Theosophical Search

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Theosophical Search is a web-based program that uses the Google or Bing search engines to search Theosophical websites. It can be accessed from any electronic device connected to the internet such as computers, tablets, phones, etc., at the link The Theosophical Search application was designed by Joe Hasiewicz, member of the Theosophical Society in America, supported by the Partners in Theosophy program.

Theosophical Search allows researchers, speakers, authors and students to quickly locate Theosophical sources on the web, using keywords or literal strings (i.e., exact text.) The user can choose to search on specific preset websites or books. For example, one can search for a literal string such as “Astral Light” in H. P. Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine to find what she has written in that book, or extend the search to other books such as her Collected Writings.

This website has detailed instructions on how to make use of the site. For questions and support, or to contact the web master with suggestions write to