Meaning of theosophist in English:

theosophist

Pronunciation /θɪˈɒsəfɪst/

Translate theosophist into Spanish

noun

See theosophy

‘She speaks admiringly of Madame Blavatsky, theosophy's founder, as well as England's leading theosophists Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater.’
  • ‘The notion that we have seven bodies (one for each of the seven planes of reality) is a teaching of theosophist Madame Blavatsky.’
  • ‘To the amazement and disappointment of Annie Besant and some of the other theosophists, he gave up all the power and prestige that he had gained under their tutelage.’
  • ‘How popular amongst theosophists is the paranormal?’
  • ‘Steiner may have broken away from the Theosophical Society, but he did not abandon the eclectic mysticism of the theosophists.’
  • ‘His breadth of knowledge, skill and talent are renowned and much has been written about him as a poet, writer, editor, economic thinker, theosophist and mystic.’
  • ‘He was a theosophist and believed in the equality of all human beings.’