|Autobiography, 25:say to one of the footmen, waiting at table: "James, fetch two saucers, please, and put MissAutobiography, 25:and put Miss Alice's elbows into them." This James obediently did and for the remainder of the mealAutobiography, 52:at a much later date, into the standard St. James Version. The same is true of biblicalBethlehem, 150:II. "After six days Jesus taketh Peter, James and John his brother, and bringeth them up into aBethlehem, 154:basic triplicity in the persons of Peter and James and John, and in their names we find the sameBethlehem, 154:image disappears, and God Himself shines forth. James, we are told, signifies "illusion,"Bethlehem, 158:episode through the eyes of others. Peter and James and John, through another apostle, Matthew,Bethlehem, 202:in the orthodox sense of the term. To St. James, sin is acting against knowledge, and he says "ToBethlehem, 202:good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin." (St. James, IV, 17.) There we have a real definition ofHercules, 173:we read that Christ took three disciples, Peter, James and John, up into a high mountain and wasHercules, 173:foundation, is the symbol of the physical body. James, the deceiver, symbolizes the emotionalIntellect, 76:and a guided intuition to do this. Did Sir James Jeans have a glimpse of this when he said:Intellect, 76:out of their space-time wrappings." - Jeans, Sir James, The Universe Around Us, page 339. Patanjali, 423:"Stand therefore... and having done all, stand." James gives us the same thought where he saysReappearance, 150:"Draw near to Him and He will draw near to you" (James IV, 8.) is the great injunction, emanatingSoul, 14:of Bergson and the pragmatism of William James." - Durant, Will, The Mansions of Philosophy, p.Soul, 66:Universe. And that great mathematical physicist, James Clerk Maxwell, concluded his article "Ether"