International Group of Theosophists
The International Group of Theosophists was a small group
of Theosophists active during the mid-twentieth century. They
tried to remain aloof from the very intense quarrels that divided
the movement in the 1890s. Heading the group was Boris
Mihailovich de Zirkoff (1902–1981), the grandnephew of Helena
Petrovna Blavatsky, one of the founders of the original
Theosophical Society. De Zirkoff spent much of his life editing
and publishing Blavatsky’s collected works. The group dissolved
soon after de Zirkoff’s death.
Sources
The Theosophical Movement, 1875–1950. Los Angeles Cunningham
Press, 1951.