H.P. Blavatsky
COLLECTED WRITINGS ONLINE

Cover Volume 13 Blavatsky Collected Writings

Compiled by Boris de Zirkoff
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Cover text

Preface & Acknowledgement

( unique contents per volume )

Note on the Transliteration of Sanskrit

(unique general bibliography & index per volume)

VOLUME XIII

Foreword (xxi-xxii)

Chronological Survey & Key to Abbrev. (xxiii-xxvii)

Table Of Contents (xxix-xxxii)

Pistis Sophia: Commentary and Notes (1-81) ( only in this volume )

1891

  1. The Babel of Modern Thought (83-103)
  2. A Criticism on a Critic (104-110)
  3. Going To and Fro: [Regarding Giants and Hypnotism] (111-114)
  4. Comments on “The Theosophical Society and H.P.B.” (115-121)
  5. Miscellaneous Notes (122)
  6. The Indian General Secretaryship (122)
  7. The Devil’s Own Thoughts on Ormuzd and Ahriman (123-133)
  8. Miscellaneous Notes (134)
  9. [Bertram Keightley and The Theosophist] (135)
  10. [Annie Besant and the Esoteric Section] (135-137)
  11. The Negators of Science (138-157)
  12. Footnotes to “The Purānas” (158-160)
  13. Are Bacilli Anything New? (161)
  14. A Magic Wand (162)
  15. Two Kinds of “Peacemakers ” (163)
  16. A Sincere Confession (163-164)
  17. Miscellaneous Notes (164-165)
  18. The Light of the World—Review (165-170)
  19. Miscellaneous Notes (170)
  20. Letter to the Fifth Annual Convention of the American Section of the T.S. (171-175)
  21. Additional Message to the Fifth American Convention (176)
  22. Civilization, the Death of Art and Beauty (177-190)
  23. True Nobility (191)
  24. My Books (191-202)
  25. A Declaration (203-204)
  26. Madame Blavatsky Speaks Out (205-207)

POSTHUMOUSLY PUBLISHED

  1. Posthumous Works [Fragments ascribed to H.P.B. which have titles devised by the compiler have daggers after them.] (208)
  2. The Theosophical Society—A Truthful Tale of the Nineteenth Century (209-214)
  3. The Blessings of Publicity (215-218)
  4. [There is a Road, Steep and Thorny . . .] (219)
  5. Frogs and Chinamen (220-222)
  6. Madame Blavatsky and the Grippe (223)
  7. The Denials and the Mistakes of the Nineteenth Century (224-242)
  8. Literary Jottings (243-247)
  9. From the Polar Lands (248-253)
  10. Buddhism, Christianity and Phallicism (254-261)
  11. The Mind in Nature (262-269)
  12. One Eternal Truth . . .† (269-270)
  13. Nebo of Birs-Nimrud (271-282)
  14. Pherecydes (283-285)
  15. Knowledge Comes in Visions† (285)
  16. The Outer World as Natural Enemy of Every New Truth† (286-287)
  17. Consciousness and Self-Consciousness (288-289)
  18. An Intro and Retrospective Dream: A Tale of the XXIV Century (290-295)
  19. Pagan Symbolism Indestructible—Why? (296-300)
  20. On Cosmic Cycles, Manvantaras and Rounds† (301-306)
  21. Spinoza and Western Philosophers (307-312)
  22. Answers to Questions† (313-320)
  23. Ancient Astronomy. The Great Pyramid† (321-323)
  24. The Origin of the Pythagorean System† (324-325)
  25. The Chaldean “Vedas” or “Vedic” Chaldees (326-340)
  26. Christianizing “Pagan” Ideas† (340-341)
  27. Palibothra or Megasthenes (342-344)
  28. On Dr. Carpenter and Scientific Prejudice† (345-347)
  29. On Separation of the Nations, etc.† (348-350)
  30. Kabala (351-354)
  31. Hermetic Fire† (354-355)
  32. Scattered Fragments† (356-358)
  33. Letter to the Moscow Herald† (359-361)
  34. On Mesmerism and Hypnotism† (362-363)
  35. Blavatsky Lodge Minutes† (364-366)

General bibliography (369-406) ( only available online in this volume )

Index (409-465)

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