Volume XV

 

K index

 

K.H.:

See Koot Hoomi

Kabak:

or dram-shops of Jews, I 263

Kabalah (Kabbalah; Kabala):

Adam-Kadmon in, XII 410

Avesta understood by Chaldaean, III

456

axiom of, I 334

based on man alone, VII 264-65

beliefs of ancient, XII 192

Bible and, IV 195

borrowed from Magi, XIV 301-02

Budhism contains, of Tannaims, XII

345

Chaldaean Book of Numbers is real,

III 267; XIV 174, 191, 206

Chaldean, & legend of Adept race, V

221

Chaldean, source of Jewish, I 150; IV

517; XIV 172, 191

Christian, a fraction of Occult

Science, III 266, 268

cycles and, III 194

danger in numerals of, XIV 60

dangerous for weak intellects, XIV

309 fn.

dating of, XIV 263 fn.

definitions, I 130; IV 517

on Deity XIV 212

derivation of word, VII 268

distorted by Christians & Jews, III

267; VIII 215; IX 46; XI 244 (281)

distorted views of, XIV 168-72, 174,

179, 191, 197 & fn., 208 ff., 236-40

divides Kosmos into 7 worlds, XIV

209-10

Eastern & Western, are one, III 288

on elementals, XII 192

elements of, I 130

on Elōhim, XIV 210-15

on Emanations, XIV 185, 187, 301-02

Esoteric views on, XIII 351-54

essence of Masonry, XIV 66, 168

fundamental figure of, XIV 95-96

Gematria first division of, XIV 214

Genesis and, XIV 197-98 & fns.

genuine & Mosaic, contrasted, I 110-11

geometrical elements and, VII 293

Gospels and, VIII 210

Gupta Vidya cp. with, XIV 167 ff.,

180-91, 212-13

H.P.B. studied, for 40 years, VIII 140

Humanity's once Universal Language,

XIV 169-70, 180 ff.

implicit faith and, I 130

intentional slang of, I 131

Jewish, in conflict with Eastern

occultism, VII 253

Jewish, limitations listed, I 112-13

Jewish, offshoot of Aryan

esotericism, III 400

Jewish, only one key, VII 261

Jewish, too ceremonial, I 150

keys to Sacred Lore in, XIV 102,

167-78, 191, 197 & fn., 214, 309 fn.

literature on, VII 271-72

Marcus on AdamKadmon, XIII 51-55

meaning of Genesis and, XIII 100-01

meaning of term, I 111; XIV 17172

Merkabah and, XIV 38

Messiah called "interpreter" in, XIV

153

methods of deciphering, XIV 97-98,

191, 206-07, 212, 214

methods of permutation in, X 398

Metrology one aspect of, VII 256-57;

XIV 66, 169, 214

modern, and Roman Catholicism, XI

525 (548)

modern philosophers should study,

XIII 103

Nebular theory cp. to, XIV 87

needs a key, XII 341

New Testament, easiest, I 114

New Testament writers skilled in, XIV

156 fn.

on Nihilism, XIV 416-17

no matter for jest, XII 190

no spiritual mysteries in, now, VII 259

not to be taken verbatim, XIV 38,

43-44 & fn., 60-62, 66-67, 95-96,

102, 167-70, 191, 214

numerals & Bible personages, XIV

44 fn., 61-62, 65 fn., 66, 187, 212,

501-02

numerical methods of, III 195, 202;

VII 256-57

occult statutes on women and, XII

191-92 & fn.

Occultism and, III 181

only one copy of Oriental, exists, I

106

Oriental, not ceremonial, I 150

Oriental, the most secret, I 106

origin & meaning of, VI 319-20

original, unknown to West, XIV 191,

240

originated in Aryan thought, XI 28,

31

penalties incurred by revealing, XIV

309 & fn.

pentagram and, III 251

pharisees studied, III 453

on pre-existing Matter, XIV 87

Quaternary of, XIV 187

real, concerns spirit, VII 267

review of book about, XI 21-33

on Rosicrucian, I 105-06

on Sephirōth, XIV 18991, 212, 214

"seven" used in, IV 575

Seven Worlds of, XIV 209-10

sevenfold, VII 268

"short face" & "long face" in, VII 284

source of measures and, VII 261

source of Sufism &, the same, XII

347 fn.

spelling of word, VII 250 fn.

on Spiritually generated Race, XIV

66-67, 188, 197-98

on state of suicides, III 210-11

textbook of Nature's secrets, I 102

texts of, dead letter now, VII 267

Three chief divisions of, XIV 225

Three Faces of, III 313-14, 319

three higher Sephiroth in, a blind, X

345

three Magi borrowed from, I 129

a Transcendental system, XIV 95,

169-90, 185, 197-99, 212

two, IX 348 fn. (376 fn.)

unity of mankind and, XII 340

universal, VIII 140

unwritten, VIII 158

Vedantin teaching cp. with, XIV 301

& fn.

on Virgin & six-pointed star, III 461

worthless on Creation, XIV 191,

207 fn., 210-12

Zarathushtra and, III 456 fn.

See also Lvi, liphas; Zohar

Kabalist(s):

angelology of, criticized, XIV 340

associate ideas, persons & numbers,

XIV 10 fn., 62, 214

astral light of, XIV 191

belief in Universal Church, VI 213

Catholic clergy has, XIV 28-29

Chaldean, on primeval man, XIII

59-60

Chaldean-Tibetan influence on, III

400

"Christian," fond of self-worship, XI

225 (261)

Christian mediaeval, key to their

writings, III 264

Christology of, masked ancient

Kabalah, XIV 168, 191, 315 & fn.

at close of 19th C., XIII 222

diagram corrected, XIV 236

discredit "spirits," XII 198

elementaries of the, XII 189, 194

elements symbolized by, XIV 243

on liphas Lvi as, XIV 233-40

Ezra a deep, XIII 102 fn.

hated Pagan Mysteries, XIV 123

Hebrew, & Esoteric Buddhism, VI 3

initiated, & Book of Numbers, XI 526

(549)

Jewish, & the Nergal, XII 192 fn.

John of Revelation a, XIV 123

as Judiciary Astrologers, XIV 351-52

on Kabalistic "Lord," XIV 66

on Kabiri in Jewish or Chaldaean,

XIV 315 & fn.

know Apollonius biog. is symbolic,

XIV 127

know Genesis better than Christians,

VIII 52 (74)

language once Universal, XIV 169-70,

180 ff.

limitations of Western, XIV 19192,

233

meaning of, Logos, XII 313

modern European, confused, XI 243

(280); XIV 168, 182

motto of, VII 78

mutually inimical, XI 238 (274)

Occult Arts and, XIII 239 fn.

occultists and, III 266-67

Paracelsus & Reuchlin were learned,

XIV 169

St. Peter a, XIV 127

prototypes of, Creation, XIV 87

real, exist now, VII 253, 266-67

relations of Sephiroth and, XIII 353

renowned, VI 318 & fn., 319

Rosicrucians & Alchemists were, XIV

167-69

Shimeon ben-Shetah, XIV 98

Simon considered an Adept by, XIV

113

story of Adam's book, XIV 175

Tannaim a school of, XIV 115

on term "ancient," XII 313

theory on non-Hebrew origins, XIV

169-74, 182-84

True, & knowledge, III 264

used Gematria, XIV 214

Western & Jewish, lost true key, III

288-89

worlds enumerated, XIV 302

Zaliwsky's theory mirrored theory of,

XIV 225

Kabbala:

See Kabalah

Kabbalah Denudata:

See Knorr von Rosenroth

Kabbalistic:

axioms, VII 81, 84

keys lost, VII 267

Kabir (fl. 15th C.):

a theosophist, II 209

on Yogis, II 464

Kabiri (Kabeir, etc.):

angels compared with, VII 215

compared with 7 Elōhim, XIV 202

definition, III 453

distorted by Church Fathers, XIV 315,

339-41

as images of gods, VII 215

Jehovah is one of the, XIV 272, 317,

329, 337

Jupiter-Saturn is chief, XIV 337

Kabirim and, XIV 314-15

Kingly Race, XIV 94, 314

meaning of term, XIV 202, 315

mediating Angels, XIV 314, 329-30

Mystery Gods, XIV 94, 314-15, 337

Pharisees & worship of, III 453

on Phoenician, II 146

Planetary Spirits, XIV 314, 339

related to Venus, XIV 314

represent Host of Heaven, XIV 315

sons of Pta in Egypt, XIV 315 fn.

as teraphim, VII 232 fn.

as "Virgin Gods," XIV 329

Kadeshim:

in house of the Lord, VIII 310

II Kings gives true word for, XI 77

male nautches, VII 256

Kadeshuth:

lascivious rites of, X 107

Kadmean:

writing-characters, V 299

Kadmus:

art of writing ascribed to, V 298

Kafir(s) (or Kaffir):

definition, V 236

Imam's presence will kill all, VI 116

Bka- gyur:

See Kanjur

Kah-dam-pa [Tib. bKa'-gdams-pa]:

Tibetan sect, V I 38

Kailasa (The Holy Mt.):

father of Greek Heaven, XIV 90 fn.

highest peak of Meru, XIII 160

Siva's heaven on, II 117; XIII 160

Mt. Tisse or, III 422 fn.

Kaista Kings:

reign of, V 309

Kala (Sk.):

infinite time, X 358

Kala Brahma Gouri (Sk.):

Akaa or Astral Light and, IV 164,

166

Kalachakra:

on Adi-Buddha, XIV 390-91 & fn.

very ancient system of, XIV 441

Dus-Kyi-Khorlo in Tibetan, XIV

391 fn., 440 fn.

in Gyut division of the Kanjur, XIV

402

means Wheel of Time, XIV 391 fn.

"Mystery of Buddha" article based

on, XIV 391 fn.

on three Buddhic bodies, XIV 392

or Tibetan Mysticism, XIV 441

Tsong-kha-pa rewrote original, XIV

441

bibliog., XIV 537

Kalahasa (Sk.):

AUM and, XIII 56 & fn.

as Parabrahm, X 379

S.D. on, XIII 55

"Swan of Time" in Kalevala cp. to, X

Kalama Sutta:

on criteria for belief, XIV 417

Kalaoka:

Chandragupta and, V 257-58

Kalevala:

echoes of Secret Doctrine in part of,

X 145

English tr. of, reviewed, X 143-48

on Mariatta & babe, XI 65-66

Rune of birth of Wainamoinen in, X

145 q.

bibliog., XI 571

Kali (Sk.):

lower aspect of Akaa, XI 490

only, has animal sacrifice in India, IX

262

Kali-devi (Sk.):

insulted by padri, V 284-85

Kaliya:

See Kaliyanaga

Kaliyanaga (Sk.):

defeated by Krishna, II 382; XI

212 fn. (248 fn.); XIV 288

as eternal cosmic evil, II 382

Sons of, create illusions, XI 212 (248)

Kali Yuga (Sk.):

Adepts & India, III 487

on Arhatship in, IV 544; XIV 430-31

an astronomical fact, XIV 363, 365-68

began in 3102 B.C., V 29 (58)

or Black Age began our era, XIV 248

black & fatal age, IX 355 fn. (383 fn.)

brings about more rapid effects, IX

10 2

brought back Babel of thought, XIII

103

Buddha's vow to redeem evil of, V 86

chief characteristic of, IX 100

on close of first 5,000 years of, VIII

174 fn.; XII 384, 418, 601-02

cycles of, XIII 301-06

date of Buddha's absolute Nirvana in,

V 256

date of yearly cycle in, V 29 (58); XII

384

divine years and, XII 386 fn.

Egyptian darkness in, XII 418

exaltation of Yoga and, II 463

Human Races during, XIII 128

length of, V 29 (57-58); VIII 355 fn.

(372 fn.)

lifespan of man in, & other Yugas, VI

117

lover of humanity more effective in,

IX 102

in Mackey's theory of Yugas, XIV

365-68

Mahatmas not believed in during, XI

293

meaning, IX 99-100

mitigation of evils of, IX 102; XII

601-02

nineteenth century and, VIII 174 fn.

prophecy concerning close of, XIV

355-56

restrictions of, XII 492

stronger in the West, IX 260

sub-cycles in, XII 386 fn.

Theosophical Movement and, XII 158

transient character of, IX 65

truths revealed near end of 1st cycle

of, XI 245 (281)

See also Dvapara Yuga; Satya Yuga;

Treta Yuga; Yuga(s)

Kalki-Avatara (Sk.):

awaited throughout Asia, IX

368 fn.-69 fn. (396 fn.); XIV 354

belief in coming of, VI 116; IX 65; XI

48

brings back Golden Age, VIII 357

(374); XIV 354

comes at end of Kali-Yuga, VIII 355 (372)

issues from Sambhala at end of a

Kalpa, XIV 354

Maitreya Buddha and, III 185

Man will be his own Guru at time of,

VIII 357 (374)

as Vishnu, III 185, 463; IX 368 fn.

69 fn. (396 fn.)

warrior on a white horse, III 463; XI 48

Kalmuck Buddhists:

H.P.B. and, VI 314

hold funeral for Buddhist lama, VIII

28-29

terms identical with Tibetan Lamaists,

VI 293

Kalpa(s) (Sk.):

cycles of, XIII 301-06

divine Ego remains until end of, XIV

57 fn.

Kalki-Avatara comes at end of, XIV

354

number of Manus in each, IV 576

recollections of Monad at end of, V

93

or 4,320,000 year cycle, XIV 354

See also Cycles; Yuga(s) etc.

Kalpas:

not life extending compounds, VI 13

Kama (Sk.):

animal desire & egoism, XII 631

as animal soul, X 222

corresponds with liver & stomach, XII

698, 708

desire & thought, III 283

desire to live again, III 397 fn.

dulls spiritual principles, XIII 59, 364

electricity and, X 380

exoteric representation of, XII 623

of fourth-rounders, V 144

freed when volition passive, V 78

Ialdabaoth is, XIII 60

love born from Lakshmi, XII 168

(178)

Manasic will should direct, XII 709

molecules of body and, XII 693,

707-08

more influential during sleep, V 78

principle of, at moment of death, X

176

principle of passion, XIII 12, 364

projections of, & Tanha, XIII 50

is Psychic, XIII 27, 364

purified by union of lower & higher

manas, XIII 28

relation of, to Kama-rupa, XII

708-09

root of, XIII 50

sexual instinct acme of, XII 708

terrestrial attraction and, V 92

as Will, V 78

See also Animal Nature; Animal Soul;

Desire; Kama-Manas; Passion

Kamalakara Bhaa:

- Nirnaya Sindhu:

12 species of Sraddha in, IX 262

bibliog., IX 446

Kama-Loka (Sk.):

abode of shells, VI 169

abortion & mother's, V 107

Adept need not suffer, XIV 53

after-death state, VII 193; XIII 364-65

astral "brides" from, to be avoided, X

156

astral shell in, & magnetic relation

with living, VI 129

astral shells length of stay in, VI 129

or atmosphere of earth, IV 256

Book of the Dead portrayal of, XII

626-27

consciousness in, VIII 252

contact with, VIII 253

deceives spiritualists & mediums, XII

373

dragon of flesh in, XII 627

earthbound souls in, & unsatisfied

desires, VI 328-29

Ego stripped of lower principles in,

IX 164, 400Q

entities in, & dreamer, X 262

fourth principle and, VI 239

Greek word "closet" and, XI 486

or Hadēs, XIV 209

H.P.B. would defy "spirits" from, VI

271

on immediate rebirth from, XII 632

Infinite reflected in light of, V 317

intermediate sphere, V 14 (43)

kama-rupa disintegrates in, XII 374

life-term and, IV 260, 261

or Limbus, VII 178

lost souls of, IX 400Q

lower intra-terrestrial "spirit-world," V

91

lower self in, VIII 253

man cannot be in, & Devachan at

same time, VII 204-05

no conscious meeting in, & no grief,

IX 163

planes of, IX 172

principles left in, not reborn, VII 180,

186 fn.

process of second death and, IV 256;

VI 328-29

seeks communication with our world,

VII 229

shells tempt mankind, VII 120

Sheol or, IV 591

soulless corpses move in, VII 186 fn.;

XII 372-73

Spiritualism as muddy current from,

X 153

or "Summerland," VII 186 fn.

terrestrial energies in, VII 299

time spent in, XII 708

is Tohu-vah-bohu, XIV 237-38 & fn.

victims of violent death in, VI 196

as viewed by Plato, XIII 80-81

world of desire, VIII 403

world of effects, IV 189

See also Death; Devachan; Kama-

Rupa; Tohu-vah-bohu

Kama-Manas(ic) (Sk.):

animal life of, impells soulless men,

XII 636

axioms of logic apply only to, X 384

common to animal & man, XII 353

entity perishes, XIII 39

Gnostic "Midst" cp. with, XIII 13, 27,

28

gravitates ever towards Kama-rupa,

XII 598

green represents, XII 54, 562, 568

leads flesh into temptation, XII 692

material mind, XIII 40

matter influences, XII 366, 371

nature & function of, XII 709-12

Nephesh in Hebrew, XII 353 & fn.,

374

perception distorted by, XII 371

is personal "Ego," XII 407, 411

or "philosophical vine" of alchemy,

XII 54

Pistis-Sophia and, XI 492 fn.

prevents free will, XII 358

principle must be transfused into

Higher Ego, XIl 630

psychic element, XII 353, 371

"second death" of, XII 636

soulless, reborn in Myalba on Earth,

XII 637

Speech, Logos and, X 399

struggle with Buddhi will end in 7th

Race, XIII 128

Tanmatras and, XII 631

a tyrannical despot, XII 358 fn.

Universal Mind and, VI 203

Vayu and, XII 622

when united to Buddhi-manas, XIII

28, 40

See also BuddhiManas; Higher

Manas; Lower Manas; Manas;

Personal Ego

Kama-Rupa (Sk.):

animals get remains of man's, XII 708

astral double of future life and, X 176

automatic actions of, after death, IV

449

belongs to middle principle. V 117

in Book of the Dead allegory, X 49-51

(57-59), 54 (62)

called Zing in China, IV 243

consumed in Kama-loka, XII 374

corresponds to red, XII 52-53, 562,

568

creates ethereal form, III 416

death and, X 261

definitions, II 510; IV 53, 185

described, VI 210-11

does not reincarnate, IX 342

in eighth sphere, V 110

elementals &, cause apparitions, III

474; VII 188-89, 202

has form only after death, XII

608 fn.

gradually annihilated, XII 635

of gross men endures for centuries, VI

196

in kama-loka with manas, V 14 (43)

life's passions will form, X 176

life-atoms of 4th & 5th principles, V

117

Manas and, IV 548

Manomaya sheath and, IV 582

materializes at sances, XII 609 fn.

Mayavi-Rupa and, II 443-44; IV 53;

X 219

of medium & materialization s, III 347

Morya appearing in, I 90

as "Mother of Jesus" in Gospel

allegory, XI 499

not "Spirits of the Departed," XII 633

part of false personality, VII 180,

188-89

pērisprit or, III 407, 409

projection of, at death, III 283, 376

Psychic nature of, XIII 27

relations between Kama and, XII 708-09

"remains" of Antaskarana after death,

XII 633

Samanya and, IV 580

starting point on our plane, XII 562

survival of, & Skandhas, XII 609 fn.;

XIII 364-65

time spent after death and, XII 708

Underworld and, XIII 59

unfit for Devachan, VII 180, 188-89

vehicle of Lower Manas, XII 629 fn.,

707-09

vehicle of Manas, XIV 209 fn.

will not survive Pralaya, XI 475-76

See also Animal Soul; Apparition(s);

Kama-Loka; Materialization(s);

Sēances

Kamarupa (Burmese N.E.India):

city in Assam, VI 8

Kamas Indians:

origin of, unknown, II 313 fn.

Kamawachara [Sk. Kamavachara]:

definition, V 91

Kames, Lord Henry H. (1696-1782):

on genius, XII 19

bio-bibliog., XII 752

Kamic Organs:

man has both Manasic and, XII 369

personal ego & its memories deal

with, XII 367

Kamic Principle:

See Kama-Manas

Kasa (Sk.):

opposing power in Initiation rites,

XIV 141

Kasa, King:

the Hindu Herod, VIII 360 (378)

Kanada:

II 11 (22), 57 (63), 483

atomic system of, XII 343 fn.

on atoms & creation, II 484

impersonal universal Principle of, IV

580

Vaieshika School and, V 31 (60)

- Vaieshika-Sutra:

on physical constitution of earth, V

14 fn. (42 fn.)

bibliog., V 368

Kacipuram:

See Conjeeveram

Kana (sk.):

period in Vedic literature, V 178-79

Kaniya:

See Kanya

Kanjur [Tib. bKa'-'gyur]:

Della Penna distorted, VI 97

half of Tibetan Buddhist canon, XIV

424 fn.

on legend of mysterious casket, XIV

441 fn.

most important work in Gyut division

of, XIV 402

mystical nature of, XIV 402

sacred canon of Tibetans, VI 97-98

Tched-du brjod-pal-tsoms of, on the

Great Ones, VI 95

Kansas City Review of Science and

Industry:

II 324 fn.

gigantic architecture in Andes, II 308

on Peruvian treasure, II 310

Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804):

I 332; IX 52

Fichte and, XIII 311

fourth dimension and, III 15

identity of sun & planets and, XI 233

(269)

on life, VI 350

maya and, X 328

philosophy of, needs years of study,

XII 235

shunned by Hylo-Idealists, IX 55

on space, VII 88

on unknown inner substance, XIV 414

- Critique of Pure Reason:

Dr. Lewin's critique of, IX 52

Kanya (Sk.):

Sign of Virgo, I 252

Virgin, term for Astral Light, III 326

See also Virgo; Virgo-Scorpio

 

Kapila:

I 296, 332; II 99, 483; III 336

contemporary of Buddha, V 59

despised psychical nature, I 294

glance of, & King Sagara, X 403

on God being "seen," II 94; III 329

H.P.B.'s regard for, I 398 (402); II 11

(22)

impersonal universal Principle of, IV

580

pantheistic school of, XII 343 fn.

on prisprit, I 362 (366)

Purusha & Prakriti of, III 318 fn.; VI

158

Sankhya philosophy of, IX 54; XII

605

on state of Raja Yogis, II 467

study of, recommended, III 318 fn.,

401

Sutras of, I 302-03

Svetavatara Upanishad on, II 34

- Sankhya-Sutras:

attributed to, XIV 55

teach 7 forms of Prakriti, XII 605

bibliog., I 490

Kapilavastu (India):

Nagara village as, V 248

Karabtanos:

spirit of matter, etc., VI 192 fn.

Karageorgevic', Alexander

(r. 1842-1858):

pretender to Serbian throne, I 164

& fn.

Karaim Jews:

have own Books of Moses, XIV 174

reject Torah & Pentateuch, XIV 174

on Russia's, XIV 537-38

Karana-Sarira (Sk.):

as Buddhi, VII 289

"causal" body, XIV 49 fn.

causal body & erroneous usage of

term, IV 548 fn.

definition, X 249

Ego principle, XIV 391

reincarnating ego and, XI 476

true occult meaning of, IV 579 fn.

See also Auric Egg; Linga-Sarira

Karanatman (Sk.):

called "God" by Christians, XIV 373

causal soul, XIV 49

vara of the Hindus, XIV 373

overshadowing Principle, XIV 57 fn.

Karanopadhi:

See Karana-Sarira

Karapapahs:

tribe of brigands, I 258

Kardec, Allan (1803-1869):

V 321

did not originate ghosts, VII 187

vs. H.P.B., V 105-06

occultism opposed to teachings of, V

20 (48)

pseud. of H. Rivail, V 375

reincarnation theory flawed, XIV 56

some French Theosophists follow, IV

546

- Mediums' Book:

source of, V 105

- Spirits' Book:

source of, V 105

bio-bibliog., V 375-76

Kardecists:

or reincarnationists, XI 139

Karels:

Russian rule over the, II 356

Karest:

Massey on, VIII 188 fn., 197-200, 203

Karli Caves:

at, Olcott meets a Sannyasi, II 488

Karma (Sk.):

abortion &, of mother & future

human, V 108; VII 178

Absolute does not create, IV 194

as absolute equity, XI 145

acceptance of Truth will produce

good, X 288

as action, X 219; XI 143-44

Adept leaves enemy to, XIV 31 fn.

Adept's rebirth not caused by, XIV

373 fn.

Adepts will not interfere with, XII 161

alleged inactivity and, V 338

animal kingdom and, VI 236-37

of aspirant & Guru, VII 243, 247-48

Astrology and, VI 327

Atonement of Christians cp. with, V

123

Avatara has no, XIV 374

in Bible, XIV 58-59

as cause & effect, IV 189

cheating, not reason for Buddhist

secresy on, V 334

of children under 7 falls on parents,

XI 140

cornerstone of esoteric philosophy,

VII 177

of dead & living is distinct, IV 507

deity of Theosophists, VIII 58 (80)

Demiourgos agents of, XIII 75

depraved personalities and, IV 571 et

seq.

Devachan & our good & bad, XII

608-10

Devachan & undeserved misers of

past life, X 47

Divine Beings affected by, XII 629

divine justice of, XII 503

double-edged sword, XII 385

dreams and. X 253

each plant has, X 363

elemental world and, IX 110-11

elementals concentrate, IX 111

energy &, allotted in life, IX 76 fn.

of European Potentates, XI 361-62

of Executioners, XIV 31

faith in, IV 608

fall of Christianity and, XI 106

free will & Ivara, IV 424-25

of genius, XII 15

God not needed for, IV 68

Gods or Adepts cannot escape, XIV

404, 406 fn.

greatest Yogis cannot divert, XII 161

guides moral traits of personality, X

176

of hindering the T.S., XI 166

hypnotist takes on, of victims, XI

56-57

idolatry & black magic, XIII 260

incarnation of higher Beings and, X

166

indelible record, not prophecy, XIV

303

Jesus taught, XI 61

Job and, I V 124

on justice of, IV 173; VII 170; XII

503

Karmasakshin and, XIV 260

A. Keightley on, VIII 310-12

is "King" of mankind, XII 71

knows state of inner man, VII 175

as law, VIII 311

law of ethical causation, XII 302

law of, harmonious, XIII 74-75

faw of retribution, IV 499; XI 143-44

laws of, immutable, XIII 259-60

as Lord of Sheep, XIV 84

Mahatmas are servants of, IV 611

a Master on self-sacrificial, XI 168-69

Masters don't punish, does, X 270-71

materialism, reincarnation and, IX

103-04

"Matrix of Avidya" and, XII 503

mental healing only delays, X 287

Monads forced by, to incarnate in

human animals, XII 629-30

moral responsibility and, VI 237

much, cannot be relieved, XI 349

Mystery of, & Sakara, XIV 404

Naidu on three kinds of, XI 144

national & individual, XI 352

national, of Jews, XIV 193 fn.

nature's tendency to repeat itself and,

V 338; XIV 303

necessary accessories of, IV 195

as Nemesis, IX 306

of new diseases from misuse of

hypnotism, XII 226-27

occult law of, & Nidanas, XII 161,

384-85

only, & Master judge E.S. members,

XII 495

only personal merit of, reveals Divine,

XIV 51-52

our, is our only Savior or

punishment, XII 583-84

petty cash accounts of, X 174

of preceding manvantara, &

Prometheus, VIII 367 (386)

probation and, VII 243, 247

psychic powers can make bad, X 226

racial, national & family, XII 385

received through T.S., VII 165

record of thoughts, words & deeds,

XIII 76

reincarnation &, discussed, XI 136-46,

202

as retribution, IX 259

of revealing Mysteries, XIV 34 & fn.,

404-05

Schopenhauer and, IV 491

seed of future, VII 186

shared, of Jesus & Apollonius, XIV

130

social reform and, XI 246 (283)

spiritual ego and, VII 113

squaring the account of, XII 503

storing good, for next birth, VII 48;

X 288

stream of ever flowing, X 141 fn.

Supreme Initiator, XIV 84, 260

Theosophists view of, VIII 58 (80)

of thought is more powerful than act,

X 399

tidal-wave of, XIII 128

undeserved misery caused by new, X

47

as universal justice, IV 173

of unrepressed Desires, XIII 364-65

virtue now cannot avert, of past lives,

X 288

of vivisectors & animals, XII 238-39

voice of, X 201

waits at threshold of incarnation, VII

111, 180 fn.; XIII 364-65

wiser to make, than wait for events,

XII 60

workings of, VII 112

in world of maya, XII 30

See also Action(s); Cause(s);

Correspondence(s); Cycle(s);

Law(s); Retribution, Law of

Karma-Kana:

of Vedas unimportant spiritually, IV

366

Karmania:

See Kerman Province, Iran

Karma-pa Sutras:

on animal cruelty fostered by

Christians, IX 287

Karma-phala (Sk.):

definition, V 106

Karmasakshin (Sk.):

witness of Karma of men, XIV 260

& fn.

See also Lipika(s)

Karmendriyas (Sk.):

organs of action, XII 661, 667

Karmic:

disease & hypnotism, XII 401

good, records make Devachan

possible, XII 608-09

Life is a just schoolmaster, XII 314

rebirth &, causes, VIII 114-15

retribution for exhibition of

hypnotism, XII 226

See also Karma

Karmic Seal:

shows membership in Silent

Brotherhood, XII 125

Karnavanta (Sk.):

definition, VII 67

Karshvare:

seven, or worlds in Avesta, IV 525

Karta [Sk. Kartta]:

See Purusha

Kartikeya (Sk.):

corresponds to Mars, XIII 160

Karttika (Sk.):

moon of, V 262

Karya-Rupa (Sk.):

as finite form, V 80 fn.

Manas linked to Kama is finite or,

XII 631

Kashaya-vastra (Sk.):

symbol of vital principle in sun, V

156-57

Kashereninoff, Mme.:

sleeping sickness and, II 462

Kashinath Pandit:

on astrological feats of, VI 329-30

Kashmir (India):

evidence of Buddhism in, XIV 428 fn.

Lohans go to China, XIV 427-28

Kashmiri Girls:

perceive over 300 hues, VII 74 fn.

Kai:

mystery about secret, & Benares, II

120

Kai-khana:

Yoga and, II 463

bibliog., II 532

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

given secrets of Buddha's system, IX

148; XIV 444

Kayapa, Arhat (fl. 5th C.):

buried statue of Buddha in Tibet, V 245

at Manasasarovara Lake, V 245

memoirs of Buddha and, V 246 fn.

Kate Field's Washington:

on Tolstoy's works, XII 243

Katha Sarit Sagara:

See Somadeva-Bhaa

Kaha Upanishad

charioteer metaphor in, XII 363

Gems From the East quotes, XII 428,

440, 453, 469

on origination, XIII 268

bibliog., XII 752

Katharsis:

mystic rites & gradation, XIV 275

trials of purification, XIV 275

Katkov, M.N. (1818-1887):

H.P.B. on, XIII 210, 359-61

Katyayana:

date undetermined, V 195-96

Initiates on era of, V 196

Sanskrit language and, V 303

- Varttika:

written after Buddha, V 196

on yavanani, V 237

bio-bibliog., V 368, 376

Kauravas (Sk.):

Panavas and, V 305 fn.

Kaushitaki Upanishad:

Ajataatru and, V 256

bibliog., V 364

Kauthumi:

Sanskrit school of, VI 80 (89)

Kauthumpa:

men of Koothumi, VI 21, 38

Kautilya (Sk.):

term with esoteric significance, VI 42

Kavkaz:

on Armenian rock inscriptions, II 350

Kayastha (Sk.):

of writer caste, XIII 317

Kaye, Sir John W. (1814-1876):

- History of the Sepoy War:

on mutiny & missions, II 26, 51

bibliog., II 532

Kazbek, Mt.:

V 220

Keane, A.H. (1833-1912):

Kumbum Tree and, IV 349

bibliog., IV 654

Kedem:

the East, V 298

Keely, John W. (1837-1898):

corroborates occult sciences, XI 158

H.P.B. on, VIII 267

innate ideas and, XII 602

Roca on, VIII 347

vibratory force of, XIII 218

bio-bibliog., XIII 384-86

Kefa:

or Sophia of Egypt, XIV 199

Keightley, Dr. Archibald (1859-1930):

XI 400

H.P.B.'s inscription to, IX 431-32

helped H.P.B. with S.D., XIV xxxiv-vi

Judge &, visit Dublin Lodge, XII 480

saw Judge's draft of E.S. Rules &

Preliminary Memorandum, XII 482,

484

on Karma, VIII 310-12

on Light on the Path, XI 325-27

on Mead's revision of E.S. material,

XII 500-01

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

supports Lucifer, XI 559 fn.

urged H.P.B. to settle in London,

VIII 3

- "The Meaning of a Pledge":

XII 506-11 q.

bio-bibliog., IX 427-32

Keightley, Bertram (1860-1945):

on E.S. & T.S., XI 379-80

Gen. Sec'y of Indian Section of T.S.,

XII 157; XIII 122

H.P.B. channels Theosophist monies

through, XIII 135

H.P.B.'s Open Letter taken to India

by, XII 157

H.P.B.'s representative in India &

Ceylon, XII 309

helped H.P.B. with S.D., XIV xxxiv-vi

Judge fetter to, rf., X 158 fn.

on Light on the Path & Mabel

Collins, XI 322-23

sailed off on Yogi line in 1886, VII

139

supports Lucifer, XI 559 fn.

Theosophist bungled report of, XI

379-83

urged H.P.B. to settle in London,

VIII 3

- Reminiscences of H.P. Blavatsky:

on H.P.B.'s use of pen names, VIII

125

on Tennyson's poem, IX 319-20 fn.

bio-bibliog., IX 432-35

Keightley, Julia W. (1855?-1915):

meets Dr. Keightley, IX 429

bio-bibliog., IX 435-38

Kelanie:

Ceylon spring, 1V 385

Kellar, Harry (1849-1922):

Eglinton and, III 488

Kelto-Gaulic:

subrace, V 214

Kemper:

on life, VI 350

Kenealy, Edward V.H. (1819-1880):

mistaken for a Master, IV 39 fn.

- The Book of Enoch . . .:

on Iōannēs, III 217 fn.

- Book of God . . .:

VIII 43 fn.; XIV 174 fn., 176 fn.

on Hebrew alphabet, XIV 172 & fn.,

178-80, 194

Hebrew scriptural interpretation, XIV

180, 194-95

on Horne & Hebrew scribes, XIV

194-95

Maimonides on Genesis, XIV 36 q.

on modern O.T., XIV 178

on Ramdagon, III 189

Seneca on world's end, XIV 257 q.

on similarity of Gaelic & Chaldaic

rite, XIV 258 fn.

on Solomon's non-existence, XIV

177-78 fn.

on term lama, III 178 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 462

bibliog., III 512; XIV 538

Kerman, George (1845-1923):

criticizes Russian oppression, XII 281

bio-bibliog., XII 753

Kennedy Col. Vans (1784-1846):

great Sanskritist, XI 263

on root of sacerdotal Sanskrit, XI

263-64

- Researches . . . Ancient and

Hindu Mythology:

XI 264 fn.

on Babylonian & Sanskrit literature,

XIV 92

- Researches . . . Principal

Languages of Asia and Europe:

XI 264 fn.

on Babylonia & Sanskrit, IX 138

bio-bibliog., IX 438

bibliog., XI 580; XIV 538

Kennicott, Benjamin (1718-1783):

- Kennicott No. 154:

oldest Hebrew MS. of OT., III 453 fn.

bibliog., III 512

Kenotaphia (Gk.):

teraphim as receptacles or, VII 231 q.

Kenrick, John (1788-1877):

bio-bibliog., XIII 386

Kephalos:

Venus and, VIII 16

Kepler, Johannes (1571-1630):

an astrologer, XIV 334-35

astrology a true science acc. to, III

194

conjunction in Pisces and, IX 211

(233)

Laws of, X 390-91

on magnetic nature of sun, I 243

Roman Catholics relied on

calculations of, VII 280

thought planets had souls, XIV 334

- The Principles of Astrology:

proves astrological predictions, III 194

& fn. bibliog., III 512-13

Kerala Utpatti:

on Sankara's date, V 185, 189-90

unreliable, V 188-89

bibliog., V 365

Kerasmos (Gk.):

or Mixture, XIII 22, 28

Kerman Province, Iran:

Alexander's invasion and, V 243, 274

Behedin of, still worship fire, III 212

Fire-worshippers of, II 128-29

Western border of Aryan land, V 220

Kern, Jan H.C. (1833-1917):

on Savat era, V 232, 273

- Over de Jaartelling . . . .:

V 242 fn.

bio-bibliog., V 376

Kerubim:

symbolism of, VIII 149

See also Cherub(s)

Keshko, Queen Nathalie (1859-1941):

Queen of Serbia, X 83-86

unjust scandal involving, X 83-85

bio-bibliog., X 87-88

Keshub Chunder Sen (1838-1883):

II 209

Brahmo Samaj and, I 381

claims of, VI 13

cp. himself to Jesus, VI 12 fn.

cremated, VI 164

influence of, limited, III 286

New Apostolic church and, III 203,

204

new avatara, III 57-60

New Dispensation Prophet, III 287

not a Yogi, III 60-61

only 50 close followers of, VI 68

Kerber:

the crown in Kabalistic triangle, 1X

360 fn. (388 fn.)

definition, VI 212

first Sephira or crown, VIII 144,

145-46, 149

okmah & Binah, X 351-52; XII 545;

XIV 189-90, 213-14, 216 fn.

meaning, XIV 189

or Sephira, X 352, 355

Key(s):

to esotericism, VII 260

to Mysteries of numbers, XIII 73-74

to Mystery of Syzygies, XIII 72 fn.

numerical & geometrical, to mystery

speech, VIII 180 & fn.

one of 7, found by J.R. Skinner, VII 293

to portion of Pistis-Sophia, XIII 40

of septenary progression, XIII 305

to seven planes & principles, XIII 54

seven, to Scriptures, VIII 180-82

& fn.; IX 203 (225)

of Theosophy, XIII 79

three, & meaning of blood, VIII

181-82

two, to mysteries, VIII 207

The Key of the Creeds:

VI 19 q.

Keynote:

H.P.B. strikes, of truth, XII 601

Planetary Spirits strike, of Truth, XII

600-02

Keyser:

- Bucher-Lexicon:

IV 284 fn.

Keystone:

of Arch of Masonry is broken, XI

173 (181)

Khabar:

Carnavon and, V 276

psychic intercommunication, V 276-77

Khaemnu:

Chemmis named after, XIII 239-40

Khem and, XIII 240 fn.

mystery-goddess, XIII 239 fn.

Kha:

Ha, & year 1881, III 202

Khalwehs:

Druse meeting places, III 177 fn., 178

Kham[s]: (Tib.)

hotbed of Bhn sorcery, IV 15 & fn.

province of Tibet, III 419

Khamsin:

definition, II 187

Khanak:

royal abode, XI 499

Khanakala (Sk.):

conditioned time, X 358

Khandalavala, N.D.:

on after-death states, IV 250-52

on H.P.B.'s letter to Indian T.S.

members, XII 156-57

on life-principle, IX 72-78

one of H.P.B.'s best friends, VI 296,

310

president of Poona T.S. branch. IX

78 fn.

- The Bhagavad-Gita and

Microcosmic Principles:

VIII 136

bibliog., VIII 462

Khandalavala, P.D.:

on Zoroastrianism, IV 420-21

Khargak-kurra:

World-Mountain, XII 543

Khartumim Asaphim:

ancient title of Theologians, XIV 350

Khavanga (Sk.):

VII 274

Khechari Mudra (Sk.):

sense of, debased, II 119

Khelang(s) [Tib. dGe-slon]:

Brotherhood of, III 177, 419

missionaries of, III 419

Mongolian Buddhists, XII 337

Khem (Khan):

Egypt named after, XIII 240, 331

Egyptian deity, XIII 239

male counterpart of Khaemnu, XIII

239 fn.

Pan of the Greeks, XIII 240 fn.

Khen:

Egyptian temple occult library, VII

117, 119, 130, 131

Khien (Chinese):

definition, IV 242-43

Khiu-ti, Book of:

See Kiute, Books of

SS Khiva:

Col. Olcott on, III 154

Khnumu (Egyptian):

cp. with Elōhim, XIV 198 fn.

Khonsu:

Horus and, IX 206 (228)

Khorasan (Persian province):

"Salt Valley" in, & ancient

civilizations, V 165; 267

Khordah Avesta:

contradicts dualism, IV 264

bibliog., IV 654

Khou(s):

as astral body, VII 106

two kinds, VII 115-17, 119, 128, 190-91

See also Astral Body

Khryppfs, Cardinal de Cusa:

See Cusa, Nicholas de

Khufu, King (r. 2590-2568 B.C.):

Great Pyramid desecrated not built

by, IV 287; XIV 297

Senefru and, VII 98 et seq.

Khunrath, H. (ca. 1560-?):

I 138, 330; 11 36, 230; V 10 (39)

cycles illustrated by, II 421

a great occultist, IV 594

Medieval Kabbalist, III 264, 312

on spirit & soul, IV 216

- Amphitheatrum Sap. Eternae:

on elementaries, I 286-87, 298, 329

bio-bibliog., V 376-77

bibliog., I 490

Kiangsi:

tribes of, V 216

Kibaltchitch:

excavations by, II 261

Kiddie, Henry:

VI 119 fn.

accused K.H. of plagiarism, VI 1-3

bibliog., VI 1, 439

Kiev (Russia):

Jews free to live in, I 262-63

Kievlyanin:

on primitive man, II 261

Kimosas:

missing link and, III 42

Kindness:

can bring out worst qualities in man,

VIII 169

Kinetic Energy:

karma allots one's. IX 76 fn.

latent energy and, V 113

King(s):

divine dynasties and, XIV 252-53

"evil" cured by, XIV 253 fn.

of Fifth Race were healers, XIV 253

& fn.

Francis the First cured 500 people,

XIV 253 fn.

selection of Egyptian, VII 102-03

Slave-, of ancient Egypt, XIV 297

King, Charles W. (1818-1888):

- The Gnostics and Their Remains:

VIII 188; XI 28-29

allegory of Jesus' life, XIV 160-61

Basilides not a heretic, XIV 162

on cross symbolism, XIV 151-52

exhaustive inquiry on missa in, XI 98

fish symbolism in, XIV 153-54 fn.

mistranslation in, XIII 79

numerical value of Abram & Brahma,

XIV 92 fn.

Pistis-Sophia portion in, XIII 3

on Tau as mystic seal, XIV 152

on the S.D., X 184 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 387-88

bibliog., VIII 462; X 419; XI 580;

XIV 539

King, Edward, Viscount Kingsborough

(1795-1837):

- Antiquities of Mexico:

on Aztec rites similar to baptism, II

321

judicial astrology and, II 316 & fn.

biog., II 533

King, John:

VI 290, 292; VII 209

appears in London, II 153-54

generic name for spooks, VI 271

H.P.B. brings out face of, I 73

an initiate, I 89

Lillie on, VI 269, 291-92

nickname, & Hilarion, VI 271, 291-92

sance apparition of, I 60

King, Katie:

II 57 (63), 60 (66)

F. Cook and, I 190

Crooke admits, a "spirit," III 234

H.P.B. brings out face of, I 73

Holmes &, discussed, I 63-78

Spiritualist elegy to, I 57 et seq.

biog., I 63 fn., 65, 66

Kingdom(s):

cyclic progression of, XIII 264-65

Deva-, & liberated monad,

V 175

evolution of seven, & diagram. V

173-75

grafting on lower, XIV 164 fn.

of life & Rounds, X 186 fn.

lower, use cast off molecules of man,

X 186 fn.

mineral, as turning point for Monad,

V 173

spiritual impulse & Elemental, V 174

Kingdom of Heaven:

attainable now, XIII 49

on attaining, XIV 55

Jesus' parable on, XIII 48-49

when, comes, XIII 48-49

King-Instructors:

as Sons of Fire, X 394

See also Divine Dynasties; Divine

Instructors; Hierophant(s) etc.

I Kings:

on dance, III 205

Elijah hears small voice, XIV 131

on evil, X 103

on Jehovah as fire, II 35

on leaping prophets, XIV 316

on Solomon's Temple, X 163; XIV

264

II Kings:

VIII 310 q.; IX 95; X 107; XI 77;

XIV 272 fn.

on Elijah, III 451 fn.

on horses of the Sun, III 463

on Solomon's Temple, XIV 264

 

Kingsford, Dr. Anna B. (1846-1888):

VI, 133

character & death of, IX 89-91

on Christianity & Buddhism, IV

189-90

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

interested in Hermetic philosophy, VI

251

London Lodge and, VII 139

roost competent on mysteries of

Christianity, VI 132

not an initiate or seer, VI 132

on Western symbology & TS., IV 295

- A Letter . . . to . . . the London

Lodge . . . :

criticizes Esoteric Buddhism, V 134-35

date of release, VI xxiv

H.P.B & Subba Row respond to, VI

131-35

- The Perfect Way:

IV 182, 184, 189-90, 295, 305; VI 132;

VIII 43 fn.

gives Esoteric Christianity, IX 90

never abjured her views on, IX 91 fn.

represents advanced English thought,

IV 296

reveals occult truths, IV 266

- The Virgin of the World:

on Path & human nature, VI 335 fn.

bio-bibliog., IX 438-40

bibliog., IV 654; V 377; VI 439; VIII

462

Kingsland, William (1855-1936):

on H.P.B.'s Advisory Council, XII

264

President of Blavatsky Lodge, X

xxviii, 350 et seq.

on Transactions of Blavatsky Lodge,

X 300

bio-bibliog., X 419-24

Kinneir, Sir John M. (1782-1830):

- A Geographical Memoir of the

Persian Empire:

on the fire of the Ghebers, II 123 fn,

bio-bibliog., II 533

Kipling, Rudyard (1865-1936):

- Kim:

Jacob of Simla and, 1V 344 fn.

Kiratarjuniya:

See Bharavi

Kircher, Athanasius (1602-1680):

II 275

on Alexandrian Library, XIII 231

restored Jew's encampment, XIV 158

- Oedipus Aegyptiacus:

Ain-Soph as defined by Kabalists,

XIV 418

Albumazar on Virgin imagery, XIV

292 fn.

on divination, VII 235 & fn.

drawings in, VII 220-21

on identity of Jewish & Egyptian

statues, VII 217, 231

on Sephirōth, XIV 418

on teraphim & seraphim, VII 217-18

& fn., 236

bio-bibliog., XIII 388

bibliog., VII 378

Kischuph:

XIV 539

only fragments remain of, XIV 104

Roman Church on followers of, XIV

104

Kisewetter, Karl:

- "The Rosicrucians":

VIll 257 fn.

Kislingbury, Emily:

I 324, 406, 407, 409, 411, 412, 413,

414, 418

too Christian says H.P.B., I 424

Coleman misrepresents, re Olcott, I

320

describes sances with Eglinton, III

143-45

on elect & angels, XIII 66

on London Piachas, IV 142

on loss of spirituality, etc., I 288-89

praised by H.P.B., I 271

resignation of, I 424

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

treasurer of T.S. European Section,

XII 331

Kismet:

"Will of God" and, II 193

See also Destiny; Fate

Kissam, Dr.:

II 190

Kissos (Gk.):

Bacchus crowned with, XI 94 fn.

Kittara, Prof.:

interested in Spiritualism, I 213

Kiu-te, Books of [Tib. rGyud-sde ):

on Adept's indifference to Time, VI

112

Kalachakra most important work in.

XIV 402 & fn.

laws of disciples in, VIII 294

on Nature's co-workers for good &

evil, III 297

no benefit to most Western students,

XIV 423-24

on seven "glories," IV 378 fn.

on seven qualities needed for

Chelaship, IV 607-08

seven secret folios of, XIV 422

on sound as being seen, VII 68

on spiritual darkness, III 296 fn.

Tibetan Buddhist monasteries have 35

volumes of, XIV 422

on two types of coworkers with

Nature, IV 250

- Book of the Secret Wisdom of

the World:

archaic, basis of all Commentaries,

XIV 422

Commentaries:

Book of Dzyan, on secret folios of

Kiu-te, XIV 422

digest of all Occult Sciences, XIV 422

kept by Teshu-Lama, XIV 422

only fragments of, preserved, XIV 422

only key to exoteric works, XIV 424

some, older than Kiu-to itself, XIV

422

bibliog., VI 425; XIV 539

Kiu-ti, Books of.:

See Kiute, Books of

Kiyun (Hebrew):

as Siva, VII 232 fn.

Kladderadatsch:

humorous journal, II 151

bibliog., II 533

Klaproth, H.J. von (1783-1835):

IX 145

great Orientalist, XIV 172 & fn.

on Hebrew alphabet, XIV 172

bio-bibliog., IX 440-41; XIII 386-87

bibliog., XIV 539

Klaus, Samuel:

"Ensouled Violin" and, II 221 et seq.

Klippoth:

beings of 4th Kabalistic world, XIV

302

Knight, Charles (1791-1873):

-The English Cyclopaedia:

on Chinese works, XI 16

bibliog., XI 580

Knight, Richard P. (1750-1824):

XIV 44 fn.

- History of Greek Alphabet:

VIII 225 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 388-89

bibliog., VIII 462

Knights Templars:

predecessors of the Jesuits, XIV 341

Knock, Ireland:

healing at, IV 382

Lourdes and, III 113, 275

Knorr von Rosenroth, C. (1636-1689):

on Kabalah of, cp. with Chaldean

Kabalah, XI 244 (281)

Kabbalah Denudata:

I 131-32 & fn., 145 fn.; VII 270; VIII

141 et seq.

errors in, VIII 155 fn.

on sacred Tree, VIII 153

on Tetragrammaton, VIII 150, 151-52

bio-bibliog., XI 589

bibliog., I 491; VII 379

See also Mathers, C.L.

Knower:

of All-self, XIII 55-56 fn.

Knowledge:

abstract, & Will, VI 265-66

always respected, I 138

comes in visions & dreams, XIII 285

conditions for supreme, III 268; X 95

continuity of, among Adepts, III 472

definitions, VI 241, 264

divine, & higher Beings, X 166

divine, defined, II 198, 285 fn.

Divine Fire as, III 461-62

a double-edged weapon, XIV 41

of elementals dangerous, IX 112-16

final, must be found within, IX 31

first step to, VIII 141; XIV 1, 40

frees from ignorance & illusion, VIII

125

higher, & sacrifices, III 4

ignorance &, are relative, III 357-58

Initiates & transcendental, XIV 16

innate, & primitive Revelation, VII 93

inner, & absolute truth, IX 34

intuition & absolute, II 95

key to universal, XIV 181

of Light by Soul, XIII 60

modern, superstitious, XIV 121

of Mysteries, XIII 285

of Mysteries based on mathematics,

XIV 63

never to be used selfishly, VIII 59 (81)

occult, based on facts, III 393-94

occult, won through toil, III 476

of parts has little value, XIV 9

Plotinus on intuition & absolute, II 95

positive, of a better world, II 157

reasoned, the only exact science, X

165

sacred, wisely kept by the few, XII

585

Secret, as divine inspiration, XII 311

of secret doctrine of Buddha, IX 135

secret, & Logos, III 461

of Self, XIII 55-56 & fn.

seven keys to secret, XIV 183

sought for selfish ends, VIII 135

soul-,beyond intellect, IX 61

spiritual, should be hidden, IX 41-42

today's, reflects past, XIII 85-88

Tree of, is One, XII 234

true, is of Spirit, XII 537

true, limited by physical science, I

233, 384

truth is, IX 41

universal, esoteric since Atlantis, XIV

181

ways of acquiring, XII 236

"Wisdom" can mean both blind faith

& Secret, XII 311

worldly, from ideologists, III 485

Knowledge:

mocks Kabbala,VIII 157-58

on wart-charming, VI 43-44

bibliog., VI 450

Kobilyansky:

Polish conspirator against Czar, III

157

Kobo-dai-shi, or Kukai (773-835):

adeptfounder of Sriingon Buddhist

sect, XII 301

Koch, Karl (1809-1879):

visited Zoroastrian monastery, II 124

Koch, Dr. Robert (1843-1910):

on aging process, XII 388-89

modern discoverer of microbes, XIII

161

biog., XII 753

Kohn, Julius:

criticisms of J.K. or, discussed, III

262-68, 289-91, 332-43

self-styled "adept," III 262-68, 289-91;

IV 34 et seq., 44-48

why article by, is not published, IV

42-43

Koilon (Gk.):

Greek Heaven, XIV 90 fn.

Kokoreff:

Moscow millionaire, II 122, 124, 125

Koldun:

enchanter, X 143

Russian term for sorcerer, XII 192 fn.

Kolhapur (Kolapur, India):

superstitions at, III 348, 352

Koliadovki:

Christmas and, II 165

Kolozsvar (Cluj):

E. Agardi and, I 161

Konga:

Kings of, V 184, 186

Konstantin Nikolayevich, Grand Duke

(1827-1892):

involved in regicide, III 164-67 & fn.

Koords:

See Kurds

Koo-soongs:

See Ku-sum

Koot Hoomi:

alleged "forged" letters and, XI 405-06

at Bombay in astral arira, V 290

cardinal condition for knowing, VI

164

on chief object of TS., X 77-78 fns.

Coues on, XI 313-15 & fn.

Coulomb trouble predicted by, VI 309

divination by laurel cubes and, V I

163-64

on existence of, V 347; VI 21

H.P.B. at house of, in Tibet, VI 274

H.P.B. defends, VI 308-13

H.P.B. only channel for, since 1885, X

139; XI 210

on H.P.B's authority & role, X 138-40

Himalayan Fraternity and, III 264

"Imperator" and, IV 276

leaves notes wrapped in silk, VI 23

letter to Mr. WT. Brown, VI 29-30

letter to N. de Fadeyev, VI 275 fn.,

276 facs.

letter to Olcott, VI 24, 25-28 facs.

letters as basis of Fragments . . . , IV

482-83 (485)

letters to Hartmann, VIII 446 et seq.

a living man, personally known to

many, V 349

Maha-Chohan's letter to Sinnett and,

XII 240 fn.

Master M. and, IV 355

on meditation & knowledge of Higher

Self, XII 696

name of, a pseudonym, X 126

nonsense about, "dethroned," XI 378,

387

a Northern Brahman, VI 41

not an alias for H.P.B., IV 184

not an "elderly man," VI 39

not author of Light on the Path, XI 314

note of, to Olcott, VI 30 & facs.

notes on Lvi's article, III 292-300

Oxley not contacted by, IV 193

on panoramic vision at death, XI

446-47

precipitates letter in Olcott's hand,

XII 240 fn.

a Pujabi, settled in Kashmir, VI 277

in Puranas name found as a ishi, VI

40-42, 232

relations with Sinnett & others, III

274

Sanskrit name of, not a Tibetan

Buddhist sect, XI 430

seen by seven Theosophists, III 332

on selfishness, X 77-78 fns.

to Siam via Madras, VI 22

Sinnett asked to write certain Letters

by, IV 304

suggest translation from Dostoyevsky,

III 325

superior of, a European, X 153

term found in Vishnu Purana, XI 20

Terry and, IV 19

three passwords authenticate messages

from, IV 193

on Universal Brotherhood, X 78 & fn.

visits Olcott & Brown, VI 22-31

on woman & her mission, VI 259-60

& fns.

Koothoompas:

See Kauthumpa

Kopp, Dr. Hermann (1817-1892):

- Geschichte der Chemie:

on microcosm, XL 518 (541)

bio-bibliog., XI 580

Koran [al-Quran].

I 181; IV 201, 418

Adi-Granth explains symbolism of, I 373

Druses and, III 181

bibliog., IV 654

Korf, Baron Modest A. (1800-1876):

discovered Lavater's letters to Empress

Mariya, XII 205

Korn, Selig (1803-1850):

See Nork, EN. (pseud.)

Koros:

title of Bacchus, III 460

Korshid:

Fravashi of Ormuzd, XIV 322

rector of the Sun, XIV 322

Koa(s) (Sk.):

Atma-Bodha on, IV 582

five, & monad, V 79

have six attributes each, IV 582

meaning, XIV 386

septenary man and, XIV 386

sheath or, IV 565

Vedanta & Taraka Raja Yoga, XIV

386

in Vedantic system, VII 287

Vedantic term for human principles,

XII 526

Kosmokratores:

See Cosmocratores '

Kosmos:

abstract Deity and, IX 167-68

or AdamKadmon, XII 410

birth of, VIII 110

"brain" of the Universe, XII 410

-Builders, XIV 216-17 fn.

in Chaldean Kabalah, XIV 209

of Choos, XIII 28

Cosmos and, XII 656-57, 677

cyclic progression in, XIII 265

Decad and, III 327

definition, XI 485

emanates from Quaternary, XIV

186-87

an Entity, XII 410

eternal, is divided like man, XIV 209

infinite, VIII 65 (87)

Intelligence-Wisdom and, VIII 66 (88)

knowledge of, & math, XIV 62-63

Kosmic motion and, XII 355

manifestation of Parabrahman, VIII

66 (87-88)

as Number, XIV 187

physical, IV 307 fn.

produced geometrically, XII 547

scientific arrogance about, XIV 5

sublime symbolism of, XIV 290

Universal, XII 542

various meanings of, IV 210-11

See also Cosmos

Kossuth:

I 325

Kostomaroff, N.I. (1817-1885):

II 353

Kotahena, Ceylon:

riots at, IV 427 et seq.

Ktahen (Anhalt):

Dr. Hahnemann's refuge from

persecution, IV 76

Kotwal:

chief of Police, I 275

Kotyya, C.:

- "The Hindu Theory of

vibration . . .:

XIII 61 fn.

Kotzebue, Count Paul:

Governor-Gen. of Odessa, I 263

murder of, III 160

Koues:

nature of, VII 202-03

Kreitner, Gustav von (1847-1893):

Szechenyi &, expedition to Tibet, IV

349-51

bibliog., IV 654

Krest:

VIII 362 fn. (380 fn.)

Kri (Sk.):

definition, VIII 201

Kripa (Sk.):

ishi, IV 367

Kris (Gk.):

root of Christos, VIII 358 (375)

Krisa (or Crisa):

on ancient city of, VIII 191-92

centre of initiation, VIII 191-92 fn.,

196, 205

Krishna:

allegory of Universe in mouth of, XI

520 (543)

appears in every Yuga, XIV 372

Bacchus and, XI 94 fn.

battle & death of, as initiation rite,

XIV 75 fn.

belongs to Chandra or Induvaa, V

28 & fn. (57 & fn.)

birthplace, XIV 248

conquers "serpent," II 382; XI 212 fn.

(248 fn.); XIII 57; XIV 287

crucifixion of, depicted, XIV 286-87

dance of Gopis around, symbolic,

XIV 316 fn., 317

death of, & birth of Kali Yuga, V 29

(58)

derivation of word, 1 250-52; VIII 201

& fn.

dwells only within, V 100

a "good Shepherd," XIV 286-87

Gops and, VI 263

as Higher Self, XII 53

Kurukshetra rite memorial to, XIV

74-75 fn.

legend of other Adepts and, XIV

139-40

Ormuzd and, IX 206 (228)

other name of, I 356

Puranic allegory of, XIV 247-48

in rescue of 6 brothers allegory, XIV

141-42

the seventh Principle, VI 263

as Sun-God, XIV 317

Universal Divine Principle, V 306

on Vedas, IV 366

Vishnu animates, VIII 358 (374)

washes feet of Brahmans, I 261

as witness, XI 488

Wittoba as aspect of, VII 295

See also Bhagavad-Gita; Vishnu;

Vishnu-Purana; Vihoba

Krishna-paksha[m] (Sk.):

dark half of moon, V 262

Krishna Vishnu:

full Christos or, XIII 32

Krita Yuga:

See Satya Yuga

Kritsita-Sarira (Sk.):

definition, IV 53 fn.

Krittika (or Karttika) (Sk.):

cycle of, & Vernal Equinox, XIV

362-63

Kriyaakti (Sk.):

Adepts produce pictures by,

XII 672

alchemy and, XI 517 (540)

conducts creative Quintessence & may

kill, XI 506 (529)

or creative will, XII 57

definition, X 248

emanations and, XII 554

no need for speech when, active, X

248

phrase in John and, XI 489

power of producing forms on

objective planes, XII 556

projection of Mayavi-rupa and, XII

706-07

Prometheus and, VIII 143 fn.

Third Root Race created by, XII

532-33

Kronos:

or Kronidae cp. with Elōhim, XIV

200, 202

Sand-dial of Father-, XII 383

seven auxiliaries of, XIV 202

or Seven Kabiri, XIV 202

See also Time

Kropotkine, Peter A. (1842-1921):

murder trial, III 157

Kshatra:

See Kshetra

Kshatriya(s) (Sk.):

degraded, became Vrishalas or

Yavanas, V 307-08

teachers of Brahmans in ancient

times, XII 346 fn.

traced to Chandra or Lunar Race, V

28 & fn. (57 & fn.)

tribes of, in Mahabharata, V 307-08

& fn.

See also Brahman(s); Caste(s); Sudras

Kshayatithis (Sk.):

V 262

Kshetra (Sk.):

basis, III 405, 406

definition, VI 158

Kshetraja and, XII 329

as the body, X 254

See also Chaos; Prakriti(s); Matter;

Root-Substance

Kshetraja (Sk.):

definition, X 254

embodied Spirit, X 254

etymology, X 254-55

Higher Ego or embodied Spirit, XII

329, 358 fn.

informs our Kshetra, XII 329

occult axiom on, XII 363

as "Silent Spectator," XII 358 fn.

as "Spirit-Substance," X 314

See also Higher Ego; Purusha; Spirit

Kshirabdhi-tanaya (Sk.):

daughter of the Ocean of Milk, XII

168 (178)

Kudali (Sk.):

Brahmans, V 184

Maham, V 185, 189

Kuei:

Genii of the mountains, XIV 18

Kuen-Lun Mountains (E. Turkestan):

Sambhala and, III 421

Kugler, Franz Theodor (1808-1858):

- A Handbook of the History of

Painting . . . . :

IV 176

bibliog., IV 654

Kukarmadea (Sk.):

Atlantis became, XIV 246

Kuku-ma:

of the Bhutani, XIV 105

Kulluka-Bhaa (fl. 15th C.):

the historian, XII 169 fn. (178 fn.)

on Sama-Veda, V 34 (63)

- Annals:

on ancient Egypt, XI 227 (263)

Kumara(s) (Sk.):

Angels of Catholics are, XIV 328-29

Avataras at beginning of every Race,

XII 600-01

Builders or Dhyani-Chohans, XIV 328

definitions, X 252; XII 645

eternal celibates, XIII 9

exoteric & secret names of, XIV 329

& fn.

on incarnation of, XII 608

first sons of Brahma, XIV 203, 328

incarnated under Capricorn, XII 76

incarnation of, X 343; XIII 9, 16

not human egos, XII 608

not Planetary, but Star Regents, XIV

329

refused to procreate, XI 40; XIV

203-04

sentenced to rebirth, XIV 204

Virgin Warrior, cp. to Saint Michael,

XIV 329 & fn.

Vishnu,-Purana on period of, XIV

204 fn.

Western mangling of, XIV 205 & fn.

Kumarajiva (344-413):

Amida Sutra tr. by, XIV 448

bio-bibliog., XIV 539-40

Kumarila (fl. 8th C.):

IV 366 & fn.

Barth on, & alleged Buddhist

persecution, V 181

false account of, in Kerala Utpatti, V 189

Purva-Mimasa and, V 181

bio-bibliog., V 377

Kumb[hlakonam Maham (Sk.):

Sankara's date and, V 185, 187, 189

Kumbeg-dag, Mt.:

part of sacred range, III 213

Kumbha-karna:

Hindu Rip van Winkle, V 206

Kumbhuk Mela [Sk. Kumbha Mela]:

a festival, VI 38

Kumbum Tree [Tab. sKu-`bum]:

Abb Hue's rudeness to lama near, III

182

description & discovery of, IV 347-51

inscriptions on, in Senzar, IV 350

Tsong-khapa and, III 186 fn.

Kumil-Madan:

the undine, VI 194

Kunalini (Sk.):

can kill if misused, X 488

illumines pineal gland, XII 697,699

vital, & electric fluid, XII 620

See also Chakra(s)

Kunduz (Afghanistan):

Sambhala and, III 421

Kung:

or "Great Tone," XII 550

Kunte, M.M.:

on Yoga, III 106-08

Kunti: wife of Panu, V 305 fn.

Kura:

title of Sun, III 460

Kurds:

III 176

Armenian patriarch and, III 213

attitude towards scriptures, III 218

devil worship and, II 128

saying of, on Ghebers, II 129

Kurile Islands (Japan):

part of ancient landbridge, V 222

Kurios(oi) (Gk.):

VIII 188, 213 fn.

Kuropatkin, Gen. A.N. (1848-1921):

biog., III 48 fn.

Kurukshetra Rite:

a most ancient Initiation, XIV

74-75 fn.

originated with Krishna, XIV 75 fn.

performed in Nepal, XIV 75 fn.

Kua:

one of Rama's sons, IX 197 fn. (219 fn.)

Kua Grass:

II 460

Kusuli Plant:

heart cp. to, X 196

Ku-sum [Tab. sKugsuml:

cycle of Non-Being, XIV 401 fn.

last 7 Rounds for Nirvana, XIV

401 fn.

trikaya in Sanskrit, XIV 401 fn.

triple form of Nirvanic state, V 255;

XIV 401 fn.

See also Trikaya

Kutais (Caucasus):

H.P.B. at, I 387

Kutch-Behar, Raja of:

tribute paid to, III 60

Kutchi:

gentleman in Isis Unveiled, VI 293

Kuichaka (Sk.):

lowest stage of Sannyasis, II 118

Kutti-Shattan:

definition, VI 194

Kwan-Shai-Yin:

definition, VI 103

same as Vach, V 100

Stanza of Dzyan describes, X 377-78

See also Avalokiteshwara;

Bodhisattva(s); Kwan Yin; Vach

Kwan-Shih Yin:

Savior of all beings, XIII 57

Kwan Yin:

definition, VI 103-04

divine Voice of Self, VI 99; XIV 408

a dual god with KwanShai Yin, X 378

holy voice of Self, XIV 408 fn.

is Kwan-shai-yin Bodhisat, XIV

409 fn.

as Voice-Deity of Brahmans, XIV

408 fn. -09 fn.

See also Kwan-Shih Yin

Kwei-Shin:

vital soul, IV 243

Kypris:

Oriental goddess, VIII 309

Kyrielle:

worship of masses and, XI 74