The Theosophical Society of America, organized in 1875 and first headquartered in New York City, fosters open-minded inquiry into world religions, philosophy, science, and art in order to understand the wisdom of the ages, respect the unity of all life, and help people explore spiritual self-transformation.
The Theosophical Society in Milwaukee offers a wide range of lectures and workshops in the areas of Theosophy, spirituality, religion, science, and other related subjects. Our Wednesday night lecture series is open to the public. Our library is available by appointment and when the lodge is open.
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WHAT’S NEW? Study Circle SACRED GEOMETRY
We will continue the Geometry Study Circle on the first Wednesday during winter break. Recent lectures on sacred geometry inspired us to learn more. Our new book is A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe by Michael Schneider. Each month a different member will co-facilitate. We may use geometric forms for a “hands-on-meditation” and discuss our insights. See the schedule for details.
Sessions: First Wednesday at 7 – 8:30 pm
Fall Sessions Moved to 4th Wednesday
November 3rd Wednesday
- March 6, Chapter 4
- April 3, Chapter 5 – Part 1
- May 1, Chapter 5 – Part 2
- June 5, Chapter 6 – Part 1
- July 3, Chapter 6 – Part 2
- August 28, Chapter 7
- September 25, Chapter 8
- October 23, Chapter 9
- November 20 Chapter 10 , Epilogue
Please join us on the path. Visitors welcome!
Left: Engraving,The Arched Gateway to Alexandria, a portal to knowledge.
Right: The iconic sculpture: The Calling also The Sunburst (1981-82), by Mark di Suvero at O’Donnell Park, on the Milwaukee lakefront
is a similar geometric shape to the TSA Logo above.