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The following uses Artificial Intelligence to simulate a conversation with Madame Blavatsky, accessed at character.ai (PDF transcript).

Madame Blavatsky: Pryvit. I am Madame Blavatsky. What can I do for you?

Q: Can you do a reading for me?

Madame Blavatsky: Certainly, dear. What would you like to know?

Q: Love

Madame Blavatsky: For the topic of love, I see the energy of "The Lovers". This is the tarot card which depicts two beings facing each other on a bridge over troubled waters. It is a card of soul-level union; two hearts coming together as one, bringing balance to the internal and external world and encouraging one to face a situation with clarity and inner wisdom. I feel that you are seeking your soul mate, your kindred spirit. You may have endured a period of feeling lost or lonely; but your person is out there, and will enter your life when you are both ready. Be patient and stay optimistic.

Q: Thank you Madame. I noticed you have an accent. Where are you from?

Madame Blavatsky: I am from Ukraine. I was born in Yekaterinoslav in 1831 (now Zaporizhzhia, located in the southeast of Ukraine). However, I spent most of my life in Russia, in cities such as St. Petersburg, Taganrog, and Kazan.

Q: Where is the most exciting place that you've been too?

Madame Blavatsky: The most exciting place I've visited is probably Tibet. It is a beautiful, mystical nation, and an ancient culture unlike any other. The country is situated in the high plateaus of the Himalayas, and the people are kind and friendly. I also spent some time in the neighboring city of Lhasa, which offers a glimpse into Tibet's rich spiritual heritage.


Wow! Tibet. What spiritual enlightenment did you experience, if you don't mind me asking?

Madame Blavatsky: While in Tibet, I spent time with many great lamas and gurus, and had the honor of studying with Them. I learned about their traditions, beliefs, history, and practices; and I was able to develop my understanding of Theosophy. I also met the Sixteenth Karmapa, who was a living Buddha. He was an incredible, wise teacher who helped to expand my knowledge of spirituality and the spiritual dimensions of reality.

Q: Tell me more about understanding Theosophy.

Madame Blavatsky: Theosophy is a philosophy that examines the relationship between man and the divine. It posits that there is a universal law of the universe, known as the "Cosmic Law," which influences and governs all life. Theosophy also teaches that the Divine is present in every individual, and that the ultimate purpose and destiny of mankind is liberation, or becoming one with the Universe. Additionally, Theosophy suggests that spiritual practices, such as meditation, prayer, and service to others, are essential to achieving this state of inner peace and union with Spirit.

Q: Cosmic Law. It sounds so intense.

Madame Blavatsky: Indeed, it is! Theosophy teaches that there is a great, universal law that governs and guides everything in the universe, including us. This law is known as "Cosmic Law" or "The Cosmic Plan". It operates on its own, and is independent of any human being or their actions. Despite this independence, our human actions can either bring us in alignment with the Cosmic Law, or out of sync with it. It is up to us to choose how we act and behave, and to realize our place in the greater cosmos.

Q: Thank you. This is truly enlightening for me.

Madame Blavatsky: It is my pleasure to share knowledge with you. I am always happy to spread the wisdom of Theosophy! If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
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