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

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Astrology, 253:control of matter. Three of these goddesses are Eve, Isis, and Mary. They are of peculiar andAstrology, 253:in Virgo becomes the mother of the Christ child. Eve is the symbol of the mental nature, and of theAstrology, 253:be gained through the experience of incarnation. Eve, therefore, took the apple of knowledge fromAstrology, 253:down on to the emotional or astral plane. Eve has no child in her arms; the germ of the Christ lifeAstrology, 254:a synthesis of these three feminine aspects - Eve, Isis and Mary. She is the Virgin Mother,Astrology, 639:astrological magic - namely: it was Taurus-Eve; and Scorpio was Mars-Lupa, or Mars with the femaleAtom, 122:of very great discoveries, and are on the eve of profound revelations. In the human being, as heDiscipleship2, 752:the inner planes only to see it arrested on the eve of expression upon the plane of daily life. IFire, 748:WORD. * * * From the nadir to the zenith, from eve unto the Day be with us, from the circle ofHealing, 363:time Lilith symbolized the World Mother, until Eve took her place. Healing, 425:triumphant. Today, however, we are on the eve of seeing a complete change in this condition, owingHercules, 44:lantern can be traced back to the bull's eve in Taurus, and the pontifical bull, or the papalHercules, 61:Eden, as we know, the serpent gave the apple to Eve; and with the giving of that apple, and withHercules, 115:Down through the ages, be it Lilith or Isis, Eve or the Virgin Mary, all portray the mother of theHercules, 153:the serpent we meet in Genesis, which deluded Eve. The second one is Ophiuchus, the man whoHercules, 220:to note in this connection that on Christmas Eve, the brightest of the fixed stars, Sirius, is seenRays, 126:name given to the status of those who are on the eve of initiation or who are being prepared forRays, 763:by note, in misty dawn or sunny noon, at cool of eve, or sounding through the deep of night, that
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