Swedenborg Society
Founded in London, England, in 1810 to translate, print,
and publish the works of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688–1772).
The society organizes meetings and conferences and assists the
needs of the New Church, which has grown up around Swedenborg’s
teachings, by keeping Swedenborg’s writings in
print. The society maintains a reference and lending library,
with a reading room, at the London headquarters, 20 Bloomsbury
Way, London, WC1A 2TH. Website http
www.swedenborg.org.uk.

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