An Old Soldier, Trans Woman and Bartender Walked Into a Bar

I don’t know exactly what I did, I just went into combat mode said Richard Fierro, who was a Major in the Army but just calls himself an ‘old soldier.’ As bullets sprayed he saw the gunman move through the bar toward a door leading to a patio where dozens had fled. He raced across […]

Headed Towards The Sun

Well, I dreamed I saw the knights in armor coming… Philadelphia PA — It was National Nurses Day 2020.  Dark, dreary, cold and raining. Broad and Olney, normally bustling, looked like a ghost town. Deserted.  I had the quarantine blues in this strange new land.  Soldier up, get over yourself. We were on a mission […]

H. P. Blavatsky and The Legend of The White Dog

April 20 2020 London England — The co-founder of the Theosophical Society, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, was plagued by poor health during much of her life and at one point, in 1875, she was due to suffer amputation of a leg. The incident is mentioned in an article entitled, HPB’S LEG INJURY, which was sent to […]

Stay angry humans. But whatever you do, don’t look behind the curtain.

Beto feeds Guatemalan babies; Ted eats them. Breitbart reports Stacey Abrams is Oprah and Obama’s love child.  Sting video entitled Night of the Living Dems captures George Soros and MasterCard partnering to send millions of dollars to Haiti Voodoo Mambo Asogwes to raise Mexican zombies from the dead and send them to polling places throughout the […]

Just in Time for Veterans Day – New Homeless Vet Outreach Campaign on Digital Display at Dilworth Plaza

agency-b FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 11, 2017 Media Contact: Nancy Bragin | agency-b Southampton PA 18966 215.512-2900 mobile | UESF Veterans Program Contact: Tina Floyd Director, Operations & Development 1608 Walnut St., Suite 600 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Office: 215-814-6822 Email: @UESFassistance Intersection Contact: Neville Bharucha 215.827.8692 UESF HOMELESS VETERANS OUTREACH […]

The Mysterious Stranger In Philadelphia July 4th 1776

THE Comte de St. Germain was certainly the greatest Oriental Adept Europe has seen during the last centuries.– Helena Blavatsky, Articles Vol. II. No. 8 May 1881 ONE of the most mysterious characters in modern history is  Saint-Germain, described by his friend Prince Karl von Hesse as “one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived, the […]

We’re not in Kansas anymore Toto

The Cowardly Lion thinks he needs courage; but he is the one who acts bravely to save the company whenever they are threatened by danger. Dorothy’s companions, like Dorothy herself, have within themselves the qualities they are seeking. We each have everything we need; we lack only the intuition of Glinda the Good to tell […]

Torchbearers; The Extraordinary Women of Theosophy

March is Women in History Month. Let us toast to the Grande Dames of Theosophy, the women who shaped our world and changed the course of history. They fought for our rights, struggled to be free of discrimination and stereotypes, and refused to be locked into roles set forth by society. They raised babies, but […]