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  • Living as an Art<br>
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  • ...the greatness of work to which we are all dedicated. A genius in the high art of sincere and warm friendliness, Captain Ransom has helped us all to expre
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  • * Renovation of art works - the Gutzon Borglum portrait of H. P. Blavatsky and the HPB tiara. * Installation of art works from several donors - John and Anne Kern, [[Don Kruse]], [[Burton Cal
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  • ...ue stated that this was "A monthly journal devoted to oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism: embracing mesmerism, spiritualism and other secr
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  • ...n the hilltop before I return East. You have made me realize anew that the art of being kind is the greatest thing in this sad old world.<ref>Helen Keller
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  • ...t myself, my image, and my shadow. I have clothed myself in thee, and thou art my Vahan (''vehicle'') to the day, [[Nirvāṇa#Parinirvāṇa|“Be-with-u ...mortal. Cease thy complaints. Thy seven skins are yet on thee . . . . thou art not ready. Thy men are not ready.”
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  • ...that is, a cross “with a handle.” Human or divine figures in Egyptian art are often depicted as carrying the ankh by its loop or “handle.” When w
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  • ...a young woman from Lydia in the [[Greek mythology]]. She was gifted in the art of weaving and boasted that her skill was greater than that of the patron g
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  • ...rt myself, my image and my shadow. I have clothed myself in thee, and thou art my vahan to the day, ' Be-with-us,' when thou shall re-become myself and ot
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  • * Fecit: "He or she made it" -- used formerly on works of art next to the artist's name. ...scious of the purest sympathies called out by the esthetic effects of high art, its tenderest cords respond to the call of the holier and nobler human att
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  • ...at every person is born with the faculty, so few develop in themselves the art of treading water that death by drowning is the most frequent of accidents. ...to patiently wait for the results of that first serious shot at the enemy. Art Magic and [[Isis Unveiled (book)|Isis]] emanating from women and as it was
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  • ...Brande, George William Cox, eds., ''A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art'' Volume 3. (London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1867) 399.</ref>
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  • ...of sorcerers; men who have reached the apex of knowledge in the forbidden art. Dead or alive they have, so to say cheated nature; but it is only temporar
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  • ...ical if not exacting. Well, and how do you like [[Djual Khool]]'s idea and art? I have not caught a glimpse of Simla for the last ten days. * '''Djual Khool's idea and art''' refers to a portrait of Koot Hoomi [[Precipitation|precipitated]] by DK
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  • Your suggestion concerning [[Djual Khool|G.K.]]'s next trial in art — is clever, but not sufficiently, as to conceal the white threads of the
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  • ...e''', from the Italian, means "a meeting for conversation especially about art, literature, or science."
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  • ...fers to the '''''The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art''''', weekly London newspaper.
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  • ...u>—as you know, is a sealed book for many of us, and which no amount of "art magic" can break open. Further "aids to reflection" will however come in go ...Review''' was ''The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art'' was a London weekly newspaper established by A. J. B. Beresford Hope in 1
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  • == Oversoul in art and popular culture == Alex Grey, an American artist specializing in "visionary art", created a '''painting''' in 1997 entitled ''Oversoul'', in oil on linen.
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  • ...ld be but to take advantage of the privilege given to them at the close of Art. 3 of their <u>Rules</u>.
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  • ...fred Percy Sinnett|Mr. Sinnett]]'s correspondent, and his ignorance of the art of English composition, he has adapted a few of innocent [[Henry Kiddle|Mr.
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  • ...s, whom she surpasses in artistic taste and purely Western appreciation of art. . . . Thus, while fathering upon us all manner of foolish, often clumsy an
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  • ...commercially producing herbs and flower seeds, while others worked in the Art Pottery Studio established in 1909. Pieces of this pottery are now prized p
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  • ..., “How art thou fallen from the heavens, Hillel, Son of the Morning, how art thou cast down unto the earth, thou who didst cast down the nations.” Her ...Gregory the Great who was the first to apply this passage of Isaiah, 'How art thou fallen from Heaven, Lucifer, son of the morning,' etc., to Satan, and
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  • ...rstand the principles of art, every political writer and every exponent of art has more or less to follow Plato's trail. While you may differ from Plato i
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  • ...emanated from that divine essence. Third is the practice of Theurgy, the art of using the divine powers of man to direct the forces of nature. Theurgy, the art of using the divine powers of man to rule the blind forces of nature was an
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  • ...ld-making. This feat was accomplished by a large number of students of the art of alchemy, for which there exists abundant testimony, and acknowledgments ...him as their "Moses" who had handed down the divine commandments of their art in the "Emerald Tablet" also known as "Tabula Smaragdina". There was hardly
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  • ...that together circumscribe the foundation of Western attitudes toward the art. As a musician, Orpheus demonstrated music’s effect; as a philosopher, Py
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  • ...he understanding, and robbed the lands of the Kelts of music and poesy, of art and grace, save that which was interwoven in the soul of the people and mad
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  • <br>During his years of medical practice he came upon his new art of healing through observing the origin, the form, and the career of diseas <br>Mesmerism is the name given to an art, or the exhibition of a power to act upon others and the facility to be act
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  • ...being the oldest science known to man. <ref>Anastasi, Sandi. <i>ASTROLOGY: Art and Science. </i> Balboa Press. Electronic version. https://www.hoopladigit ...g astrology as a tool for predictions. <ref>Anastasi, Sandi. <i>ASTROLOGY: Art and Science.</i> Balboa Press. Electronic version. https://www.hoopladigita
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  • ...rs Building]] on the Society's headquarters campus. She also donated other art works and a large parcel of land. ...ref> Breckenridge painted a portrait of her around 1909.<ref>"Contemporary Art Show Will Be Shown in South" ''Charlotte Observer'' 76 (April 26, 1944), 6.
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  • ...y, that in this Theosophical Society we have realised so fully the need of art. I hope the academy (Kalakshetra) will give us the inspiration we all need, * ''Art and Culture in Indian Life''. Trivandrum: Kerala University Press, 1975.<br
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  • * '''''A Renaissance in the Art of Healing'''''. London: Theosophical Pub. House, 1926.
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  • <br>But alchemy is an art which cannot be understood without spiritual or soul knowledge. The highest ...rer into natural sciences, and mystical philosopher; founder of the modern art of pharmacology and therapeutics… His ideas have recently acquired great
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  • [[Category:Art works]]
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  • ...ebury, Conn. : Velocity Print Solutions, 2014. Book issued to accompany an art exhibit of Stonehouse's works in 2014.
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  • ...eth not thy bread during thy lifetime, will not mention thy name when thou art [[Death|dead]]."
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  • ...&ndash; [[William R. O’Donovan]], a distinguished American sculptor and art critic who made the bronze medallion of [[Helena Petrovna Blavatsky|Mme. Bl
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  • ...&ndash; [[William R. O’Donovan]], a distinguished American sculptor and art critic who made the bronze medallion of [[Helena Petrovna Blavatsky|Mme. Bl
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  • "[[Theosophy]] is the [[Science|science]] of [[Life|life]], the art of living."
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  • * 2003 &ndash; [[Burton Callicott]], American art professor and leader in the Theosophical Society in Memphis, Tennessee. (b.
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  • ...aekers]], a Dutch Theosophist and mathematician involved with the De Stihl art movement (neoplasticism) (d. [[December 18]], 1944)
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  • ...aekers]], a Dutch Theosophist and mathematician involved with the De Stihl art movement (neoplasticism) (d. [[December 13]], 1875)
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  • * 1907 &ndash; [[Burton Callicott]], American art professor and leader in the Theosophical Society in Memphis, Tennessee. (d.
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  • ...nal documents that are held in the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art (Moscow).
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  • ...al Publishing House, 2003), 45.</ref> Russian text is available at [http://art-roerich.org.ua/?q=blavatskaya/articles.html the Bakhmut Roerich Society web [[File:Nightmare Tales cover by Machell.jpg|right|150px|thumb|Cover art by Reginald Machell]]
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  • ...ipal Upanishads, "as considered in a book by Doctor E. Roer, in 1906." The art works have been published by [[Theosophy Forward (periodical)|''Theosophy F
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  • ...[[Theosophy]]. It certainly would be interesting to think that his supreme art in mastering the piano could be called "The Theosophical interpretation of
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