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 (blə-văt′skē, -vät′-), Helena Petrovna Hahn 1831-1891.
Russian-born theosophist who founded (1875) the Theosophical Society in New York City and wrote books of occult lore, such as Isis Unveiled (1877).


(Biography) Elena Petrovna (jɪˈljɛnə pɪˈtrɔvnə), called Madame Blavatsky. 1831–91, Russian theosophist; author of Isis Unveiled (1877)


(bləˈvæt ski)

Madame (Elena Petrovna Blavatskaya, nee Hahn), 1831–91, Russian theosophist.
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So he sat at the feet of one awhile, and then he sat awhile at the feet of the other, and at last he applied his ear to the keyhole of the casket containing the Ashes of Madame Blavatsky.
fattest of recent Theosophists was the late Madame Blavatsky, who had
Under their charismatic leader Madame Blavatsky, theosophists sought to discover "the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in man".
XVIII; su recepcion en el ambito teosofico ya lo ponderaba Madame Blavatsky y entre los primeros que la leyeron en Mexico se encuentran Madero, Nervo o Vasconcelos.
Segun el, madame Blavatsky y Marx son inexplicables el uno sin el otro, mientras que al narrador de Aguilar Mora lo tienta la razon, la mesura, la curiosidad, el sentido comun.
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.
De la bibliografia que aporta nuestro colega aleman, solo hubiera podido conocer Incidents in the life of Madame Blavatsky , 1866, de Sinnett.
But while it's not such a bad thing to lose Madame Blavatsky and theosophy, we should also be careful not to lose sight of abstraction's absurdities and excesses, however they manifest: How can we keep hold of their intensity without succumbing to metaphysics?
14) Madame Blavatsky, the Russian co-founder of the Theosophical Society, had in fact specifically criticized the Judeo-Christian tendency to anthropomorphize this undifferentiated "Universal Soul" into the figure of Jehovah.
Here, he has crafted a biography of Madame Blavatsky.
The results of the Straussian method read like they were written by the intellectual offspring of Madame Blavatsky and Edgar Bergen.