The Writings of
Walter A. Carrithers, Jr.
The Truth About Madame Blavatsky: An Open Letter to the Author of "Priestess of the Occult" Regarding the Charges Against H.P. Blavatsky. Covina, California: Theosophical University Press, 1947. 27 pp.
"Madame Blavatsky: One of the Worlds Great Jokers." Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research (New York) 56 (July 1962): 131-9.
PROSPECTUS: Obituary: The "Hodgson Report" on Madame Blavatsky by Adlai E. Waterman
Obituary---The "Hodgson Report" on Madame Blavatsky: Re-Examination Discredits the Major Charges Against H.P. Blavatsky. Preface by N. Sri Ram. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1963. xx + 92 pp. [Published under Carrithers pseudonym of Adlai E. Waterman.] This book is also available in pdf format.
A Resume of World Press and Expert Opinion on Adlai Watermans Obituary: The Hodgson Report on Madame Blavatsky.
"Richard Hodgson (1855-1905)." Pp. 612-26 in Damodar and the Pioneers of the Theosophical Movement. Compiled and annotated by Sven Eek. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1965.
"The Hodgson Report on Madame Blavatsky." Letter to the Editor. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research 45 (London) December 1969: 188-97. [Published under Carrithers pseudonym of Adlai E. Waterman.]
[Letter to the Editor Rebutting Certain Statements by Russell M. Goldfarb on Carrithers Obituary Book.] Journal of Popular Culture 6 (Spring 1973): 859-864. [Published under Carrithers pseudonym of Adlai E. Waterman.]
"Madame Blavatsky and Occult Tibet: A Critique on the History and Menace of Black Tantrism." Theosophical Notes (Napa, California) Sept. 1974, 19 pp. Addendum of 4 pp. on "Magic Black Versus Magic White."
"The Founding of the Theosophical Society." Pp. 6-20. Published as the "Epilogue to the Centenary [Abridged] Edition" of Henry S. Olcotts Inaugural Address of the President of the Theosophical Society. Fresno, California: No publisher, 1975. [Published under Carrithers pseudonym of Adlai E. Waterman.]
"The New Torch-Bearer of Truth"---Why His Delay? November 20, 1975.
Magic Black Versus Magic White
1877-1977: Shambhalha's Fifth "Centennial Effort" Gives Birth to the Sixth.
Has Damodar Returned? 1979.
Madame Blavatsky's Magick --- Real or Fake?
"Man the Barricades!" Fate, January 1982.
Madame Blavatsky, The Society for Psychical Research, and Its Corporate Neutrality: 1884-1984. 1984.
"A Word of Warning. . . To Reviewers, Buyers, and Readers of Madame Blavatsky. . . by Marian Meade. . . [and] Ancient Wisdom Revived. . . by Bruce F. Campbell. . .: A Summary of Findings Exposes the Exposers." Theosophical History (London) 2 (Jan. 1987): 32-36.
"A Special Notice to All Publishers, Editors, Encyclopedists and Book Reviewers: Master of the Lie - Dodd, Mead and Company Promote a Biographical Hoax." [This is a critique of the chapter on Madame Blavatsky in Daniel Cohen's book titled Masters of the Occult. Main text begins on page 4.]
"Jiddu Krishnamurti and The Return of Madame Blavatsky." Theosophical History (London) 2 (Oct. 1987): 126-33 and 2 (Jan. 1988): 165-83. See Appendix Letter from Walter A. Carrithers, Jr. to Jiddu Krishnamurti.
A Compilation of World Opinion on the S.P.R. and H.P.B.
Dr. Richard Hodgson
Review of Madame Blavatsky, Medium and Magician by John Symonds
[The Mutual Contradictions between Emma Coulomb and Richard Hodgson in Their Case against Madame
Part I: "The Doll"
Part II: The "Astral Bells"
Part III: The "Letter Traps"
Part IV: "The Shrine of Koot Hoomi"
Richard Hodgsons Attack on Damodar K. Mavalankar
My Blavatsky-Defence Project: 1947-1959
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A Progeny of Monsters: The Frankenstein School of Creative Biography-and Its Mythical Madame Blavatskys
Letter to the the Council of the Society for Psychical Research, October 1955
Memo to the Society for Psychical Research Concerning the Use of the Society's Unpublished Documents Relating to Mme. Blavatsky (1961, unpublished)
Memo to Theosophists: Facts and Credits Re: Discovery and Filming of H.P.B. Documents at the S.P.R.
Madame Blavatsky, the Society for Psychical Research, and Its "Corporate Neutrality": 1884-1984
25 Years for H.P.B.
Letter to Fate Magazine (dated May 5, 1967)
Letter to David Techter concerning Techter's Review in Fate Magazine of Carrither's Obituary Book on the Hodgson Report.
The Blavatsky Alliance: Declaration of Purpose
Letter to the Editor of The Journal of The Society for Psychical Research (dated June 10, 1969)
Letter to the Editor of The Journal of The American Society for Psychical Research (dated March 22, 1977)
Reappraising Astrological Concepts, Old and New (shorter version)
Reappraising Astrological Concepts, Old and New (longer version)
Sai Baba Bests the Parapsychologists
Assassination and the Strange Friends of John G. Schmitz
Frontiers of Revelation (Book Review)
Witness, The Story of a Search (Book Review)
The "Lady in Black" Stumped the Skeptics
Borley Rectory and the Society for Psychical Research (Dissection of the Technique of "Exposing") Occult Frauds and the Society for Psychical Research (incomplete??) The Motives of the Committee of the Society for Psychical Research (incomplete)
The Appeal to Unpublished Evidences
The Hand and Arm of Mrs. Foyster
Notes on Henry Slade, Medium
Tricks from Teeds to Tey
Walter Carrither's Notes/Annotations added to various books in his personal library.
Walter Carrither's Updated Revision of A.B. Kuhn's book titled Theosophy.