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'''Maude Louise Boyle-Travers''' (? - [[August 4]], 1929) was a psychic and member of the [[London Lodge]] of the [[Theosophical Society]]. SHe was the daughter of an Irish physician.<ref>Joscelyn Godwin, ''Atlantis and the Cycles of Time'' (Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2011), 69-70.</ref>  
 
'''Maude Louise Boyle-Travers''' (? - [[August 4]], 1929) was a psychic and member of the [[London Lodge]] of the [[Theosophical Society]]. SHe was the daughter of an Irish physician.<ref>Joscelyn Godwin, ''Atlantis and the Cycles of Time'' (Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2011), 69-70.</ref>  
  
Known under the pseudonym of "Mary". She became a close friend of [[Alfred Percy Sinnett|A. P. Sinnett]], who was convinced that she was in contact with the [[Masters of Wisdom]]. On [[October 11]], 1893, she married 44-year old [[William Scott-Elliot]], also a member of the London Lodge, and to years later, on [[October 9]], 1895, they had a son, Walter Travers Scott-Elliot.<ref>Daniel Cladwell and Michelle B. Graye, "Mari Unveiled," Theosophical History 1:8 (October, 1986), 206.</ref>
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Known under the pseudonym of "Mary". She became a close friend of [[Alfred Percy Sinnett|A. P. Sinnett]], who was convinced that she was in contact with the [[Masters of Wisdom]]. On [[October 11]], 1893, she married 44-year old [[William Scott-Elliot]], also a member of the London Lodge, and two years later, on [[October 9]], 1895, they had a son, Walter Travers Scott-Elliot.<ref>Daniel Cladwell and Michelle B. Graye, "Mari Unveiled," Theosophical History 1:8 (October, 1986), 206.</ref>
  
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==

Revision as of 22:34, 16 November 2015

Maude Louise Boyle-Travers (? - August 4, 1929) was a psychic and member of the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society. SHe was the daughter of an Irish physician.[1]

Known under the pseudonym of "Mary". She became a close friend of A. P. Sinnett, who was convinced that she was in contact with the Masters of Wisdom. On October 11, 1893, she married 44-year old William Scott-Elliot, also a member of the London Lodge, and two years later, on October 9, 1895, they had a son, Walter Travers Scott-Elliot.[2]

Notes

  1. Joscelyn Godwin, Atlantis and the Cycles of Time (Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2011), 69-70.
  2. Daniel Cladwell and Michelle B. Graye, "Mari Unveiled," Theosophical History 1:8 (October, 1986), 206.