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Theosophical University Press (TUP) publishes books in print, digital, and audio formats by H. P. Blavatsky, William Q. Judge, G. de Purucker, Katherine Tingley, James A. Long, Grace F. Knoche, Kenneth Morris, Sylvia Cranston, and other authors.

Post Office Box C, Pasadena, California 91109-7107, USA
Telephone: (626) 798-3378
Email: tupress@theosociety.org

Our TUP Online site offers full-text digital editions of most TUP publications in this print catalog and several out-of-print titles, as well as back issues of SUNRISE and earlier magazines published by our Press. These may be downloaded free of charge for personal use. The online site may be searched using the Google search window on the main page.

Other languages: TUP print and digital publications are also available in DEUTSCH  ESPAÑOL  ITALIANO  NEDERLANDS  РУССКИЙ  SVENSKA. See also our Overseas Agencies page.

Books in Print from Other Publishers: Information may be found at the bottom of this page.

SUNRISE Magazine (1951-2007):  Back issues $3.00, Special Issues $4.00 unless noted. SUNRISE Online includes complete issues from October 1996 to Fall 2007 as well as several hundred articles from earlier issues, accessible by author, date, subject, and topic.

ORDERING INFORMATION for printed books. Each title listed below links to its full description.  A free printed catalog is available on request, giving your name, postal address, state, postal code and country (if outside USA). A PDF of our printed catalog is also available (free Acrobat Reader may be downloaded from Adobe).


Free Box Special:  The Secret Doctrine, photographic facsimile of the original 1888 Edition, 2-volume set, smyth-sewn, softcover. We have a fairly large supply of  "Press 2nds," that is, books with minor imperfections that have accumulated over the years. They are available for the price of shipping, $8.00 per set (USA only, contact TUP for foreign postage). Retail only. Limit 2 sets per customer.

Books available through TUP listed by author:

Amneus, Nils A.

A. Trevor Barker:

H. P. Blavatsky: (author biography)

Mabel Collins:

Sylvia Cranston:

Alan E. Donant:

Raphael Girard:

Bruce C. Hall:

Vernon Harrison:

William Q. Judge: (author biography)

Harischandra Kaviratna:

Grace F. Knoche: (author biography)

James A. Long: (author biography)

Reginald W. Machell:

Kenneth Morris:

G. de Purucker: (author biography)

T. Subba Row:

Charles J. Ryan:

Louis Claude de Saint-Martin:

W. T. S. Thackara:

Katherine Tingley: (author biography)

Elsa-Brita Titchenell:

Theosophical Society:

Theosophical Society Children's Committee:

Deodars Devanagari — Sanskrit Font in TrueType and Type1 for Windows format $20.00 zipfile, email delivery


TUP Titles in Other Languages: Many TUP titles are published in Dutch, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish editions. Catalogs and/or booklists are available from the respective TUP Overseas Agencies. (If in the USA, contact TUP Pasadena.)

Discounted "Hurt" Books: For those with limited income, TUP has a small stock of "hurt" books — press seconds with minor manufacturing flaws and/or shopworn returns from bookstores. These books are offered at one-third discount off catalog prices (prison inmates: half price, see next paragraph). Like TUP firsts, they should last a lifetime if given reasonable care. This offer applies to TUP titles only (not to Other Publisher titles) and is subject to availability. When ordering please give alternate choices and/or request for credit or cash refund.

Prisoner Discounts: TUP offers inmates a 50% discount on TUP "hurt" books. Firsts are offered at 20% off (all titles). To qualify, please indicate "Inmate Discount" on your order.

Bookmaking at TUP: As works on theosophy often become lifelong companions, TUP makes every effort to produce books that are readable and durable, yet reasonably priced. Special care is given to the selection of attractive typefaces and acid-free paper with a nonglare surface for comfortable reading.

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