Feb 24, 2006 02:10 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
You will find something, at least, in "Theosophical History".
His wife was "Mary", the medium who purported to talk to Masters in sťances
in the "inner group" organized by A. P. Sinnett.
It was there that C. W. Leadbeater started to "talk to the Masters". The
magazine "Theosophical History" published the revealing "Autobiography" of
Mr. Alfred Sinnett, in which he frankly tells all about it. Scott-Eliot was
also a member of such a mediumnistic group.
When Sinnett died, Leadbeater wrote that in the 1890s his "inner group" made
important "occult investigations", and so on. Sinnett also says that Annie
Besant joined that
mediumnistic group after HPB's death, that is, while AB was already the
"Outer Head" of the Esoteric School, Adyar.
So it seems that the occult fancies started precisely in Sinnett's inner
group with "Mary", a pseudonymn for Scott-Elliot's wife.
I hope that helps, even if marginally. If you want me to, I can give you
the bibliographical references.
From: Theo Paijmans <email@example.com>
Subject: Theos-World request biographical information on Scott-Elliot
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 23:04:56 +0100
Does anyone have - or know where to find - biographical information on
Scott-Elliot, the author of The Story of Atlantis and The Lost Lemuria?
I am not abel to find it at all in the usual theosophical sources.
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