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  • 20:19, 10 November 2012 diff hist +112 N EmpusaCreated page with "'''Empusa''' (''Gr''.). A ghoul, a vampire, an evil demon taking various forms. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 20:18, 10 November 2012 diff hist +2,409 N EmanationCreated page with "'''Emanation''' '''''the Doctrine of'''''. In its metaphysical meaning, it is opposed to Evolution, yet one with it. Science teaches that evolution is physiologically a mode of g..."
  • 20:18, 10 November 2012 diff hist +90 N EluCreated page with "'''Elu '''(''Sing.''). An ancient dialect used in Ceylon. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:59, 10 November 2012 diff hist +19 N EloiRedirected page to Eloї current
  • 19:58, 10 November 2012 diff hist +142 N EloїCreated page with "'''Eloї''' (''Gn.''). The genius or ruler of Jupiter; its Planetary Spirit. (See Origen, ''Contra Celsum''.) {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:57, 10 November 2012 diff hist +152 N ElivagarCreated page with "'''Elivagar '''''(Scand''.). The waters of Chaos, called in the cosmogony of the Norsemen “the stream of Elivagar”. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:41, 10 November 2012 diff hist +1,567 N EleusiniaCreated page with "'''Eleusinia '''(''Gr.''). The Eleusinian Mysteries were the most famous and the most ancient of all the Greek Mysteries (save the Samothracian), and were celebrated near the ham..."
  • 19:41, 10 November 2012 diff hist +296 N ElephantaCreated page with "'''Elephanta.''' An island near Bombay, India, on which are the well- preserved ruins of the cave-temple, of that name. It is one of the most ancient in the country and is certai..." current
  • 19:40, 10 November 2012 diff hist +997 N ElementariesCreated page with "'''Elementaries'''. Properly, the disembodied souls of the depraved; these souls having at some time prior to death separated from themselves their divine spirits, and so lost th..." current
  • 19:39, 10 November 2012 diff hist +924 N ElementalsCreated page with "'''Elementals.''' Spirits of the Elements. The creatures evolved in the four Kingdoms or Elements—earth, air, fire, and water. They are called by the Kabbalists, Gnomes (of the..."
  • 19:38, 10 November 2012 diff hist +153 N El-ElionCreated page with "'''El-Elion '''(''Heb''.). A name of the Deity ''borrowed'' by the Jews from the ''Phœnician Elon'', a name of the Sun. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:38, 10 November 2012 diff hist +159 N Ekasloka ShastraCreated page with "'''Ekasloka Shastra '''(''Sk''.). A work on the ''Shastras ''(Scriptures) by Nagarjuna; a mystic work translated into Chinese. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:37, 10 November 2012 diff hist +141 N Ekana-rupaCreated page with "'''Ekana-rupa''' ''(Sk.''). The One (and the Many) bodies or forms; a term applied by the Purânas to Deity. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:37, 10 November 2012 diff hist +153 N EkaCreated page with "'''Eka''' (''Sk.''). “One”; also a synonym of '''Mahat,''' the ''Universal Mind,'' as the principle of Intelligence. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:37, 10 November 2012 diff hist +124 N EidolonCreated page with "'''Eidolon '''(''Gr.''). The same as that which we term the human phantom, the astral form. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}"
  • 19:36, 10 November 2012 diff hist +141 N EheyehCreated page with "'''Eheyeh''' (''Heb''.). “I am”, according to Ibn Gebirol, but not in the sense of “I am that I am”. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:36, 10 November 2012 diff hist +428 N EgregoresCreated page with "'''Egregores.''' Eliphas Lévi calls them “the chiefs of the souls who are the spirits of energy and action” ; whatever that may or may not mean. The Oriental Occultists desc..." current
  • 19:34, 10 November 2012 diff hist +538 N EgoCreated page with "'''Ego '''(''Lat''.). “ Self” ; the consciousness in man “I am I”—or the feeling of “I-am-ship”. Esoteric philosophy teaches the existence of two Egos in man, the m..."
  • 19:33, 10 November 2012 diff hist +615 N EgkosmioiCreated page with "'''Egkosmioi '''''(Gk''). “The intercosmic gods, each of which presides over a great number of daemons to whom they impart their power and change it from one to another at will..." current
  • 19:33, 10 November 2012 diff hist +809 N EggsCreated page with "'''Eggs '''(Easter). Eggs were symbolical from an early time. There was the “Mundane Egg”, in which Brahmâ gestated, with the Hindus the ''Hiranya-Gharba'', and the Mundane ..." current
  • 19:32, 10 November 2012 diff hist +144 N EdrisCreated page with "'''Edris''' (''Arab.''), or ''Idris.'' Meaning “the learned One”, an epithet applied by the Arabs to Enoch. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:32, 10 November 2012 diff hist +1,484 N EdomCreated page with "'''Edom''' (''Heb''.). Edomite Kings. A deeply concealed mystery is to he found in the allegory of the seven Kings of Edorn, who “reigned in the land of Edom before there reign..." current
  • 19:31, 10 November 2012 diff hist +1,434 N EdenCreated page with "'''Eden '''(''Heb.''). “Delight”, pleasure. In ''Genesis ''the “Garden of Delight” built by God ; in the Kabbala the“Garden of Delight”, a place of Initiation into th..." current
  • 19:31, 10 November 2012 diff hist +605 N EddaCreated page with "'''Edda '''(''Iceland.)''. Lit., “great-grandmother”of the Scandinavian Lays. It was Bishop Brynjϋld Sveinsson, who collected them and brought them to light in 1643. There a..." current
  • 19:30, 10 November 2012 diff hist +171 N EcstasisCreated page with "'''Ecstasis '''(''Gr.''). A psycho-spiritual state; a physical trance which induces clairvoyance and a beatific state bringing on visions. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}"
  • 19:30, 10 November 2012 diff hist +124 N Eclectic PhilosophyCreated page with "'''Eclectic Philosophy'''. One of the names given to the Neo-Platonic school of Alexandria. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:30, 10 November 2012 diff hist +105 N EchodCreated page with "'''Echod '''(''Heb or Echad''. “One”, masculine, applied to Jehovah. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:29, 10 November 2012 diff hist +114 N EchathCreated page with "'''Echath '''(''Heb''.). The same as the following—the “One”, but feminine. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 19:29, 10 November 2012 diff hist +773 N EcbatanaCreated page with "'''Ecbatana'''. A famous city in Media worthy of a place among the seven wonders of the world. It is thus described by Draper in his ''Conflict between Religion and Science'', ch..." current
  • 19:27, 10 November 2012 diff hist +656 N EbionitesCreated page with "'''Ebionites '''(''Heb.''). Lit., “the poor”; the earliest sect of Jewish Christians, the other being the Nazarenes. They existed when the term “Christian” was not yet he..." current
  • 19:26, 10 November 2012 diff hist +794 N EasterCreated page with "'''Easter.''' The word evidently comes from Ostara, the Scandinavian goddess of spring. She was the symbol of the resurrection of all nature and was worshipped in early spring. I..." current
  • 19:26, 10 November 2012 diff hist +867 N EagleCreated page with "'''Eagle.''' This symbol is one of the most ancient. With the Greeks and Persians it was sacred to the Sun; with the Egyptians, under the name of ''Ah'', to Horus, and the Kopts ..." current
  • 19:23, 10 November 2012 diff hist +277 N EaCreated page with "'''Ea''' (''Chald''.) also ''Hea.'' The second god of the original Babylonian trinity composed of Anu, Hea and Bel. Hea was the “Maker of Fate”, “Lord of the Deep”, “Go..." current
  • 19:22, 10 November 2012 diff hist +395 N ECreated page with "'''E.'''—The fifth letter of the English alphabet. The he (soft) of the Hebrew alphabet becomes in the Ehevi system of reading that language an E. Its numerical value is five, ..." current
  • 20:44, 3 November 2012 diff hist +236 N DzynCreated page with "'''Dzyn''' or Dzyan (''Tib''.). Written also ''Dzen''. A corruption of the Sanskrit Dhyan and ''jnâna'' (or ''gnyâna'' phonetically)—Wisdom, divine knowledge. In Tibetan, lea..." current
  • 20:43, 3 November 2012 diff hist +212 N DyooknaCreated page with "'''Dyookna '''''(Kab''.). The shadow of eternal Light. The “Angels of the Presence” or archangels. The same as the ''Ferouer'' in the ''Vendidad ''and other Zoroastrian works..." current
  • 20:43, 3 November 2012 diff hist +779 N DynastiesCreated page with "'''Dynasties.''' In India there are two, the Lunar and the Solar, or the ''Somavansa ''and the ''Suryavansa''. In Chaldea and Egypt there were also two distinct kinds of dynastie..." current
  • 20:42, 3 November 2012 diff hist +456 N DwipaCreated page with "'''Dwipa '''(''Sk''.). An island or a continent. The Hindus have seven ''(Sapta dwipa )''; the Buddhists only four. This is owing to a misunderstood reference of the Lord Buddha ..." current
  • 20:41, 3 November 2012 diff hist +279 N Dwija BrahmanCreated page with "'''Dwija Brahman''' (''Sk''.). The investure with the sacred thread that now constitutes the “second birth”. Even a Sudra who chooses to pay for the honour becomes, after the..." current
  • 20:41, 3 November 2012 diff hist +20 N DwijaRedirected page to Dwijâ current
  • 20:41, 3 November 2012 diff hist +256 N DwijâCreated page with "'''Dwijâ '''(''Sk.''). “Twice-born”. In days of old this term was used only of the Initiated Brahmans; but now it is applied to every man belonging to the first of the four ..." current
  • 20:40, 3 November 2012 diff hist +300 N DwesaCreated page with "'''Dwesa''' ''(Sk''.). Anger. One of the three principal states of mind (of which 63 are enumerated), which are ''Râga''—pride or evil desire, ''Dwesa''— anger, of which hat..." current
  • 20:38, 3 November 2012 diff hist +278 N DwellersCreated page with "'''Dwellers '''(on the Threshold). A term invented by Bulwer Lytton in ''Zanoni''; but in Occultism the word “Dweller” is an occult term used by students for long ages past, ..." current
  • 20:37, 3 November 2012 diff hist +824 N Dwarf of DeathCreated page with "'''Dwarf of Death'''. In the ''Edda'' of the Norsemen, Iwaldi, the Dwarf of Death, hides Life in the depths of the great ocean, and then sends her up into the world at the right ..." current
  • 20:37, 3 November 2012 diff hist +155 N Dwapara YugaCreated page with "'''Dwapara Yuga '''(''Sk''.). The third of the “Four Ages” in Hindu Philosophy ; or the second age counted from below. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 20:36, 3 November 2012 diff hist +343 N DustcharitraCreated page with "'''Dustcharitra''' (''Sk''.). The “ten evil acts”; namely, three acts of the body viz., taking life, theft and adultery; four evil acts of the mouth, viz., lying, exaggeratio..." current
  • 20:36, 3 November 2012 diff hist +188 N DurgaCreated page with "'''Durga '''(''Sk''). Lit., “inaccessible”. The female potency of a god; the name of Kali, the wife of Siva, the ''Mahesvara'', or “the great god”. {{raw:t-en-pool:Sourc..." current
  • 20:35, 3 November 2012 diff hist +101 N DumahCreated page with "'''Dumah''' (''Heb''.). The Angel of Silence (Death) in the Kabbala. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 20:35, 3 November 2012 diff hist +70 N DukkhaCreated page with "'''Dukkha '''(''Sk''.). Sorrow, pain. {{raw:t-en-pool:Source-HPB-TG}}" current
  • 20:34, 3 November 2012 diff hist +1,275 N DugpasCreated page with "'''Dugpas '''(''Tib.''). Lit., “Red Caps,” a sect in Tibet. Before the advent of ''Tsong-ka-pa'' in the fourteenth century, the Tibetans, whose Buddhism had deteriorated and ..." current

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