13 issues of Beshara Magazine were published between 1987 and 1991. Like the current digital magazine, it was an attempt to express the principles of Beshara in the widest possible context.
Its subtitle on later issues, ‘A unified perspective in the contemporary world’, expressed its basic purpose: to look at how the principle of unity was emerging in areas such as science, politics and economics; in ecumenical movements within religions; and an increasing awareness of esoteric wisdom traditions in general.
The entire print archive is now available to download for free. Click on the cover of an issue below to begin reading.
Bulent Rauf: To Suggest a Vernacular…
Rupert Sheldrake: The Presence of the Past
Dom Sylvester Houedard: The Question About Questions
Richard Twinch: Memory and the Brain
Rupert Sheldrake: The Presence of the Past – Part 2
Abraham Abadi: A Consideration of Anthropocentrism
Richard Waddington: An Intimation of Beauty
Adam Dupre: The Meaning of Esoteric Education
Paul Ekins: The Living Economy
Bulent Rauf: Addresses
Prof. B Goodwin: Rumbling the Replicator
Richard Twinch: The Evolution Conundrum
Michael Shallis: Science, Religion and the Symbolic World
Robert Muller: The United Nations
Brian Keeble: The poetry of Vernon Watkins
Compassion Through Understanding
A Tribute to Sinan
All Things Go in Pairs
Going Out, I Found That I Was Really Going In
Mae-Wan Ho: Reanimating Nature
Martin Notcutt: The Club of Rome
Simon Blackwood: Painting as a Means of Expression
Raimon Panikkar: Making a Bridge to the Unknown
Rubert Sheldrake: Life in a Living World
Richard Twinch: What a Way to Leave the Solar System!
Dance as a Means of Expression
The Emperor’s New Mind
The Bequest of Beatrice
Not to Bring us To Heaven…