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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CELESTIAL
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Astrology, 637:the direct emanation from and partly those celestial entities themselves. (S.D. Vol. I, 251) TheAstrology, 657:of the God of War, Mars, the commander of the celestial armies." (Vol. II, 579) "The Pleiades areAstrology, 662:I, 180) "Mercury is called the first of the celestial Gods, the God Hermes...to which God isBethlehem, 62:she has given birth to her Sun-child as the celestial Virgo remains unchanged and unsullied whenBethlehem, 181:of life, Fire, Earth, Air and Water." - The Celestial Ship of the North, by E. V. Straiton, Vol. 1,Fire, 96:between all these evolutions of nature, from the celestial sun down to the humblest violet via theFire, 393:the vehicle of ignorance). He who has become a celestial being will nevertheless be called 'man'Fire, 781:Nirmanakayas. 57 - S. D., II, 266. They are the celestial yogis. - S. D., II, 257. 57 "Nirmanakaya"Hercules, 44:of light, which can exalt above the gods." The Celestial Ship of the North. Vol. I. (E. V.Hercules, 45:or cow is the symbol of this sign, and in the celestial chart it will be observed that the littleHercules, 86:reascends to heaven." (E. Valentia Straiton, The Celestial Ship of the North Vol. II, p. 206). InHercules, 89:they were said to return to their heavenly or celestial home, the constellation Capricorn, theHercules, 89:the sons of light." (E. Valentia Straiton, The Celestial Ship of the North, Vol. II, p. 205). Hercules, 101:of the numbers. It claims that the group of celestial and spiritual beings, who took incarnation onHercules, 101:phrases to express the nature of these celestial beings who are the men of our time, who areHercules, 216:and on it is measured the right ascension of the celestial bodies. The movable or natural Zodiac isHercules, 216:and south of the ecliptic." Glossary of The Celestial Ship of the North. Walter H. Sampson gives usInitiation, 217:In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is a celestial being, whether good, bad, or indifferent.Meditation, 352:In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is a celestial being, whether good, bad, or indifferent.Patanjali, 234:allurements from all forms of being, even the celestial, for the recurrence of evil contactsPatanjali, 358:allurements from all forms of being, even the celestial, for the recurrence of evil contacts
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