Our January-February 2018 schedule is now available to view, download and print as a PDF file.

Sunday program highlights include:

  • 1/21, 1-3 pm – Clairvoyance and ESP: Connecting to the Spirits, a talk on DVD by Robyn Finseth from the Theosophical Society in America (TSA), discussion to follow. Well-illustrated

  • 2/11, 1-3:30 pm – Lecture and Exhibit at the Walters Art Museum on Art of the Americas. (Meet at the lodge first at 1 pm.) Demonstrates how diverse cultures ( including the Wari and Nasca of Peru, the Olmec of Mexico, the Jama-Coaque of Equador) express spiritual values in their decorations on figures and vessels. No cost to attend

  • 1/28 and 2/25, 1-3 pm – What Blavatsky Wrote About Egypt, Parts I and II. Her esoteric interpretations of Egypt’s place in the evolution of humanity, its myths and initiation rites, and its role in the ancient world. Continuation of our once-a-month series on Egypt in 2017-2018

All programs are free and open to all. (Donations appreciated but not required.)

Our Library Nights continue on the first and third Wednesdays, 6-8 pm, with the exception of Jan 3rdOpen Discussions are on 1/7, 2/4 and 3/4. No programs on the holiday weekends – Martin Luther King Day and Presidents’ Day.


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The Theosophical Society is nonsectarian, nonpolitical, and non-dogmatic. No acceptance of particular beliefs or practices is required to join The Theosophical Society. All in sympathy with its three Objects are welcomed as members.

The three declared Objects of the Theosophical 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 religion, philosophy and science
  • To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity