In 1939 she joined the Theosophical Society, and in the early 1940s she contributed a series of "Broadcasts from Shanghai" to The Theosophical Forum. In 1948 she immigrated to California to serve at the International Headquarters of the Theosophical Society. She married Leslie Trippit Titchenell (1914-1978) in Los Angeles, on 22 September 1949. She worked for eight years on the administrative staff of the California Institute of Technology, retiring in 1980.
Titchenell's second book was The Masks of Odin: Wisdom of the Ancient Norse (1985). Based on a series of articles published in Sunrise in 1954-55, it is one of the few instances in which a scholarly approach is applied to the Old Norse myths as a living religion. Over half the book is comprised of Titchenell's new translations of the principal poems of The Elder Edda.