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Autobiography, 70:elephant with his mahout, strange smells, unfamiliar language, and always the sun, except duringAutobiography, 128:first three days the noise, the smells and the unfamiliar surroundings and the long walks to theExternalisation, 173:a potent Individual, wielding forces hitherto unfamiliar to our planet. Great Forces are awaitingHealing, 478:habitually lives. The voice of the soul, often unfamiliar but sometimes well known and loved.Hercules, 26:with what he knew he could use than use the unfamiliar tools which had been given him. So heInitiation, 36:through those builders, every form familiar and unfamiliar. The devas who cooperate with theMagic, 494:that fear of the unknown, terror of the unfamiliar, and attachment to form have brought about aPsychology1, 342:dispelling of glamor which reveals at present an unfamiliar landscape, and to the fear andRays, 360:levels of awareness with which he is still unfamiliar. Bear, therefore, continually in mind thatSoul, 12:with which we, in the West, are altogether too unfamiliar. H. A. OVERSTREET New York City, May 1930
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