H.P. Blavatsky
COLLECTED WRITINGS ONLINE

Blavatsky Collected Writings Volume 3, cover

Cover text

Preface & Acknowledgement

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Note on the Transliteration of Sanskrit

(unique general bibliography & index per volume)

VOLUME III

Foreword (xxi)

Chronological Survey & Key to Abbrev. (xxiii - xxx)

Table Of Contents (xxxxi - xxxvi)

1881

  1. A Year of Theosophy (1-8)
  2. Miscellaneous Notes (8-9)
  3. A Word with our Friends (10-13)
  4. Transcendental Physics (14-20)
  5. Electric and Magnetic Affinities between Man and Nature (21-26)
  6. Questions Answered about Yoga-Vidya (26-30)
  7. Another Distinguished Fellow (30-35)
  8. Hindustani Domestic Remedies (36-38)
  9. The Missing Link (38-42)
  10. Hypnotism (42-44)
  11. Miscellaneous Notes (45)
  12. The Study of Russian by Indian Officers (46-49)
  13. The Leaven of Theosophy (50-54)
  14. Closing Note to “Spiritual Miracles” (54)
  15. The Brahmo Samaj (55-60)
  16. The Brahmo Leader and Yoginism (60-61)
  17. Footnotes to “Cosmogony and Anthropology” (61-64)
  18. The Signs of the Time (64-69)
  19. The Alleged Real Meaning of Educational Missions in India (69-70)
  20. The New Vimāna (70-71)
  21. Miscellaneous Notes (72-74)
  22. A Russian “Symposium” (75-77)
  23. Madame Blavatsky (78-81)
  24. A Berlin Mare’s Nest (81-83)
  25. The Year 1881 (84-85)
  26. Comment on “Yakshni” (85)
  27. A Columnar Meteor (86)
  28. Railway and Other Vandals (87-88)
  29. New York Buddhists (88-92)
  30. Nature’s Human Magnets (92-102)
  31. An Archaeological Drink (102-103)
  32. Notes to “Radiant Heat, Musical Vapours, and Fairy Bells” (103-104)
  33. A Hindu Professor’s Views on Indian Yoga (104-108)
  34. Logic versus Peripatetic (109-115)
  35. The Most Ancient of Christian Orders (115-118)
  36. Note to “The Bishop’s Manifesto” (119-120)
  37. The Year 1881 (120-121)
  38. The Assassination of the Czar (121-125)
  39. Count de Saint-Germain (125-129)
  40. An Important Biblical Error (130-131)
  41. A False “Witness” (131-138)
  42. Comment on “A Hindu Story of Reincarnation” (139)
  43. Human Life at High Altitudes (140-141)
  44. Footnotes to “True Religion Defined” (141-142)
  45. A “Medium” Wanted (142-146)
  46. Ancient Doctrines Vindicated by Modern Prophecy (147-151)
  47. Miscellaneous Notes (151-154)
  48. The State of Russia (155-162)
  49. The State of Russia (162-170)
  50. Compiler’s Note (170)
  51. A Psychic Warning (171-174)
  52. Apollonius Tyanaeus (174-175)
  53. Lamas and Druses (175-189)
  54. Native Astrologers (190-192)
  55. Stars and Numbers (192-203)
  56. “Praise Him with the Timbrel and Dance” (203-206)
  57. Miscellaneous Notes (207)
  58. A Posthumous Publication (207-209)
  59. Footnotes to “A Suicide’s After-State” (210-211)
  60. A Letter from Surb Ohannes (211-218)
  61. Footnotes to “The Five-Pointed Star” (219-221)
  62. A Reply to our Critics (221-226)
  63. Science, Phenomena and the Press (227-233)
  64. The Evidence of Science (233-238)
  65. “The Scientific Basis of Spiritualism” (239-240)
  66. Footnotes to “The Work of the Theosophical Society” (240-242)
  67. Editor’s Note to “The Hindu Sabha (242-243)
  68. Canonization of a New Saint (243-244)
  69. Stone-Showers (244-248)
  70. Spotless Murderers (248-249)
  71. The Five-Pointed Star (250-254)
  72. Miscellaneous Notes (255-259)
  73. The British Theosophical Society (260)
  74. Miscellaneous Notes (261)
  75. Madame Blavatsky on “The Himalayan Brothers” (262-268)
  76. Footnotes to “Iamblichos: A Treatise on the Mysteries” (269-270)
  77. “The Claims of Occultism” (271-275)
  78. Miracles (275-281)
  79. Comments on “Strange Apparitions” (282-284)
  80. Miscellaneous Notes (285)
  81. Footnotes to “The New Dispensation Dissected” (286-287)
  82. Stray Thoughts on Death and Satan (287-300)
  83. Miscellaneous Notes (301-303)
  84. Footnotes to “Who are the Aryas and the Buddhists?” (303-304)
  85. Current Events (305-306)
  86. “The Theosophist” and Pandit Shraddha Ram (306-307)
  87. “The Theosophist” and Arya-Samajist (308-311)
  88. From Scrapbook, Vol. XI, Part II, pp. 410-12 (311-312)
  89. The Six-pointed and Five-Pointed Stars (312-323)
  90. The Grand Inquisitor (324-325)
  91. Footnotes to “The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac” (325-327)
  92. The Bright Spot of Light (327-328)
  93. Miscellaneous Notes (329-330)
  94. Dayanand Saraswati and his followers (331-332)
  95. Western “Adepts” and Eastern Theosophists (332-343)
  96. [Spiritualism and the Christian Churches] (344-346)
  97. The Banner of Light (346-347)
  98. Footnote to “The Church Congress and Spiritualism” (347)
  99. Superstition (348-355)
  100. “The Theosophist” and Hindu Pantheism (355-359)
  101. Trance Mediums and “Historical” Visions (359-365)
  102. “We will not Quarrel but simply Argue” (365-366)
  103. What is “A Fact”? (367-371)
  104. Hazy Notions (371-374)
  105. Weird Phenomena (375-376)
  106. Is Creation Possible for Man? (377-380)
  107. Editor’s Note to “The Theosophists” (381-385)
  108. Miscellaneous Notes (386)
  109. “The Knight without Reproach or Fear” (387-389)
  110. A Letter from Madame Blavatsky (390)

1882

  1. “Is it Idle to Argue Further?” (391-395)
  2. Esoteric Axioms and Spiritual Speculations (396-399)
  3. The Aryan-Arhat Esoteric Tenets on the Sevenfold Principle in Man (400-418)
  4. Editorial Appendix on the Above (418-424)
  5. Footnotes to “Lakshmibai” (424-426)
  6. The Universe in a Nutshell (427-432)
  7. Are Dreams but Idle Visions? (434-438)
  8. On “Theosophism” in India (439)
  9. A Personal Explanation (440-448)
  10. Zoroaster in “History” and Zarathustra in the Secret Records (449-468)
  11. Spiritualism and Occult Truth (468-476)
  12. “Nature-Spirits and Elementals” (476-478)
  13. In Desperate Straits (489-483)
  14. Footnote to “The Pisacha-Dancers” (483)
  15. “A Book of the Beginnings (483-486)
  16. Footnote to “A Flash of Light upon Occult Freemasonry” (487)
  17. A Conjurer among the Spiritualists (488-489)
  18. Madame Blavatsky’s Reply to Mr. Joseph Cook (489-491)

General Bibliography (495-539)

Index (543-583)

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