Encyclopedic theosophical glossary? That's online much longer, since about the year 2000, I believe.
It's useful indeed, containing somewhat more explanations of terms than the books in the TSs have. On scribd there are PDF versions of the complete work.
There is a review of TE published in Psypioneer November 2010 [ archived at www.woodlandway.org ] but generally speaking the book publication of TE appears to have been met by indifference, with few if any reviews. The plan to put a revised and expanded edition on line is a good one. Details can be found at some pages under construction
I hope that the proprietors are able to secure the confidence of theosophical scholars in the wider sense, including not just those active in Theosophical societies, but the academic community. It may be, of course, that Modern Theosophy is in terminal decline and the relative lack of interest in TE , whose scope is described at http://www.theosophy.ph/encyclo.html is a symptom of the receding wave. if you have perused the Encyclopedia, please contribute your reactions to it; if you have not I can recommend it as a fruitful and challenging intellectual experience.
The Theosophical Encyclopedia is available at www.theosophy.ph According to Mr. Vic Hao Chin, one of its editors and past president of the Theosophical Society of the Philippines, works are now on the way to have it available in the web similar to wikipedia. The Theosophical Encyclopedia is a compilation of 1,200 articles by 110 authors, including:
and more than a hundred others.
Phil S. Harris
Vicente Hao Chin Jr.
just fyi -
A book that has a solid Academic collaboration is:
Dictionary of Gnosis & Western Esotericism. Edited by Wouter J. Hanegraaff
This includes the much broader range of Traditional Theosophy our site is directed toward.
Further info regarding the Theosophical Encyclopedia:
The most comprehensive single source of theosophical knowledge ever published. It contains articles on: