Theosophy

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Ms. Blavatsky

Theosophy is an esoteric philosophy and movement which initially emerged during the late 19th century, led by Helena Blavatsky and was strongly influenced by Jakob Böhme. After her death the movement was taken over by Annie Besant, Charles Leadbeater and others who were more openly involved with radical subversive politics. Theosophy was an influence on the New Age movement, which became strongly associated with the New World Order and the globalist agenda in that its core principles advocate; a one-world synthesised religion and the abolition of all the races into one "universal brotherhood".

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