Auckland Theosophical Centre Library has available to members a unique collection of sacred texts and significant works on philosophy, science, and the world’s religions. Prominence is given to the ancient traditions of the of the world, with sacred texts and commentaries arranged in the historical, cultural, and geographical context in which they evolved. In this way, the reader may follow the recurrent ideas that have helped people of all cultures find a deeper meaning in life.
Also included is a wealth of material on Western philosophy, comparative religion and mythology, theosophy, mysticism, alchemy, Masonry, Rosicrucianism, and traditional as well as leading-edge fields of science.
The primary objective of the Library is to provide the resources for research into the Wisdom Traditions and their relevancy for today with particular regard to the Three Objects of the Theosophical Society.
The public is welcome to browse and study, and members are available to discuss theosophy and to assist in particular areas of interest and research. There is also a small Reference Library.
Where are we: 4 Warborough Ave, Epsom, Auckland
Fridays: Noon to 2pm
Saturday 10am – 12.00pm.
Phone: (09) 524 7994 answered personally within these hours.
Also open before Thursday night members’ meetings, Monday night study classes and public talks. Visitors and enquiries are welcome.