Theosophical Concepts

The Three theosophical objects

To form a nucleus of the Universal family of of humanity.

To encourage the study of comparative Religion, Philosophy, and Science.

To investigate unexplained laws of Nature and the powers latent in the human being.

Theosophical Quotes

William Q. Judge

"In just the same way as a polished diamond shows the work which gives it value and brilliancy, so the man who has gone through probation and teaching under the Adepts carries upon his person the ineffaceable marks. To the ordinary eye untrained in this department, no such indications are visible; but those who can see describe them as being quite prominent and wholly beyond the control of the bearer. For this reason that one who has progressed, say, three steps along the way, will have three marks, and it is useless to pretend that his rank is a step higher, for, if it were, then the fourth mark would be there, since it grows with the being’s development. Now, as these signatures cannot be imitated or forged, the whole inner fraternity has no need for concealment of signs. No one can commit a fraud upon or extract from them the secrets of higher degrees by having obtained signs and pass-words out of a book or in return for the payment of fees, and none can procure the conferring of any advancement until the whole nature of the man exactly corresponds to the desired point of development.”

Echoes from The Orient, p. 36, 37

Helena Blavatsky

For many a long year the “great orphan,” Humanity, has been crying aloud in the darkness for guidance and for light. Amid the increasing splendors of a progress purely material, of a science that nourished the intellect but left the spirit to starve, Humanity, dimly feeling its origin and presaging its destiny, has stretched out towards the East empty hands that only a spiritual philosophy can fill. Aching from the divisions, the jealousies, the hatreds, that rend its very life, it has cried for some sure foundation on which to build the solidarity it senses, some metaphysical basis from which its loftiest social ideals may rise secure.

The North American Review, Vol. CLI, No. 405, August, 1890, pp. 173-86

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

"Everything that is, was, and will be, eternally IS, even the countless forms, which are finite and perishable only in their objective, not in their ideal Form."

Theosophical Society Founder

Theosophical Aspirations

Universal Brotherhood

Unity in Diversity

The Theosophical Society is a worldwide body whose primary objective is to promote Universal Brotherhood without distinction, based on the realization that life and all its diverse forms are indivisibly One.


Freedom of Thought, United by Truth

The Society imposes no belief on its members, who are united by a common search for Truth and desire to learn the meaning and purpose of existence through study, meditation, and service.


No Religion Higher Than Truth

Fueling the Inner Fire

“So long as the double man, i.e., the man of flesh and spirit, keeps within the limits of the law of spiritual continuity, so long as the divine spark lingers in him, however faintly, he is on the road to an immortality in the future state.” ~Isis Unveiled, Volume 1, Page 327



One Source

Behind all such manifestations as light, heat, sound, adhesion, etc., etc., and is the “spirit” of Electricity, which is the Life of the Universe. As an abstraction, we call it the One Life; as an objective and evident Reality, we speak of a septenary scale of manifestation, which begins at the upper rung with the One Unknowable Causality, and ends as Omnipresent Mind and Life immanent in every atom of Matter.


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