Volume XV

 

V index

 

The Vaccination Inquirer:

on medical quackery, IV 200-01

Vach (Sk.):

Aditi and, XIV 156 & fn.

or articulate speech, XIV 187

brain cavities and, VI 5

Charcot's experiments and, II 285

curative agent in mantras, IV 165

female Logos, XIV 290

as Logos, VI 262

meanings in Atharva-Veda, XIV

156 fn.

as Melodious cow, XIII 42, 160

"Mother of all that lives," XIII 42 rf.;

XIV 156 fn.

mystery language, V 298

mystic divine voice, VI 11 fn.

not comparable to Mithra, XI 43

passages in head and, VI 5

relation of, to akaa, VI 80 (89)

respecting creation, XIV 156, 187,

198, 290

same as Kwan-yin, VI 104

seven mystic centers and, VI 5

as tail of cow, XIII 160

Viraj and, XIV 187, 198

voice of deity, V 100

See also Logos(oi); Verbum; Voice;

Word(s)

Vachaspati:

Olcott and, V 324

Vachivara [Sk. Vagivara]:

or Voice-Deity, VI 104; XIV 408 fn.

Vacuum:

absolute, impossible, V 152

energy transmitted through, by

Crookes, IV 315-16

no, in nature, IV 221

plenum and, X 318

Vadya (Sk.):

II 117

The Vahan:

meaning & scope, XII 417

Vahi Saraswati (Sk.):

Sambhala and, VIII 58 (80)

Vaidhatra (Sk.):

patronymic for Kumaras, XIV 328

Vaidya Rajas (Sk.):

reign of the, V 309

Vaikrita (Sk.):

or Padma creation, XII 187

Vairajas (Sk.):

fiery Egos from other manvantaras,

XII 672

Vaisakha (Sk.):

Buddha's birthday on full moon of, V

287

Vaisali:

Council held 120 years after

Buddha's nirvana, V 246 fn.

once capital of Magadha, V 258

Vaiseshika School:

Kanada the author of, V 31 (60)

school of Indian philosophy, XII

343 fn.

See also Kanada

Vaiseshikas (Sk.):

IV 580

Vaishnavas (Sk.):

debase Mudras, II 119

regard Vishnu as Supreme God,

XIV 241 fn.

or "Vishnavites" celebrate Sivaratri,

II 117

See also Vishnu

Vaitarani (Sk.):

"cow" of wisdom and, XIII 160

of Garuda-Purana, XIII 159

not an objective river, XIII 159-60

Vaivasvata Manu (Sk.):

definitions, IV 578; X 363

Hindu Noah of, clan, V 223

possible avatar of Mahat, X 364

seventh Manu, IV 577

of Solar Race, XII 170 (180)

See also Manu(s)

Vajradhara (Sk.):

is Adi or Supreme Buddha, XIV 392,

401

beyond Vajrasattva, X 343

conqueror of demons allegory, XIV

402

dual role cp. with Metatron of

Kabalists, XIV 402

never objective Logos, XIV 401-02

Regent of Dhyani Chohans, XIV

401-02

in second Arupa World, XIV 402-03

See also Vajrasattva

Vajrapani (Sk.):

Subduer of Evil Spirits, XIV 403

Vajrasattva.(Sk.):

Dhyani-Buddhas and, XIV 392

dual aspect of Vajradhara, XIV 402

as Supreme Buddha exoterically, X

343

as Vajradhara is unmanifest, XIV 402

Valas [Vlvas]:

Nordic priestesses, XIV 23

Valckenaer, Louis G. (1714-1785):

on Aristobulus, XIV 11 fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 575

Valentinian(s):

basis of system, XIII 14

called the Barbēlitae, XIII 25

Charts on the Plērōma, XIII 15, 16,

28

on Demiurge, XIII 26, 43

Irenaeus on, XIII 26

or Ophite Schools, XIII 1

on Pentad in, Chart, XIII 30

System on Sophia, XIII 42 fn.

See also Gnosticism; Ophite(s)

Valentinus (fl. 2nd C.):

cp. with Pythagoras & Plato, XIII

13-14

Egyptian Gnostic, XIV 112

an heretical Buddhist, V 211 fn.

Marcion and, XI 108

master of Gnosis, XIII 66 fn.

Plērōma of, is Space of Occult

Philosophy, XII 570

sources about, XII 570, 580

See also Gnostic(s)

Vallabhacharyas (Sk.):

depraved & shameless sect, II 33; X

107

Vallancey, Charles (1721-1812):

on Daghdai, III 465

on similarity of Chaldaic & Gaelic,

XIV 258 fn.

Vamadeva-Modelyar:

on Pralaya, II 486

Vampire(s):

-bride or succubus, XII 197

cravings of, VI 210-11

exorcisms of, VII 227

immorality and, IV 300

one may be an unconscious, XII 396

a shell, VI 170

See Incubi(us); Succubi(us)

Vampirism:

auric fluid and, XII 396

is black magic, XII 396-97

blind & mechanical process, XII 396

necromancy and, I 286

See also Black Magician(s)

Vaavali (Sk.):

genealogies, V 28 fn. (57 fn.)

source of other genealogies, IX 197

(219)

Van Helmont:

an alchemist, VII 252

Van Oven, Dr. Barnard:

on longevity, IV 448

bibliog., IV 668

Vanaprastha (Sk.):

definition, II 118

Vandalism:

Ghebers' Temple and, II 122 et seq.

Vandals:

still come from the North, II 122

Vanderbilt:

H.P.B. subpoenaed in, case, I 419-20

Vanghapara Dog:

symbolism in Magianism, IV 519 fn.

Vania, K.F.:

Mme. H.P Blavatsky: Her

Occult Phenomena . . .:

II 489 fn.; VI 295

bibliog., II 547; VI 447

Vanissa Atalanta Butterfly:

odd markings on, IV 350

Vanity:

blinds intuition, X 129

conceit &, of "civilized" nations, XI

197-98

crushing of personal, XIII 129-30

Vanity Fair:

on Tolstoy's marriage views, XII

243-44

Varago-Rooss [Varyago-Russ]:

Rurik a, II 353

Varaha-Mihira (505?-587):

Greek influence on, XIII 324

Brihat-sahita:

V 273 bibliog., V 363

See also Vedas

Vararuchi:

V 178

Varley, C.F (1828-1883):

I 31; III 52

biog., 1 529-30

Varro, Marcus T. (116-27 B.C.):

calls Gods divine powers, XIV 314

Varro, P. Terentius (82?-36 B.C.):

Rerum Rusticarum:

on Bacilli, XIII 161

Vartamana (Sk.):

I 336

definition, I 335

Varuna (Sk.):

Ambarisha and, XII 171 (181)

cannot harm an Aranyaka, XII 172 (182)

cp. to Ouranos & Zeus, XI[ 170 fn.

(180 fn.)

Power of water, V 302

Varuni and, XII 174 & fn. (184 & fn.)

Vasana (Sk.):

vritti and, V 338

Vases:

golden, under guano, II 310

Vasishha:

Code of, last of 20 codes, V 32 (61)

Guru of Sagara's father, V 308

Puranas on, & Sun, V 156-57 fn.

See also ishi(s)

Vasquez, Gabriel (1550?-1604):

De cultu adorationis . . .:

on idolatry, IX 306, 316

bio-bibliog., 1X 457-58

Vassilyev, L.C.:

See Wassilyev

Vastu:

one reality, V 86

Vasudeva (Sk.):

the liberator, X 332 fn.

Vasuki (Sk.):

God of Secret Wisdom, XIV 284

great snake of Hindu myth, VII 283

ruling Deity of Patala, XIV 284

Vasus:

"Fathers" of mankind, IX 262

Vates:

soothsayer & theurgy, XII 559

Vatican:

Archives of, X 15

authority waning, XII 221

burnt Porphyry's writings, XIV 313

claims to be Apostolic Church, XIV

124-26

defaced ancient treatises, XIV 313

esoteric religion of, VIII 178

See also. Jesuits; Pope(s); Roman

Catholic Church

Vaughan, Archbishop:

on devil & notion of God-man, IV 388

Vaughan, Thomas (1622-1666):

adepts and, IV 607

Christian Kabalists and, III 264

Medieval Kabalist Philalethes or, XIV

167

mysterious alchemist, I 106, 109

E. Philalethes pen-name of, I 106, 138

Magia Adamica:

abuses Henry More, IV 41

on planets, V 157 fn., 267

bio-bibliog., V 383; XIV 575-76

bibliog., IV 668; XIV 575

Vay, Baroness Adelma von (1840-1924):

I 410

on Isis Unveiled & elementals, I 281

Olcott given magic crystal by, IV 180

bio-bibliog., I V 668-69

Vay, Gustav von:

IV 84

Vayu (Sk.):

Ahura invokes, IV 522

as Earth's sphere, XIV 53

Holy Ghost of Mazdeans, IV 521

lord of airy regions, I 227; V 302

one of 4 primitive ishis, II 208

state of Prakriti, XIII 67

Universal & Individual light of man,

IV 522

See also Element(s)

Vayu Tattva (Sk.):

correspondences, XII 612, 614, 622, 667

Vayu-Purana:

VI 40, 191

lists Nanda & Morya dynasties, V 258

bibliog., V 368; VI 426

See also Puranas

Vedana (Sk.):

feeling or, is Space, III 406 fn.

Vedanta (Sk.):

VIII 66 (87)

aramas hide MSS. of, XII 345 fn.

concept of Brahma, XIII 310 & fn.

cp. to Raja Yoga, XII 634

cp. with Spinoza's Ethics, XIII 309-10

definition, XII 344

founder of, V 31 (60)

gives key to Upanishads, XII 342,

344, 345 fn.

identical with Buddhism, V 344

on Jiva & Jivatman, V 12-13 (41)

Madhavacharya and, XII 343

meaning of, X 305

misrepresented by Solovyov, XII

343-44

monad and, V 74 fn.

on Parabrahman, XII 630

on rays of Absolute Mind, XII 412

Schopenhauer's philosophy similar to,

IV 490-92

three kinds of existence of, III 422

three sects of, XII 344 fn.

as transcendental Buddhism, III 241,

422

Uttara Mimasa fount of, XII

343 fn., 344 fn.

various schools of, XI 467-68

See also Advaita Vedanta;

Samkaracharya; Viishadvaita;

Vyasa Vedanta Sutras:

interpretation by Sankara cp. to

Mller, XIII 164

Sankara on, XIV 393 & fn.

See also Samkaracharya

Vedantasara:

See Sadananda

Vedantin(s):

Avatara & Jivanmukta states same to,

XIV 374

eclectic school purely, XIV 309

on "Impersonal God" of, XIV 410

Kabalists and, XIV 87, 309

Neo-Platonists cp. with, XIV 301

& fn.

no extra-cosmic deity for, IV 194

rejects personal individuality, XIV 111

 

Vedas:

III 450; X 177, 339

Adi‑Granth gives key to symbols in, I

373

on antiquity of, I 227; II 110‑16; XIV

170, 359‑65

arts & sciences of today known to,

VII 62

rya Samj and, II 509

ryans as authors of, I 383

astronomical works are keys to, XIV

361‑68

Atlantis and, III 402

Avesta and, IV 528

based on septenary principle, XIV 45

Brahmans alone had custody over,

XIII 316

brought to India, XIII 348

Buddha based himself on esoteric

meaning of, I 398 (402)

cannot be imitated, XIII 109

Chaldean, XIII 326‑39

common center of all religions, I 398

(402)

on Dasyus, V 219

date of, known to initiated Brahmans,

IV 191

dated at 30,000 B.C., XIV 361

Daynanda Sarasvat and, I 383

derivation of term, XII 344 fn.

as divine law, VII 44

do not mention Brahm, X 332

dual meaning of, III 401

enjoin secrecy, XIV 39

esoterically read, VII 66

existed ages before in North, IV 529

existed before Central Asian deluge,

III 452 fn.

Founders of T.S. respect, III 241

fount of all religions, XIV 397

four aspects to mantras of, XIII 107

four ishis and, II 208

full of magic, II 33‑34

Gautama ishi's view of, V 33 (61)

gods in, symbolical, IV 366

on gods of, XII 201‑02

grandest repository of wisdom, II 108

highest ishis only can reveal, XIII

108‑09

Hindu Chronology and, XIV 362‑68

idea of Inner God, XIV 55

imported into India, III 420

W. Jones and, I 239

key to, is the Secret Doctrine, IV 524

key to many gods of, XII 202

law of "God‑in‑Nature" in, XIV 63

Laws of Manu and, XIV 311

Mnasarowara Lake and, III 419

meaning of term, II 89

mediumistic trash about, IV 154

on monotheism of, II 52

Mller on, XIII 314‑15

as musical notations, XIV 196

mystical interpretation needed, III 305

no one interpretation of, favored by

T.S., III 305

not composed by a being, XIII 107

occult key needed, XIV 12, 39, 45, 62

older portion is Mantra, XIV 237 fn.

oldest philosophy, III 137

on antiquity of, V 177

on precession of Equinoxes, XIV 362‑64

primeval record found in, XIV 65, 92,

362‑68

pure, accepted by Buddha, XIV 398

relation of, to guas, IV 366

as revelation, IV 67; XIII 108

rites, VIII 208

sacred flame of, III 462

astras and, IV 426

secret code interprets occult meaning

of, XIII 316

secret cycle of, XIV 359

silent on any deluge, III 452

on sound & light, VII 67

source in Fire, Air & Sun, XIV 92

source of later teachings, II 34‑35

spiritual knowledge in, II 285

Sun deities of, VII 274

swara of, preserved. XIII 110

symbolism veils true meaning of, XIV

45, 63

true chronology of, XIII 315‑17

truths of, same as Bible's, XII 341

Vaidic poets and, XIV 6

Vednta and, XII 344

Vedic rites and, XIV 123 fn., 311

veils the sublime, XIV 62, 196

on word‑accent in, XIII 108

"written at Athens," V 240

Zohar echoes earliest, XIV 67

See also Atharva‑Veda,‑ ig‑Veda;

ishi(s); Sma‑Veda,‑ Yajur‑Veda;

Vednta; Vysa

Vedder, Elihu (1836‑1923):

Fohat‑like illustration of, X 381

bio‑bibliog., X 428

Vedi:

preaching place, III 57

Vedic:

accent & effects produced, VI 80‑81

(89‑90)

pronunciation of, Sanskrit & its

occult importance, VI 80 (89)

rites derived from primitive Buddhist

philosophy, XIV 123 fn.

Vedism:

esoteric, VIII 68 (90)

Vega:

as Polar Star, II 338

SS Vega:

Eglinton and, IV 83

Vega, Garcilaso de la (1535?‑1616):

on Cuzco ruins, II 323

bio‑bibliog., II 547

Vegetarianism:

does not make a Theosophist, VII 246

healthy, IV 299

not enforced in T.S. or E.S., XI 428

occultism and, XII 496

required for occult knowledge, IV 544

suggested for rich & poor, XI 153

Vegetation:

Third Round and, IX 240

Veil of Isis:

magus lifting the, I 329

Velardi (Italian Scientist):

investigator of light & sound, VII 63

Velayudam, Mudaliar:

IV 282‑83

on Ramalinga's prophecy on T.S, IV

133‑36

Velocity:

great, & Crooke's vacuum, IV 316

Venddd:

Avesta and, III 455

cited, XIII 124‑25 fn.

Commentaries on, are lost, III 467

on Tahmrath myth, XIII 125

Zoroastrian recluses studied, II 123

bibliog., II 547

See also Zend‑Avesta

Venice:

civilization is destroying, XIII 183‑84

slave trade in, XII 267 fn. Venice:

civilization is destroying, XIII 183‑84

slave trade in, XII 267 fn.

Vekaagiri (India):

rja of, V 132

Ventchik:

Russian superstitions and, II 175

& fn.

Ventura di Raulica, Cardinal de

(1792‑1861):

VIII II fn.

on devil, VIII 20 fn.

on necessity of Satan for Church, II

195

on resurrected animals, VII 26‑27

on Satan, III 91; XIII 256‑57

on Serpent‑Satan dogma, XII 270

spurned appeal by medium Home, I

196

Philosophie chrtienne:

VII 29‑30 q.

bio‑bibliog., VII 400

Venus:

or Aphrodite, XIII 300

Azaziel and, VIII 15

connected with Lucifer, XIV 315

cosmological mysteries of, XIV 155‑56

cupid of art & society, XIII 182

doves of, XII 95 (101)

Egyptian view of, XIV 315 fn.

female form of Lucifer, XI 496

golden calf and, VIII 308

heliacal rising of, IX 23

Hierarchy of, rules Manas, XII 548 fn.

history of, VIII 14 et seq.

Isis & Mary as patronesses of the sea,

III 188 fn.

Michael legal heir of, VIII 24

Mikael and, XIV 338 fn.

Mother of Kabiri, XIV 315 fn.

Myllita and, VIII 309

one of four Mahrjas or "Holy

Ones," XII 546

one with Astoreth & Lucifer, VIII 309

as Ourania, VIII 309

in pre‑Hesiodic theogony, VIII 16

regent of, XIV 315

sister‑planet of earth, VIII 15

sol alter, VIII 16

as spoil given to Michael, VIII 23

symbol of, & of earth, VIII 19‑20

titles of, & Virgin Mary, VIII 18; XI

95‑97

transformed into Virgin, XIII 300

worsted, VIII 16

See also Aphrodite; Venus‑Lucifer

Venus‑Astarte:

rites of, X 107

Venus Erycina:

or Astarte, VIII 18

Venus‑Lucifer:

heralded 1888, IX 3

Jewish tradition about, IX 211‑12

(233‑34)

sacred to Druids, Greeks &

Chaldeans, XIV 258 & fn., 315

Verbena:

intensifies seership, VI 143

Verbum:

carnalized by Church, VIII 368 (388)

cycle of initiation and, VIII 356 (373)

humanity and, VIII 369 (388)

or Logos, I 129

Satan & the, VIII 11

See also Vch; Voice; Word(s) Vergilius Mato, Publius:

See Virgil

Vernal Equinox:

Egyptian festival at, XIII 23

See also Equinox(es); Precession of

Equinoxes

Verne, Jules (1828-1905):

Voyage round the Moon:

III 472

bibliog., III 535

Vertical:

symbolism of, XIII 16‑18

See also Geometrical Figures

Verulam, Lord:

See Bacon, Francis

Vespasian, Emperor (9‑79):

XIV 133

consulted Astrologers daily, XIV 351

used Mantras to heal, XIV 253

Vesta:

as Ashtar, III 460

definition, III 460

Vestnik Yevropy (European Herald):

article of Wagner cited, I 90

Vesture(s):

in Buddhism, XIII 11

in Gnosticism, XIII 30

of Light, XIII 8, 31

of man reflects Karmic record, XIII

76

viewed as myvi‑rpa, XIII 30

Vetla‑pachavimati:

tales about a demon, III 49 fn.

bibliog., III 535

Vetlyanka:

lama of, VIII 28‑29

Viannay, J. Cur d'Ars (1786‑1859):

as healer, IV 381

biog., IV 669‑70

 

Vibhsha (Sk.):

personification of Sattvagua, IV 367

Vibrations:

correspondence between all, IV 179

enduced hypnosis and, XII 400

harmony of, XII 360, 399

hypnotism changes, of cerebral

molecules, XII 400‑01

individual & universal variations, X

265‑67

of molecules analyzed, XII 359, 399‑400

occult nature is full of vortical, VIII

332‑33

operator's, & hypnotism, XII 395‑400

rate of, colors, sounds & principles,

XII 561‑67

rate of, in various substances, XII 400

science & sound, VIII 331‑32

sensitive flame experiment in, XII 401

septenary & limited, are visible, XII 563

shattering of glass by, XII 401

See also Color; Correspondence(s);

Harmonics; Harmony; Sound

Vice(s):

in Christianity, IX,172 et seq. of

nominal Theosophists, XII 597

Viceroy of India:

Theosophical Society and, II 140‑42,

292

Victor, Bishop of Capua (fl. 6th C.):

attributed Diatessaron to Tatian, XIV

14 fn.

wrote Latin Diatessaron, XIV 14 fn.

bio‑bibliog., XIV 575

Vidy (Sk.):

definition, XI 235 fn. (271 fn.)

duty of all to attain, or knowledge of

true Self, III 142

same as notic work, II 92

Swami Daynanda an Initiate of, II 75

See also tma Vidy; Brahma‑Vidy;

Gupta Vidy

Vidydharas (Sk.):

higher elementals, VI 169

Vidyraya (fl. 1368‑1391):

ifiger Maham and, V 192

Adhikraaratnaml:

V 191

amkaradigvijaya:

V 189, 193

biography of akara, XIV 399 fn.

reliable, V 192

Wilson on, V 192

Sarva‑darana‑samgraha:

XII 344 fn.

includes Buddhism, XII 343

bio‑bibliog., V 362, 367, 377

Vidyodaya College:

H. Sumangala and, II 138

Vieuxtemps, Henry (1820‑1881):

composer, III 255

biog., III 536

Vighadia [Sk. Vighaik?]:

Sauramanam and, V 261

Vigilantius (ca. 403 A.D.):

on lamps & Sun, XI 82

Vigils:

of early Christians, XI 91

Vihiva Pnnttee Stra:

Jaina Bible, I 373 fn.

bibliog., I 530

Vijaya (fl. 543 B.C.):

brought Buddhism to Lanka, V

247‑48

Buddha's prophecy about, V 248, 249

Miiller on, V 252‑53

Vijna (Sk.):

internal knowledge, XIV 439

as internal sensation or intelligence,

IX 59

Space &, identical, III 406 fn.

Vijnamaya Koa (Sk.):

half‑spiritual manas, XIV 49

manas as personal "I" is, IV 582

See also Koa(s); Manas; Spiritual

Ego

Vikra (Sk.):

definitions, V 80; XIV 459 fn.

or Self‑Consciousness, XII 630

Vikartana (Sk.):

definition, VII 297

meaning of, VIII 202 fn.

as neophyte in solar mystery, XIV

260, 281

Solomon, X 162 fn.

Srya‑, symbolism cp. with Masonic,

XIV 267‑68

See also Initiation(s); Vivakarman

Vikramditya (Sk.):

VII 106

era of, uncertain, V 230‑31, 257; IX

135

Vindusara, V 257

Villars, Abbe' Nicolas de Montfaucon

de (1635‑1673):

Le Comte de Gabalis:

XII 189 q., 190 q., 192‑93 q., 711

occult satire, XIV 46

bibliog., XII 780

Vimna Vidy (Sk.):

ancient Aryans had, III 71

Va:

disciples like strings of a, IX 159

Vincent de Beauvais (1190?‑1264?):

Speculum Historiale:

II 134 fn.

bio‑bibliog., II 548

Violet:

corresponds to Liga‑arra, XII 529,

548‑49 fn. 562, 564‑68, 614

See also Esoteric Section Diagrams

Violin:

story of the Ensouled, II 219‑58

Virj (Sk.):

Brahm‑, & biblical analogy, XIV 188

in Hindu triad, X 351

issues from heavenly Androgyne, XIV

187, 198

Manu and Prajpatis, IV 576 fn.

‑Manu in creation allegory, XIV 188

Purusha and, III 326

See under Manu(s); Triad(s)

Vrangvant:

son of, IV 521

Virchoff, Prof.

See Virchow, Prof. Rudolf

Virchow, Prof. Rudolf (1821‑1902):

destroys Haeckel's views, II 187

mediumship and, VI 341

Slade and, I 317‑18

Virgil (70‑19 B.C.):

VIII 130

on folly, VII 62

on reign of Apollo & Virgin, XIV 318

Aeneid:

VIII 17; XII 197 & fn. & q.; XIV

141 q., 318

on descent into Hades, XI 91

on genii, VII 196‑97

on image of man, VII 194, 227‑28

on monster, III 67 & fn.

on Planetary Angels, X 14

on returning to bodies, XI 8

Eclogue:

Christ's birth not prophecized in, XIV

354‑55

Sibylline prophecy of, XIV 355

Georgics:

on misquote from, VII 245 & fn.

bibliog., III 536; XII 780

Virgin(s):

Astraea, XIV 355

bi‑corporate, XIII 23

birth allegory, XIII 30

and child in every heathen religion, II

164

conceives Saoshyant, III 461

devil & the, II 195

euhemerized, XIII 299‑300

goddesses of Pagans, XI 96‑97

of Magi & Chaldeans, XIV 292 fn.

moral and physical, cp., XII 245

Nrada & Mikael as, XIV 286

reign of Apollo and, XIV 318

"Sons of God" born from, III 174

‑Substance or Adamic earth, XI 507

(530)

symbol of female Nature, XI 65

term for Astral Light, III 326

true meaning, XIV 139, 292 & fn.

at Valmala & lightning, II 197‑98

as Virgo, XIV 354

World, or "Celestial Maidens," XIV

292

See also Virgin‑Egg; Virgin‑Mother

 

Virgin‑Egg:

cp. with "Eternal Egg," X 366‑67, 368

Virgin Mary:

Annunciation symbolism and, XI 65‑66

apparitions of, III 354

appears in Maringen, I 317

based on Pagan symbol, XIV 292

& fn., 336 fn.

cp. with Matter, XIII 22

esoterically is Buddhi, XIII 37

Gabriel appears to, XIII 24

litanies, XI 95‑96

Moon and, XI 97

mother‑goddess, IX 362 (390)

one or three, XIII 37

a regular goddess, X 15

same as Neith‑Isis & Sophia, V 280

as Star of the Sea, III 187 fn.

transformed into Plērōma, XIII 22

Venus, & crescent Moon relates to

titles given, VIII 18

Venus & Isis and, III 187 fn.

Virgin‑Mother:

Kalevala on, XI 65‑66

as manifested Logos, X 359

universal symbol, VIII 359 (376)

Virgin‑Scorpio:

Libra and, III 325

Virginity:

could glorify man's condition, XI 40

Virgo:

cyclic return of constellation, XIV 354

Virgo Paritura:

Celtic worship of, XI 70

Virgo‑Scorpio:

as feminine principle, XIII 23

Virtue(s):

fear‑motivated, to be despised, IV 499

of mental & moral chastity, XII 245

on passive, IV 499

of purity in all Messiahs, XII 260

self‑forgetfulness is greatest, V 18 (46)

six cardinal, of Buddhism, XI 348 fn.

universal, IX 136

for virtue's sake, XII 240

See also Celibacy; Morality; Purity;

Truth(s)

Viruboff, G.N. (1843‑1913):

Littr and, III 256

bio‑bibliog., III 536

Viesha (Sk.):

personality, IV 580

Vishama (Sk.):

definition, I 336

Vishavites:

See Vaishavas

Vishnu:

Adept becomes Kisha‑, merged in

Nirva, XIII 32

boon of "three strides," XIII 158‑59

as Boundless All, XIII 124 fn.

Brahm and, X 332, 346

Brahm & iva, III 314; XIV 188,

190 fn.

Brahm sprang from navel of, XIV

241 fn.

crucified Sun as, XIV 286

definition, XII 149 fn.

as Destruction, XIII 27

during Nights of Brahm, XII 168

(177)

as Dwarf Avatra, XIII 158

esoteric, is all wisdom, XIV 371

exiles Rhu from Hindu heaven, XIV

403

five fundamental titles of, XII 149‑50

in form of a Boar, XIV 85 fn.

Gautama not Avatra of, XIV 52 fn.,

370‑71

jealous of powers of Yogis, XIII 102

as Kalki‑Avatra, III 463; VIII 358

(374)

Kisha as Avatra of, VIII 357‑58

(374‑75); XIV 317

Mah‑, seed of all Avatras, XIV

370‑71

numerology of names of, XIV 245

part of Hindu Trinity, XII 149‑50, 168

pervades the Universe, XIV 185,

241 fn.

as preserver is higher than Brahm,

XIV 190 fn,

prototype of Kalki Avatra, XIII 127

Rma is incarnation of, III 188 fn.

at rest on serpent symbol, VII 293

akti of, & Three Mothers, XIV 65

on Sign of, III 250; XIV 103

steersman on Cosmic River, XIII 160

three Avasths and, XIII 24

as Time, VII 278‑79

as Wittoba, VII 295

worshipped by Mdhavchrya, XII

343

on worshippers of, II 117

See also Avatar(s); Brahm-Vishu;

Kalki‑Avatra; Trimrti; Vaishavas;

Vishu‑Pura; Vihob

Vishu Bw (or Bramachari Bw)

(d. 1881?):

II 463

metaphysician & seer, III 142

notes on autobiography of, II 160

original thinker, II 209

on padrtha & abhva, I 332

on Vimna Vidy of Aryans, III 71

fn.

bibliog., I 530

Vishu‑Pura:

VI 40; IX 263; X 305

on Absolute, X 44 fn.

on ambrosia of the Gods, XII 187 fn.

on ascent & descent to solar orb, VII

274

on Baladeva‑Hercules, XIV 247‑48

Blue Lotus Legend in, XII 169 fn.

(178 fn.)

on Boundless, XIV 186

deluge story in, III 188 fn.

describes evils of Kali Yuga, XII 386

& fn., 387

on Egg of the world, X 313

on emanation of Universe, XIV 185

on Koot‑hoomis, XI 20

on Kumras, XIV 204 & fn.

on Meru, XII 521

on Prakitis, XII 605

prophecy of Divine Savior, XIV 356

seven continents and, V 220

a source of Kabalah, XIV 185

swastika used often in, VII 293

on Vishu, VII 279

Vishu one with Brahm in, X 332

& fn.

on women becoming mere objects,

XII 387

bibliog., III 536; V 368; VI 426; VII

400; X 428; XII 780

See also Puras; Vishu

Vision(s):

Apollonius', of Domitian's murder,

XIV 134 fn.

in astral light often deceptive, XII 528

in crystals & mirrors, IV 180‑81

due to extreme exhaustion, XII 372

Higher Ego as Seer of, XII 367

higher, through Initiations, XIV 277

HiuenTsang on prayer and, XIV 20

of Isaiah, XIII 58

karmic, IX 318 et seq.

mediums see 3 types of, XII 560‑61

mental, & inversion of images, VI

135‑38

mystic, through yogic state, XII 372

nature of, IX 177

notic, cp. to psychic, XII 371

of psychics & mediums distorted, IX

163‑64

of sensitives, III 436‑37

subjective, & disembodied spirit, III

283

Swedenborg's, of distant fire, XIV

134 fn.

at time of death, X 261; XI 446‑47

& fns.

See also Clairvoyance; Prophecy(ies);

Seership; Third Eye

Viishdvaita (Sk.):

followers of, name for Advaitees, IV

451

Isis Unveiled and, VII 50‑52

on jva & the sun, IX 63

Magianism similar to, IV 527

on origin of evil & good, IX 137

sect of Vedanta, XII 344 fn.

teachings of. IV 422 et seq., 535 et

seq.

See also Vedanta

Visishtadwaitees [Sk. Viishdvaits]:

resign from T.S., V 124

See also Advaitees; Rmnuja

Vistasp:

Zaratusht and, III 466‑67

Vivadharas (Sk.):

mystic deities, IX 261

Vivakarman (Sk.):

allegorical evolution of, XIV 260‑62

as crucified Avatra, XIV 261‑62

definition, VII 297

as "Great Architect," XIV 261

on Great Sacrifice of, X 254; XIV 261

in India's Pantheon, XIV 260‑62

Logos as, XIV 260

mystically, 7th Principle, XIV 261

omnificent Root of all Saviors, XIV

142

in ig‑Veda, XIV 261

Round towers used in, rites, XIV 281

Solomon and, X 162 fn.

as Sun Initiate, XIV 260‑62, 283

symbolism of, VIII 202 fn.

symbolism survives, XIV 268

in Vedic legend of Initiatory cycle, X

67 & fn., 113

See also Initiate(s); Sun‑God(s);

Vikartana

Vivmitra:

unaepa and, XII 173‑75 (184‑86)

Vital:

fluid projected at will, II 397

force felt as cool breeze, II 136

Force most potent of known agencies,

III 285

Principle, III 22

spirits as astral body, VII 223

See also Breath(s); Life; Pra

Vitality:

of operator in mesmerism, XII 396‑97

too much, can kill, XII 397

vampirism withdraws, XII 396

See also Life Force; Life Principle;

Pra

Vitellius (15‑69):

dared not exile Chaldeans, XIV 351

Vihob:

as crucified Sun in Hindoo Pantheon,

XIV 286

drawing of Crucifixion in Space, VII

295 & fn., 296

a form of Vishu, IX 270

man crucified in space in Hinduism,

X 52 (59)

See also Sun‑God(s); Vishu

Vivien de Saint‑Martin, Louis

(1802‑1897):

on poem of Argonauts, XIII 235

bibliog., XIII 405

Vivisection:

barbarous practice, VII 49

horrors of, VII 13‑16, 23, 35

hypnotists practice, of souls, XII 222

sorcery of, & hypnotism, XII 225

soulless, of animals & men, XII 222

is unconscious sorcery, IX 253

See also Animal(s)

Vivisectors:

children of our heartless civilization,

XIII 221

Vizagapatam (India):

hills of, II 295

Vizianagram:

Rja of, V 132

Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev:

III 170

Vlasto, Solon J.:

on T.S. Committee, I 246

Vlukolak (Vukodlak):

evil spirits, I 168, 169

Voh‑Man:

is Good Thought, IV 508; XIII 124

Voice(s):

of deity or Vch, V 100

on echograph, XIII 292

or mystic divine, VI 11 fn.

part of Holy Spirit, XIV 187

prints & antitypion of the future, XIII

291

of privacy protects secret thought,

IX 400P

as Sephrth, XII 545

Seven Thunders & 7 Mystic, XIII 10

sound of, & form, XIII 53 & fn.

vowels or Amens, XIII 9‑10

See also Sound; Vch; Word(s)

Voice of Truth:

I 384

Void:

metaphysical views on, & Hylo-

Idealism, IX 59

is primeval Chaos, XIV 156

in various cosmogonies, XIV 156

See also Aditi; Emptiness; Space

Volition:

in adepts, V 81

as kama, V 80 fn., 81 fn.

rendered passive, V 78

See also Desire; Will

Volkmar, G. (1809‑1893):

theological scholar. VI 152

bio‑bibliog., VI 447‑48

Volksblad:

II 408

Volkterm:

II 408

Volney, C.F. de Chasseboeuf, Comte de

(1757‑1820):

de Musset's poem on, II 164

Orientalists and, I 251

Ruins . . .:

XI 496 fn.

on dove & Venus, XI 496

bio‑bibliog., I 530

Volta, Count A. (1745‑1827):

Galvani and, III 22

Voltaire:

II 286

Voltaire, FranHois (1694‑1778):

III 257

age of, XIII 224

on Egyptian resurrection, XI 8

on God, IX 52

on judging men, XI 136

Mussets poem mentions, II 159

Dictionnaire Philosophique:

article on Babel in, XIII 272

Philosophical Dictionary [tr.]:

on the Mysteries, XIV 250 & fn.

Von Reincke, Nicholas & Dagmara:

editors of Alba, XIII 209

Voodoo:

sexual restrictions of, XII 191 fn.

sorcery and, IX 253

See also Black Magic; Sorcery

Voordalak:

an elementary or vampire shell, VI 170

See also Vlukolak

Vopiscus, Flavius (fl. 3rd C.):

Divas Aurelianus:

on apparition of Apollonius, XIV

135‑36 fn.

bio‑bibliog., XIV 575‑76

Vorontzov, Prince Mihail S. (1782‑1856):

I 55

Prince Mirza and, I 371

Vortical Vibrations:

occult nature acts in perpetual, VIII

333

Vortices:

of atomic disintegration, VI 109

of being & life‑atoms, IV 559

Vossius, G.J. (1577‑1649):

De Origine . . .:

IV 532

bio‑bibliog., IV 670

Votan:

disappeared at death, XIV 135

Manco Capac and, II 307

Voting:

of women, II 513‑17

Vourdalaki:

See Vlukolak

Vow:

chela takes, of poverty, XIV 56 fn.

few chelas see Master till final, XIV

278

one E.S., recommended for all T.S.

members, X 196‑97, 207

sacred, of Initiates, XI 100 fn.

See also Pledge; Pledge of Esoteric Section

Vowels:

colors and, VII 63

Vex Populi:

seldom wrong, XI 214 (250)

Voyevodsky, L.F. (1846‑?):

Introduction to the Mythology

of the Odyssey:

on word‑roots & sound & light, VII

66 & fn.

bio‑bibliog., VII 400‑01

Viddhagarga:

treatise of, on Hindu cycles, XIV 357

Vril:

lethal weapons cp. with, XIII 217‑18

modelled after ancient Astra, XIV

105‑06

not fiction, V 143 fn.

as powerful dynamo cp. with

Electricity, IX 400D

Vishalas (Sk.):

degraded Kshatriyas, V 307‑08

Vuui (or Vujic) (ca. 1842):

Serbian leader, I 164 fn.

Vulcan:

became invisible at close of 3rd Root

Race, XII 549 fn.

Gnostic key to intra‑mercurial

planet, XIII 34

as Pagan deity, XI 82

substitute for the Sun, X 340

Vulgate:

See Bible

Vulpian, Edme F.-A. (1826‑1887):

II 283

denied tubercular microbe, XIII 144

bio‑bibliog., II 548

Vysa:

collective name, IV 367

compiler of Vedas, XII 344 fn.

founder of Vednta, XII 343 fn.,

344 fn.

great ishi, IV 575

or Vysadeva, & Other Yogis, II 464

term defined, IV 100

was of Hercla race, XIV 246 q.

Harivama:

V 194

on Yavanas, V 194, 195, 308

bibliog., V 364

See also Bdaryaa Vysa; Vednta;

Vedas

Vysa Lakshm Narain:

Allahabad Pandit, II 454

Vysyam (Sk.):

III 242

Vyatireka (Sk.):

definition, I 336

Vyvahrika (Sk.):

definition, III 422