Fabulous lunatic Madame Blavatsky was a con artist, a mystic, and the founder of the theosophist Society.
For Emerson was essentially a prophet and theosophist, and not a man of letters, or creative artist.
The books in which much of it is written are as free to the non-theosophist as to the theosophist.
In the case of a theosophist, the heart goes first, then comes the tongue.
They must be recognised as fit objects for the study of the theosophist.
Thomas Vaughan was an ardent disciple of Cornelius Agrippa, the sixteenth-century theosophist.
They regarded the theosophist as far superior in every respect to the theologian.
Only a theosophist could imagine that they would be young girls.
It has been said that I persuaded him to become a theosophist.
theosophist and Yogi can everything, all the same—can much more, but not show.
1640s (implied in theosophical), "knowledge about God and nature obtained through mystical study," from Medieval Latin theosophia (c.880), from Late Greek theosophia (c.500, Pseudo-Dionysus) "wisdom concerning God or things divine," from Greek theosophos "one wise about God," from theos "god" (see Thea) + sophos "wise, learned" (see sophist). Taken as the name of a modern philosophical system (sometimes called Esoteric Buddhism), founded in New York 1875 as "Theosophical Society" by Madame Blavatsky and others, which combines teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism.