Unless otherwise stated, all meetings are held at St Francis' Church, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 2LF and start at 7.30pm. Tekels Park is accessed via Tekels Avenue off Park Road. All meetings are open to the public and ALL are welcome to attend.
The Theosophical Society in England
The Objects of the Theosophical Society are:
1. To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
2. To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science.
3. To investigate the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in man.
Theosophy invokes and studies ideas at the forefront of the arts, modern science and theology. It has put forward detailed ideas regarding the nature of consciousness; it has restated doctrines found in the Ancient Wisdom (for example, that all matter is alive and that, therefore, there is no death); All created beings contain hidden light - a fact that has been revealed by science and is the means by which we are all connected in Oneness.
The Threefold Path
Of Universal Brotherhood
Of Seeking Wisdom
Of Unveiling Mysteries
All who are in symathy with our stated objects are welcome to apply for Fellowship of the Society. Subscription fees applicable are available on request from the Treasurer. Senior citizens, members of the same family and those in receipt of benefits may pay a reduced fee.
Theosophy is a modern word for a body of knowledge that has its origins in the ancient past. Have you ever considered you would like to discover and learn more about world religions, science and philosophy; or to explore the origins, purpose and universal law that lie behind them?
Founded in 1875, the Theosophical Society has members worldwide. We love looking and thinking about the world in fresh and different ways. Come along, meet new people, and join us in enjoying fascinating talks, study groups and social events.
We are friendly, informal group and everyone is welcome.
Admission is free but an optional donation of £3 is welcomed.
THEOSOPHY emphasises the idea of One Life pervading all kingdoms of nature and the FACT of universal brotherhood. It tries to answer basic questions about life and death without requiring belief in dogma. It gives comfort to those suffering bereavement or injustice by explaining how the universal laws of cause and effect operate through many lives on this and other worlds.