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

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Fire, 795:computation lies in the effect of the following stars and constellations upon our system and uponFire, 795:Draco. Sirius. The various constellations and stars of the Zodiac. [796] The mystery is hidden inFire, 838:to measure the heat of the remotest of visible stars, but to detect by their invisible radiationsFire, 838:but to detect by their invisible radiations stars that are unseen and otherwise undetectable, henceFire, 920:they are also emanations from one of the seven stars of the Great Bear in the third instance. InFire, 990:(who is the informing Life of one of the seven stars of the Great Bear, and our planetaryFire, 990:the force circulates freely through One of the stars of the Great Bear, The Pleiad involved, TheFire, 1052:through the entire solar system from: The seven stars of the Great Bear. The strength of theseFire, 1058:group karma, and to dominate what is called "his stars." Like the planetary atom, the solar atomFire, 1060:be seen as a blazing fire of light, and the stars as focal points of flame from which radiateFire, 1085:wheel of the universe, or the sumtotal of all stars and starry systems. A cosmic wheel, or a groupFire, 1169:another constellation. The cosmic marriage of stars and Systems is the cause of the occasionalFire, 1225:dark and with the eye of radiant fire. Two stars of vivid rose linked by a band of violet. An ovoidFire, 1256:of understanding the song of life. As the "stars sing together," as the "chant of the Gods" pealsFire, 1282:That is the One Who shineth in the galaxy of stars. Such is the One to Whom the sons of glory giveFire, 1283:C - Seven Esoteric Stanzas FINALE The morning stars sang in their courses. The great paean ofGlamour, 7:for instance, of cubes, triangles and of stars and their mutual interrelation. Conceptually. ThisGlamour, 70:night you look out at some dear sky, you see the stars and suns and planets shining with a clearGlamour, 70:them and records the existence of these shining stars. Looking, however, at the astral body of theHercules, 6:his destiny, and demonstrating the fact that the stars incline, but do not control. [7] The form ofHercules, 45:it will be observed that the little group of stars called Pleiades are represented just at theHercules, 47:three Kings", because of the three beautiful stars found in Orion's Belt. The Three Kings representHercules, 47:connected with this sign is an immense river of stars, which streams forth from under the feet ofHercules, 64:The Field of the Labor Gemini has in it two stars, called by the Greeks, Castor and Pollux, or theHercules, 64:the Twins. These personify two major groups of stars, the Seven Pleiades, and the Seven Stars ofHercules, 64:of stars, the Seven Pleiades, and the Seven Stars of the Great Bear, which are the twoHercules, 64:from most ancient times to exist) between the stars of the Pleiades and those of the Great Bear.Hercules, 64:and those of the Great Bear. These two groups of stars represent God, the macrocosm, whilst inHercules, 69:in Persian, the Chieftain. There are three other stars in the same constellation: one is calledHercules, 69:to note that the Hebrew names of some of the stars found in this constellation signify "the enemyHercules, 69:of the brightest star, Arneb; whilst three other stars have names meaning "the mad", "the bound",Hercules, 70:and the significance of the names of the various stars found in the different constellations, weHercules, 87:in the heavens. (The cross of the initiate.) The Stars There are no bright stars at all in Cancer,Hercules, 87:of the initiate.) The Stars There are no bright stars at all in Cancer, no conspicuous or brilliantHercules, 87:the zodiac many times.) There are eighty-three stars in this sign, the brightest of which is of theHercules, 87:of the constellation there is a cluster of stars; Praesepe, the manger, [88] called by modernHercules, 89:birth. Close to the sign Cancer are two bright stars, one called Asellus Borealis, or the northernHercules, 90:to be associated with either of these groups of stars, for in the Chaldean, Persian, Indian andHercules, 91:of the Hebrew and Arabic names [91] for the stars found in these constellations will be found toHercules, 91:of the constellations. It has in it sixty-four stars, of which the brightest is Canopus. ItsHercules, 104:bright star, which is one of the four royal stars of the heavens. It is called Regulus the Ruler,Hercules, 104:in the constellation is also a vivid group of stars, called "the sickle". To the ancient initiates,Hercules, 105:The constellation Leo has in it ninety-five stars, two of them of the first magnitude. Its EgyptianHercules, 105:happenings in the sign, Leo. The ninety-five stars in this constellation also have numericalHercules, 105:the number of man, and thus in this grouping of stars we have the story of man, of the personality,Hercules, 106:long, is finally overcome. It y has in it sixty stars, and again we come in touch with aHercules, 106:soul. The Crater, or the cup, has in it thirteen stars of ordinary magnitude and about ninety smallHercules, 106:of ordinary magnitude and about ninety small stars, though some books of astronomy say threeHercules, 106:some books of astronomy say three brilliant stars and ninety small. So we have again the number ofHercules, 106:really part of the body of the Hydra, for the stars at the foot of the cup form part of the body ofHercules, 107:Hydra, the serpent, and pecks at it. It has nine stars, again the number of initiation. The OldHercules, 120:which pervades them all". The Constellations and Stars The three constellations in close proximityHercules, 126:And night was drawing on, and one by one the stars came out, and still the boar outdistanced him.Hercules, 137:sign, Aries.) The Constellations and the Stars There are three constellations in Libra, all ofHercules, 137:presentation in this great symbol. Four bright stars make up this cross; four, the number of theHercules, 138:mother aspect, who was given a crown of seven stars by Bacchus, symbol of the second aspect ofHercules, 153:story of Scorpio. The Constellations and the Stars Taurus, which is the opposite of Scorpio, is theHercules, 153:Scorpio we find Antares, one of the four royal stars, a red star. Red is the color of desire andHercules, 162:side and seeing Cygnus, the swan, with its four stars in the form of a cross and saying, "I am theHercules, 184:own feet; he was the center of his universe; the stars revolved around him, everything happened inHercules, 188:and Kefus. In Leo we have one of the four royal stars, Regulus, the lawgiver, [189] the law for theHercules, 200:in Pisces is that curious cluster of stars called "The Band", connecting the two fishes, one fishHercules, 216:also: "...the constellations are groups of fixed stars, the twelve central groups being called byHercules, 217:Bullinger in his book The Witness of the Stars. He says: "The word Zodiac itself is from the GreekHercules, 218:path which the sun appears to follow amongst the stars in the course of a year." The Zodiac,Hercules, 220:on Christmas Eve, the brightest of the fixed stars, Sirius, is seen to the left of the meridianHercules, 221:enters the sign Virgo around August 15th and the stars of which it is composed are lost sight of inHercules, 221:used to be known as "the thirty-six crossing stars". The Zodiac is completed with 360 degrees, theInitiation, 4:of the words in the Book of job: "The morning stars sang together." Dissonance yet sounds forth,Initiation, 98:center. It emanates from that one of the seven stars of the Great Bear whose ensiling life holdsInitiation, 188:holds out glorious possibilities. The seven stars of the Pleiades are the goal for the seven types,Magic, 341:is obscured, the valley is traversed, and the stars shut out by the fog, so in connection withMagic, 393:universe. "Around me the Heavens move and the stars in their courses revolve" is the motto of thisMagic, 437:wheel of existence and beginning to govern his stars, and so is no longer under their rule andMeditation, 295:certain response it will be demonstrated in his stars, and naught can hinder or delay. Equally,Patanjali, 225:to the human being and of their relation to the stars and the various signs of the zodiac. SomePatanjali, 234:knowledge of the orbits of the planets and the stars. 29. By concentrated attention upon the centerPatanjali, 299:astral, reference is made to the fact that the stars (the lives), on that plane are "driven by thePatanjali, 303:knowledge of the orbits of the planets and the stars. This sutra is of small significance to thePsychology1, 49:the true meaning of bliss, and why the morning stars sang together. Joy is the strong basic note ofPsychology1, 351:three elder sons go forth into the universe of stars, and there they represent the Father. ThePsychology1, 351:The younger four go forth into the universe of stars and show the nature of the one the FatherPsychology1, 367:its way, and nothing can prevent that which the stars decree and which the Hierarchy of guidingPsychology2, 301:of discipleship and the relation of the stars to the activities of the soul which They regard ofPsychology2, 414:achieve the power to control and to govern their stars and so direct their own lives. I refer toPsychology2, 721:forces pouring in at this time from the great stars Betelgeuse and Sirius. To these two influences,Rays, 170:it) "adds darkness unto light so that the stars appear, for in the light the stars shine not, butRays, 170:so that the stars appear, for in the light the stars shine not, but in the darkness light diffusedRays, 405:emanating from Libra and from one of the stars in the constellation of the Great Bear. In the moreReappearance, 153:this and the Bible has testified to it. "The stars in their courses fought against Sisera" (JudgesSoul, 66:even to light from the sun and the most distant stars discovered. It is the medium which transmitsSoul, 96:that becomes the sun, the earth, the moon, the stars, the comets; it is the Akasha that becomes theTelepathy, 178:to the worlds of suns, to the most distant stars and to the numerous recognized universes, as wellTelepathy, 179:of the many constellations, of the distant stars, of our solar system, of the planets within the
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