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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - SON
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Hercules, 14:One is of earth, thus earthly; the other is a son of God." "What of your training, Hercules, myHercules, 14:of God." "What of your training, Hercules, my son? What can you do and how have you been taught?"Hercules, 14:myself, within myself and through myself." "My son, that was a deed of wisdom, and now you canHercules, 15:of death. Forget this not. What is your age, my son?" "I had turned eighteen summers when I slewHercules, 15:and free indeed from all desire." "Boast not, my son, but prove to me the nature of this freedomHercules, 15:to prove your words and liberty. Boast not, my son, but prove to me your freedom and your deepHercules, 18:of an earthly father, and that the other was the son of Zeus. This is the great realization thatHercules, 22:balanced and sane life, which is the ideal for a son of God, is subordinated to a fanaticalHercules, 24:the right to speak. In the story of that greater Son of God, Jesus the Christ, we are told not onlyHercules, 27:A voice came through that portal: "Hercules, my son, go forth. Pass through the Gate and enter onHercules, 27:the sons of men, who are the sons of God. The son of Mars, Diomedes of fiery fame, ruled in theHercules, 30:on his efforts. He is told that Diomedes, the son of Mars, the god of war, possesses a large numberHercules, 31:central deity, God, or from the human being, a son of God. This energy streams forth in twoHercules, 35:mares were in the possession of Diomedes, the son of Mars. (But the esoteric ruler is Mercury,Hercules, 40:Tell us now thy name," said Steropes. "I am the son of Hera, a son of man and yet a son of God. IHercules, 40:name," said Steropes. "I am the son of Hera, a son of man and yet a son of God. I have performed myHercules, 40:"I am the son of Hera, a son of man and yet a son of God. I have performed my task. Take now theHercules, 41:sea unto this Holy Place. "Depart in peace, my son, your task is done." The Teacher saw him comingHercules, 49:it is impossible for a man to function as a son of God. If it is not possible for a man to live theHercules, 49:married; that the Buddha married and had a son, and must have been an initiate of high degree whenHercules, 54:of the Lord, had watched the labors of the son of man who is a son of God. He and the Teacher sawHercules, 54:watched the labors of the son of man who is a son of God. He and the Teacher saw the third greatHercules, 54:saw the third great Gate, opening before the son of man, revealing a new chance to tread the Way.Hercules, 54:me the quickest way and I will go!" "Not so, my son", replied the Teacher, "the way is long. TwoHercules, 55:skill and opportunity. Watch well. I fear, my son, that you will fail to recognize these pointsHercules, 55:was in speech and wise with the deep wisdom of a son of God, Nereus failed, for Hercules was blind.Hercules, 56:there he met Busiris, the great arch-deceiver, son of the waters, of close kin to Poseidon. His isHercules, Known:in mythology also as the giant, Antaeus, the son of Poseidon, god of waters, and Gea, the earth.Hercules, Known:was with glamor in another form. Busiris was a son of Poseidon, the god of the waters, but hisHercules, 72:efforts of our own soul. That soul is a divine son of God, omniscient and omnipotent. As theHercules, 77:the Teacher, standing by his side: "Where is the son of man who is the son of God? How fares he?Hercules, 77:by his side: "Where is the son of man who is the son of God? How fares he? How is he tested andHercules, 77:The Teacher said, casting his eye upon the son of man who is a son of God: "Naught at this time, OHercules, 77:casting his eye upon the son of man who is a son of God: "Naught at this time, O great PresidingHercules, 77:Before the fourth great Gate stood Hercules; a son of man and yet a son of God. At first wasHercules, 77:Gate stood Hercules; a son of man and yet a son of God. At first was silence deep. He uttered not aHercules, 77:stood a slender fawn. And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, both watched andHercules, 77:And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, both watched and listened and, listening,Hercules, 78:Artemis, the fair, spoke words of warning to the son of man. "The doe is mine, so touch it not,"Hercules, 78:and leave it there. A simple thing to do, O son of man, yet (and ponder well my words) being a sonHercules, 78:of man, yet (and ponder well my words) being a son of God, you thus can seek and hold the doe. GoHercules, 78:again. Thus for the length of a full year, the son of man who is a son of God followed the doe fromHercules, 78:length of a full year, the son of man who is a son of God followed the doe from place to place,Hercules, 79:Chamber of the Lord. "The doe belongs not to a son of man, e'en though a son of God. Carry the doeHercules, 79:doe belongs not to a son of man, e'en though a son of God. Carry the doe to yonder distant shrine,Hercules, 79:the doe close to my heart." "And are you not a son of God, although a son of man? And is the shrineHercules, 79:"And are you not a son of God, although a son of man? And is the shrine not also your abode? AndHercules, 79:of God the sacred doe, and leave it there, O son of God." Hercules, 80:spirit rests with thee, O great Apollo, noble son of God, then know the doe is dead. The doe isHercules, 80:is dead. The doe is slain by the man who is a son of man, e'en though a son of God. Why may he passHercules, 80:by the man who is a son of man, e'en though a son of God. Why may he pass within the shrine and weHercules, 81:my heart also." "Go look again, O Hercules, my son, between the pillars of the Gate." And HerculesHercules, 81:and yet again." Then said the Teacher to the son of man who is a son of God: "Labor the fourth isHercules, 81:Then said the Teacher to the son of man who is a son of God: "Labor the fourth is over, and fromHercules, 83:and potent factor in the life of a liberated son of God. Hercules, 95:a dread labor now draws near. This man, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, must be prepared.Hercules, 95:near. This man, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, must be prepared. Let him look well untoHercules, 96:a young and springing tree. "What do you now, O son of man, who are likewise a son of God? WhereHercules, 96:do you now, O son of man, who are likewise a son of God? Where are your arms and where your strongHercules, 97:strength." But silently, without response, the son of man, who was the son of God, went forth uponHercules, 97:without response, the son of man, who was the son of God, went forth upon the Way, seeking theHercules, 98:unafraid. Throwing his bow upon the ground, the son of man, who is a son of God, rushed with wildHercules, 98:bow upon the ground, the son of man, who is a son of God, rushed with wild shouting towards theHercules, 98:deed that I shall do." And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, entered that caveHercules, 98:do." And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, entered that cave and passedHercules, 99:The lion is dead and great is our deliverer, the son of man, who is a son of God, named Hercules."Hercules, 99:great is our deliverer, the son of man, who is a son of God, named Hercules." Thus HerculesHercules, 99:be slain again and once again. Well done, my son, go rest in peace with those you have [100]Hercules, 100:is the number of man, because man is a divine son of God, plus the quaternary which consists of theHercules, 105:ruler, the king, God incarnate, an individual son of God; second, the man was governed by law, theHercules, From n:time is drawing near," he said, "how fares the son of man who is a son of God ? Is he preparedHercules, From n:he said, "how fares the son of man who is a son of God ? Is he prepared again to venture forth andHercules, 113:there comes a warrior whose name is Hercules, a son of man and yet a son of God; to him I must giveHercules, 113:whose name is Hercules, a son of man and yet a son of God; to him I must give up this girdle whichHercules, 113:girdle of the fighting queen. Forth to the son of God who was likewise a son of man went Hippolyte,Hercules, 113:Forth to the son of God who was likewise a son of man went Hippolyte, the warrior queen. He foughtHercules, 113:he had done, he heard his Teacher speak: "My son, why slay that which is needed, close and dear?Hercules, 114:of ill fame. But losing sight of self, this son of man who was a son of God breasted the waves andHercules, 114:losing sight of self, this son of man who was a son of God breasted the waves and reached theHercules, 114:reflecting on the ways of death. Go rest, my son." [115] The Tibetan (Djwhal Khul) Hercules, 118:reflecting on the ways of death. Go rest, my son." We offer no apologies for repeating the words ofHercules, 119:spoken of in Taurus, is a sin for the son of man who is also a son of God. How perfectly theseHercules, 119:is a sin for the son of man who is also a son of God. How perfectly these fundamental ideasHercules, 119:spirituality is taken, the soul is called the son of mind, and Virgo is ruled by Mercury, carryingHercules, 119:"And a virgin shall conceive and bring forth a son", and link up with that verse in Ephesians whenHercules, 122:sign is Mercury, "the versatile energy of the son of mind, the soul", the intermediary between theHercules, 125:Chamber of the Lord, pondered the nature of the son of man who is likewise a son of God. He thoughtHercules, 125:the nature of the son of man who is likewise a son of God. He thought on what was needed to makeHercules, 125:went forth and spoke to Hercules. "Go forth, my son, and capture the wild boar; salvage a ravagedHercules, 125:And Hercules went forth. And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, passed through theHercules, 125:And Hercules, who is a son of man and yet a son of God, passed through the seventh Gate. The powerHercules, 126:and in spite of resolutions wise, again the son of man, who was a son of God, became the messengerHercules, 126:wise, again the son of man, who was a son of God, became the messenger of death and slew hisHercules, 126:And in the shadows near the snare waited the son of man. Into the snare the boar fell and in dueHercules, 127:laughed to see the sight. And all who met the son of man, who is the son of God, singing andHercules, 127:And all who met the son of man, who is the son of God, singing and dancing on the way, laughed tooHercules, 127:lessons of the past; reflect upon the tests, my son. Twice have you slain that which you shouldHercules, 138:or in the carpenter's shop, in which that great son of God balanced spirit and matter and preparedHercules, 138:and matter and prepared for his ministry as a son of man who was [139] also a son of God -Hercules, 139:ministry as a son of man who was [139] also a son of God - demonstrably. The great revelation to my
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