Theology → Occultism
Organizations relating to Occultism
Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry / Reading, UK / Est. 1935
Theosophical Society in Europe / Orléans, France / Est. 1903
Indo-Pacific Theosophical Federation / Auckland, New Zealand / Est. 1978
General Anthroposophical Society / Dornach, Switzerland / Est. 1923
United Lodge of Theosophists / Mumbai, India / Est. 1909
International Centre of the Roerichs / Moscow, Russia
International Bureau of Spiritualism / Est. 1910
Anthroposophical Society / Est. 1913
International Institute for Field-Being / Albany NY, USA / Est. 1996
United Ancient Order of Druids / Newark OH, USA / Est. 1833
International Grand Lodge of Druidism / Brøndby, Denmark / Est. 1908
European School of Theosophy / Malmö, Sweden
International Order of Naturosopholists
Nordic Spiritualist Union / Est. 1949
Theosophical Esperanto League / Est. 1910
International General Assembly of Spiritualists / Est. 1936
Independent Theosophical League
International Occult Society
International Spiritist Council / Brasilia, Brazil / Est. 1992
Theosophical Society / Chennai, India / Est. 1875
International Spiritualist Federation / Stockton-on-Tees, UK / Est. 1923
Inter-American Theosophical Federation / Los Angeles CA, USA
Pan African Theosophical Federation / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 2000
Alliance ELIANT / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2006
European Federation of Centres of Research and Information on Cults and Sects / Marseille, France / Est. 1994
Information Network Focus on Religious Movements / London, UK / Est. 1988
European Coalition on Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1999
View all profiles (59 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations
World Problems relating to OccultismFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to OccultismFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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