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

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Astrology, 58:he thinks, so is he." When, however, he becomes Hercules, the Sun God (or solar Angel), he beginsAstrology, 144:expressed for us in the [144] legend of Hercules, the Sun-God who overcomes the nine-headed HydraAstrology, 204:the nature of the stupendous victory achieved by Hercules, the Sun-God, in this sign. It isAstrology, 204:names are pre-eminent in the minds of men - Hercules, the Buddha and the Christ - are associated inAstrology, 204:They passed from test to victory. In Scorpio - Hercules became the triumphant disciple. In Taurus -Astrology, 217:itself upon the astral plane. Will the world Hercules lift this problem up into heaven and "elevateAstrology, 243:Leo and Aquarius - The world Servers; i.e., Hercules. Sagittarius and Capricorn - The worldAstrology, 253:of the ancient [253] Amazons, whose queen Hercules defeated, wresting from her what he sought. ThisAstrology, 260:and this is previsioned for us in the story of Hercules in Scorpio when he raises the Hydra highAstrology, 315:life and not of death, as is generally supposed. Hercules comprehended the true meaning of theAstrology, 315:in Scorpio was the source of the strength of Hercules. But the Christ, knowing both the aboveAstrology, 346:which has entered through the two pillars of Hercules, the disciples (Jachin and Boaz), and throughAstrology, 386:of the wheel of life. You will remember how Hercules upon the Fixed Cross had to fashion his ownAstrology, 487:which is expressive of each decanate: Hercules - Scorpio - Strength through testing. Buddha -Atom, 152:others say that in the constellation of Hercules is the point of magnetic attraction for our solarBethlehem, 61:her knee. Mercury and Aesculapius, Bacchus and Hercules, Perseus and the Dioscuri, Mithras andBethlehem, 177:gods like Apollo or Dionysus among the Greeks, Hercules among the Romans, Mithra among theBethlehem, 178:so was the Persian Mithra; so was the Greek Hercules who overcame Death though his body wasBethlehem, 180:for such personages as Osiris, Mithra, Krishna, Hercules, Apollo and the rest. The question, inBethlehem, 237:in His steps. The same stories are told of Hercules, of Baldur, of Mithra, of Bacchus, and ofDestiny, 38:can never be surpassed. These three are: Hercules, the perfect disciple but not yet the perfectedDestiny, 38:just what rays controlled these Sons of God: Hercules, the Sun-God, had a first ray soul, a secondDestiny, 39:and working in cooperation with, the Hierarchy. Hercules has gone over into the Shamballa center,Destiny, 138:The third grade of divine messenger - Hercules. The sustaining Life, the third or outer Sun - theHercules The Labors of Hercules - The Zodiac The Zodiac The Presiding One looked forth upon the sons ofHercules, 3: The Labors of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study Foreword The Purpose of this Study The intenseHercules, 4:of that great and ancient Son of God, Hercules or Herakles, will be found to give us just such aHercules, 4:with fresh courage. We shall trace the story of Hercules and endeavor to show how he, in his twelveHercules, 5:of men down the ages. In the twelve labors of Hercules, that Path of Discipleship is depicted, andHercules, 5:and the reward of all the work done by Hercules. Hercules, 5: The Labors of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study The Nature of Discipleship It might be of valueHercules, 6:consummation. Such is the goal towards which Hercules worked, and such is the goal before humanityHercules, 6: The Labors of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study Astrological Connotations A secondary object ofHercules, 6:usually expressed. We shall trace the story of Hercules as he passed through the twelve signs ofHercules, 7:histories must disappear in the larger picture. Hercules astrologically enacted the life history ofHercules, 8:no distant heaven and in no subjective state did Hercules arrive at this knowledge. In the physicalHercules, 8:self-realization. In the study therefore of Hercules the disciple, and of Christ, the World Savior,Hercules, 8:Bethlehem to Calvary.) As we study the story of Hercules and go with him through his twelve labors,Hercules, 9: The Labors of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study The World Disciple Today The tests to whichHercules, 9:The World Disciple Today The tests to which Hercules willingly subjected himself and the laborsHercules, 9:path of ascension. Each one of us is an embryo Hercules, and each one of us faces the identicalHercules, 9:of the natural forces of the human nature. These Hercules has to face in every possible combinationHercules, 9:changed and eliminated, and we shall find Hercules learning the lesson that to grasp anything forHercules, 9:and selflessness. This is the lesson that Hercules brings to us, and this is the demonstration [10]Hercules, 10:for us this great drama, which the story of Hercules elucidates in detail for the aspirant. Hercules, 10: The Labors of Hercules - The Purpose of this Study Key Thoughts Four key thoughts can be givenHercules, 11:of the outer form and the inner life [11] that Hercules wrestles. He knew himself to be the form,Hercules, 13:which is portrayed for us in the story of Hercules, the Sun-God. The moment that the intellectualHercules, 13:the "silent Beholder" awakens into activity. Hercules starts upon his labors. The human being,Hercules, 14: The Labors of Hercules - The Myth Hercules the Disciple - The Myth He stood before his Teacher.Hercules, 14: The Labors of Hercules - The Myth Hercules the Disciple - The Myth He stood before his Teacher.Hercules, 14:for an answer. "Herakles", the answer came, "or Hercules. They tell me that it means Hera's rareHercules, 14:other is a son of God." "What of your training, Hercules, my son? What can you do and how have youHercules, 15:desire to serve." The Teacher sat in silence and Hercules withdrew and faced the first great Gate.Hercules, 15:called. The gods replied. They came and gave to Hercules their gifts and many words of sage advice,Hercules, 15:himself, A golden breastplate Vulcan forged for Hercules, to guard his heart, the source of lifeHercules, 15:with horses twain and handed them, in leash, to Hercules. Straight from the place of waters cameHercules, 15:they, of beauty rare and proven strength. And Hercules was pleased, for he had yet to prove hisHercules, 16:which he proffered, in a silver sheath, to Hercules. He strapped it on the thigh of Hercules,Hercules, 16:to Hercules. He strapped it on the thigh of Hercules, bidding him keep it sharp and bright. "ItHercules, 16:precision and acquired skill must move." And Hercules, with joyous words, tendered his thanks. HeHercules, 16:Apollo came and with his light and charm cheered Hercules, giving him a bow, a bow of light.Hercules, 16:the Archer. Yet when the gift was proffered, Hercules took it, confident of power, a power as yetHercules, 16: The Labors of Hercules - Elaboration of the Myth Elaboration of the Myth We come now to aHercules, 16:of the Myth We come now to a consideration of Hercules himself. It is a most interesting story, andHercules, 17:the twelve famous labors, and of them we read: "Hercules, by the will of Jupiter, was subjected toHercules, 17:early name was Alkeides, which was changed to Hercules after he had undergone a strange experience,Hercules, 17:he started forth upon his labors. The name Hercules was originally Herakles, which signifies "theHercules, 17:glorious consummation of all the undertakings of Hercules. We are told that he had a divine fatherHercules, 18:which grows out of this realized duality. Hercules was the disciple, living in a physical body, butHercules, 18:truth. Whilst still an infant, we are told that Hercules killed his twin. He was no longer aHercules, 19:flesh the law of sin." (Romans, VII, 21-25). As Hercules grew up, we are told, great care was givenHercules, 20:who can both love and teach his fellowmen. So Hercules was trained in all accomplishments and couldHercules, 20:believe. We shall find in the third labor which Hercules performed, in the sign Gemini, that he wasHercules, 21: The Labors of Hercules - Elaboration of the Myth "Number eight is the circle which we have alreadyHercules, 21:causes." (Sepher Yetzira, No. 30). This is what Hercules, at the age of eighteen, is setting out toHercules, 22:of a particular group of believers. When Hercules had recovered from his insanity, as heHercules, 24:One point might be made here. In the history of Hercules we are told nothing of what he ever said;Hercules, 24:he did but also what he said. In the silence of Hercules and in his steady accomplishment, noHercules, 25:work. The wisdom that was now realized by Hercules because he had made the at-one-ment with theHercules, 25:With the aid of Neptune and the rapid steeds, Hercules could be en rapport with the most distantHercules, 25:Mercury added to the other gifts bestowed upon Hercules that of mental analysis and discrimination.Hercules, 25:the Sun God himself, became interested in Hercules and pondered what he could give him that wouldHercules, 25:of his path, when needed. Thus equipped, Hercules stands ready for the great endeavor. And when allHercules, 27: The Labors of Hercules - Labor I LABOR I The Capture of the Man-eating Mares (Aries, March 21st -Hercules, 27:open wide. A voice came through that portal: "Hercules, my son, go forth. Pass through the Gate andHercules, 27:reporting on the deed." With shouts of triumph Hercules rushed forth, running between the pillarsHercules, 27:was the command which fell upon the ears of Hercules. "Go, rescue this far land and those who liveHercules, 27:and those who live upon it." "Abderis," cried Hercules, "come forth and aid me with this task,"Hercules, 28:Wiser, grief-stricken, humble and discouraged, Hercules returned unto his task. He sought the maresHercules, 28:from fear, welcomed the deliverer, acclaiming Hercules as savior of the land. But Abderis layHercules, 28:land. But Abderis lay dead.The Teacher turned to Hercules and said: "Labor the first is ended; theHercules, 28: The Labors of Hercules - Labor I The Meaning of the Myth In combining this astrological andHercules, 28:we shall tell the story of the task which Hercules undertook, and the test to which King EurystheusHercules, 29:because of the characteristics conferred upon Hercules in that particular sign. Each sign subjectsHercules, 29:summarized. Life, consciousness and form meet in Hercules, the personal self, who, acting under theHercules, 29:the twelve labors, we follow the career of Hercules as he passes around the Zodiac from the signHercules, 30:the path of illusion and of appearances; but Hercules, the soul, follows the true Way, reverses theHercules, 30:figuratively speaking, goes against the tide. Hercules, the awakened soul, is realizing the day ofHercules, 30:for failure. The delightful part of the story of Hercules is his impulsiveness and the fact that he
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