PRACTICAL Theosophy is not one Science, but embraces every science in life, moral and physical.
It is clear that modern science “believes not in the ‘soul of things,” H. P. Blavatsky wrote. Yet, Science will be driven out of their materialist positions.
“Not by spiritual, theosophical, or any other physical or even mental phenomena, but simply by the enormous gaps and chasms that open daily — and will still be opening before them.”
“One discovery follows the other,” she noted, “until they are finally knocked off their feet by the ninth wave of simple common sense.
“If science is too ahead of its time, it must bide its time until the minds of men are ripe for its reception. Every science, every creed has had its martyrs.”
“Three decades ago, few scientists were courageous enough to break ranks and question their own belief system,” Deepak Chopra writes. “Even calling science a belief system sounded outrageous – religion is a matter of belief, science a matter of facts.”
“Many scientists are unaware that materialism is an assumption,” writes controversial biologist Rupert Sheldrake — one of the world’s most innovative biologists and writers, who is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance —”they simply think of it as science, or the scientific view of reality, or the scientific worldview.
“They are not actually taught about it, or given a chance to discuss it. They absorb it by a kind of intellectual osmosis.”