The Founding Books
The ideas, concepts and teaching of the Society of HumanKind are briefly
described in this 'Introduction' and are developed and more fully examined in
its founding literature, the "
Foundations of the Society of HumanKind
" and its
companion volume of "
". Both founding books are reproduced in full on
The Society is not permitted to proselytise. It should not be expected
therefore, that either book will be easily read, or readily understood. In
that connection serious readers should particularly note the advice given in
to 'Foundations' on the proper approach to the founding books.
An effort to absorb and comprehend its founding literature is however, an
indispensable preparation for an application for membership of the Society of
Other interested readers are free to explore the literature of the Society in
the way, and to the extent, they choose. Both casual readers and
prospective candidates are reminded however, that the Society is bound by its
own principles to protect its copyright in its literature.
Questions may be asked, and clarification sought, by individuals, on any
aspect of the Society of HumanKind by:-
log on to:
enclosing a pre-paid self-addressed envelope
(+44) (0)20 8386 4629
Society of HumanKind
PO Box 226
Hertfordshire, WD6 2ZN
In accordance with its principles, no-one has authority to persuade any person
to join the Society. Callers and other interested parties should note that
any communication that falls into that category; amounts to such an attempt;
or which draws any member of the Society into proselytising, will be ended
without further explanation.
Printed copies of the Founding Books
Printed copies of the founding books of the Society of HumanKind are available
to registered groups within the Society, and to individual candidates and
members. Details and order forms can be obtained from the above sources and
addresses. When writing, a pre-paid, self-addressed envelope
Applications for Candidature and Membership, and Registration of Groups
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or by message at the Society's website Club.
Application for Candidate/Member
Application for admission to the Society as an individual Candidate or Member
should be made on the
provided. Initial applications will only
be accepted in the category of Candidate. All individual applications must be
supported by a completed print out of a
, forwarded by post to the
Society with a registration fee ($3/£2 or equivalent).
Registration of Groups
Group Registration Form
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within the Society. Applications will only be granted to registered Members
or Elders of the Society on payment of a first annual administration fee of
$15/£10 or equivalent.
All Candidate, Membership and Group Registration fees are paid into the funds
of the Society of HumanKind, to be applied to its purposes.