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Definition of Theosophist

Theosophist
Theosophist The*os"o*phist, n. One addicted to theosophy. The theosophist is one who gives you a theory of God, or of the works of God, which has not reason, but an inspiration of his own, for its basis. --R. A. Vaughan.

Meaning of Theosophist from wikipedia

- Blavatsky to have cultivated great wisdom and supernatural powers, and Theosophists believe that it was they who initiated the modern Theosophical movement...
- The Theosophist is the monthly journal of the international Theosophical Society based in Adyar, India. It was founded in India in 1879 by Helena Blavatsky...
- Ancient Wisdom. Following Blavatsky's writings on the subject, other Theosophists progressively elaborated on the Spiritual Hierarchy. Its members are...
- Root races are stages in human evolution in the esoteric cosmology of theosophist Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, as described in her book The Secret Doctrine...
- originally identified by the Theosophists Helena Blavatsky, Henry S. Olcott, Alfred Percy Sinnett, and others. These Theosophists claimed to have met some...
- "What Are The Theosophists?" is an editorial published in October 1879 in the theosophical magazine The Theosophist. It was compiled by Helena Blavatsky...
- (née Wood; 1 October 1847 – 20 September 1933) was a British socialist, theosophist, women's rights activist, writer, orator, educationist, and philanthropist...
- the aim to advance the ideas of Theosophy in continuation of previous Theosophists, especially the Gr**** and Alexandrian Neo-Platonic philosophers dating...
- Russell. In November 1881, Helena Blavatsky, editor in chief of The Theosophist, started publishing her translation into English of "The Grand Inquisitor"...
- Russak Hotchener, an architect who designed several buildings for the Theosophist community; Moorcrest is thought of as one of her most famous pieces....