As the world passes through this trying moment, I want to share a few words about Adyar and our response to the Coronavirus.
This is a copy of an aricle written by Geoffrey Hodson with regard to the Maori Tohunga in our Magazine, Theosophy in New Zealand in 1942,
Kia ora tatou te iwi. Kia ora hoki koutou i raro i te tahuhu o tenei whare, me ki te whare o Te Atua. No reira, nga mihi atu ki a koutou. Me nga mihi ano hoki ki nga mate kua hinga atu i nga marae maha. Me ki, tukuna ratou kia haere.
The videos of the presentations at the Convention held in Napier in January 2019.
I have a particular animal at home, a little grey cat. If I wished for reincarnation I would wish to be the grey cat in my house. And why? Because she has got it sussed!
And I heard these myths, (about Rangi and Papa) and I heard the traditions of my Dad telling me of the violent times 200 years ago, before the Europeans arrived.
A Guide to the Path of Hastened Unfoldment. Compiled from the Talks and Study Notes of Geoffrey Hodson.
The annual convention 2018 was held in Palmerston North.