Franz Otto Bubna

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Count Franz Otto Bubna and his wife Bertha were members of the Blavatsky Lodge in London, and thus were personal pupils of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.

Involvement with Theosophical Society

Golden Dawn

Later years

In 1930 the Count's widow, Bertha, had fallen into hard times. "She is now eighty years old, and ill and helpless. She made a living by laundry work, but has become so ill that she can only live by charity." Donations were solicited to be sent to her in Hof Gastein, Austria.[1]

Resources

  • "Count Franz Otto BUBNA" in WrightandDavis website.
  • Count Bubna is mentioned in Old Diary Leaves and several early Theosophical periodicals.

Notes

  1. "Assistance Asked" The Theosophical Messenger 18.12 (December 1930), 281.