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Hercules, 58:to him: "Pass through that Gate. Capture the doe and enter once again the Holy Place." [60] TheHercules, 77:- Labor IV - Part 1 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 1 (Cancer, June 21st - JulyHercules, 78:spoke words of warning to the son of man. "The doe is mine, so touch it not," she said. "For agesHercules, 78:long I nurtured it and tended it when young. The doe is mine and mine it must remain." Then intoHercules, 78:the sun. Leaping on sandalled feet towards the doe, she likewise claimed possession. "Not so," sheHercules, 78:"Not so," she said, "Artemis, fairest maid; the doe is mine and mine it must remain. Too youngHercules, 78:as the two maidens strove for possession of the doe. Another voice fell on his ear, and withHercules, 78:his ear, and with commanding accents said: "The doe belongs to neither maid, O Hercules, but to theHercules, 78:a son of God, you thus can seek and hold the doe. Go forth." Hercules, 78:the woods of God, followed the movements of the doe and, when due cause arose, they each deludedHercules, 78:seeking to foil his efforts. He chased the doe from point to point and each with subtlety deceivedHercules, 78:the son of man who is a son of God followed the doe from place to place, catching swift glimpses ofHercules, 79:and steadfast eye, he shot an arrow towards the doe and in its foot he wounded it. Exciting all theHercules, 79:he was possessed, he nearer drew and yet the doe moved not. Thus he drew close, and clasped the doeHercules, 79:moved not. Thus he drew close, and clasped the doe within his arms, close to his heart. And ArtemisHercules, 79:the northern darkness I was led, and found no doe. Into the deep dark woods I fought my way, butHercules, 79:deep dark woods I fought my way, but found no doe; and over dreary plains and arid wilderness andHercules, 79:and deserts wild, I struggled towards the doe, yet found it not. At each point reached, the maidensHercules, 79:my steps, but still I did persist and now the doe is mine! the doe is mine!" "Not so, O Hercules,"Hercules, 79:still I did persist and now the doe is mine! the doe is mine!" "Not so, O Hercules," came to hisHercules, 79:One within the Council Chamber of the Lord. "The doe belongs not to a son of man, e'en though a sonHercules, 79:son of man, e'en though a son of God. Carry the doe to yonder distant shrine, where dwell the sonsHercules, 79:there with them." "Why so, O Teacher wise? The doe is mine; mine by long search and travel, andHercules, 79:and travel, and mine likewise because I hold the doe close to my heart." "And are you not a son ofHercules, 79:therein? Bear to the shrine of God the sacred doe, and leave it there, O son of God." Hercules, 79:to the holy shrine of Mykenae, Hercules bore the doe, carrying it to the center of the holy placeHercules, 80:from the bow he had possessed and used. The doe was his by right of search. The doe was his byHercules, 80:used. The doe was his by right of search. The doe was his by right of skill and the prowess of hisHercules, 80:right of skill and the prowess of his arm. "The doe is therefore doubly mine," he said. ButHercules, 80:his loud cry of victory and said: "Not so. The doe is mine and always has been mine. I saw itsHercules, 80:its feet upon the ways of earth; I know the doe is mine, for every form is mine." The Sun-GodHercules, 80:The Sun-God spoke, from out the holy place. "The doe is mine, not yours, O Artemis! Its spiritHercules, 80:the Lord and saw the form of that which was the doe, lying before the altar, seeming dead. And inHercules, 80:O great Apollo, noble son of God, then know the doe is dead. The doe is slain by the man who is aHercules, 80:noble son of God, then know the doe is dead. The doe is slain by the man who is a son of man, e'enHercules, 80:may he pass within the shrine and we await the doe out here?" "Because he bore the doe within hisHercules, 80:we await the doe out here?" "Because he bore the doe within his arms, close to his heart, and inHercules, 80:close to his heart, and in the holy place the doe finds rest, and so does man. All men are mine.Hercules, 80:rest, and so does man. All men are mine. The doe is likewise mine, not yours, nor man's but mine."Hercules, 80:made their claim, nor faltered on, the Way. The doe is in the holy place, close to the heart of GodHercules, 81:nature of the test and from the nature of the doe, frequent must be the search. Forget this not,Hercules, 83:it manifests as intuition (symbolized by the doe). The intermediate stage is that of the intellect.Hercules, 83:Hercules to capture the golden horned Keryneian doe or hind. The word "hind" comes from an oldHercules, 83:which is elusive and difficult to secure. This doe was sacred to Artemis, the goddess of the moon;Hercules, 84:at last crowned his efforts and he seized the doe, flung it over his shoulder, "held it close toHercules, 85:- Labor IV - Part 2 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 2 (Cancer, June 21st - JulyHercules, 92:of the Labor We have seen that the hind or doe, for which Hercules sought, was sacred to Artemis,Hercules, 93:apparatus. Diana, the huntress, claimed the doe, because to her the doe is the intellect and man isHercules, 93:huntress, claimed the doe, because to her the doe is the intellect and man is the great seeker, theHercules, 93:the great hunter before the Lord. But the doe had another and more elusive form, and for thisHercules, 93:cycle, we are told, he hunted. It was not the doe, the instinct, for which he looked; it was notHercules, 93:instinct, for which he looked; it was not the doe, the intellect, that was the object of hisHercules, 94:it was claimed by the sun god [94] who in the doe recognized the spiritual intuition, thatHercules, 94:between Apollo, the sun god, who knew that the doe was the intuition, Diana, huntress of theHercules, 95:again, past the fourth Gate he chased the sacred doe clear to the temple of the Lord. Time cameHercules, 95:command. Thus time and time again, he placed the doe upon his heart and sought the temple of theHercules, 158:The moment you get that, you capture the timid doe of the intuition, and you begin to be intuitive,Hercules, 226:for us [226] in the capture of the elusive Doe, or Hind, sensitive and difficult to find. In his
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