HPB: the extraordinary life and influence of Helena Blavatsky, founder of the modern Theosophical movement
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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3rd revised edition A. P. Sinnett adepts Adyar American Annie Besant appeared Archives asked astral became Blavatsky Collected Writings Blavatsky to A. P. Blavatsky's body Buddhist California called Cathy Young Christian Colonel Olcott Coues Coulomb Countess Damodar death England esoteric H. P. Blavatsky Collected Hahn Hartmann Helena Andreyevna Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Hindu Hodgson Hodgson Report HPB wrote HPB's human India Isis Unveiled Judge Lama later Letters of H. P. light lived London Lucifer Madame Blavatsky Madras Mahatma Master mind mysterious Nadya nature never occult ofH.P Olcott Old Diary Leaves osophical Paris person phenomena philosophy psychic reincarnation religion Roerich Russian Secret Doctrine Solovyov soul spiritual Sylvia Cranston teacher teachings Theosophical Movement Theosophical Society Theosophist Theosophy Company things thought Tibet Tibetan tion told translated traveled truth University volume Wachtmeister woman words Yeats York Zhelihovsky Zirkoff