Introduction and Overview

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There are, it has been estimated, in England and on the Continent, in all about 140 manuscripts of the "Ecclesiastical History." Of these, four date from the eighth century: the Moore MS. (Cambridge), so called, because, after being sold by auction in the reign of William III, it came into the possession of Bishop Moore,

Title Page

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ISIS UNVEILED A MASTER-KEY   TO THE   MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT AND MODERN   SCIENCE AND THEOLOGY BY   H. P. BLAVATSKY, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY OF THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY "Cecy est un livre de bonne Foy." – MONTAIGNE ____________ VOL. II. -- SCIENCE. ____________ THEOSOPHICAL UNIVERSITY PRESSPASADENA, CALIFORNIA    

Preface

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Page   iii  WERE it possible, we would keep this work out of the hands of many Christians whom its perusal would not benefit, and for whom it was not written. We allude to those whose faith in their respective churches is pure and sincere, and those whose sinless lives reflect the glorious example of that

Oriental Cosmogonies And Bible Records – Chapter 4

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Page  167 "Nothing better than those MYSTERIES, by which, from a rough and fierce life, we are polished to gentleness (humanity, kindness), and softened." -- CICERO: de Legibus,  ii., 14. "Descend, O Soma, with that stream with which thou lightest up the Sun. . . . Soma, a Life Ocean spread through All,

Mysteries of The Kabala – Chapter 5

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 Page  212 "Learn to know all, but keep thyself unknown." -- GNOSTIC MAXIM. "There is one God supreme over all gods, diviner than mortals,  Whose form is not like unto man's, and as unlike his nature; But vain mortals imagine that gods like themselves are begotten  With human sensations, and voice, and corporeal members." --

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