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

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Hercules, 117:but woe betide those by whom it comes, and so Hercules failed to understand his spiritual mission,Hercules, 117:you have not understood". And silence fell, and Hercules, gathering the girdle to his breast,Hercules, 117:deed of love when, at the risk of his own life, Hercules rescued Hesione and earned from the [118]Hercules, 118:noted also that the labor was not described to Hercules as in other cases. The word went out onlyHercules, 118:woman's world, all men excluded. It was left for Hercules to understand the nature of the labor,Hercules, 118: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VI The Two Ways As always there is a choice for good or evil beforeHercules, 120:of the constellations and it is notable that Hercules, though he had passed through five GatesHercules, 121:sin, the greatest of his whole pilgrimage, that Hercules committed in Virgo, when he did notHercules, 121:of the whole". We still make the mistake of Hercules, when we forget that the triangle of theHercules, 123: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VI Significance of the Sign and its Polar Opposite In the Mermaid,Hercules, 124: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VII LABOR VII The Capture of the Erymanthian Boar (Libra, SeptemberHercules, 125:of the coming test, went forth and spoke to Hercules. "Go forth, my son, and capture the wild boar;Hercules, 125:ravaged country, yet take the time to eat." And Hercules went forth. And Hercules, who is a son ofHercules, 125:the time to eat." And Hercules went forth. And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God,Hercules, 125:Apollo gave to him a brand-new bow to use. Quoth Hercules: 'I will not take it with me on the way,Hercules, 125:the gods. They stopped and talked and for a time Hercules forgot the object of his search. AndHercules, 125:the object of his search. And Pholos called to Hercules, inviting him to broach [126] a cask ofHercules, 126:were present. It belonged unto the group. But Hercules and Pholos opened it in the absence of theirHercules, 126:other centaurs sorrowed with lamentations loud, Hercules escaped again into the mountains high, andHercules, 126:came out, and still the boar outdistanced him. Hercules pondered on his task and sought withinHercules, 126:Into the snare the boar fell and in due time Hercules released the savage beast, making it theHercules, 127:from the snowy summit of the mountain high came Hercules, rejoicing on the way, driving before him,Hercules, 127:weary boar and the laughing, singing man. Thus Hercules performed his seventh labor and returnedHercules, 127:that which you should love. Learn why." And Hercules stayed within the city gates and thereHercules, 127: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VII Prologue "The Mythus is the undisclosed thought of the soul."Hercules, 129:labor that does. Down from the mountain came Hercules, trundling the boar like a wheelbarrow,Hercules, 129:delightful; and this despite the fact that again Hercules made a dire mistake. The Teacher had toldHercules, 129:Teacher had told him to "take time to eat", but Hercules took time for a drunken orgy with two wiseHercules, 129:on that point and also on the fact that, while Hercules took every precaution not to kill the boar,Hercules, 129:light we bear). There is no special praise, Hercules just passed, not cum laude; but the seventhHercules, 129:may abide it?" Reflections of a Libran Before Hercules captured the Erymanthian boar, he sat at theHercules, 130:conviviality, seeking and finding pleasure. For Hercules, as for all who assume the labor that mustHercules, 130:is to be noted that the quaffing of the wine by Hercules leads to a tragedy, the death of Pholos.Hercules, 130:when the personality life has lost its allure. Hercules does not use brute force in taking the boarHercules, 130:When the boar flounders in the snowdrifts, Hercules seizes his opportunity. It is curiously LibranHercules, 130:ends gently, not coercively. We are told that Hercules seizes the hind legs of the boar, andHercules, 131:that ends in a burst of laughter. Not only does Hercules perform the task assigned; he makes theHercules, 131:ridiculous overtones. The graphic description of Hercules driving the boar by its hind legs is aHercules, 131: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VII Like a busy spider, the Libran is perpetually spinning threadsHercules, 135: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VII The Rulers of Libra and Its Opposite Sign The opposite sign ofHercules, 139:we all have to do... The two good centaurs that Hercules killed are known as Cherion (good thought)Hercules, 140: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII LABOR VIII Destroying the Lernaean Hydra (Scorpio, OctoberHercules, 140:Teacher heard the golden command, and summoned Hercules, the son of God who was also the son ofHercules, 140:destroy one head, two grow apace." Expectantly Hercules waited. "One word of counsel only I mayHercules, 140:and conquer." Through Gate the eighth, then, Hercules passed. The stagnant swamp of Lerna was aHercules, 141:[141] within a space of seven miles. When Hercules approached, he had to pause, for the smell aloneHercules, 141:quicksands were a hazard, and more than once Hercules quickly withdrew his foot lest he be suckedHercules, 141:night, the hydra lay concealed. By day and night Hercules haunted the treacherous fen, awaiting aHercules, 141:within its fetid den. Resorting to a stratagem, Hercules dipped his arrows in burning pitch, andHercules, 141:furiously the water and the mud, bespattering Hercules. Three fathoms high the monster stood, aHercules, 141:conceived since time began. The hydra sprang at Hercules and sought to coil about his feet. HeHercules, 141:bog than two grew in its place. Again and again Hercules attacked the raging monster, but it grewHercules, 141:stronger, not weaker, with each assault. Then Hercules remembered that his Teacher had said, "weHercules, 141:"we rise by kneeling." Casting aside his club, Hercules knelt, grasped the hydra with his bareHercules, 142:forward. But only when they lifeless lay did Hercules perceive the mystic head that was immortal.Hercules, 142:perceive the mystic head that was immortal. Then Hercules cut off the hydra's one immortal head andHercules, 142:fiercely hissing, beneath a rock. Returning, Hercules stood before his Teacher. "The victory isHercules, 142: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII Introduction Again we find variations in the versions of theHercules, 142:so buried. In some accounts it is stated that Hercules burned off the heads, and the divine fireHercules, 143:authority. Psychological Analysis of the Myth Hercules was told to find the nine-headed hydra thatHercules, 143:or thought is overcome, others take its place. Hercules does three things: he recognizes theHercules, 143:expose them to the light of wisdom. As long as Hercules fought in the bog, amid the mud, slime, andHercules, 144: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII The Nine Heads of the Hydra The task assigned to Hercules hadHercules, 144:The Nine Heads of the Hydra The task assigned to Hercules had nine facets. Each head of the hydraHercules, 144:p. 205 et seq.) The dimensions of the task which Hercules undertook are thus plainly apparent. HeHercules, 144:Men today are still striving to achieve what Hercules succeeded in accomplishing. Problems arisingHercules, 145:the powers of mankind thousands of years after Hercules accomplished his extraordinary feat. TheHercules, 145:feat. The three qualities of character that Hercules had to express were humility, courage andHercules, 145:in trying to deal with this formidable enemy. Hercules invokes a brighter light than that of theHercules, 145: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII Fighting the Hydra: Modern Version A consideration of the nineHercules, 146:with all living things? The experience of Hercules indicates that such possibilities exist, andHercules, 147:Can these fears be eliminated? The experience of Hercules suggests that they can be overcome byHercules, 148:further beyond the circle of human sympathies. Hercules falls to his knees as he struggles with theHercules, 149:of disparate nations, rather than as one world. Hercules had to see the hydra as one monster, not aHercules, 150:of active compassion still remains. In two tests Hercules "killed" when he should have loved, butHercules, 150:future undertaking. Such is the achievement of Hercules, psychologically speaking, in this labor.Hercules, 150:A cleansing process has taken place, and Hercules is now ready to embark upon the next labor inHercules, 150: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII Applications to Life (Condensation of lecture by Alice Bailey)Hercules, 150:will engross us for a long time because, unlike Hercules, we have not triumphed over the hydra.Hercules, 151:does not seem to function. As we study Hercules, we see ourselves. Remember that there are threeHercules, 151:that matter, form, cannot hold him any longer. Hercules has to demonstrate to himself that form isHercules, 152: The Labors of Hercules - Labor VIII What is Death? There are three death signs in the zodiac;Hercules, 153:Gemini, in the gathering of the golden apples, Hercules also wrestled with Antares. Here again inHercules, 153:eagle, is the bird out of time and space and as Hercules struggles with the hydra he looks up, seesHercules, 154:he aspires. The third constellation is called Hercules and portrays the aspirant looking not at theHercules, 154:are difficult. but I will get a crown some day." Hercules, the disciple, is not concerned about theHercules, 155: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IX LABOR IX Killing the Stymphalian Birds (Sagittarius, NovemberHercules, 155:place of peace the Teacher stood, and spoke to Hercules. "O son of God who art also a son of man,"Hercules, 155:the ninth you now must go." Forward, then, went Hercules, the son of man who was also the son ofHercules, 155:and in strength. Three birds, perceiving Hercules, swooped down upon him. He stood his ground, andHercules, 155:the birds withdrew. Before the marsh stood Hercules, and pondered how he might achieve the taskHercules, 156:Nor boat nor human feet could traverse the bog. Hercules paused. The words he then recalled ofHercules, 156:and so harsh it could affright the dead. To Hercules himself the sound was so intolerable, heHercules, 156:when the marsh was dense with countless birds, Hercules returned. The cymbals then he sharplyHercules, 156:as it flickered on the darkening landscape. When Hercules returned, the Teacher greeted him: "TheHercules, 157:dealt with the stupendous sign Scorpio, in which Hercules demonstrated to himself the fact that heHercules, 158: The Labors of Hercules - Labor IX Let us narrow the story down to Hercules, the aspirant, and whatHercules, 158:- Labor IX Let us narrow the story down to Hercules, the aspirant, and what he has done in eachHercules, 158:and what he has done in each sign. In Aries, Hercules began on the plane of the mind in hisHercules, 158:into their consciousness at all. In Cancer, Hercules began to get that viewpoint. The moment you
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