United Lodge of Theosophists, London, UK

Sunday talks and study forums


Sundays from 7 – 8:30 pm

Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm


ULT, Robert Crosbie House, 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 the schedule and format change, there are only two Wednesday meetings a month and no Sundays in August, click here for the full programme.



Wed 4th   Three Great Transcendentalists (7 pm – 9 pm)
Examining the teachings of Meister Eckhart from the Middle Ages along with Louis Claude de Saint-Martin & Ralph Waldo Emerson of 18th & 19th c., all of whom made a great impact on metaphysics. (text)

Saturday 7th Seminar   The Evidence for Reincarnation & its Social Impact (2:45 – 6:15 pm)

We will explore the solid basis for reincarnation that both modern scientific research and philosophical logic provide, and investigate how a wider acceptance of the law of rebirth could improve our society and relationships through-out all stages of life. A Seminar with talks, study groups and Q&A panels. (Handouts on this page)

Sun 15th   The Three Planes of Human Life (article by William Q. Judge, 7 – 8:30 pm)
We all function on three different planes of consciousness at three different points of each day. The Adepts or Masters have become fully conscious in the higher states; Judge explains how we can too.
(text, PDF page no. 249 in the book it is Vol 1 p 294; plus Mandukya Upanishad)

Wed 18th  Each Member a Centre and other articles (by William Q. Judge, 7 – 9 pm)
Theosophy is an altruistic Movement that is for the benefit and good of our fellow man, so each individual can become a centre of beneficent force that is able to influence and help their community.

Sun 22nd   Old Philosophers and Modern Critics (article by H. P. Blavatsky, 7 – 8:30 pm)
In this article, HPB explains the essence of the Vedic cosmogony of ancient India and compares it with the Platonic and Pythagorean systems. We will explore the correspondences between them.

Sun 29th  Psychic Laws, Forces, and Phenomena  (from ‘The Ocean’ by William Q. Judge, 7 – 8:30 pm)
Many people recognise the existence of psychic forces, laws, and powers. These reside within everyone and within Nature itself; so we need to correctly comprehend their proper purpose and use.

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handouts from past events here

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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 suitable for all, whether new to the philosophy or those familiar with it. Some Sanskrit words and other terms are used to describe metaphysical concepts, but these are comparatively few, most are in the Glossary.

The Sunday meetings are from 7 to 8:30 pm at 62 Queen’s Gardens, London W2 3AH, the nearest stations are Paddington, Bayswater and Lancaster Gate.

All are welcome, there are no charges, but please arrive promptly.



You can come without booking, although please call if you would like 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 concepts of the inter-connectedness of all life and non-violence. Its scholarly and fact-based philosophy has given rise to research and study of reincarnation and man’s consciousness, both being important subjects in their own right as some of the keys to man’s well-being and our social and psychological progress.

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.

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 study it at the meetings.


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