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David E. Dudley, MD

The person most likely responsible for the beginning of correspondence between Hurrychund Chintamon and the Theosophical Society was a fellow Freemason who had visited Bombay in 1877 and relocated there to live two years later. Olcott’s Old Diary Leaves describes … Continue reading

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James Martin Peebles

One of the most visible leaders of Spiritualism in 19th century America, James Martin Peebles was also a pivotal factor in the intersecting histories of the Theosophical Society, the Arya Samaj of India, and the Buddhists of Sri Lanka.  This … Continue reading

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