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Sepehri’s poetry is potentially much suitable for philosophical and theosophical criticism. Soroosh Dabaghi, loving theosophy and philosophy on the one hand and praising Sepehri’s view and language, attempts in his book to study Sepehri’s thought about some key words. In the Heaven of Sepehri, a collection of articles, speeches, and interviews was published in 2014 by Farhanghe Mo’aser. In 2015 he published The Philosophy of Lajevardi on the same subject. In this collection he addresses such issues as meaning of wind and rain in Sepehri’s poems, contemplation on the meaning of sorrow, death, glorified act, land of nothingness, and introducing modern theosophy and its differences with that of classic and Sepehri’s connection to this kind of theosophy. In this article, besides having critical analysis on the form and structure of the book, we attempt to criticize its methodology and author’s success in explaining it. Due to the closeness of articles approach with his expertise, he is successful in opening up new horizon in Sepehri’s study. However, many of the subjects introduced by the author remains explained while it suffers from ambiguities.