Volume XV

 

Q index

 

Qabbalah (or Quabbalah):

See Kabalah

Quacks:

medical, & vaccination, IV 200-01

Quadrangle:

reduced to Circle, XII 53

Quakers:

first used term New Dispensation, III 287

Quarles, Francis (1592-1644):

——— Job Militant:

VIII 142 q.

bio-bibliog., VIII 472

Quarterly Review (London):

on Bible & its revision, II 50, 69

eulogy to Talmud in, I 132 fn., 459

on infallibility of O.T., II 47

on OT., II 402

Quaternary:

concreted the elements, XIV 158

emanates the Kosmos, XIV 187

fate of lower, after death, X 54 (62)

Gods the lower, XIII 48 & fn.

liver & spleen represent, XII 694

lower, & Higher Triad, XII 692-93

lower, is male, XIII 165

planetary, symbols of terrestrial, XII 551

purification of lower, XII 53

in pyramid, XIV 100 fn., 157-58, 195 fn.

sacred cubit value, XIV 195 fn.

triple, XIII 54

Quatrefages de Breau, J. (1810-1892):

II 431, 433

——— L' Esp้ce humaine:

VIII 35 q., 36 q.

——— The Human Species [tr.]:

II 432

exposes Haeckel, XIII 143

——— Souvenir d’un naturaliste:

II 433

bio-bibliog., VIII 472-73

bibliog., II 540

Queen Mab:

See Shelley, P.B.

Queen's Proclamation:

of religious neutrality, VI 165-66

Queensborough, Lord:

 on Christianity, II 364

Quelap (Peru):

old ruins at, II 332

Questions:

often insincere, XI 136

should be asked only as last resort,

XII 495-96

Quetzalcohuatl:

similar to Osiris & Buddha, II 307

Quich้:

II 309

Quicherat, L.-M. (1799-1884):

IX 358 (385)

bio-bibliog., IX 449

Quilter, Harry (1851-1907):

editor of Universal Review, XII 281

shows fervor for oppressed, XII 281

Quinet, Edgar (1803-1875):

——— La Cr้ation . . . .:

on thoughts & the invisible, XI 452

——— l' Ultramontanisme:

IX 302

bibliog., IX 449; XI 586

Quinine:

effect of, IV 320

Quinquennial Age:

of Hindu chronology, XIV 361-62

Quintus Curtius (fl. 41-54 A.D.):

on Bacchus' birth, XI 93 fn. unreliable, V 244

bibliog., XI 587

bio-bibliog., V 379-80

Quipus:

a record kept on a rope, II 334

Quirigua (Guatamala):

IV 445

odd style of, monoliths, II 322

Qu-tamy:

ancient Chaldean Adept, VII 240

author of ancient Secret Doctrine,

VIII 23 fn.

Chaldaic MS., XIV 65

invokes lunar Wisdom, XII 204

moon and, VII 230

not idolatrous, VII 240