2005 October Programme

1st October 2005 3 p.m.*

Esoteric School of Theosophy

Dr. N. C. Ramanujachary clarifies the function, goal and discipline of the Esoteric School of Theosophy (E.S.T.) and what is expected of its members. Read October 2005 newsletter.


1st October 2005 5 p.m.

Annie Besant:
A Most Wonderful Woman

A talk by Dr. N. C. Ramanujachary in memory of Dr. Annie Besant, the second International President of the Theosophical Society. Read October 2005 newsletter.


8th October 2005 5 p.m.*

We Are All Caught In The Idea of Progress

This is the first of a series of video programmes on J. Krishnamurti in dialogue with Buddhist scholars. The video will be followed by a discussion on the subject, facilitated by Chong Sanne.


15th October 2005 5 p.m.

Gnosis  &  The  Mysteries—A Look at Christianity’s Beginnings

Sis. Gertrude Weerekoon talks about Gnosticism and its various associated philosophies, during the early years of Christianity, making references to Dan Brown’s 2003 novel, The Da Vinci Code.


22nd October 2005 5 p.m.

Theosophy For Everyone

The science of life and the philosophy of living—a 52 min. video made by The Blavatsky Trust specifically to explain what Theosophy is—and isn’t—its origins in the ageless wisdoms, and how it survived suppression and distortion to blossom anew as modern Theosophy.


29th October 2005 5 p.m.

Interpretations of the Life and Teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ

A video recording of a lecture given in the Krotona School of Theosophy at Ojai, California, by renowned seer and theosophist, Mr. Geoffrey Hodson. Geoffrey Hodson is the author of the four-volume Hidden Wisdom in the Holy Bible. The talk was given by Geoffrey Hodson on November 19, 1977 when he was almost 92 years old, or about five years before his passing in 1983. The subject of the 51 mins. video recording is on the interpretations and teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ. Geoffrey Hodson explains some of the statements found in the Bible and their significance. Christians and non-Christians alike will find this talk interesting.


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