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Catherine Wessinger (/ˈwɛsɪŋər/) is an American religion scholar. She is the Rev. H. James Yamauchi, .

Besant, Annie, 1847-1933: Ancient Ideals in Modern Life: Four Lectures Delivered at the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Meeting of the Theosophical Society, at Benares, December, 1900 (London and Benares: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1901). multiple formats at archive. page images at HathiTrust. Besant, Annie, 1847-1933: The Ancient Wisdom.

Catherine Wessinger is Rev. Annie Besant and Progressive Messianism: 1847-1933 (Studies in Women & Religion) Jan 01, 1988. Professor of the History of Religions at Loyola University New Orleans.

Annie Besant and Progressive Messianism. University of Illinois Press.

Besant, Annie (1847-1933) Prominent Theosophist and successor to Helena Petrovna Blavatsky as the international leader of the Theosophical movement

Besant, Annie (1847-1933) Prominent Theosophist and successor to Helena Petrovna Blavatsky as the international leader of the Theosophical movement. Besant was born Annie Wood in London, England, October 1, 1847. Annie Besant (1847–1933) was a British activist with many facets to her life: Anglican; atheist and Freethinker; socialist; Theosophist; educator, reformer, and politician in India; and prophetic announcer of the coming World-Teacher and New Civilization. Besant's monism and her desire to serve humanity were the unifying themes in her diverse efforts.

Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Catherine Wessinger, Annie Besant and Progressive Messianism, 1847–1933 (New York: E. Mellen, 1988). 7. Annie Besant, An Autobiography (1893; rp. adras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1939), 321; quoted in Blavatsky, Force of Prejudice, 33. oogle Scholar. 17. Mary Ann Elston, Women and Anti-Vivisection in Victorian England, 1870–1900, in Vivisection in Historical Perspective, ed. Nicholaas Rupke (London: Croom Helm, 1987), 27. Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History. 1057/9781137011749 4.

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This study describes Annie Besant's unremitting optimism in humanity's eventual salvation, and concludes that Messianism was the ultimate concern of her theosophical thought, elements conducive to it being present in her early writings. It emphasizes her continuing commitment to social reform.