HPB: the extraordinary life and influence of Helena Blavatsky, founder of the modern Theosophical movement

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 648 pages
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The definitive biography of the controversial woman who first brought Eastern philosophy and religion to the Western world. "A forerunner of contemporary seers, psychics, and revivalists, with a range of appeal that cut across several schools of thought and religious sectarianism. Her life was one of high drama and illusionists alchemy".--The New York Times.

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Cranston, author of Reincarnation (Crown, 1984), takes the reader through the earthly life of Blavatsky, known as "HPB'' to her initiates. We follow her from her girlhood in Russia, where she communed ... Read full review

Contents

Strange Happenings
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MATURING YEARS 1 Back in Russia
63
Occult Wonders
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