- Theosophy and the Theosophical Society
- Universal Brotherhood, or the Oneness of Life
- Reincarnation and Reimbodiment
- Karma, or Cause and Effect
- The Spiritual Path
- Occultism, Occult Arts, and Psychism
- What Is a Human Being?
- Old Age, Disease, and Death
- Issues Facing Humanity: such as education; meditation and altered states of consciousness; capital punishment; peace; animals and humans; euthanasia and suicide; the environment; and our world present and future.
- Sacred Seasons
- Hierarchies: The Structure of Nature
- Truth, Ethics, and Duality
- Teachers, Disciples, and the Hierarchy of Compassion
- Science: A Theosophic Perspective
- World Spiritual Traditions in a theosophical light
(General, Classical Mediterranean, Mysteries, Ancient Europe, Christianity, Mideast, Asia, Native American, sub-Sahara Africa, Australasia, etc.)
- The Arts
- Inspirational Writings
Despite its destructive tendencies, humanity is a class of young gods, part of Gaia's spiritual heart, the Hierarchy of Compassion. There are no simple, rapid cures for blindness and selfishness, for we need time to mature spiritually. Our ethics can reflect universal brotherhood -- seeing all beings as divinities and thus loved as sacred. Creative solutions to current global challenges may fuse future sciences with the arts and religion, supporting an ageless wisdom. Our capacity to live compassionately with other beings should naturally follow.
-- John Van Mater, Jr.