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Teachers: Helena Petrovna [[Blavatsky]]; Bertam Keightly;  Mohini Chatterji;  Alfred Percy Sinnett AKA [[A.P. Sinnett]];
 
Teachers: Helena Petrovna [[Blavatsky]]; Bertam Keightly;  Mohini Chatterji;  Alfred Percy Sinnett AKA [[A.P. Sinnett]];
  
Students;  Ezra Pound, [[W.B. Yeats]]; Hermann Hesse; Kenneth Rexroth; Robert Duncan;  Carl Gustav [[Jung]];  
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Students;  Ezra Pound, [[W.B. Yeats]]; Hermann Hesse; Kenneth Rexroth; Robert Duncan;  Carl Gustav [[Jung]]; [[Thomas Taylor]];
  
 
Friends/ Enemies/ Partners:  Laura Cooper, wife;  [[Charles Leadbeater]];  
 
Friends/ Enemies/ Partners:  Laura Cooper, wife;  [[Charles Leadbeater]];  

Revision as of 09:50, 31 August 2012

GRS Mead AKA George Robert Stowe Mead

England 1863–28 - 1933

Teachers: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky; Bertam Keightly; Mohini Chatterji; Alfred Percy Sinnett AKA A.P. Sinnett;

Students; Ezra Pound, W.B. Yeats; Hermann Hesse; Kenneth Rexroth; Robert Duncan; Carl Gustav Jung; Thomas Taylor;

Friends/ Enemies/ Partners: Laura Cooper, wife; Charles Leadbeater;

Organizations: Theosophical Society, Esoteric Section ; founded Quest Society;

Author: translated Pista Sophia 1880s, 1st Gnostic texts; editor and contributor to LUCIFER, then The Theosophical Review; editor The Quest: A Quarterly Review; Thrice Greatest Hermes, vol. 3; The Hymns of Hermes; The Gnosis of the Mind; Commentary on the Pymander ( see http://www.alchemylab.com/mead.htm)

Comments: Theosophy; Gnostic: Neoplatonism;

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._R._S._Mead; http://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/ps/index.htm