Welcome to the Theosophy London Centre where you will find details of our activities, the programme of events, study courses and other resources.
The aim of the group is to form a centre of brotherhood for the study and practice of living a more meaningful life, and it welcomes participation by all who share its aims and interest.
A concise introduction to Theosophy can be found in this article by William Q Judge, Theosophy Generally Stated.
H.P. Blavatsky ('HPB') and William Q Judge are widely recognised as the most reliable exponents of the perennial wisdom that is known as the Theosophical Movement.
They were founders of the original Theosophical Society in 1875.
The United Lodge of Theosophists was founded in Los Angeles in 1909 by Robert Crosbie, who had been a pupil of these two and a close colleague of Mr Judge. The ULT was first established in London in 1925.
The photos above are of (L-R): William Q Judge (1851-1896), Madame Blavatsky (1831-1891), and Robert Crosbie (1849-1919).
The Centre is a free and voluntary association of students, it is open to all enquirers and visitors, no membership is required and all events are free.
The programme of talks and discussion & study forums take place on Sundays, and on Wednesdays there are two regular study courses. Seminars on topical subjects are held quarterly on Saturdays. The details are shown on the programme of events.
The meetings and study groups are held in the Library at the Theosophy London Centre, 62 Queens Gardens, Paddington, W2 3AH. See map & directions.
It is not necessary to become an Associate of the ULT to join any of the activities, but it welcomes to its association all those who are in accord with its Declaration and realise the importance of its work.
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