Our mission is to encourage open minded inquiry into world religions, philosophy, science, and the arts 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 meets the Second and Fourth Monday of each month at:
Griggs-Midway Bldg. 1821 University Ave., St. Paul 55104 from 7:00-9:00 PM.


Enter through this main entrance on the SE corner of the building at the corner of University and Fairview in Midway. We will meet in the Conference Room S-127 on the first floor. There is a security guard at the entrance, and plenty of free off-street parking in back of the building on the Northwest side of the Griggs- Midway Bldg. Our office is Room S-153. Should our meeting room for events change, you can check this website, our Facebook page, posted fliers or ask the security guard at the main entrance desk.

Monday, August 26 7:00- 9:00 PM Room S-127
"The Light Beyond" with Dr. Raymond Moody
Exploring the Afterlife

Join us for a movie and a discussion in Coft. Rm. S-127. Our film is 80 min. long, made in 2016, features Raymond Moody, MD speaking on life, death and the pursuit of an afterlife, based on considerable case studies and research. He examines the striking similarities in near-death experiences. Over the decades, Dr. Moody has studied more than a thousand cases of near-death experience involving both adults and children. He is now recognized a leading world expert on the subject of what comes next when we die. This is one movie you won't want to miss. Stay for the discussion. Refreshments. Requested donation-$10.

Future Events:

This 2007 documetary is 90 minutes long and explores the many mysteries of ancient America with beautiful photography and intriguing description. It examines the mysteries of Petroglyphs of the Southwest, America's Stonehenge, and Secrets of the Anusazi among other places of interest. Join our brief group discussion after the movie. Take the elevator near the entrance to 330 on the third floor.Refreshments. Suggested donation.(651) 235-6645 or (612) 747-9851.

Saturday, Sept 21 2:00-5:00 pm
Native American Medicine Wheel
Conf. Rm. S-330.

This interactive group workshop will enable you to actually build and emply a Native American Medicine Wheel with a special ceremony at the fall equinox. Group leaders REnne Solberg and Paula Gardin will direct you in the construction and use of a medicine wheel for ceremonial use, so that you will be able to build your own medicine wheel when you leave this workshop presentation. We will be meeting in our new expanded conference room on the third floor. From the front entrance, take the first left to the elevator, ride the elevator to the third floor. From elevator, turn left and then left again to reach S-330. Restrooms and water fountain are also near this new conference room. Refreshments. $25. Registration at the door. 651-235-6645.