Torkom dedicated his entire life to search for the Light of Wisdom and expressed his findings and understanding in speech, writing, music, and leadership. His legacy is the expression of his inner growth. That is why TSG Foundation is dedicated to continue Torkom Saraydarian's Legacy by Publishing, Distributing, Teaching, and Preserving Torkom's Creative Works.
Torkom Saraydarian (1917-1997) was born in Asia Minor. Since childhood he was trained in the Teachings of the Ageless Wisdom under the guidance of his loving father. He continued his search and training and found how the Ancient Wisdom Teachings shed light on the man's quest to understand life. He dedicated his entire life to search for the Light of Wisdom and expressed his findings and understanding in speech, writing, music, and leadership.
His legacy is the expression of his inner growth.
The Ageless Wisdom Teachings, also known as the Ancient Wisdom Teachings, or the Teaching, is comprised of all the spiritual, religious, and philosophical teachings of leading men and women in all cultures and nations throughout time. The Teaching lays the foundation for living a life of integrity and purpose. The Teaching’s principles are guides for humanity and form the basis of all religious and philosophical thought.
Torkom always pursued the quest to understand the deeper meaning of life. As he grew up, he visited monasteries, ancient temples, and mystery schools in order to find the answers to his questions about the mystery of man and the Universe. He received instruction and training in religion and philosophy and the mystery Teachings. He was also musically trained and was able to play the violin, piano, oud, cello, and guitar.
Torkom was born in Sivas, Turkey. When he was 8 years old, his family moved to Istanbul. Then at 18, he traveled to Jerusalem to study in the Armenian Monastery for priesthood. It was there that he found the Teachings of H. P. Blavatsky, Alice A. Bailey, and Agni Yoga and became a student of the Arcane School. He became a teacher in an Armenian school, then a Meteorologist for the British Royal Air force and later immigrated to the United States in 1959.