United Lodge of Theosophists, London, UK

Sunday talks and study forums



Sundays from 7 – 8:30 pm and the first and third Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm at 62 Queen’s Gardens W2 3AH

The Sunday and Wednesday meetings are at Robert Crosbie House and also available online for those who cannot come in person. To join by Skype, follow the link or email info@theosophy-ult.org.uk

During the summer there are some changes to the schedule and format of the usual programme, so please click here for all the details and dates.

July 2019

Wed 3rd The Law of The Return of Impressions – 7 to 9 pm
“Every thought we have has its return of impression; every feeling we have has its return. All react upon us, coming back either impoverished or enriched.” On how to make good use of cyclic law. Click here for the study text.
Sun 7th A Turkish Effendi on Christendom and Islam (published by H. P. Blavatsky) – 7 to 8.30 pm (text here)
A Turkish Adept’s insight into the conflict between Christendom and Islam and its philosophical basis. This original letter offers a deep analysis of the problem of winning hearts and minds in the Middle East.
Sun 14th Jesus and The Brotherhood of the Essenes – 7 to 8.30 pm
First century historians had never heard of Jesus or his crucifixion. HPB taught that the New Testament is an esoteric allegory founded upon universal truths about the Logos and much more.
Wed 17th Artificial Intelligence: A Theosophical Approach – 7 to 9 pm
Exploring the concept of A.I.: should we be afraid of it or embrace it? Is it linked to the idea of “collective intelligence”? We’ll find out how Theosophy sheds light on this very contemporary topic. (AI a Theosophical Approach handout)
Sun 21st Dialogue on The Mysteries of The Afterlife (from “The Key to Theosophy” by HPB) – 7 to 8.30 pm 
If we clearly understand what Theosophy means by the Ego we’ll be better able to comprehend what is said about the after-death states of consciousness and the sevenfold constitution of the human being. Click here for the study text, p. 156-171.
Sun 28th Knowledge – Absolute and Relative (article by B. P. Wadia) – 7 to 8.30 pm
Is there only relative knowledge . . . or can there truly be such a thing as absolute knowledge? Our ideas about this philosophical question have profound and practical implications. Click here for the study text, p. 17-23 in physical book, p. 14-19 in PDF.

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full programme of Events for Sundays & Wednesdays

The Sunday meetings provide access to Theosophy through a programme of talks and the reading, study, and discussion of original articles. The meetings are generally suitable for all, whether new to the philosophy or familiar with it, although some Sanskrit words and other terms used need to be learned in order to describe metaphysical concepts.  There are comparatively few in number and most are in the Glossary.

The meetings are from 7 to 8:30 pm at 62 Queen’s Gardens, W2 3AH.

The nearest stations are Paddington, Bayswater and Lancaster Gate.

All are welcome and there are no charges; please arrive promptly!


You can come without booking, although do call if you would like to ask for more details, 020 7723 0688 or 07753 619 953 or email us using the contact form, where you’ll also find directions.

Links to the Newsletter and correspondence course.


Theosophy and the ULT

The Lodge programme takes up the writings of two of the original and most active founders of the Theosophical Society, H. P. Blavatsky and William Q Judge, along with those of Robert Crosbie, the founder of the ULT.

The influence of the Theosophical movement has popularised the Eastern ideas of karma and reincarnation and introduced to the West practices such as meditation and the – then-radical – concepts of non-violent resistance and the inter-connectedness of all life. Its scholarly and fact-based philosophy has given rise to the study of reincarnation research and man’s consciousness, both being important subjects in their own right as some of the keys to man’s well-being and his balanced psychological development.

Such developments as these have become clearly better understood and accepted over the past 100 years and are entering the mainstream due to the spread of theosophical ideas… including its New Age spin offs, cranky as some are.

Robert Crosbie was a pupil of the two founders and started the ULT in 1909 because he wished to see their work continued along the same lines and with their ideals. The programme of the ULT remains loyal to these original pioneers, whose writings remain far above that of later authors and who are the most reliable and trusted sources of the Perennial Wisdom of theosophy.

To find out more about this sustainable, rational and life-enhancing system of thought, get in touch or come to the meetings.

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