Theosophical Society Edinburgh Programme
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Thursday 1st: You - The Theosophical Society and it's History a presentation by committee members with a discussion
Thursday 8th: White Lotus Day Madame Blavatsky - Her Legacy. Presentation and Discussion by Christine Gear
Thursday 15th: Mayan Astrology by Vanessa Smer
Sunday 18th: Alnwick Castle day excursion
Thursday 22nd: The Mysticism In St John's Gospel by Brian Cooper.
Thursday 29th: The Visionary World Of Karl Heinz Stockhausen by Alan Senior
Thursday 5th: Taoism A Religion? by John D. Lawrence
Thursday 12th: The Echoes of History, Astrology and It's Meaning Today by Dawne Kovan
Saturday 14th: National AGM Colin Price Theosophy and Christianity - four questions and HP Blavatsky and the Apocalypse
Thursday 19th May: The Vatican Heresy. 2013 Talk/Film by International Author and Presenter Robert Bauval
Thursday 26th June: Edinburgh AGM
Everyone welcome. Admission £2 (or £1 for members of the Theosophical Society)
Programme of talks
Please note that all events take place on Thursday evenings, unless otherwise
stated** and start promptly at 7.30pm, at the
Edinburgh Theosophical Society, 28
Great King Street, EH3 6QH.
Admission is £1 for members and £2 for nonmembers.
Everyone welcome, especially newcomers.
For information on becoming a member of the Edinburgh Theosophical Society, or if you would like to be added to the programme mailing list
contact Christine Gear, tel: 0131 333 3406
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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