European School of Theosophy
18th - 23rd October
The Aim of the European School
is to provide opportunities in Europe to study the original teachings of modern theosophy in order to ensure the continuing preservation and dissemination of the esoteric philosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and related source literature. This primary focus upon the original teachings enables students, wherever and however situated, to discover for themselves the value of recognising the divergence between theosophy and pseudo-theosophy. Furthermore, the School invites students to examine the relevance of theosophical ideas and ideals for current developments within the field of comparative philosophy, religion and science.
The European School of Theosophy was launched in October 1982 with a one week program of intensive study. Subsequent Schools have offered similar programs, the basis of the work being the modern theosophical classics, especially the Secret Doctrine and other writings of H.P.B. and The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett. The School is not part of any organisation, theosophical or otherwise, and is solely organised on the basis of loyalty to the original teachings and objects of the theosophical movement. The School has no regulations or officers and is being led by an autonomous group of students who only wish to call themselves 'organisers' of the School.
The language of the School is necessarily English but its location may vary from year to year depending on the availability of suitable accommodation. Since its inauguration in England, the School has met in Austria, Germany, Holland, Spain, Greece, Italy, Hungary, Belgium, Holland, Israel, Scotland and Wales.
Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre
1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham B29 6LJ
Tel: 0121 472 5171
By Car: The RAC website provides detailed directions for travelling by car, or search Google Maps by postcode B29 6LJ for a map.
If you have a SatNav, enter the postcode B29 6LJ
By Air: To Birmingham International. Then train to Birmingham New Street (one stop), then continue by bus or taxi.
By Train: The Trainline website offers timetable information, ticket sales and fare information for those wishing to travel by train. Trains arrive at Birmigham New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill. From Birmingham New Street, catch Bus 61, or Bus 63, or take a taxi.
By Coach: National Express offer timetable information and ticket sales, for those wishing to travel by coach to Birmingham City Centre.
THE EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF THEOSOPHY www.europeanschooloftheosophy.com
+44 (0) 20 8670 6689