Volume XV

 

Y index

 

Y (letter):

symbology of, XIV 101 & fn.

Yadavas (Sk.):

Yadu & Krishna, I 251

Yago, Saint:

salaried after death, II 181

Yah:

"Father" or masculine principle, IX

360 fn. (388 fn.), 362 fn. (390 fn.)

male name of Jehovah, XIV 190

represents masculine potency of

žokmah, XIV 190

See also Jehovah

Yah-Jehovah Tsabaōth:

signature as a numerical indice, XIV

87 & fn.

Skinner's key to, XIV 87 fn.

Yahontov, Rostislav N. de (1858-1922):

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

Yah-Veh:

or God-Eve as Cain androgynized,

XIV 44 fn.

YahveTzbaout, XIV 326

yields mysteries, XIV 188-89

Yajñavalkya:

law books of, XIII 317

worship of planets and, V 235

——— Dharma-Sastra:

mentions Gautama ¬ishi's Code, V 32

(61)

bibliog., V 385

Yajña-vidya (Sk.):

definitions, IX 251-52 & fn.

Yajur-Veda:

treats of religious rites, V 34 fn.

(63 fn.)

white & black, & mantras, VI 81 (90)

bibliog., V 368; VI 426

See also Vedas

Yajus:

as sacrificial mysteries, IX 251 fn.

Yaksha(s) (Sk.):

gnome, IV 99

of Lanka, V 247-48

lower elementals, VI 169

See also Bhoot(s); Elementals

Yakshni [Sk. Yakshini]:

III 85

Yaldabaōth:

See Ialdabaōth

Yamabushi:

definition, VI 361 fn.

follow doctrines of Lao-tze, VI 365, 367

Japanese fraternity, XII 301

story about, magic, VI 355-406

See also Lao-tzu

Yam-dog-tso, Lake (Tibet):

Buddhist nunnery at, or Palti, IV

16 fn.

Yanadis:

habits & occult knowledge of, IV

287-90

Yarab:

father of primitive Arabians, XIV 196

biog., XIV 579

Yarker, John (1833-?):

H.P.B.'s Masonic diploma and, I 308

et seq., 311-12

——— Notes on the . . . Mysteries of

Antiquity . . . .:

I 311

on degradation of Masonry, I 310-11

on Rites of Grand Orient, I 309

bibliog., I 534

Yasha:

See Zamyad Yasht

Yashts:

few, or verses of Avesta contain

esoteric fragments, IV 532

on Vayu, IV 521 & fn.

Yaska:

a predecessor of Panini, XIV 269 fn.

———— Nirukta:

V 302

bibliog., V 366

Yasna:

silent on God, IV 516

Zoroastrian recluses studied, II 123

bibliog., II 550

Yaodhara:

power of Buddha, V 255

Yava-Aleim:

Mysteries, XIV 181

Yavana(s) (Sk.):

V 300

definitions, V 195, 235

degraded Kshatriyas, V 307-08

expedition of, V 194

Harivaüa on excommunication of, V

308

Mahabharata on, V 307-08, 309

relation to Pandavas, V 305 fn.

white & black, V 239 & fn.

Yuga PuraNa on, V 236

Yavanacharya:

identical with Pythagoras, V 195, 235;

X 368; XI 229 (265)

pupil of Aryan Masters, V 168, 195

Yavanani:

explained by PaNini, V 195

-lipi, defined, V-237

Ya-Yakav:

a prehistoric revelation, XIV 65

Yazatas:

Ahura and, IV 526 fn.

almost powerless against the Devs,

XIII 127

Angra-Mainyu challenged by the

Holy, XIII 129

Year(s):

calamities of 1888, X 277-78

key to septenary cycles of, XIII 301-06

New, & astral life of earth, IX 5; X

277

old & new, III 1-2

prophecy about nefarious, III 201

Solar, VIII 193 fn.

solar, & man's principles, X 52-53

(60)

See also New Year

Year 1881:

a challenge, III 196

Hebrew interpretation of, III 202

numerical value of, III 84-85, 120-21

record of, III 198-99, 201, 255

Yehuda ha-Levi:

See Judah ha-Levi

Yellow:

corresponds to Buddhi, XII 529,

548-49 fns. 562, 564-68, 614

reason to revere, IX 64

See also Color(s); Esoteric Section

Diagrams

Yellow Caps:

Buddhist sect, III 419

See also Gelukpa; Tsong-khapa

Yermolov, Gen. A.P. (1772-1861):

apparition & death prophecy of, XII

231-33

H.P.B. knew family of, XII 231

last years of, XII 228-33

monumental tomb at Orel, XII 230

not approached by a "disembodied

spirit," XII 231-32

obituary notice, XII 228-29 q.

prediction about life & death of, XII

229-30

bio-bibliog., XII 781-82

Yetzirah:

Kabalistie world of cherubim &

seraphim, XIV 302

Yevropeyskiy Vestnik:

art. of N. Wagner in, III 235

Yezd, Parsis of:

II 128-29 & fn.

Yezidis:

call their Devil Ad, XIII 101-02

devil-worshippers & their strange rite,

II 128-29

peacock worshipped by, XIII 130 fn.

version of Genesis, XIII 101-03

Yggdrasill:

Haoma and, III 460

See also Tree of Life

Yhvh:

the "Mystery" Lord, XIV 272 & fn.

Trinity within, XIV 188

yields mystery of Being, XIV 188-89

See also Tetragrammaton; Yah-Veh

Yima (Vedic Yama):

Airyana Vaēgo and, IV 526 fn.

evoluted from pre-existing form, IV 521

first unborn race of 4th Round, IV

522

goes "to meet the Sun," IV 520

real creator of Earth, IV 523

refuses Ahura's instructions, IV 521-22

Yliaster:

definition, VIII 368 (387)

of Paracelsus & Én of Pythagoras,

VII 283

Yōd(h):

as father, XIV 188

-žavah became Jehovah, XIV 187,

188 fn.

Hebrew name for God, III 180

as initial of Jehovah, XIV 99, 187-88

man-woman in Book of Enoch, XIV

187

as organ of procreation, XIV 207

as perfect unity, XIV 207

is phallic, VIII 149

word lama and, III 178 fn.

See also Jehovah

Yoga (Sk.):

chief object of, II 135

Chinese Yogi-mi-kean, XIV 450 fn.

of Christian ascetics, II 466

control of body, II 76

cure of diseases and, II 465

Dayananda on, III 30 fn.

Dhyana and, II 262

exoteric, practices dangerous, X 398

on faith in, III 108

figurative nomenclature and, II 215

Ha˜ha, XIV 434

jivas going to the sun and, IX 63

knowing languages without study and,

XIV 134 & fn.

methods of, discussed, II 456 et seq.

moral purity needed for, III 30

of Patañjali, XII 343 fn.

possible in Kali Yuga, II 463

powers acquired by, II 466-67

results of, training, II 160

sitting for, often dangerous, XII 604,

612-13

Sons of Will and, XIV 251

three states of, XIII 65

training, & Dayananda, II 76

true, little known, II 468

true science, III 105

various schools of, III 403

widespread in antiquity, II 466

See also Ha˜ha Yoga; Raja Yoga

Yoga-ballu [Sk. Yoga-bala]:

adept-power & Mayavi-rupa, IV 53

Yoga-Siddha (Sk.):

symbolism of, VIII 202 fn.

virgin Goddess who creates Adepts,

XIV 261

Yoga-Vidya (Sk.):

article on, cited, II 272 fn.

Dayananda and, IV 93

defined as secret science, V 32 (61)

Dikshitas and, II 119

mesmerism and, III 7-8

nature of, III 26 et seq.

no short cut to, VI 335

Western psychology and, III 31

Yogacharya Buddhism:

Absolute and, X 347

Aryasanga school, XIV 434

cp. to Prasanga school, XIV 439

cp. to Viish˜advaita, XIV 438

on degeneration of, XIV 434

a Mahayana system. XIV 437

regards hermit's life as selfish, XI

347-49 fn.

views of, IX 59

on World-Soul, VI 209

Yogi(s) (Sk.):

Adepts differ from, III 304

alleged supernatural powers of, VI 51

antediluvian, XII 172 (182)

become one with Brahm, II 78

cannot arrest Karma, XII 161

celibate, VIII 67 (88)

contemporary, & Aramas, XII

345 fn.

controls operations of life, II 135

divine drink and, VII 110

Eastern, to be vindicated, XII 148

few Indian, know occult science, IV

565

few Initiates among, VIII 58 (80)

hair worn long, IV 503

hermits &, accomplished egoists, XI

218 (254), 343-44 fn., 347 fn.

Hindu, & Tantrikas, XII 144-45

initiated, an occultist, IV 544

Jainas & fasting, II 76 fn.

jugglers imitate Siddhis of, XII 325

KrishNa on, XIII 169

living at great heights, III 140-41

as magicians, II 119

method of, to gain knowledge, IV 102

not frightened by threats, III 85

paralyse 4 intermediate principles, IV 102

Patañjali on powers of, II 466-67

perfect, free of Brahmanical laws,

XIV 122

polarity change &, training, IV 168

power of, to enter another's body, II 217

powers of, not hypnotism, XII 326-27

or saintly devotees, XII 306, 325

Saükaracharya and, XII 344-45

seclusion of, III 30

seven-knotted wand of, IV 104; XII 701

their tortures, IX 209 fn. (231 fn.)

in trance immured in chamber, II 204

(207)

true and false, IV 543

true, does not shun action, XIII 169

true, may still be found, III 105

Vishnu jealous of, XIII 102

See also Ha˜ha Yogis; RajaYogis

Yogism:

Theosophy protests against, VIII 51 (73)

Yohai, Shimon ben:

See Shimon ben Yohai

Yomas:

VII 294 fn.

Yonan:

Peruvian ruins near, II 326

Yonge, C.D. (1812-1891):

VIII 12 & fn.

biog., VIII 478

Yong-Grub [Tib. Yons-grub]:

or Parinirvana, X 335

See also ParinirvaNa

Yoni(s) (Sk.):

VIII 147

      Church Fathers and, XIII 23

Youmans, Prof. E. Livingston

(1821-1887):

I 225

Young, Brigham (1801-1877):

zeal & martyrdom of, XII 257

Young, E.:

on so-called charities, XI 195

Young, Edward (1683-1765):

on angels as superior men, XII 200

Young, Thomas (1773-1829):

light and, IV 220

Youth:

hope for century is in, II 405-06

Yo ya-hoo:

made of indestructible plates, XIV

65 fn.

symbolic writing in, XIV 65 fn.

Yu, Emperor (d. 2197 B.C.):

theocracy of, from Tibet, III 418

Yudhish˜hira:

astronomical theory on legend of,

XIV 365

reign of, commenced Kali Yuga, XIV 365

Yuga(s) (Sk.):

Christian era and, V 261

Codes of Laws and, V 31 (61)

cycles of, XIII 301-06

entire, separates the two Gautamas, V

34 (62)

exoteric & esoteric calculations, V 29

(57-58)

inner self and, VI 14

length of human life and, VI 117

lengths of cycles in, IX 211 (233)

Maha, & astronomical cycles, XIV

357

man during various, XIV 68, 247-49

names are their masks, VI 78 (87), 84

(93)

numbers 4,3,2 and, XIV 243-44

Puranas on, XII 386 fn.

Saüvatsara, Parivatsara, etc., XIV 358

secret computation of, VI 78 (87)

See also Dvapara Yuga; Kali Yuga;

Satya (or Krita) Yuga; Treta-Yuga

Yuga-Purana:

Yavanas and, V 236

bibliog., V 369

Yuƒasin:

 inimical to Zohar XI 31

bibliog., XI 594

Yule, Sir Henry (1820-1889):

——— The Book of Ser

Marco Polo [tr.]:

on Josaphat & Barlaam, II 134 fn.

on magical rites in Tibet, XIV 19-20

on sorcery, XIV 19-20

bio-bibliog., II 550; XIV 579

Yule, Mr. & Mrs.:

H.P.B. goes to America with, VI 73

Yung-Bang [Tib. gYun-drun]:

mystic cross, III 188 fn.

Yu-po-sah:

Buddhist student, IV 378 fn.

See also Upasaka(s)

Yurievsky, Princess K.M.:

assassination of Alexander II and, III

158, 167-69

portrait facing, III 171

biog., III 167-68 fn.