Information on our Subject 

Below are various Web Sites – all of which can be found online.

and Books – obtainable on Amazon

and the following useful site -

Projects – see the Project page for organisations working with the ideas explored in this web site.

Glastonbury Web Sites - providing funds to community projects in Glastonbury. - range of support services to individuals and projects - what’s on in the town. listing of local activities well, gardens and events a look at unconventional Glastonbury

Other Web Sites

There are many relevant web site - a few are listed below. The Theosophical Society is a worldwide organisation founded in 1875 to continue the work of Madame Blavatsky - Its primary aim is universal brotherhood without distinction of race, creed, colour, gender - Excellent encyclopaedia of Theosophical terms - The Lucis Trust continues the work of Alice Bailey -  it is dedicated to the establishment of a new and better way of life for everyone in the world based on the fulfillment of the divine plan for humanity. - continuing the work of Rudolf Steiner - Exploration of Gnostic and Hermetic beliefs - One of many online mystery schools - Fritjof Capra explores how Science and Spirituality can be fused in a single integrated system of thinking -  Exploring the search for harmony and inner peace, self-fulfilment, self-realization, peace of mind and calmness. 


Useful Books

There are hundreds if not thousands of relevant books – but below are a few as an introduction to our subject:

Underhill, Evelyn - Mysticism - esoteric and Mystic beliefs

Undrhill,Evelyn - Practical Mysticism

Steiner, Rudolf Knowledge of Higher Worlds - Anthroposophical beliefs

Initiates, Three The Kybalion – Hermetica

Farthing, Geoffrey A Deity, Cosmos and Man – Theosophy

Huxley, Aldous - The Perennial Philosophy

Besant, Annie The Ancient WisdomTheosophy and Perennial Philosophy

Holman, John – The Return of the Perennial Philosophy 

Schwartz, Barry and Sharpe, Kenneth - Practical Wisdom