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Astrology, 637:This is the first germ of that which grew later into the Tree of Astrology and Astrolatry." (S.D.Atom, 66:form (religious dogmas and doctrines) gradually grew and took shape. Centuries ensued wherein theAutobiographygiven no respite. The heart and blood condition grew steadily worse. During the last two years ofAutobiography, 59:crumb of one of my buns had dropped on a foot. I grew accustomed to the noise of the great guns andAutobiography, 59:evenings that their batteries had been firing. I grew accustomed to drunkenness and learnt not toAutobiography, 68:from me but a kind word. That I gave him, for I grew to like him. When he came to die he sent forAutobiography, 125:his stipend was ever sent to me and his letters grew increasingly abusive. They were full ofAutobiography, 129:it. I learnt to like them very much and we grew to be good friends. I never, however, learnt toAutobiography, 156:not contest it. During 1919 Foster Bailey and I grew more and more active in Theosophical work andAutobiography, 191:to the class on Madison Avenue. These classes grew and prospered until they aroused definiteBethlehem, 47:what He had to do. The ideas developed as He grew older. After the first initiation, the Birth atBethlehem, 75:to their own city Nazareth. And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom, andBethlehem, 200:mankind. Thus little by little [200] the idea grew until, at last, the salvation concept might beDestiny, 150:wherein all we know is that the infant Jesus grew to manhood and could then take the secondDiscipleship1, 697:fed by his experience, unfolded as his wisdom grew and his capacity to further the hierarchicalDiscipleship2, 402:teaching anent the "vicarious at-one-ment." This grew out of a basic confusion between the Law ofExternalisation, 90:then to do their work, and the prison bars grew firm as steel...But time persisted and the seven -Externalisation, 121:form of desire (embryonic aspiration) steadily grew during Atlantean times and this earlyExternalisation, 122:materialism and the other the energy of light) grew gradually wider until towards the close of theExternalisation, 182:nations are guilty. Steadily, [182] as the world grew closer, the lines of cleavage and theExternalisation, 184:through aggression and slaughter. As the nations grew more closely interrelated, their influenceFire, 12:union, each in his group assigned. The moulds grew fast beneath their hands. The sacred plane ofFire, 13:that move within the kingdom of Varuna. They grew and multiplied. In constant flux they swayed.Fire, 15:and seven times great the heat. More solid grew the formless mass, and deeper sank the Stone. ToFire, 19:response from Those Whose hour had come. Dark grew the space between the spheres. Radiant two ballsHealing, 58:evils and the extent of the disease which grew up out of the fertile Lemurian life, resulting fromHealing, 294:point within each man. And thus the conflict grew from the outermost to the innermost, from theHealing, 299:[299] to plane, this hardening proceeded; it grew and stiffened. His will was set, andHealing, 303:the outlines of the forms so loved were lost, grew dim and disappeared. The objects of His loveHercules, 19:law of sin." (Romans, VII, 21-25). As Hercules grew up, we are told, great care was given to hisHercules, 54:the word went forth. Far in a distant country grew the sacred tree, the tree of wisdom, and on itHercules, 54:the sacred tree, the tree of wisdom, and on it grew the golden apples of the Hesperides. The fameHercules, 57:accepted all he said. Weaker from day to day he grew, until there came a day when his loved teacherHercules, 61:there was a garden containing a tree whereon grew the golden apples; that the tree was guarded byHercules, 99:throat and choked the lion. Feebler and feebler grew the roars of hate and fear; weaker and weakerHercules, 99:the roars of hate and fear; weaker and weaker grew the enemy of man; lower and lower sank the lion,Hercules, 141:this horrid head fallen into the bog than two grew in its place. Again and again Hercules attackedHercules, 141:Hercules attacked the raging monster, but it grew stronger, not weaker, with each assault. ThenHercules, 141:through its loathsome frame. Fainter and fainter grew its struggles till the [142] victory was won.Hercules, 170:into the binding worlds of form. The atmosphere grew stifling, the darkness steadily more intense.Hercules, 196:perceived a distant cloud of dust that rapidly grew larger. Surmising that the monster Geryon hadProblems, 74:the finest type of craftsmanship. These groups grew in power as the centuries slipped by yet theProblems, 75:paternalism. The spirit of revolution grew among the herded, overworked masses who, by theirProblems, 75:countless millions. Educational facilities also grew and with this came the demand by the laboringProblems, 78:age of planetary inter-communication, this evil grew and spread. Capital became more and morePsychology1, 84:Each time it opened, the power within the temple grew; each time the light waxed stronger, for onePsychology1, 84:temple's veil and entered into life. The temple grew in beauty. Its lines, its walls, itsPsychology1, 93:of the present religious faiths. From this grew, automatically, the idea of a persistent entityPsychology1, 93:whilst in the human form. As the forms of man grew in sensitivity; as they became more and morePsychology1, 93:selection and of adaptation; as the group life grew closer and the group integration was improved;Psychology1, 93:of history, of tradition and of the arts grew richer and made its impress, so that ideas of GodPsychology1, 93:and made its impress, so that ideas of God grew, and likewise ideas of the soul and of the world,Psychology1, 93:soul and of the world, man's concepts of reality grew richer and deeper, so that today we are facedSoul, 42:After his arrival at the clinic, he rapidly grew worse and died in a month. An autopsy showed aTelepathy, 147:As the race of men developed, and consciousness grew greater and certain great expansions took
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