Volume XV

 

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Naaseni:

an Adamas, XIII 35

received teachings from Mariamne,

XIII 36-37

school of Ophites, XIII 35

teaching on the Exodus, XIII 37

Nabang Lob-Sang [ag-dban-bLo-bzan]

(1617-1682):

Fifth Dalai Lama, IV 12 fn.; XIV 428 fn.

Tashi Lama and, IV 12 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 559

Nabathaea:

Ebionites and, IV 239

Nabatheans:

of Lebanon, XIII 228

secret Kabalistic documents of, IV 265

Nabhachakra [Sk. Nabhichakra]:

Sakti in, III 409

"spirit" knows nothing of, IV 176

Nabi:

Nazars and, XI 220 (256)

Nachapunaravarti (Sk.):

declaration at death, prevents return

of soul, VI 190

Nachmanides, Moses (1194-1270):

on passage in Genesis, VII 261 fn.;

XIV 67

bio-bibliog., VII 385

bibliog., XIV 558

Naden, C. (pseud. of Caroline Woodhill,

1858-1889):

goes to India to learn Occultism, IX

140-41

- The New Gospel of Hylo-

Idealism:

reviewed, VIII 305

- What is Religion?:

VIII 33 fn., 131-32 q.

on the Ego, VIII 97-98

bio-bibliog., VIII 470

Nai-Grantham (Sk.):

records of men's lives and, IV 399-400

Nais (Sk.):

medula oblongata and, XII 616

niddhis and, IV 166

spinal column and, XII 701

Naga:

King of Patala, II 79

tribe, II 318

Naga(s) (Sk.):

or Anata as Eternity symbol, XIV 284

Aryan, V 223

Asuras and, X 372

of Buddhists are superior beings, XIV

285

Church degrades, to tempter, XIV 284

as Hindu spirits, VI 194

Initiation legend and, XIV 284, 435

Sesha-, as Vishnus couch, XIV 284

or Vasuki in Hindu Pantheon, XIV 284

veiled name for Initiates, XIV 435

Nagarjuna (fl. 120 B.C.):

authored contemplative school in

China, XIV 449

Bodhidharma and, XIV 449

Chinese allegory about, XIV 435-36

driven from India by Brahmans, XIV

285

an Initiate, XIV 285, 435

Mahayana school of, XIV 434-35, 449

received Sutras from Adepts, XIV 285

taught same secret doctrine as

Gautama, XIV 435

bio-bibliog., XIV 558

Nagasena (fl. 2nd C. B.C.):

defines Nirvana, XIV 374, 416

Nagual:

chief sorcerer in Mexico, II 318

Nagy, Joseph (1804-1849):

- Mmoire sur le systmze solaire:

on light, XIV 225-26

Nahash:

Hebrew word for serpent, XI 512

(535)

Naiden:

writing characters, VI 373

Naidu, P.I.:

on three kinds of Karma, XI 144

Naimittika Pralaya (Sk.):

follows Brahma Kalpa, XI 468

Naljor [Tib. rNal-'byor]:

sinless man, XII 634

Naljor-chod-pa [Tib. rNal-'byor

spyod-pa]:

Yogacharya school of Buddhism, XIV

450

Naljor-ngonsum [Tib. rNal-'byor-

mnon-sum]:

meditation by self-perception, XIV

438-39

Name(s):

of Akaa, XIII 75

ancient, of Sun, XIV 270-71

Biblical, closer to Physiology than

Religion, XIV 61-62

of Biblical God, XIV 188

Christ Jesus, XIII 78

of Creators, XIV 217 & fn.

for days of week, XIV 350

of highest Egyptian Hierophant, XIV

288

incommunicable, XI 174 (182)

Ineffable, XIII 31, 41

Ineffable, in every heart, XIV 131

influence of, in life, IX 45

loss of, & age in discipleship, VIII

195 fn.

of Mikael & Michael. XIV 338

as Motion, XIII 41

power of a, VIII 5

real, of Adepts & Occult Schools

never revealed, X 126

of seven angels, XIV 315 fn.

of seven Elōhim, XIV 202

of seven Kumaras, XIV 329 fn.

seven, of Sephirah, XIV 189

of seven worlds of Kosmos, XIV 209

Silence of Great, XIII 54

of' the One, XIV 310

See also Mystery Names

Namur Nor, Lake:

Sambhala and, III 421, 422 fn.

Nana Sahib (or Dandhu Panth)

(1825?-1860?):

allegedly exhibited in a cage, II 293

led reprisals on English, I 275

still alive, I 337

Nanak (1469-1539):

Buddhism and, III 179

Druses and, III 177

Sikhs and, I 372

16th representative of, III 60

See also Sikhs

Nanda, King:

supported Buddhist Council, V 257

Nanda Dynasty:

V 258

Nankin:

Porcelain tower of, XI 359

Naphtha:

Mithra provided, II 127

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821):

ablutions of, XII 276

abolished Inquisition, XIV 104

alleged reincarnation as Gambetta, IV

391-92

brain of, IV 509

candles and, VII 115

downfall of, XII 384-85

earthly hero, XIV 381

sacrificed masses of men, II 515

as "Solar myth," VI 215

world at "armed peace" since, XIV

356

Naquet, Alfred J. (1834-1916):

- Rvlation antique . . .:

on mesmerism, II 279-81

bio-bibliog., lI 537

Nara (Sk.):

the Great Deep, XIV 244

Nara &, Supreme Spirit, XIV 244

Narada:

II 464

a founder of the Mysteries, XIV 286

Hari-ashvas and, XIV 286

an Initiate, XIV 285-86

one of the 7 ishis, XIV 286

on Patala, XIV 285

prototype for Archangel Mikael, XIV

286

refused marriage in Krishna's time, XIV 286

ishi & Vaidic author, XIV 285

son of Brahma, XIV 285-86

symbolism of, VIII 148 fn.-49 fn.

Naraka (Sk.):

metaphorical meaning of, IX 136

Narasapatnam Mrs. (India):

Chendry hid in, before mutiny at

Rumla, II 295

Narayan, Swami:

original thinker, II 209

Narayan[a] Temple:

Sankara's message about, on copper

plate in, II 121

Narayana (Sk.):

a form of Vishnu, XIV 317

fructifies Mundane Egg, XIV 241

as unmanifested Logos, X 313

Self-created Logos, XIV 218 fn.

seventh Principle of solar system, IV 336

sexless "mover on the waters," XIV

79, 187 fn., 241, 317

undifferentiated Space, XII 555

Narayan[a] (or Tirivellum Mahatma):

on "Greeks & Romans," V 135-36

"leaves watch" to Sahib, I 414, 420

letter from, I 438

message from, I 439

Olcott calls, "old horse," I 429, 439

sends Chela to visit Olcott, V 137

signature of, in Diary, I 431, 32,

439-40

symbol of, I 426

The Theosophist and, II 83

wrote part of Replies . . . , V 134,

135-36

Narayana Upanishad:

mantram in, V 288 bibliog., V 366

Narcissus:

VIII 20 fn.

Narcotics:

esoteric meaning of, in scripture, XIII

316-17

prevent function of third eye, XII 496

Naros (Neros):

first secret cycle, XIV 359

Saros and, III 150

transformations of the, XIV 359-60

See also Saros

Nasa (Sk.):

dead matter, IV 506, 508

Nasals:

in Sanskrit, II 120

Nasht Patrika (Hindi):

branch of astrology, III 310

Nasmyth, James (1808-1890):

sunspots and, XI 232 (268)

willow-leaf theory of, V 159-60

Nasr-Allah [al-Nasir? 1284-1340]:

Druse sacred books and, III 177 fn.

Nasr-ed-Din:

as title, I 371

Nastika(s) (Sk.):

definition, XI 372

hatred of Brahmins for Buddhist, IX

130-31

H.P.B. called a, IV 335-36, 474

implies atheistical, V 33 (61)

pre-Buddhistic, as Atheists, XI 427

Nasus (Sk.):

elementals, VI 340

Nathalie, Queen:

Milan and, X 83-88, 189 et seq.

mistreatment of, X 83-88

Nation(s):

altered by small events too, XII

384-85

horrible crime in modern, XIII 188

involved in slave trade & opium, XIII

188-89

so-called Christian, XIII 188

unknown to history, I 104

National Congress of India:

Theosophical Society and, XI 394

National Reformer:

IV 172, 368; XI 336, 339, 409 fn., 412

Besant on 3 objects of T.S. &

Pantheism, XI 334

Bradlaugh on Theosophy, XI 332-33

Nationalist Movement:

is Theosophy applied, XII 155-56

Nationality:

lost when aping occurs, XIII 186

"Native Volunteers":

Indian movement, IV 454-55

De Natura Deorum:

See Cicero, Marcus T.

Natural Selection:

Grant Allen on, XII 251

inadequate doctrine of, X 388

Naturalism:

definition, III 277

Nature:

abortion a crime against, V 107-08;

VII 178-79, 182

abstract, in Kabala, IX 64

Adept alone can communicate with

intelligence of, III 294

Adepts servilely copy, VI 119 fn.

aggregate sound of, III 434

on alchemy of concrete, VII 75

all in, has special purpose, IV 502

altruism merges one with laws of, V

340-41

ancients revered, XIII 189, 311

Aryan & Jewish veils of, XIV 62

axiom on God and, XIV 97

basis of Schelling's, philosophy, XIII

311

brain is organ of sensuous, XIV 52

Butleroff on, VII 75

celestial Host creators of visible, XIV

216

clockwork guided by immutable laws,

III 150

concrete & abstract, XIV 10 fn.

co-workers with, for destruction, XII

638

definition, IX 168

divine Beings do exist in, XIV 63

divine forces grafted on, XIV 164 fn.

Divine Spirit in, XIII 154, 189, 309-11

does not arise from a void, XIV

243 fn.

does not proceed by jumps, III 282

dual, XIV 17

Egyptian symbolism, XIII 75

elementals &, -worship, II 259-60

Elōhim are forces of, XIV 184

endowed with living Intelligences, XIV

226

ever struggling towards perfectibility,

XII 583

everything in, triune, III 313

expansive force of, III 424

facts of, VIII 50 (73)

freaks of, II 192-94

general objective followed by, IX 400E

greatest mystery of, XIV 142

grinds material particles, III 385

how to become co-worker with, III

297

identified with Deity, IX 58 fn.

illusion of senses and, XI 213 (249)

immaculate cp. with art, XIII 189

impressions of, conditioned by senses,

VII 75

inanimate or animate, XII 139-40

inner, reflected inner man, V 355

intelligent principle in, III 294; IV 167

laws of, IX 58 fn.

laws of, basis on which Life works,

IV 453; V 339

magic is Philosophy, XIV 25

Mahatma incapable of violating laws

of, V 339

mantras & knowledge of, IX 252

merging with Mother-, gives true

happiness, V 341

on metaphysics of concrete, VII 75

middle, III 313, 314

monotheism & polytheism both in,

XIV 373

moral, of man needs refreshment, IV

296

Mother-, & Virgin Goddesses, XI 97

motion of, V 340

never proceeds backwards or stops, II

20; VII 183

no dead matter in, V 112

no impassable walls in, VII 87

numerical values and, VII 292

occult, & second brain, XIII 347

occult, based on vibrations, VIII 333

Occult Science and, XIV 64, 226

Occult Sciences & kingdoms of

material, IX 252

Occultist a beneficent force in, IX 254

is One, VIII 50 (72)

outer skin of, deceives fools, XI 507

(530)

Pan or, figured as Baphomet or

Satan, IV 263

perfect justice in, VIII 299

personified as Virgin, XIV 292 & fn.

polarity in, III 298

potencies of, dormant until disturbed,

IV 31

powers of, conquered, XIII 57

prevents life from receding, III 283

process of, V 116, 340-41

provides antidote against moral

poisons, I 380

repeats itself, V 338

sacrificed by civilized man, XIII 181,

189

Science "powerless" vs., XIV 10 fn.

on secrets of, I 102, 108; III 150, 459

secrets of, can be murderous, XIV

104-05

septenary, IV 224

seven forces of, listed, XII 620

seven kingdoms of, infused by 7

Hierarchies, XII 567

-spirits, III 477

as Svabhavat & bi-polar, IV 226

Theosophy is metaphysics of, VIII 54

(76)

three positive & 3 negative states of,

X 375

tries again, VII 182

true morality is oneness with, V 341

Truth will overcome secretive, X 231

two-sided, IX 400F

unbiased study of, reveals truth, XIV

249, 466

unity of, X 166-67

use & abuse of, XIII 181

See also Pan; Pantheism

La Nature:

on color-sounds, VII 63

Nature (London):

on sacred tree near Kumbum, IV 350

on smell, IV 177-79

on Szechenyi's expedition, IV 349

Tyndall on Radiant Heat, III 103

Whymper on living at high altitudes,

III 140-41 & fn.

Nautch Girls:

temple virgins, 11 118; V 244

Nautchis (Nachnis):

Galli and, XI 77

Nava Nidhi (Sk.):

levitation and, IV 31

Navel:

center of Kamic consciousness, XII

695

generative organs and, XII 699

Nazar (or Nazir):

See Nazarenes

Nazaratus:

Zoroaster called Assyrian, III 451

& fn.

Nazarene, The:

See Jesus

Nazarenes (or Nazars):

allegory of Jesus' life, XIV 160-61

a class of Chaldaean Theurgists, XIV

123

copy of original Matthew in library

of, VIII 214

existed ages before Christ, III 451 fn.

a Gnostic fraternity, VIII 186, 361

(379)

have original Gospel of Matthew, IV 238

Initiates &, wisest of Jews, VIII 308

Jesus a, VIII 357 (374); XIV 123,

148-49, 154, 160, 162

John of Apocalypse a, IX 210 (232)

John the Baptist a, III 451 fn.; IV

265; IX 210 (232)

Joshua the, & Jesus, VIII 215

as Kabalistic Gnostics, XIV 150

Kabalistic meaning of letters in word,

IX 210 fn. (232 fn.)

long hair worn by, IV 503

Nabi and, XI 220 (256)

Nazareth means out of sect of, XI

498

Paul one of the, at first, 1X 209 (231);

XIV 123

Peter a, XIV 127

root of term, defined, III 451 fn.

sect of adepts, III 451 fn.

true followers of Christ, XIV 83, 121

Nazca (Peru):

old ruins at, II 332

Neander, Johann (1789-1850):

on woman, XII 271

Neapolitans:

once picturesque, XIII 183

Nearchus (fl. 4th C. B.C.):

V 243

on Indian laws, XIII 314

on making of cotton-paper in India,

V 304

Ne-ba-bel:

built in honor of Nebo, XIII 274

earthquake destroyed, XIII 277

pyramid rebuilt by Nebuchadnezzar,

XIII 274-76

seven storied Tower, XIII 274-76

summit left unfinished, XIII 277

Nebi'im:

of Judaea, XI 220 (256)

Nebo:

attached to names of Chaldean

adepts, XIII 277

attribute of Planetary Spirits, XIII

277

Babylonian, II 89

Bel and, XIII 272 ff.

cuneiform Inscriptions on, XIII

275-77

deity connected with Birs-Nimrud,

XIII 274-81

of Divine Wisdom, XIII 273-75, 277

exaltation of, by Khaldi, XIII 275-79

God of esoteric wisdom, VI 204; XI

257

inspired Babylonian civilization, XIII

279

Moses buried on Pisgah of Mount,

XIII 278

or Nebu, XIII 277

personified Higher Self, XIII 277

presides over planet Mercury, XIII

275

sanctuary of, XIII 281

self-generated, XIII 275

tower of Borsippa reserved for, XIII 281

Nebuchadnezzar II (d. 562 B.C.):

address of, XIII 276-77

Jewish scriptures perished in times of,

XIV 178

King who reconstructed Babel, XIII

273-74, 277

prefix of, affixed to initiates' names,

XIII 277

Nebulae:

forces other than gravity at work in,

XII 327 fn.

Milky Way and, X 374

Nebular Theory:

Adepts only deny completeness of, V

150 et seq.

found in Archaic cosmogony, XIV 87

Necepso (fl. 13th C. B.C.):

an Egyptian astrologer, XIV 344

Necroideograph:

in tale of 24th C., XIII 291

Necromancers:

Spiritualists are unconscious, III

293 fn.

See also Black Magician(s);

Sorcerer(s)

Necromancy:

St. Athanasius accused of, VII

203-04 fn.

condemned by all religions, VI 106

disincarnate suffer from, VI 107

rites of, VII 191

Roman Church and, I 197

Sama-Veda promotes, V 34 (63)

in some Tantras, IV 534

Spiritualism is, I 74

two kinds of, IV 595

unconscious black magic and, XII 32

See also Black Magic; Sorcery

Necropolis:

world becoming a vast, XIV 462

Neff, Mary K. (1877-1948):

dates H.P.B. article, VII 12

--- The "Brothers" of Mme.

Blavatsky:

VI 355

How Theosophy Came to

Australia and New Zealand:

V II fn.

on H.P.B.'s healing by her Guru, VI

279 fn.

bibliog., V 379; VI 441

Negation:

of Nature & man, XIII 181

science and, IV 307, 309, 315, 319

Negators:

endanger mankind, XIII 155

or materialistic Scientists, XIII 138

Ngres, Marconis de:

legality of Masonic Sanctuary

supported by, I 309

Negro(es):

Bible verse upheld enslavement of,

VII 21

citizenship, XIII 188

Ethiopians and, XIII 332

oppression of, in U.S.A., XII 281

Negroids:

in Huxley's division of human races,

V 213 fn.

Nehemiah:

III 130 fn.

on Sabbath, IX 70

Neith:

called "Heavenly Virgin," XIV 351

Goddess, II 89

as Jehovah or Aditi, XIV 218 & fn.

meaning of, X 302

mother of Ra, XIV 351

Neith-Isis:

Virgin Mary and, V 280

Nemesis:

Jesuits will face Karma-, IX 305-06

See also Karma; Retribution, Law of

Neo-Budhism:

on Ancient Wisdom, VIII 54 (76)

Occident must accept, VIII 54 (76)

Neomenia (Gk. for new moon):

sacred to Diana, XI 70

Neophyte(s):

or Defunct, VIII 195; XIII 26

Egyptian dirge sung over, X 208-12

must expect to be crucified, XIV 85

must have "heart of a lion," XIV 85

must take vow of poverty, XIV 56 fn.

secrecy imposed upon, XII 600-02;

XIV 308

transformed into Hierophant, XIV

286

trials of initiation and, III 252; VIII

195-96; XIV 74-75 fn., 83-84,

261-62, 288-89

See also Chela(s); Disciple(s);

Initiation

Neo-Platonic School:

chief aim, XIV 310

compared with Brahmanical, XIV 312

founded by Ammonius, XIV 11 fn.,

12, 300, 305, 308

Hypatia an ornament of, XIV 312

Indian influences on, XIV 310

on Initiation & failures in, XIV 310

Orpheus & Pythagoras influenced,

XIV 308, 310

prototype for the T.S., XIV 308

taught Theurgy & Magic, XIV 308

See also Ammonius Saccus

Neo-Platonism:

in essence Theosophy, XI 438, 459

Pantheistic speculations cp. with, XII

347 fn.

not understood, XI 227 (263)

Neo-Platonists:

absurdities of, XIV 6, 12

Ammonius & the, XIV 300 ff.

chief aim of, initiation, XIV 310

Christian theology influenced by, XIV

305, 308

clairvoyance and, II 281

compared with Vedantins, XIV 301,

309

confused with Philo, XIV 11 fn.

ecstasy and, II 94

Eleusinian Mysteries and, XIV 300

impressed the aristocracy, XIV 312

Jowett on interpretations of, XIII 147;

XIV 11-12

last era of Wisdom Teaching, XIV

467-68

mixed freely with world, XIV 312

reincarnation in writings of, XIII

79-80

Theophania acc. to, XIV 52

vow of secrecy, XIV 7, 48-49, 308

Wilder on, XIV 301-02, 310, 312-13

Nepal:

metaphysical schools of, I 268

Nepat, Mt.:

III 213

oldest Christian monastery in

Armenia near, III 216

Nephesh:

after death state of, VII 192

animal soul and, X 246, 354

blood and, VIII 181 fn.

as Breath of Life, IX 80

"breath of life" or Kama-manas, XII

353 & fn., 374

in Leviticus, VII 19

or life principle, VII 37; XII 364

ruach and, VII 19

Neptune:

mayavic link of, with our solar

system, XII 292

not of this system, XIV 227

occult theory on, XIV 228

validity of discovery, XIV 227-28

velocity of thought and, IX 105

Nergal:

female companion to Kabalistic

practice, XII 192 fn.

Nero, Emperor (37-68 A.D.):

as an "Icarus," XIV 119

cp. with modern aristocracy, XIII 187

denied initiation, IX 304

Neros:

See Naros

Neroses:

is not Eternity, X 308

Nerthus:

a Mother-Goddess, IX 323 & fn.

Nerve(s):

action of minute substances on, IV

319-20

anesthesized under hypnosis, XII 220

diseases & moon, IV 397

fibres & cells, XII 357

involved in hypnotism, XII 394-95,

399-400

nerve-time and, IV 321-24

nervous centers and, XII 355

psychic activity produced through,

XII 355

Nerve-Aura:

ethnic varieties of, V 213

reveals true race of person,

V 212-13

Nerve-Force:

life-principle and, VII 316

Magnetism or, a Son of Fohat, XII 620

Nervous System:

as organ of psychic manifestations, II

186

sound and, XII 621

Nestorius (?-451?):

Church Council condemns, XI 97

bio-bibliog., XI 583--84

Neter Khari:

divine speech of Egypt, V 298

hieratic alphabet of the Egyptians,

XIV 97

Neteru:

"Elōhim of the Egyptians, XIV 218

Netherclift, Frederick G. (1817-1892):

"forged" letters and, XI 405

H.P.B.'s handwriting and, VII 337 fn.

Netzach:

7th Sephiroth, VIII 148

Neuralanalysis:

Jaeger invented, Iv 311

nerve-time and, IV 321-324

Neurine:

of brain & child, I 297

Neurosists:

Psychomaniacs and, VII 62

Neurypnological:

Subject & visions, III 437

Neurypnology:

Dr. Braid and, II 278

Neurality:

Religious, in India & Bombay bishop,

III 119-20

Religious, & Queens Proclamation, VI

165-66

New Age:

Of Aquarius will begin about 1900,

VIII 174 fn.

Psychologists will work overtime in,

VIII 174 fn.

New American Cyclopedia:

II 314-19 fns., 321 fn., 324 fn.

Acknowledges magicians, III 254

on animal magnetism, II 275

on Central & South American ruins,

II 322, 323, 324

elemental used in III 251

on Lake Titicaca, II 316

on medicine of ancients, II 199

on Ohio mounds, II 314,315

on pentagram, III 251

on Saint-Germain, III 128

Schelling on magic, III 254 q.

On Tiahuanaco, etc., II 318-19

On Todas, I 357-58

Bibliog.., I 502; II 537; III 516

New Dispensation:

See Brahmo-Samaj

New Dispensation (Calcutta):

IV 328, 371, 407, 414-15

Article by Sen, IV 326 rf.

Name coined by Quarkers, III 287

pious ramblings of K.C. Sen, IV

372-73

New Moon:

hellish rites of sorcerers at, XII 204

See also Full Moon; Moon

New Testament:

See also Bible; and specific books of N.T.

New Year:

of 1888, IX 3-5

Christ's circumcision festival and, XII

72

cp. to time of Julian, XII 96 (102)

importance of, IX 3-5

Jewish, ep. to Pagan, XII 72-73

pagan festival, XII 71, 91-92 (98)

sacrifices of old, XII 94 (101)

Theosophical, XII 76

warnings on, XII 68-69

New York Herald:

art. in, I 429

on Beecher & Ingersoll, III 138

reviews Tolstoy, XII 243

story about Christmas, II 166-67

New York Medical Record:

on deadening pain by rapid breathing,

II 465

New York Observer:

editor of, on TS., II 511

New York Sun:

I 189, 233, 239, 261, 413; II 302, 379;

XI 191

Blavatsky termed Spiritualist in, I 323

Dana and, XI 368

on H.P.B.'s iconoclasm, I 241

H.P.B.'s stories and, VI 354

infamous editorial in, I 411

libel suit against, XII 332-34

on millenarians, III 231 fn.

on Mollie Faucher, II 191

Olcott's art. on Mrs. Thayer, I 121, 122

prints Curtis' article on Baron's ashes,

I 414

published H.P.B.'s story, IV 566 fn.

New York Telegram:

on Buddhism, III 89

New York Times:

III 9

Cones expulsion & false report in, XI 463

on decadence of Protestantism, II 447

A. Keightley's letter and, XI 383

on Spiritualism, II 176 fn.

New York Tribune:

"fossilized reviewers" of, I 322

Greeley and, IV 147

Olcott and, III 12

on Dr. Tanner, II 459, 461

New York World:

I 239, 244, 246, 278, 396 (400), 423;

II 203 (206); III 9

on adepts in mayavi-rupa, V 289-90

on Founders' poverty, III 78

Rotura's experiments on goats and, I

389, 399 (403) bibliog., V 386

Newark Daily Journal.

I 214

Newman, Cardinal John (1801-1890):

among world's "Elect," XII 317

Newspapers:

as mischief breeders, III 83

unfair & cowardly, III 227, 232

See also Reporters

Newton, Bishop:

on Saint Barnabas, VIII 211

Newton, Dr. Alonzo Elliot:

- Modern Bethesda:

on healing, IV 381

bibliog., IV 662

Newton, Rev. C.B.:

accused of abuse of power, IV 267-68

Newton, H.J. (1823-1895):

Olcott &, pay for de Palm's

cremation, I 233

once TS. treasurer in NY., VII 149

biog., 1 502-03; VII 385-86

Newton, Sir Isaac (1642-1727):

I 242; II 198; XIII 143; XIV 177

anticipated by Borelli, I 243

concerned about moon's narrowing

orbit, XIV 230

correct on the whole, X 386

indebted to Kepler, III 194

mirroring old philosophers, XIII 87

Newton, Dr. J.R. (1810-1883):

great mesmeric healer, II 197; IV 380-81

Ngag-pa [Tib. sags-pa]:

revered, permits "Tibetan Teachings"

article, VI 105

Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso

See Nabang Lob-Sang

Ngo-dhb [Tib. dos-grub]:

spiritual powers, IV 160

See also Siddhis

Ngo-vo-nyid-med par Mraba [Tib. o-

bo-id-med-par-smra-ba]:

Tibetan sect of, XIV 438

Nicanor, Saint:

derivation of the term, XII 76 fn.

Nicaragua, Lake:

ancient sculptures on, II 322

Nicastro, Ottavio:

Cagliostro and, XII 81

Nicea, Council of:

See Church Councils)

Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers:

IV 241 fn.

Nicephorus, Patriarch (758?-829):

- Stichometry:

Hebrew Matthew included in, XIV

150 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 398

Nicholas, Grand Duke (1831-1891):

on cruel Turks, I 257

Nicholas of Tolentino, Saint

(1246?-1306):

on partridge revived by, VII 26

biog., VII 386

Nicholas V, Pope (?-1455):

Cardinal de Cusa and, XIV 378-79

Nicodemus:

a Master in name only, XIV 57 & fn.

Nicolas:

theological scholar, VI 152

Nicolini, G.B.:

- History of the Jesuits:

IX 298 & fn.

bibliog., IX 446

Nidana(s) (Sk.):

based on the "Four Truths," XIV

432 fn.

as causal connection, IX 287; XII 385

& fn.

as causes from prior life, VII 113

causes of existence cp. with finite, X

335

definition, X 326

eternal, X 398

occult aspect of an attitude, XII 63

root of all, XIII 34

Tibetan word for, IX 287; XIV

432 fn.

twelve causes of existence, III 428;

XIV 432 & fn.

undeserved misery and, X 47

Niebuhr, B.G. (1776-1831):

V 301; XIV 466

butchers I-ivy's History, I 232

on Eusebius, IV 363

on King Cyaxares & the Scythians,

XIII 334

on origin of Herodotean Scythians,

XIII 334-35

bio-bibliog., 1503; XIII 398-99; XIV 559

Niemand, Jasper:

See Keightley, Julia

Nighanu:

medical work, II 117

Night-Flower:

legend of, I 6-7 (7-8)

Night of Brahma:

individuality and, VII 52

Nightmares:

causes of, X 263

kama-loka and, X 262

Nigidius:

See Figulus, P.N.

Nihil:

Absolute Deity, XIV 418

"Infinite All" of ancients, XIV 418

term degraded by Materialists &

Monotheism, XIV 418

Nihilism:

full of activity, II 359-60

Nihilists:

murderous Russian, VI 213

pitiless use of weaponry by, XIII

215-16

Socialists &, in Russia, III 159, 207

Nikoladze (Newspaper ed.):

on H.P.B.'s book, I 385 et seq.

Nikolaevich, Nikolai

See Nicholas, Grand Duke

Nikolay Konstantinovitch, Grand Duke:

Nihilists and, III 167

Nikolsky, MY.:

- Sketches of Chaldean Cultures:

on influence of Scythians, XIII 334

Nilgiri Hills (India):

Todas and, I 357

Nimrod:

dominion of, XIII 327, 332

fabled builder of Tower of Babylon,

XIII 273

identified with Sargon 1, XIII 328, 332

lineage, XIII 327-28

Nina, Saint (276-340):

brought Christianity to Armenia, II

125 & fn.

biog., II 537-38

Nine:

dreaded by ancients, XII 68

materializes spirit acc. to Pythagoras,

XII 68

natural depravity of, XII 69

sacred to the Spheres, XII 69

symbol of Cosmic & social change,

XII 68

symbol of Matter, XII 69

Nineteenth Century:

age of destruction, I 221

artificiality of, XII 95-97 (102-04)

close to its death, VIII 205

cp. to ancient times, XII 42

cruel, boastful & wicked, XI 200

fatal, now in decline, XII 69

hypocritical & sacrilegious, XI 187 et seq.

little hope for, II 191

most criminal, XI 121 (134)

"royal lions," XII 42

Nineteenth Century:

VIII 61 (83)

Spencer on evils of anthropomorphic

God, VI 171-72 q.

bibliog., VI 451

Nineveh (or Ninivia):

gigantic cities of, XIII 279, 281

ingmapa [Tib. ring-ma-pa]:

Buddhist sect resists reforms, IV 10

Ning-Po:

benevolent & poetic governor, XIII

220-21

Ninip Sandan:

Babylonian God, XIII 281

Ninons de l'Enclos:

astral brides from Kama-loka, X 156

Nipang:

freedom of, IV 35; VI III

Nipher, F.E. (1847-1927):

Experimental Researches:

on theory, truth & scientists, II 311

bio-bibliog., II 538

Nippold, F. (1838-1918):

Handbuch der Neusten

Kirchengeschichte . . .:

IX 302

Die Wege nach Rom . . .:

IX 302

bibliog., IX 446

Nirguna (Sk.):

spirit is, IV 581

Nirmanakaya(s) (Sk.):

Apollonius was a, XIV 49 fn.

astral Ego of Adept, XIV 161, 384

astral of W.Q. Judge blended with a,

VII 138

Bodhisattvas or "late" Adepts, XII 31

on Bodhisattvas who become, XI

348-49

conscious incarnations, XIV 375

on "consciousness" of the, XIV 387

definitions, VII 188 fn.; XI 63; XII 560

as degrees of Light in Gnosticism,

XIII 11

Dharmakaya cp. with, XIV 376, 384,

397, 439 & fn.

Higher Principles may be in Nirvana,

XIV 375, 384, 387, 389-90, 396-97

Humanity guarded by, XII 601

linked to Great Sacrifice, XIV 397

Manushya-Buddha cp. with, XIV 389

modus operandi of, XII 209

one of three Buddhic bodies, XIV

392 fn., 436 fn.

primeval Sacrifice, XIV 397

Sambhogakaya,body and, XI 349

Sakara's spirit used, of Buddha,

XIV 393

save a man's life only if useful to

Humanity, XII 31

state, not infallible, XIV 439

stay to help humanity, XIV 373, 376,

384, 392 & fn., 397, 437

Trikaya doctrine and, XI 470

Tul-pa'i-Ku in Tibetan, XIV 392 fn.,

436 fn.

two kinds of, XIV 376, 389

See also Dharmakaya; Sambhogakaya;

Trikaya; Tul-pa'i-Ku

Nir-Narrain Sect:

on fakirs of, I 241

Nirnaya Sindhu:

See Kamalakara Bhaa

Nirukta:

II 117

proves writing known in archaic

India, XIV 269 fn.

on Vivakarman, XIV 261

See also Yaska

Nirvanna (Sk.):

IX 206 (228)

of a Buddha, XIV 371 fn., 373-74,

387-93

an Absolute condition, XIV 375, 376

an actionless state, XIV 374, 420-21

Adept merged in, after death, XIII 32

Adepts renounce, to help Humanity,

XIV 53-54, 161 & fn., 373, 386-87,

396-97, 406 fn.

Adi-Buddha and, IV 100

alchemy and, XI 515 (538)

as Amitabha's paradise, VII 202

Bhagavad Gita passage and, X 396

Buddha's, came 20 years before death,

V 249

of Buddha's precursors & Csoma de

Krs, V 255

Buddha taught only way to, X 239

Burnouf on, X 66, 111

as Chaldean "life eternal," III 292

on content of, XIV 375-76, 393

definitions, III 297, 412, 414; V 354;

VII 184; XIV 421

Devachan is, of Initiate, XIV 262, 371

& fn., 375

Dhyan-Chohanship and, VI 248-49

differs among lesser adepts, XIV

371 fn., 375-77

differs in kind from any type of

consciousness, VIII 114

in Druse teachings, III 188

Ego becomes non-Ego in, VII 179

Ego nearly immortal if, avoided, X

219

"entering," not really possible, XIV

375

is eternal, XIV 374, 416, 432-33

extinction not, XIV 415-19, 420-21

full purity needed to reach, II 398

Hell and, III 88 et seq.

Higher Principles of Adept may

remain in, XIV 375, 376, 389-92

an illusion also, X 311, 327

immoral inferences to, XIV 437

immortality and, IV 250-51; X 219

as Impersonal life-eternal, XIV 432

an impersonal state, III 184 fn.

Invisible & imponderable, XIV 421

is but does not exist, X 175; XI 240

(277)

Jaina text on Buddha's ascent into,

XIV 416

jivas and, XI 468

legend about Buddha's, XIII 343

as Moksha, is a state, XIV 58 fn., 411,

415, 421

Mukti is freedom or, XIV 459 fn.

not annihilation, VII 51; X 66 & fn.;

XIV 415-21

Nyr-Nyang and, V 255

Occult Metaphysics based on, XIV

415

one of three Eternals, XIV 408, 411

Parabrahman identical with, XIV 376

as quest for Life-Eternal, XIV 432

as re-absorption, XIV 416, 433

on reaching, I 294, 298; XI 345; XII

407; XIII 62

is real life, VIII 114

refuge against rebirth, XI 218 (254)

remembrance of past lives and, VI 179

on renunciation of, VI 101; X 396; XI

348-49; XIV 53-54, 161 & fn., 373,

386-87, 396-97, 406 fn.

result of link with inner Deity, XIV

55, 375

rooted in non-being, XIV 416

Sahajananda and, I 335

Samadhi is not real, XIV 53, 371 fn.

Seven Paths or faculties to, X 326;

XIV 388, 436 fn.

six keys to, XIV 392 fn.

spiritually evil man & final, III 298

a state of "no return," XIV 375 fn.,

389-92, 406 fn., 420, 437

temptations leading to, XIV 262

of the Vedantins, XIV 392-93, 415-16

threshold of Parinirvana, XIV 392

as totality of Spiritual Wisdom, XIV

371

has triple positive & negative

meanings, XI 470

two kinds of, XIV 436 fn.

ultimate end of aspirant, VI 242-43,

248-49

the "unconscious whole," VI 111

vanishing point, V 174

See also Buddha; Buddhism;

Enlightenment; Moksha; Mukti;

Parabrahman

Nirvanee [Sk. Nirvani]:

on attaining state of, XIV 375,

400-01, 420-21

can reflect its Buddhi in former astral

body, XIV 387

cannot return, XI V 375 fn., 406 fn.

420

immortality not inconsistent with,

XIV 449

of seventh degree, V 256

with & without "remains," XIV 376,

384, 436

See also Jivanmukta(s); Thatagata

Nirvanic:

era, V 254

limited, state of Devachan, V 93

triple form of, state, V 255

Nirvikalpa (Sk.):

IV 563

definition, IV 564

Nisroch:

Babylonian deity, XIII 281

Nissi:

Jehovah, & Passover month of Nisan,

XIV 273

Nitiastra:

meaning, IV 417

Nitrogen:

as primordial element, X 381

Nitroglycerine:

in medical compounds, XIII 216 fn.

Nitya Pralaya (Sk.):

definition, X 393

See also Pralaya(s)

Nivritti (Sk.):

pravritti and, I 268

Nizida:

- The Astral Light:

line in, criticized, XII 58

Noah:

Ark of, and sacred cubit-value, XIV

195 fn.

ark of, should be scuttled, II 347

Deluge of, taken seriously, XIV 46

Greek, or Deukalion, V 219-20

Hindu, type of 5th race, V 223

Jewish, V 223

kept secrets of initiation, XIV 39

monsoon and, II 81

Patriarchs and, V 207

period in terms of pyramid measures,

XIV 65, 195 fn.

personified mankind of 5th Root

Race, XIV 86

picnic of, on Ararat, V 348

progeny of, XI 15

stands for Vaivasvata Manu, IV 577-78

See also Flood, Great

Noel, Roden (1834-1894):

IV 353

Notic (Gk. Nous or Noetiks):

action of Double-Faced God, XII 374

Mind or Reincarnating Ego, XII 411

psychic &, aspect of mind, XII 353-74

seership, XII 371

Notic Work:

Plato & Plotinus used expression, II 92

Nofre:

means Chrēstos, XIV 283

Nomenclature:

problems of, XII 655-56, 677

Nonagous Envelope:

of Pythagoreans, XII 68 fn.

Non-Being:

Eternal Absolute and, X 335

given Being, XIII 55

See also Absoluteness; Being

Non-Resistance:

to evil 1st rule of discipleship, VIII 59

(81)

Non-Self:

how to reach, XIII 55

See also Self-Forgetfulness;

Selflessness

Non-Separateness:

essential for occult progress, IX 159

inner, & outer magnetisms, IX 159,

161-62

is One Truth, IX 24

Norendro Nath Sen (1843-?):

Masters and, VI 257 fn.

Nork, F.N. (pseud.):

on Jesus, VIII 187, 362 (380); XI 100

bio-bibliog., VIII 470

Norman, Prof.:

Armenian inscriptions and, II 350-51

Norremberg Polarizer:

reveals occult symbols, VII 292

Norris, Rev. Henry H.:

The Principles of the Jesuits . . . :

on truth of charges against Jesuits,

IX 297 & fn.

bibliog., IX 308, 446

North American Review:

XII 348 fn.

Dr. Hammond's "Elixir" art., XI

459 fn. rf.

Ingersoll in, IV 80

policy of, II 216

North, Josepha:

Theosophist & sculptor, X 240-41

North, Justice:

Freethinker and, IV 456 et seq.

North Pole:

change of, noted, XIV 366-67

land of the Gods, XII 543

magnetic current and, VI 340

or Meru, XIV 367

Northern Whig:

on H.P.B., XI 371

Nosk:

reading of, IV 506

Nostrils:

correspond to Sun & Moon, XII

545-46

Kabalistic Guardian Angels and, XII

546

Notaricon (or Notarikon):

definitions, VIII 155, 156 & fn.

Kabalah and, XI 244 (281)

used in Zohar calculation, XIV 95

& fn.

See also Gematria

Notation:

reversed in E.S. diagrams & tables,

XII 561-62

Notes and Queries:

on ghosts, VI 71-72

bibliog., VI 451

No Thing:

of Basilides & Kabalah, XI 240-42

(276-78)

Nothing:

the All and, XI 114 (128)

as No Thing, X 43 fn., 44 fn.

Noumena:

of matter is ultimate matter, VIII 317,

324

world of, VIII 95

See also Phenomena

Noumenon:

phenomenon and, IX 168

Nous:

Divine Mind or, XII 366

is divine soul, VII 205 fn.

dual soul and, II 7 (18)

in Greek terminology, XII 353 fn.

mind does not return after joining, I 233

or Mind in Gnostic symbolism, XIII

16

Plato never confused, & prisprit, II 5

(16)

psychē &, in Paul's letters, I 292

or ruach, I 299

at second death, I 294, 298

or spirit & psyche, I 361 (365)

union of soul and, I 293

whisperings of our, I 335

Novensiles:

Atlanteans and, V 222

Novikov, Olga A. de (1840-1924):

characterized in British novel, X 291

on H.P.B.'s musical chord

phenomenon. VI xxxv

bio-bibliog., VI 441-42

Novoye Vremya:

II 431 fn.; IV 510; IX 24; XII 110 q.

Burenin and, II 151 fn.

defense of Buddhism in, XII 274-75

on medium Pelagueya, III 97

on periodicity of events, II 420

on Dr. Pirogov, XII 136 & fn.

reviews Lmholtz's work, XII 289

on Russia & England, III 76-77

on sances with Slade, I 315

Novy Mir:

II 431 fn.

Nowotny, Mlle.:

a sensitive, III 100-01

Numa Pompilius (715-673 B.C.):

books of, destroyed, XIV 298

Collegia Fabrorum and, XIV 192

tomb of, XIV 105

Number(s):

abstract power of, III 196

Arabic system of, from India, XIV

360-61

on becoming all, XI 212 (248)

color & sound, X 406

Cosmic evolution &, 4-3-2 cycles, XIV

353-54, 357

deep significance of, II 408

as emanations, XIV 243-45

are entities, X 372

figure of man and, XIII 353

four & nine, & descent of spirit, VI 222

fourteen & 12, IV 378

of Great Kabalah dangerous, XIV

60-61

guides sound, XII 517

harmony &, at base of Occult

Doctrine, IV 303

Hebrew interpretation of, 1881, III

202

Hebrew letters as, VII 262

in Hindu chronology, XIV 361-68

ideas, figures and, XIV 10 fn., 62-63,

95-99, 359

importance of, X 277

Kabalistic meaning of, III 194-95;

XIV 212-15

of Kabalistic "Tohu-vah-bohu," XIV

244 & fn.

key to, five, seven & twelve, XIII 67,

73-74

keys to scriptures, XIV 43-44 & fn.,

61-63, 65 fn., 95-102, 112, 157-59,

207-08, 359

keys to universal knowledge, XIV 181,

192, 243-44

Kosmos produced by, XII 547

lucky & unlucky, XIV 99

of man, XIV 112

manifestations of Time, XIV 244

measure and, VI 206

mental magic and, XIV 96

mysterious Gnostic, XIII 21

mysterious influence of, II 426

mystery of 7 & 10, XII 525

Naros related to, XIV 359-60

Occult combination of, XII 67

occult nature of, III 196

Padmapani myth and, XII 518-19, 520

the perfect, VIII 149; XIII 17; XIV

112 fn.

Philolaus on, XIV 10 fn.

power of, III 195

Roman, & Alphabet, XIV 360

at root of Universe, XII 517

sacred, reconciles spirit & matter, XIV

63, 112 fn.

Sanskrit letters as, VII 264 fn.

science of, key to practical occultism,

IX 44-45

secret cycles and, XIV 357-60

of Septenary ratio, XIII 301-06

symbolism of Brahma & Abram, XIV

92 fn.

system of Marcus, XIII 51-55

two facts about, twelve, XIII 71-72

& fn.

usage of, in Kabala, X 398

value of letters & mystery-language,

XI 237 (273)

in yugas delineated, IV 579

See also Nine; Seven etc.

Numbers:

VIII 263 q.

on Balaam, III 230

on census, III 117-18

on Nazars, IX 209 (231), 210 fn.

(232 fn.)

on whoredom of Israelites, III 116

See also Book of Numbers, Chaldean

Numerals:

found in a rock, II 192

secret meaning of, VIII 210

See also Number(s)

Numerical:

influences in life of Alexander II, III

201

value of 1881, III 84-85

Numismatics:

can be reliable science, V 227

Nuns of Loudun:

IV 391

phenomena of, II 261

Nurho de Manhar:

See Ginsburg, C.D.

Nssbaumer, Dr.:

first investigator of color-sound

impressions, VII 62

Nutrition:

accretion in crystals and, X 383

Nutt, Joseph N.:

on women & Masonry, XI 527 (550)

Nyaya (Sk.):

logical school of Indian philosophy,

IV 579-80; XII 343 fn.

Nyayaratna, Pandit Mahesa Chandra:

criticizes Dayananda's Veda-Bhashya,

II 34

Nyaya-Sutra:

See Gotama Akshapada

Nychthēmeron (Greek):

meaning of, XIII 7-8

Nying-po (Chin.):

See Alaya

Nymph(s):

as idols, VII 217, 218 fn.

or inferior goddess, XII 148

inspire poets & seers, XII 149

Sylphs and, XII 192-93

term lympha derived from, XII 148 Nyr-Nyang:

Buddha's nirvana and, V 255

Nysa, Mt. (Afganistan):

Dionysos and, XI 94 fn.