The Irish Times named Annie Besant as the first woman to endorse birth control.
lankaweb.com wrotes about the pioneering activities propounded by Col.Olcott & Madam Blavatsky in Ceylon.
India Today reported that Google Doodle celebrates Children's Day on Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday: Facts on India's first PM and the first prime minister of independent India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's had also a Theosophy-Connection.
In The Telegraph India Blavatsky plays a role in the article Modern Hinduism: Searching for the self.
A book-review of Modern South India: A History from the 17th Century to Our Times by Rajmohan Gandhi in The Hindu mentioned Theosophy.
The Washington Post wrotes about the thoesophy inspirated artist Hilma af Klint and the exhibition of her works at the Guggenheim Museum in New York through April 23. (Paywall) but also readable at gulfnews.com, artnet News, Observer, ArtLyst, Art Newspaper, Forbes, Financial Times, Commonweal, Gothamist, New York Times, City Guide NY, Hyperallergic, Artsy, Arte Fuse and Brooklyn Rail or The New Yorker and always Theosophy and or Balavatsky was mentioned.
The Irish Times published two articles, the Novellist Charlotte Despard and Poet, mystic, trade unionist and suffragist Eva Gore-Booth, both more or less Theosophy-inspirated.
The Costa Rican poet Eunice Odio was also theosophy-inspirated, if we believe Linfield College Professor Sonia Ticas at orartswatch.org.
In Ann McCoy with Aaron Rosen we get to know, that the Artist Ann McCoy is also theosophy-inspirated, read at brooklynrail.org.
The Guardian introduce Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies in Ithaca (USA) that has also a theosophical history.
The article The art of loving in tragedy in IndianLink.com narrate the story of Austrian-born Gertrude Hirsch who also is theosophy-related.
lomabeat.com publishes an article about the "utopian community" of Katherine Tingley in Point Loma or at least, where this plays a little role.
Odia Son received the Fellowship in Theosophical Studies as orissadiary.com reported.
A story from the Spectator about Hermann Hesse mentioned Theosophy.
The Times (UK) explain why "the tech elite in America are paying up to $40,000 a year to send their children to Waldorf-schools that enforce a back-to-basics approach". In this article also Theosophy is mentioned, because this "screen-free education... has a new-age twist".
A short biographie on patheos.com about the Wondrous Alexandra David-Neel mentined H. P. Blavatsky.
On opindia.com you can read some Gandhi-Quotes also the famous one about the Key to Theosophy by H. P. Balavstky.
In the article Why Henry David Thoreau was drawn to yoga at bigthink.com Blavatsky is mentioned as thinker, that was influenced by Yoga.
Blavatsky plays also an important role in the strange story One Month After the Titanic Sank at slate.com
Now also The Jewish Voice spreads the lies about Theosophy one can find in Mr. Kurlander's book "Hitlers Monsters" (we reported on one of our last issue).
Patheos.com has some strange thoughts about Theosophy and Suffragettes, Gnostics, and the Divine Feminine
The Curch Times illuminates the Anglo-Catholic involvement in the occult and maybe also the roots of C.W. Leadbeaters "Theospohy".
An article full of hate about the Akashic Records one can read in bustle.com.
In Mercatornet once again The rise of Wicca is connected also with Theosophy, named in one sentence with Aleister Crowley, so you an imagine the quality of the article.
The Jewish Press asked Who’s Responsible For The Measles Outbreak? and has also an anwser: "bizarre New Age beliefs and affiliations, which include Taoism, Reiki, Buddhism, the Sun Salute in Yoga, arm-flapping alternative kinesiology, Theosophy, and Christian Lemoges." [?]
theringer.com bother to attest the Far Right "Magical Thinking" and also Balavtsky is mentioned there.