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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/20/2008 8:45 AM (#10314)
Subject: Sacred Texts



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Found this link, researching the road the King of Erin goes.

Thought others might find it of interest x

http://sacred-texts.com/index.htm
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NothingEverything
Posted 9/20/2008 12:12 PM (#10323 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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That website is one of my main ones for research.

Éire go brách!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/20/2008 12:20 PM (#10324 - in reply to #10323)
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Then have you ever read, NE, The Path of the King, by John Buchan ? One of my 'the' books ....

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NothingEverything
Posted 9/20/2008 12:23 PM (#10325 - in reply to #10314)
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Not yet, but I will now.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/20/2008 12:29 PM (#10328 - in reply to #10325)
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http://www.johnbuchansociety.co.uk/fiction/ftpotk.htm

this site says not to reproduce without permission, though it would not charge, on a late Saturday afternoon, I cannot get permission; so I will not cut and paste the overview - in any case, it does not quite do justice to the magic of the text, in my humble opinion ... just the first line of the Prologue, from my copy:

" The three of us in that winter camp in the Selkirks were talking the slow aimless talk of wearied men "

If you cannot get one anywhere let me know - i have a lending copy !

Namaste, Friends All xx
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NothingEverything
Posted 9/20/2008 12:41 PM (#10333 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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found a free place.
http://www.questia.com/library/book/the-path-of-the-king-by-john-bu...
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/20/2008 12:45 PM (#10334 - in reply to #10333)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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Ahh .. then please let me know what you make of it .. nice to make the connection

well, more than nice actually

Edited by Paul Joseph 9/20/2008 12:58 PM
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NothingEverything
Posted 9/20/2008 1:42 PM (#10351 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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well, turns out that wasnt a free place, it ask you to create a log in after so much reading...
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soulfire
Posted 9/20/2008 4:05 PM (#10356 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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That has for a long time been my fav. research site, Paul. From before my UMS days. I actually have many of the books in print, but go to the site often to read more. My favorite authors are Israel Regardie, Manly P. Hall (Secret Teachings of All Ages is a great reference book) , and of course some others whose names escape me momentarily. :] K.
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mruppert
Posted 9/24/2008 12:32 AM (#10389 - in reply to #10314)
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Hey PJay:
     I gotta John Buchan "Prester John" 1952 Pan Books, London.....unfortunately it is suffering with age as it is a "paperback". Nobody realizes that he wrote "The Thirty Nine Steps" that set  ole Lord Alfred Hitchcock on the road to being famous. But it was Robert Bloch(sp?), can't find the book either, and my B's fiction section is not that massive....that gave us Hitchcock's greatest, "Psycho".....which I think is pushed a lot as first by "The Birds" which is truly his second greatest movie. That is as far as suspense and horror go. 
     For the ladies in our audience, believe me, Hitchcock's greatest, ultimate, movie was Rebecca....almost word for word the Daphne DuMaurier novel. It is a story of love, ghosts, hope, revelation, and redemption. When the bride and Max are in the boathouse, and she is tearfully imploring Max not to abandon her as she knows how much he loved Rebecca....and he says "Loved her (pause...background sound...music comes up), I HATED her!" Then, you see TRUE love.
     Go on and watch the movie.....UMS have a movie fest......all of you will love the movie because it is so steeped in mysticism....maybe do it all at the same time and say "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again" at the same time....and you all will be transported to Manderley.
     Then you can come back and tell me how time is just the now and nothing else matters. You can tell me that there is not a past, present and future...and that all is meaningless, unless it is you, now, here!
      Do not fall into the ideals of todays society, whether it be secular, politic, or spiritual. Look back into the past and see..."let he who has eyes see". Afterall, time is on your side....and my side...and all sides!

Preaching Peace, a most unusual role, Luckylee, Poppyhead, Sissygirl and the human, Marty
 
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/24/2008 6:03 PM (#10411 - in reply to #10389)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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Dear Marty:

"If thou hast a woe, tell it not to the weakling

tell it to thy saddle bow

and ride forth

singing"

(from: The Proverbs of Alfred, quoted in Sick Heart River, by John Buchan (1941), the final book he wrote before his death, which in itself concerns a lawyer, Sir Edward Leithen who, being diagnosed with cancer, settles his affairs and casts his lot with a doomed Native Canadian peoples in their quest to preserve their tribe)

Check out also his

The Dancing Floor,

The Blanket of the Dark

... and his poem I posted much earlier in these discourses, from his book, Poems: Scots and English, "Wood Magic" -repeatable upon request !!)
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mruppert
Posted 9/25/2008 11:44 PM (#10427 - in reply to #10314)
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WOW!
     Hey Peejay...if I,  on my first trip,  can ever get out of Hanham, Bristol I'd love to have a pint or two or more with ya.
You know, I have no desire to see London, but I will definitely see Bath. But, dammit, I want to go to Treadwells, as they have sent me info for many years.
      What makes it all worthwhile, is that I would be with my true twin....see another post that somebody started.....the person who is exactly me.....the only, and most significant difference is that she can HEAL, naturally, and no matter what in the world I may try to do, I cannot and never will be able to heal as she.
       Stuff to freak people out.....I am born on 9/10 and there is a radio/tv/interent  article that the oldest person alive is, I think  it was 115, in Portugal,  born on 9/10. We are both Virgos. My beloved Isis was 9/18, a Virgo. My sweatheart in college was 8/23, a Virgo!   Sure.....it was a cusp...but still a Virgo. My healer is 9/17, a Virgo! All of my cats are born in sometime between the end of August and mid September so that makes them...VIRGO!
      To say I am not a superstitious person is true, but I am also very much aware of the coincidences concerning my star sign.
      Isis and I probably had the greatest psychic experience, but 9/17 (I shall not name her, as some know her from this site) is, indeed, a healer. Par excellance!!!!!! And that is why I admire her!!!
      See the new thread "Tolerance"

Peace and Much Love,
Marty and the furrypersons, Luck, Popp and Siss
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/26/2008 7:14 AM (#10432 - in reply to #10427)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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Thanks Marty ... noted Rose's thread ,,, will look for Tolerance

...I shall hold you to that drink !!

And introduce you to Watkins Bookshop, nearby ... though they are not quite as friendly as I found Treadwell's to be, visiting after your recommendation !

I resonate that, finding one's soul friend, can disrupt one's routine considerably

Edited by Paul Joseph 9/26/2008 7:15 AM
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Josh Cragle
Posted 10/1/2008 6:09 AM (#10574 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts


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This site is great, thanks.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/1/2008 12:21 PM (#10593 - in reply to #10574)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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great thanks yourself Josh
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Louise
Posted 10/1/2008 8:30 PM (#10620 - in reply to #10314)
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Hi Marty - I can't help but look at birthdates - I find them fascinating. You were born on the 10th, like me! This reduces to the 1 - the number of new ideas, breaking ground, leadership and individuality - the 1 is of literature and writing. The 9 demonstrates your journey of wisdom, integrity, and letting things go. My Life Path is a 9 so we have both numbers in common - its a number of completion, and the challenge of the fall of the ego (the 9 period can be seen as the dark soul of the night). For you, this 9 influence will have been especially strong in your first 30 years. The person with the 1 as their day of birth (10 reduces to 1) will be under this fluence in the middle part of their life. The last phase of your life is determined by the sum of your year. Hope you don't mind me sharing on the forum!
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NothingEverything
Posted 10/1/2008 9:58 PM (#10622 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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4/29, do mine please, im excited.
its also the first day of golden week in japan and all the sakura are falling.
i always forget its my birthday because the scenery is so beautiful.
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Louise
Posted 10/1/2008 11:17 PM (#10624 - in reply to #10622)
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Hi NE - well the day of birth which shows your particular talent is an 11/2 (29 reduces to an 11, and then a 2). The 11 is the master number of the intuition. The double 1 energy shows the vision and inspiration is double-fold - the two 1's (11) acting as a gateway to the higher consciousness. Interesting you share the photo of the trees - 11/2's have a challenge to be strong oak trees and flexible willows. You have potential to receive powerful insights from the universe - yet we can't forget the 2 - the 2 shape is like a person kneeling in prayer position - sensitive and humble - diplomacy and co-operation. This number will also be influence during the middle segment on your life. The 4 is your month, in play in the first segment of your life - building foundation, structure, issues of service and security, systems, process, reliability - with the 2 and the 4, you have some very grounded numbers which can be used to channel your inspiration (11/2) into something real and tangible. Add up all the numbers of your date of birth to reveal your overall journey and path (Life Path). Here is a very simple guide to the numbers 1 through 9:

1 - Inspiration, new ideas, leadership - challenge is learning interdependence and finding confidence in true self
2 - Peace, partnership, co-operation, diplomancy, sensitivity - challenge is speaking your personal truth, using negotiation for bringing peace
3 - Joy, expression, creativity - challenge is to find personal creative expression and radiate it to bring joy to others
4 - grounded, practical, stable, organised - learn to live with restriction of the physical form and be open to change
5 - change, diversity, social, communication - challenge is to find focus and boundary
6 - love, beauty & harmony, service and healing - challenge is to love oneself first and be your own best friend
7 - trust and trust, knowledge and research, mystery & magic - challenge is to find faith, self trust and self truth
8 - manifesting abundance, power, balance - challenge is to balance heaven with earth, heart and mind
9 - wisdom, integrity, completion, love for all of mankind - challenge is to be forgiving, loving and accepting - let Go & Let God

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NothingEverything
Posted 10/1/2008 11:19 PM (#10625 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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including the year?
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Louise
Posted 10/1/2008 11:25 PM (#10626 - in reply to #10625)
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yes! Add 4 + 2 + 19?? - for your own info, first add the year up on its own first, as this number gives you the theme of the final 3rd of your life - then add the 4 and the 2 (resulting from the 29/11/2) to give you a total number Reduce it down to a single number.
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NothingEverything
Posted 10/1/2008 11:38 PM (#10627 - in reply to #10314)
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haha, ok 1981 is what then, im sorry!
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Louise
Posted 10/1/2008 11:50 PM (#10628 - in reply to #10627)
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no problem ) Your Life Path is a 7 - the quest for truth and knowledge - the 7 in its traditional form with the bar across the centre reflects the archetype of the wiseman with a lantern, lighting the way. The 7 is sometimes referred to as a spiritual number because the search for truth can lead us to the metaphysical realm - but not always. I know 7's that are rational, logical and intelligent - using the mind as a tool for their personal truth and trust.

so with a date of birth 29/4/1981

your month is 4
your day is 11/2 (2 + 9 = 11, 1 + 1 = 2) we retain the 11, to remember its potential
your year is 1 (1 + 9 + 8 + 1)
Add them all together 4 + 2 + 1 = 7

these are the three cycles (themes) during your opening, middle and final segments of your life. You'll transition into the 11 influence in a couple of years. your day of birth 11/2 also shows a particular talent - peace, negotation etc. Final part of your life has a theme of a 1.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/2/2008 4:11 AM (#10637 - in reply to #10622)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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Lovely photo NE
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NothingEverything
Posted 10/2/2008 9:00 AM (#10648 - in reply to #10314)
Subject: RE: Sacred Texts



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Thank you so much Louise!!
and thank you Paul!
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Louise
Posted 10/2/2008 3:11 PM (#10668 - in reply to #10648)
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You are most very welcome NE!! I hope you found some reflections!
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