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

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Atom, 37:lies back of things. All, therefore, that we can predicate in connection with the ether of space isAtom, 43:may it not be logical to extend the idea and predicate a still greater Intelligence back of thatAtom, 102:atomic matter the only thing that we can safely predicate is that it shows intelligence, the powerAtom, 147:its central spiritual life, we should be able to predicate logically a similar state of affairs.Atom, 154:atom, to the planetary atom, and you can further predicate that the solar Logos reaches out to aFire, 229:formation, and is not yet perfected, so we may predicate the same of the solar system, as itFire, 238:elusive nature, that men are forced seemingly to predicate a source of energy, of life, ofFire, 305:exactitude carry the concept further still, and predicate action of a similar nature by the solarFire, 320:investigated by scientists, and much that they predicate concerning ether, the atom, radium, andFire, 342:in a Heavenly Man, and therefore we must equally predicate anent a solar Logos that cosmic mind, orFire, 353:and Ordered Purpose Thus all that we can really predicate anent the origin of manas is that it isFire, 436:Devotion or Idealism. It will not be possible to predicate much anent it, beyond pointing outHercules, 182:after all is the only hell one can possibly predicate) until they are no longer sheep, until theyHercules, 183:has transpired in the past, so enabling them to predicate what will happen in the future. WhatPatanjali, 414:The mind does not know itself, for that would predicate self-consciousness, and therefore notPatanjali, 414:explanations of the functions of the mind is to predicate its capacity to detach itself from itselfPsychology1, 22:we call Consciousness. Always, therefore, we predicate that which stands outside of the appearanceSoul, 99:determining life principle of God, Who, we can predicate, is the sum total of all forms, and of all
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