H.P. Blavatsky COLLECTED WRITINGS ONLINE

Cover Blavatsky Collected Writings Volume 2

Cover text

Preface & Acknowledgement

(unique contents per volume)

Note on the Transliteration of Sanskrit

(unique general bibliography & index per volume)

VOLUME II

Foreword (xxiii-xxiv)

Chronological Survey & Key to Abbrev. (xxv-xxxvii)

Table Of Contents (xxxix-xlv)

1879

  1. Idées Incorrectes sur les Doctrines des Théosophes (3-13)
  2. Erroneous Ideas concerning the Doctrines of the Theosophists (14-24)
  3. The Indian “Public” and Theosophy (24-27)
  4. The Retort Courteous (27-29)
  5. Madame Blavatsky (30)
  6. Magic (31-39)
  7. Madame Blavatsky (40-41)
  8. Harichandra Chintamon (41-43)
  9. Buddhist Priests and the Title “Reverend” (43-46)
  10. [On the Infallibility of the Jewish Scriptures] (46-48)
  11. The Theosophists and their Opponents (48-53)
  12. Letter to the Editor of the “Indu Prakash” (54)
  13. Madame Blavatsky (55)
  14. Réponse Définitive d’une Théosophe à M. Rossi de Justiniani (56-61)
  15. Final Reply of a Theosophist to Mr. Rossi de Justiniani (62-67)
  16. Echoes from India (68-80)
  17. [H.P.B. on the Monsoon] (81-82)
  18. [The Founding of “The Theosophist”] (83-84)
  19. Namastae (84-86)
  20. What is Theosophy? (87-97)
  21. What Are the Theosophists? (98-106)
  22. The Drift of Western Spiritualism (107-110)
  23. Antiquity of the Vedas (110-116)
  24. Footnotes to “The Autobiography of Dayananda Saraswati Swami” (117-122)
  25. Persian Zoroastrianism and Russian Vandalism (122-130)
  26. “The Light of Asia” (130-135)
  27. The Magnetic Chain (135-136)
  28. Spiritualism at Simla (136)
  29. Buddhistic Exegesis (138-140)
  30. A Thunder Cloud with Silver Lining (140-143)
  31. Cross and Fire (143-149)
  32. War in Olympus (149-159)
  33. Footnotes to “The Brahmachâri Bâwa” (160)
  34. Miscellaneous Notes (161)
  35. [From the Caves and Jungles of India] (161)
  36. Christmas Then and Christmas Now (162-167)
  37. The Popular Idea of Soul-Survival (168-179)
  38. “Lieutenant-Colonel St. Anthony” (180-181)
  39. Footnote to “A Strange Revery” (181)
  40. An Old Book and a New One (182-191)
  41. Nocturnal Thoughts on Newspaper Clippings (192-198)
  42. Miscellaneous Notes (198-200)
  43. A Letter to the Editor of the “Banner of Light” (200-201)
  44. Lettre de Madame Blavatsky—“Dé couverte du Docteur Rotura (202-205)
  45. Letter of Madame Blavatsky—Dr. Rotura’s Discover (205-208)
  46. Theosophy—the Essence of Philosophy and Science (208-211)

1880

  1. Introductory Note to “Yoga Philosophy” (215)
  2. Editor’s Closing Note to “Brahma, Iswara, and Maya” (216)
  3. Footnotes to “The Life of Sankaracharya, Philosopher and Mystic” (217-219)
  4. The Ensouled Violin (219-228)
  5. The Ensouled Violin (longer version) (229-258)
  6. Editor’s Note to “Swami versus Missionary” (258)
  7. Editor’s Note to “Nature-Worship” (259-260)
  8. Miscellaneous Notes (260-263)
  9. Armenians (263-266)
  10. Lo! The “Poor Missionary” (267-271)
  11. Footnote to “An Indian Aethrobat” (272-273)
  12. Footnotes to “Indra” (273-274)
  13. A Great Light under a Bushel (274-289)
  14. Editor’s Note to “A Mussulman Abdal (Yogi)” (290)
  15. Miscellaneous Notes (291-293)
  16. Letter from India (293-302)
  17. Comments on “Swami versus Missionary” (302)
  18. A Land of Mystery (303-338)
  19. Appendix by the Compiler (339-343)
  20. Which First—the Egg or the Bird? (344-345)
  21. Cup-Mark Inscriptions (346-349)
  22. Miscellaneous Notes (349-351)
  23. The History of a “Book” (351-361)
  24. Missionaries Militant (362-365)
  25. The Silent Brother (366-377)
  26. Note to “Radiant Matter” (377)
  27. The State of Christianity (377-382)
  28. Footnote to “Kaliya Mardana” (382)
  29. “A Personal Statement of Religious Belief” (383-388)
  30. Cock-and-Bull (388-390)
  31. Miscellaneous Notes (390)
  32. Compiler’s Notes (391)
  33. Journalist versus Missionary (392-393)
  34. Footnote to “Puzzles for the Philologists” (394)
  35. A Case of Obsession (395-400)
  36. Mr. Whitworth’s Gauntlet (401)
  37. Madame Blavatsky and her Opinions (402-404)
  38. A People’s Monthly (404-406)
  39. The Christian Art of War (407-408)
  40. The Number Seven (408-414)
  41. Miscellaneous Notes (414-415)
  42. The Theosophists at Maligawa (416-417)
  43. The Theory of Cycles (418-426)
  44. Our Second Year (426-429)
  45. “Spirit” Pranks Intra Caucasus (429-430)
  46. Notes on “A Land of Mystery” (431-435)
  47. [The Bewitched Mirror] (435-436)
  48. Sobs, Sods and Posies (436-437)
  49. Introductory Note to “Rahatship” (438)
  50. Comments on “The Theosophists in Ceylon” (439-440)
  51. Miscellaneous Notes (441)
  52. Closing Note to “Address of the President of the Ionian Theosophical Branch at Corfu” (442-443)
  53. Footnote to “Nanga Bâbâ of Gwalior” (443-444)
  54. Russian Superstitions (444-446)
  55. The Decadence of Protestant Christianity (446-447)
  56. Stone-Throwing by “Spirits” (448)
  57. The Number Seven and Our Society (448-453)
  58. Comments on “A Treatise on the Yoga Philosophy” (453-473)
  59. Miscellaneous Notes (473-475)
  60. Madame Blavatsky on The Theosophical Society at Bombay (475-478)
  61. [H.P. Blavatsky and Edward Wimbridge] (479-481)
  62. A Letter to the Editor of the “Bombay Review” (481-483)
  63. The Pralaya of Modern Science (483-486)
  64. [On Rahatship] (487-488)
  65. Occult Phenomena (489-492)
  66. Qu’est-ce que la Théosophie? (493-500)
  67. What is Theosophy? (500-507)
  68. [Sir Richard Temple and our Society] (507-509)
  69. Pranks of “Spirits” among Laymen (509-510)
  70. Miscellaneous Notes (510-511)
  71. A French View of Women’s Rights (512-517)

General Bibliography (521-551)

Index (555-590)

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