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


Part 8

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

(Item with asterisk indicates important source for quotations of primary materials.)

Anonymous. The Unpublished Secret Doctrine, Volumes Three and Four: Some Observations for the Negators of Vol. III & IV of the Secret Doctrine. No publisher; no date (1995?). 8 pp. Compiled by U.L.T. student in Sweden.

Blavatsky, H.P. The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1925; Pasadena, California: Theosophical University Press, 1973. xv + 404 pp.

Cleather, Alice Leighton. "The Third Volume S.D." The Canadian Theosophist, December 1937, 300-303.

Crump, Basil. "New Evidence About Vols. III. and IV. of 'The Secret Doctrine'. The Canadian Theosophist, April 1939, 39-40.

____________. "The Missing S.D. MSS. Mystery." The Canadian Theosophist, September 1939, 214-216.

------------------. "More Light on S.D.Vols. III and IV." The Canadian Theosophist, September 1939, 216-218.

de Zirkoff, Boris. "Facts and Fiction [on The Secret Doctrine, Volume III]." American Theosophist (Wheaton, Illinois), June 1962, 127-8.

*----------------------. "Historical Introduction: How 'The Secret Doctrine' Was Written." In the "Collected Writings" edition of The Secret Doctrine 1: [1-76]. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, l978; Wheaton, Illinois: Theosophical Publishing House, 1993 (paperback edition). A valuable source for quotations of primary materials.

*---------------------."The Secret Doctrine--Volume III As Published in 1897: A Survey of Its Contents and Authenticity." In H. P. Blavatsky's Collected Writings, XIV: xxv-xliv. Wheaton, Illinois: Theosophical Publishing House, 1985. Another valuable source for quotations of primary materials.

Eklund, Dara. "Notes on the Wurzburg Manuscript." ln Symposium on H. P. Blavatsky's Secret Doctrine held at San Diego, California, July 21-22, 1984, 42-5. San Diego: Wizards Bookshelf, 1984.

Jinarajadasa, C. "More About Vol. III. S.D." The Canadian Theosophist, March 1936, 19-20.

Pryse, James Morgan. "An Important Statement by Mr. J.M. Pryse." The Canadian Theosophist, September 1926, 140-41.

___________________. "The Third Volume of The Secret Doctrine." The Canadian Theosophist, August 1927, 113-15.

___________________. "No Missing Volume of The Secret Doctrine." The Canadian Theosophist, May 1939, 73-77.

*Ransom, Josephine. "How The Secret Doctrine Was Written." In The Secret Doctrine, Six-volume edition, 1: 18-36. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938.

*Ryan. Charles J. "Some Notes on The Secret Doctrine Especially in Regard to the So-called 'Third Volume.'" Theosophical Forum (Covina, California), March 1945, 97-112.

Stokes, H. N. "The Lost (?) Volumes of 'The Secret Doctrine.' " The 0. E. Library Critic (Washington, DC), September 27, 1922, 5-8 and October 25, 1922, 3-6.

---------------. "On the Missing Volumes of 'The Secret Doctrine.' " The 0. E. Library Critic, January 1930, 7-8.

---------------. "Is 'Secret Doctrine, Vol. III' Genuine?" The 0. E. Library Critic, June 1938, 7-11.

---------------. "The Mystery of Vols. III and IV, 'Secret Doctrine': A Defense of Madame Blavatsky." The 0. E. Library Critic, June 1939, 3-8.

Van Mater, Kirby. "The Writing of The Secret Doctrine." Sunrise (Pasadena, California), November 1975, 54-62. Reprinted in An Invitation to The Secret Doctrine, 1988.

*Wachtmeister, Constance. Reminiscences of H.P. Blavatsky and The Secret Doctrine. London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1893; Wheaton, Illinois: Theosophical Publishing House, 1976. xiv + 141 pp.

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