Volume XV

 

T index

 

Tabasco:

Jesuits & brigands of Cortez land at,

II 322

Taberna, J.B. (1622-1686):

Synopsis theologiae practicae . . . .:

on bribes & judges, IX 303, 314

bio-bibliog., IX 456

Tabernacle:

archaic telephone, VII 237

candlestick symbolism in, XIII

276 fn.

of Chaldean Bel, XIII 278

of Jewish El, XIII 278

occult properties in the, XIII 278

Tablet:

hidden, in cave on Tien-Shan, III 467

Tablet:

on Buddhist morality, IX 150-51

on crime in various races, IX 207 fn.

(229 fn.)

libels Freemasons, IV 55 et seq.

Tacitus, Cornelius (ca. 55-120 A.D.):

believed in Astrology, XIV 349 fn.

on Rome's vices, IX 176

on truth, VII 90

Annals:

use of term Christian by, VIII 185 fn.,

190 fn.

De . . . Germania:

IX 191 & fns. & q.

on Germanic Pagan worship, XIII 299

on Earth, IX 323 fn.

bibliog., IX 456

Tad [Sk. Tat]:

Esoteric Catechism on, XII 525

as Rootless Root, XII 524-25

Taffy:

See Bates, Rosa

Tages:

son of Thevetat, V 222

Tagore, Debendra Nath (1817-1905):

chief of Brahmo Samaj, VI 79 (88)

of lofty character, IV 108-09, 414

saintly but lacked yogic powers,

V 100

Society for the Knowledge of Truth

and, I 381

Taijasa (Sk.):

clear recall of, needs purity, XIV 52

the Shining of Vedantins, XIV 51

Taijasa Tattva (Sk.):

correspondences, XII 612, 614, 622

only Tattva correctly colored in

Tantric studies, XII 622

State of Prakriti, XIII 67

See also Tattva(s)

Tail:

on native boy, III 39

Tait, Peter G. (1831-1901):

Balfour Stewart and, XIII 294

The Unseen Universe:

on transfer of energy, XIII 294-95

bibliog., V 382

Taittiriya Upanishad:

locates Paramanu, IV 336

bibliog., IV 666

Taittiriya-Brahmana:

VIII 208 q.

bibliog., VIII 415

Taj-Mahal:

a "poem in marble," II 77

Talas (Sk.):

human senses and, XII 666-67

Lokas, & states of consciousness, XII

664 et seq., 670-72, 680 et seq.

See also Loka(s); Sense(s); Tattvas

Talent(s):

genius &, from other lives, XI 198

parable of, XI 219 (255)

Taley Lama:

See Dalai Lama

Talisman(s):

animated, VII 217

of invisibility, VII 73

mesmerized, of Pope Sixtus V, I 370

possess virtues of ruling planets, XII

382

Talkotin Indians (Oregon):

widows of, & "Suttee" rite, V 65-67

Talleyrand-Perigord, Charles (1754-1838):

defines gratitude, V 282

Talmage, T. de Witt (1832-1902):

catch-penny montebank, II 46

farce-pantomime of, XI 191

Talmud

VIII 362 fn. (380 fn.)

calendar of, & Roman calendar, XII

72

eulogized as better than O.T., I 132

& fn.

Fish-Messiah in, XIV 153

Gospels and, VIII 210

on immortality, III 295

on Jeshu ben-Panthera, IV 362 & fn.

Judaism & fanaticism, XII 273

on meaning of "word," XIII 100

month of Tishri in, XII 72

on Nazarenes, III 451 fn.

on real Jesus, VIII 189 fn., 224,

380-82 fn.

ritualism of, XII 274-75

on Sephirōth, XIV 189-91

story of Tannaim, XIV 309 fn.

bibliog., I 528; VIII 416

Talmudists:

disfigured Books of Moses, XIV 174,

182

on "garden of delight," XIV 309 fn.

Jesus inspired by Mercury, XIV 395

Tamas (Sk.):

V 339

definition, IV 581

See also Guna(s); Rajas; Sattva

Tamasha:

juggling trick, IV 94, 126, 475

religious, IV 440

Tammuz:

also called Adonis, XIII 300

See also Adonis

Tanya-Brahmana:

VIII 208 q.

bibliog., VIII 416

Tanha (Pali):

as cause of rebirth, X 176

causes new skandhas, IV 251

definition, VIII 111

disembodied entities held back by, V

92

skandhas and, III 298

as unsatisfied yearning from past life,

V 92

See also Skandhas

Tanhic Elementals:

See Elementals

Tanjur [Tib. bsTan-'gyur]:

part of Tibetan Buddhist canon, VI

98; XIV 424 fn.

Tanmatras (Sk.):

Antaratma, & pre-adamite earth, IV

336

definition, IV 581

or Five Rudiments, XIII 67-68

lower, can prevent union of Manas &

Buddhi, V 80 & fn.

lower manas is "producer" of, XII 631

lower manas must paralyze the, XII

631

self-consciousness and, V 80 & fn.

See also Maha-bhutic; Guna(s)

Tanmatric Planes:

ours is grossest of five, IX 76 fn.

Tannam(s):

ancient Israeli initiates, XI 244 (281)

Daniel an ancient, IX 65

disciplina arcana of, XI 28

initiates, XII 345, 534

Kabalistic tradition, XIV 170

protested against Jewish influence, XI

37

responsible for part of Gospel story,

VIII 210

Samarian sect, XIV 38, 115

Shimon ben Yohai chief of, XI 28

Simon Magus pupil of, XIV 115

Tanner, Dr.:

experiments in starvation, II 454,

458-59, 461, 466

Tantalus:

trial of, XIV 260

Tantra(s) (Sk.):

dangerous when used selfishly, XII

606

Hindu, ceremonial Black Magic, XI 29

magnetic power and, II 511

only a branch of Aryan philosophy,

III 401

Rama Prasad's book on, leads to

Black Magic, XII 604 & fn.

Sankara Dandis and, II 462

should be read esoterically, XII 605-06

some, contain information for

occultists, IV 534

White & Black, IV 615

See also Kalachakra; Kiu-te, Books

of,- Skti(s)

Tantra Sastras (Sk.):

Sanskrit letter system cp. to Hebrew,

VII 264 fn.

on self-immolation of Adept, IV 266

Tantrik Shastras [Sk. Tantrika Sastras]:

See Tantra Sastras

Tantrika(s) (Sk.):

XIII 160

Bengal, & black arts, II 238; X 7 fn.

initiations & symbolism of, IV 265-66

on location of Nais, XII 616

Mysteries ep. with Egyptian, XIV 126

mystic beliefs of, & Yogis, XII 144-45

sorcerers or, VI 7, 81 (90)

sorcery of, VII 204 fn.

works & Sanskrit, XIV 181 fn.,

196 fn.

Tao-sse [Tao-shih]:

Chinese sect, III 419

Tapas (Sk.):

or religious devotions, XIII 8

Tappan-Richmond, Cora (1840?-1923):

verbose medium, III 287

biog., I 528

Tara:

mother of Budha, VIII 53 (75)

Soma and, VIII 53 (75)

Taraka Raja Yoga (Sk.):

solitary occult study better for novice

than, IX 289

three upadhis of, VII 288-89, 2~8

Taraka Raja Yogis:

lost Upanishads and, XII 345 fn.

Nais and, XII 701

Tarakasurs [Sk. Tarakasuras]:

Siva and, III 402 fn.

Taraka Yoga, III 403

Taranatha (1575-?):

on supporter of Buddhist council, V

257

Tarapaca (Chile):

secret Inca tunnel runs through, II

341

Taratology:

should include reporters, I 396 (400)

Tarchon:

terrible treatises of, XIV 104

Targes:

magic thunderbolts of, XIV 104

Targum of Jerusalem:

on berēshith, XI 484

bibliog., XI 591

Taro(t):

ancient tolla leaf, XIV 94

of Book of Enoch before Moses, XIV

89, 93-94

on Chaldean rhombs, XIV 106

on discovery of, XIII 240

Hamites attributed powers to, XIII

240

De Mirville claimed Satanic, XIII 240

Pope calls, invention of Hell, XIV 93

real, in British Museum, XIV 106

"rotating globes of Hecate," XIV 106

shows identity of East & West, XIV

89-90

sidereal transformation in, XIV 93

as "wheels," XIV 93-94, 106

Tarpeia:

II 112

Tartar:

Van cycle of, XIV 360

Tartarus:

initiation and, XI 90

Tartary (Russia):

Great, & India, II 420

Tartini, Giuseppe (1692-1770):

in league with Evil One, II 236-37

used Black Magic, II 223, 243

Sonate du Diable:

inspired by devil in dream, II 223 fn.,

236-37; III 430-31

biog., II 545-46

Tashi-Lama(s) [Tib. bKra-is bLama]:

Fourth, & sack of Tashi-Lhunpo, IV 161

hold secret works, XIV 422

less known than Dalai Lama, XIV

427 fn.

prophecy on, rebirth in West, VI 105;

XIV 431

sent Arhats to China, XIV 427-28 fn.

series of Buddha incarnations, XIV

427-28 fn.

Taley Lamas & origin of, IV 12 & fn.

See also Panchen Lama Tashi-Lhnpo [Tib. bKra-is-lhun-po]:

Gon-pa records Buddha's incarnation

as Tsong-kha-pa, XIV 427

H.P.B. visited, VI 272

High Lama of, IV 160

incarnate Buddha of, III 185

Lama-Rimboche of, VI 94

Nepaulese army sacks, IV 161

records of, on Tsong-khapa, IV 11

secret libraries of, III 398

Taste:

of sounds, X 339

See also Sense(s); Talas; Tattvas

Tatar(s):

Russian families descended from, II

354

Tathagata (Sk.):

Brahmans repudiate, XIV 450

meaning, XIV 400 fn., 405

refuge for mankind, XIV 398

refused Parinirvana, XIV 401 & fn.

taught men & devas, XIV 447

See also Buddha, Gautama

Tatian (or Tatianus) (fl. 2nd C.):

disciple of Justin Martyr, XIV 150 fn.

not author of Diatessaron, XIV 14 fn.

used original version of Matthew,

XIV 150 fn.

why, left Church, VIII 360 (379)

Tatmos:

girl-sensitive from Damascus, I 181-83

Tattva(s) (Sk.):

Akaa is synthesis of, XII 611

correlation of, & nature of, XII 611-16

definition, XII 605

doctrine of 7, forgotten in India, XII 605

esoteric Tantric table of, XII 614

H.P.B. ordered to teach 7, exoterically,

XII 605-06

macrocosmic, XI 489

numerical divisions of, III 326

physical senses and, XII 19

seven, & 7 Prakritis, XII 605

three highest, proceed from 3 Logoi,

XII 612

two highest, correspond to Buddhi &

Auric Egg, XII 610

as unknown essence, IV 580

See also Elements; Force(s)

Tattvabodhini-Sabha:

founded by D. Tagore, I 381

Tattwabodhini Patrika [Tattvabodhini

Patrika]:

V 95; VI 12

Babu Rajnarain Bose art. in, IV 493

bibliog., V 386; VI 451

Tau:

ansated cross represents man, X 52

(59)

Christians adopted, XIV 152

as cruciform couch, IX 274

definition, III 315-16

Egyptian cross of eternal life, XIV

151-53

glyph of cross, VIII 211

hierophants' last degree, XIV 326 fn.

as Ineffable Name, XIV 152-53

as magic talisman, XIV 152-53, 207,

326 fn.

Masonry & triple, II 145

part of TS. symbol, III 251 fn.

a septenary, VII 298

svastika and, II 144

symbolism at Philae Temple, IX

273-74

triple, in Solomon's temple, XIV 152

unfolded cross and, VII 294

use during Initiatory rites, IX 273-74

See also Cross; Crux Ansata

Taurus:

in Mithraic Mysteries, XIII 23

symbol of generation, XIII 23

symbolism of, VIII 150

See also Apis; Astrology; Bull(s);

Zodiac

Tay, Prof.:

on the end of the sun, II 484-85

Taylor, Dr.:

on Sankara's date, V 185, 187, 190

Taylor, Dr. Charles E.:

homeopath prosecuted by orthodox

medicine, IV 72 et seq.

Taylor, Canon Isaac:

on growth of Mohammedanism, IX

143 fn.

bibliog., IX 456

Taylor, Col. Meadows (1808-1876):

apparitions and, III 282 et seq.

burial of Yogi and, X 7

Taylor, Jeremy (1613-1667):

on pride of learning, VIII 310

Taylor, Rev. Robert (1784-1844):

on Chrēst, VIII 189, 217

bio-bibliog., VIII 476 Taylor, Thomas (1758-1835):

XIV 42 fn.

correctly understood Plato's

Dialogues, VI 207

Eleusinian and Bacchic

Mysteries:

VII 133-34; XIV 114 fn., 125 fn.,

451-52 fn. & q.

knew Plato better than Greek

scholars, XIII 153

on Theophany, XIV 276-77

on Wilder trans. of, XIII 203 fn.

Phaedrus:

on after-death length & state, XIII

80-81

Select Works of Porphyry:

VII 198 fn., 210

The Works of Plato:

on universe as cross, II 145

bibliog., II 546

Tchang-Zya-Fo-Lang [Chin. Chang-chia-

Fo-Lang]

"Successor" of Buddha, III 185

Tched-du brjod-pai-tsoms [Ched-du

brjod-pi tshoms]:

on Adepts, VI 95

Udanavarga in Sanskrit, VI 113

Tchir-Geruk, Mt.:

III 213

Tchumbar:

superstition in, III 350-52, 354

Tchuvashes:

exorcism among, II 178

Teacher(s):

assemble in Sambhala every 7 years,

III 421

Chinese for, XIV 450

defence of, XIII 120

disciples' relation to, XII 502-03,

590-91

for East are Asiatics, II 406

founded T.S. for human service, XIII

117

Great, of Haimavatas, III 421

leads to truth, XIII 120

living, & ideal, VII 139

may expel chela after 2 warnings, XII

592

mission of, of esoteric truths, XII 601

not needed for mystic ecstasy, XIV 54

office of, defined, XII 593

responsiblility of, for disciple, IX

155-56, 285-86

success in reaching, depends on

student, VII 171, 175

Tibet ancient abode of, of Light, III

418

See also Arhat(s); Chela(s);

Disciple(s); Guru(s); Master(s);

Sage(s); Student(s)

Teaching:

Divine Men began unbroken oral, XI

467

See also Esoteric Doctrine; Wisdom-

Religion etc.

Tebeth:

See Tobe

Teersoot:

Gheber trident, II 123, 125

Tejas:

See Taijasa Tattva

Telang, Kashinath Trimbak (1850-1893?):

Anugita:

on senses, X 338

Telegram:

Damodar's astral journey to Adyar

and, VI 71

Telegraphy:

psychological, VI 120

Telepathic:

impact at death, X 221-22

Telepathy:

as one of occult arts, IX 400E

scientific discoveries and, IX 400M

in seeking knowledge, IX 400L

Telephone:

phonograph and, IV 112

Teleportation:

disintegration of atoms and, IV

125

Telescope(s):

Ancients had something better than,

VIII 52 (74)

known in ancient Mexico, VIII 52 fn.

(74 fn.)

Teletē:

perfective rite, XIV 275

Television:

radio &, hinted at, IV 112, 488-89

Temin, Sir Richard:

II 298

Templars:

Baphomet of, XII 374

Temple(s):

ancient, face Sun, XIV 221

Builders of the higher, XI 93, 95

Builders of the Lower, XI 90

on destruction of last, of Bribractis,

XIV 295-96

destruction of 2nd, & Cabala, I 110-11

heathen, destroyed by Roman

Catholics, II 334

man as one, of God, XI 81

Pagan & Christian, XI 80

on rebuilding lower & upper, XI 88-89

of Sacred Science is One, XI 174 (182)

Symbology of, XI 502-03

term for esoteric doctrine, XI 89

See also Solomon's Temple

 

Temple, Bishop Frederick (1821‑1902):

on conversions, VIII 356 (373)

bio‑bibliog., VIII 476‑77

Temple, Sir Richard (1826‑1902):

XI 396

misrepresents the T.S., It 507‑08

nature of T.S. misconceived by, IV 345‑46

probing child abuse, XII 287

Russian spies and, II 28

India in 1880:

misrepresents Brahmo Samajists, III

9, 73

bio‑bibliog., II 546

bibliog., III 532

Temple of Divine Wisdom (or Truth):

first steps towards, XII 503, 591, 596

Temptation(s):

Initiates descend to kingdom of, XIV

141, 262

role of lower manas in, XII 692

See also Initiation(s)

Temura(h):

deciphers anagrams, XIV 98

definition, X 398

in Sēpher Yetzrh, XIV 98

in Zohar calculations, XIV 95 & fn.

See also Symbolical Methods

Ten:

mystery of 7 &, in Macrocosm &

Microcosm, XII 525, 542

as number of deity, X 278

Padmapi myth and, XII 518‑19, 520

See also Decad; Esoteric Section

Diagrams; Number(s)

Ten‑brel Chug‑nyi [Tib. rten‑'brel

bcu‑gis]:

causal connection, IX 287

See also Nidna(s)

Ten‑dub Ughien (or Tsong‑Ka

Un‑Ghien):

lama next to K.H., VI 38

Ten‑man‑gu:

as gnomes, IX 341

Tennent, Sir J.E. (1804‑1869):

Mahvaa and, V 242

bio‑bibliog., V 383

Tennyson, Lord Alfred (1809‑1892):

poems of, Theosophically inspired,

XII 130‑31

Demeter and Other Poems:

quoting The Ring, XII 130

The Golden Year:

on return of Golden Age, XI 186

Lacksley Hall:

XII 120 q., 266 q.

In Memoriam:

XII 432 q., 473 q.

No More:

tribulations in tracing, IX 319‑20

& fn.

Teocallis:

mounds and, II 316, 320

Teotihuacn (Mexico):

pyramids of, II 319‑20

Terah:

Abraham's father, VII 216, 230

maker of images, XIV 326

meaning of, VII 232 fn.

Teraphim:

Astrolatry and, XIV 326

exist today, VII 216

of Laban, VII 216

named after Abraham's father, VII

230, 232 fn.

as oracles, VII 231

oracular use in Taro, XIV 93

symbolic hieroglyphics, XIV 315, 326

of Syrians, etc., VII 220‑21

used for sorcery, VII 118 fn., 219

See also Serphm

Teraphim of Idolatry:

refers to chapter rather than book,

VII 215

Terebinthus (fl. 2nd C.):

Manes a disciple of, XIV 163 fn.

Terentius:

on dissolution of astral double, VI

348 fn.

Termini:

origin of altars and, XI 80

Ternary:

beneficent number, XIV 99

as Cabalistic symbol, I 129 fn.

connected with Church ritual, XI 101

in divine figure, XIV 99

See also Triad(s); Triangle(s)

Terremotos:

XI 356

Terrestrial:

atmosphere, & self after death, VI

101‑02

Terry, Milton S. (1840‑1914):

Sibylline Oracles . . .:

bibliog., VIII 229, 477

Terry Wm. H. (1836‑1913):

III 392

editor of Harbinger of Light, V 40

Koot Hoomi and, IV 19

Master M.'s note to, V 11 fn.

Tertullian, Quintus (160?‑230? A.D.):

I 300; V 85

a partisan fanatic, VIII 213

on Simon Magus, XII 571

on women, XI 441; XII 269; XIII 164

Apologeticus:

confused with M. Felix's works, VII

18 fn.

on term Christian, VIII 190 & fn., 226

Carne Christi:

his motto in, XI 199 & fn.

paradox in, IX 195 (217)

De Jejunio:

on the Agapae, III 205

Liber de praescriptione . . .:

on Basilides & Jehovah, VIII 213‑14

& fn., 232‑33

De Spectaculis:

on hell, V 85 fn.; XI 84

bibliog., III 532; V 383; VIII 232‑33,

477

Teruph:

sacred anagram, XIV 97

Teshu‑Lama

See Panchen Lama; Tashi‑Lama(s)

Teste, Dr. A.:

on compromising truth, XII 226

Tests:

occult training and, X 242

See also Initiation(s)

Tetrad:

definition, X 355

See also Tetraktys

Tetragrammaton (Gk.):

cp. with Adam‑kadmon, X 45 fn.

cube and, XI 174 (182)

errors about, VIII 140‑41, 146

or Jahveh, XI 221 fn. (257 fn.)

Logos and, IX 64

is Malkuth, X 357

or mystic Tau, XIV 153

nature of, VIII 140‑55

not Tetraktys, X 357

power of, XIV 102, 153

Pythagorean geometry and, X 355‑57

unfolded cube and, X 53 (61)

yields mystery of Being, XIV 188‑89

See also Jod‑he‑vau‑he; Yhvh;

Yah-Veh

Tetraktys (Gk.):

VIII 144, 146

in Archetypal World, VIII 155

Aunt and, XII 520

divine triad and, XIII 77

esoteric quadrature and, VII 293

expansion of the, XIII 18

on first, X 352

formation of, X 355, 357

fourth dimension and, I 360

higher, VI 348

interlaced triangle and, III 313

man a, II 4 (15), 6 (17)

My and, III 318

musical scale and, XII 519

not Tetragrammaton, X 357

number 12 and, III 319, 326

number seven and, VII 292

or Quaternary, XIII 16

relation to Trinity & Septenary, V 280

in Valentinian system, XIII 16

Tevijja (Pli):

degree of Rahat, II 487

See also Rahat(s)

Tevijja Sutta:

IV 402

bibliog., IV 666

Textor de Ravisi (1822‑1902):

on Kisha, I 251‑52

bio‑bibliog., I 528‑29

Tezcacalli:

sacred to God of Light, II 320

Tezcatlipoca:

is Spiritual Sun or Soul of World,

II 320

Thackeray, W.M. (1811‑1863):

born between two tidal waves of

human thought, XII 6

on memory & soul, XI 453

Thackersey Mlj (?‑1880):

I 409, 422, 437

H.P.B. and, III 82

member of T.S. Council, II 75 Thkur [Sk. hakkura]:

a teacher, X 217

Thales (640?‑546 B.C.):

VII 123

an initiate, VI 204

on knowing oneself, XI 45

learned metaphysics from Orpheus,

XIV 254

taught heliocentric system, XIII 90

view on Soul, XIV 242

Thango‑pa Chhe‑go‑mo, Gelong:

on need for key to Buddhist works,

XIV 424 fn.

part of "Tibetan Teachings" article by,

quoted, XIV 424 fn.

Tharana:

mesmerism or, IV 162 et seq.

Thar‑lam:

Tibetan for Path of Deliverance, VI

111‑12; XIV 401

That:

or Tad as absolute thought, X 90

See also Absolute; Tad

Thaumaturgists:

in every creed, V 96 fn.

Neo‑Platonic, XIV 300, 304

See also Magician(s); Mystic(s)

Thaums (Gk. Thauma):

miracles or, III 51

Thayer, Mary Baker:

on flower apports of, I 121, 122

materializes rose, VI 124 fn.

medium from Boston, I 121; III 15

& fn.

Thebah (Heb.):

means sanctuary or "ark," III 180 fn.

Thebaidic (or Sahidic):

dialect of Upper Egypt, XIII 1

Thebes (Egypt):

city of 100 gates, XIV 248

compared with Devrk, XIV 248

library found at, VII 108

Theft:

objects of, recovered phenomenally, I

275‑77

Theg‑pa chen‑po mdo:

may be injurious to uninitiated, XIV

45

Theism:

history of Hindu, IV 108 et seq.

selfish morality of, IV 497‑99

Theosophy is Pantheism not, XI

414 fn.

without altruism is pious egotism, IV

497‑98

See also Atheism; Deism; God

The Theistic Annual:

I 381

Theists:

Atheists and, cp., XI 372

Atheists, Deists & Theosophists, VI

9‑12 & fns.

Pantheists &, as Theosophists, XI

413‑14

H. Spencer as an, XIII 96

Thēlous (Gk):

a translation of teraphim, VII 231

Themis:

in guise of human justice, XIII 286

Medusa and, II 210

represented blindfolded, XIII 286

Themura:

as Kabalistic method, III 195

See also Gematria

Theocracy:

from Tibet & Emperor Yu, III 418

had its day, XI 225 (261)

Theodidaktos[oi]:

II 4 (15), 89

Books of Thoth on, XI 228 (265)

the "god‑instructed," II 87, 94; XI 214

(250)

Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus

(386?‑453):

XI 214 (250)

on Paul & Simon Magus, XIV 124 fn.

on Simon Magus, XII 572

bio‑bibliog., XI 592

Theodorus:

as Chrēstos, VIII 205

Theodosius, Flavius (346?‑395):

branded "pseudo‑Metropolitan," X

191‑92

a murderer, XI 93

Theodosius II (401‑450):

Sozomen and, XIV 151 fn.

Theodotus the Gnostic (fl. 2nd C.

A.D.):

founder of Melchisedeciani, XIII 39

Theogony:

of Wisdom‑Religion holds secrets of

Plērōma, XII 570

Theogony:

See Hesiod

Theoi (Gk):

H.P.B.'s use of Manes and, VII 97 fn.

see the future, XIV 300

Theologians:

concocted mysteries, XIV 160

dead‑letter dogma and, XI 22‑23

Fourth Gospel and, VI 152

rejected Book of Enoch, XIV 76

reviled the Gods, I 237

on Simon, X1V 115‑20

Theology:

based on chips of Theosophy, XIII 84

bigotry of, & ungodly works, XIV 109

built on pagan material, VIII 15

Christian, particularly pernicious, I

377

Christian, phallic, XIV 205

Chronology and, II 111

Churchianism, XIII 228

concoction of priests, VI 32 fn.; XIV

160

dogma & faith as pillars of, I 304

exploded by philology, II 107

Jesus pictured repulsively by, XIV 59

karma of Christian, XIV 323

materialism of Patristic, XIII 78

most cunning of human schemes, III

68

Neo‑Platonism & Christian, XIV 305

science &, both assailed, II 182‑83

Science & Occultism, I 128

Theosophy &, compared, V 99‑100

world's curse, V 99

Theon of Smyrna (fl. 2nd C.):

Mathematica:

shows mystic stages, XIV 275‑76

Theopathy:

definition, XIV 49 fn.

Theophany [Gk. Theophania]:

VIII 191

all have potential for, XIV 52 fn.

definition, XIV 52

differs from Nirva, XIV 371 fn.

gods revealed in, XIV 276

hallucination and, VII 62

master key to Theurgy, XIV 48

may be only a flash, XIV 51

obliterated by Church, XII 215

of Plotinus, Porphyry, etc., XIV

49 fn., 64

or psychological Occultism, IX 289

special cases of life‑long, XIV 382

visions of Plato & Proclus, XIV 276

Theophilus (?‑412):

cruciform couches and, IX 274

biog., IX 456‑57

Theophilus, Rev. Arthur:

"The TS., Its Objects and

Creed":

VI 60‑61, 74

Theophilus of Antioch (ca. 2nd C.):

first to quote from Fourth Gospel, VI 152

Ad Autolycum:

VI 152 fn.

bio‑bibliog., VI 447

Theophrastus:

disciple of Aristotle, VI 209

Theopneusty (Gk.):

VIII 191

definition, XIV 49 fn.

results in full recall of Divine State,

XIV 52

Theosophers:

one active altruist worth more than

many, XI 478

Theosophia:

composed of two Greek words, II 87

definition, XI 235

distorted, X 280‑81

higher intuition acquired by, II 92

Magic as ancient term for, XII 557

shamefully treated, XI 225 (261)

spiritual sense of term, & T.S., II 498

(505)

true wisdom of the gods, XI 213 (249)

universal, IX 65

or Wisdom, XII 320

See also Wisdom Religion

Theosophia:

V I 406

bibliog., VI 451

Theosophic:

seminary, I 110

Theosophical:

books prohibited in Russia, XI 461

doctrine based on facts of nature,

VIII 50 (73)

H.P.B. loyal to, Cause not T.S. alone,

XI 381

monasteries, VIII 134

policy of, journals, XI 49

purpose of a, journal, XI 116 (130)

statutes, VIII 164

terminology, XI 176 (185)

Theosophical Fable:

author of, X 1 fn., 9

H.P.B. on, X 1‑2

The Theosophical Forum:

VII 135; X 195

on later E.S. Instructions, XII 653

The Theosophical Glossary:

possible reprinting, XIII 222

publishing date of, XIII 222

Theosophical Leaders:

ideas & morality of, X 94

Theosophical Miscellanies:

VI 258 fn., 260 fn.

bibliog., VI 447

Theosophical Movement:

forces impeding, XII 158

literature for, needed, XII 6

necessity of the age, XII 295

need for esoteric doctrine and, X 153

New Year of, is January 4th, XII 76

open to all classes, XII 60

sacrifice for, XII 61

Spiritualism and, XII 128

subterranean stream, IV 339

T.S. members & periodicals of, X

206‑07

Theosophical Publishing Company:

formation of, VIII 3

H.P.B. and, VIII 313‑14

Theosophical Publishing Society:

nature & purpose, IX 245‑46

work of, XII 299

Theosophical Seal:

III 314

Theosophical Siftings:

X 297; XII 237

 

Theosophical Society:

abstract, has no beliefs or teachings,

XI 110 (124)

abused by Church with "Christ's

blessing," III 68

abuses in, VII 246‑47

accomplishments of, in Orient, XI

392 et seq.

active & unselfish, Branches needed,

X 128

Adepts and, VIII 402

Adepts originate 1st Section of, II 493

(501)

Adepts suggested founding of, IV 133,

136‑37, 611

admission fee in, X 296

admission to, based on moral

character, IV 169

admits fallibility, V 5

advantages of belonging to, II 496

(503‑04)

advent of, a necessity, XII 33

Adyar intrigues against H.P.B.. XII

158‑64

affiliated with rya Samj, I 395

aids in saving heathens from

Christianity, I 381

aimed to purify Spiritualism, III 50

aims at self‑dependent Mankind, V

281‑82

aims of, II 478

aims to reconcile religions, XIV 305

anagram of, reversed by error, III

251 fn.

ark against deluge of materialism, XI

246 (282)

Arya Samaj, alliance broken, IV 95

Asian, members outnumber

European, V 120

asserts truth common to all religions,

X 72‑73, 117, 122

atheists and, II 101, 442‑43

attacks against, III 10 et seq., 240‑41

authority and, XIII 119

authority of Masters & H.P.B. in,

XIII 115‑21

autonomy of various bodies in, XI 381

awakening spirituality and, IX 243

believes in no miracles, II 32

biding its time, XIII 286‑87

Bombay branch & pamphlet on, IV 91

Brahmo, V 124

Branch of, how formed, II 480

Branches can believe anything if

Brotherhood practiced, V 5, 127

Branches should study & make

experiments, VI 336‑37

British Section, V 126; XII 330

British Section, convention greetings,

XII 116

a Brotherhood of Humanity, III 309

"Brothers" of, 1st Section hard to

know, II 494 fn. (501 fn.)

called a fabrication, XIII 210

called Royal Asiatic Soc. plus

philanthropy, XII 294

calumniated by Churches, X 69 fn.

cannot be destroyed as a body, VII

164

cause of, strength, IV 111

chartered branches in U.S.A., XII

297 fn.

chief object of, X 77, 78 fn.

chief reason for founding of, II 97

Chohan‑Lama of Rinch‑cha‑tze a

member of, III 398

"Christo‑," XII 131‑32

Circular drafted by Olcott & H.P.B.

on objects of, I 375‑78 & fn.

clergyman a Founder of, IV 97

clergymen and, II 511

common platform of, IV 502‑03

conditions for joining, XI 335

conspiracy of Madras & Cambridge

and, X 282

contributions voluntary, XII 331

convention of 1882, XII 305

conventions, letters & addresses, IX

241‑48

could be Savior of Christianity, VIII

283

Council of, II 51

Council of, & rya Samj, VI 314‑15

Council's Report . . . M. Bdavatsky,

VI xl, 274 fn., 414 fn.

no creeds in, I 304; II 100‑Ol; IV 437;

V 121, 318 fn.; XI 338‑39; XIII 118

curious ideas of Fellows of, III 243

danger of disunity to, XIII 172

debts and, V 281

declared policy of, IV 415

defends genuine mediums, III 370

definition, VII 157

delegates at, convention of 1883, VI

76

dissensions & rivalry in, XI 238‑39

(274‑75)

distinct from Theosophy, VII 160; X

165

diverse opinions in, keeps it alive, IX

243‑44

does not meddle in private beliefs,

VII 245

does not teach acquisition of

"powers," VI 333

doomed to exist, VII 164‑65

dues in, abolished, XI 12

duty of, Branch & Section Presidents,

XI 115 (129)

Eclectic, and, IV 193

eclectic tolerance of, IV 126‑27

embroglioat Bombay Branch of, II

476‑78

enemies of, are many, XI 163, 165,

306 et Seq.

enemies of, as scavengers, XI 303

entrance fee, V 325‑27

errors committed in conduct of, X

134

Esoteric Section and, XII 479‑80

E.S. not part of, XIII 115

E.S. Pledge recommended for, X 207

established in Ceylon, II 439‑40

established to study mysteries of

psychology, II 108

evils in, X 199

exoteric Buddhism not promoted by,

X 65, 70, 116

expulsion from early, VII 148, 150

& fn.

fable & comments about, VII 53‑54C

failed to achieve primary goals, XII

489

false prophets in, XI 47‑48

fanatics in, can turn bitter enemies,

XI 50

fee in, VII 148‑49

feels respect for all religionists, II 104

Fellows of, mostly teetotalers &

vegetarians, IV 44

fights against mental slavery, XIII 286

finances of, III 2‑3; XI 13

First Object of, X 74‑75

First Object of & Masters, XIII 119

first rule of, VIII 170‑71

on First Section of, III 303

First Section of, admits 5, members,

II 499 (506)

First Section of, has only Oriental

Yogins, II 493 (501), 499 (506)

forced Eastern knowledge upon West,

VII 168

formation of Esoteric Section, XII

165, 479‑85

on formation of European Section,

XII 330‑32

"formers" of, I 124

founded at Irving Place, N.Y.C., XII

293

founded by commission, IX 243

founded in N.Y. & transplanted to

India, XII 160, 304

founded on model of U.S.

Constitution, II 104; XI 115 (128)

Founders of, mainly veteran

Spiritualists, II 107

free from intolerance & prejudice, XI

338‑39

freedom of religious views in, II 104

French, V 7‑8 (37), 125‑26

fulcrum for Progress, V 121

fundamental object of, IV 470

Great Doctrine given out by, IV 378

great expansion of, XI 111‑12 (125‑26),

167

growth worldwide despite S.P.R.

attacks, XII 298

as guidepost, III 4‑5

H.P.B. accepts presidency of,

European Section, XII 263, 329‑32

H.P.B. letters to American Conv. of,

IX 241‑48; XI 161‑69; XII 151‑56;

XIII 171‑76

H.P.B. loyal to Masters & Cause not,

XI 380‑81

H.P.B. on, XIII 209‑14

H.P.B. resigns from office in, VI

281‑84

H.P.B. urges unity & solidarity in, XII

154

historical background of, I 121‑24

holy mission of, IX 243

hostile to Socialism & Communism,

II 105

ignores Universal Brotherhood Object,

XI 111 (125)

incorporation of Branches, XI 384

India appreciates, IV 22‑24

Indian, in 1883, V 279

Indian National Congress modelled

upon, XII 305

influence upon Ceylon, XII 305

Inner Group supports H.P.B., XIII

203‑04

an instrument that can yet be

mended, X 11

intended to stem tide of materialism,

IX 244

international & universal, XI 372

intolerant of seditious methods, II 292

Ionian, & psychic research, V 358

karma for hindering the force of, XI

166

karma of, & help given, XI 354

B. Keightley head of Indian Section,

XIII 122

Lane and, XI 551‑60

lawbreakers will be expelled from, IV

438 & fn.

lowest grade of Great Ideal

Brotherhood, IX 245

Madras Headquarters, XII 299

Mah‑Chohan's views on, X 79‑81

Mahtmas and, XIII 213

Masters founded, for human service,

XIII 117

members lawful research helped by

Occultists, IV 356

members of, absolutely free in

religious views, II 104

members of, sworn to secrecy, I 380

membership in, & Lay Chelaship, IV

610‑11

miracle of, X 123

misconceptions about, III 3‑4

misrepresented, XI 165, 216 (252),

366‑70

missionaries misrepresent, IV 90‑91

more universal than any scientific

society, II 105

most Catholic of Societies, VII 246

most important object of, I 394

motto at, Headquarters, XII 61

motto of, IV 305; V 121, 127; X 76,

115, 121; XII 351

motto of, gives principle aim of, XI

112 (126)

must be protected against evil, X 200

must challenge lie & uncloak vice, VII

174‑75

mystic religion of Christos, XI 377

needs no Loyolas, VII 166

neither Church nor sect, II 85; VII

171

no belief in Masters required in, XIII

120 & fn.

no church & no new revelation, III

72‑73

no doctrine advocated by, XIII 115

no dogmas in, I 304; XI 338‑39

no earthly forces can destroy, XII

587‑88

no nursery for incipient Adepts, VI

336

no one religion in, XI 110 (124)

no place for dogmatic sectarians, XI

113 (127)

no racial distinction in, II 495‑96

(502‑03)

no real harmony in, X 11

no religion professed by, IV 95, 106

no room in, for narrow‑mindedness,

III 226

no secret society, VI 235

non‑interference policy of, IV 546

non‑political, II 292

not a "miracle club," IX 243

not a nursery for occultists, IX 244

not a sect, IV 345; VIII 160 fn.

not a short‑cut to adeptship, III 4

not an academy of magic, X 80

not Buddhistic, III 241

not guided or protected by Brothers

of, 1st Section, III 274

not in vain, XII 159‑60, 293, 299

not school of Theurgic rites, XI 165

nucleus of Brotherhood, IV 415

numerical potencies in destiny of, II

449‑53

one Object of, XIII 105

object of, cleansing of Spiritual truth,

I 306

an object of, to examine views of

Spiritualism, II 99

on objects of, VI 212; VII 145‑46,

160 fn.; XI 53, 215 (251), 335,

391‑400; XII 293‑94, 302‑08

offers subjects of study for all, XI

242 (279)

Officers must show neutrality towards

all parts of, II 104

only 9 persons leave in 1881, III 133

opposes those who pervert its

teachings, XI 165

opposition to, in London, XI 455

ordered formed by M., I 73

orders to found, & choose Olcott, I

94‑95

organized for quest after primitive

truth, II 447

oriented towards occult truths, II 105

original lines of, distorted, X 198‑99

original programme of, VII 135 et

seq., 145‑46; X 77

originally a small body, II 211

owes much to Freethinkers, XI 411

a Pandemonium abroad, VII 167‑68

Paraclete may arrive before 1897, X

11

Parent, and Branches, V 127

Parent Body of, defined, VII 157

peaceful revolution by, X 75

penalized for affirming Hermetic

Science, IV 4

persecuted, X 69 fn., 114

phenomenalism to be curtailed by, IX

244

pioneer of free thought, I 395

plays humble part in Indian national

reform, II 181

pledge of secrecy in, II 56 (62)

pledged to war against bigotry &

fanaticism, IV 472

policy of, II 85; V 127

possible fall of, in America, XII 596

Pot‑Amun founded ancient Eclectic,

XIV 305‑06

practical charity and, VIII 163‑71

Preliminary Memorandums for E.S.,

XII 488‑511

private instruction and, V 333

produced change in Hindu thought,

III 105‑06

promotes Hindu knowledge of their

ancient thinkers, II 508

propounds old truths, III 73

protects every belief & opinion, II 497

(504)

protests loudly against dogma, X 160

prototype of, XIV 308

Publication Fund, XII 299

purpose for founding E.S. of, XII 490

purpose of, given by 1st Section of, X

77‑78 & fn., 79‑81

real founders of, X 154

reawakens memory of Occult Science,

IV 609

religion of, an algebraical equation, II

101

a Republic of Conscience, II 104, 443;

III 226; XI 115 (129), 239 fn.

(276 fn.)

requires no oath, only one's word of

honour, II 143 fn.

research neglected by branches of, IV

131

resolution of members, XIII 90

revitalized interest in amkarchrya,

XII 307

Roman Catholicism the one enemy of,

XI 339

root‑idea of, free & fearless

investigation, II 102

rule concerning politics, VII 160 fn.,

170 fn.

on Rules of, II 51, 58 (64), 104; III

306; VII 148 ff.; VIII 160 fn.; X 33,

65; XI 431‑32

Rules of, and fellowship in, IV 438

& fn., 468‑70, 471‑72 fn., 478

rules of European Headquarters, XII

212‑13, 331

Rules of, give freedom of belief, VIII

160 fn.; XI 425

Rules of, on begging money, V 282

Rules of, reveal 1st Section's aims for,

X 77 & fn.

scope of presidential functions of, XII

263‑64

second to Humanity, XIII 120

secrecy in, II 494‑95 (502); IV 600 fn.

Secret Doctrine teachings and, IV 404

secret organization, I 193‑94, 245‑46,

376, 393‑95

as secret Society, II 3 (14)

Sections of, IV 39

Sections to be independent, IX 245

shattered by unlearned, X 11

should attract best intellects in

Spiritualism, II 109

should not grow too fast, XI 163

signs of, & sannyasi at Karli Caves, II

488

Society for Psychical Research and,

IV 131‑32

some members are Spiritualists, III

370

South Indian Viisha, V 124

spirit of work, V 127

spiritual current & 1897 deadline, XII

418

Spiritualistic movement ushers in, XII

127

Spiritualists denounce, XII 297

statement by Committee of, I 245‑46

Stockholm branch, XII 299

strengthened by difficulties, X 283

study of, Rules suggested, V 320

suit against H.P.B. withdrawn, XII

377 (380)

supported largely by Founders, III 80

termites of the, XI 217 (252)

Theosophy of vital importance to, IX

243

all thinkers are welcome in, II 106

third object of, needs more emphasis,

IV 131

those who left, not regretted, X 164

three, Branches in Paris, V 126

three Sections of, I 375 fn., 376; II

494 (501)

tract mailing scheme of, praised, XII

152

tree of Brotherhood, XI 245‑46

(281‑82)

triple wish of, as Utopia, XI 246

(282)

true mission of, VI 333‑34

true nature of, III 4

two great divisions of, II 106

unconcerned about politics, II 105;

VII 160 fn.; 170 fn.

Universal Brotherhood and, II 97,

105, 495 (502), 498 (505), 499 (506);

V 3 (5), 121, 127; X 65, 75, 78

& fn., 80, 163; XIII 121

unscathed by negation, XIII 213‑14,

286

unsectarian, VII 351; VIII 160 fn.

unsectarian nucleus devoted to search

for truth, XI 334

victorious disciples in, XI 239 (275)

vindication for Founders of, XII

375‑76

visible representative of Universal

Theosophy, II 101

volunteer scavenger, X 171

will eradicate "struggle for life" idea,

X 73‑74, 80‑81, 119‑20

work is for Humanity, XII 156

working Fellows of, & drones, X

205‑06

bibliog., VI 447

See also rya Samj

 

Theosophical Society and its Founders:

pamphlet full of errors, IV 148‑49

The Theosophical Society, its Objects

and Creed:

reviewed, IV 196 et seq., 666

Theosophist(s):

accept nothing on faith, II 60 (66);

VIII 49 (71)

accused of superstition, XIV 2, 4

adhere to facts, I 304

on Agnostic, XIII 139‑40

Alexandrian, XIV 301

all faiths found among, II 101; IV

360; XII 341, 349

all men can be, IX 244‑45

altruism preached by, VIII 55 (77), 33

altruistic & truth‑seeking, IX 103

ameliorate conditions of mankind, IX

246

American, & 6th sub‑race, XIII 173

Archbishop of Calcutta and, IX

346 fn. (374 fn.)

attacks on, VIII 100

attitude towards Christ & Church, III

134

attitude towards science, IX 123

avoid suspicion, XIII 172

behavior of, XI 291‑92

beliefs of, & Spiritualists discussed,

III 368 et seq.

believe in Logos, V 355

believe in phenomena, II 37

believe in Sat, VIII 57 (79)

brotherhood of, VIII 68 (90)

brotherhood should be practised by,

IX 123

Buddhist Priests in Ceylon and, II

138‑40

Budhist, belong to no one sect, VIII

61 (83)

Bulletin Mensuel . . . and, V 7 (36)

called infidels & "wretched atheists,"

XII 385

called "lunatics," II 194

cannot be bigots, XII 304, 317

castes and, VIII 56 (78)

ceremonial magic discarded by, II 96

charity & no reprisal a duty of, XI 306

Christianity and, V 119

Christianity not hated, by, XII 28, 385

Christ‑life not lead by, VIII 165

on clergy & practical, IX 86

combat exoteric cults, VIII 61 (83)

common man needs help of, more

than scientists, IX 123

compared to Scientists, XII 115, 317,

350

compared with clergy, XIV 160

concept of God, V 355‑57

corroborated by antiquity, VII 230

have courage of their opinions, III

232

criticisms of, VIII 159 et seq.

defence of truth and, IX 6

defend faiths of Asiatics, III 479‑80

defend H.P.B. against charges, XIII

203‑04

defend sacred beliefs, XIII 148

defended by H.P.B., XII 338‑41, 348

defended when unjustly attacked, V 333

definitions, II 88, 91, 102‑03, 388; IV

463; V 355‑56; VIII 31‑32, 55 (77),

166, 168‑69, 171; IX 155; X 69, 115;

XI 113‑14 (127‑28), 169; XII 28, 303,

319‑20, 508

Deity of, VI 9‑10 fn.

denounced & accused, II 98

on denunciations among, VIII 157; X

196‑208

described as sect, V 277‑79

detractors and, II 142‑43

difference between, & philanthropists,

VIII 166

duties of, XI 247 (283); XII 418

duty of, when a public official, X 200

earnest, devoted to unveiling "Secret"

teachings, XII 235

ecclesiastical Jesus not accepted by, V

356

Emerson a conspicuous, II 208‑09

encourage staying in one's own

religion, V 96 fn.

enemies of Jesuits, IX 306

enemies of, listed, III 371; VIII 68

(90)

esoteric science clarified by, IV 409

essential beliefs of, I 334‑35

ethical revolution is aim of, VIII

64‑65 (86‑87)

experience quickens for some. VIII

168

expulsion of, X 207

have facts, not systems, II 204 (207)

false, X 77 faults of so‑called, X 76

fearless of public opinion, III 232;

XIII 243‑46

feel malice of clergy, XIV 130 fn.

fight pretence, XIV 41

first historical, XI 459

freedom of thought and, XI 115 (129)

glamourous phenomena and, XII

326‑27

God nor Devil believed in by, VIII 57

(79)

god of, defined, VIII 58 (80), 368‑69

(388)

Golden Rule and, IX 71

good works and, VIII 169‑70

H.P.B.'s letter to European, XII

329‑30

H.P.B. urges, to support Olcott, XII

167

help mankind with worldly & spiritual

problems, XI 465

help worldly men not just spiritual

aspirants, XI 466

hostile to Christian Church, II 362

how, may win regard of Masters, XII

595‑96

humble, silent & guarded, XII 262

as individuals and, IX 246

Initiates of First Section and, II

494 fn. (301 fn.)

intellectual luxury of, VIII 166

Jesus the Adept believed in by, XI 61;

XIV 160

joined together for strength, II 211

Judases amidst, XII 379 (381)

knowledge of true, XIV 25‑26

left free, VII 245

malice against, VI 168

mankind's swifter development

fostered by, VIII 168

Master's view of true, X 69

mediation by proxy not accepted by,

X 162

methods of work too fixed, XI 165‑66

miracles not believed in by, XIV 107

misjudged, abused & ridiculed, XI 111

(125), 224‑25 (260‑61), 367 et seq.,

436‑37

misrepresented as Atheists & Neo‑

Buddhists, XII 336

mission of, VI 183

moral standard of, V 320

most important object of, II 100

must be cosmopolitan, X 199‑200

natural allies of Spiritualists, II 194

Neo‑Platonic & medieval, attest to

Elementals, XII 197

never attack any religious beliefs, III

374

nicknamed "sevening lunatics," XII 75

no claims for any one religion made

by, VIII 50 (72)

no dogmas among, I 304, 361 (365)

no local, possible, IX 248

not a body of philanthropists, VIII

169

not believers in supernatural, XIII 213

not free of intolerance, XIII 118

not infallible, 1 300, 304; II 430; III

137; V 96 fn.

not orthodox Spiritualists, II 37

not perfect, X 165

not visionaries, XIII 148

a nucleus of Brotherhood, IV 415

often mistaken, but needed, VIII 170

one who lies is no, XII 595

oppose any base customs, XI 41

opposed bigotry & arrogance, III 374

opposed to exoteric asceticism, VIII

51 (73)

original thinkers are, II 102

outline of, metaphysics should be

mastered by, XI 104

panorama of early, II 208‑09

persecuted by Jesuits, IX 303

personal God not believed in by, XI

414 fn.

are philosophers, XI 439

pledge for all, X 197, 207

politics not meddled with by, IX 246

are poor, IX 246

on practical, VIII 165; IX 86

practical work for, suggested, VI 212

prepared for struggle, XI 115 (129)

primary function of, IX 246‑47

protect Theosophy, X 180 fn.

qualities of a true, VII 146‑48 fn.,

169‑71, 173‑75

reasons why, sceptics of science, XIII

138‑51

recognize One Absolute as Becoming,

VI 10 fn.

Reformers and, VIII 282

reject externals, accept the Internal,

VI 9 fn.

religion of, VIII 66 (88)

respects truth‑loving scholar, XIII 139

responsibility of, IX 4‑5

ridiculed & abused, II 39

role of, & new cycle, XI 202

savior of materialism's survivors, XI

246 (282)

schools for, existed for past 2000

years, VII 169

science should not be pandered to by,

XII 350‑51

seeks after divine wisdom, XII

303‑04, 312

should not pose as infallible, X

181 fn.

should work for objects of Society, VI

336‑37

Silent Brotherhood of truth seekers

and, XII 125‑26

slandered, VIII 32

Spiritualism deserted by many, III 272

on study of T.S. Rules by, X 77 & fn.

supernatural denounced by, III 111

teach common people, IX 123

tolerance and, IX 7

tracked like wild beasts by clergy, II

97

tread path worn by sages, I 291

true and false, XI 122 (136), 216‑18

(252‑54)

true, cannot accept Christianity, VIII

261, 390; XI 60‑61

true, defined, VI 183

true, must be an altruist, XII 261‑62,

417, 508

true, very few, VIII 159 fn.

truth and, XIII 119

Truth is chief concern of, XI 339

as Truth seekers, II 59 (65), 430; XI

339; XII 90, 115, 235, 261, 303, 317,

319

truths a, should know, XI 113‑14

(127‑28)

two‑thirds of, are bad wine in good

bottles, X 96

under a ban from start, II 110

are unsectarian, II 430

urge rationale of phenomena be

studied, II 110

values freedom of thought, XII 317‑19

vices of nominal, XII 597

who turn away from TS., XI 167

work of true, XI 239 (275), 556‑57

work only for others, XI 115 (129)

working, & drones, X 205‑07

worship only Truth, VIII 58 (80)

See also Neo‑Platonists; Theosophers

The Theosophist (Bombay & Madras):

I 162, 173 fn., 338 fn.; III 142, 211‑12,

220‑21, 242, 245, 251 fn., 287, 364,

370, 460 & fn., 481; IV 103, 139

& fn., 350, 366 fn., 493; V 6, 12

& fn. (40‑41 & fn.), 25 & fn. (54

& fn.), 95, 98 fn., 104 q., 109 fn.,

121, 124, 221, 223, 226, 271‑72, 287,

293 fn.; VI 61, 134, 241, 243 fn.,

244 fn., 281, 315, 406; VII 50, 54A,

135, 139, 176 & fn., 177, 191 fn.,

207, 284 & fn., 308; VIII 41‑43,

136‑37, 140‑41 q., 144 fn.; IX

75 fn., 77 fn., 129, 225 fn., 317; X

174, 185, 206, 281; XII 604 & fn.,

607 frt., 615 fn., 622 fn.; XIII 73,

209, 285, 286, 288, 301, 316, 321;

XIV 60 fn., 62 fn., 427 fn., 474 fn.,

475 fn., 487‑88

absolutely unsectarian, III 305, 331‑32

on Adyar Library, XII 301 fn.

all religions may expound in, IV 110

on annihilation of Spiritual Ego, V

25 fn. (54 fn.)

on "Antiquity of the Vedas," XIV

360‑61 q., 362‑63 q., 363 fn. & q.,

364‑65 q.

becoming a laughing stock, XI 383

beneficent purpose draws Brothers, I 162

Buddhism discussed least in, IV 305

on Burnouf's sympathetic article in, X

63‑64 fn., 134‑35

cannot discuss politics, II 161

character & policy of, IV 89‑90,

158‑59, 271, 305‑06, 400‑01, 408

chart & contents cp. with WMS., XIV

469‑72

criticism of, X 94

"Death & Satan," XII 638 fn.

defends Spiritualists, III 371

does not reveal all, XIV 232 fn.

Dostoievsky extract, XIV 385 fn.

editorial policy of, X 170

on Esoteric Buddhism, X 177, 178,

179, 180 & fn., 185

exhibits "Evangelical Alliance," II 291

false mediumship and, II 200‑01

fifth year of, V 67‑69

on first year of, II 426‑29

founded for benefit of natives, III 388

founding & first issue of, II 83‑84

"Fragments of Occult Truth" in, V 16

(44), 25 (53); XII 622 fn., 639

great success, VI 158

harsh aspersions protested, XII 117‑19

R. Harte and, XI 378 et seq., 481‑82

H.P.B. blamed for all that appears in,

IV 198‑99

H.P.B. on her Story of the Mystical, I

163 fn.

highly praised, VI 174

"Hindu Music" article in, XIV 196 fn.

India's regeneration and, IV 158‑59

Masters' aims for T.S. in, X 77 & fn,

meager income from, II 482

Morya Dynasty and, VI 41 & fn.

on W.S. Moses, IX 178

most subscribers in Asia, V 120

new branches and, V 69

not published for profit, V 69

not special organ for occult sciences,

V 9‑10 (39)

on Occult Doctrine of the "Dweller,"

XII 637‑38

on Olcott as Asian E.S. representative,

XII 89

Olcott Centenary issue, III 13 fn.

on Olcott's authority for, XII 117‑19

Olcott's biog. notes on Subba Row. V

268‑69, 271, 272

open to any writer, III 310‑11

People's magazine, its policy & record,

II 404‑06, 426 et seq.

on policy of, II 84‑86; III 222, 224 et

seq.

politics avoided by, IV 42

on publication of S.D., X 158

reasons for founding, II 84; IV 1‑2

on "Reincarnations in Tibet," XIV 427

on Saint Simonists & H.P.B., XIV 496

& fn.

on Snkhya & Yoga, IX 166

Secret Doctrine taught for first time,

IV 404

serves an idea, not individuals, III 389

Spiritualists and, IV 140‑41

on superiority of Western Occultism,

XIV 232

Swami Daynanda & T.S., VI 52‑53

"The Elixir of Life," XII 202 fn.

"The Real & the Unreal," XII 631 fn.

The Thinker "borrows" from, IV 279‑80

unique channel for Oriental mystics,

II 109

a winning horse, XII 23

WMS. quoted in, XIV 60 fn., 65 fn.,

94, 104, 223 fn., 318 fn., 319,

321 fn., 325 & fn., 427 fn., 457‑62

on Yoga‑Vidy, II 119; IV 53

bibliog., V 386; VI 451

Theosophy:

on abortion as murder, V 107‑08

above all sects, II 105

on Absolute, XIII 97

accomplishes needed reform of

thought, XI 121 (134)

accused of adoring monsters &

chimaeras, XII 129

adversely received by public, I 394

aims at uniting quest for Higher Self,

XII 296

Alchemy belongs to, II 96

alleged "subordinate branch of

Spiritualism," II 293

all‑embracing science, VII 169

ally of honest science & religion, II

103

alone can save world from despair, XI

226 (262)

is altruism, XI 202

America and, XI 162‑63

Ammonius Saccas and, II 88‑89

ancient philosophers not scorned by,

XIII 262

anthropomorphism and, V 355

atheism and, X1 372‑73

attacks on, VIII 101

awakens inner man, X 164

blind belief transformed by, X 165

"blood of the martyrs is seed of," XII

299

cannot be uprooted or crushed, VIII

177; XII 320

child of Aryan & Neo‑Platonic

thought, IX 295

choice of, or Jesuitism, IX 292

Christianity and, XII 27‑28, 295‑96

Christianity in India and, VI 165‑66

Churches and, VIII 162‑63

conditions for further teachings in, IX

244

conflicts with modern science, XIII 157

dead if not turned into life, IX 103

declares Christ within, XII 261

defence of others and, X 197

definitions, II 89, 91; V 96 fn., 353;

VII 169‑71; IX 245; X 73, 117, 162,

287; XI 372, 410

demands support of a brother

Theosophist, XII 595

detractors of, XIII 84

Diogenes Laertius and, II 88

direct descendant of Universal Gnosis,

XI 228 (264)

distinct from T.S., VII 160; X 165‑66

distorted by charlatans, X 282‑83

as divine knowledge, IX 38

Divine Science, X 173; XII 599

divine teaching of all ages, XII 39

is divine wisdom, X 165

no dogmas in, XII 341 fn.; XIII 119

double‑edged weapon, II 96

duty of, XIII 264

on emanation of universe, II 91

embraces everything, X 163

emulation not rivalry in, required, XI

239 (275)

esoteric interpretation of, XII 21

esoteric synthesis of known religions,

IX 196 (218)

essence of philosophical research, XI

110 (124)

ethics of, more valuable than

psychism, XII 156

ethics of, most transcendental, XI 437

exact science of psychology, II 95

examines reverse of every apparent

truth, XI 232 (269)

faithful echo of antiquity, VII 198

familiar with mesmerism, II 96

fear of death and, XII 70

first & last, XIII 174

fits men for lives to come, X 165

forbear of science, VIII 54 (76)

foremost virtue of, XIII 97

Founders of, & their karma, X 173‑74

gains members Christianity lost, X

171

goal of, XII 308

good done by, in India, IX 129 et seq.

great mission of, VII 175

Higher Beings fully possess, X 166

human nature &, vs. animality, IX

244

as Idea, cannot be stopped, III 50

ideal of, as to Man, VI 173

ideals of, distorted, XII 77, 339

ill‑defined by Webster, XI 234 (271)

inner man and, V 355

interest in, shows despair of

Christendom, XII 295

Ishmaels of, V 325

as Jna-Vidy, XI 235 (271)

Justice is cardinal tenet of, XIII 105

as liberty of thought, XI 410

as liberty to investigate Nature, XI 113

(127)

a light to guide humanity, IX 243

literary growth of, XII 299

a living power, XII 28

love of humanity and, IX 258

a Master on true, VII 146‑48 fn.,

169‑71, 173‑75

materialism worst enemy of, VIII 298

mediumistic phenomena explained by,

II 109; XII 127‑28

metaphysics and, XI 233 (269‑70)

metaphysics of nature, VIII 54 (76)

miracles not believed in by, II 490

mission of, most holy, IX 243

misunderstood, X 159; XI 432‑33

misused by foes, XI 165 is monistic, XI 339

Mller critical of, XIII 104‑05

must be practical, VII 173; IX 103

must stand on own merits, IX 50

Neo‑Platonism in essence is, XI 438

of Neo‑Platonists, XI 215 (251); XIV

301, 305‑13

no orthodoxy in, IX 243

no personal god in, X 73, 117; XI

414 fn.

is none of the isms, IX 196 (218)

not a new‑fangled doctrine, II 106

not a religion, VIII 160 fn., 268‑69;

XI 375, 435

not an ephemeron, XII 292‑93, 298‑99

not any one religion, X 161

not enemy of Spiritualism or

Psychology, II 109‑10

not Neo‑Buddhism, XII 339

opposed by Brahmins, XI 432

origin of, & the Cabala, VI 319‑20

perfect justice and, VIII 299

permits no active defense, XII 595

is philosophy of future, XI 222 (258)

philosophy of rational explanation,

IX 243

Pledge to make, a living factor, XII

506‑11

popularization of, by cheap

publications, XII 596

practical, embraces every science, X

165

practical, more important than

esoteric knowledge, XII 113, 502‑03

practical realization of, XIII 174

practical work of, alchemical, X 163

practised becomes universal panacea,

X 164

prejudices against, XIII 148‑50

primordial system, XIII 84

proof of soul and, XIII 356‑57

Pseudo‑, XI 45 et seq.

quintessence of highest philosophy, XI

435‑36

real, believes only in facts & science,

II 490

real, is Pantheism, XI 333, 414

reason for appearance of, VIII 296

rebuttal of, X 3‑4

reconciles Evolutionism & Positivism,

XIII 97

regarded as a religious sect, X 170

rejected by materialists & pietists,

XIV 2

rejects methods of science, X 171

relation to mediumship, II 95

is religion and science, X 171‑72

is Religion itself, X 161‑63

religions and, V 96 fn.

renaissance of ancient spiritualism,

XII 123

renunciation of self in, IX 254

respects Jesus, XIV 143, 160

revival of pre‑historic, XII 123

of ishis, Magi & Buddhists the

same, V 35 (64)

Rules of Practical, X 196‑97 et seq.;

XII 213, 502‑03, 506

Savior of mankind, X 173

science of Truth, XI 110 (124)

scientific opposition to, XIII 144, 149,

157

scientific, reveals origin of faiths, X

165

seeds of, find little good soil, XI 168

soul of its Society, X 166

on soul of practical, X 163, 197

in Spain, IX 458‑61

as spirit of Christos‑Buddha, VIII 267

Spirit of, found in harmonious group,

VII 160‑61

is spiritual knowledge, II 100

Spiritualism and, II 109; X 168

Spiritualism &, as facts & beliefs, III

368

spread of, slowed by focus on

personalities, XII 293

target for slander, X 2

teaches animal‑man to be human-

man, IX 247

teaches mutual‑culture before self-

culture, VII 160

teaches non‑separateness, VIII 164

travesties & triumphs of, XII 293

true reformer & deliverer of our time,

XII 261

true Spiritualism &, defined, I 74

is truth & impartiality, IX 9, 38, 103

is Truth not authority, XIII 119

in U.S. & W.Q. Judge, XIII 176

universal love and, VIII 164

a Universal panacea, X 163, 165

universal solvent, XII 308

unsectarian nature of, VIII 165; XI

110 (124)

vehicle of, indestructible, VII 165

vital factor in life, XI 163

as Wisdom, XI 220‑22 (256‑58)

wisdom of the gods, XI 109 (123)

Wisdom‑Religion, XII 347

work for, is entrance to Inner Life, XI

166

worldly ties and, VIII 292‑95

worth of, XIII 117

Yermoloff's vision explained by, XII

232‑33

See also Wisdom Religion

Theravada Buddhism:

See Hnayna Buddhism

 

Thermae:

on temple resurrected at ancient site

of, X 23‑25

Thersites:

of Freethought, XI 418, 437

I Thessalonians:

on man as a trine, I 292

Thessaly (Greece):

V 218, 219

ancient name for, V 218‑19

magicians of, X 143

sorcerers of, & Moon, IV 397

source of magicians of, V 217‑18

witches of, VII 93

Theurgists:

evidence of, & Occult science, VII 209

practiced "Science of Sciences," II 32

or practitioners of magic, II 34

study of, evidence on "spirits" needed,

VII 209

See also Healer(s); Mystic(s);

Occultist(s) Theurgy:

Ammonius' School taught, XIV 308

antediluvian mesmerism and, XII

215‑16

of archaic tradition, XII 214‑15

Christianity opposed, III 181

continuation of Egyptian Mysteries,

XI 215 (251)

daimones and, VII 121

dangers of, II 96

definition, II 90

effects of mastering, XII 560

esoteric, is magic, I 139

holiness needed to practice, XII

559‑60

key to practical, XIV 48, 51‑52, 116

magic and, XII 559‑60

mesmerism a secret of, XII 216‑17

Neo‑Platonists and, XI 228 (264‑65)

not understood, XI 234 (271)

Plotinus et al practiced, XIV 304

Porphyry opposed to, XIV 304

practical, discarded by Theosophists,

II 96

prodigies of, VII 123

Rja Yoga or, XII 560

rites of, not found in Theosophical

Society, XI 165

science of, fallen into disrepute,

II 33

teaches union with Higher Self, XIV

51‑52

See also Neo‑Platonism; Mysticism

Thevetat:

magicians of, IV 263

Thevetatas:

Etruscan gods, V 222

Thibaut, George (1848‑1914):

on the Sryaprajapti, III 153

tr. amkara on Parabrahman, XIV

393 fn.

Vednta‑Stras:

in Sacred Books of the East, XIII

163‑64 & fn.

bio‑bibliog., III 532‑33

Thief‑Catching:

"rolling pot" and, II 511

Thierry, Augustin (1795‑1856):

on true History, XIV 466

bio‑bibliog., XIV 572

Thilorier:

liquifies carbonic acid, IV 215

Things Concealed:

on power of hexagon, XIV 103

The Thinker:

bigoted Freethought organ, IV 156‑57,

277‑80

Thinkers:

Higher, cp. to Lower, X 222‑23

Mnasaputras become, X 322

Third Eye:

drugs or alcohol prevent development

of, XII 496, 698

or Eye of Siva, XII 496

nature of, XII 545

or Pineal gland, XII 616, 619

Thirlwall, Bishop Connop (1797‑1875):

XIII 334

bio‑bibliog., XIII 405

Thirteenth Aeōn:

Mexican Serpent Gods and, XIII 59

Mysteries of, XIII 24, 28, 38

Region of Pistis Sophia, XIII 32, 39,

52, 60

Table II on, XIII 63

Thlinkithians:

Popul‑Vuh and, V 223

Tholuck, Friedrich (1799‑1877):

Sephrōth and, IX 348 fn. (376 fn.)

on Sephrōth theory, XIV 171

bibliog., IX 457

Commentatio . . .:

VIII 216, 238 q.

bio‑bibliog., VIII 477; XIV 572

Tholuvore, Velayudham:

on Ramalinga's prophecy about T.S.,

IV 133‑36

Thomas, Dr.:

tried for heresy, III 344

Wesleyan minister, III 344

Thomas, Apostle:

duty of writing about Jesus, XIII

46‑47

Gospel of, XIII 47

Thomas, Fred:

unfair article by, I 214

Thomas, N. (1750?‑1812?):

engraver of Saint‑Germain's portrait,

III 528

Thomas, Palmer:

joined rya Samj, II 42

Thomson, James C. (1822‑1892):

sun and, II 483

Thomson, Sir William (1824‑1904):

"vortical atoms" of, XIII 86

Thong‑lam [Tib. mTho‑lam]:

Path of Seeing in Tibetan, XIV 442 & fn.

Thong‑lam‑pa [Tib. mTho‑lam‑pa]:

created by meditation, XIV 400‑01

a Seer in Tibetan, XIV 401

Tho‑og (Tib):

mystic word for "Space," XIV 408 fn.,

411 fn.

Thor:

Hammer of, ensign of power, II 144

smashes skull of snake, XIII 57

Thorah:

speaks to Ancient of Ancients, X 108‑09

See also Torah

Thoreau, H.D. (1817‑1862):

on "coloring" a day, IX 3

Thornton, Edward (1799‑1875):

-------- A Gazetteer . . . of India:

H.P.B.'s "Indian Letters" and, III

81‑82

bibliog., III 533

Thornton, Rev. R.:

on Spiritualism, III 345

Thory, C.A. (1757‑1827):

Acta Latomorum ...franche

maonnerie . . . :

XII 82 q.

bibliog., XII 779

Thoth:

II 89

definitions, XI 228 (265), 511 (534)

god of esoteric wisdom, XI 257

as Messenger in Egyptian inscription,

VIII 359 (376 & fn.)

real Books of Egyptian, XI 244 (280)

is self‑created, XIV 218

Sun god Horns and, IX 273

See also Thoth‑Hermes

Thoth, Books of:

additional, in Tomb library, XIII 232

compared to Bible, XIV 84

enjoin secrecy, XIV 39, 84

identical with Eastern teaching, XIV

39

Memphis fraternity and, XIV 39

Moses was Thoth numerically in, XIV 93

"thrice famous," XIV 104

See also Hermes‑Trismegistus,

Books of

Thoth‑Hermes:

January 4th sacred to, XII 76

key to secrets of, XI 515 (538), 525

(548)

Thothori‑Nyan‑tsan [Tho‑tho‑ri‑gan-

btsan] (fl. 4th C.):

Tibetan King & "heavenly" casket,

XIV 441 & fn.

Thought(s):

Absolute or Divine, X 360

acts independently of brain, III 426

after‑death apparitions and, III 173‑74

all‑absorbing, & after‑death

conditions, VI 102

arises before desire, XII 692

cannot be copyrighted, IX 400Q

confusion of modern, XIII 96

creative power of, in astral

atmosphere, X 224

current in Western, towards occult

philosophy, VI 173

dead man's, influences sensitives, III

426

death from another's, X 225

desire and, X 399

Divine Mind & 7 planes of, X 304

elementals & strong current of, IX

105

enduring influence of intense, III

425‑26

are entities, IX 16 fn.

Eternal, manifests Universe, XIV 237

every, recorded, XII 415

evoked by occult means, III 284

exoteric, & West, XIII 92

Great, is female, XII 554

human, & its infinite varieties, II 106

imagination and, II 171; VIII 133

immaterial, cp. to human dynamic,

VII 52

impression of, & precipitation, VI 120

incarnated, of evil men, II 510

infinite reverberations of, II 8 (19)

intense, creates & becomes objective,

III 282

as invisible Extension, VI 10 fn.

karma of, cp. with an act, X 225,

399

Karmic record of, XIII 76

last, at death, III 173; XI 446‑47

& fns.; XIII 74‑75

last to fade out at death, III 173

as material as germs, III 425

is material yet survives death, II 397

is matter, VI 200

of mesmerizer appearing as objective

reality, VI 35

objectivization of, VI 35

pinned to another's, XIII 83

plastic power of, X 224‑26

private, are inviolable, IX 400Q

projected at death, X 220‑22

punishment for "silent," X 225‑26

religious, not to be meddled with, IV 502

right, must be put into action, VI 336

scientific explanations about, VIII 339

sets molecules of brain in motion,

VIII 330

solidarity of, & morality, XIV 251

standardized, not possible, IV 495

"substance" not the Astral Light, XII

58

on supersensuous, XII 367

survival of, XIV 409 fn.

taking objective form,

X 339 Theosophical Society pioneer of free,

I 395

transference of, XIII 196, 200

watch daily, & actions, III 172

See also Cognition; Enlightenment;

Free Thought; Ideation;

Illumination; Inductive: Intellect;

Intelligence(s); Manas; Mental;

Mind; Platonic Method; Reason

Thought‑Divine:

Mann as personified, X 363 space and, X 304

Thought‑Image:

of Adepts & ordinary men, X 224

Thrason, Saint:

Saint Marcellus and, X 23

biog., X 428

Thrasymedes:

large scale hypnotism, XI V 118 fn.

Three:

symbol of divine triad, II 412

See also Triad(s); 7riangle(s); Trinity

Three Mothers:

emanate three Fathers, XIV 214

of Jews & Indian Shakos, XIV 65

in Kabalist Trinity, XIV 214

Light, Heat & Electricity, XIV 64

Thrones:

or 7 seats of Kabalists, X 19

Thuling Lamasery [Tib. mTho‑Idi]:

lamas not spiritual at, IV 160

Thummim:

as cherubs, VII 215

in divination rites, VII 239

urim and, VII 236 & fn.

Thumos (Gk):

anima bruta ace. to Diogenes, VII

205 fn., 211 n.

passional nature, I 292

prisprit and, I 361 (365)

Thunder:

psychic shocks and astral, IX

4008‑S

Thunderbolts:

evoked as magic weapons, XIV 104

Thurman, Dr.:

discreet Theosophist, V 8 (38)

on study needed to master Occultism,

IV 549‑50

Thury, Prof. Marc (1822‑1905):

called "phenomenalist," I 223

levitation a fact to, I 244

Thymichon (Gk):

an aspect of irrational soul, VII 229 Thyraeus, Petrus (1546‑1601):

Loca infesta . . . .

on evocations, VII 204 fn., 210‑11

bio‑bibliog., VII 399

Thytyas [Sk. Daitya(s)]:

or Rkshasas, III 402

Tiahuanaco (Peru):

ruins of, II 317‑18, 331

Tiamat:

Chaldean account of, cp. with

Kalevala, X 147

Tiani Tsang:

incarnation of Buddha, XIV 404‑05

Tian Ta'i:

See T'ien Ta'i

Tiberius, Emperor (42 B.C.‑37 A.D.):

believed in divination, XIV 351

Gains revolted against, XIV 295

practiced astrology, III 193

Tibet:

ancient seat of occult learning, III 418

Arhat system in, & Vyasa, IV 100

Bod Yul means, III 180 fn.; IV 16. 34

Buddha and, XIV 403‑05, 442

Buddha's prophecy about, V 244‑45

Buddhism and, V 245‑46

Buddhism introduced into, IV 13‑14

death for non‑chastity in Buddhist

order of, IV 7

H.P.B. in, VI 272‑74

Hindu shramas in Trans‑Himalyan,

XIV 423

holds Esoteric Doctrine, XIV 403,

405, 422‑23 fn., 431, 442, 443

ignorance about, IV 10‑11, 35

initiated Lamas form T.S. branch in

Lhasa, II 205 (208)

key to exclusiveness of, XIV 431

lamas of, & their robes, I 240 fn.

misinformation about, corrected, IV

161

noble ethics of, VIII 62 (84)

Om Mai Padme Hm and ancient

King of, XIV 441 & fn.

origin of term, III 180 & fn.

ig Veda written in, XIV 94

secret doctrine in, III 186

trance of animals and, II 203 (206)

`Uqqls travel to, III 187

See also Bod Yul

Tibetan(s):

Abbe Hue on, Lunar canvas, XIV

331 fn.

adepts & their doctrine, VII 347

article on, teachings by Thango‑pa

Chhe‑go‑mo, XIV 424 fn.

Buddhism confused with Bon religion,

XIV 433, 442

Buddhists don't believe in return of

spirits, VI 111

called Tu‑fon by Chinese Buddhists,

XIV 450

exclusiveness & its key, VI 105

forefathers of, Initiates from Sacred

Island, XIII 330

high ethical qualities of, IV 14

Jesuits misjudged, IV 14 fn.

prophecy of foreign invasion, XIV 431

sacred canon, XIV 422‑26, 424 fn., 442

sacred spots of the Brothers or

Arhats, XIV 423 & fn., 431, 442

teachings about after‑death states, VI

97‑112

temples have orrerys, XIV 331 fn.

uncertainity of spelling, terms, VI

112‑13

Tibullus, Albius (54?‑19 B.C.):

Elegiae:

on manes, VII 197 & fn.

bio‑bibliog., VII 399

Tichborne Case:

Kenealy and, IV 39 fn.

Tie(s):

real, binding all things, VI 319

worldly, & Theosophy, VIII 292‑95

Tiedemann, F. (1781‑1861):

on weight of brain, IV 509

biog., IV 666

T'ien‑Shan:

tablets hidden in, cave, III 467

T'ien T'ai:

Buddhist school, III 421

famous monastery in China, XIV 428

Mantra masters at, XIV 428 & fn.

publish comments on state of

Buddhism, XIV 450‑52

on Teachers of Haimavatas, III 421

Tiflis Messenger (Tiflisskiy Vestnik):

H.P.B.'s writings in, I 313

sent good reviews of Isis Unveiled, I

388‑89

Tiglatpileser, King:

"Inscription of Tiglath Pileser I":

on translation of, XIII 280 & fn.

Tigranes III, King of Armenia:

fire‑temple built in memory of, III

216

Tigris River:

Euphrates &, settlements, XIII 329‑30,

336

Tikkun:

Adam Kadmon or, II 91

definition, XIV 301‑02

in Kabalistic cosmogony, XIV 301‑02

pattern or idea of form, XIV 301‑02

See also Adam Kadmon; Macrocosm

Tile Club:

I 415

artists', I 438

Time:

abstract motion in, XII 414

AUM & Eternity of, XIII 56 & fns.

Boundless, generates Manvantaras,

XIV 244

Boundless, or Zarvan‑akarana, IV

421, 528

conceptions of, vary, X 312

cures all things, II 105

cures sceptics, VII 279

definition, X 310

divisions of, unreal, XIV 440

Duration and, IV 421

elemental world and, IX 105

Eternity and, III 317

futurity and, XIV 98‑99

infinite & conditioned, X 358

Infinite is symbol of, XIII 57

Logoi and, X 358‑59

moon cycles & Pra, XIII 71‑72

& fn.

Nirva outside of space and, XIII 62

no, for Devachanee, X 316

only Present, for Inner Ego, II 470 fn.

S.D. on Swan of, XIII 55

space and, X 310‑11

spatial extension and, XII 140‑41

star of Individuality and, XIII 72

a succession of numbers, XIV 98

as succession of states of

consciousness, X 314‑15

timelessness and, I 335

War of Titans and, XIV 200‑01

year of Light, XIII 78

Yogi embraces past & future in

present, II 119

See also Chronos; Cycle(s); Duration;

Eternity Times of Ceylon:

on "faith cures," IV 384 fn.

Times of India:

II 40, 41; IV 281

abuses Russians, II 392

publishes excerpts from Olcott's letter

to Dmodar, II 489 & fn.

on tiny membership of T.S. in U.S.A.,

II 511

I Timothy:

XIV 124 fn., 396 fn.

on rejection of Gnosis, XIV 304

on Theos, X 241

II Timothy:

III 51 fn.

Tindall, A.F.:

occult investigator of Adepts, XII 31

Tipiaka (Pli):

given to Adyar Library, XI 445; XII

300

See also Tripiaka Tiravellum (or Tiruvallam) Mahtma:

See Narayana (Tirivellum Mahtma)

Tiresias:

a Boeotian diviner, XIV 351

Tiridates, King (fl. 4th C.):

III 215

army of, baptised, III 216

Trthakara:

VII 223 fn.

ceremony in Nepal, XIV 74‑75 fn.

Tiru Vicrama, King (fl. 178):

sovereign of Scandapura, V 184

Tischendorf, Lobegott F.K. (1815‑1874):

Biblical scholar on dating of

theological work, VI 152

Tishri:

Day of Judgment on, XII 73

historical data about, XII 72‑73

Tistrya:

Rain-bestowing god as our 6th

principle, IV 523

Titans:

War of, related to Time‑Periods, XIV

200‑01

Titian (1477‑1576):

models of, XIII 182

Titicaca, Lake (Bolivia):

gods of Incas appeared near, II 306

Inca history began at, II 331

origin of Aymaras and, II 308, 317

size & elevation of, II 316

two architectural styles in ruins on, II 318

Tities:

part of triple alliance with Ramnes &

Luceres, V 214

Titles:

H.P.B. and, II 40‑41

Titus, Emperor (40?‑81):

victory of, owed to Apollonius, XIV

135

Ti u:

or Tuisto of Northmen, II 90

Toaldo, Giuseppe (1719‑1797):

earthquake theories and, III 149

Tobacco:

moderate use not prohibited in E.S.,

XII 496, 685

Tobe:

month of, XIII 10‑I1

Tod, Col. James (1782‑1835):

on Moryas, VI 40

Rajputs' descent and, V 207

Annals and Antiquities of

Rajasthan . . .:

on heroism, XI 197

on Indian origin of Hercules, XIV

246

bibliog., XI 592

Todas:

customs & characteristics of, I 356‑58

secrets well hidden, I 353

Toddy:

unfair tax on, & Indian mutiny, II 294

Toes:

evolution of, I 229

Tohu‑vah‑bohu:

Chaos in Kosmos, XIV 187, 233, 235, 244

compared with Greek Hadēs, XIV 238

Kabalistic enumeration of, XIV 244

& fn.

primordial Darkness, XIV 235, 244

as taught by liphas Lvi, XIV

233‑35, 237‑38

theological meaning, XIV 238 fn., 244

Toledo, Don Garcia G. de (fl. 16th C.):

discovered great treasure, II 327‑28

Tolerance:

Southey on, IV 412

of Theosophical Society. IV 126‑27,

470‑71 & fn.

Toleration:

nature of, IX 7, 10

 

Tollenare, Jean de:

head of Jesuits in German Flandre,

IX 420

Tolon:

hieroglyphics near, II 325

Tols:

schools of Sanskrit literature, XII 306

Tolstoy, Count Leo (1828‑1910):

continence not celibacy favored by,

XII 244‑45

criticized for views on marriage, XII

245‑46

denounced by English & American

press, XII 243‑44

foreign translator can't do justice to,

XII 9

as freethinker, VIII 298

greatest psychologist of this century,

XII 243

on mystery of life, VIII 242‑47

a mystic rather than orthodox

Christian, XII 127

on poverty & the poor, VIII 56

(77‑78)

practical Christian, X 163‑64

psycho‑spiritual evolution of, XII

126‑27

religious mysticism of, tales, XII 9‑10

satirized Spiritualism, XII 127

a "sign of the times," XII 126

true Theosophist, VIII 55 (77)

visited Dissenters & religious

hermitages, XII 127

Anna Karenina:

XII 126‑27, 243

Confessions:

XII 126‑27

Cossacks and Family Happiness:

XII 126‑27

Death of Ivan Ilyitch:

XII 243

God is in Right, and not in

Might:

XII 9‑10

How a Devils Imp Redeemed his

Loaf ....:

H.P.B.'s translation of, XII 10‑13

The Kreutzer Sonata:

XII 243 q., 245‑47 q., 387 q.

called a purient book, XII 243, 255

reviewed, XII 243‑46

War and Peace:

VIII 55 (77)

Wherein is Love, Therein is God:

XII 9

bibliog., VIII 477; XII 780

Toltecs:

II 319

more hypothetical than proven, II 315

Tone:

definite, in nature, III 434

See also Kung

Tong‑Pa‑nyi [Tib. sTo‑pa‑id]:

definition, VI III

freedom from desire, XIV 452 fn.

a stage of enlightenment, XIV 452

See also Space; nyat

Tonsure:

priests of Anubis and, XI 77

solar meaning of, VIII 361 (379)

Tookaram Tatya:

See Tukaram Tatya

Topcider (Belgium):

murder at, I 164 fn.

Topes:

mounds and, II 316

Topinard, Paul (1830‑1911):

IX 239 fn.

summarizes Haeckel, VIII 33 et seq.

bio‑bibliog., VIII 477‑78

Torah:

Zohar on recital of, XIV 38

Torch of Liberty:

truth in America and, XI 162

Torquemada, TomAs de (1420?‑1498):

II 322

Christianity and, IV 97

on number of Mexican temples, II 320

Tortoise:

long‑lived, II 459

"Toughskin, Rev.":

III 428

Tower of Babel:

See Babel, Tower of

Tower‑Man:

extra‑terrestrial possibility, VII 81

Towers:

idol‑fanes for profane, XIV 282

places of Initiation, XIV 222, 281‑82

relics of ancient Wisdom, XIV 281

See also Round Towers; Ziggurat

Toys:

violent, wrong for children, X 226‑28

Trade:

infernal spirit of, IX 307

Tradition(s):

about Atlantis, II 434‑35

of cave in Tien‑Shan & Zoroaster, III

467‑68

T‑aividy (Sk.):

Yaja‑Vidy as key to, IX 251 fn.

Trallianus, Alexander (fl. 6th C. B.C.):

on oracular head, VII 220

bio‑bibliog., VII 356

Trance:

or coma produced by plant juice, II

460

condition & colors, XII 565

of Damascus girl, I 182 et seq.

difference between self‑induced, &

hypnotic, XII 565

Gen. Yermolov's vision cp. to, XII

231‑33

hypnotic, III 43‑44

of initiation, VIII 196

of Mme. Kashereninoff, II 462

of sensitive, I 168 et seq.

as sleep of Siloam, VIII 204 fn.

‑speakers, IV 122‑24, 154

stops wear & tear of organs, II

460‑61, 468‑69

subjective vision and, III 283

voluntary, II 458

See also Hypnotism; Medium(s);

Sance(s); Somnambulism

Tranchell, Major:

Kotahena riots and, IV 435‑37 fn.

Transactions of National Insurance

Convention:

Olcott & the, III 12‑13 & fn.

bibliog., III 533

Transcendentalists:

knew peace of philosophic mind, IX 4

made life sublime, IX 4

Transformations:

twelve, of our world, IV 376, 378

Trans‑Himlayan School:

on location of 3 main Ns and, XII

616

Transmigration:

cyclic, II 73

denied by Buddhist monks, IX 147 fn.

on doctrine of, XIII 81

Hindu mercy for animals based on,

VII 20

implied on false evidence, III 139

of life‑atoms, meaning of, IV 559; V

109‑17

of material particles in nature, III 385

meaning of, into animals, VI 205

of men into animal bodies denied,

XIV 448 fn.

no reason for cruelty to animals, XII

238

special meaning of, VII 111, 183

temporary, of ankara, II 217

Theosophy believes in evolutionary, II

92‑93

See also Life‑Atoms; Metempsychosis

Transmission:

of auric fluid in hypnotism, XII

395‑96

Transmutation:

Adepts do not require, IX 117

of gold is black magic in most cases,

XI 523 (546)

of Matter, XIII 56‑57

possibility of, XI 508 (531), 510 (533)

real meaning of, IX 117

See also Alchemy; Metamorphosis

Travels of Peter:

VIII 221‑22

Treasure of Light:

Hierarchies of Emanations in, XIII 36

planes below the, XIII 27

or Plērōma, XIII 28‑29

projections of, XIII 9, 27

Twelve Saviors of, XIII 12, 22, 27

Treasures:

elementals conceal, IX 116, 124‑26

supplied to Adepts in emergencies, IX

117

Tree:

‑leaf records of early races, XIV 175

symbolism of, XII 702

‑trick performed by fakirs, I 273‑74

Tree of Knowledge:

Bo‑tree as, XIV 459 fn.

fruits of, dangerous, XIV 59 & fn.

fully developed in 3rd Root Race, IV

514

is One, XII 234

Tree of Life:

XIV 142

as eternal Monad, XII 630

fruits of, dangerous, XIV 59 & fn.

fully developed in 3rd Root Race, IV 514

on Haoma & Yggdrasill as, III 460

Tau & crux ansata are, XIV 153

"Tree of Ten Thousand Images":

legend about, at Kumbum, IV 347‑51

Tremain, Mr.:

fictional character, X 291

Tremeschini, Mr.:

answers H.P.B., V 64, 65

erroneous ideas of, IV 550‑53

errors of, about Theosophy, V 9

(38‑39), 24‑25 (52‑54)

"grand" evidence of, V 26‑27 (55‑56)

H.P.B.'s controversy with, V 2‑4 (4‑6),

7‑35 (36‑64); VI 78‑85 (85‑93)

Yugas and, V 26‑27 (55), 30‑31 (59)

Trepoff, Gen. Demitri (1855‑1906):

Grand Duke Konstantin's safe and, III 165‑66

Tret Yuga (Sk.):

IV 551 fn., 552; VI 77‑78 (86), 82 (91)

characteristics during rise & fall of,

VI 117

Initiates and, XIII 356

one, in each Mah-Yuga, XIV 368

ig‑Veda written in, XIV 94

ishis of, XIV 68, 368

Tremeschini's odd view of, V 26‑28

(55‑56), 30‑31 (59)

See also Cycle(s); Era(s); Yuga(s);

Triad(s):

tma‑Buddhi‑Manas is Divine, XIII

77

in Book of the Dead, XII 626

celestial & Hindu, XII 551

emanations, XIV 50, 185‑86, 189,

216 fn., 394

Higher, & Lower Quaternary, XII

691‑92

Higher, is "God," XIII 48 & fn.

Higher, remains close after death, V

79‑80

Hindu, XIV 185‑86, 188

Holy, or Tetraktys, XIV 50, 99, 189‑90

human, perfect microcosm, IV 263‑64

Justinus on first, XIII 49

Kabalistic, XIV 189, 207, 213, 216 fn.

lower, & Higher quaternary, XII 607

or occult trident, XIV 207

principles of higher, dormant in

animals, X 313

Triple, XIII 54

triple hypostasis, XIV 185‑87, 189

upper, symbolized by wheat, X 50‑51

(58), 54 (62)

See also Tetraktys; Trikya; Trimrti;

Trinity

Triangle(s):

becomes the Four, X 356

circle and, X 385

circle & cosmic activity, XI 506 (530)

divine figure, XIV 99, 186

equilateral, as 3 Emanations of En‑

Soph, III 313

equilateral, & the One Element, IV

220

evolution of, X 355‑56

in Greek delta, etc., XIV 99

interlaced, XIII 16‑17

interlaced, or hexagon, XIV 103,

379‑80

interlaced, symbolism, III 250, 312‑23

isosceles, & Masonry, XI 174 fn.

(182 fn.)

isosceles & scalene in, analogy, VI 209

as manifested Logos, X 351‑52

perfect number and, XIII 17

Potentiality of Spirit, XIII 16

Pythagorean, XIV 186

Rays and, X 368

right‑angled, XIII 17

as symbol, IX 263

symbolism of, XII 564; XIV 99

See also Geometrical Figure(s);

Pentagram; Pyramid(s); Tetraktys

Tribe(s):

dispersal of Turan, XIII 330

at Eten Peru & Chinese language, II

337

of Karaim Jews, XIV 174

ten lost, of Israel, IX 95, 352 fn.

(380 fn.); XIV 174, 179

Ptolemy summoned lost, XIV 179

See also Indians, American

Tribeni:

Yoga stage & sound, IV 166

The Tribune (Lahore):

on Sardha Ram, III 306‑10

Tricks:

alleged, & occult phenomena, X

131‑32

meaning of psychological, X 269

Tridaas (Sk.):

triple‑knotted bamboo rod, XII 701

Tridaa (Sk.):

the thrice ten, X 377

Trideni (Sk.):

medulla oblongata, I & Pigal,

XII 700

Trikya (Sk.):

Mahyna view of, or 3 bodies, XIV

390‑92 & fn., 436 & fn., 437

of Nirvnic state, XIV 401 fn.

Orientalists miss real meaning of, XI

470

See also Dharmakya; Nirmakya;

Sambhogakya

Trimurti (Sk.):

Brahm and, III 424

creative aspect of, XII 411

Hindu Trinity, X 346; XIII 27

personifications of trinity or, XIV 79,

100, 186, 188

symbol of material Universe, XII

149‑50

See also Triad; Trinity

Trinitarianism:

not found in Book of Enoch, XIV

79

not supported by Bible, XIV 354 fn.

Trinities:

all forces in nature are, IV 166

Trinity:

alchemical agents and, XI 517 (540)

Avatra and, II 160

Christian, X 332‑33

Church strife over, XIV 145

Hindu, Greek, Egyptian & Hebrew,

XIV 185‑86, 188

historical, XI 101

Kabalistic, is feminine, XIV 214

Kabalistic Sun and, XIV 224

of Kether, okmh & Bnh, XIV

189, 190, 213‑14 216 fn.

in Mahyna Buddhism, XIV 390‑92

& fn.

meaning of divine hypostasis in, XIV

186‑87, 224

Solar, is universal, XIV 222‑23

Supersubstantial, XIV 337

trimrti and, XI 517 (540)

See also Holy Trinity; Triad(s);

Trimrti

Trinosophes, Us:

Masonic Brotherhood founded by

Ragon, XIV 296 fn.

See also Masonry; Ragon de'

Bettignies, Jean

Tripiaka:

III 182

Chinese, donated to Adyar Library,

XII 341

logical & metaphysical, III 88

bibliog., III 533

See also Tipiaka

Triple:

‑Powers, XIII 33

Triad & quaternary, XIII 54

Tish (Sk.):

as tah, V 92

thirst for physical life, IV 342

Trithemius (or Tritheim) Johannes

(1462‑1516):

IV 594

invented cipher, XIV 266

Kabalist & monk, XIV 209

Rosicrucian, XIV 167

De Secundis Deis:

seven angels created world, XIV 266

bio‑bibliog., IV 666‑67; XIV 572

Trivikrama Avatra (Sk.):

IV 367

legend of, & demon Bali, XIII 158

Triyugee [Sk. Triyugal:

meaning, II 120

Trophonius:

descent into den of, XIV 135

Troppman, J.B.:

IX 363 & fn. (391 & fn.)

Troy:

fact or fiction, XIII 227

Schliemann's, XIII 227

See also Schliemann, Heinrich

Trubezh (Russia):

primitive man on, II 261

True Northerner:

V 102

bibliog., V 386

Truism:

Immortal, IX 31

Trulpa:

See Tulpa

Trumbull, H.C. (1830‑1903):

The Blood‑Covenant . . .:

Massey on, & ancient Egyptian rite,

VIII 251

bibliog., VIII 478 Truth(s):

Absolute as unreachable, IX 33‑34

no absolute, in this world, IX 31, 33

Absolute & relative, IX 98; XIV 436

Adepts always guardians of, XIII 264,

313‑14

Adepts still know primitive, XII 601

alone is eternal, II 105

any, discovered is part of Absolute,

IX 103

any member of T.S. can foster, VI 336

asphyxiated by biblical superstition, II

347

attitude of, seeker, III 377‑79

as Beacon‑light, XI 213 (249), 226

(262)

in Belgian proverb, XIII 246

belongs to all, XIII 246

Bride of the Initiate, XIII 77‑78

can never die, X1 293

cannot be given to public, XI 521

(544)

cant and, IX 83

Cause of, I 199

cleansing of spiritual, object of T.S., I

306

climbs uphill, XIV 457

common root of all religions, X 169

contempt for, in our age, XII 310

creed in T.S. and, IX 244

cutting paths for, X 231

debased, IV 333

defence of, XIII 269

Deity of, XIII 36

dispels error eventually, IV 334

divine, fragmented, XI 243 (280)

dogma & authority end of, XIV 117,

323

enemies defeated by, alone, XII 595

Esoteric, & 7 truths, XIII 57

facts & fictions, III 222 et seq.

falsehood and, IV 327

forefathers accepted one, XIII 98

Founders of T.S. will not renounce,

IV 94

Four Noble, of Buddhism, X 326

God of Theosophists is, VIII 58 (80)

Gods adore the One Dark, XII 570

grand, in Eastern scriptures, XIV 45

Greek letters pertaining to, XIII 52

Guru communicates ultimate, XIV

376

Hall of the Two, XIII 76

in heart of Adept, XIV 55

heroism & self‑abnegation, XI 193

higher than any earthly consideration,

IV 244

highest & noblest, XIII 155

hurricane of, imminent, I 116

imposition of, breeds evil, IV 501

Initiates swear to die for, XI 100 fn.

karma and, X 287‑88

lies between extremes, VI 228

light of, beacon of H.P.B.'s life, I 127

logic & science, IV 569

Lords of, XIII 83

love, for its own sake, IX 34

as man envisages, IV 306

man must love, before he will believe

it, XI 49

mankind not prepared for, XIV 46, 64

martyrdom for occult, XIV 26

mathematics of, XIV 62‑63

mesmerized from chel by lama, IV

313

mission of Theosophists and, VI 183,

333‑34

mixed with error, IX 8

a multi‑faced jewel, IX 34

must not be mingled with error, X

170

naked, appears false, VII 84

natural phenomena and, III 93

nature of, VI 140

need fear no light, IV 338

needs no lies, III 241

no Religion higher than, XII 419, 428;

XIV 323, 465‑66

not always wise to tell, XI 111 (125)

not as sensational as falsehood, XI

366

not forced on people, XIII 120, 313

not in religions, X 81

not respecter of persons, XIII 148,

245‑46

is One, III 134, 266; IV 333, 426; X

172

one altar of, II 106

the One, as heart of universe, XI 225

(262)

One Eternal, IX 134

One, symbolized by bread, X 241

One, underlies all religions, IV 25,

295, 426; IX 8, 134

the One, & unity, XI 237 (274)

only study of Plērōma will reveal, XII

570

path leading to divine, XI 120 (134)

people prefer prejudices to, XIII

83‑84, 245‑46, 286

people's fury and, III 364

Planetary Spirits strike keynote of,

XII 600‑02

prejudiced minds block occult, X 128

primal, faded from man's memory,

XII 600‑01

primeval & religious, VIII 209

pure philosophy alone can establish,

II 158

pursuit of, for own sake, XII 314‑I6

ramifications of, are infinite, II 106

recognition of, & Dhyna, III 430

recognized by many, VII 284

reflection of, non‑dual, XIII 92‑93

relative, & Universal Mind, IX 41

reliance on, not authority, XIII 119,

245‑46

religion of Theosophists, XI 228 (264)

religious tolerance and, IV 471

reminiscence of archaic, dying out, III

181

retarded by technological knowledge,

IX 103

revealed, but reveiled since time of

Moses, XIV 257

scientists and, II 157

search for, III 377‑79; IX 7

Secret Brotherhood and, XIV 27

sectarianism and, IV 408

self‑forgetfulness reveals, VIII 126

selfishness befouls divine, XII 597

of sevenfold universe, XIII 57

slow to be accepted, II 57 (63)

source of early religions, XII 234

spirit of, in a group evokes

Theosophy, VII 160‑61

stranger than fiction, XIII 210

Sun of, IX 31‑32

superstition and, II 80

Tacitus on, VII 90

tempered by enthusiasm, XII 196

theory and, II 311

Theosophical Society in search of

absolute, II 443

Theosophists are fearless searchers

after, II 430, 433

Theosophists favor One Great, IV 305

Theosophy as way leading to, XI 229

(266)

Theosophy is science of, XI 110 (124)

Theosophy means, IX 9

as Tree of Knowledge, XII 234

Tribunal of, will replace reliance on

authority, XII 221

triumph of, real motive of Occultists,

VIII 157

Tsong‑kha‑pa on sacred, VI 99‑100

Universal, IX 34; XII 347

untiring search for, III 306

unwelcome, XI 331‑32

various means of disseminating, I 380

voice of, VIII 101‑02

way to approach, with Spiritual eye,

XIV 249

whenever told, is not forgiven, XI 291

will prevail, I 114; X 172; XIII 286

See under Theosophy; Universal

Religion

 

The Truthseeker:

IV 353

D.M. Bennett and, X 141 fn.

"Try":

is battle‑cry of spiritual aspirants, XII

505

even the unfit can earnestly, XII 583

See also Action(s); Effort; Golden

Stairs

Tsaba:

or Archangels, XIV 111, 216

Host of, XIV 328

meaning in Tsabaōth, XIV 326

Moses rf. to, in Genesis, XIV 328

ornatus in Vulgate, XIV 328

Tsabaōth‑Elōhm:

derivation of, XIV 216, 326

Tschudi, Johann 3. von (1818‑1889):

II 305

bio‑bibliog., II 546

Tsebōth:

description of, XIII 25‑26

Father of Soul of Jesus, XIII 36, 65

the Good, XIII 22, 25

the Great, XIII 36

prayer to, XIII 26

three aspects of, XIII 25

Tsebōth‑Adamas:

Ialdabaōth and, XIII 44

Ruler of Archōns, XIII 25

Ruler of six Aeōns, XIII 34

See also Aeōn(s); Archōn(s)

Tserteleff, Prince D.N.:

edited Russian Review, XII 335

Tsin Dynasty:

China had sovereigns far prior to, XI 15

Tsonda:

in legend of Buddha's death, XIV

85 fn.

Tsong‑kha‑pa [Tso‑kha‑pa] (1357‑1419):

on attempts to enlighten West, XIV

431

disappeared at death, XIV 135 fn.

forbade necromancy, XIV 427, 441

founder of secret School, XIV 425

Gelug‑pa Order of Buddhism founded

by, I 240 fn.

an incarnation of Amita Buddha, IV 11

an incarnation of Buddha, XIV 405,

425, 427

Lamaism split after, XIV 427‑28

original Dus‑Kyi Khorlo rewritten by,

XIV 441

Prs scholars on, XIV 427

prophecy of, about Tibet & Western

nations, VI 105; XIV 431

Red Caps opposed, III 419

reforms of, IV 10, 15

on sacred truth, VI 99‑100

told how to recognize a Bodhisattva,

XIV 427

Lam‑rim‑chen‑mo:

III 186 fn.

purpose & use, IX 158

bibliog., III 513; IX 441

bio‑bibliog., XIV 573‑75

See also Gelukpa(s); Klachakra

Tsung‑men:

Chinese Esoteric Buddhism, XIV 447,

450

Tubercular Baccillus:

at first denied, XIII 144

Tucker, Major:

Salvation Army and, IV 410

Tuisto:

red earth and, V 219

Tuitit Bey:

Olcott & acrostic of, I 87

orders from, I 89

Tukaram Thtya (1836‑1898):

high worth of, X 188

priceless work of, XII 159, 299

biog., III 533‑35

Tukui:

forefathers of Turks, II 176

worship of, II 176

Tulku [Tib. sPrul‑pa'i‑sku]:

Adepts conscious incarnation is, XIV

401 fn., 437

doctrine of, I 481

Nirmakya in Tibetan is, XIV

392 fn., 437

Zoroaster's lives compared with

Lamaistic, III 458

See also Nirmakya

Tulpa [Tib. sPrul‑pa]:

voluntary incarnation, VI 112; XIV

401 & fn.

Tul‑pa'i‑ku:

See Tulku

Tuluva:

Mdhwchrya's followers of, on

akara, V 184

Tumb (Sk.):

definition, II 118

Tumuli:

"cup" markings of, II 346‑47

Tunganth Peak:

Mahtmas live in caves near, II 121

Tupper, Martin Farquhar (1810‑1889):

poet, II 46

Turamaya:

Weber and, V 236

Turan:

dispersal of tribes of, XIII 330

evil spirits of, XIV 21

Turanians:

anterior to Babylon & Nineveh, XIII

333, 336

cradle of, V 217, 224

languages of, XIII 329, 333, 336

mixed race, XIII 329

nature religions of, XIII 329

not first in Euphrates Tigris valleys,

XIII 329

predecessors of Akkadians, XIII 328,

330, 336

Tibetan aborigines not, III 419

Turban (or fe):

Master M. left, for Olcott, VI 29

photograph of Morya's, in The

Theosophist, VI 29

Turgenyev, Ivan S. (1818‑1883):

effect of the writings of, II 360‑61

Fathers and Sons:

Nihilism & Russian political history,

II 360‑61

"Croquet at Windsor":

Blavatsky's translation, I 253‑54

Turya (Sk.):

definition, XII 711

highest state of Raj Yoga, X 257

See also Rja‑Yoga

Turya Avasth (Sk.):

or Nirva, Ill 412

Turkey:

mullahs and, II 271

Turks:

barbarities of, I 255 et seq.,

262

Mongols and, XIII 329

Turner:

Olcott's solicitor, II 48

Turner, Samuel (1749?‑1802):

never entered Tibet, IV 11

praised Tibetan character, IV 14 fn.

bio‑bibliog., IV 667‑68

Turnour, George (1799‑1843):

Buddha and, V 247 fn., 255

translated Buddhist history of Ceylon,

II 134

bio‑bibliog., II 546

Tursenoi (also Turshas, Tyrsenii):

pre‑Roman, V 167

Turvaa (Sk.):

Yavanas and, V 308

Tusculan Disputations:

See Cicero, Marcus Tullius

Tushita Devaloka (Sk.):

blissful realm of, self‑created, VI 363

Maitreya Buddha's celestial realm,

XIV 451 fn.

Tutelar Genii:

of Egyptian Gnostics, XIII 29

Twain, Mark:

See Clemens, Samuel

Twashtri [Sk. Tvashi]:

divine carpenter, VIII 209

Twelve:

number 36 and, III 326

Pythagorean & Kabalistic views of, III

319‑20

Twelvefold Division:

is exoteric equivalent of 14, IV 378

Twentieth Century:

Christianity and, VIII 207

may be last of its name, VIII 205

strange developments in store for,

VIII 205

Two Worlds:

bogus advertisement and, XI 304‑05

Tyerman:

Freethought Vindacated:

on failings of theology, III 134‑35

Tylor, Sir Edward B. (1832‑1917):

on animism, XII 351 fn.

bio‑bibliog., XII 780

Tympanum:

protected by occult means, VII 74

Tyndall, John (1820‑1893):

I 225; IV 310, 555; V 3 (5); VIII 94;

XIII 262 q., 311‑12 q.; XIV 6 q.

Belfast Address of, IX 57

on brain & consciousness, IX 88

on chasm between mind & matter,

XII 409

confused about metaphysics, XII 134

on electricity, IV 219

on germs in ether, III 405

his "gropings" of matter, XIII 89

on matter & force, IV 206, 601‑02

& fn.

on metaphysics, IV 216; XI 224 (261)

on mind, IX 12

on musical sounds, IV 164

on numbers & harmony in world, IV

303

on our ignorance, III 203

"poet laureate" of matter, XIII 142 fn,

on Radiant Heat, III 103

says Science powerless, XIV 10 fn.

scientific imagination and, XII 134

on shape of particles & ice‑crystals, X

400

shows fern forms in ice, X 400

on sun's heat, V 161‑62

Theosophists and, IV 599 fn.

unfair & cowardly, III 232

the "Unknowable" and, XII 295, 409

Fragments of Science:

on consciousness, VIII 330‑31

on matter, brain & molecular action,

IX 57

on "The Scientific Use of

Imagination," XIII 142 & fn.

On Science and Man:

on metaphysics, II 158

bibliog., II 547; VIII 478

Tyng, Dr. Stephen H. (1800‑1885):

on coming of Christ, III 231 & fn.

Typal Work:

allegorical &, in Gospels, IX 367 fn.

(395 fn.)

Typhon (or Kepha):

Egyptian god of darkness, XIV 318‑19

in Egyptian Mysteries, XIII 26

emasculates Osiris, XIII 31 fn.

Great Bear constellation in Egypt,

XIV 203

kills Osiris during rite of Initiation,

XIV 279

"Mother of the Revolutions," XIV 203

nefast (evil) power of, XIII 29

as Old Dragon, XIV 203

or Seth, Satan, El & Moses, XIII

101 fn.

SutTphonian and, XIV 203

as Western gate of Death,

XIV 318‑19

Typhon‑Set:

as Dragon, X 49 (56‑57)

Tyrant:

deities in Gnosticism, XIII 35

Tyrus, Tyre:

V 167

ancient walls of, V 164

Dius the Phoenician wrote history of,

V 299

Tzeretelef, Prince A.:

odd experiment with mirror, II 435‑36

Tzi‑gadze [Tib. gŹis‑ka‑rtse] (Tibet):

visited by H.P.B., VI 272

Tziganes:

Hungarian, & sorcery, II 230

Tzina:

See China

Tziruph:

definition, X 398