The Theosophical
Society in Australia

With International Headquarters at Adyar, Chennai, India.

Website Policy

The Theosophical Society (TS) in Australia maintains its website as a service to its members and the public. It is designed to provide quick access to information about the TS in Australia and act as a resource for those interested in Theosophy.

The overall coordination of the website is the responsibility of the Electronic Media Committee, which includes the President and Education Co-ordinator. The webmaster is appointed by the national Executive Committee. Material to be placed on the website has to be approved by the website Committee which is also appointed by the national Executive. The Australian Section’s website includes some links to web pages that are not part of its website. The TS in Australia is not responsible for the information or links contained in those web pages and the presence of these links is not an endorsement of those sites. The TS in Australia may discontinue an external link at any time if it becomes aware a particular site provides or promotes false, slanderous, divisive, illegal or immoral information.

Every effort has been made to ensure that all images used on this website are public domain or copyright free. Authorship and provenance, where available, may be found at our image gallery. The website is owned by The Theosophical Society in Australia and is copyright protected under the law. The emblem or seal of The Theosophical Society, for example on the top left of the website's masthead, is the intellectual property (Trademark) of The Theosophical Society in Australia and may not be used in any publication without the permission of The Theosophical Society in Australia. Permission is given only to Lodges/Branches and Certified Groups in the Australian Section.


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