Learn about five remarkable women who supported the Theosophical movement. 

Skill Level: Beginner

Explore the work of the Theosophical Society and its members.

The Theosophical Society was founded to further human spiritual evolution. What are its Aims? How can its members contribute to it's lofty vision? In this five-unit beginning course, Prof. John Algeo, former president of the Theosophical Society in America, offers insightful remarks to deepen the student's understanding of this important topic.

This series covers the following subjects:

1- The Founders of the Theosophical Society

2- The Theosophist's Mission

3- The Contribution of Theosophy

4- Theosophical Ethics

5- Practice and Service


Skill Level: Beginner

Explore the cosmic intelligence guiding the workings of the universe.

According to Theosophical teachings, the cosmos is not the result of random events but a purposeful design built to stimulate the evolution of the divine sparks. In this seven-unit course, former international president of the Theosophical Society, Radha Burnier, explores the plan of evolution and the human journey toward realization of our divine nature.

This series covers the following subjects:

1- Introduction

2- The One and the Many

3- Creativity—Cosmic and Individual

4- Freedom and Limitation

5- Time, Mind, and Illusion

6- Spiritual Growth

7- What is Enlightenment?

Skill Level: Beginner

Learn about the founders of the Theosophical Society and some of their contemporaries.

The Society was officially founded in New York on November 17, 1875 by Helena P. Blavatsky, Henry S. Olcott, William Q. Judge, and others. This five-unit introductory course explores the lives and teachings of the Masters of Wisdom, the three main founders, and Annie Besant, the second president of the Theosophical Society with Headquarters in Adyar, India. It also introduces contemporary characters such as A. P. Sinnett, Constance Wachtmeister, T. Subba Row, Damodar Mavalankar and C. W. Leadbeater.


The course is based on the following talks:

1- "The Mahatmas and Their Letters" by Theosophical Society in America

2- "Who was H.P. Blavatsky?" by Michael Gomes

3- "Henry Steel Olcott: A Life of Service" by John Algeo

4- "William Quan Judge: A Devoted Life" by Kenneth Small

5- "The Annie Besant Story" by Lucasfilm Ltd


Skill Level: Beginner

An eight-unit beginning course on the main Theosophical teachings. This program presents a series of lectures given by a group of inspiring teachers, past and present, exploring the foundations of the Theosophical worldview.

The topics included in this series are:

1. What is Theosophy? by Pablo Sender

2. The Seven-Fold Human Nature by Ed Abdill

3. Theosophical Perspective on Death and Dying by Dora Kunz

4. Reincarnation: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Implications by Barbara Hebert

5. The Law of Karma by Pablo Sender

6. Dharma—The Law of Our Best Being by Joy Mills

7. Progressive Evolution by Ed Abdill

8. The Power of Thought to Change Our World by Tim Boyd

Skill Level: Beginner