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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - WOOD
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Astrology, 517:of surety. At present students cannot see the wood for the trees, as the proverb says, and thatAutobiography, 122:the children trotting after me, and collect the wood for the fires. I cannot, therefore, say thatBethlehem, 237:with his arms extended, sometimes on a cross of wood, sometimes merely on the stone floor, in theDiscipleship1, 528:from the wall, are two narrow, stone-and-wood Chinese-curved bridges, backing on the wall, and withDiscipleship1, 528:with open sides. A circular table of some Indian wood is in the center of the pagoda - and upon itDiscipleship1, 529:plantation, which is full of ferns, rocks and wood flowers. Between two rocks is a spring. It is aDiscipleship1, 529:a shapely young tree, taller than those in the wood. There is a bench beneath it. Not far off,Discipleship2, 552:of which is as follows: Picture to yourself a wood of pine trees, a purling brook a winding,Discipleship2, 552:and at the end a low built bungalow of undressed wood, in which I live. With you are walking yourFire, 604:by friction, as the friction of two pieces of wood; and Pavaka means the vaidyuta or fire of theHealing, 403:and the heathen "in their blindness bow down to wood and stone," to quote one of yourHercules, 16:Then, running, disappeared into the nearby wood. The gods awaited his return, wondering and puzzledHercules, 16:puzzled over his strange conduct. Back from the wood he came, bearing aloft a club of wood, cutHercules, 16:from the wood he came, bearing aloft a club of wood, cut from a stalwart living tree. "This is mineHercules, 79:woods it had been lost. From hill to hill and wood to wood, he hunted it until close to a quietHercules, 79:it had been lost. From hill to hill and wood to wood, he hunted it until close to a quiet pool,Hercules, 99:to the roaring of the lion, he saw some piles of wood and sticks lying in great profusion near hisIntellect, 121:in intelligent conduct." - Sellars, Dr. Roy Wood, Evolutionary Naturalism, page 300. But this ideaPatanjali, 297:recognizable by the western investigator. Using Wood's translation we find the following: 7. SatyaReappearance, 97:of Christ's being crucified upon the cross of wood or the tree. It is related in reality to the
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