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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SLAIN
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Astrology, 82:But, from the Cross whereon he has been slain - e'en though he knew it not - the man climbs downAstrology, 98:Dying underlies the well-known phrase. "the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world," and whenBethlehem, 18:reconcile both unto God in one body, having slain the enmity in himself." (Eph., II, 15, 16,Bethlehem, 48:the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be slain, and be raised the third day... If any manBethlehem, 162:and believing in the cosmic Christ, "the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world," (Rev., XIII,Discipleship1, 561:Way; I tread upon the work I do; I mount upon my slain self; I forego peace; I forfeit rest, and inExternalisation, 269:we have for long thought in terms of the "Lamb, slain from the foundations of the world," and inExternalisation, 304:so well-known in the Christian fields: "The Lamb slain from the foundation of the world." In theExternalisation, 304:then initiates spoke of the "sacrificial horse, slain to all eternity." It conveys the same basicHercules, 18:is only discovered when the other two have been slain. [19] This sense of duality is the firstHercules, 31:underlies the words in the Bible, "The Lamb slain from the foundation of the world," (Rev. XIII, 8)Hercules, 80:of God, then know the doe is dead. The doe is slain by the man who is a son of man, e'en though aHercules, 99:you strangled him. The lion and serpents must be slain again and once again. Well done, my son, goHercules, 119:literal. Even as the old practice of offering slain animals at the altar passed, so should pass theHercules, 127:reflect upon the tests, my son. Twice have you slain that which you should love. Learn why." AndHercules, 129:the past" (Libra's assessment). "Twice have you slain that which you should love. Learn why." ThatInitiation, 213:Way; I tread upon the work I do; I mount upon my slain self; I kill desire, and I strive,Magic, 162:a recognized truism, that people are frequently slain (in the occult and therefore in the morePatanjali, 419:who, groping, cry of thirst. That which hath slain and veiled the Real for many lengthy aeons isPatanjali, 419:veiled the Real for many lengthy aeons is itself slain, and with its death the separated life isPsychology2, 135:Way; I tread upon the work I do, I mount upon my slain self; I kill desire, and I strive,
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