Volume XV

 

C index

 

Cabala, Cabbala:

See Kabalah

Cabalistic MS. of Skinner:

See Skinner, J.R.

Cabalists:

do not tell one how, I 131

Rosicrucians and, I 105

true, are "made" & do not "become,"

I 106-08

See also Kabalist(s)

Cabiri:

See Kabiri

Cables, Mrs. Josephine:

gives up on Masters, VII 241

Cabral, Pedro A. (1460-1526):

II 432

biog., 11 524

Cabrol, Fernand:

Dictionnaire darchologie . . .:

bibliog., VIII 229, 421

Caciques:

Mexican antiquities and, II 309

Caduceus:

double serpent of, XII 373

germ-cell and, XIII 18

symbolism, XIII 18

Caelius Aurelianus (fl. 200):

on manipulations, XII 222-23

bio-bibliog., XII 724

Caena:

mass &, or supper, XI 79, 98

Caesar, Crispus (?-326 A.D.):

Lactantius teacher of, XIII 90

son of Emperor Constantine, XIII 90

Caesar, Gaius Julius (100-44 B.C.):

a barbarian worthy of Rome, XIV 296

believed in augurs, I 232

believed in Chaldean Astrology, XIV 351

destroyed Mystery centers, XIV 295-96

disguised the gods of Gaul, XII 95

(101)

- Commentaries:

on Druids, XIV 311 fn.

Huxley on, I 231

bibliog., I 449

Caesarea Library:

Hebrew Matthew in, IV 239

Cagiiostro, Alessandro, Count de

(1743?-1795?):

accused as Illuminati & Enchanter,

XII 86

accused of spying for Jesuits, XII

80-81

Adept taught, XII 79

burial uncertain, XII 87-88

control the spirits, I 137

Egyptian Ritual of, X 126-27

family relics & books burned, XII 86

forged Catholic biography and, III

125

imprisonment in San Leo Castle, XII

87

Jesuits persecuted, XII 80-81

last of Rosicrucians, I 104, 141

magic of, II 367

maligned, I 310

may be seen again, I 161

name evoked wonder & contempt, XII

78-79

not forsaken during inquisition, XIV

278 & fn.

patronymic not "Balsamo," XII 79-80

Pope alters death sentence of, XII

86-87

relations with Masonic Lodge of

Philalethes, XII 82-83

reputation as "charlatan," XII 79

rusty nail phenomena and, XII 87

slandered, IV 339

Vatican imprisons, XII 85

- Magonnerie gyptienne:

burned by Inquisition, XII 86

biog., XII 727-30

Cagliostro, Countess Lorenza:

on arrest of, XII 85

charged with heresy, XII 87

tool of Jesuits, XII 80

Cahagnet, Alphonse (1805-1885):

Fellowship of, in T.S., III 31-32

opposes Theosophy, IV 483 (486)

on Theosophical Society, III 72

work & character of, III 33-35

Celestial Telegraph:

accounts of lucid clairvoyants, III

30-31

an original work, III 34

- Cosmogonie et Anthropologie:

among 11 works onmagnetism, III 31

comments on, III 61-64

- Rvlations d'Outre-Tombe:

III 63

bio-bibliog., III 499-500

Caillet, A.J.:

Manuel Bibliographique . . .:

mentions Thiresus, VII 210

bibliog., VII 361

Cailletet, L.P. (1832-1913):

liquifies oxygen & hydrogen, IV 215

bio-bibliog., IV 637

Cain:

Abel &, as applied to nations, XII

385

Abel &, as sacrificing couple, XIV

290

-Adam pyramid circle, XIV 159

an androgyne, XIV 44 fn., 188

astronomical & Biblical relations, XIV

158-59

as Jehovah, X 357; XIV 44 & fn.,

158, 188, 290

Kabalistic interpretation of, XIV 44

& fn., 157-58

Magicians in race of, XIV 17

or Melchizadik, XIV 157

as protest of downtrodden self, XII

49

as Third Race Man, XIV 188

a transformed Elōhim, XIV 44 fn.

Viraj cp. with, XIV 188

Cain-Abel:

as male & female, X 54 (61)

Caine, W.S. (1842-1903):

Letters from India:

on failure of missionaries, XI 102,

403

bio-bibliog., XI 569-70

Cainites:

teachings of the "accursed," XIII 239

Caithness, Marie, Countess of

(1830-1895):

VIII 43 fn.

The Mystery of the Ages . . .:

based on talks with H.P.B., VI xxix

bio-bibliog., VII 361-63

bibliog., VI 430

Caius Septimus (fl. 2nd C.):

embalmed entrails of, III 102-03

Cajamarca:

house of "Inca gold" in, II 326

Calandrini, Pietro:

on Cagliostro, XII 84-85

Calasiris:

Phoenician priestly garment, XI 77

Calcutta:

Archbishop of, & Theosophists, IX

346 fn. (374 fn.)

Black Hole of, XII 281

manured with theological guano, IV

77

Calcutta Review:

art. on "Diwali," III 179

Calendar(s):

ancient & Christian, XII 536

on Hindu & other, in Buddha's era, V

260-62

Julian, XII 75

Sun is father of, X 277

Calf:

or globe worshipped by Israelites, III

130-31

Calhoun, A.R.:

Arizona Indian stone circles and, II

324

California:

Adepts Atrya & Hilarion xisit, I 90

Caligula, Emperor (12-41 A.D.):

received gifts on New Year's day, XII

93 (100)

wish of, XI 245 (282)

Callistus I, Pope (?-222):

"slandered" by Hippolytus, XIV 118

biog., XIV 515-16

Calmeil, J.L. (1798-1895):

De la Folie . . .:

III 280 fn.

on hallucination, VII 62

bio-bibliog., VII 363

bibliog., III 500

Calphurnia (Caesar's wife):

believed in diviners, etc., I 232

Calumny:

lies &, revert to sender, XIV 33

slander &, of unusual people, III 125, 128

Calvin, John (1509-1564):

confused Mikael & Christ, XIV 338

on Hell & infant's skulls, XI 68-69

predestination and, XI 141

Cambrai, Bishop of:

See Rgnier, R.E

Cambridge Mission:

fails to convert natives, 11 406

Cambry, Jacques (1749-1807):

Monumens Celtiques . . .:

on etymology of dragon, XIII 272

focus on post-Christian era, XIIl 272

Camoens, Luis (1524?-1580):

Lusiad:

written in Macao, XIII 178

Campbell, Lord:

profane discussion and, XII 250

Campbell, George D. (1823-1900):

8th Duke of Argyll, XIII 311

Reign of Law:

Positivist thought and, XIII 311

bio-bibliog., XIII 372

Campbell, Robert A.:

Phallic Worship . . . .:

XII 520

bibliog., XII 727

Campbell-Praed, Rosa C.:

Affinities:

VIII 99

reception at Arundales described in,

VI xxxiii

The Brother of the Shadow:

VIII 99

bibliog., VIII 421

Cana (Khana):

esoteric meaning of marriage in, XI

499-500

SS Canada:

Founders sail on, I 431

The Canadian Theosophist:

rare W.T. Brown pamphlet reprinted

in, VI 31

Cancer:

"evil" conjunction of three planets in,

III 198

Candler, Ida G.:

accompanied H.P.B. to France, XII 64

Candlestick(s):

Christ in, symbolism, XIV 320-22,

329-30

cp. with Solar symbols, XIV 320-21

& fns.

Jewish symbolic, & Jehovah, XIV 323

Seven Golden, of Saint John, XIV

329

seven-branched, XIV 329, 337

Cannar:

shrine of the Sun at, II 323

Cannibals:

less cruel than slave holders, XII 286

Canonization:

of Benoit Labre, III 243-44

Cant:

among hypocrites & pharisees, XII 35

defined as pretentiousness, IX 83

hypocrisy &, at base of Society, IV 74

new form of hypocrisy, XII 277, 349,

387-88

our age of, XII 242, 387-88

religious, in modern culture, X 101

Capital:

unproductive use of, X 75

Capital Punishment:

Hartmann on, XII 237

juryman becomes accessory in new

murder, XII 237-38

relic of Jewish barbarity, XII 238

victims of hypnotism will suffer, VIII 108

Cappela:

frog eaters of Yanadis, IV 288

Capricornus:

constellation, or Crocodile, III 325

incarnation of Kumaras and, XII 76

is mysterious Makara, XII 76

Pistis-Sophia on initiation during,

XIII 11

See also Makara

Caracalla, Emperor (188-217):

revered Apollonius, XIV 135

Carbonari:

occultism and, I 107 fn.; VI 19-20

Carbonic Acid:

Yoga and, II 456-57

Cardinals:

as parasites & social drones, X 75

Carducci, G. (1836-1907):

":A Satana":

IV 58 & fn.

bio-bibliog., IV 638

Caducci, G. (1836-1907):

A Satana:

IV 58 & fn.

Bio-biolog., IV 638

Carlos Magnus:

Carlovingian Cycle and, XIII 297-98

Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881):

XII 120 q., 383 q.

defines progress, XII 268

defines Protestant religion, X 161

on English society, X 206

on Jesuits, IX 295

on knowledge & faith, III 207

on "lexicon" of eternity, XII 320

on man's essence, XIII 97 q.

on names, VIII 5

perpetuated falsehood about

Cagliostro,XII 79

on truth, IX 35

on value of practical idealism, XII 33

view of Englishmen, XIV 27

Carmel, Mt.:

Essenes of, XI 220-21 (256)

Pythagoras and, XI 221 (257)

Carmichael, Mrs. Sara M.:

sapphire ring produced occultly for,

VI 59 fn., 63 fn.

Carnac:

Catholic sorcery in crypts at, XIV 29

Carnal:

lower man is, XIII 37

Carnarvon, Henry H., Earl of

(1841-1890):

Recollections of the Druses of

the Lebanon:

on khabar, V 276

bio-bibliog., V 371

Carpenter, Mary (1807-1877):

on Ram Mohun Roy, III 56

bibliog., III 500

Carpenter, Dr. William B. (1813-1885):

II 98, 152

on age of Book of the Dead, VII

114 fn.

on Hindu phenomena, I 272 et seq.

investigated psychic phenomena &

Spiritualism, I 224, 354, 356; III 172

Prince of materialists, II 364

Scientific prejudice and, XIII 345-47

Bio-biolog., XIII 376-77

Carpocrates (fl. 2 C.):

Baronius on, XIV 70

A Gnostic, XIV 70

bio-biolog., XIV 516

Carrington:

Departure of the Fairies:

XII 199 q.

Carroll, Lewis (pseud.):

Alices Adventures. . .:

VII 37

Carthago Nova (Carthage):

V 218

Cartouche, L.D. (1693-1721):

notorious French criminal, IX 363

& fn. (391 & fn.)

Cartouches:

Egyptian, & Sothis, VIII 24

Cassels, Bishop Walter R. (1$26-1907):

Supernatural Religion . . . ::

VIII 213 fn., 214 fn.; XIV 72

on Ebionitic Gnosticism as purest

Christianity, XIV 150

extraordinary work, I 380

on John, VI 150 & fn., 155

opposed by Christians, IV 459

Paul was Simon Magus says, XIV 114

Roman Catholic Church and, VI

151-52

bio-bibliog., VI 430-31

bibliog., I 449; IV 638; VIII 232, 422;

XIV 516

Cassianus, Johannes (360?-435?):

cited treatise by Ham, XIII 234-35;

XIV 298

Castaldus, Johann T. (fl. 17th C.):

De Angelis:

on the Seven Spirits, X 17

bio-bibliog., X 416

Castalian Fountain:

pagan tablet found near, VIII 196

Caste(s):

H.P.B.'s view of sacerdotal, IX

366-67 fn. (394-95 fn.)

Hindu, the most inflexible of gods, II

455; IX 130-31

invented in Kali-yuga, VIII 60 (82)

non-existent in Vedic days, VIII 60

(82)

race & money, XI 150-51

Races and, III 463

Russian, & classes, II 355-56

System helps Britain to rule India, II

297

Theosophists work against, VIII 56

(78), 60 (82)

Castiglione:

Cagliostro & Good Brotherhood of,

XII 80

Castrn, Matthias A. (1813-1852):

Vorlesungen ber die Finnische

Mythalogie:

on Russian tribe's exorcism, II 178

bibliog., II 524

Castro, Adolpho de:

H.P.B. and, I 1

Casuistry:

of Catholic Church, VIII 16

Theosophical Society must shun, VII

166

Casuists:

medieval, XII 351

Cataclysm(s):

at close of every Root Race, XIV

81 fn.

deluges and, III 150

Elect saved from, XIV 81

impending, & discoveries, V 259

law of nature, XIII 319-20

races and, IV 446-47

racial, & seeds of wisdom, VI 268

of Third Root Race, XIV 81 fn.

by water & fire, IV 263, 578

Cataleptic Stupor:

memory and, VI 221-22

Catechism of Lanoos:

on evolution of lower kingdoms, XIV

164 fn.

A Catechism on Everyday Life:

VIII 31

Cathedrals:

vaulted ceilings of, XI 78

Catherine, Princess: murdered, I 163

Catherine de Medici, Queen (1519-1589):

black arts and, IV 615; VII 221

Catherine II (1729-1796):

accused of infanticide by medium, I

92

Catherwood, F.C.:

II 305

unearthed ancient city in Honduras,

II 322

Catholic(s):

See Roman Catholics

Catholic Church:

See Roman Catholic Church

Catholic Mirror:

II 446

on boy-medium, III 98

on desecration at Lourdes, II 196-97

on lightning, II 197-98

on miracles, III 275 et seq., 354

on phenomena of obsession, IV 388

et seq.

story of MacMahon and, II 194, 389

Catholic Review:

an abusive literary Polyphemus, III

67-68

Catholic World (New York):

on Home, I 197

Catlin, George (1796-1872):

on Mandan's talk with the dead, II

173-74

Catoptrics:

futuristic discovery of, XIII 293

Caucasus:

learning Russian at, III 46-47

Causal Body:

or Karana-arira, XIV 49 fn.

Causality:

conditions of life and, VI 228, 264

Guru shows chela world of, IX 285-86

Karma and, IX 286

Parabrahm is, not cause, X 336

Cause(s):

beneficial, act slowly now, IX 104

effect and, III 408

effects &, speeded up in Kali Yuga, IX 102

of existence & Nidanas, X 335

infinite & universal, IX 55

One, & maya, IX 16

One Universal, III 457; XIV 10 fn.,

185, 234, 249-50

remains hidden, XIV 249

secondary powers divorced from One,

XIV 250

The Cause:

disloyalty to, XI 380-81, 384

Theosophical Society represents, XI

380-81

Causeless Cause:

man exiles himself from, VIII 111

Manvantaras and, X 335-36

the One uncreated, VIII 114

as rootless root, IX 168

Cave(s):

allegory of, & birth of Christ, VIII

364 (384)

at Cawnpore, III 82

grotto zodiac in, temple dedicated to

Mithr-As, III 464, 465

tablets hidden in, on Tien-Shan, III

467

Zarathustra's inscription in Bokhara,

III 455 fn., 458

Zoroaster's statue in, temple, III

455 fn., 458, 464-65

"Cave of the Echoes":

magical evocation in, I 346 et seq.

Cavendish, George (1500?-1562):

on Cardinal Wolsey's "revelation," VI

346

Cawnpore (India):

III 82

phenomenon by a gosain at, I 275-77

Cayambe (Ecuador):

"cromlechs" near, II 323

Cazeneuve, Jean Aime de:

on numerical proportions, II 449

philosopher & author at Paris T.S., V

126

bibliog., II 525

Cazotte, Jacques (1719-1792):

perished on the guillotine, XIV 278

Ceccarini, Dr. G.:

Mazzini Commission and, I 391 (392)

Cedrenus, George (fl. 11th C.):

on angels' scepters, XIV 327

on Celestial machines, XIV 331

corroborates Kircher, VII 217

bibliog., VII 363-64

Celestial:

Buddhas in human form, XIV 427

machines in Japanese temples, XIV

331 fn.

Man's inner link with, Beings, XIV

395

seven, Rectors, XIV 330

wheels in Initiation Adyta, XIV 331 & fn.

worlds & systems, XIV 330

Celibacy:

in Buddhism & Christianity, IX 149-50

enforced, of Hindu widows, IV 128-29

not enforced in E.S. or T.S., XI 428

of original hierarchy of Adepts, IV

515 fn.

practical occultism requires, IV 544;

VI 261-62; XII 702

a rule for regular Chelas, VIII 294

Yogis and, IV 543

See also Chastity

Cell(s):

consciousness in, X 322; XII 134,

141-42, 144-45, 148, 415-16

ever-changing in brain tissues, XII 406

every, & organ has seven components,

XII 693

infinitesimal "monads," XII 148

lymphatic, & nymphs of Greek

mythology, XII 148-49

male, & latent spirit of germ, X 353

nerve-, related to consciousness, XII

355, 357

partakes in divine organism, XII 410

receivers & conveyors of past

impressions, XII 416

respond to physical & spiritual

impulses, XII 369, 410

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

on Daimōns, XIII 23

Censorinus (fl. 3rd C. A.D.):

on Heliacal or Great Year, III 150

De Die Natali:

on cycles, VII 277 & fn.

on genius, VII 195-96 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 364

Censorship:

in Russia, III 163

Censure:

persecution and, XI 294

Census:

incurred by whoredom, III 116

Mosaic, & Bombay, III 117-18

Census, Book of the Imperial:

Theosophy & Theosophists described

in, V 277-79

Center(s):

each man a radiating, IX 242

occult, of Force in man & nature, IV

165-66

Central America:

connection with Atlantis, IV 446

Spaniards destroy Mysteries of, XIV

280

Central Point:

as Deity, II 145

Centrifugal Force:

adepts on, V 153-54

Cephas:

See Peter

Cephas, L.:

medium, IV 391

Cerebellum:

corresponds with Kama, XII 698-99

dreams and, X 328-30

instinctual mind and, X 324

sleep and, III 435

Cerebral:

activity in memory, XII 368, 407

cardial centers &, relating to mental

experience, XII 367

cortex & Real Being, XII 357

"reflectors," XII 407

Cerebrum:

Cerebellum and, X 323, 328; XII 550

Ceremonial Magic:

not Occultism, IX 249

Ceremony(ies):

ritualism of Brahmanas and, XII 346

Ceres (Keres):

definition, III 460

Isis &, as Holy Virgins, II 164

Ceres Demeter:

patroness of Eleusinia, XII 214

transformation of, XII 214

Ceres Eleusina:

or Demeter, XI 93-94

as Earth, XI 69

festivals of, XI 100

Cerinthus (fl. Ist C. A.D.):

belief in Aeōns, XIV 150-51

Christ was an Aeōn says, XIV 372 fn.

God of Jews not supreme, XIV 112

on Jesus & Christos, XIII 55

stigmatised by Latin Church, XIV 70

system of, XIII 55

bio-bibliog., XIV 516-17

Ceylon (ri Lanka):

adeptship and, II 438

ancient, part of Indian continent, II

337; V 286

Buddha's birthday holiday in, XII 305

Buddhism brought to, on day of

Buddha's death, V 248-49, 250

Buddhists in, V 328

Christians in, alarmed by Buddhist

revival, 111 302-03, 480-82

chronology of, V 247-48

delegation sent to, II 497 (504)

Egyptians and, XI 227 (263)

Founders in, abused by papers, II

416-17

High Priests of, & Theosophists, II

138-40

number 7 & the trip to, II 451-52

of Ramayana far larger than now, V

286

religious riots in, IV 427 et seq.

results of the Founder's trip to, II

439-40

Russians misinformed about, VI

138-39

sacred historical books of, II 134

Sinhalese Buddhists in, XII 306

T.S. purifies Buddhism in, XII 305

T.S. slandered in, III 10

T.S. work in, 11 204 (207), 414; III

2-3, 154; XI 393-95; XII 299

women in, XI 440, 444

Ceylon Catholic Messenger:

attacked Olcott & Buddhism, III

311-12

Ceylon Examiner:

on Theosophical Society, II 498 (505)

Ceylon Observer:

IV 429, 431, 436, 438

attacks Founders, II 402, 415, 417; III

302-03

on Buddhist vigor, IV 427-28

on Catholic thugs, IV 435 -

contemptuous of Buddhism, IV 432

criticized Lord Lindsay for joining

T.S., II 403

on editor of, X 240

falsehoods of, V 328

ridicules Islam, IV 434

bibliog., V 385

The Ceylon Times:

III 241, 302

throws malicious reflection on H.P.B.,

II 416-17

Chabas, RJ. (1817-1882):

unearthed curious papyri, IX 80

- Les papyrus magique Harris . . .:

VII 19 fn.

article on, slated for S.D. appendices,

VII 104

Compiler's Notes & quotes from, VII

126-34

"Egyptian Magic" placed in 1897 S.D.,

VII 105

Egyptian religious magic in, VII

103-04

on Khou or "resurrected shadows,"

VII 116, 190-91

on magic & occultism, VII 107-08,

117-19

prayer from, with Chabas comments,

VII 116

on unlucky & lucky days, VII 114, 115

bio-bibliog., VII 364

 

 

Chabutara:

Police-house,I 275

Chachuri Mudra (Sk.):

sense of, debased, II 119

Chagpa Thog-med [Tib. 'Phags-pa

thogs-med]:

Tibetan name of Aryasanga, XIV

451 fn.

Chaho, J.A. (1811-1858):

Philosophie des religions

compares:

on Sun & devs, XI 83 bio-bibliog., XI 570

Chain:

evolutionary, of animals & man, XI

138 fn.

Chain, Planetary:

evolution of Monad and, VI 248-49

La Chaine magnique:

Du Potet and, II 277 fn.

mesmerism and, II 135

Chaitanya (Sk.):

pervasive spiritual power, III 106

Chaitanya (1485-1527):

IV 569; XIV 140

Brahmo Samaj and, III 59, 259

Chakra(s) (Sk.):

endless circle, IV 528

mantrams and, IV 165-66

plexuses and, XII 619-20

seven Master, in head, XII 619

Seven Rays vibrate in seven, XII 620

Chakravartins (Sk.):

Csoma de Krs and, III 177

"wheel-turners" of Tibet, III 177

Chaldaean(s):

See Chaldean(s)

Chaldea:

secret wisdom of, III 194

Universal center of magic, III 150

Chaldean(s):

Ain-Soph of, copies Parabrahman,

XIV 184

Akkadian civilization and, XIII

327-28, 338

antiquity, XIII 336-37

arts & sciences, XIII 228, 320, 337-38

Assyriologists on, XIII 328, 333

astrology & magic, XIII 328

astronomy, XIV 332

beliefs called fetishism, XIII 337

Cabala is source of Hebrew, IV 295

Celestial Virgin symbols. XIV 292

charlatanry of, during Roman Era,

XIV 344

cosmogony symbolism, XIII 75

Creation system of, XIV 210

definition, IV 517

divine dynasties, length of, XIV 245

on divisions of Ether, XIV 165 & fn.

invented cuneiform, XIII 328, 333,

336

Kabala & Jews, XIV 172-74

Kabalists on primeval man, XIII

59-60

language differs greatly from Hebrew,

XIV 179-80

little known, XIII 326, 328

Magi ahead of Christian fathers, XIII

338

magic & magicians, XIII 326, 337-38

Matthew originally in, XIV 149 fn.

Mysteries from Aryans, XIV 36

oracles, XIII 229, 267

parchments in Alexandrian Library,

XIII 231

priestly caste, XIII 328

proficiency in math & astronomy,

XIII 337-38

Ptolemy, Strabo & Herodotus on,

XIII 326-27

sphere, XIV 292 fn.

tabernacle, XIII 278

tiles pre-Christian, XIV 170

as title of initiated adepts, XIII 277

tower of Babel legend, XIII 102-03,

272-74

Turanian races and, XIII 333

wisdom & religion, XIII 228, 337

See also Book of Numbers, Chaldean

Chaldees:

an Adept caste, XIII 228, 277

forefathers of Brahmans, XIII 228

language of the Cushite, XIII 327,

336

Mosaic account of, XIII 327

not worshippers of Satan, XIII 229

tabernacle of, XIII 278

Chaldeo Tibetan Doctrine:

Aryan doctrines nearly identical with,

III 400, 406 fn., 409 fn.

is trans-Himalayan doctrine, III 419

as Universal Wisdom-Religion, III 419

Cham:

See Ham

Chambers' Cyclopaedia:

IV 238

on Gospel's origin, IV 234

on Orpheus & Ribhu, V 304-05

bibliog., V 371

Chambers' Journal:

on Dreams, III 427-29

Jacob of Simla and, IV 344 fn.

Champai-chos-nga [Byams-pa'i chos

Ina]:

Buddhist texts given by Maitreya, XIV

451 fn.

bibliog., XIV 517

Champollion, J.E (1790-1832):

on age of Book of the Dead, VII

114 fn.

on Egyptian antiquities, XIII 232-33

on Woide's Solomon, XIII 51

La Manifestation la Lumire:

mystic ritual in, XIII 76

Monuments de l gypte . . . :

VII 129 fn.

bibliog., VII 364

Champollion-Figeac, J.J. (1778-1867):

gypte ancienne:

on God & his agents, XIV 218

on Hermetic Books authenticity, XIII

232-33

on transformation of Gods by

Judaism, XIV 218

- gypte moderne:

on Hermetic Fall of Man, XIV 332-33

Roman school of Astrology, XIV 351

& fn.

Champs lyses (Paris):

rivalled by Sorrento, XIII 189

Chance:

understood by few, VI 141

Chan-Chan (Peru):

capital of Chimu, II 327

Chandra (Sk.):

in America, II 316

immaculately conceived, VI 262

Surya &, races, IX 197 (219)

See also Induvaa

Chandradhat, Prince Chudhathar:

A Buddhist Prince's View of the

Universe . . .:

H.P.B.'s notes on, X 174-77

Chandragupta:

Mller on, V 229

Piyadasi inscriptions show title of, V

237

Sandracottos in Greek, V 229

several persons named, V 257, 258

term has esoteric meaning, VI 42

Chandrakirti (ca. 650 ):

on Dharmakaya state as infallible,

XIV 439

taught Prasanga system, XIV 438-39

on two Paths to Nirvana, XIV 438-39

bio-bibliog., XIV 517

Chandramana[m] (Sk.):

measure of year, V 261

Chandramasa:

several people named, V 257

Chandravaa (Sk.):

See Chandra

Chaney, W.H. (1821-?):

on astrology & chastity, III 191

bio-bibliog., III 500-01

Chang-chub:

See Byang-tsiub

Change:

chief originator of pain, XII 538

is constant in everything, II 8-9

(19-20); VI 331

no violent, is safe, VI 145

Tennyson on sweep of, XII 266

Channelers:

adept mediators cp. to mediums or, I

299-300

See also Medium(s)

Chanoch:

Solar year and, VIII 193 fn.

Chan-tyu-Kusho:

Regent for 4th Tashi Lama, IV 161

Chaos:

"creation" and, III 379-80 & fn.

definition, XI 485

division in world cosmogony, XIV 198

as female principle, XIV 272 fn.

R. Fludd on, III 284

Ialdabaōth child of, XIII 43

identical with Akaa, X 314

Isis & Aditi formed in, XIV 241

Kabalistic view of Biblical, XIV 244 & fn.

Pistis-Sophia in, XIII 60

Plērōma and, XI 491

primordial germs created in, XIV 241,

243

is Theos, XIV 243

three degrees of, XIII 61 fn.

Tohu-vah-bohu or "Space," XIV

243-44

or water, the female Power, XIV 207,

241-42, 243

Chapman, Rev. Hugh B.:

on cheap religious talk, XII 112

Char (Arabic Char-is):

City of Fire, III 460

Charachari Mudra (Sk.):

sense of, debased, II 119

Charagmai (or Charactres):

Impressions or Marks, XIII 30

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

ancient Vedic physician, XI 243 & fn.

(279 & fn.)

oath of Asklepiads and, V 241

biog., V 371-72

Charcot, Dr. Jean M. (1825-1893):

IV 132, 311, 313; VII 329 (343)

experiments with hypnotism, II

280 fn., 283 et seq., VI 199, XIV 31

hallucination of, VII 61

hypnotism research pioneered by, VII

59; VIII 407

Richet &, unconscious sorcerers, IX

253

Richet &, vs. illusions of Hindus, XII

326

bio-bibliog., II 525; IV 638; VII

364-65

Charcotism:

or animal magnetism, XII 214

experiments of Charcot and, XII 295

Rev. Haweis on, XII 219

Chariot:

represents body, III 463

Charis (Greek):

definition as grace, XI 490

as Greek city, III 460

Charity:

emotional, can produce harm, VIII

295-96

fanatical Christians & Yogis lack, VII

166

for faults of others needed, XII 494

mere, cannot raise people, VIII 167,

296

money and, VIII 163

practical, not a declared object of

T.S., VIII 164

prevention better than physical, VIII

296

as rule of discipleship, VIII 59 (81)

synthesis of all virtues, X 95

takes no reprisals, XI 306

Theosophy inculcates, VIII 164

true, & false, XI 196

in true Theosophists, XI 306

true, very rare, XIII 131

Charivari:

on Richelieu's mistress, II 199-200

Charlatanry:

great occultist accused of, VI 19

historical, described, VI 19

unscientific, XII 265

Charlemagne (742-814):

killed enemies with sorcery, XIV 106

Pope Leo III gives sorcerer's talisman

to, XIV 105-06

Charles:

H.P.B.'s cat, I 416, 431, 439, 440

Charles le Tmraire (1433-1477):

Joan Hachette and, II 515

Charles VI (1368-1422):

phases of moon and, IV 397

Charvaka (Sk.):

nihilistic school of India, XIV 438

Chashmalim:

part of angelic hosts, VI 318

Chastity:

celibacy &, among Buddhist priests,

IV 6-8

ideal of, ridiculed by society, XII 245

mental & physical, XII 245

Tolstoy on marital, XII 245

Chasuble:

priest's garment, XI 77

Chatterjee, Mohini M.:

See Chatterji, Mohini M.

Chatterjee, Sreenath:

visited by levitating Lama, VIII 136

bibliog., VIII 422

Chatterji, Mohini M. (1858-1936):

V 287, 294; VI 38

changes views about Mahatmas, VII 137

deludes Arundale & Gebhard, VII 137

ingratitude of, VII 139

letter to, from K.H., VI 21

- Man: Fragments of Forgotten

History:

authorship & background of, VI xxxiv

co-authored with Laura Holloway, VII

350 & fn.

H.P.B.'s views on, & corrections to. VI

412-13

when written, VII 350 & fn.

- "A Few Words on the

Theosophical Organization":

criticizes 0lcott & T.S., VII 135, 140-45

"The Himalayan Brothers-Do

They Exist?":

VI 21

bio-bibliog., IV 638-39

Chaturhotri Mantra:

on evolution of Earth, I 227

Chaturtharama (Sk.):

conditions for, II 118

Chaucer, G. (1340?-1400):

on faith, VIII 205

The Flower and the Leaf:

authorship questioned, IX 268 fn.

a consecration to spiritual love, IX

268

Chauvelin, Abb:

denounced the Jesuits, IX 309

Chavin de Huanta:

ruins of note at, II 331-32

Chela(s) (Hindi):

advanced, of TS. & Zoroastrianism,

IV 518

become so by their unhelped

exertions, IV 608

brain attuned to that of Master, X

266

Christians on secrecy of Eastern, XIV

75

communication with Guru and, VII

243

criticism of H.P.B. by, VI 4-5

"Daily Life Ledger" of, XII 604

definitions, III 336; IV 607

Eastern & Western, & book Man . . .,

VI 413

faces evil power of nation, IV 612

failures & successes among, IV 609,

613-14

few, see Master till final vow, XIV 278

fruit diet used by, XIV 164 & fn.

hardships & risks of, XIV 309

holds only part of knowledge gained,

XII 618, 696

illumination of, must be repeated, XII

618

joyous at freedom from common life,

IV 342

on just initiated, XIV 278

lama can force, to speak truth, IV 313

Lay, & TS., IV 610-11

magnetic rapport with Master, VII

243

marriage and, VIII 293 fn.

of Masters & disgraceful experiments,

IV 474 et seq.

motives of, known, VII 243

not mediums, VI 223-27

one law of occultism for, VIII 126

one out of 72 accepted, successful,

VII 246

pledged to secrecy, XIV 60, 278

precipitate letters for Masters, X 130,

269

protest Hume's criticism of Brothers,

IV 229-30

protest "M.A. (Oxon)" criticism, IV

274

qualifications for, IV 607-08; VIII

294; IX 157-62, 249-60

reason for 7 year probation of, IX

156

relation of, to Guru, IV 229

sees only the aura of the "Gods," XII

560

some Hindu, full of meanness, VII

151

subjugation of lower nature and, VI

331

Superiors of, help in lawful occult

research, IV 356

taught in dreams, X 241

Third degree, has two gurus, XIV 278

three, not yet failed, VII 246

training of will and, VI 266

trials of, VII 275-76

"Try" is battle-cry of, XII 505

unselfish, face no danger, XIV 309

visions induced during trials of, XIV

165 fn., 276-77

vow of poverty taken by, XIV 56 fn.

who does his best does enough, XII

505

Will of, vs. carnal nature, IV 613

See also Disciples; Path

Chelaship:

characteristics & chief task of, VI

285-87

definition, XI 300

Indian, XIV 277-78

indispensable condition of, VII 243

lashes sleeping passions of animal

nature, IV 611-12

Lay, defined, IV 610-11

Mahatma defines, IV 613

marriage and, IV 129

not mediumship, XI 50

pledge and, VII 242-43

protection by Master and, IV 476-77

qualities needed for, IV 608

real man comes out in, IV 613

right motive for seeking, VI 241

rules for, IV 607-08; VIII 294

selfish fail at, IV 609

Theosophical Society and, IV 469,

609-11

unselfishness first necessity in, XI 301

See also Discipleship; Path

Chemical:

actions on other orbs, V 146

transcendental, action & spiritualistic

manifestations, VI 351-52

Chemist:

produces phenomenon, VIII 50 (72)

Chemistry:

Alchemy and, VIII 56 (79)

birth of, XI 506 (529)

molecules and, IV 211

supersensuous, & physics, VII 75

Chemmis:

called Panopolis by Greeks, XIII 240 fn.

origin of name, XIII 239-40

prehistoric "city of fire," XIII 239 & fn.

Chemnu:

the "lovely spectre," XIV 32

Chendry:

mutiny of Rumla and, II 294-97

Chenrezi (Tib.):

legend of, XII 518

See also Avalokiteshvara; Padmapani

Cheops, King:

See Khufu, King

Cheops Pyramid:

See Great Pyramid

Chepn:

odd mountain near, II 326

Chephren:

son of Cheops, VII 101 fn.

Cherub(s):

implied as sitting on ears, III 221

of Talmudistic imagery, XIII 279

traced to iva, XIII 279

Cheta Cave (India):

Saptaparna cave of Buddhist texts, V

247 fn.

Chetty, G. Soobiah:

mentioned in forged letter of

Coulomb, VI 297

Ch-eung-Shau (China):

immorality at monastery of, IV 6

Chevillard, Dr. A.:

IV 132

tudes exprimentales . . .:

IV 144 & fn.

bibliog., IV 640

Chevreul, M.E. (1786-1889):

alchemical library of, XI 509 (532)

biog., XI 570

Chhandogya Upanishad:

VI 158

on Self, VIII 97

two missing adhyayas and, V 289

bibliog., VI 425; VIII 414

Chhaya(s) (Sk.):

Aeonian Evolution of, in poem The

Ring, XII 130

astral bodies & Linga-arira discussed,

XII 705-07

Hylic fashioned after, XIII 26

of lunar Pitris, VI 190; X 365

Secret Doctrine on, XIII 12

shades, XI 488

or shadow, IX 241

Chhaya-grahini (Sk.):

in Ramayana, VI 341

Chhinnamasta Tantrikas (Sk.):

initiations of, IV 265-66

Chhipa [Tib. Phyi-pa]:

non-Buddhist, VI 106

Chicago Tribune:

forgery in, XI 210-11; XII 594

on Indian fakirism, XII 321, 322-24

Chichen:

II 309

Chidagnikuna (Sk.):

Ahankara annhilated in, III 414

or Nirvana, III 414

Chidakasam [Sk. Chidakaa]:

V 317

field of primordial consciousness, X

360; XIV 393

on Mysterious Mirror & Spiritual sun

shining in, III 414

pralaya and, XI 476

Chi-kai (or Chih-i) (538-597):

XIV 428 fn.

T'ien T'ai school of, III 421

bio-bibliog., XIV 517-18

Child(ren):

age of, when unified with manas, XII 619

an animal at first, I 297

dead, as nature's failure must be

reborn, I 298, 363 (368)

dying young, incarnate at once, V 16 (45)

elementaries affect vicious parents &

their, I 285

first impressions of, X 227-28

Italian Consul fosters slavery of, I

390-91 (392)

leave no trace on monadic memory, V

17 (45)

mother should care for young, X 83

no devachan for very young, XI 140

only a duality, I 364 (368)

plastic 3rd & 4th principles of, X 176

have psychical not a spiritual nature, I

297-98

is responsible at age seven, X 218

a soul, not a spirit, I 363 (367)

souls of, before self-consciousness, V

108

trained for murder, X 226-28

young, lack pineal gland "sand," XII

619

Child-Marriage:

V 65

Chelas work to reform, VIII 293 fn.

Child, Dr.:

H.P.B. ordered to expose, I 58 et seq.,

75 et seq., 75 fn.

letter of, to Daily Graphic, I 80-81

Childers, R.C. (1838-1876):

V 342

Childs, G. Washington:

I 242

Chimborazo (Ecuador):

mountain exploits of Whymper at, III

140-41

Chin:

as Russian caste, II 355

China:

adept protectors known to Emperor

of, XIV 18

Buddhist Lohans in, XIV 18, 428

date of Buddhist works in, IX 135

elementals known in, XII 301

Emperor of, respects Tibetan Lamas,

XIV 448

Gautama's Word still known in, XIV

443, 448-49

ghosts & mt, spirits of, XIV 18

"Heaven" of, XI 17-18

invades Europe, IX 307

language of, XI 16

missionary reports on, XIV 17-18,

447-49

national conservatism of, XIII 180

origin of Alchemy and, XI 512 (535),

514 (537)

personal God not accepted in, XI 16-17

protection of frogs in, XIII 220-21

souls of Druses and, III 187

or Tzina, V 245

use of chopsticks in, XII 276-77

China Mail:

on moral downfall of Buddhist

priests, IV 6

Chinahunah:

"Chinese & Huns," V 245 fn.

Chineha Islands (Peru):

guano and, II 310

Chinchas:

of Peru, II 308

Chin-che-K'hai:

See Chi-kai

Chincholle, Ch.:

"La Grande Prētresse":

VIII 99

Chinese:

adepts or Lohans, XIV 18, 428, 448

& fn., 449

alchemy cp. with Hermetic Sciences,

XI 515 et seq. (538 et seq.)

American native language at Eten

understood by, II 337

anticipated later inventions, III 420

antiquity of, race, XI 14-15

astrology and, III 197

Buddhist mission sent to ancient

America, II 432

characteristics of, I 108, 109

cruel treatment of, laborers, VIII 63

(85)

fishermen of Acla and, V 221

on houen & after-death states, VII

204-09

Huns and, V 245 fn,

inland, & Atlantean language, V 216

legend of Fang-Kwang, XIV 428 fn.

no, Hell or Purgatory, XI 18

not real Buddhists, VIII 62 (84)

orders of nobility cp. with root-races,

XI 18

secret monasteries retained Buddhism,

XIV 443, 447-48 & fn.

spirits among, II 176-77

symbolic language, XIV 101

views on constitution of man, VII

201-04

Ching fa-yin-Tsang:

meaning, XIV 444

really connotes Heart Seal, XIV 445

Chingiz Khan:

See Genghis Khan

Chinmatra (Sk.):

pralaya and, XI 476

Chinovnik:

term of scorn, II 356

Chiromancy:

character analysis by, XII 57

Chit (Sk.):

Achit and, IV 424

Chitra-ikhanin (Sk.):

bright-crested, XIV 334

Chitsukhacharya:

ankara Vijayavilasa:

biography of ankara, V 189

bibliog., V 367

Chitta (Sk.):

can return to cosmic matter, IV

550 fn.

Chittagong:

statue of Buddha and, V 246

Chitta-uddhi (Sk.):

duty and, V 338

Chittenden, Vermont:

H.P.B. & Olcott at, I 34

H.P.B. ordered to go to, IV 137

Chiun (or Khiyun):

Jewish God derived from Chaldeans,

XIII 279

as Saturn & later "Jehovah," XIV 326

Chnouphis:

Python and, VIII 194 fn.

Choang-Long [Chin. Chuang-lang]:

near Kumbum, III 182

Choate, J.M.:

medium, I 278

Chochmah (or Chokhma):

See okhmah

Chod [Tib. gCod]:

secret rite of high Initiation, XIV

406 fn.

Choavaram (India):

British besieged at, II 295

Chophorae (Gk.):

See Aeschylus

Chohan-Lama:

archive-registrar, V I 94

reply of, on after-death conditions, VI

97-112

of Rinch-cha-tze, III 398

Chohans:

have documents on last 24 years of

Buddha, V 249

See also Dhyan-Chohan(s)

Choic:

Choos and, XIII 28

Principle, XllI 35

Cho-ku [Tib. Chos-kyi-sku]:

Nirvanic body, XIV 392 fn.

See also Dharmakaya

Cholula, Temple of:

II 304, 309

cp. to Great Pyramid, II 305

size of, II 319

Chom-dan-da [Tib. bCom-Idan-'das]:

conqueror, will destroy ignorance, VI 105

Chomel, Dr. A.E (1788-1858):

on hallucination, VII 61-62

bio-bibliog., VII 365

Chons (Egyptian God):

as deliverer from Khous, VII 116

Choos:

Body formed from Earth or, XIII 26

Kosmos of, XIII 28

Chorea:

aura of magnets and, III 98

Chosroes II, King of Persia (?-628):

on immense celestial machine of, XIV

331

Chota Nagpur (India):

burial custom at, V 104

Chrao (Gk.):

VIII 358 fn. (375 fn.)

Chrio cp. with, VIII 186

definitions, VIII 184, 186, 192 fn.

Chraomai (Gk.):

as chela, VIII 187

definition, VIII 184

Chre (or Chreō) (Gk.):

definition, VIII 192 fn.

Chreōn (Gk.):

definition, VIII 184 fn.

Chrēstērion (Gk.):

definitions, VIII 184, 362 (381)

Chrēstērios (Gk.):

definitions, VIII 184, 362 (381)

Chrēstēs (Gk.):

definition, VIII 184

Chrēstians (Gk.):

VIII 175, 298

Christians first called, VIII 175 fn.

true followers of Jesus, XIV 83-84,

282 & fn.

Chrēstodoulos (Gk.):

definition, VIII 186

 

Chrēstos (Gk.):

ascetic state, VIII 362 (381)

-candidate & Solomon, X 162 fn.

Christ &, glorified, XIV 88 fn.

Christos and, VIII 172 & fn., 175

& fn., 176, 35 7 (374), 361-63

(380-82); IX 271-72; XIV 88 & fn.,

122, 282

Clement on the anointed, XIV 88

definition, VIII 187

derivation & differences analyzed,

VIII 175 et seq., 183-84

generic surname, IX 19 fn.

of Gnostics, IX 210 (232)

a good man, IX 18 fn.

Jesus a, & Christos, X 91

Jesus of flesh and, I 383

Justin Martyr on, VIII 176 fn.

a "man of sorrow," XIV 84, 284

Massey on, IX 18 et seq.

modelled on male principle of

wisdom, XIV 262-63 fn.

as revealer of mysteries, XIV 84-85,

284

See also Christos

Chrestos-Meshiac:

Scorpio and, VIII 202

Chrio (Greek):

To anoint, VIII 362 (380)

Chrao and, VIII 186

Definition, XI 100

Chris (Gk.):

Defined as anointed, XI 100

Chriso (Gk.):

Definition, VIII 187

Christ:

An Aeon incarnates in Jesus, XIV

372 fn.

Ancient Wisdom reinstated by, XIV

307

Apollo &, compared XIV 318, 343

Apostle of, VIII 184

Belief in carnalized, doomed, VIII 207

Birth & Avataric cycle, XIV 353

Candlestick represents, XIV 321 & fn.

Or Chrestos glorified, XIV 88 & fn.

122

coming of VIII 173

condition attainable, IX 22 fn.

controversial nature of, XIV 144-45

corporeal, VIII 212

crucified by followers, XIV 59, 385

on crucifixion & resurrection of, XIV

137-38

cures Mary of Magdala, I 140

descends through 7 heavens, XIII 58

desire to convert to belief in, is sinful,

IV 497

Devil and, IX 17-18

divine, never existed in human form,

IX 201 (223)

as divine principle in man, VIII

173-74, 183; XIV 122

exalted & perfected man, VI 162

existence of, doubted, I 140 fn.

false, VIII 174

first key to meaning, VIII 182

historical, & Justin, VIII 364 (384)

historicity questioned by Massey, IX

22 & fn., 23 fn.

immortal self in man, IX 19 & fn.

Jesus, of Christians not historical, IX

203 (225)

legend about, IX 23, 213 (235)

made flesh, unacceptable to

Theosophists, VIII 371 (390)

Massey on, Chrēstos and, IX 18-22

meaning of, VIII 362 (380)

as Mikael, XIV 322, 402

Nazarenes were true to, XIV 83

New Testament writers disfigured,

XIV 43, 147-48, 321

not "Lord of the Sheep," XIV 83-84,

343

not responsible for modern

Christianity, XIII 257

"of the seed of man," XIV 151

Oriental Church faithful to Apostles

of, XIV 125

Pagan Initiate's words used by, XIV

147-48

-principle, VIII 176, 183

resurrection of spiritual ego and, VIII

363 (383)

return not recognized by John, XIV

384

risen, VIII 173

Spirit of, present in mankind from

beginning, VIII 183

story of, allegorical, VIII 261; IX 203

(225)

the "Sun adored," XIV 321

as "Sun of Righteousness," XIV 318

teachings of, not opposed by

Theosophists, IX 132

teachings of, versus Christian sects,

III 134

Theosophical view of, IV 361; XII

349

Theosophists deny divinity of Biblical,

IV 364

true followers of, XIV 83-84, 282

& fn.

See also Christos; Jesus

Christēs:

definition, VIII 187

Christian(s):

Alexandrian library destroyed by, XIV

295 fn., 313

Apollonius' biography and, XIV 128

art of war, II 407-08

Astrolatry halted by, XIV 319

atonement & murderers, II 437

baptism not among early, XIV 57 fn.

basis of their "rights" over animals,

VII 24

brigands as "guards of honor," IX

356 fn. (384 fn.)

Chrēstians and, VIII 175 fn., 298;

XIV 83

Christ-like, rarer than a white crow,

IV 533

Church loses outstanding people, III

135

on church-going, XIII 150

civilization & public morals, XIII

131-33, 188

clergyman a co-founder of T.S., IV

199

converts in Ceylon, III 154

converts in India are ignorant, IV

203-04

crucify their Savior daily, XIV 59

defined by Church, VIII 205

denigrate every Man-God but theirs,

VIII 205

dishonest practices of, XIV 121

divine possessions of others taken by,

VIII 52 (74)

early, & animal food, VII 18

early, cp. to our modern, XIV 37, 83,

452

emblems & their origins, XIV 151-54

& fn.

era & Kali Yuga, V 261

Europe & Buddhism, XIII 254-55

examples of, ethics in 19th Century, X

81-86

false, beliefs promote crime, IV 499

few in India, II 26

first, called Nazarenes, XIV 121

Gnostics as last true, VIII 357 (374)

Gnostics most philosophical, XIV 212

God of, created in their image, XIV

146, 325

hated Philosophy, XIV 325

Hebrew MS. hidden from, XIV 127

heliolatry of early, XIV 343

Heresiarchs cp. with Buddhist Arhats,

XIV 429, 452

Holkar of Indore and, III 151

Holy Ghost female ace. to, XIV

187 fn.

Hypatia murdered by, mob, XIV 312

ideas of justice, IV 604

instances of frenzied piety, IV 202-03

Islamic Prophet false acc. to, XIV 108

Jesuits as most ancient, order, III 115

et seq.

Karma of, theology, XIV 323

on learning as sin, XIV 43

looked upon with suspicion by

Romans, VIII 185 fn.

Master's letter to, TS. member, VII

146-48 fn., 169-71

meaning anointed, VIII 175

might follow Brahmans example, XIV

190 fn.

de Mirville fabricates, Theogony, XIV

71, 319

missionaries on Genii, XIV 18

missions, XIII 156 fn.

mortifications, XIV 452

motives of, Vernacular Educ. Soc., III

69-70

nature of average, IV 97

Neo-Platonism &, Theology, XIV 305

often rise above Christianity, VIII 273

Old Testament, not true, VIII 298

patents for "peacemakers," XIII 163

practical, VIII 159 fn.

practical, only among Atheists &

heretics, IV 74

as primitive Theosophists, XI 80

professed, & real, IV 171

prophecy about, I 374

religious inventions and, V 254

rely on dead language, XIV 172

Savior taught reincarnation, XIV

57-59

sects in India, III 133, 134

seekers often quite reasonable, XI 138

suspicions of some, mystics, XIV 197

symbolism cp. to Pagan, XIV 71-72,

318-19, 321-22

term of low repute in India, III 490

Theology particularly pernicious, I

377

Theology repells some, XIV 59

Theosophical Society and, VI 161

treatment of Indian & Negro, XIII

188

true & pseudo-, V 357

Western, not followers of Christ, XIV

83

what constitutes a, III 91

Christian College Magazine:

VI xxxv, 148, 308; XI 102, 321

article on "The Collapse of Koot

Hoomi," VI 295, 324

slanders H.P.B., XlI 29

bibliog., VI 450

Christian Commonwealth:

on Besant & Theosophy, XI 457

The Christian Herald:

on Christian piety, IV 202-03

Christian Science:

arrogance of, X 286

beliefs of, analysed, X 34-42

erroneous assumption of, X 157

hypnotism and, X 40-41

Mental Science cp. with, X 96

Mind Curers &, do more harm than

good, XII 155, 528, 603

a misnomer, X 37

not in union with Truth. X 38

pernicious reliance on extraneous

help, X 96

practitioners & Theosophists cp., X 96

rapid growth of, XII 155

unsupported by Jesus, X 37

Christian Tract Society:

anti-Theosophical pamphlet of, IV 148

Christianity:

abuses of, IX 132

accepts Theosophical ideas under

veiled terms, XII 129

Ammonius influenced, XIV 13,

305-08

analyzed, VIII 271-79

Anti-Gnostic, XIV 168, 305

arrested scientific progress for

centuries, II 57 (63)

atrocities justified by, II 407-08

Avataric cycles and, XIV 353-56

based on Spiritualism, III 112, 113

Bishop of Bombay on, III 114

Black Magic of, clergy, XIII 257; XIV

27-31, 105-06, 116-17

blind faith & martyrs, IV 413

blind-man parable in, XIV 58-59

bloody record of, III 198

boasts progress of civilization, XII

266, 314

Book of Enoch and, XIV 76 ff.

broke with Buddhism at Nicea, X 113

brotherhood not practiced by, XII 294

Buddhism cp. with, V 75; XIV 452

changed view on Christ's nature, XIV

144-45

Christolatry and, XIV 283

Church &, have oppressed women,

XII 271

Church, condemned, XI 72

Churchianity versus, XII 27-28

clergy in India and, II 378

commandments of, VIII 264-65

composition of, VIII 272

confused about celestial Hierarchy,

XIV 215

contradictory dogmas of, XIV 144-46

crime and, III 248-49, 349-50

decay of, in America, XII 90

degrades Aztecs, II 322

destroyed Esoteric interpretations,

XIV 12, 37, 447-52

Devil & Occultism, XIII 256

difference between true, & false, IV

97-98

dogmas & rituals from Pagans, XIV

72-73, 147-48, 264, 271, 283, 305-06,

335-41

early days of, XIV 37, 42, 83, 124-26,

283, 304

Ebionites had purest form of, XIV

150

Esoteric numeral systems and, XIV 97

esoteric origin of, VIII 272

Esotericism of Orient will exorcise

ghoul in, IX 357 fn. (387 fn.)

ethical not theological, needed, IX

84-85

a fair side to, IX 174

fall of, impending, II 379; II 381; XI

32, 106

"Father in Heaven" in, XIV 56 fn.

fear of death developed by, VIII 298

fetishism of, I 333

feudal legislation of, XII 267

five hundred years behind the times,

VIII 275

Freethought literature and, V 119-21

Future, X 243-44

gentle soul & grosteque body, V 118

geology gives deathblow to II 59 (65)

gigantic sham, IV 414

gnostic, recognized by H.P.B., IX 357

(387)

Gnosticism copied by, XI 376

Greatest evil to political espionage, IV

57

H.P.B. has no animus against Jesus,

X 243-44

Heliocentric system of pagans and,

XIV 43

Historic, VIII 212

on hollow mockery of popular, XII

35

Humanity will not be saved by, VIII

267

illegitimate progency of Jewish creed,

IV 530

Japanese advocate, fo Japan, XI

106-08

Judean, & womwn, XII 268

Kikenny, XII 27-28

losing followers, X 171

losing to Islam, IX 143 & fn.

martyrs, original gospel feared by,

& fn.

de Marvilles defence of Revelation in,

XIV 72-76

A misnomer, II 183

Mission propaganda and, XIII 156 fn.

Mock-civilization & mock-, XII 83

Most anthropomorphic religion, XIV

446

occultism rejects historic character in,

VIII 200

offers premium for crime, I 379-80

official creed for masculine social

energy, V 118

opium& toddy, III 439

opposes inventions IV 501

Oriental, pure than Roman, XIV 125

originated in primeval truths, VIII 209

Pagan symbols copied by, XI 376; XII

71-72;XIV 72-75, 147-48, 221,264

271,283,305,335-41

Paul, not Jesus founder of, XIV 121,

304

Personal God of, leads to Black

Magic, XIII 256, 259-60

Phallicism and, XIII 256-57

Political exigency cause of, rise & fall,

XI 106

Powers of, violent, XI 245 (282)

On practical, IX 84-85

Practical vs. Church Fathers ideals,

XI 84

Primitive, is truly spiritual, X 172

Profession with natives, VIII 177

Religion of arrogance, VIII 176

Religion of Christos the Logos and,

XI 377

Religion of dominant races, V 121

Religions of India and, III 119-20

Renounced by Witworth II 383

Repels outstanding thinkers, III 135

ig-Veda source of sacrificial lamb

of, XIV 397

Roman, succeeded Peter, not Christ,

XIV 124-26

rotten to the core, X 41

sacrificial lamb symbol and, XIV 397

saving principles of, VIII 162

Seers & prophets of, not unique, XIV

271

shams of, VII 156

on soul & purgatory, XIII 340-41

sprang from ancient Masonry, XI 84,

92

state of, today, II 167

theological must die, VIII 207

theology & cruelty to animals, IX

287-88

Theosophical Society saves heathens

From, I 381

Theosophists do not hate, II 362; III

134

theurgy opposed by, III 181

thick mask of, IV 530

on true, XII 41

true, dies with Gnosis, IX 357 fn.

(385 fn.)

two sides to, V 120

is unadulterated Pharisaism, XII 385

Universal Brotherhood and, XIII 188

Universal Principle given personality

By, VII 51

Unsurpassed in cruelty & intolerance,

IV 496-97

Used Bible to uphold slavery, VII 21

Veiled Jesus truths, XIV 257, 305

Versus Christians, III 134

Vicarious atonement of, causes misery,

IV 499

vices of, IX 173, 175, 287-88

views of primitive, on animals, VII 36

views on future, VII 110

womans progress retarded by, IX 172-76

See also Churchianity

Christianos(us):

Occurs only 3 times in New

Testament, VIII 185 fn., 217-18

Tertullian on, VIII 190

Christians of Saint John:

See Mendeans

Christie, Violet:

H.P.B.:

XIV 496 fn. & q

Jinarajadasa on H.P.B. MS., XIV 474,

483 fn.

H.P.B. and Spiritualism:

XIV 475, 487-88 q.

Christ-Kshetraja:

The God-Man, X 255

Christ-Life:

Theosophists and, VIII 165 169

Christ-Man:

is any true aspirant, VIII 183

Christmas:

Customs in older Europe, II 165-66

Date of, how established by Church,

II 163-64

Pagan origin of, II 164; XII 71

Pagan, rites among Bulgarians, II 146-49

Un and, VIII 363 (382 fn.)

Use of fruit on, trees, XII 94 (101)

Christina:

See Krishna

Christolatry:

H.P.B. averse to, IX 207 (229)

True Chrēstos worship preceded, XIV

283

Christos (Gk.):

VIII 189,190-91; XI 494

Adept a full, XIII 32

Admittance to the Brotherhood and,

XIII 76

analyzed & discussed, VIII 175-77

astronomical, & Metonic Cycle, VIII

363 (383)

or Buddhi-Manas, XII 313, 635

cannot be monopolized, VIII 176

Cerinthus on, XIII 55

Chrēstos and, VIII 172 & fn., 175 et

seq., 357 (374); XIV 88 & fn., 122,

282

Christ and, IX 206 (228)

Christ glorified, acc. To Kabalah, XIV

88 fn.

Christolatry and, XIV 283

A condition, X 91

Contains seed of Avatarism, XIV

160 fn.

definition, XI 492

delivered Sophia from ignorance, XIII

40

descended on Jesus, XIII 39

as esoteric Savior, VII 173

in form of dove, XIII 55

glorious state of, VIII 201 fn.

Gnostic, carnalized, VIII 357 (374)

Gnostic, is Illumination, IX 345 fn.

(373 fn.)

Gnostic, is Spirit of Truth, VIII 195

Is Higher Manas plus Buddhi, XIII 55

Higher Self, XII 53, 211

Holy Ghost: and, XIII 25

ideal degraded, IX 207 (229)

an impersonal principle, VII 259; VIII

345 fn.; IX 201 (223), 207 (229), 214

(236)

inner, apotheosis of Mysteries, IX 208

(230)

Labarum and, IX 205 fn. (227 fn.)

as man, illusion, XIII 47

man becomes a, XIII 54

for men not angels, XIII 39

mystic religion of, the Logos

XI 377

of Paul, not Jesus, VIII 176 fn.

Pauls conversion to Gnostic, VIII 366

(386)

the perfect, XIV 160

presence of, VIII 173

the Principle & Jesus, XIII 25

reunion with, VIII 189

Sophia &, inspired Jesus, XIV 160-61

Spirit of, VIII 212 & fn.

Spirit of truth, VIII 191, 195, 282

Suffering and, X 255

synonym of Mahatmic condition, VIII

190

synthesis of 12 body members, XIII 357

(374)

true, VIII 162

Union with Chrēstos, XIII 8, 32

Will reign in 7th race, VIII 361

(379-80)

See also Chrēstos

Christos-Buddha:

Theosophy is, VIII 267

Christos-Messaih:

as Leo, VIII 202

Christo-Pneuma:

In Valentinian system, XIII 16

Christo-Theosophical Society:

Christianity and, XII 131-32

Chromatius, Bishop (?-407? A.D.):

Jeromes writes to, on Matthew, IV

240; XIV 149

sent Jerome to translate Hebrew

Matthew, VIII 214

Biog., VIII 422

Chromosphere of Sun;

Elements and, V 156

Heart & heaf of system beyond, V 157

if removed, universe reduced to ashes,

V 158

Sixth state of matter and, V 161

vital electricity condensed, V 157

I Chronicles:

IX 17, 95

Chronicles and Memorials:

On Saint Patrick legend, VII 33 fn.

Chronolog(ies):

Bible, and Vedas, II 114

Bible, found in Enoch, XIV 80-83

Biblical, a rehash of Chaldean, VII

280

Biblical bias in, V 176-77

Ceylonese & Chino-Tibetan, V 244-45,

249

Ceylonese, & Vijaya, V 247-48

Comparative Theology and, II 111

Ecclesiastical, unjustified, V 250

Hindu, XIV 357-68

Indian, misrepresented, V 176, 244

Jewish, assailed by facts, V 204

Modern, will vanish, II 99

Oneness in ancient, IV 578

Septiform, XIV 200

Uncertainties of Western, V 167-68

Chronos:

One of theree Kosmic principles, XIII

284

Chronoscope:

Nerve-time and, IV 321-24

Neural analysis and, IV 75

Chrysōsai (Gk.):

VII 220 fn.

Chrysostom, Saint John (345?-407):

VII 20, 44

a medium for St. Paul, VII 47

Simon Magus rival of St. Paul says,

XIV 124 fn.

Sunlight veils true Sun, acc to, XIV

221

on woman, XII 269

Homelies. . . on . . . Romans:

on beasts & men, VII 47, 47-48 fn.

De Incomprehensibili Natura

Dei:

on celestial orders, XIV 340

bibliog.., VII 392

Chthona (Gk.):

as Chaos, XIII 284

Church(es):

against secret sciences, VII 251

alleged miracles & violence, III 137

almost every, once a Pagan temple, XI

78

appropriates Masonic rituals, XI 173

(181)

aquinas & innocent IV on, XII 20

atheist is bastard son of, VIII 277

belief in devil and, VIII 20

blind belief of, X 164

Buddhism plagiarized by, I 398 (402)

building of, & the poor, VIII 281

Cagliostro refused to divulge Occult

secrets to, XII 80

Christianity of, condemned, XI 72

Christ-like, impossible today, XII 20

Congress & Spiritualism, III 344-46

a dead body, XII 268

defended slavery, IX 82

dies when dogmas not believed in, IX 44

dogmatism, XII 139

Gnōsis & the, XIII 78

Gnostic at first, VIII 360 (349)

Gnostics persecuted by, XII 215

grandmother, XII 30

great error of, VI 266

Greek colony at first, IX 340

hypnotic suggestion and, VIII 276

ignorant of after-death states, VIII

296

key to truth lost by, IX 71, 86

kills spirit of inquiry, VIII 177

legend of Fall and, VIII 21 et seq.

little Christianity in, II 362

losing its power, IX 72

luxury of, OX 84-85

St. Mary of the Angels, VIII 21 fn.

Miracles at, of Seven Angels, X 25, 27

Missed opportunity of, VIII 279

no truth completely given by, X 18

opposed Manicheans, X 68

original rite of Extreme Unction, XIII

74-75

papers misrepresent Theosophy, XI

401 et seq.

powerless now, VIII 275-76

practical redemption of, IX 84-85

regards former Gods as Demons,

XII 48

Relation of, to early philosophers, XI

71

religious function of, VIII 278

rites & dogmas of Pagan origin, VIII

24; XI 76 et seq.

rites stem from Occultism, I 118

of Santa Maria della Piet, X 28

sap morality, VIII 277

sects and, XIII 188

on Serpent-Satan, XII 270

slanders planets, VIII 296

State & Society, XII 34-36

teaches that man is sinful, XII 46-47

teachings of, opposed to those of

Jesus, VIII 270

Tradition on the elect, XIII 66 fn.

a triple-headed snake, I 394

true religion will cause death of, XU

226 (262)

as un-Christian now as ever, XII 41

uncompromising conservation of, XII

28

Venus or Lucifer and, VIII 5-8, 10-13

Vicar of, in England an F.T.S., II 52

Whited sepulchers, IX 207 (229),

367 fn. (395 fn.)

will have to abandon dogmas, VIII

207

women mistreated by, XII 270, 271

See also Greek Orthodox; Oriental

Church: Protestant; Roman Catholic

Church

Church Chronicle:

on Theosophists, XI 81

Church Council(s):

VII 366

Antioch, on Christs Divinity, XIV

144

Burnoufs views on, X 67, 113

condemned Christian Astrolatry, XIV

319

conflict over consubstantiality &

Trinity, XIV 144-46

Constantinople, & Eutyches, XIV 145

create God in their own image, XIV

146

First Capitulum on 2 susbstances, VII

28-29 & fn.

Milan, reaffirms Arianism, XIV

144-45

de Mirville and, VII 29

Nicaea, & Arius, XIV 144

Saragossa, on Holy Trinity, XIV 145

Sirmium & Ancyra decrees, XIV 319

Church Fathers:

accepted reincarnation, XI 58

adopted pagan angelology, XIV 340

borrowed Egyptian gods, XIV 319

Destroyed Kabbalistic & Gnostic

Documents, VIII 215-16

Destroyed Porphyrys treatises, XIV

313

earliest, wrote in Greek, IX 340

evidence of, not reliable, VIII 188

as executioners of Heresies, XI 242 (278)

initiated, silent on pagan influence,

IX 274

Kill each other at Councils, IX 366 fn.

(394 fn.)

repeat Zoroastrian ruse regarding

Daimonia, VI 187

testimony about Jeus and, IX 204

(226)

used Pagan secret cycles, XIV 353

Church of England:

Sermon on the Mount and, XII

316-17

The Church Reformer:

XI 374-75, 401, 411

Churchianity:

deadliest enemy of Christ's ethics, XII

268

definitions, X 164, 243

degraded women, XII 269-70

has no spiritual ideal, VIII 296

hypocritical, VIII 297

Theosophy has no sympathy for, XII

28

Churchill, C. (1731-1764):

verse on truth, X 124

Churingham, Pagoda of:

number seven and, II 410

Churning of Ocean:

War in Heaven and, X 371-72

Chwohlsohn, D.A.:

See Chwol'son, D.A.

Chwol'son, D.A. (1819-1911):

Nabathean Agriculture:

VII 232 fn.; XIV 65 fn.

on evoking Wisdom of Pitris, XII

204

information on, VIII 22-23 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 422-23

Cicero, Marcus T. (106-43 B.C.):

VII 194; XIV 257, 349 fn., 351

on Babylonian chronology, XIII

274

believed in augurs, apparitions etc., I

232

on contemplation of celestial things,

VI 347

divinum quiddam of, I 229

on magi, II 33

on Pherecydes, XIII 238, 284-85

on philosophy, VII 36

De divinatione:

on Babylonian antiquities, XIII 274

on foreseeing, XI 356

De legibus:

on degradation of Mysteries, XI

91

on initiation, VII 122, 132-33

on religious observances, XI 193

De natura deorum:

VIII 19

on Eleusis, XI 86

& link between Daimons & men, VI

209

- De Officiis:

on virtues of Initiates, XIV 251

Oratio pro Flacco:

on Jews, XI 38

Tusculan Disputations [tr.]:

on divine beings, VII 31-32 fn.; XII

133

Tusculanea Disputaciones:

affirmed yoga-powers, II 93 fn.

bibliog., VI 431; XII 727

Cienkowsky, L.:

Beitrge zur Kentniss der

Monaden:

on experiments with amoebas, XII

141-42

Cincinnati Enquirer:

II 509

Cipher:

symbol of absolute Deity, XII 77 fn.

Circle(s):

Boundary of abstract cross, XIII

31 fn.

as Brahma, X 385

Cabalists show Aeons with, XIII 353

concentric, symbolize 7 Hierarchies,

XII 567-68

cross within, III 316

"dance" of the planets, XIV 316

Deity in hieroglyphic, XIV 207 fn.

double triangle within, III 316-19

Elōhim & the celestial, XIV 208 fn.

emanates light, VIII 144

habitat of Deity, XIV 62, 186

luminous, story, I 177 et seq.

magnetic, & will power, I 352-53

meaning of, and point, X 241-42, 385

meaning of circumference, XIII 16,

31 fn.

pi value and, X 399; XIV 208 fn.

point in, as Unmanifested Logos, XII

564

Primordial, XIV 208 fn.

represents Endless Eternity, III 317

Sephirōth and, X 398; XIV 98

Seven Heavenly, XIV 314

squaring of, XIV 208 fn.

symbol of Unmanifested, XIV 113 fn.

triangle & quaternary, XI 506 (529)

within Plērōma, XIII 16

City:

as symbol of public cult, XI 89

symbolism of building a, XI 235

(272); XIII 100 fn.

Civil and Military Gazette:

II 32; III 441

depicted H.P.B. & Olcott as penniless

adventurers, III 78-80

a sewer for literary garbage, III 78

upholds reality of phenomena, IV

28-30

Civilization(s):

ancient and modern practices of, XII

278

ancient, earlier than believed, V 168

barbarism &, relative terms, XII 278

barbarous, XIII 189

buried on ocean bottoms, VII 66

Burke on, XIII 186

on Christian, VIII 274-75; XI 10-11,

108; XII 41, 266-67, 278, 394

crime has not abated in, XIII 188

despotism and, X 86

destruction of records of, V 166

dooms starving masses, XII 311

engrafted fashions of, XIII 180-85

evils of, XI 193-94

first, of 5th race & Shamo, V 165

grow & die like continents, II 336-37

higher, where there are no "poor," XI

105

hypocrisy of, XIII 185-90

keynotes of modern, X 100

leprosy of materialistic, XIII 179

man and, XII 34, 239-40, 393-94

mankind distorted by false light of,

VII 308

may sink into a sea of horror, XI 202

modern, profligate impostor, XI 200

moral condition of, XII 239-40, 393

most ancient, in "Salt Valley," V 165

occur in cycles, II 310

as progress, VIII 63 (85); XII 266

progress of science and, XII 41, 239,

241 fn.

proofs of cyclic law of, V 169

psychological relics of ancient, XIII

350

rotten, & its historians, X 98

selfishness of, X 81

a slave to things & self, XII 311

so-called blessings of, XIII 182

society & the plebs, IV 71-72

a spiritual desert, VIII 139

strata of, at Troy, etc., V 168-69

Western, as heir to Eastern, XI 338

Clairaudience:

abnormal seership and, XII 372

sometimes inborn, IV 298

Clairvoyance:

absurd information through, I 92-93

case of induced, VI 372-81

common faculty in future, XIV

356 fn.

crystals and, IV 180-81

developed through "dreaming," X 263

divine, in Mysteries, XIV 123

elementals limit, IX 110

fake, II 200-01

genuine, very rare, VI 181-82

how projected in sleep, XII 328

hypnotism differs from, IX 252

magic mirrors and, IV 356

mediumship and, XII 372

Moon is source of ordinary, XIV

142-43

natural, of Tyndall, XII 32

needed for true astrologer, VI 230

not reliable, III 472

ordinary & trained, III 248

Pineal Gland and, XII 616-18, 698

psychic, & solar plexus, XII 701

sometimes inborn, IV 298

soulless elementals and, VI 386

Spiritual, derived from Sun, XIV

142-43

Yogis and, II 81

Clairvoyant(s):

on aura of man before & after sleep,

X 257

Catholic confession and, IV 390

early humanity made up of, X 339

few, know whole truth, IX 110

rare, can read aura accurately, XII 565

reason for self-deception of, X 361

see personified thoughts in aura, X

225

sound and, X 338-39

trained, & materialization s, I 267

Clartie, Jules (1840-1913):

brochure on Women's Rights

addressed to, II 512-14

Clarke, E.D. (1769-1822):

Travels . . . :

on ancient initiation site, VIII

191-92 fn.

on sepulchral inscription, VIII 195,

229-30

bio-bibliog., VIII 423

Clarke, Hyde (1815-1895):

bio-bibliog., XIII 378

Clarke, W.H.:

a Daily Graphic reporter, I 64

at the Holmeses, I 64

Classes:

result of contempt by higher, for

lower, XI 11

Russian, & castes, II 355-56

in society & materialism, III 104

Classics:

authenticity of, VII 121

believed in astral body, VII 227

Clausius, R.J.E. (1822-1888):

on sun, II 483

biog., II 525

Clavigero, EJ. (1721-1787):

on Teotihuacn, II 320

bio-bibliog., II 525

Cleather, Alice L. (1854-1938):

on Besant & Mead's editing of S.D.

III, XIV xxxviii

Notes on H.P.B.'s Inner Group, XIV

xxvi

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

on Transactions of Blavatsky Lodge,

X 299

bio-bibliog., XIV 518-21

Clemens Alexandrinus:

See Clement of Alexandria

Clemens, Samuel (1835-1910):

The Innocents Abroad:

III 81

Clement I, Pope (?-97 A.D.):

or Clemens Romanus, VIII 221

and Pseudo-Clementine lit., VIII

221-22

Clement of Alexandria (150?-220?):

VII 198; XIV 43, 44, 323

accepted Enoch as revelation, XIV

82-83

allegories of Bible and, XIl 342

Ammonius influenced, XIV 13, 308

on Basilides, VIII 213

Christian Neo-Platonist, XIV 11 fn.,

306, 323 fn.

Eleusinian Initiate on Bible, XIV 36

on Gnostics & Basilides, XIV 162

Hermetic Books praised by, XIII 231

& fn., 232, 236

on identity of Greek & Jewish

Mysteries, XIV 36

an Initiate, VIII 188; XIV 43, 46,

274-75

knew secret of heliocentric system,

XIV 323, 330, 332

knew unity of Platonic & Oriental

systems, XIV 16, 306

on Mysteries, XIV 37, 46, 162, 256,

274, 320

on nature of woman, XII 269

Pagan at heart, XI 73

planetary candelabrum of, XIV 320,

323

on power of Jehovah's name, XIII

239 fn.

on seven stars & the Sun, XIV 320

on Simon Magus, XII 571

wrote about Alchemy, XIV 298

Discourse to the Gentiles:

on stoicbeias, VII 238-39

Pedagogus:

on emblem of Jesus, XIV 154

Stromateis:

XIV 330 q.

on chrēstians, VIII 175 fn., 188, 217,

223-24

on dual origin of magic, XIII 236

on Er, son of Armenius, III 451

on Jewish scriptures' restoration, XIV

178

on Jewish worship, VII 238 & fn.

library of Osymandyas and, XIII 232

on Masters of learned men, XIII

235-36

on miracles of Greek philosophers,

XIII 237

on Mysteries, XI 87; XIV 36-38, 46,

69, 406 fn.

on Nazaratus, III 451 fn.

on other sects, XIV 88

on preceptors of Biblical Patriarchs,

XIII 236

on Sacred Books of the Egyptians,

XIII 79, 231 fn.

on secret books of Zoroaster, IV 533

bibliog., IV 640; VIII 423; XI 570

Clement VII, Pope (1478-1534):

Giulio de' Medici became, X 22 & fn.

Clement XI, Pope (1649-1721):

tries to rid Church of Sabianism, X

25

Clement XIV, Pope (1705-1774):

Jesuits and, IX 300, 311-13

biog., IX 311-12

Clementine Homilies:

See Ebion

Clementine Literature:

on Simon Magus, VIII 221-22; XII

572-73

Clementine Recognitions:

VIII 221-22

on anointing with oil, VIII 196

Cleopatra (69-30 B.C.):

XIV 351

Clergy:

builds paradoxical dogmas, XIV 146

concocted human mysteries, XIV 160

crafty & ambitious in every age, XIV

63, 139, 250

crimes of Western, III 386

degraded ideals & Divine Beings, XIV

63, 130, 139, 159-60, 162-63

demands blind faith, VIII 177

dogmas of, curse of humanity, XIV

117 & fn.

envy & jealousy of, XIV 115, 123-24

in India untruthful, II 378; III 439

opposed anti-slavery movement, VII

21

revile scriptures of other religions, II 49

social drones & parasites, X 75, 121

some, are Theosophists, II 52

some, dishonest, XIV 121, 129 fn.,

149 fn., 250

tried to wipe out memory of

Apollonius, XIV 128-29, 131-33

ungodly crowd, X 91

unworthy, in America, II 379-80

Clericalism:

deathly shadows of, VIII 61 (83)

Clerk-Maxwell, James (1831-1879):

retinal effect of color and, XII 569

Clifford, W.K. (1845-1879):

VIII 338

sublimated materialism of, IX 13

bio-bibliog., VIII 423-24

Climacteric:

age and, VIII 400

Climate:

altered by man, XIII 181

Clinton, H.F. (1781-1852):

gives year of Nativity, VII 280

bio-bibliog., VII 365

Clovis, King (466?-511):

Frederick III and, IX 318-19

biog., IX 409-10

Coates, John (1906-1979):

Wrzburg MS. given de Zirkoff by,

XIV 457

Coati Island (Peru):

ruins on, II 318

Cobb, John Storer:

I 420; VII 149 & fn.

brings H.P.B.'s Masonic Patent, I 311

biog., I 449; VII 365-66

Cobija (Bolivia):

secret Inca tunnel runs through, II

340-41

Cobra:

antidote by Dr. Richards, IV 32

as house-guardian in India, VI 169-70

Island of Jewels on hood of, XIII 159

thousand-headed, XIII 159

Cocker, B.F. (1821-83):

Christianity and Greek

Philosophy:

VI 203

bibliog., VI 431

Cocoanut-Tree:

planted by Olcott at Tinnevelly, VI 61

Code(s):

Brahmanic secret, V 208

civil, of Gautama ishi, V 33 (61)

eighteen, written by ishis, VI 41

forty-seven, written only 20 remain, V

32 (61)

hieratic, in Egypt, V 296

list of, at Mysore, V 33-34 (62)

of Paraara, V 32 (61)

twenty remaining, of Law, VI 232

See also Laws of Manu

Codex Alexandrinus:

C.G. Woide's NT based on, XIII 2

Codex Askewianus:

acquisition of, XIII 2

British Museum designation for Pistis-

Sophia, XIII 1

Codex Nazaraeus:

on birth of Adam-Kadmon, III 188 fn.

emanations in, III 322

on formation of creatures & planet,

VI 191-92 fn.

Pthahil of, XIII 43

bio-bibliog., XIV 521

bibliog., III 501; VI 431

See also Liber Adami

Codices:

of New Testament & word Christian,

VIII 218

Cognition:

Absolute consciousness incapable of,

IV 52

Cohesion:

control over, VI 124, 126

Jiva and, V 112-13

one of 7 Sons of Fohat, XII 620

Coins:

ancient Indian, given to H.P.B., II 348

Colby, Luther (1814-1894):

I 413

edited Banner of Light, I 139

foolish about magic, I 135-40

H.P.B. praises, III 347

Colebrooke, H.T. (1765-1837):

II 104; V 30 fn. (58 fn.)

Rer-, tr. of Upanishads criticized, VI

83 (92)

on ankara's date, V 185, 187, 190

on source of Plato's teachings, XIV

16

Essai sur la philosophie des

Hindous:

Pauthier on India in, VII 91 fn.

Essays on the Religion and

Philosophy of the Hindus [tr.]:

on Agni, II 144-45

Sankhya Karika:

commentary lists Kumaras, XIV

329 fn.

- "On the Sacred Writings of the

Hindus":

Vedic cycle in Jyotisha, XIV 359

bibliog., II 525

Coleman, Charles:

The Mythology of the Hindus:

corroborates H.P.B.'s Sanskrit, I 241

bibliog., I 449

Coleman, W. Emmette (1843-?):

I 238; XI 298

abuses H.P.B., I 318

dishonest dealings of, I 322

invites controversy, I 321-22

bio-bibliog., I 449-50

Colenso (pseud.):

"Koothoomi Dethroned":

XI 378, 387-88, 390

Coleridge, Samuel T. (1772-1834):

XI 226 (262)

on acorns & men, III 298-99

on astrology as a science, XIV 320 fn.

edited The Watchman, IV 88

on faith, X 160

on good works, VIII 161

on Prometheus, IX 264

on reverence, II 44

on Shakespeare, VIII 13

Fears in Solitude:

VIII 337 q.

Kubla Khan:

result of a dream, III 431

bibliog., III 501; IV 640

Collective Individuality:

pilgrim must accept only truth of, XI

212-13 & fn. (248 & fn.)

Collective Life:

happier than individual life, XIV 432

Colleges:

for neophytes of secret science, I 103

Collett, Miss:

on Brahmo Samaj, I 381-82

Collier, Jeremy (1650-1726):

VI 362

on materialism, VIII 336

bio-bibliog., VIII 424

Collins (1871-?):

boy-medium, III 98, 101

Collins, Mabel (pseud.) (1851-1927):

H.P.B. &, editors of Lucifer, VIII 3

meets H.P.B., XI 284-85

sides with Coues vs. H.P.B., XI 310

The Blossom and the Fruit:

Fleta and, XI 301

on writing of, VIII 91-93

Idyll of the White Lotus:

XI 318

authorship of, XI 285, 286, 316, 323,

325-26, 328

Subba Row on the Brotherhood &

seven rays, XIII 73

Light on the Path:

VI 331; XIII 62 fn.

on authorship of, XI 284-86, 313-28

from same School as S.D., X 235

Hilarion dictated part of, III 211-12;

XI 320

not for materialist, IX 33, 252

priceless treatise, XI 286, 310

published in March of 1885, VI xli

on self-righteousness, XII 510

Through the Gates of Gold:

XI 328

on Creation, XIV 243 fn.

rather weak & inferior work, XI 286,

318

bio-bibliog., VIII 424-34

Collies, Mortimer (1827-1876):

bio-bibliog., VIII 424-25

Collies, Wilkie (1824-1889):

on moral influences, VI 342

bio-bibliog., VI 431

Colloids:

as complex substances, IX 73

Cologne Gazette:

on Turkish barbarities, I 256

Colonial Gazette:

II 40

Color(s):

blindness & deafness, XII 90

blindness & vibrations of, X 267

concentric circles of, symbolize

Hierarchies, XII 567-68

direct emanations from 7 Hierarchies,

XII 549

evil entities can assume a good, IX

400S

of Evil one, VII 57

Gautier and, VII 58

geometrical figures & Principles, XII

563-64

hearing of, VII 57, 58, 63-65, 66-68

inaudible sound, as perceptible, XII

620-21

languages and, VII 64

mental correlations and, VII 66

musical instruments and, VII 64

of 7 principles, XII 529, 548-49 fn.,

562, 564-68, 614

psychic sensitivity to, VII 57

relation to Root-Races & Earth Chain,

VI 14

roots of, & Sound, XII 568

ruling planets of Borsippa Temple

and, II 410

sacred, or prismatic hues, IX 157

sense of, in ants, VII 72-73

senses and XII 686

sound & Adepts, X 266

sound &, form & elementals, IX 240

Sound & Number, X 406; XII 519, 535

-sound phenomena, VII 61-67

sounds &, reveal lower gods & spirits,

XII 560

symbology of, XI 213 fn. (249 fn.)

visible, are not true, XII 569

vowels and, VII 63

See also Esoteric Section Diagrams

Colosseum:

cp. to modern Society, X 204

repaired state of, XIII 183

Colossians:

XII 625 fn.

on lies, XI 401

Colossus of Rhodes:

sorry fate of, XI 360 et seq.

Colton:

VIII 138 q.

Colville, W.J. (1859-1917):

medium, I 277

Combinations:

algebraic, III 406

principles and, 111407

Comet(s):

essence of, V 147-48

planets were once, X 402

sun will become a, X 382

tail of, & sun, VIII 311

Comfort:

misery &, have same source, VIII 167

Commentary of the Sephiroth:

part of Chaldean Kabala, III 456

Commination Service:

curses & vice learned in, X 202-04

Commodus, Emperor (161-192 A.D.):

debauchery of today and, XIII 187

killed a postulant of Mysteries, XIV

279

Communication(s):

apparitions, & bhutas, VI 102

contradictions in, of mediums, V 23

(51)

of man with celestial & dark powers,

II 96

manifestations by earthbound spirits

and, VI 106

mediumistic & divine, VII 237

as mental articulation, VII 68

origin & value of, tested by its justice,

VI 144

with simulacra, discourage, VI 329

with spirits, III 211, 392 et seq.; V 18 (47)

through chela's magnetism, VI 286

various sources of mediumistic, VI

225-26

voluntary, impossible for Spirit, IV 52

Compassion:

of Adepts, XIV 386-87

of Buddha, XIV 398-99

foremost virtue in Theosophy, XIII 97

Law of Laws, XII 114

Path of, means helping even evil ones,

XII 587-88

true, must be shown by action, XI

469

Compensation, Law of:

definition, I 200

Complices:

relics of Atlanteans, V 222

Compton, Elizabeth J. (1829-?):

an electric battery, I 137

transfiguration of, I 339

Comte, Auguste (1798-1857):

artificial fecundation and, III 329

godless Roman Catholicism of, XIII

96 & fn.

Littr and, III 255

Mariolatry in philosophy of, XIII 92

on rebuilding truth, XIII 313

"woman of the future" of, XII 253

Catechisme Positiviste . . .:

on artificial fecundation, XII 253-54

paradoxical, II 58 (64)

bibliog., II 526; XII 730

Conceit:

vanity and, XI 197-98, 201

Concentration:

correct type of, XII 603-04

meditation and, XII 603-04, 702-03

psycho-physiological effects, III 328

with light of inner divine man, XII

603-04

See also Contemplation; Meditation

Conception:

moment of, & human light, I 284-85

See also Abortion; Foetus

Condemnation:

Buddhist precept on, X 196

in Church, X 202-03

inbred in all people, X 202

as moral murder, X 204-05

an obstacle to Path of higher life, X

197-98

Theosophical vow against, X 197

Conditions:

required to reach a higher state, XI

122 (135)

Confessional:

early law about, IV 57

Confucius (K'ung Fu-tzu)

(ca. 551-478 B.C.):

compared to Christ & Buddha, I

108-09

divine inspiration not claimed by, IV

106

Golden Rule and, IV 414; XIV 256

Great Extreme of, not explained by,

XIV 34

on "spirits," II 178

Praise of the Abyss:

III 423

bibliog., III 501

Conjeeveram (Kacipuram):

inscriptions at, V 197

Conjunction:

of planets, III 197-98

Conjuring:

by jugglers & fakirs, XII 321-24

real mesmerism and, XII 326

Conscience:

definition, X 249

inner divine essence and, II 160

as supreme guide, XI 122 (135)

Theosophical Society a Republic of,

III 226

true tabernacle of man, II 388

Voice of, X 255

Conscious Existence:

Esoteric Philosophy will prove, VIII 124

 

 

Consciousness:

Adepts exercise full spiritual, IV 594

Adeptship requires change of, IV 342

after death, IV 592; VI 109, 328, 363

in Amoebas, XII 141-42, 145

atom endowed with its own, X 322

brain-, a reflection, VIII 96

brain and, XIII 289

brain not only organ, works through,

XII 414

of Buddha a Jivanmukta, XIV 387

causal, XIV 379, 387

of cells & man, X 364

definition, III 436 fn.

degrees of, at beginning of

manifestation, X 360

degrees of Initiation and, XIII 60

Devachanee and, V 77

discovery of universal, near, XII 135,

138-41

disembodied, a cause not effect, XIV

387