[ UK /θiːəsˈɒfi/ ]
  1. a system of belief based on mystical insight into the nature of God and the soul
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How To Use theosophy In A Sentence

  • 'Do you know anything of theosophy, or more specifically, the Seven Planetary Chain Logoi, perhaps? THE ANCIENT FUTURE: THE DARK AGE
  • It stems from Blavatzk'y theosophy, and underpins Steiner waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture and cosmetics Weleda, Dr Hauschka and anthroposophical medicine- "mistletoe cure for cancer" etc. On The Adoration of the Magi
  • Walter did not allow Blavatsky's death to lessen his involvement with theosophy.
  • He reprimands Dominique for laughing at theosophy, something Mrs. Marsh believes in, and tells her she should have worn her emerald bracelet.
  • In a later address on the subject Pink spoke of spiritualism (belief in communication with the spirit of the dead) as the ‘pioneer’ to theosophy.
  • Religious alternatives such as spiritualism and Theosophy have had a small but steady presence since the 1850s.
  • The theosophy of Madame Blavatsky, which he discovered at the beginning of 1905 and rarely referred to in his letters, merely lent form and jargon to certain aspects of the delusion.
  • In the early 1890s, she became a leading exponent of the religious movement of theosophy (emphasizing an individual spiritual awareness of God), and went to live in India.
  • Scriabin's color-symphonies, Kandinsky's "improvisations," and all manner of elaborate invention - not to mention neo-spiritual movements such as Madame Blavatsky's Theosophy - spurred experiment in cross-media artwork throughout the western world about a hundred years ago. Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Moving Pictures, Frozen Music
  • They put out an announcement in the newspapers about a meeting at Sophia Wadia's home at Theosophy Hall.
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