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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - HERCULES
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Hercules, 69:significance of these two names, a portrayal of Hercules, as he works out his own salvation and asHercules, 70: The Labors of Hercules - Labor III - Part 2 The Lesson of the Labor The whole of this story reallyHercules, 70:know not how to make their goal! So they, as Hercules did start on the fivefold search. [71] TheHercules, 71:they been able to recognize the happening. Like Hercules, they meet Nereus, the symbol of theHercules, 72:that They carry. At the beginning of his search, Hercules met Nereus; but he was not impressed andHercules, 73:the shadow of desire for self-benefit ...". Hercules, the disciple, has known the touch of theHercules, 74:with him. As the myth states, for a long time Hercules could not conquer, but when he lifted theHercules, 74:mind. The next stage of the search of Hercules is equally applicable to humanity as a whole. HeHercules, 75:a great teacher. For a long period of [75] time Hercules was kept in bondage. The world today isHercules, 75:patience, the goal will surely be yours." But Hercules freed himself, as do all sincere seekers;Hercules, 75:I might so express it, of the desire nature, and Hercules freed himself from the vultures of desireHercules, 75:Atlas. After the sacrifice comes the reward, and Hercules received his great surprise after freeingHercules, 76:on the physical plane. She gives an apple to Hercules, saying, "The way to us is ever through deedsHercules, 76:is ever opened by Love-Wisdom, and she gives to Hercules an apple marked with the golden wordHercules, 76:of initiation, typifies the Will. She says to Hercules, "Tread the Way". Body, soul and spirit;Hercules, 77: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 1Hercules, 77:fourth test." Before the fourth great Gate stood Hercules; a son of man and yet a son of God. AtHercules, 77:a hill nearby there stood a slender fawn. And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God,Hercules, 78:is mine, not yours, and mine it shall remain." Hercules, standing between the pillars of the Gate,Hercules, 78:said: "The doe belongs to neither maid, O Hercules, but to the God whose shrine you see on yonderHercules, 78: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 Through the fourth Gate sprang Hercules, leaving behindHercules, 78:Labor IV - Part 1 Through the fourth Gate sprang Hercules, leaving behind the many gifts receivedHercules, 78:doe and, when due cause arose, they each deluded Hercules, seeking to foil his efforts. He chasedHercules, 79:the doe is mine! the doe is mine!" "Not so, O Hercules," came to his ears the voice of one whoHercules, 79: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 Then to the holy shrine of Mykenae, Hercules bore theHercules, 79:IV - Part 1 Then to the holy shrine of Mykenae, Hercules bore the doe, carrying it to the center ofHercules, 80:mine, not yours, nor man's but mine." And Hercules, returning from the test, passed through theHercules, 81:need, close to my heart also." "Go look again, O Hercules, my son, between the pillars of theHercules, 81:my son, between the pillars of the Gate." And Hercules obeyed. Beyond the Gate, the landscapeHercules, 81: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 Synthesis of the Signs Cancer is the last of what weHercules, 82:illumination, intuition and soul power of which Hercules, the aspirant, is capable, are utilized toHercules, 83:brief summation of the signs, as they affect Hercules, will serve to give some idea of theHercules, 83:is that of the intellect. The great need of Hercules now is to develop his intuition and to becomeHercules, 83: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 1 Meaning of the Story Eurystheus, therefore, sentHercules, 83:Meaning of the Story Eurystheus, therefore, sent Hercules to capture the golden horned KeryneianHercules, 83:it and there was a quarrel as to ownership. Hercules accepted the charge of Eurystheus and set outHercules, 85: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 2 LABOR IV The Capture of the Doe or Hind - Part 2Hercules, 85:crab that was sent by Hera to bite the foot of Hercules. (Again we meet this symbol in theHercules, 89: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IV - Part 2 Symbols The astrological symbol for the sign Cancer hasHercules, 92:We have seen that the hind or doe, for which Hercules sought, was sacred to Artemis, the moon, butHercules, 93:had another and more elusive form, and for this Hercules, the aspirant, sought. For a life cycle,Hercules, 95: The Labors of Hercules - Labor V LABOR V The Slaying of the Nemean Lion (Leo, July 22nd- AugustHercules, 95:at his right hand and listened to his words. And Hercules rested from his labors. And the greatHercules, 95:is the labor just ahead. Let him prepare." But Hercules, resting from his labors, wot not the trialHercules, 95:rested he. Before the fifth great Gate stood Hercules, armed to the teeth with all the gifts of warHercules, 96:What do I here?" "A call has sounded forth, O Hercules, a call of deep distress. Your outer earsHercules, 96:men." "Is that the savage sound I hear?" asked Hercules. "Is it the roaring of a lion I hear, uponHercules, 96:behind locked doors. What will you do, O Hercules? What will you do?" And Hercules, with listeningHercules, 96:will you do, O Hercules? What will you do?" And Hercules, with listening ear, responded to theHercules, 97: The Labors of Hercules - Labor V From place to place passed Hercules, seeking the lion. He foundHercules, 97:of Hercules - Labor V From place to place passed Hercules, seeking the lion. He found the people ofHercules, 97:the light of day, yet full of fear. They greeted Hercules with joy at first, with questioningHercules, 97:a frail wooden club. "Where are your arms, O Hercules? Have you not fear? Why seek the lion withoutHercules, 97:following its voice. "The lion is where?" asked Hercules. "The lion is here," came the reply. "No,Hercules, 97:said: "I saw its tracks upon a path I trod, so, Hercules, list to my voice and track him to hisHercules, 97:list to my voice and track him to his lair. Thus Hercules pursued his way, afraid yet unafraid;Hercules, 97:roar the young trees shook, the Nemeans fled and Hercules stood still. [98] Hercules grasped hisHercules, 98:the Nemeans fled and Hercules stood still. [98] Hercules grasped his bow and sheath of arrows andHercules, 98:his path, amazed at prowess hitherto unmet. For Hercules came on. Suddenly the lion turned andHercules, 98:on. Suddenly the lion turned and rushed ahead of Hercules into a thicket on the rocky sides of theHercules, 98:lion disappeared and was no more seen or heard. Hercules paused upon the Way and silent stood. HeHercules, 98:seemed to bid him stay or lose his life. And Hercules stood still, shouting unto the people of theHercules, 98:is here. Await the deed that I shall do." And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God,Hercules, 98:behind him, not before. "What shall I do?" said Hercules unto himself, "this cave has openingsHercules, 99:enemy of man; lower and lower sank the lion, yet Hercules held on. And thus he killed the lion withHercules, 99:the son of man, who is a son of God, named Hercules." Thus Hercules returned in triumph to the OneHercules, 99:man, who is a son of God, named Hercules." Thus Hercules returned in triumph to the One Who sentHercules, 99:thus the lion and slaughtered it." "Again, O Hercules, you slew a lion. Again you strangled him.Hercules, 100: The Labors of Hercules - Labor V The Number Five In the fifth sign, Leo, Hercules performs thatHercules, 100:Labor V The Number Five In the fifth sign, Leo, Hercules performs that one of his labors which isHercules, 100:the Nemean lion has always been associated with Hercules, though it is interesting to note thatHercules, 100:labor has no relation to the lion's skin which Hercules always wore. That was the skin of the lionHercules, 103:from danger and peril, Eurystheus imposes upon Hercules the tremendous task of slaying the NemeanHercules, 103:and people were unable to do anything about it. Hercules found that the only way in which he couldHercules, 103:block one of the openings to the cave, and this Hercules did. Then he chased the lion into the caveHercules, 103:an encounter that took place unseen by anybody; Hercules and the lion in the dark and the gloom ofHercules, 103: The Labors of Hercules - Labor V The Field of the Labor The sign Leo is one of the four arms ofHercules, 104:as the Light of the World. The problem before Hercules, therefore, was the problem of the sign; theHercules, 107:from him, but which he ended by drinking. So Hercules, the aspirant, expressing himself in Leo,Hercules, 108: The Labors of Hercules - Labor V The Lesson of the Labor Two thoughts, taken out of the ChristianHercules, 108:the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof." Hercules, the aspirant, the soul, symbolized theHercules, 108:lesson intended to be learned by the fact that Hercules tracked the lion to a cave that had twoHercules, 109:of the sun gods, and this labor of Hercules has again and again been enacted by a few here and aHercules, 109:self. We are not alone in our struggle, as Hercules was, but we form part of a great group of sunHercules, 110:scientific, interpretation of this cave which Hercules entered. The Aryan race, to which we belong,Hercules, The So:has its lair, and it is here that the sun god, Hercules, must conquer. [111] For centuries theHercules, 111:the cave with two openings, one of which Hercules had to close before he could control theHercules, 112: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VI LABOR VI Seizing the Girdle of Hippolyte (Virgo, August 22nd -Hercules, From n:One called unto him the Teacher watching over Hercules. "The time is drawing near," he said, "howHercules, From n:Lord. And then the word went forth. "Arise, O Hercules, and pass the sixth great Gate." AnotherHercules, From n:Another word likewise went forth, though not to Hercules, but unto those who dwelt upon the shoresHercules, 113:on his way there comes a warrior whose name is Hercules, a son of man and yet a son of God; to himHercules, 113:e'er again you seek my face." Silence fell and Hercules, gathering the girdle to his breast, soughtHercules, 114:Unto the shores of the great sea again came Hercules. Close to the rocky shore he saw a monster ofHercules, 114:sighs rose to high heaven and smote the ears of Hercules, lost in regret and knowing not the pathHercules, 114:mouth. Down the red tunnel of his throat rushed Hercules, in search of Hesione; finding her deepHercules, 114:looked on. Through the sixth Gate again passed Hercules, and seeing this and seeing both the girdleHercules, 115: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VI Introduction It is said that, from some aspects, Virgo is theHercules, 116:It is interesting that the two labors which, "Hercules, though he won eventually, performed badlyHercules, 117:to the error? Perhaps this: she proffered to Hercules the girdle of unity, given her by Venus,
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