How did Helena Blavatsky die?
The theosophical doctrine posits that the Creator of the world does not involve itself in its creation. Theosophists argue that humans are spiritual beings, a ''spark of the divine'', that are separate from human bodies, and that the two entities must coexist with one another.
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Helena Blavatsky died from the flu. She was a Ukrainian born spiritualist and the founder of the Theosophical Society. She died at age 59 in London,...
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fromChapter 2 / Lesson 13
Theosophy is a modern-day religious movement closely tied to Hinduism that seeks the unity of all humanity. Learn about theosophy, the brotherhood, Brahman, reincarnation (or samsara), and Mahatmas.