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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - HISTORICAL
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Astrology, 215:and twist and this is responsible for the sorry historical story of Christianity and the direAstrology, 327:I have indicated a most interesting new form of historical investigation and record. The history ofAstrology, 530:States - not because of their power, their historical past and their material resources orAstrology, 542:towards freedom which will later stand in the historical records as the outstanding characteristicBethlehem, 4:rational point of view, the question as to the historical accuracy of His story remains as yetBethlehem, 7:the letter veiled. We have agonized over the historical aspects of the Gospel narrative, over theBethlehem, 7:been totally ignored. We have fought over the historical Christ, and thus fighting, have lost sightBethlehem, 7:is for popular Christianity synonymous with the historical birth and earthly life of Christ, is forBethlehem, 9:eternally truth, in the cosmic sense, in the historical sense, and in its practical application toBethlehem, 11:may have for us, as individuals, more than an historical and personal interest? Is it not possibleBethlehem, 21:the process of initiation. The fact that the historical Christ existed and walked on earth is theBethlehem, 37:concerned, for as Dr. Schweitzer tells us: "The historical foundation of Christianity, asBethlehem, 37:to say that Christianity has therefore lost its historical foundation. The work which historicalBethlehem, 37:lost its historical foundation. The work which historical theology believed it must carry out, andBethlehem, 37:terra cotta veneer of the true indestructible, historical foundation, which is independent of anyBethlehem, 37:foundation, which is independent of any historical knowledge and proof - simply because it isBethlehem, 37:fact will be neither shaken nor confirmed by an historical knowledge." - The Mystery of the KingdomBethlehem, 55:Only now are we becoming aware that the historical evidence of His arrival on earth is historyBethlehem, 67:Christ, hidden in humanity down the ages; of the historical Christ, concealed within the form ofBethlehem, 71:union with God through Christ - through the historical Christ Who revealed God, and through theBethlehem, 82:God, immanent in humanity, revealed through the historical Christ. God, immanent in the individual,Bethlehem, 87:expression, and now this soul - Christ (as the historical representative of all a soul can be), theBethlehem, 93:The cosmic Christ, the mystic Christ, the historical Christ, and the individual Christ, are to allBethlehem, 126:saints, the seers and the Saviors of all time is historical and verifiable - as it is - then thatBethlehem, 153:does it symbolize? Apart from their possible historical appearance, does there lie behind them someBethlehem, 176:the necessity of realizing that the death of the historical Christ upon the Cross was not primarilyBethlehem, 180:been inclined to believe - that there was also a historical nucleus for such personages as Osiris,Bethlehem, 183:the church festivals today are based, not upon historical dates in connection with the outstandingBethlehem, 184:future Christ's incarnation, apart from its historical value, and apart from the keynote which HeBethlehem, 198:all Christians in those times supposed to be an historical character) is guilty from his birth ofBethlehem, 216:Christ knew. In His Person He was not only the historical Jesus Whom we know and love, but He wasBethlehem, 235:heard of Christ. Therefore belief in Him as an historical figure is not possible for them. We haveBethlehem, 239:on the Cross, yet eternally alive; Christ, the historical Savior, the founder of Christianity,Bethlehem, 260:the world of meaning, and, in the Person of the historical Christ, showed us the significance ofDestiny, 16:ray energy, and only the testimony of future historical records will indicate fully how wisely,Destiny, 49:lost to sight. Much could be written about the historical influence of the rays during the past twoDestiny, 104:States - not because of their power, their historical past and their material resources or [105]Discipleship2, 238:in the human consciousness, in any world or historical cycle. Today more truth is being recognizedDiscipleship2, 279:if his practical knowledge of mundane details - historical, geographical, economic, and cultural -Discipleship2, 386:the science of redemption. There is a true historical and spiritually esoteric significance in theDiscipleship2, 690:of some group, some school of thought, or some historical, or political sequence. You must learn toEducation, 38:requirement; to know something of past events - historical, geographical, literary, philosophicalEducation, 45:hatred and stimulated national prides? The first historical date usually remembered by the averageEducation, 85:Thus the child will absorb a vast amount of historical information, of creative activity and ofEducation, 86:and their lives subjected to research, both historical and psychological. This will open up beforeEducation, 86:student's mind will not only be enriched with historical and literary facts but his imaginationEducation, 88:a Jew or a Gentile but only that each has an historical background and history which enables him toEducation, 101:and when his capacity to remember facts (historical, scientific, religious and other) had beenExternalisation, 110:words are needed far more than [110] learned, historical retrospection and suggested hypotheses. IExternalisation, 110:history constitutes only one page in a vast historical record and that the initiating events ofExternalisation, 123:of human beings off the face of the earth. This historical event has been preserved for us in theExternalisation, 129:to meet force with force, to restore ancient and historical boundaries, to impose some cultureExternalisation, 131:foundations of which have been laid in a long historical past of preparation for government;Externalisation, 137:The causes of the present war are ancient. This historical sequence of the predisposing factors canExternalisation, 183:- Section II - The General World Picture Historical Background Throughout the Middle Ages, the ruleExternalisation, 184:nations; the demand for the righting of ancient historical wrongs influences others; theExternalisation, 194:fact is simply an indication of man's stupidity. Historical backgrounds, climatic conditions andExternalisation, 196:by prejudice, by pride of race, or by instilled historical resentments. By right education littleExternalisation, 209:in a non-partisan spirit. The emphasis upon past historical boundaries as a determining factor isExternalisation, 215:what it wants, irrespective of any other rights, historical and legal possessions or the will ofExternalisation, 218:because of past national mistakes and historical sins and failures is an unwarranted alibi; theExternalisation, 354:Problem. It is included here to preserve the historical sequence of the teaching in relation toExternalisation, 370:nations. Any adjustment made upon the basis of historical tradition or ancient boundaries will onlyExternalisation, 375:It must be helped to die. Minorities with historical backgrounds but no territorial rights areExternalisation, 375:or isolationist spirit, emerging out of an historical past, out of racial complexes, out ofExternalisation, 391:for His beloved Son. To these basic facts of the historical record, we must add the realizationExternalisation, 394:relationship has focused itself throughout the historical record by means of certain greatExternalisation, 429:what it is all about; they view this great historical climax from the purely self-centered angleExternalisation, 488:New Age, Vol. II. Pages 148-151, to preserve the historical sequence of the issuing of the threeExternalisation, 536:circumstance; however, from the angle of man's historical past, humanity was the engineer of itsExternalisation, 589:human family, through a close consideration of historical processes, and through a comparativeExternalisation, 590:the impossible Deity and the feeble Christ which historical Christianity has endorsed. A Christ WhoExternalisation, 591:every man and revealed in perfection through the historical Christ and His great Brothers down theExternalisation, 591:the Christ. Chronologically they belong in the historical sequence here given). Year after year IExternalisation, 618:be founded on a belief in the veracity of the historical records which bear witness to many adventsExternalisation, 658:spirit and discipline will emerge later in the historical processes of humanity. 6. The energy ofExternalisation, 670:and that all that has occurred in man's historical past, and all that has happened lately, isExternalisation, 685:in human history, the purpose of past events - historical and psychological - can be clearly notedFire, viii:hypothesis to be proved less by scholasticism, historical foundation and authority, and more by theFire, 563:early third root-race, the Lemurian. The same historical fact is hinted at also in the Bible inFire, 984:of words. We can equally follow up the historical development of this root until we reach the ZendFire, 1082:investigator many hints of an evolutionary and historical value. Again we might append a briefHealing, 262:the fact of some initiating world of causes. Historical conditions, the relationships betweenHercules, 10:Cross of the heavens; this is the story of the historical Christ, given us in the gospel story andHercules, 210:cross of the heavens. This is the story of the historical Christ, given us in the gospel story andInitiation, 58:Court. Reference to him can be found in old historical books, and he was particularly before theMagic, 406:co-workers. As can be seen in any intelligent historical retrospect, the work that they did for theMagic, 606:in terms of universals. Let them look at the historical retrospect as part of the emergingPatanjali, 9:representing that [9] Principle, whether in the historical reference to the Man of Nazareth orPatanjali, 276:desire for some form of experience or other. The historical record pertaining to races, nations,Problems, 15:of the masses. This is the true sequence of the historical process. Problems, 23:Nations Poland As for the Polish people, a long historical past lays upon them the responsibilityProblems, 37:as minimum requirements, plus some knowledge of historical and geographical events. Some of theProblems, 39:and racial inheritance, both creative and historical, he adds an understanding of the spiritual andProblems, 43:and stimulated national prides? The first historical date usually remembered by the average BritishProblems, 58:Thus the child will absorb a vast amount of historical information, of creative activity and ofProblems, 59:and their lives subjected to research, both historical and psychological. This will open up beforeProblems, 59:student's mind will not only be enriched with historical and literary facts but his imaginationProblems, 61:a Jew or a Gentile but only that each has an historical background which enables him to contributeProblems, 85:The racial problem is badly obscured by its historical retrospect and presentation, much of which
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