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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - BOW
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Astrology, 176:used is simply the arrow with a fragment of the bow depicted. The Archer as well as the CentaurAstrology, 177:free? Now what remains? [177] Naught but my bow and arrow, O Master of my Life, but they suffice,Astrology, 177:- the Archer. Freedom or one-pointedness - the Bow and Arrow. Human ambition leading eventually toDiscipleship1, 600:them absolutely because I said them and thus bow to authority and leave your intuition stillFire, 610:before which even the highest Dhyan Chohan must bow in silence and ignorance - the UnspeakableHealing, 403:are heathen and the heathen "in their blindness bow down to wood and stone," to quote one of yourHercules, 16:light and charm cheered Hercules, giving him a bow, a bow of light. Through nine wide open GatesHercules, 16:and charm cheered Hercules, giving him a bow, a bow of light. Through nine wide open Gates must theHercules, 16:he had acquired sufficient skill to draw that bow. It took him all that time to prove himself theHercules, 16:to hold, the sword to still another and the bow unto a third. Then, running, disappeared into theHercules, 25:him that would serve him. Finally he gave him a bow and arrow, symbolizing the capacity to goHercules, 26:the horses of contact and that, if he would, the bow and arrow of illumination were his; but heHercules, 80:[80] foot the wound, made by an arrow from the bow he had possessed and used. The doe was his byHercules, 98:Hercules stood still. [98] Hercules grasped his bow and sheath of arrows and with sure hand and eyeHercules, 98:fierce with rage, quite unafraid. Throwing his bow upon the ground, the son of man, who is a son ofHercules, 125:seek a boar, and Apollo gave to him a brand-new bow to use. Quoth Hercules: 'I will not take itHercules, 125:killed. This time I slaughter not. I leave the bow." And so unarmed, save with his trusty club, heHercules, 159:sometimes pictured as the centaur with the bow and arrows. In these two modes of picturing - theHercules, 187:universality of the love of God, and those who bow to authority and dogma. In the field ofHercules, 187:is brought about by Saturn, between those who bow to material things and those who are letting themHercules, 196:evaded the deadly shaft. Stretching taut his bow, Hercules let fly an arrow that seemed to burn theHercules, 223:heels." Sagittarius, the Archer Joseph "His bow abode in strength". His horse is the one thatMagic, 440:"The sons of God shot forth like arrows from the bow. The forms received the impulse and lo! a God
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