Theosophical Society
The Theosophical Society was founded in New York City in 1875 by Henry Olcott and Helena Petrovna Blavatsky who had been hosting Sunday meetings for those interested in alternative archaeology, spirituality and the occult.

Theosophy is defined as "knowledge of God" or "divine wisdom" and was intended as a fusion of esoteric and scientific inquiry. The society emblem ( pictured left ) bears a resemblance to the original insignia of the RaŽlian Movement, a religion started in France during 1973 by UFO contactee Claude Vorhillon ( aka RaŽl ).

The Theosophical Society has sometimes been associated with the idea that technology from the lost continent of Atlantis has been responsible for strange phenomenon in the Bermuda Triangle, including UFOs, USOs and strange disappearances.

The three declared Objects of the Theosophical Society are: