H.P. Blavatsky (one of the founders of the Theosophical Society) writes (C.W. III, p. 224-226, July 1881):

In common with most of the periodicals we remind our readers in every number of The Theosophist that its "editors disclaim responsibility for opinions expressed by contributors," with some of which they (we) do not agree. And that is all we can do. 
.... Who, we ask, in the presence of those most wonderful and most unexpected achievements of our great physicists and chemists would risk to draw the line of demarcation between the possible and the impossible

... Alive to the truism that every path may eventually lead to the highway as every river to the ocean, we never reject a contribution simply because we do not believe in the subject it treats upon, or disagree with its conclusions. Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at their right value; and unless a judge compares notes and hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision.

It is still rare to find a personal site that has a spiritual intent and also attempts to give information from the point of view of various religious and spiritual traditions themselves. This site is one such attempt. In the sections on Sufism and Buddhism for instance there is information from a traditional Sufi or Buddhist perspective, i.e. written by Sufi and Buddhist writers. There is also material that is syncretist in intent. In other words: writers who try to find the universal truth in the specific tradition(s) they are writing about. This site is generally focussed on truths, practical and metaphysical.

Or in other words, this site is an attempt to help the practice of the three objects of the Theosophical Movement:

  1. To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color
  2. To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science
  3. To investigate the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in man