The Swedenborg Society is a publisher, library, events space, museum, bookshop and regsitered charity. In addition to organizing events: lectures, conferences, exhibitions, performances and film screenings, we also publish a large selection of literature relating to the work of the philosopher, scientist, inventor, astronomer, mathematician, parliamentary figure and visionary, Emanuel Swedenborg (1688–1772). The Society's grade II listed premises in Bloomsbury, central London, are also available for private hire. For free updates on our events and publications please join our mailing list.
Thursday 27 November 2014 | Doors open and refreshments from 6.30 pm | Lecture starts 7.00 pm | At Swedenborg House
| FREE ADMISSION, BUT BOOK IN ADVANCE! |
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