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Alma Themanlys, Pascal (1843–1908), born Mary Chrystine Woodroffe Ware (or Miriam Lin Woodroffe), was an occultist and wife and co-worker of Max Théon. According to Max Théon, his wife was the driving force behind the Cosmic movement or Cosmic Tradition that he taught.
In her Collected Works and occasional references in The Agenda, The Mother (Mirra Alfassa) describes Madame Théon as an extraordinary woman with great powers; and refers to miraculous experiences at Tlemcen in Algeria, where she stayed on two extended visits to learn occultism under the tutelage of the Théons.
- Chanel, Christian; Godwin, Joscelyn; Patrick Deveney, John (1995). The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor: Initiatic and Historical Documents of an Order of Practical Occultism. Red Wheel/Samuel Weiser. ISBN 978-0877288251.
- The Mother (Mirra Alfassa) Collected Works
- Nahar, Sujata (December 1989). Mother's Chronicles, book three - Mirra the Occultist. Paris, France: Institut de Recherches Évolutives. ISBN 978-2902776214.
- Themanlys, Pascal (1991). Visions of the Eternal Present. Argaman, Jerusalem. ASIN B000X16L7W.
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