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Theosophical Society Pasadena

The Theosophical Society (Pasadena) is a successor organization to the original Theosophical Society founded by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and others in 1875.

This successor organization, which after several name changes once again now titles itself simply the Theosophical Society, with the clarifying statement, "International Headquarters, Theosophical Society - Adyar.

Judge led the American group for about a year until his death in 1896, when Katherine Tingley became manager. A group of roughly 200 members led by Ernest Temple Hargrove disputed Tingley's leadership, seceded, and formed a rival faction. Tingley later moved her Society's headquarters from New York City to Point Loma, California. Max Heindel was vice president during 1904 and 1905. Later managers include Gottfried de Purucker, 1929–42; Grace Knoche and currently Randell Grubb.

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External reference and links

  • Greenwalt, Emmett A. (1978). California Utopia: Point Loma, 1897 to 1942. San Diego: Point Loma Publications. ISBN 0-913004-31-6.
  • Theosophical Society (Pasadena)

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