Monthly Archives: February 2012

Elizabeth G. Stuart in Dresser’s History of the New Thought Movement

The first history of the New Thought movement, published in 1919, mentions Sarah Stanley Grimke, relating her thought to that of Mrs. Elizabeth G. Stuart.  My latest research has found that their association lasted for many years and had great significance in … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Comments Off on Elizabeth G. Stuart in Dresser’s History of the New Thought Movement

Theodore Dwight Weld in Lift Up Thy Voice by Mark Perry

One of the insistent themes of Sarah Stanley Grimke’s writing is slavery and freedom.  Her own father the Rev. Moses Stanley had been an abolitionist throughout Sarah’s childhood, and when she married Archibald Grimke she took the surname of the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Comments Off on Theodore Dwight Weld in Lift Up Thy Voice by Mark Perry

Hypatia interview, continued

Q. In a letter sent by H.P.B. to the President of the Ionian branch of the Theosophical Society she expresses interest in knowing what is the situation regarding Mazzini bust. Why H.P.B. was interested in Giuseppe Mazzini? What was the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Hypatia interview, continued