Cardiff Theosophical Society

206 Newport Road,

Cardiff, Wales, UK, CF24 - 1DL.



When travelling west, you will find Cardiff Theosophical Society between

the Stacey Road Bus Stop and the traffic lights at the Albany Road junction.

Carry on to the first left at Priest Road and first left again into

Stacey Road and another 100 yards to park at the side of the building.

Permit Parking is in operation on Stacey Road but there are usually plenty

of unrestricted spaces in the evenings and at weekends.


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Cardiff Theosophical Society is located on the south side of Newport Road between the bus stop at the end of Stacey Road (which is blocked off) and the traffic lights for the Albany Road turning. We have a large blue and white sign at the front of the building.




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Here are some directions for Cardiff Theosophical Society from Junction 30 on the M4.


M4 Cardiff from London,

Birmingham, Swansea, Bristol.



Leave the M4 at junction 30, then at roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A4232 (signposted Pontprennau, Cardiff Gate, Retail Park)



Cardiff Gate Service Area



At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A4232



At roundabout take the 2nd exit, then merge onto the A48



Shell Pentwyn Service Station  



Branch left, then merge onto the A4161



Branch left, then at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A4161 (signposted City Centre)



At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A4161



At traffic signals continue forward

Several set of light passing Comet etc



Carry Straight on at Royal Oak Pub



Just before you get to us you will pass the Royal Oak pub on the left and we are at the next set of lights. You can't park on Newport Road and Stacey Road next to us is blocked off, so if you carry on to the first left turn after the Lodge (Priest Road) and then turn left again into Stacey Road, it should be quite easy to park.


Arrive at Cardiff Theosophical Society




The Severn Bridges


If you cross on the Old Severn Bridge M48, you will have to pay a toll in both directions.


If you cross on the New Severn Bridge M4 then you will pay a toll to get from England into Wales but getting out of Wales into England is free. Don’t ask!








It is usually quite easy to park at the bottom end of Stacey Road at the side of the Lodge in the evenings and at weekends. A permit system operates but you should be able to find an unrestricted space.


Alternatively it is usually easy to park along the streets on the north side of Newport Road and parking is generally unrestricted here.





We are on the main bus route from Cardiff City centre to St Mellons and Newport.

Ask for Albany Road/Newport Road Junction

Buses available 30 30D 44 45 49 40




We are just over a mile from Queen Street station (NOT Central Station). If you are fit you can probably walk it in less than 15 minutes.


For a bus - turn right on coming out Queen Street station and walk to Sainsbury's - Cross to Hypervalue - The Buses for Newport and St Mellons stop on the other side of the road outside the Dumfries Place multi storey car park.


Main Bus Station is next to The Central Railway Station


Buses available from both Dumfries Place and Central Station 30 30D 44 45 49 40

Ask for Albany Road/Newport Road Junction




Several members come by bike - You can store your bike safely inside the building during meetings.





Air Travel to Cardiff


Cardiff International Airport (CWL)


Cardiff International Airport is located at Rhoose, Nr. Barry, about 12 miles west of Cardiff City Centre.The airport, which is extensively equipped for large passenger and cargo aircraft, is accessed via A4232 from the City Centre, A4050 from Culverhouse Cross, then  A4266 and  B4265 to the west of Barry.


All routes to the airport are well signposted. Flight destinations include Amsterdam, Paris, Cork, Dublin, Manchester and Toronto by Scheduled airlines, and numerous destinations through Charter operators. Low Cost operator bmibaby operates to Spain, Italy, Switzerland and UK airports, with flights throughout the week to some destinations.


Fast Trains and Bus Services  X91 and 95 connect the airport with Cardiff Central Bus and Train stations, and Car Rental Hire is available at the airport. "Airport Taxis" are based at the main Arrivals Terminal.


Visit Cardiff International Airport (CWL) on   Phone (01446) 711 111 for fuller details. Flight Arrivals at Cardiff International can be accessed on UK TV Teletext and the CWL website.


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Cardiff Theosophical Society

206 Newport Road,

Cardiff, Wales, UK, CF24 -1DL



Try these links for

more info about Theosophy




Cardiff Theosophical Society meetings are informal

and there’s always a cup of tea afterwards





The Cardiff Theosophical Society Website




The National Wales Theosophy Website



Theosophy Cardiff’s Instant Guide to Theosophy


Cardiff Theosophical Archive


Cardiff Blavatsky Archive

A Theosophy Study Resource


Theosophy Cardiff’s Gallery of Great Theosophists


Dave’s Streetwise Theosophy Boards

The Theosophy Website that welcomes

absolute beginners.

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feel free to use any material on this Website


Wales! Wales! Theosophy Wales

The All Wales Guide to

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Hey Look!

Theosophy in Cardiff


Theosophy in Wales

The Grand Tour


Theosophy Avalon

The Theosophy Wales

King Arthur Pages


Ocean of Theosophy

William Quan Judge


Blavatsky Blogger

Independent Theosophy Blog


The Most Basic Theosophy

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A quick overview of Theosophy 

and the Theosophical Society

If you run a Theosophy Study Group you 

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Quick Blasts of Theosophy

One liners and quick explanations

About aspects of Theosophy


The Blavatsky Blogger’s

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The Voice of the Silence Website


Hey Look!

Theosophy in Wales


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Cardiff Theosophy Start-Up

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Topics include Quantum Theory and Socks,

Dick Dastardly and Legendary Blues Singers.



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An entertaining introduction to Theosophy


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The Key to Theosophy


High Drama & Worldwide Confusion

as Theosophy Cardiff Separates from the

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Brief Theosophical Glossary


The Akashic Records

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A selection of articles on Reincarnation

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Provided in response to the large number

of enquiries we receive on this subject


Theosophical Glossary

prepared by W Q Judge


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The South of Heaven Guide to

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The Earth Base for Evolutionary Theosophy




H P Blavatsky’s Heavy Duty

Theosophical Glossary

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Complete Theosophical Glossary in Plain Text Format





Classic Introductory Theosophy Text

A Text Book of Theosophy By C W Leadbeater


What Theosophy Is  From the Absolute to Man


The Formation of a Solar System  The Evolution of Life


The Constitution of Man  After Death  Reincarnation


The Purpose of Life  The Planetary Chains


The Result of Theosophical Study




The Occult World

By Alfred Percy Sinnett


Preface to the American Edition    Introduction


Occultism and its Adepts    The Theosophical Society


First Occult Experiences   Teachings of Occult Philosophy


Later Occult Phenomena    Appendix



The Ocean of Theosophy

William Quan Judge


Preface    Theosophy and the Masters    General Principles


The Earth Chain    Body and Astral Body    Kama – Desire


Manas    Of Reincarnation    Reincarnation Continued


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Septenary Constitution Of Man


Arguments Supporting Reincarnation


Differentiation Of Species Missing Links


Psychic Laws, Forces, and Phenomena


Psychic Phenomena and Spiritualism



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and has an eastern border with England.

The land area is just over 8,000 square miles.

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The coastline is almost 750 miles long.

 The population of Wales as at the 2001 census is 2,946,200.


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