Third International Conference on Theosophical History
15th – 17th July 1988
The Theosophical History Centre, 50 Gloucester Place, London W1H 3HJ, aided by a grant from The Theosophical World Trust for Education and Research.
- Algernon Blackwood’s Brief Episode in the Theosophical Society – Ted G. Davy (Canada) read in absentia.
- Welcome by Dr Hugh Gray, General Secretary, Theosophical Society in England, followed by reading in absentia of; HPB’s Sources in the Key to Theosophy – Dr J-L Siémons (Paris).
- The First Theosophists? The Juliani and the Chaldean Oracles – Stephen Ronan (who has recently republished Mead’s ‘Echoes from the Gnosis)
- Metrovitch and the Carbonari Connection – Paul Johnson (Virginia USA) (In absentia)
- The Ancient Wisdom and the Modern Child – Kevin Tingay
- The Tibetan Connection; Contrary Views – Jean Overton Fuller, author of Blavatsky and her Teachers (1981)
- Robert Gilbert puts the case against.
- Rene Guenon and the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor – Ian Brown (Manjushri London Centre)
- The Renaissance Origins of Western Occultism – Simon Seligman
- There is no Religion Higher Than…. Approaching Theosophical History – Dr Gregory Tillett
- Presidential Address, Theosophical History Centre – Dr J. H. Dubbink
- The Alice Bailey Corpus in the Context of Modern World History – Thomas Daffern
- A Century of Blavatsky Lodge, London – Lillian Storey (President of the Lodge)
- Inner Adventures – Dr E. Lester Smith introduces his new Quest book, and reports on the Theosophical Research Centre
- Yeats and the T.S. After 1890 – Roger Parrisious describes some new documentary evidence