Online Text for Theosophy
Books by H.P. Blavatsky (repeated from home page):
Doctrine - the master work of H. P. Blavatksy
to The Secret Doctrine - (prepared by John P. Van Mater)
Table of Contents of The Secret Doctrine
- the master work of H. P. Blavatsky
Invitation to the Secret Doctrine - Blavatsky's SD plus other
Articles of H.P. Blavatsky
- full text of 236 articles in alphabetical order
[The search engine that was here is moved under "study aids"
on the home page]
Same articles of
Blavatsky in Chronological order
Key to Theosophy - an introduction to Theosophy by Blavatsky
of the Silence - devotional book of adepts, recorded by Blavatsky
of the Blavatsky Lodge - questions answered by Blavatsky on early
pages of the SECRET DOCTRINE
P. Blavatsky to the American Conventions, 1888-1891
the East: A Birthday Book - a quotation for each day of the year
Letters to A. P. Sinnett - actual precipitated letters from
the masters - the teachers of Blavatsky.
William Q. Judge
Judge was a student of HPB, a key coworker with HPB, and finally, an
occultist in his own right. He had known HPB over many lifetimes. He speaks
the message of Theosophy with an authoritative voice. Generally, his writings
present Theosophy in a style that is easier to read that that of Blavatsky.
T. Subba Row
Row (rhymes with "cow") was an extremely knowledgable Hindu
Occultist. He was in contact with the same teachers as Blavatsky. BN views
his writings as another source of theosophy (except where they alledgedly
differ from Blavatsky on the "constitution of man").
on the Bhagavad Gita - This is difficult material but students
who have plowed through it (after previous study) have found it quite helpful
and insightful. This little book is quoted numerous time in Blavatsky's
Mabel Collins - inspirational books that were part of the 19th
century Theosophical movement.
of Theosophical Glossaries - combines terms from numerous Theosophical
Glossaries. Includes the Theosophical Glossary by Blavatsky.
Similar Ideas in World Religions -
Blavatsky has asserted that all major religions trace back to one original
religion. This article begins the presentation of evidence by offering 99
quotations from the religious traditions of the world that strikingly demonstrate
the root truth of that original religion and its widespread knowledge.
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