The fundamental objective of Theosophy Foundation, Inc. is to preserve, research, and promote original Theosophy as brought to us by Madame H.P. Blavatsky and her teachers.
Toward that end the late Reed Carson, president of Theosophy Foundation, Inc. and his wife, Estela Carson-Priede, also a long-time student of theosophy, have been responsible for the website that set standards of creative ways to dissimilate the teachings over the last decade, with an online forum for seven years and a highly original monthly newsletter for three years.
The Foundation, under current president Estela Carson-Priede, has on the drawing board new plans to advance Theosophy: an online search engine especially designed for searching Theosophical material, a blog, additional options for discussions, and a center for research.
To contribute a more concrete presence in the world, the Foundation holds the vision of a research center that will provide much-0needed further detailed resources for Theosophical material, and supply a protective repository of existing Theosophical material. This new endeavor will naturally complement and further the online project.
We feel strongly that the core written material of Theosophy must be studied and researched with a fine-tooth comb. It must be researched down to the page, the paragraph and even, in some cases, down to the word. We feel we must do this now, as the originals are becoming older and subjected to Time. This material must then all be offered online in convenient form accessible to the world and to the future.
Reed was well equipped to lay the foundation for this task, being a scientist by original training, a computer programmer specialized in databases by profession, and a Theosophist of more than a quarter of a century who led classes, gave talks, and was interviewed for television and on national radio on Theosophy, as well as authoring the Blavatsky.net web site. Having learned much from her husband, and being independently well-versed in the knowledge and committed to the propagation of Theosophy, Estela now oversees the work as it continues.
In these days ideas compete more strongly for the public's attention, it is clear that we must organize ourselves and our information and present it more efficiently, and work to extend the knowledge more widely and vigorously to the global community. The times call out for our committed action now.