To spread broadcast the teachings of Theosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge


Welcome to the United Lodge of Theosophists in Philadelphia!

U.L.T Lodge at 1917 Walnut St. Philadelphia

The United Lodge of Theosophists in Philadelphia is open to the public and welcomes you to attend its meetings, which are free and open to all. The lodge has been in Philadelphia since 1925 and has been at 1917 Walnut Street since 1945, where there is a reference library containing books and publications related to the theosophical teachings.

Many students of Theosophy from all races, creeds, ages and languages come to the lodge to listen to lectures, explore the library and meet with others interested in the teachings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge.

Lecture Hall The policy of every Lodge is independent devotion to the cause of Theosophy, without professing attachment to any Theosophical organization. It is loyal to the great Founders of the Theosophical Movement, but does not concern itself with dissensions or differences of individual opinion.

The United Lodge of Theosophists, or ULT, was founded in 1909 by Robert Crosbie (1849-1919), who wanted to return the focus to the original writings. Therefore, ULT serves to preserve and "spread Broadcast the original teachings of Theosophy as found in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge."

The purpose of the ULT is to disseminate the fundamental principles of the philosophy of Theosophy. It is not the goal of the ULT that more people might call themselves "Theosophists," rather that the effects of the Movement will serve to leaven the mind of the human race. As an effect lies in germ-form deep within its cause, "independent devotion to the cause of Theosophy" is the policy of ULT.

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