M. M. Phelon
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M. M. (Mira M.) Phelon (1831-1896) was born in Salem, Vermont, and died in Chicago, Illinois. She first studied Christian Science with Roger Sherman in 1884 and then studied with Mary Baker Eddy in September 1885. In late 1884, Phelon and her husband, W. P. (William Pike) Phelon, a medical doctor, who also studied with Roger Sherman, set up a metaphysical healing practice in Chicago. In 1887, they founded an occult fraternity called The Hermetic Brotherhood of Atlantis, Luxor and Elephante, along with The Hermetic Publishing Company, which published a monthly periodical called The Hermetist (1887-1899). She remained at the head of the fraternity, alongside her husband, until her passing. There is no record of her joining the Christian Scientist Association or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).
M. M. Phelon
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M. M. (Mira M.) Phelon (1831-1896) was born in Salem, Vermont, and died in Chicago, Illinois. She first studied Christian Science with Roger Sherman in 1884 and then studied with Mary Baker Eddy in September 1885. In late 1884, Phelon and her husband, W. P. (William Pike) Phelon, a medical doctor, who also studied with Roger Sherman, set up a metaphysical healing practice in Chicago. In 1887, they founded an occult fraternity called The Hermetic Brotherhood of Atlantis, Luxor and Elephante, along with The Hermetic Publishing Company, which published a monthly periodical called The Hermetist (1887-1899). She remained at the head of the fraternity, alongside her husband, until her passing. There is no record of her joining the Christian Scientist Association or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).