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Symposium Berlin 14 september:

On Sunday 14 september 2014 the German section of The Theosophical Society Point Loma organizes its first symposium in Berlin. The theme of this symposium:

7 Jewels of Wisdom


Adress:
Relexa hotel Berlin, Anhalter Straße 8-9 10963 Berlin

The working language will be German. Visit the German section on the I.S.I.S.foundation website for more information (in German), or read more in English here.

Click here for registration.

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Follow the symposium ‘How our consciousness changes our brain’ live

The symposium can be followed live on May 17-18 in three languages:
English,
Dutch, and
German (only the Saturday evening program).

For more information, go to http://www.isis-foundation.org/symposium/.

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I.S.I.S. symposium 17 and 18 May:

On Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 May 2014 the I.S.I.S. Foundation organizes its yearly symposium. The theme of this year is:

How our consciousness changes our brain


The working languages are both English and Dutch; the lectures will be translated simultaneously. Visit our symposium website for more information.

The lectures of last year's symposium Practical spirituality can be watched here.

Lucifer Vol. 1 2014

New issue of Lucifer - Practical Spirituality

We are glad to present the third issue of Lucifer – Messenger of Light. In contrast to the former issues, this one has a central theme:

Practical spirituality beyond matter, in society.


It is meant to present clear and inspiring theosophical answers to the growing confusion around 'spirituality' in the world.

The articles in this issue are closely linked to each other, forming one unity. Read more >>

The Secret Doctrine Commentaries

NEW: Online literature

The Theosophical Society Point Loma - Blavatskyhouse introduces a new initiative: to place Theosophical literature online.

Our policy is to keep the texts of great Theosophical teachers available in their original form, authorized by the author. We started with making available the works of H.P. Blavatsky and G. de Purucker.

Visit the Online literature page on this website for more information.

Introducing...

Who are we? Watch this new video introduction to find out!

The name I.S.I.S. stands for International Study centre for Independent Search for truth.

The Foundation is the external holding of The Theosophical Society Point Loma - Blavatskyhouse The Hague.
More about us >>

Organ Donation

On the 22nd October the Dutch Government launched a new campaign to encourage all Dutch people to register themselves as organ donor. The project however suffered a bad start as a recent high profile case in Denmark made organ donation subject of a controversial discussion in that country.

What are the facts:
A young 19-year-old woman fell into a deep coma after a car accident. A doctor asked the parents' permission to remove the organs. According to him there was not the slightest hope of a 'small wonder'. If she would wake up, the woman certainly would stay in a vegetative state for the rest of her life, he argued.

But what happened? When they disconnected her from the respiratory ventilation machine the young woman didn't die: 24 hours later she woke up. Read more >>

Welcome to the Theosophical Society

In 1875, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in New York. The Theosophical Society is part of a universal, ethical and intellectual Movement, which has been active throughout the ages.

Theosophy is a synthesis of science, philosophy and religion, the three different ways to investigate and explain life.

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15/05/14 : Follow the symposium ‘How our consciousness changes our brain’ live

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