THOSE who think Theosophy is only about abstract metaphysics, invisible worlds and mystical hierarchies, might want to think again.
The old theosophical teachings, referred to as the “Wisdom Religion,” are very much about getting down to Mother Earth.
It’s about respecting the billions of sentient, non-human entities — animals and plants that surround and support our existence — many of whom are still being used and abused.
In her 19th century re-presentation of Theosophy, H. P. Blavatsky was not abstract when it came to standing up for the planet (“help Nature and work on with her”,) and against what she saw as widespread animal abuse and cruelty.
Not a radical vegan, she nevertheless supported the health and spiritual values of a non-meat diet.