United Lodge of Theosophists

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The United Lodge of Theosophists or ULT is an informal and wholly voluntary association of students of Theosophy.wikipedia
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Robert Crosbie

It was founded in 1909, mainly through the efforts of Robert Crosbie.
Robert Crosbie (10 January 1849 – 25 June 1919) was a theosophist and founder of the United Lodge of Theosophists (ULT).

Theosophy

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The United Lodge of Theosophists or ULT is an informal and wholly voluntary association of students of Theosophy.
The main benefactor of the disquiet within the Back to Blavatsky movement was a rival group called the United Lodge of Theosophists.

The Theosophical Movement

Theosophical Movement Magazine
ULT India publishes the Theosophical Movement Magazine, founded under B.P. Wadia in 1930 in Mumbai.
The Theosophical Movement is a monthly magazine that was started by the United Lodge of Theosophists India under B.P. Wadia on 17 November 1930.

Theosophical Society

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The ULT is considered to be part of the second generation or the third section of the Theosophical Movement started in 1875 by H.P. Blavatsky in New York.
A third organization, the United Lodge of Theosophists or ULT, in 1909 split off from the latter organization.

B. P. Wadia

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Owing largely to the revival efforts of B.P. Wadia after Crosbie's death, there are currently about twenty active lodges spread all over the world.
He was first a member of the TS Adyar, later of the United Lodge of Theosophists.

Helena Blavatsky

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The ULT is considered to be part of the second generation or the third section of the Theosophical Movement started in 1875 by H.P. Blavatsky in New York.

Katherine Tingley

Following the death of the original founders of the movement, Robert Crosbie was witness to the ensuing rivalries around "leadership", "authority" and "succession" surrounding Katherine Tingley, who headed the American section and Annie Besant, who headed the international section from India.

Annie Besant

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Following the death of the original founders of the movement, Robert Crosbie was witness to the ensuing rivalries around "leadership", "authority" and "succession" surrounding Katherine Tingley, who headed the American section and Annie Besant, who headed the international section from India.

The Secret Doctrine

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In the meantime, the original 1888 version of The Secret Doctrine was out of print and replaced by Annie Besant's "Third and Revised Edition".

Neo-Theosophy

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This and other material which diverged significantly from H.P. Blavatsky's original presentation was denominated Neo-Theosophy.

Henry Steel Olcott

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There he discovered the works of W.Q. Judge who was considered a renegade by the Theosophical Society under Annie Besant and Col. Olcott.

Raghavan N. Iyer

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A founding member of the Santa Barbara branch of the United Lodge of Theosophists, he also co-founded the Institute of World Culture in Santa Barbara in 1976, and remained its president until 1986.

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Olivia was the founder of the first Theosophist lodge in Puerto Rico on December 31, 1906.

Henry Geiger

He “had been variously a chorus boy on Broadway, a journalist, a conscientious objector in World War II, a commercial printer, and a lecturer at The United Lodge of Theosophists in Los Angeles.” Abraham Maslow called him “the only small ‘p’ philosopher America has produced in this century.” Geiger was also an advocate of Edward Bellamy's type of socialism.

Dion Fortune

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She then involved herself with Bomanji Wadia and his United Lodge of Theosophists, through which she claimed to have contacted the Himalayan Masters.

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Theosophical Society in America

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Other groups split off from Tingley's organization over the years, becoming Theosophical Society in America (Hargrove) the Theosophical Society of New York, the United Lodge of Theosophists, and Temple of the People in Halcyon, California.

Sophia Wadia

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The Wadias founded several branches of the United Lodge of Theosophists in various places in Europe and founded the first Indian branch in Mumbai in 1929.

Wilfred Talbot Smith

After settling in Los Angeles, Smith gained a job at the Southern California Gas Company, entered into a relationship with a woman named Ann Barry, and began attending occasional meetings of the United Lodge of Theosophists, an esoteric organisation centred in the city.

St. Germain (Theosophy)

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According to The Theosophical Society (not to be confused with the United Lodge of Theosophists) and the Ascended Master Teachings, Saint Germain was incarnated as the following.

Theosophical Society in America (Hargrove)

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Hargrove can thus be seen as an obstetrician to the United Lodge of Theosophists.

The Indian Institute of World Culture

The IIWC is closely associated, in its founding principles, with the United Lodge of Theosophists (ULT) and historically, with the ULT's Bengaluru lodge.

Brian Stonehouse

During his final years Stonehouse was an active Theosophist living at the London branch of the United Lodge of Theosophists.