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The Theosophical Society Bookstore is a place where books on all manner of religion, philosophy and science are welcome. Besides Bibles, Korans and Torahs, there are countless books on astrology, numerology, psychism, Jungian psychology, Freemasonry, Egyptology and Celtic mythology throughout the store. If you have no idea what mind dynamics, Vedic mathematics or Rosicrucianism involves, you will by the time you flick through shelves full of books on the stuff. As well as paperbacks and hardbacks, there are CDs, DVDs and other religious and New Age paraphernalia for sale and a huge selection of second-hand titles at the back of the store. If only the rest of the world and its belief-systems could coexist so harmoniously...

Updated on 14 Dec 2011.

By Annie Davis   |  

Theosophical Society Bookstore details

126 Russell St, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9650 3955

Nearby Stations: Flinders St; Melbourne Central; Parliament

Open Mon-Thu 9am-5.30pm; Fri 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm

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