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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.

Griggs-Midway

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-330 on the third floor. Look for and follow the signs posted for the room location. 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.


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.




Future Events:

7-9 pm Mon. Sept. 23,
Conf. Rm. S-330 Griggs- Midway Bldg, 1821 University Ave. W, St. Paul



Where do the occidental religions come from? Who brought them to humanity? Is religion a natural awe about the wonders of the world? What causes religion to emerge? Is it a natural tendency of man?
Having as reference his book, “Awaken the Power Within,” as well as theosophical literature, presenter Albert Amao will elaborate on this fascinating and complicated subject. Archeology, scientific discoveries, and the decipherment of ancient languages during the last 100 years provide a different perspective about the nature and the origin of religion.
This talk is based on anthropological discoveries as well as ancient sacred scriptures.
In order for you to get the most out this presentation, it is strongly suggested that you bring your Bible and most importantly bring questions and inquiries about this interesting subject. This presentation may change your viewpoint about the conventional viewpoint regarding religions and their origin.
As the T.S. motto declares: “There is no religion higher than truth.
Albert Amao Soria is a graduate of San Marcos University in Lima-Peru. He holds a Ph. D. in Sociology and is a writer, public speaker, and Ageless Wisdom student. He has written extensively on metaphysics, New Thought philosophy and Hermetic Qabalah. Mr. Amao is a national speaker of the Theosophical Socidey and can be contacted at Stgermain777@gmail.com. He will be available to sign copies of his books on sale.Refreshments. $10 About our



Monday, Oct 14 7-9 pm
Power Places and the Master Builders of Antiquity
Conf. Rm. S-330.


Frank Joseph describes his collection of investigations into strange and mysterious phenomena from around the world.
His new book explores ancient and modern sacred sites, places of power, natural wonders, altered states, UFO encounters, and the afterlife. Frank investigates sites and phenomena in Egypt, China, Ireland, and throughout North America, including Oak Island, Florida’s Coral Castle, Wisconsin’s UFO hot-spot, and giant-built constructions in Illinois.
He shares the forgotten or suppressed work of extraordinary personalities, including Jules Verne, Sir Francis Bacon, and the real-life Indiana Jones, Count Byron de Prorok.
Sharing his personal investigations into a wide range of ancient mysteries and paranormal enigmas in America and abroad, Frank Joseph takes us on a journey into the high strangeness of our world.
Beginning with the work of the master builders of antiquity, the author examines Old World connections with New World sacred centers, such as the similarities between Ohio’s Mound City and the pyramids and tombs of the Giza Plateau, as well as ancient American cities of the Sun, China’s Great Pyramid, and the possibility of a Templar treasure on Oak Island.
He explores modern sacred sites, such as Iowa’s Grotto of Gems, Tennessee’s Greek Temple of the goddess Athena, and Florida’s Coral Castle. He investigates pre- Columbian sites and underwater pyramids in the Midwest, Wisconsin’s UFO hot-spot, lost Aztec Cities of Gold in Kansas, and giant-built constructions in Illinois.
He details how the intriguing acoustics of Newgrange in Ireland are echoed in its spiral carvings.
Exploring spiritual uses of altered states, he looks at the practices of Minoan snake handlers, Mayan shamans, and prophets through the ages. Providing his own investigations into classic paranormal phenomena and ancient mysteries, the author also examines evidence of the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis, and the Ark of the Covenant. He investigates wonders of our natural world, including communication with elemental beings, the numinous secrets of water, and the living soul of matter. Book sale and autograph session. Refreshments. $10