Volume XV

 

S index

 

Sabaean(s) (or Sabians):

Adam of, XIV 175

Christian, XIV 335-36 fn.

Christianity worships gods of, X 17,

19, 26

festivals, XII 278

on History of Races, XIV 175

Jews and, III 453

key to, religion hidden in cave, III

467-68

Nabatheans & the baptized, XIII 228

or Nazarenes, IV 238

worship celestial hosts, XIV 326,

344-45

Sabaeanism (Sabianism):

ancient Chaldean Occultism cp. with,

XIII 228-30

is archaic Magianism, IV 531

cult of the uneducated, XIII 230

degenerated into Black Magic, XIV

344-45

heliolatry and, VIII 356 (373)

of Jews, XIV 326

in Pentateuch, XIV 76

Roman Church and, XIV 323-24,

334-41

sun symbolism in, XIV 318 & fn.

worships through dance, XIV 316

See also Astrolatry

Sabaōth:

Jehovah or, XIV 326

of the realm of light, III 453

Sabbath:

Church of England, IX 67-72

dedicated to Jehovah, XIV 113

lunar division of week and, XII 536

means Saturn's day, XIV 113, 338

nature of, IX 69 et seq.

Sunday and, II 410

Sabda (Sk.):

Gymnosophists and, V 196

specific mark of Akaa, XIII 67

Sabda Brahma (Sk.):

sound & Akaa, IV 164, 166

Sabeism (Sabianism):

See Sabaeanism

Sabhapathy (or Sabhapati) Swami:

endorsed Theosophists on Yoga, III 106

on ishis, IV 448

Om. The Philosophy and Science

of Vedanta . . . :

on recluses living at high altitudes, III

140

bibliog., III 523

Sabians:

See Sabaean(s)

Sabine:

element in Rome, V 215

Sabine, Edward (1788-1833):

magnetic experiments cited, XIV 352

Sabinus, Aulus (?-14 B.C.):

on man's composition, VII 228

biog., VII 391

Sabism:

or baptism, IX 137

Buddhasp the founder of, IX 137

Sacr Coeur de Jsus:

an alias of Jesuits, IX 300

Sacerdotalism:

evils of, IX 132, 149

Masonry and, IV 58

Sacred Cycle(s):

keys to, XIII 301-06

number of, a "blind," XIII 34

Sacred Island:

inland sea, III 402, 421

Sacred Planet(s):

none of Earth Globes are, X 340

only visible, on our plane, X 340

Planetary Spirits and, X 340-41

Rulers of, & Earth Chain differ, X

340

See Planetary Spirits

Sacrifice(s):

of Adepts, XIV 53-54, 161 & fn., 373,

386-87, 396-97

of Bodhisattwas & Lhas, VI 112

demanded to gain higher knowledge,

III 4

foremost virtue of Theosophy is self-,

XIII 97

to gods, IX 261 et seq.

Hindu & Christian, differ, VIII 208

human, by ancient Jews, IX 43 & fn.

for Humanity is only Path, XI 469-70

of individual to the whole, XII 450

Initiates vow to, life for truth &

mankind, XI 100 fn.

of "lamb" allegory, XIV 397

of Nirmanakayas, XIV 373, 376, 384,

392, 397

of ox, IX 43 fn.

of personal hopes, II 10 (21)

rites of, IX 252 fn.

of Spirit in Matter, XIV 397

in Vedas, II 35

See also Great Renunciation;

Renunciation; Self-Abnegation; Self-

Sacrifice

Sacrovir (?-21):

chief of Gauls, XIV 295

defended Bibractis, XIV 295

Sad (Sk.):

VI 158

Sadachara (Sk.):

VII 44 fn.

Sadananda (15th C.):

Vedantasara:

on ignorance, VIII 97

on One Self, IX 167

bibliog., VIII 416

Sa-Dcha-Fo:

the incarnate word of Buddha, III 185

Sad-Dar:

absurd commentary of, IV 519 fn.

Rev. Prideaux on, III 454

bibliog., III 523; IV 664

Saddarshana Chintanika:

I 414; III 304

of Donald Kennedy, I 415

on Spiritualism & yogic experiences,

III 104, 106-08

Saddharma Punarika:

See Lotus Sutra

Sadducees:

Aryan heritage retained, XIV 193 fn.

compared to Pharisees, XIV 181-82

& fn.

as Illusionists, XIV 182

Law of Moses only scripture of, XIV

182 & fn.

as materialistic "lawgivers," XIV 38

& fn.

as materialists, IV 326-27

no spirituality in, VII 257

reject soul's immortality, VII 255

on sect & founder, XIV 182 fn.

as unbelievers, XIV 84, 182 fn.

why called atheists, XIV 182 fn.

See also Atheists; Pharisees

Sade, Marquis de (1740-1814):

II 512

biog., II 542

Sadharan Brahmo Samaj:

IV 371, 406, 410, 415; VI 12 fn.

Brahmo Samaj and, III 203

head of, writes history of Brahmic

movement, IV 109

Sadhus (Sk.):

can stop rain, VI 43

long hair and, IV 503

often Moslems, II 68

those fed up with life may become, II

76-77

Sadi, M. (1184-1291):

Bustan:

on Dervish phenomena, II 290

bibliog., Il 543

Saffar Ali Bek:

H.P.B.'s life saved by, I 32 & fn.

Sagara, King:

drove Yavanas from Ayodhya, V 308

Kapila's glance and, X 403

lived before Rama, V 194

Vasishha was Guru of father of; V

308

Sage, Emlie:

double and, V 292-93

Sages:

ancient, & Science, XIV 8-9, 13, 23

of antiquity not idolaters, XIV 50

of India, XIV 46-47

teach but relative truths, IX 31

See also ishis; Teacher(s)

Sahagn, Bernardino de (?-1590):

Historia General . . .:

II 321 fn.

bio-bibliog., II 543

Sahajananda (Sk.):

perfect bliss, I 335

Sahasrakirana (Sk.):

neophyte as "he of the thousand

rays," VII 275

neophyte during solar rite, XIV 261

Sahib:

See Morya

Saidu:

Pope of, I 374

Saif-ed-Din:

as title, I 371

Saint-Germain, Count de:

alleged facts about, III 125 et seq.

autographed MS. of, I 107 fn.

belonged to Philalethes Lodge, XII

84 fn.

European magic died with, I 141

an exceptional chela, IV 607

a Fifth-Rounder, V 144-45

French Revolution and, VI 19

a living mystery, I 109

Mystic MS. of, mentioned, II 193

portrait of, III 122, 528

on precocious occult development of,

V 144-45

predicts French Revolution, I 107 fn.

secret Masonic MSS. and, XI 175-76

(184)

slandered, IV 339

supposed death of, III 129

unpublished documents on, III 129

& fn.

biog., III 523-28

Saint-Germain, Count Claude L.

(1707-1778):

Secretary of War, III 524

Saint Germain Faubourg:

in Paris & Jesuits, III 117

Saint James' Gazette:

X 179

on authorship of Mahatma letters. VI 2

Esoteric Buddhism "reviewed" in, V

342-49

bibliog., V 386; VI 451

Saint-Martin, Louis (1743-1803):

disciple of Jacob Bohme, XII 120

hid his wisdom due to persecution,

XIV 278

thought a charlatan, XII 120

Correspondence:

on Rosicrucian Gichtel, X 155-56; XII

83

bibliog., X 426

Saint Mary of the Angels Church:

history of, X 20 et seq.

Saint Petersburg:

brain of Russia, II 357

center of corruption, II 357-58

daily paper of, on hypnotism, VIII

104

Spiritualism Committee of, III 19-20

Saint Petersburg University:

Spiritualistic investigation and, I 91,

94, 120, 204 et seq., 210-13

Saint Petersburg Vedomosty (Gazette):

I 204, 216

Aksakov's art. in, I 359

Burenin and, II 151 fn.

errors in, II 129

on Gheber Temple, II 125

on medium Pelagueya, III 97-98

publication stopped, III 165

on sances with Slade, I 315 et seq.

Saint-Simoniens:

prophecy of, on H.P.B., IV 479-80

Saint Stephen's Review:

vision in sky and, VIII 284, 287

Saint Yves d'Alveydre, A. (1839-1909):

VIII 354; IX 198 fn. (220 fn.)

Isis Lodge resolution and, X 33-34

mistaken about Jews, IX 46

works of unreliable, IX 351 fn.

(379 fn.)

Mission des Jiufs:

error about Kali Yuga, IX 211 fn.

(233 fn.)

on missionaries, IX 350 & fn. (378

& fn.)

bio-bibliog., IX 452-53

Sainte-Foi, C.:

See Sepp, Dr.

Saints:

beatified pagan divinities, XII 95

(102)

Chaldean magic and, XIII 337-38

drawn from Pagan gods, XIII 298

greatest, & ascetics lived for World,

XI 219 (255)

true status of, XII 261

See also individual saints

Sas:

perfected art of legislation, XIV 254

Sas:

II 269

Saivagama:

Tantric in nature, XII 604 fn., 605, 615

Tattvas and, XII 611 fn.

Saka Era:

of India, V 255

Sakanaka:

name of afire, IV 542

Sakasutu:

planet Saturn, IV 542

Saketa:

See Ayodhya

Sakhayana Brahmana [Sankhayana

Brahmana]:

on precession, XIV 362

Sakkayadihi (Pali):

definition, V 78

delusion of personality, IV 173

Saknussemm, Arne:

Egyptian name perhaps, IV 541-42

Sakridagamin (Sk.):

candidate for "new birth" & his trials,

VII 276 & fn.

meaning, XIV 434 fn.

stages beyond, XIV 262, 434 fn.

state of lofty spiritual development, X

239

trials of, XIV 261 fn., 262

Saktas (Sk.):

degrade meaning of Mudra, II 119-20

worshippers of female power, II 77

Sakti(s) (Sk.):

Akaa & Prakriti, III 413 fn.

definitions, III 405 & fn., 413

Fohat is, of divine mind, X 354

Indian, cp. to 3 Mothers, XIV 65

inherent in Parabrahman, XIV 216 fn.

Nabhichakra and, III 409

one of three primary causes of

existence, VII 286

as power, III 405 & fn., 406

principles and, III 407, 412

pulsations of, III 423

synonymous with "Sons of Fohat,"

XII 620

woman and, VI 262

yoga power of, XIV 400 fn., 407

Saktya (Sk.):

philosophy, III 401

Sakuntala:

author of, drama lived after Sankara,

V 183-84

Sakya-Jong (Tibet):

monastery of, IV 12

Sakya Thub-pa (Tib.):

See Buddha, Gautama

Sakyamuni:

See Buddha, Gautama

Sakyasinha [Sk. Sakyasiha]:

See Buddha, Gautama

Sala, George A.H. (1828-1895):

on Promethean Vultures, XII 70

bio-bibliog., XII 778

Saladin:

See Ross, William S.

Saladin, Mr.:

disciple of Baron Du Potet, II, 136

magnetizing experiment of, II 136

Salama:

Druse messenger, III 183 fn., 184, 186

Salamander(s):

alliance with man, XII 192

fire elementals, XII 190

foetal development and, V 103

other invisible spirits and, VII 37

special element of the, X 366

Salem Witchcraft Trials:

& scientific investigations of psychism,

VII 78

Salette:

"miracles" at, II 279

Sali Suka, Bhikshu:

golden statue of Buddha stolen from,

V 246

Salisbury Cathedral:

Saint Patrick's confession and, VII

32-33 fn.

Salivahana Era:

V 227

Salpētrire (Paris):

experiments of Charcot in, XII 295

mesmeric experiments at hospital of,

II 283

Salvation:

Buddha's teachings give true, III 242

doctrine a delusion fostered by mass

suggestion, VIII 276

Great Mystery of, XIII 47

Initiates swear to die for, of mankind,

XI 100 fn.

only, by personal merit, VII 244; XII

584

Salvation Army:

IV 280, 327

disrespectful to sacred things, IV 325,

333-34

fanaticism of, III 330; IV 33

Major Tucker and, IV 410

mesmerism and, IX 27-29

wild street howlings of, XII 348

Salverte, Anne-Joseph (1771-1839):

Des Sciences occultes . . .:

on evolution, I 232

bibliog., I 523

Salzer, Dr. Leopold:

molecular psychology and, V 68

Samadhi (Sk.):

IV 566

Adepts practice Dhyana and, III 304

blissful but not Nirvana, XIV 53,

371 fn.

definitions, XI 214 fn. (250 fn.), 222

(258)

as deliverance of soul from body, III

44

highest, confers 6 transcendent

faculties, X 6

highest state of activity for human

spirit, V 338

highest state on earth for personal

soul, V 81-82

Jivanmukta has, at will, XIII 74

life-currents of Jiva and, XII 616

man's principles and, VII 289-90

or Manteia, XII 560

no conversing with Iswar during, II

467

Porphyry's description of, XIV 310

posthumous, XIV 53

reveals the invisible, II 92

true Adept forgoes, XIV 53-54

Turiya state of, XIII 58 fn.

witnesses to, XI 214-15 (250-51)

See Enlightenment; Meditation

Samanya (Sk.):

definition, IV 580

Samaritans:

Pentateuch far older than Septuagint,

XIV 182 fn.

on real Books of Moses, XIV 174

& fn., 182 fn.

repudiated Jewish canon, XIV 174

Samas:

altar to, XIII 281

or the Sun, XIII 281

Samatha Vipashyana [Sk. Samatha-

Vipayana]:

religious abstract meditation, XIV 400

zhine-lhag thong in Tibetan, XIV 400

Samavaya (Sk.):

definition, IV 580

Sama-Veda:

impure, IV 553 fn.; V 34 & fn. (63

& fn.)

bibliog., V 367

See also Vedas,-Brahmanas; ig Veda

etc.

Sambhogakaya (Sk.):

body of bliss, XIV 392 fn.

Causal or Dhyani-Buddhas, XIV 392

Dzog-pa'i-ku in Tibetan, XIV 392 fn.,

436 fn.

gnostic degrees of light and, XIII 11

impervious to all sensations, XIV

392 fn.

nature of, XI 349 fn.

works through a human Buddha, XIV

392

See also Dhyani-Buddhas; Trikaya;

Samelang:

Javanese orchestra, XIII 178

Sahitas:

Brahmanas &, cp. to Upanishads, XII

346 fn.

Indra as Arjuna in, V 305

Samis:

worm & Solomon's Temple, XI

173 fn. (181 fn.), 174 (182)

Saja

See Sanja

Sakara (Sk.):

Destroyer of Kosmic Triad, XIV 186

Sakara Vijaya:

See Anandagiri

Sakara Vijayavilasa:

See Chitsukhacharya

Samkaracharya (509-477 B.C.):

V 31 (60); VIII 142; XIV 139

allegories about, IV 266

Astral of Buddha reborn in, XIV

389-91, 393-94

Atman of, distinct from Buddha's,

XIV 390

Avatara, XIV 390-91, 393-94, 404

Barth and, V 181-82

better interpreters of Upanishads

than, XII 346

in Brotherhood of Sambhala, XIV 399

Buddhism not persecuted by, V 181-82

date of, acc. to Initiates, V 197

date of, discussed, V 176-97

direct incarnation of Siva, XIV 390

disappears at death, XIV 135 fn., 399,

404

disciple of Patajali, V 196-97

a "disguised Buddhist," XII 345

enters corpse of King Amaraka, II 217

Esoteric Buddhism & esoteric

teachings of, same, V 344

esoteric Buddhism & true teachings

of, IV 451, 567

great Dravidian Guru, XIV 399

greatest Vedantic teacher, XIV 389

Haha Yoga and, V 193

incarnation of Siva, XII 346

inscription by, at Narayan Temple, II

121

interpreter of Upanishads, XII

344 fn., 346

Karmic mystery of, death, XIV 404

& fn., 405

lived in dead Raja's body, XIV 54

Malabar customs and, V 188

middle principles of, XIV 394

more prudent than Gautama Buddha,

VI 32 fn.

Mller's speculation on, XIII 163-64

mystery of Avalokitevara & disciples

of, V 346

not founder of Vedanta, XII 344

& fn.

philosophy of, V 337-38

primitive Wisdom-Religion of, XIV

389

Purvamimasa and, IV 366

reconciled Buddha's teaching &

Brahmanism, XIV 398

saved from sorcerer by disciple, II 218

Schopenhauer and, IV 490-92

secret writings of, V 22 (51)

spiritual successors share name, V 33

(62), 179; XIV 403 fn.

as Teacher, XII 344

teachings of, need lifetime of study,

IV 546

theosophy of, & Buddha, V 100

theurgist, II 34

uses power to visit mother from afar,

II 218

Atma-Bodha:

on Brahma as only reality, V 74

on power of true insight to destroy

illusion, V 74

on seven principles, IV 582

Atmanatma-viveka:

on Vach, VI 5

Commentary on Bhagavad-Gita:

VI 12 fn.

on physical inactivity, V 338

Commentary on Brahma (or

Vedanta) Sutras:

not critical of Gautama's Buddhism,

V 182

on Parabrahman, XIV 393 & fn.

Prasnottarmala:

on women as door to hell, XIII 164

Svetavatara Upanishad

Prologue:

on Gnosis, XIV 437

Upanishad Bhashya:

Anandagiri commentator on, V 191

Vakya Sudha:

philosophy of subject & object, XII

54

bibliog., V 363, 367, 368; VI 424; XII

780

Sakaradigvijaya:

See Vidyaranya

Sakhya (Sk.):

buddhi of, differs from esoteric

meaning, X 305

Kapila and, V 31 (59)

mid-way between Vedanta &

Buddhism, III 241

Purusha & Prakriti in, III 318 fn.

school of Indian Philosophy, XII

343 fn.

Yoga & occult powers, III 403

See also Indian Philosophy; Kapila;

Vedanta

Sakhya-Karika:

on nature of Prakriti, IV 580; VII 291

bibliog., IV 664; VII 392

Samma-Sambuddha (Pali):

definition, XIV 452 fn.

remembrance of past lives and, VI

103

secret of, not in Mahavansa, V 254

Samnites:

V 212

Samothrace (Island, Aegean Sea):

Mysteries of, I 141

Samoulsamouken, King:

of Babylonia, IV 542

Sampradayas (Sk.):

commentary on the, XIII 159

Sam-Sam:

Kabalah of the Sabaeans, XIV 175-76

Sasara (Sk.):

karma & wheel of, XIII 75

Nirvana and, III 89

See under Maya; Nirvana

Sand, George (pseud. 1804-1876):

Saskara (Sk.):

Space identical with, III 406 fn.

Samson:

consecrated as Nazarite, XIV 272 fn.

Delilah &, allegory, XIV 272 fn.

hair of, XIV 261 & fn., 272 fn.

personified the Sun, VII 275 fn.

Sam-tan [Tib. bSam-gtan]:

can develop spiritual powers, XIV

400-01

aethrobacy and, II 272-73

is contemplation, XIV 400

Dhyana in Sanskrit, XIV 400

Samuel:

born on a Friday in May, V 249

Witch of Endor and, III 284

I Samuel:

VIII 195 fn.

Levite, replaced Mosaic, XIV 183 fn.

on teraphim, VII 230 fn.

II Samuel:

IX 17

on David's dance, XIV 316

Savat Era:

first year of Hindu quinquennial age,

XIV 362, 364fi5

or Savatsara, V 205, 227, 273

various dates for start of, V 230-31,

232, 257

See also Yuga(s) & specific cycles &

Savritisatya (Sk.):

Kun zab chi-den pa in Tibetan, XIV 436

relative truth, XIV 436

Samyutta-Nikaya (Pali):

XI 346 fn.

bibliog., XI 589

San Leo Castle:

Cagliostro and, XII 87 Sanhedrin:

Sanat (Sk.):

the "Ancient," XIV 187

Sanat-Kumara:

dwells in Jana-Loka, XIV 383

an "eternal youth," XIV 383

Sanchoniathon (fl. 1250 B.C.):

ancient Phoenician writer, VII 95

& fn.

on antiquity of Mysteries, XIV 274

on blood of gods & life in man, VIII

181 fn.

compiled records of Phoenician

religion V 299

on Elōhim as auxillaries of time, XIV

202

Sand, George (pseud. 1804-1876):

Characterized, XI 198

on rebirth, XI 171-42

as seeress, VI 144

Sanderson and Co.:

H.P.B.s solicitors, III 390

Statemans libel and, III 441-42

Sandracottos:

See Chandragupta

Sandyal, Krishna Indra:

Aethrobacy and, II 272-73

Sang-gyas [Tib. Sans-rgyas]:

birth date of, doubted, V 232

born on a Friday in May, V 249

Dharma Raja not incarnation of, IV

10

incarnated in Tsong-Kha-pa, IV 11-12;

XIV 427

-Panchen fully taught only the

initiated, XIV 450

previous incarnations of, & Nirvana,

V 255

reached Nirvana 20 years before

death, V 249

See also Buddha, Gautama

Sangha (Sk.):

Buddhist, cannot be re-established in

West, X 117 (123)

Sanghamitta, Princess:

Buddhist missionary, IV 16 fn.

Sangharama [Sk. Sagharama]:

place of meditation, XIV 409 & fn.

Sang-ngag [Tib. gSan-snagsl:

magnetic incantation, & Spiritualists,

VI 108

Sang-sum [Tib. gSan-gsum]:

seat of three secrets, XIV 405, 407

Sanhedrin:

Jehoshua Ben Perahiah 5th President

of, VIII 362 fn. (380 fn.)

Jesus stoned & crucified by, VIII

189 fn.

no record of Jesus rebelling against,

IV 364

Sanhedrin:

on Jeshu, IV 362 fn.

See also Talmud

Saja [Sk. Saja]:

anecdote on, XIII 8

definition, VII 276 fn.

pure spiritual conscience, XIV 261 fn.

Space same as, III 406 fn.

Sanjna (pseud.):

H.P.B.'s pen name, IX 339 fn.

Sankara Dandis [Sk. Sakara Danis]:

as Yogis, II 462

Sankara Kavi [Sk. Sakara Kavi]:

Bhoja Prabandha mentions, V 187

Sankaracharya:

See Samkaracharya

Sankaracharya of Mysore (19th C.):

adept & initiate, V 33-35 (62-63)

on phoney Hieratic Code, V 33-34 (62-63)

Pope of India, V 33 (62)

spiritual successor of first Sankara, V

33 (62)

Sankey, Ira David (1840-1908):

III 135

hymn by, I 187 fn.

Sankha:

Code of, V 32 (61)

Sankhya-Sutras (Sakhya-Sutras]:

innate deity idea in, XIV 55

San-kiea-yi-su:

on Buddha's asceticism, XI 346-47 fn.

title translated, XI 346 fn.

Sankirtan [Sk. Sakirtana]:

chanting, III 57

Sannyasi(s) (Sk.):

II 77, 453

First Section of T.S. composed of, II

499 (506)

Olcott meets a, at Karli Caves, II 488

saved a Rajah from wild elephant,

XIII 162

various types of, II 118

See also Yogi(s)

Sanskrit [Sk. Saskrita]:

Alphabet, VI 81 (90)

alphabet not derived from

Phoenician, V 298 ff.

antiquity of, V 202, 208, 302-03

Aryan-, V 216

Atlantis and, III 402

Babylonia and, IX 138

cp. to Hebrew & Egyptian, XIV

96-97, 196 fn.

of Divine origin, VII 264; XIV 96-97,

196 fn., 197, 254 fn.

easier than hieratic Egyptian, VII

112 fn.

esoteric meanings of, texts, V 207

esoteric & profane, XIII 316-17

five nasals of, II 120

imported into India, III 420

Indian chronology and, V 178-79

interpretation of, manuscripts, XIII

164, 314-17

mantrams and, IX 120

most perfect language, V 295; XIII

349

as musical notations, XIV 196 & fn.

occult significance of, XIV 96, 102,

181 fn., 196 fn.

only a half-dead language, VI 78 (87)

Orientalists and, V 198-99

pandit-schools revived by T.S., XII

306

passages, in transliterated, V 219,

307-08 & fn., 339, 340

phrases, VI 11 fn. pure, spoken only in Benares, VI

78-80 (87-89)

restored by Panini, V 303

richness of, IX 250-51

richness of terms in, III 413 fn.

root of European languages, V 199,

209

spoken in Java, III 402 fn.

Tamil &, as reliquiae, XIII 320

terms for writing, XIII 314

texts unknown to libraries, V 295

Vedic & classical, V 208

Vedic, from sacerdotal languages, V

298

verses, VI 142

will rebecome universal language, V

303

See also Universal Language

Sanskrit Sabha:

Theosophical Society and, III 2, 6-7

Sanskrit Schools:

Theosophical Society fosters, IV 159

Sanskrit Text Society:

needed Oriental scholarship, II 473-74

Sanskrita Bhashya (Sk. Saskrita

Bhasha]:

Aryan settlers marred purity of, V

303

Sanskritists:

chronological ship adrift, V 259

Max Mller etc., XIII 164

proud claims of, XIII 263

renowned, in T.S., V 32 (60)

spirit of Western, XIII 163-64

Sant' Angelo Castle (Italy):

Cagliostro and, XII 88

Saoshyant:

compared to Vishnu, XIII 127

conceived by Virgin, III 461

of Mazdeans, XIII 125

or Messiah, XIV 354

sent to save world, XIII 127

or Sosiosh, XIII 125

White House & messegers such as,

III 463

Sapinikarana (Sk.):

IX 263

Sapta Dvipas (Sk.):

or Seven Sacred Islands, XII 173 fn.

(183 fn.)

Sapta-Jihva (Sk.):

Sapta-jiva & defined, VI 191

Sapta Lokas (Sk.):

seven worlds in archaic philosophy, II

409, 414

Saptaparna (Sk.):

man cp. to, plant, XIV 394 fn.

the seven brains and, XII 694

as seven Buddhas in every Buddha,

XIV 394 fn.

See also Sevenfold Division

Saptaparna Cave:

Buddha taught Arhats in, X 71, 119

Buddha taught "seven leafed" nature

of man in, V 247 fn.

first Buddhist Synod held in, V

246 fn.

Sapta-rishi(s) (or Saptarshi) (Sk.):

as constellations, XIII 159

Hierophant of, XIV 268

seven great ishis, XIV 268

Saracens:

of Adyar, VI 55

alchemy and, XI 515 (538)

astrology and, III 193

slave trade and, XII 266-67 & fn.

Sarah:

allegorical term, XI 511 fn. (534 fn.)

Sarasavisandaresa (Ceylon):

on crime in Ceylon, IX 152

on desecration of temples, IX 153-54

Gopi Nath lecture and, IX 133

Paper of Colombo T.S., IV 284

Sarasvati (Sk.):

Ardi-Sura Anahita same as, IV

521 fn.

as female Logos, X 399

Goddess of Wisdom, XIV 157

Inventress of Sankrit, XIV 96

Sophia based on, XIV 262-63 fn.

Vahana of, VI 15

Sarat Chandra Das (1842?-1917):

XI 430

Sarcophagus:

as baptismal font in pyramid, XIV

24 fn.

corn rejuvenated from 4,000 year old,

XIV 27

Sardinia (Italy):

a colony of Atlantis, V 218

Sargent, Epes (1813-1880):

Rev. Cook and, IV 96

Fooled by medium, I 220-21

Medium fakes trance address from, IV

353

sterling character of, III 239-40

The Scientific Basis of

Spiritualism:

IV 21, 353

Highly recommended, III 239-40

bio-bibliog., III 528-30

bibliog.., IV 664

Sargon:

dated by Sayce, XIII 147-48, 266 fn.

on Hisri-Sargon, XIII 281

inscription of the Bulls by, XIII 281

King-founder of Khorsfabad, XIII 280

Master-builder , XIII 280-81

on period of, XIII 280

Saros:

a cycle, XIV 176

cycle of six, & dulges, III 149-50, 215

& fn.

See also Naros

Sarpa (Sk.):

as symbol, VII 232 fn.

Sarparaji (Sk.):

Queen of the Serpents, I 277

Sarva Sunya (Sk.):

as void, IX 59

Sarva Vipayas (Sk.):

Omnipresent Spirit, II 208

Sarvabhutantaratma (Sk.):

or Inner Soul, VI 9-10

Saryati:

Manu's fourth son, XIV 247

Sassoon, Albert A.D. (1818-1893):

bargains for phenomena, VI 311

Sastras (Sk.):

Adepts' help needed to know, V 100

importance of learning, V 68

on Moksha, XIV 374-75

are mutually conflicting, IV 426

Satris study, all their life, V 31 fn.

(59 fn.)

Sastris (Sk.):

V 31 (59)

definition, V 31 fn. (59 fn.)

Sat (Sk.):

Absolute, ever-invisible, X 336

as Be-ness, X 315; XIV 189

is Be-ness & cause of Becoming, VI

207

definitions, VIII 57-58 (79), 111, 368

(387-88); X 315

as Eheieh, VIII 147

essence, IV 450

Maya an aspect of, X 327

personality must be killed to become,

VIII 201 fn.

resembles Ain-Soph, XIV 189

untranslatable, XIV 188

See also Absolute Existence; Be-Ness

Sat B'hai:

secret organization in India, I 311,

407, 435

Satan:

as "adversary," XII 48-49

Ahriman same as, XIV 322

Angels of, XIV 322, 327, 335-36

anthropomorphized, XIII 239-40

Black Magic and, XIII 256-57

Carducci on, IV 58-59 q.

Chaotic matter, XII 49

Christian must believe in, III 277-78

Cosmic Anarchist, XII 50

divine spark in, XII 51

a Draco-volans, XIII 271

is egotism & human passions, VIII 58

(80)

E.S. students warned against

coalescing with, XII 639-40

as Fallen Angel or Lucifer, XIV

314-15, 317

followers of, acc. to Church, XIV 104

former Prince of the Air, XIII 271

God and, X 148-51

God &, within man, XII 47

grandiose, of Milton, Byron & Hugo,

XII 47-52

in "History," XIII 239-40, 257, 271

Horns of, in Kabalistic symbolism,

XII 623

Host of, ace. to Roman Church, XII

205

ideal synthesis of discord, XII 51

"immortal in," meaning, XII 637

incarnate Protest, XII 51

in Isaiah's vision, XIII 58 & fn.

Jehovah and, IX 17-18

Kosmos in power of, VIII 16, 148

Lēvi on death and, III 292 et seq.

Logos and, X 149

Lucifer mistaken for, X 236

masquerades at sances, XIV 164 fn.

Mazdean, XIII 123-33

Mephisto of Goethe & Ahriman of

Byron, XII 48-49

Mercury and, III 187

Michelet calls, "Great Disinherited,"

XII 48

Milton anthropomorphized, XII 48

necessity of, for Church, II 195

not Prince of the World, XIV 164 fn.

Pan as, or Baphomet, IV 263

Peter and, IX 206 (228)

power of, & miracles, II 194 ]

di Raulica on, IX 17

rebellious angel, XII 47

role of, in healing, IV 382-83

salvation of, XII 50

is Saturn, Saviour & Jehovah, XIV

339

as Serpent or Dragon, XIV 284, 338

& fn.

a Son of God, IX 363 fn. (391 fn.); X

108-09, 150; XIII 101 & fn.

Theosophists don't believe in, IV 298

See also Devil; Lucifer

Satanism:

VIII 18

St. Cyprian denounces, XIV 163-66

Pagans accused of, XIV 71-72, 338

rival heresies always accused of, XIV 104

Satanic host and, XIV 165, 322-23

of superstition, VIII 51 (73)

Satapatha-Brahmana:

Arjuna and, V 305

on precession, XIV 362

on sacrifice, VIII 208

bibliog., V 367; VIII 415

See also Brahmanas & other Vedic

scriptures

Sata-rupa:

Hindu Eve, XIV 188

Satire:

more cruel than Medusa & blind as

Themis, II 210

Satthiovartamans:

misrepresents Olcott's work, IV 90

Sattva (Sk.):

definition, IV 581

Great Ones beyond, V 339

personification of, IV 367

Rajas & Tamas, XII 524-25 diag.

See also Guna(s); Rajas; Tamas

Saturday Review:

VIII 31; XI 437 fn.

H.P.B. responds to criticism of, X 295

libelous article in, VI 58

on maltreatment of circus children,

XII 286

tasteless literary critics of, VII 306

bibliog., VI 451

Saturn:

altar to Ao, XIII 281

emasculates Uranus, XIII 31 fn.

"Father of Gods," XIV 334

Jehovah &, in Kabalistic numerals,

XIV 44 fn.

Jewish Jehovah, XIV 113, 316, 326

Messiah & conjunction of, & Jupiter,

XIV 153

Mikael is spirit of, & Sun etc., XIV

338 & fn.

Occultism & cycle of, XIV 27

presiding Angel of, XIV 113, 338

Sabbath is, -day, XIV 113, 338

as Satan in Church, XIV 338-39

Saturday sacred to, XII facing 532;

XIII 239

or Zeruan as emblem of time, XIV

176

Saturninus (fl. Ist C. A.D.):

XII 570

on angels as 7 Planetary Regents,

XIV 113, 209

of Antioch as Asian Gnostic, XIV 113

founder of Syrian Gnosis, XII 579

on "Saturn" as God of Jews, XIV 113

stigmatized by Latin Church, XIV 70

biog., XIV 567

Saturn-Kronos:

mutilated by Jupiter, VIII 367 (387)

Satya (Sk.):

or Paramartha in Madhyamika

Buddhism, X 347

Satya Loka (Sk.):

Vasishtha's "robe" in, V 156-57 fn.

Satya (or Krita) Yuga (Sk.):

age of purity, XIV 249, 356-57

astrological configuration during, XIV

357

or Golden Yuga, XIV 357

Kalpas, Rounds and, XIII 303

a perfect square, V 30 (59)

rise & fall of, VI 117

Star Rishis and, XIV 334

See also Golden Age; Yuga(s)

Satyrs:

Fauns &, of "Summerland," XII 194

& fn.

sing in St. Cyprian's vision, XIV 164

& fn.

Saucer:

phenomena of broken, VI 416-17

Saul:

Witch of Endor and, III 284

Sauramanam Year(s):

date of Buddha's absolute nirvana in,

V 256

length of, V 261

Savage, Rev. Minot Judson (1841-1918):

on Free Religionist O.B. Frothingham,

IV 80-81

Savages:

cycles of civilizations and, II 335

sparks of truth in fetishism of, XII

347

Savakots:

Russian rule ,and, II 356

Savalette de Lange (?-1788):

left MSS. to Masons, XII 84 fn.

Philalethes Lodge treasurer, XII 82

biog., XII 778

Sava[m] Aaucha[m] (Sk.):

necromantic rites of, V 34 (63)

Sama-Veda and, V 34 (63)

Sava-sadhana (Sk.):

tantrik rite, IV 615

Saviour(s):

all, from one seed, XIV 371

Christ or Apollo as, XIV 318

cycle of 4320 years and, XIV 353

definition, XI 229 (265)

emblematic life of World-, XIV 353

esoteric, is Divine Principle not a

man, VIII 173

or "good shepherds," XIV 287

of Humanity, IV 419-20

Jesus not the only, XIV 143, 159, 287

Mother Mary symbolism and, XIV

292

only, is our karma, XII 584

real, never pose as Messiahs, XII 262

Root of all, XIV 142

on scale of the twelve, XIII 9, 22

"Son of Man" as, XIV 81, 287

Twelve, in First Mystery, XIII 12, 28

of Twins or Manas, XIII 9-10

we are our own, III 242

See also Redeemer; Redemption;

Salvation

Saxon, Mr.:

critical of Olcott's defence of Eddys, I

189

Sayanacharya (fl. 14th C.):

error of, regarding Vedas, II 113

great Vedic commentator, V 192

on ig-Veda verse, IV 547 fn.

on Sakara as Avatara of Siva, XIV

390

bio-bibliog., V 381

Sayce, Prof, A.H. (1845-1933):

XIV 6

claims key to cuneiform tablets, XIV

4, 6

paleographer & Assyriologist, XIII 147

on post-dating remains of antiquity,

XIII 146 fn.

proud claims of, XIII 263 & fn.

Smith's Ancient History . . . ed. by,

XIV 72 fn.

Hibbert Lectures:

XIII 148

on Babylonian Creation, XIV 204

on Elōhim, XIV 198

on modern Assyriologists, XIV 4

Lectures . . . on Ancient

Babylonians:

XIII 101-02 & fn., 266 fn.

Assyriologist higher than Initiate,

XIII 91

bio-bibliog., X 426-27

bibliog., XIV 567

Sbarbaro:

on Freemasonry, IV 59

Scepticism:

reason for public, IV 4

Schaff, Philipp (1819-1893):

A History of Creeds . . .

on Eastern Orthodox confession, X 189

bibliog., X 427

Scharlieb, Dr. Mary (1845-1930):

H.P.B.'s health and, XI 388

on weak heart of H.P.B., VI 338

Scheele, Karl Wilhelm (1742-1786):

secret student of occultism, IV 217

bio-bibliog., IV 664

Scheffer:

on odd butterfly markings, IV 350

Scheibner, Prof.:

III 15

mathematician of Leipzig University,

III 236

Schelling, F.W.J. von (1775-1854):

on identity of subject & object, II 95

on life, VI 350

on magic, III 254

Nature philosophy of, XIII 311

on Prometheus & Pandora myths, IX

267, 269

Schenkel, Daniel (1813-1885):

theological scholar, VI 152

bio-bibliog., VI 444

Scheol:

See Sheol

Schewitsch, Helene von (1845-1911):

I 408, 415

biog., I 436

Schiller, J.C.E von (1759-1805):

admired Cagliostro, XII 79

on truth & the mind, IX 60

Schlagintweit, Emil (1835-1904):

II 474

learned Orientalist, XIV 400 fn.

perplexities of, XIV 433, 440

Buddhism in Tibet:

XIV 436 fn.

on Arhat, XIV 438

on Buddhas' generic name, XIV

403 fn.

on Human Buddhas, XIV 403

on Kadampa sect, XI 430

on Lha's & Bardo state, VI 104

misrepresents Sakti, XIV 400 fn.

misrepresents Tibetan Mysticism, XIV

440-41

on mystery of sky-born casket, XIV

441 & fn.

on Nagarjuna's quest, XIV 285

on number of Buddhists, IX 144 fn.

on Prasanga Buddhism, XIV 438

on secret rite of Chod, XIV 406 fn.

seven gifts of Initiate, XIV 400 fn.

bio-bibliog., XI 589-90

bibliog., II 544; VI 444; IX 453; XIV

567

Schlegel, C W.F. von (1772-1829):

Philosophic de l'histoire:

on seven planets of Pymander, VIII

20

bibliog., VIII 474

Schleiermacher, Fredrich (1768-1834):

On Religion . . .:

on Spinoza, XIII 308 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XIII 401

Schlemihl, Peter:

II 173

Schliemann, Heinrich (1822-1890):

ancient fusaiole found by, VIII

143 fn.

svastika and, II 144

treasures exhumed at Mycenae, XIV

21

on Troy, XIII 227

Troja:

antiquity of man in, XIII 146 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 567-68

Schlosser, EC. (1776-1861):

XIV 466

bio-bibliog., XIV 568

Schmidt, Carl (1868-1938):

German translator of Pistis-Sophia,

XIII 3, 401-02

bio-bibliog., XIII 401-02

Schmidt, LJ. (1779-1847):

Geschichte der Ost-Mongolen:

on spirits of Central Asia, XIV 20-21

Ssanang-Ssetzen

Chungtaidschi . . .:

on seven gifts won by Initiate, XIV

400 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 568-69

Schmiechen, Hermann:

paints portraits of Masters, VI xxxii

Scholar(s):

assumptions of, need proof, XIV 6

deny Esotericism of Scriptures, XIV

3, 12

great, not free of bias, XIII 152

ignorant of ancients, XIII 146-47,

262-64

misdate advent of science, XIII 147

most, are conceited, XIV 2-3, 13

School of Initiation:

W.Q. Judge on key to degrees of, IX

162 & fn.

Schools:

of Prophets, still extant, I 302-03

psychological training, I 267

Schopenhauer, Arthur (1788-1860):

V 294; VIII 124

drew on heathen sources, XIII 92

helps to understand Theosophy, I 332

intuitive realization of, X 350

maya and, X 328

on non-retaliation of Socrates, etc.,

VIII 46-47

theories cp. to Indian, XIV 413,

414 fn.

Will and, VIII 119

Will & World of, similar to Vedanta,

IV 490-92

Parerega and Paralipomena:

denied reality of Matter, XIV 414

ideas on Will, XIV 413-14

ber das Sehen and die Farben:

IV 490

bibliog., IV 664

Schpffer, Prof.:

denies heliocentric system, III 39, 312

Schtze, Ernst:

"forged" Mahatma letters and, XI

405-06

studied handwriting of H.P.B. &

Masters, VII 337 fn.

Schuyler, Mr.:

reporter on autrocities of Bashi-

Bazouks, I 255

Schwartz, F.L W. (1$21-1899):

Der Ursprung der

Mythologie . . . :

XI 513 fn. & q. (536 fn. & q.)

bibliog., XI 590

Schwartze, Moritz G. (1802-1848):

Coptic text & Pistis-Sophia of, XIII 8

q., 33 q., 37 q.

tr. Pistis-Sophia into Latin, XIII 2-4,

33-34, 402 bio-bibliog., XIII 402

Schwartzenberg, Prince (1809-1885):

effigy burnt near Prague, I 260

biog., I 523

Schweinfurt, Rev.:

missionary, XII 348

Schweinfurth, Georg August (1836-1925):

on missing links, III 41

Schweitzer, Bogdan Y. (1816-1874):

estimated area of Russia, II 357 & fn.

bio-bibliog., II 544

Sciatica:

flute music soothes, IV 164

Science(s):

of adepts, V 23 (51)

Adepts and, XIII 313-14

admits facts of Occultism in time, IX

122

age of, rather unscientific, III 358-59

of alchemy, VII 75

analytical method of, XII 359-60

of Ancient Wisdom, XIII 138, 228,

313-14

ancients knew present, XIII 86-87,

262, 276 fn.

animal magnetism and, XIII 345-46

apparatus unknown to, IV 112

astrognosical, XIII 293

astrology & psychology exact, XIV

138 fn.

on atoms, XII 410

authority of, used in S.D., XIV 461

based on chips of Theosophy, XIII

84, 92

bias & prejudice of, XIV 2-3, 5, 16,

23, 121

blindness of modern, VIII 278

can't explain rationale of phenomena,

VII 70

charlatanry in modern, XII 219

Christianity opposes, IV 501

comparison of old & new, XIII 88-91,

225-26, 245, 313, 331

conceit of exact, XII III, 217-19, 352,

359, 388

conjectural, V 224, 225, 226

contact of, & metaphysics creates

disturbance, II 110

of Correspondences veil Truth, XIV

62

on cradle of humanity, XIII 330-31

dangerous discoveries of, IV 601 fn.

deals in inferences, XI 303

deceit in, IX 37

definition, VIII 13

Didymi of, XII 111, 354

of discerning spirits, I 139

discoveries of, anticipated by ancients,

III 141

Divine, transformed into Sorcery, XIV

86, 103

divisibility of matter and, IV 216

does not rebuild, II 182

does not remove causes of evil, IX

102

dogmas & idealistic school of, VII 79

on dogmatism of, XII 123, 133

dogmatism of, being overcome, IX

122

Eastern books & mysteries of, XIV

45, 87-88

on electricity, light & heat, XII 265

on end of solar system, II 483 et seq.

enriches wealthy not poor, XI 233

(270)

every, has three aspects, XI 509-10

(532-33)

evidence of, on phenomena, III 233 et

seq.

on evolution, VIII 33-36, 120

exact, originated from temples, V 163

exoteric & esoteric, XI 220 (256)

experimental research and, XIII 215,

245-46

explanation as "Soul" of, XIII 215

first law of Sacred, VIII 59 (81)

on flunkeys of, XIII 144-45, 150

Fourth dimension and, VII 85-86

French Academy of, condemns

Mesmerism, XII 218

Rev. Frothingham on, II 103

full of prejudice, III 223

future of Spiritualism depends upon

help of honest, II 159

gradual discoveries of, II 398

Hierophants had all, XIV 8

how to refute prejudice of, XIII 148,

245

hypotheses of, XI 231-32 (267-68)

iconoclasm of, I 243

ideal of true, XIII 143, 226, 246

ignorance and, III 357-58

ignorant of how matter formed, XII

135, 354-58

inconsistent, VII 252

Initiation is true, XIV 255, 309 fn.

intuition generates many discoveries

in, X 350

of life, VIII 168

logic & Truth, IV 569

marriage of, & religion, XII 307

materialism of, losing ground, IV 309-10

materialistic, is woolgathering, XIII

154

Materialistic, & Spiritualism, XII

124-25, 198

matter & force boundary uncertain to,

IV 215

mechanical & animalistic, XIII 139,

150

mere protistae, VIII 54 (76)

mocks truth, XIV I-2

modern, & knowledge of ancients, I

116; XII 351-52

mysteries of nature may be revealed

to, XI 339

mysticism forcing its way into, II 418

Natural, on God & Universe, XII

56-57

natural, psychological & moral, VIII

13

nebular theory & archaic doctrine,

XIV 87

needs more "scientific imagination,"

XII 133

nepotism and, V 343

not exact, III 223; IV 211

occult teachings and, VII 77

offshoots of true Raja Yogis', XI 235

(271)

often confused, III 39

one of occult keys and, VIII 103

Oriental psychical, II 396

overstepping its legitimate realm, XII

350-51

Paracelsus considered a quack by, XII

215

poisonous gas of Western, XI 393

a Potter's Field of exploded

superstitions, I 221

pre-Christian, cp. to modern, XII 390

prejudices of, I 221-22

proceeds by inductive methods, VII 78

progress of, XII 29, 41, 115, 217-19,

315-16, 388

purity of Science of, XIV 309 fn.

on pursuit of "Facts" and, XI 331

pyramids & principles, XIV 24 fn.

reasoned knowledge the only exact, X

165

rejected by Theologians, XIV 228

rejects ancient records on man's

origin, XIV 23

rejects idea of life-principle, XII 134,

355, 410

religion &, are one, X 171-72

religion vs., & clergy, IV 326

research of, applied, XII 390

"revealed" at every Round, V 280

sacred, in days of Moses, VII 240

sacred, of Rig-Veda, IX 251 fn.

Sacred, universal, XI 174 (181)

of Sciences, or magic, II 32

scientists and, I 221, 384-85; III 226

scorns occult knowledge, III 253

self-doomed by acceptance of only 5

senses, XII 115, 135

Shakespeare's, VIII 13

should proceed from known to

unknown, IV 294

sorcerers of, VIII 102

of spirit trustworthy, III 473

superstitions of Hindus and, XII

143-44

syllogisms & deductions of, XI 209

teaches only effects of evil, IX 102

testimony of ancients and, XIII 226,

276 & fn., 313-14

The Secret Doctrine and, XII 234, 265

theology &, in conflict with

Spiritualism, II 182-83

Theology & Occultism, I 128

Theosophists hold true, above all, IV

599

Theosophy an ally of honest, II 103

Theosophy & modern, XII 350-52

on threshold of quasi-occult

discoveries, IV 489

true theories of, not new, XIII 88

true vs. pseudo, XII 124

truths accepted by, XII 56, 124,

350-52

Tyndall says, powerless, XIV 10 fn.

universal, & cyclic return of ideas, XI

117 (130)

Universal, or occultism, III 268

unsavory methods of, VII 78-79

unsympathetic to occultism, VIII 336

uses theurgic magic under new names,

XII 214

"Wand" of, XII 199

will recognize occult phenomena, III

93

world's debt to, immense, II 103

See also Occult Science; Secret

Science

Scientific:

abuse of Nature's forces, XII 226

charlatans, XII 219, 225-26, 265

claims, XII 317

Darwinian & Haeckelian evidence is

only, theory, XI 303

gravity and, XII 327 fn.

speculations on fakirs, XII 321-27

preconceptions of, & truth, II 157

Scientific American:

account of human volcano in, V

101-02

Langley on radiant energy, IV 221

& fn.

on states of matter, IV 223

on survival of soul, II 155-56

bibliog., V 386

Scientific Arena:

on force as immaterial substance, VIII

318-23, 326-28

Scientist(s):

attitude of, to spiritualistic

phenomena, VII 76, 78

on causes of phenomena, VII 71

charged with humbug, XIII 141-42

conceit & blind materialism of, XIII

152-54, 262

data as uncertain as that of

Spiritualist, I 230

discoveries of, may be turned into

Black Magic, IX 123

Divine Fire and, XIII 355

in error because they are men, II

311

fable of Eden and, XII 330

formerly students of magic, VII 252

genuine, XII 139, 143-45, 226

genuine & veneered, cp., IX 122

impede psychological knowledge, VII

71

infallibility questioned, XIII 138,

143-44, 153, 245, 335-36

Kabalistic, of 19th C., XIV 225-26

lead in mental not spiritual progress,

IX 122

Masters of often help, IX 122-23

mere pigmies today, IX 113

modern Philistines, XII 139

must not be forced to admit

Occultists truths, IX 123

narrow-mindedness of, II 278

negate ancient wisdom, XIII 138,

255-27

not Philalethians, XIV 13

not science itself, I 384

often mistaken, VII 83

outstanding & mediumistics

phenomena, III 107, 233

preconceptions of, & truth, II 157

prejudiced, I 210-11, 215 et seq., 221,

232-33

proverb on, XIII 90

reacting against Church, XIII 139

are runaways, I 109

Sciolism & true Science, IV 308-09

scorns Magic, XIV 31

Scotland Yard tactics resorted to, VII 78

should investigate any new

phenomenon, I 385

some, acknowledge phenomenon, III

112, 233 et seq.

some, generate semi-mystical systems,

XIV 225-26

some, long for restoration of

Mysteries, XIV 134

some, unconscious sorcerers, XIV 30

as specialist, XIII 245

succumb to spiritualism, II 149-50,

157-58

unable to give up dogmas, VII 77

unable to study occultism, VII 70-71

war among, regarding Spiritualism, II

150 et seq.

well-known, recognize phenomena, II

36

of West & Aryan Arhat Science,VI 125

Scin-lac:

spectral form, evocation of, I 171

& fn.

Sciolism:

II 169; IV 308-09

Scorpio:

as Chrēstos, XIV 155

as Hebrew synonym for, XIV 284

as Mars-Lupa, XIV 155

reproductive functions and, XI 44

sign in Patala rite, XIV 284

symbolism of, VIII 150, 202

Scorpion-Bite:

Psychological cures and, III 36 etseq.

Scots Observer:

on Tolstoy, XII 243, 245, 249

Scotsman:

A. Forbes on missionaries, II 393

Monier-Williams on Buddhism, IX

142 et seq.

Scott, Rev. T.G.:

Denies Indian missions are failures, II

364-64, 393

on question of future punishment, II

365

Scott, Sir W. (1771-1832):

on mutual help, IX 129 q.

Scriptores Historiae Augustae:

Appolonius vision of Aurelian, XIV

135-36 fn.

Scripture(s):

always symbolical, VIII 178

Angeology in Roman Catholic, XIV

339-40

Chinese & Tibetan, some legendary,

VI 100

Eastern, used septenary principle, XIV

45

Hebrew, a compilation, XIV 39, 170

194

Hebrew & hidden signs, I 115

Holy Spirit adapts, XIV 194

Jewish, cp., to Gospels, XIV 16

mines of truths when interpreted, VIII

180

minstralated, XIV 146-47

not the work of mortal man, VIII 203

universal mystery-languange known by

obscure students of, VIII 180

World, key in Eastern Occultism, XIV

3, 12

See also Jewish Scriptures & specific

scriptures

Scrutator:

term analysed, I 327

Sculpture:

as eloquence, X 241

of Futurity medallion, X 241

Scythians:

Asiatic & Turanians, XIII 333

Cuneiform attributed to, XIII 333

a generic name, XIII 333-34

Hippocrates on appearance of, XIII 334

older than Egyptians, XIII 333

racial origins of, XIII 334-35

Scytho-Tartar(s):

Ethiopians and, XIII 333

origins, XIII 333

race & Turanian Chaldees, XIII 333

Sea, Inland:

Gobi Desert and, III 402, 420, 422

on Tibetan plateau, IV 263

Sea Shells:

electricity and, III 25-26

Seal of Solomon:

real Occult Hexagon, XIV 103

Sances:

danger from elementaries in, IX 107

danger of possession during, XIV

487-92

deplete vitality of sitters, IX 107

held by priests for conversion, XIV 30

rope knots tied during, I 314-15

testing Wm. Eglinton, III 143-46

Seasons:

Bhagavad Gita on the, XIV 364-65

Solstice & Equinocial, XIV 362-65

See also Cycle(s); Equinoxes;

Precession; Solar Year; Solstices

Seba:

Aramean orogin of term Sabian, IX

137

Sebastian, Saint:

Cemetery of, & svastika, II 144

Secchi, Father Pietro A. (1818-1878):

V 156; XIV 225

Lunit della forze fiziche:

on agents in space, VII 56

bio-bibliog., VII 392-93

bibliog.., XIV 569

Secrecy:

Enjoined upon Peebles by Brahmans,

I 305

may not be broken, VIII 262

privacy &, in study of phenomena, I

393

reason for occult, VII 59 (81)

reasons for Oriental practice of, V

333-34

T.S. work and, I 395; II 494-95 (502);

IV 600 fn.

uses theurgic magic under new names,

XII 214

Wand of, XII 199

why, required, XII 585, 600-03

See also Esotericism; Hierophants;

Occultism; Pledge of Esoteric

Section

Secret Doctrine:

all Adepts share, XIV 93, 174

antiquity of, XIV 269-70

Aryan traditions of, XIV 174

Bible esoterically is part of, XIV 67

In Books of Thoth, XIV 39

Buddha taught, XIV 285, 460-61

didnt die with Mysteries, XIV 269

direct teachings of, now given out, IV

404

echoed in Kalevala, X 143 et seq.

first instructors of, XIII 236

forces of Nature are Deity of, XIV

184

heavenly creation first in, XIV 205

Hebrew Matthew a, work, XIV

149-50

irrefragable proofs of, XIII 313-14

Kabalists accepts bulk of, XIV 328

Key to Buddhism in, IV 404

must survive apart from Adepts of,

XIV 33

on Mystic Cube, XIV 187

persecuted fro ages, XIV 269

premises a universal Essence, XIV 185

principles & vehicles of, XIV 209

& fn.

processes of infinite and, XI 435

reasons for secrecy of, XIV 47-59

on reconstruction of Universe, XIV

236-37

seven keys to, XIV 183

source of Hindu & Buddhist

Pantheons, XIV 403

Survived in East, XIV 33, 268-69

on task of evolution, XIV 303

term for Eternal Verity, XI 398

truth & fact basis of, XIV 199

Universal Science in, XIV 26, 33

Will be vindicated, XIV 27

Witnesses of, XIV 45-46, 112, 174, 269

Zohar a veil of, XIV 220

See also Esoteric Doctrine; Gupta-

Vidya; Occult Doctrine; Wisdom-

Religion

The Secret Doctrine:

See Blavatsky, H.P.

Secret Knowledge of East:

more, depends on T.S. in America,

XII 596

See also Buddhism; Eastern School of

Theosophy; Gupta Vidya; Hinduism;

Jainas; Oriental; Oriental Literature

Secret Retreats:

preserve history of world, VII 93

Secret Science:

among ancients, III 186

among ancients & in Tibet, III 186

colleges for neophytes of, I 103

Gupta-Vidya is a, XI 212 (248)

or magic, III 266

practiced by Church, VII 251-52

sacred and, II 199

See also Occult Science; Occultism

etc.

Secret Wisdom:

Arhats carried, beyond Himalayas, X

71

See also Esoteric Doctrine; Gupta-

Vidya; Occult Doctrine; Veil of Isis;

Wisdom-Religion

Secrets:

of occult sciences to be defended with

one's life, II 499 (506)

of Past, soon to be uncovered, V 259

See also Mysteries; Occult; Symbolic

Methods

Sect(s):

Arya Samaj is a, IV 66-67

Buddhist, of Japan & China, VI 96

Christian, as power-seeking

institutions, III 134

conflicting, & creeds lead to wars, IV

500

dancing by Christian, III 205

definition, IV 66

of India, due to ignorance, VI 147

occult, guilty of heresies, I 104

Protestant, VIII 271, 175

Theosophical Society not a, IV 67

See also Creed(s); Dogma(s); Heretics;

Sectarianism

Sectarian Meditation:

is limited, IX 170

Sectarianism:

bigotry &, in T.S., IV 473

greatest curse in the world, IV 305

See also Dogmatism; Orthodoxy

Sectarians:

opposed Jesus & Buddha, XIV 395-96

Sections of Theosophical Society:

See Theosophical Society

Secular Review:

IX 53

on corruption in London, VIII 265-66

Secularism:

Annie Besant and, XII 296

Secularists:

discussed, XI 332 et seq., 410, 439

Sedecla (Witch of Endor):

rationale of her evocation, III 284

witch or wise-woman, XII 312

Seed:

all Saviours from one, XIV 371

of spiritual wisdom & Globes, VI

267-68

Seed-Manus:

Root-Manus and, IV 577 '8; X 371

See also Manu(s)

Seer(s):

among Yanadis, IV 289-90

ancient, saw astral pictures of gods

fade, IX 102

contemplation helps create, XIV 401

definition, III 437

dreams and, X 259

ecstatic, III 284

Elōhists called, XIV 183

entranced, symbolized by Phineus, X

209 fn.

generations of trained, I 267

a great, compiled Book of Enoch,

XIV 80-81

Higher Ego is the, XII 367

how to become a true, XII 371-72

initiated, a vast organized body, III

472-73

may confuse mystic states, XIV 52

notic & terrestrial, XII 371

only men & thus imperfect, X 169

reason for self-deception of, X 361

seeing stars in aura, XII 678

some natural-born, in Europe &

America, IV 39

Thong-lam-pa is Tibetan for, XIV 401

trained, on elementals, I 268

untrained, not trustworthy, VI 137

visions of, III 437

who & where are the, I 289, 303

See also Prophets; Seership; Sybil(s);

Swedenborg etc.

Seeress of Prevorst (Friederike Hauffe,

1801-1829):

rare & precocious evolution of, V 144

visions of, XII 372

Seership:

condition of true, XII 371-72

not mediumship, XII 371

spiritual, contrasted with sensuous

perceptions, VI 144

true, VI 334

untrained, insufficient to know

esoteric truth, VI 132-33

See also Prophecy; Sibylline

Prophecy

Seervai, Mr.:

resigns from Bombay T.S., II 480

Seguers, Archbishop:

on miracles, III 275 et seq.

Selden, John (1584-1654):

VII 236-37

De diis Syriis:

on planets' names, XIV 326-27

on teraphim as "Syrian Deities," VII

233 & fn., 234 fn.

The Fabulous Gods . . . [tr.]:

VII 233 fn.

on Greek Stoicheia cp. to Hebrew

Teraphims, VII 234 fn.

bio-bibliog., VII 393

Selēnē:

related to Helion, XI 97

Seleucidae:

V 236

Seleucus, Leucius Charinus (fl. 3rd C.):

disciple of Manichaeus, XIV 150

Jerome claimed, falsified Matthew, IX

203 fn. (225 fn.)

original Matthew and, IX 203 fn.

(225 fn.)

rewrote Matthew, VIII 215

wrote "false" Acts of Apostles, VIII

236; XIV 150

Seleucus Nicator, King of Syria

(365-280 B.C.):

V 242

Self:

Alaya's, is divine compassion, XII 114

all contained in, XIV 260

animal, & its conquest, VIII 134

arrow as the, XIII 74

changeless, IV 253

civilization a slave to, & things, XII

311

collective, replaces Individual, XIV

432-33

-created Logos, XIV 218 & fn.

Deity within, XIV 54

divine inner, best guide, III 73

effects of betraying divine, XI 119

(132)

forget, in working for others, VII 173

on freed Spiritual, XIV 409-10

future of, IV 255

individualism and, XI 151-52

inner, & devachanee, X 262

Inner, & its powers, II 37

inner, holiest of temples, III 73

knower of, XIII 55-56 & fn.

-knowledge, XII 450

knowledge of, & wisdom, IX 162

limits man, VIII 305

man must know true, XIII 129

Master-, IX 257

as Master of body, XII 62

merged in Universal, XIV 401

Moses met Divine, XIV 69

not-, and, IX 139

not to be thought of in Space &

Time, XII 528

the One, III 422-23; IX 167

the One, & our self, XI 104-05

personal I or, XII 47, 367

personal & individual, & universal, VI 111

personal, & selfishness, IX 36

personal, linked to body, IX 256

pledged to divine, XIII 172

pure, rarely stays near Earth after

death, VI 101-02

ig-Veda on Divine, XIV 259-60

sacrifice of, for others, XII 61-62, 450

search for divine, object of every

mystic, II 92

Selves and, XIII 130

snake of, & disciple, VIII 127

soporific influence of personal, VII 309

Sun a symbol of, XIV 260

sun and, IX 400K

true, impersonal, VIII 96

See also Atma-Buddhi-Manas; Ego(s);

Higher Self; Individuality; Lower

Self; Self-Consciousness; Self-

Knowledge etc.; Selves

Self-Abnegation:

only possible through self-knowledge,

XI 50

Self-Centredness:

root of misery, VIII 127

Self-Consciousness:

as embodiment of universal mind, XII

137, 365

hearafter and, III 295 fn.

Ladd on unifying actus of, XII 353

no physical basis for, XII 353

proceeds from Higher Manas, XII 353

purest form of, VIII 96

Vikara or, XII 630

will and, XII 357

Self-Control:

mediumship and, VI 224-25

produces ecstasy, XIV 54

by Yoga, II 76

Self-Culture:

Theosophy teaches mutual-culture

before, VII 160

Self-Deception:

conviction of constant, 1st step on

Path, VIII 108

Self-Development:

real esoteric, is action, XI 469

safer than reliance on external powers,

X 96

See also Individualism; Self-Culture;

Self-Discipline; Self-Reliance

Self-Discipline:

results of, I 299

Self-Existence:

definition, IX 98

Deity or, IX 168

Self-Forgetfulness:

greatest virtue, V 18 (46)

See also Compassion; Forgiveness;

Selflessness; Self-Sacrifice;

Unselfishness

Self-Gratification:

loss of discernment and, IX 259

Self-Knowledge:

Delphic injunction on, XIII 129

how, attained, VIII 108

Path to, XIII 40, 55-56 & fn.

Self-Preservation:

a retrograde policy, X 74

Self-Reliance:

essential in treading the Path, XII 236

fostered by answering one's own

questions, XII 495-96

an object of E.S., XII 495-96

Self-Sacrifice:

foremost virtue of Theosophy, XIII 97

of Initiates for truth & mankind, XI

100 fn.

spirit of love, XI 149, 154-SS

Selfishness:

after-death states and, IV 189

Age of, X 86; XIII 130-33

ambition &, as curses, IV 419

befouls divine Truth, XII 597

to be opposed, VII 147

is begetter of 7 mortal sins, XIII 128

cause of all sin & sorrow, XII 538

of civilization, X 81

conceit of Theosophists and, X 94

a conventional conspiracy, XII 34

definitions, VI 242, 264

degrees of, XI 149

ferocious, cause of starvation, X 75,

120

fostered by most prayers, XIV 42

Haha-yoga as distilled, VII 160

Koot Hoomi on, X 77-78 fns.

led to veiling of Mysteries, XIV 249

Maha-Chohan on, X 80

Maya and, VI 243-44

mother of all human vices, IX 36

must be conquered, XI 105

never leads to happiness, XI 169

of nineteenth century, XI 121 (134)

patriotism and, X 200

Personal Existence and, is source of

sorrows, XIV 432

personality and, VI 264; XI 197

Power abused by human, XIV 40-41,

249

prejudice and, XI 466

prevents Initiation, XIV 309 & fn.

rebel against Nature, XII 68

results from fear of God, IV 498

results of suppression of, XII 537-38

of Roman Catholic clergy, XIV 28-31

social life based on, VIII 139

spiritual forces cannot be used with,

IX 156

transforms spiritual into psychic, IX

157

true knowledge and, XIV 1, 40-41,

249

truth hidden by impassable wall of,

IX 36

Western, is ferocious, IX 288

wrong motives in morality lead to, IV

497

of Yogis & hermits, XI 218 (254),

343-44 & fn., 346-51 fn.

See also Egotism; Self-Preservation

Selflessness:

essence of life, VIII 126

helping only those who think like us

is not, XI 466

Selger, Dr.:

photographer at Katie King sance, I 81

Selishtoch (Russia):

primitive man at, II 261

Selves:

or Egos not eternal, X 328

inner, & after-death conditions, VI

101-02

strong inner, of rare individuals, VII

309

Semelē:

Cadmus and, VII 220

Semen:

pneuma of, & stars analogous, VII

239 fn.

Semigradye:

seven Hungarian towns, II 411

Semiramis (Syrian Goddess):

hanging gardens of, XII 310

Semites:

cradle of, V 224

Cushites and, XIII 330

See also Arabs; Jews

Semitic:

cult of Astoreth, VIII 306-10

Sen, Keshub Chunder (1838-1884):

Brahmo Samaj of, IV 109-11

degrades the Almighty, IV 326

juggling tricks of, IV 439 et seq.

mellifluous, IV 77

plays female role, IV 327

ridiculous claims of, IV 370-74

sectarianism of, IV 406 et seq.

Sen, Purna Chundra:

Olcott's healings and, IV 464

Sennacherib (705-681 B.C.):

builder of great cities, XIII 280-81

son of Sargon II, XIII 280

Senate House:

refused to the T.S., VI 166-68

Seneca, Lucius (4 B.C.-65 A.D.):

on death, VI 347

on gratitude, X 63 q.

on mundane creation & dissolution,

XIV 257

De constantia sapientis:

on attitude of Sage to insults, VIII 47

Hercules Oetaeus:

on cyclic emanation, XIV 257

Sensations:

path of, through the principles, IV 101-02

Sense(s):

colors &, discussed, XII 686

consciousness is independent of, XII 414

developed by training, VII 72

developed in sub-races of 1st Root-

race, VII 68

differentiation of, XII 691

even trained, are often at fault, VII 83

every, pervades every other, XII 672

fifth, on intellectual plane, VIII 311

fourth, of matter, VII 90

hearing developed in 3rd sub-race of

4th Root-race, VII 68

higher, develop by Yoga, II 470-71

higher development of, VI 156

are interchangeable, X 338-39

interrelation of, XI 212-13 (249)

limitations of, XII 115, 135, 139

more acute in Adept, VI 155-56

most correspond to object of

perception, VI 264

nature and, VII 75

new, with every Race, VII 90

new world perceived with new, VI 155

path of higher, or principles, II 467

physical, & form, IX 168

physical, & higher perceptions, XI 233

(270)

physical & spiritual, III 430, 434

physical, obstruct inner vision, III 328

races & rounds in relation to, V

144-45

reached from higher dimensional

worlds, VII 84

reactions of, to energy, VII 72

seven, in man, IV 224; XI 213 fn.

(249 fn.), 233 (270)

seven physical, & correspondences,

XII 532

seventh, or noumenal, VI 264

several sets of, in Ego, X 259

sight the first, evolved, VII 68

sixth, VII 83 sixth, & death, X 221

sixth & seventh, to be developed, VII

68; XII 412, 618

sixth, in Devachan, IV 445

sixth, very close, VIII 262

in sleep, III 436

spiritual, XII 528

spiritual, & physiological mind, IX 32

as spiritual faculties, VII 68

spiritual perception and, VII 68

spiritualized, VII 84

substance in grip of, XIII 98

two highest Tattvas correspond to 6th

& 7th, XII 610

vibratory motions of, XII 139, 399

Sense-Object:

a subjective creation, VIII 95

Sensible:

of Plato, XII 553

Sensigenous:

molecules & memory, VI 221

Sensitive(s):

definition, III 437

individuality, clouded by extraneous

thoughts, III 426

are mediums not chelas, XI 50

mental vision of, VI 137

must develop positive polarity &

purify himself, II 399-400

negative, absorbs exhalations of vice,

II 399

negative polarity of, can lead to

obsession, II 399-400

Seers &, visions, III 437

See also Clairvoyant(s); Medium(s)

Sentimentality:

no place for, in search for truth, II 10

(21)

Senzar:

Deva-Bhashya or, IV 518 fn.

form of Adi is Amida, XIV 425

influenced Egyptian alphabet, XIV 97

key to Avesta is Secret Doctrine or,

IV 524

Kumbum Tree's inscriptions in, IV 350

"Secret Doctrine Speech," XIV 97

yields several meanings, XIV 101 fn.

See also Mystery Language

Senzar Brahma-bhashya:

definition, V 33 (62)

Separateness:

enlightenment weakens feeling of, X

74, 120

heresy of, & illusion, XII 366, 407

root of all evil, X 327-28

sense of, destroyed by Occultist, VIII

201 fn., 305

struggle with, XIII 129-30

on illusion of, X 395; XI 104. 212-13

& fn. (248 & fn.); XIII 71

See also Self-Centredness; Selfishness

Sepher Dzeniuta:

See Siphra Dtzenioutha

Sepher has-Sodoth:

See Moses de Leon

Sēpher-Toldoth-Yeshu:

VIII 179, 224, 362 (380 & fn.)

on father of Jesus, VIII 189 fn.

hidden from Christians, XIV 127

on Peter the Nazarene, XIV 127

story of Jesus in, VIII 381 fn.

bibliog., VIII 415

Sēpher-Yetzirah:

I 131; VIII 141; XIV 60, 98, 187,

206 fn.

attributed to Abraham, XIV 171, 214

or Book of Creation, VII 268; XIV

67

celestial Adepts & 7 planets, XIV 88

on feminine Spirit, VIII 173 fn.

feminine Trinity in, XIV 214

from Chaldean Book of Numbers,

XIV 206 fn.

on Holy Spirit, XIV 186, 214

Kabalistic views on, XIV 167, 171

on manifesting Kosmos, XIV 187

mystery of "Sun-Initiate" in, XIV 88

nature of, III 456 fn.

notes on, or Book of Formation, VII

269, 271

Occult key in, XIV 206

oldest known Kabbalistic work, VII

271

signature of, XIV 87 & fn.

source of later Kabalistic works, XIV

171

tampered with, XIV 206 fn.

"thirtieth way" and, XIV 88

"Three Mothers" in, IX 290 fn.; XIV

64-65, 187

bibliog., III 530; VII 271, 393; VIII

415

Sephirah:

Ain-soph and, I 111-12

chief or crown of the Sephirōth, III

319, 327; XIV 189-90

Divine Light, III 319

essence of the nine Sephirōth, III 327;

IV 421; XIV 190

a female Power, XIV 218 fn.

feminine, X 302-03, 352, 355

seven names of, XIV 189

as spiritual Substance, XIV 189

of Talmud, XIV 189-90

as third potency, XIV 189 fn., 190,

218 fn.

Sephirōth:

IV 578 fn.

Adam Kadmon and, III 457

Amshaspands identical with, III 456

Cain a form of Binah, XIV 44 fn.

compared with the Manus, X 346

constructed Universe out of Chaos,

XIV 242

definition, VIII 145 fn.

divine Host of, XIV 242

Elōhim same as, X 398

emanate from Adam-Kadmon, XIV

289, 302

emanations from One Cause, XIV 67,

185, 189, 301-02, 418

En-Soph beyond, IV 421

first of, the Infinite, XIV 418

Form of God, XIV 185, 242

four worlds emanate from, XIV 302

Hai Gaon and, VIII 216

higher three, XIV 213-14, 216-17 fn.

identical to Dhyani-Chohans, XIV

418 fn.

Jehovah the third, XIV 168, 189-90

rsum of, Tree, XIV 234

second world is home of, XIV 209-10

sephira and, III 327

seven, emanated from okmah &

Binah, XIV 190

seven lower, VIII 144; X 357, 395

seven physical planets as lower, XII

546

Seven Spirits or Angels of the

Presence, XIV 189, 210, 418 fn.

seven & ten, VII 287

ten, & the Kabalah, VI 316-21

ten, issue from Ain-Soph, XI 27

ten limbs as zones of universe, X

45 fn.

third, is female Jah-hovah, VIII 139

three higher, are a blind, X 345

three orders of, XIV 189-90

Tree of, VIII 154

triple Tetraktys and, III 319

as Voices, XII 545

as wheels or circles, XIV 98

See also Kabalah & Kabalistic works;

Sēpher-Yetzirah; Sephirah; Siphra

Dtzenioutha, Zohar

Sepoy Mutiny (India):

Abdul Ghafur and, I 371

birthplace of, II 77

caused by missionaries, I 433; II 26

See also Missionaries

Sepp, Dr. Johann N. (1816-1909):

IX 210 et seq. (232 et seq.)

biblical chronology of, VII 280

Life of Christ:

IX 184

on imaginary chrono-sidereal system,

IX 210 et seq. (232 et seq.)

bio-bibliog., VII 393-94

bibliog., IX 211, 453

Septenaries:

of moon hold secrets of generation, X

241

Septenary:

in Brahmanical allegory, XIV 198

Chain in Manu's symbolism, IV

576 fn.

chronology of Judaism, XIV 200

division once universal, XIV 204-05,

380-81

Egyptian notions on, XIV 381

Esoteric system accepts, XIV 386

exoteric scriptures & esoteric, doctrine,

VIII 158

key to Things Concealed, XIV 103,

183

origin of, system in Bible, III 453

principle in esotericism, IV 574 et seq.

principle in man, XIV 380, 386

is sacred, XIV 103

Svastika as, XIV 103

twelvefold &, divisions, IV 37 7-78

See also Sevenfold Division

Septuagint:

account of, compilation, XIV 179

cp. with Vulgate on Sun, XIV 324-25

differs from Samaritan Pentateuch,

XIV 182 fn.

O.T. based on, XIV 178

See also Bible. Old Testament

Sepulchral Inscription:

use of word Chrēstos in, VIII 195,

229-30

Serapeiom:

Egyptian temple which faced Sun,

XIV 222

Seraphim:

Fifth, as Justice, VI 318

from sarpa, VII 232 fn.

meaning of root Seraph in, IX 96

meanings in O.T., XIV 314 fn.

Planetary Angels of Church, XIV 314

teraphim and, VII 231

See also Angel(s); Archangel(s);

Teraphim

Serapis (or Maha Sahib):

Adept of Egyptian Section, I 438

advises Olcott, V 129

on control of The Theosophist, II 83

on lost Jewel, I 439

orders H.P.B. to go to India, I 415,

420

S*** is, I 87

sailing date and, I 431

Serapis (Egyptian god):

teraphim and, VII 231

Serjeant, W. Eldon:

Early T.S. member, VIII 474

Twilight Visions, IX 64

vision in the sky and, VIII 284-92

Spirit Revealed:

reviewed, VIII 39

Sermon on the Mount:

code of practical life, X 37

practical application of, XII 316

talk & theory, XII 294

universal ethics of, X 164

a Utopia, XII 349

See also Jesus

Serpent(s):

Adepts will and, XII 373-74

Allegory degenerated, XII 271-72

Brazen, of Moses, XII 373

crested heads of, on human figures, II 318

as cruel biped, , XII 128

Dragons and, V 223

as dual current of earths astral life,

XII 373-74

& egg symbols in Ohio mounds, II

314-15

feeding of temple, XII 272

as generative lingam, XII 373-74

of 1000 heads, XIII 159

Indian houses and, VI 169-70

meaning of, crushed head, XIV

287-88

meaning of, symbol, XIII 56-59, 271

in Mithraic rites, XIV 322

or Nagas, XIV 284-85

Queen of, I 227

-Satan as Church dogma, XII 270

stone figures as, II 319

swallowing its tail, III 314

See also Dragon(s); Nagas(s); Sesha

Serpent Dragon:

in ancient temples, XIV 164 & fn.

Apollo killed the, XIV 287

St. Cyprian denounces, XIV 163-64

Service:

keynote of occult science, VIII 61 (83)

true, for Humanity prevents Savior

complex, XII 261-62

See also Selflessness; Unselfishness

Servius, Maurus H. (fl. 4th C.):

Commentator on Virgil, VII 228 & fn.

Biog., VII 394

Servius Tullius (r. 578-534 B.C.):

Contemporary of Pherecydes, XIII 284

In wall near Rome built by, III 87

Sesha:

See Shesha

Sesostris:

founder of Memphis, XIV 297

instructed in magic by Mercury, VII

120

Seth:

Enos and, X 357

the Jehovah male, XIV 44 fn., 187-88

received Adam's Wisdom Book, XIV

175

Son of, as solar year, XIV 113 fn.

Third Son or 3rd Race, XIV 188

Seth-Typhon:

Cheops Pyramid and, IV 287

Seven:

acolytes, XIV 337

Adam as chief of fallen, XIV 203-04

among the Aryas, II 413-14

Angels are Creators, XIV 209-11,

211 fn., 314-15, 328-31, 334, 380

brains of the heart, XIII 289

-branched chandelier, XIV 320

Breaths, Rays or Flames, XIV 208 fn.,

241, 379-80, 390

Builders graft Divine Forces, X

347-48, 354, 387 et seq.; XIV

164 fn.

Creations of Brahma, XIV 198

days of the week, XIV 335, 350

deposed constellations of Enoch, XIV

200, 203

divine reflections in man, XIV 50, 198

Eastern books based on, XIV 45, 202

Elōhim, XIV 197 & fn., 198 fn.,

201-02

Emanations of Wisdom, XIV 46 fn.

eyes of Lord, XIV 337

fiery Logoi &, globes, XIII 17

in folk-lore, myth & customs, II 413

Gods of Astrology, XIV 349-50

Gods or Principles, XIV 50-51, 198,

217, 380, 386

groups of souls, XIV 349

hierarchies of Being, XIV 386

Hierarchies of Dhyanis, X 343

inferior, "Spirits of Wickedness," XIV

205

infinities, XIII 17

in Kalevala, X 146-47

key to cycles of, XIII 301-06

keys to all symbolism, X 263

keys to secret knowledge, XIV 183,

200, 202, 205

Kronidae caused the Fall, XIV 200

lights of the Earth, XIII 276

musical tones, II 411

mysterious number, XII 68

Patalas, XIII 159

planes & man's principles, XII 657-63;

XIII 75

Planetary lights or Spirits, XIII 273,

274 fn., 276 fn.

a power, VII 288

Primeval, or "Sons of Light," XIV 68

Primordial, & Lipika, X 403-05

Primordial, born from 3rd Logos, X

397

Primordial powers, XIV 200-02, 337,

379, 390

Pushkara one of, sacred islands, XII

173 fn. (183 fn.)

Races concealed in cosmic myths,

XIV 156, 202

recurrence of, IV 287

recurrence of number, in T.S. work, II

440, 450-53

sacred number in antiquity, II 409-14

Sevekh is god of number, XIV 203

sphere of fixed stars and, XII 68

Spheres of Dante, XIV 45-46

spirits of God, X 19; XIII 273

spirits of Presence, XIV 329, 336-37,

349, 379

spirits or 1st principles, X 18-19

states of purification, II 409

storied Tower at Birs-Nimrud, XIII

276

symbol of Deity's union with

Universe, II 412

Theosophical Society work and, II

450-53

three & four as factors in building

Universe, VII 295

universal doctrine of, XIV 204-05

in Valentinian system, XIII 16-17

Virgins in "Hall of Judgment," XIII

76

virtues & Avataric state, XIV 380

& fn.

widely used in Christianity &

Mohammedanism, II 410-11, 412

worlds of Kabalah, XIV 209

Worlds of Mercury Trismegistus, XIV

46

worlds or planes tabulated, X 50 (57)

Zones of Gods, XIV 198, 380

See also Principles of Man; Sevenfold

Division; Spirits, Seven

Seven Planetary Spirits:

or Aeōns, XIII 57

candlestick symbol of, XIV 323, 329,

337

Christian names for, XIV 335-36 fn.

Elōhim and, XIV 198 fn., 200-05

or Kabiri, XIV 314

of the Presence, XIV 46 fn., 189,

209-10 & fn., 314

Rectors of Church, XIV 336

or Regents, XIV 349

scientists ridicule, XIV 225-26

tower of Babel built to honor, XIII

273-77

Seven Rays:

"Amens" & "Aums" or, XIII 10

Builders or Luminous Sons are, X 347

of central Spiritual Sun, XIII 73

colors of man's principles come from,

XII 567

Diagram of, & 7 principles, XII 568

everything is in, X 347-48

or Hierarchies are each sevenfold, XII

567

Manifested Logos formed of, XII 567

name for, in Zohar, X 352

occult group has people imbued with

each of, XI 230-31 (267)

proceed from manifested Logos, X

352

ig-Veda and, XIV 241

or ishis, XIV 208 fn., 337

seven kingdoms and, XII 567

Seven Sacred planets ruled by, XII

567-68

of spiritual serpent, XIII 57

symbolism of six and, XI 17

world of Being begins with, X 17

See also Hierarchies

Seven Regents:

or Celestial Rectors, XIV 315 fn.,

328-31, 380

Seven Planetary Spirits or, XIV 349

"Seven Rivers":

Aryans and, II 209

Sevenfold:

manifestation of One Element, IV

602 fn.

Nature is, IV 224

nature of man in relation to solar

year, X 53 (60)

Principle in man, III 400 et seq.

worlds or Karshvare in Avesta, IV 525

Sevenfold Division:

of colors & rays, XII 562-63, 567-68,

580 (plates)

differs, VIII 158-59

favored by occult physics, VII 291

key to man, VII 290

key to post-mortem states, VII 289,

349

of man corresponds to unfolded cube,

X 53-54 (61)

of man in Yi-King, IV 242-43

of man, the right one, VII 348-49

nature herself determines, VII 288,

290

necessary to deal with Spiritualism,

VII 300

of principles, IV 52, 579 et seq.

soul of cosmogony, VII 294

in various systems, IV 574 et seq.

Severinus of Cracow, Saint (fl. 5th C.):

resurrected animals, VII 26

biog., VII 392

Svign, Marie Marquise de (1626-1696):

mediumistic authoress, XII 193

Sex(es):

Adept's love transcends,

consciousness, IV 341

division into, & fall, VIII 367 (386)

how determined, VI 261-62

inherent in primordial matter, X 355

intelligence and, VIII 132

loss of, force & phenomena, IX 108

no, differences in future, XIV 58 fn.

no, distinctions in One Element, XIV 211

processes of generation and, VIII 65 (87)

result of materiality, XIV 58 fn., 81

& fn., 289-90

separation in Third Race, XIV 204 fn.

of seven principles, XIII 165

Spiritual Man disconnected from, XII

545

symbolism of Rose & Cross, XIV

291-92

united potentiality of, in

manifestation, X 352

See also Sexual

Sexton, Dr. George (19th C.):

condemns Spiritualism as anti-

Christian, III 480 fn.

editor of Christian paper, III 479

proposes fund to hinder TS., III 482

Sexual:

action & celibacy, XII 702

G. Allen on, selection, XII 251-55

creative power not natural, XII 700

cure of, obsession by will power, X

156

exaltation is man's ruin, XII 258

freedom & spiritualistic affinities, XII

258

function, not proscribed by

esotericism, VIII 67 (88)

obsession caused by excessive,

imagination, X 156

organs evolved, XII 520

selection essentially bestial, XII 254

serfdom of women, XII 282-83

some deities bi-, X 53-54 (61)

union for "spiritual" purposes is black

magic, XII 533, 558

union with elementals can cause

obsession, X 156

See also Sexes; Sexuality

Sexual Worship:

as degradation of ancient symbolism,

XII 519-20

newspaper criticism of, XIII 254-55

See also Phallicism'

Sexuality:

depraved, & Church, IX 173, 175-76

gratification of, & occultism, IX

258-59

Seyffarth, Gustav (1796-1885):

on Anosh, X 52 (60)

on ansated cross, VII 297

on early Semitic dialects, XIV 176

on Hebrew alphabet, VII 262

Kabalistic discoveries of, XIV 44 fn.

Beitrge zur Kenntiss . . .

on Easter at Vernal Equinox, XIV 137

on Goddess Muth as Venus, XIV

155-56

Philo on sacred events, XIV 137 q.

bio-bibliog., VII 394

bibliog., XI V 569

Seymour:

Masonic Sanctuary of, I 309

Seymour, Captain:

becomes a yogin, III 152 fn.

Sforza, Count Giovanni (1846-1922):

published fragments on Cagliostro,

XII 84 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XII 778

Shabach:

shabak and, IX 276

Shabachthani:

definition, IX 277

Shabbath:

on Jeshu, IV 362 fn.

Shaberons (or Shabrons):

incarnations of Buddha spirit, III 179

initiates of esoteric religion, III 185

know secret of conscious rebirth, II 471

on their Gobi forefathers, XIII 330

Shad Abhia (Sk.):

higher degree of Rahat, II 487

Sha-Darana (Sk.):

six schools of Indian philosophy, XII

343 fn.

See also Hindu Schools

Shaja (Sk.):

vehicle of Sabda Brahma, IV 166

Shadow(s):

astral, a "shell" of deceased, VII 229

astral bodies cast no, IV 489

first man a, IX 240-41

gods have no, IX 241

superstitions about, II 170-71, 173

used by sorcerers, VII 230

See also Astral Body; Doppelgnger(s)

Shaivas [Sk. Saivas]:

debase the Mudra, II 119

Shakers:

circle dance of, XIV 317

Shakespeare, John (1774-1858):

Hindustani-English Dictionary:

I 241

on gopura, I 356

bio-bibliog., I 524

Shakespeare, Wm. (1564-1616):

XI 287 q.

allusions to, VI 55

on faith, X 160

on mercy & justice, X 200

Pope on genius of, IV 602

Hamlet:

III 371; IV 98 q.

Henry the IV:

on rumor, XI 1

Henry the VI:

VIII 141 q.

on deceit, XI 1

on genius, XII 14

Henry the VIII:

XI 296, 311

Love's Labour's Lost:

on folly, III 263

Macbeth:

I 170

on life's emptiness, VI 353; XII 391

Measure for Measure:

on man, IX 33

The Merchant of Venice:

XI 49 q.

Midsummer-Night's Dream:

on lions & men, V 329

Richard III:

V 332, 333

The Winter's Tale:

XI 137 q.

Shamajee, Chrishnavarma:

See Shamji, Krishnavarma

Shaman:

evocation by a, I 346 et seq.

Shambhala [Sk. Sambhala]:

Aryasanga came from, XIV 451 fn.

a fair land now, IV 263

far beyond Himalayas, XIV 399

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