UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS

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Theosophy Summer Study Session August 2018

“THREE DAYS OF DIGGIN’ THEOSOPHY”

ANNUAL SUMMER OPEN STUDY SESSION 2018

AUGUST 9, 10 & 11

Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
All Are Welcome!  Stop by for a few minutes or stay all day, every day
Morning Sessions: The Secret Doctrine, H. P. Blavatsky
Afternoon Sessions:  The writings of William Q. Judge and Robert Crosbie
Topics based on the interest of those who attend
Friends and fellow students get together for serious discussion, real Theosophy and good company
Drop-ins always welcome
Potluck Lunch Noon to 1:30 PM

“Absolute Cinema” Movie Night: The Secret Garden, July 3rd

“ABSOLUTE CINEMA”
MOVIE NIGHT

Films and discussion from a Theosophic perspective

The Secret Garden

July 3rd, 7:00 PM

Theosophy Hall

Upstairs Pathfinder Room

All Welcome       No Charge

“Absolute Cinema” Movie Night: The Matrix Revolutions, June 5

“ABSOLUTE CINEMA”
MOVIE NIGHT

Films and discussion from a Theosophic perspective

The Matrix Revolutions

June 5th, 7:00 PM

Theosophy Hall

Upstairs Pathfinder Room

All Welcome       No Charge

“Absolute Cinema” Movie Night: The Matrix Reloaded, May 1

“ABSOLUTE CINEMA”
MOVIE NIGHT

Films and discussion from a Theosophic perspective

The Matrix Reloaded

May 1st, 7:00 PM

Theosophy Hall

Upstairs Pathfinder Room

All Welcome       No Charge

LA Times Festival of Books, April 21 & 22


LOS ANGELES TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

Student volunteers will host a table at the largest book fair in the U.S.

Visitors can ask questions, learn about Theosophy, receive free sample literature and buy books

Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22, 2018

Booth 225

North side off Jefferson Blvd at Hoover Ave

University of Southern California (USC) campus

Volunteers welcome!  Please contact Theosophy Hall for details

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“Absolute Cinema” Movie Night: The Matrix, April 3


“ABSOLUTE CINEMA”  

MOVIE NIGHT

April 3:  The Matrix

Films and discussion from a Theosophic perspective

First Tuesday of each month, 7:00 PM

Theosophy Hall

Upstairs Pathfinder Room

All Welcome       No Charge

Each month, students select a film, then view and critique it:

  • What theosophical principles were portrayed?
  • What did the film makers get right?
  • What did they miss?
  • Was it a useful film that advanced the cause of Universal Brotherhood, or other key concepts?
  • How well did it convey its message?

“Absolute Cinema”: Movie Night at Theosophy Hall

“Absolute Cinema”: Movie Night

March, 2018:  The Secret Life of Plants
February, 2018:  Theosophy Extracted: Consciousness in Science
January, 2018:  The Physician
December, 2017: The River/ La Fleuve
November, 2017: The Physician
October, 2017: The Serpent and the Rainbow
September, 2017:  Phenomenon
August, 2017:  The Wizard of Oz
July, 2017:  Theosophy Animated: “Futurama Night”
June, 2017: Baraka
May, 2017:  Lucy
April, 2017:  August Rush
March, 2017:  “The Illustration of Unity and the powers latent in the Monad”: a collage of insightful videos
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7ID10-cv7CjRWZkVk91MlNmMlE/view?usp=sharing
February, 2017:  What Dreams May Come
January, 2017: Crash
December, 2016: Eyes Wide Shut
November, 2016: Brazil
October, 2016: The Sixth Sense

Theosophy Summer Study, July 2017

“THREE DAYS OF DIGGIN’ THEOSOPHY”

ANNUAL SUMMER OPEN STUDY SESSION 2017

JULY 27, 28 and 29

Thursday, Friday, Saturday
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
All Welcomed for Exploration and Discussion
Morning Sessions: The Secret Doctrine, H. P. Blavatsky
Afternoon Sessions:  The writings of William Q. Judge and Robert Crosbie
Topics based on the interest of those who attended
Friends and fellow students gathered for serious discussion, real Theosophy and good company
Drop-ins always welcome
Potluck Lunch

LA Times Festival of Books, April 22 & 23, 2017

LOS ANGELES TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

For the fourth consecutive year, volunteers from the L.A. Lodge hosted a table at the largest book fair in the U.S.

Visitors asked questions, learned about Theosophy, received free sample literature and bought books

Saturday and Sunday, April 22 and 23, 2017

University of Southern California (USC) campus