The definitive edition of HPB's writings in 15 extensive volumes.
The definitive edition of HPB’s writings in 15 extensive volumes.
Volume 1 is from 1874 to 1878, and includes articles such as: About Spiritualism; A Story of the Mystical; The Theosophical Society: Its Origin, Plan and Aim; The Diaries of H. P. Blavatsky.
Volume 2 is from 1879 to 1880, and includes articles such as: Erroneous Ideas concerning the Doctrines of the Theosophists; Antiquity of the Vedas; The Number Seven; The Theory of Cycles.
Volume 3 is from 1881 to 1882, and includes articles such as: Transcendental Physics; Electric and Magnetic Affinities between Man and Nature; Hypnotism; Lamas and Druses; Stars and Numbers; Are Dreams but Idle Visions?; Spiritualism and Occult Truth.
Volume 4 is from 1882 to 1883, and includes articles such as: The Hermetic Brethren; Reincarnations in Tibet; Masons and Jesuits; Death and Immortality; Zoroastrianism in the Light of Occult Philosophy.
Volume 5 is from 1883, and includes articles such as: Nature and Constitution of the Sun; Occult Background of Classical Civilizations; Nature of the Monad; Date and role in history of Gautama the Buddha and Sri Samkaracharya.
Volume 6 is from 1883, 1884 and 1885, and includes articles such as: Tibetan Teachings on the dissociation of the Human Constitution after Death; True Nature of Mediumship and its Relation to Chelaship; “A Bewitched Life,” one of H.P.B.’s Occult Stories.
Volume 7 is from 1886 to 1887, and includes articles such as: Have Animals Souls?; The Theosophical Mahatmas; Ancient Magic and Modern Science; Theories about Reincarnation and Spirits; The Original Programme of the Theosophical Society.
Volume 8 is from 1887, and includes articles such as: The Esoteric Character of the Gospels; The Origin of Evil; The Esotericism of the Christian Dogma (the spirited debate of H. P. B. with the Abbe Roca); The Signs of the Times.
Volume 9 is from 1888, and includes articles such as: The Church and the Doctrine of Atonement; The Life Principle; What Good has Theosophy done in India?; Occultism versus the Occult Arts; Karmic Visions; Controversy with the Abbe Roca continued.
Volume 10 is from 1888 to 1889, and includes articles such as: Psychology of Ancient Egypt; Theosophy and Buddhism; The Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society; Is Theosophy a Religion?; Dreams.
Volume 11 is from 1889, and includes articles such as: The Roots of Ritualism in Church and Masonry; Japanese Buddhism and Theosophy; Thoughts on Karma and Reincarnation; Our Three Objects; Alchemy in the Nineteenth Century.
Volume 12 is from 1889 and 1890, and includes articles such as: Genius; The Fall of Ideals; Science and the Secret Doctrine; Progress and Culture; The Dual Aspect of Wisdom; Psychic and Noetic Action.
Volume 13 is from 1890 to 1891 and also posthumous articles, including: Civilization, the Death of Art and Beauty; The Mind in Nature; On Cosmic Cycles, Manvantaras and Rounds; The Origin of Magic; The “Book of Enoch”; Facts Underlying Adept Biographies.
Volume 14 includes posthumously published essays, written at various times; among them are some which may have been intended for another volume of The Secret Doctrine. Some of the subjects are: The Kabalah; Eastern and Western Occultism; The Last of the Mysteries in Europe; Symbolism of Sun and Stars; Cycles and Avataras; The Mystery of Buddha.
Volume 15 is the comprehensive index to the 14 volumes of HPB’s writings.