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Painting of the Invisible

We know that great philosophers and scientists have drawn part of their inspiration from Theosophy.
It is less known that many artists, among other painters, have been influenced and inspired by Theosophy and that in their masterpieces some great theosophical principles are reflected.

Barbara Herbert

The challenges our world faces today seem almost impossible to overcome. We often look to our leaders—religious, political, and spiritual—to make a difference, but they do not have the power to overcome every issue. Instead of looking outside of ourselves to make change happen, it is time to start looking within. Each of us has the power—as well as the responsibility—to change the world.

Joy Mills

The Secret Doctrine seminar given by Joy Mills at the Krotona School of Theosophy in 1988.


CW Leadbeater, A Besant and J Krishnamurti video from around 1920

Recently discovered rare footage of C W Leadbeater, Annie Besant and Krishnamurti, part of a film believed to be from the mid-1920`s before the disbandonment of The Order of the Star, found in the archives of The International Theosophical Centre, Naarden, Netherlands.

Many thanks to the ITC for sharing this unique footage.

 Mr Vicente Hao Chin

2014 International Convention

Title: ‘A Vision to Go Mainstream’

Speaker: Mr Vicente Hao Chin, Jr., Former General Secretary, Philippine Section, The Theosophical Society


Important Principles of the Esoteric Philosophy - a 6 part webinar with Pablo Sender

This 7-part series is based on the book “Deity, Cosmos and Man” by Geoffrey Farthing. At Home with Theosophy is a webinar program presented by Pablo Sender for the study and discussion of classical Theosophical books.

The Dharma of the Theosophical Society by Linda Oliveria

A presention by Linda Oliveira:  The word ‘dharma’ is rich and profound suggesting, among other things, an ideal state which contains within it

Getting to the Heart of the Matter by Dorothy Bell

Dorothy Bell explores in context of the theme of the Conference, Exploring the Why of Theosophy, it is timely to review the ‘teaching of the teachings’, the instructional methods of the late 19th century that the Society adopted in its beginnings – which were of its time and

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