Volume XV

 

E index

 

Eagle:

John of the Apocalypses and, XI

75 fn.

as symbol of Sun, XI 75 fn.

Eagle

on numerals in a hornblende boulder,

II 192

Earth(s):

astral life of, X 277

Avξchi is this, XII 633, 635

confusion on, X 105-06

as Demeter or Ceres, XI 93-94

divided into 7 zones, XIV 359

divisions of, sublunary sphere, XIV

165 fn.

envisioned by Chela on trial, XIV

165 fn.

every Mayavic condition on, XIV 386

first incarnated men on, XIII 49

fog of vice over surface of, II 399

fourth planet, its role, I 112

higher aspects of, XIV 277

Ialdabaōth is spirit of, XIII 57, 98

an illusive emanation of its prototype,

XIV 243

inferior to Jupiter, X 342

Isis and, XIV 155, 243, 265

Lactantius on, XIII 90

-Life is "outer darkness," XIII 76

magnetic current of, & astral

projection, IV 489

magnetism of, & position in sleep, IV

405

moon &, interchangeable, XI 70 fn.

as mother, III 459

not a sacred planet, X 340

Planetary Spirits and, X 341

pre-adamite, & tanmatras, IV 336

presiding planets and, XIV 201, 332

in Rasa Mandala, XIV 332

seven, in Avesta, IV 525

seven regions of, VII 274-75

sin-laden Astral Light of, XIII 75-76

Slavonian legend about, & the Jews,

XI 361

sphericity & rotation of, denied by

clergy, III 311-12

Spirit of the, X 346; XIII 12

substitute for secret planet, X 340

terrestrial spirit of, not of high grade,

X 341

Vedas on evolution of, I 227

water &, needed for procreation, XIV 243

womb of, & cosmic matrix, VII

227 fn.

worst day of existence is on, VIII 124

See also GIobe(s); Chain, Planetary

Earth-Life:

is Prologue to mystery drama of

higher worlds, V 90

rupa & arupa lokas and, V 90

Earthbound:

elementaries & phenomena, I 286

fiendish revenge of an, soul, I 352

guides, I 270

Khunrath an, elementaries, I 287

Earthquake(s):

accurately predicted by Falb, III 147

et seq.

& other disasters, XI 356

Peruvian cities and, II 333

predicted by astrology, III 199; VI 198

in Sunda Straits, V 199-200 fn.

victims of, VI 140

East:

all temple portals faced, XIV 222

influences Western philosophy, XIV

15-16, 444

Secret Wisdom of the, XIV 46 fn.,

443-53

spiritual hunger for philosophy of the,

XII 308

as symbol, XI 83

teachings of the, allegorical, XIV

45-46, 444

West &, as unlike as day & night, II

406

The East:

on Olcott's curative powers, IV 464

Easter:

VIII 363 (383 fn.)

origin of, XI 70

originally on Vernal Equinox, XIV

137

other cardinal sacred events and, XIV

137

Easter Island:

ansated cross and, VII 297

solitary witness to prehistoric

continent, VII 292-93

Eastern:

Esotericism in, Sacred Books, XIV 444

religion on reincarnation, XIV 56

Sadducees at one with, Esotericism,

XIV 181-82

Eastern Orthodox Church:

Councils contradictory, XIV 144-46

did not secede from Apostolic

Church, XIV 125

Filioque of, near Oriental Esotericism,

IX 360 fn. (388 fn.)

older & purer than Roman, XIV 125

rites of, derived from Chaldeans, XIII

337-38

See also Church Councils; Greek

Orthodox Church; Russian Church

Eastern School of Theosophy:

See Esoteric Section

Eaton, Col.:

spirit-daughter of, is wedded in

Summerland, II 176 fn.

Eben Shetiyyah (Heb.):

perfect cube, XI 174 (182)

Ebers, Georg Moritz (1837-1898):

Amon-Chnemu and, III 131

as Egyptologist, III 131

Eberty, Gustav:

———— The Stars and the Earth . . .:

how published, IV 284-85

Ebion (fl. 2nd? C.):

Epiphanius on, XIV 151

felt Christ was a man, XIV 151

———— Clementine Homilies:

VIII 183

on Mysteries of Jesus, XIV 162 & fn.

other Clementine literature and, VIII

221-22

rf. to author of, XIV 150

on Secret Doctrine of Jesus, XIV 162

Ebionites:

believed Jesus a man, XIV 150 fn.,

151

earliest Christians, XIV 150 & fn.

Epiphanius laments upon, XIV 151

on Evangel of the, XIV 149-50 & fn.

followers of the Nazarenes, IV 239;

XIV 150

Ecclesiastes:

VII 30 q., 42; XIII 161 q.

cp. with Ecclesiasticus, XIV 319 & fn.

on man & beasts, II 12 (23); VII 17,

258

on search with wisdom, XIV 242

Ecclesiasticism:

H.P.B.'s contempt for, VI 62

Latin, & the Reformation Protestants,

XIV 70

Ecclesiasticus (or Wisdom of Jesus):

VIII 28 fn.; XI 221 (257-58 & fn.);

XIII 101 fn. q.; XIV 46 fn.,

61 & fn. q.

on de Mirville's sources, XIV 319 & fn.

on sun as spirit, XIV 319

bibliog., XI 593

Echo (London):

confused, XI 19-20

Echo (New York):

I 406

organ of Secret Societies, I 390-91

(391-92)

publ. by Sotheran, I 369 fn., 379 fn.

Echod:

the One or Ain-Soph, X 398

Echograph:

foretold invention, XIII 292

Eclectic Theosophical School:

developed about 300 B.C., XIV 305-06

higher doctrines in, II 95

main features, XIV 300, 309

Neo-Platonic ecstasis of, XIV 300-01

penalties for breaking Initiation vows,

XIV 309

Philalethians of the, XIV 27, 308-09

on Planetary Spirits, XIV 300

prototype of the T.S., XIV 305, 308

on Spiritual mediators, XIV 300

teachings of, II 90

Theurgy of, XIV 300, 309

various philosophies taught in, II 88-89

See also Neo-Platonism;

Philaletheian(s)

Eclectics:

of Alexandria, XI 92

Economist:

Armenians, Russians and, II 263-65

Ecstasy:

attained by Neo-Platonists, II 94

Edda:

Odin's Rune-song, IX 264 et seq.

Yggdrasill of, III 460

bibliog., IX 413

See also Kalevala

Eddy Brothers:

apparitions at, during H.P.B.'s stay, I

31-35, 53

H.P.B. defends, I 36 et seq.

biog., 1 461-62

Eddy Homestead:

apport of large stone at, IV 174

Eddy, William:

genuine medium, I 35, 351

phenomena peculiar to, III 15, 28

sιances of, VI 290-91

Eden:

fable of, XIII 330

Fall from, VIII 367 (386)

garden of, V 224

garden of, & Hesperos, VIII 18

garden of, as Womb, XII 556-57

good & evil and, VIII 117

or Israēl, XIII 23

pyramid and, XIV 208

traditions based on Himalayan, XIV 90

union with Elohim, XIII 23

See also Genesis

Edge, Henry T. (1867-1946):

personal pupil of H.P.B., XII 499

bio-bibliog., XII 737-46

Edinburgh Encyclopaedia:

on teachings of Ammonius, XIV 307

Edinburgh Review:

XIII 187 fn.

Edison, Thomas A. (1847-1931):

believed atoms had intelligence, XII

130, 133

criticized as dreamer, XII 133

escaped the rack, II 33

eternity of sound and, II 499 (506)

member of T.S., II 36; XII 130

Olcott sees, about phonograph, I 429

represented by E.H. Johnson, I 430

Editor(s):

as Bashi-Boozooks of Mrs. Grundy's

Army, III 232

cannot please all, V 118 plight of, XI 368-70

Edkins, Rev. Joseph (1823-1905):

on Buddhism, IX 135 et seq., 148

on secret schools in Orient, XII

345-46

Chinese Buddhism:

on Amida-Buddha, XIV 425

Amitabha Yoshi Fo, XIV 426 fn.

on Aphorisms of Lin-tse, XIV 452

on esoteric doctrine of Buddha, XI

345

on "Esoteric Schools" in, XIII

147 fn.; XIV 445, 447-49

Gods as ideas in, XIV 426 fns.

on growth of Buddhism, IX 143-44

Kwan-yin legend, XIV 426

on Metempsychosis in, XIV 448 & fn.

mistaken ideas in, XIV 445 et seq.,

449-52

on transmigration, IX 147 fn.

Western Paradise of, XIV 448 & fn.

bio-bibliog., IX 413

bibliog., XI 572

Edmonds, Judge John Worth

(1816-1874):

IV 353

eleven million Spiritualists acc. to, I

48

Edmunds, Dr.:

Dialectical Society and, III 234 fn.

Edom:

seven kings of, VIII 144

Education:

J.R. Buchanan's ideas about, VI 46

effects of modern, X 201-03

falls into five classes, VI 47-48

de Gubernatis' views on university, VI

46-47

liberal, a misnomer, VI 46

mother has right to guide, of child, X

83

Edward I (1239-1307):

R. Lully and, I 107 fn.

Edward the Confessor, King (?-1066):

V 252

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758):

II 159

bio-bibliog., II 528

Eeatzana, (Anjana) King (fl. 650 B.C.):

Buddha's chronology and, V 249

Eeatzana (Itsana) Era: Burmese, V 249

Eck, Sven (1900-1966):

———— Damodar ...:

II 489 fn.

rf. to Vega Phenomena in, III 505

Effluvia:

absorbed by fresh milk, II 399

spook-creating, XII 61

Effort:

no, ever lost, XII 60

Egeria:

cave and, III 465

Egg:

analogy of, & human principles, XII

520-21

Mundane, & Brahma's creation, XIV

241

Mundane, septenary, XIV 198

serpent &, symbol in mounds, II

314-15

See also Auric Egg; Gestation

Egg-Born:

Will-power creates the, XI 489

Eggregores:

giants of Enoch, VI 175, 176

Eginhardus (770?-840):

bio-bibliog., XIII 381

Eglinton, William (1857-1933):

emerging Chhaya and, XII 705

epilepsy and, VII 61

Founders did not meet, in India, IV

83 et seq.

left India at right time, IV 86

phenomena of, genuine, IV 28-30

phenomenon on S.S. Vega, IV xxiii

remarkable medium, VII 320 (334)

test sιances with, III 143-46, 488

bio-bibliog., III 503-05

Ego(s):

absolute, IX 135

on Adept's purified, after death, XIV

384 & fn., 386-87

All, same in essence, XII 15

annihilation of, IV 251

antecedent experiences of, XII 17

astral, VI 109

astral, and highest principle in sleep,

III 436

astral double of former incarnation

can affect, XII 712-13

as astral man & animals, I 294-95

capacities of inner, III 437

as Christos & Atman or God, XII 625

conscious individual, not

disintegrated, V 20-21 (48-49)

conscious thinking, & mayavi-rupa, X

220

Devachan and, XII 608-09

distinct from body, XIII 289

dowry from former births, XIV 382

in dreams, X 260

duality of man's, XII 415

earthbound, as shell, VII 229

earthbound, in Devachan, III 295

ecstasy reached in Self-control of,

XIV 54

Egyptian teachings about, XI 8

as "embodiment of Universal Mind,"

XII 137, 414-15

as Fifth principle, XII 630; XIII 54

foreboding dreams and, IV 245

has free will, II 9 (20)

human & divine, II 7 (18)

human, made into devil, II 7 (18)

immortal, VII 185, 229

immortal, is reincarnating, X 175

immortal, only consolation of poor,

VIII 64 (86)

immortal, & personalities, VII 179

immortality conditional for, II 7-8

(18-19); XII 374

incarnated, superior to Intelligences

awaiting birth, XI 64

incarnation cycle of, XIV 49, 382

indivisible All and, XI 246 (283)

inexhaustible essence of, XII 624

& fn.

of infants & idiots, IV 549

informing, X 314

knows, VIII 96

lives over whole life at death, XI 447

lower, as Chrēstos, XIV 88 fn.

lower, electro-vital field, XII 370

Manas is real, VII 179; XII 58

as Manasaputra, XII 607 fn.

mutual attraction of, V 79

never recedes into animal kingdom,

XI 138 fn.

of Nirvani disappears, XIV 376-77

& fn.

non-Ego and, VII 179

non-separateness of, XIII 32

omniscience of Immortal, XII 232

the One, IX 140

only one real, in man, VII 205

paralyzed by external man, VII 308

passes through every animal form, XI

138 fn.

Perfect, is Non-, XIV 436

performing artist on physical man,

XII 15

permanent, X 246

post-mortem condition of astral, IV

246-47

potential rebirth of, after death, III

292

Present is only time for Inner, II

470 fn.

punishment of, VII 111

real, acts independently in sleep, X

251

real, confused with personality, VII

185

real freedom, after death, X 325

re-become one, in Devachan, XII 631

reflection of Higher, XI 492 fn.

reimbodying, & its ray-point, XII

651-52

reincarnating, is Karana Sarira, XI

476

reincarnation and, XI 137

relation of Higher & Lower, XII

709-12

remains the same, X 176

seeking refuge in Alaya, XII 636

or self-being, I 336

sensations of, VIII 94

Spiritualists' confusion about, VII 187

of spiritually evil men, III 298

stripped of lower principles in kama-

loka, IX 164

sub-states of consciousness and, XIII

289

suicides, III 210-11

sympathy between, V 84

terra incognito to science, XII 227,

232

transcendental, VIII 96, 97

as Tree of Life, XII 630

true, & causal body, X 219

true, & mother's role, X 83

unites with Atman-Christos, VIII 369

(389)

Universal, XIII 32

voluntary "sacrificial victim," XII

358 fn., 635

See also Divine Ego; Higher Ego;

Personal Ego; Spiritual Ego;

Personality; Self

Egoism:

Kama-Manas can become, XII 631

labor for others must destroy, XI 469

mediocrity and, XI 216-17 (252)

of Yogis, XI 218 (2S4)

Egotism:

bundle of, disappears at death, VII

186

a Devil, VIII 58 (80)

must give way to Altruism, VIII 55

(77)

predominance of evil due to, VIII 116

See also Selfishness

Egypt:

Atlantis and, IV 447

burial places of, XIV 288-89

cradle of chemistry, XIII 240

degeneration of, XIV 350

descent of Healer-Kings of, XIV 253

Dravidians of India civilized, XI 227

(263)

esoteric meaning of, XIII 37, 240

Essenes formed by wandering scribes

of, XIV 294

Ethiopian invasion of, XIV 297

exodus of Israelites from, XIII 30, 37

Gen. de Fadeyev and, III 506-07

gnostic Rulers as, XIII 36-37

India once included archaic, III 420

initiated priests of, XI 6 fn., 511-12

(534)

magical performances in, VII 94 et

seq.

Massey on, III 484 et seq.

Moses & Hierophants of, XIV 172,

195 fn., 196

never subjected to cataclysm, XIII 319

possible earthquake in, XI 356

profaned her Mysteries, XIV 294

symbolism of man's 7 principles in, X

48-54 (55-62)

treasures of, at Paris Exhibition, XI

358

Urvagans and, VII 96-97

wisdom of, sought by ancients, VII 123

 

Egyptian(s):

adept & Olcott, I 87

alphabet cp. with Devanagari, XIV

96-97

ancient Hapimu and, XIII 319

ancient, not colony of Atlantis, IV

447

ancient records of, priests, VII 278

antiquity of, papyri, XIV 170, 348

arts & sciences to be revived, XIII 320

Aryans &, from same stock, XI 338

Astrologers were Initiates, XIV 344

breast-plate of, priests, VII 236

Cheops & decline of, priestcraft, XIV

297

civilization cp. to Atlantean, XIII

319-20

colonizers from Lanka, V 286

correlations of Gods & Goddesses,

XIV 155-56

cosmogony in, symbolism, XIII 75-76

crib as birthplace of Sun, VIII 363-64

& fn. (383 & fn.)

cubit & Masonic inch, XIV 67, 91-92,

195 fn.

custom of skeleton at festival table,

XI 41

divine characters of, similar to those

of Peru, II 306

Esotericism, XIV 68, 125, 251-52, 294

funeral ritual, XIV 337

God of the Mysteries, XIII 240

hieroglyphics, XIV 207 fn., 344

hierophants & ascetics of India, XIV

22

hierophants & sacred numbers, XIV

63, 195-96, 344

Huxley on, & Dravidians, V 285

in Huxley's classification of races, V

217

ideas on the moon, XIII 23

ideas on transmigration, IV 559

Indo-Caucasians, II 394

inherit Atlantean Initiate system, XIV

252

Initiation Rite, XIV 279, 288-89

Isis of, Initiates, XIV 292

Jews borrowed from, XIV 170,

172 fn., 195 fn., 197, 207

lion in N:T. imagery, XIII 279

magic in, religion, VII 105 et seq., 224

on man's constitution, VII 189-90

& fn., 224

mysteries of Osiris, XIII 32 Neter-Khari of, V 298

not inclined to Spiritualism, VII 117

not of 4th race, V 286

occult theory of life-atoms, V 110

Pantheon, XIII 29, 322

Papyrus on Sun, XIV 270-71

philosophy oldest known to Europe,

IX 80

Priests as sages, XIV 252, 306

pyramid of Cheops' outer casing, XI

359

represented elementals on papyri, VI

195

researches of, on elemental beings, VI

195

secret speech of the, XIV 97, 125, 294

Sorcerer's fate, VII 117-18, 128-30

source of, religion, XIV 175, 350

symbolic carving of, Initiation, XIV

148

symbolism of, cross, IX 273-74; XIV

151-53, 207

teaching on Septenary Man, XIV

380-81

texts, records & astronomy of, XIII

231-32 fn., 322

Therapeutae, XIV 306

Theurgy & Iamblichus, XIV 300

theurgy & "spectral" soul of, VII 224

Trinity derived from Indians, XIV

186, 381

woman cp. to modern, XII 270

Egyptian Dirge:

H.P.B. on, X 208-09, 213 fn.

recalled from past life, X 208-12

Egyptian Mysteries:

Jesus an Initiate of, XIV 283-84

known since Menes, XIV 269

traced, XIV 36, 68, 125, 170, 186,

251-54, 269, 294, 297-98, 306

Egyptian Rite:

after-death state and, XII 626

Cagliostro and, XII 82-83

Egyptologists:

Baron Bunsen on antiquities, XIV 125

& fn., 297

challenge Church, XIV 72

on dethroning of ancient theocracy,

XIV 297

discoveries of pre-Mosaic relics, XIV 72

Eheieh (Heb.):

absolute Be-ness, VIII 143, 147

Adonai and, IX 64

definition, VIII 368 (387 & fn.)

or I am, VI 317

meaning, IX 360 fn. (388 fn.); XIV

189

name of a Sephirah, XIV 189 & fn.

Eheih (or Eheyeh):

See Eheieh

Eichhorn, John G. (1752-1827):

IV 234

Eidōla (Gk.):

materialized, I 293

one translation of teraphim, VII 231

Eidōlon:

VII 181, 192, 196, 223 fn.

Agrippa on, IV 595

astral body, VII 224

attracted to ashes, VII 227 & fn.

kama-loka and, VII 227

middle principle, VII 224

natal state and, XII 610

no rebirth for, VII 198

part of triple man, VII 207

personal ego and, VII 227

personification by, III 395

shade and, II 173

or simulacrum, II 5 (16)

teraphim translated as, VII 231

Unity creates an Eikon or, XIV 213

Eiffel Tower:

fungi of commercial enterprise, XI

355

glory will fade, XI 198

Michaelangelo's art cp. to, XIII 183

pyramid of Ghizeh and, XII 310

a useless "proud tower," XI 194

Eight:

Cabiri and, XII 68 fn.

dreaded ogdoad, XII 68 & fn.

Postulates equality among men, XII

68

principles of Egyptians &

Phoenicians, XII 68 fn.

symbol of Lower Self, XII 68 & fn.

Eighteen Eighty-Nine (1889):

events of, recapitulated, XII 76

potentiality of digits in, XI 119 (133)

Eighteen Ninety (1890):

compared to Roman Empire era, XII

95-97 (102-04)

cyclic swan of, XII 106

fatal year of, XII 77

meaning of numbers in, XII 68-69

mephitic passing of, XII 383-84

occult future of, XII 69, 77

prospects for, XII 67-69, 91 (97)

Eighteen Ninety-Seven (1897):

Brothers of Shadow lose grip on

Humanity after, XII 601-02

closing cycle of, XII l

Eighth Sphere:

furnace of Nature, VI 178

idea of, criticized, VI 185

majority of the spiritually evil go to,

III 298

monad, personality and, IV 572-73

moon &, in Esoteric Buddhism as

blinds, XII 622

not a place but a state, VI 179

Eirenaeus Philalethes (1622?-1665):

on macrocosm, XI 518-19 (541)

Mediaeval Kabalist, XIV 167

———— A Breviary of Alchemy . . . :

H.P.B. on parts of, XII 53-55

———— Ripley Revived:

on alchemical writings, XI 521 (544)

———— Secrets Revealed . . . :

on alchemy, XI 519 (542)

H.P.B. on parts of, XII 52-53

bio-bibliog., XI 573; XII 746-47

Eitel, Ernest J. (1838-1908):

on secret schools in Orient, XII

345-46

Ekklēsia (Gk.):

definition, XIII 16

in Valentinian symbolism, XIII 16, 66 fn.

Ekoddish˜a:

IX 263

Ektrōma:

or abortion, XIII 16

Eleatics:

on deity of, III 62

See also Parmenides

Eleazar (fl. ca. 250 B.C.):

the Septuagint's muddled history and,

IX 95 & fn.

Eleazar, Rabbi (fl. 2nd C. A.D.):

XIV 179

helped compile Zohar, I 110; VI 320

helped complete work of his father,

XIV 169

one of last initiates of 7 mysteries,

VIII 147 fn.

biog., VI 433

 

 

 

Eleazar, Son of Aaron (13th? C. B.C.):

census and, III 117-18

Elect:

"Heart" alone can transmute the, XII

236

humility helps produce the, XII

236-37

the "world's," XII 317-19

Elect Root:

dispersed, XIV 82

guarded Sacred Science, XIV 68

refers to Initiates, not the Jews, XIV 82

saved from conflagration, XIV 81

Electra:

fable of, hides nature of Electricity,

IV 224

Electric:

Fluid is one of 7 Sons of Fohat, XII

620

"lighting craze," XII 77, 111

magnetic &, fluids, XII 398-99

shocks from nerve-centers during

sleep, X 246

Electricity:

astral, & evil entities, IX 400S

astral light and, III 376

atomic in nature, VIII 323

basically matter, IV 213

discharged by fishes, III 22

energy of, can transfer to another

plane, XII 399

essence & origin of life, IV 225

exists in everything, X 382

Fohat & molecular disturbance, X

380-81

Fohatic, & hypnotism, X 394

Fohatic, or Intra-cosmic, X 394

generated in muscles, III 22-23

heat & light as illusions, XII 359

insanity from, III 285

Lodge's text on, uses occult ideas, XII

265

magnetism and, XII 398-99

man's own system of forces and, IX

400D

mental, forms Pineal Gland

concretions, XII 619

nature of, as matter & force, IV 205

et seq., 224

not energy but ether, XII 265

One Life and, X 354

one of "Three Mothers," XIV 64-65

potential, in every atom, IV 215

a "principle" of matter, X 379-80

Solar storehouse of, XIV 225

somnambulism and, II 283-84

source of, beyond radiant matter, IV

224

source of, in elementary globules, IV

216

stored in some people, III 23 et seq.

Universal Force, XIV 225

vital, in sunspots, V 160

See also Fohat

Electrobiology:

ignorant of Foliat, XII 146

Electro-magnetic Induction:

terrestrial, & mediums, III 247 fn.

Electrometer:

cannot show fluids of higher plane,

XII 399

Electron:

hinted at, IV 316

Electroscope:

astral projection of images and, IV

488-89

Element(s):

atomic structure of, endowed with

consciousness, XII 149

Brahma is the One, VI 142

Chemical, cp with terrestrial, X

365-66

chemical, in the sun, V 156

conflicting, equilibrate Societies, II

210

cosmic, & Dhyan-Chohans, VII 188

of Creation, Preservation &

Destruction, XIV 100

divine, beyond words, XIII 68 elementals and,

X 366

elementary substances and, IV 210-11

as emanations of deity in Hinduism,

XII 149

in Esoteric religious symbology, XIV

243

Ether contains other, X 366

evolution from, VII 283-84

exoteric & esoteric, V 23-24 (52)

fifth, now evolving, XIII 68

five, of ancient world, XIV 100 fn.

Forty-nine, XIII 53

four German numbers and, XIV

100 fn.

four, & INRI, XIV 158

four primary, I 330

four, subjective & objective, XIV 157

& fn., 187

governed by invisible spirits, VII 37

in abscondito, X 349

infinite divisibility of, IV 212, 216

in Kabalistic Quaternary, XIV 187

Man the, XIII 77

meta-, and, XI 508 (531)

mystic meaning of term, XI 117 (128)

no such thing as chemical, X 307

non-human beings in, III 338

occult, & conception, I 284-85

occultists recognize but One, V 23

(52)

the One, III 423; X 349; XIV 210, 235

the One, & Light, IV 220

origin of, of science, VI 192

primordial, X 381

quintuplicated, & 14 worlds, VII 85

root-, & their inter-relation, X 349

sequence of manifestation of, X 376

seven, in nature, IV 166

spirits of the, & divination, VII 234

twelve, XIII 67-68

twenty-five, make up a man, III

321-22

unity of One throughout Nature, VII

43

Universal, defined, X 366

Universal, homogeneous, VI 192

water as first cosmic, X 366

Elemental(s):

Adepts use, in magic, XIV 118 & fn.,

311

affected by thoughts, IX 105

of Air fill public places, XII 535

air, or Dzins, VI 386

alcohol or drugs awaken dangerous,

XII 685

all elements have, VI 197

can animate objects, VII 225

appellations in the Puranas, XII 187

assume forms found in auras of

people, IX 400A

astral perception and, IX 400G

attached to two lower kingdoms, X

362

brotherhood and, IX 111

cases of misuse of, IX 115-16

as centers of energy, IX 400B

Church Fathers on, XII 188

clairvoyance and, III 248

communication with, IX 240; XII

190-91, 197-98, 203

concentrate Karma, IX 111

conception and, I 284-85

control of, by H.P.B., XIV 479

controlled by occult means, IV 103

correlations of color, sound and, IX

240, 400C

Cyprian on, XIV 165

dangerous & benevolent, VI 169

definitions, I 330; VI 187 et seq.; VII

234; IX 104, 109; X 366

demons or, in Gnōsis, XII 560

described, VI 187-201

determine temperment, I 285, 287; V

103

Deva-yonis of the Hindus, XII 202

difference between, & shells, XIV 480

"dimensions" of matter and, IX 110

elementaries and, I 268-69, 284, 330;

V 26 (55); IX 107-08

elements and, III 252-53, X 366

as entities in space, 1X 400Q

every plant clothes an, X 362

fire, & foetus, V 103

forces & occult sound, IV 166

form astral body of infants, I 298

formless, are centers of force, VI 197

harsh criticism attracts, IX 126

have no moral character, IX 113

H.P.B.'s article on, its date & nature,

VI 184-86

help in divination, VII 234

hide treasures, IX 116, 124-26

highest, & Rasatala, XII 666, 684

how secrets of, are guarded, IX 114

human magnetism and, IX 124-28

hurt by sword, IX 400I

information on, withheld, IX 112-13

intimately related to Karma, IX 110-11

invisible world and, I 73

kingdoms infused by 3 Hierarchies,

XII 567

known in Orient for centuries, XII

301

kyriology of, XII 187

life-, & homunculi, IX 79

light and, IX 106

live in & through objects, IX 400C

as man's creations, X 366

many classes of, IX 110, 127

masquerades of, defined, XII 560-61

mediums and, VI 225

men of the future, IV 590

menstruation and, VI 340-41

metals and, IX 127-28

misused in future by wicked men, IX

113

mulaprakriti and, V 173

nature & feats of, X 271-72

nature of, III 248

nature of, difficult to explain, IX 112

or nature-spirits, III 477

Nature-Spirits & Cosmocratores, XIV

344

Neo-Platonic & Pagan belief in, XII

187-88

non-intelligent, IV 103

North Pole magnetic current carries,

VI 340

objects have no cognitive existence

for, IX 400C

phenomena and, I 285

physical manifestations and, VI 194

power of, used for gain, IX 115-16

prakritic consciousness and, XII

678-79

present pictures in meditation, XII

693

produce physical phenomena, XIV

478-79

protection of occult pupils from, XII

535

psychic embryos and, VI 196, 197

purified Ego will dominate, XII 560

role of, in evocation story, I 352

satirized, XII 189

secrets of, protected from abuse, IX

114

seize mental images during sιances, X

222

sexual union between man and, X 156

some, are dangerous to man, XII

684-85

spirits' in Languedoc, XIII 272

as spirits of Elements, X 366

"spirits" of "Summerland," XII 188,

190-97

spiritual impulse and, V 174-75

Spiritualists and, II 80

suicides used by, IX 107-08

supply molecular force to mediums,

III 248

Sylphs, Undines, Gnomes &

Salamanders, XII 190

Tanhic, XII 609-10, 649, 704, 708

term used prior to Theosophical

Society, III 251

on those who "beard" the, XII 61

three degrees of, V 173

on trained, providing information, IX

114

visually perceived, IX 106

von Vay and, I 281

will live someday on earth, III 270

world of, affected by man's actions,

IX 110-11

world of, universally recognized, II

259-60

See also Lhamayin; Sylph(s);

Undine(s) & other nature spirits

Elementary(ies):

Agrippa on, IV 594-95

animals may attract, VI 211

astral of man can be replaced by, VII

138

attached to statues, VII 219, 223 fn.

Bhutas or, II 74; III 424-25

danger of possession by, XIV 487-92

definition, II 510

or Diakka, 1 135, 140

earth-bound guides usually, I 270

Eidolōn or, in seances, III 395

elementals &, cp., I 268-69, 284-85; IV

590

evil, obsess objects or people, VII

207-08

fashion apparitions, III 474

genii, demons, lares confused with

"spirits," XII 197

globules & spark of life, IV 216

of human body may ascend after

death, I 364 (368)

immorality between, & men, IV 300

impersonate departed souls, XIV

482-83

Khunrath on, I 286-87, 329

Lιvi on, & second death, I 329-30

limited to locale of death, XIV 490-91

malice of, towards people, I 141, 142

masquerades of, defined, XII 560-61

medium and, VI 225

motives of, are bad or non-existent,

IX 108

nature of, spirits, I 112

not all, are annihilated, I 298

phenomena and, I 285-86

post-mortem offerings and, V 312-13

powerful, not really dead, IX 107-08

principalities, VII 37

reliquiae of personal soul, V 82

at sιances, IX 107

as shells, VI 195-96

spirit of, in Devachan, V 18 (47)

spirits, VII 234

suicides and, III 210-11

term applied to some Egyptian gods,

III 478

treated as "gods" by fools, VII 208

as vampires, I 284; VI 210-11

vicious parents attract, I 285

victims of obsession by, I 141, 191

Zoroastrians and, VI 340

See also Bhoot(s); Diakka; Eidolōn;

Lares; Sιances; Shells; Spooks;

Vampires etc.

Elephant:

Sivatherium and, II 336

worship of, in India, XII 382

Elephanta, Cave of:

profaned, I 407

Eleusinian Mysteries:

Brahmanical Vedic rites and, XIV

123 fn.

burlesqued, XIII 26

cause of, degradation, XI 87-88

Ceres-Demeter as patroness of, XII

214

Clement initiated into, XIV 36, 274-75

excellency & purpose of, XI 86-87

Indian origins of, XIV 451-52 fn.

influenced Neo-Platonism, XIV 300

Jewish Mysteries and, XIV 36, 274

on magistrates of, XIV 114

Mystae of, & modern Masonry, XI 88-89

part of Little Mysteries, XI 493-94

Paul and, XIV 114, 123

Religion of Mankind once, XI 93

survived longest, XI 93

use of mirror in, XIV 451 fn.

will have a successor, VIII 205

See also Ceres; Dionysus(os);

Initiation(s); Mystae; Mysteries

Elias:

in Aeōns, XIII 13

as Buddhi, XI 492

John and, XI 492-93

John the Baptist and, XIII 13

Soul of the Rulers and, XIII 13

Elias Levita (1469-1549):

on Masorah, III 453 fn,

bio-bibliog., III 505

Elijah:

hears "small voice" in cave of Horeb,

XIV 131

a Nazarene, III 451 fn.

seeks the Lord, II 388

as seer, V 250

Elisa of Lucca, Princess (1777-1820):

Paganini's playing and, II 219, 237

Elixir of Life:

Adepts refuse use of, IV 3; XI 517

(540)

Brown-Sequard and, XII 389

as Cybelē, XII 214

"elixir of death" or, XII 603

Mahatmas have discovered, VIII 400

or Great Elixir, XI 515 (538)

as real ozone, XII 110

ultimate essence of everything, XII

603

Elixir, Red:

meaning of, III 335, 336, 338

Ellenborough, Lady (1807?-1881):

presented with "Messianic" amulet,

XIV 153

biog., XIV 526-27

Elliot, Gilbert:

article footnoted by H.P.B., V 288,

293

Elliotson, Dr. John (1791-1868):

II 277 fn.; IV 380

denounced for oration on mesmerism,

XII 224

founder of Mesmeric Hospital, XII

224

bio-bibliog., II 528

biog., IV 646

Elks, Dr. Ashton:

thought H.P.B. near death, VII 301

Ellmore, Fred S.:

on Indian fakirs, etc., XII 321-26

Elōhim:

Adam and, II 8 (19)

Aphrodite cp, to, XIV 214

Archangels and, XIV 111-12, 200-02,

210

Cain a transformed, XIV 44 fn.

Celestial Buddha cp. to, VI 111

collective father of generation, XIII

22

on "conformation" of, XIV 211

Cosmogonies cp. with, XIV 197-98

& fn., 202, 204

creating man, VIII 145 fn.

emanations of, XIV 237, 302

erroneously rendered "God," XiV

201-02, 210-11, 212, 213

feminine, VIII 173 fn.; XIV 213-14

are finite, IX 167

Forces of Nature, XIV 184, 204

Gematria & Mystical word division,

XIV 214-15

generating Powers, XIV 239

of Genesis, III 367 (387); XIV 197-98

& fn., 200-02

Gnostic, cp. to Hebrew, XIV 212

as Heavenly time-keepers, XIV 202

a Host of Creative powers, XIV 215,

217-18

involved material Creation only, XIV

212

Jehovah one of, VIII 214 fn.; XIV 215

of Justinus, XIII 43, 49

Kabalistic meaning of, XIV 43, 65,

67, 197 fn., 202, 208 & fn., 210-11,

212-15, 235, 239, 302

Kronus cp. with, XIV 202

Man is sevenfold image of, XIV

204-05

meaning of, pluralistic, VII 261 fn.; X

303; XI 24, 27; XIV 111, 197-98 fn.,

204, 210-11, 213-15, 235

"Mother of Formation" as, XIV

214-15

Mythical dragon astronomically, XIV

202-03

not Purusha or Prakriti, XIV 212

numerical key to, XIV 87 fn., 200-02,

208 & fn., 214-15, 235

Occult Theogony of, XIV 188 & fn.,

202

One God behind diverse, XIV 218

the Parentless of the S.D., XIV 202

& fn., 204-05

in Phoenician mythology, XIV 202

preceded Heavenly Father, XIV 204

pro-creating fire and, VIII 204 fn.

same as Sephirōth, X 398

Sēpher Yetzirah on, XIV 214

as seven inferior Planetary Angels,

XIV 210, 212

Seven Logoi as, X 303

seven, or Upper Father-Mother, VIII

145

seven Pitris identical with, XIV 202, 204

seven Primordial powers as, XIV 202,

204, 210

sixth Sephira and, VI 318

"Sons" of, astronomical terms, XIV

65, 201-02

symbolizes conjunction of Abba &

Aima, XIV 213-14

or Third Race, XIV 302

as transgressors, XIV 200-01, 204-05

Triad in relation to, XIV 213

union with Eden, XIII 23

unites Masculine & Feminine, XIV

211, 213-14

word God substituted for, XIV 242

& fn.

word-form yields pi, XIV 208 fn.

See also Elohists; Sephirōth

Elōhim-Jehovah:

Incarnation of the Word symbolized

in story of, VIII 356 (373)

Elohists:

believed man made in Elohim's image,

XIV 184

identified Deity with Nature, XIV 184

Jehovists cp. with, XIV 183-84

were Seers, XIV 183

Elpay (Scientist):

on physico-biologists & psychic reality,

XII 361

"Scientific Letters" of, XII 358

Elphinstone, M. (1779-1859):

———— The History of India:

on spirit of Upanishads, XII 346 fn.

textbook for British civil servants, I

239

on Vedanta, XII 344 fn.

———— Kingdom of Kabul:

on fakirs, etc., I 239 & fn.

bio-bibliog., I 462-63; XII 746

El-Shaddai:

the Almighty, XII 73

Lord of the Jews, XI 362

Elymas (fl. lst C.):

foe of Saint Paul, XIV 132

Elysian Fields:

deceased in, X 48 (55)

See also Aanru, Field of; Devachan

Elysium:

parable of Homer in, VII 205

Emanation(s):

Basilides on, of Aeōn, XIV 112-13

in Codex Nazaraeus, III 322

cycle of, from above, XIII 44

cycle of, & numbers, XIV 63, 186-87,

243-44

definition, X 359-60

Dhyani-Chohans and, XIII 9

dissolution &, acc, to Seneca, XIV 257

doctrine, XIV 111, 184-85, 236-37,

301-02, 413

of Elōhim, XIV 237, 302

every crowd has, XII 61

first, is feminine, X 302

from Deity, II 91

Hierarchy of, XIII 36

"immanations" and, XIV 216 fn.

Kabalistic system of, XIV 301-02

Manu on, XIV 412

One source of all, XII 570; XIV 310

Plērōma is totality of, from the One,

XII 570

psychic, & mediumship, II 396 et seq.

seven stages of, from Hierarchies, XII

550

Simon as 1st & 2nd, XIV 111

in Simon Magus' teachings, XII

553-56

ten, are Form of God, XIV 185, 212

ten, & Sephira, I 111-12

triune, of En-Soph, III 313

of twenty-four divine powers, III 321

Zohar on, of Sephirōth, XIV 189

See also Endosmosis; Evolution;

Extension; Manifestations)

Embryo(s):

four elementals affect, I 285

human, corresponds to Atman, XII

523

moment of, conception, I 284

potent object in black magic, XII

524 fn.

psychic, & children to be, VI 196

psychic, differ from elementals, VI 197

vicious parents infuse, with evil, I 285

See also Abortion; Conception;

Embryology; Foetus

Embryology:

foetal circulation and, XII 557 fn.

human, cp. to cosmic process, XII

523-24

seven parts of embryo and, XII

522-23

Emerald Tablet:

of Hermes Trismegistus, IX 45

Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882):

Epictetus and, IX 4

on soul, XIV 300

as transcendental idealist, II 208-09

————- The Over-Soul:

on union with Soul of World, II

95-96, 208

Emes:

Kabalistic elements, IX 290 fn.

Emotion(s):

man must become impervious to

physical, XII 55

masses seek, in their religion, II 447

See also Desire(s); Kama; Sensations;

Senses)

Emotionalism:

a nervous disease, XI 201

Empedocles (fl. 444 B.C.):

VII 123, 283; XIV 133

could quiet a gale, XIII 237

influence of Eastern philosophy on,

XII 347

on soul, VII 206 fn.

Emperors:

Kings &, once healers, XIV 253

Empiricism:

definition, XII 414

See also Science

Emptiness:

or Space, III 423

See also Space; Sunyata

Empusa:

a desert ghoul, VI 170

Empuses:

dreaded in Europe, XIV 134

Ιn (Gk.):

form in potentica, VII 283

Yliaster of Paracelsus corresponds to,

VII 283

Enchantment:

crime and, III 352

fascination & glamour in hypnotism,

XII 395-96

Encheiresis Naturae:

IX 60

Encyclopaedia(s):

French, IV 294

Russian medical, IV 312 fn.

Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry:

See Mackey, A.G.

Encyclopedia Americana:

quotes Llorente on victims of

Inquisition, VI 238 & fn.

bibliog., VI 433

Endor, Witch of:

See Sedecla

Endosmosis:

chemical laws cannot explain, XII 146

physiologist quoted on, XII 144-45, 146

shows discrimination of cells, XII

145-46

transmission of vital aura in healing,

XII 396

Enemy(ies):

calumniators &, as scavengers of T.S.,

XI 303

H.P.B. fears no, XI 306

Lane an, of T.S., XI 551 et Seq.

learning from, IX 10

Roman Catholicism is, of Esoteric

Section & TS., XI 339

of Theosophical Society, XI 163, 165,

168, 339

Energy(ies):

conservation of, IV 218

conservation of, & psychic activity,

XII 355

effect of, on planes, V 338-39

faith & will in curing illness, III 253

indestructible, IV 567

must manifest in a body, IV 221

relation of, to mass & velocity, IV

316

transmitted through vacuum, IV

315-16

triune Cosmic, III 314

universal, & life, VI 350

See also Force(s); Jiva; .Jivatma;Life;

Potencies; Prana

Engelmann, T.W. (1843-1909):

admits "psychic process" in

protoplasm, XII 143

experiments on Arcellae, XII 142-43

———— "Beitrδge zur Physiologie des

Protoplasm":

XII 142 fn.

on intelligence of Arcella organism,

XII 143

bio-bibliog., XII 746

England:

cost of justice in, XII 387-88

dynamite trade in, XIII 216

export of slaves from, XII 267 fn.

on freedom of speech & press in, XII

387-88

hypocritical cant of, XII 279-88, 290

"inferior" races and, XIII 221

old-fashioned laws in, IV 456 et seq.

reluctant to recognize foreign merit,

XII 405

Russia & India, III 75-77

Theosophical Society in, XII 298

See also Britain; British Isles

English:

poor language for philosophy, VII 51

Englishmen:

relations with Indians, II 298-302

Enlightenment:

of Buddha as enshrining his disciples,

XIV 390, 394 fn.

Buddha made, open to all, III 399

degrees of recall of, XIV 52

Initiation of Buddha and, XIV 400-01

inner, will save mankind, X 74-75

of Kasyapa at death of Buddha, XIV

444-45

See also Bodhi; Moksha; Nirvana

Ennemoser, Joseph (1787-1854):

I 139; V 291

———— History of Magic:

on Curι d'Ars, IV 381

H.P.B.'s penciled note on Henry More

in copy of, XIII 225 fn.

on loss of recorded Mysteries, XIII

234; XIV 297-98

bio-bibliog., 1463; V 373

bibliog., IV 646

Ennius, Quintus (239?-169 B.C.?):

VII 229

Ennodius of Pavia, Saint (473?-521):

first used title "Pope," V 252

bio-bibliog., V 373-74

Enoch:

or Chanoch, VIII 193 fn.

creative fire and, VIII 368 (387)

as great grandfather of Noah, XIV 86

meaning of, ascent to heaven, VI 280

on numerology of name, XIV 86

passed on Adam's mystery book from

Seth, XIV 175

as "Son of Man" personified, XIV 86,

113 fn., 188 fn.

stands for Solar Year, XIV 79 fn., 86,

93, 113 fn.

three distinct, in Bible, XIV 86 fn.

"Wheel of," an archaic invention, XIV

93-94

Enoch, Book of:

See Book of Enoch

Enoξchion:

means "internal eye" or Seer, XIV 81

Enos:

permutation of Cain & Abel, XIV 188

Son of Seth, or Man, XIV 113 fn.

symbol of solar year, XIV 113 fn.

En-Soph:

See Ain-Soph

Enthusiasm:

can lead to credulity, XII 196

Enpty(ies):

Builders are not, but Forces of

Nature, X 341-42

definition, X 380

Dhyani-Buddha not an, but a

Hierarchy X 343

as divine propeller of man, XII 369

forces and, VIII 325, 328

man a double-faced, XII 369

or principles in man, III 406, 407

"sensing" principle as an, XII 414

thoughts are, IX 16 fn.

uniting of individual, with universal,

V 93

variety of, in space, IX 400Q

Envoutements:

described by Eliphas Lιvi, XIV 31

Eosphoros:

Eos and, VIII 16

Lucifer or Morning Star, VIII 5-6, 10,

11, 18, 25, 27 fn.

See also Lucifer

Ephesians:

honored Apollonius with golden

statue, XIV 136

Ephesians:

 VIII 191 q., 213 fn. & q.; IX 364

(392); XI 486

human sacrifice and, X 92

on lords of darkness, XIV 304

on principalities, XIV 348 fn.

Ephod:

VII 231; XI 77

definition, VII 236 fn.

Epictetus (fl. Ist C.):

XIV 257

advice of, XI 47

aphorism of, XIII 211

Emerson and, IX 4

revered Apollonius, XIV 136

Discourses:

on Mysteries, XI 87 & fn.

bibliog., XI 573

Epicurus (ca. 341-270 B.C.):

II 169

on being impious, IV 498

beliefs shared by theosophist, IX 61

a Deist & Theosophist, XIII 307

on Gods, XIV 50 fn.

on infidels & atheists, XIV 50

on materialized Universe, XIII 307-08

on nature of gods, II 95

on the soul, XIII 307

Epidaurus (Greece):

fabled sacred dragon of, XIII 272

rotunda of, at Cos, XI 243 (279)

Epidemics:

history & dispersal of, XII 107-09

mental, aroused by sorcerers, VII 230

sunspot cycle and, III 193 & fn.

Epinoia (Gk.):

or Divine Thought, XII 558-59

first female manifestation of "God,"

XII 570

Epiphanius (315?-402):

on Barbēlō, XIII 24-25

on Jesus, VIII 382 fn.

reputation for untruth, XIV 121

on Simon Magus, XII 572; XIV 110

———— Contra Ebionitas:

on humanity of Christ, XIV 151

———— Panarion:

XIII 5

first Christian beliefs about Jesus,

XIV 150 fn.

on geneology of Jesus, IV 361 fn.

on original Matthew, IV 238 bibliog., IV 647

Epiphany:

Christian celebration of, XII 72

Christmas confounded with, II 163

definition, III 461

The Epiphany:

Rev. Theophilus' pamphlet and, VI 74

& fn.

 Theosophists and, VI 164, 170

bibliog., VI 450

Episcopal Church:

lawn party of, X 106-07

Episcope:

Egyptian, & astrology, III 191

Epistle of Clement to James:

VIII 221-22

Epistles:

earlier than Gospels, IV 242

Epithalami:

as bridal songs, VIII 17

Epithumia (Gk.):

or concupiscible nature, I 292

pιrisprit and, I 361 (365)

Epithymichon (Gk.):

aspect of irrational soul, VII 229

Epoptai(o):

See Epopteia

Epopteia (Gk.):

definition, II 92

or final apocalypse, XIV 275

High Initiates, XI 85, 171-72 (179-80)

meaning, XI 88; XIV 123, 275

Mystae and, X 213 fn.; XII 532

Paul one of the, XIV 123

Planetary Spirits revealed in, XIV 276

revelation in the Mysteries, XIV 123,

275

Sanskrit &, rites cp., XIV 123 fn.

stone tablets and, II 10 (21)

Epoptēs (Gk.):

or Seer, II 90

Equilibrium:

occult world and, II 218

One Law and, III 313

of opposites, I 200

Equinox(es):

autumnal, & death of Sun, VIII 363

& fn. (382 & fn.)

Colure of, & birthplace of Egyptian

Messiah, VIII 364 (383)

precession in ancient Hindu cycles,

XIV 362-65

Vernal, as true Easter, XIV 137

Er (or Erus):

may be Zoroaster, III 451

Era(s):

Indian Saka, V 255

initiated Brahmans know dates of, V

232

of Saόvat & Salivahana, V 227

uncertainties about, V 230-31

Erasmus, D. (1465?-1536):

XIV 177

Eratosthenes (276?-196 B.C.):

identifies Virgin with Isis, XIV

292 fn.

on location of Palibothra, XIII 342

Erechtheus:

allegory of King, VIII 192

as "born of earth," V 219

Erivan (Russia):

relics of antiquity and, lI 350

Eros (Gk.):

a primordial principle, XIV 255 fn.

Error:

knowledge and, XI 330

Erythraean Sibyl:

See Sibyl

Escayrac de Lauture, Count S. d'

(1826-1868):

on Marimbas, III 42

bio-bibliog., III 505

Escobar, Anthony (1589-1669):

————- Theologia moralis . . .:

on astrologer's fees, IX 297-98

on devil's assistance, IX 297, 310

on sinful actions, IX 303, 314

bio-bibliog., IX 413-14

Esdaile, Dr. J. (1808-1859):

————- Natural and Mesmeric

Clairvoyance:

on writing in the dark, IV 294

bio-bibliog., IV 647

Esdraelon:

true Armageddon not at, III 189

Esdras:

See Ezra

II Esdras:

X 16

Eslon (or Deslon), Charles d' (?-1786):

attests to mesmerism, XII 218

pupil of Mesmer, II 275

bio-bibliog., II 526

Esoteric:

allegory & symbolism, XIV 3, 69, 444

canon & initiation, XIV 12

circle & sacrifice, II 10 (21)

cosmogony, anthropology, etc., XII

350

divine, symbols of nature, II 96

exoteric &, "blinds," XIV 3, 43-45, 69,

180-81, 445-46

figure & Moses, XIV 95-96

interpretation of Matthew V, verses

25-26, XIII 75-76

keynote of, truths, XII 601

meaning of Theophania, XIV 48-49,

276-77

nothing printed broadcast is, XII 542,

604

numerical systems, XIV 97, 181, 192

one universal, language, XIII 153

Religion of the elect, XIV 41, 46-49,

67, 443, 445

schools challenged by Monier-

Williams, XIII 146-47

"so-called," XII 350 & fn.

teachings of Desafir & Greeks, XIV 277

teachings premature, IX 284

Theosophy as, synthesis, IX 196 (218)

training & tests, X 242

truths will never be given out in

 public print, XII 604

Western Taro &, cp., XI V 94

See also Esoteric Doctrine; Esoteric

Philosophy; Esoteric Section

Esoteric Catechism:

biography of Apollonius and, XIV

127

on That, XII 525

Esoteric Doctrine(s):

all versions of, agree on spiritual

path, VI 331

based on ages of research, II 11 (22)

based on truth & fact, XI V 199,

459-61

of Buddha, VI 99

Buddhism has, X 71, 81

crisis required, in 19th Century, X 153

on evolution of individual

consciousness, V 93

H.P.B.'s presentation of, can be faulty,

X 170

inaccessible to untrained seership, VI

132-33

Materialistic state of world required,

X 153

never written, VIII 158

not meant for world at large, XII 235

not, when published, X 179 fn.,

182-83 fn.; XII 542

only Masters present true, X 170

only one, the Secret Wisdom-Religion,

VI 183

origin of, X 166

on reincarnation, XIV 56, 381-84

source of, III 402, 419

teachings of living men basis of, X

170

as thread-doctrine, IV 582

trans-Himalayan, III 419

universal, sketched, II 89 et seq.

universal solvent, VII 67

See also Heart Doctrine

Esoteric Philosophy:

axiom of, VII 80

death & life both illusions says, VIII

124

definition, VII 147 fn.

Eastern & Western, generally agree,

III 270

on only Reality, VIII 124

pivotal function of, VIII 61 (83)

Plato and, XIV 15-16

reconciles all religions, XIV 459

sees Buddha's spirit in Jesus, XIV

396 fn.

withstands materialism, XIV 459

Esoteric Science(s):

XII 311

bases of all, IX 252

double object of, XII 519

first requisite of, XII 519

four main aspects of, IX 251-52

as knowledge of Divine Science, XII

551

of Pythagoras, XIV 35, 47

Theosophists and, IV 409

Esoteric Section:

attempt to redeem T.S., XII 491

Coues and, XI 295, 341-42

dangers of occult powers and, X

296-97

declaration and, XIII 203-04

discipline lacking in, XII 584-88

or Eastern School of Theosophy, XII

480, 485

enemies of, XI 167-68, 306 et seq.

E.S.T: Circular suggesting Eastern

School or, X 134 & fn.

founding of, announced, XII 165;

XIII 116 fn.

fund of, supported by the few, XI 558

H.P.B. on, XIII 115-16

H.P.B. responsible for, XI 380; XII

165

Harte and, XI 379 et seq.

W.Q. Judge helped H.P.B. in forming,

I 479; X 134; XII 480

Judge sole representative of, in

America, X 194-95

London activities of, XII 89

mantra in official notice of, X 154

& fn.

methods of, XI 234 (271)

motto of, XII 599

not a lodge of magic, X 242

not concerned with psychic progress

or personal affairs, XII 495

not for learning "magic arts," XII 491

no official connection with TS., X

154; XII 481, 485

Olcott and, I 514-15

Olcott Asian representative of, XII 89

organized on original lines of Real

Founders, X 154

outer form of an Inner School, XII 511

on Pledge of, X 196-201, 205-08; XI

329; XII 506-11

Pledge to Higher Self & Mahatmic

aspect of Masters, XII 166

Preliminary Memorandum of, VII

140 rf.

preliminary papers drawn up in

London, XII 479

probationary degree, XII 488

purposes of, XI 167-68, 307 et seq.

real Head of the, XII 488

relation to Judge, XI 329

requirements for admission, XII 89

Roman Catholics and, XI 339

self-reliance & intuition to be fostered

in, XII 495-96

separate from T.S., XIII 115-16

special beliefs in, XI 338

term philologist and, XI 230 (267)

Theosophical Society and, XI 338-39,

380-81

treachery in, XII 581-82

two departments of, XII 546

Esoteric Section Diagram(s):

on auric colors & principles, facing

XII 580

on emanation, colors, sound &

principles, XII 564

FIVE on elements, lokas, talas,

planes, senses etc., facing, XII 660,

668 et seq., 680-85

FOUR on states of consciousness, XII

657-63

ONE on relation of Macro-&

Microcosm, XII 524, 526, 542, 600

plates & figures must not be

materialized, XII 599-600, 678

on relation of Hierarchies & principles

of man, facing XII 580

on Tattvas, principles, colors etc., XII 614

THREE on seven hierarchies &

principles, XII 568

TWO on numbers, metals, planets,

days, etc. facing, XII 532, 536-37,

543, 550, 562

on uterine contents & cosmic

correspondences, XII 522-24

Esoteric Section Instructions:

attitude needed to fathom, XII 492-93

Book of Rules & Preliminary

Memorandum by Judge, XII 482,

484, 494-98, 582

Compiler's notes on, numbers Four &

Five, XII 479-511, 653

A. Keightley on revision of, No. III,

XII 500-01

Preliminary Memorandum Two, XII

501-11

restored omissions and, XII 501

Suggestions & Aids, XII 485 fn.

Esotericism:

ancient, XIV 15, 65, 442, 444-45

Asiatic, underlying Catholicism, IV

295

of Atlantean initiates, IX 355 fn.

(383 fn.)

of Bible questioned, XIV 44-45,

146 ff., 172-84

Brahmanical & Buddhist, IV 93-94

of Buddha's philosophy, XIII 146-47

Buddhist & Vedantic, IV 548 fn.

Eastern & Western sources of, XIV

15-16, 44, 182-83, 444 ff.

Hebrew, not primary, XIV 182-83

of Jews adapted to exoteric creed, IV

517

marital functions not proscribed by,

VIII 67 (88)

of mystic literature, XIV 54, 67

only handful of persons comprehend,

VI 175

Oriental, & Christian Europe, IX

359 fn. (387 fn.)

parts of, premature, VII 288

reasons for, XIV 47-49, 68, 249

required by man's iniquity, XIV 41,

46-47, 180-81

Roman Church rejects pure, XIV 51

Schools of, international, XI 221

(256)

seven keys to, XIV 183

Sophia allegory in, XIII 60

sun-orb of, XII 308

of Third Race, XIV 68

in Tibet, XIV 425, 442

trans-Himalayan, VII 346, 348

universal, its nature, VIII 52 (74)

unveiling of, when brotherhood

reigns, VIII 69 (91)

works with nature, VIII 67 (88)

Esotericists:

duty of, to teach about "second

death," XII 628

shortcomings of, XII 579-98

warned not to enter path of evil, XII 639

Espagnet, Jean d' (17th C.):

on alchemical writings, Xl 521 (544)

bio-bibliog., XI 573

Espionage Calumny:

H.P.B., II 140-43, 291-93

Esprits Malin:  

I 135

Esra:

See Ezra

Esse:

conditioned existence and, VIII 111

 or Eheieh, VIII 143

Essence(s):

all-containing One, X 309

Buddhi as vehicle of, XII 629

central idea of Supreme, II 90

divine, & conscience, II 160

divine, unconnected with matter, XI

64

Golden Egg & Radiant, X 369

identity of god & man's, XIII 55

immutable, known better by intuition,

III 61-62

of Logos, XI 488

Love is, of cosmic "First-Born," XII

49

omnipresent in countless

differentiations, XII 629

One Eternal, XIV 185, 210

One Universal & Eternal, XI 109

(124), 515 (538); XII 603; XIV 185,

210

or Parabrahman, IV 537

Plato's immutable, & cyclic motion of

Ideas, IV 451

practical Initiate &, of things, XII 602

Radiant, becomes seven within &

without, X 372

superior to those known to Science,

IV 217

Theosophists revere indivisible, II 102

See also Being; Beness

Essenes:

acquainted with Mysteries, XIV

263 fn., 306

blended with earliest Christians, XIV

263 fn.

Burnouf on, X 112-13

converted to Buddhistic monasticism,

XIV 263 fn.

descendants of Egyptian hierophants,

XIV 263 fn., 294, 306

Jesus trained by, I 106

knowledge of, I 116

Nazars and, IX 209-10 (231-32)

Esther:

India and, XIII 332

Estienne, Henri:

See Stephanus, H.

Etchmiadzin Monastery:

Mesrobian MSS. preserved at, III 459

oldest in Armenia, II 350; III 459

Eten:

town of, language understood by

Chinese, II 337

Eternal:

evolution & involution are, X 387

One, Essence, XIV 185, 210

only one way to reach, XI 469

we are, within, XII 156

Eternities:

explained, X 301, 308-09, 358

Seven, & Infinities, XIII 17

 

Eternity:

Aeōnic, XIV 51

cycles and, II 420-21

definition, XI 475

fathomless nature of, XIV 372-73

of Kosmos, VIII 65 (87)

lexicon of, XII 320

Manvantaras issue out of, XIV 244

mystic Cube and, XIV 187

One Wisdom and, XI 490

opposite poles of, IV 316, 420-21

pan-aeonic, III 296, 317

record of every event in, XIV 303

Time and, IV 421

of Universal Essence, XIV 185, 210

Eteroprosopos:

meaning of, VII 197

Ether:

or astral light, III 376

Chaldean divisions of, XIV 165 & fn.

etheric loungers and, XIII 295

etheric reflector and, XIII 292-94

gravitation and, 1 244; V 152

is incorruptible, XIV 420-21

Jesus' inner body of, XIV 161

Kosmic sediment of Aether-Akaa, X

384

Leibnitz on, I 243

light and, VII 89

lowest form of Akaa, X 366, 370

nature of, IV 219

Pater Aether as Satan, XIV 165 fn.

potential energy of, IV 144

radiant energy and, IV 221

seventh principle of Astral Light, X

370

soul of Akaa, IX 361 fn. (389 fn.)

of Space & Akaa, XII 408

or spiritus, XIV 100 fn.

subjective photographs or thoughts

and, IV 61-62, 65

as symbol of spirit, II 6 (17)

on Universal, XIII 241

Webster on, I 244

Ethereal:

element recognized by Pirogov, XII 406

impervious to organic changes, XII 406

"powers" in Milton's poem, XII 350

Etheric Body:

Initiation and, XIV 161

See also Astral Body; Linga-Sarira

Etheroscope:

invention predicted, V 152

Ethics:

of Buddha most perfect ever known,

X 201; XIV 388

Christian & Buddhist, IX 339-41

cultured by Mysteries, XIV 256

for disciples, IV 606-14; VII 243; VIII

59 (81), 126, 292-95; IX 155-62; XI

301 fn.; XII 488-91, 494-98, 502-11,

590-91, 596-98; XIV 309

egotism will give way to, VIII 55 (77),

64 (86); XII 45-46

examples of Christian, in 19th

Century, X 81-86

fostering of universal, a duty, IV 497,

500

Initiates all share same, XIV 130-31,

256, 289

Initiation requires noble, XIV 309

& fn., 310, 380 & fn.

Masters', & philosophy H.P.B.'s only

authority, XI 464-65

more necessary than psychic facts, XI

162

mother is prime source of social, X 83

pure, & holiness needed to practice

Magic, XII 559-60

purpose of, in secret Aryasanga

school, XII 584

service of Mankind is best, XII 4-6

Theosophical, VII 146-48 fn., 169-71,

173-75

Universal, as intrinsic virtue, IV 497

See also Altruism; Moral(s); Moralit;

Selflessness

Ethiopian(s):

of East as Dravidians, XI 227 (263)

empire once ruled Southern Asia,

XIII 332

Hamites, Cushites and, XIII 331

once a single race, XIII 331

preceded Turano-Akkadian race, XIII

332-33

Ethiopic:

Enoch tampered with, XIV 80

invasion of Egypt, XIV 297

origins of Book of Enoch, XIV

77 fn., 78

text withheld by Bodleian librarians,

XIV 79

Ethnology:

inner races and, V 213

See also Man; Race(s)

Etruria (Italy):

Aeolians migrated via, V 218

Etruscan(s):

Jupiter-Tinia of, V 222, 226

mystery speech known to, V

298

sub-race, V 214

tombs & ruins, XIII 190

Western chronology and, V 167

Eucharist:

as fetish, VII 214

pagan in origin, XI 94

Sacrament & Jesus, XIV 144

Euclid (fl. 300 B.C.):

Pythagoras invented 47th proposition

of, XIV 95

———— Elements of Geometry:

honoured to this day, XIII 87

to solve Mysteries of Dodecahedron,

XIII 71

Eudocia, Empress (401?-460?):

warranted Cyprian's confession, XIV

163

bio-bibliog., XIV 527

Eudoxus (fl. 4th C. B.C.):

learned math from Egyptian priests,

XIV 254 & fn.

Eugenius IV, Pope (1383-1447):

awed by De Cusa's learning, XIV

378-79

Eugenius Philalethes:

See Vaughan, Thomas

Eurasians:

fruit of Christian morality, IX

290

Euripides (480-406 B.C.):

XIV 257, 271

————- Ion:

 VIII 184, 187, 222 q., 223 q.

————- The Madness of Herakles:

XIV 141 q.

————- Orestes:

XIV 315

Biobliog., VIII 436

Europe:

in Atlantean times, IV 447

"black dragons" will conquer, IX 307

black magic of Jesuits affects, IX 306

civilization of, V 169-70

decries ancient science, III 208

emigration from, foreseen, XII 387

moral level of, XI 108

no Past of record, V 166

possible unification of, II 422-23

Theosophical Society work in, XII

306, 329-32

European:

abariginies, XIII 331

conflagration of civilization, XIII 319

fashion & simianizing, XIII 180

full glare of, culture, XIII 187

modern Vandals, XIII 189

Nations undergoing decay, XIII

184-87

scarcity of true art, XIII 180

vices infecting Far East, XIII 179-80

Eurydice:

is lost Soul of Orpheus, XIV 141

See also Orpheus

Eusebians:

On Jesus Christ, XIV 145

Eusebius of Dorylaeum (?-452?):

condemned Eutyches, XIV 145

deposed at Ephesus, XIV 145

revised Egyptian tables, XIV 169

Eusebius Pamphili (260?-340?):

Ammonius' "spurious" works and,

XIV 11 fn., 13 fn.

did not denounce Hebrew Matthew,

XIV 150 fn.

disfigured Manetho's Tables, VII

98 fn.

on identity of Christians &

Therapeutae, XIV 306

Josephus' manuscript and, IX 205

(227); XI 405

king of liars, IV 363; IX 205 (227)

literary Siva, V 299

Munchausen of patristic hierarchy, III

175

perverts chronologies, V 250

reputation for untruth, XIV 121

unscrupulous forger, XIV 13 fn.

———— Chronicle:

VII 96 fn.

———— Constantine's Oration . . .:

VIII 228

———— Ecclesiastical History [tr.]:

Jesus letter in, a forgery, III 175 & fn.

on Menander, XII 559

———— Historia Ecclesiastica:

XIII 39; XIV 13 fn., 150 fn.

on Basilides, VIII 213, 232

mantle of, XIII 166

on origin of Ethiopians, XIII 332

pious fraud of, XIII 143-44

———— Life of Constantine:

on adoption of pagan rites, XI 70

———— Praeparatio Evangelica:

fragment of Sanchuniathon in, VII 95

invocation of Apollo, XIV 350 q.

on Sun as Archangel, XIV 271

bibliog., VII 368; VIII 436; XI 573;

XII 746

Eustathius (?-1193?):

on Pherecydes, XIII 238

Eutyches (or Eutychius) (375?-454?):

excommunicated by Flavius, XIV 145

misrepresents Zoroaster, III 459

reinstated at Council of Ephesus, XIV

145

bio-bibliog., XIV 527

Evangelists:

unknown men, IX 204 (226)

See also Missionaries

Evangelium of the Hebrews:

on sex of Holy Ghost, XIV 115

Eve:

allegory by Irenaeus, XIII 43-44

generated by Ialdabaōth, XIII 44

if, had not listened to serpent, XII

270

male Serpent and, XIV 188 fn.

in Ophite allegory, XIII 57

as primitive woman, XIV 157, 188 fn.

Psychē and, I 128-29

Sata-rupa the Hindu, XIV 188

spirit body became gross, XIII 44

transgresses precepts, XIII 44

as Vach etc., XIV 155 fn.

or Venus-Naamah, XIV 156

zodiacal rendering of, XIV 155

 Evening Express (Liverpool):

abused Paracelsus, XI 458-59

Evening Standard:

on Egyptian Mysteries, XI 5 et seq.

Evening Star (Washington):

Coues and, XI 341

Events:

wiser to force current of, than wait,

XII 60

Evil:

abstract principle among Druses, III

187

acme of, reached by some Sorcerers,

VII 180 fn.

as Ahriman, IV 420-21

Buddha & Christ on, XII 393

Buddha's vow to redeem world of, V

86

coλval with matter rent from spirit,

XII 637

denounce the root of, X 200

desire for reward an, VI 332

done to Humanity wounds God, VIII

66 (88)

Duality and, I 200

duality of good &, pervades Universe,

XII 602-03

endless, I 112

eternal life reached only by passing

through, VIII 111

fate of those devoted to, VII 180 fn.

first men created no, XIV 249

God and, X 150

good action may produce, VIII 169;

IX 286

of hypnotism, VIII 104, 406-08; XI

55-57, 164, 508 (531); XII 222,

400-01; XIII 113-14

illusion the greatest, VIII 111

Kabalistic meaning of, III 314

matter &, eternal, III 299 fn.

Maya as necessary, VIII 111

names of, XIII 98, 101-02

necessitates a second deity, III 423

non-resistance to, VIII 137

origin of, VIII 100, 110, 111-12, 115-18;

XIV 217 fn.

over-anxiety often results in, VI 332

path of discrimination of good and,

IX 155

Powers of, XIV 141, 217 fn.

resist not, new meaning of, VIII 45

root of, XII 6

"spiritual," IV 251; VII 180 fn.; XII

638

"sublime paternity" of, XII 50

worship of Personal God causes, XIII

260

Yezidis worship, XIII 101

See also Good; Good & Evil

Evil Eye:

is cosmic & terrestrial, VII 114

unconscious greeting of an, XII 67

visual ray of, X 225

Evil-Hearing:

on refraining from, X 198

See also Gossip; Slander(s)

Evocation(s):

of Apollonius of Tyana, I 144 et seq.

of astral images, III 293 fn.

dangerous & cruel, VI 107

of dead, V 34 (63)

of earthbound souls, VI 107

formula of, used by Chinese police,

VII 205-06

Evolution:

of animals, VII 41 & fn.

basic principle of, III 62

as blood of Humanity, XI 225 (262)

"coats of skin" given to man by, IX

241

completion of, XIII 64

"creation" not, III 380; XIV 239 fn.

or Cycle of Necessity, XIV 216, 303

is cyclical, VIII 52 (74), 65 (87), 122;

XIII 264-65

Darwinian, fatally chains thought,

XIII 95

double, must be accepted, I 233

double, of man, IV 453

double, of Spirit & Matter, I 226, 233

Earth, ace. to Vedas, I 227

fifth element & 5th Root-Race, XIII

68

forces of, & New Idea, XI 119 (133)

future, of man a necessity, II 186

goal of, VIII 117

history of man's, XIII 348-50

of human consciousness, XI 149

Huxley & Slade on, I 226-33

of individual consciousness, V 93

initiation & human, XIII 60

intellect often impediment to spiritual,

V 145

and involution, VIII 122-23; X 387;

XIV 290, 303-04

known long ago to Eastern occultists,

III 383

as Law of perpetual flow, III 62

law of spiritual gravity in, XIV 303

Lιvi's spheres of, cp. with Occult,

XIV 236-37

man & animal order of, same, XI

138 fn.

Man as final goal of, VII 16

of man & of horse, I 228-30

Manu taught, II 185

middle point of Soul's, XIII 46 fn.

moulds future humanities, VII 16

Plato's allegory on, cited, XIV 7

of post-mortem spheres, V 93

proceeds spirally, XI 151

purification of Mankind and, XIV

303-04

of religious feeling, XIII 96-97

Romans' verses & eternal, VII 43

Science's view of, I 226-33; VIII

33-37, 120

septenary time cycles, XIII 301-06

seven links in chain of, V 173-74

six higher principles in man and, III

384

six periods of, envisioned by Magian

initiate, III 462

spiral, is dual, VII 52

spiritual, only for the few, IV 170

spiritual, parallel to physical, I 226,

230, 233; 11 185, 186; III 384; VII

179

spiritual, & physiological development

of man, V 145

subjective & objective, XIV 157

taught in Books of Hermes, I 232

teaching of, abused, VIII 118

Theosophy on modern ideas of, XIII

97

on two arcs, V 340

in various Rounds, IX 240

wave of mystical & psychic, XI 118

(132)

zoological, XII 56

See also Darwinism; Emanation

The Evolution:

A.  Wilder on early Christians, XIV 121

Evolutionists:

Asiatic, more consistent, VII 24

Eastern & Western, VII 24

Ewald, Dr. G.H.A. (1803-1875):

Fourth Gospel and, VI 149

Examiner:

on Hindus & Englishmen, II 299-300

Exile:

probationary, on earth, II 9 (20)

Existence:

Absolute, X 42 fn.

collective life is blissful, not

individual, XIV 432

conditioned, VIII 111

definition, X 315

difference between, & Being, X 348

the One, VIII 124

seven forms of, VI 112

three kinds of, III 422

worst day of, is on our planet, VIII

124

Exodus:

VIII 297; XI 44 q., 189 q., 227 (264);

XII 199, 200 & fn. q.; XIV 402

on being false witness, IV 76

face of Moses veiled in, XIV 69

on fate of killer ox, VI 237

key figure given to Moses in, XIV

95-96 & fn.

Moses' vision of God in, IV 457

no "Lord" in the burning bush, XIV

189 fn.

on not reviling gods, I 237

on Sabbath, VII 19

on seeing the Voices, XII 545

on symbolism of golden globe or calf,

III 130 & fn. on witches, I 140

Exorcism(s):

Bhutas and, III 483

of Bhuts, II 74

Christian cp. with Chaldean, XIII

337-38

Evocations and, XIII 240 fn.

Khous and, VII 116-17, 127-28

Ritual of, XIII 338 fn.

Slavonian book of, XIII 240 fn.

Exosmosic:

endosmosic &, processes, XII 396

Exosmosis:

production of phenomena and, IV

359

Exoteric:

"Boothists," XIII 151

Esoteric &, requirements of

Theosophy, XII 235

See also Esoteric

Exotericism:

idols of, VIII 52 (74)

Judeo-Christian, VIII 52 (74)

only, of ancient learning criticized,

XIII 228

Science is, XIII 215

See also Esotericism; Eye Doctrine

Experientia Docet:

modern philosophers & maxim, II 510

Explosives:

"dynamite toys" and, XIII 216

Extension:

is visible Thought, VI 10 fn.

Extraits des Assertions . . .:

on Jesuits, IX 297 fn., 308-09

bibliog., IX 414

Eye(s):

Eternal, found in Annuciation

painting, XIV 100

gaze of, in hypnosis, XII 397

loss of one, & weight of brain, IV

510-11

most occult organ, XII 395

spiritual, & eternal truths, XIV 249

Third, deep sleep & heart, XII 696

vital functions of, unknown to

physiology, XII 147

See also Evil Eye

Eye Doctrine:

Heart Doctrine cp. with, XIV 443-45,

450-51

is maya, XII 236

See also Exoteric; Exotericism

Eye of Siva:

See Siva

Ezekiel:

on concentric circles & Wheel of, in

Plate III, XII 568

Kabbalistic meaning of vision of, VIII

151-52, 154

Ezra (fl. 458 B.C.):

Azara the Chaldean may have been,

XIV 177

deep Kabalist, XIII 102 fn.

Judaism of, IX 349 (377)

restored lost Jewish books, XIV

177-78, 182 fn.

rewrote Pentateuch, VII 254, 263; VIII

362 fn. (380 fn.)

"sacred text" of, XIV 197

Scriptures and, III 67

work finished by Judas Maccabeus,

XIV 182 fn.