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

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Astrology, 256:to Libra. You will note, if you consult the dictionary, that astronomically Virgo is regarded asAtom, 34:of the atom (I am quoting from the Standard Dictionary) it is: "An atom is a center of force, aAtom, 54:of what a form really is. If we turn to a dictionary we will find the word defined as follows: "TheAtom, 55:in a much more illuminating way than does the dictionary. He says: "An idea is a being incorporeal,Atom, 83:some of the definitions of man as found in the dictionary and elsewhere. The definition found inAtom, 83:elsewhere. The definition found in the Standard Dictionary is a profoundly uninteresting one, andAtom, 99:"that with which we know." If you take a dictionary and look up this word you will find it definedAtom, 99:upon this evening is that which the Standard Dictionary gives, and which I have quoted earlier. TheAtom, 156:is a most interesting one. If you will go to the dictionary and look up the word "electricity," youAutobiography, 19:find Sir William Fairbairn's name in Webster's Dictionary and Sir Peter's memory is perpetuated inBethlehem, 75:indicated by the presence of the parents." - Dictionary of the Sacred Language of all ScripturesBethlehem, 201:"the one who it is." (Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.) Literally, therefore, the one who is inFire, 695:mystery of nature will be solved." - Standard Dictionary. Healing, 246:In the curious evolution of words - as any good dictionary will show - the word "dust" comes fromHercules, 66:of intelligence." (Alan Leo, Complete Dictionary of Astrology, p. 163) Gemini stands, secondly, forHercules, 216:signs at the rate of 50 1/3 seconds per year." Dictionary of Astrology, p. 204. Another point to beHercules, 218:as an imaginary path, an appearance. Webster's Dictionary, for instance, defines the Zodiac as "theIntellect, 52:is to be rendered effective. In Webster's Dictionary, the soul is defined in line with theseIntellect, 53:views." - Webster's New International Dictionary, Edition of 1923. The strictly Oriental positionPsychology2, 451:standpoint and not just from the technical dictionary standpoint. Stimulation is the crux of ourPsychology2, 493:In a great standard authority, Webster's Dictionary, two origins of the word are given. One tracesRays, 692:(I have asked A.A.B. to look this word up in the dictionary so that you can have a sense [693] ofRays, 730:to rise again. Yet a consultation with the dictionary shows that the prefix means "back to anReappearance, 7:it arrives." (From Monier-Williams Sanskrit Dictionary.) All the world Avatars or Saviors, however,Soul, 30:psychology, but armed with patience and a stout dictionary, need not hesitate to venture upon theSoul, 74:to be separable in existence." [74] - Webster's Dictionary, Edition of 1923. As one investigatesSoul, 74:have been well summarized for us in Webster's Dictionary: "First, the soul has been treated as an
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