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Newsletter of the Theosophical Society
Title : Newsletter of the Theosophical Society Newsletter of the Theosophical Society
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Creator : Adelaide Theosophical Society
Source : Voice, July/August 1980
Date of creation : 1980
Format : Magazine
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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The Theosophical Society refer to themselves as 'the original New Age movement'. For over 100 years the Adelaide lodge of the Theosophical Society has run public lectures and seminars, as well as yoga, healing and meditation groups. Members are involved in ecology and conservation, supporting refugee groups, Aboriginal welfare, aged care, and animal welfare. They support charities such as Austcare and Freedom from Hunger, and send delegates to the South Australian Branch of the United Nations and the National Council of Women. This is referred to as the 'order of service' or 'the hands of the Theosophical Society'.

Related names :

Theosophical Society. Adelaide lodge

Coverage year : 1980
Place : Adelaide (S. Aust.)
Region : Adelaide city
Further reading :
The voice , Adelaide, S. Aust.: Adelaide Theosophical Society, 1972-
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