines.

The importance of being kept abreast with scientific development was underscored by the Mahatmas in their letters. Mahatma Koot Hoomi wrote in 1882 to A. O. Hume that “Modern science is our best ally” (Mahatma Letters to A. P. Sinnett, Letter 65, chronological edition). The Maha Chohan similarly stated that “it is absolutely necessary to inculcate it [their doctrine] gradually enforcing its theories, unimpeachable facts for those who know, with direct inferences deducted from and corroborated by the evidence furnished by modern exact science” (Appendix II, chronological edition).

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New Giant Viruses Further Blur the Definition of Life

Biology Date: March, 2018 Source: Quanta Magazine Defining the boundary between living and non-living organism is a difficult matter in science. Conventionally, viruses are regarded as the boundary between the two because although, they have nucleic acids (DNA or RNA), they are very simple and unable to survive outside a host (infected cell). However, scientists …

Gallup Poll Surveys Which Countries Are Perceived as Greatest Threat to World Peace

Social Sciences Date: Jan, 2014 Source: Huffington Post In 2013, Gallup Poll and Worldwide Independent Network made a survey of 66,000 people around the world and ask them questions such as their preferred home and the greatest threat to world peace. Twenty four percent identified the United States as the greatest threat, followed by Pakistan …

Sprawling Maya network discovered under Guatemala jungle

Archeology History Date: Feb, 2018 Source: BBC Archaeologists have discovered a large network of Mayan structures in the jungles of Guatemala that would alter our understanding of Mayan civilization. Using a laser technology called Lidar (light detecting and ranging), the researchers were able to see 60,000 ruins beneath the forest canopy.   “I think this …