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According to  Works produced before 1923 should be public domain.
The dates of some of the theosophical encyclopedias are:
EG | Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary - 1999 | G. de Purucker, ed. FY | Five Years of Theosophy - 1885 | H. P. Blavatsky, ed. GH | Gods and Heroes of the Bhagavad Gita - 1939 | Geoffrey A. Barborka IN | An Invitation to the Secret Doctrine - 1988 | Grace F. Knoche, ed. IU | Isis Unveiled - 1877 | H. P. Blavatsky KT | Key to Theosophy - 1889 | H. P. Blavatsky MO | The Masks of Odin - 1985 | Elsa-Brita Titchenell OG | Occult Glossary - 1933, 1996 | G. de Purucker PV | Esotericism of the Popol Vuh | Raphael Girard (glossary by Blair A. Moffett) SD INDEX | Index to The Secret Doctrine - 1997 | John P. Van Mater SF | Search and Find - 1978 | Elsie Benjamin SK | Sanskrit Keys the Wisdom Religion - 1940 | Judith Tyberg SKf | Sanskrit terms from Fundamentals of the Esoteric Philosophy, by G. de Purucker, 1932. SKo | Sanskrit terms from The Ocean of Theosophy, by William Q. Judge, 1893. SKs | Sanskrit terms from The Secret Doctrine, by H. P. Blavatsky, 1888. SKv | Sanskrit terms from The Voice of the Silence, by H. P. Blavatsky, 1889. SP | Sanskrit Pronunciation - 1992 | Bruce Cameron Hall TG | Theosophical Glossary - 1892 | H. P. Blavatsky VS | Voice of the Silence - 1889 | H. P. Blavatsky WG | The Working Glossary - 1892 | W. Q. Judge WGa | Terms from The Working Glossary Appendix WW | Word Wisdom in the Esoteric Tradition - 1980 | G. de Purucker
- Thus the following encyclopedias among others could probably be used as they seem to be in public domain:
- KT | Key to Theosophy - 1889 | H. P. Blavatsky (Glossary)
- TG | Theosophical Glossary - 1892 | H. P. Blavatsky
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