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'''Teopedia''' (greek θεος - god; παιδεία — study) - the theosophical encyclopedia, build from works of different thinkers, who follow the theosophical ideology, which is widely  spread by The Theosophical Society and other theosophical organizations and individuals.
 
'''Teopedia''' (greek θεος - god; παιδεία — study) - the theosophical encyclopedia, build from works of different thinkers, who follow the theosophical ideology, which is widely  spread by The Theosophical Society and other theosophical organizations and individuals.
  
The goal of Teopedia is to provide the most comprehensive idea about any conception or a phenomenon. Objectivity could be obtained by comparison of opinions of various authorities, and since the authorities are different for everyone, there are the separate sections for every each of them. People trusting some authorities can limit their studies by the chosen sections, but for interested persons there is a possibility to familiarize with opinion of other thinkers.
 
 
Unlike [http://en.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia], Teopedia can and will include articles not only scientifically-atheistic, but also scientifically-religious, scientifically-philosophical, scientifically-mystical and so forth as all these directions of human thinking have their facts, their observers and their scientists.
 
  
In Teopedia any religious faiths, philosophical doctrines and scientific hypotheses can be reflected. Being the theosophical encyclopedia, Teopedia will try to display all variety of human thought.
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The following are available to '''read online''':
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* '''''[[HPB-SB|H. P. Blavatsky's Scrapbooks]]''''' from Adyar archives, with scan copies of pages themselves and full text online on some of them.
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* '''''[[:t-ru-lib:Blavatsky_HP_-_Gems_from_the_East|Gems from the East]]''''' by H.P.Blavatsky with quote resources information and links to original texts.
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* '''''[[Modern Theosophical Thought]]''''' -- articles translated from Russian theosophical e-magazine.
  
To get more understanding of what Theosophy is, you can look through other [[Help:theosophical sites|theosophical sites]] and forums or read [[:Category:Literature|theosophical literature]], which you can download as the electronic books or buy via [[Help:Internet stores|Internet stores]].
 
  
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You can visit our file storage to '''download''' more:
<big>'''Currently the English section of the project needs English speaking maintainers!''' </big>
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* '''[https://disk.yandex.ru/d/SYgQwJzb3SfiqS/Text Teopedia file storage]'''
  
<big>If you are interested in spreading the theosophical thought in the way wiki can do, you are highly welcome to contact the [[User:Pavel_Malakhov|project administrator]].</big>
 
  
To get an idea about what the English section of the project might look like please visit the [[:t-ru-main:|Russian one]], which develops pretty repidly.
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Also you might be interested in learning more [[Teopedia:About|about Teopedia]], look through our [[Teopedia news (archive)|newsletters]] or subscribe to them (use form at the bottom).
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Revision as of 05:15, 20 March 2021

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If one man conquer in battle a thousand times a thousand men, and if another conquer himself, he is the greater of the two conquerors.

Teopedia (greek θεος - god; παιδεία — study) - the theosophical encyclopedia, build from works of different thinkers, who follow the theosophical ideology, which is widely spread by The Theosophical Society and other theosophical organizations and individuals.


The following are available to read online:


You can visit our file storage to download more:


Also you might be interested in learning more about Teopedia, look through our newsletters or subscribe to them (use form at the bottom).