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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PAGAN
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Bethlehem, 59:Origen, explicitly say He was born in a cave." - Pagan Christ, by J. M. Robertson, p. 338. InBethlehem, 61:who doubted the truth of the Resurrection!" - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, p.Bethlehem, 63:of the Anglian nation', by which he means the pagan English before their settlement in BritainBethlehem, 63:England its identification with the joyous old pagan Yule - a word apparently meaning aBethlehem, 177:world had been the scene of a vast number of pagan creeds and rituals. There were Temples withoutBethlehem, 178:they were commemorated by Eucharistic meals." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter,Bethlehem, 178:goes on to say, in the same book: "The number of pagan deities (mostly virgin-born and done toBethlehem, 179:similar legends are, or were, to be found." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp.Bethlehem, 181:the human heart, and of human consciousness." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter,Bethlehem, 181:This has ever been recognized by the so-called pagan faiths. If the symbolism of the cross isBethlehem, 195:Scriptures, but He also fulfiled those of the pagan world, and therein lay the great appeal ofMeditation, 197:and esoteric bodies. In the old, so-called pagan rites the value of rhythm was well understood andSoul, 146:and powers of perception." - Carpenter, Edward, Pagan and Christian Creeds; Their Origin andSoul, 160:the Threshold of the Unseen, Sir William Barrett Pagan and Christian Creeds, Edward Carpenter
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