We are currently enrolling new students to the Diploma in Theosophy 2021, and you can now apply online here.

Commencing in March, eight subjects will be released on a monthly basis, allowing flexible online Learning with Tutor Support. Test quizzes will be provided for you to assess your understanding as you progress through the course. The final online examination will take place in December 2021 in the form of three multichoice quizzes.

The fee is £30 for Members or Associates of the Theosophical Society in England.

Become an Associate today for £10, and gain access to all upcoming TS zoom lectures for one year, plus join the Diploma in Theosophy for £30.

If you have already completed the Diploma, then you can apply for The Higher Diploma in Theosophy 2021, the fee is £30 for Members or Associates.

The Theosophical Society was formed in 1875 to promote an understanding of Esoteric Teachings.

These teachings, sometimes called ‘The Ageless Wisdom’, which was previously only available to initiates in Secret Orders has found expression down the ages in philosophies, sciences, mysticism, religions and the arts.

The Theosophical Society, now active in over 50 countries, is composed of people belonging to any belief system or to none, who have an aspiration for truth.

Central to the concerns of Theosophy is the desire to promote understanding and brotherhood among people of all races, creeds and philosophies. Devotion to truth, love for all living beings and commitment to a life of altruism marks the true Theosophical Path.

The Aims of the Theosophical Society are:
To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color.

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

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

The Theosophical Society in England
The aims of the T. S. in England (registered charity) are to promote moral and spiritual welfare, and the advancement of education, through the promotion and study of Theosophy, and the dissemination of the results of such study to the public.

The emblem of the Theosophical Society is composed of several ancient sacred symbols, and a summary of their meanings is given here, on the TS Adyar website.

It is a symbolic representation of the truth behind and within many traditions.

Become a Member

We welcome anyone over the age of 10 years who is in sympathy with and Accepts the Three Objects of the Theosophical Society. Young people under the age of Eighteen must have permission from their parent or Guardian.

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