Volume XV

 

L index

 

Labarum:

Eusebius invented, IX 205 fn.

(227 fn.)

standard of Constantine, XIV 148

symbolism of, XIV 148-49, 151,

154-55

Labor:

resources and, XI 153-54

Laborers:

effect of machines on, VIII 64 (86)

Labre, Saint Benoit:

canonization of, lit 243-44

Lacedaemonians:

Pherecydes predicted capture of, XIII

238

Lachares:

despoiled Athaena, XII 299

Lachaud:

counsel for Leymarie, I 195

Lacour, P. (1778-1859):

XIV 112

- Aelohim ou les Dieux de Moise:

on celestial hosts, XIV 326

Lacour, Pierre (1746-1814):

biog., XIII 389

Lacroix, Claude (1652-1714):

on Palmistry, IX 298

bio-bibliog., IX 441

Lactantius (260?-325):

Earth's rotundity unknown to, XIV 43

on lamps & sun, XI 82

taught Earth was a plane, XIII 90,

338

on wisdom, XII 311

- Divinarum Institutionum . . . .:

on Satan, X 149-50

- Divine Institutes [tr.]:

on Chrēstians, VIII 175 fn.

bibliog., VIII 462; X 424

Ladd, George T. (1842-1921):

- Elements of Physiological

Psychology:

on atoms as beings, XII 365

on memory in each organ, XII 365,

367-68

on mind as Real Being, XII 350,

357-58, 361-62

on physical basis of mind, XII 353

science cannot dictate to metaphysics,

XII 366

Unit-Being of, is Mind-Ego of

occultist, XII 368

bio-bibliog., XII 753

Ladies' Association . . . .:

seeks to convert Indians to Gospel, VI

167, 168

Lady's Pictorial:

on Anna Kingsford, IX 91 & fn,

on Lucifer, X 236

Laghima[n] (Sk.):

II 119

sunbeams and, VII 274-75

Lagrange, J.L, (1736-1813):

on narrowing planetary orbits, XIV

230

bio-bibliog., XIV 540

Lahore, India (now Pakistan):

Arya Samaj & disgraceful attitude to

chela, IV 474 et seq.

on "Shylocks" of, IV 467-78

Lahul:

British, & missionaries, III 419

Laing, Samuel (1810-1897):

- Modern Science and Modern

Thought:

on Genesis, IX 238

A Modern Zoroastrian:

IX 73 fn.

bio-bibliog., IX 441

Laksha (Sk.):

Max Miiller's "fish," XIII 109

Lakshmi:

compared to Venus-Aphrodite, VIII

19; XII 168 (178)

goddess of fortune, XIIl 109

Lalande, Joseph (1732-1807):

- Astronomie:

on meaning of term aux, VIII 365 fn.

bibliog., VIII 462

Lalitavistara:

IV 418

on Buddha studying 63 alphabets, V

304

life story of Buddha, II 134

Lillie misinterprets, III 397

Mitra translates, V 13 (41)

bibliog., III 513; IV 654; V 365

Lama(s) [Tib. bLa-ma]:

Bodhisattvas or chang-chubs and, VI

110-11

Christian pilgrim steals from, VIII 30

death of, mourned by Russian

Christians, VIII 28-29

do not wear yellow robes, I 240 fn.

early Bn sects and, XIV 427

eldest son in Tibet becomes, IV 160

female succession of, exist, IV 16 fn.

forefathers from idyllic Gobi centre,

XIII 330

Tarachan, & H.P.B, VI 294

Initiated, moved in Budda Spirit, XIII

330

marriage of, permitted before Tsong-

khapa, IV 16

meaning of, III 178 fn.

mesmerizes chela to elicit truth, IV

313

mistreated by Hue, III 182-83

Piha is seat of initiating, XIV 126

reform of Tibetan, XIV 427-28

reveres others' prayers, III 182

self-levitated, VIII 136

split after Tsong-kha-pa, XIV 427

succession legends, XI V 452 fn.

theory of, origin, XIII 330

Tibetan Chohan-, Buddhist member

of T.S., III 398

tonsure knife allegory, XIV 451 & fn.

Yellow Cap, never perform

phenomena publicly, IV 160

See also Bn(s); Gelukpas

Lamad:

"God-taught," III 178

Lamaism:

anthropomorphic God not in, III

179 fn.

beliefs of, VI 111-12

Csoma de Krs knew only exoteric,

VI 272

degenerates into fetishism, IV 15

Druses and, III 177-87

esoteric & popular, differ, IV 14 fn.

hierarchy of incarnations in, III 185

Kalmucks and, VI 293; VIII 28-29

magical schools of, III 183

Lamaseries:

of Bon sorcerers, VI 198

lite of, are fetish worshipers, VI 198

Lamb:

as Aja, X 254

in Christian symbolism, XIV 321, 397

dove and, VII 110

emblem of Life & Light, XIII 323

of God, & lamb-cutlet, III 330

as logos, VII 257

sacrifice of, cp. with Purusha's

disappearance, XIV 397

Lamballe, Princesse de (1749-1792):

Saint-Germain and, III 129

bio-bibliog., III 513

Lambert, Franz:

essays on ancient Egypt

recommended, X 62

Le Lotus article, X 48 (55 & fn.)

bibliog., X 424

Lambert, Louis (1835-1910):

IX 314

on Jesuits, IX 295, 304

Lambeth Palace:

IX 5 fn.

Archbishop of Canterbury and, X 93

episcopal conclave at, X 107

Lamedh:

Bible symbol in word Ēl, XIV 208

an ox-goad symbol, XIV 207

Lames:

bear Runic characters of Tarot, XIII 240

Lamh:

a hand, III 178 fn.

Lampridus (fl. 3rd C.):

- Alexander Severus:

on bust of Apollonius, XIV 135

See also Scriptores Historiae Augustae

Lamps:

as symbols of sun, XI 82

Lampsakano:

errors of, I 239-41

Lam-rim-then-mo:

See Tsong-kha-pa

Lancashire Evening Post (Lancaster):

on "The Talking Image of Urur," XI

46

Lancaster:

Lankester and, I 222

The Lancet.

on electricity in humans, III 23

Lander:

on Mandan superstitions, II 173

Landscape(s):

desecrated by man, XIII 181

Lane, E W. (1801-1876):

- An Account of the . . . Modern

Egyptians:

on Egyptian spirits, VI 169

bibliog., VI 439

Lane, Michael Angelo:

treachery of, & T.S., XI 551 et seq.;

XII 582

Lane-Fox, Saint George (1816-1896):

Arya Samaj talk on religious reform,

XIV 117 fn.

on authority of inner truth, XIV

117 fn.

Langley, S.P. (1834-1906):

on ether & radiant energy, IV 221

bio-bibliog., IV 655

Language(s):

Aeolic, Attic & Oscan, V 302

Alchemist's, a blind, XIV 168

alphabets & numerals in Occult, XIV

95-102, 181, 192

ancient, invented by gods, XIV 96,

196 & fn.

ante-Poseidonian, XIII 320

Arts of past and, XIII 320

colors and, VII 64

Demotic & Hieratic, V 221, 297

esoteric interpretation of Sanskrit,

XIV 181, 196 & fn.

Esoteric, related to Tower of Babel

myth, XIV 181

foreign, spoken in hypnotic trance, III

43-44

of Fourth & 5th races, V 216

of gods, V 199, 208; XIV 196 fn.

of gods & men, VII 264

Greek & Latin, will be spoken again,

V 303

Hebrew, not ancient, XIV 180, 196

& fn.

Jews & Christians rely on dead, XIV

172

keys to Universal, XIV 181, 192

knowing all, without study, XIV 134

& fn.

of men called Laukika, XIII 107

monosyllabic. of Eten tribe

understood by Chinese, II 337

mother of modern, V 198

no written, with Incas, II 334

obscure, of occult teachings clarified,

IV 374 et seq.

once a Universal, XIV 169, 181, 183,

192, 196 fn.

Pelasgian, akin to Sanskrit, V 301

relation of, to ideas, IX 250-51

root-, of 1st, 2nd & 3rd races, V 216

sacerdotal, & Vach, V 298

Sanskrit the most perfect, XIV

196 fn.

secret, was once universal, V 297, 306;

XIII 153-54

similarity of Chaldaic & Gaelic, XIV

258 fn.

sound of some, & occult effects, XII 642

symbolic, of high priests, I 131

symbolic, very ancient, I 126

on Vaidic, XIII 106-09, 315-16

Western, limited regarding

metaphysics, I 332, 360

See also Greek; Hebrew; Mystery

Language; Sanskrit etc.

Lanka:

See Ceylon

Lankavatara Sutra:

debates on Nirvana in, XIV 416 & fn.

refutation of nihilism in, XIV 416 fn.

bibliog., XIV 540

Lankester:

-Donkin alliance & Slade, I 222 et

seq., 318

Slade and, I 228

Lanoo:

or Buddhist disciple, IX 158; XII 505

See also Chela(s); Disciples)

La Lanterne:

journal of the insulters, VII 323 fn.

(338 fn.)

Laomedon:

Priam's father, XIII 100 fn.

Lao Tse or Lao Tze:

See Lao Tzu

Lao Tzu (fl. 6th C. B.C):

alluded to Sacred Island, III 420

on Emptiness, III 423

invocation of, figure, XIV 20

more spiritual than Confucius, I 108

Lapide, Cornelius (1567-1637):

VIII 12 q.

on "creatura," VII 46-47

on elements, VII 47

"master of all Biblical commentators,"

XIV 216

on seven "Golden Candlesticks," XIV

329

- Commentarius Apocalypse:

on renovation of animals, VII 21

- Cornelius a Lapide's Great

Commentary:

on angels as stars, XIV 216, 319, 328

bio-bibliog., VII 379

bibliog., XIV 541

Laplace, Pierre Simon, Marquis de

(17491827):

V 150; VIII 65 (87)

- Exposition du systme du

monde:

on celestial change, XIV 230

bio-bibliog., XIV 541

Lapouge, George V. de (1854-1909):

discovery of, XIII 112

bio-bibliog., XIII 389

Lapps:

in Finnish myths, X 145

Finns &, on the dead, II 173

Lara, D.E. de:

founding member of T.S., I 124

biog., I 491

Lardner, Dr. N. (1684-1768):

low opinion of Eusebius, IV 363

nine reasons of, & Eusebius, XI

404-05

Lares:

definition., VII 191

as idols & fetishes, VII 215

Larva(e):

disembodied souls of depraved, VI

195

on earthbound, VI 195-96

play as spirits, V 18 (47)

at sances, I 293, 32930

or spook as Kama-rupa, XII 609 fn.

as terrestrial principle doesn't

reincarnate, VII 198

three classes of, VI 195-96

Umbrae and, VI 188

See also Kama-rupa

Lassa, Vic de (1826-?):

story of, I 151 et seq.

Lassen, Christian (1800-1876):

Buddha's death and, V 255

Alterthumskunde:

dates Kailasa Buddhist monastery,

XIV 442 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 541-42

Lateran Council:

See Church Councils

Latin:

English & French corruption of, VI

79 (88)

expression, II 169 q.

Roman Catholics ignorant of, II 163

sound of, & esotericism, XII 642

Latin Church:

See Roman Catholic Church

Latini:

V 200

ancestors of Latins & Romans, V 212

Latins:

league of, V 215

Magna Graecia & primitive, V 216

Latium Antiquum:

akin to Aeolic, V 302

Laubardemont:

in charge of witchcraft trial, VIII 104

& fn.

Laukika (Sk.):

psychic gifts, VI 334

Laurel Cubes:

divination by, VI 163-64

Laurence, Richard (1760-1838):

Ascension of Isaiah and, XIII 58

on author of Enoch MS., XIV 78,

84 fn.

on Johannine parables, XIV 74

on "mistakes of transcriber," XIV

84 fn.

Book of Enoch:

angels & magical incantations in, XIV 77

Bruce found, MS. in Abyssinia, XIV

77 fn.

Gill on, XIV 77-80

Messiah's pre-existence shown in, XIV

78-79

source of Christian "revelation," XIV

77-86

translated by, XI V 39 fn., 74, 84 fn.

two texts compared, XIV 79,

83-84 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 390

Laurens, J.L.:

- Essais . . . sun la Franc-

Maponnerie:

on priests of Egypt, XIV 252

bibliog., XIV 542

Lava:

one of Rama's 2 sons, IX 197 fn.

(219 fn.)

La Valette, Pre A. (1494-1568):

Jesuit missionary at Martinique, IX

309

Lavater, J.K. (1741-1801):

discovery of letters by, XII 206-07

on genius, XII 19

on honesty, XI 45

on hypocrisy, XI 3

Mesmer's system carried to Germany

by, XII 223

Nikoladze and, I 386-88

spiritualistic tendencies of, XII 207-08

Swiss Revolution opposed by, XII 206

virtuous & saintly, XII 206

- Physiognomische Fragmente . . .:

theory behind, XII 206

bio-bibliog., XII 753

Lavoisier, Antoine L. (1743-1794):

investigates Mesmer, II 276

opposed to Mesmerism, XII 219

phlogiston and, IV 218

Law(s):

abuses of, XII 34, 36-38, 43

agents of Karmic, XIII 75

basis of Great, VIII 124

Blind, as successor to Justice, XIII

189

children's toys and, X 227

Christian, based on Mosaic Code,

XII 266

contemptuous of "miracles," IV 74

correlations of forces & unalterable,

III 151, 246-48

of correspondence, XIV 347

courts miscalled justice, XIII 84,

189

criminal, & hypnotism, VIII 104, 106

English old, & freedom, IV 460-62

eternal, unconscious, III 423

first, of Sacred Science, VIII 59 (81)

Hindu, & ishis, IV 128-29

ideal, perceived by intuition, II 103

"immutable," are effects of free

action, XIII 90

immutable, govern universe, I 296-97

immutable, of Nature, III 150-51

immutable, of the occult, XII 515-16

inexorable, of self evolution, VIII 168,

170

injustice of, towards women in

France, II 516

of Inquisition, XII 266

a mantle hiding bigotry, IV 72

of Mayavic world, XII 537

mediaeval, against liars & thieves, VI

64-65

modern higher courts of, XII 43

natural, & miracles, II 475

natural, & occult, III 151; IX 251

of Nature as secondary effects, IX

58 fn.

of Nature basis on which life works,

IV 453

no God or Devil only One Unereated,

III 299 fn.

occult & mysterious, governs world, II

418

One, as equilibrium, III 313

One Great, III 436 fn.

one universal, in Nature, IV 291

passive will and, VIII 132

permits licensed robbery, IV 73

property, in Russia & England, XII

283

purest expression of, XIV 63

radical, of Biblical & Vaidic

structures, XIV 63

Secret, of Buddha, XIV 419 & fn.

Space as field for natural, III 423

of spiritual gravity, XIV 303

terrible, of Nature & chelaship, IV 611

their application, XI 188-90

Theosophy studies occult, of Nature,

II 490

two primary manifested, IV 291

unity of eternal, VIII 54 (76)

Universal, & Absolute, IX 98

Universal, & Ah-hi, X 318-19

Universal & immutable, II 9 (20), 146

Universal, & Motion, IX 98

of Universal Sympathy, III 192

See also Correspondence(s); Karma;

Retribution, Law of

Lawrence, Sir Wm. (1783-1867):

eminent surgeon, XII 359

- Lectures . . .:

XII 359 q.

criticizes psycho-physiology, XII

359-60 q.

bio-bibliog., XII 753-54

Laws of Manu [Sk. Manava-Dharma-

Sastra ]:

V 30 fn. (58 fn.), 34 (63), 221; VI 202;

VII 51; VIII 66 (87)

above caste, XIV 377 fn.

among oldest works, XIV 311

belong to Krita Yuga, V 32 (61)

on communion with dead, IV 553 fn.

elevation of women in, XII 270

on emanation of creatures, XIV 412

evolution and, II 185

on fourteen Manus, IV 576 & fn.

on happiness, V 340

James Mill on, I 240

magic allowed by, XIV 311 & fn.

on marriage of Brahmanas, VIII 66

(88)

on metempsychosis, V 114 & fn.

name for Pitris in, VI 190

number 7 and, IV 575

on reading & writing in days of, XIII

315

silent on Bengal, V 309, 310

on spiritual ancestors, IX 262

on Sraddha, IX 261-62

on Sunaepa, XII 169 fn. (178 fn.),

173 fn. (183 fn.)

on ten sins, V 341

on Vedas source, XIV 92

bibliog., I 497; IV 656; V 365; VI

425; IX 443; XII 758

Lay Chela:

definition, IV 610-11

Lay Chela (pseud.):

See Sinnett, A.P.

Laya (Sk.):

cosmic matter must rest in, state, X

309

Crooke's Protyle is not, X 306

definition, X 301

dissolution or, IV 564

esoteric axiom on, state, XII 133

Father-Mother and, X 333-34

Light and, X 337

matter and, IX 74 fn.

state of, & "upper space," X 378

as "Zerostate," X 333, 385

Layard, Austen H. (1817-1894):

II 271

archaeologist, XIII 328, 338

image of Oannes and, III 217 fn.

Nineveh . . . .:

on Tree of Life, III 460

bio-bibliog., II 533; III 514

Lazarus:

Massey on, VIII 198

versus greed, XIII 131

Leadbeater, C W. (1854-1934):

had copy of Maha-Chohan's letter,

XII 240-41 fn.

Leaders:

have shallow drums for heads, X 2

Leadership:

Founders did not offer, to

Spiritualism, I 322

Theosophical Society avoids

authoritarian, XIII 119

true, fosters selfreliance, XIII 119

Leaf:

miracle-working, III 354

Le Bas, Phillipe (1794-1860):

on Astrology, XIV 345-46

bio-bibliog., XIV 542

Le Blanc, T.P.:

- Les religions . . .:

on oracular heads, VII 221

bibliog., VII 379

Lecky, Wm. E.H. (1838-1903):

IX 174

on feudal legislation, XII 267

on pagan woman status, XII 267

on Roman women, XII 271

Le Conte, J. (1823-1901):

- Correlation of Vital with

Chemical and Physical Forces:

on force & energy, IV 214

on science, 1X 56

- Evolution and . . . Religious

Thought:

on vital force as term, IV 225

bio-bibliog., IX 442

bibliog., IV 655

Le Couturier, Charles H. (1819-?):

- Muse des Sciences:

on famous scientist-astrologers, XIV

334-35

on tangible celestial influences, XIV

352

bibliog., XIV 542-43

Lee, Ann (1736-1784):

founded shaking Quakers, III 287

upheld ideal of purity, XII 257

biog., XII 754

Leeds Mercury:

on Burgoyne, XI 417

Left-Hand:

origin of, science, IV 515 fn.

See also Black Magic; Evil; Path

Legate:

in Gnosticism, XIII 36

Legends:

of Jesus & Buddha based on

Initiatory cycle, X 67, 113

Legge, Francis:

rf. to Pistis-Sophia intro., XIII 3, 5

Legge, James (1815-1897):

tr. of Yi King, IV 242-43

bio-bibliog., IV 655

Lehmann:

color & sound investigator, VII 63

Leibnitz, G.W., Baron von (1646-1716):

on atom, X 386

defines monad, V 173

likens death to sleep, VII 38

on monad, XII 134

an occultist without knowing it, VII 39

on planetary motions, I 243

on resurrection, VII 38

bibliog., VII 379

Le Loyer, P. (1550?-1634):

- Quatres livres des spectres . . . .

on lemures & larvae, VII 194-95 & fn.

on lower souls, VII 197

bio-bibliog., VII 379-80

Llut, L.F. (1804-1877):

on hallucination, VII 62

bio-bibliog., VII 380

Lemaistre, J.G.:

- Travels . . . .

on church inscription near Milan, II

414-15 & fn.

bibliog., II 533

Lemaitre, Camille:

H.P.B. replies to criticism of T.S, by,

X 296

Lemniscate:

Gnostic diagrams & the, XIII 18-19

Lemures:

Tares and, VII 182, 191-92

Lenclos, Ninon de (1615-1705):

XII 389

biog., XII 754

Lenormant, Francois (1835-1883):

II 11 (22); V 217

on Chaldean magic, XIII 326, 329,

339 & fn.

on religion of Chaldees, XIII 338

term Akkadians of, III 419

- The Beginnings of History:

Orphics on source of soul, VIII 181

- La magie chez les Chaldens . . . .

Chaldean "Vedas," XIII 339

on Turanian nations, XILI 329 & fn.

- Les Premires Civilizations:

on Chaldeans, XIII 336-37

on Scythians & Chaldeans, XIII 334

& fn.

bio-bibliog., II 534; VIII 221, 463

Leo:

conception in ancient astrology, XIV

155

symbolism of, VIII 202, 287 fn.

Leo III, Pope (750?-816):

- Enchiridon Leonis Papae:

sorcerers used, to kill Charlemagne's

enemies, XIV 105-06

Leo X, Pope (1475-1521):

on fable of Christ, XI 81

Sabian missals still used under, X 28

Leo XII, Pope (1760-1829):

Archbishop's appeal to, for restored

Sabian rite, X 28 & fn.

Leo XIII, Pope (1810-1903):

Abb Roca and, IX 200 fn. (222 fn.)

canonizes Benoit Labre, III 243-44

Jesuits glorified by, IX 294, 301-02

bibliog., IX 308, 442

Leonard, Georgia L.:

- "The Occult Sciences . . . ":

X 62

bibliog., X 424

Le Plongeon, Alice D.:

- "Ancient Races":

noted, XII 382

Lepsius, K.R. (1810-1884):

- Knigsbuch:

on Osiris & Chrēstos, XIV 283

Lermontoff, M.Y. (1814-1841):

- "Sonnet to A.O. Smirnova":

XII 287 q.

bibliog., XII 754

Lessing, George:

Ellmore &, on fakir phenomena, XII

321-26

Lessing, Gotthold E. (1729-1781):

great German author, V 294

Letronne, J.A. (1787-1848):

on Egyptian Zodiacs, XIV 348

bio-bibliog., XIV 543

Letters:

E.S. rule on purported, from Masters,

XII 494-95

genuineness of precipitated, X 129-30

how, from Adepts written, VIII

397-98

Masters rarely write, personally, VI

120; X 129-30

Letters from the Masters . . .:

See Jinarajadasa

Letters, Mahatma:

See Sinnett, A.P.

Leuret, F. (1797-1851):

- Fragments psychologiques sur la

folie:

on hallucination, VII 62

bio-bibliog., VII 380

Leverrier, Urbain J.J. (1811-1877):

V 156

discoverer of Neptune, XIV 227

bio-bibliog., XIV 543-44

Lvi, liphas (1810-1875):

IV 376; X 243, 244

acknowledged secret Fraternities in

East, III 265

on Ain-Soph, XIV 234

anthropomorphic creation, XIV 237

on astral currents, XIII 241

on astral light, X 252

Catholic slant of, XIV 239-40

on Chaos & primordial matter, XIV

233, 237-38

on Christian Cabalistic Scriptures, I

132

deals with Occult Geology not

Cosmogony, XIV 234

on Death, III 292-99; IV 250, 253,

255

defines Cabala, I 130

Deity of, male, XIV 235-36

diagram of, corrected by H.P.B., XIV 236

died a pauper, III 208

"elementary" term and, I 265, 299

expounds Hermetic philosophy

coarsely, VI 133-34

extra-Cosmic God of, XIV 234

great Hermetic authority in Europe,

III 282, 312

great occultist, VI 180

H.P.B. on, IV 290-91; XIV 31, 233,

240

Home defames grave of, I 198

inclined to be Jesuitical, XIV 61

on Jesus, III 209

Jewish Kabalist, III 209, 284

Judiciary Astrology of, XIV 351-52

Kabalistic interpretation of Genesis,

XIV 238-39

Kabalistic MS. on Taro(t), XIV 89-90, 93

on King larchus & Hiram, XIV 128

knew much, III 208

K. MacKenzie's praise of, XIV 233

on magic & miracles, III 208

a magician, I 139

master of Christian Esoteric Doctrine,

VI 133

mystified people, VII 266

never received right to initiate others,

XI 523 (546)

on Nychthēmeron, XIII 7-8

on occult teachings, VI 175-80

only mistake of, VI 175

pentagram acc. to, III 312

profound occultist, IV 262

received annuity XI 522 (545)

reconciles Church with Jewish magic,

XIV 238

on Satan, III 296, 299-300

on Secret Science, XIV 89

Spiritualism derided by, III 210-11

on suicides, III 210-11

Talmudic imagery distorted by, VI 133

teachings of, cp. to Eastern initiates',

III 291; XIV 233-40

on Tohu-vah-bohu, XIV 233-35,

237-38

on "Wheel of Enoch," XIV 93

- La Clef des grandes mystres:

III 208 & fn.

- Dogme et Rituel de la haute

magie:

I 283; 111 208 & fn.,` 251; IV 262; V

32 (60)

on Absolute unity, XIV 61

on afterdeath condition of the soul, I

288

on deleterious power of spells, XIV 31

divination, somnambulism, dreams,

III 431-32

on elementaries & second death, I

329-30

on evocation of Apollonius of Tyana,

I 144 et seq.

on executioners of martyrs, XIV 31

H.P.B.'s notes on part of, IV 290

on initiation cycle, XIII 7-8

on magnetic currents of Astral Light,

XII 373-74

on martyrdom of Initiates, XIV 278

on occult elements in conception, I

285

pentagram's affect on unborn child,

III 323

on sign of the cross, XIV 148-49

on sorcery, XIV 31

Subba Row calls, theistic, VI 133

symbolism of Jupiter & Saturn, XIV

339

touches on fate of animals, VI 176

- Grimoire des sorciers:

Egyptian exorcisms related in, VII

116-17

- Histoire de la Magie:

praises Christianity, XIV 239-40

- Le livre des splendeurs:

portion of Zohar tr. in, VII 270-71

- Paradoxes of the Highest

Science.

K.H.'s comments ,& H.P.B.'s notes to,

VI 258-60 & fns.

- La Science des Esprits:

I 283; VIII 189 fn.

Nature closes door for disembodied,

III 283-84 & fn.

on vampirism, necromancy &

mediumship, I 286

- "Letters on Magic":

H.P.B.'s footnotes to, and, XII 622

& fn.

bio-bibliog., I 491-95

bibliog., III 514; IV 655; V 377; VI

439-40; VIII 463; XII 754

Levitation:

cases of, III 280

due to interchange of forces, IV 30-31

of fakirs & tables, I 243, 244

by lama, VIII 136

by mediums & RobertHoudin, III

237

Nava Nidhi and, IV 31

polarity and, I 244; IV 168-69

of Simon Magus, XIV 119

of some mediums, XIV 120

witnessed by H.P.B., I 352

Levites:

practiced degenerate mysteries, VII

256

text of, replaced Mosaic, XIV 183 fn.

veiled Pantheism under Monotheism,

VII 253

Leviticus:

XI 45 q.

on altar fire of Jehovah, IV 531

on burial, IV 506

Code of, in Protestant countries, XII

267

on life in blood, VI 20

on loving neighbor as yourself, XIV

256

mistranslation corrected, VII 19

on nature of Jehovah, IX 42

Lvy-Bing, L.:

La Linguistique Dvoile:

by philologist & archaeologist, V 126

bibliog., V 377

Lewes, George H. (1817-1878):

II 158; VIII 329

contradictions of the erudite and, IX 15

- History of Philosophy . . . .:

on philosophy, XI 435 q.

bio-bibliog., VIII 463

bibliog., XI 580

Lewins, Dr. R.:

Hylo-Idealism and, VIII 33 fn., 40,

131-32; IX 51-62, 138-41; X 306

mechanistic theory of science &

medicine, IX 87, 88

- Auto-Centricism . . .:

on abstract thought as "Neuropathy,"

IX 54

discussed, VIII 300-05

on objective world of matter, IX 59,

86-87

- Humanism versus Theism:

VIII 302-03

Hylo-Idealistic, views in, IX 51, 55, 56,

58, 60, 62

bibliog., VIII 463

See also Hylo-Idealism

Leymarie:

assailed by Home, I 195-96, 198, 201

Revue Spirite edited by I 195

unjustly sentenced, I 202

victim of Jesuits, I 195, 19899, 225

on work of T.S., III 72

Lha(s) [Tib. lHa]:

Adepts called, IX 341

Adepts or Bodhisattvas. VI 100-01

Arhat or freed spirit, XIV 408 fn.

perfect Spirits, Bodhisattvas or, III

303

Purucker on solar, or agnishwattas,

XII 644, 645

rank next to Buddhas, VI 104, 109

Tibetan ascetics called, XIV 18

voluntarily relinquish freedom, VI 112

See also Arhat(s); Bodhisattva(s);

Solar Lhas

Lha-khang [Tib. lHa-khan]:

Buddhist shrine room, III 321

double triangle found in, lII 321

inner temple, IV 160

Lhamayin [Tib. lHa-ma-yin]:

elementals, XI 500

evil spirits, IX 160

See also Elemental(s)

Lhasa [Tib. lHa-sa]:

foreign travellers and, IV 10-11

initiated Lamas form T.S. branch in,

II 205 (208)

on real meaning of, III 179 & fn.

Liar:

Saint Paul on, Xl 103

Libel:

English justice and, 111 8081

Liber Adami:

on Holy Spirit & Holy Ghost, XIV

115

inner God mentioned in, XIV 55

& fn.

Liberal (Sidney):

attacks T.S., IV 414-15

on Prof. Denton, IV 557

The Liberal Christian:

formation of T.S. and, I 121-23

a T.S. Founder was editor of, IV 199

Liberation:

not reached quickly, XII 505

Liberius, Pope (?-366):

thought that "Son only similar to

Father," XIV 145

biog., XIV 544

Liberty:

Absolute, of conscience & Jesus, IV

603

Angel, is Satan's daughter, XII 50

definition, VI 171

a synonym for oppression of the

people, XII 52

of thought essential, IV 496

Libra:

inserted into Zodiac, III 325

Library(ies):

Alexandrian, XIII 231-32

on ancient sites of, XIII 338

hidden, guarded by Asiatic recluses,

III 485

recently excavated, XIII 335

secret, of Dalai & Teshu Lamas, VI 94

Theosophical Society founded an

Oriental, X 132

Librations:

gravity and, X 391

Licht Ndehr Licht:

on insect mimicry, IV 350

Lick Observatory:

nebulous matter discovery, XII 327 fn.

Liddell and Scott:

- Greek-English Lexicon:

VIII 184, 186 fn.

bibliog., VIII 463

Lie(s):

calumnies and, XI 296-97, 311-12

deceit &, in conventions, IX 36-38

impudence and, XI 291

one who, is not a Theosophist, XII

595

outweighs greatest crime, VII 125

preferred to Truth, IX 273

product of our civilization, XI 287-88

public accustomed to, XI 290, 366-68

Libault, A.A. (1823-1904):

on hypnotism, VIII 105

biog., VIII 463-64

Ligeois, Jules (1833-1908):

on hypnotic effects, XIII 113-14

hypnotism and, VIII 105

bio-bibliog., VIII 464

bibliog., XIII 390

Life:

active conscious, & Fohat, III 423

alpha & omega of, VIII 126

Being & the One, VII 38

or Be-ness, XII 355

bi-polar nature of, IV 226

blood and, VIII 181

borrowed from Universal Life, V 21 (49)

breath of, IX 80

a burden & illusion, X 80

collective, full of endless bliss, XIV

432

collective spirit of, served through

Humanity, XI 469

of contemplation or duty & final

truth, IX 170-71

is death, VIII 124

death &, as illusions, VIII 124; XII

625

definitions of One, III 423, 424

a drama or comedy, VI 353

duration of, & cycles, II 449

encased in elementary globules, IV

216

esoteric Buddhists know only One, IV

547

Eternal uncreated One energy, V 111

every atom is a, IX 74 fn.

foetus matter and, IV 297

four stages of, III 412

gloomy masquerade, XII 75-76

Greek letters and, XIII 52

Hermetic fire and, XIII 354-55

how to have, everlasting, XII 537-38

identical with Will, VIII 132

Initiates will give up, for mankind &

truth, XI 100 fn.

instinct to preserve, IV 260

Jewish view of, & death, XII 73

Kabala on Light, Spirit and, XIII 352

key to problems of science, XII

147 fn., 354-55, 413

latent, and kinetic, V 113

latent, even in stone, IV 567

laws of universal, immutable, XIII 90

living a spiritual, cp. to material, XII

537-38

man will merge with, XIII 32

manifested & unmanifested, IV 547

meditation makes, worth living, VIII

116

molecular forces and, IV 226

more active in a dead organism, II

469

mystery of, VIII 242

nature of, & consciousness, VIII 131

never recedes, III 283

not a property of matter, XII 413

Ocean of, and Vedanta, X 369

Ocean of, or universal Mother, XIII

24

One, as electricity, X 354

One, connects bodies in space, VI

228, 229, 350

One Element or One, VII 43

One eternal & infinite, IX 62, 78, 80

One, & knowing Upanishads, IV 579

One, & matter eternal, IV 452

ordeal of, necessary, VIII 117

outer, determined by Spiritual Ego,

III 434-35

Parabrahm or One, IV 291; V 318 fn.

Paramatman, IV 548

polarity of, & Light, XII 629

Prana or One, IV 579

present in atoms, V 111, 288

real, defined, XII 625

riddle of, XII 147

a Root-principle of Man, XIV

209 fn., 217

science of, VIII 240 et seq.

as seventh state of matter, IV 264

sin against animal, VIII 249-50

social, based on self, VIII 139

soul's series of hard trials, XII 391

source of electricity, IV 216-17

Space the Root of, XIV 412

sun & fire as best emblems of, IV 530

sun &, -principle of planets, V 154

-wave or swara, XII 355-56

three Logoi or One, XII 409

transfer of, in mesmerism, VII 315-16

on Trees of, III 460

tripod of animal, & death, IV 246

uncreated Law or One, IV 291

undesirable for most, XII 391

unfathomable by mechanical theory,

XII 141, 413

Universal, as God, IV 453

universal lives are One, XIII 32

universal, or jiva, III 422

Universal, or Motion, VI 192

Universally present & indestructible,

IV 225

unmanifested, & akaa, VI 228

Wagner on nature of, VI 349-50

Waters of, X 367-XIV 241

of whole depends on death of parts,

VIII 124

See also Akaa; Jiva; One Life; Prana

Life-Atoms:

article on, recommended, XIV 415

as bluish lambent flame, V 116

of five principles re-form in next life,

V 117

impregnate objects held, V 116

jiva and, IX 74-75

moved by kinetic energy, V 113

mutual affinity of, V 109

thrown off in passion, V 115

transmigration of, IV 559-60; V

109-17

See also Atom(s)

Life Beyond the Grave:

author of, criticizes Brothers, IV 5

Life-Force:

atom and, XII 412-13

an independent Entity, XII 410

radiates from Absolute Force, X 387

too strong, induces sleep, X 257

Life-Principle:

of animals & men, VI 200-01

discussed, IX 72 et seq.

does not differentiate, IX 76 fn.

jiva as, IX 76 fn.

three views about, IX 79-80

See also Jiva; Prana

Life-Winds:

change polarity of body &

consciousness, X 398

Light(s):

affects magnetism in sances, IX 106

Ahura Mazda as Divine, XIII 131

Akaic, & Adepts, XIV 53

Breath emanates Primordial, XIV

236-37

bright shadow of Buddha, XIV 20

conflict with Darkness, XIII 128-31

conflict with Hylē, XIII 27

contemplation of Divine, III 462

dark &, side to everything, XII 603

Darkness &, not opposites, X 337

Darkness &, of One Element, XIV

210, 241

definitions, X 331-32

desire of Pistis Sophia for, XIII 60

Dhyani-Chohans 1st emanations of

Primordial, XIV 46 fn.

Differentiation and, X 331, 338

divine, shut out by Jehovah, XIV

160-61, 185

eternal, is Darkness, XIV 241

Fire is father of, X 375

first self-conscious god, X 375

form of matter, IV 221-22

Gods are seven Primary, XIV 51

Golden, of divine knowledge, II

285 fn.

the Great, XIII 22, 29-30, 33, 43

heat & electricity as illusions, XII 359

heat, fire & cross, II 143-46

Impressions of, XIII 29

Inheritance of, XIII 64

invocation of, XIII 42

inward, can be known by works not

faith, VIII 162

Jesus is, on subjective plane, XIII 61

in Kabalah, XIII 351-54; XIV 236-37

knowledge of, XIII 60

Kumaras as Pillars of, XII 608

lux & lumen, XIII 11, 28

Ocean of Amrita is radiant, X 374

Ocean of, & personal God, XIV 49

one of 7 Sons of Fohat, XII 620

one of "Three Mothers," XIV 64-65

of one's Logos, XIII 73

our immortal God, XIV 55

parabrahmic, VII 46

is parent of vital air, X 375

as phos in John, XI 486-88

polarity of, & Life, XII 629

Primeval, & Ahura-Mazda, II 128

primeval, synthesis of 7 states of

nature, X 375

Primordial, Aur & Ormazd, III 457

Primordial, reawakens Primordial

Germs, XIV 241

Primordial, unseen, X 375

Receiver of, XIII 38

reflected, alters celestial observations,

X 374

science and, VII 65

S.D. on, XIII 42

sets in motion & controls all in

nature, X 375

on "solitary," in man, VIII 248

Sons of, vs. Sons of Darkness, IV 263

sound & experiments on humans, II

284-85

sound &, in Vedas, VII 67

Spirit is abstract, X 332

of Sun in Gnosticism, XIII 34

Svara and, III 401

three degrees of, XIII 11, 27

Three, of Kabalah, III 313, 314

Treasure of, XIII 27-29, 36, 67

is twofold, XIII 131

undulatory nature of, & One Element,

IV 220

Vesture of, XIII 8, 27

Virgin of, XIII 75-76

Watcher of, XIII 35

wave & corpuscular theories of, I 243

words of, & sound from same roots,

VII 66 et seq.

See also Color(s); Vibration

Light (London):

V 292 fn., 332 fn., 334, 345; VI 53;

XI 297

accuses H.P.B. of animus towards

Christianity, X 243

alleged spirits, III 391

critical of T.S. attitude towards

Christianity, IV 95 et seq.

criticism of Isis Unveiled in, VII 176

Ditson's article and, VI 159-60

Elementary spirits, III 477-78

on "Haunted House," IV 595

H.P.B. reviews Moses' article, IV

272-76

Kiddle incident and, VI 1, 2

A. Lillie article in, VI 269

Mahatma letters and, IV 304

Massey on Isis & reincarnation, IV

182-84

Massey on linga arira, IV 51

Moon as "dust bin" and, V 134; VI

185

as new Spiritualist journal, III 271,

345

supports Theosophy, V 349-50

The Theosophist takes friendly rap

from, III 365-66

Wyld on mediums, IV 140

Wyld's letter and, V 329-34

bibliog., V 385; VI 450

Light (Washington D.C.):

on reincarnation & karma, XII 194-95

Light of Egypt . . . .:

pretends to expose "Buddhistic

Theosophy," XI 386

probable authorship of, XI 385, 386,

417

See also Burgoyne, T.H. (pseud.)

Light of the World:

XI 407, 410-11, 420

Lightning:

damages shrine, II 197-98

exhibits intelligence, X 295

prevents blood from coagulating, IV 225

Likhita, Code of:

written in Dvapara Yuga, V 32 (61)

Lillie, Arthur (1831 ?):

errors of, about H.P.B., VI 269-80,

288-94

a strong medium, VIII 30-31

- Buddha and Early Buddhism:

IV 463; V 348; VI 94, 95, 98, 269,

271, 291, 294

on feminine principle, VI 157

full of blunders, VI 273

H.P.B.'s criticism of, ignored, VI 278

on kshetra, VI 158

W.S. Moses ["M.A. (Oxon)"] on, III

396-97

reviewed, VIII 30-31

on theory of Buddhist roots, VI 96-97

wrong about root of Buddhism, VI

106

- Buddhism in Christendom:

VIII 31, 42

- Koot Hoomi Unveiled . . .:

criticized H.P.B. & Brothers, VI

269 fn.

bibliog., III 514; IV 655; V 377; VI

440; VIII 464

Lilly, William (1602-1681):

much laughed at, XIV 320

- Zadkiel's Astrological Almanac:

II 200

Limbus:

as purgatory, VII 227

Limits:

Gnostic, or Laya centers, XIII 32

Limousin, Charles:

ed. of Acacia, VIII 48 fn. (70 fn.)

wrote under pseud. "Aleph," VIII 70

- "Rvolution":

VIII 48 (70)

Lin-chi, I-hsan of (?-867):

XIV 452 fn.

- Aphorisms of Lin-tsi:

Buddha defined, XIV 452 & fn.

on True Man within man, XIV 452

bio-bibliog., XIV 544

Lincoln, Abraham:

Alexander II and, III 125

Linden, C.H. Van der:

I 410

phenomena and, III 219-20

son Peter &, loyal T.S. members, I

437

Lindsay, James L. (1847-1913):

joins T.S., II 403

bio-bibliog., II 534-35

Line(s):

Superficies and, XIII 17

Vertical & Horizontal, XIII 16-17

Ling:

houen and, VII 202

Linga (Sk.):

definition, IV 53 fn.

IHVH and, VIII 147

same as Biblical pillars, XIV 282

Siva as the, XIV 190 fn.

spiritual meaning to, XIV 282

topes and, V 240 & fn.

Linga-Purana:

on Vyasa, IV 100

bibliog., IV 656

Linga-Sarira (Sk.):

astral body, III 407

born in realm of illusion, XII 629

can survive & affect next life, XII

712-13

can't leave body until death, XIV

209 fn.

cannot speak, X 262

condition of, in sleep, X 261

connection with action, IV 580

corresponds to violet, XII 52, 562,

568

curled up in spleen, XII 699

decay of, after death, 111 414-15; IV

53-54

definitions, IV 53 & fn., 185

European philosophers deny, III 404

evocation of, in sleep, X 261

interior subtle body, IV 548 fn., 579

Manomaya sheath and, IV 582

meaning in Aryan doctrine, III 409

molecular like the body, XII 694

most refrangible of principles, XII

549 fn.

must vanish after death, XII 527, 629

nature's function of, described, XII

704-05

one of 3 transitory aspects of 4

Principles, XII 607

passions of past life impress future, X

176

or Plastic Body, X 218

as principle in man, VII 180, 203 fn.,

289, 299

sharp instruments cut, XII 705-06

vehicle of Prana, XII 547, 699; XIV

209 fn.

See also Astral Body; Esoteric Section

Diagrams

Linghams:

See Linga

Linton, Eliza L. (1822-1898):

- The True History of Joshua

Davidson:

a magnificent satire, XII 34-36

bio-bibliog., XII 754

Lipi (Sk.):

as "writing," V 237

Lipika(s) (Sk.):

Day of Judgment & Karma connected

with, X 405

Four Recording Angels, X 405

on highest plane of our globe-chain,

X 406

nature of, X 403-05

Primordial Seven are, X 403-05

relation of, to Mahat, X 405-06

Lippitt, Gen. F.J. (1812-1902):

I 410

ardent Spiritualist & friend of

Founders, I 437

biog., I 496-97

Lipsius, R.A. (1830-1892):

of Pistis-Sophia, XIII 35

Liquefaction:

of gases, IV 215

Liquor:

meat & marriage prevent spiritual

development, III 27

Lister, 1st Baron Joseph (1827-1912):

anaesthetic use of mesmerism, XII

224

Literary World:

distorts Buddhism, XI 207

Literature:

ancient Sanskrit, XIII 315

cycles in production & criticism, XIII

265

occultism in, VIII 99-100

public heart & pulse, VIII 100

Lithophyl (Lithobiblion):

process of precipitation and, VI

119 fn.

Litolff, Henri (1818-1891):

pianist, I 18

biog., 1 22-23

"Little Albert":

a half-esoteric literary relic, XIV 105

"Red Dragon" and, XIV 105

a vulgar imitation, XIV 105

Littr, M.P.E. (1801-1881):

IV 339

character & funeral of, III 255-57

on Fire-Philosophers, II 499 (506)

as great Lexicographer & philologist,

III 255

- La Philosophie positive:

synopsis of Comte in, III 255

bio-bibliog., III 514

Liver:

cells subservient to our "personal"

mind, XII 370

passional organ, XII 367

Livermore, Mary A. (1820?-1905):

on Church Fathers' attitude to

women, XII 269

Lives:

duration of series of human, VIII 115

as elemental centers of force, XI 489

Livingston, David (1813-1873):

- Travels . . . in South Africa:

on electricity in desert, III 25

bibliog., 111 514

Livius, Titus (59 B.C. -17 A.D.):

XIV 298

- History of Rome:

on corrupt cult practices, VII 124, 134

Niebuhr and, I 232

bibliog., 1 495-96

Livy, Titus:

See Livius, Titus

Llorente, J.A. (1756-1823):

on victims of Inquisition, VI 238

bio-bibliog., VI 440

Lloyd, Francis:

questions to Mohini answered by

H.P.B., VI 214-17

Locke, John (1632-1704):

XI 431 q.

on Bible, XIV 75

"thinking matter" of, VII 30

- An Essay Concerning Human

understanding:

on time, VII 278

Lockyer, Sir N. (1836-1920):

Chromosphere term used by, V 156

Lodge(s):

Adepts', divided into Sections, I 107

H.P.B. a member of the Grand, I 142

mysterious events connected with, I 107 fn.

origin of term, XI 98

secret, in Asia Minor, I 105, 106

supreme initiation and 3 Fraternities

or, III 264

See also The Brotherhood

Lodge, Sir Oliver J. (1851-1940):

- Nature Series:

teaches doctrine once scorned by

Scientists, XII 265

Lodges of Magic:

impractical, X 124

likely to produce mediums not

Adepts, X 127

Logia of the Gospels:

Christianity and, VIII 272

numbered over sixty, IX 205 (227)

writers of, knew whole truth, VIII 178

Logic:

Jesuit God is beyond, II 198

Jesuits on wicked, of men, II 198

Logon:

rational soul, VII 229

Logos(oi) (Gk.):

allegory of the Solar, XIV 223, 260-61

as Atma, & spiritual death, VI 222

Atma-Buddhi-Manas correspond to

three, X 320

or At-tee-kah, X 108

carnalized by Church, VIII 368 (388)

as Christos, VII 257, 259

co-eternal energy, XIV 216 fn.

Darkness & Light and, X 368

Dhyanis are spiritual aspect of the

seven, X 345

Divine, in every man, VIII 357 (374)

double-sexed, X 241

emanates indirectly from IT, X 302-03

First, disappears into silence, X 320

First, is Tetraktys, X 357

first-born brother of Satan, X 149

or "First-Born," is perfect, XIV 216

& fn., 217

German Pantheists and, IX 13

Greek letter and, XIII 52

of initiate, VIII 151

in John, XI 483 et seq.

Kalahasa and, X 379

as Kether, VIII 149

knowledge of, XIII 60

Kwan-yin and, VI 104

light from one's, XIII 73

male aspect of Anima Mundi, X 353

.manifestation of time and, X 358-59

Manifested, a collection of Angels,

XII 561

Manifested, & Fire, XII 553

Manifested, & Gnosis, VIII 177

Manifested & Unmanifested, X 313-14;

XII 526

Manifested, as Triangle, X 351

Manifested, source of 7 Rays, X 352;

XII 567

Mulaprakriti &, dual yet One, VIII

304, 334 fn.; IX 16

mystic religion of Christos is, XI 377

mystic voice, not human reason, VI

11 fn.

is Narayana, IV 336

Non-Manifested, will merge into

Absolute, XII 533

the One, VIII 200

One, & Second, XIII 57

only begotten Son as, XI 491

Ormazd, Ahura-Mazda, etc., XIV

218 fns.

pentacle & manifested, IX 64

periodical, & life, IX 62, 64

Plato on, XIII 268

pre-Christian, IX 214 (236)

rays of, incarnated in mankind, VIII

200

related to Solar Trinity, XIV 222-23,

260

Sarasvati and, X 399

Saviors of nations and, XIII 56

or Second God, XI 241 (277-78)

of Secret Doctrine cp. to Mazdean

thought, XIII 123

Self-created, XIV 218 & fns.

seven rays of, & chakras, XII 620

Seven, their source & synthesis, X 303

seventh principle or "personal" God,

V 21 (50)

spiritual mankind collectively, V 355

symbol of pit and, VIII 204 fn.

symbols of, XII 564

synthesis of manifested universe, X 91

Third, & Father-Mother, X 397

Third, & Space, X 406

Third, or Mahat, X 313

on three, X 320, 334, 351-52

three, are one during pralaya, X 332

three, defined, X 334

triple, & its aspects, XIII 9

triply manifested Deity or One Life,

XII 409

two aspects of, IX 64-65

universal, or divine Ego, V 356

Unmanifested, & Parabrahman, XI

483; XIV 218

Unmanifested, is "One God," XIV 218

& fn.

Unmanifested, is point in circle, X

241-42

Vachivara and, VI 104

vague notion of, results in God

concept, VIII 305

Vajradhara is, of Buddhism, XIV

401-02

or Verbum, I 129

Vivakarman of ig-Veda, XIV 260-61

vivifies, does not create, XIV 216-17

voluntary sacrifice of, VIII 200

by which all is made, XIII 53 fn.

as Wisdom, III 461

or Word, X 252; XII 313

"Word made Flesh," XIII 257

See also Demiourgos(i); Mulaprakriti;

Vajradhara; Verbum; Vivakarman;

Word

Lohans:

or solitary Adepts of China, XIV 18

"sweet-voiced" disciples of Buddha,

XIV 428 & fn.

See also Adepts; Arhat(s)

Lohschmidt:

on end of sun, II 484

Loka(s) (Sk.):

divine & infernal, XII 668, 670-72,

680-85

golden palaces in Hindu, II 175

of penitent, XIII 27

Pistis-Sophia on,

XIII 28

related to Greek root of Logos, XI 98

as seven globes of our Chain, XI 340

as states of matter, XIII 59

Table of Gnostic, XIII 28

Talas & states of consciousness, XII

664-72

Treasure of Light has 3 main, XIII 27

or worlds, III 293 fn.

Loka-chakshu (Sk.):

Eye of the World, XIV 279

Loka-natha (Sk.):

title of Buddha, V 249

Loka-palas (Sk.):

definition, VII 275

personified points of compass, XIV

92 fn.

Lokothra [Sk. Lokottaral:

true psychic development,

VI 334

Lokottara:

See Lokothra

Lokottaradharma (Sk.):

highest world of Causes, XIV 401

Lombard, Peter (?-1164):

on Angels, VII 188

bio-bibliog., VII 380

London:

center of vice, XI 11

cruelty in, VIII 265-66

squalid population in, XII 278

Trafalgar square floggings, XII 281 fn,

London Bridge:

target of Fenian criminals, XIII 217

London Lodge, T.S.:

Anna Kingsford and, IX 90 & fn.

Council of, issues The Latest Attack

on the TS., VI 295

esoteric History and, V 225, 226

Freethought literature and, V 121-25

Morya on, V 330 fn.

petitions Masters for Inner Group,

XII 479

president of, V 126

troubles of, VI 213-14, 217

London Medical Record:

on sounds & colors, VII 64

London Times

IX 25

on Protestants, X 31-32

Long, Col. Chaille (1842-1917):

I 422, 424

Long, George (1800-1879):

- Classical Atlas:

on location of ancient Arabia, XIII

332 & fn.

Longevity:

cases of, IV 448

depends on rate of respirations, II 459

linked to long hair, IV 503

of Raja-Yogis, II 461

Longfellow, H .W. (1807-1882):

accused of plagiarism, XIII 199

not a Spiritualist, I 282

- Santa Filomena:

XII 1 q.

- "Christus: A Mystery":

VI 350 q.

Longinus (fl. 3rd C.):

taught by Ammonius, XIV 313

Longman's Magazine:

Tyndall on underlying harmony, IV 303

Loomis, Prof.:

on electricity in humans, III 24

Lopez de Gmara, F. (1510?-1555?):

on Teotihuacn, II 320

Lord:

of Sheep in Enoch, XIV 83-84

of Splendour & Light, XIV 55

vindictive & meek, VIII 263-65,

297-98

Loria, Isaac ben:

See Luria, Isaac ben S.

Loris-Melikoff, Count (1826-1888):

II 264

on gallant army of, I 258, 259

warned Czar of assassination plot, III 158

biog., II 266

Lost Word:

greater than AUM, XIV 430

Lotus:

Buddha seated upon, XII 168 (178)

Celestial, as Hiranya-Garbha, XII 168

(177)

Christians replace, with water lily,

XIV 100

sacred to Isis, XIV 100

symbol of Trimurti, XIV 100

symbol of universe, XII 167-68 (177)

Vedic legend of blue, XII 170-76

(180-86)

Le Lotus:

VIII 48 (70), 64 (85), 341-42, 343; IX

291, 307; X 48 (55), 67 fn., 170, 206;

XI 167

Abb Roca-H.P.B. correspondence in, X 65

combative zeal of, X 108

on suggestion, VIII 103-04

Le Lotus Bleu:

V 11 fn.

aim of journal, XII 176 (186)

edited by H.P.B., XII 300

bibliog., V 386

Lotus Sutra [Sk. Saddharma

Punarika]:

or White Lotus of Dharma, III 397

on Bodhisattva state, XI 347

is cream of revealed Buddhist

doctrine, XI 345

Esoteric aspect of, XI 345

bibliog., XI 573-74

Loudon, John C. (1783-1843):

on Agnus Castus plant, X 90

bio-bibliog., X 424

Loudon, Nuns of

See Nuns of Loudon

Louis, Chevalier:

Art Magic and, I 467

Louis II, King (1845-1886):

a melomaniac, IV 328

Louis XI, King (1423-1483):

honors women, II 515

Lourdes (France):

cures at, no reason for conversion, X

288

desecration at, II 196-97

healing at, IV 382

"miracles" of, absurd, II 279

Love:

"affinity" theories of T.L. Harris, XII

259-60

is essence of cosmic "First-born," XII

49

essence of World-Soul is, XII 55

eternal, free of material molecules, XI

120 (133)

of fellowmen will save human race,

VIII 55 (77), 66 (88)

free, advocates, XII 255, 257-59

free, is slavery, XII 259

holy, & consciousness after death, VI

109

for humanity ends sectarianism, II 57

(63)

of Humanity is serving God, VIII 66

(88)

for humanity should stifle urge to

convert others, IV 501

a nightmare, I 5

personal, tinged with selfishness, IX

257-58

perversion but not extinction of, XII

49

results of, for Humanity, XII 537-38

spiritual, as attraction, I 36

spiritual, stronger than death, V 79-80

taught by Buddha as well as Jesus,

XIII 168, 170

terrestrial, a barrier to occultism, IX

257-59

unselfish, combined with Will, IX 286

worldly, contrasted to Adept's, IV 341

See also Affinities; Aphrodite;

Compassion; Eros; Venus

Love, C.E.:

on eternal nature of causal forces,

XIV 226

railway builder, XIV 226

system of, on Occult lines, XIV 226

- ssai . . . de la lumire:

on Electricity as Intelligence, XIV 226

Lower Manas:

alter ego of, X 252

Animal Soul or, XII 54, 628

brain and, VII 349; VIII 339-40

can reappear after death, VII 299

definition, X 246

dregs of, form "spook," X 220

fate of, after separation from Divine

Ego, XII 636-39

illusions of space & time and, X 324

Jesus as, XIII 55

mayavi-rupa and, X 219

one of 3 transitory aspects of 4

Principles, XII 607

overfeeding, can result in annihilation,

XII 598

a Ray from Higher Manas, XIII

50 fn.

sports in astral waves, XI 501

suffers with Ego, X 249, 253-54

union with Higher Manas, XIII 28,

48

See also Antakarana; Higher Manas;

Kama-Manas; Manas; Personal Ego

Lower Self:

imagines itself the only self, XII 366

in Kama-loka, VIII 252

meditation and, XII 603-04

yoga and, XII 603-04

See also Personality(ies)

Lowth, Robert B. (1710-1787):

XIV 180

Loyola, Ignatius de (1491-1556):

Black Militia of, IX 294, 296, 301

Jesuits' origin and, IX 299

Theosophical Society needs no,

VII 166

- Constitutions:

of Society of Jesus, IX 316

bibliog., IX 442

Luam:

as spiritual chief, III 178 fn.

Lubbock, Sir John (1834-1913):

X 312

on ants, VII 72-73, 75

on superstition & Royal Institution,

III 74

bio-bibliog., VII 381

Luca, de (Italian Consul):

traffics in boys, 1 390-91 (392)

Lucanus (39-65 &C.):

- Pharsalia:

belief on rebirth, XIV 258

Lucas, Louis:

on living souls, 111 284

Luceres:

triple alliance of, Ramnes & Tities, V

214

Lucian of Samosata (120-200 A.D.):

VII 214

Greek Satirist, XIII 287

heard oracular statues, VII 217

recognized the magi, II 33

scoffed at the Mysteries, VII 240

- De Dea Syria:

VIII 19

on Egyptian magic, VII 119-20, 131

- Iuppiter Confutatus:

on Chrēstos, VIII 204 fn.

- Judicium Vocalium:

on letter Tau, VIII 194 fn., 229

- Peri tes astrologies:

on ancient respect for Astrology, XIV

350-51

on source of Greek Astrology, XIV

350

- Philopatris

VIII 190 q., 226 n.

- Philopseudēs . . .:

on Democritus, XIV 25

on priest from Memphis, VII 120,

131 n.

Sale of the Philosophers [tr.]:

II 210

alternate titles, XIII 287 fn.

satire on Greek celebrities, XIII 287

bibliog., VIII 464

Lucifer:

Astoreth and, VIII 306-10

Biblical rfs. to, XIV 317 & fns.

Bishop of Cagliari called, VIII 12 fn.

Church nonsense about, VIII 26

Church on, & fallen Angels, XIV

314-15, 317, 327

connected with Venus, XIV 315

as fallen Archangel, XIII 271

Infernal" Ophidian, XIII 271

legend of Fall of, VIII 21

light-bringer, VIII 7

Milton and, VIII 6

mistaken for Satan, VIII 6-7; X 236

as Morning Star, XIV 315, 317 fns.,

321

Pope called, VIII 12

romance of, built on pagan myths,

VIII 25

Satan's host and, XIV 327

as "son. of morning," II 146 & fn.

two, for Church, VIII 11

as Venus, VIII 18, 139

"wheels" of, not Satanic, XIII 229

See also Venus-Lucifer; Satan

Lucifer (London):

II 219 fn.; VII 148 fn., 183 fn.,

190 fn.; IX 225 fn., 239 & fn., 313;

X 134, 154 & fn., 251 & fn.; XII

152, 268-69 q., 299, 319-20, 602 fn.

Besant edited, after H.P.B, XIII 219

boycotted in England, XI 460

broad policy of, IX 38-40, 41

chronology of articles in, XIII 252

on criticism of Esoteric Buddhism, X

177, 181

on dating Maha-Chohan's letter, VII

248 fn.

denounces evil, not persons, X 198

does not pander to lies, IX 38

editorial policy of, VIII 101, 313-14;

IX 6-10, 38, 51, 81, 292; X 92-95,

100-01, 170, 232-33; XI 407-08 fn.

essentially controversial, X 230

on formation of T.S., I 123

H.P.B. assumes sole editorship of, X

131

help from American T.S. to, XIII 174

on Hindu contribution to, XIII 174

may expose shams within TS., X 199

on "Meaning of a Pledge," X 196

needs a public fund, XI 454-55

New Year 1888 predictions verified in

'89, IX 318

New Year's wishes of, X 280, 284

not a detective for patriarchal

delinquents, X 99

object of, VIII 5-6

objections to title of, VIII 8-11

one year old, X 98

origins of, VIII 3

reason for unpopularity of, XII

319-20

sounds the reveille in England, IX 245

sources for articles in, XIII 252, 273

subscribers regarded as pupils by

H.P.B., XIII 174

supported by two T.S. Fellows, XI

454, 559 fn,

on Transactions of Blavatsky Lodge,

X 298-300

two-thirds of subscribers non-

Theosophists, X 206

utters a warning, X 95

Lucille, Mlle.:

Donato's experiments with, II 285 et seq.

Lcke, G.C.F. (1791-1855):

VI 152

- Einleitung Offenbarung

Johannes:

VI 152 fn.

bibliog., VI 440

Lucknow Witness (India):

denounces T.S., III 131, 240

Lucretius (96-55 B.C.):

- De rerum natura:

alleged quote from, VII 199 fn.

on Kama-Loka, VII 229

on simulacrum, VII 193, 205 fn., 229

on Venus, VIII 19 & fn.

Ld (or Lydda, Palestine):

real Jesus born in, VIII 362 (380); IX

204 (226)

real Jesus killed near, IV 362; VIII 382 fn.

Lugues, Hernando de (ca. 1532):

II 326

Luke:

VIII 188, 271 fn.; IX 346 (374); XI 486

Quoted: VIII 183, 344, 353, 370 & fn.

(389); IX 182 fn., 365 (393); XI 95;

XII 392

Esoteric meaning, XIV 58 & fn., 137,

384 fn.

family ties and, VIII 293

on John's resurrection, XIV 137

on Lucifer & the Sun, XIV 317 & fn.

on right action, III 370

suggests reincarnation, XIV 58 & fn.

two divine Potencies in, XIV 214

Lully, Raymond (1235?-1315):

I 138; IX 117

Alchemy and, XIII 312

bloody death of, XIV 278

supplies Edward I with funds, I

107 fn.

- De Angelis opus divinum . . . :

refers to Book of Numbers, XIV

95-96 fn.

Lumazi:

Assyrian name, XIV 202

compared with Elōhim, XIV 202

lead flocks of stars, XIV 202

Lmholtz, Carl S. (1851-1922):

- Au pays des Cannibales:

on atrocities of Tasmanian colonists,

XII 289-90

bio-bibliog., XII 754-55

Luna, Goddess:

See Diana

Lunacy:

apparent, caused by confused

vibrations, X 267

Kamic mind functions on astral plane

in, XII 408

paralysis of man in animal portion,

XII 408

Pirogoff on, XII 407

Lunar Race:

in South America, II 316

Lunar Years:

Dr. Sepp and, IX 212-13 (234-35)

Lunatic:

origin of term, IV 396 et seq.

Lundy, Dr. John P. (1823-1892):

a Protestant divine, XIV 317

- A Miracle in Stone:

XIV 72

- Monumental Christianity . . .:

XIII 266 & fn.

on Aryans & the svastika, II 144

Hindu Crucifix symbolism, XIV 287

on "Krishna" crucified in space, VII

295 & fn., 297 fn.; IX 270 rf.; XIV

286-87

on pre-Christian rites & symbols, XIV

72, 286

on washing disciples' feet, I 261

bio-bibliog., XIV 545

bibliog., I 497; 11 535-36; IX 442;

XIII 390

Lunus-Luna Festival:

related to Moon & Taurus, XIII 23

Luperci:

priests of the Arcadian god, Xi 294

Luria, Isaac ben S. (1534-1572):

- Treatise on the Revolutions of

the Souls:

I 145 & fn.

on three kinds of spirits, I 330

bibliog., I 497

Lust:

never satisfied, XII 392

Lustration:

ablution and, XI 77-78

Lustrum:

time cycle of the Romans, XIV 358

Luther, Martin (1483-1546):

XIV 266

alleged confession of, XIV 166 fn.

alleged to be with Devil, IV 391

Luxor:

scenes in Temple of, VIII 359 (376-77)

See also Brotherhood of Luxor

Luys, Jules-Bernard (1828-1895):

II 283

bio-bibliog., II 536

Lyall, Sir Alfred C. (1835-1911):

admits H.P.B. thought a spy in India,

VI 409; VII 327 (341)

bio-bibliog., VI 440

Lyall, Walter T.:

III 49

on studying Russian, III 46-47

Lycanthrophy:

of Simon Magus, XIV 119

See also Werewolves

Lycurgus (fl. 9th C. B.C.):

an admirable leader, XIV 254

disappeared at death, XIV 135

Lydda:

See Ld

Lymphatic:

inoculation to prevent aging, XII 389

on, cells, XII 145, 148-49

Lysippus:

XI 359

biog., XI 580

Lytton, Edward George E.L. Bulwer-

(1803-1873):

genuine mystical writer, II 141-42

& fn.

on source of Vril, XIV 105

"viewless races" of, II 259-60

- The Coming Race:

II 141

---- The House and the Brain:

II 141

- A Strange Story:

II 141; IV 344, 613

- Zanoni:

I  100; 11 141, 160; IV 613; VI 186; IX

400N

on clear perception of truth, VI 229

mistaken view of Adepts in, IV 341

mystic fact expressed in, XIII 72

bibliog., II 524; IV 637; VI 430

Lytton, Edward R. Lord Bulwer-

(1831-1891):

II 428

stopped surveillance of H.P.B., X 293;

XIII 206

Viceroy of India & espionage

calumny, II 141-43