1 See the list of Arndt's edited volumes in the bibliography, as well as the annotations regarding other sources, some of which are less helpful than others.

2 Arndt, Karl, ed., George Rapp's Separatists (1700-1803), (Worcester: Harmony Society Press, 1980) [hereafter GRS] 67 ff.

3 GRS 84

4 GRS 175

5 GRS 246.

6 GRS 260.

7 See the article by Wouter Hanegraaff for an insightful overview and analysis of the case of the seeress of Prevorst: "A Woman Alone: The Beatification of Friederike Hauffe née Wanner (1801-1829)," in Anne-Marie Korte, ed., Women, Stories, Miracles, (New York/Leiden: Brill, 1999).

8 Arndt, Karl, ed., A Documentary History of the Indiana Decade of the Harmony Society (Worcester: Harmony Society Press, 1978) 440-441

9 For a selection of theosophic writings, including those of Thomas Bromley, Jane Leade, and John Pordage, as well as many others, see Arthur Versluis, ed., Wisdom's Book: The Sophia Anthology, forthcoming

10 See, on this point and for a general introduction to theosophy, Arthur Versluis, Theosophia: Hidden Dimensions of Christianity, (Hudson: Lindisfarne, 1994) as well as, for a much more in-depth examination, Wisdom's Children: A Christian Esoteric Tradition, (Albany: SUNY, 1999).

11 GRS 96-97.

12 Arndt, Karl, ed., Economy on the Ohio, (1826-1834), (Worcester: Harmony Society Press, 1984) 142

13 Arndt, Karl, George Rapp's Harmony Society (1785-1847), (Rutherford: Associated UP, 1972) revised edition, [hereafter GRHS] 425.

14 GRHS 429-433

15 GRHS 475

16 GRHS 532

17 GRHS 540

18 GRHS 447

19 Arndt, Karl, George Rapp's Successors and Material Heirs (1847-1916), (Rutherford: Associated UP, 1971) 289-317