Volume XV

 

M index

 

M.:

See Morya

M. Junior:

See Olcott, H.S.

Macabi Island:

olden vases under guano on, II 310

Macao:

unchanged since 16th C., XIII 178

Macauley, Lord Thomas B. (1800-1859):

Blasphemy Laws and, XI 188

MacCroskey, Bishop Samuel:

seduced his daughter, II 45

Macculloch:

on depravity of critics, VII 306

Mace, J. (Paris Commissary):

chief of Police, I 195

Macedonians:

Magadha and, IV 66

Machell, Reginald W. (1854-1927):

paintings & description by, XII

354-55, 418

bio-bibliog., XII 755-57

Machines:

invention of', & progress, VIII 64 (86)

Mackay, Mary:

See Corelli, Marie

Mackenzie, Col.:

MS. of, on Sankara's birth, V 184-85

Mackenzie, Kenneth R.H. (?-1886):

- Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia:

on alchemists, XI 510 (533)

Brotherhood of Luxor arid, I 87; X

125-26 fn.

on Cagliostro, XII 80 et seq.

on Jesuit destruction of Masonry,

XIV 265-66

on Jesuits, IX 302

on Kabalah, VII 268

on occult fraternities, XII 79

praises liphas Lvi, XIV 233

on reasons Gnostics stigmatised, XIV

70

on science of numbers, XIV 96

secret Brotherhoods cited in, XIV

27-28

on Sun symbol in Masonry, XIV 281

on Theosophists' silent influence, II

96

on various rites, I 309

on worship of Chrēstos, XIV 283

bio-bibliog., X 424

biog., II 536

bibliog., I 497; VII 381; IX 442; XI

580; XIV 545

Mackenzie, Sir Morell (1837-1892):

physician to Frederick III, IX 319

bio-bibliog., IX 443

Mackey, A.G. (1807-1881):

- Encyclopaedia of

Freemasonry:

on adoptive Masonry, I 312

on MS. of N. Stone, XI 183 & fn.

bibliog., I 497

Mackey, Samson A. (1765-1843):

on Hindu Yugas, XIV 365-68

bio-bibliog., XIV 545-49

MacMahon, Marshal Marie E.P.M. de

(1808-1893):

denies adventure with sorcerer, II

389-90

H.P.B. on sorcerer and, II 194-95,

388-89

Macnish, R. (1802-1837):

- The Philosophy of Sleep:

IV 294

bio-bibliog., IV 656

Macrobius (fl. 5th C.):

- Saturnalia:

on Janus or Ion as gods, VIII 193 fit.,

229 n.

on the Kabiri, XIV 315

Macrocosm:

Adam-Kadmon type of, XIII 52

Diagrams I & IV on, XIII facing 524,

657-58

drama of, & microcosm, XIV 303,

393

Esse of Universe, XIV 185

eternal Kosmos and, XII 656; XIV

209

immortal Soul and, XIV 10 fn.

Jivatma and, III 326

Microcosm and, IV 377-78; XII 410;

XIII 124

Microcosm &, symbols, III 250-51,

312, 319, 321

occult powers and, III 403

the One, & human triad, IV 263-64

of Paracelsus, XIV 51

seal of, VIII 154-55 & fns.

seven occult powers in, & Microcosm,

III 411

six-pointed star, III 461

three principles & 4 vehicles, XIV 209

& fn.

Macroprosopus (Gk.):

or Long Face, VI 317

Microprosopus and, VIII 142-46, 149

symbolical "Ancient of Days," XIV 168

See also Microprosopus

Madagascar:

Adept or Lodge in, I 428, 439

Madan (Sk.):

elemental spirit, VI 193-94

See also Elemental(s)

Maddina Nag:

planet Venus, XIV 258 fn.

Madhava (Sk.):

Sankara born in month of, V 179

Madhavacharya (1199-1276):

or Anandatirtha, V 183

followers of, on Sankara's date, V

184, 187

founder of Dvaita sect, XII 343, 344 fn.

worshipper of Vishnu, XII 343

Madhava-Vidyaranya:

See Vidyaranya

Madhwacharya:

See Madhavacharya

Madhyamika Buddhism:

two divisions of, XIV 438

view of Paramartha, X 347

views of, IX 59

See also Prasanga Madhyamika

Buddhism

Madhyantika:

Lohan & sculptor of 100 ft. Buddha,

XIV 428 fn.

Madonnas:

colors altered by priests, I 372

contrasted to Pagan idol, XIII 300

of Raphael, XIII 182

See also Virgin Mary

Madras Christian College Magazine:

V 328

bibliog., V 385

Madras Mait

Rev. Cook and, IV 68-69

libelous innuendos in, VI 55, 58,

63 fn.

on Senate Hall rejection of T.S. use,

VI 166, 167

bibliog., VI 450

Madras Standard:

on the telephone, IV 112

Madras Times:

on Bangalore mounds, II 324

libelous innuendos in, VI 55

"Ooty Chronicler" in, V 321-23

bibliog., V 386

Madri:

wife of Pandu, V 305 fn.

Mafia:

toys with high officialdom, XIII

186-87

Mag, Magh[aj(s):

initiates & magicians, IV 514 fn..

516 fn.

root of word magician, II 33, 90

Magadha:

forefathers of Macedonians, IV 66

its calendar, V 261

Magas, King of Cyrene (?-258 B.C.):

V 242

Magavas (Sk.):

"mighty ones," III 456

Magendie, Francois (1783-1855):

-Physiologie Humaine:

XII 219 q.

bio-bibliog., XII 757

Magh (Sk.):

Hindu month, II 117

Magi (or Maginsi):

as Buddhists in Arnold's poem, XIII

166-67

Chaldean, & Kabala, III 456 fn.

Deity of fire of, III 460

as hierarchy of Adepts, IV 515 fn.

High-priest of antiquity called, II 32

kindle altar without fire, III 462

land of, III 215 fn.

Mesrobian MS. on, III 459

on space & time, XIV 202

Star of Bethlehem, XIV 240

Theosophy of, ishis & Buddhists the

same, V 35 (64)

traditions of Deluge, III 214

on wandering of the soul, VII 192

of Zoroaster initiated, II 89

Zoroastrian, XII 72

Magia:

definition, XII 551 fn.

Magia Adamica:

See Eugenius Philalethes

Magianism (or Mazdaism):

adepts of, existed in Clemens' days,

IV 533

archaic, identical with Sabaeanism, IV

531

correct version of, untimely today, IV

526

immense antiquity of, IV 514, 522

not monotheistic at first, IV 528

pulse of old, still beats, IV 534

pure & degraded, III 452

rite of wine & rose, III 465

on six Gahambars, III 462

some primitive, in Hadhōkht Nask,

IV 528

universal religion of Central Asia, III

456

See also Mazdean(s); Sabaeanism;

Zoroastrianism

Magians:

accused of superstition, XIII 230

initiated at Bactria, XIV 35

of Persia & Babylon, XIV 46-47

rites reformed by Zoroaster, XIV 23

sublime precepts of, XIII 229-30

See also Mazdean(s); Zoroastrian(s)

Magic:

academic disdain for, XIII 211, 234,

335, 338-39

Adept's use of, power, IX 239

ancient, believed in by some

Theosophists, II 101

anterior to age of Odin, XIV 23

Atlanteans misused, VII 93

based on exact science, II 461

believed in for thousands of years,

VII 103

Black, infers White, I 117-18, 141:

XIV 17, 32, 101-02

blended with all Religions, XIV 23,

32, 105

in Book of Enoch, XIV 77

Brahmins knew science of, XIV

312 fn.

buried by adepts, VII 93

ceremonial, & elementaries, I 286-87

Chaldea as center of, III 150

characters of, in initiation crypts, VII

107 fn.

Church, XIV 17, 27, 32, 116-17

coeval with 3rd Root Race, XII 532-33

considered fetishism, XIII 339

course of, I 141

definitions, II 32, 36

Democritus on, XIV 25

differs from occultism, IX 249

divine and diabolical, XIII 236, 337

Divine, cp. to human, XIV 311

Divine, has only one approach, III

266

"Divine Miracles" and, XIV 116-17

Divine, only used by pure in heart, IX

157

Divine Science, VII 122

does exist, I 141

a dual power, XIV 59, 103, 105, 163,

311

effluvia of, & civilization, VII 92

Egyptian, VII 105 et seq.

liphas Lvi on, XIV 31

esoteric Theurgy and, I 139

in every papyrus, VII 92

facts of, tejected, IV 313

flourished among Chaldeans, XIII

338

H.P.B. defends reality of, I 134 et seq.

Hexagon as absolute key in, XIV 103

historical, & science, VII 92

history must include, VII 125

holiness needed to practice, XII

559-60

Hypnotism a lesser branch of, XIV

22-23

Isis Unveiled on, hinted at, XIV 22

karmic results of dabbler in, XII 606

Lodges of, impractical, X 125

Magism and, XI 516 (539)

mesmerism, key to Eastern, II 135

Mikael patron of 7th work of, XIV

339

motive determines effects of, XIV 106

motive of white & black, IX 156,

400F

natural, never crushed out, IX 119

or Natural Philosophy, XIV 25

not Charlatanry, XIV 22, 24, 32

not founded by Zoroaster, XIV 23

numerals morally dangerous, XIV

60-61

Occult forces of constellations and,

XIV 224

in occult science, XIII 218

as old as man, XIV 22-24, 311

outcome of primitive knowledge, VII

125

pentacle is sign of Black or White,

XII 623

performance of, by a Shaman, I 345

et seq.

performance of Dervishes, I 177 et

seq.

in Prisse papyri, VII 118-19

Psellus on, VII 123

psychology practically applied, I 324

relation to Spiritualism, I 101-02

in Russia, II 445

schools of, III 183

a science, I 137

scientists forced to study subject of,

VII 125

secret of, can't be revealed to our

race, XI 523 (546)

secrets revealed in true, XIV 311

of Simon & his disciples, XIV 118-19

sorcery and, VII 92

sources of, XIII 339-40

spell & fascinating gaze of Indian

conjurer, XII 326

Spiritual, differs from natural, XIV

47-48, 54, 163-64, 311

statues fabricated acc. to, VII 103

still in full sway, XIV 32, 105

symbolized by Litera Pythagorae, XIV

101

sympathies & universal ether, XIII 241

terrestrial mysteries of white & black,

XII 626

Theosophia same as, XII 557

Theurgy and, XII 559-60

theurgy &, not understood, XI 234

(271)

true, feared by Roman Clergy, III 254

true, identical with Gnosis of

Pythagoras, XI 214 (250)

true, in East, III 254

true nature of, XII 551-60

true student keeps silent on, XIV 33,

60

two branches of, XIV 27, 32. 101,

105-06

in Udyana, XIV 19

underlies all faiths, VII 91

use & abuse in all ages, XIII 237-38,

337

various degrees of, X 132

in Vedas, II 33-34

wedded to archaeology, VII 93

white & black, difference between, IX

156, 400F; XII 604

white & black not understood, II 96

White & Black only spider's thread

apart, XIV 106

why, fell into disrepute, II 32

will power and, I 150

See also Black Magic; Lvi, liphas;

Sorcery; Theurgy; White Magic

Magician(s):

Adepts and, IV 263

ancient High Priests were, I 139

ancient strongholds of, XIV 19-22

Apollonius a great, XIV 128

confession of Saint Cyprian the, XIV 163-64

control spirits, I 137

critics exposed by, XIV 27

Dervishes at work, I 181 et seq.

fraternity of true, now disbanded, VI 7

gained power over elementals, XIV 311

Hindu, the greatest, XIV 22

as Magha, IV 514 fn.

many unconscious, XIV 32-33

on natural-born, IX 259; XIII 347

need no artificial lighting, XI V 311

Neo-Platonic, XIV 304

Padmasambhava a master, XIV 19

perils await unfit, XIV 60-61

Pharaoh's, XII 311

practicing, never marries, III 342

require long training, XIV 54, 116, 311

Simon a, XIV 118-19

source of Church Dogma, XIV 341 fn.

true, pities sorcerers, XIV 33

White & Black, & occult law, X 270

Zoroaster reformer of, rites, XIV 23

Magicon oder das geheime System . . .:

rf. to description by F. Hartmann, XIV 62 fn.

on true vs. common Mathematics, XIV 62

Magiism:

works recommended on, I 126 et seq.

Magna Graecia:

V 200, 212

more ancient than believed, V 167-68

pre-, period & Rajputana, V 238

Magna Mater:

Virgin Mary is, XI 70, 97

Magnes:

magnetism and, II 275

of Paracelsus, IV 290

Magnet:

celestial, or spiritual buoyancy, III 211

Magnetic:

affinities, III 21 et seq.

aura may form strong battery, IV 27,29, 30

correspondences, III 220

current conveys impressions of sound,III 411

current of earth & astral projection, IV 489

desire of sitters & seance apparitions,III 395

equilibrium is health, III 285

Lucidity, II 280-81

sympathy between planets, III 45

vital, current as healing, 111 285

Magnetic Fluid:

cures and, III 253

man emanates, V 115

Magnetic Power:

as key to scientific Psychology. II 511

power as used by Yogi, IV 101-02

Magnetism:

abnormal discharges of, by humans, III 101

accepted under name of "hypnotism," XIII 211

applied in sleep, XII 214

arises from prana, XIII 364

aura of humans and, VI 341

bad, of men & alcohol, IX 160

blue is color of, X 241

body's, imbibed by all it touches, VI 72

crystals and, III 100

current of, between Devachanees, V 84

current of, in a circle, I 352-53

degrading personal, II 398-99

of earth & position in sleep, IV 405

effect of, on flowers, IV 312 fn.

electro-, according to physicists, V 152-53

escaping through skin may be felt, X 272

evil, impressed upon objects, VI 249

experiments in France, 11 279-89

gravitation and, 1 244; V 152-53

in hair, VIII 361 & fn. (379 & fn.)

history of, II 275-78

human body in relation to, IV 404-05

human, described, III 92 et seq.

Jussieu & Deslon support, XII 218

key to, & hypnotism, XII 568

law of mutual attraction & repulsion in, V 152-53

laws of, studied by true Theosophy, II 490

lucidity and, II 280-81

mesmerism & Occultism, V 10 (39)

now called hypnotism, XII 214, 395

outer, of persons & objects, 1X 157, 159

pure, needed for occult development, III 268

radiant heat & akaa, III 103

role of, in human, IV 383 et seq.

solar, affects Earth, III 45

still a mystery to Science, XIII 345

substantial nature of, discussed, VIII 315 et seq.

terrestrial, currents, VI 340

terrestrial, & mediumship, III 246-47

"Therapeutic," XII 222, 395

transfer of, VII 316

vital fluid in man and, II 397

why, denied by science & clergy, II 278

Will &, as prayer, IV 519-20

will of man and, II 282

See also Animal Magnetism: Force(s); Gravitation; Hypnotism;

Mesmerism; Polarity

Magnetizer:

somnambulist and, V 22 (50)

Magnetizing:

by pure magnetizer, II 400

vital force and, II 136

Magnitudes of Ether Waves:

on ether, IV 219

Magos:

Magi and, IV 516 fn.

Magusti:

Chaldean, III 51

Maguvius:

Colossus of Rhodes and, XI 360

Mah:

mystical Kabalistic name, XIV 215

Maha:

High-priests of antiquity called, II 32

Maha Sahib:

See Serapis

Mah-Abad:

Zerdusht the 13th, IV 508

Mahabharata:

VIII 137

Anuasanaparva[n] on tribes of

Kshatriyas, V 307-08 & fn.

Arjuna's victory over Devas in, XII 202

Bhishmaparva[n] has interpolations, V

245 fn.

Chinahunah and, V 245 fn.

Harivaa of, on 7 classes of Pitris,

VI 191

on Hindu navigation, V 300

history of Hercula in, XIV 246

initiated Brahmans and, IV 192

Kala-yavana and, V 239 fn.

Kali Yuga described in, IX 100

on Krishna & Anusalva, VI 7

on language & occult philosophy, V

302, 306

Manusmriti closely connected to, VI

425

on merit & charity, V 335

on Narada's chastity, XIV 286

over 20,000 years old, XIV 365

races & tribes in, V 239

racial history in single drama, V 238

raising of "spirits" found in, II 37-38

Rajadharmanuasanaparvan on

Yavanas, V 309

spiritual phenomena pervades 16th

chapter of, II 37-38

Trojan war and, V 238

Vyasa and, IV 100

on Yavana & Vrishalas, V 307-08

bibliog., II 536; IV 656; V 365; VI

425

See also Bhagavad-Gita; Vyasa

Mahabhutas (Sk.):

gross elementary principles, IV 581

Mahabhutic:

faculty of finite Self, XII 631

Manas linked with personality, V

80 fn.

Maha-Buddhi (Sk.):

as Divine Ideation, XII 629

Mahat and, X 324

Universal Soul & Mahat, XII 413

See also Mahat; Universal Soul

Maha-Chohan:

Chief of Himalayan Brotherhood, III

401 & fn.; XIV 422 fn.-23 fn.

Compiler on letter from, XII

239-41 fn., 498 fn.

future is like an open page to, VI 24

letter from, XII 239 q., 497-98 q.

sacred residence of, XIV 423 fn.

superior to Masters, XII 239 fn.-40 fn.

views of, on T.S., VII 248-49 fn.; X

79-81

Mahadeva (Sk.):

II 464

Maha-Isvara (Sk.):

IV 568

Maha Jataka:

cp. with Bible. III 223

Maha-Kalpa (Sk.):

Age of Brahma, X 396; XIII 56 fn., 302

arupa spheres during, XIV 375 fn.

one hundred years of Brahma, XIV

375 fn.

See also MahaYuga(s)

Mahakasa (Sk.):

as universe, III 318

Mahakasyapa:

See Kasyapa

Maha-Manvantara (Sk.):

astral light changes with each, X 361

Day-Be-With-Us and, X 405

every, has its own Manu, X 364

individuality and, VII 52

life-cycle of the, XII 629-30

"Luminous Sons" and, X 347

See also Manu(s); Manvantara(s)

Mahamaya (Sk.):

evil & imperfection from, VI 180

human life and, XI 475

Indian mesmerizers and, XII 326

man can become free from, VIII 125

Mahan Singh:

12 divisions of Sikhs and, I 373

Mahanama (Sk.):

Buddha and, V 254

Mahanarayana Upanishad:

IV 336

bibliog., IV 656

Mahanirvana-Tantra:

on natural moral purity of Adept, V

339

bibliog., V 365

Maha-Parinibbana Sutta:

rf., V 258

bibliog., V 365

Mahaparinirvana Sutra.,

on Nirvana, III 414 fn.

bibliog., III 515

Mahaprajaparamita Sutra:

on Ananda's mission, XIV 445

on Hiuen Tsang's tr. of, XIV 445

bibliog., XIV 549-50

Maha-Pralaya (Sk.):

Absolute and, X 333

Brahma and, X 44 fn.,371

Paramatman manifest of itself at end

of, VI 202

period of rest, XII 58

Sat is present even during, X 327

Solar, & 12 Suryas, VI 134, 202

universal rebirth and, III 270

See also Pralaya(s)

Maharaja(s) (Sk.):

the Four, in symbolism, XII 545-46;

XIII 18

Four, or Lipika, X 405

Maharloka (Sk):

fourth dimension and, VII 85

fourth world of higher septenary. VII

85

Maha-rshi [Sk. Maha-rishi]:

meaning of, V 32 (60)

Maha-Sunyata (Sk.):

Space or, III 423

See also Sunyata

Mahat (Sk.): .

Alaya-akaa or, XII 371

or Anima Mundi, X 304

or Brahma, VI 209; XII 411

as collectivity of Dhyani-Chohans, X

360

as Cosmic Mind, X 319

created by Abraxas acc. to Basilides,

VIII 213

definitions, X 252, 313-14

or Divine Ideation, XII 629

jiva and, IX 76 fn.

Logos and, X 399

Maha-Buddhi and, X 324

Manas proceeds from, XII 607 & fn.

as manvantaric Principle of

Intelligence, X 325

or Plērōma of Gnostics, XIII 31 fn.

source of Buddhi & Ahankara, IV 581

study of, in cosmogenesis, XIII 40

synonymous with Binah &

Chochmah, X 355

as Third Logos, X 313, 360

Time and, X 358

Universal Cosmic Mind, XII 411, 413

or Universal Ideation, X 251

Universal Intelligent Soul, XII 629-30

Vaivasvata an avatar of, X 364

wisdom as reflection of, XIII 49

See also Universal Intelligence;

Universal Soul

Mahatma(s) (Sk.):

abstract knowledge and, VI 266

advise & influence, but never order, V

330 fn.

on Awareness of, VI 240

at Badrinath, II 121-22

on becoming a, IV 544

belief in, endorsed by Rev. Beale, IV

131

belong to no sect, VI 38

Brahm-Atma Chief of all, XIV 430

care for humanity as a whole, VI 240

Chelas of, protest Hume's remarks,

IV 229-30

compassionate to unhappy candidates,

IV 370

Compiler on objectives of, letters. XII

241 fn.

concern for civilized races, XI 1239 & fn.

Cosmic Will and, VI 265

definitions, II 120; IV 101; VI 239

direct order from, rare, XII 63

Divine wisdom not external religions

sought by, IV 162

evil counteracted by, VI 20

existence of, XIV 3 fn., 28

forced to avoid world's corrupt aura,

V 291

heart of T.S. candidates examined by,

IV 369

identified with Universal Soul, VI 240

Jivanmuktas cp. to, XII 159, 634

know what knowledge best for

mankind, VI 265

letters rarely written in ordinary way,

VI 120

M. & K.H. not Buddhist monks, VI

293

meeting, depends on self-effort, VI 15

Mongolian Khe-langs and, XII 337

never inspire sinful acts, VI 20

not subject to caste or laws, IV 227

are omnipresent, VI 240

our spiritual objectives and, XII

241 fn.

phenomena of, and, XIII 213

picture of, in Adyar Shrine, VI 418-19

practically a creator, VI 262

proofs of existence of, VI 216

reason for reluctance to bestow favors,

IV 227

relations with, through one's inner

self, V 291

ishis same as, IV 543

S.P.R. and, XIII 213

sceptics of, XIII 213

secret, underground Benares and, II 120

on seeing the real, VI 240

servants of Karma, IV 611

seventh principle and, III 414

some, are Hindus, IV 366

some, chelas of higher ones, VI 285

testimony on, by Ramalinga Swami,

IV 133-36

Theosophical Society not directed by,

III 5

as title, XI 458

tolerate, but do not practice Buddhist

rites, VI 293

unselfishness key to becoming, VI

263-66

who resides in Southern India, VI 134

See also Adepts; Brotherhood, The;

Hilarion; Koot-Hoomi; Morya; etc.

Mahatma Letters:

See Jinarajadasa, C.; Sinnett, A.P.

Mahatmaship:

as state & title, VII 157 fn.

See also Adeptship

Mahattattva (Sk.):

first-born & Mulaprakriti, VI 143, 176

Mahavansa (Sk. Mahavaa]:

accuracy of, V 242

Buddha's death and, V 249

Buddha's 3 visits to Ceylon and, V

251

dynasty of Moryas and, VI 40-41

mentions secret cave where Arhats

taught, X 71

silent on Buddha's nirvana, V 254

on Vijaya's landing, V 248

bibliog., VI 425; X 425

Mahavidya:

definition, IX 252

Maha-Vishnu:

is seed of Avatarism, XIV 160 fn., 371

See also Bija

Mahayana Buddhism:

condemns self-torture & solitary life,

XI 348

on fundamental laws to escape

rebirth, XI 348

highest form of transmigration in, V

115

Hinayana schisms and, XIV 434

Septenary principles cp. to Taraka

Raja-Yoga, VII 289

on three aspects of a Buddha, XIV

390-92 & fn.

on three bodies & Nirvana, XIV

436 fn.

See also Buddhism; Hinayana

Buddhism; Yogacharya Buddhism

Maha Yuga(s) (Sk.):

III 423

Chaldean cycles and, IX 212 (234)

definition, X 363

duration of, IV 579; XIV 243-44, 357

Planetaries and, III 270

remembrance of personal existences

and, IV 121

revolves between two eternities, II 420

See also Maha-Kalpa

Maheshwara [Sk. Mahevara]:

the Great Power, XII 356 fn.

Mahidhara:

commentaries are untrustworthy, II

113

Mahima[n] (Sk.):

caused by altered polarity, II 272-73

Siddhi of aethrobacy, II 272

Mahinda (fl. 200 B.C.):

Buddhism brought to Ceylon by, III

358

Mahmood, Syed (1850-1903):

Dervish-phenomena and, II 290

Mahratta (Poona):

defines objectives of Theosophists in

India, IV 22-23

Mai, Cardinal Angelo (1782-1854):

VII 96 fn.

Maikoolal, Lalla:

- "Satgoor Swami":

on secondary importance of Siddhis,

II 511

Maimonides [Moses Ben Maimon]

(1135-1204):

Biblical allegories and, XII 342

recommends silence, XIV 36

on true sense of Genesis, XIV 36

- Guide of the Perplexed [tr.]:

XIV 36 fn.

- Moreh Nebuchim:

on Jewish tutelary gods, VII 217, 219

on teraphim, VII 232 & fn., 233 fn.

- Treatise on Idolatry:

on Jewish teraphim, VII 118 fn.,

130 n.

bibliog., VII 381-82; XIV 550

Maine, Sir Henry (1822-1888):

- Ancient Law:

on Roman laws protecting women,

XII 271

bio-bibliog., XII 757-58

Mamlnder, Dr. P. (pseud. of Philip

Batz):

- Pessimism and Progress:

VIII 110-19, 121-22 q.

on primordial sin, VIII 111

Maistre, Joseph de (1754-1821):

- Les soires de Saint Petersbourg:

on killing animals, VI 1 12

Maitland, Edward (1824-1897):

Circular Letter to London Lodge and,

VI 131

criticizes Esoteric Buddhism, V 134-35

Hermetic Society and, VI 251

H.P.B. misquoted by, VI 134-35

on last days of Anna Kingsford, IX 91 fn.

never resigned from Parent T.S., IX 90 fn.

Maitreya Buddha:

on future coming of, VI 116, 266-68

old world destroyed after, XIV 161

teacher of Aryasanga, XIV 451 fn.

will incarnate in all of Humanity, III

185

world saviour of 6th Race, XIV 354,

436, 451 fn.

- Champai-chos-nga [Tib. Byams-

pa'i chos lna]:

five books of, XIV 451 fn.

Makara (Sk.):

in Hindu Zodiac, IX 238

incarnation of Kumaras in, XII 76

sign of Capricorn, III 326-27

Ma-Kheru:

or Word of Truth, VIII 188 fn., 197;

IX 21

Malabar (India):

customs, V 188-89

Sankara's dates and, V 184-85

Malachi:

IX 346 (374)

Kabalistic key needed for, XIV 318

"prophecy" of Christ's coming, XIV

318

Malakhim:

Biblical angels, XIV 338

Male:

female &, elements & cross, II 145

in occult phraseology, XIII 165

salvation through blood of primeval,

VIII 208

Malebranche, Nicolas de (1638-1715):

on Anathema Maranatha, XIII 308

on Descartes' views, VII 27

bio-bibliog., XIII 391

Malech:

or Melech & Moloch, XIV 338

Maleville, de:

on litanies of Virgin & Jesus, XI 96

Malevolence:

envy or revenge will stop spiritual

progress, XII 496-98

Malhandrni, H.:

- Rituel of Initiations:

some rules for neophytes, XIV 289

Malherbe, Francois de (1555-1628):

- Consulation Duperier:

XI 231 q. (268 q.)

Malibran, Marie (1808-1836):

supernatural voice of, II 237

Maligawa:

Founders at, & newspapers

innuendoes, II 416-17

Malkuth:

VIII 151, 152 fn.

the Bride, IX 64

bride of Tetragrammaton, VIII 142

definitions, VI 212; VIII 141 & fn.

Eheieh and, IX 64

or lower Prakriti, XII 516

mother of all that lives, VIII 143

path of, VIII 152

plan revealed by, VIII 152-53

Sephirothal Tree and, VIII 154-55

& fn.

seventh of inferior Sephirōth, VIII

147, 150

is Tetragrammaton, X 357

See also Tetragrammaton

Mallery, Col. Garrick (1831-1894):

The Theosophist and, II 348

Mallet:

experiments of, IV 222

Malmesbury, Win. of (1095?-1143?):

accuses Anglo-Saxon nobility of slave

trade, XII 267 fn.

Malpas, Philip A. (1875-1958):

definition of Pistis-Sophia, XIII 5-6

made recension of Pistis-Sophia, XIII

4

on Saint-Germain, III 526

bio-bibliog., XIII 391-92

Malunkya Sutta (Pall):

XI 346 fn.

Mama Oella Huaca:

counterpart of Isis, II 306

Mammals:

bodies of, formed of man's atoms, X

175, 186 fn.

Mammon:

Temple of, XII 386

Mammoth:

worship in America, XII 382

Man:

absorbed in Universal Life when

purified, IV 453

Adamic, or fleshly, XIV 199, 204,

289-90, 302

Ah-hi and, X 321

animal brain of, X 169

with animal heads, VI 204

animals benefit from cast off

molecules of, X 186 fn.

Anosh is, in Hebrew, X 52 (60)

Anthrōpos, XIV 205 & fn.

on antiquity of, XIII 146 fn.

antiquity of, in America, II 335

as atom, X 386

atom becomes a, I 334

becomes demi-god by Yoga, II 160

Buddha within every, XIV 394-95

came from Heavenly Man, XIII 44

can assume any shape, I 227

can become a god, I 73, 293; VIII

367 (387)

can surpass in phenomena average

"spirits," I 295-96

cannot become an animal, VII 183

cannot become Mahatma in one life,

VI 245

Carlyle on Real, XIII 97

Carlyle on the wisest, XII 320

changes form through cycles, II 336

Chhayas of Pitris and, X 364-65

childhood notions of early, acc. to

Mller, II 113-14

Christian creates God in, own image,

XIV 146

a complete unit, XII 607

composite being, XI 505 (528)

contains all four elemental kingdoms,

VI 197

copy of the universe, IX 400J

creates own future, XI 304

Cross typifies Kosmic origin of, XIV

140

cycle of, incomplete without terrestrial

life, I 363 (367)

danger in metaphysics for, XIV 41,

45, 47-48

dating of, distorted by science, XIII

146 fn.

dies without ever facing his soul, XI

242 (279)

as Divine Builder, XIV 26

divine intellect veiled, XIII 241

divine nature & future, XII 410

Divine, rules Sun, XIV 332

Divinity of, reached by merit alone,

XIV 51-52

"door of hell," XIII 164-65

"Double" of, XIV 209 fn.

duality is key to, III 434, 438

early, & alleged tail, XI 209

elementary, reborn on our planet, I

112

Elōhim creating, VIII 145 fn.

emotions are obstacles to Spiritual,

XII 55

in Esoteric Buddhism, IX 280 et seq,

esoterically, a septenary, VII 207

essence identical with god, XIII 55

Essence is the Absolute, XIV 213, 310

ever changes, XII 46

creature was, is or will be a, X

321

every responsive to kindness & truth,

XI 353

evolution of, & animals, X 186 fn.

evolution of, & of horse ace, to

Huxley, I 228-29

of, allegorical, XI V 81, 175,

188 fn., 200, 204, 289-90, 302-03,

332-33

a fallen angel, X 169

fashioned by Demiurge, XIII 26

is final goal of evolution for lower

kingdoms, VII 16

first, a shadow of a Pitri, IX 240-41

first, in fourth round, IX 240

first living being on earth, IX 239

five the number of, XIII 30

follows a line of progress, X 313

forces of, correspond to those of

universe, IX 400D

frame of mind at death and, XIIl

74-75

as free agent, V 144

future evolution of, a necessity, II

186-87

genius depends on ensouling ego, XII

15

geometrical symbol of, X 51 (59)

gigantic bones of, in Gibraltar caves,

II 337

gigantic, of Gnosticism, XIII 43-44

glacial period and, II 115

in Gnostic creation, XIV 205

goal of evolution for, XIV 303

God" or Divine prototype within, X

169; XIV 52 fn., 55, 301, 310

hates to think, XIV 17, 57, 64

Heavenly, of Kabalah, XIV 185,

197 fn., 301-02, 332

Hierarchical scale of, XIV 379

higher than animal, VI 200

highest tabernacle of Nature, V 355

history of, XIII 348-50

history of "First," XIV 175, 204-05,

289

how to comprehend what is, II 110;

XII 517

human nature and, XIV 110, 251

hypocrisy, XIl 241, 247-49, 317-20

as image of Elōlim, XIV 184,

188 fn., 197-98 fn., 204-05, 212, 302

image of God, V 357

impregnates objects with intense

feelings, V 115-16

incarnation of his God, XII 533

iniquity of, XIV 41, 57, 81, 302

inner & animal, X 164

inner, & astral light, I 284

inner, & death, X 221

inner, & dreams, X 247-48

inner, & occultism, XI 307

inner, as microcosm, V 355

inner, as symbol of deity, V 316-17

inner, can inflict wound, IV 566

inner, of mediums, III 347

inner, repressed, VII 308

interbreeding of, XII 251-53

invisible can be made visible by, IX

400E

on irrevocably materialistic, XII 625

Jehovists see, as the supreme animal,

XIV 184, 188

Karmic record of each, XIII 76

Know Thyself, XIV 48, 55-56

life of, inseparable from Mankind,

XII 5, 45-46

linked with heavenly bodies, XIV 349

lived among Gods, XIV 68, 92, 205

love of, should stifle urge to convert

others, IV 501

Lower, is carnal, XIII 37, 165

mantrams may benefit good, XII 518,

534

Marcus on celestial, XIII 51-55

matter & Absolute, IV 195

meaning of "to slay a", VII 256 & fn.

measure of the Universe, XIII 71 fn.

mechanism of, & intelligent force, II

188

no mere ephemeron, VIII 123

metamorphosed into wolves, II 167

Microcosm of the Macrocosm, XII

410, 519; XIII 352

mortal, & purification, V 356

must be a, before becoming a spirit, I

298

must be freed from superstition &

priestcraft, XIV 251

must have ideals, XIV 41

must know basic truths of Religion,

XIV 63-64

must liberate himself from matter, XI 40

must love truth before he will believe

it, XI 49

as Nebuchadnezzar, XIV 81

needs to look within, VIII 116

new, progeny of old, X 177

Nicodemus' view of, XIV 57

number 10 &, in Pythagorean Tetrad,

XII 578

numerical value ace. to Gnostics, XIV

92 fn.

offspring of gods, XI 410

oldest doctrine of, XIII 267

organs of, perform 7 functions on 7

planes, XII 520

origin of, ace. to Haeckel, VIII 33 et

seq.

originally parentless, XIV 289, 302-03

outer & inner, III 434-35, 437

outer & inner, & dissolution prior to

death, VI 347-48

outwardly a creature of but a day, XII

156

as oval sphere, XII 521

own creator, IX 177

is own worst enemy, III 369-70

Paradise Lost on, XII 350

Pascal on, XIII 97

path to bliss & eternal life for, XII

537-38

perfected animal, X 313

pineal gland is androgynous in, XII

698

Pitris and, IX 262

Plato classified, among animals, IV

34

potentially has all attributes of higher

Aeōns, XII 555-56

Pre-Adamite, XIV 205, 289

primitive, on river Trubezh, II 261

procreation of, in 3rd Root-Race, XIV

80-81, 175, 188 & fn., 204 & fn.,

289-90, 302-03

prototypes of, or 7 Divine reflections,

XIV 50-51, 197-98 fn., 198-99,

204-05, 379, 391

in Pythagorean system, XII 519

Races of, predicted in Enoch, XIV

80-83

real, is not body or desires, VIII 129

relation of, to earth element, X 366

resents entering a new path, XIV 17

riddle of, & Oedipus, I 361 (365)

right attitude toward outer self, VIII

128-29

rises to glory through suffering, XII 55

of SatyaYuga God-like, XIV 249

science & origin of, XIV 23

seeks the most emotional religion, II

447

as seer, XII 367

seven sounds pertaining to, XIII 52

as sevenfold being, III 321; VII 290;

XIV 386-87

sevenfold Elōhim and, XIV 204-05

is seventh creation, XIV 197-98 fn.,

198, 204-05, 379

sexual excesses of, more bestial than

beasts, VIII 67 (88)

sexual generation of, not only

method, VIII 65 (87)

shaping of, by Pitris, VI 191-92

should cooperate with Nature, IX

400E-F

should master invisible powers, V 317

is Son of Evil not Son of God, XIV

287

Son of, the ideal Messiah of Enoch,

XIV 78-79, 81

Soul & Spirit, XIV 209 fn.

source of every Word, XIII 77

Spiritual, free during sleep, XII 565

Spiritual, of Valentinians, XIII 26

Spiritual perception of, paralyzed,

XIV 333, 462

Spiritual, the heavenly Power, XII 55

subtle powers of nature in, II 284

superior to gods, XIV 205, 213

supposed progenitor of, XIII 212

sympathy with nature, XIII 241

tabernacle, XIV 58

temple of his own inner god, XI 239

(276)

a Tetraktys, II 4 (15)

Theosophists' duty to help, XI 465

three transitory aspects & 4 Principles

in, XII 607

three Upadhis in, XIV 386

throws off life-atoms, V 115-16

tossed about by karma, VIII 299

transformation in Alchemy, XII 52-55

a trinity of Egos, but one, IX 257 fn.

triune nature of, I 292-94, 298, 331,

361 (365)

true nature of, XII 519

two creations of, XIV 199, 204-05

two-thirds through 5th Root-Race,

XIII 68

undergoing barren cycle, XIII 241

unprepared for primeval truths, XIV

45-48

vehicle of a dual spirit, XII 46

vehicle of fully developed monad, X

313

world's rulers have no sway over

inner, II 105

Yugas and, XIV 68

See also Adam-Kadmon; Anthrōpos;

Evolution; Humanity; Mankind;

Men; Principles(s) of Man

Man: Fragments . . . .:

See Chatterji, M.M.

Man-God:

Jesus as, not historical person, IX 203

(224-25)

Manam [Sk. Mana]:

measuring methods in India, V 261

Manas (Sk.):

agent of, is brain, XII 623-24

in anthropogenesis, XIII 40

aroma of, VII 180, 185, 186 fn.; X 51

(58), 54 (62)

asleep in sense dreams, XII 693

Astral light's relation to, XII 407

astral perception and, IX 400G

both psychic & manasic, XII 353,

357-58, 364, 371

Buddhi & brain, XII,618

Buddhi & chelaship, IV 608

"Child of the Child," XIII 10

Chitta & Ahankara and, IV 550 fn.,

581

combined with kama, V 144

in conjunction with kama-rupa, VII

188

conscious Ego, XIV 59 & fn.

corresponds to Manomaya-koa, XI

476

in descent of dove allegory,

XIII 8

differentiation and, VI 126

Divine when united with Buddhi, XII

630

dravya, V 79

duality of, VI 205-06; XII 353, 624, 628,

631; XIII 10, 28, 40, 50 & fn., 65

during life, VI 328

Egyptian teachings and, VII 190

essence of, from Hierarchy ruling

Venus, XII 548 fn.

eternal & non-eternal, V 80 fn.; XII

631

fifth principle & struggle of 5th Race,

XIV 302

Fohat and, X 392

gravitates to Kama, XIII 50

grows at expense of wisdom, XIV 333

"half-terrestrial," XIV 49

or Higher Ego, XIII 9

higher, purifies the lower, XII 54

as highly developed intellectuality, VI

198

as "individual" Ego, XII 58

is Jiva in Vedanta, XIV 49

Kama-rupa and, IV 548

lower & higher, are one, X 254

maha-bhutic, & tanmatras, V 80 fn.

no relation to Planetary Spirits, X 341

nous and, VI 205

one of 4 Eternal Principles, XII 607

perception of, VI 240-41

perception of self and, VIII 96

personal self and, IX 256

phos as light and, XI 487

phrēnic terrestrial element and, XII

371

Pistis Sophia and, XIII 61-62

proceeds from Mahat, X 363

Prometheus and, VIII 367 (386)

rapid development of, XIV 333

real ego, VII 179

reflection of, XII 630

relation of higher & lower, XII 709-12

as seat of Jiv, VII 179, 185

seed of personal intelligence, V 78

is sexless, XIII 165

skandhas and, VII 52

in sleep & clairvoyance, XII 328-29

in sleep, perceives reality, V 78

specialized, for each man, XII 679

as Spiritual Self-Consciousness, V 80;

XII 630

spiritualized portions of, IV 185

spiritually sterile without Buddhi, VI

198

Substantialists' name for, VIII 328 fn.

term preferred to Nous, XII 353 fn.

thirteen changes of, XIII 60

Triad of Atma-Buddhi, XIII 30

triumphs over spirit, XIII 57

union of Lower with Higher, XIII 28,

48, 50

union with Buddhi, V 114

upper & lower, within Spiritual Ego,

XII 623-24

vehicle of Mahat, XII 629

winning of independent existence and,

XII 630-31

See also Antakarana; Buddhi-Manas;

Higher Ego; Higher Manas; Kama

Manas; Lower Manas

Manasa (Sk.):

proceed from each Manvantaric

Manu, X 364

See also Manu(s)

Manasaputra(s) (Sk.):

Ah-hi and human principles, X 324

Ah-hi become, on 3rd plane, X 321

bear burden of sins of personality, X

255

become Thinkers, X 322

definitions, XII 644-45 & fn.

Egos of Humanity, XII 607 fn.

Fohat is representative of, X 360, 393

genius as direct light from, XII 18-19

incarnation of, in humanity, XIV 205

individual, or Kumaras, X 252

John 2 verse 10 and, XI 502

Pentad and, XIII 16

preside over Mercury, XII 545

rays of Universal Mind, XII 365, 411

Sons of Mahat, XII 411, 607 fn.

Sons of Wisdom, XII 18, 545; XIII

16

See also Kumara(s)

Manasarovara Lake:

ancient Brotherhood dwells beyond, V

245

Aryans and, I 383

Mt. Kailas and, III 422 fn.

pre-historic emigration from, into

India, VI 99

ig Veda written at, XIV 94

Sambhala and, IV 526 fn.-27 fn.

Vedas and, III 419

Yogis gather at, VI 37; XII 701

Manasic:

inner constitution of man is, XII 371

Kamic as well as, organs in man, XII

369

Ray & its mission, XII 371

Manas-Manu (Sk.):

Divine Man or, alone reincarnates,

XII 623

Manava-Dharma Sastra:

See Laws of Manu

Manchester Courier:

VIII 290-91 q.

Manchester Guardian:

XII 286 q.

Manco Capac:

Incas and, II 317

Osiris and, II 306

son of the Sun, II 317

Mand:

of Todas, I 356

Mananamira:

See Surēwaracharya

Mandans:

superstitions of, II 173-74

Mandara:

Mountain of, XIII 159

Mandir:

house of worship, III 57, 58

Mandrakes:

as magical implements, VII 216

Mandrin, Louis (1724-1755):

French bandit & highwayman, IX 363

& fn. (391 & fn.)

Mandt, Dr.:

physician to Nicholas I, III 124, 160

Manukya Upanishad:

on Taijasa, XIV 52

Manes:

Apuleius on, VII 191-92 & fn.

of Chinese, II 177

correspond to nekuas, VII

96 fn.-97 fn.

Di or Deae, VII 97 fn.

expiations to, XIV 99

of Kings, VII 95 et seq., 125-26

psychai theai and, VII 96 fn.-97 fn.

reason for worship, XIV 134-35

Sraddha rites propitiating the, IX 261

Virgil on, VII 197

Manes (or Manichaeus) (216?-276?):

Church accuses, of sorcery, XIV 163

cp. to Saint Cyprian, XIV 163

disciple of Terebinthus, XIV 163 fn.

an heretical Buddhist, V 211 fn.

knew Christian mysteries, XIV 116

Seleucus a disciple of, XIV 150

why, called the "Paraclete," XIV 163

& fn.

 

Manetho (3rd C. B.C.):

Bunsen on, XIII 232 fn.

corroborates papyri, VII 125

papyri renderings of, VII 95

Pseudo-, XIII 232 fn.

works in Alexandrian Library, XIII

231 & fn.-32 fn.

Mang(s) [Sk. Mataga]:

III 388

aboriginal tribe in India, II 141 & fn.

Mango-tree:

phenomenal growth of, I 273-74

Mani Kah'bunr [Tib. Ma-ni bKabum]:

oldest historical Scripture in Tibet,

XIV 426

Manicheans:

Buddhist origin of, X 67-68, 113

See also Manes (or Manichaeus)

Manifestation(s):

differs from creation, XIV 208-18

essence of individualities and, IV 535

in geometrical symbolism, XIII 15-21

Kabalistic teaching on, I 283; XIV

237

nature of objective, I 294

One Element has 7 states of, IV

602 fn.

periodical, & Ah-hi, X 318

point in circle as primordial, X 242

produced by magnetic auras, IV 27

Spiritualistic, not excarnate humans, I

283

stages of, X 352

subjective & objective, I 293

theories on production of "spirit," VII

187

of Universe, XIV 236-37

Majunatha Sutra:

on wickedness at end of age, XIII 189

Mankind:

as actors touring Earth, XIV 303

Adepts renounce Nirvana to help,

XIV 53-54

ancient instructors of, & Biblical,

XIII 236

Book of Life of, XII 5

changes little, XIV 110

collective life of, must be known,

XII 4

differences amidst, XIV 57

dogma & authority curse of, XIV 117

earliest races soulless, XIV 205

error encircles, like Boa-constrictor,

XIV 27

esoteric Genesis on ancient, XIII 100

First to Seventh Race, has same

individuals, XIV 303

God of Comrists, XIII 96-97

"Gods" of, must not be destroyed,

XIV 64

gross minds of present, XIV 290

herd of sheep, XIV 16, 57

the horse and, I 229-30

an infant yet, VI 103

Initiates instruct early, XIV 252-53

Initiates vow to die for, XI 100 fn.

Kingdom of Heaven and, XIII 49

Occult Truths and, XIV 26, 40-41

once had universal language, XIV

180-81

in period of skepticism, XIII 241

to rebecome a race of gods, XII 46

separateness of, illusory, XIII 71

unity of, & spiritual growth, XI 105

worse now than in Pagan days, X 171

See also Humanity; Man; Men;

Principle(s) of Man

Manley, A.J.:

on force & matter, IV 307-08 fn.

Manliness:

of not condemning one's fellows, X 201

Manning, T. (1772-1840):

Dalai Lama and, IV 14 fn.

reached Lhasa, IV 11

bio-bibliog., IV 656-57

Mannus:

Germans and, V 219

Mano:

Chief Aeon, III 322

See also Aeon(s)

Manoah:

Samson son of, XIV 272

Manockjee, D.:

animal welfare and, IV 282

Manomaya-Koa (Sk.):

corresponds to Manas, XI 476

as illusive "I," IV 582

See also Koa(s); Manas

Mansel, Henry L. (1820-1871):

on subject-object annihilation, VIII

335

- The Limits of Religious

Thought...:

on finite mind & Infinite, XI 415

bio-bibliog., VIII 464-65

bibliog., XI 581

Mansi, J.D. (?-1769):

- Sacoruin concilioruin . . . .:

"Manual" of elementary occultism,

VII 223

bibliog., VII 382

Mansur, Abul Kasim:

See Firdausi

Manteia:

or Samadhi, XII 560

Manthnami (Sk.):

definition, VIII 143 fn.

Mantra(s) (or Mantrams) (Sk.):

affect animals, IX 118

affect mind, IX 121

Atharva-Veda gives magic formula of,

XIV 428 fn.

concentrated will and, VI 340

definitions, IX 118, 252

effects of, IX 119-21

E.S. notice has, X 154 fn.

evolution of Earth and, I 227

four aspects of Vaidic, XIII 107

healing use of, XIV 253

manifesting, during Pralaya, XIV 187

mesmeric cures and, IV 163 et seq.

not a prayer, XIV 428 fn.

is older part of Vedas, XIV 237 fn.

original revelation to ishis, XIII 109

Russian cattle breeders & magical, II

446

sacred, of Lohans, XIV 428 & fn.

Sanskrit and, IX 120

secret, of Chhandogya Upanishad, V

289

for snake bite, etc., VI 80-81 (89-90)

sound of, IX 120

treacherous weapons, IV 166

Vaidic, creations of supernal beings,

XIII 107

is "Word" Universe sprang from, XIV 237

Mantraastra:

letter Ha in, III 413

Manu(s) (Sk.):

I 296

-bearing globes & attainment of

Parinirvana, XI 466

born of Brahma, XIV 188

contains potentiality of all thinking

forms, X 363

definition, X 363-64

for every Manvantara, XIII 159

as first human races of 1st Round, IV

576

of fourth Round, V 221

generic name for Pitris, X 364

lower than Dhyani-Buddhas, X 365

Max Mller on, XIII 314-15 & fn.

reign of a, XIV 366-67

ishis and, X 346

Root & Seed-, & Rounds, IV 577 et seq.

Root & Seed-, & "war in heaven," X

371

synthesis of Manasa, X 364

-Vaivasvata in creation allegory, XIV

188

See also Laws of Manu; Vaivasvata

Manu

Manuscript(s):

ancient, in Armenia, III 218

ancient, unavailable to English, II 204

(207)

of Replies . . . by Masters & chelas,

VI 160

secret, stored, VIII 158

some secret, destroyed, XI 175 (183

& fn.)

See also Codices; Kennicott;

Mesrobian MSS.; Skinner, J.R. etc.

Manushi(s) (Sk.):

first human school of, XIV 81

sacred words of Initiation and, XIV

39

Manushya-Buddhas (Sk.):

or Bodhisattvas, XIV 392

or earthly Initiates, XIV 289

originally parentless, XIV 289

Sutala and, XII 665

transference to Nirmanakaya state,

XIV 389

trinitarian form of, XIV 389

See also Bodhisattvas; Nirmanakaya(s)

Manushyas (Sk.):

on birth of, XIII 12

Manusmriti:

See Laws of Manu

Manvantara(s) (Sk.):

beginning of, & planetary spirit, III

269

causes of existence and, X 335

cycle & birth of Avataras, XIV 353

dawn of, X 318, 320

definitions, X 363, 365

on destruction at close of, VII 44

endless series of, XIII 49

Enoch a narrative of 5 Races in, XIV

80, 82

first fire of present, VII 293

fourteen, IV 576

illusion and, IX 16

Indras & Manus for every; XIII 159

key to cycles of, XIII 301-06

local, & origin of Magianism, IV 514

a Manu reigned in each, XIV 366

One Element and, III 423

period between two, XII 54

planetary & cosmic, XI 466

preceding, & Prometheus legend, VIII

367 (386)

properties of molecules and, XIII 89

related to Hindu astronomy, XIV

366-67

Solar, & minor, IV 377

Space generates, XIV 244

Spiritual Monad lasts one, XII 58

star of the Individuality and, XIII 72

various types of, IV 576-77; X 321-22

waking state and, X 309

See also Manu(s); Manvantaric

Guardians; Planetary Spirit(s)

Manvantaric:

last, hour, V 151

Manvantaric Guardians:

XIV 81, 353

clergy, degraded idea of, XIV 63

as seven Primeval celestial Beings,

XIV 379

watch over 7 regions, XIV 379-81

Manzoli, Pier A. (1503-1543):

- Zodiacus vitae:

XIV 46 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 399; XIV 560

Mapes, Prof. James Jay (1806-1866):

IV 123, 353

Mar:

Mary and, VIII 18

Mara (Sk.):

armies of, XII 392

evil principle, X 67, 113; XI V 141

Marble, Mortimer:

I 409, 411, 413, 414, 419, 427, 428, 430

at auction, I 425, 428

early TS. Committee member, I 246

faithful, good & honest soul, I 424,

426

Marcellinus, Ammianus:

See Ammianus Marcellinus

Marcellus I, Pope (?-309):

Thrason and, X 23

biog., X 425

Marcion (fl. 2nd C.):

On Gnostic Gospels of, IX 23 fn.

Gnosticism of, & moral effects, XI

108

on God of hate, XI 69

on God of Jews, XIV 113

Good God and, VIII 187 fn.

intermediate Being of, XIV 113

stigmatized by Latin Church, XIV 70

why, left Christianity, VIII 360 (379)

Marcus (fl. 2nd C.):

system of, XIII 51-55, 77-78

Marcus Aurelius, Emperor (121-180):

XIV 257

Mardi-Arabs:

Druses as mixture of Kurds and, III

176

Marcy, E.J. (1830-1904):

- La Machine animale . . .:

on motion, XII 356 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XII 758

Margasirsha:

XIV, 364-65

Marguerite of Austria (1522-1586):

appeals for Sabian temple, X 24

Maria Magdalena:

appeals to Jesus, XIII 37-38

esoteric meaning of, XIII 37

"female Saint Michael," XIII 256

a Galilean chatelaine, XIII 166

as interlocutor for the disciples, XIII

36-37

Karma of women and, XII 268

Mariham or Mariamne names for,

XIII 36-37

most intuitive of Jesus' disciples, XIII

36

Naaseni claim teachings from, XIII 36

Mariamne:

See Maria Magdalena

Mariette Bey, A.E. (1821-1881):

II 11 (22)

as archaeologist, V 168

- Memoire sur la mre de Apis:

on God & the Gods, XIV 218

on Sun as Son of God, XIV 270-71

Monuments divers recueillis en

gypte . . . .:

magical feat, VII 102-03

bio-bibliog., XIV 550-51

Mario, Alberto:

on Rome, IV 59

Mariolatry:

copied Isis & Venus worship, III 286

evils of, III 286-87

Mariya Fyodorovna, Empress

(1847-1928):

Lavater's letters and, XII 205

Mark:

VIII 46, 179 fn., 265-66 q., 271 & fn.

on casting devils out, IV 389

on faith & damnation, II 365

on forged passages in, VIII 206-07

on Holy Ghost, IX 365 (393)

on Mystery of Kingdom of God, V

333-34

on parables for profane, IX 30 fn.;

XIV 34

on powers of Christians, 111 28

The Mark Lane Express:

Olcott and, III 12

Markham, Sir Clements R. (1830-1916):

- Narratives of the Mission . . . to

Tibet . . .:

IV 10 fn., 35; VI 106 fn.

on Brahmaputra, III 304 & fn.

Desideri quoted in, IV 15 fn.

on First Dalai Lama, IV 13 fn.

on introduction to Buddhism, IV

13-14, 16

on Tibetan Buddhism, XIV 422-23 fn.

bio-bibliog., VI 441

bibliog., III 515; IV 657; XIV 551

Markoff, V.:

letter of, on Commission's work, I

216-17

Markoff, Y.L. (1835-1903):

assailant of spiritists, II 444

on magic in Russia, II 445-46

bio-bibliog., II 444 fn.

Marmontel, Jean F. (1723-1799):

- Blisaire:

censured by Archbishop of Paris, II

367 fn.

Marquette, Dr. L.M.:

I 408, 436

on Theosophical Society Committee, I

246

Marquis of Ripon:

See Ripon, George F.S.R.

Marriage:

Bible & Bishop of Bombay, IV 232 et

seq.

book on divorce &, reviewed, XI

34-42

celibacy & hierarchy of Adepts, IV

515 fn.

continence and, XII 244

cunning priests in India and, IV 128

as licensed vice, XII 244-46

meat & liquor prevent spiritual

development, III 27

mystic meaning of, in Cana, XI

499 ff.

occultism and, IX 256-59

property and, XII 283-84

Spencer on, XII 284

Tolstoy on evil of, XII 244

Marryat, Florence (1837-1899):

- A Daughter of the Tropics:

VIII 99

bibliog., VIII 465

Mars:

Constantine bore standard of, XIV

151

Kartikeya, XIII 160

personified strength, XIV 335

power of mystery-name upon, XIII 33

as Saint Michael, XIV 335

symbolism & glyph of, XIV 151

Marsh, Bishop H. (1758-1839):

IV 234

Marshall, William E.:

- A Phrenologist Among the

Todas:

unreliable, I 353, 354

bibliog., I 497

Martana (Sk.):

rejection of, or Sun, X 401-02

Martens:

on Russia & England in central Asia,

III 75-76

Martin, Rev. W.A.P. (1827-1916):

alchemy in China and, XI 512 (535),

516 (539)

bibliog., XI 581

Martineau, Miss Harriet (1802-1876):

Ram Mohan Roy and, III 56-57

Martineau, Rev. James (1805-1900):

on matter, II 88

on modern men of science, II 88

Martinists:

described, XII 82 fn.

Magicon attributed to, XIV 62 fn.

Martyr(s):

followers of, often become tyrants, IV 33

heirs of, become persecutors, III 471

Lvi on execution of, XIV 31

revealers of mysteries as, XIV 84-85

for truth vilified, XII 29-30

Martyrdom:

of genuine students of Hermeticism, I

127-28

greater, to live than to die for ideal,

IV 603

rare now, I 102

Martyria Tekmēiou (Gk.):

death of Jesus and, IX 180

Maruts:

5 -Pelasgians worship, & other natural

powers, V 301-02

Marvins, Dr.:

I 136

Mary Magdalene:

See Maria Magdalena

Mary, Sister of Martha:

esoterically is Manas, XIII 37

Mary, Virgin:

See Virgin Mary

Marylebone Hospital:

founded by Elliotson, XII 224

Mashalim:

See Proverbs

Maskelyne, John N. (1839-1917):

Cooke &, as magicians, I 274; II 33

a famous conjurer, III 488

on phenomena, III 237

Masonic Review:

VII 257 fn., 260 fn., 262-63, 265; XIV

66 q.

Masonry:

Adepts & Universal, XIII 264

adoptive, I 311, 312

Ashmole as real founder of modern,

XI 176 (184)

based on Kabalah, XIV 66, 123, 168

Cagliostro on true, XII 83

copied Paganism, XI 75

G. Corbyn and, I 281

corpse without Eastern philosophy, I

310

Egyptian Tau and, II 145

Esoteric Section and, XII 497

Gnosticism and, XIII 8

H.P.B. and, I 281, 289, 307 et seq.

Hiram is great hero of, XIV 264-65,

279

Initiation modelled on Lesser

Mysteries, XIV 279

Jesuits have destroyed, XIV 265-67

on lost documents of S. de Lange,

XII 84 fn.

Masonic inch and, XIV 67

the "master-builder," XIV 123, 168

Mystae originated, XI 88

now merely a Benefit Club, XIV 266

Occult, XIV 168-69, 192, 279

offspring of Mysteries, XI 84

originally archaic Gnosticism, XI 71

rite of Initiation, XIV 264-65, 279

rite of Osiris described, XIV 279

Saint-Germain and, XI 175-76 (184)

Scottish, not real, XIV 279

secrets of symbolic, lost, XI 173-76

(181-84)

source of Christian ritualism, XI 84

speculative & archaic, XIV 192

split, XI 24, 72 fn.

Sun in, XIV 281

triple degrees of, XIV 279

triple Tau tradition in, XIV 152

See also Hiram Abiff; Initiation(s);

Mystae

Masons:

Cagliostro and, XII 79-80, 82-84

Egyptian origins forgotten by, XIV

264, 279

of "Grand Orient," XIV 40 fn., 279,

296 fn.

H. Jennings & the, I 126

Jesuits cajoled, XIV 266

Kabalists &, compared, XIV 192

know little of their symbols, XIV 281

libelled & accused by Jesuits, IV

55-60

misuse terms of the Mysteries, XI 172

(180)

order of Ishmael, VII 294 fn.

Principe Crateur of, XI 24

Ragon a chief writer for, XIV 296 fn.

rite of Loge des Amis Runis, XII 82,

84 fn.

should study Theosophy to

understand secrets, XI 76

symbols derived from Cabala, I

130-31

terminology of temples and, XI 89

triple duty of, XIV 279

Vatican persecutes, XII 80

wrong about phallicism of archaic

symbolism, XIV 192

See under Mackenzie, Kenneth R.H.,

Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Masorah:

in altered Hebrew alphabet, XIV

182 fn.

changed meaning in Genesis, XIV 67,

182 fn.

meaning of, cp. to Cabala, VI 320

put in writing in 506 A.D., III 453 fn.

scheme a modern blind, XIV 206 fn.

Masoretic Points:

affect Biblical interpretation, XI 483,

495

altered Sepher Yetzirah, XIV 206 fn.

disguises meaning of Hebrew words,

VII 262 & fn., 263; VIII 155-56

retrenchment of Hebrew and, XIV

180, 182 fn.

See also Hebrew; Hebrew Scriptures

Maspēro, Sir Gaston (1846-1916):

- Les contes populaires de lgypte

ancienne:

among best Egyptian narratives, VII

101 fn.

- Guide du visteur au Muse de

Boulaq:

papyri described in, VII 109

Notes . . . de grammaire et

dhistoire:

on miraculous images made by

Ethiopian priests, VII 102

- Sur la stle de lintronisation . . . :

VII 103

bibliog., VII 382

Mass:

messis, liturgy and, XI 69, 74, 98 et

seq.

relation of, to velocity & energy, IV

316

Masses:

enslavement of, XIV 251

occult teachings and, XII 235, 320

reform of, XIV 251

resurrection of human spirit in, XII

3-4, 121-22

sense intuitionally a "great soul," XII

20

spiritual limitations of, XIV 249

superstition of, XIV 249-51

wretchedness of starving, XII 311

See also Humanity; Mankind

Massey, C.C. (1838-1905):

IV 353

the Brothers and, IV 228

contacts T.S., I 411-13

criticized as Antichristan, VIII 43 fn.

errors of, IV 51-54

extracts of H.P.B.'s letter to, under

fire, I 325-26

H.P.B. reads unopened letter from, I

415

joined Arya Samaj, II 42

Morya on, & T.S., V 330 fn.

questions on Devachan, V 70-73

refused to head English T.S., V

330 fn.

resigns from T.S., I 438; VI 250

Theosophist lawyer in Slade trial, III

20

translates Zllner's work, III 19

The Metaphysical Basis of

Esoteric Buddhism:

a response to Subba Row, VI xxvi

bio-bibliog., I 438, 497-99

Massey, Gerald (1828-1907):

art. in Agnostic Journal, IX 18 rf.

on Atlantis, V 199 fn.

Bible criticism by, VIII 178-79 & fn.,

219

on blood covenanting, VIII 251

on Chrēstos, etc., VIII 186-87 fn.

Egyptian research of, IX 80

on elementals, III 381, 385

on Jesus, VIII 381-82 fn.

Jesus article cited, IV 361 fn.

lectures on Mysteries, etc., VIII 221

Lucifer called Lady of Light by, VIII

139

J. North's sculpture and, X 240

not in T.S., VI 72

traced Jewish revelations, XIV 199

A Book of the Beginnings:

Bible an unmitigated muddle, III 486

reviewed, III 484-86

Lectures:

Elōhim of Genesis, XIV 201-02

on fall of seven Rebel Angels, XIV

200

on "Hebrew & Other Creations," XIV 199

key to Genesis in, XIV 203

on septenary division, XIV 204-05

Seven Watchers as transgressing stars,

XIV 200

- The Natural Genesis:

on cross symbolism, IX 263

- Gnostic and Historic

Christianity":

VIII 183 q.

on mystical & physical Christ, VIII

212 fn.

- "The Hebrew and Other

Creations":

on Golden Calf, VIII 309

on Sun & moon god, VIII 308 fn.

"The Historical Jesus and

Mythical Christ":

VIII 189 fn.

on Amenhotep born of a Virgin, VIII

359 (376-78)

on Apta, VIII 363 (383)

on Orion, birth in cave, etc., VIII 364

(384)

- "Name and Nature of Christ":

on Karest, VIII 188 fn., 196-200

Paul, the Gnostic Opponent of

Peter":

on Christos & Jesus, VIII 176 fn.

- "The Seven Souls of Man":

on Gnosis of the Mysteries, VIII

182 fn.

bio-bibliog., VIII 465-67

bibliog., III 515; VIII 223; IX 444;

XIV 551

Massilians (of So. Gaul):

legends of Aeolians among, V 218

Massinger, Philip (1583-1640):

on malice, XI 418 q.

biog., XI 581

 

 

Master(s):

accuse no man, X 296

advise & influence but never order, V

330 fn.

advise H.P.B. to go to America, XIV

488

affection for good acts not persons, X

139

agents are employed by, X 139

alleged desecration of names of, VI 5

on altruism & being a theosophist, X

69

appearing in kamarupa, I 90

attunement of chela's &, brain, X 266

"banished from Adyar," XII 164

belief in, no article of faith, VII 169

believed in by millions in India, XI

292

Besant on H.P.B., Theosophical

Society and, XIII 117

cardinal condition for intercourse

with, VI 164

chief desire of, XII 159

on Christianity, VII 146-47 fn.

Clement on miracles of, XIII 237

command immense treasures, IX 117

conditions to reach, VII 242

conviction in, strong in Europe &

America, XII 158

counteract intellectual grasp of Sinnett

& Hume, XII 241 fn.

On crucifixion of, XIV 85

cup phenomena of, VI 418-19

on Damodar's visit with, VI 39-40

danger to, in giving out whole

doctrine, IV 539-40

Daniel a, XIII 100 fn.

direct action by, rare, X 270

direct order from, rare, XII 63

distance of student from, VII 175

do not give out all they know, IV 539,

547, 570

do not punish, X 270-71

doubt in existence of, XII 496

doubting wisdom of, VII 245

of Eastern Wisdom, XII 308

elixir of life and, VIII 400

enemies of, VII 242

Esoteric canon and, XIV 12, 85

Esoteric Section and, XIII 115

European, do exist, X 153

on European visit of, XIV 27

excerpts from, writings, VII

146-48 fn., 169-71, 173-75

fable about T.S. and, VII 53-54C

family ties and, VIII 293

fanciful ideas of Hindus on, XII 159

fidelity to, VII 243

First Object of T.S. and, XIII 119

founded T.S. for human service, XIII

117

function of, VIII 401

genuine & pseudo, XI 54

genuineness of, precipitated letters, X

130

go anywhere thought can, X 127

handwriting of, X 269

H.P.B. a chela of, XII 158-59

H.P.B. direct agent of, X 139

H.P.B. made, publicly known, VII 241

H.P.B. meets, bodily, I 3-4

H.P.B. received letters of reproof

from, XII 582, 584-85 q.

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

H.P.B.'s oath concerning, XII 158

help scientists, IX 122-23

hoaxes about, XI 293-94

holy mortals, VII 242

Hopahme is Chief of, XIV 422-23 fn.

how, guard secrets, IX 114

how to win regard of, XII 595-96

immense forces around, X 270

ingratitude not a vice of, X 139

Jesus one of the, VIII 402; X 91

Karma governs even the, VII 243; XII

160-61

Karma limits good, can do, XII 602

Karma punishes one, not the, XII 161

learned in Gupra-Vidya, XII 158

letter from, on true Theosophists, VII

146-48 fn., 169-71

letter on Karma & Theosophists, XI

168-69

letters from, VI 21, 24, 25-28 facs.,

29-30, 119 fn., 123, 124 fn., 259-60

& fns.;

letters from, received by Hume in his

library, VI 312

letters from, to F. Hartmann, VIII

444-51

letters purported from, XII 494

as living ideals, XI 293

living men with abnormal powers, X

142; XI 159

Mahatmas & Jivanmuktas, XII 159

on man in Third Round, VII 69

met by some Theosophists, VI 216

Mysteries of Wisdom and, VIII 157

name alone does much for India, XII

158-61

names of, desecrated, X 10; XI 211,

293

no need for transmutation, IX 117

not a "premium" for best-behaved

Theosophists, VII 245

not infallible, VII 148; X 132

not "Spirits," X 142; XIII 134

Occult law & revelation by, XIV 85

& fn.

Olcott believed in, despite S.P.R.

charges, XII 163

on Olcott's authority, X 139-40

on Olcott's relations with, X 139 fn.

oneness with fellow-workers required

by helpers of, XII 154

one's best effort will please, XII 154, 505

only, & Karma judge E.S. members,

XII 495

orders of, never go against universal

principles, XII 63

orders Voice of the Silence for

Esotericists, XII 505

are Pagans, IX 357 fn. (385 fn.)

petition to, for Inner Group, VI

250-56

portrait by Harrisse, I 407, 435

portraits of, painted without seeing

them, VI 311

Pranayama exercises opposed by, XII

615

precipitate letters, VIII 397-99

present when de Palm's ashes cast

into sea, I 421

probation and, VII 243

rarely communicate on this plane, XII

492

rarely found in lamaseries, XIV 423

real Founders of T.S., VII 157; VIII

345 fn.; X 154

real names of, never revealed, X 126

refuse to interfere with Karma, VII 249

relation to H.P.B., XI 309-10

residence of, Chief, XIV 423 fn.

responsible for new disciples, IX

155-56, 285-86

reverence for, XII 492

role of, in production of S.D., X 140

saves H.P.B. from death, VII 248

on Siddhis of, XII 158

silvery bell sounds and, VI 164

subservient to laws, VII 242

take advantage of every opportunity,

VI 145

teachings of, H.P.B.'s only authority,

XI 464-65

The Theosophist under control of, II

83

on T.S. appealing to fashionable

society, XII 60-63

Theosophical Society members

observed by, IV 557

try to help humanity, XIV 139, 252-53

on Universal Brotherhood, X 78

versed in original teachings by Divine

men, XI 467

voice of, heard by Billing, I 427

we must rise to, XII 492

who were the original, XIII 236-37

will interfere in future to curb evil, IX

113

wishes of, & authority, XIII 119 & fn.

work to establish right doctrine &

action, IX 115

- Some Words on Daily Life:

VII 173-75

See also Adepts; Brotherhood, The;

Brothers; Hilarion; Initiates; Koot

Hoomi; Mahatma(s); Morya;

Narayan; Serapis etc.

Master K.H.:

See Koot Hoomi

Master M.:

See Morya

Matariwan [Sk. Matarivan]:

aerial being, VIII 143 fn.

Materia Medica, Indian:

Western science knows little of, II 199

Materialism:

advaneement in, no sign of progress,

IX 100

age of crass, passing away, XII 2,

121-22

anthropomorphism as source of, IX

168

Aryan philosophy will stern, II 381

based on chips of Theosophy, XIII 84

bigoted clergy main cause of, IV 326

breakdown of, XII 140-41, 146, 148

brutal foot of, XII 1-2

Butleroff on, VII 79-80

consequence of Churches, VIII 277

cultured classes honeycombed with,

VII 79

definition, IX 244

dogmas and, VIII 209

fall into, XIV 40, 289-90

giving out esoteric doctrine and, X

153

Idealism &, both negate spirit, VIII

94 et seq.

insanities of, VIII 182

intellect and, III 104

Karma, Reincarnation and, IX 103-04

Locke's thinking matter and, VII 30

makes of Kosmos a tomb, VII 80

mediumistic phenomena and, XII 122

mind and, VIII 94

Nihilism in Russia and, II 360

on our century of, XIV 352

of Patristic Theology XIII 78

pessimism wedded to, VIII 110

of present mankind, XIV 290

pronouncements of, VIII 328-29, 339

rainbow a symbol of hope for arid,

XI 120-21 (134)

reform of, needs Theosophy &

wisdom of Orient, XI 121 (134)

rejects intelligent principle in Nature,

IV 167

religion cannot cope with increasing,

IX 70-71

result of blind faith, VIII 207

riddles of nature insoluble to, XIII

142

of science, VII 25, 71; XI 408; XII

133-35, 144-45; XIII 138-40, 154-56

scientific & religious, XIII 93

Secularism and. XI 409 fn., 439

of Secularism & Buddhism, IV 173

sorting its pebbles, III 50

as soul-killing Science, XIII 154

as spiritual blindness, XI 505 (528)

Spiritualism and, I 73; XII 124-25

struggle between mysticism &,

approaching, XI 117 (131)

Theosophical Society as ark against

deluge of, XI 246 (282)

Theosophy alone can save world

from, XIII 175

will not gain upper hand, XI 117 (131)

worst enemy of Theosophy, VIII 298

See also Anthropomorphism;

Materialist(s)

Materialism, Agnosticism and

Theosophy:

on Prof. Holden & nebulae, XII

327 fn.

Materialist(s):

brain of, partly atrophied, X 223

evolution and, I 228-31

Occultists are, IV 307 fn.

as Sadducees, IV 326

Theosophists' quarrel with, VIII 330

transcendentalists and, IV 308 fn.

Materialization(s):

agency of, III 392-93, 395

of animals, VI 199

medium's kama-rupa and, III 347

merely a fata morgana, IV 484 (487)

nature & types of, I 266-67; XII 706

objective, & shells, IV 344

out of Cosmic unmanifested matter,

III 380, 474

of phantoms not spirits of dead, VII

187

portrait-figures as sense deceptions

and, II 396

reflect image of Spiritualists present,

VI 222

role of elementaries in, I 285-86

role of H.P.B. in, at the Eddy's, I 35

a shadow, VII 187, 229

Spiritual, ace. to Kabalists & H.P.B., I

283

See also Elementaries; Kama-rupa;

Mediumship; Sances; Shells;

Spiritualism

Maha (Sk.):

VIII 143 fn.

pramantha and, IX 261

Maha(s) (Sk.):

Kudali, V 185

Kumbakonam, & Sankara's date, V

185

Monasteries of Vedantists, XII 345 fn.

a monastery is called, or matham, V

179

Mahadhipatis (Sk.):

followers of Sankara, V 179

Mathami (Sk.):

Svastika & word, VIII 143 fn.; IX 261

Mathan:

Magian High Priest, III 212 et seq.

Mathematicians:

Occultism's 7 dimensions of space

and, XII 411

Mathematics:

backbone of Occult Cosmogony, XIV

8, 62-63

Bible displays pure, XIV 193

Central Point symbolizes the One,

XIV 241 fn.

Divine, synonym for Magic, XIV

66-67

of Hindu secret cycles, XIV 353-54,

357-68

means Gnosis or Esoteric Science,

XIV 35, 66

precision of, glorified, XIV 227

in Pythagorean code, XIV 35, 62

Soul and, XIV 10fn.

squaring of circle and, XIV 208 fn.

of systems of measurement, XIV 67,

91-92

"True" vs. common, XIV 62-63

Western religion based on, XIV 92,

137-38, 157-59

See also Geometrical Figures;

Geometrical Symbols; Number(s) etc.

Mathers, S.L. MacGregor (1854-1918):

on Elōhim, XIV 210, 214

on Genesis, XIV 210

on Sepher Yetzirah, XIV 214-15

on Sephirothal Tree, VIII 154

- The Kabbalah Unveiled [tr]:

VII 270; Vill 99, 141 & fn., 143

& fn., 147, 150, 152, 153 q., 156 q.,

157

on "Catholic" version of 1st words of

Genesis, VIII 156 & fn.

on symbolic Tree, VIII 153 & fn.

on Tetragrammaton, Vill 145, 149,

150, 151, 152

bibliog., VIII 467-68; XIV 551

Mathra Spenta:

or "Holy Word," XIIl 127

Mathura:

or Matarea & Jesus, V 238-39 fn.

Matimbas:

Akkas, Kimosas, Bushin as "missing

links," III 42

Matouan-lin:

V 259

Matri-padma (Sk.):

germ and, X 353

or mother lotus, X 350

Matritensis:

Nuns of, worship Jehudiel, X 29

Matrix:

cosmic, of earth, VII 227 fn.

Matsya (Sk.):

first Avatara, III 188 fn.

Matsya-Purana:

lists Nanda & Morya dynasties, V 258

on reigning Moryas, VI 40

text of, falsified, V 258

bibliog., V 366; VI 426

Matter:

an aggregation of forces, XIV 413-14

animated by latent principle, VIII 50

(72)

baptism with, VIII 117

Bernard on, XII 413

both sexes in primordial, X 355

is "Bride" of Tetragrammaton, Vill

147-48

Buddhi is essence of, V 172

chasm between mind and, XII 409,

413

"cloaca maxima" of, XIII 197 fn.

co-eternalized with Spirit, XIV 415

on composition of, XIII 141 & fn.

consciousness and, IX 12

Cosmic, end for annihilated soul, III

293 In.

Cosmic, & materializations. III 474

Cosmic, & 6-pointed star, III 315

Cosmic, or Prakriti, III 405 fn.

crystallized ether, X 370

on "dead," of Science, XIV 414-15

definition, VI 126

descent of Spirit into, V 174 diag.

dissipation of objective, IV 421

Dragon symbol of, XIII 56-59

as Duad, III 318

duty of man to liberate himself from,

XI 40

electricity beyond Radiant, IV 223-24

electricity latent within, IV 225

eternal, & destruction of man, V

317 fn.

eternal in essence, IX 62

Ether and, VI 192

Ether's relation to Spirit and, X 384

Evil &, are eternal, III 299 fn.; IV

420-21; VIII 112

evil is coval with, separated from

Spirit, XII 637

extremely dense, surrounds us, V 152

fall of spirit into, VIII 367 (386)

or female element & cross, II 145

fifth state of, V 148

Fire & Motion, XIV 87

five states of, XIII 67-68

Force &, are one, Vill 317; IX 14;

XIII 88

fourth sense of, VII 90

fourth state of, IV 220, 223; V 145

as horizontal diameter, XIII 17

Humanity helping, to ascend, XIII 98

or Hylē, XIII 22, 50

indestructible as an element, VI 111

indestructible, or Svabhavat, IV 226,

563, 567

infinite divisibility of, X 371

invisible, & Haha Yoga powers, IV 31

Jehovah rules, XIV 160-61

life is not a property of, XII 413

man & the Absolute, IV 195

manifest, & Spirit are distinct, IX 55

as manifestation of unknown

Substance, VIII 95

as manifestation of Will, XIV 414

manifests Spirit, IV 298

Mind and, IX 11-16

mind, & illness, X 287

is Mulaprakriti & Svabhavat, XIV 234

nature of, & Force, IV 208 et seq.

never annihilated only dispersed, XIV

420

not sufficient for true science, VII 56

noumenon of, VIII 317, 324

numerical demonstrations of, & spirit,

XIV 63, 97, 99

observation of celestial, altered by

atmosphere, X 374

old teachings on, XIII 87

Omega & representation as, XIII 54

One Life &, eternal, IV 452

organic & inorganic, IV 225

Parabrahm inseparable from, XI 468

particles transmigrate, III 385

passed through all forms, IX 239

passage of, through, III 16-17; VII

89-90

periodical manifestations of, IX 62

Pessimists & primordial, VIII 119-20

Pistis-Sophia & fallen, XIII 50

Pistis-Sophia's descent into, & ascent

from, XIII 60-62

planes of, domination, XIII 57

Planetary Spirits concerned with, X

341

Plērōma Chart & primordial, XIII

15-16

in pralaya, IX 74 & fn.

pre-existing, & creator, III 380 fn.

primeval, & "war in heaven," X 372

on primordial, XIV 233-34

primordial, & illusion, IX 241

productive mother, X 355

"Protyle" as homogeneous, X 306

pure, is pure Spirit, X 383

as purgation of fire, III 315

real, or substance, XI 506 (529)

relation to infinitude & spirit, IV 316

represented by the duad, XIV 99

roots of, don't exist but are eternally,

XI 119-20 (133)

seductions of, XIII 50 & fn.

seven aspects of virgin, XIII 75

seven stages of, IV 220, 224, 602 fn.

seven states of, V 23 (52); X 366

seventh state of, & 7th principle, IV

558

sexless, X 353

shadow of light, II 8 (19)

six states of, VII 291 fn.

solar system's, differs from other

systems, X 374

Spirit co-existent with, IV 297-98

Spirit conquers, in the end, XIII 128

Spirit & Force, IV 307 fn., 310

Spirit & Motion, IX 98

as substance entangles "spirit," VI 176

as substance is eternal, XII 556

triangle of, XIII 18

true, & 4th Round, X 186 fn.

two properties of, XIII 88-89

ultimate nature of, V 74

ultra refined states of, IV 223

undifferentiated primordial, X 352-53

union with Spirit, XIII 268, 354-55

unity beyond veil of, XIII 70

unity or crystallized spirit, IV 104

universe called forth out of pre-

existing, I 268

universe made by 7 "Gods" from

eternal, XIV 217

unmanifested, as chaos, III 379-80

is unreal, III 62

in Valentinian system, XIII 16

vehicle of life, IX 80

vehicles of, more dense further away

from Spirit, XIII 71

of visible & invisible worlds, IV 173

wall about the soul, II 471

Will and, II 76

world of absolute, III 296 fn.

yielding to Force, IV 310

See also Atom(s); Force; Hylē;

Materialism; Mulaprakriti; Prakriti;

Primordial; Protyle; Spirit & Matter;

Substance

Matter, Prof. A. Jacques (1791-1864):

- Histoire Critique du

Gnosticisme:

on Egyptian Pantheon, XIII 29 fn.

shows Oriental influence on Plato &

Pythagoras, XIV 15 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 392-93

bibliog., XIV 551

- Odes of Solomon:

are canonical, not false, XIII 51

Matteucci, Carlo (1811-1868):

Volta and, III 22

Matthew, Saint:

duty of writing about Jesus, XIII

46-47

Gospel by, & Jerome, IX 203 fn.

(225 fn.)

Jerome distrusted Gospel of, XIV

159-60

true Gospel of, unknown to world,

XIV 149

wished to keep his evangel secret, XIV

149

wrote in Hebrew, XIV 149 fn.

Matthew:

VIII 46, 159 fn., 172 & fns-, 271 fn.,

291 fn., 297; IX 346 (374); XIII 76;

XIV 34, 108

Quoted: VIII 159 fn., 172 & fns., 173,

264, 292, 344, 346; IX 5 fn., 84,

142, 149, 150, 179, 182, 183, 188,

190, 357 fn. (385 fn.), 365 (393), 369

(397); X 26; XI 81, 84, 197, 486;

XII 210, 279, 291, 393

on adultery, IV 236

on calling a brother "fool," II 53

on casting pearls before swine, XIV

35

Church fears original, XIV 159-60

contradicts Ten Commandments, X

245

final words of Jesus distorted, XIV

146-48, 159

Greek & Hebrew MSS. ep., XIV 146,

149 fn., 150

Jerome on original Gospel of, VIII

214-15, 235-37

Jerome perverted original, IV 241;

XIV 129 fn., 149-50 & fns.

Jesus' words from Pagan rites, XIV

148

on justice, XIII 75

on master & disciple, III 335

on mysteries, XI 237 (273)

original, in Hebrew, IV 238-42

on peacemakers, XIII 163

on pearls & swine, XI 221 (257), 293

on perfection of Christians, XIV

56 fn.

on whited sepulchres, IV 74

Matzebah:

definition, VII 231

Maudsley, Dr. H. (1835-1918):

- Body and Mind:

V 77 & fn.

bibliog., V 378

Maurice, Thomas (1754-1824):

- Indian Antiquities:

V 179-80

on astronomical monuments, XP V 359

bio-bibliog., XIV 551-52

bibliog., V 378

Maury, Louis F.A. (1817-1892):

XIV 112

- Histoire des religions de la Grce

antique . . . . :

VII 121 fn.

on Homer, XIII 227 fn.

- La Terre et l'Homme:

on Neptune's rotary motion, XIV

228 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 382; XIV 552

Mauryan (Moriyan):

dynasty in India, VI 40-41

Mavalankar, Damodar (1857-?):

Adeptship possible for, XII 159-60

on annihilation of man, V 25 fn.

(54 fn.)

astral travel to Adyar, VI 69-71

chela of Brothers, IV 230; V 25 fn.

(54 fn.)

Eglinton same age as, III 503

few like, X 185 fn.

joins T.S., II 83

Judge and, I 475

leaves for Tibet, VI xli; XI 552

London "Inner Group" and, XII 479

Masters' called, XII 158

on Masters' weakening influence at

Adyar, XII 163

private letter of Olcott to, published,

II 489 & fn.

psychic powers of, VI 71

on Subba Row's reaction to revealing

Teachings, V 134

urges H.P.B. to return to India, XII

163

- "A Great Riddle Solved":

on stay in Masters' Ahrama, VI

39-40

bibliog., VI 21, 39

May, Henry de (?-1871):

- L'Univers visible et invisible:

VIII 347

bibliog., VIII 468

Maya (Sk.):

II 464; VIII 305

AHIH & IHVH are, VIII 143

allegory of Universal, XIV 408 & fn.

animal resurrections and, VII 27

astral light and, X 356-57

Avatara is a special, XIV 373

Avidya &, hide true Self, XII 114-15

Buddhist trinity of, XIV 419 & fn.

Buddhist view of, IV 173

curtains of, must be torn away, VI

264

deceits of, XI 198

definitions, VI 206; X 326-28

doctrine of, IX 139

"Doctrine of the Eye" is, XII 236

duality of Manvantaric, is real, IX 16

eternity and, XI 475

is finite & transitory, X 42 fn.

as great illusion, X 379

human, & after death conditions, VI

102

humanity in masks of, XIII 71

idea in Christian Science, X 34

as illusion of senses, III 328

or illusion shown by duad, XIV 99

individual soul or Jivan and, IV

536-37, 582

light as, XI 487

mesmeric, & phenomena, IV 359

motion relating to, XIV 419-20

nature of sun and, XI 232 (268)

necessary evil, VIII 111

Nirvana is, X 311

Nirvani annihilates, XIV 420

objective idealism and, VIII 95

old age and, II 465

Parabrahman & vara, IV 194, 425;

XI 476

perceptions and, VII 350

of physical body, VI 240

of physical suffering, XII 239

of "Planetary Spirits," IV 590

psycho-physiological, IV 174

relation of, to Maia & Mary, III

187 fn., 188-89 fn.

Schopenhauer's views and, IV 491

or Sea of Illusion, XII 58

selfishness and, VI 243-44

of separateness, X 395

spirit & matter distinct only as a, XI

336

Spirit only is no, XIV 420

Tetraktys and, III 318

of theism, VI 10 fn.

on transcending world of, XII 538

Universal Unity and, IX 167

vice &, in chelaship, IV 612-13

world as, XI 346, 349

See also Illusion; Mahamaya

Mayavi-Rupa(s) (Sk.):

IV 593

Adept forms, from Auric Body, XII

527

of Adept in Gnosticism, XIII 30

Adept's will and, X 224

of Adepts described, :V 81 fn., 289-90;

XIV 375-77

after death, X 219, 261

appearance of, at death, VI 138

condensed, is possible, IV 53

death and, III 376

definition, X 219

dual potential of, X 219

evocation of, in sleep, X 262

highest principles, V 148

illusion or astral body, VII 188, 202

as illusive "I," IV 582

Kama-rupa and, IV 53; VI 178-79

manasic body, XII 707

nature of, XI I, 526, .608,, 705

on projection of, II 443-44; IV 145,

192, 566; XII 706-07

thought-power of, after death, X 220

Mayer, A.M. (1836-1897):

- The Earth a Great Magnet:

I 244

bibliog., I 499

The Mayfair Gazette:

on Abdul Ghafur, 1 374-75

Mayo, R.S. Bourke, 6th Earl of

(1822-1872):

II 28

murder of, I 370

biog., I 499

Mayo, Dr. W.S. (1811-1895):

- Kaloolah:

on harmonics of smell, IV 178-79

bio-bibliog., IV 657-58

Mazdao:

of Ahura Mazda, IV 99

Mazdean(s):

borrowed from Indian religions, XIV

323

Brother-powers of the, XIII 123

religious allegory of, XIII 123-33

had triple Sun, XIV 322

have two religions, XIII 126

See also Magians; Zoroastrians

Mazzini, Giuseppe (1805-1872):

IV 55

on masonry, IV 59

monument to, & H.P.B., I 390-91

(391-92)

Mme. Ragozhin on Nihilists and, III

160

on revolution & free Church, IV 57

McClellan, David:

Mason, I 309

McTaggart, W.B. (?-1919):

- An Examination . . . of the

Hylo-Idealistic Philosophy:

VIII 97

bibliog., VIII 464

Mead, G.R.S. (1863-1933):

Blavatsky Lodge and, XI 482

claims he edited most of H.P.B.'s

work, XIV xxxix

collaboration of, XIII 135, 176, 204

on contents of S.D. III, XIV xxxvii-XI

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

264

on Pistis-Sophia, XIII 2-5

"Preliminary Explanations" and, XII

499-500

Sec'y. of European Section, XII 331

on Transactions of Blavatsky Lodge,

X 299-300

- Apollonius of Tyana:

Compiler on, III 175 fn.

- Did Jesus Live 100 BC.?:

VIII 381 fn.

- Fragments of a Faith Forgotten:

on his pistis-Sophia commentary, XIII 4

- Pistis-Sophia:

H.P.B. commented on, Vill 238-39;

XII 150

- "The Sibyl and her Oracles":

VIII 228

- "The Sibyllists and the

Sibyllines":

VIII 228

bio-bibliog., XIII 393-97

bibliog., III 175 fn., 515; VIII 468

Measures:

Bible & system of, VII 293-94

occult source of, & archaic

monuments, VII 292 et seq.

See also Geometrical Figures;

Number(s); Pi; Skinner, J.R.

Meat:

early Christians did not eat, VII 17-18

eaters of, more violent than

vegetarians, VII 12-13

injurious to good health, XI 153

See also Vegetarianism

Medhurst, Walter H. (1796-1857):

on Chinese spirits, II 176-77

- A Dissertation on the Theology

of the Chinese . . .:

on man's principles, IV 243

bio-bibliog., IV 658

bibliog., II 536

Media (Anc. Persian province):

Bactria and, III 456

 

Mediator(es):

of ancient days, I 299-300

conscious, & mediums, I 295, 363

(367)

of Cyprian not mediums, XIV 165

& fn.

in Druse hierarchy, III 184

in Lamaism, III 185

Medical Faculty of Paris:

investigated Mesmer, II 276

Medical Practice:

abuses Hippocratic oath through

hypnotism, XII 225-26

Medicine:

ancient, of India, II 199

faculties of, & sorcery, IX 253

Greeks & Indian, V 241

homeopathy & allopathy will be used

in, IV 319

illusions & quackery of orthodox, IV

200-01

judicial, & houen, VII 205

legal & unorthodox, IV 73 et seq.

payment policy in Chinese, II 189

profession of, prejudiced & unjust, IV