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  • n. Plural form of theosophist.


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  • My great-grandfather was part of the movement called the theosophists.

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  • There she meets Alexandra David who takes Jeannie under her wing and introduces her to the world of spiritualists and theosophists.


  • From the theosophists, who being ignorant of actual astrology, invented another version of it.

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  • The journal of the theosophists was called Lucifer after all, not "Einstein."

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  • He addressed the theosophists and they recorded this.

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  • Some theosophists have arrived at a certain hostility and indignation towards matter, as the Manichean and Plotinus.


  • Pictures here, for any future Professor Angell who seeks to piece together the wave of nightmares sure to envelop artists and theosophists everywhere.

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  • There was a center in Switzerland in the 1880s that was a prototype for Esalen, with an eclectic mix of anarcho-socialists, Jungians, body-movement people, Freudians, and theosophists who worshipped the nude body in the sun and developed alternative practices within what was a very repressive society; I mean, it all started when the women took off their corsets.

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  • Esoteric sects were forming — theosophists were the largest — to seek ways in which the mind or spirit could control the physical world.

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  • It was revived in the late nineteenth century with the help of British scholars and theosophists.

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