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  • ...anic rings, amulets and the Black Pullet itself. The book also teaches the reader how to master the extraordinary powers from these magical properties. Perha
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  • ...nature, and a desertion of the regions every way lucid and divine. Let the reader too observe, that, according to the arcana of the Platonic doctrine, the fi
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  • ...ociety through amendments to its constitution, a careful and knowledgeable reader can identify the particular theological developments in the other kind of s
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  • ...rder (see Io, etc.). Whenever the seduced female is human, the inquisitive reader soon finds that her mother was a nymph or demi-goddess.
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  • ...ol could understand them. It is therefore difficult at best for the modern reader to discern which aspects of Jabir's work are to be read as symbols (and wha
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  • ...ethod of science—the aim of religion." Here the word 'aim' and the context help the definition; it must mean the attainment of Knowledge and Power in spiri ...ave a religious expression. In ''Confessions'' (ch.49), Crowley offers the reader multiple meanings of Thelema:
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  • ...single-minded devotion to his goal may seem almost repellent to the modern reader.
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  • ...m to corroborate that system. The geometry is somewhat complicated and the reader is referred to [[http://www.levante.org/Domification/Topocentre1.html this
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  • ...as, however, are quite intelligible (some even familiar) to a 21st Century reader. Once a familiarity of the terminology and mindset of the times is achieved
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  • "It is here desirable to warn the reader against the numerous false orders which have impudently assumed the name of
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  • ...he sacrificed his life to save the Kashmiri Hindus who had come to him for help. ...hat God is masculine, which is not the message in the original script. The reader must correct for this every time these words are used.
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  • ...off his shoes, as he was walking on holy ground (Something even a youthful reader of the Arabian Nights saga, or any middle eastern fiction or non-fiction bo
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  • ...ng of the [[murti]]. They often give courage in exigent times and serve to help 'invoke' one's inner spiritual strength. Indeed, [[Mahatma Gandhi]]'s dying ...th of the texts can only be realized with the spiritual advancement of the reader. It is divided into two categories: ''[[Shruti]]''- that which is heard (i.
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  • ...Daily Life'' ashrams and centres worldwide. He dedicated his whole life to help humanity through yoga and to evoke the ancient spiritual heritage of Sat Sa ...nd that: Brahman. Hindu philosophy in the Vedanta and Yoga streams, as the reader will remember, views only one thing as being ultimately real: Satchidananda
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