Volume XV

 

W index

 

Wace, Henry (1836-1924):

See Smith, William

Wachtmeister, Countess Constance

(1838-1910):

First Draft of S.D. copied by, XIV

xxvii, 470

goes to London, VII 139

H.P.B.'s instructions to, VII 301-05 & facs.

programs arranged by, XII 59-63

signed defence of H.P.B., XIII 204

Theosophical Publishing Society and,

XII 59 fn.

Reminiscences of HP Blavatsky. ..:

on H.P.B.'s Sketchbook, I 4

on reading astral light, VI 151 fn. & q.

bio-bibliog., VI 448

bibliog., I 530-31; VII 401; XIV 577

Wachtmeister, Count Raoul-Axel

(1865-1947):

son of Countess W., VII 301

Waddell, L.A.:

The Buddhism of Tibet:

IV 12 fn.

bibliog., IV 670

Wade, Sir Claude M. (1794-1861):

buried fakir and, II 468

fakir trances and, XI 290

biog., II 548

Wade, J.M. (ed.):

open supporter of Theosophy, X 233-34

Wade's Fibre and Fabric:

on Theosophy, X 233-34

Wadhwan, Thakur Sahib:

See Daji Raja

Wagenseil, J.C. (1633-1708):

Tela ignea Satanae:

VIII 224

bibliog., VIII 478

Wagner, Nikolay P. (1829-1907):

I 215, 223; II 151; III 93, 112

champions phenomena, I 212

on facts & mediumistic phenomena, III 235

H.P.B. tr. articles of, XIV 577

H.P.B. tr. sance report of, I 89, 90

on nature of life, VI 349-50

professor of Zoology, I 89

qualities of, as researcher, II 152

reviews Olcott's book, I 212, 216

bio-bibliog., VI 449; XIV 577

bibliog., III 536

Wagner, Richard (1813-1883):

Parsifal:

childish in the extreme, IV 328

reviewed, IV 327-32

Wahhabees:

Abdul Ghafur and, I 370-71

Muslim sect, VI 7

Wainamoinen, Rune of:

echoes of Secret Doctrine found in, X 145

Finnish epic's nature imagery in, X

144-48

Hindu "Swan of Time" symbolized in,

X 146

See also Kalevala

Waite, A.E. (1857-1942):

XIV 278 fn.

tr. of Lvi's Transcendental Magic,

XIV 32 fn.

The Doctrine and Literature of

the Kabalah:

VII 271

The Real History of the

Rosicrucians:

reviewed, VIII 253-62

The Secret Doctrine in Israel:

VII 271

bibliog., VII 401; VIII 478

Waite, C.B. (1824-1909):

History of the Christian Religion . . .:

III 174

bibliog., III 536

Wake, C. Staniland (1835-1915?):

Ancient Symbol Worship:

XIII 203 fn.

Origin . . . of the Great

Pyramid:

IV 287

Serpent and Siva Worship:

XIII 203 fn.

bibliog., IV 670

Wakley, Thomas (1795-1862):

on presentiment of death, VI 345,

346, 347

Walker, Edward D. (1859-1890):

Reincarnation . . .:

XI 142 & fn.

as prevailing creed of early Christians,

XIII 79

Wallace, Alfred R. (1823-1913):

I 223; II 150; III 93, 112, 219; IV 311;

VI 199; VII 321 (335)

Carpenter criticizes, I 272 et seq.

greatest naturalist in Europe, II 36

praises Isis Unveiled, I 323

predicts the knell of Darwinism, XII

316-17

on sance with Eglinton, III 145-46

on spirit's direct knowledge, II 93

on spirit-photographs, IV 61

on spiritualism, VII 76

a wise observer of sances, I 224

Contributions to the Theory of

Natural Selection:

on materialism & facts, II 38

On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism:

II 155

on facts & Spiritualism, III 234-35

on residual phenomena & invisible

intelligences, II 38

bibliog., II 549; III 536

Wallace, Joseph:

"J.K." and, IV 44-48

Wallenstein, Duke A. (1583-1634):

Kepler & astrology, III 194

biog., III 536-37

Walton, Bishop Brian (1600-1661):

Prolegomena:

XIV 173 & fn.

bio-bibliog., XIV 577

Walton, Izaak (1593-1683):

Lives:

XIII 88

Wand:

golden, & end of Roman Church, IX

359 fn. (387 fn.)

magical, of Sannyasi, XIII 162

seven-jointed, & magical feats, 1 150

Wandering Jew:

on legend of, XIV 31 & fns.

Wang-Puh:

The Shing-Tao-ki:

unreliable, VI 100

War(s):

between 3rd & 4th Root Races, XIV

302

Christian art of, & atrocities, II

407-08

cyclic periodicity in, II 423-24

future, of Supreme Masters & Black

Magicians, IX 113

human morals and, X 102-04

union of East & West will prevent

great, VIII 59-60 (81-82)

War Cry:

IV 280, 328; XI 412, 455

War in Heaven:

allegory, XIV 403

copied from legend about Siva, III

402 fn.

definition, VIII 148 fn.

future, using elemental powers, IX 113

keys to meaning of, X 371-72

of the Titans, XIV 201

Warburton, Bishop W. (1698-1779):

Divine Legation of Moses . . .:

on nobility of Mysteries, XIV 275

on Zoroaster, III 454

bio-bibliog., III 537; XIV 577

Ward, Artemas (1727-1800):

on public tastes & prejudices. XII 318

Ware, Sir James (1594-1666):

De scriptoribus Hiberniae:

on English translation of, VII 32 fn.

Warner, Dr.:

levitation certified by, I 244

Warnings:

to H.P.B. not to give out certain

truths, VI 4-5

as pictures or voice, IX 400P

Waroquier, M. de:

V 8 (37), 18 (47), 21 (50)

Warren, Lt. Col., John:

Collection of Memoirs . . .

XIV 358 fn.

Kala-Sankalita:

on 12 year cycle of Jupiter, XIV 358

bibliog., XIV 578

Wart-Charming:

by sympathetic remedy VI 43-45

Washington Post:

on Coues, XI 321

Wassilyev, L.C. (?-1785):

Der Buddhismus:

XIV 437-38, 440

bibliog., XIV 575

Watcher(s):

Divine, & their roles over 7 regions of

our globe, VII 275

or Guardian Angel, XIV 380 & fn.

of the Gnostics, XIII 35

See also Silent Watcher

Water(s):

Adam Kadmon, III 188 fn.

Amrita in Hindu allegory, XIV 403

as creative elements, X 378

definition, X 366

East vs. West view of earth and, XIV

243

elements of, X 349

Fire &, as productive powers, IV 530,

532

Iōannēs associated with, III 217 fn.

of the Jordan, XIII 37

of Life, XIV 241-42, 403

miraculous, at Zedadzene, II 126 fn.

prima materia in Mosaic Books, XIV 243

relation of, to fire, X 377

role of, in development of life, III 405

of Salvation, XIV 242

of Space, XIII 37

of Space sprang from Chaos, XIV 241

stands for 5th principle of Kosmos,

XIV 242

as symbol of space, X 367

synonym for Earth & Isis, XIV 243

wine &, as symbols, XI 500-01

See also Amrita; Element(s); Tattva(s);

Varuna

Water Lily:

as Christian symbol, XIV 100

Waterman, A.E.:

Obituary; The "Hodgson

Report" . . . . :

XIV 473 fn.

Watkins, John M. (1861-1947):

son Geoffrey and, XIII 283

Watson, Rev. D.:

on Church & outstanding people, III

134-35

Watson, Rev. J.S. (1724-1783):

translator of The Anabasis,

XIII 327 fn.

Watts, Isaac (1674-1748):

on censorious nature of dogmatist,

XII 272

Wave Theory:

corpuscular theory of light and, I

243-44

See Light

Wax Figurines:

astral body fixed in, VII 224

black arts and, VII 223

Way, The:

Chrēstos is traveller on, VIII 189

Christos is, & goal, VIII 189

See also Path(s)

Wealth:

alone confers rank today, XII 386-87

beneficent use of, XI 150-54

brings worries, VIII 65 (87)

impunity and, XI 10

poverty and, VIII 63 (85); IX 100-01

wider definition of, IX 4000

Wealthy:

vampirize poor, XIII 132

Weapons:

destructive, XIII 215-18

outgrowth of human vanity, XIII 131

waste inventive powers of man, XIII

131, 215

See also Vril

Web, Cosmic:

meaning of expansion & cooling of,

X 385-87

See also Cosmos; Father-Mother;

Root-Substance

Weber, Albrecht (1825-1901):

V 180;X 5

claims India learned Zodiac from

Greeks, XIII 324

Oriental scholarship and, II 473

on Oriental writings, V 163

on Panini's date, V 304

on Vyasa's date, V 178

The History of Indian Literature:

biased toward Christianity, V

210-11 fn., 233-34

on Buddhist scriptures, XIV 443

on Buddhists & Hindus borrowing from

Christians, V 210-11 fn., 238-39 fn.

criticism of, V 233 et seq.

on date of Ramayana, V 239

on Greek influence in India, V 240

ignorant of Asuramaya's proper name,

V 236 & fn.

on Indian astronomy, V 234-35

on Patajali's date & works, V 194-96

on uncertainity of eras by Orientalists,

V 232, 273

on Vikramaditya, V 231

on Yavanas, V 235, 236, 384

Indien Studien:

V 179

bio-bibliog., V 267, 383-84; XIV 578

Weber, Dr. Wilhelm E. (1804-1891):

III 15, 93, 99, 236

biog., III 537

Webster's Dictionary:

IV 107; VII 292 fn.

defines Theosophy, VII 169

on pentacle, IX 399

Week:

days of, & planets, XII 532-33 diag.,

535-37 diag.

Weekly Register:

empty boasts of, IX 91 fn.

Weekly Times (London):

on missionaries, II 269-70

Weekly Times and Echo:

controversy over Atheism, Theosophy,

etc. in, XI 456

Weichselbaum, Anton (1845-1920):

influenza and, XII 107

biog., XII 780-81

Weight:

electricity and, IV 222

gravity and, X 377

Weismann, August (1834-1914):

not far from truth, XII 704

Welcker, F.G. (1784-1868):

Griechische Gtterlehre:

VIII 309

bibliog., VIII 478

Welles, C.B.:

on psychai theai, VII 97 fn.

bibliog., VII 401

Wellesley, Col. Wm. H.C. (1813-1888):

Turkish barbarities and, I 2-56-57

Wends:

possibly the Vandals, II 122

Wengel, Dr.:

on pineal gland sand, XII 619

Werewolves:

other Protean spooks and, X 278

Wescott, Wm. Wynn (1848-1925):

"Christian Rosencreutz and the

Rosicrucians":

VIII 257 fn.

bibliog., VIII 478

Wesley, Samuel (1766-1837):

on spirit-rappers, III 280

Wesleyan Mission:

report of, on women in Ceylon, XI

443

West:

needs ancient esoteric philosophy, XII

295, 308

Pan-chen Rimpoche to be reborn in

the, VI 105

See also Occident

West, Dr. Charles E.:

Mollie Faucher and, II 190

Westbrook, R.B.:

on T.S. Committee on phenomena, I 246

biog., I 531

Westcott, Canon B.E (1825-1901):

VI 155

Introduction to the Study of the

Gospels:

on Fourth Gospel, VI 149

bio-bibliog., VI 449

Westergaard, N.L. (1815-1878):

ber Buddha's Todesjahr:

V 242 fn.

bio-bibliog., V 384

Western:

Aryan &, esoteric doctrines, XII 295

Orientalists, XII 303

prejudices about discipleship must be

ignored, XII 584-85

religion doomed, II 381

Western Civilization:

Culture of, cp. to Eastern, XII 266-79

develops butchers not Buddhas, X 127

rejects Eastern Wisdom, XII 314

will destroy itself without union with

East, VIII 60 (81-82)

Westminster Confession of Faith:

highly elaborate, III 358

bibliog., III 537

 

Westropp, Hodder M. (?‑1884):

Ancient Symbol Worship:

XIII 203 fn.

Wheat:

represents karma reaped by the dead,

X 50‑51 (58)

See also Barley

Wheel of Enoch:

first attempt at symbology, XIV 94

Kabalistic & Cuneiform, cp., XIV 94

a universal heirloom, XIV 93

See also Enoch

Wheeler, Mazzini:

a Freethinker, XI 419‑20, 426

so‑called Orientalist, XI 429

Wheels of the "Sun":

as hidden Divine Hierophant, XIV 332

See also Fire Chohans

Whitaker, C.H.:

W.Q. Judge wrote to, on S.D., X 159

Whitaker's Almanack:

religious census in, IX 145

on sects, VIII 175 fn.

bibliog., IX 458

White, Eliza:

medium, I 58 et seq.

Mr. Owen and, I 61

White, N.J.D.:

"The Latin Writings of Saint

Patrick":

VII 33 fn. bibliog., VII 401

White Lotus Day:

Executive Order instituting, VI 323‑24

White Lotus of Dharma:

See Lotus Stra

White Magic:

counterpart of Black, XIV 17, 32, 106

judged by motive, XIV 106

sacred truths underlie, XIV 32

science should understand, I 139

universal pentacle is sign for, XII 623

See also Black Magic; Magic

Whitehead, Rev. John (?‑1804):

The Apocalypse Revealed:

rf. to Swedenborg, XIV 443 & fn.

Whitney, Prof.:

great American Orientalist, I 250

Whitworth, George C. (?‑1917):

Personal Statement of Religious

Beliefs:

praised, II 401

reviewed, II 383‑88

bibliog., II 549

Whole:

individual as part of the, XI 105

See also One Life; One, The; Unity;

Universal All

Whymper, Edward (1840‑1911):

art. in Nature of, III 141 rf.

mountain sickness of, III 140

Widow(s):

Hindu, customs cp. with Am. Indian

rite, V 65‑67

Hindu ethics and, IV 128‑29

remarried in Vedic days, VIII 60 (82)

See also Suttee

Wiertz, Antoine J. (1806‑1865):

on forthcoming men, XIII 134

unconscious Theosophist, XIII 134

Wiggin, Rev. J.H. (1836‑1900):

I 122

account of meeting H.P.B. & Olcott, I

121

a co‑founder of T.S., IV 199

editor of Liberal Christian, I 121

Wilder, Prof. Alexander (1823‑1908):

I 407, 417, 423

among best Platonists, XIV 12 ff.

on animal spirit in blood, VI 20

on Black Nations of Europe, XIII

331‑32

collaborated on Isis Unveiled, I 435

cp. Paul with Greek Initiates, XIV 114

indexed Isis Unveiled, XIII 198

on instinct & omniscience, XI 217

(253)

introduction to Isis and, XIII 198,

200‑01

Platonic scholarship of, XIII 200‑01

& fn.

on science, III 223

sees 3 individualities in H.P.B., I 411

on Thomas Taylor, XIII 153

on Zendic letter H in India, VII 232 fn.

Alchemy or the Hermetic

Philosophy:

on real mystery of man, VIII 249

Eleusinian and Bacchic

Mysteries:

Indian origin of, XIV 451‑52 fn.

on title Peter, XIV 124‑25

Iamblichos . . .:

III 269 & fn.

New Platonism and Alchemy:

Adepts' biographies similar acc. to,

XIV 139, 313

on Alexandrian Theosophists, XIV

301 ff., 308

on Ammonius, XIV 13‑14, 35, 301,

305‑08

Apollonius' seership, XIV 300

on dialect of symbols, XI 520 (543)

on distortions of Neo‑Platonism, XIV

312

on Eclectics, XI 92

on Essenes, XIV 35

on Geber. XI 517 (540)

on names of the One, XIV 310

on One Supreme Essence & Neo-

Platonists, XI 236 (273)

Plotinus & other Philaletheians, XIV

313

quotes Espagnet, XI 521 (544)

spiritual photography, XIV 300‑01

sublime ecstasy & divine union, XIV

310

Thaumaturgists in, XIV 304

Theophany described in, XIV 49 fn.

on Thoth, XIV 39

unity of Platonic & Oriental systems,

XIV 16, 301‑02

on Wisdom religion, XIV 46‑47

"Paul, the Founder of

Christianity":

on dishonesty of Christian Fathers,

XIV 121

bio‑bibliog., I 531‑33

bibliog., III 537‑38; VIII 478; XI

592‑93; XIII 203 fn.

Wilford, Lt. Col. Francis (?‑1822):

so‑called victim of Brhmanical

mystification, XIII 259

tricked by Brhmaas, IX 212 (234)

Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner

(1797‑1875):

on status of Egyptian women, XII 270

on tenets of Egyptian initiates, V

110‑11

Ancient Egyptians:

on beliefs on immortality, XIII 80

Will:

is absolute creator, VIII 109

action of, in sleep, X 252‑53

of adept guides nature's imagination,

VIII 133

Adept's, & myvirpa, X 224

against blind matter, II 76

Ah‑hi have no free, X 322

animal magnetism and, VI 223

animalistic to view, as an

hallucination, XII 363

Astral Body and, XII 617, 619

astral projection and, IV 489

basis of all "magical" force, III 252

behind consciousness, XII 712

body of, is kma principle, VI 109

change of polarity and, IV 168

chief factor of inner man, V 77

collective, of Jesuits, IX 305

concentration on a symbol helps, III

252, 253

confused with volition, V 77

conquers animal self, VIII 134

Cosmic, & occultist, VI 265

currents of, X 41

desire and, VIII 109, 129; XII 451‑52,

702

disciples must use, IV 608

distinguished from desire, XIII 364

divine free, & Dhyni‑Buddhas, X 387

effect of human, on unmanifested

matter, III 380

faith & energy, III 253

Force and, I 334

on free, II 9 (20); IV 425

free, & conservation of energy, XII

357‑58

free, in plants, X 362

function of, in Yogi, IV 102

higher Ego seat of, XIII 74

hypnotists paralyze, XII 222, 400‑01

on illusion of free, XII 361‑62

of Initiate, XIII 56‑57

invisible Free‑Wiper and, XII 362

is kma, V 78

key to consciousness, XII 147, 352

Kosmic, & Karma, XIII 365

Life identical with, VIII 132

magic numerals and, XIV 60‑61

magnetic phenomena and, II 282

magnetizer's, & current of vital force,

II 136

Mnasic, & Kma, XII 709

manifested & latent, XII 119

mediumship and, VI 223‑26; X 262

no, outside Higher Self, XII 32

not obstinacy, XIII 365

observation of our, by inner sense,

XII 147, 352

of occultist & hypnotic hallucinations,

X 132

phenomena and, VI 289

potency of, IV 314‑15

prayer is intense, & desire, X 39; XIV 116

prayer is, magnetically expressed, IV

519‑20

production of phenomena and, IV 126

projects vital fluid, II 397

psycho‑physiological phenomena and,

III 172‑73

Schopenhauer and, VIII 119

soul‑power and, III 28

spiritual, attracts cosmic forces, XII

527

surrender of, in hypnosis, VIII 106

thought &, acc. to Schopenhauer, XIV

414

thought‑images cp. with, X 224

unselfish love &, is a power in itself,

IX 286

use of, in healing cp. to vampirism,

XII 396

used for Black Magic, XIV 30

‑vibrations in hypnotism, XII 395

wounds inflicted by, IV 566

wrong to compel another's, XII 210

Yoga and, II 511

See also Occult Powers; RjaYoga

Will of God:

a blasphemy, II 193

gives Satan his power, II 194

My is personified active, X 327‑28

Vedas revealed by, XIII 108

Will Power:

escape from death and, I 299, 364

(368)

magical feats and, I 150

magician can form circle by, I 352‑53

sovereign power, I 364 (368)

Williams, Charles:

Butleroff experiments with medium,

II 151, 153

Willis:

persecutors and, I 211

Wilson, Daniel (1816‑1892):

on location of Palibothra, XIII 342

Wilson, Horace H. (1786‑1860):

X 314

debates with Parsi Dasturs, XIII

125 fn.

translator of Vishu‑Pura, XII 780

Vans Kennedy rivals, as Sanskritist,

XI 227 (263)

A Dictionary, Sanskrit and

English:

on akara & Buddhism, V 182‑85,

189‑90

Essays and Lectures . . .:

on akara's date, V 180

Essays on the Religion of the

Hindus:

II 462

ig‑Veda Sahit:

V 273

Sankya Karik:

XIV 329 fn.

Vishu Pura:

XIV 186 fn., 204 fn.

on Budha & Buddha, IX 283 fn.

many errors in this tr. of, IX 263

on future Avatra, XIV 356‑57

source of Egyptian & Greek Trinities,

XIV 186

on Yoga powers, XIV 440

bio‑bibliog., II 549

bibliog., V 273, 384; IX 458

Wimbridge, Edward (?‑1898):

afraid of prison, I 425, 426

Bates &, leave T.S., II 475‑77, 479‑80

dodges sheriff, I 421

drunk, I 430

H.P.B.'s diary cites, I 407, 411, 413,

414, 422, 423, 430‑31

H.P.B.'s portrait engraved by, I 409

objections of, corrected, II 479‑81

plays his last card, I 427

supported for 18 months by H.P.B., II

479

The Theosophist cover done by, II 83,

84, 86

witnesses Christians pestering Olcott,

II 417

biog., I 533

Winchell, A. (1824‑1891):

World‑Life . . .:

on taxonomy of heavens, VII 277

bio‑bibliog., VII 401

Windthorst, L. (1812‑1891):

"miracles" and, I 317

biog., 1 533

Wine:

adeptship and, III 342 & fn.

medicinal use of, in T.S. not

prohibited, XI 428

prohibited for esotericist, XII 496

rose and, III 465

sacredness of bread and, XI 69

symbolism of, & bread, XI 93‑95,

100‑01

water and, XI 498 et seq.

Winifred, C.T.:

Lecture on . . . Hindu Literature:

reviewed, IV 201‑02

bibliog., IV 670

Winter Solstice:

See Solstice, Winter

Wisdom:

di‑Buddha is One & Eternal, VIII

66 (88)

all philosophies varients of One, VI

331

alone satisfies man, XII 392

of Ancients, XIV 307

of antiquity not inferior, XII 309‑20

aphorism on practical, VIII 138

archaic, & its offshoots, XI 235 (271)

axiomatic truth of Hidden, XIV 61

"barbarous," of inferior races will be

appreciated, XI 247 (283)

Buddha means, XI 257

Budha is personification of secret,

VIII 53 (75)

devilish & psychic, XII 317, 339, 366,

369

double system of, Universal, XI 219

(255)

dual aspects of, XII 364‑69

early mankind followed, XII 234

end of Gnōsis, XIII 40

Esoteric, & Dragon, VIII 148

festival of ancient, proposed, XII 76

few who desire, VIII 134‑35

goal of aspirant to spiritual, VI

332‑33

gods of esoteric, XI 257

guarded by Initiates, XIV 46 & fn.,

47‑48, 181

hidden, XII 16, 315

hidden treasure of, XI 245 (281)

okhmh as Supreme, III 319

okhmh or Sophia or Bodhi

equivalents to, XII 311, 339

as Honover, III 461

House on Seven Pillars, XIII 40

incarnation of, III 180, 184‑85

Jewels, XIII 159

Kabalistic "word" is, XIII 100

knowledge of Self and, IX 162

‑language esoteric since Atlantis, XIV

180‑81

language of, XIII 55

light of "ancient," XII 320

of Love or philosophia, XIV 255 fn.

in midst of the Paths, XIII 40

mystic euhemerisation, XIV 157

occult, & cycles, III 194

the One, XI 490

is one, but paths to it are many, XI

121 (134)

one & eternal, VIII 66 (88)

One, imparted by Planetary Spirit, VI

331

of Orient needed to reform

materialism, XI 121 (134)

perfect, as Dagon, III 189 fn.

personified, XI 257; XIV 46 fn.

practical, VIII 138

profane & sacred, XII 314‑15

psychic & spiritual, IX 171

Pythagoras coined "lover of," XIII 95

sacrificed to intellect, XIV 333

"Second God" as, of One God, XI

241 (277)

secret, VIII 53 (75)

secrets of Oriental, XIV 7, 46‑47

Sons of, III 418

Supreme, III 185‑86, 189 fn.

Theosophia or, XII 320

truth &, are synonymous, XII 316

Universal, III 181

West accepts only psychic, XII 314

worldly policy vs., XII 317‑18

See also Bodhi; Divine Wisdom;

Esoteric Doctrine; Gnōsis; Gupta-

Vidy; Sophia; Wisdom‑Religion

Wisdom:

XIV 46 fn.

epigraph on God's order & number,

XIV 61

fragment of an ancient MS., XI 221

(257)

bibliog., XI 593

Wisdom of Iaseus (Jesus):

See Ecclesiasticus

Wisdom of Solomon:

See Wisdom

 

Wisdom‑Religion:

aggregate of subjective & objective

facts, XIII 98

"Aryan ‑Chaldeo Tibetan" doctrine or,

III 419

before Adam, VII 253

common parent of all beliefs, XIV

305

dates from time of our Primeval

Instructors, X 166‑67

definitions, II 498 (505)

degraded, VIII 213; XIV 176

Father Damien an ideal for follower

of, XII 112‑13

Homeric heroes and, XIII 100 fn.

India the source of, XIV 310

misuse of, by occult sects, XI 165

has not died out, II 487

Occultism but one Science of the, XI 433

once universal, VIII 182; XIV 68,

180‑81

only, will reveal the Truth, XII 570

Pagan religions and, XI 376

is religion of reason or Theosophy,

XII 347

science, philosophy & religion

fragments of, XIII 92

S.D. merely asserts existence of, XIII

93‑94

source of all religions, XI 432

Theosophy is, II 89‑90

is universal, II 89; IV 446, 574; VII

347

See also Esotericism; Gupta‑Vidy;

Theosophy; Universal Religion

Wise, Rabbi I.M. (1819‑1900):

on oracular nature of Hebrew

scriptures, XIV 39

Wishes:

on New Year, IX 5

Witch(es):

burnt alive, IV 460; XII 266

indispensable in Russian village, III 351

sexual renunciation of, XII 191 fn.

Witch of Endor:

See Sedecla

Witchcraft:

Demonology &, revived by

Spiritualism, X11 197

thousands burned for, II 97

See also Magic; Sorcery

Witness:

Bible on false, IV 76, 83

Witte, Major Alexander Y. de

(1846‑1877):

son of H.P.B.'s aunt, I 255 fn.

on Turkish barbarities, I 258 & fn.

Witte, Katherine A. de (1819‑?):

H.P.B.'s maternal aunt, I 255 fn.,

258 fn.

Witte, Count Serguey Yulievich de

(1849‑1915):

Prime Minister, I 258 fn.

Witte, Yuliy F. de (?‑1868):

I 258 fn.

Wittgenstein, Prince Emile (1824‑1878):

I 220, 410

death of, I 414

Master Morya protects, IV 354‑55

N.Y. Sun libels H.P.B. and, XII 333

bio‑bibliog., I 533‑34

Wittoba:

See Vihob

Wizards:

Northern, ep. with Indian, XII 325

renounce marital rights, XII 191 fn.

See also Sorcerer(s)

Wodan (Odin):

Buddha and, I 239

Whler, F. (1800‑1882):

manufactured urea, IX 87 fn.

bio‑bibliog., IX 458

Woide, Charles G. (1725‑1790):

on dating of Pistis‑Sophia, XIII 2

New Testament editor, XIII 2

translates Odes of Solomon, XIII 51

bio‑bibliog., XIII 406

Woldrich, Dr.:

on Elementaries, I 265 et seq.

Wolf (publisher):

Index a Jacobo Gaffarello:

VII 252 fn.

Wolff, Joseph (1795‑1862):

Journal of, cited, XIV 174 fn.

bio‑bibliog., XIV 578‑79

Wolsey, Thomas (ca. 1475‑1530):

on presentiment, VI 346

Wolves:

penalty of the, XIV 83

"sheep" & the, XIV 83

whole nations changed into, II 167

Woman:

in Adam's rib allegory, XIV 198

Adept & immaculate conception, VI

262‑63

correspondences between womb of, &

Nature, XII 520‑24

created from Man in every religion,

XIV 198

"door of hell," XIII 164

evil and, VIII 113

first, in 3rd Race & Abel, VII 256 fn.

K.H. on real mission of, & T.S., VI

259‑60 & fns.

marriage & divorce, XI 34‑42

in modern society, XIII 244

Revelation and, VIII 148 fn.

role of, in alchemy & ancient Egypt,

akti & imagination of. VI 262

seclusion of, at menstruation, VI

340‑41

See also Female(s); Widowhood;

Women

Womanhood:

outraged, X 85‑86

Queen Nathalie and, X 85

Womb:

contents of, potent objects in Black

Magic, XII 524 fn.

correspondences of woman's &

nature's, XII 523‑24

foetal circulation and, XII 557 fn.

symbolically interpreted by Simon

Magus, XII 557

Women:

allegedly cursed, IV 501

of Ancient Egypt, XII 270

Buddhist monks and, IX 148‑49

can reach adeptship, XI 301

in Ceylon, XI 440

Christian cp. to heathen, XII 267

Christian saints on, XII 269‑70

in Christianity, IX 172‑76

degradation of, from pulpit, XII 268,

271

degraded by Bible, XI 301

disability laws in England and, XII

267

enfranchisement of, XII 282

freedom of choice for, XII 248‑49

injustice to, II 516

Karma of, in our era, XII 268

love between, & men vs. adeptship, IV

341

man's degradation of, self‑defeating,

XI 527 (550)

Masonic Lodge for, XI 527 (550)

no carnal commerce with, for

sorcerers or sages, XII 191

Oriental School admits, XI 527 (550)

position of, in early Christianity, XI

441‑43

Positivism on artificial fecundation

of, XII 254

priest‑ridden & church‑going, XII 268

progress of 19th C., XIII 244

property & child custody laws in

Russia, XII 283

prophecy from Puras about, XII

387

protest against breeding of, XII 253,

255

reforms advocated for, XI 155

rights of, in ancient Greece & Rome,

XII 271

on rights, slavery, divorce & voting of,

II 512‑17

in Roman society, XI 442

symbol of lower quaternary, XI 500

Tolstoy's views on fallen, XII 247

transformation of, a fashion, XII 248

treated as chattels in England, XII

284‑85, 378

See also female Divinities; Feminine;

Widows

Women's Franchise League:

woman's rights and, XII 268, 272, 282

Wonders:

seven, of ancients, XI 356 et seq.

Wong Chin Foo:

H.P.B. impressed by, I 248

Woodhull and Clafin's Weekly:

IV 143

Woodhull, Victoria C. (1838‑1927):

opposed marriage, XII 257

bio‑bibliog., XII 781

Wool:

used to free astral spirit, XIV 131

Word(s):

all Adepts become the, XIV 271 fn.

ancient long‑lost, XIV 443‑44

divine elements beyond, XIII 68

Divine Ideation and, XII 611

Eternal Thought becomes, XIV 237

Five Sacred, XIII 32

guardian angel of the, XIV 321

Hierophant and, IV 100

Honover as living, III 461

ideas defined by, lose reality, XII 600

influence of books & spoken, I 380

Kabalistic meaning of, XIII 100

Karmic record and, XIII 76

as "Limbs" in Gnosticism, XIII 36

or Logos, XIII 36

made flesh, XII 366; XIV 49, 237

man the source of, XIII 77

as Mantra, XIV 237 & fn.

Moses on, XI 520‑21 (544)

mysterious, XII 638

the Mystery, XIV 125‑26

is no word, IV 291

one man in a nation may know, XIV

263, 430

part of Trinity, XIV 186‑87

potentiality of, XIII 76

sacramental, XI 101

Sacred, passed into Masonic &

Church ritual, XI 74

Sacred, passed on at death, XIV 430,

444

Sanskrit, need proper accents, XIII

108

of sound & light from same root, VII

66

spell or, makes bulls barren, II 446

Swedenborg on Lost, III 179, 420; XI

245 (281)

Three Logoi and, XI 487‑88

Universe springs forth from, XIV 237

Vice‑, destroys Anti‑Christ, XIV 321

Voice & Spirit, X 406

by which all is made, XIII 53 fn.

See also Aum; Logos(oi); Vch;

Verbum; Voice(s)

The Word:

VI xlviii, 185

on W.Q. Judge letters in, X 268 fn.

"Word Made Flesh":

carnalizes Christos principle, VIII 355

(372)

Humanity is, VIII 369 (388)

Paul may not have written, VIII 366

(385)

Word & Work:

on Theosophy, XI 332

Wordsworth, Wm. (1770‑1850):

XIII 296 q.

defines Tohu‑vah‑bohu, XIV 234

on Gospels, VI 151 q.

Principal of Elphinstone College, VI

151

"To Toussiant L'Ouverture":

XII 262 q.

Work(s):

faith and, VIII 162

practical, & Theosophy, VIII 161‑71

is prayer, IX 69

Working‑Women's Club:

founded by T.S. in London, XII 306

World(s):

of Buddhism, XIV 390‑91, 409 & fn.

celestial, or spheres, XIV 330‑31

Elect of, XII 317‑19

enveloping our 4th Round world, VII 85

evolution of, & chains, XI 138 fn.

‑faiths & their kinship, XII 296

formative, VIII 147, 148, 152

fourteen, & elements, VII 85

hypocritical, XII 320

on illusion of objective, IX 241

invisible, II 92

Kabalistic, enumerated, XIV 302

Kabalistic, & their meaning, VIII

151‑52

needs of, today, VIII 278

in our atmosphere, V 151

purification of, XIV 303‑04

Seven, or planes tabulated, X 50 diag.

(57 diag.)

spiritual & material, IV 174

succession of, VIII 65 (87)

See also Globe(s); Planet(s); Solar

System(s); Sphere(s)

The World (London):

IX 26

World‑Soul:

Anima Mundi or, II 273

attributes of, VI 196‑97

Xenocrates on, VI 209

See also Anima Mundi; Universal

Soul

World‑Stuff:

conditionless at first, VI 192

nature of, X 370, 373

polarizes & scatters, VI 192

See also Matter; Milky‑Way; Prakiti

Wormwood:

Lucifer or, VIII 139

Worship:

of Absolute is only true, XIII 259

of ancestors, II 176 et seq.

of angels or devas to be avoided, X

13‑14, 345

exoteric, falls before fact & logic, I

305

of God or Gods unphilosophical, X 345

of personal God causes black magic,

XIII 260

Real, is internal, X 345, XIV 120 fn.

See also Prayer(s); Reverence; Ritual;

Ritualism

Wraith:

circumstances when seen, X 261

See also Kma‑Rpa; Seances; Shells;

Spook

Wren, Sir C. (1632‑1723):

I 243; V 241

Wright, Claude Falls (1867‑1923):

Lane and, XI 553

signs defence of H.P.B., XIII 204

bio‑bibliog., XI 593‑94

Wright, Dr. William (1830‑1889):

Apocryphal Acts of Apostles:

on Hymn of the Soul, XIII 41

Writing:

in ancient India, XIII 314

antiquity of, V 297‑310

cursive, preceded by ideography, V

307

known centuries before Panini, V 304

lipi & dharma‑lipi, XIII 314

many Sages left no, XIV 13‑14

N.T. a disfigured, XIV 43

Pini on, XIII 314‑15

precipitation of, by Adepts, VIII

397‑99

profane & sacred, XIII 314‑17

silence on, V 306

See also Hieroglyphics; Language(s);

Pini; Precipitation(s); Runes

Wu‑liang‑Sheu:

See also Amitabha Buddha

Wu‑liang‑sheu‑king:

dates from Han Dynasty, XIV 448‑49

sutra of Amitbha Buddha, XIV 425

bibliog., XIV 579

Wundt, Wilhelm M. (1832‑1920):

Der Spiritismus:

II 151

bio‑bibliog., 11 549‑50

Wurzburg MS.:

See Blavatsky, S.D. First Draft

Wu‑wei‑chen‑jen:

definition, XIV 453

Wyld, Dr. George (1821‑1906):

I 409, 436; III 8, 144 fn., 260; VIII

219

attacks Esoteric Buddhism, V 329‑34

devout Christian & Theosophist, II

442

on Moon, V 134

on moon as "dust‑bin," VI 185

on Oriental brains, V 133

reason for resignation from T.S, III

53 fn.

sneers at Theosophy, VI 185

on Spiritualism, IV 138 et seq.

Theosophy and the Higher Life:

III 53 fn.

bio‑bibliog., III 538‑39

Wyld, Robert S:

III 144 fn.

witnesses seance, III 144