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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PARADISE
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Autobiography, 152:I got there at first, it seemed to me to be a paradise on earth. Everybody there appeared to me toBethlehem, 213:XXIII, 34.) "To day thou shalt be with me in paradise." (St. Luke XXIII, 43.) "Woman, behold thyBethlehem, 216:The factor which accorded him admission into paradise was a two-fold one. He recognized theBethlehem, 216:of the words, "To day, thou shalt be with me in paradise." In the first word from the Cross, JesusBethlehem, 217:could endure unto the end, was his entrance to "paradise" - a name connoting bliss. Three words areBethlehem, 217:they do," and "To day thou shalt be with me in paradise," we have the significances of the firstPatanjali, 341:such a man... how that he was caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is notPsychology2, 148:the flaming sword, who stands before the gate of Paradise to turn away those who seek the fanciedPsychology2, 148:for that state of realization which we call Paradise is a place of essential danger for all, savePsychology2, 148:before he can pass through the five divisions of Paradise to the place where light dwells and thePsychology2, 494:unfulfiled) hopes as Plato's Republic, Milton's Paradise Regained and the best Utopian, idealistic
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