Harold W. Percival Born April 15, 1868 Bridgetown, Barbados, British West Indies Died March 6, 1953 New York City, US Resting place Cremated Occupation Theosophist and writer Language English Nationality American Subjects Theosophy Notable work(s) Thinking and Destiny Harold Waldwin Percival (15 April 1868 - 6 March 1953) was a Theosophist and writer who founded The Word Foundation, famous for his magnum opus Thinking and Destiny.
In 1904 he began publishing
The Word, "A monthly magazine devoted to Philosophy, Science, Religion, Eastern thought, Occultism, Theosophy, and the Brotherhood of Humanity."
His writings have been noted as a major influence upon the famous science-fiction and fantasy author,
Richard Matheson, who declared that his work (1999) was based largely on the ideas of Percival. The Path Biography [edit ]
This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (February 2014) Books [edit ] Thinking and Destiny Masonry and its Symbols Man and Woman and Child Democracy is Self-Government References [edit ] External links [edit ]