Jan 27 AGM
Feb 10. Wayne Gatfield *
“Theosophical Masters:Buddha and Buddhism”
Feb 24. Tim Wyatt *
“The stupendous Power of human potential”
Mar 10 Cate McMahon
“Reflecting the Light of Brotherhood”
Mar 24. Tony McNeile
“Spirituality and Healing”
Apr 14 David Solomon
“The Enneagram of the Personality,a very short introduction”
Apr 28. Janet Hoult *
“Angels and Devas”
May 12. White Lotus Day
May 26 Cynthia Trasi *
“Once Upon a Time: the Hidden Wisdom of Fairy Tales.”
Jun 9 Jenny Baker. National President *
“The true Power of Brotherhood.”
Jun 23. Steve Nuttall
“The greatest gift of all – of being in tune with the infinite.”
Jul 14. Hugh Agnew
“The sacred flame of truth”
- Sponsored by National Lecturers Scheme
North West Federation Christmas Event Saturday 24 November
This will be held at the Friends Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3 BT at 1.30 pm
This is an annual social event in the Christmas Spirit with a bring and share vegetarian tea and a gift stall and raffle to raise funds for the Theosophical Order of Service, the practical side of Theosophy.
Please come along if you can
The next meeting of Bolton Theosophy group is this Sunday November 25th.
We are holding a discussion on Reincarnation and Karma.
Please bring along any questions or comments you would like to make.
Some popular questions which hopefully can be answered are….
If we have lived before, how is it that we do not remember our former lives.
Do friends and relatives meet again?
What are the intervals between death and re-birth?
Is the same ego reincarnated sometimes as a male, sometimes as a female?
Is everyone reincarnated?
Reincarnation happens because we must learn lessons on subjects like love, compassion, charity, nonviolence, peace and patience.
All Welcome. Refreshments Provided. 2.30pm start
£3 minimum donation
Bank Street Chapel school room, Crown Street, Bolton BL1 2RU
We welcome David Solomon as speaker to this Sunday’s talk at Bolton Theosophy Group on November 11th.
His talk is called “Qabalah -a short introduction“
“There is an upper, all-inclusive force, or “the Creator,” controlling everything in reality. All the world’s forces descend from this comprehensive force.
Some of these forces are familiar to us, such as gravity or electricity, while there are forces of a higher order that act while remaining hidden to us.
Qabalah holds the map or the knowledge of how these hidden forces are structured, and the laws by which they influence us.
It teaches us how to develop a sense of these forces, and finally, discover their only purpose – to bring us to the revelation of the Creator, the all-inclusive law of nature, while living in this world.”
Hopefully David’s introduction to the study of Qabalah can shed some light on these mysteries and on our own inner divinity.
Usual time, 2.30pm
Bank Street Chapel School Room, Crown St or Bank St entrances, BOLTON BL1 2RU
All welcome. £3 minimum Donation please.
The talk this Sunday 28 October is by Roy Forman and is entitled “The Self and The Eternal Being”
The talk is about the Self in regards to the unalterable truths we all encounter whilst making the genuine enquiry to uncover the mystery of Being.
Roy has been a sensitive for many years and his mediumship is described as clairsentient. He was once a seeker of truth but now just lives this truth and knowledge to his utmost ability. It is always a privilege for him to inspire others, to share wisdom gained, especially if individuals are deeply moved to find for themselves these wonderful universal truths.
In his talk today he hopes to share with us the benefits and insights gained from the journey and with the companionship of his Spirit Inspirers.
The meeting starts at 2.30 pm.
Donations Requested £3 minimum
Bank Street Unitarian Chapel School Room, Bank Street or Crown Street entrances, BOLTON BL1 2RU
North West Federation Autumn Conference, Saturday 27 October 1.30pm
Guest Speaker Teresa Keast
I hope you all can read it but I just had to screenshot the info from a poster.
1.30 pm prompt start please
All Welcome. Quaker Meeting House, School Lane, LIVERPOOL L3 1BT
Our Speaker Sunday 14 October is Peter Barton.
Peter Barton is a former National President of the Theosophical Society in England and has over 60 years membership of the Society.
He delivered the renowned Blavatsky Lecture in 2013 entitled “The Evolutionary Task of Humanity”
He also has a great love of Mystical Poetry.
He is talking on “Awakening the seed of Mahat (Divine Mind): Our actions aligning with our true potential”
All Welcome. Starts 2.30pm
Bank Street Chapel School Room, Crown Street, BOLTON BL1 2RU
£3 minimum donation please. Refreshments provided.
Meetings for Autumn 2018 are as follows
15th September Tim Wyatt –
“Weapons of a Spiritual Warrior”
The meeting this Sunday 23 September will be a talk by Julian Websdale entitled “An Outline of Modern Witchcraft”.
I’m sure Julian will give us a lot of information about the subject, but briefly “Witchcraft refers to the worldview, religion, and practices associated with using rituals that are believed to harness and focus cosmic or psychic energies to bring about some desired change.
Modern witchcraft is the largest and most common subset of neo-paganism, a diverse group of religious movements that claim to be derived from historical pagan religions.”
All welcome. 2.30pm start. £3 minimum donation.
Bank Street Chapel School Room, Crown Street, Bolton, BL1 2RU
The first meeting of the Autumn is on September 9th and we are happy to welcome back Ted Capstick, Esoteric Astrologer and Deep student of the Ancient Wisdom.
His talk is entitled “Esoteric Wisdom of the Druids – Ancient Celtic Priests”
“Druids – A sacerdotal caste which flourished in Britain and Gaul. They were Initiates who admitted females into their sacred order, and initiated them into the mysteries of their religion. They never entrusted their sacred verses and scriptures to writing, but, like the Brahmins of old, committed them to memory; a feat which, according to the statement of Caesar, took twenty years to accomplish. Like the Parsis they had no images or statues of their gods. The Celtic religion considered it blasphemy to represent any god, even of a minor character under a human figure. It would have been well if the Greek and Roman Christians had learnt this lesson from the “pagan” Druids. The three chief commandments of their religion were: – “Obedience to divine laws; concern for the welfare of mankind; suffering with fortitude all the evils of life.”
— H.P. Blavatsky, Theosophical Glossary, p. 105
All Welcome. 2.30pm Start. Refreshments Available. Minimum donation £3 please.
Bank Street Chapel School Room, Crown Street, BOLTON BL1 2RU