The Theosophical Society in America

Local Groups

Links of Interest

Blavatsky Archives
This site publishes material (including rare and hard-to-find source documents) on the life, writings and teachings of Madame H.P. Blavatsky (1831-91), the founder of modern Theosophy.

Blavatsky House
Point Loma - Blavatskyhouse The hague

Blavatsky Library
Writings of H. P. Blavatsky in PDF format.

Blavatsky Net Foundation
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.

Campbell Theosophical Research Library 
The Campbell Theosophical Research Library is a specialist research and reference facility. It has a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals and pamphlets relating to Theosophy, the Theosophical movement, its history, and other subjects related to the Three Objects of The Theosophical Society.

Campbell Theosophical Research Library: Online Texts
Easy access to a very comprehensive a Theosophical library of the texts of over 460 books.

Canadian Theosophical Association: Online Texts
Over 800 titles provided by the Canadian Theosophical Association, a non profit organization, formerly known as the Canadian Federation established in 1924.

Hodson, Geoffrey
An esoteric resource on the life and work of Geoffrey Hodson (1886 - 1983), Theosophical teacher, humanitarian, occultist, mystic and gnostic seer.

HPB Photo Gallery
Photographs of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Provided by the Blavatsky Study Center.

Leadbeater, Charles Webster
Charles Webster Leadbeater was a well-known clairvoyant, writer, and lecturer who dedicated his life to the dissemination of the ancient wisdom tradition known today as Theosophy.

Pablo Sender's website
Theosophical articles and talks given by him.

Theosopedia
Online Theosophical Encyclopedia.

Theosophical History
An independent scholarly journal devoted to all aspects of Theosophy, which is unaffiliated with any Theosophical organization.

Theosophical University Press Online
Online resources on Blavatsky, Judge, Tingley, Purucker, and more.

Theosophy Forum
A place to learn about and discuss the many facets of Theosophy.

Theosophy Forward
An on-line magazine looking toward the development of the Theosophical Society and the presentation of Theosophy in the twenty-first century. It is dedicated to the ideas (1) that free, respectful and open-minded consideration of possibilities is the path to sensible and effective action and (2) that the Ancient Wisdom of Theosophy can be expressed and explored in contemporary language.

Theosophy Wiki
All groups and individuals who respect the work of TS Founder Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and her associates are invited to participate in building this wiki into a base of research for serious students everywhere. Our aim is to provide a platform for people interested in Theosophy to collaborate in assembling information that is accurate, well-documented, and helpful.

TheosophyLinks.Net
Online resources on Blavatsky, the Mahatmas, and Theosophy; compiled by Daniel H. Caldwell and published by Blavatsky Study Center.

Theosophy: Modern, History, and Archives
"Religion and Spirituality Resources: Buddhism, Sufism, Theosophy and people like Jiddu Krishnamurti, H.P. Blavatsky, Leadbeater and John Algeo. With articles on karma, rebirth, religious philosophy, ethics, meditation, the spiritual path and spiritual stories. There's also a large collection of spiritual quotes."

Wisdom World
An independent website with a wide variety of Theosophical articles.

Vietnamese-language Theosophical Society website

 


 Other web sites of interest:

The Dalai Foundation The foundation was established in 2002, with the Dalai Lama's endorsement and advice, by a core founding group including long-time friends of the Dalai Lama and members of the Silicon Valley business community. We have received a letter from His Holiness with an invitation to all to join us in our work. Participation is open to all, and we warmly welcome anyone who wishes to support the Dalai Lama's vision for a better world to join with us.

The Eastern Order of International Co-Freemasonry  is a worldwide body of both men and women Freemasons, who together work the traditional rites of Freemasonry with a conscious awareness of their spiritual content. It regards Freemasonry as a modern form of the ancient Mysteries, which pointed their initiates toward the Path of self-discovery and of service to all living beings.

Green Heart
Greenheart Ibiza, a partner of Greenheart International, works to bring positive change and local environmental security within the growing global cooperative movement.

Green Heart Transforms
Greenheart Transforms assists people in reaching their highest potential through events, workshops and retreats aimed at personal and social transformation.

The Institute of Noetic Sciences
Broadening our knowledge of the nature and potentials of mind and consciousness and applying that knowledge to enhancing human well-being and the quality of life on the planet.

Integral Transformative Practice
ITP is cross-training for the body, mind, heart and soul. It’s designed for all people, particularly those with busy lives. Through deliberate daily practice, you transform yourself – and our world – for the better.

The International Association for Near-Death Studies, Inc.
Chicago IANDS began in May 1998, to provide a support and study group for those who have had a Near-Death Experience or are interested in the subject. It is one of many Friends of IANDS groups around the world.

Theosophical Book Gift Institute

Attention Librarians and Library Patrons!

Introducing you to the
Theosophical Book Gift Institute


Edith Gray

For over half a century the Theosophical Book Gift Institute (T.B.G.I.) has been providing accredited libraries across the United States with Theosophical books free of charge. This innovative program was conceived and activated in 1946 by a few farsighted individuals of the Theosophical Society in America. In the years that followed a dedicated member of the Society, Edith Gray, traveled throughout the country to small towns and large cities offering local libraries a variety of theosophical publications as a gift. She was quite successful in her efforts. Upon her death, T.B.G.I. received a bequest from her estate that enabled the program to continue.

Read more: Theosophical Book Gift Institute

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