Sinnett

Sinnett may refer to:

  • Alfred Percy Sinnett (1840–1921), English author and Theosophist
  • Lawrence C. Sinnett (1888–1962), Seaman in the United States Navy, Medal of Honor recipient
  • Sinnett Octagon House, historic octagonal house in Muscatine, Iowa built in 1855
  • The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett, book published in 1923 by A. Trevor Barker

Read more about Sinnett:  See Also

Other articles related to "sinnett":

Alfred Percy Sinnett - Biography
... Sinnett's father died while he was young, by 1851 Sinnett is listed as a "Scholar - London University", living with his widowed mother Jane whose occupation is listed as "Periodical Literature", and his ... Sinnett married his wife Patience in 1870, probably in the London area ... Cooper-Oakley · William Scott-Elliot Alfred Percy Sinnett · Brian Stonehouse Katherine Tingley · Ernest Wood Philosophical concepts Round Seven rays · Root races Organisations ...
The Mahatma Letters To A.P. Sinnett
... Sinnett is a book published in 1923 by A ... Sinnett ... The Occult World by Sinnett), but not published in full.The letters were important to the movement due to their discussions on the theosophical cosmos and ...
London Lodge - History
... Mead Isabel Cooper-Oakley · William Scott-Elliot Alfred Percy Sinnett · Brian Stonehouse Katherine Tingley · Ernest Wood Philosophical concepts ... In April/May 1883 Alfred Percy Sinnett became a member of the London Lodge ... the London lodge separated into two parts, the followers of Sinnett, and the followers of Kingsford ...
Steve Wilson (jazz Musician) - Discography - As Sideman
... Loren Schoenberg Out of this World TCB Music David Schumacher Another Life Amosaya Jae Sinnett The Sinnett ngs J-Net Records Jae Sinnett House and Sinnett ...
Mahātmā - Theosophy
... Sinnett at Simla in northern India ... The serious interest of Sinnett in the Theosophical teachings of Mme ... From this correspondence Sinnett wrote The Occult World (1881) and Esoteric Buddhism (1883), both of which had an enormous influence in generating public interest in theosophy ...