This site focuses on Madame Blavatsky and her teaching - Theosophy. It features an introduction to Theosophy,              study aids, research tools, original text, supporting evidence, membership, and visitor interaction.


 Course Syllabuses on Theosophy

  Throughout the coming year, we will be adding more course syllabuses to this page.  

Theosophy - What's It All About

This course is organized as a discussion list open to all friends of Blavatsky Net on the Forum. It reviews the basic teachings of Theosophy in a way suitable for those new to the philosophy and for those who would like to engage in a "refresher" course. It also very much welcomes those with more experience to help along the learning process. We hope that those with more experience in the subject will contribute of their knowledge and we ask them explicitly to please structure their comments with this audience in mind. We very much want to create an environment where newcommers will feel open, comfortable in speaking, and not overwhelmed by a torrent of obscure detail that seems intimidating or irrelevant to the initial learning experience.


Theosophy - Living The Life

This course is organized as a private study program, or for use in small study groups. The focus here is on how to go about in our daily living, using the principles of Theosophy.


Theosophy - As taught by H. P. Blavatsky

This course is a facsimile of the studies conducted by HPB in London, and as published under the name Transactions of The Blavatsky Lodge.


The Key To Theosophy - As presented by H. P. Blavatsky in a book of that title. Here the student through careful reading will be able to grasp the essentials of Theosophy.


The Bhagavad-Gita (The Lord's Song)

This course was developed by a long time student of Theosophy,and member of The United Lodge of Theosophists - New York. George Baird was a leading student of Theosophy and had conducted many evening courses at the ULT Lodge on 72nd Street, New York






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