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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - BULL
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Astrology, 56:horns of the Ram in Aries. The two horns of the Bull in Taurus. The figures of the Twins in GeminiAstrology, 82:not reach (the Angel guards the way!) until the Bull has rent and torn the man, and then - theAstrology, 86:Saturn IV. Harmony through Conflict Taurus, the Bull Scorpio, the Scorpion Sagittarius, the ArcherAstrology, 107:(the Cardinal Cross) and the "swerving of the Bull in mid-career," as it is called in the ancientAstrology, 111:presumed exists in the constellation Taurus, the Bull, being found in the Pleiades. At the sameAstrology, 143:place to light and illumination, the eye of the Bull is opened which is the spiritual third eye, orAstrology, 154:of God. Taurus, the upturned horns of the Bull with the circle below, depicting the push of man,Astrology, 154:the circle below, depicting the push of man, the Bull of God, towards the goal of illumination andAstrology, 154:the "eye of light" in the center of the Bull's forehead; this is "the single eye" of the NewAstrology, 156:the Scapegoat, has sought illumination as the Bull of God and has climbed the mountain top in theAstrology, 157:matter. This is the blue of midnight. [157] The Bull leads into the places of desire in search ofAstrology, 157:of God in love and salvage is demonstrated. The Bull becomes the bestower of light, and theAstrology, 157:of the earlier cycle is lightened by the Bull. The Goat becomes the Unicorn, and leads to victory.Astrology, 232:Libra, Scorpio and Pisces. Life 1. Taurus - the Bull of Desire. - Material desire rules. Balance 2.Astrology, 233:This is probably due to the fact that the Bull is so frequently regarded as the symbol of the madAstrology, 293:drastic experience upon the Cross. Taurus - The Bull of Desire. The light of aspiration andAstrology, 370:of the Zodiacal Constellations Taurus, the Bull We now arrive at the last of the twelve signs whichAstrology, 376:also enhanced by the fact that the "eye of the Bull" is the eye of revelation. The underlying goalAstrology, 376:evolutionary process - "the onward rush of the Bull of God," as it is esoterically called - revealsAstrology, 376:the sorrowful planet, the Earth, impelling the Bull upon its onward rush." So speaks the OldAstrology, 378:of the immediate dangers and difficulties. The Bull, therefore, in expression is dual. Today we seeAstrology, 378:now to be found. The question is: Will the Bull of desire or the Bull of divine illuminedAstrology, 378:The question is: Will the Bull of desire or the Bull of divine illumined expression succeed? ThisAstrology, 379:the search for golden light divine, directs the Bull of Life, the Bull of Form. These two mustAstrology, 379:light divine, directs the Bull of Life, the Bull of Form. These two must meet; and meeting, clash.Astrology, 384:"the light which shines through the eye of the Bull will be unimpeded" and carry light into theAstrology, 393:more to be done. The light from the eye of the Bull which with ever increasing radiance has guidedAstrology, 393:Taurus - The eye of illumination or light. The Bull's eye. Illumination. Exoterically - theAstrology, 394:depression. He will be destructive because "bull-headed" and because the hammer aspect of VulcanAstrology, 396:applied to circumstance that the career of the Bull can be both destructive within its field ofAstrology, 397:Temper, which is so characteristic of the Bull, must give place to directed spiritual energy, forAstrology, 397:interests of the personality; blindness (for the Bull is blind for much of its career) must giveAstrology, 400:To this the ordinary astrological symbol of the Bull's horns testifies. This is the crescent MoonAstrology, 400:the destructive nature of the form life of the Bull. Forget not that in this connection theAstrology, 403:is opened, all is light." The eye of the cosmic Bull of God is open and from it light poursAstrology, 543:of the "light which is found in the eye of the Bull." Such are the possibilities confronting theAstrology, 566:of Illumination, and [566] the "eye of the Bull" is the symbol of the eye to which Christ madeAstrology, 590:Saturn IV Harmony through Conflict Taurus, the Bull Scorpio, the Scorpion Sagittarius, the ArcherAstrology, 639:angle stands the Lion (Leo); in the right, the Bull (Taurus); while between the Bull and theAstrology, 639:the right, the Bull (Taurus); while between the Bull and the Lion... is the face of Enoch, the manAstrology, 657:astronomy. They are found in the neck of the Bull, the constellation Taurus. They are therefore inAstrology, 678:Appendix - Suggestions for Students Taurus, the Bull - the Second Sign of the Zodiac References inAstrology, 679:Note: The Pleiades as the central group of the Bull and Alcyone, one of the 7 pleiades, is supposedAutobiography, 232:Taurus. It was passing through the sign of the Bull. We then had the appearance on earth of theAutobiography, 232:centered around the sacrifice of the sacred bull. The sin of the children of Israel in theAutobiography, 233:the passing of the sun through the sign of the bull and the sign of the ram. Something apart fromAutobiography, 233:Some influence, emanating from the sign of the bull and the sign of the ram produced the symbologyBethlehem, 69:were still many to be found who worshipped the bull, which was the worship prevalent in the ageBethlehem, 69:sun was passing through the age of Taurus, the Bull, and which was preserved at that time in theBethlehem, 183:is the biblical symbol for the sign Taurus, the Bull, which was the religion immediately antedatingBethlehem, 193:the sun was in the zodiacal sign of Taurus the Bull, the sacrifice of the bull was offered as aBethlehem, 193:sign of Taurus the Bull, the sacrifice of the bull was offered as a forecast of that which ChristDestiny, 80:appear before the world under the symbol of John Bull, expressive of the British personality. ItDestiny, 82:Nevertheless, the arrogance and self-will of the Bull must give way to the fluid understanding ofDiscipleship1, 472:when others suffer through your so doing. You go bull-headed through life, knocking down andDiscipleship1, 485:which you have encountered under the sign of the Bull are fitting you for the Scorpio experience inDiscipleship1, 486:intensifies your Taurian tendencies for, as the Bull rushes straight forward seeing only that whichFire, 966:eye. - S. D., III, 577. The "eye of Taurus the Bull." - (Compare bull's-eye.) The constellation ofFire, 966:577. The "eye of Taurus the Bull." - (Compare bull's-eye.) The constellation of Taurus was calledHercules, 28:by the second Gate and find and take the sacred Bull into the Holy Place." The Tibetan (DjwhalHercules, 38:- Labor II LABOR II The Capture of the Cretan Bull (Taurus, April 21st - May 20th) The Myth TheHercules, 38:the light which shines where stands the sacred bull. On the horizon rose the island fair whereHercules, 38:the horizon rose the island fair where dwelt the bull, and where adventurous men could enter thatHercules, 38:maze of Minos, King of Crete, the keeper of the bull. Crossing the ocean to the sunlit isle (thoughHercules, 38:entered on his task to seek and find the bull, and lead it to the Holy Place where dwell theHercules, 38:one-eyed men. From place to place he chased the bull, led by the gleaming [40] star which shoneHercules, 40:[40] star which shone upon the forehead of the bull, a bright lamp in a dark place. This light,Hercules, 40:in a dark place. This light, moving as moved the bull, led him. from place to place. Alone, heHercules, 40:him. from place to place. Alone, he sought the bull; alone he chased it to its lair; alone heHercules, 40:his way and, in the shining light, he rode the bull across the glimmering water to the isle ofHercules, 40:his progress through the waves. He rode the bull as if it were a horse, and with the SistersHercules, 40:waves." Hercules nearer drew, urging the sacred bull upon the Way, throwing the light upon theHercules, 40:edge, these three men stood and grasped the bull, taking it thus away from Hercules. "What hastHercules, 40:arresting Hercules upon the Way. "The sacred bull, Oh, Holy One." "Who art thou? Tell us now thyHercules, 40:of God. I have performed my task. Take now the bull into the Holy Place and save it from due death.Hercules, 40:"Who told you thus to seek and save the bull?" said Arges, moving towards the Holy Place. "WithinHercules, 40:and with long search and many pains, I found the bull. Helped by its [41] holy light, I rode itHercules, 41:voices of the Sisters seven, singing around the bull, and nearer still the chanting of the one-eyedHercules, 41:the task to which I was assigned. The sacred bull is rescued, securely with the Three. What next?"Hercules, 41:see light. Your light must brighter shine. The bull is in the Holy Place." And Hercules reposedHercules, 43:Labor Minos, King of Crete, possessed a sacred bull, which he kept on the island of Crete.Hercules, 43:told him that it was necessary to capture the bull and bring it from the island to the mainland. NoHercules, 43:and all that Hercules knew was that the bull was sacred, that it was born from the sea, and thatHercules, 43:and searched all over the island, pursuing the bull from place to place until at last he corneredHercules, 43:he cornered it. Then, we are told, he rode the bull, like a horse, across the island and throughHercules, 43:activity. When Hercules arrived with the bull at the gates of the city, he was met by the threeHercules, 43:by the three Cyclops, who received the sacred bull from him and took charge of it. And thus endedHercules, 44:if directed upward, overcomes. Taurus, the bull, is always the symbol of creative force. Aquarius,Hercules, 44:North. Vol. I. (E. V. Straiton). The "eye of the bull" in Taurus, the magnificent fixed star,Hercules, 44:of the zodiacal influences to recall that the bull's-eye lantern can be traced back to the bull'sHercules, 44:the bull's-eye lantern can be traced back to the bull's eve in Taurus, and the pontifical bull, orHercules, 44:to the bull's eve in Taurus, and the pontifical bull, or the papal enunciations which were regardedHercules, 45:well be asked here, in what way does Taurus, the bull, become the bringer of illumination? We areHercules, 45:the creator of beauty and rhythm and unity. The bull and the cow together represent creation, andHercules, 45:linked. The following is of interest: "The bull or cow is the symbol of this sign, and in theHercules, 45:are represented just at the shoulder of the bull. Now, in Egyptian sculpture, or painting, theHercules, 45:figure of a dove with wings outspread over the bull's saddle. The dove as we remember, is the birdHercules, 50:that Minos, King of Crete, who owned the sacred bull also possessed the maze in which the MinotaurHercules, 50:The island of Crete with its maze and its bull is an outstanding symbol of the great illusion. ItHercules, 50:and universal truths constitute its kingdom. The bull, to Hercules, typified animal desire, and the
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