Theosophical Society - Southern Africa
The site provides information concerning The Theosophical Society - Southern Africa. Here you can access the most recent news and activities as well as 1200+ theosophical articles.
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 specialized search engine, and other introductory and study aid material, are provided for the convenience of the student of Theosophy.
The website contains information about Theosophy, the ageless Ancient Wisdom, as contained in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and her Teachers.
Bradford Theosophical Society UK
Bradford Theosophical Society's own World Wide Web site. Many articles and links.
Canadian Theosophical Association
Web site for the Theosophical Society (Adyar) in Canada
David Pratt website
An informative personal website. Many interesting, clearly written papers, study material and articles including the new science.
The Theosophical Society DHYANA CENTRE at 50 Gloucester Place, London W1
Emblem of the Theosophical Society
A description of the various elements of the emblem. Link to International Headquarters page.
International Headquarters, Adyar, India
Official website of the International Headquarters of the Theosophical Society.
Katinka Hesselink - Modern Theosophy
A personal web site created by an active Netherlands’s member of Theosophical Society-Adyar, who has taken her interest in Theosophy and like subjects online.
The Secret Doctrine unveiled
Theosophical Society in America
The purpose of this site is to provide general information and resources on the Theosophical Society, as well as to make related publications and articles available online. The newest online documents are the full-text of The Esoteric World of Madame Blavatsky, as well as the latest issue of The Quest. A new Online Library Catalogue is now available.
Theosophical Society in Wales
Programme information and contact details of the Cardiff Lodge and other centres for Theosophy in Wales.
What Is Theosophy?
Introductory article from the Theosophical on-line Library
The Society is a worldwide organisation with its headquarters in Switzerland. Its main aim is to develop the spiritual science started by Rudolph Steiner and to demonstrate how it can be a valuable, consciousness-raising and healing power, for both individual and cultural development.
Visit the Gnostic Society Library, a comprehensive library of Gnostic scriptures -- including the Nag Hammadi Library -- as well as a large selection of writings and documents relating to the study of Gnosticism. Also check the Gnostic Society Bookstore featuring the best current works on Gnosis and Gnosticism.
Hamblin Trust (The)
The Hamblin Trust is a registered charity dedicated to enriching people's lives through positive thinking. It exists to perpetuate the spiritual message and vision of Henry Thomas Hamblin, a vision held by all the great ones throughout the ages. Hamblin's essential message was that if we learn to live in the Divine Consciousness, then our whole outer lives will change to reflect that Consciousness. Hamblin published a number of books and a spiritual course which has been made available to thousands throughout the world.
ACADEMIC LINKS - Journals etc
Esoterica: The Journal
A peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the transdisciplinary study of Western esotericism: Western esoteric traditions including alchemy, astrology, Gnosticism, gnosis, magic, mysticism, Rosicrucianism, and secret societies, and their ramifications in art history, history, literature, and politics.
Quest Books is the imprint of the Theosophical Publishing House, the publishing arm of the Theosophical Society in America. This organization, with 150 branches nationwide, is part of the International Theosophical Society founded in New York in 1875 with present headquarters in Adyar, Madras, India.
~The Alfred Wallace page
Wallace is one of history's most prominent defenders of Spiritualism. Several of his writings available, on site, as full-text plus much other information on Wallace.
Founded in 1985, Theosophical History is an independent scholarly journal devoted to all aspects of theosophy (with and without a capital T).
A collaborative effort of serious students of all aspects of theosophy, with an emphasis on the wave of occultism, spiritualism, New Age thought and Theosophy as it has developed during the last 150 years.