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[[File:Consuelo de Aldag flyer cover.jpg|150px|right|1931 publicity flyer, TSA Archives]]
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[[File:Consuelo de Aldag flyer cover.jpg|150px|thumb|right|1931 publicity flyer, TSA Archives]]
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[[File:Consuelo de Aldag flyer inner pages.jpg|300px|thumb|right|1931 publicity flyer, TSA Archives]]
  
 
Consuelo de Aldag was born September 8, 1988 in Oaxaca, Mexico, of German-Mexican ancestry, and educated in German and American schools. She became a member of The Theosophical Society, Adyar in 1910, and served as President of the Aura Lodge during 1914-1918.<ref>The International Theosophical Year Book 1938 (Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938): 164.</ref>
 
Consuelo de Aldag was born September 8, 1988 in Oaxaca, Mexico, of German-Mexican ancestry, and educated in German and American schools. She became a member of The Theosophical Society, Adyar in 1910, and served as President of the Aura Lodge during 1914-1918.<ref>The International Theosophical Year Book 1938 (Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938): 164.</ref>
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== Theosophical work ==
 
== Theosophical work ==
  
Mrs. Aldag was a prominent lecturer in the United States and Mexico. During the years 1924-1929, she and her son lived at [[The Manor]] in Sydney, Australia.
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Mrs. Aldag was a prominent lecturer in the United States and Mexico, and is considered to be one of the "pioneers of the theosophical movement in Mexico."<ref>L.A. Jimenez, "Theosophy in Mexico," Theosopedia [http://theosophy.ph/encyclo/index.php?title=Mexico,_Theosophy_in], accessed on March 5, 2012.</ref> During the years 1924-1929, she and her son Henry lived at [[The Manor]] in Sydney, Australia. In 1929, she represented Mexico at the Theosophical World Congress in Chicago.<ref>''Theosophical Messenger'' 18:10 (October, 1931), 219.</ref>
<ref>L.A. Jimenez, "Theosophy in Mexico," Theosopedia [http://theosophy.ph/encyclo/index.php?title=Mexico,_Theosophy_in], accessed on March 5, 2012.</ref>
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Revision as of 20:34, 5 March 2012

1931 publicity flyer, TSA Archives
1931 publicity flyer, TSA Archives

Consuelo de Aldag was born September 8, 1988 in Oaxaca, Mexico, of German-Mexican ancestry, and educated in German and American schools. She became a member of The Theosophical Society, Adyar in 1910, and served as President of the Aura Lodge during 1914-1918.[1]


Theosophical work

Mrs. Aldag was a prominent lecturer in the United States and Mexico, and is considered to be one of the "pioneers of the theosophical movement in Mexico."[2] During the years 1924-1929, she and her son Henry lived at The Manor in Sydney, Australia. In 1929, she represented Mexico at the Theosophical World Congress in Chicago.[3]


Notes

  1. The International Theosophical Year Book 1938 (Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938): 164.
  2. L.A. Jimenez, "Theosophy in Mexico," Theosopedia [1], accessed on March 5, 2012.
  3. Theosophical Messenger 18:10 (October, 1931), 219.