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'The Alister Hardy Trust (AHT) provides a focal point for people interested in the study of spiritual, religious and psychic experiences ... It’s about an aspect of natural human experience. It can come to us, or arise in us, suddenly, at any time, in any place, and can affect and even change our lives. It can happen to anyone, whether religiously inclined or atheist, spiritually inclined or materialist, and regardless of age, sex, nationality or culture. It is called "spiritual" and "religious" because it is seen as either or both ...'

'The UK’s longest running weekly mind body spirit events company and is internationally known as UK's landmark speaking platform for spiritual teachers, alternative thinkers, conscious business leaders and visionary thought provokers.'

Established 2000: 'In general terms, Anomalistic Psychology attempts to explain paranormal and related beliefs, and ostensibly paranormal experiences in terms of known or knowable psychological and physical factors'.

'There are many local astrology groups throughout the UK and Ireland, run by enthusiastic organisers who work hard to promote astrology. Most local groups host events and talks at very low cost in their local area, and some run classes – local groups are the lifeblood of astrology, and in many cases are the main means by which astrology enthusiasts in an area get to know each other, and hone their astrology skills ... The Astrological Association encourages and supports local groups, by offering free listings in its Events Calendar.'

'Imagine a place where all dimensions of creativity are nurtured, in a landscape that is beautiful at any season. A place both replenishing and nourishing to the spirit. A place which invigorates the mind, diversifies the intellect and delights the eye. A place which strives to help us all lead fuller and richer lives. Imagine such a unique place, and what it might do for you. Such a place exists at the Bleddfa Centre for the Creative Spirit ... From art exhibitions and excellent coffee and cake, to poetry readings, concerts, yoga classes, retreats, crafting and writing workshops, and lectures by high-profile speakers, we feel sure you will find something to inspire you at Bleddfa.'

'The British Society of Dowsers is the UK’s national organisation for dowsers and dowsing. Formed in 1933, it is the second-oldest dowsing society in the world. The BSD exists to encourage the study and knowledge of dowsing in all its forms amongst members and the public. Membership of the Society is open to anyone interested in dowsing, regardless of ability. Dowsing can be used in health and well-being, home and garden, for water divining, archaeological searches, earth mysteries including energy lines and much, much more. It’s a great tool for enhancing your intuition and decision-making abilities ... Affiliated Local Groups are separate and independent of The British Society of Dowsers. Some groups specialise in certain areas of dowsing, others are general interest. Each group is run by volunteers who set their own programmes.'

'The aims of BUSS are:  * To promote the advancement and dissemination of the religious philosophy of Spiritism according to Allan Kardec’s Spiritist Codification; * Planning and implementing activities with the aim of integrating and unifying Spiritist Institutions in the UK; * Promoting charitable works and doing all such other things incidental to the attainment of said objectives. BUSS acts as an umbrella organisation for 17 Spiritist Centres in the UK. It organises seminars, conferences, training courses and gatherings.'

'Regular lectures, study groups and workshops covering all aspects of Theosophy ... No previous knowledge of Theosophy is assumed and newcomers are welcome. Other events taking place at Cardiff Theosophical Society include talks on subjects of esoteric and spiritual interest, meditation groups, Sanskrit Mantra Chanting and Huna.'

'Established to promote high quality critical and academic research into apocalyptic and millenarian movements across time, place and culture ... An important function of the Centre is promoting public understanding of the issues surrounding the study of apocalyptic and millenarian movements, and the nature and history of those movements in themselves. Thus, the Centre seeks to develop the research and scholars it supports to ensure that their scholarly endeavours are helped to translate into publicly accessible and useful sources of information.'

'Studying paranormal phenomena such as: auras, dowsing, ghosts, hypnosis, mediumship, poltergeists, reincarnation, Spiritualism, telepathy and UFOs, since 1982 ... CPSG runs a monthly programme of talks, demonstrations and videos relating to the paranormal. The group's secretary arranges for a different speaker to join us at each meeting, in order to give a talk on, or to demonstrate, a particular aspect of the subject.'

'The heart of this project is a focus on the fantastic imagination as a creative force both in literature and culture ... The Centre seeks to explore, discuss and celebrate the diversity, exuberance and evolution of fairy tales, folklore, the fantastic and the speculative, and takes a critical interest in works in translation, decolonial literature and theory, and in the concept of the emerging "third space" between cultural identities in a transmodern world.'

'From courses on chakras, dowsing and shamanism to training in mediumship and psychic development, The College of Psychic Studies supports every investigation into life's great mysteries. Alongside our team of respected tutors, we're proud to host esteemed thought-leaders both online and in person at our London College ... There's so much happening at the College all year round. Take your pick from our courses, workshops, talks and special events, both online and in-person.'

'CRT was founded in 1981 as the Somerset Creationist Group when Methodist Local Preacher Geoff Chapman and a small group of concerned Christians in South Somerset got together to see how they could share the evidence for creation and highlight the flaws in evolution theory ... Our Mission: to share the evidence for creation and expose the problems of evolution through DVDs, CDs, books, literature and seminars.'

'Formed in 1998 to promote and explore various Earth Mysteries. Once a month, speakers are invited to share their views on a variety of subjects; from UK stone circles to Ancient Egypt; from Dowsing to conventional Archaeology. All are welcome.'

'A centre for the study of Ethnology, Folklore, and Ethnomusicology at the University of Aberdeen. Established in 1995 in celebration of the quincentenary of the university's founding, the Institute researches and promotes the culture of the North and North-East of Scotland in context ... A key part of our remit is public engagement, co-producing knowledge and research in partnership with local organizations and individuals ... Our monthly public lectures and ethnographic film series operate throughout the academic year and are open to all. With an exciting combination of cutting-edge research and excellent visual material, each lecture and film closes with questions and often lively discussion.'

'The Fintry Trust is an educational charity dedicated to the study and teaching of ideal philosophy, science, art and religion. At its headquarters in Surrey it organises study days, talks and retreats, emphasising the universal ideas which underlie all religions and all knowledge.'

'Since 1993, the Global Retreat Centre at Nuneham House (administered by the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University UK) has welcomed thousands of people from across the world. They come to restore balance and focus to their life through solitude, silence and the study of spiritual values ... Our events range from residential retreats to talks and courses, for grass roots workers in the community to dialogues for leading thinkers on international and environmental issues. All aim to provide insights and experiences into the basics of meditation and the application of values. Whatever your reason for visiting, you will find a warm welcome, a calming and unpretentious atmosphere, and sensitive and experienced speakers.'

'The Last Tuesday Society was founded in 1873 at Harvard by William James & brought to London as a 'pataphysical organisation in autumn 2006 by The Chancellor Viktor Wynd & The Provost David Piper. The society is aiming to become a non profit with full charitable status ...'

'Exisrs to share informed and informal talks and discussions on the paranormal, weird culture, folklore and other fortean topics ... We do not have a membership, we create the society when ever we do an event. All are welcome to our gathering, we have no agenda to promote aside from a broader and deeper understanding of the paranormal; particularly, but not exclusively, in London.'

'New Acropolis is an international non-profit organization working in the fields of Philosophy, Culture and Volunteering ... Our school in the UK was first established in 1974 and we have been in Islington since 1997. We hold classes and talks here on a regular basis, we have a philosophical library available for members and we also have our Melissa Garden Bee Sanctuary with two hives at the rear of the school.'

'An organisation providing a platform for the dissemination of hidden knowledge incorporated in myth and legend, number and geometry, art and music. architectural proportion, megalithic structures and the geomantic layout of cities and landscape.'

'Rudolf Steiner House is a hub for contemporary culture in the heart of London offering a programme of spiritually oriented events in a unique and stunning architectural environment. Thousands of people come through the doors of Rudolf Steiner House every year. Some come to take part in the anthroposophically inspired seminars, conferences and events that are on offer. Others come to the bookshop for a warm welcome by our knowledgeable staff and others come to peruse the library and archive, using the study space for research. Still others come to see exhibitions and experience the unique ambience and organic architecture. All are welcome.'

'The SMN is working with full awareness and appreciation of scientific method, but exploring and expanding, in a spirit of open and critical enquiry, frontier issues at the interfaces between science, health, consciousness, wellbeing, love and spirituality, to explore how to rediscover a meaningful spirituality to help rebalance our lives. The Network is part of a worldwide contemporary movement for education, personal development, and compatible “spiritual emergence”, networking: scientists, doctors, psychologists, educators, engineers, philosophers, complementary practitioners and other professionals, for mutual and societal benefit.'

'Dedicated to investigating the paranormal in a scientific manner. We host conferences, lectures, discussion groups, investigator training and we respond to public requests to investigate paranormal phenomena.'

'Set up in London in 1882, the first scientific organisation ever to examine claims of psychic and paranormal phenomena. We hold no corporate view about their existence or meaning; rather, our purpose is to gather information and foster understanding through research and education.'

'Established in 1810, the main aim of the Swedenborg Society is to translate and publish the works of the Swedish scientist, philosopher and visionary, Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) ... We are based in a four-storey Grade II-listed building in the heart of Bloomsbury, central London, just a short walk from the British Museum ... We organize a broad range of cultural events, lectures, exhibitions, educational workshops and film screenings, and are one of the oldest independent publishers in the world.'

’For over ten years we have hosted one major crop circle event each year The Summer Crop Circle Lectures - an annual conference in Devizes, UK ... We have re-visioned the event and are offering some additional crop circle events to our repertoire ... Annual Conference ... Crop Circle Retreat ... Introduction to the Crop Circles talk ... Online Workshops and Seminars ... ‘ Annual Conference held Early August.'

'The Theosophical Society is a worldwide organisation founded in 1875. Its primary aim is universal brotherhood without distinction of race, creed, colour, gender or social background. It is based on the realisation that life in all its diverse forms, human and non-human, is indivisibly One ... Toward this end the Headquarters and its National Sections sponsor public lectures, seminars, events and study groups on theosophical and allied themes.'

Normally, fortnightly meetings in Belfast (and Dublin), September to April, with breaks for Christmas and Easter.

'The Theosophical Society in Scotland is a part of the world-wide theosophical movement with its centre in Adyar, India. The Society is dedicated to the comparative study of religion, science and philosophy and the practice of the Art of Self-Realisation. The Society is composed of members of different religious backgrounds who are united in a belief that mankind is a spiritual family and that humanity can have a glorious future through a compassionate and intelligent way of living.'

'The United Lodge of Theosophists is an association of students of Theosophy which came into being through the determination of a small number of Theosophists to pursue the objectives of the Theosophical Movement without organisational distractions and formalities ... From the start of October to end of June every year, the Lodge holds talks and study meetings on Sundays and study groups on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Seminars on topical subjects are held quarterly on Saturdays. From July to September the programme is different, with less meetings and some in a different format ... All events are free and open to the public.'

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