2019 April Programme

6 April 2019 3 p.m.*

Extraordinary General Meeting

A Notice has been sent on 21 March 2019 to all members to come for this Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to approve the purchase of a new property for the Lodge. Please make an effort to come and support this historic event.

The EGM is for members only.



6 April 2019 4:30 p.m.

Man's Higher Principles and the Triple Evolutionary Schemes (Part II)

In Part 2 of his talk Hauw Tio Hiong will be covering the Three Schemes and how they interwoven and inter-blended at every point; how various Evolved Beings are involved in the process and the purpose of evolution. It is hoped that when people have accepted this teaching of ancient wisdom they will be able to position themselves well by living and working according to the Laws of Nature.


13 April 2019 4:30 p.m.

Early Members of the Theosophical Society

Tang Kwok Choon, our VP, continues his talk on this subject. The early members he will talk about include Laura C. Holloway, Comtesse d’Adhemar and Mary Gebhard.


20 April 2019 4:30 p.m.*

Did Jesus Live in India?

There is much speculation regarding the “Lost Years” of Jesus. Evidently, there is a missing gap in the life story of one of the most famous men who has ever lived. Apparently, there is no Biblical, Western, or Middle Eastern record of the whereabouts or activities of Jesus in Palestine from the age of 13 to 29. Some are convinced that Jesus lived in India during that period.


More than that, in the BBC Documentary Jesus was a Buddhist Monk, experts theorize that Jesus escaped his crucifixion, and in his mid or late 30s he returned to the land he loved so much.


Let's listen to the claims, watch the video and discuss the subject in the light of our own esoteric knowledge, facilitated by Chong Sanne.


*This is a members-only programme


27 April 2019 4:30 p.m.

I’m Dead! Now What?

In this 3-part 80 mins. video programme, Richard Brooks explores the veracity of religious and Theosophical theories on life after death. Part I looks at some Western theories. Part II explores Eastern theories, including those of Hinduism and Buddhism, while Part III examines two theosophical theories of life after death.


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