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Contains hundreds of articles
(including many rare & hard-to-find items) on the life, writings
& teachings of Madame H.P. Blavatsky, the founder of modern Theosophy.

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AnonymousAbout Spiritualism.  [An Interview with Madame Blavatsky]  [Reprinted from The Daily Graphic (New York) November 13, 1874, p. 90.]

• Anonymous.  Citizen Helen P. Blavatsky:  That Newly Naturalized Personage Explains Some Interesting Matters1878. The Daily Graphic (New York), July 9, 1878.

• Anonymous.  The Theosophical Society: The Lamasery at New York.  Interviews with Madame Blavatsky. The Wonderful Author of the Book of Wonders, "Isis Unveiled" etc.  1878. Hartford Daily Times (Connecticut), December 2, 1878, p. 1.

• Anonymous.  H.P. Blavatsky's Adieux:  The Ci-Devant Countess Ready to Depart for the East 1878. The Daily Graphic (New York),  December 10, 1878.

• Anonymous.  A Hegira of Theosophists:  Priestess Blavatsky and Hierophant Olcott Fly Hastily to Bombay1878.  The New York World, December 19, 1878.

• Anonymous.   Silence in the Lamasery:  Madame Blavatsky and the Hierophant Off for India.  Reprinted from The Sun (New York), December 19, 1878, p. 1.

• Anonymous.  Theosophic Thaumaturgy---A Startling Story1879.  First published in The Bombay Gazette, March 31st, 1879, p.3.

• Anonymous.  ["Tempest in a Teapot"]   Reprinted from The Bombay Gazette, September 13, 1880, p. 3.   For background on the subject matter of this anonymous article, see Henry S. Olcott's, Old Diary Leaves, Volume II, Chapter XIII, "A Little Domestic Explosion," pp. 206-213.  See also Edward Wimbridge's reply to this article.

• Anonymous. [Madame Blavatsky on Swami Dayanand]  Reprinted from The Bombay Gazette, March 31, 1882, p. 3.

• Anonymous.   A Miracle Worker of To-Day.   Reprinted from the Pall Mall Gazette (London), April  21, 1884, p. 6.

• Anonymous.  More About the Theosophists:  An Interview with Mdme. Blavatsky
Reprinted from The Pall Mall Gazette (London), April 26, 1884, pp. 3-4.

• Anonymous.   Madame Coulomb at the College Hall.   Reprinted from The Madras Mail, October 20, 1884, p. 5.

• Anonymous.  Arrival of TheosophistsReprinted from The Madras Mail, December 23, 1884, p. 5

• Anonymous.  Mme. Blavatsky's Power:  Events in the Career of a Remarkable WomanReprinted from The New York Times, January 2, 1885, p. 3.

• Anonymous.  Koot Hoomi in 1870Reprinted from Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges against Madame Blavatsky, etc., Madras, India, Theosophical Society, 1885, pp. 93-96.

• Anonymous.  Report of the Committee Appointed by the Annual Convention of The Theosophical Society to Advise Madame Blavatsky as to the Best Course to be Taken by Her with Reference to Certain Letters Published in the September [1884] and Following Numbers of the Christian College Magazine. 1884. First published in Official Report of the Ninth Session of the General Convention and Celebration of the Ninth Anniversary at Madras, December 27th-31st, 1884.  Madras, India:  The Theosophical Society at Adyar, 1885, pp. 99-106.

• Anonymous.   Mme. Blavatsky Resigns.  1885.   Reprinted from The New York Times, May 7, 1885, p. 5.   Includes an important letter written by Col. Henry S. Olcott.

• Anonymous.   Theosophy in New York:   Facts about Mme. Blavatsky, Her Powers and Her Religion.  1886.   The World (New York), Vol. XXVII, September 12, 1886, p. 13.

• Anonymous.  To All Fellow-Workers in the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society. Reprinted from a rare 4-page leaflet issued sometime in early 1887.

• Anonymous.  The President's European Visit. Gives a Report on Madame Blavatsky, her work and health.  Reprinted from Supplement to the Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), October 1888, pp. xvii-xix.

• Anonymous.  A Visit to Madame Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Commercial Gazette (Cincinnati, Ohio) October 13, 1889, p. 3.

• Anonymous.  Mme. Blavatsky Dead:  End of the Life of the Investigator of TheosophyReprinted from The New York Times, May 9, 1891, p. 1.

• Anonymous.  Madame Blavatsky DeadReprinted from the New-York Daily Tribune, Saturday, May 9, 1891, p. 7.

• Anonymous.  Madame BlavatskyReprinted from the New-York Daily Tribune, Sunday, May 10, 1891, p. 6.

• Anonymous.    Madame Blavatsky by P* * * * * *  Reprinted from The Woman's Herald (London), May 16, 1891, pp. 465-466.

• Anonymous.   Blavatsky's Life:  A Brief Account of Her Career in This Country1891.  Reprinted from The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 16, 1891, p. 12.

• Anonymous.   Mme. Blavatsky's Disciples.   First published in the Boston Evening Herald, April 27, 1895.

• Anonymous.  With H.P.B. in the Seventies by A.L.P.  First published in Theosophy (New York) August 1896, pp. 150-153.

• Anonymous.  A Letter From China:  [Concerning Madame Blavatsky and the Great Lama Kut Te Hum].  Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) August 1900, pp. 700-701.

• Anonymous.  The 'Complex Character' of Madame Blavatsky by M.T. Reprinted from Light (London), March 2, 1901, p. 103. Includes an important statement by C.W. Leadbeater.

• Anonymous.   Helena Paulovna Blavatsky.   Reprinted from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1902 edition.

• Anonymous.  "Theosophical Society" and "Theosophy"Reprinted from The New International Encyclopaedia, Volume 19 (1906).

• Anonymous.   Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.   Reprinted from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1910 edition.

• Anonymous.   "Theosophy"Reprinted from  The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14 (1912).

• Anonymous.   "Theosophy".    Reprinted from The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (1914).

• Anonymous.  Helena Petrovna Hahn Blavatsky1916.  Reprinted from The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Volume XV, New York, James T. White & Company, 1916, pp. 336-337.

• Anonymous.  The Theosophical Movement.  A series of 34 articles giving the early history of the Theosophical Society including the various controversies and splits in the organization after Madame Blavatsky's death.  Text was written by John Garrigues and several other members of the United Lodge of Theosophists.  Portions of the text are highly controversial within certain groups of the Theosophical Movement.  Reprinted from Theosophy (Los Angeles), January 1920 through October 1922 issues.     These articles were updated and expanded into the 1925 book titled The Theosophical Movement, 1875-1925:  A History and a Survey, New York, E.P. Dutton.  This web edition is published by Wisdom World.

• Anonymous.  Major Cross on Madam Blavatsky's Tibetan Travels1927. Reprinted from The Canadian Theosophist (Toronto), June 15, 1927, p. 71.

• Arundale, Francesca.  A Record of Some PhenomenaTranscribed from the original in the Archives of the Society for Psychical Research. A portion of this narrative was quoted in Proceedings of the S.P.R. (London), Volume III, 1885, pp. 387-388.  This online edition is reprinted by permission of the Society for Psychical Research, London.


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• Barker, A. Trevor. H. P. B.  Published in The Hill of Discernment by A. Trevor Barker

• Barker, A. Trevor. The Writing of the Mahatma Letters.

Besant, Annie.   Among the Adepts:   Madame Blavatsky on The "Secret Doctrine". 1889. First published in The Pall Mall Gazette (London), April 25, 1889, p. 3

• Besant, Annie.  Mrs. Besant and Madame Blavatsky:  Mrs. Besant's ReplyThis Letter to the Editor was in reply to an article by the Rev. Henry S. Lunn.  Reprinted from The Methodist Times (London), September 5, 1889, p.  874.

• Besant, Annie.  Mrs. Besant and Madame BlavatskyIn this letter Annie Besant took issue with some of the statements in a letter written by George Patterson.  Reprinted from The Methodist Times (London), November 28, 1889, pp. 1164.

• Besant, Annie.  The Great Mare's Nest of the Psychical Research SocietyReprinted from Time (London), March 1891, pp. 193-204.

• Besant, Annie.  Eastern School of Theosophy. Annie Besant replies to Mr. Judge's 1894 circular concerning her position in the E.S.T.

• Besant, Annie.  In the Twilight. Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), May 1910, pp. 1098-1100.

• Bharati, Agehananda.   Fictitious Tibet: The Origin and Persistence of Rampaism. See reply by Walter A. Carrithers, Jr., "Magic Black Versus Magic White."

Blavatsky, H.P.  H.P. Blavatsky's Declaration Before the Court of Common Pleas, City and County of New York, on September 22, 1874, of her Intention to Become a Citizen of the United States. Published by Theosophical History.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  About Spiritualism:   [Madame Blavatsky's "Letter to the Editor"]  Reprinted from The Daily Graphic (New York) November 13, 1874, pp. 90-91.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  "Letters from H. P. Blavatsky to Alexander Wilder, M. D."

• Blavatsky, H.P.  H.P. Blavatsky's Petition for Naturalization Before the Court of Common Pleas, City and County of New York, July 8, 1878, together with the Supporting Affidavit of Lydia M. Marquette (one of the few who could swear they had known H.P.B. for more than five years), and the Order of the Court Naturalizing H.P.B.  Published by Theosophical History.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  H.P.B. and Theosophy in France:  Letters to Monsieur C. BiliereOriginally published in The Theosophical Forum, August 1950, pp. 479-491.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Leaves of Theosophical History:  Letter from H. P. B. to Mrs. Hollis Billings. 1881.   Reprinted from The Theosophical Forum (Point Loma, California), May 1936, pp. 343-346.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Extract of a Letter from Mme. Blavatsky. [Dated December 1881]  Reprinted from Hints on Esoteric Theosophy, No. 1, by A.O. Hume, Calcutta, Second edition, 1882, pp. 86-92.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Letter from H.P. Blavatsky to Henry S. OlcottReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), July 1908, p. 947.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  H.P. Blavatsky's Annotations in Madame Coulomb's Pamphlet in the Archives of the Society for Psychical Research London  Transcribed by Michael Gomes.  Published by Theosophical History.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Letters of H.P.B. to Dr. Hartmann, 1885-1886.  Reprinted from The Path (New York), January, February, and March 1896.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Communication with Masters. 1885/1886.   Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), February 1908, pp. 393-394.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Two Letters from H.P. Blavatsky to Dr. Wilhelm Hübbe-Schleiden1886.  These letters (written in early January, 1886) have never before been published.  They deal with HPB's receipt of the "Hodgson Report" and her answers to some of Hodgson's charges.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Madame Blavatsky on Gerald Massey's "Lectures" and "Natural Genesis."   1887.   Reprinted from The Agnostic Journal (London), October 3, 1891, p. 214. This Blavatsky letter has never been reprinted since its original publication in 1891.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  H. P. B. and Theosophy in France:  Letters to Mme. Camille LemaitreReprinted from The Theosophical Forum, July 1950, pp. 392-410.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Pledge Folder issued in 1888 by H.P. Blavatsky to all applicants seeking admission to the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society.  Photographic reproduction of this never before published document.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Extract from H.P.B.'s E.S.T.S. Instruction No. I  1889.  Includes a missing portion deleted in later editions of this Instruction.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  E.S.T.S. Instructions No. I.   1889.  Photographic Facsimile of the complete 1890 Edition printed privately on The Aryan Press, New York

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Memorandum at End of HPB's Esoteric Instruction No. II1889.  This "Memorandum" by H.P.B. is to be found at the end of Esoteric Instruction No. II (in both the first [mimeograph] edition of 1889 and the second [printed] edition issued by the Aryan Press of New York in 1890.  This "Memorandum" is missing from later editions of the Instructions, including the version published in Volume XII of H.P.B.'s Collected Writings.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   The Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society1889.  This short letter dated May 14, 1889 has never been republished or reprinted since it was first issued privately.

• Blavatsky, H.P. The Esoteric Section T.S.: Reorganization of the Section in America.  1889.  Photographic reproduction of this never before published document from the summer of 1889.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Letter of H.P. Blavatsky to Dr. Elliott Coues. 1889Reprinted from The Theosophical Forum (Point Loma, California), October 15, 1933, pp. 47-48.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   To The Members of the E.S. of the T.S1889.  This short letter dated November 1, 1889 and addressed to H.P.B.'s Esoteric students has never been republished or reprinted since it was first issued privately.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Examination Paper No. 1, London, June 12, 1890, by order of H.P.B. [Esoteric Section document.] This document addressed to H.P.B.'s Esoteric students has never been republished or reprinted since it was first issued privately.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Criticisms and Remarks by the Head of the Section concerning Answers to Examination Paper No. I.   London, August 27, 1890. [Esoteric Section document.]

• Blavatsky, H.P.   "Personal Immortality".   1890.  Reprinted from The Agnostic Journal (London), October 4, 1890, pp. 214-215. H.P.B.'s article is in reply to an article titled "Personal Immortality" by Lord Queensberry.  This article is not included in HPB's Collected Writings and apparently has never been reprinted in the last 110 years.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  H.P. Blavatsky's E.S. Notice dated Jan. 1, 1891.   1891.    Photographic reproduction of this never before published document.

• Blavatsky, H.P.   Is "Theosophy At Bay"?  Reprinted from The Agnostic Journal (London), February 14, 1891, pp. 101-102. This article is not included in HPB's Collected Writings and apparently has never been reprinted in the last 109 years.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Reprint of Instructions I, II and IIIAn 8-page document outlining  the new edition of HPB's Instructions plus other E.S. business.   Reprinted from the April 1891 original.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to Her Family in Russia.  Translated by Vera Johnston.  1894-1895.  More than 60 pages of text with scores of HPB's letters written to her relatives.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to W.Q. Judge and Other Miscellaneous Letters The originals of these Blavatsky letters are preserved in the Andover-Harvard Theological Library of Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Why I Do Not Return to India.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Our Three Objects.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Occult Phenomena.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  My Books.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  Mr. A. Lillie's Delusions.

• Blavatsky, H.P.  The Eddy Manifestations.

• Blavatsky, H.P. She Being Dead Yet Speaketh.

• Bowen, Robert.  The "Secret Doctrine" and Its Study

• Britten, Emma H.  The "Higher Ego" TheoryReprinted from Light (London) December 9, 1893, pp. 587-588.  Toward the end of this article, Mrs. Britten made several comments about Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society.

Brown, William T.  The Theosophical MahatmasReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois), August 28, 1886, p. 3.

• Brown, William T. The Theosophical MahatmasReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago), October 16, 1886, p. 2.

• Brown, William T. Occultism in IndiaReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago) January 29, 1887, p. 2.

• Brown, William T.  Blavatsky and Her Followers. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago), July 23, 1887, pp. 7-8.

• Brown, William T.  Theosophy and TheosophistsReprinted from The Lyceum (Dublin, Ireland), November 1889, pp. 54-57.

• Brown, William T.  William T. Brown's Last Known Statement concerning H.P. Blavatsky and the Mahatmas. Reprinted from The Madras Christian College Magazine (Madras, India), January 1890, pp. 545-547.

• Buchanan, Joseph Rhodes. Helena P. BlavatskyReprinted from The Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated (New York) March 1878, pp. 134-137.

• Buck, Edward J.  Madame Blavatsky in SimlaExcerpted from Simla, Past and Present by Edward John Buck.  Calcutta:  Thacker, Spink, 1904, pp. 116-122.

• Buck, J.D.  Letter from Dr. J.D. Buck:  Pellets from the Pulte Professor, some of Sugar and others of Nitro-Glycerine, for the Journal, Coleman, and Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) May 19, 1888, p. 3.

• Buck, J.D.  Portrait of the Master Morya1913.  A brief description by Buck about this portrait and an accompanying photographic reproduction.

• Burgess, Yvonne.  Robert Bowen Mystery - "The Secret Doctrine and Its Study" Pamphlet by Robert Bowen.  2009.

• Burns, James.  Madame Blavatsky as a SpiritualistReprinted from The Medium and Daybreak (London), March 15, 1889, p. 165.


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Caldwell, Daniel H.   About The Blavatsky Archives.

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  "Bear Witness!": Who Was the Real H.P.B.?

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.)   Casebook of Encounters with the Theosophical Mahatmas. "A compilation of printed and online sources describing encounters with the Theosophical Mahatmas during the 1880s and 1890s."

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  (ed.)  Charles Webster Leadbeater:   His Life, Writings and Teachings

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Closer Look at Some of K. Paul Johnson's Arguments Concerning H.S. Olcott's Testimony about the Masters

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.) Colonel Henry S. Olcott's Testimony about His Meetings with the Master Morya

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.)  The Esoteric Papers of Madame Blavatsky This book provides photographic facsimiles of many of the original esoteric papers issued by Madame Blavatsky. Some of the documents reproduced in this volume have never been reprinted since first issued.  In fact, this volume is the most comprehensive collection of H.P.B.'s esoteric papers now available.  Online book

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.)  Esoteric World of Madame Blavatsky.  [complete book] Here for the first time is the story of H. P. Blavatsky's life in the words of those who knew her.  These personal reminiscences of Madame Blavatsky by more than seventy of her contemporaries give a vivid portrayal of one of the most extraordinary and controversial figures of modern times. Online book

• Caldwell, Daniel H. Extract from H.P.B.'s E.S.T.S. Instruction No. I

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.)  Henry S. Olcott's Testimony:   Nine Accounts of Meeting Masters and Adepts

• Caldwell, Daniel H. How the Mind Seeks Truth:  The 4-Step Process of Discovery

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Hugh Shearman quotes A.P. Sinnett on The Mahatma Letters

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  "I view M. as a composite character...."

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  K. Paul Johnson's House of Cards?:  A Critical Examination of Johnson's Thesis on the Theosophical Masters Morya and Koot Hoomi.

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Missing Material by H.P. Blavatsky Discovered

• Caldwell, Daniel H. (ed.)  Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas: Published and Unpublished Mahatma Letters to and about Mrs. Laura C. Holloway. Collected and arranged by Daniel H. Caldwell.

• Caldwell, Daniel H. The Myth of the "Missing" Third Volume of The Secret Doctrine.

• Caldwell, Daniel H. Parapsychology, Anomalies, Science, Skepticism, and CSICOP:  A Collection of Weblinks presenting Arguments for and against the Paranormal with a Critical Look at Pseudo-Skepticism and CSICOP.

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Paranormal Features of   Some of the Appearances of the Mahatmas

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Possibility versus Probability

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Postings by Daniel H. Caldwell/Blavatsky Archives on the Theos-Talk Mailing List

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  The Publication of HPB's Esoteric Papers

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Reprint of A Modern Panarion by the Theosophy Company

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Some Observations on the Claims Made by Boris de Zirkoff and Others

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Some Questions Concerning Reincarnation and the Fate of Victims of Accidents & Violence

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  The Theosophy Company's Edition of HPB's "The Voice of the Silence"

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  The United Lodge of Theosophists and The Mahatma Letters

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  Where was the "Ravine in Tibet"?

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  (ed.) William Q. Judge and Katherine A. Tingley: An Analysis of the Controversy by H.N. Stokes

• Caldwell, Daniel H.  and Green, David.  Did Robert Crosbie Break the Seventh Clause of His Solemn Pledge as a Member of the Esoteric School?

• Carrithers, Jr., Walter A.  The "Hodgson Report" on Madame BlavatskyIn 1963 Walter A. Carrithers, Jr. (under his pseudonym Adlai E. Waterman) published Obituary:  The "Hodgson Report" on Madame Blavatsky (Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar, Madras, India).  Some five years later his book was reviewed by Robert H. Thouless in the pages of the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), September 1968, pp. 341-349. The next year Mr. Carrithers replied to Dr. Thouless' review. An abridged version of his reply was published in the "Correspondence" section of the December 1969 issue (pp. 188-197) of the J.S.P.R. under the title "The 'Hodgson Report' on Madame Blavatsky."  The unabridged version of Mr.Carrither's rebuttal letter is now published for interested readers.  2000 web edition published by the Blavatsky Foundation. 

• Carrithers, Jr., Walter A.  The Founding of the Theosophical Society.
First published as the "Epilogue" to the 1975 abridged reprint of H.S. Olcott's 1875 Inaugural Address.   This article was originally published under Mr. Carrither's pseudonym Adlai E. Waterman.  2000 web edition published by the Blavatsky Foundation.

• Carrithers, Jr., Walter A.  "Magic Black Versus Magic White." Reply to Agehananda Bharati's article titled Fictitious Tibet: The Origin and Persistence of Rampaism.

• Carrithers, Jr., Walter A.  See other articles and writings by Mr. Carrithers at The Writings of Walter A. Carrithers, Jr.

• Carson, Reed.  Refutation of Charges against Madame Blavatsky

• Chatterji, Mohini M.  Letter of M.M. Chatterji to A.O. Hume.

• Chatterji, Mohini M.  Mohini Chatterji's Deposition to the Society for Psychical Research, 1884. Reprinted from the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society, Appendix II, pp. 62-74, London, 1884.

• Chatterji, Mohini M.  The Theosophical Mahatmas1884The Pall Mall Gazette (London), October 2, 1884, p. 2.

Chetty, G. Soobiah.  A Reminiscence of H.P.BReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), May 1924, pp. 244-245.

• Chetty, G. Soobiah.  The Purchase of Adyar Headquarters:  A Reminiscence of H.P.B.  First published in The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) March 1926, pp. 741-747.

• Chetty, G. Soobiah.  Old Diary LeavesReprinted from Adyar Notes and News, August 9, 1928, pp. 5-6.

• Chetty, G. Soobiah.   In the Days of H.P.B.: Master M.'s Visit to Madras in 1874First published in Adyar Notes and News, October 25, 1928, p. 2.

• Chetty, G. Soobiah.  Reminiscences of H.P. BlavatskyReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), October 1931, pp. 47-49.

• Chetty, G. Soobiah.  Some Personal Memories of H.P.BOriginally published in an article titled "H.P.B.'s Birthday," The Theosophical World (Adyar, Madras, India), August 1937, pp. 173-174.

• Cleather, Alice Leighton.   H.P. Blavatsky As I Knew Her. With An Addendum by Basil Crump.  Calcutta and Simla: Thacker, Spink and Co, 1923.  xii + 76 pp. [Complete book]

Coleman, William Emmette.   Theosophy and Spiritualism. 1881.   Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois), August 6, 1881, p. 2.

• Coleman, William Emmette.   The Alleged Use of Intoxicating Liquors by Madame Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) April 7, 1888, p. 6.

• Coleman, William Emmette.  Mad. Blavatsky and Theosophy: A Reply to My Critics, Part One. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) September 8, 1888, p. 2.

• Coleman, William Emmette.  Madame Blavatsky and Theosophy:  A Reply to My Critics, Part TwoReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) September 22, 1888, p. 2.

• Coleman, William Emmette.   "Henry Kiddle and the Mahatma; or, H. K. versus K.H.:  An Important Chapter in the History of the Psychical Phenomena of the Nineteenth Century." An extremely rare, lengthy article on Madame Blavatsky and the "Kiddle Incident."  Reprinted from The Carrier Dove, a San Francisco spiritualistic magazine, in 1890 and 1891.

• Coleman, William Emmette.   The Frauds of Madame Blavatsky.   1891.  Reprinted from The Summerland (Summerland, California), April 18, 1891, p. 2.

• Coleman, William Emmette.  Blavatsky Unveiled1892.  This rare pamphlet of 15 pages was published in Bombay, India in 1892.

• Coleman, William Emmette.  Critical Historical Review of The Theosophical Society [An Expose of Madame Blavatsky].  1893.  Originally published in The Religio-Philosophical Journal, Chicago, Illinois, September 16, 1893, pp. 264-266.

• Coleman, William Emmette.  The Sources of Madame Blavatsky's WritingsFirst published in A Modern Priestess of Isis by Vsevolod Sergyeevich Solovyoff, London, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1895, Appendix C, pp. 353-366.

• Conway, Moncure D.  The Theosophists [Mme. Blavatsky and Colonel Olcott Among the Brahmins]. 1884.  First published in The Glasgow Herald, April 11, 1884; reprinted in The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois), May 10, 1884, p. 1.

• Conway, Moncure D.  Adyar, Mme. Blavatsky and Her ConfessionReprinted from Moncure Daniel Conway's book My Pilgrimage to the Wise Men of the East, 1906, Chapter X, pp. 195-214.

• Cooper, Laura M.  How She Left Us.  Originally published in Lucifer (London) June 15, 1891, pp. 267-271.   Reprinted in H.P.B.:  In Memory of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by Some of Her Pupils, London, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1891, pp. 3-7.

• Coopooswamy Iyer, V.  PhenomenalReprinted from the Supplement to The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), February 1884, p. 30.

• Corson, Eugene Rollin.  E.R. Corson on Madame Blavatsky. He writes about H.P.B.'s Good FaithThe Visit to IthacaH.P.B. and SpiritualismThe Enemies of H.P.B.Marks of Genius.  These five chapters published in Some Unpublished Letters of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.

• Coues, Elliott.  Letter of Elliott Coues to H.P. BlavatskyPublished in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Coues, Elliott.  Blavatsky Unveiled!   Reprinted from The Sun (New York), Sunday, July 20, 1890, p. 17.

• Coulomb, Emma.  Letter from Emma Coulomb to H.P. BlavatskyReprinted from Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges against Madame Blavatsky, etc., Madras, India, Theosophical Society, 1885, pp. 131-132.

• Coulomb, Emma.    Theosophy:   Madame Coulomb v. Madame Blavatsky.   Reprinted from The Madras Mail, April 22, 1885, p. 5.

• Curtis, David A.  Ghost Stories Galore: A Night of Many Wonders at second hand in "the Eighth Avenue Lamasery"First published in The World (New York), April 21, 1878, p. 9. Reprinted in The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) April 1884, pp. 167-168.


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• Dayananda Sarasvati, Swami.  Humbuggery of the TheosophistsReprint of 1882 Tract based on a Lecture given by Swami Dayananda Sarasvati.

• Densmore, Helen.  A Defense of Madame Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) March 10, 1888, p. 6.

• Densmore, Helen.  Madame Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) May 5, 1888, p. 6.

• Doubleday, Abner. General Doubleday in Defense of Madame Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) April 28, 1888, p. 6.

• Dunlop, Daniel Nichol.  Interview with Mr. W.B. YeatsFirst published in The Irish Theosophist (Dublin, Ireland) November 15, 1893, pp. 147-149.


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• Eglinton, William.  Letter of William Eglinton to A.P. SinnettPublished in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Eglinton, William.  Spiritualism and Theosophy.   Reprinted from Light (London), June 24, 1882, pp. 301-302.

• Eglinton, William.  Mr. Eglinton and "Koot Hoomi"Reprinted from Light (London), January 30, 1886, pp. 50-51.


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• Fadeeff, Nadejda.  Letter from Nadejda Fadeeff to Colonel Henry Olcott.  Reprinted from Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges against Madame Blavatsky Brought by the Missionaries of the Scottish Free Church of Madras, and Examined by a Committee Appointed for That Purpose by the General Council of the Theosophical Society, Madras, India, Theosophical Society, 1885, pp. 94-95.

• Farquhar, John Nicol.  ["Theosophy, Madame Blavatsky and Mrs. Besant"] Extracted from: J. N. Farquhar's Modern Religious Movements in India.   New York:  The Macmillan Company, 1915.

• Finch, Laura I.  H.P. Blavatsky and Phenomena:   To the Editor of the OCCULT REVIEWReprinted from The Occult Review, June 1927, pp. 404-405.  Includes a statement concerning the Mahatmas by Bhawani Shankar.

• Fodor, Nandor.  Mme. Helene Petrova Blavatsky (1831-91)1934. Encyclopaedia of Psychic Science, 1934, pp. 31-32.

• Foote, George W.  The New Cagliostro:  An Open Letter to Madame BlavatskyA 16-page pamphlet published in 1889.


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• Ghosh, Parvati Charan.  PhenomenalReprinted from Supplement to The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), April 1884, p. 66

• Gilbert, R.A.   The Armchair Traveller:  HPB in Tibet.

• Gomes, Michael.  H.P. Blavatsky's Annotations in Madame Coulomb's Pamphlet in the Archives of the Society for Psychical Research LondonPublished by Theosophical History.

Gordon, Alice.  Instantaneous Transmission of Another LetterReprinted from Psychic Notes (Calcutta) March 30, 1882, pp. 60-61.

• Gordon, Alice. Instantaneous Transmission of Letters.   Reprinted from Psychic Notes (Calcutta), April 13, 1882, pp. 66-67.

• Gordon, Alice.   Some Experiences of the Occult.   1890. Reprinted from Light (London), November 29, 1890, pp. 575-577.

• Goyios, Antonios.  The Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Secret DoctrinePublished 7/09.

• Goyios, Antonios.  Some Notes on "Psychometrical Experiments":  Comparing the Content of Letter #1 of H.P. Blavatsky to Dr. Franz Hartmann,  E. Schlagintweit's "Buddhism in Tibet",  and F. Hartmann's "Psychometrical Experiments". Published 10/09.

• Goyios, Antonios.  S.A. Mackey and the Dendera Zodiacs.  Published 10/09.

• Goyios, Antonios.  Tracing the Source of Tibetan Phrases Found in Mahatma Letters #54 and #92.  Published 4/09.


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• Hamon, Louis [Cheiro].  Some Modern Occultists:  Madame Blavatsky, Founder of the Theosophical SocietyFirst published in Mysteries and Romances of the World's Greatest Occultists by Cheiro, London, Herbert Jenkins, 1935, Chapter XIV, pp. 170-180.

• Harrison, W.H.   Theosophy:  The Himalayan BrothersReprinted from The Medium and Daybreak, (London), October 5, 1883, p. 628-629.

Hartmann, Franz.  My ExperiencesReprinted from Supplement to The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), March 1884, pp. 52-53.

• Hartmann, Franz.  Occult PhenomenaReprinted from Supplement to The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), July 1884, pp. 99-100.

• Hartmann, Franz. Statement of Franz Hartmann to the S.P.R. Committee. Reprinted from the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society, Appendix XXXVII, pp. 122-123, London, 1884.

• Hartmann, Franz.  Statement of a VisitorReprinted from Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges against Madame Blavatsky, etc., Madras, India, Theosophical Society, 1885, pp. 139-144.

• Hartmann, Franz.  Account by Dr. Franz Hartmann on the Ultimate Fate of the Shrine. [First published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India, and Discussion of the Authorship of the 'Koot Hoomi' Letters," Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, pp. 225-226. ]

• Hartmann, Franz.  Psychometrical Experiments. Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), March 1887, pp. 354-358.

• Hartmann, Franz.  Memorable Recollections From the Life of the Author of the "Lotusblüten."   [Denkwürdige Erinnerungen aus dem Leben des Verfassers der "Lotusblüten."] Installment 1. Translation from the German by Robert Hütwohl.

• Hartmann, Franz.  Memorable Recollections from the Life of the Author of the "Lotusblüten."  [Denkwürdige Erinnerungen aus dem Leben des Verfassers der "Lotusblüten."] Installment 2.  Translation from the German by Robert Hütwohl.

• Hastings, Beatrice.  New Universe "Try", A Review devoted to the defence of Madame Blavatsky, edited by Beatrice Hastings:                                    Vol. 1. No.1 July 1937,    No. 2 December 1937,   No. 3 February 1938

• Henderson, P.D.  The Theosophist Society:   To The Editor, The "Bombay Gazette."  Reprinted from The Bombay Gazette, November 1, 1880, p.3. This is a reply to Colonel Olcott's letter to the Editor of Oct. 13, 1880.

• Hern, Anthony.   Records of the British Government's Surveillance of  Theosophical Society Personalities and Others in the Oriental and India Office Collections of The British Library (OIOC):  An Introduction.  

• Hillard, Katherine.  Why I Became A Theosophist.   Reprinted from The Theosophical Quarterly (New York) July, 1909, pp. 59-61.

• Hillard, Katherine.  A Summary of The Secret Doctrine

Hobbes, Terry.  Madame Blavatsky and the Latter-Day Messengers of the Masters

Hodgson, Richard.  The Theosophical Society:  Russian Intrigue or Religious Evolution? 1885. The Melbourne Age (Australia), September 12, 1885.

• Hodgson, Richard. Mr. Sinnett's Circular.   Reprinted from the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), November 1885, pp. 109-112.

• Hodgson, Richard. Franz Hartmann on the Ultimate Fate of the ShrineFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India, and Discussion of the Authorship of the 'Koot Hoomi' Letters," Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, pp. 224-226.

• Hodgson, Richard.  Statement of Colonel Olcott concerning the Shrine and EnvironmentFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigation in India", etc.   Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix IV,  Section titled "Colonel Olcott," pp. 335-336.

• Hodgson, Richard (compiler).  Astral Apparitions of the Mahatmas at Bombay.   First published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India" etc., Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix VII, pp. 348-351.

• Hodgson, Richard.  Col. Olcott and Mr. R. Hodgson.   Reprinted from Light (London), October 23, 1886, p. 517.

• Hollis-Billing, Mrs. Mary J. Madame H.P. Blavatsky. Reprinted from The Medium and Daybreak (London), December 19, 1879, pp. 796-7.

Holloway, Laura C.  The Theosophists:  Something About Madame Blavatsky, the High Priestess of the Society.   Reprinted from The Leader, October 14, 1888, p. 14.

• Holloway, Laura C. Blavatsky’s MesmerismReprinted from Current Literature (New York) March 1889, pp. 243-244.

• Holloway, Laura C. Madame Blavatsky: A Pen Picture.  Reprinted from The Word (New York) February 1912, pp. 262-269.

• Holloway, Laura C. The Mahatmas and Their Instruments [Part I].  Reprinted from The Word (New York), May 1912, pp. 69-76.

• Holloway, Laura C. The Mahatmas and Their Instruments [Part II].  Reprinted from The Word (New York), July 1912, pp. 200-206.

• Hubbe-Schleiden, Wilhelm. Dr. Hubbe Schleiden on a Letter from the Mahatma K.H.  Reprinted from the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society, Appendix XXXII, pp. 115-116, London, 1884.

Hume, A.O. Fragments of Occult Truth, No. 1Reprinted from The Theosophist, October 1881, pp. 17-22.  This article written by A.O. Hume is based upon teachings he received from H.P. Blavatsky and Mahatma Koot Hoomi and Morya.  This is the first article in modern Theosophical literature to set forth the sevenfold constitution of a human being. See also Fragments of Occult Truth,   No. 2 and No. 3.

• Hume, A.O. Fragments of Occult Truth (No. 2 of the Series).   Reprinted from The Theosophist, March 1882, pp. 157-160.

• Hume, A.O. Fragments of Occult Truth (No. 3 of the Series).   Reprinted from The Theosophist, September 1882, pp. 307-314.

• Hume, Alan O.  Three Letters from A.O. Hume to Master K.H. and H.P. BlavatskyPublished in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Hume, A.O.  A.O. Hume on Madame Blavatsky 
This letter from Allan Octavian Hume to a Mr. Knight has never been published before in its entirety.  In fact only a very brief excerpt has ever appeared in print.  The "original" copy of this letter is found  in the The Bradlaugh Papers: Letters, Papers and Printed Items relating to the Life of Charles Bradlaugh (1833-1891),  which are preserved in the archives of the National Secular Society (London).  The letter is reprinted here with the kind permission of that Society.]


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• Jagannathiah, R.  The Great Teacher H.P.B. As I Saw HerReprinted from the Adyar Bulletin, May, 1909, pp.   156-9.

• Johnston, Charles.  H.P.B.  Reprinted from The Theosophical Quarterly (New York), July 1931, pp. 12-13.

• Judge, William Q.  Three Letters from W.Q. Judge to A.P. Sinnett and H.P. BlavatskyPublished in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Judge, William Q.   The Esoteric She:  The Late Mme. Blavatsky --- A Sketch of Her Career.

• Judge, William Q.   H.P.B.:  A Lion-Hearted Colleague Passes.

• Judge, William Q.  Occult Vibrations:  A Fragment of Conversation with H.P.B. in 1888.

• Judge, William Q.   "Yours Till Death and After, H.P.B."

• Judge, William Q.   Authorship of Secret Doctrine.

• Judge, William Q.  Conversations on Occultism with H.P.B.

Judge, William Quan.  Letter from William Q. Judge (dated March 18, 1882).   Reprinted from The Theosophical Forum (Point Loma, California), September 15, 1932, p. 8.

• Judge, William Quan.  The Theosophical Tempest1884.  The Philosophic Inquirer (Madras, India), September 21, 1884, p. 299.

• Judge, William Quan. Madame Blavatsky's Occult Phenomena in the New York Days1886.  First published in A.P. Sinnett's Incidents in the Life of Madame Blavatsky, 1886, pp. 186-199.

• Judge, William Q.  The So-Called Expose of Madame BlavatskyOriginally published in The Index (Boston), March 11, 1886, pp. 441-442.

• Judge, William Q.  Existence of the MahatmasReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) October 16, 1886, p. 6.

• Judge, William Q.  Blavatsky Still Lives and Theosophy is in a Flourishing Condition.  [An Interview with William Q. Judge].  Reprinted from The New York Times, January 6, 1889, p. 10.

• Judge, William Q., ed.  Dr. Elliott Coues in His Letters:  Some of His Letters to H. P. Blavatsky and Others, with RepliesReprinted from a 12-page pamphlet issued by William Quan Judge.  Pamphlet is dated New York, June 14, 1889.

• Judge, William Q., ed.  "Light on the Path" and Mabel Collins.  [Compiled and with Notes by William Q. Judge and Archibald Keightley] Reprinted from an 8-page pamphlet issued in New York in June, 1889.

• Judge, William Q.  The House Where H.P.B. Worked and DiedReprinted from The Path (New York), July 1891, pp. 131-134.

• Judge, William Quan.  By Master's Direction.  (Issued Nov. 1894.) A controversial E.S.T. document which contains various statements about Madame Blavatsky.  See reply by Mrs. Annie Besant.

• Judge, William Quan.  E.S.T. Order No. II of 1894. In this short document, Mr. Judge wrote:  "In accordance with order received from the Master, I hereby declare that [H.P.Blavatsky's] Instructions I, II and III of this School are no longer secret, with the following exceptions...."


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• Keightley, Archibald.  From Ostende to LondonReprinted from The Path (New York), November 1892, pp. 245-248.

• Keightley, Archibald.  Reminiscences of H.P. Blavatsky. 1910.  First published in The Theosophical Quarterly (New York), October 1910, pp. 109-122.

• Keightley, Bertram.  Account Written by Mr. Bertram Keightley, in June, 1884.   First published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India" etc., Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix VII, p. 357. ]

• Keightley, Bertram. Mr. Bertram Keightley's Account of the Writing of "The Secret Doctrine"Reprinted from Reminiscences of H.P. Blavatsky and The Secret Doctrine by the Countess Constance Wachtmeister, London, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1893, pp. 89-95.

• Khandalvala, N.D.  Madame Blavatsky and Her SlanderersReprinted from The Theosophist, (Adyar, Madras, India), November 1884, pp. 48-49.

• Khandalvala, N.D.  Madame H.P. Blavatsky As I Knew HerReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), June 1929, pp. 213-222 and July 1929, pp. 309-318.

Kiddle Incident.  1883-1884.  More than 20 original articles and letters from the 1883-1884 controversy concerning charges of plagiarism against the Master Koot Hoomi.

• Kiddle, Henry.  Plagiarism:  Koot Hoomi, H. Kiddle.   Reprinted from The Medium and Daybreak (London), April 18, 1884, p. 250.  For more Kiddle material see: http://blavatskyarchives.com/kiddlecon.htm

• Kingsford, Anna.  Letter of Anna Kingsford on H.P.B and the Mahatmas.  Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Knoche, Grace F.  H. P. Blavatsky and The Society for Psychical Research

• Knoche, Grace F.  Special Issues of "Sunrise" Magazine on H.P. Blavatsky

Kuhn, Alvin Boyd.  Isis UnveiledOriginally published in Theosophy:  A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom by Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Chapter V, pp. 115-146. An online edition of the entire book is available as well as a paperback reprint edition by Kessinger Publishing.

• Kuhn, Alvin Boyd.  The Mahatmas and Their LettersOriginally published in Theosophy:  A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom by Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Chapter VI, pp. 147-175. An online edition of the entire book is available as well as a paperback reprint edition by Kessinger Publishing.

• Kuhn, Alvin Boyd.  The Secret DoctrineOriginally published in Theosophy:  A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom by Alvin Boyd Kuhn, Chapter VIII, pp. 194-231. An online edition of the entire book is available as well as a paperback reprint edition by Kessinger Publishing.


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• Leadbeater, C.W.  Statement by C.W. Leadbeater. Published in  The 'Complex Character' of Madame Blavatsky by M.T. Reprinted from Light (London), March 2, 1901, p. 103.

• Lillie, Arthur.   Madame Blavatsky and Her TheosophyReprinted from Light (London), March 9, 1895, pp. 116-117.

• Lunn, Rev. Henry S.  Mrs. Besant's New Teacher, Madame Blavatsky: Her Indian RecordReprinted from The Methodist Times (London), August 29,1889, pp. 841-842.


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• Maitland, Edward.  Anna Kingsford, Madame Blavatsky and the TheosophistsMore than fifty pages of excerpts from Volume II of Edward Maitland's Anna Kingsford:   Her Life, Letters, Diary and Work, 3rd. edition (edited by Samuel Hopgood Hart), London, John Watkins, 1913.  The first edition of this work was published in 1896.  These reminiscences contain valuable primary sources including transcriptions of several of Madame Blavatsky's letters.

• Massey, C.C.  Madame Blavatsky and Col. Olcott in EnglandReprinted from The Spiritualist (London), January 24, 1879, pp. 41-42.

• Master Koot Hoomi. Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas: Published and Unpublished Mahatma Letters to and about Mrs. Laura C. Holloway. Collected and arranged by Daniel H. Caldwell.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  A Facsimile of a Letter from Master Koot Hoomi to Franz Hartmann. 1884.  Franz Hartmann received this letter at the Headquarters of Theosophical Society (Adyar, Madras, India) on March 22, 1884.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  Letter from Mahatma Koot Hoomi to Miss Francesca Arundale.  Received sometime in  the middle of July 1884.  Only a few excerpts have ever appeared in print.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  A Mahatma Letter to Mrs. Laura C. HollowayA complete transcription of an 1884 letter from KH.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  A Letter from Mahatma Koot Hoomi  to Gustav Gebhard.  1884.  This letter from the Master K.H. was received August 25, 1884 in the house of Gustav and Mary Gebhard of Elberfeld, Germany. This letter has never been published before.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  A Short Letter from Mahatma Koot Hoomi to Mary Gebhard.  This short letter from Master K.H. was addressed to Mary Gebhard of Elberfeld, Germany. In the Letters from H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett (London, 1925, No. 184), this epistle is described as "a letter received by Mrs. G. one day in her room about 4 to 5 weeks after" her husband Gustav Gebhard had received his letter from Master K.H.  This letter has never been published before.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  Master K.H. on Concentration and Union with the Higher Self.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  Extracts from Letters of Master K.H.

• Master Koot Hoomi.  Some Commentaries on H.P.B.'s Esoteric Instructions I and II

• Master MoryaA Note from Mahatma Morya to A.P. Sinnett

• Master Morya. Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas: Published and Unpublished Mahatma Letters to and about Mrs. Laura C. Holloway. Collected and arranged by Daniel H. Caldwell.

Mavalankar, Damodar K.  Letter from Damodar K. Mavalankar to Henry S. OlcottReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), May 1907, pp. 633-634.

• Mavalankar, Damodar K.  Two Replies by Mr. Damodar K. MavalankarFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India" etc., Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix IV, pp. 336-337.

• Mavalankar, Damodar K. Memorandum from Damodar K. MavalankarReprinted from the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society, Appendix IX, pp. 87-88, London, 1884.

Mead, G.R.S.  Concerning H.P.B.:  Stray Thoughts on TheosophyFirst published in The Theosophical Review (London), April 15, 1904, pp. 131-144; also reprinted as a pamphlet by the Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar, Madras, India, 1920.  22 pp.

• Mead, G.R.S.  Facts about "The Secret Doctrine".   Reprinted from The Occult Review (London), May 1927, pp. 319-324.

• Milworthy, Esther.  "H. P. B.":  Personal Recollections of Madame Blavatsky1894. The Westminster Gazette (London), December 11, 1894.

• Morgan, Ellen H.  A Defence of Madame Blavatsky's Views and Phenomenal Abilities. Reprinted in The Medium and Daybreak (London), January 4, 1884, pp. 5-6.

• Morgan, H.R. Mr. W.H. Harrison's DelusionsReprinted from the Supplement to The Theosophist, (Adyar, Madras, India) December 1883, p. 29-31.

• Morgan, H.R. Testimony to PhenomenaReprinted from the Supplement to The Theosophist, (Adyar, Madras, India) December 1883, p. 31.

•  Morgan, Ray.  Life After Death in Kamaloka (the Astral World):  H.P. Blavatsky versus C.W. Leadbeater 

• Moses, W. Stainton.  Letter of W.S. Moses to A.P. SinnettPublished in The Mahatma Letters.

• Moses, William Stainton.   The Early Story of The Theosophical Society:  A Chapter of HistoryReprinted from Light (London), July 9, 1892, pp. 330-32; and July 23, 1892, pp. 354-57.

• Muller, Max.  Esoteric Buddhism. Reprinted from The Nineteenth Century (London), May 1893, pp. 767-788.

• Nath, Babajee D.  Statement of Mr. Babajee D. NathFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India" etc., Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix IV, pp. 329-330.


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• Nath, Babajee D.  Letters of Babajee D. Nath to H.P. Blavatsky, A.P. Sinnett and Mohini Chatterje.Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Neff, Mary K.  Echoes of the Past:  Master Koot HoomiFirst published in The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) November 1929, pp. 214-217.


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Olcott, Henry S.   Letters of H.S. Olcott to William Stainton Moses.  Published in W.S. Moses' two-part article "The Early Story of The Theosophical Society", Light (London), July 9, 1892, pp. 330-32; and July 23, 1892, pp. 354-57.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Extracts from a Private Letter of Col. Olcott to Damodar K. Mavalankar, Assistant Corresponding Secretary, dated, Simla, October 4, 1880First published as four page circular.  Reprinted under the title "One Day with Madame Blavatsky" in The Times of India (Bombay), October 19, 1880.

• Olcott, Henry S.  The Theosophist Society:   To the Editor of the "Bombay Gazette."  Reprinted from The Bombay Gazette, October 13, 1880.

• Olcott, Henry S.   Letter from Col. Olcott to Mr. H----- X -----This letter from Henry S. Olcott to Allan O. Hume about the Mahatmas is reprinted from A.O. Hume's Hints on Esoteric Theosophy, No. 1, 1882, 2nd Edition, pp. 76-86.

• Olcott, Henry S.  The Himalayan Brothers1882.  Light (London), March 4, 1882.

• Olcott, Henry S.  On Madame Blavatsky and the MahatmasAn extract from Olcott's lecture titled "Theosophy, the Scientific Basis of Religion," delivered at the Town Hall, Calcutta, India, April 5, 1882.  Reprinted from Olcott's Theosophy, Religion and Occult Science, London, George Redway, 1885, pp. 121-124.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Swami Dayanand's Charges.   Reprinted from Extra Supplement to The Theosophist, (Bombay) July, 1882, pp. 1-9.

• Olcott, Henry S. Henry S. Olcott's Deposition to the Society for Psychical Research, 1884. Reprinted from the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society, Appendix I, pp. 34-62, London, 1884.

• Olcott, Henry S.   Mme. Blavatsky Resigns:  A Letter from Col. Olcott on HPB, Hodgson and the T.S.  Reprinted from The New York Times, May 7, 1885, p. 5.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Letters of H.S. Olcott to H.P. Blavatsky and Countess Wachtmesiter.  Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Madame BlavatskyAn extract from Olcott's Presidential Address to the 1885 Annual Convention of the Theosophical Society, Supplement to The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) January 1886, pp. xxxi-xxxiii.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Theosophy and Its Opponents:  [A Letter by Henry S. Olcott on the Hodgson Report] Reprinted from The Harbinger of Light (Melbourne, Australia), September 1, 1886, pp. 3281-3282.

• Olcott, Henry S.   The Secret DoctrineReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), January 1889, pp. 247-249.

• Olcott, Henry S.  The First Leaf of T.S. History.   1890.  Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), November 1890, pp. 65-70.

• Olcott, Henry S.  The Late Madame Blavatsky:  Her Life as a Theosophist.  1891.  An Interview with Colonel Henry S. Olcott in The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, Australia), May 12, 1891.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Theosophical Glossary (A Review.).  1892Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), April 1892, pp. 444-45.

• Olcott, Henry S.  Traces of H.P.B.  Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India) April 1893, pp. 429-431.

•  Olcott, Henry S.  H.P.B. Wrote Tibetan and MongolianReprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), December, 1899, pp. 178-179.

• Old, Walter R. Mme. Blavatsky and ReincarnationReprinted from The Occult Review (London), February 1914, pp. 111-112.

• Old, Walter R. Madame Blavatsky:  A Personal ReminiscenceReprinted from The Occult Review (London), March 1914, pp. 137-147.

• Olderberg, I.M.  H. P. Blavatsky's Cultural Impact.


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• Padshah, S.J.  The Theosophists and "The Occult World"The Bombay Gazette, August 27, 1881, p. 3.

• Padshah, S.J.  Statement of Mr. S. J. PadshahReprinted from Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges against Madame Blavatsky, etc., Madras, India, Theosophical Society, 1885, pp. 69-73.

• Passingham, C.A.  A Tribute from the WestReprinted from Lucifer (London), August 15, 1891, pp. 457-458.

Patterson, George.  The Collapse of Koot Hoomi.  Parts 1 and 2.  Originally published in The Madras Christian College Magazine (Madras, India), September 1884 and October, 1884.

• Patterson, George.   The Blavatsky CorrespondenceReprinted from The Madras Mail,  September 29, 1884, p.  5.

• Patterson, George.  Review of Madame Coulomb's Pamphlet Against Madame BlavatskyReprinted from The Madras Christian College Magazine (Madras, India), January 1885, pp. 551-553.

• Patterson, George.  Mrs. Besant and Madame Blavatsky:  Professor Patterson's ReplyThis letter to the Editor was in reply to a letter by Annie Besant defending Madame Blavatsky.  Reprinted from The Methodist Times (London), October 31, 1889, pp. 1058.

• Patterson, George.  Madame BlavatskyReprinted from The British Weekly (London), May 14, 1891, p. 40]

• Perera, A.  Adoption of Buddhism by a Christian MinisterReprinted from The Madras Mail, December 24, 1884, p. 5.

• Pillai, R. Casava.  How a Hindu of Madras Interviewed a Mahatma at Sikkim. 1885. The Indian Mirror (Calcutta), Vol. XXV, March 3, 1885 and March 7, 1885.

Podmore, Frank.  Madame Blavatsky and The Theosophical SocietyReprinted from Good Words, February 1892, pp. 82-86.

• Podmore, Frank.  "Madame Blavatsky and Theosophy"  Extracted from: Studies in Psychical Research by Frank Podmore.  London: 
                               Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1897.  Chapter VI, pp. 163-194.

•  Pratt, David.  The Theosophical Mahatmas:  A Critique of Paul Johnson's New Myth.

• Price, Leslie.  The Stack Memorandum.  Published by Theosophical History.

• Price, Leslie.  Astral Bells in Notting HillPublished by Theosophical History.

• Price, Leslie.   The British Letter.  Published by Theosophical History.

• Price, Leslie. Astral Bells.   Published by Theosophical History.

• Price, Leslie.  The First S.P.R. Man at Adyar?   Published by Theosophical History.

• Price, Leslie.   Book Review of Vernon Harrison's H.P. Blavatsky and the SPR.
Reprinted from the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), Volume 63, January 1999, pp. 125-127.

• Pryse, James Morgan.  Memorabilia of H.P.B. 1935.   Reprinted from The Canadian Theosophist, March 15, 1935, pp. 1-5.


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• Queensberry, Lord.  Personal Immortality.  Reprinted from The Agnostic Journal (London), September 27, 1890, pp. 194-195.


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• Rajamiengar, T.C.  Theosophy by T.C. Reprinted from The Indian Mirror (Calcutta, India), September 30, 1884, p. 2.

• Ramaswamier, S.  A Few Remarks Suggested by the Article "The Collapse of Koot Hoomi.". Reprinted from Supplement to The Theosophist, November 1884, pp. 148-9.

• Ramaswamier, S.  Mahatma Morya Appears on BalconyFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India" etc., Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, Appendix VIII, p. 362.

Ramiah, C.  Dreams about Mahatmas Realized [Part I] Supplement to The Theosophist, September, 1884, pp. 125-126.

• Ramiah, C.  Psychological Experiences [Part II]Supplement to The Theosophist, October, 1884, pp. 138-139.

• Read, F.W.  The Evolution of Humanity1893.  Letter to the Editor on the Mars-Mercury Controversy involving Mahatma Letters found in Esoteric Buddhism and The Secret Doctrine.  Reprinted from Light (London), April 8, 1893, p. 168.

• Read, F.W.   The Evolution of Humanity. 1893.  Letter to the Editor in Reply to A.P. Sinnett's Response on the Mars-Mercury Controversy.  Reprinted from Light (London), May 6, 1893, p. 216.

Reigle, David.  Theosophy and BuddhismReprinted from Fohat (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) Spring 2000, pp. 14-17, 22-23.

• Reigle, David.  The Book of Dzyan Research Reports1999.  The Book of Dzyan is the name given by H.P. Blavatsky to the secret source of the stanzas given in her book The Secret Doctrine.  David Reigle's research on the Book of Dzyan attempts to trace its ideas to known sources.  Four of his articles on this subject are now available through Blavatsky Archives Online.  Information is also given on how to order Reigle's new book Blavatsky's Secret Books published by Wizards Bookshelf.

• Reitemeyer, Frank.  HPB’s Occult Ring:  Another Chapter of Theosophical History Clarified.  Article published 2010 on Blavatsky Archives.

• Roger, John.   Adepts and Adept Writings.   Reprinted from The Theosophical Forum (Point Loma, California), August 1944, pp. 343-348.

• Row, T. Subba.  Letter from T.S. Row to A.P. Sinnett.  Published in The Mahatma Letters.

• Row, T. Subba.  Letters of T. Subba Row to H.P. Blavatsky and Master K.H.  Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Roy, Parbati Churn.  From Hinduism to Hinduism 1896.  In this extremely rare work Parbati Churn Roy devotes three chapters (pp. 36-58) to his personal reminiscences of H.P.Blavatsky, H.S. Olcott, the Mahatmas and The Theosophical Society.

Ryan, Charles J.  Who Wrote the Mahatma Letters?  Reprinted from The Theosophical Forum (Point Loma, California), October 1936, pp. 253-263.

• Ryan, Charles J.  An Important CorrectionReprinted from The Canadian Theosophist, December 15, 1936, pp. 326-329.

• Ryan, Charles J.  The Coulomb Conspiracy Against Theosophy.  Published in H. P. Blavatsky and the Theosophical Movement:  A Brief Historical Sketch by C.J. Ryan.


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• Santucci, James A.  Forward to "Astral Projection and the Work of the Early Theosophical Society" by John Patrick DeveneyPublished by Theosophical History.

• Santucci, James A.  Foreword to "Ammonius Saccas And His 'Eclectic Philosophy' As Presented By Dr. Alexander Wilder" by Jean-Louis Siémons.  Published by Theosophical History.

• Saxon, Elizabeth L.  Madam Blavatsky:  Her Opinions and Her Book1877. The Daily Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana) November 4, 1877, p. 12.

• Schutze, Ernst.  Handwriting Analysis of Selected Blavatsky and Mahatma Letters.  Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Sen, Norendra Nath.  Theosophy in Calcutta. 1882.  The Indian Mirror (Calcutta), Vol. XXII, April 14, 1882.

• Sen, Norendra Nath.  Theosophy in Calcutta1882.   The Indian Mirror (Calcutta), Vol. XXII, May 2, 1882, p. 2.

• Shankar, Bhavani.  Statement of Mr. Bhavani Shankar [on the Theosophical Mahatmas]. 1885.  First published in Report of the Result of an Investigation into the Charges Against Madame Blavatsky, etc., 1885, pp. 75-80.

• Shankar, Bhavani.   State by Bhavani ShankarPublished in H.P. Blavatsky and Phenomena:   To the Editor of the OCCULT REVIEW by Laura I. FinchReprinted from The Occult Review, June 1927, pp. 404-405. 

• Shepard, Leslie.  The "Anacalypsis" of Godfrey Higgins – Precursor of of "Isis Unveiled" and "The Secret Doctrine"  Published by Theosophical History.

• Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred.  Mr. Eglinton.   Reprinted from the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), June 1886, pp. 282-287.

• Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred.  The Charges Against Mr. Eglinton.  Reprinted from the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), November 1886, pp. 467-469.

• Sidgwick, Henry. Impressions of Madame BlavatskyReprinted from Henry Sidgwick:  A Memoir by Arthur Sidgwick and Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick, London, Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1906, pp. 384-385, 405, 410. The excerpts are from Henry Sidgwick's "intermittent journal kept between 1884 and 1892."

• Sidgwick, Henry.  Reply to Mr. Sinnett's Letter.  Reprinted from Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), July, 1885, pp. 462-64.

• Siémons, Jean-Louis.  Some Reflections on the Note, by Grigor V. Ananikian, about "The Blavatsky/Tibet and Stanzas of Dzyan Connection."  2001.   A refutation of some of the statements made by G.V. Ananikian on Theosophy and H.P.B. 

Sinnett, A.P.  Occult Phenomena.  1880.  The Pioneer (Allahabad, India), October 27, 1880, p. 4.

• Sinnett, A.P.  "The Brothers" of TheosophyOriginally published in Light (London), December 22, 1883, pp. 557-559.

• Sinnett, A.P.  "The Brothers" of Theosophy.  No. II.   Originally published in Light (London), December 29, 1883, pp. 568-569.

• Sinnett, A.P.   A.P. Sinnett's Deposition to the Society for Psychical Research. 1884Reprinted from an unpublished draft of the First Report of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research, Appointed to Investigate the Evidence for Marvellous Phenomena offered by Certain Members of the Theosophical Society preserved in the Archives of the Society for Psychical Research.

• Sinnett, A.P.  Letter to the Editor.   1885.  Reprinted from Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), July, 1885, pp. 461-62.

• Sinnett, A.P.   The Society for Psychical Research and Madame Blavatsky1885. First published in Light (London), October 17, 1885, p. 489 and reprinted also in 1885 as a four page pamphlet.

• Sinnett, A.P.   Mr. Sinnett's Resignation:   A Letter from A.P. Sinnett1885.  Reprinted from the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London), October 1885, pp. 86-87.

• Sinnett, A.P.   The Evolution of Humanity. 1893.   Letter to the Editor in Reply to F.W. Read's Letter on the Mars-Mercury Controversy.  Reprinted from Light (London), April 22, 1893, p. 191.

• Sinnett, A.P.  Esoteric Buddhism. (A Reply to Professor Max Muller). First published in The Nineteenth Century (London), June 1893, pp. 1015-1027.

• Sinnett, A.P.   Esoteric TeachingReprinted from The Path (New York), September 1893, pp. 166-172.

• Sinnett, A.P.   “Do the Mahatmas Exist?”  1894.  [Reprinted from Light (London), March 3, 1894, p. 107.]

• Sinnett, A.P.  Statement by A.P. Sinnett.   Published in article titled "Madame Blavatsky's Disciples," Boston Evening Herald, April 27, 1895.

• Sinnett, A.P.  Correspondence  Reprinted from Theosophy (New York), July 1896, pp. 122-123.

• Sinnett, A.P.   The Vicissitudes of Theosophy. 1907.

• Sinnett, A.P.  Letter from A. P. Sinnett to C. JinarajadasaFirst published in The Story of the Mahatma Letters by C. Jinarajadasa, Adyar, Madras, India, The Theosophical Publishing House, 1946, pp. 24-25.

• Sisson, Marina Cesar.  Helena Blavatsky and the Enigma of John KingOriginally published in 1999 in Portuguese.  Translated into English 2001.

• Smith, John.  Statement of the Hon'ble John SmithReprinted from A.O. Hume's Hints on Esoteric Theosophy, No. 1, Calcutta, 1882, 2nd. ed., pp. 97-98.

• Smith, John.  Letter from John Smith to H.P. Blavatsky.  Reprinted from The Theosophist, (Adyar, Madras, India), March 1929, pp. 639-641.

• Society for Psychical Research Committee.   Report of the General Meeting of the SPR on May 29, 1885:  Hodgson's Report on Madame Blavatsky  (Meeting I) 1885.   Reprinted from Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London) June 1885, pp. 418-424.

• Society for Psychical Research Committee.   Report of the General Meeting of the SPR on June 26, 1885:  Hodgson's Report on Madame Blavatsky (Meeting II) 1885.   Reprinted from Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (London) July 1885, pp. 451-460.

• Sotheran, Charles.  Charles Sotheran on Madame Blavatsky 1876. Reprinted from The Banner of Light (Boston), January 15, 1876, p. 5

• Sova, Vladimir.  IN DENIAL:  A.P. Sinnett and "Planetary Chains."  Article published 2010 on Blavatsky Archives.

• Sriman Swamy.  News of Damodar [A Letter from Sriman Swamy]  Reprinted from Lucifer (London), Volume 5, September 1889, p. 68.

• Stack, J. Herbert.  Rough Notes on Report.  Stack's comments on Oct. 1884 draft of First S.P.R. Report on HPB.

• Stead, William T.  William  T. Stead on Madame Blavatsky. 1909.  Excerpted from William T. Stead's The M. P. for Russia: Reminiscences & Correspondence of Madame Olga Novikoff, London, A. Melrose, 1909, Volume I, pp. 130-133.

Stokes, H.N.  The "Memory" of Mr. G.R.S. Mead.   Reprinted from The O.E. Library Critic (Washington, D.C.) June 1927, pp. 7-11.

• Stokes, H.N.   Mr. Mead's "Facts about 'The Secret Doctrine.'"   Reprinted from The O.E. Library Critic (Washington, D.C.) August 1927, pp. 7-9.

• Stokes, H.N.  William Q. Judge and Katherine A. Tingley:   An Analysis of the Controversy Surrounding W.Q. Judge's Diary Entries about "Promise" and the Dead H.P.B. including Material on the Close Relationship between Mr. Judge and Mrs. Tingley

• Studd, Samuel.   Concerning H.P.B.:   An Examination into the So-called Proofs of Fraud on the Part of Madame Blavatsky.  First published c. 1904 as a pamphlet of 12 pp. by Theosophical Book Depot, Melbourne, Australia.

• Subba Row, T.  Letter from T.S. Row to A.P. Sinnett.  Published in The Mahatma Letters.

• Subba Row, T.  Letters of T. Subba Row to H.P. Blavatsky and Master K.H.  Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

• Subramania Iyer, S.  PhenomenalReprinted from Supplement to The Theosophist, (Adyar, Madras, India) February 1884, p. 31.

• "Sunrise" Magazine.  Special Issues of "Sunrise" Magazine on H.P. Blavatsky


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• Thackara, Will.  Notes on Madame Blavatsky's Baboon

• Thackara, Will.  On Theosophy and Madame Blavatsky

• Thackara, Will.  "Overture and Opener of the Way," with selections from "A Few Questions to 'Hiraf'" by H.P.Blavatsky

•  Taylor, Richard.  The Source Teachings of TheosophyReprinted from Theosophy World, Oct. 1996.

• Taylor, Richard P. Blavatsky and Buddhism

•  TenBroeck, W. Dallas.  Helena Petrovna Blavatsky 1831-1891:  Chronological Review of Events in Her Life.


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• Unwala, G.N.  Testimony of Mr. G. N. UnwalaFirst published in Richard Hodgson's "Account of Personal Investigations in India, and Discussion of the Authorship of the 'Koot Hoomi' Letters," Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume III, 1885, pp. 338-339.


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• Van Matter, Kirby.   Historical Perspective:  TS in HPB's Lifetime.

• Van Mater, Kirby.  The Writing of The Secret Doctrine.

• Veritas.  The So-Called Esoteric Bosh1884.  The Philosophic Inquirer (Madras, India), September 7, 1884, p. 28.


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• Wachtmeister, Constance.  Letters from Countess Wachtmeister to Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Sinnett.  1885-1886.   Published in The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett.

Wachtmeister, Constance.  Statement by Constance Wachtmeister1886.  First published in The Occult Word (Rochester, New York), July 1886; reprinted in Incidents in the Life of Madame Blavatsky compiled and edited by A.P. Sinnett, 1886, pp. 317-320.

• Wachtmeister, Constance.  The Countess Wachtmeister Defends Blavatsky.   Reprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) May 5, 1888, p. 6.

• Wachtmeister, Constance.   A New Year's Greeting1891.  Reprinted from The Vahan (London), January 1, 1891, pp. 1-3.

• Wachtmeister, Constance.  At Wurzburg and Ostende. 1891.   First published in Lucifer (London), June 15, 1891, pp. 282-285.  Reprinted in HPB:  In Memory of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by Some of Her Pupils, 1891, pp. 18-21.

• Wachtmeister, Constance.  Extracts from Countess Wachmeister's Letters as to H.P.B.'s Last Days.  Reprinted from The Theosophist (Adyar, Madras, India), May 1929, pp. 124-125.]

• Wachtmeister, Constance.   The Theosophical Society.   1894. Reprinted from The Irish Theosophist (Dublin), June 15, 1894, pp. 127-129.

• Weeks, Nicholas.  Theosophy's ShadowA critical look at the claims and teachings of Alice A. Bailey.  This article is a revised and expanded version of one that appeared in the Summer 1997 issue of Fohat, a Theosophical magazine published in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

• Westbrook, R.B.  Reminiscences of Original American TheosophistsReprinted from The Religio-Philosophical Journal (Chicago, Illinois) September 14, 1889, pp. 2, 8.

• Wiggin, Rev. James Henry.  Rosicrucianism in New York.   Reprinted from The Liberal Christian (New York) September 4, 1875, p. 4.

• Wilder, Alexander.   "How Isis Unveiled Was Written".

• Wimbridge, Edward.  Theosophists' Differences:   To The Editor of the "Bombay Gazette." Reprinted from The Bombay Gazette, September 15, 1880, p. 2.

• Witte, Count W.S.  Count Witte on Madame Blavatsky
Excerpted from The Memoirs of Count Witte.  Translated from the original Russian manuscript and edited by Abraham Yarmolinsky.  Garden City, N.Y.:  Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921, pp. 4-10.

• Wolff, Hannah.  Madame Blavatsky1891 Reprinted from Two Worlds (Manchester, England) December 11, 1891, pp. 671-672.

• Wyld, George.  George Wyld on Madame Blavatsky   1879. Reprinted from The Spiritualist (London), January 24, 1879, p.  42.

• Wyld, George.  Madame Blavatsky and Her "Theosophical" SocietyReprinted from George Wyld's Notes on My Life, London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1903, pp. 71-74.


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• Yeats, William Butler.  Interview with Mr. W.B. YeatsFirst published in The Irish Theosophist (Dublin, Ireland) November 15, 1893, pp. 147-149.


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Zhelihovsky, Vera P. Blavatsky and the Theosophists.   Translated from the Russian by G.T.  This article in Russian originally appeared in Odesskiy Vestnik, No.123,  June 5, 1884, pp.1-3 and was reprinted in Rebus, No. 28, July 15, 1884,  pp. 263-265 and No. 29, July 22, 1884, pp. 273-275.

• Zhelihovsky, Vera Petrovna de.  Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Reprinted from Lucifer (London), Nov. 15, 1894 - April 15, 1895.


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