Palmerston North

Palmerston North Branch of the Theosophical Society

The Palmerston North Branch of the Theosophical Society was established in 1911. Members meet regularly and discuss theosophical topics. It is an opportunity for like-minded people to share and learn together about life's journey. Topics investigated are broad and varied and guaranteed to whet any appetite. 

Weekly Meditation Group - Tuesdays 6 till 7 pm 


We welcome all those seeking inner peace or equanimity.  

Suggested minimum donation  $5 (Unwaged $3) towards Hall expenses.

Recess after 18 December 2018 until 29 January 2019 


2018 Programme 


STUDY GROUP for members, and those interested in membership, is usually the last Tuesday of the month. NB Check the programme schedule each month for date and the topic.

TUESDAY 18 December  7.30 pm - last for 2018 

 Workshop webcast - practice centering, the basis for the transition into inner work, and working with the chakras, by Kurt Leland presented to Theosophical Society in America webcast.  

Kurt Leland is national lecturer for the Theosophical Society in America. He is a musician, the author of The Multidimensional Human Being, and Rainbow Body A History of Western Chakra System from Blavatsky to Brennan (2016), and maintains a consulting and teaching practice called Spiritual Orienteering. Kurt has 43 years of experience in consciousness research and exploration, and has written four previous books.

Final for 2018 Tuesday 18 December 7.30 pm and the final of the above Workshop.                                                     Study Group will resume again in February 2019.

PNTS Study Group for members and those interested.                                                            Members $2; Non-members - $5                                                                                                      Resuming again 2019 February - Tuesdays, and as advised.

Saturday 15 December 10 am - Annual General Meeting for members 

followed by a Potluck Vegetarian Lunch 

and Christmas - end-of-year Celebration - eveyone welcome 

Coming up in 2019

Tuesday 26 February 7.30 pm The Director of the UK Krishnamurti Foundation - Bill Taylor will talk about Krishnamurti.

30 March  - Barry Bowden (Aust)

20 July - John Vorstermans (TSNZ President)



Past Presentations 

Saturday 17 November 7.30 pm 

Where did the Ancient or Divine Wisdom teaching come from?                  The teachings are the basis of civilization as we know it.                                         All the major religions and philosophies derive from these teachings.                       But where did they come from?

Warwick Keys in his presentation Egypt – Where it all began

 explores the origins and development of the ‘great teachings’ and the first great teachers, those who pointed the way to our divine nature and to fulfilment in our return to the Divine (by whatever name). Theosophy is a modern version of the ageless teachings that form the basis of ‘The Way’ or ‘The Journey,’ – the return to Source.

Warwick says that Ancient Egypt held and taught the secret knowledge. But where did they get the knowledge from?  Was there a lost ‘Civilization X’, a source of the great teachings? If so what happened to it, and when?

Warwick Keys, TSNZ past National President and Life member of the Wanganui Branch, is a long-time theosophical student, TSNZ national speaker and meditation teacher with a background of research, writing, business, national politics, history study and photography. Warwick has had a deep, lifelong interest in ancient civilizations and in Egypt in particular.



Kurt Leland is the author of The Multidimensional Human Being, and Rainbow Body A History of Western Chakra System from Blavatsky to Brennan (2016) and teaches psychic and Spiritual development in America. With 43 years of experience in consciousness research and exploration Kurt Leland, author of four previous books, including "Otherwhere: A Field Guide to Non-physical Reality for the Out-of-Body Traveler", has been called one of the world's foremost experts on out-of-body experiences by What Is Enlightenment magazine


Saturday 29 September 7.30 pm. Sacred Activism - Murray Stentiford touring on behalf of TSNZ.

Preceded at 6 pm by a Vegetarian Potlumber beginning at 6 pm. 

Sacred Activism - Contradiction in Terms or our Only Hope?

  The world may be waking up but it needs us more than ever to tap into the sacred fire deep within every human heart, and put it into action. How can we express Divine Universal Compassion in radical action but stay grounded?

This talk aims to look fearlessly at the problems and inspire with possibilities, within the spacious worldview of Theosophy.  Discussion is welcome, whatever your spiritual belief or none.

Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August
Energy Healing - Perennial Wisdom - Self-help to better health                                                physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually,                                             in the promotion of the perfect functioning of energy

For individual titles and times see below 

- Timetable and door charges are below for the Workshop Programme 

'Geopathic Stress Lines, their effect on our health and how to minimise their effect.' Quantum Biofeedback and what it can do to reduce stress in our lives and make us well again.  A practical demonstration. - Bryan Pollock (Wellington previously New Plymouth) and Allan Morse (Wellington)

'Humans, Energy and Healing' - Terry Murphy (Hawkes Bay) will explore the current thinking on the nature of energy, the history of energy and how we use it in our daily work. 

‘Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep for Self-Healing’ - Sushma Webber (Wellington) It is said we are living in a sleep-deprived society resulting in long-term consequences such as heart problems, diabetes and obesity to name a few. Recent studies have found that Yoga Nidra, an ancient yogic technique, has many physical benefits. However, the Yoga Nidra practice is rooted in awareness and helps in self-transformation when practiced regularly.

'Yoga of Light Meditation' - Dr Simon Webber (Wellington) The Yoga of Light meditation was devised by Geoffrey Hodson, author and well known, and respected, member of the Theosophical Society, as a guide to one's meditation practice.  Simon will talk about the 'Yoga of Light' method and then lead a meditation using this guideline.

And from Palmerston North -
‘The Energy of Love’– with ‘Ekanta’ - Helen Sussmilch. Self-transformation. “If you see with the eyes of love, love is all you see.” Using contributions from the teachings of Patanjali, Jesus Christ and the Ishayas. Covering how to regain our authenticity, healing the Shadow Self, and living with simplicity.   

‘Our Energy Systems and the Daily Energy Routine to Self-Help’  – Anthea Clement will explore the human energy systems and how, using this knowledge, we can help ourselves, and others, to better complete health. Includes practical with the simple, yet powerful techniques of Energy Medicine. Everyone can enhance the health of the body’s energies. 

Energy Healing Workshop 

Saturday   25 August 

10 am        Welcome and introduction       — PNTS President

                   Our Energy Systems and the Daily Energy                                                   Routine Workshop                       - Anthea Clement

Noon         Lunch break

1.30 pm   The Energy of Love                        - Helen Sussmilch

2.45 pm    Afternoon refreshments

3.15 pm    Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep           - Sushma Webber

 5.45 pm   Vegetarian POTLUCK DINNER

 7 pm         Quantum Indigo BioFeedBack     

                   and Geopathic Stress Lines       

~ 9 pm       Supper and recess 

Sunday 26 August 

9.30 am    Yoga of Light Meditation         -  Dr Simon Webber

10 am       Morning refreshments

10.30 am Our Energy Systems and the Daily Energy                                                         Routine Workshop  (Part two)    - Anthea Clement

Noon      Lunch break

1.30 pm Humans, Energy and Healing           -  Terry Murphy

3.30 pm  Afternoon refreshments and farewell

All day Saturday $20  PLUS if staying for meals vegetarian contribution 
All day Sunday $14
Saturday evening – (advertised in paper etc ) $10  (members $5)
Sunday afternoon (advertised in paper etc ) $8 (Members $4)
Other Individual sessions  $7 (Members $3.50)          

Concessions for Gold card, Student ID and Community Services card holders


For any other questions email or phone (06) 353 6221 or 027 2402069  

 in conjunction with The Theosophical Society Central Region                    (from Hawkes Bay over to New Plymouth and down to Wellington) 
Facilitators from Wellington, Hawkes Bay and Palmerston North.


Saturday 14 July -  Julia and Orest Tarnawsky –  
2 pm till 4.30 pm -  Living Values Workshop with Julia;
Potluck Vegetarian Dinner 6 pm; 
7.30 pm - The Electric Universe with Orest

Saturday 14 July 2 pm  Living Values – Workshop with  Julia Tarnawsky -

Values express our unfolding capacity to invest in, and devote ourselves to, activities within the world and within ourselves. Julia has taught both in Australia and for TSNZ. She will look at the living ness of theosophical ideas as they influence life, their relevance in providing an ‘anchor’ and a ‘compass’ in our rapidly changing world.

As a teacher and private practising psychologist earlier in life, Julia’s interest has always been in psycho-spiritual  development. She has a Master of Science degree in Esoteric Psychology from the University of the Seven Rays, and lives and teaches with her husband Orest at the Southern Lights Centre Meditation School at Akaroa.

6 pm Vegetarian Potluck Dinner – please bring a plate of vegan or vegetarian food to share in hosting Julia and Orest

7.30 pm The Electric Universe presentation with Orest Tarnawsky 

- Essentially knowing how to     enhance this “electrical flow” may be useful in promoting well-being. The gradual realisation of the significance of electricity in the human form was initiated by Harold Saxton Burr - Blueprint for Immortality - Electric Patterns of Life. Since then much investigation has contributed to our understanding. Several researchers and their work will be discussed.  Orest Tarnawsky had an early career as an art teacher and sculptor. Deep interest in the Ageless Wisdom teachings led him to attaining a Masters of Science in    Esotericism through the University of the Seven Rays. Combined, these developed Orest’s passion for and skill in mentoring those on the quest towards awakening consciousness and in teaching the Ageless Wisdom teachings through creative expression, study and meditation to all that enquire the way. He has a particular interest in plasma, sound and electricity in their microcosmic and macrocosmic aspects. (Diploma in Teaching, Bachelor of Arts (visual arts). Master of Science in Esotericism (esoteric psychology)).



     Saturday 2 June 7.30 pm John Vorstermans TSNZ President
looking at the essential steps to transforming the mind                                       as shared in the Yoga Sutras,                                                                                    with The Essence of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

The goal is to awaken our awareness to who we are, the steps of which are made remarkably clear through this exposition by the famous sage Patanjali.  Modern yoga today is a small part of one of the steps involved which becomes much more powerful with the underlying practices shared in this great text.

John Vorstermans is the National President of the Theosophical Society in New Zealand. He is a qualified Ayurveda medical practitioner and herbalist, with interests in evolving technologies in education. He has studied many aspects of the ancient wisdom, particularly with moving from a knowledge to a practice of the wisdom principles as it relates to transformative processes in ones way of life.  To John Theosophy is a way of life, not simply an intellectual pursuit.  

Preceded at 6 pm by a Vegetarian Potluck Dinner - please bring a vegetarian plate to share in hosting John.


Saturday 5 May 7.30 pm

"Mindful Living in Modern times" -

To be able to live our life to its full potential in this day and age, it requires us to learn more skills and understand more about our own Mind. For some each day is another wonderful day of beautiful experiences, while for some the day could be difficult dealings to the extent that is tiring and draining due to contentious interactions with information overflow.
Mindful living session that takes you through understanding experiences that allows you to live with your full potential no matter what people, events and situation bring to you.
With Ravi Mistry, Art of Living Facilitator National Coordinator,                                                        hosted by TheosophyPN, Palmerston North Central. 


Saturday 7 April 7.30 pm

Dementia does not discriminate!......

Speaker: Donna Hedley Manager Alzheimers Society (Manawatu) Inc - her passion 

educating the community to become “dementia friendly” and how to reduce your risk of developing dementia!

Donna is an ex nurse, who has worked for Alzheimers Manawatu for 5 years, prior to that 9 years Managing Alzheimers Hastings - in that time building the community facility and services over that period. In the time here in Manawatu, services have more than tripled and now provide services throughout the region.She is currently working on future proofing the local services to meet the growing demands and increasing costs of services.


 Saturday 10 March 7.30 pm,


Webcast from the Theosophical Society International Convention by International President Tim Boyd entitled The Heart's Wisdom.

Tim Boyd specializes in speaking to Youth. 




"Breathing For a Better Life" experiential workshop - facilitated by Claire Bhavani Winzar, 7.30 pm Saturday 3 February.

Learn two key, very simple, yoga breathing techniques

Let your rational mind bask in the science of yoga breathing benefits for the body

Find out how the nervous system is effected by what Claire calls "the Rolls Royce of yoga breathing techniques"

How could this one technique support you and your loved ones?

Hosted by The Theosophical Society's Palmerston north Branch, 304 Church Street, Palmerston North Central. $5 registration 

Saturday 25 November 2017 7.30 pm 

OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT -             The Planetary Crisis

Presentation by the Unity Trust

The world is facing an unprecedented crisis, and there is widespread, deep concern. This presentation offers an analysis of the serious nature of the present world emergency, what we can do to positively affect it, and the significance of this in both esoteric and practical terms.

Nicola was a guest speaker in New York City earlier this year on behalf of the Unity Trust at The Edgar Cayce Centre. She also spoke at Anthroposophy N.Y.C.
The Centre for Remembering and Sharing (A Course In Miracles)
The work was endorsed there by Marianne Williamson. 


Saturday 11 November 7.30 pm - Shape Your Own Future Destiny                  - with the Law of Nature

Know Universal Law and Your Self - Be your own Master, for the highest good of all concerned.

Science has shown in reality, a person’s perception, not genetic programming, is what spurs all action in the body. It is actually our beliefs that select our genes, that select our behaviour. Our emotions physically shape reality!

Anthea, a science (and maths) teacher, knows the difficulties a lack of knowledge of Universal Law caused her. Therefore she likes to bring forward science that verifies the Ageless Wisdom teachings.



​Saturday 28 October  7.30 pm - The Growth of Consciousness   with Ricky Cribb

- on our illumination by the Soul and the True Reality.                

Public welcome $5 (non-waged $3) Members $2.

The Growth of Consciousness of the heart and the soul is the inner reality that is blind to the lower mind. It is on the higher mind that the soul and the TRUE REALITY can ILLUMINATE the personality. The personality becomes SOUL INFUSED and the GREAT SPIRIT can be known on the ANCIENT PATH of INITIATION.

Ricky was born with his THIRD EYE open … It is here that the ONENESS of ALL THINGS can be SEEN… “TURANGAWAEWAE … STAND TALL in YOUR WAIRUA (SPIRIT) YOUR MANA (POWER) …There are over 7 billion people in the WORLD and only ONE as POWERFUL, BEAUTIFUL OR UNIQUE LIKE YOU…”

Ricky was born as an Ariki from the Priesthood lines of Takitimu Waka and is from Kahungunu & Ngati Kauwhata. He has been a student of esoteric philosophy and theosophia including Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, and an Initiate for over 35 years. . He is a past President of PNTS. His current standing as a Apotoro Wairua in the Ratana faith has given him the service to stand between humanity and the creator and serve. TURANGAWAEWAE STAND TALL in YOUR WAIRUA  (SPIRIT/SOUL) YOUR MANA (POWER for good). Wairua the POWER in the HEART of the PEOPLE...

Saturday 30 September  7.30 pm - Right  Understanding 

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2 and 16 September 7.30 pm - Two evenings with Helen Sussmilch who spent six months on retreat in Spain with the Ishayas of the Bright Path during 2016.  More information follows - 

2 September 7.30 pm - the first of two evenings — Choosing a Better Life — A Mindful Choice    

introduction from Helen Sussmilch, with DVD showing the impact of meditation on people’s lives.

And Saturday 16 September 7.30 pm  -   Living a Better Life — Mastery of the Self        

presentation by Helen  Sussmilch who spent six months on retreat in Spain with the Ishayas of the Bright Path during 2016.  Helen in discussion will cover our desires, our true nature, how we forgot this, the impact of limiting beliefs, how to return to our natural state of being and how to experience this state permanently.         She will explain the basis for this meditation practice, and its benefits for personal growth - physically, mentally and emotionally.  


Saturday 12 August 7.30 pm                                                                                                                         preceded by Vegetarian Potluck Dinner at 6 pm

 ‘The Genesis of the Western Mystery Tradition’   - a subject full of misconceptions and ‘fable.’    presented by Warwick Keys        


Warwick traced the roots of the Ancient Wisdom Teachings – the basis of the Mystery Tradition – from Ancient Egypt forward, with connections to the East. It included references to the development of the Greek Elysian mysteries, the Rosicrucian philosophy and the masonic orders, including an outline  of the original Egyptian Mystery Schools and their initiations. Warwick aims to provide a forum for discussion - there is much ‘fable’ and mystery on this subject which has a strong connection to the development of theosophical understandings. HPB had her initial training in Egypt with an Egyptian Master and appreciated the source of the Ancient Wisdom knowledge before coming under the influence of her later Masters. ‘Isis Unveiled’ makes it quite clear about her early links to the Egyptian Mysteries, and the source of the wisdom teachings.

Warwick Keys is a researcher writer and a past NZ Theosophical Society President.  


Saturday 29 July 7.30 pm                                                                                                                        (was preceded by Vegetarian Potluck Dinner at 6 pm)

The Power of Thought with John Vorstermans TSNZ National President on behalf of TSNZ

Exploring the power behind thoughts and words and how they affect ourselves and those around us.  Here we look at how our thoughts create our reality and how we create powerful thought forms which affect every aspect of our lives - not only in this incarnation but in future ones - and how we may dissolve them.

John Vorstermans is the National President of the Theosophical Society in New Zealand.  John is a qualified Ayurveda medical practitioner and herbalist, has a deep interest in the ancient wisdom tradition. He has studied, and endeavours to practice, the timeless wisdom principles.  In recent times, John has focused on transformative processes that help people to understand themselves and create dynamic changes in their view of reality.  John comes from an IT background with a special interest in Internet Communications and technology.


Saturday 22 July 7.00 pm Attaining Self with Sreejith Sreekumar

The Topic is very timeless, profound, vital and unique in its nature. It expounds the goal of human life revealed by the Vedic Scriptures and enlivened by the Wise Masters. In the discussion we shall try to think more about our possible preparations as Spiritual Seekers for the divine journey to unveil our potential nature of Truth, which we call our Self. Let us try to reflect and rediscover our Real identity within us through grace of Lord.

Sreejith Sreekumar(Sree) has spent a decade with Chinmaya Mission, Spiritual Organisation in Bharat (India) pursuing the spiritual knowledge from the divine lineage of  Sages who had learned and served under H H Swami Chinmayananda. He has committed to his Guru and continues to serve Chinmaya Mission and those seeking the highest Truth. He has conducted lectures and seminars on Eastern Philosophy viz. Advaita Vedanta, workshops & games on Personality Development, Self-Management Strategies and National Awareness for Chinmaya Yuva Kendra (Youth wing) in India. He is conducting Bhagavad Gita study group, Sessions in Vedanta and Sanskrit in Palmerston North as well as online (Skype) Vedanta study sessions as part of the life of Service towards fulfilling his Master's Mission and Vision.


SUNDAY 9 July 1 till approximately 4.30 pm

Self Development Workshop - Self Discovery with the Path of Knowledge -                                                                Know Yourself with Laughter, Love and Light.   

About the Path of Knowledge - Theosophy or the Ageless Wisdom – The Theosophical Society was set up for the purposes of investigating Universal Laws. Its first aim is acknowledgement of the oneness of all life. The second the method of investigation in preparation for the third – the investigation of the powers hidden in nature and latent in man. Knowledge of the Law enables us to know who we really are and be liberated.



Saturday 24 June 7.30 pm  The Rise of Global Consciousness and The TS  -                              with Murray Stentiford M Sc, National Speaker on behalf of TheosophyNZ

Terrorism and strife might seem to dominate the news at times, but beneath it all is a mighty groundswell of goodwill and connection; caring for planet and people. It is nothing less than a spiritual movement towards global consciousness. Discover what vital seeds the Theosophical Society has been planting for this global movement to emerge.

Murray Stentiford combines a lifelong interest in science, music and spirituality with a passion for exploring and sharing things. He sees Theosophy as a unifying framework that embraces the endless facets of human existence.

Murray has held several positions of responsibility in the Theosophical Society over the years, including National Vice President and National Education Coordinator.

He has a Masters degree in Physics and is an accomplished musician.


Saturday 13 May 7.30 pm -  Public Presentation by Professor Ralph Sims

Feeding the Planet – challenges for the future.

 As world population increases and demand for protein rises with growing middle classes in developing countries, can the world produce enough food? Given that agri-food supply uses around one third of end-use energy and produces around one quarter of all greenhouse gases, will we need to move away from animal proteins (mainly milk and meat products) to vegetable proteins? If so, what are the implications for NZ?

Ralph Sims is Professor of Sustainable Energy at Massey University where he has researched renewable energy and climate change mitigation for several decades. He chaired the Royal Society of New Zealand panel for the 2016 study Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy for New Zealand and for Assessment Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has led teams of authors on Energy Supply (2007), Renewable Energy Integration (2011), and Transport (2014). He was Senior Researcher at the International Energy Agency (IEA), Paris for four years and serves on the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel for the Global Environment Facility (GEF), based in Washington D C and linked with UNEP and World Bank. He is presently contracted by UN FAO to lead several projects on reducing greenhouse gas emissions in agri-food supply chains and has consulted for many organisations including OECD, Shell, Chevron and Meridian Energy.

All welcome $5 (Members and the unwaged $2)  

Saturday 29 April 7.30 pm - Guy Donaldson with "The Tree of Life"

Even as traditional forms of religion struggle for membership in a science-informed society, the desire for meaning in life remains as part of our humanity. The ancient Qabalistic symbol of the Tree of Life, mentioned briefly in Genesis, is said to have been the soul of Judaism.  However while it became known amongst intellectuals in medieval and Renaissance times it is little known today. Nevertheless it remains a wonderful mechanism for illuminating the essences and commonalities of such great wisdom traditions as Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity. It moreover embodies the Big Bang Theory of the beginning of everything, and offers a map of consciousness that connects to insights that have become available through quantum physics.

 Guy was a senior lecturer in music education at the Massey University College of Education until 2004, when he took leave to pursue his passion for performance and music teaching. He is well known in the Manawatu area as a teacher, adjudicator, piano soloist, accompanist, chamber music player, music coach and conductor. He is the convenor of the Globe Sunday Matinee concert series, formerly the Te Manawa Art Gallery Sunday concert series and has been the musical director of the Renaissance Singers since 1989.  Guy’s performing schedule in 2016 has included chamber music performances as part of the Globe series and accompanying the Palmerston North Choral Society in a programme of opera music. He has also given a solo piano recital featuring music by local composers Helen Caskie and Graham Parsons. On June 24 2017 he will conduct the Renaissance Singers in a programme entitled Into the Light.

 Although Guy is best known as a musician, he has a passion also for researching big picture issues. He has given a number of talks for the Theosophical Society. In 2015 He gave a talk to U3A on changes and conflicts in music in the twentieth century, and in 2016 he spoke on the impacts of 1990s political decisions on New Zealand life.

Tuesday 4 April 7.30 pm  -  Dr Douglas Osto Ph D.

Nondual Kashmir Śaivism is a religious philosophy that developed in Kashmir, India primarily between the ninth and eleventh century of the Common Era, and is currently undergoing a global revival. Like the philosophy of Advaita Vedānta, Kashmir Śaivism is a monistic, or nondual system, that asserts that ultimate reality is pure bliss (ānanda) consciousness (cit). However, unlike Advaita, Kashmir Śaivism does not claim that the phenomenal world of difference is merely an illusion (māyā); rather is maintains that the world, as the vibrational energy (spanda) of consciousness is real. This has led some modern commentators to describe it as a form of “idealistic realism.” Another important difference between Kashmir Śaivism and Advaita is that while Advaita finds scriptural authority for its philosophy in the Vedas, Kashmir Śaivism looks to the Tantras devoted to the God Śiva as the supreme consciousness. Finally, whereas Advaita philosophy is meant primarily for male ascetic renouncers, Kashmir Śaivism was developed to be practiced by both male and female householders, and therefore is completely compatible with modern life. This presentation will outline the worldview and main philosophical concepts of Nondual Kashmir Śaivism and describes some of its unique practices for realizing the supreme state of oneness and bliss consciousness





Theosophical Order of Service

Donations Welcome to thePNTS TOS (The Theosophical Order of Service) to support the Palmerston North Safecity programme. 

Regular Meetings

    When: Check out the Programme Details to find out upcoming presentations and events. 


Meditation:    Mindfulness Meditation as taught by Dr Douglas Osto -

Non-sectarian Group Meditation  6.00 -7.00pm – Tuesdays  Entry - $5 (Unwaged - Koha $3 - $2)

 Both members and public welcome.

Study Group:

    When: at least monthly Tuesdays 7.15 pm - dates and topics are sent out by email.                                                 Enquiries welcome  - see contact details below 

Library: Open 10.00am - 12.00 noon -- Usually every Saturday                                                Email or phone Anthea 353 6221 if you wish to check.


Theosophy Palmerston North
06 353 2310
304 Church Street, Palmerston North
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