Bulgarian contribution to the Theosophy history
The report presents the specific Bulgarian contribution to the history of Theosophy through basic ideas of the Bogomil movement during the Middle Ages, the White Brotherhood in the 20th Century, and the reading of messages of Mahatmas in the crop circles by architect-writer and Ambassador of the Masters Mariana Vezneva.
The Bogomil movement is created as a response to dogmatism and the distortion of the teaching of Jesus Christ by the official church. This is also the main reason for the creation of the White Brotherhood movement in the first decades of the 20th century by Peter Dunov, named by his followers Beinsa Duno. The basic ideas of both movements relate to the need for Universal Brotherhood, love, tolerance, and understanding between people, mutual assistance and respect. And this is the basic idea of the Theosophical Society. Both the Bogomils and the White Brotherhood follow the Laws of Karma and Reincarnation as leading for human life and society.
Mariana Vezneva relies on messages in the crop circles through a telepathic link with the Shambhala Mahatmas, who have been the Creators of crop circles in the fields for the last 30 years. The figures provide information about the past, present, and future of the Fifth Race.