I am the author of a Theosophical blog called The Academician Theosophical. I am not sure, if I am able to promote here, as there seems to be less of response from the Theosophy Nexus site. So, I have tried to find a readership base from theosophical thinkers, writers, academics, etc. I was the original writer of Circle of Asia, but moved that blog to the Academician. You can see the About page for the objective. I've studied Mythological Fables, Classics, etc., for a long time, and in that interest, I discovered Helena Blavatsky, which led me to the Modern Theosophy. However, I see aspects of her exposition that keep in line, or expand on the "Traditional" or Classical mould of Theosophies. So, I come from that perspective, however have laid out things on the blog to counteract misconceptions about Modern Theosophy; because misconceptions about Modern Theosophy in the public, has in my view, also consequentially hurt the study of Theosophy before her, and Study of Esotericism anyway. My work is independent, and I am not a member of any Theosophical Branch, but was at the American-Adyar Branch. So many ideas I am thinking and doing, based on my love of Mythology, and mysticism. I came to this site, because opinions here are very diverse, and wanted to find an audience, as I honestly do not know where to find theosophical proponents in the world today, amidst many different kinds of organisations.
For further look at the ideal and goal for publishing, see New Academicians.
I want to revive philosophy, and make public the theosophical approaches. I have yet to get to and honour some of the academics, but I will, and of theoreticians in the movement. Do not be dismayed by the political commentary; or the criticisms of contemporary theosophy. I really try to not stay so much in the Victorian era. Perhaps, you will like the blog. Thanks for adding me.