The Occult Word (periodical)
The Occult Word was a monthly journal "for the dissemination of Oriental knowledge" published by Mrs. Josephine Cables of Rochester, New York. The first issue came out in April, 1884, and publication continued until at least March, 1888. Some noteworthy authors of articles include Dr. J. D. Buck, W. T. Brown, A. J. Cooper-Oakley (under nom de plume Maurice Fredal), and Franz Hartmann. Some issues are available at the H. P. B. Library in Vancouver.
- Notes from Beatrice Hastings in Boris de Zirkoff Papers. Records Series 22. Theosophical Society in America Archives.