Volume XV

 

B index

 

Baal:

prophets of, XII 278

worship, XIV 192-93, 282, 316

Baba Kheim Singh Vedi:

descendant of Guru Nanak, III 60

Babbitt, Dr.:

innate ideas and, XII 602

Babe:

divine, in every heathen religion, II 164-65

Babel Myth:

related to lost Mystery language, XIV 181

Babel, Tower of:

Bible and, XIII 275

in Biblical chronology, XIII 258, 274-75

destruction of, XIII 273

etymology of term, XIII 272-74

legendary, XIII 102-03, 273-74

"one-lip" Mystery language and, XIV 181

original astrological use of, XIII 273

ought to read `city of God', XIII 272

rebuilt by King of Babylon, XIII 273

de Rougemont on, XIII 274

as temple of the Seven Lights,

XIII 273-81

Babil:

sanctuary of Nebo where oracle

spoke, XIII 281

Babinet, Jacques (1794-1872):

denies levitation, I 243, 245

on immense aerolite, XIV 231

on ogdoad of ancients, XIV 227

opposed to levitation, XIV 231

on seven planets, X 31

bio-bibliog., I 447; X 412

Babka:

silver coin, II 147

Babouches:

on feet of six-toed dwarf, I 182

Babylon:

allegories of Genesis on tiles of,

XIV 170

book of Xisuthros and, XIV 175

dominion of Nimrod, XIII 332

Jews and, 111 451, 453

Kings of, XIII 276-77

St. Peter died at, XIV 126

sacred Sciences of, XIII 328

size of, cp. to modern cities, XIII 279-80

symbols at site of, XIII 229, 278-80

Babylonia:

India and, III 420

rites in, similar to Tibetan Bon's, III 419

Babylonian(s):

Captivity & Jews, XIV 176

Captivity not known to Black Jews,

XIV 174

civilization inspired by Nebo, XIII

279

influence on Pentateuch, VII 254

man created on 7th day in, system,

XIV 176

OT. based on, Magical texts, XIV 197

texts on Fall & Creation, XIV 204

Bacchanalia:

undermined morality, VII 134

Bacchus:

Church rites & Mysteries of, II 164

descent of, to Hades, XIII 26

as Dionysos, XIV 273 & fn.

as Greek Messiah, X 279

as Jehovah, XIV 272-73

as Koros, III 460

nature & origin of, XI 93-94 fn.

origin of rites of, XIV 451-52 fn.

Osiris cp. with, XIV 273

Zagreus, highest of Gods, XIV 273

Bach, Leo:

evolution and, VIII 118

Bacilli:

not modern discovery, XIII 161

tubercular, XIII 144, 161

Bacon, Francis, 1st Baron Verulam

(1561-I626):

on atheism & philosophy, XI 439

on charities, X 95

dishonesty of, X 94

on knowledge, VIII 140

lunar eclipses and, IV 397

on superstition & natural causes, I 233

———- New Atlantis.'

II 313 fn.

———- The Promus of Formularies and

Elegancies:

Shakespeare and, IV 602

bibliog., IV 621

Bacon, Roger (1214-1294):

I 138; VII 252

modern science and, XIV 5

Treatise on the Admirable Force. . .:

on secret cryptography, XI 524 (547)

bibliog., XI 566

Bacon, W.T. (1814-1881):

———- Thoughts in Solitude:

on truth, IX 30

bio-bibliog., IX 405

Bacteria:

withstand heat, IX 72

Bactria(n):

emigration to Indus helps date

Zoroaster, III 452 fn., 466; IV 529

Hystaspes in, IV 525 fn.

Magians initiated in caves of, XIV 35

and spread of Magism, III 456

Badagas:

Todas and, I 357

Badarayana Vyasa:

founder of Vedanta school, V 31 (60)

on Kritsita-sarira, IV 53 fn.

still living, V 193

———- Brahma-Sutras:

on dating of, V 178, 182

mention Buddhism prior to Buddha,

V 182

bibliog., V 363

See also Vyasa

Baddha:

definition, III 423

differs from Mukta, III 326

encased in 36 Tattvas, III 326

Badkube:

See Baku

Badrinath (India):

traditions about Mahatmas at, II

121-22, 262; III 140, 458; X 401

Bagh-o-Bahar

III 49

Bahak-Zivo:

Father of Genii, VI 191 fn.

Bahti:

guard prehistoric Gobi treasures, XIV 21

Bahudaka (Sk.)

definition, II 118

Bahurupa Brahmana:

XII 169 fn. (178 fn.)

Baibhar[a], Mt.:

Webhara in Pali, V 246 fn.

Bailey, Dr. J.:

———- Records of Longevity:

on maximum age of humans, IV 448

bibliog., IV 621

Bailly, Jean-Sylvain (1736-1793):

II 276

proclaimed mesmerism a delusion,

XII 219

result of, report on mesmerism, XII 221

———- Histoire de l’astronomie

ancienne. . .:

on astrology as mother of astronomy,

XIV 345

on Judiciary Astrology, XIV 345

———- Trait้ de l’astronomie indienne et

orientale:

VIII 52 (74)

bio-bibliog., VIII 419-20; XII 724-25

Bain, Alexander (1818-1903):

II 183

on mental & bodily states, VIII 328

———- Correlations of . . . Forces .

on electricity, IV 219, 226

——— Mind and Body. . .:

on differences between mind &

matter, IX 16

on plurality of souls, XII 351-52 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 420

bibliog., IV 621; IX 405; XII 725

Bairagis [Sk. Vairagis]:

most, are idle vagabonds, II 457

Banal Pachisi:

fairy tale about demon, III 49 & fn.

bibliog., III 535

Bakshish:

given to urchin, I 180

Baku (or Badkube):

Mithra and, II 127

Bala Deva Sastri:

Sanskrit Pandit, V 13 (41); VI 82 (91)

Balabasha:

language, I 373

Baladeva (Balarama):

descendants of, XIV 248

Krishna and, XIV 246, 248

prototype of Hercules, XIV 246

Balbadha [Sk. Balabhadra]:

letters or Devanagari, I 383

Baldwin, John D. (1809-1883):

———- Prehistoric Nations. . .:

Arabia was ancient Ethiopia, XIII

332 & fn.

Bali:

            "Demon" humbled the Gods, XIII 158

not an individual, IV 367

once a Daitya King, XIII 158

Baliri, Joric (fl. 17th C.):

earthquakes and, III 149

Ballala:

———- Bhoja Prabandha:

Sankara Kavi, Sankara and, V 184,

186-87

bibliog., V 363

Ballanche, Pierre (1776-1847):

on Destruction as God of world, XIV

263 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 512

Ballet Girls:

Reverends and, IX 24-26

Balsamo, Giuseppe (Joseph):

See Cagliostro

Baluchistan (Pakistan):

Kerman and, XIII 331-32

Baly, Archdeacon:

sneers at Theosophy, IV 4

Balzac, Honor้ de (1799-1850):

unconscious occultist, X 372

Bamboo Staff:

of Bramanas, XII 701

seven-knotted, IV 104

Ban-dhe-Chan Rimpoche [Tib. Pan-chen

Rin-po-che]:

See Panchen Lama

Banditti:

invasion of Spanish, II 309

Banerjee, Nobin K.:

chela of Brothers, IV 230

Banga:

See Bengal

Banner of Light.

I 188, 189, 201; III 29, 174, 287, 371;

VI 1, 3

attacks believers in magic. I 134 et seq.

on Dr. Beard, IV 393

defence of H.P.B. & Masonic

 

Diploma, I 289

on Frothingham, IV 81

H.P.B.'s stories and, VI 354

Peebles calls Buddhist's Spiritualists

in, I 290

praised, III 346-47

on Queen of Spain at s้ance, II 175

on s้ances with Eglinton, III 143-46

bibliog., VI 450

Banon, Capt. A.:

Rev. Cook and, 111490; IV 69

on Tibet, IV 160-61

Baphomet:

Satan or, is merely Pan, IV 263

of Templars related to brazen serpent,

XII 373-74

Ba-po:

See B๖n-po

Baptism:

Aztec rite similar to, II 321

of Blood is origin of atonement, XIV

262 fns.

cross and, XIV 148

example of Church dogma, XIV 146

infant, not effective, XIV 146

initiation, IV 265

as inspiration by Christos-Sophia,

XIV 160-61

of John, XI 493-94, 497

mystic rite of, XIII 31; XIV 151-52, 161

Baptist(s):

editor abuses Moncure Conway, VI

162-63

a pastoral & hydropathic sect, XIII

323

Barbarian Banquet:

compared to Parisian, XII 96-97 (103-04)

Barbarities:

of Turks, I 255 et seq., 262

Barbēlitae:

Highest Initiates, XIII 25

Proarchos of, XIII 43

Barbēlō:

dwells in 8th heaven, XIII 25

first Power issued from, XIII 22, 33

Mother of Pistis-Sophia, XIII 25, 33

in various Gnostic systems, XIII 24-25, 42

Vesture of Light and, XIII 8

Barborka, Geoffrey A. (1897-1982):

———- HP Blavatsky, Tibet and Tulku:

I 481 fn.

Bardesanes (Bardaisan) (154-222?):

as heretical Buddhist, V 211 fn.

system of Gnosis, XIII 29

Bar-do:

false, & suicides, etc., VI 107

premature death and, VI 104

state follows death, IV 121

Bareggi:

VII 63

Barhaspatyamana[m] (Sk.):

measure of year, V 261

Baring-Gould, Sabine:

See Gould, Sabine

Barlet, Charles:

X 49 (57)

Barley:

seven cubits high, X 48 (55)

wheat or, represents karma reaped by

dead, X 50-51 (58)

Barlow, Peter (1776-1862):

IV 222

bio-bibliog., IV 621

Barnacle-Goose:

16th century scientists and, VII 81-83

Bar-nang [Tib. Bar-snan]:

Space, III 423

Baronius, Caesar (1538-1607):

XIII 238

confirms story of Saint Josaphat, II

134 fn.

on names of demons, X 20

on practices of Carpocrates, XIV 70

——— Annals. . .:

old book excerpted from, XI 360, 563

on pagan worship, XI 79

——— Preface to Saint Matthew's

Gospel:

XIV 129 fn.

bio-bibliog., XI 563, 566

Barras, Charles (1826-1873):

———- The Black Crook:

light opera, VIII 37 & fn.

Barren, Sir W.F. (1844-1925):

IV 286

bio-bibliog., IV 622-25

Barth, Auguste (1834-1916):

on Pata๑jali's date, V 193

———- The Religions of India:

on Buddha's birth & Nirvana, V 141

on Sankara's date & Buddhism, V 179-84

bio-bibliog., V 370

Barthelemy Saint-Hilaire, Jules

(1805-1895):

II 104; IX 145; XIV 446

on Buddha, X 201

on Hindu genius, VII 91 fn.

Littr้'s funeral and, III 256

———- Le Bouddha et sa religion:

on Buddha's lofty character, II 133

bibliog., II 522

Baruch, Dr.:

mystical Hebrew physician, I 420-21

Baruch:

exiled from Protestant Bible, XIV 319 fn.

on stars as vessels of glorious beings,

XIV 319

Baryatinsky, Prince Vladimir:

———- Les Myst้re d' Alexandre I:

III 124 fn.

bibliog., 111496

Basantis (Syria):

Nazarenes of, & original Matthew, IV

238

Bases:

of manifested Being, IX 16

Bashi-Bazouks:

See Bashiboozook

Bashiboozook:

VIII 100

atrocities of, I 255

Basileus:

an Archōn of Athens, XIV 114

a chief Eleusinian mystae, XIV 114

Basilideans:

offshoots of Christian Gnostics, I 105

Basilides (fl. 2nd C. A.D.):

Abraxas of, cp. with Daemons, XIII 29

on Abraxas & his 365 dwellings, XIV 112

on Angels as Builders, XIV 209

Egyptian Gnostic innovator, XIV 112,

162

Gnostic system of, XIII 29

"God-Nothing" of, XI 240-42 (276-78)

Great Archōn of, XIII 43

as heretical Buddhist, V 211 fn.

Jesus not crucified acc. to, XIV 372 fn.

Logos of, & Esoteric Aletheia, XII 570

not heretic, XIV 162

reasons stigmatized by Latin Church,

XIV 70

on Sever, Aeons, XIV 112, 209

on soul, XIII 79

sources of information about, XII 579-80

system similar to Vedanta, XI 242 (278)

teachings of, VIII 213-14

writes 24 volumes, VIII 213

bio-bibliog., XIV 512-13

Basilio, Don:

VIII 101

bigoted opera character, I 128 & fn.

Basilisk:

 meaning of symbol, XIII 56-59

Bas-pa Dharma [Tib. sBas-pa]:

Secret Doctrine, VI 105

Basques:

superstitions of, II 175

were Aryans, V 217

Bastian, Adolf (1826-1905):

fakirs and, XI 289

———- Zur Mythologie . . :

on Benin's belief about shadows, II 170

bio-bibliog., II 522; XI 57

The Bat:

IX 67

Bates, Rosa (or Taffy):

I 421, 439

The Bombay Review and, II 25

expelled from T.S., II 480

goes to London, I 420, 422, 426

"kitchen row" with Coulombs, II 476

supported financially by H.P.B., II 479

Bathell, Mr. A.D.:

a "scavenger" of the T.S., XI 302-03

Bath-Kol:

Jewish oracles, I 229

Joannes and, XI 492

meaning of, VII 237

Bathybius Haeckelii:

VIII 35, 36

man and, II 185, 187

man's hoped for progenitor, IX 92, 94

Batten, Hon. Geo. H.M.:

II 349

Battery:

formed by magnetic auras, IV 27, 29-30

human may be charged like a, IV 31

human, of brain & divine fire, XIII 355

Batukram, Dr.:

II 511

"Bauddhas":

the Hylo-Idealists and, IX 59

Baudelaire, Pierre Charles (1821-1867):

name for prostitutes, XII 248

Bauer, Bruno (1809-1882):

VI 152

bio-bibliog., VI 427

Bavaria, King of:

See Louis II, King

Bawaji:

accompanies H.P.B. to Europe, VI

338 fn., 411

changed attitude of, VII 50

chela of Brothers, IV 230

Mohini and, VII 137

other names of, VII 50

saw Masters in their physical bodies,

VI 216

Bax, Clifford:

———- The Distaff Muse:

on dating of Chaucerian type poem,

IX 268 fn.

Bayazid:

on Ala-Dag mountains south of, III 213

Bayle, G.L. (1774-1816):

——— Bayle en Spinoza . . .

XIII 308 fn.

Bayle, Pierre (1647-1706):

calls Spinoza a "systematic Atheist,"

XIII 308

bio-bibliog., XIII 374

Baylis, Dr.:

faith cures and, IV 384 fn.

Bazaroff:

type created by TLrgenyev, II 360

Bdellē:

in Gnostic Triad of Invisibles, XIII 24

Beacon-Light:

beyond sea of Theosophic sciences,

XI 247 (283)

Divine Wisdom is, XI 219 (255)

true & false, XI 212-13 (248-49)

Beal, Samuel (1825-1889):

on the Masters, IV 131

———- Buddhist Records of the Western

World:

VI 98 & fn.

———- A Catena of Buddhist

Scriptures . . . .

III 420-21; XII 201

on Dhyana, III 430

on Great Teachers' abode, III 421

———- Si-Yu-Ki . . . [tr.]:

travels of a pilgrim, XIV 20 & fn.

bibliog., III 496; VI 427

Beale, Prof. Lionel S. (1828-1906):

on materialism, IV 167

——— The Romantic Legend of Sakya

Mu ni:

V 238 fn.

bibliog., V 370

Beans:

magnetism of, deadening, IV 297

Beard:

miraculous, in Saint Stephano's

Cathedral, VI 130-31

Beard, Dr. George (1839-1883):

absurd claims of, I 224-25

dies & is apt to become a "spirit," IV 393

fierce opponent of Spiritualism, IV 393

H.P.B.'s views about, & challenge to, I

36 et seq., 47 et seq.

persecutor of Spiritualism, I 135, 136

pyrotechnic exposures of Spiritualism

and, 1 189, 223

Beanie, John:

on spirit photographs, IV 63-64

Beaumarchais, P. de (1732-1799):

——— Le Barbier de S้ville.'

I 128 fn.; IV 33 fn.

———- Le Mariage de Figaro:

I 128 fn.; IV 33 fn.

bibliog., I 447; IV 625

Becher, J.J. (1635-1682):

phlogiston, IV 218 fn.

Becoming:

the Ever-, VI 206-07

nature of the Ever-, IX 98

One Absolute is, VI 10 fn.

Bede, Saint (673-735):

ignorant of spherical earth, XIV 43

———- Historia Ecclesiastical

VIII 12 fn.

bibliog., VIII 420

Bedouins:

signal-chants of, VII 268

Beecher, H.W. (1813-1887):

I 244

adulterer & perjurer, II 45

eulogizes Ingersoll, III 137-38

on Jesus, IV 74; IX 43

Beechey, Katherine A.:

Keeper of Adyar Archives, VI 214

Beef:

deadening magnetism of, IV 297

Beelzebub:

14th name of Devil, IV 389

Begging:

prohibited in Theosophical Society, V 282

Beglar, J.D.:

Cheta Cave and, V 247 fn.

———- Report . . .

on date of Buddha Gaya, V 228

bibliog., V 371

Behedin:

on Magi who became "gods," III 214

scattered tribes of Zoroastrians, 111212

Being:

Be-ness or, only reality, VIII 124

Carlyle on essence of our, XIII 97

Dharmakaya is formless, XIV 392 & fn.

Esse and, VIII 111

every, was, is, or will be a human, X 321

existence and, XI 240 (276-77)

given to non-being, XIII 55

good & evil effects of manifested,

VIII 115-16

Great, guided infant humanity, IV 514

on heterogeneity of, VIII 115-16

implies something organized, III 477 fn.

Kabalah on Supreme, XIII 351-52

manifested, & Maya, IX 16

matter & spirit, IV 420-21

mystery of, IX 62

Primal, of Plato, XIII 268

a Ray of, within everyone, XIV 310

as related to mind & brain, XII 358

Sat is Absolute, XIV 189

self-forgetfulness reveals truth of, VIII

126

Yhvh yields mysteries of, XIV 188-89

Beings:

higher, confabulate with elect mortals,

X 168

higher, incarnated in our humanity, X 166

overshadow rare sensitives, X 168

Space the abode of invisible, XIV 412

subjective high, X 312

Beit-Oualy:

crosses on Egyptian tomb of, IX

274 & fn.

Beke, Charles T. (1800-1874):

———- The Idol in Horeb:

on "calf" worshipped by Israelites,

III 130-31

——— Origines Biblicae . . .

III 130

bio-bibliog., III 496-97

Bel (or Baal):

Babylonian, as Sun, XIII 279

B๖n rites and, III 419

in cuneiform legend, XIV 198

as Ferouer of Christ & Angels, XIV 71 fn.

God of Wisdom, XIII 274, 278

-Jupiter, XIV 282

            Moloch, Chiun as Baal or, XIII 279

Mylitta &, as sidereal rulers, XIV 348

Belfast News Letter:

on stone-throwings, II 448

Belgrade:

H.P.B. in, I 14 (19), 165

Belief(s):

blind, & religion, III 113

danger of, formed on authority, X 129

never to be forced on others, III

225-26, 369

oldest, of man, XIII 267

of Spiritualists & Theosophists

examined, III 367-69

Theosophy is a, Theosophists are a

fact, III 367-68

in Truth not authority, XIII 119

See also Faith

Belisarius (505?-565):

Cagliostro produced vision of, II 367

Bellachini, Samuel (1828-1885):

testimony of, on phenomena, I 316-17;

III 238

Bellarmino, Cardinal R. (1542-1621):

———- "De ecclesia triumphante":

on vigils or wakes, XI 91

bio-bibliog., XI 567

Bellati:

or white foreigners puzzle Hindus, II

79

La Belle H้lene:

Calchas in operetta of, XIII 187

Belor Tagh:

hidden cave and, III 467

Belus:

legend of new race & blood of, VIII 181

Sun-God, III 214 fn., 218

Benares (India):

Kasi as ancient name of, II 120

Sanskrit spoken purely in, VI 79-80

(87-89)

seat of subtlest metaphysics, II 118

secret, is underground, II 120

Benedict IX, Pope:

a sorcerer & magician, VII 222

Benedict XIV, Pope (1675-1758):

——— De beatificatione:

Resurrection of animals and, VII 26

bibliog., VII 357

Be-Ness:

as Eheieh, VIII 143, 147

German "das sein" and, X 315-16

is only reality, VIII 124

progress through Maya necessary to

reach, VIII 111

or Sat, VI 207; VIII 111; X 315, 317, 320

See also Being; Sat

Bengal (India):

on Hindu kings of, V 309

The Bengal Magazine:

rude Christian editor of, II 363

Benin (Nigeria):

negroes' beliefs about shadows, II 170

Bennett, Mrs.:

a cheat, I 220

Bennett, D.M. (1818-1882):

Adepts used, as agent, IV 369 fn.

books of, V 119

claimed as "spirit-control," IV 353, 393

Freethoughtleader & ed. of The

Truthseeker X 141 fn.

H.P.B. defended, IV 79-80, 285-86

Masters endorsed T.S. membership of,

IV 369 & fn.

Olcott on, IV 79

self-made man, IV 147-48

slandered by Rev. J. Cook, IV 69

———- The Book of the Chronicles of

the Pilgrim . . .:

 IV 285 fn.

debunks alleged events in Palestine,

IV 285-86

——— A Truth-Seeker Around the

World.'

favorable appraisal of, IV 146-48, 368-69

bio-bibliog., IV 625-33                 -

Bensenger, Dr. V.N.:

misinformed on Ceylon, VI 139

Benson, Archbishop E W. (1829-1896):

letter from Lucifer to, VIII 268-83

letter to, criticised, IX 81-83

Bentley, John:

Indian antiquities researched by, XIV 364

———- Historical View of Hindu

Astronomy:

on antiquity of, XIV 364

Fall of Angels deals with time-

periods, XIV 201

on Lunar asterisms, XIV 364

bibliog., XIV 513

Bentley, Richard (1662-1742):

gives date of sage Garga, VII 279

biog., VII 357

Bentota Ceylon:

community of adepts once lived at, II

438

Bentzon, Th.:

———- ษmancip้e:

VIII 100

Bergen, Carl von (1838-1897):

devoted to Masters, VII 136-37

———- Lectures in Sweden:

no Trinity in Bible, XIV 354 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 513-14

Berger, Dr.:

hypnotism and, III 43

Bergh, Henry (1811-1888):

zoophile, IV 282

Bergier, N.S. (1718-1790):

God worshipped in Sun, XIV 325

Beriah:

a lower world in Kabalah, XIV 302

Bering Strait:

once a land bridge, II 433

Berkeley, Bishop:

could not get beyond theological

Christianity, VI 136

on inversion of child's vision, VI 136

Bernard, Claude (1813-1878):

"Life is Death" paradox of, VIII 124

on living matter & life, XII 413

physiologist, XIII 140

Bernard, J. -Fr.:

———- Religious Ceremonies . . .

edited by, III 63-64 & fn., 500

Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint (1090-1153):

on women, XII 269

Bernheim, H. (1837-1919):

on hypnotism, VIII 105

bio-bibliog., VIII 420

Beroea (Gk. Beroia):

on Sabians of, IV 238

Berosus (fl. 3rd C. B.C.):

II 112

on Chemmis of Egyptians, XIII 239

on date of Zoroaster, III 466

on Ham & Zoroaster, XIII 239

on legend of divine race of men, VIII 181

mentions King Ubara Tutu, III 215

on Oannes, III 218

on Saros & Great Year, III 150

sidereal rule of Bel & Mylitta, XIV 348

source of, History, XIV 175

works of, escape Alexandrian fire,

XIII 231

———- Antiquities:

Book III, XIII 239-40

Bert, Paul (1833-1886):

———- Cat้chisme laique:

 

on God, XII 56

———- Manual of Civic Ethics:

XII 55

bio-bibliog., XII 725

Berthelot, P.E. (1827-1907):

gases and, IV 215

———- Les origines de l'alchimie:

on development of Chemistry, VIII 347

———- La Synth้se chimique:

on alchemists, XI 509 (532)

bibliog., VIII 420; XI 567

Bertillon, Alphonse (1853-1914):

——— La morale des J้suites:

IX 302

———- Les Races sauvages:

on extermination of Tasmanians, XII 288

bio-bibliog., XII 725-26

bibliog., IX 406

Bertrand, Sergeant:

corpses and, I 286

Bertrand, Abb้ F.M. (1807-1881):

———- Dictionnaire universel . . .:

on fetishes, VII 214

bibliog., VII 357

Berzelius, Baron J๖ns Jacob (1779-1848):

mental state of dying, V 92

urges study of magnetism, III 99

bio-bibliog., III 497

Besant, Annie (1847-1933):

on Advisory council to H.P.B., XII

264

on arrangement of S.D. III by, XIV

xxx & fn.

on article of, XIII 115

Bradlaugh &, slandered by Rev. Cook,

IV 69

conversion from Atheism to Theosophy,

XI 397, 406 et seq.; XII 152

editor of H.P.B.'s posthumous work,

XIV xliii-iv

editor of Lucifer, XIII 219

embodiment of brotherhood, XI 374, 376

in error about T.S. & Olcott, IV 171-72

as Esoteric Section Councillor, XIII

135-36

on formation of T.S., I 123

on God idea, XI 410

great orator, IV 124

on H.P.B. and T.S., XIII 115-16

H.P.B. welcomes support of, XII 152

joined T.S. of own free will, XI 333,

419-21

as joint Head of E.S., XII 501 fn.

Mead &, agree on S.D. III problems,

XIV xxxviii, xl

Mr. Mulliss interviews, XIV xxxi-ii

on objects of T.S., XI 334

opposed T.S. appealing to fashionable

people, XII 59 fn.

pamphlet criticizes, XI 418-30

President of Blavatsky Lodge, XII xxiv

read H.P.B.'s letter to American

Convention, XIII 171, 176

S.D. first draft found by, in 1922,

X1V xxviii

Secretary of Inner Group, XII 485

signed defense of H.P.B., XIII 204

steadfastness of purpose, IV 157

———- "Theosophy and the Society of

Jesus":

Compiler on, IX 317

———- "Why I became a Theosophist":

XI 408

bibliog., IX 406

Besant, Walter (1836-1901):

———- Herr Paulus . . .:

fanciful Abyssinian prophet, X 21-22 fn.

bibliog., X 412

Bestemia:

Italian proverb on, II 219

Beswick:

on Cagliostro, XII 84 fn.

Bethel Stone:

sacrifice &, of Hebrews, XIL 94 (101)

Bethlehem:

stable of, & Catholic display, II 162

Beverage:

sacred, of Mysteries, II 10 (21)

Bhadrasena (Sk.):

or Bindusara, V 256, 257

Bhagandara (Sk.):

Sankara given disease of, by sorcery,

II 218

Bhagavad-Gita:

IV 569; VII 246; XIV 431

analysis of "aspirant" in, IX 162 fn.

an ancient record of Initiation, IV 124

antiquity of, challenged, XIV 240

Buddhists and, IV 99

Esoteric Buddhism gives key to, VI

146-48

esoteric meaning & Tibetan doctrine,

V 68

on fire, III 462

on fixing mind on Self, XII 671 fn.

hidden teachings in, revealed by

Esoteric Buddhism, X 177-78

initiated Brahmans and, IV 192

inner God idea in, XIV 55

on Krishna as witness to Light, XI 488

on Krishna & Avataric births, XIV 372

over 20,000 years old, XIV 364-65

precession of equinoxes known in

time of, XIV 364

publication of Judge edition, XII 376

Song Celestial of Arnold, XIII 169

on states after death, X 396

Subba Row and, IV 191

symbolism of Aswattha tree in,

XIV 459 fn.

text of the Pauranika Eclectic School,

XII 343 fn.

Theosophical Society reactivated

interest in, XII 307

on true Yogi, XIII 169

various spellings of, I 250

bibliog., V 363

Bhagavan (or Ditza-van):

site of antediluvian Fire-temple, III 216

town consecrated to Ormuzd, III 216

Bhagavant (Sk.):

manifestations of, III 319 fn.

Bhagavata-Purana:

VI 40; IX 197 (219)

on ancient city of Kusasthali, XIV 248

on Hindu chronology, XIV 364

Maya and, X 328

over 20,000 years old, XIV 365

Sunaƒsepa story & its variants,

XII 169 fn. (178 fn.)

bibliog., VI 424; IX 406; XII 726

Bhagawan (or Bhagavat) (Sk.):

as God, V 99

Bhante (Pali):

šryan Brahmans amidst Himalayan,

XIV 423

Bodhisattvas as the Brothers or,

VI 100; XIV 423 fn.

neither gods nor spirits, VI 105

Bharatavarsha (Sk.):

on šryas of, IX 351 fn. (379 fn.)

Bharavi (7th C. Hindu poet):

———- Kiratarjuniya:

on conquering passions, IV 614;

VIII 294-95

bibliog., VIII 414

Bhashyacharya, N. (1835-1889):

on Buddhist works in Adyar library,

XII 300-01

rf. to article of, XII 301 fn.

———- Visish˜advaita Catechism:

on jivas & solar rays, IX 63 fn.

bio-bibliog., IX 406-07

Bhashyas:

Theosophists uphold no particular

school of, II 216

Bhaskara (Sk.):

the Light-Maker, X 401

symbol of Sun, XI 68

Bhaskara Nand Sarasvati Swami:

———- "Some Customs of šryavarta":

XII 419

Bha˜˜apada:

See Kumarila

Bhavabhuti (fl. 8th C.):

famous poet, XIII 109

Vaidic style, XIII 109

Bhavani (Sk.):

patroness of the Thugs, XIV

451-52 fn.

Bhavaviveka (ca. 490-570 A.D.):

founder of Svatantrika Madhyamika

Buddhism, XIV 438

Bhavishya-Purana:

IX 197 (219)

bibliog., IX 407

Bhikshus (mendicants) (Sk.):

varied levels of Nirvanas, XIV 394 fn.

Bhishmaparvan:

See Mahabharata

Bhisti:

water carrier, IV 326

Bhoja Prabandha:

See Ballala

Bhojapatra, Jaswant Roy:

native surgeon, III 36

rf. to domestic remedies article of,

III 36

Bhola Deva Sarma:

chela of Brothers, IV 230

Bhons:

See B๖n(s)

Bhoot(s) [Sk. Bhut(a)]:

II 68, 69, 78, 377

apparitions and, VI 102

astral body is, VII 106

definitions, II 74; IV 122; VII 178

distinguished from Pitris, XII 201 fn.

earth-bound souls, II 177

earthbound spirit & intense thought,

III 424

elementals and, III 477

are Elementaries of theosophists, II 74

as elements, XII 667; XIII 68

exorcisms and, III 483

fades out after centuries, VII 299

Hindu view of, II 74; II 80

or Kama-rupa, X 219

Mukti and, VI 169

not devoid of memory & intellect, VI

108-09

pindams at Gya and, V 311-13

Pisachas and, XII 201 & fn.

possess women mainly, II 74

possession by, IV 175, 553

no rebirth for, VII 198

Spiritualists have wrong notions

about, II 39

of Sraddha ceremony, XII 171 fn.

(181 fn.)

stories about, not for entertainment,                      

II 350

terrible demon, VII 190, 208

Theosophists do not worship, II 37

worship of, II 137

Bhopa Raja:

on commentators as perverters, IV 285

Bhrigu(s) (Sk.):

fire and, VIII 143 fn.

Bhu:

definition, X 354

Bhuchari Mudra (Sk.):

sense of, debased, II 119

Bhumi (Earth) (Sk.):

double revolution in the Rasa

Mandala, XIV 332

guardians of, or mother earth, VII 274

Bhupal (Bhopal, India):

Kings of, V 309

Bhutalipi (Sk.):

Hindu writing and, V 306

Bhutan:

Dharma Raja of, IV 17-18

tributaries of Taley Lamas in, IV 12

triple incarnation dogma in, IV 10, 17

Bhutatman (Sk.):

one of Vishnu's titles, XII 149

Bhuvana (Sk.):

luminous Essence of Indian allegory,

XIV 261

Bianchini, FG. (1662-1729):

Jesuit astronomer, X 25

bio-bibliog., X 413

Bibesco, Princess Martha (1887-?):

———- Katia:

III 168 fn.

bibliog., III 497

Bible:

XIV 210-11, 216, 262-63 fn.

adultery, polygamy & polyandry in,

XI 35 et seq.

as allegory, VIII 355 (372)

alone can't reveal Occult secrets, XIV

67, 84, 193-96, 208 & fn.

anthropomorphism in, XIV 67, 208-09

biographies in, have three aspects,

XIV 91

Book of Enoch cp. to, XIV 78-79

borrows considerably, XIV 75-76,

92-93, 172 fn., 195-96

Catholic Church and, II 163

chronology, XIII 274-75, 327

chronology of Enoch, XIV 80-82

chronology of, & Vedas, II 111, 114-15

comforting for murderers, III 249

commentaries on, XIV 67

compared to other scriptures, XIV

82-84, 92, 170, 175-76, 185-91,

193 ff., 262-63 fn.

contradicted by worldly customs, IV 235

Creation &, chronology, XIV 188 fn.

cremation and, III 301

cruelties in, VIII 263-64

Divine inspiration claimed for, XIV

199, 201

Douay version, XIV 61 fns.

Earth's chronology in, XIV 176, 191, 193

Eastern interpreter needed for, XIV 75-76

effect of disbelief in supernatural

"miracles" of, III 277

Egyptian parentage of, myths, III 485-86

on Elohistic portions of, XIV 195,

208 fn.

esoteric meaning of, VIII 176

events debunked by Bennett, IV 285-86

fallible, VIII 176

fictitious character of authority of, I 380

first words of, XIV 67, 206-07, 210-11

foolish glorification of, III 450

foundation square of, XIV 157 & fn.

on giants of old, XIII 111

glyphs in, XIV 157, 195

Hebrew, exists no more, XIV 193-94

indecent language in, III 366

Initiates called "Perfect" in, XIV

56 fn.

Jesus not the One God, says, XIV 159

Kabalah and, XIII 353-54

Kabalistic Book of Numbers and,

XIV 191

key geometric figure & Moses, XIV 95-96

letter J and, XI 497

literal belief in, will not last, VIII 207

on Lucifer in translations from VIII

27-28 fn.

magic mentioned in, XIII 326

a masterpiece Esoterically, XIV 76, 84

may be obliterated in near future, III 67

miracles in, & spiritual phenomena,

III 230, 276-77

misread & misrepresented, XI 525

(547), XIV 121, 146-50, 182-83, 191,

193-94, 210-11, 242 fn., 501-02

Mosaic, unknown to West, XIV 191, 193

mute on immortality, II 12 (23), 70

Neo-Platonic language in, XIV 55, 148

not expressive of Highest Divinity,

XIV 185

not "Word of God," II 52

number seven and, IV 578

numerical symbolism, VII 293; XIV

44 & fn., 45, 61-63, 65, 67, 73-74,

92 fn., 146, 157-59, 181, 192-93, 195

Occult & sacred at core, XIV 84

as old exploded legends, III 208

parable & mystery in, XIV 40, 45, 58

& fn., 73-74, 76, 146-60

personages from India, XIV 92, 176

phallicism in, X 99; XIII 256; XIV

61-62, 177, 195, 207-08

produced by many anonymous scribes,

IV 241

Protestant interp. of Solar tabernacle,

XIV 324

reason for inconsistencies in, VII 257-58

recommends violence, III 116-17

revised edition of, upsets theological

stronghold, III 66

revision & falsification in, II 50-51,

69-70; XIV 146-50, 154, 156, 172-74,

182-83 fn., 191, 193-94, 197 fn.

Sabaeanism in Vulgate, XIV 324

septenary system and, III 453; XIV 201

Septuagint translation of teraphim,

VII 231

Shushan palace of, XIII 331-32

on Spirituality of, XIV 193 & fn.,

195, 208

spurious character of, VIII 179

stolen by fanatical Christians, XI 42

strong language and, IX 9

superstitions of, & archaeology, II 347

thousands of errors in, II 27

Triune foundation of, XIV 43

ungodly tricks of "god" of, XIII 102

used to uphold slavery, VII 21

Vulgate, VII 19 fn., 235, 255

Vulgate translation of teraphim, VII 231

weeds of, to last another century, III 213

well-known yet not understood, XIII 98

will be repudiated, VIII 181

on world's creation, deluge, etc., XIII 327

worship of, III 286

———- New Testament:

allegorical origin in Egypt 4,000 B.C.,

VIII 356 (373)

allegorical & symbolical, XIV 121,

137, 154

an allegory, IX 203 (225)

on angels, XII 202

Basilides and, VIII 213

Christian fathers on, XIV 36

compared with Apocrypha, XIV 109

completed 300 years after Apostles,

XIV 263 fn.

dates from about end of 4th Century,

IV 242

degradation of women in, XII 269

describes unselfish white magic, XI 495

disfigured Christ, XIV 43, 146, 148,

156, 158-60

Gnostic wisdom found in, VIII 179 & fn.

Gospels are Platonic, XIV 16

groundwork of, universal, VIII 181

in "heathen" language, XIV 179

an Initiation Cycle allegory, XI 495-96

not a unity, XI 486

original esoteric texts of, VIII 179

& fn., 210

Vulgate quoted, IX 181 fn., 182 fn.,

183 fn., 185 fn., 186 fn., 187 fn.,

188 fn., 190 fn., 191 fn.

——— Old Testament:

accuracy depends upon Septuagint,

XIV 178-79

allegorical basis of Masonic rite XIV 264

as "communication" from God, XIV 193

compared with NT., XIV 16

on compilers of, XIV 194-97

copied from Babylonian Magical

texts, XIV 197

doctrines from Enoch, XIV 82

Esoteric symbology of, XIV 36, 92 & fn.,

137, 158-59, 176, 195-96, 272 fn.

infallibility of OT., II 46-47

oldest Hebrew MS. of, dated 1106, III

453 fn.

original, not in Bible, XIV 174, 177

Pentateuch made fantastic by

Masoretic points, XI 524 (547)

reverence for, XII 341

revision of OT., II 402

selfish magic of, XI 495

Septuagint version's origin, IX 95

sources in Kabalah, XIV 92-93,

168-70, 172-78

symbolism of OT., VII 254-55

versions of Pentateuch, XIV 172-74, 177

Vulgate quoted, IX 368 (396)

Wisdom books of, XIV 46 fn., 61,

167-72, 193-96

See also Gospels; Pentateuch;

individual books of

Biblical:

allegories unreliable, XI 14

Biblical Archaeology, Society of:

Transactions, XIII 280 fn.

Biblioth้que des sciences:

VII 39 fn.

Bibractis:

colossal city described by Ragon, XIV

295

 few remaining relics at, XIV 296

last of Druids perished at, XIV 311

rival of Thebes, Athens & Rome, XIV 295

sacred college of Druids in, XIV 295

Bichat, Marie EX. (1771-1802):

on life, VI 349

——— Trait้ d anatomie descriptive:

on pineal gland, XII 618

bio-bibliog., VI 427-28; XII 726

Bigandet, Bishop Pierre (1813-1894):

Buddha and, IX 148

confessions of, & other Orientalists, V

342

mistaken about šdi-Buddha, IV

391 fn.

———- The Life or Legend of

Gaudama...:

on Buddha's last years, V 249 fn.

on Buddhist eras, V 254-55

on celibacy, IV 7

bio-bibliog., IV 633-34

bibliog., V 371; IX 407; XIV 514

Bigelow, Dr. H.J. (1818-1890):

donates Kobo-dai-shi's portrait to

Adyar, XII 301

Bigot:

preferred to hypocrite, III 115

Bigotry:

Bradlaugh and, IV 231

professional rapacity and, IV 72

those who fight, often reviled, II 210

Bija (Sk.):

seed of Avatarism, XIV 160 fn., 371

Vidya in the "Black Age," XIV 430-31

Billing, Dr. & Mrs. Harry J.:

I 411, 412, 424

carried original T.S. circular to

London, I 375 fn.

on Committee of T.S., I 246

hears a Brother's voice, I 427

wished to join šrya Samaj, II 42

Bilu (Belus), King (fl. 7000 B.C.):

tried to pervert followers of Sun-God

Haig, III 214-15

Binah:

among first three Sephirōth, XIV 189,

218 fn.

as Astral Ocean, X 147

diagram of, as feminine principle, IX

360 fn. (388 fn.)

female Jah-hovah, VIII 139

feminine, VIII 146 fn., 173 fn.

žokhmah and, IV 421

as Intelligence or Mother, XII 545;

XIV 189

Jehovah as, IV 421; XIV 190, 218 fn.

Kether & žokmah emanate 7

Sephirōth, XIV 190, 216 fn.

Mahat and, X 355

part of Third Logos, X 352

passive Intelligence, 111457; XIV 190, 213

Binet, Alfred (1857-1911):

on forces, XII 226

bio-bibliog., XII 726

Binsfeld, Pierre (?-1598):

——— Tractatus de Confessionibus. . .:

on wounds of murder victim

reopening, VII 206, 211

bio-bibliog., VII 357-58

Biogenesis:

law of, V 112

theory defined, IX 72

Biography(ies):

Adept, are all legends, XIV 140

of Initiates, mystic & public, XIV 137 ff.

Jesus had no, XIV 155

spiritual, based on Zodiac, XIV 140

Bios:

p้risprit and, I 361 (365)

psychē and, I 292

Biosideograph:

in science of future, XIII 291

Bird(s):

flight of, & polarity, IV 168-69

hatching out of fruit, VII 81

symbols of Buddhi & Manas, XI 44

Birmingham Post:

on Monier-Williams' respect for

Theosophy, X 4-5

Bits Nimrud:

at Borsippa, XItI 273

"dwelling of the Gods," XIII 274 fn.,

275 ff.

Herodotus on, XIII 274

pyramidal building of, XIII 274

temple of, had 7 stages, 11410; XIII

273-74

temple of Jupiter-Belus, XIII 274

Birth:

cycle of, XIII 80-81

John on, from above, VIII 183 fn.

mystic, & Baptism, XIII 31

spiritual, IX 274

Birthday Precepts:

daily, for year, XII 425-76

Bishanganga River:

temple of Vishnu near, II 121

Bishop of Bombay:

controversy with, IV 232 et seq.

Bishop of Madras:

Col. Olcott and, VI 56-57

rights & duties, VI 165-66

Theosophical Society and, VI 161

Bismarck, Otto von (1815-1898):

Catholic Church fosters Revolution

acc. to, XIV 267

involved in controversy over Slade, I 317

the Iron Chancellor, XIII 210

Jesuit aims known by, XIV 267

a sensitive & his mysterious visitor, VI 218

supported King Milan, X 85

Bisvas, Amrita Lal:

objections to Atlantis theory, II 431-33

Bixby, James T. (1843-1921):

Gladstone and, IV 237

Black, Judge Jeremiah (1810-1883?):

Ingersoll and, IV 80

Black Magic:

anthropomorphism as cause of, III

256, 259-60

antipode of Raja-Yoga, XIV 60 fn.

astrolatry often leads to, XIV 344-45

Atlantean downfall caused by, XIII

260

Buddhism escaped curse of, XIII 256

Catholic clergy adept in, XIII 257;

XIV 28-29, 105-06, 342

Catholics use, to convert others, XIV

30-31

caused abolition of mysteries, VII 124

celibacy required for, XII 191 & fn.

Church anathemas against, XIV 17, 105

counterpart to, XIV 17, 32

dangers of, & hypnotism, VIII 406-08

definition, XIII 239 fn.

difference from White Magic, XIV 106

embryo & other uterine contents

potent objects of, XII 524 fn.

in Europe, IX 306

evocation of sleeper's "spirit" and, X 262

of Fourth Race, XIV 68

human pentacle is sign of, XII 623

hypnotism is, XI 164; XII 566

of hysteriacs, X 156-57

Initiates and, VII 124

innate ideas and, XII 602

Karma of, XI 56

Left Path of, XIV 105

magicians deserting their bodies and,

XII 684

Medieval books on, XIV 105

motive determines if hypnotism is,

XII 397

in nineteenth century, VII 216

Occultism and, X 225-26; XIII 256

Phallicism and, XIII 256

Rama Prasad's book leads to, XII

604 & fn.

reigns in Europe, XIII 257

school of, from Etruria, VII 124

science and, IX 123

self-inflicted, of religious ecstatics, X

156-57

sexual union for "spiritual" purposes

is, XII 533, 558

"sexual" union with Elementals is, X 156

sexual worship and, XII 520

Sorcery and, XIV 29, 59-60, 105-06,

163, 264

succubi & incubi created by, X 156-57

Tantras are Hindu ceremonial, XI 29

Theosophical studies and, XI 230 (266)

transmutation of gold for riches is,

XI 523 (546)

unconscious use of, XIV 30, 32

use of will in, XIV 30

used by Popes & priests, VII 221-22

vampirism is, XII 396

whole nations drift into, VIII 407

See also Magic; Sorcery; White Magic

Black Magician(s):

astral currents misused by, XIV 31

compared to experimenter in

Magnetism, XIV 30

a conscious sorcerer, XIV 30

as enemies of Initiates, XIV 31

eventually annihilated, IX 400F

Karma of, XIV 31 fn.

occult power of, & White Magician,

X 270

practitioners of Left Path, XIV 105

repelled by moral stamina, IX 400R

safeguards against sorcery and, VI 340

of Sikkim & Bhutan, XIV 30, 105

two qualities of congenital, XIII 218

Blaine, J.G. (1830-1893):

American Secretary of State, III 124-25

Blake, Dr. C. Carter:

I 409, 412, 424

accuses Founders, I 411

article on third eye questioned, XI 303

on Atlantean remnants, XI 304

Jesuit expelled from Theosophical

Society, I 436

on Milan of Serbia, X 189-90

Blaland, Capt.:

fled from Chendry, II 295

Blanche de Castile (1188-1252):

II 515

Blantyre:

flogging missionaries of, III 153

Blasphemy:

definition, IX 365 fn. (393 fn.)

Ingersoll defines, IV 457 fn.

laws repealed, XI 188-89, 191, 423

ridicule and, XI 189-90

Blavatsky, H.P. (1831-1891):

accepts truth whence it comes, IX 198 (220)

accused by chelas of spiritual indiscretion, VI 4-5

accused of inventing Tibetan

Brotherhood, XII 337

accused of starting "rival society," XII 162

accuses herself, V 120

acknowledges losing temper, IV 114 fn.

age of, ace. to reporters, I 397 (401)

age of, & Revue Spirife, II 30

Allan Kardec and, VI 290

alleged seven years' initiation of, VI 271

allegedly Asiatic, X 153

allegedly bamboozled &

psychologized, XI 46 fn., 55

on America's freedom, II 41

amusing remarks about her nose, I 319

analyses Coulomb forged letters, VI

295-308

Anglo-Indian authorities and, VI

407-10; X 293

appeal to mystics, XI 117-22 (130-36)

appeals for support of Lucifer, XI 453-55

appoints Olcott for Asian E.S., XII 89

appraisal of herself, VI 313

appreciates Abb้ Roca, IX 215 (237)

arrives in U.S.A., IV 137 & fn.

articles on Gospels, rf., IX 225 fn.

asked to renounce rights at Adyar,

XII 163-64

assumes presidency of European

section, XII xxv, 263, 329-30

astral bells and, III 103-04

astrally goes to Tiflis, I 427

attacked & ridiculed, XI 289

on attacks, gossip & malice, VI 168

auction at her home, I 428

"Be Theosophists" message of, XIII

174-75

in Belgrade, I 14 (19), 165

beliefs of, same as learned Advaitees,

IV 336

belongs to all, IX 248

belongs to no sect or school, IX 199 (221)

Bennett endorsed by, IV 79-80

on best terms with Tibetans, VI 273

Bible not Holy to, IX 365 fn. (393 fn.)

body of, in an eleven-week trance, II

203 (206)

British law and, II 402

Brother met by, I 428

Brothers of Light or Shadow

discerned by, IV 590

brought up among Buddhists, XI 429

on Buddha's philosophy as most

sublime system, I 398 (402)

Buddhism praised by, IX 353 fn. (381 fn.)

a Buddhist, III 481 fn.; IV 95, 231,

305-06; IX 202 (224), 207 (229),

345 fn. (381 fn.); X 65

H.E. Butler and, XI 159-60

on Butlerov article, XIV 497-99

called a Dugpa Chela, XII 162

calls blessings on India, VII 249

calls Spiritualistic communications

"flapdoodle," XII 212

calumniated by Home, I 198

came to India for benefit of Asiatics,

V 121

cat of, lost, I 431, 440

cause of success of, VII 248

at Cawnpore, III 82

charged with plagiarism, XIII 199

childhood incident, VI 314

childhood of, among Kalmucks, VI 293

in Chrēstos condition for many years,

IX 207 (229)

a Christian at one time, IX 354 fn.

(382 fn.)

citizen of U.S.A., I 224 fn., 408; II 28;

IX 248

claims all from Eastern Masters, XIII 196

claims right of thinking for herself,

III 310

on clairvoyance, I 423

on Mabel Collins, VIII 92

Mabel Collins not taught by, XI 319

is combative, III 239

commanded to explain Reincarnation

& 7 Principles, IV 186

commentary on Pistis-Sophia, XIII 7-81

comments on "Spirits" of Lavater, XII

208-11

compares herself to a bramble-bush, I

302

on compassion, XII 114

Compiler on "Why I do not Return to

India," VI 406; XII 156-57

Compilers' Notes on Diaries of, I 434-40

confused with Nathalie Blavatsky, I 204

considered charlatan by Bombay

Gazette, V 322

consoled by work in America, XIII 171

conspiracy against, in India, VI 417

control spirits, VI 270

controversy with Mr. Duncan, VI 167-68

corresponds constantly with relatives,

III 445

Cones denounces, XI 297-98, 306-10

Coues' letter to, XII 26

Coulomb controversy and, VI 287,

295-308, 308-13, 414-17; XII 587-88

courage of her opinions, I 358

on criticisms of Theosophical Society,

VII 153-64

critics laughed at by, I 324

cured of warts, VI 45

on dangers of Psychism, XIII 173

date of arrival in N.Y., I 224 & fn.

days of, are pralayas, her nights are

manvantaras, IX 432

declaration of, & Olcott, X 142

declared a widow, III 444

declared to be a "spy," II 54

declines to make public address, I 390

(392)

defence by aunt, III 444-45

defence by E.S. inner group, XTII 203-04

defends ideas in her works, XIII 192

defends Olcott, VII 165-67

Democratic by nature, II 491; IX

350 fn. (377 fn.); XI 382

denies any malice or hatred, IV 117

denies misstatements about herself, I 54

detests sacerdotal cast, IX 366 fn.

(394 fn.)

Diaries of, I 406-33

direct agent of Masters for past 30

years, X 139

 disclaims supernatural powers, II 491

discusses medium Holmes, I 59 et seq.

dissolves Bureau of "Isis" Branch, X

136-37

does not believe in a separate spirit,

VII 51

draws Peru's coast, II 342-43

earliest writings not identified, I 1-2

Eddy's defended by, I 189-90

either truthful or a fraud, XI 309, 560

enemies of, as unconscious weapons,

VII 248

on Esoteric Buddhism, VI 147

Esoteric Section founded by, XII 165

Esoteric Section members advised, XI

306 et seq.

esoteric work of, not directed at

masses, XII 235

espionage calumny & Viceroy's order,

II 140 et seq.

evokes astral form of uncle & living

man, VI 291

experiments in occult forces, III 136-37

experts on handwriting of, XI 405-06

extent of authority, X 137, 139-40

facsimile of manuscript of, VII 172

failed to demand discipline in E.S.,

XII 584-88

faints but uses willpower to stand up,

I 420

false accusations against, XII 29-30

family background of, I xxvi et seq.

has father's photo, I 44

first one in U.S.A. to speak of

Masters, VII 241

on "First Trumpet Blast," II 415

as fly in communion cup, III 120

Foote's accusations and, XI 423 et seq.

founded Spiritist Society in Cairo, VI 290

Freethought literature and, V 122-25

friend & champion of mediums, I 190

genealogy of, restored from astral

light, VII 250

at Ghum Monastery, IV xxvi

goes to Sikkim in 1882, VI 272-73

a Grand Lodge member, I 142

group of occultists and, VII 139

hair of, can change color instantly, I

408, 421

handwritings of, VII 337 fn.; XIII 301

hatred for, in Anglo-Indian circles, VI

409-10

helps to draft Circular on T.S., I 375 fn.

helps wounded Russian soldiers, I 313

hides no secrets, XI 306

Hilarion met by, in 1860, VI 291-92

on Hodgson's investigation, VII

318-30 (331-44)

homesick for India, I 434

on honour & cowardice, II 142-43

horoscope of, I lxxiv

how taught, XIII 285

Hume's letter published under protest

by, IV 226

imperfect & faulty, VII 247

inculcates self-reliance, XIII 119, 285

Indian travels of 1879 had two

objects, II 75

influenza attack of, XIII 177

ingratitude towards, XII 163-64

inherited property & earnings of, VI

287-88

her instructions on disposal of body,

VII 301-05 & facs.

intended articles on Great

Theosophists, II 92 fn.

intends to immortalize her

Scrapbooks, I 394

invented neither Adept fraternities nor

elementals, XII 301

on Isis as her worst book, XIII 191-92

"John King" and, VI 271

Johnston's estimate of her personality,

VIII 409

Judge defended by, XII 593-96

W.Q. Judge's opinion criticized by, VI 147

Judge visited by, I 412, 429

 K.H. met by, in 1868, VI 292

at K.H.'s house in Tibet, VI 274

Kabala studied with wise Rabbis, IV

         38; VIII 140, 142, 155

A. Keightley's S.D. inscribed by, IX

431-32

keynote of esoteric truths struck by,

XII 601

knew little of Brahmanism in 1879,

VII 348

knows laws by which occult

phenomena are produced, II 491

at Kutais, I 387

Lamaism known before age fifteen,

VI 294

Lane and, XI 551-60

last Will & Testament, VI 322-23

lawsuit against, withdrawn, XII 377 (380)

lawsuit of, I 56, 83-85

learned English colloquially, III 273

leaves India for good, VI 339

"Leo" takes, to task, X 243 et seq.

letter of, to Terry, V 11 fn.

letters to Fauvety, V I-3 (4-6)

letters to Judge, Sinnett & Olcott, VII

136-40

libellous charges by Spiritualists, XIII 194

on life-principle, IX 74-75

on Light on the Path, X 235; XI

284-86, 315-28

lived in Tibet several times, VI 272

Lodge discussions, XIII 364-66

London visited alone, IX 428

Lord Lytton stops surveillance of,

XIII 206

loses Russian pension, VII 10

loyalty of, XI 380-81, 559

Lucifer founded by, XII 164

magic familiar to, I 144

magic's reality defended, I 134 et seq.

Maha-Chohan's letter quoted by, XII

239, 240 fn., 241 fn.

Mahatmas of, not monks, VI 293

maid Louise's devotion to, VIII 393

on Man: Fragments of Forgotten

History, VI 412-13

martyrdom of, begins, I 90

martyred for sake of S.D., XIV 470

            Masonic diploma's validity defended,

I 307 et seq.

Massey's views and, VIII 219

Master M. gives plan for S.D., V 269

Master M. met in London in 1851, I

3-4; VII 247

Master saved from death, VI 325; VII

247-48; XII 161

Masters advise, going to America, XIV 488

Masters knew real H.P.B., X 139

Masters questioned on social events

by, XII 59-63

Masters' real names only known by, &

Olcott, X 126

Masters send two letters of reproof to,

XII 582

Masters' teachings only authority for,

XI 464-65

medical certificate on weak heart of,

VI 338

a medium in youth but not anymore,

1 73, 143, 198, 203; IV 593; VI 271

mediums' cheating detected by, I 141

mediums warned by, I 212-13; IV 142

member of no Branch of

Theosophical Society, X 137

at Mentana battle, I 55 fn.; VI 277-78

& fns.

message to American T.S. Convention,

XII 151-56

on Milan's divorce, X 191-92

misrepresented, XI 401 et seq., 559-60

mission of, drives men to self-study,

X 138

on modern science, XIV 2

money for "body" only, I 425

monkey sold by, I 427

monument to Mazzini and, I 390-91

(391-92)

on Henry More, XIII 225 & fn.

motives of, & Hodgson's ideas, VII

326 (340)

must defend Olcott, VII 137

N.Y Sun lawsuit of, XII 333

never a Spiritualist, VI 289

never could "slur" Theosophical

Society VII 346

never deceived anyone, VI 288-89

never doubted Master, VII 247

never "enthroned," XI 390

never held s้ances, VI 290; XI 423

never lectured, III 481 fn.

never meddled in politics, X 294

never shown forged letters, VII 5, 323 (337)

never took money for Work or

phenomena, VII 324 (338); XII 161

nineteenth century observations, XIII 290

no animus against true Christianity, X

243 et seq.

no better agent for years to come, X 139

no capacity for administration, VII 146

no connection with mediums before

1873, VI 290

no Countess, I 397 (401)

no doubts about Boundless Principle's

existence, VII 51

no faith in "Divine" prophets, IV 413

not a great Initiate, XIII 93

not a medium or Spiritualist, II 490;

III 112, 275

not a nastika, IV 335-36

not a Western Mason, I 308

not exoteric Buddhist, I 398 (402)

not going to U.S.A., VII 138

not loyal to T.S. but Teachers &

Cause, XI 380-81, 464-65, 559

not penniless in India, III 80

not Spiritualist, I 135, 140

not wonder-worker, III 8

occult matters are province of, X 139

occult phenomena & Olcott, VI 325-26

occult stories of, listed, VI 73, 354-55

an occultist, I 34

at Odessa in 1870, I 263

Olcott &, as twin "Theosophical

gorgons," I 320

Olcott &, invited to Simla, II 481

Olcott &, karmically responsible for

T.S., XI 382

Olcott defended by, I 188; III 11-13

Olcott praised by, XI 380-81

Olcott's early view of her

mediumship, VI 270

Olcott urges, return to Adyar, IX 247

only "she-Cabalist" in America, I 189

ordered to form Society, VII 145

ordered to tell of animals' trance in

Tibet, 11 203 (206)

ordered to tell truth about

phenomena, I 89-90

overshadowed by Adepts, I 414, 438

a pagan, IX 358 fn. (386 fn.)

pagans and, IX 347 fn. (375 fn.),

349 fn. (377 fn.)

page references of, sometimes

reversed, V 305 fn.

Pall Mall Gazette interview on forged

letters, VI 308 ff.

"papal authority" and, XI 382; XII 588

Paramaguru of, on T:S., VII 248, 249 fn.

pen name "Radda-Bai," XII 335

penniless, XI 559

personal background & Lord Ripon,

XI 422

personal ordeal of, IV 590

in personal touch with adepts, II 487-88

phenomena helped by M., I 73

phenomena of recovering stolen

property, I 275-77

phenomena produced at will by, I 73

on Pistis-Sophia title, XIII 5-6

Pledge of E.S. explained by, XII 589

et seq.

pledged irrevocably, XII 586

pledged to never reveal all about

Masters, XII 158

pokes fun at editors & writers, IV

148-49, 150-52, 154-55

politics and, X 293, 294

politics no interest for, XIII 206

portrait of, as a lama, I 425

precipitates missing paper for Judge, X 273

prediction concerning gravity XII 327 fn.

predicts changes for humanity, VIII

286, 312

prepared for martyrdom, XI 559

presented father's medal by "spirit," I

43, 44, 203-04

prevented from seeking redress, XI 388-89

priests not toadied to by, IX 200 (221)

printing press installed, XII xxv

priorities of, XIII 119-20 & fn.

produces a charm, I 425

on production of occult phenomena,

II 490-92

property not owned by, IX 246

prophecy on letter C and, XI 322

protects honest mediums, I 141

protests being slandered & gives

warning, I 247-49

pseudonyms of, VIII 125; IX 339 fn.

psychic plane group of workers early

project of, VII 145

on psychological powers she never

had, I 324, 328

reads in astral light, VI 150-51 fn.

reads unopened letter, I 415

reasons for leaving India, VI 283,

407-11; XII 157-67

reasons for resigning from office, VI

281-84, 337-39

receives message in Russian through

Slade, I 224

receives papers from sister, I 426

relatives of, in Turko-Russian War, I

255 et seq.

remained silent under attacks of

S.P.R., XII 378 (380)

renders Tibetan terms with

Brahmanical ones, VII 348

on reporters, I 396 (400-01)

responsible for E.S., X 154; XI 380

reponsible for Sinnett's Esoteric

Buddhism, IX 282

returns to Russia, VI 290

ridicules Nikoladze, I 385 et seq.

role of, in manifestations at the

Eddys, I 35

Roman Catholic Church loathed by,

X 65

Russian protest and, I 217 et seq.

Russian Review and, XII 334-35

on Russian spy scare, II, 54; III 83;

VI 408-09; X 290, 292-95; XI 157,

460-61; XII 161-63; XIII 205-07

Russian writings of, I 313

Sahib sends on errand, I 425

sails for India, I 431, 433

sceptic in early life, VII 51

Dr. Scharlieb and, XI 388

on The Secret Doctrine, XIII 93-95

sees Indians & their elementals in

N Y.C., X 272

selects medium for Russia, I 91-94

sent to America in 1873, I 73; VII 145

sent to Chittenden, Vt., IV 137

sent to Paris, IV 136

seriously ill at Ostende, VII 301

Simla phenomena and, III 8-9

on St. Simoniens' prophecy, IV 479-80

sister's account of, XI 364 fn.

Skinner sends MS. to, VIII 220

Slade endorsed as genuine medium, I 223

slandered by Indian newspaper, III

440-48

slandered by mediums, I 190-91

smokes on the beach, I 409

"snuffy old woman," XI 369

South India visited in 1857, III 372

as sower of seeds, XII 501, 583

speaks language of ancient initiates,

IX 214 (236)

spends 48 hours with Brothers, IV

272, 300

spent " 30" years in India, II 202 (205)

on Spiritualism, XIV 476, 479-83,

488-92

Spiritualism defended, I 67

Spiritualism defined, I 74

Spiritualism mathematically

demonstrated by, I 199

Spiritualism's plight, I 47-49

Spiritualistic delusion once attracted,

IV 590

Spiritualistic phenomena's cause

known by, III 146, 240

Subba Row &, disagree, V 269-70; VII

345 et seq.

Subba Row had same Teacher as, V 138

Subba Row mistaken on "dogmatism"

of, VII 346-47

on Subba Row's status, V 269

subpoenaed in Vanderbilt case, I 419-20

supplies means for T.S., II 482; III

442, 446

supports reality of psychic

phenomena, VI 292

suspects Levites, IX 345 fn. (373 fn.)

taken to task for strong language, IV

113 et seq.

tapping phenomenon by, VIII 408-09

Tartar epidermis of, IX 355 fn. (383 fn.)

taught pledged disciples, X 152

teeth extracted, I 429

Tennyson's poem and, IX 319 fn.

Theosophical Publishing Co. and,

VIII 313-14

on Theosophical Society and, XI 381;

XIII 115-21

Theosophical Society & close of cycle,

XIII 171-72

three distinct individualities in, I 411

on Tolstoy, VIII 242

toughened by personal abuse in

U.S.A., II 490

translated Grodekoff s work, II 391

translates Olcott's articles, I 2 & fn.

translates report by N.P. Wagner, I 90

on translation problems, V 10-11 (40)

travel accounts of, fragmentary, XI

363-64

on Tremeschini, IV 481-82

true Spiritualist, I 192

trunks of, at Adyar, I 422, 430, 439

truth not feared by, XI 306

truth's light is beacon of her life, I 127

uncertain authorship of article, VII 50

under orders, I 73

on unpublished works of, XIII 208

urges East West fraternity, XIII 174

values U.S.A. citizenship above all

titles, II 40-41, 55

Vedas & Vedanta admired by, III 310

vilified & abused, III 363-64, 387 et

seq., 440-48

visited Tzi-gadze Tibet, VI 272

visits Semipalatinsk & Urals, VI 294

voluntary hard labor of, XI 421 fn.

welcomes Annie Besant & H. Burrows

to T.S., XII 152

White Lotus Day, VI 323-24

on why she went to India, XIII 134

will fight for T.S. till last breath, XI 559

will not return to America, III 490

witnesses of, are living men, I 284

works for daily bread, IX 246-47

would defy "spirits" of kama loka, VI 271

would rather perish than see T.S. do

so, VI 417

writes Aksakov on Isis, I 264

writes on Maitland's blunder, V 136

writing from dictation, V 129

writings on esoteric meaning of

Gospels listed, VIII 218-19

wrote last part of The Blossom & the

Fruit, VIII 91-93

on Wyld, V 134

Yermoloff's son at Tiflis and, XII 231

Zinovief and, X 290

———- Blavatsky Collected Writings:

or. inner Buddhas, XIV 394 fn.

relation of portions of 1897 ed. of

S.D. to, XIV xl-iii

"Tibetan Teachings," XIV

422 fn. -23 fn., 427 & fn.

———- Durbar in Lahore.'

on serial publication of, III 170

——— E.S. Instructions:

XI 310

Compiler's Introduction to, XII 479-85

Instructions I-V, XII 515-713

Preliminary Memorandum, XII 488-511

——— From the Caves and Jungles of

Hindostan:

XIII 210

allegedly translated, III 82 & fn.

began as series in Moscow Chronicle,

II 161

fiction based on Indian travels, III 82

& fn.

mentions chief Rajput teacher, XII

337

part of Key to Theosophy from, X 217

public considered fiction, XIII 252

on Capt. Seymour, III 152 fn.

———- Gems from the East:

precepts for each day of year, XII 421-76

———- Isis Unveiled:

I 358, 412; III 49 fn., 177 fn., 377,

402, 403 fn.; IV 349, 362 fn., 378,

 416, 516 fn., 525 fn., 615; VI 6, 206,

293, 322; VII 44, 65, 74 fn., 114

fn., 133, 182 fn., 222, 287 fn.; VIII

176 fn., 179, 189 fn., 214 fn., 219,

366 (386); IX 17, 308, 313; X

125 fn., 281; XII 219, 326 fn. 337,

401, 533 & fn., 622 & fn., 625

& fn., 638 fn.; XIII 101 fn.; XIV 6,

44 fn., 54, 65 fn., 81 fn., 88 fn.,

129 fn., 205 fn., 206 fn., 269, 273,

276, 302 fn., 314, 395 fn., 421

on abortion, VII 176, 178, 181, 182

A.R. Wallace on, I 323

on action & reaction, II 218

Adepts gave teachings in, IV 182

Adepts wrote parts of, XIII 195-96;

XIV 494-95

on antiquity of magic, XIV 311

on Apollonius of Tyana, XIV 130-31

on Atlantean magicians, IV 263 on

Atlantis, II 434

attempt to rewrite, VI 184-85, 202

on Basilides, VIII 213-14

bridged gap between old & new

presentation, IV 376

R. Brown on, I 323

Buddha taught rebirth ace. to, XIV 449

on cataclysms, III 150

on Catholic "sacred relics," VI 234 q.

on Celestial Virgin, XIV 292 fn.

on Chrēstos, XIV 282

Christianity &, Vol. II preface, IV 97

on color & sound, IV 179

copyright of, VII 136

criticised, III 337

on critics of ancient learning, XI If 228-29

on cycles & evolution, IV 376

cycles of decline & astral light, XIII 241

date of publication, I 264

David & Jehovah-worship, XIV 317

on Democritus, XIV 25 & fn.

on Dionysos, XIV 273 & fn.

on Divine Instructors, XIV 47-48

Divine prototypes exist through ages,

XIV 382

doctrine of Pitris very Esoteric, XIV 277

doctrines in, tr. from Asiatic

languages, III 273

on dogma of Atonement, XIV

262-63 fns,

on "Eastern Ethiopians" from So.

India, V 285-86

Egyptian division of Man, XIV 381

on Egyptian ritual, XIII 76

on Egyptian transmigration, VII 112-13

on Elementals & Elementaries, I 266,

281; III 477

encyclopedia of occult subjects, VII 177

Essenes were Chrēstians, XIV 282

on Etheric body in Nirvana, XIV 161

& fn.

facts on writing of, XIII 197-201

first cautious work, IV 184; VI 206

as "first streak of Eastern Light," V 221

on future state of animals, VI 200-01

on Gnostic "creation," VI 191-92 fn.

H.P.B. intended to correct & abridge,

X 217

on human sacrifices, IX 42-43

Hume criticized, IV 228

imperfections of, III 273-74; VII

50-51, 176-99; 181-85; X 216 fn.;

XIII 191

Initiates only had key to ancient

books, XIV 127

on interpolarisation, II 470

on invisible Master, XIV 278

on Jesuits, IX 296-98, 297 fn., 302-05;

XIV 342

on Josephus, XIV 93-94

on Kabalah, XIV 38

on levitation, IV 30

on Magic, XIV 18, 22, 311

on magnetized statues, VII 123

a masterpiece, XIII 192

most important aim of, VII 62

mysteries in, lie half-buried, IV 253

on Mystic Brotherhoods, XIV 28, 114

on name of America & Meru, II 313 fn.

on nature & evolution, VII 182

on Nazars, IV 265

Neophytes' risks foretold, XIV 310

on new-age revelations, XIII 265-66

on Nirvana, X 66 fn., 111 fn.

no discrepancy between later teachings

and, IV 122

not a rehash of L้vi & others, XIII

194, 197

Olcott on Henry More and, IX 178

on One Truth, IV 295

opinions of Dayananda & Sumangala

about, II 73 fn.

ordered to give only hints in, IV 253

partly written at Ithaca, N.Y., I 452

passages in, incomplete & vague, IV 184

on Paul and Archōns, XIV 114

on Paul as Initiate, XIV 122-24

Paul founder of Christianity ace. to,

XIV 121

on Peru & Incas' treasure, 11326, 339-42

on Peter, XIV 125-26, 127 & fn.

Plato & Mysteries, XIV 7-8, 274

on power of Word to save from evil,

XII 638-39

on Pralaya, II 486 fn.

on primeval man, XIII 59-60

proof of astral light, VII 250

on proof-reading of, XIII 198-99

on punishment, VII 181

on pyramid & planetary spheres, VII

112-13

on Pyramids, XIV 24 fn.

on Pythagoras, II 472

reflections on, XIII 191-201

on reincarnation, I 298; IV 183; VII

176-89, 198 & fn.

reincarnation and, VI 206; X

215 fn. -16 fn.

reincarnation dealt with in

generalities, IV 186; XIV 381

reviewers praised & criticized, I 323,

388; XIII 193-95 fn.

on sacred numbers of Pythagoras,

XIV 63

Schopenhauer on Will & Thought,

XIV 413-14

secrecy of Heliocentric System, XIV 47

selection of reviews, XIII 193-95 fn.

soulless men rf. in, XII 625-26

on Space & Maya, XIV 419-21

H. Spencer read, I 413

stereotyped, VII 181

story of Initiation dangers, XIV 309 fn.

on Thevetatas, V 222

threefold classification, VII 288

on Tibetan Buddhist terms, VI 293-94

title altered, I 237 fn., 302

on Todas, I 357

translation of, II 73 fn.

on true Gospel of Matthew, XIV 149-50

on Truth & its many rays, IV 426

on Universe as expression of single Spirit,

III 318 & fn.; X 265; XIV 412-13

on veneration of Isis by sages, XIV 274

Visish˜advaita not taught in, VII 50-52

on white ray, IX 213 (235)

Wilder indexed, XIII 198

on "Word" in books, XIV 443

on yaj๑a & Lost Word, IX 252 fn.

yielded H.P.B. a few hundred dollars,

IX 247

on Yugas & Kalpas, XIII 302 & fn.

———- The Key to Theosophy:

XI 425; XII 64, 307, 609 fn., 626 fn.

called "Catechism of Neo-Buddhism,"

XII 339

corrects misconceptions about

Theosophy & Asian mystics, XII 349

explains Esoteric Theosophy, XI 399

intended for pseudo-Christian

countries, XII 348-49

misquoted, XII 340

not written for Russia, XII 348

part of, from dialogue in Lucifer,

XIII 252

publishing data about, XI 365

purpose of, XI 339

reviewed by Vladimir S. Solovyov, VII

334 fn.

tin Solovyov's review of, XII 334-49

———- Letters . . . to A.P. Sinnett:

III 383 fn., 384 fn.; VI 1, 29, 31, 259 fn.,

355, 412; VII 350 fn.; X 9; XI 364 fn.

on article "Have Animals Souls?", VII 12

articles inspired by K.H., IV 182 fn.,

208 fn.

on author of "Theosophical Fable,"

VII 54 & facs.

on Garibaldies, VI 278 fn.

on Hodgson's Report, VII 2-7

or. Mitrovich, I 11

on Mohini & his Manifesto, VII 138-39

reviews Sinnett's novel United, VII 306-17

on story of the Double, I 173 fn.

on writing the S.D., VI 184-85, 186

See also Sinnett, A.P.

———- Lucifer (London):

XIV vi, xii, xv, xxvi et seq., 2 fn.,

423 fn., 431 fn.

on Kabalistic predictions, XIV 501-02

———- Mysterious Tribes of the Blue

Mountains:

considered a fabrication, XIII 210

———- Nightmare Tales:

version of Ensouled Violin in, 11219 fn.

———- Notebook:

Compilers' Notes on, I 22-25

Travel-Impressions from Hungary, 1

11-17 (17-22)

———- Scrapbooks:

I 247 fn., 369 fn., 379 fn., 384; II

402 fn.; 111 75, 78 fn., 155, 162, 311;

IV 479, 480-82

on abuse by W.E. Coleman, I 318-19

in Adyar Archives, I 29

on American citizenship, I 408

on Art Magic, I 238

on Atrya & Hilarion, I 90

on Baron de Palm, I 214, 233

on Miss Bates, II 483

on being abused or slandered, 1

249 fn., 313

on Rev. Bellow, I 121

on Mrs. Bennett, I 220-21

on Dr. Bloede, I 143, 260

on E.G. Brown as a medium, I 271

on E.G. Brown's character, I 45, 88,

95, 404

on "Cave of the Echoes," I 338 fn.

on H. Chintamon, II 48

on Circular from Brotherhood of

Luxor, I 86, 87

on Mrs. Compton, I 137 fn.

on Crookes & phenomena, I 194

on Elementals, I 123

on elementals & A. von Vay, I 281

on embryonic man, I 124

on Englishmen & future fateful hour

for India, I 404-05

on Felt, I 193

on first Occult Shot, I 101 fn.

on formation of TS., I 121, 122

on "ghosts," I 44

H.P.B. calls out apparitions at Eddys, I 53

H.P.B. meets Olcott, I 34

H.P.B. never overwhelmed, I 44

on Mrs. Holmes & orders from M., I 120

on Home's anonymous letters, I 220

on Home's mediumship, I 203, 204

on E. Kislingbury, I 271

on lion & mouse, I 378

on Masonic diploma, I 281

on Mind's return & Nous, I 233

on Moloney, I 277

on Monachesi's art. & wisdom of

India, I 133

on Nana Sahib, I 337

on Olcott as future Hanuman, I 194

on Olcott & Dr. Gardiner, I 72

ordered to expose Dr. Child, I 75 fn.

on orders from Serapis to write

article, I 119

on orders to establish T.S. & choose

Olcott, 1 94-95, 124

on orders to tell truth about

phenomena, I 89-90

on Peebles & Spiritualists, I 264, 290

on phenomenalism & P.C. Mittra, 1282

on Preamble of Theosophical Society,

I 150

on Providence Journal, I 306

rf., No. I, VI 278-79 fn.

rf., No. XX, VI 215 fn.

on Dr. Rotura's discovery, I 389-90

on Scheol, I 187 fn.

on Dr. Scudder & Hindu Women, I 405

on searching mediums, I 278

on Sotheran, I 193, 290

on Sotheran's political activities, I 403-04

on Spirits as ignoramuses, I 143 fn.

on Theosophical Society as a secret

Society, I 193-94

on F. Thomas' art. on Spiritualism, I 214

vituperations against TS. in, III 68

———- S.D. First Draft (or Wurzburg MS.):

appended portions, XIV 60-61 fn.,

65 fn., 87 fn., 94, 104, 223 & fn.,

261-62, 266-68, 317 fn. -18 fn., 318, 319

& fn., 325 & fn., 335-39, 341-43, 457-69

Compiler on, VII 190-91 fn., 226 fn.

Introduction to, XIV 457-69

outline of, contents, XIV xxvii ff.,

463-65, 471-72

———- The Secret Doctrine:

VI 322, 339; VII 44 fn., 52, 68 & fn.,

70, 96 fn., 97 & fn., 215, 351; VIII

58 (80), 65 (87), 267, 315, 325 & fn.;

IX 275 fn.; X 13, 62, 163 fn., 166,

238 fn., 240, 255, 309, 313, 340, 343,

381, 398; XII 139 fn., 203, 355,

532 fn., 545 fn., 558 fn., 611 fn.,

659; XIII 5, 8 q., 24 q., 32, 35 q.,

66 fn., 123 fn., 159, 276 fn.; XIV

205 fn., 244 fn., 245, 248 fn.

on Adyar editions, XIV xxv & fn.

on Ah-hi, X 316-17

American edition of, X 158

on body of mammals, X 175

on Builders, X 348

called "Fairy tale" by science, XIII III-12

on Celestial Virgin, Son & geometric

figures, X 356

Christian idolatrous worship and, II

201 & fn., 202 fn.

Christianity and, X 243 et seq.

chronology of Puranas will become

accepted, XIII 266

collateral verification in, XIII 260-61

commentary on Stanzas of, X 301-406

contents of forthcoming volumes,

XIII 149

copyright of, VII 136

a correspondent on, X 235

criticism of, countered, XII 234-37

on curds & cosmic matter, X 373

on Day Be With Us, XIII 32

devoted to esoteric views on man, IX 285

diagrams mentioned, XIII 18, 52, 58

difficulties in publishing, IX 247

Dzyan verses from, XIII 12

epitome of occult truths, X 140

Esoteric Buddhism and, X 177-88 fn.

on Esoteric School's two departments,

XII 546

esoteric tenets of, now exoteric, X

179 fn.

on existence & being, X 348

figurative language of, X 368

on first "Primordial" Beings, X 397

on Fohatic impulse or impress, X 353, 391

foundation of all religions laid bare

in, X 170

Four Maharajas of, as planets, XII 546

gives out all that 19th century can

absorb, X 170

Glossary to, X 159

Gnostic terms in, XIII 10-12, 75 fn.

gravitation and, X 386

great demand for, XII 129

identity of essences, XIII 44

inception of work on, II 46

indexed by "Two Students of the

E.S.", XII 235

Indian pandits and, IX xxiv

on Infinitude of Space, XIII 62

on inscriptions, II 346 fn.

Isis &, half-conceal occult mysteries,

XII 622

on jivas & solar rave. IX 63 fn.

Kabalistic symbols in, convertible,

XIV 44 fn.

C.W. King's error about, X 184 fn.

on Light, Name & Mantra, XIII 42

"lunar" ancestors meaning in, XII 203

many slokas of, omitted, X 321, 340

Master M. gives plan for, VI 185

materials from Isis Unveiled and, VI 186

on G. Milford, VI 244 fn.

MS. of 3 vols. ready for press, IX 247

on Neptune, XII 292

not a full exposition of Secret

Doctrine, XI 112 (126); XIII 93

not intended to dovetail with modern

Science, XII 234

on number & Deity, X 372

original plan for publication, VI 185

on ozone as Elixir of Life, XII 110

on Pitris, XIII 23, 50 fn.

on Pralaya, II 486 fn.

premature for masses, XII 235

proposed Appendicies to, VII 104,

190-91 fn.

publication & 1st volume of, X 157-58

on ray of Ever-Darkness, X 350-51

role of Masters in production of, X 140

a scientist's accord with, XII 28

serpent symbolism in, XIII 57

on seven classes of Adepts & 7 Rays,

XIII 73

on seven transformations of globes,

XII 576 fn.

on sex separation in 3rd Race, XIV

204 fn.

on Space in the abstract, X 301-02, 311

Stanzas' commentary in Vol. I focus

on Solar System, X 354

Stanzas in Vol. I not limited to Solar

System, X 354

Stanzas in Vol. II focus on Earth, X 354

Stanzas may be interpreted or. 7

planes, X 354

on star or Ray of Individuality, XIII

72-73

on Swan of Time, XIII 55

 Sweat-born of, XIII 46

on third volume of, VII 104,

190-91 fn., 226 fn., 230; X 344; XIII

145-46, 224; XIV xxv-xliv, 1 fn.

on Thrones, XIII 49

on time, X 314, 358

on Trinity, XIV 186

on twelve classes of "creators," XII 643

vision of Isaiah, XIII 58

when started, VI 184-85

———- Sketchbook:

analysis of contents, I 3-11

Legend of the Night Flower, I 6-7 (7-8)

on nature & adeptship, I 4, 5

on Woman's happiness, I 5

——— The Theosophical Glossary:

compiler's notes on, X 159

proposed series on Great Theosophists

and, II 92 fn.

relation to Key to Theosophy, XI 365

on Spiritualism, I 74

———- Transactions of the Blavatsky

Lodge:

XIII 10, 11

on dreams, IX 318-19; X 246-64

H.P.B. on first 4 Stanzas of S.D., X

301-406

on Jivanmuktas, XIII 74

on non-separateness of Hierarchies,

XIII 70-71

———-The Voice of the Silence:

X 326 fn.; XII 31, 237 q., 505 q., 625

q., 638 fn., 640 fn., 659 fn.; XIII 11

q., 23 q.; XIV v, 392 fn.

on action & inaction, XI 469

aphorisms & Light on the Path, XI 319

defines Antaskarana, XII 633

on family of man, XII 590 fn.

fragments from Book of the Golden

Precepts, XII 591

Masters only regard those who follow

rules in, XII 595-96

Masters order writing of, XII 505

Nirmanakaya doctrine in, XI 470

on Self-knowledge, XIII 55-56

on seven mystic voices of, XIII 10

terminology in, XII 633 fn.

on Turiya state, XII 711

where written, XI 355 fn.; XII 64

———- "Note Book of an Unpopular

Philosopher":

VIII 262-67

satirical definitions in, VIII 45-46, 137-39

biog., I xxvi-Iii

bibliog., V 371; VI 73, 354-55

See also Founders of Theosophical

Society

 

 

Blavatsky, H.P, and The Theosophical

Movement:

See Ryan, C.J.

Blavatsky, Madame H.P:

See Vania, K.F.

Blavatsky, Some Unpublished Letters of:

See Corson, E.R.

Blavatsky Lodge:

builds meeting hall in London, XII

153

devoted Theosophists and, XI 556

discussions at, X 298-300

founded, VII 324 (338)

number of members in 1887, XII 298

rapid expansion of, XII 59 fn.

Blavatsky, Nathalie:

gossips about, & Home, I 204

Blavatsky, Nikifor V. (1809-1872?):

Civil Councillor & Vice-Governor of

Yerivan, III 444, 446, 447

H.P.B. widow of, I 54-55; III 446,

447 fn.; VII 302 (304 & fn.)

Blavatsky Theosophical Society

(Washington D.C.):

abolished color line, XII 23

founded by Prof. Anthony Higgins,

XII 23

H.P.B. defends its officers, XII 117-19

legally chartered, XII 26

Blech, Charles:

———- Contribution . . . Soci้t้

Th้osophique . . .

IV 479

bibliog., IV 634

 

Bleuler, Eugen (1857-1939):

VII 63

bio-bibliog., VII 358

Blind Faith:

See Faith, Blind

Blind Man Parable:

XIV 58 q.

Blinds:

in ancient works, XII 158, 664; XIII

81, 146

denied by modern scholars, XIII 146

esoteric allegorical method to screen

truth, XIII 146

true Raja Yoga employs, XII 621-22

Bliss:

afterlife, reward for unmerited

suffering, VIII 299

collective life full of divine, XIV 432

of Nirvana is only real life, VIII 114

one Path leads to, XIV 438-39

only rest &, between incarnations,

VIII 299

path to true, XIl 537-38

seven ways of, X 326

Blochwitz, Dr.:

———- "On the Significance of the

Number Seven": II 420

bibliog., II 523

Bioede, Dr.:

I 199

accused H.P.B. of being Jesuit tool, I

143, 201

antagonist turns friend, I 393, 413

on friendly recantation of, I 260,

324

on Home's doubts of H.P.B.'s

mediumship, I 203, 204

Blood:

Baptism of, meaning, IV 265

brain &, flow, IV 511

-covenanting, VIII 251-52

evil powers attracted by, IV 265

gods offering their, VIII 208

inoculation of animal matter into, XII

227

John and, VIII 181-82

Kama is essence of, XII 699

not coagulated when killed by

lightning, IV 225

occult nature of, VI 20; XII 699-700

occult phenomena and, IV 476 et seq.

principle of body, VIII 251

pure, & yellow color, IX 64

red & white corpuscles of, XII 700

rites of, from 3rd Race, VIII 251-52

of Saviour & crimes, I 380

secret meaning of, VIII 181

vampires and, VI 211

"Bloods":

elemental centers of force, XI 489

odd term used in John, XI 489

Blue:

color of magnetism, X 241

corresponds to Auric Egg, XII 529,

548-49 fn. 562, 564-68, 614

See also Esoteric Section Diagrams

 

B'ne Elōhim (or Bnēy ha-Elōhim):

Sons of God, XIII 259; XIV 302

Boar:

first avatara of Brahma, IX 148

flesh of, & Buddha, IX 147-48

Bobadilla, Father F. de (d. 1502):

Aztec Julio and, II 171

Bobileff, Mr.:

condemns mediumship, I 207

Boborikin, N.:

publisher of Russkoye Obozreniye,

XII 335

Bochart, Samuel (1599-1667):

XIV 180

———- Canaan:

IV 532

bio-bibliog., IV 634

B๖ckh, Philipp August (1785-1867):

on Herodotean Scythians, XIII 334-35

 on study of languages, V 203

———- Corpus Inscriptionum

Graecarum:

on usage of term Chrest, VIII 201

bibliog., VIII 231, 420

Bodha (Sk.):

or štma-Bodha, III 412

definition, III 182 fn.

Bodha-Matra (Sk.):

VI 294

Bodhi (Sk.):

definitions, III 182 fn., 397; XIV

458-59 & fn.

esoteric religion, III 185

See also Wisdom

Bodhidharma (460?-534):

brought Buddhism to China, XIV 447-49

completed patriarchal lineage, XIV 447

established esoteric branches, XIV 447-49

bio-bibliog., XIV 514

Bodhisattva(s) (Sk.):

astral Ego of Manushya-Buddha, XIV

391-92

astral principles remain in our sphere,

XIV 383, 390

a beneficent force in nature, IX 254

Buddhas in future Kalpas, XIV 435

Celestial Buddha overshadows, IV 11

a chief degree of Hierarchy, XIV 434-35

continues Buddha's work, XIV 391, 394

definition, VI 104

in Devachanic regions, XIV 401 fn.

as Dhyani-Buddhas, X 343-44

doctrine of, & Oracle, XIV 55

emanated the 1st Initiates, XIV 289

everyone has a, XIV 394-95

Five Buddhas & Five, III 183, 185

formed Sa~mkara's middle principles,

XIV 394, 404

help humanity invisibly, XII 31

holy motive prompting a, VI 102

as hypostasis of a Buddha, XIV 390-91

Jesus a, XIV 396 fn.

as Lhas renouncing nirvana, VI 101

are men, not disembodied Beings,

XIV 435

a mind-born son, XIV 391

must renounce self, IX 254

mystery of Buddha's rebirths, XIV 404-05

need not be adepts or Buddhists, VI 104

no Devachanic break for aspiring, IX 254

overshadowing mortals, VI 109-10

Phra, became Gautama, XIV 392

|regulate their own future existence, VI

111, 112

remain indefinitely on earth in their

astral, VI 102

renounce Nirvana, XI 348-49; XII 31

replaces Karana Sarira of a Buddha,

XIV 391

Sanat-Kumara, XIV 383

signs of a, XIV 427 & fn., 435

sprang from the "parentless," XIV 289

super-sensuous realm of, XIV 390

Tashi-Lama reincarnation of a, IV 161

terms for, XIV 423 fn.

three bodies of, XIV 392 fn., 436 fn., 437

Vitala and, XII 665

willing sacrificial victim, XIV 404

See also Byang-tsiub; The Brotherhood

Bodhism:

esoteric, is Buddhism, XI 473

readers of Esoteric Buddhism

misconceive, XIV 2

as Wisdom-Religion, XIII 150

Bodhyanga (Sk.):

Wisdom, IV 378 fn.

Bodin, Jean (1530-1596):

———- De la d้monomanie des Sorciers:

on sorcery of priests, VII 222

 bio-bibliog., VII 358-59

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