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

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Alfred Percy Sinnett - Biography
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London Lodge - History
... Mead Isabel Cooper-Oakley · William Scott-Elliot Alfred Percy Sinnett · Brian Stonehouse Katherine Tingley · Ernest Wood Philosophical concepts Round Seven rays · Root races Organisations ... In April/May 1883 Alfred Percy Sinnett became a member of the London Lodge ... In autumn 1883, the London lodge separated into two parts, the followers of Sinnett, and the followers of Kingsford ...