Theosophical Society Glasgow Programme
Welcome to the Theosophy In Scotland Glasgow page.
Programme of talks
Also rooms available for lease or occasional use
Contact: Malcolm McQueen on 07780 727 579 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow Theosophical Society 17 Queen Crescent, G4 9BL(5 mins walk from St Georges Cross Underground)
Join us at the TS in the friendly surroundings of our growing library of books on all aspects of thsureligion,
philosophy, theosophy and esoteric interest.
Membership is £15/ year (includes library) Weekly Thursday Talk 7.30pm (£3 members, £5 non members
The Theosophical Society
17 Queens Crescent (off West Princes St) Behind St Georges X underground
Contact: Malcolm McQueen 07780 727579 after 6pm email@example.com
One of our Foundation speakers Atma Trasi
His talk was on
Ramana Maharshi - A 20th Century Master of Wisdom
"Ramana's life and his teachings are the purest of India; they are a message to humanity that threatens to lose itself in the chaos of its unconsciousness and lack of self-control" - Dr Carl Jung. Very little is known of Ramana in the West. This talk is an attempt to rectify this to a small extent.
This photo was taken at the Glasgow lodge on Sat 29th October.
The orb captured is the biggest one seen in the building to date.
There is no religion or law higher than Truth
Three Objects of the Society
- To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste, or color.
- To encourage the study of Comparative Religion, Philosophy, and Science.
- To investigate unexplained laws of Nature and the powers latent in Man.
The Esoterica Magazine:
Winter/Spring 2011 Vol2 no1
"The word Theosophy has been used for many centuries; it is a compound word of Greek
origin meaning Wisdom of the
Gods (Theos - of Gods,
Sophia - wisdom). Wisdom
cannot be enclosed within
words, it is Truth which must be
discovered and experienced.
Each of us must find our own
'Truth' and strive to understand
our own spiritual nature"
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