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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CLUB
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Autobiography, 106:to talk to me. I invited him to lunch at my club and when he arrived I found he was a Negro and aAutobiography, 208:work out in the next life than this. There is a club in the City of New York that is called theAutobiography, 209:of New York that is called the [209] Nobility Club. One day a member of the club asked me to goAutobiography, 209:the [209] Nobility Club. One day a member of the club asked me to go down and hear the Grand DukeHercules, 16:Back from the wood he came, bearing aloft a club of wood, cut from a stalwart living tree. "This isHercules, 26:detail: [26] he went out and cut for himself a club. All these divine gifts were very lovely andHercules, 26:illumination were his; but he liked the familiar club of his own fashioning. He would ratherHercules, 26:had been given him. So he clutched his wooden club and set out upon his labors. [27] Hercules, 30:to use them, and he has hewn out for himself the club of his own endeavor, and with these heHercules, 37:Hope, his untried divine equipment, his personal club, and much enthusiasm: so start all disciples.Hercules, 96:the panoply of war, retaining for his use the club, cut by his hands from a young and springingHercules, 96:the Way. I shall require naught but my stalwart club, and with this club and my stout heart, I goHercules, 96:naught but my stalwart club, and with this club and my stout heart, I go upon my way to seek theHercules, 97:ways of lions, and naught save a frail wooden club. "Where are your arms, O Hercules? Have you notHercules, 98:He searched on every hand, grasping his trusty club, the weapon he himself had made, the gift thatHercules, 98:he had bequeathed in days long past, his trusty club. On every hand he sought; on every way heHercules, 103:and, leaving all weapons behind, even the club which he had himself made, he entered the cave andHercules, 111:(post-pituitary), thrown away even his trusty club, refused symbolically to lead any longer aHercules, 125:the bow." And so unarmed, save with his trusty club, he climbed the mountain steep, seeking theHercules, 141:said, "we rise by kneeling." Casting aside his club, Hercules knelt, grasped the hydra with hisHercules, 155:ground, and warded off attacks with the heavy club he bore. One bird he struck resoundingly uponHercules, 197:at Hercules, the latter caught it [197] on his club, and hurled it back to kill the one who sent it
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