Society, an association founded at New York, 1875, by Col. H. S. Olcott,
Madame Blavatsky, and W. Q. Judge, its professed objects being: 1. to form the
nucleus of a universal brotherhood; 2. to promote the study of Aryan and other
Eastern literature, religions, and sciences; 3. to investigate the unfamiliar
laws of nature and the faculties latent in man.
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