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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CAPTURE

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Hercules, 27: The Labors of Hercules - Labor I LABOR I The Capture of the Man-eating Mares (Aries, March 21st -Hercules, 27:breeding steadily most wild and evil horses. "Capture these mares, and stop these evil deeds," wasHercules, 30:Eurystheus, the King, ordered Hercules to capture them. Many attempts had been made to do so, butHercules, 36:in the heavens, and as he started upon the capture of the man-eating mares, he discovered inHercules, 37:mind, and the first thing that he has to do is capture this feminine aspect of the mind and see toHercules, 37:the rescue of his neighborhood. He determined to capture the brood mares, but he over-estimatedHercules, 38: The Labors of Hercules - Labor II LABOR II The Capture of the Cretan Bull (Taurus, April 21st -Hercules, 43:Hercules and told him that it was necessary to capture the bull and bring it from the island to theHercules, 58:Gate and said to him: "Pass through that Gate. Capture the doe and enter once again the HolyHercules, 77:of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 1 (Cancer, June 21stHercules, 83:Story Eurystheus, therefore, sent Hercules to capture the golden horned Keryneian doe or hind. TheHercules, 83:accepted the charge of Eurystheus and set out to capture the gentle hind. He was a whole yearHercules, 85:of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 2 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 2 (Cancer, June 21stHercules, 124: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VII LABOR VII The Capture of the Erymanthian Boar (Libra, SeptemberHercules, 125:and spoke to Hercules. "Go forth, my son, and capture the wild boar; salvage a ravaged country, yetHercules, 158:on the plane of the mind in his endeavor to capture the man-eating mares, and met with failureHercules, 158:get that viewpoint. The moment you get that, you capture the timid doe of the intuition, and youHercules, 195: The Labors of Hercules - Labor XII LABOR XII The Capture of the Red Cattle of Geryon (Pisces,Hercules, 225:according to different authorities.) through the capture of the Man-Eating Mares, we see him makeHercules, 225:to dominate sex, and use it rightly, and thus capture the Cretan Bull. This strong urge, and theHercules, 226:play, and this is symbolized for us [226] in the capture of the elusive Doe, or Hind, sensitive and
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