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Blavatsky

Elena Petrovna , called Madame Blavatsky. 1831--91, Russian theosophist; author of Isis Unveiled (1877)
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We remember that Blavatsky (1877i: 109) presented the ABC of spiritism as consisting of the rudimentary knowledge that there are two types of spirital practicians: the active mesmerists, and the passive mediums.
Rather than positioning herself as a channel, Blavatsky endowed herself with power and direction through actively selecting her spirits.
Termina analizando el viaje de Aleister Crowley, una de las figuras mas importantes del ocultismo de la primera mitad del siglo XX y da cuenta en su autobiografia de su periplo mexicano con detalles pintorescos y se aleja, mas bien, de la fascinacion magica por Mexico hecha por Blavatsky.
You're a Buddhist, so you really should be aware that the Buddhist faith you follow today is not based so much on the teachings of Gautama, but more on the teachings of Helena Blavatsky who is responsible for nearly all Buddhism as it is practiced today, she and her team having travelled to Ceylon, one of the final remaining outposts of Buddhism in the 1870s, and re-interpreted the texts, training the monks to go to the Asian mainland and spread the new satanic version, which they did.
References from the author and from editor Downing include ones to Emerson, Goethe, Rousseau, Sophocles, Spenser, Malory, Blavatsky, Wordsworth, Freud, Dryden, Sidney, Poe, Flaubert, Ovid, Keats, Yeats, Coleridge, Dante, Aquinas, Thucydides, Pindar, Aeschylus, Milton, Bacon, Berkeley, Langland, Whitman, Shelley, Donne, Byron, Pascal, Proust, Virgil, Erasmus, Wagner, Maeterlinck, Haldane, Hesiod, Hegel, Hitler, Hazlitt, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Arthur Conan Doyle, Oscar Wilde, William Cowper, Bertrand Russell, George Moore, Anatole France, T.
In the course of telling this tale, Koven touches on a variety of fascinating, and at times eccentric, topics: unionism and the match girl strikes (including the rhetorical migration of the pathetic match girl stereotype from street sellers of matches to factory workers), the suffrage agitation and its factionalism, the international pacifist movement (the highlight being a visit by Gandhi to Kingsley Hall), and new theology (including Madame Blavatsky and theosophy, and Leo Tolstoy's ethical and spiritual writings).
They pursue a shape-shifting girl who has stolen an ancient artifact, and the course of their journey takes them to find Madame Blavatsky in New Orleans--the only person who knows how Hachi's father really died.
Alongside well-known mediums, there are also fascinating individuals such as Blavatsky and Rasputin who make an appearance.
De la bibliografia que aporta nuestro colega aleman, solo hubiera podido conocer Incidents in the life of Madame Blavatsky , 1866, de Sinnett.
In sy moderne vorm is teosofie 'n spirituele filosofie wat ontwikkel is deur Helena Blavatsky (1831-91), een van die min persone in die negentiende eeu wat die Kabbala verstaan het (Sender 25-31).
Relatively few pages are devoted to discussing the work of Charlotte Riddell, Mary Louisa Molesworth, Anna Bonus Kingsford, Emilia Dilke, and Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
Sunner's declaration that Nazism heartily abused the "ambiguous secret teachings" of the nineteenth-century theosophist Helena Blavatsky is followed by his admission of her depiction of Africans as "feeble-minded" and her comments regarding the "spiritual degeneration of the Jews.