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History Facts - The Theosophical Society
- The Theosophical Society was officially established in 1875 as a worldwide body that aimed to advance the philosophy of theosophy.
- The founders of the Theosophical Society were Helena Blavatsky, William Quan Judge, and Henry Steel Olcott.
- The term theosophy is derived from the Greek words "theos", which means God, and Sophia, which means wisdom. Put together, Theosophy translates to "divine wisdom".
- The headquarters of the Theosophical Society is located in Adyar, Madras. Various branches were also established across India and in parts of Europe and North America.
- In 1907, Annie Besant took over as president of the Theosophical Society, who remained in the position for around 25 years. Besant traveled and lectured across the country and different parts of the world, introducing people to theosophy.
- The Theosophical society groomed a young Jiddu Krishnamurthy to become the "world teacher," who would impart wisdom uncovered through theosophical teachings. However, in 1929, shocked the society by formally parting with them, declaring that "the truth has no authority".
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