Links to Theosophy

 

European School of Theosophy

The aim of the School is to provide opportunities in Europe to study the original teachings of modern theosophy in order to ensure the continuing preservation and dissemination of the esoteric philosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P.Blavatsky and related source literature. This primary focus upon the original teachings enables students, wherever and however situated, to discover for themselves the value of recognizing the divergence between theosophy and pseudo-theosophy. The EST website provides details of annual upcoming schools.

Theosophy online

Universal brotherhood, planetary citizenship and the search for eternal wisdom are among the central ideas inspiring this website.Studying the original teachings of the modern theosophical movement is a means to achieve such goals.

Theosophical Society in England

The web site of the society in England; lists the programme of lectures and events at London and branches of the society throughout England.

The Theosophical Society has branched since its founding in 1875, and the structure of parent organisation, branches and offshoots is complex. See article by Dorothy Bell. The main (4) branches may be accessed through the following links:

   

Theosophical Society
(Adyar, India, and throughout the world)

Official website of the International Headquarters of the Theosophical Society ('Adyar').

Theosophical Society in America (Adyar)
(Wheaton, IL., USA)

American Section of Theosophical Society (The Theosophical Society in America has it's international headquarters Adyar, India.)

Theosophical Society (Pasadena)

A few years after H.P. Blavatsky's death in 1891, the parent organization split into two: the Society following H. S. Olcott and Annie Besant retained its international headquarters at Adyar, Madras, India (including some American branches now known as The Theosophical Society in America) and that part of the Society following W. Q. Judge link (then Vice President of the TS and General Secretary of its American Section 1875-1896) retained it's international headquarters first in New York City, next at Point Loma, and now at Pasadena.

Theosophical Society (Point Loma)

In 1951 William Hartley broke with the branch that today is the Theosophical Society (Pasadena), to form a branch of the Theosophical Society, now headquartered at Blavatsky House in The Hague, Netherlands. It is called the Theosophical Society (Point Loma–The Hague).

United Lodge of Theosophists (International)

The U.L.T., founded 1909, has Lodges throughout the world and aims to broadcast the teachings of Theosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and W. Q. Judge. A brief philosophic declaration is its sole guiding document.

United Lodge of Theosophists in England (London)

The London Centre of the United Lodge of Theosophists. The aim of the group is to form a centre of brotherhood for the study and practice of living a more meaningful life, and it welcomes participation by all who share its aims and interest.

Blavatsky Theosophy Group London (United Lodge of Theosophists)

Sister site to the United Lodge of Theosophists. This website is dedicated to the original and genuine teachings of Theosophy as presented in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and the Masters.

Theosophy Wiki

Aims to provide a platform for people interested in Theosophy to collaborate in assembling information that is accurate, well-documented, and helpful.

Foundation for Theosophical Studies (England)

The Aim of the Foundation is: "To help people understand and discover the essential Truths at the heart of all philosophy, science and spirituality, especially the Fundamental Unity of all people." the Foundation organises events including a full week of residential study at The Theosophical Society's (English Section) annual Summer School.

Blavatsky net (online)

The Blavatsky Net Foundation offers thousands of pages of original 19th century Theosophical text along with an accumulating repository of evidence confirming the truths of Theosophy. A specialised search engine, and other introductory and study aid material, are provided for the convenience of the student of Theosophy.

Blavatsky Study Center (USA)

This site publishes material (including rare & hard-to-find source documents) on the life, writings & teachings of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, founder of modern Theosophy. (Daniel Caldwell.)

The Blavatsky Archives

This site contains hundreds of rare & hard-to-find source documents on the life, writings & teachings of Madame H.P. Blavatsky, the founder of modern Theosophy. (Daniel Caldwell.)

Theosophy Trust

Theosophy Trust ~ Memorial Library (Raghavan Iyer)

Theosophy Watch

Aimed at monitoring the world of science, religion, philosophy, consciousness and the arts, for emerging signs that point back to ancient universal verities, articulated so profoundly by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in her life’s writings and work.

Theosophy World News

A quarterly, non-profit and independent overview of international theosophy news, events, books, videos, magazines & articles.

Theosophy in Slovenia

Theosophy in Slovenia. A site providing access to extensive publications

Blavatsky Foundation

On Madame H.P. Blavatsky's life and work, the Blavatsky Foundation has published many of the writings of the late Theosophical historian Walter A. Carrithers, Jr.

Eastern Tradition Research Institute

Traces the once universal but now hidden Wisdom Tradition in its extant sources, primarily the scriptures of the East; to establish the fact of its existence, and to ascertain more fully and accurately its teachings: An extensive archive of primary sources in their original languages. These are the scriptures of ancient India, namely, the Sanskrit, Prakrit, Pali, and Tibetan texts of the Hindu, Jaina, and Buddhist traditions. (David Reigle.)

Philaletheians - Eclectic Theosophy

Philaletheians are lovers or seekers of Truth. They have existed since time immemorial but under many different names. It is only when we reach the third century AD that the designation, originally coined by Pythagoras, was adopted by Ammonius Saccas, the Alexandrian Socrates of Neo-Platonism, instructor of Plotinus and founder of the Eclectic Theosophical System. We, contemporary Philaletheians, continue to disseminate Eternal Verities in today's world through seminars, courses, and other educational events.

Katinka Hesselink on Blavatsky

Katinka Hesselink on Blavatsky: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Quotes and articles.

David Pratt

Exploring Theosophy. Articles and commentary.

O Lanoo

The Secret Doctrine unveiled.

Further links

A further extensive listing of Internet Resources on H.P. Blavatsky, the Mahatmas & Theosophy has been compiled by Daniel H. Caldwell and published by Blavatsky Study Center.

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