European School of Theosophy

The main focus of the EuST is the study and research of 19th century literature giving rise to the contemporary Theosophical Movement. This includes the writings of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, the Mahatma Letters and more. Western Esotericism, religions, mythologies, Eastern and Western philosophies and other subjects in the field of humanities as well as science are often blended in the programme.


Introductory courses 

Study courses for beginners focus on both the history of the Theosophical Society and Theosophical Movement, as well as introduction to the core literature its nuances, challenges and more. 


Study with us

Our courses and study programmes are designed and taught by persons who have a rich and deep experience and background on the subject they teach. 



Study Programme

Every year we organise one week of intensive study in different European countries. To see our programme for 2017 click here.



The European School of Theosophy has thirty five years of experience on introducing students to the core literature of the Theosophical Movement.   


Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Learn the thought, system and life of the main founder of the Theosophical Movement, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. 
The Mahatma Letters

The Mahatma Letters

Discover the nuances, intriguing theories and viewpoints of one of the most myterious and enigmatic writings of the 19th century.

The Spiritual Path

European School of Theosophy 2017

About the European School of Theosophy

Our Philosophy:

To incentive questioning, contemplation and a broad mind approach grounded on ethical principles of respect and consideration to all forms of life. 

The European School of Theosophy was launched in England, October 1982 by Geoffrey Farthing, Ianthe Hoskins and Adam Warcup and was under the direction of Ingrid Eberhard-Evans for many years.

About the European School of Theosophy

The main reason of its existence is to provide guided study with study material readily available. Yearly weekly classes are organized in different countries and in careful selected places to facilitate commune with nature, physical activities, contemplation and study.  

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