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Wales is a Principality within the United Kingdom and has an eastern border with England. The land area is just over 8,000 square miles. Snowdon is the highest mountain at 3,650 feet. The coastline is almost 750 miles long. The population of Wales as at the 2001 census is 2,946,200.

 

 

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In the early part of the 1st millenium BCE a powerful and brilliant society emerged in West Central Europe around the headwaters of the River Danube - these people were the Celts. By the 5th century BC the British Isles were Celtic with the existing native population being absorbed into the new culture.

           

The Celtic language in the British Isles consisted of two distinct groups; Giodelic (Gaelic or Q-Celtic) and Brythonic (British or P-Celtic). Gaelic was spoken in Ireland, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and the Isle of Man. The rest of Britain including Wales spoke Brythonic. With the Roman Invasion in 43CE onwards, the Brythonic language survived alongside latin, and some latin words were added to the language.

           

After the Roman withdrawal in the early 5th century CE, Germanic tribes came across the North Sea to colonise Britain. These groups  (generally known as the Anglo-Saxons) spoke a language that was the precursor of the English language, and the Celts in South-Eastern Britain were absorbed into their culture. The Celtic west resisted fiercely, but Anglo-Saxon victories at Dyrham near Bath in 577CE, and Chester in 616AD, isolated the Celts of Wales from the Celts of South-West Britain and Cumbria respectively. Many Celts fled from Britain to Brittany in France.

 

From then the Brythonic language developed seperately in Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and Cumbria, and the Welsh language was born. The Celtic language in Cumbria died out in the 14th century and insufficient written records exsit to reconstruct it, but Welsh and Breton are still official working languages, and Cornish having nearly died out in the 18th century is now experiencing a revival.

 

 

Hanes yr Iaith Gymraeg

 

Yn gynnar yn y mileniwm cyntaf CC fe gododd cymdeithas nerthol a galluog yng Ngorllewin Canol Ewrop o gwmpas tarddiadau'r Afon Donaw - rhain oedd y Celtiaid. Erbyn y 5ed ganrif CC roedd ynysoedd Prydain yn Geltaidd hefo'r boblogaeth frodorol a oedd yno'n barod yn cael eu llyncu i fewn i'r diwylliant newydd.

            

Roedd yr iaith Geltaidd ym Mhrydain yn cynnwys dau grwp gwahanol; Goideleg (Gaeleg neu Q-Celteg) a Brythoneg (neu P-Celteg). Siaradwyd Gaeleg yn yr Iwerddon, yn Ucheldiroedd ac Ynysoedd yr Alban, ac yn Ynys Manaw. Roedd gweddill Prydain (gan gynnwys Cymru) yn siarad Brythoneg. Ar ôl i'r Rhufeiniaid lanio'n 43 OC, fe barhaodd yr iaith Frythonaidd ochr yn ochr â Lladin, ac fe gafodd rhai geiriau Lladin eu ychwanegu at yr iaith.

           

Wedi i'r Rhufeiniaid adael Prydain yn gynnar yn y 5ed ganrif OC, fe ddaeth llwythau Almaenig ar draws Môr y Gogledd i wladychu Prydain. Roedd y grwpiau hyn (a'u hadnabyddir yn gyffredinol fel y Saeson) yn siarad iaith a fyddai'n datblygu i fewn i'r iaith Saesneg, a llyncwyd y Celtiaid yn ne-ddwyrain Prydain i fewn i'w diwylliant. Fe wrthsefodd y Celtiaid yn y gorllewin yn ffyrnig, ond fe dorrwyd Celtiaid Cymru i ffwrdd o'r Celtiaid yn ne-orllewin Prydain ac yn Rheged (yn y gogledd-orllewin) gan fuddugoliaethau'r Saeson yn Dyrham ger Caerfaddon yn 577 OC, ac yng Nghaer yn 616 OC. Fe ffôdd lawer o'r Celtiaid o Brydain i Lydaw yn Ffrainc.

 

Ar ôl hynny fe ddatblygodd yr iaith Frythonaidd ar wahân yng Nghymru, Cernyw, Llydaw a Chumbria, ac fe ganwyd yr iaith Gymraeg. Farwodd yr iaith Geltaidd allan yng Nghumbria yn y 14edd ganrif, ond siaredir Cymraeg a Llydaweg yn eang, ac, wedi bron iawn a marw allan, mae Cernyweg nawr yn gweld adfywiad.

 

 

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That which is to be shunned is pain not yet come. The past cannot be changed or amended; that which belongs to the experience of the present cannot and should  not be shunned; but alike to be shunned are disturbing anticipations or fears of  the future, and every act or impulse that may cause present or future pain to ourselves or others.

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Perfection, to be fully such, must be born out of imperfection, the incorruptible must grow out of the corruptible, having the latter as its vehicle and basis and contrast

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 2, Page 100

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

It is only by the attractive force of the contrasts that the two opposites — Spirit and Matter — can be cemented together on Earth, and, smelted in the fire of self-conscious experience and suffering, find themselves wedded in Eternity.

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 2, Page 108

 

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Strength to step forward is the primary need of him who has chosen his path. Where is this to be found? Looking round, it is not hard to see where other men find their strength. Its source is profound conviction.

Practical Occultism, Page 67

 

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It is the motive, and the motive alone, which makes any exercise of power become black, malignant, or white, beneficent Magic. It is impossible to employ spiritual forces if there is the slightest tinge of selfishness remaining in the operator .... The powers and forces of animal nature can equally be used by the selfish and revengeful, as by the unselfish and the all-forgiving; the powers and forces of spirit lend themselves only to the perfectly pure in heart — and this is Divine Magic.

Practical Occultism, Page 7

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

Finite reason agrees with science, and says: “There is no God”. But, on the other hand, our Ego, that which lives and thinks and feels independently of us in our mortal casket, does more than believe. It knows that there exists a God in nature, for the sole and invincible Artificer of all lives in us as we live in Him. No dogmatic faith or exact science is able to uproot that intuitional feeling inherent in man, when he has once fully realised it in himself.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, Page 36

 

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It may be a pleasant dream to attempt to conceive of the beauties of the spirit world; but the time can be spent more profitably in a study of the spirit itself, and it is not necessary that the subject for study should be in the spirit world.

Modern Panarion Page 70

 

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Physical existence is subservient to the spiritual, and all physical improvement and progress are only the auxiliaries of spiritual progress, without which there could be no physical progress.

Modern Panarion Page 78

 

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Mankind — the majority at any rate — hates to think for itself. It resents as an insult the humblest invitation to step for a moment outside the old well-beaten tracks and, judging for itself, to enter into a new path in some fresh direction.

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 3, Page 14

 

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Even ignorance is better than Head-learning with no Soul-wisdom to illuminate and guide it.

The Voice of the Silence, Page 43

 

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Many theosophists have had slight conscious relations with elementals, but always without their will acting, and upon trying to make elementals see, hear or act for them, a total indifference on the part of the nature spirit is all they have got in return. These failures are due to the fact that the elemental cannot understand the thought of the person; it can only be reached when the exact scale of being to which it belongs is vibrated, whether it be that of colour, form, sound, or whatever else

Annotation - The Path, May, 1888

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

Parabrahman is not “God” because It is not a God. “It is that which is supreme, and not supreme”. ....It is supreme as cause, not supreme as effect.

The Secret Doctrine , Proem [Volume 1], Page 35

 

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The ancients ..... fully realised the fact that the reciprocal relations between the planetary bodies is as perfect as those between the corpuscles of the blood, which float in a common fluid; and that each one is affected by the combined influence of all the rest, as each in its turn affects each of the others.

Isis, Volume 1, Page 275

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

Strength to step forward is the primary need of him who has chosen his path. Where is this to be found? Looking round, it is not hard to see where other men find their strength. Its source is profound conviction.

Practical Occultism, Page 67

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

There are two kinds of magnetic attraction: sympathy and fascination; the one holy and natural, the other evil and unnatural.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, Page 210

 

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In the phenomenal and Cosmic World Fohat is that occult, electric, vital power, which, under the Will of the Creative Logos, unites and brings together all forms, giving them the first impulse, which in time becomes law.

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 1, Page 134

 

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Oaths will never be binding till each man will fully understand that humanity is the highest manifestation on earth of the Unseen Supreme Deity, and each man an

incarnation of his God; and when the sense of personal responsibility will be so

developed in him that he will consider forswearing the greatest possible insult to himself, as well as to humanity. No oath is now binding, unless taken by one who, without any oath at all, would solemnly keep his simple promise of honour.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 2, Page 374

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

It is the motive, and the motive alone, which makes any exercise of power become

black, malignant, or white, beneficent Magic. It is impossible to employ spiritual forces if there is the slightest tinge of selfishness remaining in the operator .... The powers and forces of animal nature can equally be used by the selfish and revengeful, as by the unselfish and the all-forgiving; the powers and forces of spirit lend themselves only to the perfectly pure in heart — and this is Divine Magic.

Practical Occultism, Page 7

 

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Woe to those who live without suffering. Stagnation and death is the future of all that vegetates without change. And how can there be any change for the better without proportionate suffering during the preceding stage?

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 2, Page 498

 

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The person who is endowed with this faculty of thinking about even the most trifling things from the higher plane of thought has, by virtue of that gift which he possesses, a plastic power of formation, so to say, in his very imagination. Whatever such a person may think about, his thought will be so far more intense than the thought of an ordinary person, that by this very intensity it obtains the power of creation.

Lucifer, December, 1888

 

Blavatsky Quotation

 

Finite reason agrees with science, and says: “There is no God”. But, on the other hand, our Ego, that which lives and thinks and feels independently of us in our mortal casket, does more than believe. It knows that there exists a God in nature, for the sole and invincible Artificer of all lives in us as we live in Him. No dogmatic faith or exact science is able to uproot that intuitional feeling inherent in man, when he has once fully realised it in himself.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, Page 36

 

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Our voice is raised for spiritual freedom, and our plea made for enfranchisement  from all tyranny, whether of Science of Theology.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, I2.

 

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If through the Hall of Wisdom thou wouldst reach the Vale of Bliss, Disciple, close fast thy senses against the great dire heresy of Separateness that weans thee from the rest.

Voice of the Silence, Page 23

 

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From strength to strength, from the beauty and perfection of one plane to the greater beauty and perfection of another, with accessions of new glory, of fresh knowledge and power in each cycle, such is the destiny of every Ego, which thus becomes its own saviour in each world and incarnation.

The Key to Theosophy, Page 105

 

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The assertion that “Theosophy is not a Religion” , by no means excludes the fact that “Theosophy is Religion” itself. A religion in the true and only correct sense is a bond uniting men together — not a particular set of dogmas and beliefs. Now Religion, per se, in its widest meaning is that which binds not only all Men but also all Beings and all things in the entire Universe into one grand whole.

Lucifer, November, 1888

 

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The Present is only a mathematical line which divides that part of Eternal Duration which we call the Future from that part which we call the Past

The Secret Doctrine , Volume 1, Page 69

 

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The mind receives indelible impressions even from chance acquaintance or persons

encountered but once. As a few seconds' exposure of the sensitized photographic plate is all that is requisite to preserve indefinitely the image of the sitter, so is it with the mind.

Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, Page 311

 

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 “Beneficent Magic” , so called, is divine magic, devoid of selfishness, love of power, of ambition or lucre, and bent only on doing good, to the world in general and one's neighbour in particular. The smallest attempt to use one's abnormal powers for the gratification of self makes of these powers sorcery or black magic.

The Key to Theosophy, Page 228

 

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Believing in a spiritual and invisible Universe, we cannot conceive of it in any other way than as completely dovetailing and corresponding with the material, objective Universe; for logic and observation alike teach us that the latter is the outcome and visible manifestation of the former, and that the laws governing both are immutable.

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Between Brynsiencyn and Dwyran

on Anglesey’s south west coast.

 

 

 

Bethel Square, Brecon

 

 

The Hayes Cardiff Circa 1910

 

 

Kidwelly Castle, Carmarthenshire

 

 

Ystrad Mynach Viaduct, Mid Glamorgan

 

 

Excavation of Roman Remains in Caerwent, Gwent

 

 

Van’s Good Food Shop

Health Food & all round New Age Shop

Llandrindod Wells

 

 

 

The Coliseum Cinema in Porthmadog / Portmadoc

Now a listed building

 

 

 

Cardiff Bay

 

 

 

Cytiau'r Gwyddelod

The Holyhead Mountain Hut Group

An Iron Age settlement at the

south western end of Holyhead Mountain

 

 

The Quaker Meeting House

Colwyn Bay, North Wales.

 

 

 

 

Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery,

Bangor, North Wales

 

 

 

The Harvest Moon Cafe and Healing Centre

Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales

 

 

Holyhead Harbour at Sunrise

 

 

 

 

Beaumaris Castle

 

 

Cardiff Castle

 

 

Conwy Castle

 

 

Flint Castle

 

 

Flint Castle North East Tower

 

 

 

Grosmont Castle

 

 

 

Beaumaris Castle

 

 

 

Llantilio Castle

 

 

 

Montgomery Castle

 

 

 

Rhuddlan Castle

 

 

 

Skenfrith Castle

 

 

 

Anglesey Abbey

 

 

 

Bangor Town Clock

 

 

 

Colwyn Bay Centre

 

 

 

The Great Orme

 

 

 

llandudno Promenade

 

 

 

Great Orme Tramway

 

 

 

Caervarvon Castle

 

 

 

New Radnor

 

 

 

Blaenavon High Street

 

 

 

Blaenavon Ironworks

 

 

Theosophical Society in Wales

Theosophy House

206 Newport Road

Cardiff, Wales, UK. CF24 – 1DL

theosophycardiff@uwclub.net

 

 

 

 

Carmarthen

 

 

 

 

Caerwent Roman Ruins

 

 

 

Colwyn Bay Postcard

 

 

 

Ferndale in the Rhondda Valley

 

 

 

Denbigh

 

 

 

National Museum of Wales

 

 

 

Nefyn

 

 

 

Penisarwaen

 

 

 

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カーディフ神智学協会

 

Кардифф Теософское Общество

 

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