Volume XV

 

F index

 

Fa:

as keynote & Nais, XII 616

middle, & sound of nature, III 434 fn.

Faber, G.S. (1773-1854):

Dissertation on the Mysteries of

the Cabiri:

one religion source of all, XIV

258-59 fn.

on Zoroaster, III 455, 465

bibliog., III 505

Fable(s):

definition, XIII 226

H.P.B. & a Theosophical, VII 53-54C

hide scientific truths, V 163, 164, 214,

218

Fabre d'Olivet, Antoine (1767-1825):

IX 198 fn. (220 fn.)

neither Kabalist nor Occultist, XIV

191

not a Kabalist but a genius, VII 266

bio-bibliog., VII 368-70

Fades Hippocratica:

death and, IV 247

Fact(s):

conflict between, & superstition, IV 327

decisive influence of, III 233

fictions and, III 222-23

irrefutable, III 31

new names for old, IV 311

opinions &, used to pander to

prejudices, XI 331-32

outside of physics, III 393

psychological & subjective, V 5-6

theories and, II 37, 59 (65)

Theosophists only tribunal is, III 225

Theosophists will accept, II 430

tribunal of, will replace authority, XII

221

what is a, III 367 et seq.

See also Truth

Faculte' de Mdecine:

accepts hypnotism, XIV 31

Faculties:

new, in physical world, VII 90

Fadeyev, Andrey M. de (1789-1867):

H.P.B.'s grandfather, III 445, 446,

447 fn.

Fadeyev, Helena A. de (1814-1842):

H.P.B.'s mother, VII 304-05 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 304-OS fn.

Fadeyev, Helena P. de (1789-1860):

H.P.B.'s grandmother, III 444, 446,

447 fn.; VII 304 fn.

biog., VII 304-05 fn.

See also Yurievsky, Princess K.M.

Fadeyev, Nadyezhda A. de (1829-1919):

I 253, 313

on Council of T.S., III 445

defends H.P.B., III 444-45

lady of unimpeachable veracity, XIV

483

letter of K.H. to, VI 275 fn., 276 facs.

on letter of K.H. to, XIV 483

letter of, to Olcott, VI 274 fn.

Saint-Germain document and, III 129

& fn.

sends box to H.P.B. from Russia, I 4

testimony of, about A. Metrovich, I

10, 11 fn.

writes to H.P.B., I 407, 434-35

biog., I 434-35

Fadeyev, Gen. Rostislav A. de

(1824-1884):

certificate from, on H.P.B., III 445-48

& fn.

death of, VI xxv

H.P.B.'s uncle, I 255 fn.

official status of, III 389, 445

bio-bibliog., III 506-07

Fagundez, S. (1577-1645):

In . . . praecepta Decalogi:

on Jesuits right to murder, IX 304,

315

bio-bibliog., IX 414

Fa-Hien or Fa-Hsien (fl. 5th C.):

knew Cheta cave of Buddha, V

247 fn.; X 71, 119

on Sona River, XIII 343

bio-bibliog., V 374

Fa-hsiang Tsung:

Buddhist school of contemplation,

XIV 450 & fn.

Fa-hua-Ching:

See Lotus Sutra

Failure:

eighth sphere and, VI 178

first worlds & Cosmic Beings were, VI

192-93

Fairies:

disarm science through spiritualism,

XII 199

See also Deva(s); Elementals etc.

Fairy Tales:

remain from childhood, XIII 297

Faith:

absence of intelligence and, IV 331

Adepts' maxim on, V 226

anti-empirical & emotional, IV 471

Buddha's criteria for, XIV 417

Chaucer on, VIII 205-06

childhood, XIII 297

Christos known by works not, VIII

162

definitions, VI 240-41; XIII 5-6

dogma &, are pillars of Theology, I 304

healing & imagination, XII 403

imagination and, VI 235

implicit, & the Cabala, I 130

intuition and, XII 407

mysterious power of, VI 233

no middle ground for, II 184

not enough for Theosophists, VIII 49

(71)

occult science takes nothing on, IV 453

one true, of early man, XIII 259

is perception. by manas, VI 240-41

power of, in magic, XII 403

in reliable testimony about

phenomena, IV 249

roll of, in mesmeric healing, IV

383-85, 384 fn.

will & energy, III 253

See also Belief(s)

Faith, Blind:

Buddha fostered reason not, IX 137

cannot last, IV 400

clergy demands, not inquiry, VIII 177

creates hallucinations, IV 407 fn.

fought by T.S., X 160

Jesus revealed by reason not, XIV

143-44

leads to sorcery, XIV 30-31

makes idiots, IV 413

New Testament promotes, II 12 (23)

preferred by cowards, IX 273

religious, causes hatred, X 160

responsible for millions of martyrs,

IV 413

science and, IV 211

thinkers do not accept, III 261

a viper, IX 273

Fakir(s):

buried, at Lahore, II 468

Ellmore on Indian, XII 321-22

errors about, dervishes & swamis, I

240-41, 244

levitation of, I 244

long trances of, & Yogis, XI 290

Moslem devotees, II 204 (207); XI

289; XII 325

most, are idle vagabonds, II 457

not jugglers, XII 325

not mediums, VI 189

phenomena of, I 354; VI 193; XII

322-24

practice suspended animation, VI

313-14

in trance, II 453-54

vatu, one just initiated, XIV 278

Falb, Dr. R. (1838-1903):

The Elementary Theory of

Earthquakes . . :

predicts earthquakes, III 147-48

- Thoughts on . . . Volcanic

Eruptions:

III 148

- Von den Umwlzungen . . . :

on deluges, III 149-50

bio-bibliog., III 507

Falernian Wine:

entrails of Roman Counsul and, III

102-03

Fales, William S.:

Hiraf club member, I 98

lawyer for H.P.B., I 84, 95

biog., 196-97, 98-99

The Fall:

allegorical, XIV 81, 175, 188 fn., 200,

204, 289-90, 302-03, 332-33

as angelic conversion & descent into

matter, XIV 204

in Book of Enoch, XIV 200

explained, VIII 200, 366-67 (386-87)

literalized the astronomical allegory,

XIV 204

of Mankind legends, XIV 200, 204

of Satan, VIII 21

of seven Watchers, XIV 200

See also Angel(s); Lucifer

"Fallen-Angels":

copied from Siva's story, III 402 fn.

repudiated by Theosophy, XI 228 (264)

Falsehood:

use of, IV 327

why impossible to occultist, V 341

Family Principles:

mother is source of, X 83

prosperity of nation depends on, X 83

Fan:

is Emptiness or Buddhist Absolute,

III 423

Fanaticism:

to be opposed, VII 148

breeds cruelty, IV 33

intolerance &, degrading, IV 472

Fancher, Mollie (1848-1910):

psychological powers of, II 190-91

Fanfulla (Italy):

on Mazzini, I 390 (392), 409

Faraday Prof. Michael (1791-1867):

on destructive potential of Science,

XIII 215-16

on judgement & reservation, II 311

on witholding scientific knowledge, IV

601 fn.

Farhang-i-Jahangiri

on Zend, IV 517 fn.

bibliog., IV 647

Faridunji, N. (1817-1885):

Tareekh-i-Zortoshtee:

on date of Zoroaster, III 454

bio-bibliog., III 508

Farr, Dr.:

Registrar-General of Great Britain, III

117

Farrar, F.W. Archdeacon (1831-1903):

belief in hell and, II 183

on women, IX 173

- The Early Days of Christianity:

on terms Chrestos & Christian, VIII

185 fn., 190 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 436-37

Fast(ing):

ancients knew time limit for, II 458

by Hindus & Catholics, II 460

rationale of, & evils of gluttony, IV

296-97

Yoga and, II 76 & fn.

See also Dr. Tanner

Fate:

Heimarmenē in Gnostic scheme, XIII

28 table

man's, is self-made, IX 5

Sphere and, XIII 35, 37

Father:

educational role of, in family, X 83

The Father:

is Boundless Time, XIV 244

as "Causal Soul," XIV 373

of Father of Jesus, XIII 36

Great Tsebaōth, XIII 25, 36

Innominable, XIII 24

John 17 on, XIII 72

Mother Force and, XIII 352

seen in 7th Heaven, XIII 58

"Son" &, in biblical allegory, XIV 55, 205

Son & Mother, X 332-33, 358-59

Tetragrammaton and, VIII 144

unknowable, XIII 16, 36

Father in Heaven:

esoteric meaning of, XIV 56 fn., 205

personal God idea and, XII 533-34

Father-Cause:

Jivatma as Eternal correlation of, III 326

Father-Mother:

as centripetal & centrifugal forces, X 334

of Kabbala, VIII 145-47

Son &, defined, X 333-34

Third Logos and, X 397

Time and, X 358

Father-Soul:

Adepts have, XIII 72 & fn.

Fatigue:

reason for, XII 703-04

Fauchet, Claude (1530?-1601?):

Les Antiquats Gauloises . . .:

on pagan ceremonies, XI 79

bio-bibliog., XI 574

Fauns:

Satyrs &, of "Summerland," XII

194 fn.

Fauvety, Charles (1813-1894):

editor of Bulletin Mensuel, V 1, 6

editorial remarks of, V 7 (36), 9 fn.

(38 fn.)

French TS. and, IV 553

letters of H.P.B. to, V 1-4 (4-6)

Pres. of Scientific Soc. for Psych.

Studies, II 493 (500); V 2 (4)

bio-bibliog., II 528-29

Fawcett, E.D. (1866-1960):

IX 53

bio-bibliog., IX 415-16

Fearlessness:

needed for Initiation, XIV 310

Feast of the Dead:

earthbound souls and, III 483

Fechner, GT. (1801-1887):

III 15, 236

bio-bibliog., III 508

Fecundation:

Comte's artificial, III 329

Grant Allen on artificial, XII 250-54

Feliciani, Lorenza:

See Cagliostro, Countess

F1ix, Father:

- Le Mystre et la Science:

challenging science, XII 135

Felix, M. Minucius (fl. 230):

Octavius:

on animal food, VII 18

confusion with Tertullian's writings,

VII 18

on temples & altars, XI 80

bio-bibliog., VII 370

Fellger, Dr. Adolphus:

Katie King apparition and, I 59 & fn.

Fellow Worker:

English organ of Adi-Brahmo Samaj,

IV 146

Felt, George H.:

elementaries shown via chemicals, I 193

at founding of TS., I 122, 123

biog., I 463

Feltham, Owen (1602?-1668):

XII 383 q.

bio-bibliog., XII 747

Female:

beauty in art, XIII 181-83

Buddhi represented as, XIII 165

occult, element, XI 40

Female Divinities:

listed, XIV 46 fn.

See also Athena; Isis; Neith; Saktis;

Sophia; Three Mothers; etc.

Feminine:

on eternal, principle, X 352

first differentiation is, X 302-03

"Femme Lithographique":

psychic phenomena and, II 261-62

Fenelon, Franqois (1651-1715):

Hottentot and, V 3 (5)

as "Swan of Cambrai," XII 105

Fenwick-Miller, Mrs. F.:

addressed National Liberal Club, XII

282 & fn.

on Anna Kingsford, IX 90-91

on unjust laws against women, XII 284

bibliog., IX 416

Feodor Kusmitch (?-1864):

Alexander I may have been, III

124 fn.

legendary hermit, III 124 fn.

Fergusson, James (1808-1886):

contradicts Cunningham, V 228

date of rock-cut temples and, V 202

on Indian architecture, II 345

Savat era and, V 231

Ferho, Lord:

meaning of, III 322

Fern(s):

astral forms of, preserved in ice, X

400-01

three-leaved, & devil, III 352

Fern, I.F.:

an occultist, I 45

Ferouer(s):

VII 208

defined by Jacobi, XIV 71-72 fn.

St. Michael as, of Christ, VIII 22

is Nous of Greeks, XIV 71 fn.

Persian Dev the antithesis, XIV 71 fn.

"Satanic" copies acc. to de Mirville,

XIV 71 & fn., 72

Ferrari, Giuseppe (1812-1876):

opposes Roman Church, IV 59

Ferr, Dr.:

on memory in the dying, XI 448

Ferry, Jules (1832-1893):

Jesuits and, IX 301

Fersendajian:

burning the dead and, IV 508

Ferver [Feruer, Fetcher]:

Zoroastrian term, IX 263

Festival(s):

based on Sun, X 277

New Year Wisdom, suggested by

H.P.B., XII 76

Festus, S.P. (fl. 2nd C.):

on Lares, VII 191

on lower gods, VII 194, 197 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 370-71

Fetahil:

Gnostic creator of Earth, VI

191-92 fn.

Fetish:

definition, VII 214-IS

Fetus:

See Foetus

Fichte, Johann G. (1762-1814):

III 112, 236; XI 198

dying confession of, II 151, 183

founder of Concrete Theism, III

236 fn.

on interrelation of past & future, XI

186

on Spiritualism & existence after

death, II 154-55

transcendental idealism of, XIII 311

Fiction:

often presentiment, VIII 107

Fielding, Henry (1707-1754):

XII 22 q.

on superstition & scepticism, VI 352

Fifth-Rounders:

more than one meaning, IV 538-39

Saint-Germain a, V 145

senses of, V 144

See also Rounds

Figanire, Visconde de:

See Figuanire, Vicomte de

Figuaniere, Vicomte de:

on gravitation & will, XII 119

on Unmanifested Being, XII 119

"Esoteric Studies":

about alchemical elements & cycles,

VIII 137

bibliog., VIII 437

Figuier, G.L. (1819-1894):

The Day After Death:

III 472

bio-bibliog., III 509

Figulus, P. Nigidius (98?-45? B.C.):

on dove, egg & fish, XI 496

bio-bibliog., XI 574

Figures:

occult meaning of, II 408, 412

Fijians:

on shadow, II 170

Filioque:

near to Esotericism, IX 360 fn.

(388 fn.)

Finch, Gerard B.:

VI 274-75

visits H.P.B., XI 286

- Observations on Koot Hoomi

Unveiled":

VI 269 fn.

Finland:

Kalevala national epic of, X 143-48

Finn:

or genii, VI 169

Finns:

related to people of Central Asia, X

143-44

Russian view of, as magicians, X

143-44

view of Nature, X 144-45

Firdousi (or Firdausi) (ca. 941-1020):

on Divine Light, III 462

Fire(s):

absolute deity is Dark, X 375

of Alaya, XII 55

in ancient mythologies, II 34-35, 143

et seq.

Angels & Sacred, XIII 49

astral, & astral light, IV 165

Atman is primordial, XII 559

as attribute of deity, IV 531-33

Baptism by, XIV 333

breathing and, V 101-03

celestial & terrestrial, VIII 143 fn.

creative, & Fall, VIII 367 (387)

cross &, as foundations of universal

laws, II 145

cross &, worship in Bulgaria, II

146-49

of Deity, XIIL 353

destruction of 5th Race by, XIV 258,

333

Divine, & Cardinal's red dress, III 461,

462

in Egyptian rite of Initiation, XIV

279

emblem of sun, II 143

essence & origin of, unknown to

science, II 499 (506)

on eternal, II 320; XI 212-13 (248-49)

Father-, & Adepts, XIII 72 & fn.

is father of light, X 375

first element in visible universe, X 376

in flesh of the Rulers, XIII 38

forty-nine, in Bible, XI 503

from buildings, V 103

God is, III 460, 462

Heavenly, XII 54

on Hermetic, XIII 354-55

or Hierarchies not separate, XIII

70-71

inextinguishable, III 460

in Kabalistic enumeration, XIV 215

Light &, defined, X 374-75

limitless, of consciousness, XIV 387

Magi rekindle altar without, III 462

One Eternal Spirit as, XIV 386

on Prometheus', V 220

-proof men & salamanders, V 103

of Puraravas, VII 293

relation of, to water, X 377

Rosicrucians on, II 36

solar, symbol of creative powers, XI

64-65

Sons of the, X 394-95

or Spirit in symbol, XIII 17

is Sun, XIV 324, 332-33

Sun &, fittest emblems of Life, IV

530

as symbol & attribute of Deity, IV

531-33; XIV 100 fn., 324

or syzygies, XIII 18

in teachings of Simon Magus, X 403;

XII 552-53

is unity of universe, X 375

is Universal Principle, XII 552, 554

universal symbol of immortality, XIV

100 fn., 324

use in Magic, XIV 118-19

Water &, as productive powers, IV

530, 532

worship of Sabaeans, III 467

worshippers, XIII 125 fn., 340

See also Flame(s); Forty-Nine Fires

Fire-Chohans:

X 395

sub-divisions of the 3rd Logos, X 395

See also Dhyan-Chohans

Fire-Mist:

on return of man to, VIII 124

Sons of, X 394-95

Fire-Philosophers:

branch from Rosicrucians, I 105

Cabala of, degenerated, I 111

See also Rosicrucian(s)

Fire-Substance:

or Akaa-Pradhana, X 384

Fire-Worship:

once universal, IV 530

Zoroaster and, IV 529

Fire-Worshippers:

sanctuary of, described, II 122-24

status of, II 128-29

Firmament:

crystalline sphere and, XII 544

First Sphere cp. with, XIII 33

in Gnosticism, XIII 28

Firman:

Home and, I 198, 201, 202

First Cause:

defined by H. Spencer, VI 172, 173

See also Causeless Cause

First Precept:

in Pistis-Sophia, XIII 22, 29-30

First Section of T.S.:

See Theosophical Society

Fischer, Ernst Kuno (1824-1907):

A Critique of Kant:

IX 52

bio-bibliog., IX 416

Fish:

analogy of blind, XIII 289

Chaldean Annedotus or Armenian

Ohannes, III 217

on "Man-," & other Aquarian

teachers, III 215

symbol of Messiahs, III 188 fn.,

215-16

symbol of Supreme Wisdom, III

189 fn.

waters & initiation, XI 495

Fiske, John (1842-1901):

VIII 39

an Evolutionist, XIII 295

- The Unseen World:

aped The Unseen Universe, XIII 295

bio-bibliog., VIII 437

Five:

Mystic Words, XIII 31-32

is number of man, XIII 30

Supporters of Powers of Light, XIII

29-30

"Trees" or Root-Races, XIII 9-10

See also Pentad

Five Years of Theosophy:

VII 286 fn., 348 & fn.; IX 166; XI

94 fn.; XIV 53 fn., 181 fn., 269 fn.,

389, 405 fn.

on continental bridges, XIV 279-80

"Elixir of Life" in, XII 202 fn.

on inner Buddhas, XIV 394 fn.

on Jivatma, IX 77

on life-principle, IX 74-75

on Mineral Monad, XII 567 fn.

Nirvanna defined in, XIV 393

publication data, VI xliv

story of Nahusa in, XII 202 fn.

Subba Row on principles of man, VII

286, 287, 289 fn., 291 fn., 298-99, 300

bibliog., VII 371

 

 

Five-Pointed Star:

symbolism, IX 40OH-I

See also Pentacle; Pentagons;

Pentagram

Flaccus, Granius:

De indigitamentis:

VII 195-96 fn.

Flame(s):

the One, or Fire, X 335

Flamens:

Fire and, III 462

Flamines:

on headress of the, XI 76

Flammarion, N. Camille (1842-1925):

II 36;III 93, 112

on Jesuit revival of heliolatry, XIV

335-36 fn.

bibliog., XIV 528

bio-bibliog., III 509

Flavian, Saint (390-449):

assaulted by Bishop Diodorus, XIV 145

deposed at Council of Ephesus, XIV 145

excommunicated Eutyches, XIV 145

Flesh:

esoteric meaning of, & blood, VIII

181-82

in Gnostic allegory, XIII 31, 37

Fleta:

a black magician, XI 301

Fletcher, Mrs.:

case of, III 227

mediumship and, III 110

Flint, C.R. (1850-1934):

Memories of an Active Life:

on H.P.B.'s lawsuit, I 84-85

on the "Hiraf " Club, I 96-99

bibliog., 1463

Flint, Robert (1838-1910):

Anti-Theistic Theories:

III 355

bibliog., III 509

Flood, Great:

not Universal, XIV 90

those who escaped, XIV 68

Flourens, P.M.J. (1794-1867):

De l'instinct . . .:

VII 34 fn.

De la longvit humaine . . .

on inner form of body, VII 37-38

& fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 371

Flowers:

human mesmeric aura and, IV 312 fn.

minerals &, can pass through solids,

XII 328

Fluctibus, Robertus:

See Fludd, Robert

Fludd, Robert (1574-1637):,

III 264; IX 117

Adepts and, IV 607

on chaos, III 284

on fire, II 35

healed with magnets, XII 216

Kabalist & Rosicrucian Alchemist,

XIV 167

key to Cabala missing in writings of,

I 131

on non-human beings, III 338

Oxford and, IV 3 fn.

revered in own time, I 138

searched for Divine Wisdom in fire, II

499 (506)

Fluids:

"electric," discredited, XII 398

magnetic, & atomic energy, XII

398-99

molecular motion and, XII 398

Flynn, Mary:

left India with H.P.B., VI 338 fn., 411

Fo (Chinese):

as abstract Principle, III 179 fn.

or Buddha, V 288

Ph &, or Ph, IV 11 fn.

Taley-Lama and, III 185

Foeticide:

See Abortion

Foetus:

abortion of, a crime against nature, V

108; VII 178-79, 182

built around astral double, X 218; XII

608, 610, 704-05

Lower Manas unites with, at 7th

month, XII 623-24

mother's imagination affects, X 218

on nutrition for, XII 557 & fn.

Paracelsus on conception of, I 284

potent object in Black Magic, XII 524 fn.

rebirth of aborted, VII 178, 181-82

salamanders and, V 103

vicious parents' elementals harm, I 285

See also Abortion; Conception;

Embryo

Fohat:

active conscious life and, III 423

definitions, X 334, 354, 394

Dhyan Chohans radiate, VI 176

electricity and, X 379-81

energy of, in blood, XII 700

an entity, X 380

explains electrobiology, XII 146

Fohatic impress and, X 353-54, 391

is informing divine energy, XIV

211 fn.

infra-cosmic electricity and, X 394

knots of, X 376, 381

Manas and, X 392

meaning of root word "Pho," IV 243

a philosophical idea, VIII 328

is representative of Manasaputras, X

393

represents Dhyani-Chohans on

objective plane, X 360

as Sakti, III 405 fn.

Saktis and, XII 620

Sons of, X 380

Sons of, as personified forces, XII 620

too active progeny of, XII III

Fohi (Chinese):

and Manco Capac, II 307

Foissac, P.F. (1801-?):

mesmerism and, II 276

bio-bibliog., II 529

Fokien:

old books in, & Tibet, III 418

Folger, R.B.:

- The A. & A. Scottish Rite:

on validity of rites, I 309-10

bibliog., I 463

Folliol-Crenwille (or Crenneville):

Governor-General of Transylvania, 123

Folly:

two kinds, VII 62

Fontainebleau:

part of voice of the Silence written

at, XII 64

Fontenelle, Bernard (1657-1757):

XIV 134

bio-bibliog., XIV 528-29

Food:

fasting and, IV 296-97

psychic effects of certain, IV 297

Fool(s):

erroneous idea of, XI 473 ff.

wiser than most Kings, XII 190-91

Foote, G.W:

as "Freethinker," XI 408, 411,

411-12 fn., 457

- Mrs. Besant's Theosophy:

analysed & exposed, XI 419 et seq.

on Besant's "conversion," XI 402

shamefully attacks H.P.B., XI

411-12 fn.

Foot-Washing:

Krishna's, of Brahmins, I 261

Forbes, Archibald (1838-1900):

on missionaries, II 393

bio-bibliog., II 529

Force(s):

Absolute, is unknowable, X 387

acting in & on matter, X 386

Akaa not one of six primary, III 413

all-Force, VII 291

as atomistic agents of will, XIV 226

"blind," XIV 231-32

centripetal & centrifugal, II 145

certain, are substantial, VIII 317

conscious noumenon of, VIII 315

correlation of, XII 360, 413

correlations of, yet unknown to

science, III 151, 246-48

creative, at work, XII 550

creative, from the unknown, XI 120

(134)

differentiation of, X 386

dissipation of accumulated, & raps,

IX 400S

dual in nature, X 270

effects of, seemingly miraculous, III

151, 246 et seq.

elementals are centers of, VI 197

elementals as half-blind, III 270

eternal, & space, III 423

of evolution & New Idea, XI 119 (133)

foci of, & man, IX 400D

Fohat and, X 376, 392

as forms of matter, IV 221-22

forty-nine, as "knots," X 376

forty-nine, as Sons of Fohat, XII 620

of gravitation & Will, XIV 414

Huxley and, IX 14

immaterial effects of essential causes,

VIII 325

intelligence and, VI 176

intelligent, directs man's mechanism,

II 188

matter &, are one, IX 14; XIV 413-14

matter yielding to, IV 310

miracles &, of Nature, III 277

molecular, & mediums, III 248

mystic, cannot be stopped, XI 118

(131)

natural, & its soul, VIII 57 (79)

in Nature as trinities completed by

quaternaries, IV 166

nature of, & matter, IV 208-26,

307 fn.

nature's finer, XII 356-60

of nature & Saktis, XIV 64-65

no blind, in nature, VI 176

notic, or spiritual-dynamical, XII 368

one center of occult, in nature, IV 165

origin of, in phenomena, IV 166

periodicity of, & cycles, II 424

problem of "self-generated," XIV

229-30

psychic, & faculties, XII 360-62

psychological & physical, IV 489

psycho-molecular, XII 368

same, used by white & black

magicians, IX 400F

scientific views of, IV 213

selfish motive stops use of spiritual,

IX 156-57

seven centers of, in man, IV 165

seven, in nature, VII 291 & fn.; XII

610, 620

six distinct, in Nature, VII 291 & fn.

so-called "imponderable," XIV 226

is Spirit-Matter, X 386

states of consciousness and, XII 657

et seq.

substantiality of, on higher planes, IX

14-15

transforming medium's appearance, I

137

two, emanate as one, XIII 351-52

two moral, in supreme contest, XI 118

(132)

two opposite, in Nature, V 340

two, & Universal Soul, XIII 87

ultimate nature of, V 74

universal expansive, of Nature, III 424

vital, & rappings correlated, IV 144

Will and, I 334

Foresight:

denied in this dark cycle, XII 69-70

Forgeries:

by Eusebius, III 175 & fn.; IV 363; IX

205 (227); XI 405; XIV 13 fn.

in Gospel, VIII 206-07

Forgetfulness:

of self the greatest virtue, V 18 (46)

Forgiveness:

dogma of, VII 244

or forgetting, VIII 138

Luke on, XII 392

as rule of discipleship, VIII 59 (81)

Fork:

as "weapon" adopted in Europe, XII

277

Forlong, Maj.-Gen. James (1824-1904):

Rivers of Life . . .:

Phallicism of, XIII 229 & fn., 254

Form(s):

adaptability of, in nature, X 388 et seq.

Adepts use myriad, in ideal sphere, IX

239

article on, cited, XIII 61 fn.

being and, VIII 111

Divine Mind and, X 387

divine wisdom has seven, XIII 73

evanescent, II 8 (19)

Formless and, V 74

"Gods" have no, XII 560

ideal, & processes of nature, IX 239,

400E

immaterial principle, VII 26 fn., 37-38

& fn.

Kabalah on ten, XIII 352

materialized at seances, III 474

no existence per se to, IX 168

not different from space, III 406 fn.

objective, assumed by Adepts, VII

188-89

outer, & design in Nature, III 385

Fortin, Dr.:

follower of Hermes, V 126, 279

President of Paris T.S., V 279

Sibylline texts and, VI 143-44

Fortnightly Review:

IV 345

on "Brahmo" Theosophy, IV 346

on war, X 102

Forty-Nine:

mystic number, VII 275; XIII 33

& fn.

Forty-Nine Fires:

Bible alludes to, XI 503

Buddha and, VIII 115 & fn.

cycle of 46 &, symbolical, XII 54

geometric representation of, XIII 18

of Pistis-Sophia, XIII 33 & fn., 48 fn.

Puraravas and, VII 293

Septenary of Nature grows into, XII

613

Seven Principles of man each have,

XII 693-94

Fossils:

Spiritualists and, I 230

Foster:

as medium, III 15

Fothergill, Dr. J. Milnar, Jr.:

on thought, XIII 347 fn.

Foucher, Abb Paul (1704-?):

contradicts de Mirville, XIV 71 fn.

- "Trait historique de is religion

des Perses":

on star-worship in Bible, XIV 324

bio-bibliog., XIII 381

bibliog., XIV 529

Founders of Theosophical Society:

abused & reviled, III 78 et seq., 104;

IV 35, 41

Adepts sent, to India, IV 133

advocate untiring search for Truth, III

306

Buddhism not propagated by, IV 283

Buddhists for many years, III 241; IV

93, 95

chief object of, III 5

do not believe in miracles, III 61

do not teach Yoga-Vidya, III 26

esoteric Buddhists, IV 474

false accusations against, XI 13

given no detailed instructions on T.S.,

VII 146

heavily overworked, IV 1-2

Hindu prophecy about, coming to

India, IV 135-36

journeys of, in 1880, III 2-3

mediums will not be contacted by,

after death, IV xxix, 353

missionaries misrepresent, III, 366,

489-91; IV 90-91

neither, are Yogis, III 5

no "adventurers," III 448

original programme of, I 133

Parent-Body and, VII 157

politics avoided by, IV 454

prophecy about, IV 135-36

resist bigotry & conceit, III 306

results of their work, X 173

select Henry Slade for Committee, III

19-20

suspected of political aims, IV 150-52

told what not to do, VII 146

travel on Buckingham Canal, IV 287

true, behind the scenes, X 77

try to revive self-respect of Hindus,

III 448

uncompromising teetotalers, IV 44

See also Blavatsky, H.P.; Judge, W.Q.;

Olcott, H.S.

Fouquier, Pierre-loy (1776-1850):

attests to mesmerism, XII 224

biog., XII 747

Four:

symbol of cosmic forces, II 412

Four Maharajas:

connected with Karma & Humanity,

XII 546

Four Noble Truths:

cited, X 326

exoteric, differs from esoteric, X 326

Four-Pointed Star:

meaning, IX 4001

Fourth Dimension:

beings of, reflected in our world, VII 84

Butleroff on, VII 83-84

different plane of being, VII 85-86

intellectual conceptions and, VII 87

materialists deny III 220

planes of being and, VII 90

same as Mahar-loka, VII 85

science and, VII 89

world of, & new instruments, V

151-52

Zllner's experiments on, III 14-20

Fourth-Rounders:

Kama or Will of, more mental now, V

144

spiritual sense still lacking in, V 144

See under Rounds

Fox Girls (Mediums):

treacherous to Spiritualism, X 168

Framji Cowasji Institute:

first Bombay T.S. Convention at, XII 305

France:

destinies of, I 107 fn.

funiculaires of, XIII 190

hypnotism investigation in, XII 295

spirit-messages and, IV 392-93

swept by spiritual tide from America,

XII 123

table manners in Bourbon, XII 275

La France:

on Bismarck, VI 218

occult romance printed by, VIII 99

France, Anatole (1844-1924):

on Buddhism in West, XII 393

Francis I (1494-1547):

cured "King's Evil," XIV 253 fn.

Francis, Saint (1182-1226):

resurrected animals, VII 26

Francis Xavier, Saint:

miracles and, VI 233-35

Franck, Adolphe (1809-1893):

wrote for Les Archives Isralites, XII

273

- La Kabbale:

XIV 60, 88 fn.

on Ain-Soph, XI 241 (277)

on Talmud's garden of delight, XIV

309 fn.

bio-bibliog., XI 575

bibliog., VII 271; XII 747

Frankenstein Monster:

Dweller on the Threshold and, XII

637

Frankland, Sir Edward (1825-1899):

V 161

Franklin, Alfred (1830-1917):

La Vie prive dautrefois . . .:

on French etiquette & cutlery, XII

275-77

bio-bibliog., XII 747

Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790):

attracting lightning and, XIII 87

influence of numbers and, VI 18

investigated Mesmerism, II 276; XII

218-19; XIII 225

no connection with Theosophy, VI

Franklin Register:

I 306, 307 fn., 311, 312

ed. by James M. Stewart, I 307 fn., 435

vouched for H.P.B.'s Masonic

initiation, I 312, 407

Fraser, Col. Stephen:

- Twelve Years in India:

Mohammedan magicians of, VI 6-8

Fraternity:

among Theosophists imperative, IV

296

false, of French Revolution, VIII 64

(86)

Fravashi (or Ferourers):

the good Yazatas, XIII 127

in Mazdean religion, XIII 127

Ormuzd and, XIII 124 fn.

See also Ferourers

Fredenholm, Axel:

document of H.P.B. and, VII 301

Frederick III (1831-1888):

formerly Clovis, IX 318

life-struggle of, IX 320 et seq.

biog., IX 417-18

The Free Church Monthly:

on Christian converts, IV 203-04

Free Love:

Spiritualism and, IV 139, 143

Free Press (Paw Paw, Michigan):

V 102

bibliog., V 386

Free Will:

of cells, XII 365

conservation of energy and, XII

357-58

hypnotists paralyze, XII 222

on illusion of, XII 361-62

necessitates a "Free-Willer," XII 362

Science on, XII 357-62

Freedom:

as angel "Liberty," XII 52

restoring reign of, XII 52

of speech in England & America, XII

388

of thought for Humanity, XI 119

(133)

Freemason Almanack:

IV 58

Freemasonry:

See Masonry

Freemasons:

See Masons

Fret, Nicolas (1688-1749):

on magical practices of Rabbis, VII

220

bibliog., VII 371

Freethinker:

XI 418 et seq.

blasphemy case against, IV 456 et seq.

edited by G.W. Foote, XI 402

policy of, XI 407-08 fn.

Freethinkers:

conversion of, XIV 17

Ingersoll, Bradlaugh & Annie Besant,

XII 296

magic and, XIV 33

noble lives of, VIII 298

Freethought:

bigoted & vindictive, IV 155-57;

XI 407

Christianity and, IV 533; V 119-21

H.P.B. &, literature, V 120-25

in India, & The Thinker, IV 156-57,

277 et seq.

spread of, III 64-67

Theosophical Society owes a great

deal to, XI 411

Freppel, Charles E. (1827-1891):

Les Apologistes Chretins au

Deuxime Sicle:

on diary of Apollonius, XIV 132 fn., 133

bio-bibliog., XIII 381-82

bibliog., XIV 529

Fresnel, Fulgence (1795-1855):

Orientalists on mission to

"Mesopotamia," XIII 279

bio-bibliog., XIII 382

Friedenthal, K.R. (1827-1890):

"miracles" and, I 317

biog., I 463

Friend of India:

See Statesman and Friend of India

Frogs:

protected by law in China, XIII 220-21

Froment:

vice-president of Isis Branch, X 136

Frosya (or Frozya):

gypsy medium, I 166 et seq.

mayavi-rupa of, & mesmeric murder,

IV 566

Frothingham, Rev. O.B. (1822-1895):

IV 78

on our debt to science, II 103

real position of, IV 80-81

bio-bibliog., IV 648

Fruit:

diet of Chelas past & present, XIV

164 & fn.

Fu-hsi, Emperor:

China's Golden Age and, III 197

Full Moon:

benevolent rites performed at, XII

203-04

greater initiations during, XIII 11

See also Moon; New Moon

Fuller, Thomas (1654-1734):

on good advocate, X 178 fn.

- Gnomologia . . . :

on Bunyan's adage, X 159 fn.

on Religion, XIV 41 & fn. bibliog., X 417

Funck:

VII 82

Funeral Rites:

among savages, V 104

invention of clergy, IV 505-06

as prescribed in Avesta, IV 508

priests & lucre of, V 104

protection of shell in kamaloka and,

V 108

soul not helped by, IV 506

Funeral Texts:

on Egyptian, VII 109

Frst, Julius (1805-1873):

on Chanoch, VIII 193 fn.

- A Hebrew and Chaldee

Lexicon . . . :

on Bohu or void in various

Cosmogonies, XIV 155-57

on Kabiri, XIV 329

bio-bibliog., VIII 437-38; XIII 382

bibliog., XIV 529

Fusaiole:

often in form of swastica, VIII 143 fn.

Future:

rises from the past, XII 70

womb of the, XII 77

Futuristic inventions:

of 24th century, XIII 290-95