Volume XV

 

I index

 

"I Am That I Am":

VIII 14?, 387 fn.; XII 517

I Ching:

ascribed to Fuh-hi, XI 579

common ideas in, Zohar, etc., XI 29

on septenarydivision of man, IV 242-43

Iabe:

Samaritan Jehovah, XIV 310

Iabraōth:

converted to Mysteries of Light, XIII 34

Ialdabaōth:

in allegory of Irenaeus, XIII 43-44

Barbēlō and, XIII 24

chief of Creative Forces, XIII 43

chief of lower terrestrial angels, XIV

160, 205

child of Chaos, XIII 43

dark genius of Earth, XIII 98

First of Superior Group, XIII 44

generated Eve, XIII 44

generates without female, XIII 42 fn.

in Gnostic allegory, XIV 161, 202, 205

hides Divine light, XIV 160, 198 fn.

identified with Saturn & Jehovah,

XIII 43, 98

Jehovah of the Gnostics, X 361

Jewish Jehovah, XIV 160-61, 205 fn.

is Kama principle, XI III 60

in Ophite allegory, XIII 57

representative of Pitris, XIII 43

son of Sophia, XIII 43

Spirit of Earth, XIII 57

synonyms of, XIII 43

tortures wicked souls, XIII 44

Tsebaōth-Adamas and, XIII 44

See also Jehovah

Iamblichus (255?-333):

VII 92, 192; XIV 46, 348

on celestial gods & spirits, XIV 322

dual system of Archontes, XIV 322

experimented in Theurgy, XIII 312

on Icosagonus, III 320

an Initiate, XIli 154

introduced Eclectics to Theurgy, XIV

300

lived for the world, XI 219 (255)

Mysteries venerated by, XIV 274, 331

as Neo-Platonist & Theurgist, XIII

232 fn.

on Sun as divine Wisdom, XIV 271,

324

a Thaumaturgist, XIV 304

Theurgy added to Theosophy by, II

96

———- Life of Pythagoras:

on powers of, XIV 274 & fn.

resembles Jesus's life, XIV 139

———- De Mysteriis:

VII 120-21, 198 fn.; XI 214 (250)

on intuition, XI 217-18 (253)

on Katharsis on the Mystic rites, XIV

275

on Magic & Theurgy, XII 559-60

on Sacred Books of the Egyptians,

XIII 231-32 fn.

bibliog., VII 378; XI 578; XII 751-52

Iaō:

Chaldean, & other gods, II 90

Dodona oracle and, VII 121 fn.

the Good, XIII 13

identified with Jupiter & Sun, XIV 272

as Janus, VIII 193 fn.

or Jehovah, XIII 281 fn.; XIV 272

the Little & Great, XIII 13

Mystery-name given highest

neophytes, XIV 289

One Supreme Being, XIV 310

Personified Good in Pistis-Sophia, XI

492

Phoenician’s idea of God, XIV

272 fn.,

or Samaritan Iabe, XIV 310

See also Jehovah; Jupiter

Iaō-Chnubis:

Gnostic god of numbe seven, XIV

203

wears seven rays, XIV 203

Iapetus:

Japhet and, V 220

Iapygians:

Inscriptions, V 201, 206

Latin invaders and, V 201

Sub-race of, V 214

had writing before Phoenicians, V 169

Iarchas, King:

Oracle of Amphiaraus, XIV 127-28

Iaso:

Goddess of healing, VIII 193

Iasous:

Josephous and, IX 205 (227)

Iaxartes River:

Pre-historic India and, V 222

Ibn Gebirol:

Kabalah and, XI 28 et seq.

bio-biolog., XI 578-79

Ice:

Occult properties of, X 400-01

Preserves images from astral light, X

400-01

Ichthus (Gk.):

Fish, as nickname, XI 495

Ichthys:

Fish-man, VIII 174 fn.

Iconoclasm:

of scientists, I 243

Ia (Sk.):

Sushumna & Pingala, XII 616, 701-02

Iddhi (Pali):

Dhyana practices of, III 399

Supernatural powers, X 6, 47

Idea(s):

creative, in mystic Cube, XIV 187

defined by words or figures lose

reality, XII 600

design in Nature, III 385

of Emanation in Kabalah, XIII 351

eternal, & life, IX 385

fundamental, move in cycles, IV 451

geometry, numbers and, XIV 10 fn.,

62

great, assimilated by certain brains, IV

451

identical, found simultaneously at

varied places, IV 451; VI 156

innate, as vibrations of primitive

truths, XII 602

manifested, & spiritual anti-types,

VIII 201-02

In “Mathematics of Truth,” XIV 62

men dragged down, III 63

New, & evolutionary forces, XI 119

(133)

Plato on, XIII 268

proceed from Space, XIV 243

Triune, & Positive Duad, XIV 213

Ideal(s):

decay of, XII 268

everyone can create & follow a noble,

XI 121 (135)

everyone must be free to follow their,

IV 501-02

nature of, IV 501-02

perfection of, as man progresses, XII 45

prophetic vision of departing, XII 48

spiritual regenerators of, XII 43

universal, must supplant dogmas, VIII

207

world, will never die out, XII 122

Idealism:

Caryle on, XII 33

Mind and, VIII 94

Modern, no better than materialism,

VIII 94 st seq.

Objective, VIII 95

Ideation, Cosmic:

See Ideation, Divine

Ideation, Divine:

Cosmic, or Mind, X 319

disciple’s will works in unison with,

VI 266

Divine Mind and, X 304

Limited by manvantaras, X 360

as Mahat, X 314

Mahat & Lipika, X 406

primordial, X 241

Universal, X 320

as Word, XII 611

work Planetary Builders and, X 342

Ideations:

Only purified, can impress immortal

Ego, XII 626

Idée Fixe:

after death influence of, III 425

Ideograph(s):

development of, XIII 336

records unspoken ideas, XIII 292

See also Hieroglypics

Idiotai:

IX 20

Idiots:

Congenital, incarnate at once, I 298

364 (368); V 16-17 (45); VII 178

consciousness of, on astral plane, XII

662, 679

monadic memory and, V 16-17 (45)

Idol(s):

Asclepius on, foreseeing future, VII

216

as fetish, VII 213-14

in Genesis, VII 216

inner, and morality, VII 207-08

inner, mat be corrupted, VII 207-08

magical, VII 220, 230

teraphim and, VII 215

Idolatry:

Bible and, VII 235-36; VIII 176

false charges of, XIV 50

Hinduism mistaken for, XIII 259

of Jehovah, XIII 256, 278-79

origin of term, XI 66

supposed, of Chaldeans, XIII 229,

273

a veil, VII 272-73

worship of Divine Essence not, XIV

50

Idra Zuta:

See Zohar

Idrah Rabbah:

on concealed Supreme Wisdom, III

319

IE:

or Jah conceptive power of 1st

emanation, XIV 301

IEU:

Deity of the Right, XIII 36, 39

the First Man, XIII 28, 36

Guardian of the Veil, XIII 36

Jesus and, XIII 36

Overseer or bishop, XIII 28

sets the Archōns of Light, XIII 28-29, 36

as Watcher, XIII 35-36, 65

Ignorance:

about Theosophy, XI 462

collective aggregate of, VIII 97

fostered by Jesuits, XIV 341

inner knowledge and, XI 452

as psychic anaesthetic,

superstition and, VIII 13

IHS:

monogram of Christ, VIII 211

IHT:

mystic numerology and, VIII 211

IHVH:

VIII 141 fn., 153, 155

definitions, VIII 142, 146, 147

glyph of existence, VIII 142

See also Tetragammaton

IHVH ALHIM:

Female jah-hovah, VIII 139

Ikshvaku (Sk.):

ancient races &, IX 197 & fn. (219 & fn.)

Gautama Buddha descended from, II

132 fn.

Suryavaüa and, V 28 & fn. (219 & fn.)

Ila (Sk.):

daughter of Manu, X 363-64

earth, V 220

Ilangakoon, Mrs. Dias:

Buddhist Catechism and, XI 445

gave Tipi˜aka to Adyar T.S. Library,

XI 445; XII 300

Ilavrita (Sk.):

India and, V 220

Ilbert Bill:

See Ialdabaōth

Iliad:

See Homer

Ilarion:

See Hilarion

Illuminati:

on astral spectre, VII 193

Buddha greatest of, III 267

degenerated Cabala of later, I 111

status of Christ & Buddha, I 108

term Adepts used by, XI 171 (179)

typical, teaching on God, II 35-36

Illumination:

Adept’s & chela’s cp., XII 618

Plotinus on means to, II 95

True, causes power to serve &

Humility, XII 262

See also Englignment

Illuminatus:

a son of Immortality, XIII 25

 Illusion(s):

Buddhist ascetic conquers, XIV 419

glittering, of Occult Arts leads to evil,

IX 260

of "I" & "not I," XII 411

Life & Death, Goad & Evil are, XII 625

of material atoms, XI 119 (133)

or Maya, XII 58

necessary evil of, VIII III-14

objective world and, IX 241

phenomena of visible, VIII 132-33

primitive Substance lies beyond, XIV

419

psychological & physiological

phenomena, XI 336

Reality and, VIII 95-96

truth & world of, XIII 93

unity beyond veil of, XIII 70

See also Maya; Saüsara

Illusionists:

Sadducees were, XIV 181-82

The Illustrated Weekly (NY.):

Turguenyev's poem in, I 253

Ilu:

on brilliant sons of, XIII 228

concealed deity, XIII 228

Imagination:

actual existence and, II 171

creation and, VIII 133-34

divination and, III 432

faith and, XII 403

involved in magic & healing, XII 403

materialized forms and, I 267

memory in sleep and, X 250-51

is memory of other births, VII 81

mother's, affects foetus, X 218

of Nature, VIII 133

plastic power of formation, X 222-23,

225

power of, & woman,, VI 262-63

psychic senses and, IX 177

puts man above brutes, XII 133-34

reasons for powerful, X 222

"scientific," XII 133-34

unclean, of sensitives, X 225

Universal Mind and, VIII 133

Imago:

in Virgil, VII 229

Imago Primi Saeculi Societatis Jesu:

on Society of Jesus, IX 302, 313

bibliog., IX 420

Imam:

end of world and, VI 116

Imeretia:

Guriya and, I 387, 388

Imitation:

occult reasons for, in animals, X

387-90

Immaculate Conception:

of all Adepts, XIV 139-40

occult meaning of, X 355-56

real meaning of, VI 262-63

of Saoshyant, III 461

See also Virgin Mary; Virgin-Mother

Immorality:

between mortals & elementaries, 1V 300

Immortality:

adepts not only ones to claim, VI 102

of atoms, I 331

Bible mute on, II 12 (23), 70

Buddhists do not believe in, II 13 (23)

is conditional, I 293, 298; II 8-11

(19-22), 10-11 (21-22); III 295 fn.; VI

102; XII 622, 632

conscious, in spirit & alchemy XI 515

(538)

denied by modern thought, XIII 154

doctrine of, & crimes, II 13 (24)

of gods during Mahamanvantara, XII

629

in good & evil, III 296-98

how to win, IV 581; XII 630

Ingersoll and, IV 80

is not survival, II 12 (23)

occult view of, IV 250-51, 253

only moral nature will take one to,

XII 632

personal, is conditional, XII 622-41

philosophers' stone and, XI 520 (543)

proved in spiritualism, XII 122,

124-25 & fns. & q.

realized during Initiation, XIV 276-77.

279, 288-89

of soul, I 102

teaching of, confused in N.T., VIII 404

wrong conceptions of, IV 254

Immutability:

absolute, & Universal Law, IX 98

Imothos [Imouthēs]:

or Aesculapius, IX 20, 20 fn. -21 fn.

"Imperator":

W.S. Moses or "M.A. (Oxon)" and.

IV 272-74; V 347

Imperator:

does not materialize objectively, III

394-95

Mahatma Letters give hints on, III

395 fn.

Impermanence:

one certain quality of world is, VI 331

See also Change

Impersonality:

hard to learn, IX 177

positive strength needed for, XII 508

Impersonations:

by elementaries, III 395

Imponderables:

chemistry and, IV 217-18

Impossible:

never &, should be erased as terms, I

109

Impression(s):

or "Mark" of Light, XIII 29

mystic body of Jesus and, XIII 30

physical, psychic or mental, XII 370

Impudence:

proverb about lies and, XI 291

Inaction:

is false self-development, XI 469

result of, in a deed of mercy, XI 469

See also Action

Inca(s):

alleged origin & meaning of, II

305-07

Aymaras and, II 317

had no written language, II 334

tomb of, II 340 et seq.

treasures of, tomb hieroglyphics, II

326, 339-42

Incantations:

magical effects of, I 352-53

talismans & amulets, XIII 337

See also Evocations)

Incarnates:

of Supreme Wisdom among Druses,

III 183-84 & fns.

Incarnation(s):

definite length for each, III 210

divine, or Avataras, XIV 373

on first, of Kumaras, XII 608

only Hell is during, VIII 299

ordeal of, necessary, VIII 117

previous, & spiritual ego, VII 113

rest & bliss between, VIII 299

sign of Capricornus, XII 76

a special illusion, XIV 373-74

uninterrupted, of high Adept, XIV

377

See also Avataras; Devachan;

Reincarnation

Incarnation, Conscious:

Dalai Lamas and, II 471-72

possession of another's body, II 467,

472

temporary transmigration of soul, II

217

Incense:

definition, III 462

Incorporeus:

Origen's epithet for God, VI 360

Incubi(us):

on corporeity of, XII 194 fn.

of iniquity comes from dark side of

moon, XII 204

succubi and, IV 139-42; VIII 67 (89);

XII 194 & fn.

See also Succubi(us)

Indépendence Belge:

H.P.B. and, I 1

Index Expurgatorius:

Sinnett's United on the, VII 307

Index Librorum Prohibitorum:

IV 462

bibliog., IV 652

India(n):

 Adepts have forsaken, III 487

Adepts in Southern, III 487

Adepts or Mahatmas, II 121-22; XIV

447 fn., 449

allegedly Hellenized, V 241

Alma Mater of later civilizations, III

420

ancient archaeology of, VI 144

ancient intercourse with Europe, V

300

ancient, knew of writing, XIII 314-17

ancient land of Aryas, XIV 21

ancient medicine of, II 199

architecture in, & Greece, II 344-45

Aryanising of Western thought, XIII

174

or Aryavarta ep. to West, XII 157-58

ascetic life cp. to Egyptian, XIV 22

ascetics of, differ from ¬ishis, IV 562

Babylonian astrologers and, IX 137-38

on Blavatsky's Open Letter to, XII

156-57

British government in, & TS., II 292,

428

cause of affliction of, V 99-100

character of refined people in,

IV 145-46

coins of ancient, II 348

conditions in, before & after T.S., XI

392-94

cow killing and, IV 299

cradle of Hellenic stock, V 234

cycles and, II 424

danger of Russians visiting, III 83

dating Vedic Age in, XIII 314

degenerate yet more moral than

Christian lands, II 379

determining, chronology, XIII 314-17

devoted to ancestors, III 153

Diaskeuasts, XIII 314

"elementals" and, XII 301

English politics and, II 301-02

fakirs at Gaya, XII 321-24

Founders revive self-respect of,

III 448

future fateful hour for, I 404-05

generic name in past, III 420

gods of, & Jewish Patriarchs, XIV

91 fn., 92-93

golden web of brotherhood in, XII

305

good done by Theosophy in, IX 129

et seq.

Greek nomenclature and, IV 66

gulf between natives & rulers of, IV

145

Hebrew use of numbers came from,

XIV 245

Hercules is of, origin, XIV 246-48

history of, misrepresented, V 230-34

Holy Trinity idea from, XIV 185-86

lacks courage to avow belief in

Masters, XII 158

latent talent in, IV 159

literary centers of, XII 306

magic in, I 141-42

Masters' influence seen in, XII 159

materialistic youth of, II 121

Mathematics born in, XIV 360

medium requested by, III 142

mediumship in, considered a curse, II

74

missionaries in, wretched failures, II

258, 260

modern, shadow of Aryavarta, II 99

Müller on religious ideas of, II 210

must be regenerated by her own, III 6

Mutiny in, & missionaries, 11 26, 51;

III 69-70

Mutiny of Rumla and, II 293-97

National Congress of, XI 394

"Native Volunteers" and, IV 454-55

needs schools of ancient psychology,

II 217

obscurity of, Occult Science, XIV 22,

444, 447 fn.

Olcott urges, to study ancient

knowledge, IV 150-51

once connected with both Americas,

V 222

once focus of Divine Wisdom, XIV

310

opposed to return of bhutas, II 177-78

origin of Ethiopians, XIII 332

owes much to British Government,

not Christianity, II 26, 52

Pantheon dramatized in her Mysteries,

XIV 260-62

phenomena in, II 68-69

philosophers of, superior to European

philosophers, II 508

population of, II 26, 71, 72, 297; IV

604

primitive focus of human thought,

VII 91

"Primordial Circle" & temples of,

XIV 208 fn.

regeneration of, must be effected by

Hindus, II 181

religions of, & Christianity, III 119-20,

439

religious freedom and, IV 429, 433-34

research in, destroyed by officialism,

III 153

Russia & England, III 75-77

sages & reformers, XIV 46, 449

scepticism of young, II 38-39

secret Aramas of, XII 345 fn.

secret cycles, XIV 353-54, 356-57,

358-68

signifies a river country, XIII 332

source of Arts & Sciences, XIV 21

on South, lower classes, V 217

Spiritualism and, II 71-75

study of Russian and, III 46-49

suffers from lack of harmony &

unanimity of purpose, II 297

System needs occult key, XIV 444

Theosophical Society work in,

appreciated, IV 22-24

Theosophist & regeneration of, IV

158-59

women of, & Christianity, I 405

See also Aryavarta; Jambudvipa;

Indians, American

Indian Christian Herald:

abuses T.S., II 48-49, 52, 53

Indian Churchman:

VI 58

Theosophy and, VI 161

Indian Daily News:

on burial of a murderer, II 437

on Eglinton's phenomena, IV 29

suspects Olcott's motives, IV 150-51

Indian Echo Press:

published work on yoga, II 453 fn.

Indian Mirror:

III 9, 55, 57-59, 73, 287, 329-30; V

286, 351-53

on Bible, III 66-67

editor of, receives letters from K.H.,

VI 257 fn.

misconceptions of, III 371 et seq.

on real education & women, VI

257-60

on sham ascetic, IV 351-52

on Theosophists & Yoga, III 60

on unchartered TS. branch, IV 187-88

bibliog., V 385

Indian National Congress:

modelled upon T.S. lines, XII 305

patriotism &, related to advent of

T.S., XII 304

Indian Philosophy:

Buddhism not a school of, XII 343

in Lucifer, XIII 174

Prakriti & Purusha of, XIV 211-12

a psychological key, III 52

revival of ancient, III 105-06

six systems of, II 209; XII 343

The Indian Spectator:

on Dayananda Sarasvati, I 382

The Indian Tribune:

II 31

on Dayananda Sarasvati, I 382

Indian Witness:

IV 117

false & slandering, IV 76 et seq.,

393-94

Indians, American:

American Adepts work with some, IX

400H

Atlantean language & some, V 216

citizenship of, a farce, XIII 188

dying of exposure & starvation, XII

281, 286

name for, & India, V 221-22

revolting treatment of, by whites, XII

285

Indigo:

corresponds to Higher Manas, XII

529, 548-49 fn. 562, 564-68, 614

See also Esoteric Section Diagrams

Individualism:

self and, XI 151

Individuality(ies):

alike in essence but differ in

manifestation, IV 535

Christos is glorified, XIII 55

collective, the only truth, XI 212-13

& fn. (248 & fn.)

delusion of, makes Devachan less real,

V 78-79

disembodied, is higher triad, V 75

divine ego, XII 415

everlasting, VI 109

foundation of, III 410

heresy of, IV 264

is impersonal, IV 186

Jesus as, XIII 50

as Jivan, IV 536

man as manasic, & not psychic, XII

357

no independent existence for, VI

10 fn.; X 395

obliteration of human, II 109

only Spiritual, survives death, V 14

(43), 76 ff.

personality and, III 437; IV 186, 253

et seq.; XI 197, 246 (283); XII 353,

357, 366, 415

preservation of spiritual, VII 52

séance apparitions and, III 414-17

seat of, in an Occult power, III 411

sense of, III 411

spiritual, has no Avichi or Devachan,

IV 548 fn.

Spiritual, or immortal Monad, IV

120, 185

star or Ray of, XIII 72-73

survives destruction of brain, III 411

union with personality, XIII 48

unites with universal entity, V 93

See also Divine Ego; Jiva; Spiritual

Ego

 

Indo-Aryans:

adepts on, V 202

Hindu-Kush and, V 212, 229

Orientalists and, V 209

Indo-Caucasians:

Egyptians and, II 394

Indo-European(s):

Akkadian & Turanian origins, XIII

330-33

origin of, V 200, 202

races, V 203, 224

Scythians may have belonged to, XIII

335

Indolence:

scourge of humanity, X 117 (122)

lndra(s):

cross and, VII 294-95

Dasyus and, V 219

definition, II 273

Gautama's wife and, IV 366

giant and, V 223

Jahve and, II 274

Orpheus and, V 304, 306

same as Arjuna, V 305

symbolic meaning of, XIII 159

taught writing to Pelasgians, V 305

Indriya(s) (Sk.):

centers of sensation, XII 661

senses, IV 580, 608

Indu Prakash:

II 483

on Indian prince in Russia, II 54

Induction:

magnetic, & medium's body, III 248

Inductive Hypothesis:

Spiritualists use, I 230

See also Science

Indus River:

border of ancient land of Aryas, V

220

Induvaüa (Sk.):

Gautama Buddha an, V 28 (57)

Kshatriyas traced to, V 28 fn. (57 fn.)

Ineffable:

Father of all Fatherhood, XIII 36

Mystery of the, XIII 36

Name, XIII 31

Table of the, XIII 28

Inertia:

Figuaniere on, XII 119

inner self versus, III 73

Infallibility:

Masters claim no, X 132

rejected, IV 484 (487)

of Science questioned, XIII 138,

143-44, 152-53, 245-46

Theosophists do not claim, III 137

Infancy, Gospel of:

alleged Ist miracle of Jesus in, V

239 fn.

bibliog., V 364

Infants:

reincarnate immediately, V 16-17 (45);

VII 178-82

Infernal Machines:

of modern science, XIII 215-17

Infidels:

acknowledged later as wise men, II 90

Infinite:

Absolute of Wm. Hamilton and, V

152

on boundless nature of, X 45 fn.

cycle of Emanations and, XIV 63,

185-87

limits of science in gauging, V 151-52

no relation with finite, IV 536; V

97 fn.; VIII 66 (88); XI 414 fn.

no size to, IX 167

a paradox in Christianity, XIV 51

reason cannot know, XI 222 (258)

Spirit or Deity with form cannot be,

X 45 & fn.

Unity is Ain-Soph, XIV 186

See also Boundless; Parabrahm[an]

Infinities:

seven, XIII 17

Infinitude:

Crookes' experiments and, IV 316

unattainable by senses, IV 318

Infinity:

abyss between, & the absolute, XII

342

Influenza:

causes of, unknown, XII 107-09, 110

cosmical source of, XII 109

epidemic nature of, XII 109

European royalty levelled by, XII 106

ozone in relation to, XII 109-10

Zedekauer on, tie with cholera, XII

107

See also Epidemics

Ingersoll, Col. Robert (1833-1899):

XI 191

on blasphemy, IV 457 fn.

books of, V 119

eulogizes Beecher, III 138

Freethought Movement and, III 65,

232

H.P.B.'s respect for, V 124

iconoclastic influence of, XII 296

ideal citizen & noble character, VIII

298

immortality principle not denied by,

IV 80

on Jehovah & Brahma, XI 68

moral courage of, III 232

Olcott on, IV 79

on Paine, II 381

scoffs at Hell, III 90

writes in response to Judge Black, IV

80

Ingham, Charles B.:

on Esoteric Buddhism, X 151-52

Ingratitude:

crime in occultism, XII 593

Inherbalization:

of Elementals in plants, X 362

Inichua:

language of Incas, II 317

Initiate(s):

ancient books written for, XIV 127

ancient nations had, XII 15

Apollonius last, of old, IV 516 fn.

Arhat, seek safety beyond the

Himalayas, VI 99

Astrologers were, XIV 344

Atlantean, among first, XIV 16,

Atlantean iniquities resisted by, XIV

251

"Atonement" known to, XIV 263 fn.

Black Magic and, VII 124, 134

Book of Numbers is work of, V 214

Brahmanas have very few, VIII 58

(80)

Brahmatma chief of Hindu, XIV 152,

430

Buddhist & Hindu, XIV 277, 285,

429-31

causes own "remains" to stay in

world, XIV 377

Christos meaning and, IX 20 fn.,

21 fn.

classical writers on, XIV 251-52,

274-78

commit nothing to writing, XIV 33-34

compose Ist Section of T.S., II 494

& fn. (501 & fn.)

converts in order to protect Mysteries,

XI 7374

definitions, VIII 183; XI 158, 170 et

seq. (178 et seq.)

degrees & trials of, XIV 140-41, 249,

251-53, 261-62, 277-79

dialogue of ancient, XIV 74-75 fn.,

288

do not believe in anthropomorphic

god, VIII 56 (78)

does not command nature, VIII 57

(79)

Egyptian, XIV 24, 252-53, 263 fn.,

279, 284, 288-89, 344

Egyptian priests & Atlantean, XIV

252

in era of Jesus, XIV 148, 253

ethics of, worldwide, XIV 256

first Hierophants of humanity, XIV

81 & fn., 251-53, 269-70

forced to become renegades, XI 73

full, beyond Bramanical laws, XIV

122

full, can recall divine state, XIV 52

Gautama as a King, XIV 253, 374

gave keys to Esoteric Texts, XIII 91

glorified "Gods" or Angels, XIV 141,

147-48, 246, 249, 253, 256, 276-78,

384 fn.

glorified will of, XIII 56-57

Gnostic, Ozarim, XIV 263 fn.

Guardians & Protectors, XIV 63, 81,

139, 251, 278

Guru transfers Wisdom to, XIV 161,

175 fn., 275-77, 376, 430

hard to catch, leave no trace behind, I

161

as healers & naturopaths, XIV 252-53

heirlooms in stone observatories, XIV

359

H.P.B. does not claim to be great,

XIII 93

help others with aid of own inner

God, XII 534

highest, perceive the "SelfExistent,"

VI 192

hold key to Universal symbology, XIV

23, 46, 101, 139, 344, 430

India still has a few, III 487

Inner Deity is Initiator, XIV 54

of Interior Mysteries, few, XIV 114,

253, 277

Jesus a great, VIII 200, 402; XIV 123

Jesus, Buddha, Apollonius & Krishna

of same school, XIV 139, 253

Jesus the, on objective planes, XIII 61

Job an Arabian, XIV 26

join the pre-Buddhistic ascetics, VI 99

the Just of Isaiah's vision, XIII 58 fn.

Kabbalists or, struggle with

Synagogue, XI 491

as Kings, XIV 253

Kings taught by, XIV 252-53

known as "Perfect," XII 16; XIV

56 fn., 81, 251, 262

Masonry originated by, XIV 250-51

Mexicans had, XIV 24, 280

motto of, IV 100

mystery of Cross and, IV 265

mystery of Sun-, XIV 88, 139-40, 142,

148, 223, 260, 264-65, 281, 284

mystic words on robe of resurrected,

XIII 32

not. among crowds, III 260

numbers yield secrets to, XIV 62-63,

95-97

only, can use Esoteric scriptures, XIV

45, 101, 149, 250, 309 fn., 429-30

original, were among men, XIV 246,

249-51

Osirified, or must "die," II 11 (22)

St. Paul an, XII 15-16 & fn.; XIV 122

penalized for revelations, XIV 85

& fn., 309 fn., 430

persecutions of, XIV 278, 429-31

planetary chambers and, VII 113

plateau of Pamir and, III 187

Plato on god-like nature of, XIV 256,

276

practical, & arcana of things, XII 602

preliminary trial of neophytes, XIV

288-89

priest-craft and, XIV 250-53

purity & chastity of, XIV 289, 309 fn.

pyramids and, XIV 24, 262, 280

raising of dead a criterion for, XIV

253, 279

real, cannot be crushed, XIV 267-68,

278

rebirth of genuine, XIV 373 & fn.,

374-76, 400

receiving the "Word," IV 100; XIV

263, 271 fn., 289, 430

recognize each other by aura, XI 497

relation of, to Races, VII 113

responsibility of, XIV 252-53

sacramental words of, XI 101

sacrifices physical to Spiritual Self,

XIV 142, 277

secrecy of, XIV 28, 33, 39-41, 46, 149,

250-51, 268, 270, 278, 309 fn., 359,

429-30

secret language of, V 297; XII 16;

XIV 149

show the way, VIII 205

as Son of Man, XIV 81, 287

"Sons of God," III 189; XIV 139-40;

148

soul-power tested, XIV 32, 140-42,

251, 262, 275-76, 278, 288

"spirits" and, IV 245

studied sacerdotal language, V 298

swears to die for mankind & truth, XI

100 fn.

system of Sages and, XIII 356

Tau laid on breast of, XIV 151

teach evolution of Mind, XIII 40

test each other's discoveries,

III 473

thanksgiving prayer of, XIV 148

Theophany of, XIV 276

treatises of real, still exist, XI 527

(549)

Truth is Bride of, XIII 77-78

try to save Humanity, XIV 139, 246,

251, 262, 468

two kinds of, III 297

two types of Gurus in India, XIV 278

Universal language among, XIV 101,

127

unknown communities of, XIV 28,

68, 278

Wisdom-Religion is work of, XIII

93-94

See also Adept(s); Brother(s);

Epoptēs; Hierophants; Mahatma(s);

Master(s)

Initiation(s):

Adepts & the last, XIII 72

Alchemy imparted at, XIV 299

allegory of final, in John, XI 498-502

Archaic records of, XIV 358

Astrology given in, XIV 345

astronomical foundation of, VIII

362-63 (381-83); XIV 141-42, 148,

151 & fn., 264, 332

Atlantis as source of, mysteries, XIV

250 fn.

awful sanctity of, rites, XIV 275, 279,

289

as birth into new life, XI 177 (185)

Buddhists & Hindus practice ancient,

rites, XIV 277

Cicero, Aristophanes & Porphyry on,

VII 122

continuity of, preserved, III 473

crypts in Mexico, India & Central

Asia, XIV 24, 262

crypts of, & pit, VIII 204 fn.

cycle of, VIII 355-56 (372-73), 362-63

(381-83)

on cycle of, allegory in N.T., XI 495

cycle of, & story of Jesus, IX 203 fn.

(225 fn.)

danger before supreme, XIV 34, 309

& fn., 310

death of Initiator and, IV 264-65,

398; XIV 260-65

degrees & grades of, XIII 8, 60-62,

66-67

degrees of Egyptian, XIV 288-89

derivation of term, XI 172 (180)

descent into Hades and, XI 90-91

Egyptian & Indian Mysteries of, XIV

254, 260-65, 279, 288-89

Esoteric canon and, XIV 12, 45, 168,

246, 249

failure in, XIV 255-56, 262, 309 & fn.

Gate of Death, rite, XI V 279, 288-90

Gnostic allegory of Jesus', XIV 160-61

grades of, XI 493

Great Pyramid not used for, since

Cheops, IV 287

greater, during 'full Moon, XIII 11

Herculean labors & Zodiac symbolize,

XIV 140

Himalayan Fraternity and, III 264,

421

India was cradle of, XI 177 (185)

Initiate's sacred vow at, XI 100 fn.

"J" related to patriarchal, in Bible, XI

497

Jesus & the twelfth, XIII 7

Jesus used words of Pagan, XIV

147-48

Karma of illegal revealer of, XIV

34 fn., 39-40, 309 & fn.

keynote of greatest Mystery of, XIV

142, 255

lodges of Central & South America,

XIV 280

lyre of Apollo and, XIV 269, 271 fn.

Masonic rites of, XIV 168, 250-51,

264-65

Mithraic, adopted in Church rites,

XIV 319-20 fn.

Mithraic rite of, XIII 23

murder & unchastity obstacles to, IX 305

Mysteries of, & Christos, IX 208 (230)

Mystic birth and, XIV 139-40, 141,

148, 271 fn.

Mystic Robe of, XIII 32

Mystic Tau in, XIV 152

Neo-Platonic, XIV 310

no seven-year, acc. to H.P.B., VI 271;

XI 362-63

not needed to know mystic ecstasy,

XIV 54

oldest ritual of, XIV 74 & fn., 277

ordeals & trials of, I 115

original school of, & aspirant, IX

162 fn.

outline of, rite, XIV 261-62

outwardly, is a school, inwardly

Religion, XIV 255

phorminx and, V 305

pledge & oaths of, XIV 165-66 & fn.

primeval truths imparted during, VIII

216

purification rites before, XIV 275-76,

279, 288

in pyramids, XIV 24 & fn., 262, 280

rapid Path to, XIV 439

as rebuilding the temple, XI 89

resurrection of spiritual Ego and, VIII

363 (383)

revelation & Theophania, XIV 48,

274-76

rites detailed, VII 275-76 & fn.; XIV

261-62

rites of, same everywhere, XIV 141,

148-49, 262, 274-75, 277, 279

Sabazius & Eleusis, XIV 114

sacramental formula and, IX 279-80

Sadducees and, VII 257

scene of, on Egyptian bas-relief, IX

273-74

Science of sciences, XIV 255

secret observatories & Halls of, XIV

332

secrets kept from world, IV 570; XIV

308-09 & fn.

secrets of outer, XIII 26

secrets of, saved by Initiates, XI 73

self-sacrifice in, as Spiritual death,

XIV 290

senses and, VI 156

Seven Planets and, XIV 88, 142

sevenfold, taught by Orpheus, XIV

269-70

shedding of Wisdom, XIV 264

Spiritual Sun invoked at, IX 272; XIV

260-65

stone tablets used in, XIV 126, 246

Sun of, triple, XIV 221-22

supreme, & allegory about Moses, IV

101, 265

symbolic carving of Egyptian, XIV 148

sympathetic reaction taught at, V 81

is temporary death, IV 265

third, & scriptures, VII 254

towers of, XIV 281-82

trance of 49 hours, VIII 196

trials of, XIV 253, 260-65, 274-76,

288-89

trials of, & story of Janus, VIII

191-92

truths and, VII 268

Twelve Tortures of, XIV 288-89,

319 fn.

in Valentinian School, XIII 25

veiled in Dark Ages, XIV 45, 165-66, 168

views on Profane Astrology, XIII 38

Vivakarman and, VIII 202 fn.; XIV

260-64

why, originated, XIV 249, 276

wrong views about, & probation, XI

362-63

See also Mystery(ies); Theophania

Initiator(s):

Book of Enoch on, XIV 39, 84

      Celestial, XIV 54, 75 fn., 81, 83-84, 140

Chaldean, of Saint Cyprian, XIV 166

      Commodus killed postulant, XIV 279

First, & sacred prophecy XIV 39

Hierophant is the Supreme, XIV 84,

166 & fn., 260-65

is Inner Deity, XIV 54

may die, but is not killed, XIV

263-64, 290

Vivakarman & Vikartana as, XIV

260-61, 264

See also Hierophant(s)

Initiator of Year:

Janus or Chanoch as, VIII 19293 fn.

Injustice:

cruelty &, of civilization, XI 10-11

Inman, Dr. Thomas (1820-1876):

XI 484

———- Ancient and Pagan Christian

Symbolism:

not for ignorant masses, I 380

———- Ancient Faiths . . .:

a precursor of phallic study, XIII 254

bio-bibliog., XI 579

bibliog., I 471; XIII 384

Inmetalization:

of Elementals, X 362

Inner Group of T.S.:

appeal of W.Q. Judge for, XII 479

attempt of Subba Row & Damodar,

XII 479

petition of London Lodge, XII 479

petition to Masters for an, VI 250-56

See also Esoteric Section

Inner Man:

dissolution of, precedes physical

death, VI 347-48

nerve-aura and, V 213

is one in all races, IX 65

Inner Voice:

not every, is divine inspiration, XI 50

Innocents:

initiated Brethren of Pagans, XI 101

Innovation:

selfishness often inspires spirit of,

XIII 190

Innovators:

full of vanity, X 169

Inoculation:

Brown-Sequard method of, XII 227

Inquisition:

abolished by Napoleon, XII 41; XIV

104

agency for hell-fire on earth, III 353

burning of heretics, XII 73-74

celestial slaughter house, II 47

danger to Hermeticists, I 131; XII 75

Dostoyevsky's novel and, III 324

Loyola supported, IX 298-99

modern civilization and, XII 41

on predestination & "damned," XII

74-75

slander a form of, III 258

slaughters of, IX 341

Vatican archives on, XII 74

INRI:

astronomical relations of, XIV 158

four elements and, XIV 158

monograph of Jesus Chrēstos on

cross, XIV 158

numbers & esoteric Square of, XIV 158

as pyramid-base numbers, XIV 158

translation of, XIV 158

Insanity:

can result from waking a

somnambulist, XIII 366

by electric current, III 285

occult physiology of, VI 379-80

suicide and, IV 261

Inscription(s):

Conjeeveram, & Sankara's date, V 197

Gaya, & Cunningham, V 260-62

on sepulchre, VIII 195-96, 229-30

Inspiration:

divine, not claimed by Buddha or

Confucius, IV 106

imaginings claimed as divine, IV 352

as source of knowledge, II 88

Instinct:

control over, distinguishes rational

man, XI 427-28

intelligence and, II 186

of lower principles after death, X 261

opposed to intellect, VII 35

unmodifiable, VII 34

See also Animal Nature; Animalism;

Sense(s)

Instructions, Esoteric Section:

See Esoteric Section Instructions

Insubres:

Keltic Gauls, V 200

Intellect(s):

amphibian, does exist, VII 87-88

cyclic evolution of, XIII 264-65

ethics need to dominate, VIII 55 (77)

has paralysed spiritual perception,

XIV 333

high, with no spirituality is possible,

III 417; VI 198

or Mahat, X 319

often impedes spiritual conceptions, X

223

varied, in Universe, X 312

without Buddhi is spiritually sterile,

VI 198

Intellectual Ray:

of Shakespeare & mediumship, VI 226

Intellectuality:

not genius, XII 19-20

Intelligence(s):

Ah-hi are not conscious, X 322

animal, inheres in manas after death,

V 14 (43)

in animals, VII 34-35

of apes, VI 199-200

awaiting incarnation, XI 64

of Builders & Fohat, X 354

Celestial Buddhas as aggregrate, VI

111

cerebral development and, II 186

communicating, not all "spirits," X

168

Dhyani-Buddhas are Divine, X 362

disembodied, & mediums, IV 121

ex-terraneous, but not disembodied, X

262

kama-rupa & alleged, IV 449

Kumaras are incarnating, X 343

memory and, V 20-21 (49)

non-human, III 368

opposed to instinct, VII 35

physical, III 408, 410, 411

spiritual, III 412

Supernal communicate with mortals,

X 214 fn.

ten, & Sephira, I 112

universal, VI 176

Intelligence-Wisdom:

Absolute, only manifested in

humanity, VIII 66 (88)

Intelligible:

of Plato cp. with Fire of Simon

Magus, XII 553

Intercourse:

between Adepts out of their bodies, V

81 fn.

between entities in Devachan, V 80-81,

88, 90-94

between monads in world of

subjectivity, V 88

with Devachanic entities, V 79

in Gnostic allegory, XIII 35, 37

Interdependence:

universal correspondences and, XI 230

(267)

Interpolarisation:

Yoga and, II 470

Interpretation:

dreams and, X 263

Interviews:

H.P.B. on reporters', I 237

Intolerance:

dogmatism and, XI 481-82

effects of, XI 32

nature of, IX 7

Theosophical Society aims to crush

spirit of, IV 415-16

Intoxicants:

Adeptship requires abstinence from, X

127

Intra-Mercurial Planet:

See Vulcan

Introversion:

of mental vision & sensitives, VI 135-38

Intuition:

alone can perceive ideal laws, II 103

developing faculty of, XIl 492-93, 495

is divine, but faith is human, XII 407

divine, developing now in mankind,

VIII 102

egotism & altruism, IX 400G

faith cp. to, XII 407

fostered by answering one's own

questions, XII 495-96

how, best developed, IX 400H

nature & action of, XI 217 (253), 222

(258)

no infallible, XI 466

an object of E.S., XII 495-96

occult truth perceived by, X 128

reason subordinate to, II 95, 179

seizes on positive truth, VIII 129

source of knowledge, X 350

vanity blinds, X 129

Invisibility:

achieved by mesmerism, XIV 134

attained by occult means, VII 73

Invisibles:

Mystery of the, XIII 32

Invocation(s):

of gods, XIV 350

of "spirits" is unconscious Black

Magic, XII 32

used to free astral spirit, XIV 131

Zoroastrian, for the dead, IV 508

Involute, The:

an Atlantean relic, V 222

Involution:

on ascending arc of spirituality, XIV

303-04

cyclic law of, XIV 290, 303

See also Evolution

Iōannēs:

Ionah or Jonah, III 217 fn.

John, Dagon, Vishnu, XI 488

Ion:

as representative of a people, V 215

Ion:

See Euripides

Ionians:

on ancestry of, V 216

Ira (Sk.):

means earth or native soil, V 220

Irakliy (Herakleois), Emperor:

See Heraclius, Emperor

Iran:

Turanians settled in, XIII 330

See also Persia

Ireland:

abode of Atlantean emigrants, XI 304

ancient name for Venus in, XIV

258 fn.

Druids sacred fire in Ierne or, XIV

258

elementals and, X 272

letter P and, II 390

most ancient of British Isles, XI 304

round towers of, XIV 222, 281

slave-trade and, XII 267 fn.

Irenaeus (130?-202?):

IX 340; XIV 202

credulous & uncritical, VI 148

cunning use of name Peter, XIV 124

on Eve as "primitive woman," XIV

157

Fourth Gospel and, VI 148, 153-54

opponent of Gnōsis, VI 148; XIII 26

reputation for untruth, XIV 121

———- Adversus Haereses:

VI 148

on age of Jesus, IV 362 fn.

on Barbēlō, XIII 24

on Demiurge & Gnosticism, XIII

26-27

on Ebionites, XIV 150 fn.

on Gnostic creation, XIII 43-44; XIV

199

on Italian Valentinians, XIII 26

on Jesus preaching 20 years, IX 204

(226)

on Menander, XII 557

on number of Gospels, VI 153-54 & fns.

on Ogdoad of Moses, XIV 199

on Simon Magus, XII 571; XIV 110

on system of Marcus, XIII 51 fn.,

77-78

bibliog., IV 652; VI 438; XII 752

Irenaeus Philalethes:

See Eirenaeus Philalethes

Iron:

soft, cannot be magnetized, IV 207 fn.

Isaiah:

Israel and, II 140

lived 200 years before Cyrus, III 452

prophecies of, V 253

Isaiah:

IV 531; IX 17 q., 92 q., 181 q.; XIV

314 fn., 338, 402

on Cyrus, III 450

on Jah as God the Father, IX 362 fn.

(390 fn.)

latter portion of, III 452 fn.

on Lucifer or Hillel, VIII 7 fn., 27,

27-28 fn.; XIV 315

meaning of, XIII 49, 100-01, 103

on seraphim, IX 96

vision of, XIII 58

 Isi:

Issi, Isis & term, XI 495

Isidore of Spain:

resuscitated his Master's horse, VII 26

Isis:

baptized "Geneviève" by Christendom,

XII 75

Ceres &, as Holy Virgins, II 164

dual nature of, XIV 155-56

Egyptian goddess of Earth, XIV 155,

243, 265, 292

Egyptian virgin-mother, XII 96 (103)

Horns of, XIV 156 fn.

initiations in temples of, IV 398

Issa and, IX 206 fn. (228 fn.)

lifting veil of, I 115, 118

"Lodge" in Masonry, XIV 265

patroness of Lutetia, XII 75, 96 (103)

priests of, V 110

Rose as symbol of, XIV 292

worshipped on January 3rd, X 278

Isis:

Theosophical Society journal, X 114

L' Isis:

French branch of TS., X 33

H.P.B. dissolves Bureau of, X 136

Isis Myrionymus:

Virgin Mary as, XI 97

Islam:

growth & results of, IX 143 & fn.

huge serpent lived in temple of, XIV

164 fn.

Judaism cp. with, XII 274

powerful coherence of, XI 194

prophet of, as viewed by Christians,

XIV 108

tradition of Adam & Angel, XIV 175

See also Mohammedanism

Island(s):

Sacred, of inland sea, III 402, 421

Sambhala & Chinese records, III

420-22

Ismail:

one of 5 Druse Messengers, III 184

Isocrates (436-338 B.C.):

XIV 257

Israel:

Biblical morals of, X 100

divining by teraphims, VII 230

Exodus from, allegorical, XIII 30, 37,

49

Isaiah and, II 140

Jeremiah and, IX 368 fn. (396 fn.)

lost Tribes of, IX 95, 352 fn.

(380 fn.); XIII 49; XIV 174, 179

meaning of, XIII 49

Medianites and, III 116-17

See also Judea

Israelites:

as bloodthirsty & sensual, XI 37

monotheism of, vulgarized

Magianism, III 456

prediction on, XI 362

used black magic, XI 43-44

See also Hebrews; Jew(s)

Issa:

boy lessus or Christ in Greek, XIV

292 fn.

Isis and, VII 295; IX 206 fn. (228 fn.)

Istar [Ishtar]:

identical with Lucifer, VIII 139

Ÿvara Bhava (Sk.):

man must become, I 335

Iswara [Sk. Ÿvara]:

an afterthought, III 142

Almora Swami and, V 124

belief in, not to be imposed on T.S.,

IV 472 fn.

Cahagnet's "Mother Thoughts" and,

III 62

claim of Yogins to know, II 94, 467

Dayanand and, IV 93

definitions, II 160; XI 476

identical with Agni, II 34-35

Jiva and, IV 423 et seq.

Kapila on, III 329

as Logos, X 313

is Lord of Hindus, XIV 373

Maya & Parabrahm, IV 194

Nirvana is not, IV 201

not a personal noun, VI 10 fn.

Parabrahm and, IV 537

the personal God, XIII 310

on proving "powers" of, IV 477

worship of, under other names, III 328

IT:

meaning of, X 302 et seq.

Italian(s):

Itali and, V 201, 212, 214

pre-Roman, V 212

in U.S.A. & Mazzini, I 390-91 (391-92)

Unity & Anti-papist Freemasonry, IV

55-60

Itard, Jean-Marie-Gaspard (1775-1858):

believed in mesmerism, XII 224

biog., XII 752

Itihasa:

definition, VI 42

Ivanovsky, Dr.:

on Gambetta's brain, IV 510-11

Iverach, James (1839-1922)

——— The Philosophy of Mr. H.

Spencer Examined:

VIII 335 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 459

Ivins, W.M. (1851-1915):

I 99

Hiraf Club member, I 97-98

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

a lawyer of H.P.B. in NY., I 2

biog., I 471

Iyam:

earth Goddess, I 227

Iyer, N.C.:

critical of Founders, IV 283

on Nai Grantham, IV 399

Iyer, S. Ramaswami:

part of proposed esoteric committee,

XII 479

Izdubar:

legends of, & seven-fold division, IV 578

See also Gilgamesh

Izors:

pagan, of Russia, II 356

Izvertzoff:

magical evocation of the Shaman and,

I 339-53