Mystical Vampire: The Life and Works of Mabel Collins

June 1, 2005|
Mystical Vampire: The Life and Works of Mabel Collins by Kim Farnell
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The characters Mabel Collins, theosophist, novelist, fashion columnist, and anti-vivisection campaigner Madame Blavatsky the extraordinary Russian occultist founder of theosophy, and other eminent members of her Theosophical Society Annie Besant, social reformer and theosophist Robert Donston Stephenson, a candidate for Jack the Ripper and Mabel's lover Frances Power Cobbe, social reformer, suffragist and anti-vivisection campaigner Charlotte Despard, social reformer, and anti-vivisection campaigner The story Mabel Collins was an independent woman in the oppressive Victorian climate. She wrote many novels, but most will remember Mabel Collins for her best selling mystical text "Light on the Path" published by the Theosophical Society. After her fall out with Madame Blavatsky, she carried on with her life as an esotericist, traveller and writer. She was moved by the plight and suffering of helplesscreatures, and became a campaigner for the abolition of vivisection. The author Kim Farnell is a professional astrologer and writer. She is a contributor to the academic journal "Theosophical History" founded by Leslie Price and edited by Professor James Santucci. Her previous works include a biography of the influential esoteric astrologer Sepharial.
Title:Mystical Vampire: The Life and Works of Mabel CollinsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:240 pages, 9.21 X 6.14 X 0.51 inShipping dimensions:240 pages, 9.21 X 6.14 X 0.51 inPublished:1 juin 2005Publisher:MandrakeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1869928857

ISBN - 13:9781869928858

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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