Volume XV

 

D index

 

Dabistan:

on Sankara's date, V 180

Dactyls:

Phrygian, & magic, II 274

Phrygian priests & magnetic healers,

XII 214

Daemon:

See Daimon(es)

Daemon est Deus Inversus:

XII 603

as expression of duality, I 200

Daēvas (or devils):

of Christ & Mikael, XIV 323

Devas transformed into, XIV 322

Dag (or Dagōn):

as Fish-Man or perfect wisdom, III

189 & fn.; VIII 174 fn.

meaning, XIV 153

Messiah designated, XIV 153

Messianic cycle and, VIII 174 fn.

why Jesus' emblem, XIV 154

worship, XIV 192-93

Daghdai (Dagh-dae; Day-dae):

Holy Wisdom or Divine Fish, III

188 fn., 465

Dagobas:

or Buddhist shrines held cross, XIV 152

Daij-Dzins:

dangers of the, VI 386

great "spirits" or elementals, VI 373 ff.

soulless, elementals can give

clairvoyance, VI 386

Daily Chronicle:

on stone-throwings, II 448

Daily Graphic:

I 1, 2, 32, 44, 64, 68, 80, 81

Daily Life:

a Master's words on, VII 146-48 fn.,

169-71, 173-75

Daily News:

on atrocities under British flag, II

407-08

Daily Telegraph:

on desecration of Sunday, IX

66, 68

on stone-throwings, II 448

on wealth of Jesuits, IX 305

Daily Times:

I 425

Damon(es) (Gk.):

Abraxas of Basilides cp., XIII 29

Barbēlō and, XIII 24

Church distorted, into demons, XIV

307 fn., 315, 322

Cosmic Deities and, XIIl 29

Di Manes of Romans and, VII 97 fn.

Elemental Spirits, VI 193

Gabriel the Eagle-like, XIII 23

govern world, XIV 307, 315, 348 fn.

as guardian angel, II 7 (18)

of Paul, XIV 348 fn.

prisprit after death is a, I 362 (366)

seven ruling, XIII 23

as seventh Principle, XIV 307 & fn.

of Socrates, 1 229; III 272, 278-79;

VII 88; IX 199 (221)

Socrates' death and, XIV 35 fn.

soul as, I 294

is Spirit, not demon, XIV 165 fn., 307

& fn., 322-23

theurgy and, VII 121

See also Angel(s); Deva(s)

Daimonia (Gk.):

called devils by Zoroastrians &

Church Fathers, VI 187

connecting link between gods & men,

VI 209

divine Egos of man, VI 187

three classes of, VI 187

Damonion-photi:

spiritual illumination, II 92

Daityas (Sk.):

meaning of struggle between, &

Devas, VI 244

race of giants & demons, XII 172 (182)

Daivprakriti (Sk.):

definition, X 334

Light of the Logos, XIV 187 fn.

Daji Raja Chandra Singhjee (?-1185):

biog., IV 641

Dakini (Sk.):

lower elementals, VI 169

Dakoits:

rebel against British, II 294, 296

Daksha (Sk.):

peopled the Earth, XIV 286

Dalai Lama(s):

Avalokitevara incarnate, IV 18

better known than Teshu Lamas, XIV

427 fn.

Buddha and, III 179

called Sha-ru, III 188 fn.

Della Penna on, VI 110

divination at selection of new, III

189 fn.

honors Dhyani-Buddhas, XIV 337

Lamaic Hierarchy and, III 185

on mystery of, reincarnations, II

471-72

origin of, IV 12 & fn.

relation of, to Vyasa, IV 100

relation to Teshu Lamas, XIV

427-28 fn.

secret libraries of, III 398; VI 95

titles of, III 178

Tsong-kha-pa and, XIV 427-28

See also Nabang-Lob-Sang; Gyatsho,

Tenzin

Dal-jor [Tib. Dal-'byor]:

human rebirth, VI 112

Dall, Rev. C.H.A.:

on Theosophy, V 351-53

Dalton, Col. E.T (1815-1880):

Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal:

on aboriginal burial methods, V 104

bibliog., V 373

Dalton, John (1766-1844):

Atomic Theory and, X 307

vindicated Democritus, XIV 352

bio-bibliog., XIV 523-24

Damascius (480?-?):

on cosmocratores, XIV 322

- Primitive Principles:

on Magi's First Cause, XIV 202

Damascus Oracle:

Dervish magician uses, I 181-86

Damiani, G.:

on alleged Spirit of Nana Sahib, I 337

Damien, Father (1840-1889):

greatest ideal for followers of

Wisdom-Religion, XII 112-13

noble predecessor of Sister Rose, XIl

112 & fn., 114

a true Theosophist, XII 112-13

Damis (fl. 1st C.):

narrative of Apollonius and,

XIV 128, 132

traveled with Apollonius, XIV 133

Dam-ngag [Tib. gDam-ngagl:

fifth, of Tsong-kha-pa on sacred

truth, VI 99-100

Damodar K. Mavalankar:

See Mavalankar, Damodar K.

Dan:

tribe of, & word Jordan, XI 495-96

Dana, Charles A. (1819-1897):

misrepresents H.P.B., XI 368-69

Dance:

ancient, of Bacchantes cp. to

ballroom, XII 278

Circle, cp. to David's, XIV 316 & fn.

circle, of modern priestesses of

Terpsichore, XII 278

Rasa Mandala, XIV 316 & fn.

as religious practice, III 204-06

Sabaean worship as, XIV 316

Dand [Sk. Dana]:

definition, II 119

Dandin:

query of, and, IX 37

Danevsky:

on Russia & England, III 76

Dang-ma [Tib. Dwans-ma]:

absolutely purified soul, VI 112

Arhat can become, XIV 408

meaning, XIV 408 fn., 411

a Seer, X 336-38

Daniel:

as a Rabbi, XIII 279

chief Babylonian astrologer, XIII 279

Chief or Guru of Magi, III 456 fn.;

XIII 100 fn.; XIV 350

existence of, doubted, III 454

an Initiate, XIV 138 fn., 350

as interpreter, VIII 180

knew Occult Astronomy, XIV 138

& fn., 350

predicted cutting off of the Mshiac,

XIV 138

term Jahve and, XII 313

Daniel:

VIII 289

on moving finger's writings, VII

107-08 fn.

original in Hebrew-Aramaic, XIV 180

Dan-Scorpio:

as death-life symbol, XIV 151

Danse Macabre:

performed throughout Life, XII 75-76

Dante Alighieri (1265-1321):

La Divina Commedia-Inferno:

inscription on portal to Inferno, IX

261

new Johannine Apocalypse, XIV 45

Occult Revelation of, XIV 45-46

Darazi, al-(d. 1019):

pupil of H'amza, III 178

Darbhagiri Nath:

See Bawaji

Darboy, Bishop Georges (1813-1871):

Jesuits and, IX 300

Dardanus (Baluchistan):

teraphim and, VII 232 fn.

Darius Hystaspis (550?-486 B.C.):

Gushtasp and, IV 525 fn.

hierophant of Magianism, III 452, 467

Zoroaster not contemporary with, III

454, 466

Darkness:

as Absoluteness, X 368

assumes aspect of "Chaos," XIV 241

contrasted with Light, X 368

definitions, X 350-51; XI 486-87

is eternal Light, XIV 241

immovable, X 378

Kabalistic sense, III 314

Light &, as metaphors, X 337, 368

radiates Light, X 350, 368

ray of Ever-, X 350

Spirit and, X 406

universal Deity is, X 376

as Unknown Principle, X 331

Winter Solstice and, II 164

Darmesteter, James (1849-1894):

on Magha, IV 514 fn.

Magism summed up by, XIII 125

on Parsis allegory, XIII 125

on seven worlds in Avesta, IV 524-25

Vendidad:

on myth of Tahmurath, XIII 125 q.

Darana(s) (Sk.):

definition, IV 53 fn.

schools of Indian philosophy, XII

343 fn.

Darwin, Charles (1809-1882):

II 158, 187

biology of, XII 219

materialized modern physiology, XII

352

pessimism and, VIII 113

on simple form, VIII 120

- On the Origin of Species:

H.P.B. and, I 2

bibliog., I 454-55

Darwin, Erasmus (1731-1802):

Zoonomia:

definition of idea in, XII 352 fn.

bio-bibliog., XII 736

Darwinism:

ancient philosophers and, VI 204

"aping" of Europe through,

XIII 180

atavism and, II 150

Epoch of, XIII 209, 212

Esoteric Buddhism: and, X 186-87

fatally chains thought within matter,

XIII 95

knell of, XII 316 & fn., 317

Moneron and, XIII 212

natural selection and, X 388

needs an intermediate type, XIII 143

on primeval man, XIII 59, 212

sycophants of, XIII 143, 150, 155

Theosophy and, X 187 & fn., 188

See also Evolution; Natural Selection

Dasht-Beyad (Persia):

site of most ancient civilization, V

165, 267

Dasturs:

interpret allegorically their scriptures,

XIII 125 fn.

Mobeds and, I V 516 fn.

Dasyus (Sk.):

Indra and, V 219

seances & astral, I 336

Dattatreya:

II 464

immaculately conceived, VI 262

two meaningsof, II 160

Davenports:

as mediums, III 15

David, King (fl. 960 B.C.):

assassin & adulterer, III 27; IX

363 fn. (391 fn.)

a Cabalist, I III

introduced Jehovah worship, XIV

316-17

mistress and, III 249

mystic dance and, III 204

Psalms of, XIV 134

sacred hexagon of, XIV 103

teraphim of, VII 230 fn.

David Rafon, Rabbi:

of Corfu, XI 30

Davids, T.W. Rhys (1843-1922):

Buddhist teacher of, joined T.S., III

398

Davidson, A.B. (1831-1902):

VI 152

Davidson, Peter:

Col. Fraser's work and, VI 6

tale of, about the Brothers, I 162

testing a "spirit," IV 175

Davis, A.J. (1826-1910):

"Diakka" and, I 117, 269

Patanjali cp. to, II 108

- Death and the After-Life:

on spiritual body & withdrawal from

cadaver, II 171-72 & fn.

The Stellar Congress:

"Galen" on other solar systems, II

176 fn.

Stellar Key to the Summer Land:

on location of "Summer Land," II

176

bio-bibliog., I 455-59

bibliog., II 526

Davis, Edwin H. (1811-1888):

Missouri mounds and, II 314

Davis, F.H.:

Jacob of Simla and, IV 344 fn.

Davy, Sir H. (1778-1829):

faith cures and, IV 384 fn.

liquefies chlorine, IV 215

bio-bibliog., IV 641

Dax, Marc (1771-1837):

IV 314

biog., IV 642

Day(s):

division of, in 4 parts, XII 535-36

forty-nine, & fires, VIII 115 fn.

one can "color" a, with beauty, IX 3, 5

Day-Be-With-Us:

Egyptian mysteries on, XIII 32

Great, XIII 32

meaning of, X 405

Dayananda Sarasvati (1825-1888):

II 52, 75, 121, 198, 209, 450, 509; III

332; IV 475, 477

answer to critics pamphlet, I 409

The Arya misrepresents, IV 269-72,

512-13

Arya Samaj leader, II 99

autobiography of, praised, II 198

books advertised, V 119

British stop, from speaking, II 262

character of, I 382-83

contradicts himself, IV 126

converted idolatrous Indians, II 78

debated Rev. Gray, II 258

denies possibility of phenomena, IV 126

forsaw his death, VI 51

Founders of T.S. denounced by, IV

93-94

Founders staunchly support, III 305

manifesto of Guru Pathak's students

against, III 331

missionaries and, II 258, 302

notes on autobiography of, II 117-22

obituary & tribute to, VI 48-52

reason for T.S. break with, IV 93-95

rejects divine revelation, II 200

resigned from T.S., IV 270

respected by Buddhist High Priest, II

139-40

Sayana errs on Vedas, II 113

source material on, & T.S., VI 52-53

spent seven years in jungle, II 204

(207)

Vedas interpreted by, II 111-13; IV 67

on Vedas not being studied for 5000

years, II 112

Vedic Section of T.S. Chief, II 73

Yoga training of, II 75-76, 204 (207)

- Veda Bhashya:

III 305

on age of Vedas, II 113

on Agni, II 34-35

on Diksha & higher powers, II 93

on hiranya, II 285 fn.

Pandit Nyayaratna scoffs at, II 34

bibliog., II 526; III 502

Deacons:

Dodecad of the Plērōma, XIII 28

or twelve Servants, XIII 13, 22

Dead:

Festival of the, XIV 99

"images" of, & elementals, X 222

raising of the, XIV 253 & fn.

worship of, to be stopped by T.S., IX

244

Deafness:

related to color blindness, XII 90

Dean, Richard (1727?-1778):

An Essay on the Future Life of

Brutes:

VII 39 fn.

on animal soul, VII 39, 40 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 366

Death:

accidental, VI 348 fn.

Adept has 3 Paths after, XIV 53-54,

377

Adept is indifferent to, VI 245-46

after-, apparitions and, III 173-74,

282-83

after-, determined by life-aspirations

& beliefs, VIII 402-03

after-, states, IV 120-21, 188-89, 250

et seq.; VI 97-112

after-, states ace. to Bhagavad Gita,

X 396

after-, states and sentient life, III 295

after-, states become world of causes,

IV 247

after-, states experienced fully by

occultists, IX 171-72

apparitions at or after, IV 246; V 283;

VI 138; X 220

astral Ego after, IV 247

astral soul projected at, III 282 et seq.

avoidance, of depends on will, I 299,

364 (368)

belief in annihilation and, I 364 (368)

bliss after, not Hell, VIII 299

cause of spiritual, VI 222

Christian & Jewish approach to, XII

73

cremation 12 hours after, IV 508 fn.

desires & thoughts take shape after, II

397-98

dissociation of principles at, III

414-15; IV 548 et seq.; VI 109

duration soul remains in earth

atmosphere, VI 102

by evil-eye, X 225

fear of, by Christians, I 115

fear of, & Theosophy, XII 70

Fichte on spiritualism & life beyond,

II 154-55

forecast of, seen in crystal, I 157-59

funeral ceremonies and, IV 505 et

seq.

has no terrors, VI 352-53

Hierophant's, & passing on the Word,

IV 100

immortality and, XII 625

Initiation and, VI 245

initiation is a temporary, IV 265

intense thought at, III 424 et seq.

Kama and, III 397

Kamarupa acts automatically after, IV

449

karma & judgment, XIII 75

on Katkov's, XIII 359-61

Krishna on states after, X 396

last thought at, XIII 74-75

Lvi on, & Satan, III 292 et seq.

is Life, VIII 124, 240

life after, created by man himself, XI

304

life-atoms and, IV 559-60

made too much fuss over, VI 353

mayavi-rupa and, X 220

mysterious, of assassins, I 172-73

no punishment after, VII 180 fn.

no sure sign of physical, IV 247

overcoming, VI 246

panoramic vision at, XI 446 et seq.

St. Paul on, XII 625

peregrinations after, XIII 159

prisprit after physical, I 364 (368)

permanency of personality beyond,

rare, IV 253-54

planetary spheres and, VII 113

powerless to separate those bound by

spiritual love, V 79-80

prevision of, IV 292; VI 345-46

prevision of, Occult causes, VI 348-49

real freedom of Ego after, X 325

real, is limited perception of life, XII

625

on real or spiritual, XII 622-41

rebirth after, will come soon for

unspiritual, VIII 402

redemption and, XIII 128

resulting from Pranayama, XII 622

resurrection and, XIV 58, 253 fn.

reveals man's karmic future, X 176

reveals man's true colors, X 176

second, acc. to Lvi, I 329

second, acc. to Plutarch, I 294, 362

(366)

second, & Kama-loka, IV 256; VI 328

second, of soulless men, XII 625-26,

628

secret of, XII 428

Self rarely remains near earth after,

VI 101-02

of selfishness & sin, XII 599

shock of, & occultist, VI 245

"spook" & after-, states, VI 125

stupor after, its length, VI 108

subjective intercourse and, III 346

sudden, & apparition of Ego, IV 246

thoughts and, III 173, 375-76, 424, 426

trance cp. with, II 469

violent, & after-, condition, VI 196

withdrawal at, described by A.J.

Davis, Il 171-72 & fn.

See also Devachan; Hades; Kama-

Loka; Sukhavati

Debendra Nath Tagore:

See Tagore, Debendra Nath

Deb-Raja:

of Bhutan, IV 18

Decad:

definitions, III 318, 327

of Pythagoras, XIV 412-13

Decan(s):

Angels &, in Gnosticism, XIII 9

or 360 powers, XIII 29

Sphere of, XIII 22, 28

Decartes, Ren (1596-1650):

on pineal gland, IX 88

Deccan (or Dekkan, India):

V 184

Deccan Star:

misprint in, II 349

December:

birth of Sun & 25th of, X 278-79

descent of gods in, X 278

Decharme, Paul (1839-1905):

Mythologie de la Grce antique:

XI 513 fn. (536 fn.)

on Ourania, VIII 310

on Phosphoros & Hesperos, VIII 17-18

bio-bibliog., VIII 435

bibliog., XI 571

Decretals:

VIII 221

Dee, Dr. John (1527-1608):

IV 180

bio-bibliog., 1V 642-43

Deeds:

good, of Esotericist more effective

than layman's, XII 504

spiritual, can lead one to immortality,

XII 632

Deezy, Charles:

on man's evolution, III 40-41

Defense:

against unjust attack, V 6

Defense of Others:

soul of Practical Theosophy, X 197

Defunct:

fate of the, XIII 76

or Pneumatic, XIII 26

prayers of the neophytes, XIII 26

Dehra-Dun:

Brahmacharin at, & Koot-Hoomi, VI

21

Deism:

taught by Dvaita, XII 344 fn.

See also Theism; Transcendentalists

Deities:

on double-sexed, X 53-54 (61)

tyrant, in Gnosticism, XIII 35

Deity:

absolute, & Alexandrian School, X 73

absolute, basis of Occult Philosophy,

XII 569

absolute, is not Logos, X 45 fn.

abstract, & Kosmos defined, IX

167-68

abstract Space is, XIV 234

All-thought as, VI 10 fn.

belief in, within needed, XIV 54

Buddhist Arahat recognized no, III

410 fn.

as Central Point, II 145

Changeless Unity, XIV 212

Circle is secret habitat of, XIV 62

of Comtists is Humanity, XIII 97

concealed, acc. to Lvi, XIV 237

conception of, in Upanishads, III 424;

VI 10 fn., 141

conscious, & karma, VIII 117

does not think, X 91

Egyptian, the God of Gods, XIV 218

emanation of, II 91

extra-cosmic, absurd, VI 141-43

feminine, denied by Bible translators,

XIV 213

Fire the visible, XIII 353

forces of nature as, XIV 184, 249

geometric key given to Moses by, XIV

95-96

geometrizes, XIII 14; XIV 62, 66

Heavenly Man born from, XIV 237

Hegel & Fichte on, XIII 311

Hermetic & Kabalistic, XIV 301-02

identified with Nature, IX 58 fn.

indwelling, & Rishis, III 208

inexhaustible fountain of life, XIV 310

Justice and, I 200

known only through effects, XIV 249

limited, of Protestants, XIV 51

man cannot be as perfect as, XIV

56 fn.

Man the beginning of, XIII 35

names of, XIV 87-88, 99, 310

nature of, & evil, III 62, 63, 423

no extra-cosmic, for Vedantins, IV 194

no finite attributes to, X 46-47

no sex in, IX 269 fn.

Occultists must not destroy Man's,

XIV 64, 459-60

the One is, III 318

One Universal, XIV 42, 67, 87, 210,

237, 249, 310, 325 fn.

only, is inner man, V 316-17

of Orphic Mysteries, XIV 269 ff.

or Over-soul, XIV 48

personal, & "creation" of universe,

IV 167

personal, enlargement of human

infusoria, VI 140

personal, within no fiction, XIV 54-55

Plato's definitions of, XIV 9, 48, 62,

66, 413

pseudo-science & extra-cosmic, XII

124

is pure Cosmic Fire, X 375

reached by personal merit, XIV 51-52

in sacred letters & numbers, XIV

97-102

on selfish prayer to, XIV 42

solar, & Catholicism, XIV 220-24,

314-33

Spencer's school on, XIII 96

Spinoza's concept of, XIII 309-11

Sun as emblem of, XIV 142, 220-24

symbolized by triangle, XIV 99, 186

of Theosophists, defined, VI 10 fn.,

141-43; XI 410

of Truth, XIII 36

on unity of, XII 569-70

Universe woven from substance of,

XIV 67, 87 & fn., 184-86, 210, 234,

237

unmanifested, III 315

Vaidic Mantra and, XIII 107

Vedantic conception of, XIII 310

of Zohar, XIV 186

See also Absolute; God

Dekad:

See Decad

Delahaute, Martin:

case of prevision, IV 292

Delaplace, Bishop of China:

Annales de la propagation de la

foi:

Chinese Missionary Reports, XIV

18 fn.

on the houen, VII 206-07, 211-12

bibliog., VII 366; XIV 524

Delboeuf, Joseph-Rmy L. (1831?-1896):

article of, XIII 89 fn. rf.

criticizes Tyndall, XIII 89

bibliog., XIII 379

Delessert, Paul (d. 1861?):

inspector of Police, I 151 et seq.

Deleuze, Jean (1753-1835):

mesmerism and, XII 223

- Histoire critique du magntisme

animal:

II 275-76

bio-bibliog., II 526

Delilah:

Samson &, allegory, XIV 272 fn.

Delphic Injunction:

for few in this age, XIV 430

to gain self mastery, IX 162; XIII 129

part of most religions, XIV 56

produced Adepts when heeded, XIV

55, 430

Delphic Mysteries:

will have a successor, VIII 205

Delphic Oracle:

on Man, IX 162

Delrio, Martin A. (1551-1608):

Disquisitionum magicarum libri

sex:

XIV 349 fn.

on man after death, VII 228 & fn.

bibliog., VII 366

Delta:

symbolism of letter, XIV 99

 

 

Deluge(s):

on ancient Thessalonians fleeing

Atlantean, V 218

archaeologists tracing, XIV 46

Armenian tradition on, III 214

on Central Asian, III 452 fn., 467

on dating of, III 422 fn.; XIII 327

Enoch does not mention, XIV 81-82,

84

Enoch MS. escaped, XIV 89-90

last, at close of 4th Root Race, XIV

81 fn.

last great, & Atlantis, V 223

many, IV 446

"mythological origin" of, V 200 fn.

Noachian, & Egypt, II 394

Noachian, not Universal, V 199 fn.;

XIII 328-29; XIV 90

number 7 and, IV 578

O.T. on, XIII 327

past & future, & six saros, III 149-50

sari and, III 215 & fn.

spiritual, approaching, XI 117 (130)

Vishnu-Purana on, III 188 fn.

Demeter:

female productive principle of Earth,

XI 93-94

prisprit and, I 362 (366), 363 (367)

second death and, 1 294

Sophia based on, XIV 262 fn. -63 fn.

See also Ceres; Ceres-Demeter

Demigods:

antediluvian, XI 117 (130)

Demiourgos(i) (Gk.):

Champollion on, XIV 218

commissioned 7 Celestial Rectors,

XIV 330

governs mysterious wheels, XIV

330-31

Jehovah one of, XIV 223

real Creator of worlds, XIV 218, 340

ig-Veda on, XIV 260

Unmanifested Logos, XIV 218, 260

See also Demiurge

Demiurge:

definition, X 334

Man fashioned by, XIII 26

scattered power of Barbēlō, XIII 24

Self-Willed One, XIII 28

Soul derived from, XIII 26

Universal Mind is true, XIII 90

of Valentinian system, XIII 43

Democritus (460-357 B.C.):

XIV 133

an Alchemist, XIV 298

on Deity as Sun, XIV 324

Magi taught magic to, XIV 25 & fn.

metaphysics in Orphic tradition, XIV

254

Petronius on experiments of, XIV 25

on Pherecydes, XIIl 285

science drew on atomic theory of, III

356

vindicated by Dalton, XIV 352

bio-bibliog., XIV 524-25

Demon(s):

commerce with, leads to moral ruin,

XII 190-91, 560

Cyprian on various, XIV 164-65

daimon mistranslated as, XIV 165 fn.,

307 fn.

hornless & tailless, VIII 26

Indian gods and, XIII 158-59

kinds of, VII 37

pagan symbols made into, VIII 25-26

See also Bhoot(s); Dev(s); Devil(s);

Elemental(s); Jinn(s); Possession;

Rakshasas; etc.

Demonology:

ancient statutes of, XII 191 fn.

Demosthenes (384?-322 B.C.):

De corona:

VIII 186

on anointing, VIII 196 fn.

Demotic Writing:

Hieratic writing and, V 297

Dendera (Egypt):

Zodiac of, XI 7

Denton, William (1823-1883):

The Soul of Things:

II 398; IV 53 fn., 545

elucidates psychometry, VI 181

psychometric explorations in, III 29

reviewed, IV 554-57

bibliog., II 526; III 502; IV 643; VI

432

Denunciation:

absence of, is soul of Theosophy, X

197

Buddhist precept on, X 196

charity not, to be practiced, XII 494

habit of, is morally unclean, XI 471

non-, Pledge should be taken by all

Theosophists, X 207

of persons not a theosophical "duty,"

X 199-200

prevents reaching Higher Life, X

197-98

of social evils encouraged, XII 494

Theosophical Pledge concerning, X

197

Denys, Saint (fl. 3rd C.):

on Ain-Soph as non-Being, XIV 418

contemporary of Saint Paul, XIV

210 fn., 418

God rules through intermediaries,

XIV 330

seven Rectors as spheres in motion,

XIV 330-32

bio-bibliog., XIV 525

See also Dionysius, Pseudo

Dervishes:

Biktashee, I 370 & fn.

errors about, fakirs & svamis, I

240-41

story of, & the magic mirror, I 177 et

seq.

El Desaguadero (Peru):

valley of, II 316

The Desafir.

Avesta far later than, IV 508

on honoring the dead, IV 506, 508

on resplendent spheroid deity, XIV

277

thirteenth Zarathushtra in, IV 524,

525

Zara-Ishtar and, IV 524

on Zaratusht, III 465, 467

bibliog., III 502; IV 643

De Sade, Donatien A.F., Comte:

See Sade, Marquis de

Descartes, Ren (1596-1650):

on animal intelligence, VII 33

on animal soul, VII 27

inconsistent, VII 28

indebted to old Masters, XIII 86

on nature of light, I 243

Desideri, I. (1684-1733):

Tibet and, IV 10, 15 fn.

bio-bibliog., IV 643

Desire(s):

creator, VIII 109

a force, VIII 403

hidden treasures and, IX 125

how to purify, VIII 129

image of dead person is evoked by,

III 293 fn.

Kamic, opposed to will, XIII 364

a Mahatma is free from, XIII 365

for material things must be killed, XI

105

repression of, recommended, XIII 364

subsequent to thought, XII 692

take shape & become real after death,

II 397-98

thought and, X 399

thought at death and, III 283

Will &, aspects of same thing, XII

702

Will &, compared, VIII 109

See also Kama; Passion(s); Will

Deslon, Charles:

See Eslon, Charles d'

Destiny:

astrologer cannot influence, VI 229

definition, VI 228

planets only indicate human, VI

228-29

thread of, cast by 7 planets, XIV 320

See also Fate

Destouches, Philippe (1680-1754):

Philinte:

on criticism & art, II 3 (14)

bio-bibliog., II 526-27

Deuce:

Deus & Devil, IX 17, 52 fn.

Deukalion:

definition, IV 578

the Greek Noah, V 219, 220, 223

Pyrrha, esoteric meaning and, V 201

Deuteronomy:

VII 257; IX 168-69 q.

God of, related to Zohar, XIV 184

Moses, Cabala and, I III

on sowing divers seeds, III 132

on Word, XI 520-21 (543-44)

Deutsch, I. (1829-1873):

eulogizes Talmud, I 132 fn.

bio-bibliog., I 459

Dev(s):

obsesses soul of defunct, XIV 71 fn.

Persian, Genius of Evil, XIV 71 fn.

the wicked, XIII 127

Deva(s) (Sk.):

VIII 325

Angels or Elōhim, XIV 81, 340 fn.,

348 fn.

applied to Elementals, X 362

Arjuna & Deva-yonis, XII 202

Dasyus and, I 336

definition, VI 188-89

Dhyani-Buddhas are higher than, X

343

Dhyani-Chohans and, X 340

dying Wisdom of, XIV 81

finite & evolving, X 13

of fire, VII 283

gods & men, XII 202

great varieties of, XII 203

Hindu choirs of, XIV 340 fn.

impersonal "Creators," XIV 217

language of, is Sanskrit, XIV 96-97

as Light-givers, XIII 9

live & die, IV 174

live in inner spheres before earth-life,

III 269-70

no occultist ever worships, X 13

not our lunar ancestors, XII 203

as occult potencies in nature, X 13-14

of Paropamisus, XIV 90 fn.

rank next to Buddhas, VI 104

or ishis as Atman of Planets, X 31

Sun and, IX 63

transformed into devils, XIV 322

"years of the," XII 386 fn.

Zoroastrians called, black magicians,

VI 340

Deva-Man:

ape and, VII 69 & fn., 70

Deva Muni:

chela of Brothers, IV 230

Deva Yonis (Sk.):

definition, VI 189

lower elementals, XII 202

rapport with mediums & shells, VI

189

Devabhashya (Sk.):

is sacerdotal language Zen(d)zar, IV

517 fn.-18 fn.

Devachan [Tib. bDe-ba-can]:

Aanru corresponds to, X 50 (58)

is actual yet illusory, V 76, 79, 80, 82, 88

Adepts too high for, VII 188 fn.

Amita Buddha "rules," XIV 426 & fn.

animal soul does not enter, VII 45

Auric Body and, XII 526-27, 608-10

best of personal soul carried into, VI

206

bliss of, & new Karma, X 47

bliss of, result of delusion of

individuality, V 78

cannot be localized, V 79, 84 fn.

"cheating by nature" and, V 83, 85-87

Christian Paradise borrowed from,

XII 627

compared to dreaming, V 87

created by man himself, XI 304,

446 fn.

cycle of, XII 54

degrees of, V 91-92

depraved personality and, IV 572

duration of, for advanced occultists,

VI 245

dying man's last desire and, V 92

"eclipsed" soul cannot enter, XII 632

Ego and, III 295; IV 121; XII 608-09

Ego in, may be localized anywhere,

XII 678

Egos of living may ascend to, XII

125 fn.

as Elysian fields, VII 122

enjoyment in, IV 443-45

entered by self in full consciousness,

VI 108

error in defining term, XI 499 & fn.

experienced while alive, V 87

as expressed in Gnosticism, XIII 80-81

field of subjectivity, V 90

gestation-state and, V 14 (42)

higher Manas or pure man goes into,

VI 239

Higher Self of those we love and, VII

317

highest bliss in, XII 627

immortal Ego in, X 54 (62)

Initiate may rest in, VII 276; XIV 262

Jiv follows divine monad into, VII

179-80

W.Q. Judge's, shortened, X 269

karma of rebirth and, V 90; VII 111

Koot Hoomi & article on, V 70 fn.

length of, VII 179; X 216 fn., 269; XI

139; XII 627

limited nirvanic state of, V 93

man makes his own, VIII 403

memory of dying and, XI 446 fn.,

447

mental state, XII 627

monad in, can affect one in avitchi, V

84

nature of, & personality, IV 256

no, for "accepted" probationer, IX 254

no, for Spiritual Individuality, IV

548 fn.

no, for unspiritual people, VIII 402-03

no, for very young child, XI 140

no Time in, X 316

nobody in, & kama-loka at same

time, VII 204-05

nobody returns from, until rebirth,

VII 188

occultists trained to shorten, VI 245

one "Path" leads to, XIV 439

only one state of consciousness in, V

82-83

periods of, VII 43

persona is not in, V 82

a personal "isolated," everyone's right,

V 91

personal ties in, become inert before

new birth, V 93-94

planes of, known to Occultist, IX 172

reality of, lessened by individual

experience of, V 78

relationships in, V 79, 84, 90-91, 93-94

rest & bliss of, VII 180 fn.

a reward for unmerited misery, VIII

299; X 47

self in, can draw to itself spirits of

living, VI 108

spiritual aspirations follow Buddhi

into, VII 52, 186 & fn.

spiritual desires realized in, IX 164

as spiritual gestation, XII 609

state of bliss for monad, I 36

states of, V 88-94

still an illusion, XII 691

is Sukhavati in Sanskrit, XIV 426

& fn.

uncertainties about, V 70-73

unfinished intellectual work and, V 92

visions and, IX 177

world of bliss nearest the earth, VI

112

Devachanee(s):

Adept can share perceptions of, V 75

cannot descend to our plane, XII 31

consciousness of, X 316

contacted in dream, X 262

earthbound soul and, VI 329

of highest moral calibre, V 92

human not visible to, V 87

ignorant of mental sufferings of

another, V 84, 86

meaning of "killing" a future, V 114

has no ordinary memory, V 77

personal ties of, V 94

some, relate to some monads on

Earth, V 84

surrounded by host of actors, V 90

universal consciousness and, V 77

Devachanic:

condition as real as waking state, V

82, 88

isolation in Rupa-lokas, V 92

mind capable of only highest spiritual

ideation, V 91

states & effects of causes sown, V 82

ubiquity analyzed, V 91

Devadatta (fl. 6th C. B.C.):

hostile realtive of Buddha, XIV

396 fn.

Devaki (Sk.):

born of virgin mother, VIII 359 (376)

Devaksha (Sk.):

Divine Eye or pineal gland, XII 619

See also Pineal Gland

Devalokas (Sk.):

celestial regions, VI 104

Devamatri (Sk.):

X 347

Devanagari Script:

I 241

before Panini's time, V 307

held sacred, V 237, 306

language of the gods, V 306

meaning of, VII 264 & fn.

not from Phoenician characters, V

246 fn.

as old as Vedas, V 237

same as Egyptian Neter-Khari, V 298

signals between gods & initiates, V

306

See also Sanskrit

Devanika:

mountains of the Pamir, XIV 90 fn.

Devatas (Sk.):

as Dhyan-Chohans, V 248

Devendro Das:

on Hindu widows, VIII 61 (83)

Devil(s):

afraid of iron, IX 43

all, in Hell seem to be Jews, IV 389

belief in, undermines religion, IV 388

casting out, IV 387 et seq.

Christianity's principal pillar, II 195;

III 91, 181, 278, 350, 353; X 240

Church changed "Spirit" to, XIV

307 fn.

Curati of de Mirville are, XIV 73

as doomed Lower Ego, XII 637

God and, I 200; III 299 fn.; X 149-50,

231

God reversed, IV 195, 263, 264

Rev. Headley on, X 148-49, 229-30

legitimatized, III 67

Lucifer and, VIII 27

"monkey of God" as, III 355

des Mousseaux on, IX 17

no horns before 4th century, VIII 26

not to be reviled, X 150

occult sciences and, II 403

origin of idea about, II 7 (18)

"parodied" Church rites, XIV 71, 73

phenomena and, IX 48

rationale of belief in, III 353

Semitic, VIII 16

is soulless matter informed by Kama,

XII 637

Te Deum for the, II 196

Theosophists don't believe in God or,

VIII 58 (80)

three-leaved fern and, III 352

the Virgin and, II 195

worshipped by Yezidis, XIII 101-02

See also Satan

Devotion:

to Gurus is not slavishness, IV 229

true, is neither bought nor sold, III

389

to truth needed to tread Path, XII

236

vanity dressed in peacock's feathers

of, XIII 172-73

Devourers:

white corpuscles, XII 700

Dewadaha:

King of, & Buddha's dates, V 249

See also Eeatzana

Dewel:

female demon, III 402 fn.

De Wette, Wilhelm M.L. (1780-1849):

biblical translator, VII 19 fn.

Dexiphanes:

causeway of, XI 356

"Dezhin Shegpa" [Tib. De-bz'in-

gegs-pa]:

on Buddha's "reincarnations," XIV

404-06

meaning of, XIV 400 fn., 405

the Thatagata, XIV 400

See also Thatagata

Dhammapada:

XI 343 q., 350 q., 470-71 q.

Buddha taught rebirth in, XIV 449

bibliog., XI 571

Dharani (Sk.):

meaning, XIV 401

Dharanidar Kauthumi:

reviews Lillie's book, VI 157

on Sanskrit pronunciation, VI 79-80

(88-89), 260 fn.

"Odorigen and Jiva":

IX 77 q.

Dharbagiri Nath:

See Bawaji

Dharma (Sk.):

definition, III 141

explains Being & Non-Being, XIV 408

as natural duty, III 142

represented by bull, V 30 (58)

on secret, XIV 443-53

Theosophy and, X 118 (123)

why hidden, XIV 450-52

See also Duty; Law

Dharma Raja:

not a Buddha incarnation, IV 9-10

origin & nature of Bhutanese, IV

17-18

Dharma Tattwa:

on bibles of the world, IV 417-18

organ of Brahmo Samaj, IV 417

Dharmakaya (Sk.):

Bodhisattva infallible only in, XIV 439

Cho-Ku in Tibetan, XIV 392 fn., 436

Gnostic Robe cp. with, XIII 11

ideal formless Being, XIV 392

Nirmanakaya ep. with, XIV 376, 384,

392, 436-37, 439

a Nirvani "without remains," XIV

376, 399, 436, 440

Nirvanic body and, XIV 392 fn., 436

a passionless state, XIV 439-40

personal Ego of, can return to earth,

XIV 384

Spiritual Ego of, cannot return, XIV

376, 384, 392, 401 fn.

state endures until new Manvantara,

XIV 401 fn.

See also Nirmanakaya;

Sambhogakaya; Trikaya

Dharma-Khanda:

Buddhist scriptures, I 252

Dharmapala, H. (1864-1933):

Olcott and, I 511

Dharmaoka Piyadasi, King:

inscription of, V 237

Kalaoka and, V 257

statues of Buddha and, V 246

Dhatusena, King:

Mahanama and, V 254

Dhobi Talav:

fountain of, II 268

Dhoti

loin cloth, I 244, 274

Dhotipoti:

Haha-Yoga and, II 119

Dhritarashra, King:

voted by Sanat-Kumara, XIV 383

Dhruvas (Sk.):

symbolic meaning of, XIII 159

Dhyana (Sk.):

XI 290

abstract meditation, X 42, 71, 119

Adept Fraternity practices, III 304

Buddha enlightened by XIV 394

definition, II 262

develops spiritual powers, XIV 400-01

Dhyani-Buddhas create mind-born

Bodhisattvas by, XIV 391

duty of man to acquire, III 142

fourth state of, permits akaic review,

V 93

Iddhi and, III 399

as knowledge of real self, III 142

is meditation or omnipotent devotion,

XIV 391

is Sam-tan in Tibetan, XIV 400

Truth and, III 430

See also Meditation

Dhyananta (Sk.):

definition, I 336 '

Dhyan-Chohan(s) [Dhyani-Chohan]:

Aeōns same as, XII 553

angels or "Living Ones," XII 200

as Atman of a planet, X 31

beyond Manasic cycles, XIII 9

beyond sex differences, XIV 58 fn.

Buddhas during Globe-Rounds and,

VI 267-68

Builders or cosmic, XIV 328

Catholics' 7 Spirits cp. with, XIV

46 fn., 328, 379

or celestial Buddha, VI 111

as celestial men, XI V 203, 216-17,

379, 427

classes of, XII 643 et seq.; XIV

328-29

collectively Mahat, X 360

collectively the "Creator," XIV 217

conditioned & imperfect, XIV 217

definition, X 340

or Devils, Planetary Angels etc., XIV

381

emanations of, become less spiritual,

XIV 379-80

as emanations of Primeval Light, XIV

46 fn., 51, 210, 371, 379-80

Fohat radiated by, VI 176

fountainhead of humanity, XIV

379-80

from preceding Manvantaras, XII

204-05

a Generated power, XIII 9

generic name, X 341

Hierarchies of, & numbers, VIII

145 fn.

Hierarchies of, & Talas, XII 667

highest, do not cognize 2nd Kosmic

plane, X 369

identical with Archangels, X 17

identical with Gnostic Aeōns, XIV

162, 340 & fn.

instructed Third Race, XIV 359

Lord of Lords, XIV 217, 380 & fn.

make themselves objective at will, VII

188

Manifested Logos is 7 Hierarchies of,

XII 561

Manus & Rounds, IV 575-79

mayavic appearances of, IV 590

men of a superior kind, XII 200

Mind-Born Sons, XIV 51, 92, 328,

380 & fn.

modus operandi of, XII 209

Nirvana and, VI 248-49

as occult potencies of nature, X 14

are only class in our Hierarchy to

preserve personality, VI 112

our noumena are matter to, VIII

324-25

our principles and, XII 561

overshadow humans, VI 248

prototypes of Gods & men, XIV 51,

58 fn., 92, 203, 217, 380 & fn., 381

as re-awakened Energies, X 397

Rebirth theory and, XIV 379

related to 7 ishis, XIV 203, 380 fn.

related to 7th Principle, XIV 307 fn.

seven classes of, XIII 73

seven primeval Builders, XIV 402

as Seven Rays or Angels of the

Presence, XIV 379

seven Sons of Light, XIV 371, 380

the sidereal being, not visible planet,

X 31

are Sons of the Flame, XIV 248

supersensuous intellect of, X 362

Theosophists do not worship, X 13

Tsong-kha-pa taught signs of, XIV

427

various categories of, & Elements, VII

188

the Word or Logos, X 252

Dhyani(s) (Sk.):

Adi-Buddha and, IV 99-100

Ah-hi are highest, X 317

five celestial, & their Bodhisattvas, IV

11-14

generic name, X 345

higher, evolve lower hierarchies, X 365

See also Ah-hi

Dhyani-Bodhisattva(s) (Sk.):

middle principle of man, XIV 394-95

unlimited numbers of, XIV 403

Dhyani-Buddha(s) (Sk.):

the Anupapadaka, X 344; XIV 289

Archangels compared with, X 362

Atala and, XII 665

concerned with man's higher triad, X

341

correspond to Archangels, X 362

create mind-born Bodhisattvas, XIV

391

the Dharmakayas of earlier

Manvantaras, XIV 397

divine flame in man and, XIV 373

dwell in every person, XIV 394-95,

403

each Adept has, XIII 72

exoteric & esoteric ideas about, X 343

as "gods" not worshipped, X 345

infinite numbers of, XIV 403

are Karmaless, XIV 397

meditation leads to becoming, XIV

394-95, 400-01

not Entities but Hierarchies, X 343

pralaya and, X 344

as presiding "Angel," XIII 72

prevail throughout Maha Kalpa, XIV

391

represent divine free will, X 387

Spirit of the Buddha, XIV 391-92, 394

spiritual aspect of 7 Logoi, X 345

three in one, X 343

two types of, X 344

unconcerned about earth-plane, X 365

as Vajrasattva, XIV 392

various classes of, for various

Rounds, X 344

Dhyani-Chohanship:

animals will in time reach, VII 46

seven Sishas and, VII 44 fn.

Dhyani-paa (Sk.):

or "Rope of the Gods," XIII 32

Dhyani-Pitara (Sk.):

the Father-Gods, XIV 92

Diakka:

evil spirit, I 82, 117. 135, 140, 187,

283

See also Demon(s); Elementary(ies)

etc.

Dialectical Society (London):

I 211

idea for Society for Psychical

Research from, XII 294 fn.

- Report on Spiritualism . . .:

acknowledges phenomena, III 234

bibliog., III 502

Diamond Heart:

disciples of, help each other, XI 230

(267)

law of magic, XI 230 (267)

Diana:

initiations in temples of, IV 398

Isis & Luna same as, IV 397

moon as, on earth, XI 97

See also Diaus

Diana Astarte:

model for Virgin Mary, XIV 336 fn.

Diaskeuasts:

Indian collectors of Vedic songs, XIII 314

Diatessaron:

or "Harmony of the Gospels," XIV

14 fn.

spurious & not esoteric, XIV 13-14 fn.

Diaus:

became Dianus, Diana, XII 92 (99)

god of day & light, XII 92 (98)

Daz del Castillo, B. (1492?-1581?):

Historia . . . de la Nueva

Espaa:

on Aztec civilization, XIV 25

on Spaniards' horses, II 319

bio-bibliog., II 527

bibliog., XIV 525

Dicastillo, Juan de (1584-1653):

- De justitia et jura . . .:

on Jesuits' right to kill, IX 305, 315

bio-bibliog., IX 412

Dick, Frederick J. (1856-1927):

direct pupil of H.P.B., IX 411

bio-bibliog., XI 571-72

 

Dickens, Charles (1812-1870):

born a century too early or late, XII 6

on changes wrought by civilizations,

X 82

conducted All the Year Round, III

125 fn.

on Paris & village folk, XII 272

on roads of Ireland, X 82

- Edwin Drood :

H.P.B. and, 12

- Little Dorrit:

I 75

- Martin Chuzzlewit:

19th C. Pecksniffs like, XI 187

bibliog., I 459

Dickinson, Dr. Edmond (1624-1707):

De Quintessentia

Philosophorum:

on Brothers of Rosy Cross, IV 3-4

bio-bibliog., IV 643-44

Dictionnaire de Sciences Mdicales:

VII 61-62

defines hallucination, VII 59

bibliog., VII 59 fn., 366

Dictionnaire Encyclopdique de France:

on Astrology, XIV 346

Did Mme. Blavatsky Forge . . .:

See Jinarajadasa

Didier, Adolphe (fl. 1847-1877):

on mesmeric aura & growth of plants,

IV 312 fn.

Didron, Adolphe (1806-1867):

bio-bibliog., XIII 379-80

Diels, H. (1848-1922):

The Pre-Socratic Philosophers:

XIV 10 fn.

Dieterici, Prof. F.H. (1821-1903):

calculated number of Asian

Buddhists, IX 144 fn.

Dieu, Louis de (1570-1642):

Genesis:

on teraphim, VII 231

bio-bibliog., VII 366-67

Differentiation:

curds as first, X 373

of deity, X 151

of elements, X 349

first, feminine, X 302-03

of forces, X 386-87

Light and, X 331

of matter & elementals, X 366, 374

of Mulaprakriti, defined, VI 141-42,

143

of original substance, X 321

planes of, XII 629

primeval, of Universal Mind or

Mahat, X 325

of seven rays, X 347

time & Logoi, X 358-59

of Universe, X 327

War in Heaven and, X 371-72

Digha-Nikaya:

on world not needing to lack Arhats,

XIV 431

Dii Majores:

minores and, VII 274

Dikastery:

of Athens & Socrates, XI 438

Diksha (Sk.):

initiation & higher powers, II 93

Dikshita (Sk.):

initiate, II 93

Paramahansa nearly a, II 118

yogi may not be a, II 119

Diliman, C.F.A. (1823-1894):

Ascension of Isaiah and, XIII 57-58

bio-bibliog., XIII 380

Dimension(s):

fourth, I 314; VII 87

fourth, & Pythagorean Tetraktys, I

360

space of three, VII 87

Dinakara (Sk.):

meaning, XIV 279

Sun in "gate of death" rite, XIV 279

symbol of Sun, XI 68

Diocesan Conference:

on uncharitableness, XII 27

Diocesan Vyedomosty:

on psychic experiences of

Metropolitan Platon, VI 219-20

Diocletian, Emperor (245-313 A.D.):

burns Egyptian Alchemy books, XI

513 (536), 526 (549); XIV 298

Cyprianus martyred under, XIV 167

Diodorus of Tarsus (fl. 5th C.):

murdered Saint Flavian, XIV 145

Diodorus Siculus (fl. 1st C. B.C.):

VII 122; XIV 257, 274

on five elements & God Pan, XIV

100 fn.

historian compiler, V 244

on Indian origin of Hercules, XIV

246

on King of Ethiopians, XIII 331

modern astrology began with, XIV

351

on rebirth, XIV 258

on sacred fire, IV 531

on therapeutic cures in Egypt, XII

222

- Bibliotheca historica:

on judiciary astrology, XIV 351

on meaning of Dionysos, XIV 273 fn.

- Historical Library [tr.]:

on magical idols, VII 220

on productions of Chaldeans, VII

239-40 & fn.

bio-bibliog., V 373

Diogenes Lartius (fl. 3rd C.):

VII 239; XIV 139

air is full of souls says, XIV 420

on ancient records of Egyptian

priests, VII 278

Athenian cynic, XIII 287

Epicurus on Gods, XIV 50 fn.

on founding of Eclectic system, XIV

305-06

on Pythagoras, III 451-52

- De clarorum philosophorum

vitis:

on animal soul, VII 205 fn., 211

- Lives:

on Aristotle & "atheists," II 95 fn.

dates Egyptian records, XIII 232 fn.

on Empedocles, XIII 237 fn., 284 fn.

on Epicurus & Soul, XIII 307 & fn.

Dion Cassius (150?-235?):

on names of weekdays, XII 535

- Roman History:

XIV 135 fn.

Dionysius Areopagita:

See Dionysius, Pseudo

Dionysius, Pseudo (fl. 6th C.):

saw eclipse as portent of crucifixion,

XIV 137

on temple door facing East, XIV 318

- Celestial Hierarchy:

on "Angels" as builders, XIV 209,

211 fn.

on God's co-operators, XIV 210 fn.

seven Spirits of the Presence, XIV

210-11 fns.

- De divinis Noma:

on seven lamps of sanctuary, XIV 337

bio-bibliog., XIV 525

See also Denys, Saint

Dionysus:

Demeter &, cp. with Christos &

Sophia, XIV 262 fn. -63 fn.

Diodorus on, XIV 273 fn.

sacred orgies of, XIII 138

Dionysus-Zagreus:

fable based on Lama succession, XIV

451-52 fn.

Dioscuri:

II 146

Diplomacy:

based on deceit, IX 36

Diplomats:

honest, often obliged to lie, XIII 206

Diritto:

on the Ghetto, III 87

Disciple(s):

battle-cry of, XII 505

co-discipleship and, XII 502, 590-91

expelled after two warnings, XII 592

Golden Stairs of, XII 503, 591, 596

Guru only adjusts progress of, XII 496

harmonious group of, IX 158-59; XI

230-31 (266-67), 239 (275)

helps & hindrances to, XII 494-98

how, may win regard of Masters, XII

595-96

Jesus taught, after Resurrection, XIII 7

Masters order writing Voice of the

Silence for, XII 505

mind of, must be open to facts, IX

199 (220)

need only do his best, XII 505

new, should not be told mysteries, XII

590

one rule of conduct for, VIII 126

preparation of, needed before being

taught, XII 584-85

seven groups of Masters and, XIII 73

teacher as parent to, XII 502-03,

590-91, 593

true, defends Theosophy, XII 502-03,

590-91

victorious, in T.S., XI 239 (275)

Western, have great difficulties, IX

160-61

See also Chelas; Gurus; Masters

Discipleship:

conditions of, IX 155-62, 254-61

primary rules of, VIII 59 (81), 126

rules of, in Kiu-ti, IV 607-08; VIII

294

struggle of, VIII 126-29

See also Chelaship; Esoteric Section;

Path, The

Discipline:

H.P.B. on her failure to demand, in

E.S., XII 584-88

See also Self-Abnegation; Self-

Control; Self-Discipline

" Discoveries:

all, of natural law are honorable, III

136

are re-discoveries, V 170

result from trifling facts, II 346

Discrimination:

is unicellular organisms, XII 145-46

Disease(s):

attributed to Satan, XIV 165 fn.

cure for, IX 103

drugs & psychology, II 188-89

Ether and, XIV 165 fn.

faith-healing and, XII 402-03

Indian medicine and, II 199

most, fruit of our imagination, XII

403

natural effect of Karma, X 40

new, shall arise, IX 103

proceed from Moon, XIV 143

relation of mind to, X 39-40

spiritual living eradicates, IX 103

"talked away" in Russia, XI 210

See also Christian Science; Healer(s);

Healing; Mental Science

Disincarnate:

must mount each rung of ladder of

being, V 93

Disinherited:

theosophists serve, of the world, VIII

61 (83)

Dispensaries:

charitable T .S., X 132

Homeopathic Free, X 188

See also Poverty

Disraeli, Isaac (1766-1848):

- Curiosities of Literature:

on Queen Bess' wardrobe, XII 72

biog., XII 737

Ditson, Dr. George Leighton (1812-1895):

friend of H.P.B., V 137

objections of, to Esoteric Buddhism,

VI 159-60

on sun, etc., VI 159

on Theosophical Society Committee, I

246

Diu:

of Aryan's identical to other gods, II

90

Dius:

the Phoenician, V 299

Divina Sapientia:

conditions for student of, IX 157-58

Divination:

elemental powers and, VII 234-36

& fns., 239

by laurel cubes, VI 163-64

Lvi on, & astral light, III 431-32

Divinatione:

See Cicero

 

 

Divine:

Ahura Mazda, XIII 126 & fn., 131

army of Light, XIII 129, 131

Being of Kabalah, XIV 301-02

Being's many names, XIV 310

clairvoyance in Mysteries, XIV 123

clergy degraded, Beings, XIV 63,

159-60

Creation cp. to Natural creation, XIII

31 fn.

efflux, XIV 310

Essence unknown, XIV 185-86, 234

examples of, incarnation, XIV 49 fn.,

52-53, 300-01

Flame of man, XIV 373

forces grafted on, XIV 164 fn.

as Heavenly Man, XIV 185, 310

Ideal shared by all Initiates, XIV

130-31, 301-02

incarnations, XIV 373

in Initiation, XIV 259-6I, 310

mediators, XIV 300-01

Moses met, Self on Mt. Sinai, XIV 69

nature is union & love, XI 150

no, "miracles," XIV 116

number of Ideas in, Mind, XIII 16

Power differs from Jehovah, XIV 197

Revelation defended, XIV 72-73

Science abused, XIV 103

seven, prototypes of Beings, XIV 51

seven, reflections in man, XIV 50

Soul is Buddhi, XIV 49

soul or Buddhi-Manas, XII 18, 313

Spirit moves over "Waters," XIV 241

state reached by personal merit, XIV

51-52

Substance & mystic Cube, XIV 187

union with, XI 215 (251)

unity of, Element, XIV 235, 310

is within, XIV 48, 52 fn., 234, 300-01,

310, 394-95

as witness, XII 640

Divine All:

unnamed by most religious

philosophies, II 91

Divine Brother:

message in Massey's letter, I 415

See also Brothers, The

Divine Dynasties:

of gods & giants, VII 108

of Manes, VII 96-97 & fns.

primitive revelation by, VII 93

as ishas in luminous bodies, VII

96 fn.

Divine Ego:

Apophis and, XII 635

astral double not companion of, IX

256

or celestial exile, XII 17

Eastern parable of, XII 632

Essence of, is pure flame, XII

624 fn.

fetus and, XII 623-24

genius as manifestation of, XII 15

higher senses and, XI 233 (270), 468

impress of personalities and, IV

571-73

in lunacy, cut off, XII 408

Nirvanic interlude of, XII 636

Pure wave of, Essence, XII 526

Purified by suffering, XII 630

Redemptive power of, has limits, XII

635

is reincarnating power of, has limits, XII

623

truth and, IX 42

Western rejection of, XII 314

Divine Inspiration:

An inner voice may not be, XI 50

Divine Instructors:

revealed sciences, VI 203-04

See also Dyan-Chohan(s)

Divine Philosophy:

great purpose of, VII 173

See also Esoteric Philosophy

Divine Presence:

name for, not important, XI 114 (128)

Divine Principle:

Theosophy allied with those who seek

The, II 103

Dive Protection

human conceit talks of, VI 139-41

The Divine Pymander:

See Hermes-Trismegistus, Books of:

- Poimandrēs

Divine Rulers:

taught Mysteries to 5th Race, XI 85

Divine Wisdom:

II 499 (506)

All proceeds from, XIV 301

or Amun, XII 15-16

as Beacon-light, XI 219 (255)

Church membership and, VIII 261

emanated Universe, XIV 301-02

focused in India, XIV 310

key to Hindu symbolism, XI 245 (281)

must be striven for, IV 162

not for unworthy, XII 15, 314

or Sapientia, XII 315

seven forms of, XIII 73

terrestrial and, XII 311, 314, 369

true Theosophists and, XI 169

See also Amun; Bodhi; Wisdom

Divorce:

in Russia, X 192

Dixon, Jacob:

Hygienic Clairvoyance:

on aura & mesmeric attraction, III 21

on electricity & shells, III 25-26

bibliog., III 502

Djual Khool:

Compiler on present status of, VI 29

K.H. &, visit Olcott & Brown, VI 22,

30

K.H.'s favorite chela, IV 192-93

Olcott suspicious of, VI 24

on vision of "Master K.H." by Oxley,

IV 192-93

The Dnyanodaya:

IV 83

abusive missionary journal, II 363

libels T.S., 11 48

Theosophical Society misrepresented

in, IV 90-91

Docetae:

illusionists, XIII 25, 30

Jesus and, IX 208 (230)

Docetism:

Ascension of Isaiah and, XIII 57-58

definition, XIII 47

Doctors:

bigotry & prejudice of, IV 201

Doctrine:

ancient, of triple hypostasis, XIV

185-86

of Astrology imparted at Initiation,

XIV 345

of "continuous existence," XIV 53-54

of Eye vs. Heart, XIV 444-45, 447

fundamental, prior to Vedas, III 401

Great, brought to light by T.S., IV

378

source of esoteric, III 402

See also Heart Doctrine; Secret

Doctrine

Dodecad:

Decad and, XIII 15-21

female Aeōns of, XIII 40

Dodecagon:

twelve great gods and, III 319

Dodecahedron:

Mysteries of, XIII 71

Dodona:

Iao and, VII 121 fn.

Dods, Marcus (1786-1838):

bibliog., VIII 435

Dog:

symbol of spiritual consciousness, IV

519 fn.

Dogma(s):

authority &, curse of humanity, XIV

117

built on Zodiacal & physiological

symbols, VIII 207

Church, paradoxical, XIV 146

faith &, are pillars of Theology, I 304

how developed, IV 314

idolatry and, VII) 176

infant baptism, false, XIV 146

Kabalist source of Church, XIV

341 fn.

love of, leads to disdain for others,

XII 272

as mental & moral slavery, XII 272

of NT. disfigured Christ, XIV 43,

146, 148, 156, 158-60

should be denounced, VIII 356-57

(373-74)

universal ideals must replace, VIII 207

See also Ritual(s); Sect(s); Theology

Dogmatism:

of Church, XIV 116-17

of priest & scientist, IX 122

religious intolerance and, XIV 55

See also Sectarianism; Secularism

Dolgorukov, Princess Helena P.:

See Fadeyev, Helena P.

Dolgorukov, Princess Katherine

(1847-1922):

III 166

Elder line of family, III 167 fn.

Dolgorukov, Prince Vladimir (?-1633):

Alexander II and, II 353

Dolgorukova, Princess Maria V.

(?-1624):

II 353 & fn.

Dolgoruky, Prince PY. (1817-1868):

book of, banned, II 353

Dllinger, Johann von (1799-1890):

Heidenthum and Judenthum:

on mysteries, VII 122

- Paganisme et Judasme:

on Mitra as Venus, VIII 23

on teraphim, VII 236

bibliog., VII 367; VIII 435

Dolmas [Tib. sGrol-ma]:

two virgin, & Padmapani, XII 518

Domitian, Emperor (51-96 A.D.):

Apollonius' vision of, XIV 134 fn.

consulted prophets, XIV 351

biog., XIV 525-26

Domovoy:

house-spook, II 445

Donaldson, James (1831-1915):

on degradation of woman by Church,

XII 268-69

Principal of Univ. of Saint Andrews,

XII 268

on woman in early Christianity, XI

441-43

Donaldson, John W. (1811-1861):

on dating of Hebrew MS., III 453 fn.

Donato:

Aksakoff on the experiments of, II

285 et seq.

on will, II 282, 284

Dondorukov, Princess:

See Yurievsky, Princess

Dondukov-Korsakov, Prince A.M.

(1820-1893):

anagram of, XIlI 206

family friend of H.P.B., X 293

sends H.P.B. certificate to Bombay,

III 389 & fn., 445

supports H.P.B.'s character, VI xxxii

biog., VI 432

Dondukov-Korsakov Lineage:

origin of Princes, II 354 & fn.

Donnelly, I. (1831-1901):

- Atlantis . . .:

IV 446

bio-bibliog., IV 644-45

Doong-ting:

relic-cupboard, III 321

Doppelgnger:

of adepts, I 242

astral body or, V 21 (49)

astral Ego or, IV 246

See also Astral Body; Double(s)

Dorians:

on ancestors of, V 215-16

Dorius:

as representative of a people, V 215

Dorjechang [Tib. rDo-rje 'chap]:

See Vajradhara

Dorjesempa [Tib. rDo-rje sems-dpa']:

See Vajrasattva

Dosabhoy, D.:

astrology and, III 190

Dosha (Sk.):

faults, IV 608

Dostoievsky, EM. (1821-1881):

awakened true spirit of society, XII 7

world needs a, XII 6-7

- The Brothers Karamazov:

on "Grand Inquisitor" & Christ's

return, III 324-25; XIV 385 fn.

on "Grand Inquisitor" & Jesuits, III 325

Double(s):

astral, before death, VI 347-48

cannot act contrary to wishes of man,

X 221

ex-doubles and, XII 712-13

projection of, V 289-93

story about murder by the astral, of

medium, I 163 et seq., 173 fn.

three kinds of, X 218-20

See also Astral Body; Doppelgnger

Doubleday, Gen. A. (1819-1893):

I 408, 430

first Vice-President of T.S., I 436

kept scrapbooks, II 81

bio-bibliog., I 459-61

Doubled-Sexed:

deities, X 53-54 (61)

Doubt:

of disciple, VIII 127

inseparable from reason, IV 334

Douglas, Bishop (1721-1807):

defamed Apollonius, XIV 130

Dove:

is alpha & omega, XIII 55

Egyptian Esoteric symbol of, XIII 8

Father as a, XIII 7

symbol of Higher Self, XIII 56

varied symbolism of, XI 496-97, 502-03

Downey, Edmund (1856-1937):

- House of Tears:

VIII 99

bibliog., VIII 435

Dowson, John (1820-1881):

- Hindu Classical Dictionary:

XIV 126 fn., 458

Doxa (Greek):

definition, XI 490

Doyle, Sir A. Conan (1859-1930):

- "The Silver Hatchet":

evil magnetism of, VI 249

bibliog., VI 432

Drach, Rabbi David (1791-1865):

a converted Rabbi, XI 244 (281)

converted to Catholicism, XIV 220

fostered worship of physical Sun, XIV

223-24

Kabala and, XI 525 (548)

"second hypostasis" of, XIV 260

tried to reconcile Judaism &

Christianity, XIV 224

- Harmonie:

equates Christ with Sun, XIV 220-21

on Kabalistic Sun, XIV 221, 224

on Zohar XIV 220, 224

bio-bibliog., XIV 526

Draconis:

Pole Star of past & future, XIII

322-23

Dracontias:

temples of So. America, II 319

Dragon(s):

Adam & the Solar, XIV 203

Church considers, Satanic, XIV 163-64

Saint Cyprian denounces, XIV 163-64

Dracontine structures and, XIII

271-72

Ea the Sevenfold, XIV 203

of Egypt as crocodile, XIV 202-03

of Epidaurus, XIII 272

Etymology of term, XIII 272

exiled from heaven, XIV 403

form of the tempter, XIII 271

Iaō-Chnubis, was son of, XIV 203

invisible, name of King Thevetat, V

222

Polar, red with 7 heads, XIV 202-03

as prototype of fallen Archangel, XIII

271

Rahu, devours sun & moon during

eclipses, XIV 403

Saturn as, of Life, XIV 203

serpents and, V 223

sidereal & astronomical, XIII 271

steals Elixir of Life, XIV 403

symbol of Esoteric Wisdom, VIII 148

& fn.

symbolic meaning of, XIII 56-59,

271-72

Dragon of Wisdom:

spirit of, is 7th Principle, VII 202

 

 

Dramard, Louis (1848-1887):

president of Isis lodge, X 136

tribute to, IX 342

bio-bibliog., IX 412-13

Drangiane:

Alexander's invasion and, V 243

definition, V 274

Draper, John W. (1811-1882):

History of Intellectual

Development of Europe:

XII 271 q.

on "army" of Peter the Hermit, VI 56

- History of the Conflict Between

Religion and Science:

XIII 294 fn. & q.

on Arabic MSS. burned by Cardinal

Jimenez, XIV 313

on astral records, IV 556

on Church opposition to anaesthetics,

IV 501

on methods of Plato & Aristotle, III

196

on origin of Atonement dogma, XIV

262 fn.

on Persian religions, IV 527

on truth, IV 417

bio-bibliog., III 502; VI 432

bibliog., IV 645

Dravia (Sk.):

Brahmans, I 305

Draviians:

Aryans now intermixed with, V 238

Basques descended from, V 217

Dravya (Sk.):

as eternal substance, V 79; XII 631

substance or body, IV 580

Dream(s):

as actions of true self, IX 318-19

ascent to Devachanic plane in, XII

125 fn.

become experiences, IV 179

brain impressions and, III 430-31

cerebellum and, X 329-30

chelas instructed during, X 241

classification of, X 263

conception of time and, X 316

connection with dormant memory, V 77

defined by Cato, VI 393

devachan and, V 76

difference between types of, V 77

facts in, inverted, VI 137

Lower Manas asleep in sensual, XII

693

nature & causes of, X 246 et seq.

nature of devachanic, V 78

not realized as such, V 87

prophetic, III 431-32

reality and, V 79

reasoning paralyzed in, XI 224 (260)

spiritual consciousness and, XII 696

Spiritual Ego and, III 435-36

Spiritual visions and, III 437

verses on, III 429

Western science on, V 77, 78

Dream-Body:

or Illusion-Body, X 219

See also Mayavi-Rupa

The Dream of Ravan:

an occultist wrote, II 215

bibliog., II 527

Dremat':

Russian for "to slumber," X 246 fn.

Drioux, Abb C.J. (1820-1898):

La Somme thologique de saint

Thomas:

on annihilation, VII 31

bio-bibliog., VII 367

Drival, Abb van (1815-1887):

VII 111

bio-bibliog., VII 367

Drogheda Castle:

in Brittany, XIII 272

Drones:

remain ignorant of supreme ideal, XI

121 (135)

Drosera:

magnetism and, IV 312 fn.

Drug(s):

effects not understood, II 189

pernicious action on brain, XII 496

use of, prohibited in E.S., XII 496,

685

Drugs and Drug-nasus:

Zoroastrian meaning of, VI 340

Druid(s):

believed in reincarnation, XIV 258

cp. to Magi & Zoroastrians, XIV 258

evergreens and, II 162

fire sacred to, XIV 258

"Morning-Star" greeting of, XIV 258

pagan customs in Britain and, XII 72

rites of Nature magic, XIV 32, 311

scientists & religion of, XIV 134

slaughter of, at Alesia, XIV 295, 311

solar rite in Masonry, XIV 281

Drummond, Sir Wm. (1770-1828):

Oedipus Judaicus:

on age of Zoroaster, III 461

on ancient unity of science & religion,

XIV 291

bio-bibliog., III 502

Drunkenness:

demon of, afflicting Russia, XII 10-13

mediums and, III 228

sleep and, X 263

universal incubus, XII 10

Druses:

Brotherhood of Khelang and, III 177

Buddhism and, III 179

China and, III 187

divide man in three parts, III 181 fn.

five "Messengers" of, III 183-84

Lamaism and, III 175 et seq., 186

messenger of, goes to Tibet, III 187

religion of, a survival of Wisdom

Religion, 180-81

sacred works of, III 177 fn.

secrets of, jealously guarded, III 182,

183, 185

true origin of, III 176

Dryden, John (1631-1700):

II 237

- Fables . . .:

on dreams, III 433

quoting Ovid, XII 457

bibliog., III 503

Du Barry, M.J. Comtesse (1746-1793):

Saint-Germain, III 129

bio-bibliog., III 503

Du Bois-Reymond, Emil (1818-1896):

III 22

on mind, IX 12

opposed to Occult discovery, III 23

physiologist, XIII 140

on vital force, VIII 241

bio-bibliog., VIII 435-36

Du Halde, J.B. (1674-1743):

Description . . . de la Chine:

rf. to magic & automatic writing, XIV

20

Duad:

is co-eternal, XIV 213

held to be evil, XIV 99

Monad vibrates to form, XIV 213

not a sacred number, III 316-17, 318

Triad and, XIV 213

Unity and, I 200

Dualism:

Zoroastrian, IV 264

Duality:

of good & evil pervades Universe, XII

602-03

of forces in nature, X 270

illusion and, IX 16

interlaced triangles and, III 313, 318

of man's nature, III 434, 438

of Manas, XIII 40, 65

origin of, ace. to Ghebers, II 128

of principal spirits of man, III 321

Unity and, IV 52

in Valentinian System, XIII 16-21

Dubjed [Tib. sGrub-byed]:

preparation for seership, IX 158

Dubuque Daily Telegraph:

II 465

Duca, Antonio (1491-1564):

beatific visions of 7 Archangels, X

23-27

rector of "temple" of 7 Spirits, X 23

bio-bibliog., X 416

Duchesne, L.M.O. (1843-1922):

Liber pontificalis:

VIII 12 fn.

bibliog., VIII 436

Duchoul, Guillaume (16th C.):

Discours sur la castramtation . . .:

XI 76-77 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XI 572

Dudley, Dr.:

president of Bombay branch, IV 156

Duel:

institution of Christendom, VIII 138

Duff, James G. (1789-1858):

poetry of, on spirits, VI 351

Duff, Mr. Grant (1829-1906) & Mrs.:

VI 56, 310

Dufferin, Lord Frederick (1826-1902):

X 290, 293-94

bio-bibliog., X 416-17

Dugpa(s):

a conscious sorcerer, XIV 30

Csoma and, V 255

descendants of antediluvian sorcerers,

XIV 105

guilty of crimes, IV 161

karma of, delayed, X 225

"Mahatma"-, VII 151

meaning in Bhutan & Sikkim, VI 7-8,

198

new moon rites are Hellish, XII 204

poison astral currents, XIV 31

red the color of, IX 64

renounces sexual intercourse, XII

191 fn.

separated from Gelukpas, IV 12

Sikkim, & "Red caps" of Tibet, XIV

105

terrible Black Magic of, VII 221

use of will in sorcery, XIV 30, 105

various meanings of, IV 9 fn., 10

voice of, mistaken for Master, IX

259

Voodoo, Sorcery and, IX 253

See also Black Magician(s);

Sorcerer(s)

Dugpa Shab-tung:

invades Bhutan, IV 17

Dugpaship:

or Mahatmaship, IX 254

Duguid, David:

Hafed, Prince of Persia:

unreliable, IV 175-76

bio-bibliog., IV 646

Duhkha:

pain, IV 608

Dujardin-Beaumetz, Georges

(1833-1895):

alleged urticaria and, II 261-62

bio-bibliog., II 527

Dukhobors:

Christian dancing sect, III 205

promiscuous rites of, III 205-06

Dulaure, J.A. (1755-1835):

Des cultes . . .:

on fetishism, VII 213

bio-bibliog., VII 367-68

Dulaurier, douard (1807-1881):

bio-bibliog., XIII 380

Dumas, (fils) Alexandre (1824-1895):

La Dame aux camelias:

II 512

La Dame aux perles:

II 512

Le Demi-Monde:

II 513

Les Femmes qui tuent . . .:

on enfranchising God, II 517

on women's rights, slavery & divorce,

II 512-14

bibliog., II 527-28

Dumas, Jean Baptiste Andr

(1800-1884):

IV 215

biog., IV 646

Dumas, (Pre) Alexandre (1802-1870):

Mmoires . . . Joseph Balsamo:

XII 84

- Travels in the Caucasus:

fanciful "facts" of, II 129-30

bibliog., II 527

Duncan, Mr.:

Kerala Utpatti and, V 185

Theosophists and, VI 166-68

Dunlap, S.F. (1825-1905):

on philology of letters S & H, VII

232 fn.

- The Son of Man:

on Chrēstos & Christos, XIV 88 fn.,

149 fn.

bibliog., VII 368; XIV 526

Dupanloup, Bishop Felix (1802-1878):

Littr and, III 255-56

Dupotet de Sennevoy, Baron Jules

(1796-1881):

adept of Mesmerism, XII

223 fn. -24 fn.

clairvoyance of, tracks murderer, XII

224

describes magnetic healing, XII 225

founded Journal du Magntisme, XII

220 fn.

French Academy admits phenomena

of, XII 224

Honorary Fellow of T.S., III 30; XII

223 fn.

on intelligent "spirits" in our organs,

VII 206 fn.

last years of, XII 224-25

Mesmer's most illustrious disciple, XII

223

mesmerism and, I 137, 166; II 135-36,

277

scientific reputation of, XII 222

on Theosophical Society, III 72

- La magie dvoile:

on evocation of "spirits," II 178

on the "idol," VII 207

bio-bibliog., VII 368

bibliog., II 528

Dupuis, Charles F. (1742-1809):

XIV 324

on origin of all theologies, VIII 13

on Virgin & Child, II 164

bio-bibliog., VIII 436

Duram, Bishop of:

on profanation of religion, IV 443

Duration:

definition, X 310

eternity and, IV 421

Space and, X 310-11

Space & Motion, IV 220, 291

Time and, X 358

See also Eternity; Time

Durga (Sk.):

III 329

Durvasas (Sk.):

immaculately conceived, VI 262

Dushtagamani (Sk.):

V 248

Dus-Kyi-Khor-lo:

See Kalachakra

Dust:

cosmic, & spectroscopy, X 382

Duty(ies):

abstention from denunciation is

Theosophical, X 197

defence of others is, of Theosophist,

X 197

definition, III 141

Dharma as natural, III 142

of disciple, VIII 292-95; XII 590

of E.S. members, XII 494-98, 501-11

to fellow Theosophists, XII 591

of fostering universal ethics, IV 497, 500

H.P.B. and, V 121

man has mystic, III 141-42

See also Dharma

Duw:

god of Britons, II 90

Dvaita Vedanta (Sk.):

dualistic Vedanta of Madhava, XII

343-44 & fn.

on human & universal souls, V 13 (41)

not pantheistic, XII 344 fn.

teaches pure Deism, XII 344 fn.

Dvapara Yuga (Sk.):

IV 551 fn., 552; VI 77-78 (86), 117

Dvaraka (Sk.):

in Puranic legend, XIV 247-48

word origin cp. to Thebes, XIV 248

Dvivedi, Manilal N.:

Monism or Advaitism?:

on divisions of Prakriti, XIII 67-68

on pranic cycles, XIII 71-72

"The Puranas":

essay on, XIII 158

Dweller(s) on the Threshold:

Elementary & priest, I 117

as Kama-Manasic spook, XII 636

are within, VII 242

Dwija(s) [Sk. Dvija]:

degraded, become Vrishalas, V 307-08

Initiates and, VII 348

as orthodox Brahmin, IX 130

twice-born, as initiate, XI 177 (185);

XIV 140, 271 fn., 274

twice-born Brahman, V 297 fn.

Dyadin:

Hillarion travels near, III 213, 216

Dyaus (Sk.):

Brahma and, II 486

Surya and, XI 67-69

Dyaus-Pitar [Sk. Dyaush Pitri]:

as both Father & Son, XI 68

Dyava-Prithivi (Sk.):

"Heaven & Earth" concept degraded,

XI 68

Dyer, Wm. T.T (1843-1928):

Kumbum tree and, IV 350

bibliog., IV 646

Dynasties:

of gods & giants, VII 108

Dzins:

See Daij-Dzins

Dzog-pa'i-Ku [Tib. rdzogs-pa'i-sku]:

body of bliss in Tibetan, XIV 392 fn.

See also Sambhogakaya

Dzu-trul [Tib. rDzu-'phrul]:

mesmeric attraction, VI 107

Dzyan:

antediluvian spirit of, XII 28

Buddha attained, in previous lives,

XIV 400

meaning, XIV 400

Path of, won by merit, XIV 400

as Theosophy, XI 235 (271)