TheHindu.com was concerned with Grit and gumption: Annie Besant and the Indian freedom Movement.
TheNewsMinute deals with Chennai Theosophical Society’s 500 cr land deal with Shiv Nadar Trust raises concerns.
Want to Understand Mondrian’s Paintings? Try Dancing to Them is a tip of the New York Times. Mondrian's relationship to Theosophy is also made a topic, described as "Mondrian’s long-term adherence to Theosophy, an occult movement that sought a mystic conception of cosmic harmony, as Mondrian put it, through nature."
Hermann Hesse (1877-1962), a famous German-Swiss poet, novelist and painter, was spiritually inspired by theosophy, along with Buddhism and Schopenhauer, as we learn in “Trees: An Anthology of Writings and Paintings:” A Review at patheos.com.
How a Belgian painter Charles Doudelet in Italy "managed to put Rosicrucianism and Theosophy at the center of the artistic stage in Belle Époque Tuscany" is reported by bitterwinter.org.
In a three-part series of articles bitterwinter.org asked also: Was the great Lithuanian painter Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875–1911) influenced by the ideas of the Theosophical Society, as you can read here in part 1, part 2 and part 3.
The Emerging female artist ELDR states at rte.ie, that her "mother was a spiritual woman and I was bought up believing in occult theosophy" and that she "carry a spiritual worldview with me to this day".
TheReporter.com published an article about Scriabin and mentioned there, that Scriabin's "later works [were] influenced by Theosophy, an occult movement in the late 19th century”.
Kandinsky prophesies that science will soon recognize Madame Blavatsky, Theosophy, and the Spiritualists, as we can read at hyperallergic.com in its article On Kandinsky’s Spiritual Relationship With Music.
The Great Belgian–French Explorer Alexandra David-Neel (1868-1969) – Traveler, Opera Singer, Monk, Free Spirit "became a devotee of Madame Blavatsky’s Theosophical Society" if we believe explorersweb.com.
On indipendet.com we can read an article about Helene Zalk Pollock, who, with her husband Dr. Joseph Pollock, were famous entertainers of Beverly Hills of the 50s and 60s. She was the daughter of Louis Pollock, who introduced theosophy to Southern California and co-founded the Happy Valley School (now Besant Hill) in Ojai (along with theosophists Aldous Huxley, Dr. Annie Besant, Beatrice Wood, Jiddu Krishnamurti, and others), as indipendet says.
2gb.com paints a portrait of Aussie historian, author & entertainer Jim Haynes, who, until the end of his life, was interested in Theosophy and spiritualism.
Theosophical traces can also be found in the history of East-West Press, a publishing house in India, as the parents of one of the co-founders, William Dallas TenBroeck (1922-2006), were Theosophists, more here on thehindu.com.
TheAmericanConservative.com think about Christian Realism and in the course of this they also talk about Balavtsky, which "blended Western science with Eastern religion to create a scientific spiritualis... Adherents rose to the highest levels of politics (Henry Wallace), the military (Abner Doubleday), literature (Arthur Conan Doyle), music (Gustav Mahler), psychology (William James), and science (Thomas Edison). Even Gandhi was a Theosophist. He famously kept a picture of Blavatsky’s successor, Annie Besant, next to his portrait of Jesus."
hyperallergic.com states that "spiritualist philosophies like Theosophy espoused a connection with this other, deeper world or dimension" in answering the question: Do We Take Vibes for Granted?.
In the article Did the Lost Continent of Lemuria Ever Exist? Sclater, the geologist, probably never imagined that his hypothetical land of the lemurs would be adopted by Helena Blavatsky, a 19th-century Russian occultist and co-founder of the Theosophical Society. Theosophists believe that neither science nor religion have captured the full truth about the origins of Earth and mankind.."
On rte.ie we can read a remeniscence about Maud Gonne MacBride, the "forgotten Widows of the Revolution" and that "they engaged on the ground of theosophy.." after she met 1889 the famous Irish poet William Butler Yeats (1865-1939, a member of the theosophical society) in London.
Those who call HBP a fraud mostly missed or ignore the withdrawal of the SPR charges against her, as cbc.ca do, in it's article Madame Blavatsky: a seeker of truth — and a fraud calling her "the godmother of the New Age movement".
Dazeddigital.com connected the "the internet’s latest spiritual awakening" on TikTok -- which is Atlantis a part of or more concrete, people who believe, that they "are descendants of the sunken city" -- to the far-right conspiracies. The quoted author came to the strange statement of calling Helena Blavatsky a secret society. But this Trend is there, "the hashtag #Atlantis itself has 54.7 million views".