Ancient & Modern
History of the Theosophical
of Interests 1935 -36
annual report for
Seven keen T.S. members form a healing group that meets regularly,
and they have a long list of people desiring to be helped. Miss Ridler, the leader of this group as well as the secretary
of the T.O.S. in Cardiff remarks on the good results of this fine ministry in “in the
personalities and lives of the Members themselves” A Children’s outing Group
also does good work, and includes coloured and Arab
children amongst those taken to the seaside, along with other poor children.
The Cardiff Theosophical Branch of the League of Nations Union has long had an
active existence, and its co-operation is welcomed by and its representatives
play an influential part in the counsels of the
Under the leadership of Miss Arrowsmith a daily meditation for Peace is maintained by a small group of Members, and active help has been given for extending “Goodwill Day”. Many Members work for various Animal Welfare movements, especially Vegetarians, Anti-vivisection and the RSPCA.
Although not always definitely organized and therefore no reports submitted, many Members are actively engaged in various practical lines of work for Educational, social and humanitarian causes.
In particular, work for Vegetarianism, Peace, and “Goodwill Day” has been given special emphasis.
also specifically mentions the economic depression in
The economic Conditions in
Report is dated June 1936 and Peter Freeman styles himself “Head Brother for