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List of Title Abbreviations (in alphabetical order)

TG Hoa (Heb.). That, from which proceeds Ab, the "Father"; therefore the Concealed Logos.

SD INDEX Hoa, Hu (Heb). See also He, Heh

-Attah-Ani explained I 78
concealed, masculine I 618
fr, is Ab, the Father II 83

TG Hoang Ty (Chin.). "The Great Spirit." His Sons are said to have acquired new wisdom, and imparted what they knew before to mortals, by falling -- like the rebellious angels -- into the "Valley of Pain", which is allegorically our Earth. In other words they are identical with the "Fallen Angels" of exoteric religions, and with the reincarnating Egos, esoterically.

SD INDEX Hoang-Ty. See Huang-Ti

TG Hochmah (Heb.). See "Chochmah".

TG Hod (Heb.). Splendour, the eighth of the ten Sephiroth, a female passive potency. [W.W.W.]

WGa Hod (Heb.), splendor. The eighth of the ten Sephiroth of the Kabalah. A female potency.

SD INDEX Hod [Hodh] (Heb), globe B, Earth chain I 200

MO Hoder [[Norse]] (heu-der) [hod war, slaughter] An Ase: blind god of darkness and ignorance; brother of Balder

SD INDEX Hodgson, Adam, Letters from North America . . ., on moving stones II 342n

SD INDEX Hodgson, Brian Houghton, "Notice on Buddhist Symbols," on swastica cross II 546-7

SD INDEX Hokhmah (Heb, often Chochmah in tx)

Binah (intelligence) & I 355; II 134 &n, 528, 626
brain or, numbered two I 352
diffused in Binah (nature) II 84
divine name is Jah [Yah] I 355
is Father, Binah Mother II 85
left shoulder of Macroprosopus I 239
male wisdom I 99n; II 528
masculine, active potency I 355
names of, in various religions II 704 &n
right side or II 269n
Sephirah, & Binah higher triad I 98n, 99n, 438
Vau letter of I 438n
YHVH is Binah & I 618

SD INDEX Holiaetus [Haliaetus] Washingtonii, Audubon doubted concerning II 440 &n

SD INDEX Holmboe, C. A., Traces de Bouddhisme . . ., Buddhism in USA & Norway II 424n

SD INDEX Holy City, or human womb (Kabbalah) II 84

SD INDEX Holy Fires, generic name of Kabiri II 3

SD INDEX Holy Ghost

Ancient of Days or I 109
appeared as a dove I 80-1n, 354, 363
astral light body of, (Levi) I 253
baptism w, explained II 566
female principle I 72n, 136, 197, 353, 618
fire symbolized, [Acts] I 402
first of sephiroth or I 337
Lucifer is, & Satan II 513
Ptah is, of Christians I 353
seven gifts of II 604n
Sophia or, (Gnostic) I 72n, 197; II 512
Swan & goose symbols of I 357
tongues of fire I 379n
universal soul I 353
Venus or, & Trinity II 540

TG Holy of Holies. The Assyriologists, Egyptologists, and Orientalists, in general, show that such a place existed in every temple of antiquity. The great temple of Bel-Merodach whose sides faced the four cardinal points, had in its extreme end a "Holy of Holies" hidden from the profane by a veil: here, "at the beginning of the year 'the divine, king of heaven and earth, the lord of the heavens, seats himself'." According to Herodotus, here was the golden image of the god with a golden table in front like the Hebrew table for the shew bread, and upon this, food appears to have been placed. In some temples there also was "a little coffer or ark with two engraved stone tablets on it". (Myer's Qabbalah.) In short, it is now pretty well proven, that the "chosen people" had nothing original of their own, but that every detail of their ritualism and religion was borrowed from older nations. The Hibbert Lectures by Prof. Sayce and others show this abundantly. The story of the birth of Moses is that of Sargon, the Babylonian, who preceded Moses by a couple of thousand years; and no wonder, as Dr. Sayce tells us that the name of Moses, Mosheh, has a connection with the name of the Babylonian sun-god as the "hero" or "leader". (Hib. Lect. p. 4 et seq.) Says Mr. J Myer, "The orders of the priests were divided into high priests, those attached or bound to certain deities, like the Hebrew Levites; anointers or cleaners; the Kali, 'illustrious' or 'elders'; the soothsayers, and the Makhkhu or 'great one' in which Prof. Delitzsch sees the Rab-mag of the Old Testament. The Akkadians and Chaldeans kept a Sabbath day of rest every seven days, they also had thanksgiving days, and days for humiliation and prayer. There were sacrifices of vegetables and animals, of meats and wine. . . . The number seven was especially sacred. . . . The great temple of Babylon existed before 2,250 B.C. Its 'Holy of Holies' was within the Shrine of Nebo, the prophet god of wisdom." It is from the Akkadians that the god Mardak passed to the Assyrians, and he had been before Merodach, "the merciful", of the Babylonians, the only son and interpreter of the will of Ea or Hea, the great Deity of Wisdom. The Assyriologists have, in short, unveiled the whole scheme of the "chosen people".

SD INDEX Holy of Holies. See also Ark

adytum, sanctum sanctorum II 234, 459
argha or II 468
Babylon had its II 456
cherubim & II 518
discussed II 459-74
four elements & I 462
Hebrew, Egyptian, Hindu, compared II 469, 472-3
Jewish symbol of womb I 264, 382-3, 391-2
King's Chamber I 264; II 462, 466n
Ma-qom, womb & II 457 &n
number symbol of I 114n, 264
phallus in ark II 467
Pope & Christian II 466n
pyramid & II 466-71
tent of, described I 462
tree of Garden of Eden or I 114 &n
universal abstraction II 472

SD INDEX Holy One (in the Midrash)

created several worlds II 53-4
desired to create man II 490-1
Logos or II 490

WG Holy Triad, in Buddhism, the Lord (Buddha), the Law, and the Assembly.

TG Holy Water. This is one of the oldest rites practised in Egypt, and thence in Pagan Rome. It accompanied the rite of bread and wine. "Holy water was sprinkled by the Egyptian priest alike upon his gods' images and the faithful. It was both poured and sprinkled. A brush has been found, supposed to have been used for that purpose, as at this day." (Bonwick's Egyptian Belief.) As to the bread, "the cakes of Isis . . . were placed upon the alter. Gliddon writes that they were 'identical in shape with the consecrated cake of the Roman and Eastern Churches'. Melville assures us 'the Egyptians marked this holy bread with St. Andrew's cross'. The Presence bread was broken before being distributed by the priests to the people, and was supposed to become the flesh and blood of the Deity. The miracle was wrought by the hand of the officiating priest, who blessed the food. . . . Rouge tells us 'the bread offerings bear the imprint of the fingers, the mark of consecration'." (Ibid, Page 418.) (See also "Bread and Wine".)

SD INDEX Homer, Homeric II 404

Castor & Pollux II 121-3
Cyclopes, Titans II 293
date of, & Job I 648
esoteric meaning of, & Revelations II 383
giants II 336
Gladstone misunderstood II 766-7
heroes had huge weapons II 755
Plato dates, much earlier I 648
Poseidon god of the horse II 399n
scientists deny existence of II 429
seven constellations II 603
silent re first three principles I 426
songs of, & patriarchs II 391
Veda &, compared II 450
way to Bible thru Hermes & II 383
works of, condemned II 764n
writing unknown to, (science) II 439, 440
zodiacal signs I 648
----- The Iliad
Apollo appears to seers II 771
Artemis-Lochia & childbirth I 395
divine kings, Apollo, etc II 774
Helen as fourth principle II 796
Laomedon building a city II 796
limne, "sea" II 766
Ocean & Tethys II 65
Tartaros II 776
"terrible are the gods" II 355
uses astral double of Aeneas II 771
Zeus reverences Night, the One I 425
----- The Odyssey
Atlantis II 761
Calypso daughter of Atlas II 762, 769 &n
Hyperborean day & night II 7, 11
Moira II 604n
Tityos II 591n

SD INDEX Homeric Hymns, Leda allegory II 122 &n, 391

SD INDEX L'Homme Rouge des Tuileries. See Christian, P.

SD INDEX Homo Afer II 725

SD INDEX Homo Diluvii, giant II 352

TG Homogeneity. From the Greek words homos "the same" and genos "kind". That which is of the same nature throughout, undifferentiated, non-compound, as gold is supposed to be.

KT Homogeneity. From the Greek words homos, "the same"; and genos, "kind." That which is of the same nature throughout, undifferentiated, non-compound, as gold is supposed to be.

SD INDEX Homogeneity

absolute, is unconscious I 247
absolute, of prakriti I 522
basis of heterogeneity I 46, 328
elements & I 143n
essence of good & evil in I 411-12
of matter & natural law I 640
of matter outside solar system I 601
"One Form of Existence" I 46
relative, of prakritis I 328
of solar nebula I 589
universal unity or I 58, 130

SD INDEX Homoiomere. See Anaxagoras

SD INDEX Homo Primigenius

antiquity of II 288, 317n, 690, 734
descended fr apes (Haeckel) II 189, 193n

SD INDEX Homo Sapiens II 675, 690

SD INDEX Homunculi

fact of alchemy II 349
inferior men are II 376
Ischin help to produce II 376
Paracelsus made, fr alkahest I 345
similar to self-born II 120-1

SD INDEX Honey-Dew, or astral light I 344-5

TG Honir (Scand.). A creative god who furnished the first man with intellect and understanding after man had been created by him jointly with Odin and Lodur from an ash tree.

MO Honer [[Norse]] (heu-ner) One of the creative trinity; the watery principle

SD INDEX Honir (Norse), gives man intellect & senses II 97

TG Honover (Zend). The Persian Logos, the manifested Word.

SD INDEX Hooke, Dr Robert, axial changes & glaciation II 726

SD INDEX Hopkins, E. W. (editor, Ordinances of Manu)

atman, elements, etc I 334-5
more intuitive than Burnell I 334

SD INDEX Hoppo & Stadlein (sorcerers), killed for charming harvest I 469

SD INDEX Hor, Horsusi. See Heru-sa-Ast

SD INDEX [Horace, Satires], Credat Judaeus Apella II 451

SD INDEX Horae Biblicae. See Butler, C.

SD INDEX Horae Hebraicae. See Schottgen, C.

SD INDEX Horaios, Horaeus (Gnos, Osraios & Orai in tx)

genius of Venus I 577; II 538n
stellar spirit, inferior hebdomad I 449

TG Hor Ammon (Eg.). "The Self-engendered", a word in theogony which answers to the Sanskrit Anupadaka, parentless. Hor-Ammon is a combination of the ram-headed god of Thebes and of Horus.

SD INDEX Hor-Ammon. See Heru-amen

PV Hor chan "Head of the serpent." The Chorti Maya caste of elder-chiefs, equated with Gucumatz, the Agrarian deity of which they are the earthly representatives. This elder caste is of divine origin, but the individual born into it must win the right to exercise of the post through his or her personal merit and exemplary conduct.

TG Horchia (Chald.). According to Berosus, the same as Vesta, goddess of the Hearth.

SD INDEX Horchia, title of Vesta (Earth) II 144

SD INDEX Horeb (cave near Sinai), Moses initiated at II 541

SD INDEX Hor-Jared [Yared], Ararat, Areth II 596-7

SD INDEX Hormig (Mercury, Budha) II 366

SD INDEX Horn(s)

Greek, Hindu, & Jewish symb II 418 &n
hoofs & II 510
Lucifer's II 31 &n
of Satan II 507

SD INDEX Horne, Reverend Thomas Hartwell, Introduction to the . . . Holy Scriptures, admits changes in Bible II 473

SD INDEX Horoscope(s), Horoscopy. See also Astrology

rationale of I 105
thirty-six, & Pantomorphos I 672
zodiacal records I 647

SD INDEX Horse(s)

ass &, produce (sterile) mule II 287
evolution of, (Mivart) II 697
evolution traced fr Tertiary II 735
fossils of II 773n
gradual evolution of, (Laing) II 716
ogdoad of earth-born II 31
originated in America (science) II 792
seven, of Sun I 101, 290
symbolic meaning II 399n
twelve-legged, of Huschenk II 397-9
white, symbol I 87

SD INDEX Horseshoe-like Continent

Professor Seeman confirms II 333
rose as Lemuria sank II 326
of second race II 401-2

SD INDEX Horsusi. See Heru-sa-Ast

TG Horus (Eg.). The last in the line of divine Sovereigns in Egypt, said to he the son of Osiris and Isis. He is the great god "loved of Heaven", the "beloved of the Sun, the offspring of the gods, the subjugator of the world". At the time of the Winter Solstice (our Christmas), his image, in the form of a small newly-born infant, was brought out from the sanctuary for the adoration of the worshipping, crowds. As he is, the type of the vault of heaven, he is said to have come from the Maem Misi, the sacred birth-place (the womb of the World), and is, therefore, the "mystic Child of the Ark" or the argha, the symbol of the matrix. Cosmically, he is the Winter Sun. A tablet describes him as the "substance of his father", Osiris, of whom he is an incarnation and also identical with him. Horus is a chaste deity, and "like Apollo has no amours. His part in the lower world is associated with the Judgment. He introduces souls to his father, the Judge" (Bonwick). An ancient hymn says of him, "By him the world is judged in that which it contains. Heaven and earth are under his immediate presence. He rules all human beings. The sun goes round according to his purpose. He brings forth abundance and dispenses it to all the earth. Every one adores his beauty. Sweet is his love in us."

WGa Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis, the Father and Mother, or spiritual and material aspects of Being, in Egyptian mysticism. Therefore he is the fount of life, the germ, the "mystic child of the ark"; that out of which the whole universe grows or becomes.

SD INDEX Horus (Egy)

Abraxas Iao, Jehovah, & II 474
Ammon becomes, or Hor-Ammon II 464
-Apollo I 367
bisexual I 72n
born fr Osiris-Isis II 472
"crocodile" the fish of I 220; II 577
defunct resurrected as I 228
divine king II 368
elder, demiurgic Idea I 366 &n
Gnostic Christ or II 587, 635
on Gnostic gems II 474
Hathor & Isis suckled I 400
immaculate birth of I 59
Isis daughter & mother of I 430
Isis virgin mother of II 43
light of the Logos II 233
Logos, Christos or I 134n
lotus symbol w, & Osiris I 379
Older, Younger, & Osiris I 348, 366n
-Osiris, father & son I 220
raised the dead II 557
second, Idea in matter I 366
servants of, glean wheat II 374
Seth, Thoth & II 283n, 380
slays Typhon (dragon) II 385


Kadeshim in II 460
verb "he will be" II 129 &n

SD INDEX Hoshang (Huschenk in tx), Persian king II 396-9

SD INDEX Host(s). See also Hierarchy

cherubim general name of II 501
of creative powers II 487
elohim, dhyani-chohans or II 510
guide regions during manvantara I 119
heavenly, or Prometheus II 421
Jehovah collectively II 75
of Logos I 94
seven, build world II 489
seven creative, in Vedas II 605
seven, will-born lords II 86
superior, inferior explained II 421-2
will-less spiritual II 484

MO Hostage [[Norse]] A Vana god among the Aesir: an avatara from a higher to a lower world

TG Hotri (Sk.). A priest who recites the hymns from the Rig Veda, and makes oblations to the fire.

WG Hotri, a priest conversant with the Rig-Veda; an offerer of sacrifices with fire.

TG Hotris (Sk.). A symbolical name for the seven senses called, in the Anugita "the Seven Priests". "The senses supply the fire of mind (i.e., desire) with the oblations of external pleasures." An occult term used metaphysically.

SD INDEX Hotris (Skt) [priests], seven, & seven senses (Anugita) I 87, 96

SD INDEX Hottentots, mixed Atlanto-Lemurians II 779

SD INDEX Houah. See Havvah

SD INDEX Houghton, Professor J. See Haughton

SD INDEX Houris (Pers), Paradise of, & Eden II 203

SD INDEX Hours, twelve, of day explained I 450

SD INDEX House(s) (zodiacal)

Earth said "my, is empty" II 15
Mars held, of Venus II 392
planet, of a dhyani II 29
seven planets, races & I 573 &n; II 602n

VS Householder (II 11) [[p. 28]] Rathapala the great Arhat thus addresses his father in the legend called Rathapala Sutrasanne. But as all such legends are allegorical (e.g. Rathapala's father has a mansion with seven doors) hence the reproof, to those who accept them literally.

Hrida tashtan mantran Mantras carved by the heart

SD INDEX Hovah. See Havvah

SD INDEX Hovelacque, Abel, The Science of Language, polygenetic origin of man II 169

SD INDEX Howard, L., on aerolites II 784n

SD INDEX Hrada (Skt), daityas &, defeat gods I 419

WG Hridaya, the heart; the center or essence of anything; divine knowledge.

TG Hrimthurses (Scand.). The Frost-giants; Cyclopean builders in the Edda.

SD INDEX Hrimthurses [Hrimthursar] (Norse), war of Ases w II 386

WG Hrishikesha, lord of the organs of sense, or the faculties. (hrishika, any organ of sense, or indriya; isa, master, ruler. (See Indriyatman.)

GH Hrishikesa A name applied to Krishna and to Vishnu. (Meaning of the word itself: lord of the senses. Bhagavad-Gita, W. Q. Judge, p. 84)

SD INDEX Hrishikesa (Skt), spiritual or intellectual soul II 108

SD INDEX Hrossharsgrani (Norse), Starkad & II 346n

SD INDEX Hsia Dynasty (Chin, Hia in tx) II 54n

SD INDEX Hsiang of Wei (Seang of Wai in tx) II 302

SD INDEX Hsien-Chan (Chin) I 136

filled w elementary germs I 139
fr Tien Sien, Heaven of Mind I 139
Vach, voice calls forth I 137

SD INDEX Hsi-Tsang (Tib), great teachers of I 271n

SD INDEX Hu I 618. See also He, Hoa

SD INDEX Huang-Ho River (Chin, Khuan-Khe in tx), civilization in upper course of I xxxii

SD INDEX Huang-Ti, Lord (Chin)

king of divine dynasty II 281
sees his sons fall II 516

SD INDEX Huc, Abbe R. E., [Recollections of a Journey], Dalai or "ocean" Lama II 502n

SD INDEX Hudson Bay, was part of former land bridge to Norway II 423-4

SD INDEX Huelgoat (Brittany), stones at II 342n, 344

SD INDEX Huggins, Sir William, on spectra of nebulae I 598n

MO Hugin [[Norse]] (hoog-in) [bug mind] One of Odin's two ravens

SD INDEX Hugo, Victor, [Travailleurs de la mer], description of cuttle fish II 440-1

SD INDEX Hugo Cestrensis, & moving stone of Mona II 345

SD INDEX Huien-Tsang. See Hiuen-Tsang

SD INDEX Human(s). See also Humanity, Man, Mankinds, Races, Root-Races

brain needed for speech II 661
character & fallen angels II 274
development of, embryo II 187-8
differences in sevenfold, nature II 212-13
door into, kingdom closed I 173, 182; II 303
early, created, not begotten II 415
ego is higher manas II 79
enormous, bones II 337, 347
evolution traced in stars II 352
in first round I 173-4, 182, 188
god-informed, & lower II 421n
key one of seven II 291n
mind-soul & Karshipta II 292
monad or higher self II 103
monads & lower kingdoms, first round II 635
monads clothed by barhishads II 94-5
monads fr cosmic monads II 311
monads phase of immetalization II 150
monsters fr animals & II 689
no new, monads since mid-Atlantis I 173, 182; II 303
origin of first, stock II 86-7
pre-, periods II 315, 322
primitive, groups II 605-7
progress, ebb & flow of I 641
races, first & Manu II 307
rudimentary organs explained II 683
shape after the Fall II 227
simultaneous evolving, groups II 1-2, 29, 35, 77
soul is of earth, water II 43n
species can breed together II 195
stage, all must pass thru I 106; II 322
super-, intelligences II 194
type repertory of organic forms II 683-4
union of semi-, w, sterile II 195-6
var of, & previous world's karma II 249n
will never incarnate as animals I 185n

SD INDEX Human(s). See also Humanity, Man, Mankinds, Races, Root-Races

brain needed for speech II 661
character & fallen angels II 274
development of, embryo II 187-8
differences in sevenfold, nature II 212-13
door into, kingdom closed I 173, 182; II 303
early, created, not begotten II 415
ego is higher manas II 79
enormous, bones II 337, 347
evolution traced in stars II 352
in first round I 173-4, 182, 188
god-informed, & lower II 421n
key one of seven II 291n
mind-soul & Karshipta II 292
monad or higher self II 103
monads & lower kingdoms, first round II 635
monads clothed by barhishads II 94-5
monads fr cosmic monads II 311
monads phase of immetalization II 150
monsters fr animals & II 689
no new, monads since mid-Atlantis I 173, 182; II 303
origin of first, stock II 86-7
pre-, periods II 315, 322
primitive, groups II 605-7
progress, ebb & flow of I 641
races, first & Manu II 307
rudimentary organs explained II 683
shape after the Fall II 227
simultaneous evolving, groups II 1-2, 29, 35, 77
soul is of earth, water II 43n
species can breed together II 195
stage, all must pass thru I 106; II 322
super-, intelligences II 194
type repertory of organic forms II 683-4
union of semi-, w, sterile II 195-6
var of, & previous world's karma II 249n
will never incarnate as animals I 185n

TG Humanity. Occultly and Kabbalistically, the whole of mankind is symbolised, by Manu in India; by Vajrasattva or Dorjesempa, the head of the Seven Dhyani, in Northern Buddhism; and by Adam Kadmon in the Kabbala. All these represent the totality of mankind whose beginning is in this androgynic protoplast, and whose end is in the Absolute, beyond all these symbols and myths of human origin. Humanity is a great Brotherhood by virtue of the sameness of the material from which it is formed physically and morally. Unless, however, it becomes a Brotherhood also intellectually, it is no better than a superior genus of animals.

SD INDEX Humanity (ies). See also Human, Man, Mankinds, Races, Vaivasvata Manu

age of I 150n
appeared in numerous races II 718
asexual, bisexual, oviparous II 132
astral, condensed into physical I 188; II 151
astral light & karma of II 513
astral, on Earth globe II 112n
brown-white & yellow races form II 250
builders are progenitors of I 128
cradle of II 204
descended fr ape-man (Haeckel) II 317n
descended fr three couples (Bible) II 453
develops in fourth round I 159
dhyani-chohans & I 93, 193, 226, 229-30, 267, 458, 619; II 232-3n
differences in II 249
divided into two sexes II 147-9
each Manu creates his own II 311
elect of, will replace Watchers I 267
elements & development of II 135
fallen angels are II 274
fifth, & Mahabharata II 139
finite number of I 171
first, pale copy of progenitors II 95
Flammarion on, of other worlds II 707
four-armed, three-eyed II 294-5
guides of early I 208
higher beings watched over I 273
India cradle of II 203-4
innate powers of early II 319
lipikas concerned w I 126, 128-30
lowest specimens of II 168
manu of fourth round II 308
oneness of origin of II 249
other, in other worlds I 611
other, in solar system I 133; II 700-1, 708
physical, eighteen million years old II 149, 308n
planetary regents & monads of I 575
polar regions & earliest II 324, 400-1
primeval form of I 159
Prometheus incarnated in II 413-14
relics of former I 609
same monads reincarnate in each root-race II 146n
saviors of I 470; II 173, 179
seed, or sishtas I 182
seven cradles of II 220, 324
of seven, only three remain II 471n
spiritual, within physical I 106
stars &, bound together II 352, 431
taught arts & sciences II 267n
terrestrial Eve becomes I 60
third, fr androgyne to male & female II 24
Titans-Kabirim brought mind to II 363
wide variety of II 444
world-adepts in records of I xlv

OG Human Ego -- The human ego is seated in that part of the human constitution which theosophists call the intermediate duad, manas-kama. The part which is attracted below and is mortal is the lower human ego. The part which aspires upwards towards the buddhi and ultimately joins it is the higher human ego or reincarnating ego. The dregs of the human ego after the death of the human being and after the second death in the kama-loka, remain in the astral spheres as the disintegrating kama-rupa or spook.

SD INDEX Human Kingdom. See Humanity, Humans, Man, Mankinds, Races

OG Human Monad -- In theosophical terminology the human monad is that part of man's constitution which is the root of the human ego. After death it allies itself with the upper duad, atma-buddhi, and its inclusion within the bosom of the upper duad produces the source whence issues the Reincarnating Ego at its next rebirth. The monad per se is an upper duad alone, but the attributive adjective "human" is given to it on account of the reincarnating ego which it contains within itself after death. This last usage is rather popular and convenient than strictly accurate.

OG Human Soul -- The human soul, speaking generally, is the intermediate nature of man's constitution, and being an imperfect thing it is drawn back into incarnation on earth where it learns needed lessons in this sphere of the universal life.

Another term for the human soul is the ego -- a usage more popular than accurate, because the human ego is the soul of the human soul so to speak, the human soul being its vehicle. The ego is that which says in each one of us, "I am I, not you!" It is the child of the immanent Self; and through its imprisonment in matter as a ray of the overruling immanent Self, it learns to reflect its consciousness back upon itself, thus obtaining cognition of itself as self-conscious and hetero-conscious, i.e., knowing itself, and knowing "non-self" or other selves.

Just as our higher and highest nature work through this human soul or intermediate nature of us, so does this last in its turn work and function through bodies or vehicles or sheaths of more or less etherealized matters which surround and enclose it, which are of course still lower than itself, and which therefore give it the means of contacting our own lower and lowest planes of matter; and these lower planes provide us with the vital-astral-physical parts of us. This human soul or intermediate nature manifests therefore as best it can through and by the astral-physical vehicle, the latter our body of human flesh.

In the theosophical classification, the human soul is divided into the higher human soul, composed of the lower buddhi and the higher manas -- and the self corresponding to it is the bhutatman, meaning the "self of that which has been" or the reincarnating ego -- and the lower human soul, the lower manas and kama, and the self corresponding to it is pranatman or astral personal ego, which is mortal.

SD INDEX Human Soul. See also Soul

ancestry of II 81, 88, 113, 241-2
has beg, but no end (Christian) I 570
irrational animal soul & I 247
Leibniz on I 630 &n
lower fifth principle I 19
mind-principle I 101n, 153n, 291; II 513, 596

SD INDEX Human Species, The. See Quatrefages, de

SD INDEX Humboldt, F. H. A. von

Aztecs originally at 42nd parallel I 322
describes pyramid of Papantla I 322
Mexican version of flood, ark II 141
monad of, & hornblende atom I 178
never gave authoritative opinions II 753n
----- Kosmos II 674
on auroras (Trumboldt in tx) I 205
----- "Lettres . . ." in Revue Germanique
other solar systems like ours I 497n

SD INDEX Hume, David, denied phenomena II 156n

SD INDEX Humility (Samnati) II 528

PV Hunab ku The Supreme Being of the Maya, also called Hun Itzamna. Equated with the Quiche's Cabahuil, the god-Seven of the Popol Vuh.

PV Hunahpu [[Quiche]] "One Blowgunner." The Quiche name of the Maya savior deity that incarnates to enlighten mankind and show the way to divinity; born immaculately at dawn on the winter solstice. With Ixbalamque, the civilizing hero of Quiche-Maya culture; god-Five, the young Solar and Maize god, in Chorti imagery symbolized by a cross (four points plus the central point); son of the Supreme Being, and alter ego of Hunrakan. A hypostasis of the Agrarian deity (god-Seven); as the young Maize god, is born from the foot of Cabahuil in the bowels of the earth. A twin of Ixbalamque, grandchild of Ixpiyacoc and Ixmucane. God B of the Maya codices; god of Dawn; compared with Osiris; symbol of chronological unity; apotheosized with Ixbalamque at the end of the Third Age in the Popol Vuh; the Fourth Regent or Ahau; god of the Woods; one of his zoological nahuals is the fish.

PV Hun Batz [[Quiche]] "One Big Monkey." A son of one of the Seven Ahpu, he is a hero and great sage, singer, orator, engraver, sculptor, etc., of the Third Age of the Popol Vuh. A cousin or older brother of Hunahpu and Ixbalamque and Regent of the Third Age. Together with his brother, Hun Chouen, transformed into a monkey at the end of the Third Age. The monkeys of the forests are the only record of his existence.

PV Hun Chouen [[Quiche]] "One Monkey." Like his brother Hun Batz, a son of one of the Seven Ahpu and sage and hero of the Third Age, sharing its regency. Transformed into a monkey with Hun Batz at the end of their regency, or the Third Age.

TG Hun-desa (Sk.). The country around lake Mansaravara in Tibet.

SD INDEX Hunengraben, giant tombs in Germany II 752

SD INDEX Hungarian(s)

giant II 277
Olcott taught by, initiate I xix
seventh subrace, fourth root-race II 178

PV Hunrakan [[Quiche]] "He of the single foot." A variant of Cabahuil, having a precise functional meaning. A nahual of Hunahpu and Ixbalamque. Identified with the constellation Ursa Major.

SD INDEX Hunt, E. B., Silliman's Journal [American Journal of Science and Arts], upset theories of Cauchy, Fresnel I 486

SD INDEX Hunt, James

dates man nine million years old II 739
favored polygenesis II 169

SD INDEX Hunt, Robert

dated glacial epoch II 695
---- Researches on Light I 580
---- "The Source of Heat in the Sun"
curdy appearance of Sun I 530
man's vital force & Sun-force I 538n
solar magnetism, etc I 498
vital force resides in Sun I 530-1

SD INDEX Hunt, T. S., "Celestial Chemistry . . .," Newton, ether & void I 495

SD INDEX Hurricane(s)

force behind I 291
Moon, planets, cause II 699

SD INDEX Huschenk [Hoshang, Haoshyanha in Zend], Persian king II 396-9

SD INDEX Huxley, Thomas Henry I 528n, 625

age of solar system I 501
avoids man-ape theory (Dawson) II 729
beginning of organisms, sedimentation II 11, 72, 694
British Isles four times depressed II 787n
coal formation II 155
defense of Darwinism II 680
derides vitalists I 540
discovers moneron II 164n
does not believe in vital force I 634
favors monogenetic origin of man II 169
on Haeckel's origin of life II 190
man & apes II 87n
on Miocene man II 288
molecularist I 637n
Paleolithic man not pithecoid II 716n
replies to Gladstone II 252n
science as common sense I 477
theosophists do not respect opinions of II 651
----- ["First Volume . . . Challenger"]
Atlantic continent possible II 780-1, 784
----- Man's Place in Nature
antiquity of man II 686, 687 &n, 719
five races fr anthropoids II 315n
gap betw man & ape II 665n, 677n, 681 &n, 698 &n
gap betw man & troglodite II 668
homo sapiens, Pliocene, Miocene II 675
Neanderthal not missing link II 686 &n
no final answers II 152
"question of questions" II 656
"Time will show" II 718
----- ["On the Persistent Types . . ."]
certain forms persist II 256
----- ["On the Physical Basis . . ."]
matter not directly known I 669
----- ["Review of Kolliker's . . ."]
nature makes "jumps" II 696
----- "Yeast"
Stirling's reply to Huxley I 637n

SD INDEX Huygens, Christiaan, Theorie du Monde, inhabitants of other worlds II 33n

TG Hvanuatha (Mazda.). The name of the earth on which we live. One of the seven Karshvare (Earths), spoken of in Orma Ahr. (See Introduction to the Vendidad by Prof. Darmsteter.)

SD INDEX Hvaniratha, Qaniratha [Khvaniratha] (Pers)

globe D, Earth or II 607 &n
Jambu-dvipa in Sanskrit II 758

TG Hwergelmir (Scand.). A roaring cauldron wherein the souls of the evil doers perish.

MO Hvergalmer [[Norse]] (vayr-yell-mer) [hverr caldron] Source of the rivers of lives. It rises in Niflheim and waters one root of the Tree of Life

SD INDEX Hwergelmir [Hvergalmer] (Norse), roaring caldron I 407

TG Hwun (Chin.). Spirit. The same as Atman.

FY Hwun, spirit; the seventh principle in man (Chinese).

SD INDEX Hyades, deluge constellation II 785

SD INDEX Hybrid(s) II 714, 723

anthropoids are II 200
of Atlanteans & semi-humans II 195
Jews a, people after Moses I 313n
not always sterile II 287

SD INDEX Hyde, Thomas, Historia religionis . . . Persarum, Kabiri & Zoroastrians II 363n

SD INDEX Hydra (Gk), water-serpent II 205

Dendera lion stands on II 432-3
heart of constellation I 664-5

TG Hydranos (Gr.). Lit., the "Baptist". A name of the ancient Hierophant of the Mysteries who made the candidate pass through the "trial by water", wherein he was plunged thrice. This was his baptism by the Holy Spirit which moves on the waters of Space. Paul refers to St. John as Hydranos, the Baptist. The Christian Church took this rite from the ritualism of the Eleusinian and other Mysteries.

SD INDEX Hydrargyrum, Natura, Aqua & II 113

SD INDEX Hydrogen II 593

ceases to exist in water? I 54-5
constituent of protoplasm I 637n
corresponds to kama-rupa in man II 593
element lower than, (Crookes) I 583
found in stars, nebula I 143n, 595
on Jupiter II 137n
man's three highest principles & II 113
nearest to protyle (Crookes) I 626
noumenon(oi) of II 112-13, 592
oxygen, nitrogen & I 623
in pregenetic ages I 626
properties of II 105-6, 593
relation of, to air II 114-15n
spiritual fire in alchemy II 105
threefold nature of II 112-14

SD INDEX Hyg. Tal. See Hyginus, C. Julius

SD INDEX Hygeia (Gk) II 132

SD INDEX Hyginus, C. Julius, [Fabularum Liber]

Atlas assisted giants against gods II 493
Dawn & Twilight II 122
----- Poetical Astronomy
Apollo legend of killing Cyclopes II 770

TG Hyksos (Eg.). The mysterious nomads, the Shepherds, who invaded Egypt at a period unknown and far anteceding the days of Moses. They are called the "Shepherd Kings".

SD INDEX Hyksos (Shepherd Kings of Egypt), Jews descend fr, (Josephus) I 115n, 313

TG Hyle (Gr.). Primordial stuff or matter; esoterically the homogeneous sediment of Chaos or the Great Deep. The first principle out of which the objective Universe was formed.

SD INDEX Hyle (Gk, material). See also Father-Mother, Ilus

latent & active I 82
one of intellectual quaternary II 599
primordial flame proceeds fr I 88
Roger Bacon on, (Crookes) I 581-2

SD INDEX Hylo-idealism (ists) I 297, 479

annihilationists II 156n
copyists I 96n

SD INDEX Hylozoism (Cudworth's term)

God cannot set hand to Creation II 159
highest aspect of pantheism II 158

MO Hymer [[Norse]] (hee-mer) The first titan of a life cycle. See Rymer

SD INDEX Hymns to Minerva. See also Pindar

Minerva at Jupiter's right hand I 401

TG Hypatia (Gr.). The girl-philosopher, who lived at Alexandria during the fifth century, and taught many a famous man -- among others Bishop Synesius. She was the daughter of the mathematician Theon, and became famous for her learning. Falling a martyr to the fiendish conspiracy of Theophilos, Bishop of Alexandria, and his nephew Cyril, she was foully murdered by their order. With her death fell the Neo-Platonic School.

TG Hyperborean (Gr.). The regions around the North Pole in the Arctic Circle.

WGa Hyperborean, the regions round the North Pole comprised within the Arctic Circle. The land of the Second Race.

SD INDEX Hyperborean Arimaspian Cyclopes, last race w wisdom eye II 770

SD INDEX Hyperborean Atlantis II 770n

SD INDEX Hyperborean Continent. See also Polar, Root-Race -- Second

birthplace of first giants II 775
first continent to disappear II 606n
golden apples in, Atlantis II 770n
Greeks had, & S Apollo II 769
Greenland remnant II 11
home of second race II 7, 11-12
Lemurians gravitated towards II 274
North Pole or II 274
Pausanius, Herodotus on II 769n
Persian account of II 398-9
portions of Lemuria-Atlantis II 371n
tropical climate of II 7, 11-12

SD INDEX Hyperboreans

descend fr Atlantean subrace II 774
king of, high priest of Apollo II 771
servants of Apollo II 769n
sow, reap, harvest in one day II 773
Titans of, descended fr giants II 775

SD INDEX Hyperion (Gk), one of seven Arkite Titans II 143

TG Hypnotism (Gr.). A name given by Dr. Braid to various processes by which one person of strong will-power plunges another of weaker mind into a kind of trance; once in such a state the latter will do anything suggested to him by the hypnotiser. Unless produced for beneficial purposes, Occultists would call it black magic or Sorcery. It is the most dangerous of practices, morally and physically, as it interferes with the nerve fluid and the nerves controlling the circulation in the capillary blood-vessels.

KT Hypnotism (Gr.) A name given by Dr. Braid to the process by which one man of strong will-power plunges another of weaker mind into a kind of trance; once in such a state the latter will do anything suggested to him by the hypnotiser. Unless produced for beneficial purposes, the Occultists would call it black magic or sorcery. It is the most dangerous of practices, morally and physically, as it interferes with the nerve fluids.

OG Hypnotism -- Derived from a Greek word hypnos, which means "sleep," and strictly speaking the word hypnotism should be used only for those psychological-physiological phenomena in which the subject manifesting them is in a condition closely resembling sleep. The trouble is that in any attempt to study these various psychological powers of the human constitution it is found that they are many and of divers kinds; but the public, and even the technical experimenters, usually group all these psychological phenomena under the one word hypnotism, and therefore it is a misnomer. One of such powers, for instance, which is well known, is called fascination. Another shows a more or less complete suspension of the individual will and of the individual activities of him who is the sufferer from such psychological power, although in other respects he may show no signs of physical sleep. Another again -- and this perhaps is the most important of all so far as actual dangers lie -- passes under the name of suggestion, an exceedingly good name, because it describes the field of action of perhaps the most subtle and dangerous side-branch of the exercise of the general power or force emanating from the mind of the operator.

The whole foundation upon which this power rests lies in the human psychological constitution; and it can be easily and neatly expressed in a few words. It is the power emanating from one mind, which can affect another mind and direct or misdirect the latter's course of action. This is in nine hundred and ninety-nine times out of a thousand a wrong thing to do; and this fact would readily be understood by everybody did men know, as they should, the difference between the higher and the lower nature of man, the difference between his incorruptible, death-defying individuality, his spiritual nature, on the one hand; and, on the other hand, the brain-mind and all its train of weak and fugitive thoughts.

Anyone who has seen men and women in the state of hypnosis must realize not only how dangerous, how baleful and wrong it is, but also that it exemplifies the trance state perfectly. The reason is that the intermediate nature, or the psychomental apparatus, of the human being in this state has been displaced from its seat, in other words, is disjoined or dislocated; and there remains but the vitalized human body, with its more or less imperfect functioning of the brain cells and nervous apparatus. H. P. Blavatsky in her Theosophical Glossary writes: "It is the most dangerous of practices, morally and physically, as it interferes with the nerve-fluid and the nerves controlling the circulation in the capillary blood-vessels." (See also Mesmerism)

SD INDEX Hypnotism. See also Mesmer

Kandu in state of II 175
magnetism, mesmerism & I 297; II 156
of serpents I 409
will become satanism II 641

TG Hypocephalus (Gr.). A kind of a pillow for the head of the mummy. They are of various kinds, e.g., of stone, wood, etc., and very often of circular disks of linen covered with cement, and inscribed with magic figures and letters. They are called "rest for the dead" in the Ritual, and every mummy-coffin has one.

SD INDEX Hypostasis (es). See also Logos, Trinity

divine, & church I 434
first triadic I 428-9
of human fifth principle II 275
man's, by divine beings II 275
never personal I 574n
three of I 18-19
triple, (Hindu) I 286, 571

SD INDEX "Hypoth, 1675." See Newton, Sir I.

SD INDEX Hypotheses cosmogoniques, Les. See Wolf, C. J. E.