This website points to Eternal Verities, or Divine Wisdom, those visible and invisible laws of Nature behind the panorama of external phenomenal change. In the nineteenth century, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (H.P.B.) and her co-worker William Quan Judge (WQJ) , in line with the Great Masters, re-articulated and re-verified, under cyclic law, the perennial wisdom in order to re-awaken the spiritual intuitions of the race and mitigate the prevailing tendency of the modern finitizing mind fixed on scientific materialism, religious sectarianism, and glorified selfishness. In the twentieth century, Shri Raghavan N. Iyer (RNI), a Magus Teacher, enunciated the universal, living power of Theosophy through compassionately and profoundly deepening the expression of Divine Wisdom on behalf of all sentient beings.
Mahatma Gandhi, in his timely encounter with H. P. Blavatsky and others, became an exemplar of the Theosophical spirit. He drew upon ancient truths from all traditions while continually re-imagining creative expressions of the eternal teachings in thought and action, fusing heart and mind in order to be of service to others. He exemplified H. P. Blavatsky’s description of who is a Theosophist – “an original thinker, a seeker after the eternal truth, ‘with an inspiration of his own’ to solve the universal problems.” Each human being in whatever circumstance can conduct a heart-felt, self-devised study and contemplation of Theosophical truths with a willingness to be of selfless service while correcting one’s foibles through the inner light of universal principles. This self-devised journey of sincere questioning and devotion to Truth can lead to the noble end in view: “…the dissemination of the Fundamental Principles of the philosophy of Theosophy, and the exemplification in practice of those principles, through a truer realization of the SELF; a profounder conviction of Universal Brotherhood.” (excerpted from the United Lodge of Theosophists Declaration).
This site is dedicated to the sacrifices of Great Masters of Wisdom and to all teachers of the perennial philosophy who live and breathe for the sake of universal brotherhood.
The great and peaceful ones live regenerating the world like the coming of the spring; having crossed the ocean of embodied existence themselves, they freely aid all others who seek to cross it. The very essence and inherent will of Mahatmas is to remove the suffering of others, just as the ambrosia-rayed moon of itself cools the earth heated by the intense rays of the sun.