T.D., C. Eng,. M.I.E.E.
Geoffrey Farthing, a lifelong student of Theosophy, was one of it's finest minds and became one of it's all time greatest exponents. He studied Theosophy for some 60 years, lecturing in many countries. He held numerous positions in the Theosophical Society in England including General Secretary (1969-72). He served a term as a member of the Society's General Council at Adyar, India and was a member of the Executive Committee of the European Federation for a number of years. He was a director of the European School of Theosophy and its annual study week convened all over Europe was the occasion of some of his finest lectures and where he shared some of his deepest insights into the nature of the Esoteric Philosophy.
Geoffrey was awarded the International Theosophical Society's highest award 'The Subba Row Medal' in 1996 for his outstanding contribution to theosophical literature. Publications
Christmas Humphreys (1901-1983)
Christmas Humphreys was born in London in 1901, and originally trained as a lawyer. Justice Christmas Humphreys made quite a career for himself, serving as Senior Prosecuting Counsel at the Old Bailey, the London criminal courts, and eventually sitting as a Circuit Judge from 1968 until his retirement in 1976. Parallel with this career he cultivated his interest in Theosophy & Buddhism, and in 1924 co-founded the Buddhist Society, London, now one of the largest and oldest Buddhist organisations outside of Asia. As a publisher to the Buddhist Society, he was responsible for its wide range of publications, including six of his own.
The third co-founder of the Trust was Graham Nicholas