The History of the Victorian Spiritualist Union (VSU)

Updated: Mar 29

Seaford Spiritualist Church Inc. is an affiliated church of the VSU.

William H Terry, a bookshop and health store owner in Collins Street, Melbourne, founded the Victorian Spiritualists’ Union (VSU) in 1870. The Church commenced with 25 founding members. The VSU has a number of affiliated churches throughout Australia. The VSU is recognised as a religious institution by the Australian Government and is permitted to perform Child and Adult naming, Weddings, Funerals, Dedications and Ordinations.


The Emblem

The two interconnected triangles represent the relationship between incarnate and disincarnate spirits, this world and the next. The gold triangle represents spirit shining light into the darker astral and our world, while the blue triangle represents the progress and spiritual growth that we can make with the knowledge that comes with this light from the higher spheres.



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