Constance Wachtmeister

Countess Wachmeister
Constance Georgina Louise Wachtmeister (née Constance de Bourbel de Montpincon, de Bourbel de Montpinçon; March 28, 1838 in Florence – September 24, 1910 in Los Angeles), known as Countess Wachtmeister, was a prominent theosophist, a close friend of Helena Blavatsky.wikipedia
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Helena Blavatsky

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Constance Georgina Louise Wachtmeister (née Constance de Bourbel de Montpincon, de Bourbel de Montpinçon; March 28, 1838 in Florence – September 24, 1910 in Los Angeles), known as Countess Wachtmeister, was a prominent theosophist, a close friend of Helena Blavatsky.
She then moved to Würzburg in the Kingdom of Bavaria, where she was visited by a Swedish Theosophist, the Countess Constance Wachtmeister, who became her constant companion throughout the rest of her life.

Florence

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Constance Georgina Louise Wachtmeister (née Constance de Bourbel de Montpincon, de Bourbel de Montpinçon; March 28, 1838 in Florence – September 24, 1910 in Los Angeles), known as Countess Wachtmeister, was a prominent theosophist, a close friend of Helena Blavatsky.

Los Angeles

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Constance Georgina Louise Wachtmeister (née Constance de Bourbel de Montpincon, de Bourbel de Montpinçon; March 28, 1838 in Florence – September 24, 1910 in Los Angeles), known as Countess Wachtmeister, was a prominent theosophist, a close friend of Helena Blavatsky.

Theosophy

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Constance Georgina Louise Wachtmeister (née Constance de Bourbel de Montpincon, de Bourbel de Montpinçon; March 28, 1838 in Florence – September 24, 1910 in Los Angeles), known as Countess Wachtmeister, was a prominent theosophist, a close friend of Helena Blavatsky.

England

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She lost her parents when she was very young and was sent to her aunt Mrs Bulkley in England.

Stockholm

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After three years of marriage she moved to Stockholm where, in 1868, the count was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Foreign minister

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After three years of marriage she moved to Stockholm where, in 1868, the count was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Spiritism

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In 1879 the countess began investigating Spiritism and in 1881 joined the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society.

Theosophical Society

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In 1879 the countess began investigating Spiritism and in 1881 joined the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society.

London

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She met H.P. Blavatsky in London in 1884.

The Secret Doctrine

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She was an important partner for Blavatsky and essential support for the work of The Secret Doctrine.

Würzburg

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Some time after Blavatsky had come in 1885 at Würzburg she was joined by the Wachmeister, who "loyally and lovingly helped in the great work."

Bertram Keightley

In 1887 Wachtmeister organized the Theosophical Publishing Co. alongside Bertram Keightley, in order to publish Blavatsky's works.

Blavatsky Lodge

In 1888-95 she was an editor of the Theosophical Siftings. She was secretary and treasurer of the Blavatsky Lodge in London.

Annie Besant

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In 1893 Besant and Wachtmeister went to India.

New York City

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In 1894 she had a lecture in New York City on theosophical questions.

Australia

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In 1896 Wachmeister toured the USA and Australia lecturing on Theosophy.

Vegetarianism

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Wachtmeister and Kate Buffington Davis authored a vegetarian cookbook, Practical Vegetarian Cookery in 1897.

Ovo-lacto vegetarianism

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The recipes were ovo-lacto vegetarian.

Germany

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Wachtmeister, who became Blavatsky's "guardian angel, domestically speaking, during the years of the composition of The Secret Doctrine in Germany and Belgium, has printed her account of a number of extraordinary occurrences of the period."

Belgium

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Wachtmeister, who became Blavatsky's "guardian angel, domestically speaking, during the years of the composition of The Secret Doctrine in Germany and Belgium, has printed her account of a number of extraordinary occurrences of the period."