Bringing to you Theosophical Resources

Theosophy World is a collection of Theosophical resources available for those researching a specific topic, wanting to find information, how to get information or for those wishing to put together programmes, presentations or contact people who are doing work in these areas. The intention is to make material available on this website and easily accessed through several means.


study course

This study course provides an introduction to basic Theosophical concepts. Chapters include questions for group or individual study.

Download Theosophy: An Introductory Study Course by John Algeo, Ph.D.

(kindly sourced from the Theosophical Society in America) 


You can study theosophy for free at your own time by enrolling in the correspondence course on Basic Theosophy.

Here are the simple steps that you need to do:

1. Fill up the Course Registration Form and attach it to an email to You will receive an acknowledgment with the name and email address of the tutor who will guide you in your studies.

2. Read or download the Course Guideline that will outline the instructions on how to proceed with the course.

Lessons and Resources

Here are your downloadable resources that you will need in your course:

Additional Online Books and References:

This course is brought to Theosophy World by the Phillipines Section of the Theosophical Society

A Study Course By John Algeo

The Bhagavad Gita is one of the world’s most important books—indeed, one of the great books of human culture, Eastern and Western alike.
In India, the Gita is many things: it is the major guidebook to the spiritual life in the Hindu tradition; it is an eirenicon—a work that harmonizes the diverse views of life that find a place within traditional Indic religious philosophy, and it is an inspirational and culture- defining book that is to Indian society what the gospels are to the West. It is hard to overstate the importance and centrality of the Gita to Indian life.

Analysis and commentary in 28 lessons

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Society Obects

  1. To form a nucleus of the universal brotherhood of humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste, or colour.
  2. To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science.
  3. To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity.



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