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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ANTAEUS
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ANTAEUS
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Hercules, 55:At first he dreamed of quick success, but Antaeus, the serpent, met him on that way and wrestledHercules, 56:"Where lies my fault?" said Hercules. "Why can Antaeus conquer me? E'en when an infant I destroyedHercules, 56:from off the ground. And lo! the deed was done: Antaeus, vanquished, spoke: "I come again inHercules, Known:wrestle. [Known in mythology also as the giant, Antaeus, the son of Poseidon, god of waters, andHercules, Known:just as soon as Hercules lifted the serpent (Antaeus) high into the air, it became utterly weak andHercules, 73:upon another experience. He has to wrestle with Antaeus, the serpent (or giant). But, this time, it
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