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Truths

The School of Theosophy presents classes in Basic Theosophy & Mediation twice a year, Spring and Fall Semesters. Each Semester runs for 10 weeks. Classes are held on Sunday afternoons from 3:00 to 4:30 P.M. Pre-registration for classes is required for new students. Prior graduate students may attend and audit the classes anytime.

Contact us for current class schedules, syllabus, and fees.

THEOSOPHY

Theosophy is ancient and timeless Wisdom. The Vedas refer to it as The Sanatan Dharma, The Eternal Wisdom Religion which has always existed and always "IS." In the West we have the teachings of Plato, and the Neo-Platonic Philosophers referred to as the Perennial Philosophy which mirrors this Vedic Wisdom.

The Modern Theosophical Movement organized in 1875 by H.P. Blavatsky, Henry Steele Olcott, William Quan Judge, and others, is a modern recension and repository of these Ancient Wisdom Teachings.

The Modern Source Books for our Theosophical Teachings are the writings of Madame Blavatsky particularly The Secret Doctrine, and Isis Unveiled. And also the writings of the Adept Brothers found in The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett.

Wishing to avoid all type of authoritarianism and dogmatism, Madame Blavatsky cautioned her students not to enshrine her writings with any authoritarian veil or sacredness. She said that her works were only meant to Point to TRUTH.

For many The Secret Doctrine itself is found to be very abstract and difficult to comprehend.

Fortunately for us, Madame Blavatsky's later students have gifted us with the results of their scholarship and understanding, giving us a simplified understanding of these great principles.

There is a general consensus among Secret Doctrine scholars that groups the main teachings around the following concepts.

1. A Divine Plan
2. The Multi-dimensional Nature of Man & The Cosmos
3. Life After Death 
4. Reincarnation
5. Karma
6. The Monad, The Ego, The Personality
7. Universal Brotherhood
8. The Power of Thought
9. The Question of Evil
10. The Rise and Fall of Civilizations

The syllabus of the School of Theosophy, Orlando follows this pattern.