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|Aksakoff, Alexander Nikolaevich
(1832-1903) • Alexandr Aksakov|
Russian writer, translator, journalist, editor.
(1561-1626) • Lord Verulam|
was an English philosopher, historian and statesman. Bacon has been called the father of empiricism ...
French theologist, who viewed Satan as a 'Centrifugal Energy of the Universe’ in a cosmic sense [[Ca ...
|Betanelly M. C.|
|Blavatsky Nikolai Dmitrievich (1837-?)|
(1858-1867 (?)) • Youry Blavatsky|
Infant-ward of H. P. Blavatsky and N. V. Blavatsky.
|Blavatsky, Helena Petrovna
(1831-1891) • HPB|
She was the main source of Theosophical teachings and discussed the major themes of Theosophy in man ...
|Blavatsky, Nikifor Vladimirovich
Vice Governor (1849-1861) of Erivan Province (now Armenia) of Russian Empire; husband of [[Blavatsky ...
|Church, Frederick Stuart
was a French naturalist and zoologist.
 The Jewish priest and scribe, who, circa 450 B.c., compiled the Pentateuch if indeed he was not ...
|Fadeeva, Nadezhda Andreevna
was H.P. Blavatsky’s aunt. Lived in Odessa. The head of the first Theosophical Society in Russia.
was German banker and silk factory owner, theosophist, H.P. Blavatsky visited his estate in Elberfel ...
|Gebirol, Solomon Ben Jehudah
Called in literature Avicebron. An Israelite by birth, a philosopher, poet and Kabbalist, a volumino ...
|Grossul-Tolstoy, Pyotr Lvovich
(1839(?) – 1904)|
writer, publicist, publisher-editor of the newspaper Novorossiyskiye Vedomosti (1869-1872), publ ...
was a German Orientalist, Iran and Sanskrit scholar.
was French orientalist, writer and traveller, who translated Manusmriti (Laws of Manu) into Fren ...
|Lanigan, George Thomas
Canadian journalist and poet.
An alchemist, adept and philosopher, born in the 13th century, on the island of Majorca. It is claim ...
|Mead, George Robert Stow
was an English Theosophist, scholar, and writer; H. P. Blavatsky’s private secretary since 1889.
He was a United States banker and lawyer who held a variety of government positions. He was Treasur ...
|Olcott, Henry Steel
was an agriculturist, American military officer, journalist, lawyer, and co-founder of the Theosophi ...
|Orlovsky, Konstantin Ivanovich
Tiflis civil governor (1860-1876) and Privy Councilor, originally from the nobility of the Bessarabi ...
|Ovsyanikov-Kulikovsky, Dmitry Nikolayevich
literary scholar, linguist, critic, publicist; he studied at the historical-philological department ...
|Renan, Joseph Ernest
was a French philosopher, writer, religious historian and semitologist.
|Solovyov, Vsevolod Sergeyevich
(1849-1903) • Solovieff • Solovief • Solovioff|
was a Russian historical novelist. He became a TS member in 1884, but on February 16, 1886, he resig ...
was the companion and coworker of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (H.P.B.) from 1885 until Blavatsky's dea ...
|Zhelikhovsky, Vera Petrovna
(1835-1896) • Jelihovsky|
The younger sister of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
was an American Theosophist, editor and writer; a relative of H. P. Blavatsky, his mother was Lydia ...