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toccata ::: n. --> An old form of piece for the organ or harpsichord, somewhat in the free and brilliant style of the prelude, fantasia, or capriccio.

tocher ::: n. --> Dowry brought by a bride to her husband.

tockay ::: n. --> A spotted lizard native of India.

tocology ::: n. --> The science of obstetrics, or midwifery; that department of medicine which treats of parturition.

tocororo ::: n. --> A cuban trogon (Priotelus temnurus) having a serrated bill and a tail concave at the end.

toco ::: n. --> A toucan (Ramphastos toco) having a very large beak. See Illust. under Toucan.

tocsin ::: n. --> An alarm bell, or the ringing of a bell for the purpose of alarm.

toccata ::: n. --> An old form of piece for the organ or harpsichord, somewhat in the free and brilliant style of the prelude, fantasia, or capriccio.

tocher ::: n. --> Dowry brought by a bride to her husband.

tockay ::: n. --> A spotted lizard native of India.

tocology ::: n. --> The science of obstetrics, or midwifery; that department of medicine which treats of parturition.

tocororo ::: n. --> A cuban trogon (Priotelus temnurus) having a serrated bill and a tail concave at the end.

toco ::: n. --> A toucan (Ramphastos toco) having a very large beak. See Illust. under Toucan.

tocsin ::: n. --> An alarm bell, or the ringing of a bell for the purpose of alarm.

toch’am. (圖讖). In Korean, “geomancy and divination”; a new theory of geomancy promulgated by the monk MYOCH’ŎNG (d. 1135), which was ultimately used to justify a rebellion against the Koryŏ dynasty. See MYOCH’ŎNG.

Tocharian. Generic term for Tocharian A (East Tocharian, or Turfanian) and Tocharian B (West Tocharian, or Kuchean), two related, but probably mutually unintelligible, Indo-European languages in which many Central Asian Buddhist texts from the Tarim River Basin along the SILK ROAD were composed. The languages were written in a variant of the BRAHMĪ script, which was first deciphered in 1908 by the German Indologists Emil Sieg and Wilhelm Siegling. Virtually all the extant Tocharian Buddhist manuscripts are translations of earlier Indian materials, many in bilingual editions that speeded the deciphering process. The languages were unknown until SIR MARC AUREL STEIN (1862–1943) discovered their manuscripts during his expeditions into the Tarim Basin. The name Tocharian derives from the Greek term for the people of this region. Texts in Tocharian A have been discovered in the oasis petty-kingdom of TURFAN and in the vicinity of Shorchuk/Yanqi. Tocharian B texts range much more widely across the Tarim Basin, but are especially prominent in the KUCHA region. Of the two languages, Tocharian B is the older of the two, with manuscripts ranging in age from the fifth through eighth centuries CE, and the most diverse linguistically. Tocharian A is more consistent linguistically and its manuscripts are later than those of its counterpart. The languages may have been spoken as late as the middle of the ninth century, when both became extinct; their peoples assimilated into the Uighurs who now populate the region in present-day Chinese Xinjiang.

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1:The hierarchy of the ordered Powers,The high changeless values, the peaked eminences,The privileged aristocracy of Truth. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri 07.04 - The Triple Soul-Forces,
2:There is an honour of the aristocrat which has its root in manners and respects the sanctity of its own traditions. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Early Cultural Writings: Historical Impressions The French Revolution,
3:Rude, hardy stocksTransplant themselves, expand, outlast the stormsAnd heat and cold, not slips too gently nurturedOr lapped in hothouse warmth. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Plays and Stories - I Act I,
4:There are such hearts, Mymoona,As think so little of adoring love,They make it only a pedestal for pride,A whipping-stock for their vain tyrannies. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Plays and Stories - I Act III,
5:Sincerity, Aspiration, Faith, Devotion and Self-Giving, Surrender to the Divine Will, Love, Openness and Receptivity, Purity and Humility, Gratitude and Faithfulness, Will and Perseverance, Enthusiasm, Hope and Straightforwardness, Happiness and Joy, Heroism and Bravery, Prudence and Balance, Truth and Speech ~ , toc ,
6:I dabbled in stocks and shares a little, but came a cropper. The speculation I carried on for a while has burnt quite a hole in my pocket. I really wish I hadn't. Are you dead against speculation? You ought to know that I do not approve at all of speculation - but what is done is done. ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother III ,
7:Trump represents popularist neofascism and plutocracy, JP disenfranchised young males adrift in a society that no longer gives them guidelines, Greta the youth and the progressive center fighting back against the mess the plutocracy has made of the planet. Those three come most readily to mind as Charismatic Attractors, but I'm sure there must be others. ~ M Alan Kazlev,
8:nabla9 on July 15, 2018 [-] \n\nCommon Lisp as hackish vs protective is nice way to describe it.\n\nAnother way to describe it exploratory vs implementatory.\n\nIn some ways Common Lisp is like Mathematica for programming. It's a language for a computer architect to develop and explore high level concept. It's not a accident that early Javascript prototype was done in common lisp or that metaobject protocols, aspect-oriented programming, etc. were first implemented and experimented with Common Lisp. ~ site, https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17533341 ,
9:John von Neumann (/vɒn ˈnɔɪmən/; Hungarian: Neumann Janos Lajos, pronounced [ˈnɒjmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ]; December 28, 1903 - February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath. He made major contributions to a number of fields, including mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, topology, and numerical analysis), physics (quantum mechanics, hydrodynamics, and quantum statistical mechanics), economics (game theory), computing (Von Neumann architecture, linear programming, self-replicating machines, stochastic computing), and statistics. ~ Wikipedia,
10:Nobility and RefinementNobility: the incapacity for any pettiness either of sentiments or of action.*Aristocracy: incapable of baseness and pettiness, it asserts itself with dignity and authority.*Dignity affirms its worth, but demands nothing.*Dignity of the emotions: not to permit one's emotions to contradict the inner Divinity.*Dignity in the physical: above all bargaining.*Psychic dignity refuses to accept anything that lowers or debases.*Refinement: gradually grossness is eliminated from the being.*Sensitivity: one of the results of the refinement of the being.*Gentleness: always gracious and wishing to give pleasure. ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother II ,
11:At every stage of technique since Daedalus or Hero of Alexandria, the ability of the artificer to produce a working simulacrum of a living organism has always intrigued people. This desire to produce and to study automata has always been expressed in terms of the living technique of the age. In the days of magic, we have the bizarre and sinister concept of Golem, that figure of clay into which the Rabbi of Prague breathed life with the blasphemy of the Ineffable Name of God. In the time of Newton, the automaton becomes the clockwork music box, with the little effigies pirouetting stiffly on top. In the nineteenth century, the automaton is a glorified heat engine, burning some combustible fuel instead of the glycogen of the human muscles. Finally, the present automaton opens doors by means of photocells, or points guns to the place at which a radar beam picks up an airplane, or computes the solution of a differential equation. ~ Norbert Wiener, Cybernetics or control and communication in the animal and the machine 1961,
12:Many are God's forms by which he grows in man; They stamp his thoughts and deeds with divinity, Uplift the stature of the human clay Or slowly transmute it into heavens gold. He is the Good for which men fight and die, He is the war of Right with Titan wrong; He is Freedom rising deathless from her pyre; He is Valour guarding still the desperate pass Or lone and erect on the shattered barricade Or a sentinel in the dangerous echoing Night. He is the crown of the martyr burned in flame And the glad resignation of the saint And courage indifferent to the wounds of Time And the heros might wrestling with death and fate. He is Wisdom incarnate on a glorious throne And the calm autocracy of the sages rule. He is the high and solitary Thought Aloof above the ignorant multitude: He is the prophets voice, the sight of the seer. He is Beauty, nectar of the passionate soul, He is the Truth by which the spirit lives. He is the riches of the spiritual Vast Poured out in healing streams on indigent Life; He is Eternity lured from hour to hour, He is infinity in a little space: He is immortality in the arms of death. These powers I am and at my call they come. Thus slowly I lift mans soul nearer the Light. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri 07.04 - The Triple Soul-Forces,
13:What is the ape to a human? A laughing stock or a painful embarrassment. And that is precisely what the human shall be to the overman: a laughing stock or a painful embarrassment.You have made your way from worm to human, and much in you is still worm. Once you were apes, and even now a human is still more ape than any ape.But whoever is wisest among you is also just a conflict and a cross between plant and ghost. But do I implore you to become ghosts or plants?Behold, I teach you the overman!The overman is the meaning of the earth. Let your will say: the overman shall be the meaning of the earth!I beseech you, my brothers, remain faithful to the earth and do not believe those who speak to you of extraterrestrial hopes! They are mixers of poisons whether they know it or not.They are despisers of life, dying off and self-poisoned, of whom the earth is weary: so let them fade away!Once the sacrilege against God was the greatest sacrilege, but God died, and then all these desecrators died. Now to desecrate the earth is the most terrible thing, and to esteem the bowels of the unfathomable higher than the meaning of the earth!Once the soul gazed contemptuously at the body, and then such contempt was the highest thing: it wanted the body gaunt, ghastly, starved.Thus it intended to escape the body and the earth.Oh this soul was gaunt, ghastly and starved, and cruelty was the lust of this soul!But you, too, my brothers, tell me: what does your body proclaim about your soul? Is your soul not poverty and filth and a pitiful contentment?Truly, mankind is a polluted stream. One has to be a sea to take in a polluted stream without becoming unclean.Behold, I teach you the overman: he is this sea, in him your great contempt can go under.What is the greatest thing that you can experience? It is the hour of your great contempt. The hour in which even your happiness turns to nausea and likewise your reason and your virtue.The hour in which you say: 'What matters my happiness? It is poverty and filth, and a pitiful contentment. But my happiness ought to justify existence itself!' ~ Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra trans. Fred Kaufmann,
14:Sometimes while reading a text one has ideas, then Sweet Mother, how can one distinguish between the other person's idea and one's own?Oh! This, this doesn't exist, the other person's idea and one's own idea. Nobody has ideas of his own: it is an immensity from which one draws according to his personal affinity; ideas are a collective possession, a collective wealth. Only, there are different stages. So there is the most common level, the one where all our brains bathe; this indeed swarms here, it is the level of "Mr. Everybody". And then there is a level that's slightly higher for people who are called thinkers. And then there are higher levels still - many - some of them are beyond words but they are still domains of ideas. And then there are those capable of shooting right up, catching something which is like a light and making it come down with all its stock of ideas, all its stock of thoughts. An idea from a higher domain if pulled down organises itself and is crystallised in a large number of thoughts which can express that idea differently; and then if you are a writer or a poet or an artist, when you make it come lower down still, you can have all kinds of expressions, extremely varied and choice around a single little idea but one coming from very high above. And when you know how to do this, it teaches you to distinguish between the pure idea and the way of expressing it. Some people cannot do it in their own head because they have no imagination or faculty for writing, but they can do it through study by reading what others have written. There are, you know, lots of poets, for instance, who have expressed the same idea - the same idea but with such different forms that when one reads many of them it becomes quite interesting to see (for people who love to read and read much). Ah, this idea, that one has said it like this, that other has expressed it like that, another has formulated it in this way, and so on. And so you have a whole stock of expressions which are expressions by different poets of the same single idea up there, above, high above. And you notice that there is an almost essential difference between the pure idea, the typal idea and its formulation in the mental world, even the speculative or artistic mental world. This is a very good thing to do when one loves gymnastics. It is mental gymnastics. Well, if you want to be truly intelligent, you must know how to do mental gymnastics; as, you see, if you want really to have a fairly strong body you must know how to do physical gymnastics. It is the same thing. People who have never done mental gymnastics have a poor little brain, quite over-simple, and all their life they think like children. One must know how to do this - not take it seriously, in the sense that one shouldn't have convictions, saying, "This idea is true and that is false; this formulation is correct and that one is not and this religion is the true one and that religion is false", and so on and so forth... this, if you enter into it, you become absolutely stupid. But if you can see all that and, for example, take all the religions, one after another and see how they have expressed the same aspiration of the human being for some Absolute, it becomes very interesting; and then you begin... yes, you begin to be able to juggle with all that. And then when you have mastered it all, you can rise above it and look at all the eternal human discussions with a smile. So there you are master of the thought and can no longer fly into a rage because someone else does not think as you, something that's unfortunately a very common malady here. Now, there we are. Nobody has any questions, no? That's enough? Finished! ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955 ,
15:CHAPTER XIIIOF THE BANISHINGS: AND OF THE PURIFICATIONS.Cleanliness is next to Godliness, and had better come first. Purity means singleness. God is one. The wand is not a wand if it has something sticking to it which is not an essential part of itself. If you wish to invoke Venus, you do not succeed if there are traces of Saturn mixed up with it.That is a mere logical commonplace: in magick one must go much farther than this. One finds one's analogy in electricity. If insulation is imperfect, the whole current goes back to earth. It is useless to plead that in all those miles of wire there is only one-hundredth of an inch unprotected. It is no good building a ship if the water can enter, through however small a hole.That first task of the Magician in every ceremony is therefore to render his Circle absolutely impregnable. If one littlest thought intrude upon the mind of the Mystic, his concentration is absolutely destroyed; and his consciousness remains on exactly the same level as the Stockbroker's. Even the smallest baby is incompatible with the virginity of its mother. If you leave even a single spirit within the circle, the effect of the conjuration will be entirely absorbed by it.> {101}The Magician must therefore take the utmost care in the matter of purification, "firstly", of himself, "secondly", of his instruments, "thirdly", of the place of working. Ancient Magicians recommended a preliminary purification of from three days to many months. During this period of training they took the utmost pains with diet. They avoided animal food, lest the elemental spirit of the animal should get into their atmosphere. They practised sexual abstinence, lest they should be influenced in any way by the spirit of the wife. Even in regard to the excrements of the body they were equally careful; in trimming the hair and nails, they ceremonially destroyed> the severed portion. They fasted, so that the body itself might destroy anything extraneous to the bare necessity of its existence. They purified the mind by special prayers and conservations. They avoided the contamination of social intercourse, especially the conjugal kind; and their servitors were disciples specially chosen and consecrated for the work.In modern times our superior understanding of the essentials of this process enables us to dispense to some extent with its external rigours; but the internal purification must be even more carefully performed. We may eat meat, provided that in doing so we affirm that we eat it in order to strengthen us for the special purpose of our proposed invocation.> {102}By thus avoiding those actions which might excite the comment of our neighbours we avoid the graver dangers of falling into spiritual pride.We have understood the saying: "To the pure all things are pure", and we have learnt how to act up to it. We can analyse the mind far more acutely than could the ancients, and we can therefore distinguish the real and right feeling from its imitations. A man may eat meat from self-indulgence, or in order to avoid the dangers of asceticism. We must constantly examine ourselves, and assure ourselves that every action is really subservient to the One Purpose.It is ceremonially desirable to seal and affirm this mental purity by Ritual, and accordingly the first operation in any actual ceremony is bathing and robing, with appropriate words. The bath signifies the removal of all things extraneous to antagonistic to the one thought. The putting on of the robe is the positive side of the same operation. It is the assumption of the fame of mind suitable to that one thought.A similar operation takes place in the preparation of every instrument, as has been seen in the Chapter devoted to that subject. In the preparation of theplace of working, the same considerations apply. We first remove from that place all objects; and we then put into it those objects, and only those {103} objects, which are necessary. During many days we occupy ourselves in this process of cleansing and consecration; and this again is confirmed in the actual ceremony.The cleansed and consecrated Magician takes his cleansed and consecrated instruments into that cleansed and consecrated place, and there proceeds to repeat that double ceremony in the ceremony itself, which has these same two main parts. The first part of every ceremony is the banishing; the second, the invoking. The same formula is repeated even in the ceremony of banishing itself, for in the banishing ritual of the pentagram we not only command the demons to depart, but invoke the Archangels and their hosts to act as guardians of the Circle during our pre-occupation with the ceremony proper.In more elaborate ceremonies it is usual to banish everything by name. Each element, each planet, and each sign, perhaps even the Sephiroth themselves; all are removed, including the very one which we wished to invoke, for that force ... ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA ,

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1:my guilt? Can ~ Terri Blackstock,
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3:Alexis de Tocqueville. ~ Jay Winik,
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6:heavy-stock, ~ Sarah Addison Allen,
7:Babies love fat. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
8:corporatocracy ~ Garth Risk Hallberg,
9:Karlheinz Stockhausen. ~ Tyler Cowen,
10:Stockholm syndrome, ~ Danielle Paige,
11:In Stockton, Illinois, ~ Jamie Gilson,
12:Oxytocin rocks the world. ~ Robin Lim,
13:KetoCaNa y KetoForce ~ Timothy Ferriss,
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15:Stocks can be dynamite. ~ Benjamin Graham,
16:Dreams told the future. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
17:Be where the world is going. ~ Beth Comstock,
18:Canadian hockey is a meritocracy ~ Anonymous,
19:What is “should,” anyway? ~ Chrissy Stockton,
20:But the help always knows. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
21:I have decided not to die. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
22:The Evolution of Katya Tocci. ~ Stylo Fantome,
23:THE STOCK-BROKER’S CLERK ~ Arthur Conan Doyle,
24:Tick-tock. This is a clock. ~ Suzanne Collins,
25:Tick tock, this is a clock. ~ Suzanne Collins,
26:You are a beautiful person ~ Kathryn Stockett,
27:I am not accustomed to protocol. ~ Evo Morales,
28:Marketing is about innovation. ~ Beth Comstock,
29:oxytocin is the “god hormone. ~ James Altucher,
30:Rich folk don't try so hard ~ Kathryn Stockett,
31:Screw you, Stockholm. Screw. You. ~ Jaymin Eve,
32:Ugly live up on the inside. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
33:Bone always outlasts feather ~ Robert Holdstock,
34:I don't buy stocks, I make stocks. ~ Jeff Bezos,
35:Integrity is my stock in trade. ~ Randy Komisar,
36:Mind share before market share. ~ Beth Comstock,
37:Oh, Tocqueville, you're the man. ~ Maira Kalman,
38:Strike, if you will, but listen. ~ Themistocles,
39:We gaan zien. Wij gaan zien. Toch. ~ Hugo Claus,
40:It's dangerous to short stocks. ~ Charlie Munger,
41:Mother's attention. I have to ~ Kathryn Stockett,
42:Avoid hot stocks in hot industries. ~ Peter Lynch,
43:Ben’s chances in the campaign. ~ Terri Blackstock,
44:I no longer limit myself. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
45: Til Stiftamtmand Stockfledt
~ Ambrosius Stub,
46:What are we, Charlie's Angels? ~ Terri Blackstock,
47:You Can Be a Stock Market Genius, ~ Michael Lewis,
48:You can turn your flow into stock. ~ Austin Kleon,
49:All rebels are closet aristocrats. ~ Frank Herbert,
50:I'm tired of the rules," I say. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
51:kids in my lifetime. I know how ~ Kathryn Stockett,
52:Ladies, stock and tend your hive, ~ Samuel Johnson,
53:The Help by Kathryn Stockett. ~ Brittainy C Cherry,
54:Who says meritocracy says oligarchy. ~ Chris Hayes,
55:B2B does not mean boring marketing. ~ Beth Comstock,
56:Buy a business, don't rent stocks. ~ Warren Buffett,
57:CHAPTER 1 August 1962 MAE MOBLEY ~ Kathryn Stockett,
58:Confía solo en lo que puedes tocar ~ Romina Russell,
59:Egotism fears its own self. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
60:Everybody is a bit right. ~ Eugen Rosenstock Huessy,
61:FISHER SEES STOCKS PERMANENTLY HIGH ~ Irving Fisher,
62:Old Mrs. Hempstock sniffed. “You’re a ~ Neil Gaiman,
63:We all on a party line to God... ~ Kathryn Stockett,
64:Who do you know who's lost a buttock? ~ J K Rowling,
65:Art is a business, like any other. ~ Catherine Stock,
66:crying, and go in the toilet bowl ~ Kathryn Stockett,
67:Entitlement and privelege corrupt. ~ James Stockdale,
68:Hoerenpraat natuurlijk, maar toch lief. ~ Hugo Claus,
69:The seas need their own Kyoto Protocol. ~ Enric Sala,
70:What if I'm stuck. Here. Forever. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
71:A stocky zombie with curly orange hair ~ Brandon Mull,
72:Kindness don't have no boundaries. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
73:kindness don’t have no boundaries. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
74:The women take so little stock ~ William Butler Yeats,
75:We seek to be as nimble as a startup. ~ Beth Comstock,
76:Are ruins, then, already here? ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
77:A stock doesn't know that you own it. ~ Warren Buffett,
78:Jim Henson was an absolute genius. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
79:We must keep this a perfect secret. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
80:You kind, you smart, you important. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
81:Cokes at Phi Delta Theta parties and ~ Kathryn Stockett,
82:Mücken haben die blaue Ziege gestochen. ~ Jasper Fforde,
83:Pain and beauty, our constant bedfellows ~ Nick Bantock,
84:Some dream in color. We dream in scale. ~ Beth Comstock,
85:as B. J. Oliphant’s Shirley McClintock. ~ Carolyn G Hart,
86:La vida es una canción, Anne. Vamos a tocar. ~ Anonymous,
87:My heart and soul are in the Stratocaster ~ Adrian Belew,
88:Nothing has happened until it happens ~ Robert Holdstock,
89:RANDOM-WALK AND ACTUAL STOCK-MARKET CHARTS ~ Nate Silver,
90:The Aryan stock is bound to triumph. ~ Winston Churchill,
91:Treat your socks and stockings with respect ~ Marie Kond,
92:When the clock Tick Tocks the party never stops! ~ Kesha,
93:4. The Moving Finger (1943) Lymstock is ~ Agatha Christie,
94:An idea doesn't count if you can't use it ~ Beth Comstock,
95:dopamine, endorphin, oxytocin ~ Loretta Graziano Breuning,
96:Genius is a rising stock market. ~ John Kenneth Galbraith,
97:Hammer down protocol is a loss-loss solution. ~ Toba Beta,
98:If guilt's a luxury, then I'm a plutocrat. ~ Fritz Leiber,
99:If stocks are optimistic, then so am I. ~ Lawrence Kudlow,
100:No puedo salvarme porque no toco fondo. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
101:stiletto heels. The stockings were nude ~ Heather Rainier,
102:The stock actor is a stage calamity ~ George Bernard Shaw,
103:Buy stocks where the outlook is not good. ~ Walter Schloss,
104:History is a graveyard of aristocracies. ~ Vilfredo Pareto,
105:Know thyself. Know the customer. Innovate. ~ Beth Comstock,
106:Man,--the aristocrat amongst the animals. ~ Heinrich Heine,
107:Nada puede tocar ni ser tocado si no es cuerpo ~ Lucretius,
108:A well-stocked mind is safe from boredom. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
109:a well-stocked mind is safe from boredom. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
110:Cats are autocrats of naked self-interest. ~ Camille Paglia,
111:Eres buena, eres lista, eres importante. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
112:He calls you dear Sabine - Patronizing fart! ~ Nick Bantock,
113:Socialism is a new form of slavery. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
114:There is no bird flu in commercial stocks. ~ Michael E Mann,
115:There's no place left inside me for you. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
116:When the stocks go up, the cocks go up! ~ Xaviera Hollander,
117:Callipygian:
Having shapely buttocks. ~ Stephanie Perkins,
118:congenial to the plutocrats who sponsor ~ Anand Giridharadas,
119:I'd cry, if only I had the time to do it. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
120:If the stock goes down we want to buy more. ~ Walter Schloss,
121:I'm going to retain a lot of Microsoft's stock. ~ Bill Gates,
122:Life rocks. It’s better than Woodstock. ~ Karen Marie Moning,
123:livestock or horses. What’s that place about? ~ David Bishop,
124:Never Google yourself. Seriously, don't! ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
125:Selling real estate isn't like selling stock. ~ Donald Trump,
126:She dumb.” I sigh. “But she ain’t stupid. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
127:The aristocrats and bureaucrats are dirty rats. ~ Ray Davies,
128:What kind of sick Stockholm Syndrome is that? ~ Keary Taylor,
129:America is great because she is good. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
130:Bosoms are for bedrooms and breastfeeding. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
131:Do you ever wish you could… change things? ~ Kathryn Stockett,
132:If he is not a Tick, does that make him a Tock? ~ Emily McKay,
133:I intend to stay on her like hair on soap. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
134:Laughing stock: cattle with a sense of humor. ~ Steven Wright,
135:loved to go and make fun of the homecoming ~ Terri Blackstock,
136:Some things I just got to keep for myself. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
137:Stocks you trade, it's wives you're stuck with. ~ Peter Lynch,
138:The man is a perfect dragon for protocol. ~ Elizabeth Gilbert,
139:time wasted is not always a waste of time. ~ Terri Blackstock,
140:War is never a meritocracy for the casualties. ~ Harlan Coben,
141:Who knew paper and ink could be so vicious ~ Kathryn Stockett,
142:...a well-stocked mind is safe from boredom. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
143:Bullshit is every good lawyer’s stock in trade. ~ Stephen King,
144:If babies had guns, they wouldn't be aborted. ~ Steve Stockman,
145:La vida es para asumirla con valentía. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
146:Minden mese és dallam varázslatból születik ~ Robert Holdstock,
147:No one becomes a laughingstock who laughs at himself. ~ Seneca,
148:That is the most odiously aristocratic belief, ~ Stephen Crane,
149:There is no question we have an access stock. ~ Warren Buffett,
150:War is never a meritocracy for the casualties . ~ Harlan Coben,
151:Yeah, we know. Tick, tock. Nuts is in shock, ~ Suzanne Collins,
152:estremeço quando você me toca
temo que seja ele ~ Rupi Kaur,
153:for a well-stocked mind is safe from boredom. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
154:Have patience. Stocks don't go up immediately. ~ Walter Schloss,
155:he had lived the existence of a sated aristocrat; ~ Jack London,
156:I own stock, and I also insure my car with Geico. ~ Ernie Banks,
157:It's a racket. Those stock market guys are crooked. ~ Al Capone,
158:Protocol never outweighed doing what was right. ~ Eric Rickstad,
159:Sometimes they go to it with only one buttock. ~ Sarah Bakewell,
160:The best stock to buy is the one you already own. ~ Peter Lynch,
161:The deft white-stockinged dance in thick-soled ~ Marianne Moore,
162:Who knew heartbreak would be so goddamn hot. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
163:You is kind. You is smart. You is important. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
164:You is kind, you is smart, you is important. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
165:Aristocracy is just a fancy word for thievery. ~ Roshani Chokshi,
166:A severed foot is the ultimate stocking stuffer. ~ Mitch Hedberg,
167:A whole nation cannot rise above itself. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
168:I don't like all this business stuff. I like stocks. ~ Fetty Wap,
169:Invest in stupidity, its stocks never go down. ~ William C Brown,
170:Life is to be entered upon with courage. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
171:men cannot do without dogmatical belief; ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
172:My tastes are aristocratic, my actions democratic. ~ Victor Hugo,
173:Sintió que un dedo de hielo le tocaba el corazón. ~ Stephen King,
174:The lobby is the army of the plutocracy. ~ William Graham Sumner,
175:You never really know a stock until you own it. ~ Walter Schloss,
176:All around you everything is on the move. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
177:callipygian: having beautifully proportioned buttocks ~ Anonymous,
178:Did vampirism encourage Stockholm syndrome? ~ MaryJanice Davidson,
179:Great leaders gain authority by giving it away. ~ James Stockdale,
180:He who commands the sea has command of everything. ~ Themistocles,
181:Isn't it true that every aristocrat wants to die? ~ Harold Pinter,
182:My job was to find stocks that were undervalued. ~ Walter Schloss,
183:A autoconfiança pode fazer qualquer coisa dar certo. ~ Lena Dunham,
184:As a midwife, I am immersed in Oxytocin day and night. ~ Robin Lim,
185:Glamour is what I sell, it's my stock in trade. ~ Marlene Dietrich,
186:Hold no more stocks than you can remain informed on. ~ Peter Lynch,
187:I have with me two gods, Persuasion and Compulsion. ~ Themistocles,
188:I think Stockman is an interesting sort of amalgam. ~ Paul Krugman,
189:It is pointless to be any less than all you can be. ~ Nick Bantock,
190:Speculator: One who bought stocks that went down. ~ Malcolm Forbes,
191:The only true aristocracy is that of consciousness. ~ D H Lawrence,
192:Autocorrect can go straight to he’ll. -E-card Loki ~ Lani Lynn Vale,
193:Better wizards than you have lost buttocks, you know! ~ J K Rowling,
194:Britain is obsessed with political correctness. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
195:I don't mind not being cool; I wear a cardigan. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
196:I was just stock in the middle, vague and undefined. ~ Sarah Dessen,
197:Like a barber's chair that fits all buttocks. ~ William Shakespeare,
198:Sometimes willpower alone cannot make things happen. ~ Nick Bantock,
199:Sweet Jesus, you're wearing stockings."--Christian Grey ~ E L James,
200:Vengeance is mine, sayeth Noel Bostock. I will repay. ~ Lissa Evans,
201:You can't sell anything if you can't tell anything. ~ Beth Comstock,
202:Arrogance. A vice of being undead, Toc the Younger. ~ Steven Erikson,
203:He never trusted Jobs with a key to the stockroom. ~ Walter Isaacson,
204:He's a pig and I don't allow livestock in the house. ~ Erin McCarthy,
205:que giraba en mi cabeza tocando siempre la misma música: ~ Anonymous,
206:Relax your buttocks, dear boy!” Merlin called back. ~ Soman Chainani,
207:Remember that the stock market is manic-depressive. ~ Warren Buffett,
208:Stock market risk is ok, but not for Social Security. ~ Barack Obama,
209:Abolish plutocracy if you would abolish poverty. ~ Rutherford B Hayes,
210:Aristocracy: government by the badly educated. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
211:As dad would always say, when in doubt- play for time. ~ Nick Bantock,
212:I did not have a van, or wear Birkenstocks and tie-dyes. ~ Rachel Zoe,
213:I got a waterbed, but my husband stocked it with trout. ~ Joan Rivers,
214:I'm from durable stock. I'm made to work. I'm Irish. ~ Mary McCormack,
215:it always sound scarier when a hollerer talk soft. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
216:Los objetos no deberían tocar, puesto que no viven ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
217:...steeped like a teabag in aristocratic pretensions... ~ Philip Roth,
218:The hand that stocks the drug stores rules the world. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
219:To be a great autocrat you must be a great barbarian. ~ Joseph Conrad,
220:War is never a meritocracy for the casualties. Shane’s ~ Harlan Coben,
221:We all get old together/And we all get old forever. ~ Jeff Rosenstock,
222:We don't put the same amount of money in each stock. ~ Walter Schloss,
223:You have to tell a story before you can sell a story. ~ Beth Comstock,
224:An aristocracy is the true support of a monarchy. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
225:Aristocracy is kept up by family tyranny and injustice. ~ Thomas Paine,
226:Hamilton never had need of sandbags in his stockings. ~ Elizabeth Levy,
227:It seems like at some point you'd run out of awful. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
228:Righteous women in their circle of influence, ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
229:Why don't we just build you an house outside Hilly? ~ Kathryn Stockett,
230:Alexis de Tocqueville’s masterpiece, Democracy in America ~ Amor Towles,
231:Chuva, chuva. Continuaria Berthe Trépat tocando piano? ~ Julio Cort zar,
232:If a business does well, the stock eventually follows. ~ Warren Buffett,
233:My favorite time frame for holding a stock is forever. ~ Warren Buffett,
234:Piety, like nobility, has its aristocracy. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
235:Sorry is the fool who ever underestimates my mother. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
236:The goal for the photographer is be visually articulate. ~ Dennis Stock,
237:You should look at stocks as small pieces of business. ~ Warren Buffett,
238:All I'm saying is, kindness don't have no boundaries. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
239:All I’m saying is, kindness don’t have no boundaries. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
240:Behind every stock is a company. Find out what it's doing. ~ Peter Lynch,
241:Cuando eres adolescente no eres intocable. Eres estúpido. ~ Jodi Picoult,
242:I soon perceived that the influence of this fact ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
243:It was delicious to have someone to keep secrets with ~ Kathryn Stockett,
244:Nobody is going to occupy a place higher than I. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
245:No toques el saxofón, déjate tocar por él. CHARLIE PARKER ~ Phil Jackson,
246:Protocol is etiquette with a government expense account. ~ Judith Martin,
247:Some kinds of stocks are easier to analyse than others. ~ Walter Schloss,
248:Tender creatures, these aristocrats. Who would have guessed? ~ Shana Abe,
249:The stock market and economy are two different things. ~ Milton Friedman,
250:The world belongs to those with the most energy. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
251:wages of labour, the profits of stock, or the rent of land. ~ Adam Smith,
252:Wen das Wort nicht schlägt, den schlägt auch der Stock nicht. ~ Socrates,
253:We need a new political science for a new world. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
254:A lawyer's time and advice are his(her) stock in trade. ~ Abraham Lincoln,
255:From Themistocles began the saying, "He is a second Hercules." ~ Plutarch,
256:I've never bought a stock unless, in my view, it was on sale. ~ John Neff,
257:La democrazia è il potere di un popolo informato. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
258:Oxytocin is a Teflon hormone - bad news rolls off it. ~ Robert M Sapolsky,
259:Parties are a necessary evil in free governments. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
260:Parties are an evil inherent in free governments, ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
261:Sholem Aleichem defined a shadkhn as “a dealer in livestock. ~ Leo Rosten,
262:Some, but much of my money is tied up in Playboy stock. ~ Christie Hefner,
263:We keep our prices low and our manners high. -Miss Bartocci ~ Colm T ib n,
264:When asked what the stock market will do: It will fluctuate. ~ J P Morgan,
265:When it comes to wine and buttocks, the redder, the better. ~ Danny Tyran,
266:You is kind. You is smart. You is important. -Aibileen ~ Kathryn Stockett,
267:You must value the business in order to value the stock. ~ Charlie Munger,
268:Aristocracy has a tendency to degenerate the human species. ~ Thomas Paine,
269:Capitalism's surplus was enough to sate any rational autocrat. ~ Anonymous,
270:Cause everbody care. Black, white, deep down we all do. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
271:Despotism can do without faith but freedom cannot. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
272:Il y a chez un être tant de choses que nous ignorons... ~ Kathryn Stockett,
273:Insanity has infected all the central banks of the world. ~ David Stockman,
274:That's not a run in your stocking, it's a hand on your leg. ~ Frank O Hara,
275:Theatre is the most democratic side of literature. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
276:The beautiful thing about pain is that it evokes honesty. ~ Shawn Stockman,
277:The girly movie i secretly love is Pippy Longstockings. ~ Robert Pattinson,
278:You is kind,” she say, “you is smart. You is important. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
279:You're as white as a nun's buttock. Are you all right? ~ Carlos Ruiz Zafon,
280:If you want something Scottish, go get yourself a kilt. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
281:I think character is permanent, and issues are transient. ~ James Stockdale,
282:perhaps prompted by too many donuts in the line of duty. ~ David A Stockman,
283:stock runnin’ on the plains south of the Platte all the way ~ Louis L Amour,
284:A hyperactive stock market is the pickpocket of enterprise. ~ Warren Buffett,
285:Bo gdy mówią tylko oczy, rozmowa toczy się przecież na "ty"... ~ Thomas Mann,
286:dirty ain’t a color, disease ain’t the Negro side a town. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
287:I don't stand on protocol. Just call me your Excellency. ~ Henry A Kissinger,
288:mitochondrial DNA is inherited only through the maternal line. ~ Nessa Carey,
289:She who licks her lips knows the taste of her lover's desires ~ Nick Bantock,
290:The aristocrat is the democrat ripe, and gone to seed. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
291:The majority of world stock markets are now owned by the Arabs. ~ Alex Jones,
292:We may be just two different clocks, that do not tock in unison. ~ Lang Leav,
293:You shouldn't just pick a stock - you should do your homework. ~ Peter Lynch,
294:bluestocking, Nancy. Married life has quite changed something ~ Kate Atkinson,
295:I have an aristocratic smile and like to punch people. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
296:I have invested in the stock market since I was very young. ~ Christie Hefner,
297:I'm sorry, but were you dropped on your head as an infant? ~ Kathryn Stockett,
298:Jeremy Siegel’s Stocks for the Long Run (1994)—culminating, ~ Benjamin Graham,
299:like sales margins or profits. In the short-term, stock prices ~ John C Bogle,
300:There is a sweetness in being the sole source, the autocratic ~ Ivan Turgenev,
301:There’s no AutoCorrect in life—think before texting the universe. ~ Anonymous,
302:The Stream interface has AutoCloseable as a superinterface. ~ Cay S Horstmann,
303:We’relikebirdstryingtoclimbatreetoreachforthefreedomofthe bluesky ~ Anonymous,
304:chaise longue and slowly pulled on a stocking. Her body twinged ~ Eloisa James,
305:Fehu Meaning: Livestock, Wealth, Energy, Fertility, Creation ~ Eoghan Odinsson,
306:I don't regret it, but I don't feel quite as lucky anymore. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
307:I'm an adventurer. I like invention, I like discovery. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
308:I realized I actually had a choice in what I could believe. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
309:Many men today are running on adrenaline and not anointing. ~ Larry Stockstill,
310:Our aristocracy, unlike that of Europe, is open to all comers. ~ Josiah Strong,
311:Remembering can be almost as good as what actually happens. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
312:Thought is not consecrated unless it resists trends. ~ Eugen Rosenstock Huessy,
313:Ugly live up on the inside. Ugly be a hurtful, mean person. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
314:All things are known, Tallis, but most things are forgotten. ~ Robert Holdstock,
315:And I now think that Stratocasters and Telecasters are way cool. ~ John Fogerty,
316:completely furnished, and the kitchen was stocked with dishes, ~ Sawyer Bennett,
317:Despotism may govern without faith, but liberty cannot. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
318:For the impious act begets more after it, like to the parent stock. ~ Aeschylus,
319:I do my thieving indoors; you do yours on the Stock Exchange. ~ Maurice Leblanc,
320:I don’t know why the bad have to happen to the goodest ones, ~ Kathryn Stockett,
321:If the market were way over priced, I wouldn't own any stocks. ~ Walter Schloss,
322:I made a mental note to buy stock in the Iraqi padlock company. ~ Jack Coughlin,
323:Investment success does not require glamour stocks or bull markets. ~ John Neff,
324:It is true that the eyes dominate the ears in our time. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
325:it smells like grade school—boredom, paste, Lysoled vomit. I ~ Kathryn Stockett,
326:Keep it simple and focus on 4-5 simple retail/consumer small cap stocks! ~ Mika,
327:Many would live by their Wits, but break for want of Stock. ~ Benjamin Franklin,
328:May you live to see the green grass growing over your grave. ~ Frank R Stockton,
329:My stockbroker asked me something important today: paper or plastic? ~ Jay Leno,
330:Never, ever tie up your stockings. Never, ever ball up your socks. ~ Marie Kond,
331:Once you perceive, you pursue. Once you pursue, you receive. ~ Larry Stockstill,
332:Stocks have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau. ~ Irving Fisher,
333:Stocks have tanked. Shouldn't you have asked for that money back? ~ John McCain,
334:The last thing abandoned by a party is its phraseology. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
335:The only thing that's doing well in America is the stock market. ~ Donald Trump,
336:There is nobody as hopelessly vulgar as a British aristocrat... ~ Charles Finch,
337:We have an underdeveloped democracy and overdeveloped plutocracy. ~ Ralph Nader,
338:Women flirt to keep their stock high, men to get somewhere. ~ Mignon McLaughlin,
339:Woodstock was both a peaceful protest and a global celebration. ~ Richie Havens,
340:You know you are fat when you hug a child and it gets lost. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
341:Apparently she was going to have to stock up on ugly knitwear. * ~ Leigh Bardugo,
342:Books are for reading, not for turning oneself into livestock. ~ Cassandra Clare,
343:born on a early Sunday morning in August, 1960. A church baby ~ Kathryn Stockett,
344:Camerado, isto não é um livro,
Quem nele tocar, toca num homem ~ Walt Whitman,
345:Find I can get my point across a lot better writing them down ~ Kathryn Stockett,
346:I cannot fiddle, but I can make a great state from a little city. ~ Themistocles,
347:I don't want to feel like I'm stuck doing one-stock performances. ~ Mark Ruffalo,
348:It's no fun to be a bluestocking in a family of jockstraps. ~ Colleen McCullough,
349:Kemp-Roth was always a Trojan horse to bring down the top rate. ~ David Stockman,
350:Si el amor se alimenta de música, seguid tocando"
(Shakepeare) ~ Clive Barker,
351:Stock your minds and you can move through the world resplendent. ~ Frank McCourt,
352:... the best way to own common stocks is through an index fund. ~ Warren Buffett,
353:The hottest thing in the world is to wear pants with stockings. ~ Diana Vreeland,
354:There is always room in our budget for a little experimentation. ~ Beth Comstock,
355:Why is it that looking down seems so much higher than looking up? ~ Nick Bantock,
356:A true friend is someone with whom protocol is no longer necessary. ~ Simon Sinek,
357:I don’t own any stocks or bonds. All my money is tied up in debt. ~ George Carlin,
358:If Iran was a stock, you folks should go out and buy it right now. ~ Donald Trump,
359:I had rather mistrust my own capacity than God's justice. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
360:I spend my jollity on stage, so there is less in my own life. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
361:It is impossible to add the stock of money to the flow of saving. ~ Joan Robinson,
362:People don't believe this, but Hollywood really is a meritocracy. ~ Rashida Jones,
363:Should have stocked up on condoms for the eventual trip to Fucktown. ~ Celia Kyle,
364:The cheaper the stock, the better the outlook for future returns. ~ Robert Haugen,
365:The stock exchange is a poor substitute for the Holy Grail. ~ Joseph A Schumpeter,
366:The stock market has predicted nine of the last five recessions. ~ Paul Samuelson,
367:To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive. - Tochee ~ Peter F Hamilton,
368:Under wage labor, the art advances, the artisan declines. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
369:We are tired of aristocratic explanations in Harvard words. ~ Dwight D Eisenhower,
370:You never see the stock called Happiness quoted on the exchange. ~ Henry Van Dyke,
371:Chance does nothing that has not been prepared beforehand. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
372:Expect URZ stock to perform well as mining begins at Nichols Ranch. ~ David Talbot,
373:Frying chicken always makes me feel a little better about life. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
374:Callipygian. Having shapely buttocks. Nice one, Bridge. ~ Stephanie Perkins,
375:I guess we all get a little snippy when we're not feeling good. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
376:....I realized I actually had a choice in what I could believe. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
377:I tucked this away, afraid to admit how good it was to hear it. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
378:One experiments and has to choose always the best results. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
379:she hurriedly wipes her eyes so that he can see the girl he wishes. ~ Nick Bantock,
380:Since when was the stock market an accurate barometer of anything? ~ Arthur Hailey,
381:Thank goodness God is still faithful even when we’re faithless. ~ Terri Blackstock,
382:The ignorance of how to use knowledge stockpiles exponentially. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
383:The public be damned. I am working for my stockholders. ~ William Henry Vanderbilt,
384:You can find that sort of regularity in Stock Exchange quotations. ~ Robert Bunsen,
385:A great democratic revolution is taking place in our midst. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
386:and eyes that moved back and forth as it tocked. Prospective clients ~ Robert Crais,
387:Even was zelfs heer Anton van zijn protocollaire à propos gebracht. ~ John Flanagan,
388:For the immediate future, at least, the outlook (stocks) is bright. ~ Irving Fisher,
389:God will help you,” Maggie said. “He’s just waiting to be asked. ~ Terri Blackstock,
390:I had a few stocks, but stocks took a dive. I never sell my stocks. ~ Mickey Gilley,
391:I had my share of critics, and I wash my hands of the whole lot. ~ Frank R Stockton,
392:It is pointless to be any less than all you can be. - Sabine Strohem ~ Nick Bantock,
393:Los sueños son para los que duermen, a nosotros nos toca vivir. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides,
394:O inferno deve ser algo parecido com vários despertadores tocando ~ Iris Figueiredo,
395:On the theoretical side, I was concerned with stochastic resonance. ~ Richard Ernst,
396:peeled gingerroot inserted in her ass so she can’t clench her buttocks, ~ E L James,
397:The most successful comics are always the hardest-working ones. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
398:there is no aristocracy of grief. Grief is a great leveler. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
399:Ticktock, people,” Cam said. “Time is running out.
We need to fly. ~ Lauren Kate,
400:We don't have ways of resolving the arguments in idea meritocratic way. ~ Ray Dalio,
401:Ze zocht zo hard dat op een gegeven moment de zoektocht het doel werd. ~ Emma Cline,
402:All the math you need in the stock market you get in the fourth grade. ~ Peter Lynch,
403:A painter who has the feel of breasts and buttocks is saved. ~ Pierre Auguste Renoir,
404:Aristocrats have heirs; the poor have children; the rest keep dogs. ~ Spike Milligan,
405:C-3PO thought they were overdoing protocol? That was a very bad sign. ~ Claudia Gray,
406:Cat got on the porch this morning, bout give me a cadillac arrest ~ Kathryn Stockett,
407:Every age that has historical status is governed by aristocracies. ~ Joseph Goebbels,
408:He [Napoleon] was as great as a man can be without morality. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
409:I became aware that all sounds can make meaningful language. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
410:I don't believe in public humiliation. It went out with the stocks. ~ Penelope Keith,
411:I even like your deceit, your treachery. It seems aristocratic to me. ~ Henry Miller,
412:I keep my campaign promises, but I never promised to wear stockings. ~ Ella T Grasso,
413:I'm proud of being British, but I think our aristocracy is overrated. ~ Paloma Faith,
414:I rarely fly, for environmental reasons more than anything else. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
415:konna ketsu no ana mitai na tochi ni namae nante aru wake nai ja nai ka, ~ Anonymous,
416:Lost time is like a run in a stocking. It always gets worse. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh,
417:My sister-in-law found a real surprise in her stockings - my brother. ~ Milton Berle,
418:Natural gas is a feedstock in basically every industrial process. ~ Aubrey McClendon,
419:Pause for a moment, you wretched weakling, and take stock of yourself. ~ Don DeLillo,
420:Plutocracy.' It has a perfect nuance: chilly, inaccessible, icy-rich. ~ Graham Joyce,
421:The last thing a political party gives up is its vocabulary. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
422:They ain’t rich folk, that I know. Rich folk don’t try so hard. I ~ Kathryn Stockett,
423:Tidying is a way of taking stock that shows us what we really like. The ~ Marie Kond,
424:To each their own. Skills used unselfishly make for co-operation. ~ Robert Holdstock,
425:When I buy a stock, I have kind of an idea where I want to sell it. ~ Walter Schloss,
426:Absolute excellence is rarely to be found in any legislation. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
427:A los ídolos no hay que tocarlos: se queda el dorado en las manos. ~ Gustave Flaubert,
428:Colui che non osa toccare la spina, non dovrebbe mai desiderare la rosa. ~ Anne Bront,
429:Don’t disappear on me, Dylan.” I hope I don’t disappear on myself. ~ Terri Blackstock,
430:Fred Astaire represented the aristocracy, I represented the proletariat. ~ Gene Kelly,
431:... gdy mężczyźni walczą ze sobą otwarcie, my musimy toczyć skryte boje ~ C W Gortner,
432:If we repealed all the laws of the world marriage would still exist. ~ Tom McClintock,
433:I was surprise to see the world didn't stop just cause my boy did. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
434:meritocracies. Computer programming didn't operate as an old-boy network, ~ Anonymous,
435:No hay que tocar a los ídolos: su dorado se nos queda en las manos ~ Gustave Flaubert,
436:Out of our deepest memories come the forgotten forms of the past, ~ Robert Holdstock,
437:[...] que no importa cuán listos seamos, a veces nos toca perder, [...] ~ Jorge Bucay,
438:The phone ring so I go in the kitchen and answer it. “Got a little ~ Kathryn Stockett,
439:They can shout down the head of the physics department at Cal Tech. ~ James Stockdale,
440:A highly developed stock exchange cannot be a club for the cult of ethics. ~ Max Weber,
441:Any good kitchen should be stocked up in oysters, shouldn't they? ~ Michael Fassbender,
442:Comstock, "but I left a wrong impression with you. I don't want ~ Gene Stratton Porter,
443:If you don't follow the stock market, you are missing some amazing drama. ~ Mark Cuban,
444:I just do not understand the stock market. It is like reading Russian. ~ Kate Thornton,
445:In England we only make films about the working class or the aristocracy. ~ Nigel Cole,
446:Optimistic buyers of stocks are bulls, pessimistic sellers are bears. ~ Niall Ferguson,
447:People don’t buy stock; it gets sold to them. Don’t ever forget that. ~ Jordan Belfort,
448:«se podría meter un camión por los agujeros de nuestros protocolos». ~ Steven D Levitt,
449:The real key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them. ~ Peter Lynch,
450:The socks and stockings stored in your drawer are essentially on holiday. ~ Marie Kond,
451:When aristocrats pretend they're common people -- they get common! ~ August Strindberg,
452:You pay a very high price in the stock market for a cheery consensus. ~ Warren Buffett,
453:A farm without stock, a home without children. The world here was dying. ~ Rene Denfeld,
454:After the aristocracy of birth had come the aristocracy of money. ~ Joris Karl Huysmans,
455:Buy stocks like you buy your groceries, not like you buy your perfume. ~ Warren Buffett,
456:I don’t put any stock in whatever it is that happens inside my head. ~ Banana Yoshimoto,
457:I have only one passion, the love of liberty and human dignity. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
458:I'm starting to hate the whiny teenage songs about love and nothing. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
459:Military discipline is merely a perfection of social servitude. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
460:Someone whose eyes simply said, without words, You are fine with me. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
461:The American public historically was really not part of the stock market. ~ Ron Chernow,
462:The day I was announced as CEO, I think the stock dropped another 20%. ~ Anne M Mulcahy,
463:The way everything she said made me smile had to be the Stockholm Syndrome. ~ C D Reiss,
464:We have built something [a nuclear stockpile] bigger than we can drive. ~ Rachel Maddow,
465:Amongst democratic nations, each new generation is a new people. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
466:A stock operator has to fight a lot of expensive enemies within himself. ~ Edwin Lefevre,
467:A stock operator has to fight a lot of expensive enemies within himself. ~ Edwin Lef vre,
468:Clérel de Tocqueville, La Rochefoucauld, Noailles, Talleyrand-Périgord. ~ Liaquat Ahamed,
469:De eeuwige rust komt toch wel – daar hoef ik geen voorschot op te nemen. ~ Harry Mulisch,
470:El Fracaso toca la puerta de las Mentes desprevenidas muy a menudo. ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
471:Having different types of stocks in your portfolio can enhance returns. ~ Kenneth Fisher,
472:I am not criticizing investing in the stock market; I am an investor. ~ Grace Napolitano,
473:I don't give a damn about the stock market. But I do care about jobs. ~ George Voinovich,
474:If singing was a color, it would've been the color of that chocolate. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
475:It is the civil jury that really saved the liberties of England. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
476:share of stock is not a lottery ticket. It’s part ownership of a business. ~ Peter Lynch,
477:Time to figure out if I need to buy stock in Smith & Wesson or Magnum ~ Harper Sloan,
478:Why yes, I did want to disengage the safety protocols, thanks for asking. ~ Martha Wells,
479:Words strike the air and the mind, they act on the senses and on the soul. ~ Jan Potocki,
480:All of us were fighting long before we were farming and raising livestock. ~ James Luceno,
481:Anyone who considers protocol unimportant has never dealt with a cat. ~ Robert A Heinlein,
482:As far as you are concerned, the stock market does not exist. Ignore it. ~ Warren Buffett,
483:Eloquence is a republican art, as conversation is an aristocratic one. ~ George Santayana,
484:Es tan difícil como hacer parar el Shinkansen en una estación que no le toca. ~ Anonymous,
485:Every child in American should have access to a well-stocked school library. ~ Laura Bush,
486:In big companies projects have to scale and Lean Startup help us to do it ~ Beth Comstock,
487:Old sciences are unraveled like old stockings, by beginning at the foot. ~ Jonathan Swift,
488:The deadliest foe of democracy is not autocracy but liberty frenzied. ~ Otto Hermann Kahn,
489:The dumbest reason in the world to buy a stock is because it's going up. ~ Warren Buffett,
490:The more alike men are, the weaker each feels in the face of all. ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
491:The night will take the day’s bones and sweat them into dream-stock, ~ Patrick McGuinness,
492:The stock market is overpriced. Everything is overpriced. Junk is king. ~ Jeremy Grantham,
493:Todo acto en nuestras vidas toca alguna cuerda que vibrará en la eternidad. ~ Rick Warren,
494:Town-meetings are to liberty what primary schools are to science; ~ Alexis de Tocqueville,
495:Write about what disturbs you, particularly if it bothers no one else. ~ Kathryn Stockett,
496:You have to keep your priorities straight if you plan to do well in stocks. ~ Peter Lynch,
497:Ah well... wand still in your jeans? Both buttocks still on? Okay, let’s go. ~ J K Rowling,
498:All characters are based on elements of a writer's personal experience. ~ Robert Holdstock,
499:Bulls and bears aren't responsible for as many stock losses as bumsteers. ~ Richard Miller,
500:He who believes in nothing still needs a girl to believe in him. ~ Eugen Rosenstock Huessy,

--- IN CHAPTERS (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)



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   91 Occultism
   11 Philosophy
   3 Yoga
   3 Integral Yoga
   1 Kabbalah
   1 Christianity


   90 Aleister Crowley
   13 Sri Aurobindo
   9 The Mother
   8 Aldous Huxley
   5 Sri Ramakrishna
   4 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   3 Swami Krishnananda
   3 Satprem
   3 Friedrich Nietzsche
   2 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 Carl Jung


   85 Magick Without Tears
   9 The Mothers Agenda
   8 The Perennial Philosophy
   8 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   5 The Secret Doctrine
   5 Talks
   5 Savitri
   5 Liber ABA
   4 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   4 The Life Divine
   3 Walden
   3 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   3 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   3 Essays Divine And Human
   2 Twilight of the Idols
   2 Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
   2 Isha Upanishad
   2 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   2 Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin
   2 Aion


0.06_-_1956, #Agenda Vol 1, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  
  But the age of Communism, too, will pass. For Communism as it is preached is not constructive, it is a weapon to combat plutocracy. But when the battle is over and the armies are disbanded for want of employment, then Communism, having no more utility, will be transformed into something else that will express a higher truth.
  

02.02_-_The_Kingdom_of_Subtle_Matter, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  This medium serves a greater Consciousness:
  A vessel of its concealed autocracy,
  It is the subtle ground of Matter's worlds,

02.03_-_The_Glory_and_the_Fall_of_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Life's puissances reigned on seats of marble will,
  High dominations and autocracies
  And laurelled strengths and armed imperative mights.

02.10_-_The_Kingdoms_and_Godheads_of_the_Little_Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Increase their value by their poverty;
  The old sure memories are its capital stock:
  Only what sense can grasp seems absolute:
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  Art of her wisdom, artifice of her lore.
  This art, this artifice are her only stock.
  In her high works of pure intelligence,

07.04_-_The_Triple_Soul-Forces, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The high changeless values, the peaked eminences,
  The privileged aristocracy of Truth,
  And in the governing Ideal's sun
  The triumvirate of wisdom, love and bliss
  And the sole autocracy of the absolute Light.
  
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  He is Wisdom incarnate on a glorious throne
  And the calm autocracy of the sage's rule.
  

10.03_-_The_Debate_of_Love_and_Death, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  A poor self-righteous virtue is her stock
  And reason's pragmatic grope or abstract sight,

1.008_-_The_Principle_of_Self-Affirmation, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The next step is what we may call 'taking stock of our situation' before we actually embark upon the great adventure of whole-souled meditation. What do we mean by 'taking stock'? Every businessman knows it. We just try to find out what things are there. How much is there on the credit side, or how much on the debit side? How much we owe others, and how much others owe us will be revealed from a stock-taking process. It is said that the true inner structure of a person never gets revealed in ordinary life as long as the mind is pulled in different directions. We know very well that if our right hand is pulled by someone and our left hand is pulled by someone else, and if everyone starts pulling us from all directions, we cannot assess our true state of affairs on account of our diversion of attention in the direction of the pulls exerted upon our personality. Our psychological personality receives the impact of these pulls every day in our life so that we are never ourselves, even for a few minutes of the day. We are always artificial personalities, a fact which will not come to the daylight of understanding because we have never been anything other than that. This artificial personality of ours may become so strong and impetuous that it may persist even in sleep, so that we are artificial even in sleep. The true nature will not get revealed because of the heavy impact of this artificial set-up of our life.
  
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  These are things which cannot be learned theoretically by the study of books, because very few people have lost everything; we always have something with us. But to experience that moment of reckoning, we must lose everything, even our last strip of cloth; no one should want to even look at our face, as if we are the worst perhaps in the whole of creation. Such should be the condition to come upon us nothing to eat, no food of any kind, no place to lie down, no raiment on the body, everything is horrible at that moment the true nature of a person comes out. Otherwise, whatever self-analysis we will do, it will be an analysis of the false personality. Psychological analysis or yogic investigation conducted by a false mind will produce only false results and, therefore, a very superior type of CID (Central Intelligence Division) agent, who is not involved in the case on hand, is necessary to investigate into the mind someone quite different from and outside the purview of the operation of the involved mind. Such a mind is called the higher mind, which is in us. It is this higher mind that has to do what is called the stock-taking of one's own condition.
  
  When a person seriously takes to the practice of yoga, a thorough analysis or stock-taking may have to be done, taking into consideration one's experiences during the past many years, of whose nature a little may be still present in one's current state of affairs. Memories of the past sometimes evoke present experiences, and we must also take note of those experiences and factors which can evoke memories of the past. According to Patanjali, memory is one of the obstacles in yoga. Many people think that memory is a very good thing, and even complain that they have no memory. Well, that is all right for the workaday world, but from another angle of vision memory is regarded as an obstacle because we are repeatedly made to think of something that has happened in the past, so that it goes on annoying us constantly even though that event has passed and has no connection with our present life. Both pleasures of the past and pains of the past can evoke conditions which may force us to repeat those experiences, positively or negatively.
  

1.00a_-_Introduction, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
  P.S. or rather, I did not want to dictate this bit Your ideas about the O.T.O. remind me of some women's idea of shopping. You want to maul about the stock and then walk out with a proud glad smile: NO. Do you really think that I should muster all the most distinguished people alive for your inspection and approval?
  
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1.00_-_Foreword, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.00_-_Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  
  The real organizer of the Samj was Devendranth Tgore (1817-1905), the father of the poet Rabindranth. His physical and spiritual beauty, aristocratic aloofness, penetrating intellect, and poetic sensibility made him the foremost leader of the educated Benglis. These addressed him by the respectful epithet of Maharshi, the "Great Seer". The Maharshi was a Sanskrit scholar and, unlike Rj Rmmohan Roy, drew his inspiration entirely from the Upanishads. He was an implacable enemy of image worship and also fought to stop the infiltration of Christian ideas into the Samj. He gave the movement its faith and ritual. Under his influence the Brhmo Samj professed One Self-existent Supreme Being who had created the universe out of nothing, the God of Truth, Infinite Wisdom, Goodness, and Power, the Eternal and Omnipotent, the One without a Second. Man should love Him and do His will, believe in Him and worship Him, and thus merit salvation in the world to come.
  
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  In addition he met Mahrja Jatindra Mohan Tgore, a titled aristocrat of Bengl; Kristods Pl, the editor, social reformer, and patriot; Iswar Chandra Vidysgar, the noted philanthropist and educator; Pundit aadhar, a great champion of Hindu orthodoxy; Awini Kumr Dutta, a headmaster, moralist, and leader of Indian Nationalism; and Bankim Chatterji, a deputy magistrate, novelist, and essayist, and one of the fashioners of modern Bengli prose. Sri Ramakrishna was not the man to be dazzled by outward show, glory, or eloquence. A pundit without discrimination he regarded as a mere straw. He would search people's hearts for the light of God, and if that was missing, he would have nothing to do with them.
  
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  Narendra was born in Calcutta on January 12, 1863, of an aristocratic Kyastha family.
  
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  Jogindranth came of an aristocratic brhmin family of Dakshinewar. His father and relatives shared the popular mistrust of Sri Ramakrishna's sanity. At a very early age the boy developed religious tendencies, spending two or three hours daily in meditation, and his meeting with Sri Ramakrishna deepened his desire for the realization of God. He had a perfect horror of marriage. But at the earnest request of his mother he had had to yield, and he now believed that his spiritual future was doomed. So he kept himself away from the Master.
  

1.00_-_Main, #Book of Certitude, #Baha u llah, #Baha i
  
  O people of the world! When the Mystic Dove will have winged its flight from its Sanctuary of Praise and sought its far-off goal, its hidden habitation, refer ye whatsoever ye understand not in the Book to Him Who hath branched from this mighty Stock.
  

1.01_-_Asana, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
    2. Kneel; buttocks resting on the heels, toes turned back, back and head straight, hands on thighs. ("The Dragon.")
  

1.01_-_Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  
  Some of you, we all know, are poor, find it hard to live, are sometimes, as it were, gasping for breath. I have no doubt that some of you who read this book are unable to pay for all the dinners which you have actually eaten, or for the coats and shoes which are fast wearing or are already worn out, and have come to this page to spend borrowed or stolen time, robbing your creditors of an hour. It is very evident what mean and sneaking lives many of you live, for my sight has been whetted by experience; always on the limits, trying to get into business and trying to get out of debt, a very ancient slough, called by the Latins _s alienum_, anothers brass, for some of their coins were made of brass; still living, and dying, and buried by this others brass; always promising to pay, promising to pay, tomorrow, and dying today, insolvent; seeking to curry favor, to get custom, by how many modes, only not state-prison offences; lying, flattering, voting, contracting yourselves into a nutshell of civility or dilating into an atmosphere of thin and vaporous generosity, that you may persuade your neighbor to let you make his shoes, or his hat, or his coat, or his carriage, or import his groceries for him; making yourselves sick, that you may lay up something against a sick day, something to be tucked away in an old chest, or in a stocking behind the plastering, or, more safely, in the brick bank; no matter where, no matter how much or how little.
  
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  I have looked after the wild stock of the town, which give a faithful herdsman a good deal of trouble by leaping fences; and I have had an eye to the unfrequented nooks and corners of the farm; though I did not always know whether Jonas or Solomon worked in a particular field to-day; that was none of my business. I have watered the red huckleberry, the sand cherry and the nettle tree, the red pine and the black ash, the white grape and the yellow violet, which might have withered else in dry seasons.
  
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  I have always endeavored to acquire strict business habits; they are indispensable to every man. If your trade is with the Celestial Empire, then some small counting house on the coast, in some Salem harbor, will be fixture enough. You will export such articles as the country affords, purely native products, much ice and pine timber and a little granite, always in native bottoms. These will be good ventures. To oversee all the details yourself in person; to be at once pilot and captain, and owner and underwriter; to buy and sell and keep the accounts; to read every letter received, and write or read every letter sent; to superintend the discharge of imports night and day; to be upon many parts of the coast almost at the same time;often the richest freight will be discharged upon a Jersey shore;to be your own telegraph, unweariedly sweeping the horizon, speaking all passing vessels bound coastwise; to keep up a steady despatch of commodities, for the supply of such a distant and exorbitant market; to keep yourself informed of the state of the markets, prospects of war and peace every where, and anticipate the tendencies of trade and civilization,taking advantage of the results of all exploring expeditions, using new passages and all improvements in navigation;charts to be studied, the position of reefs and new lights and buoys to be ascertained, and ever, and ever, the logarithmic tables to be corrected, for by the error of some calculator the vessel often splits upon a rock that should have reached a friendly pier,there is the untold fate of La Perouse;universal science to be kept pace with, studying the lives of all great discoverers and navigators, great adventurers and merchants, from Hanno and the Phnicians down to our day; in fine, account of stock to be taken from time to time, to know how you stand. It is a labor to task the faculties of a man,such problems of profit and loss, of interest, of tare and tret, and gauging of all kinds in it, as demand a universal knowledge.
  
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  Such is the universal law, which no man can ever outwit, and with regard to the railroad even we may say it is as broad as it is long. To make a railroad round the world available to all mankind is equivalent to grading the whole surface of the planet. Men have an indistinct notion that if they keep up this activity of joint stocks and spades long enough all will at length ride somewhere, in next to no time, and for nothing; but though a crowd rushes to the depot, and the conductor shouts All aboard! when the smoke is blown away and the vapor condensed, it will be perceived that a few are riding, but the rest are run over,and it will be called, and will be, A melancholy accident.
  No doubt they can ride at last who shall have earned their fare, that is, if they survive so long, but they will probably have lost their elasticity and desire to travel by that time. This spending of the best part of ones life earning money in order to enjoy a questionable liberty during the least valuable part of it, reminds me of the
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  The reader will perceive that I am treating the subject rather from an economic than a dietetic point of view, and he will not venture to put my abstemiousness to the test unless he has a well-stocked larder.
  
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  Be sure that you give the poor the aid they most need, though it be your example which leaves them far behind. If you give money, spend yourself with it, and do not merely abandon it to them. We make curious mistakes sometimes. Often the poor man is not so cold and hungry as he is dirty and ragged and gross. It is partly his taste, and not merely his misfortune. If you give him money, he will perhaps buy more rags with it. I was wont to pity the clumsy Irish laborers who cut ice on the pond, in such mean and ragged clothes, while I shivered in my more tidy and somewhat more fashionable garments, till, one bitter cold day, one who had slipped into the water came to my house to warm him, and I saw him strip off three pairs of pants and two pairs of stockings ere he got down to the skin, though they were dirty and ragged enough, it is true, and that he could afford to refuse the _extra_ garments which
  I offered him, he had so many _intra_ ones. This ducking was the very thing he needed. Then I began to pity myself, and I saw that it would be a greater charity to bestow on me a flannel shirt than a whole slop-shop on him. There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root, and it may be that he who bestows the largest amount of time and money on the needy is doing the most by his mode of life to produce that misery which he strives in vain to relieve. It is the pious slave-breeder devoting the proceeds of every tenth slave to buy a Sundays liberty for the rest. Some show their kindness to the poor by employing them in their kitchens. Would they not be kinder if they employed themselves there? You boast of spending a tenth part of your income in charity; maybe you should spend the nine tenths so, and done with it. Society recovers only a tenth part of the property then. Is this owing to the generosity of him in whose possession it is found, or to the remissness of the officers of justice?
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     Tearing those humane passions from the mind,
     Upon whose stocks fair blooming virtues flourish,
     Degradeth nature, and benumbeth sense,

1.01_-_Soul_and_God, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Mythology
  
  55. In 1912, Jung argued that scholarliness was insufficient if one wanted to become a knower of the human soul. To do this, one had to hang up exact science and put away the scholar's gown, to say farewell to his study and wander with human heart through the world, through the horror of prisons, mad houses and hospitals, through drab suburban pubs, in brothels and gambling dens, through the salons of elegant society, the stock exchanges, the socialist meetings, the churches, the revivals and ecstasies of the sects, to experience love, hate and passion in every form in one's body (New paths of psychology, cw 7, 409).
  

1.01_-_The_Castle, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  As I looked around, I felt a curious sensation, or, rather, two distinct sensations, which mingled in my mind, still upset and somewhat unstable in my weariness. I seemed to be at a sumptuous court, which no one would have expected to find in such a rustic and out-of-the-way castle; and its wealth was evident not only in the costly furnishings and the graven vessels, but also in the calm and ease which reigned among those at the table, all handsome of person and clothed with elaborate elegance. But, at the same time, I remarked a feeling of random, of disorder, if not actually of license, as if this were not a lordly dwelling but an inn of passage, where people unknown to one another live together for one night and where, in that enforced promiscuity, all feel a relaxation of the rules by which they live in their own surroundings, and-as one resigns oneself to less comfortable ways of life-so one also indulges in freer, unfamiliar behavior. In fact, the two contradictory impressions could nevertheless refer to a single object: whether the castle, for years visited only as a stopping place, had gradually degenerated into an inn, and the lord and his lady had found themselves reduced to the roles of host and hostess, though still going through the motions of their aristocratic hospitality; or whether a tavern, such as one often sees in the vicinity of castles, to give drink to soldiers and horsemen, had invaded-the castle being long abandoned-the ancient, noble halls to install its benches and hogsheads there, and the pomp of those rooms-as well as the coming and going of illustrious customers-had conferred on the inn an unforeseen dignity, sufficient to put ideas in the heads of the host and hostess, who finally came to believe themselves the rulers of a brilliant court.
  

1.01_-_What_is_Magick?, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.025_-_Sadhana_-_Intensifying_a_Lighted_Flame, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  It is said by anthropologists, historian's of mankind's evolution, and political historians, that a state was reached when it was felt necessary to organise people into groups, and this was the beginning of the governmental system. A government is nothing but an agreement among people in order that there may not be warfare among individuals and attacks every day. Otherwise there would be chaos and confusion, and anyone could attack at any moment, for any reason whatsoever. Therefore, an agreement was made, an organisation was set up, a rule was framed and a system was brought forth under which it was obligatory on the part of individuals to obey certain principles laid down by groups, of which some people were made leaders. It does not mean that these leaders were kings or autocrats; they were the governors of law, the dispensers of justice, and the instruments for the maintenance of order in the group of people who found it necessary to bring about this system.
  

1.02_-_The_Necessity_of_Magick_for_All, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.02_-_THE_POOL_OF_TEARS, #Alice in Wonderland, #Lewis Carroll, #Fiction
  
  "Curiouser and curiouser!" cried Alice (she was so much surprised that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English). "Now I'm opening out like the largest telescope that ever was! Good-by, feet! Oh, my poor little feet, I wonder who will put on your shoes and stockings for you now, dears? I shall be a great deal too far off to trouble myself about you."
  Just at this moment her head struck against the roof of the hall; in fact, she was now rather more than nine feet high, and she at once took up the little golden key and hurried off to the garden door.

1.03_-_Hieroglypics_Life_and_Language_Necessarily_Symbolic, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.03_-_PERSONALITY,_SANCTITY,_DIVINE_INCARNATION, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  Within us all is the other person, the inner man, whom the Scripture calls the new man, the heavenly man, the young person, the friend, the aristocrat.
  

1.03_-_Reading, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  
  No wonder that Alexander carried the Iliad with him on his expeditions in a precious casket. A written word is the choicest of relics. It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art. It is the work of art nearest to life itself. It may be translated into every language, and not only be read but actually breathed from all human lips;not be represented on canvas or in marble only, but be carved out of the breath of life itself. The symbol of an ancient mans thought becomes a modern mans speech. Two thousand summers have imparted to the monuments of Grecian literature, as to her marbles, only a maturer golden and autumnal tint, for they have carried their own serene and celestial atmosphere into all lands to protect them against the corrosion of time. Books are the treasured wealth of the world and the fit inheritance of generations and nations. Books, the oldest and the best, stand naturally and rightfully on the shelves of every cottage. They have no cause of their own to plead, but while they enlighten and sustain the reader his common sense will not refuse them. Their authors are a natural and irresistible aristocracy in every society, and, more than kings or emperors, exert an influence on mankind. When the illiterate and perhaps scornful trader has earned by enterprise and industry his coveted leisure and independence, and is admitted to the circles of wealth and fashion, he turns inevitably at last to those still higher but yet inaccessible circles of intellect and genius, and is sensible only of the imperfection of his culture and the vanity and insufficiency of all his riches, and further proves his good sense by the pains which he takes to secure for his children that intellectual culture whose want he so keenly feels; and thus it is that he becomes the founder of a family.
  

1.03_-_To_Layman_Ishii, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
  Chen Tien-hsiung before his encounter with Huang-lung.5
  "We might compare the ones who have fully penetrated this matter to a prince of royal blood, an heir apparent to the throne. Born of aristocratic stock, with intrinsic nobility that has no need of the benefits others must obtain through practice, he is universally acclaimed in all lands, and brings peace and prosperity to the world. The initial penetrators (those who have attained a partial realization) and the believers (those who have achieved a firm conviction) are like the Chinese emperors Liu Hsiu and Su Tsung, w who strove to establish their authority, but being surrounded on all sides by rebellious tribes who refused them tribute, could never afford to neglect thoughts of armament and defense. Those I termed the 'hoodwinked' resemble rebels like Wang Mang and An
  Lu-shan,x both of whom proclaimed themselves emperor but were unable to maintain their grip on wealth and power.
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  Understanding of this dialogue requires an explanation of the meanings attached to the word ku
  (translated "poisonous insects"). In Tso-chuan (Tso's Narrative), the oldest of the Chinese narrative histories, we read: "Chao-meng asked, 'What is the meaning of the word ku?' The physician answered, 'It refers to anything that causes excess, agitation, delusion, or trouble. The ideograph ku represents a jar filled with insects. The grub that insinuates its way into grain stock is also a destructive ku insect. In the Book of Changes, women who seduce men and the wind that topples trees in the mountains are also described as ku.'" The word also occurs in the records of the Sung master Hsu-t'ang: "There was a custom in the Fu-chien District prevalent since the T'ang dynasty of throwing various insects such as venomous snakes, lizards, and spiders together, waiting until only one of them remained alive, and then mixing its venom and blood into a potion to ward off evil spirits or to kill people by casting a magic spell on them" (Dictionary of Zen Sayings, 121). In the Yuan dynasty medical treatise I-fang tai ch'eng lun: "It is said that people living in the mountain fastnesses of Min-kuang put three kinds of poisonous insects into a container and bury it in the ground on the fifth day of the fifth month. They allow the insects to devour each other until only one remains, called a ku.
  

1.04_-_GOD_IN_THE_WORLD, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  Every individual being, from the atom up to the most highly organized of living bodies and the most exalted of finite minds may be thought of, in Ren Gunons phrase, as a point where a ray of the primordial Godhead meets one of the differentiated, creaturely emanations of that same Godheads creative energy. The creature, as creature, may be very far from God, in the sense that it lacks the intelligence to discover the nature of the divine Ground of its being. But the creature in its eternal essenceas the meeting place of creatureliness and primordial Godheadis one of the infinite number of points where divine Reality is wholly and eternally present. Because of this, rational beings can come to the unitive knowledge of the divine Ground, non-rational and inanimate beings may reveal to rational beings the fulness of Gods presence within their material forms. The poets or the painters vision of the divine in nature, the worshippers awareness of a holy presence in the sacrament, symbol or imagethese are not entirely subjective. True, such perceptions cannot be had by all perceivers, for knowledge is a function of being; but the thing known is independent of the mode and nature of the knower. What the poet and painter see, and try to record for us, is actually there, waiting to be apprehended by anyone who has the right kind of faculties. Similarly, in the image or the sacramental object the divine Ground is wholly present. Faith and devotion prepare the worshippers mind for perceiving the ray of Godhead at its point of intersection with the particular fragment of matter before him. Incidentally, by being worshipped, such symbols become the centres of a field of force. The longings, emotions and imaginations of those who kneel and, for generations, have knelt before the shrine create, as it were, an enduring vortex in the psychic medium, so that the image lives with a secondary, inferior divine life projected on to it by its worshippers, as well as with the primary divine life which, in common with all other animate and inanimate beings, it possesses in virtue of its relation to the divine Ground. The religious experience of sacramentalists and image worshippers may be perfectly genuine and objective; but it is not always or necessarily an experience of God or the Godhead. It may be, and perhaps in most cases it actually is, an experience of the field of force generated by the minds of past and present worshippers and projected on to the sacramental object where it sticks, so to speak, in a condition of what may be called second-hand objectivity, waiting to be perceived by minds suitably attuned to it. How desirable this kind of experience really is will have to be discussed in another section. All that need be said here is that the iconoclasts contempt for sacraments and symbols, as being nothing but mummery with stocks and stones is quite unjustified.
  

1.04_-_Sounds, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  
  I am not sure that I ever heard the sound of cock-crowing from my clearing, and I thought that it might be worth the while to keep a cockerel for his music merely, as a singing bird. The note of this once wild Indian pheasant is certainly the most remarkable of any birds, and if they could be naturalized without being domesticated, it would soon become the most famous sound in our woods, surpassing the clangor of the goose and the hooting of the owl; and then imagine the cackling of the hens to fill the pauses when their lords clarions rested! No wonder that man added this bird to his tame stock,to say nothing of the eggs and drumsticks. To walk in a winter morning in a wood where these birds abounded, their native woods, and hear the wild cockerels crow on the trees, clear and shrill for miles over the resounding earth, drowning the feebler notes of other birds,think of it! It would put nations on the alert. Who would not be early to rise, and rise earlier and earlier every successive day of his life, till he became unspeakably healthy, wealthy, and wise? This foreign birds note is celebrated by the poets of all countries along with the notes of their native songsters. All climates agree with brave Chanticleer. He is more indigenous even than the natives. His health is ever good, his lungs are sound, his spirits never flag. Even the sailor on the Atlantic and
  Pacific is awakened by his voice; but its shrill sound never roused me from my slumbers. I kept neither dog, cat, cow, pig, nor hens, so that you would have said there was a deficiency of domestic sounds; neither the churn, nor the spinning wheel, nor even the singing of the kettle, nor the hissing of the urn, nor children crying, to comfort one. An old-fashioned man would have lost his senses or died of ennui before this. Not even rats in the wall, for they were starved out, or rather were never baited in,only squirrels on the roof and under the floor, a whippoorwill on the ridge pole, a blue-jay screaming beneath the window, a hare or woodchuck under the house, a screech-owl or a cat-owl behind it, a flock of wild geese or a laughing loon on the pond, and a fox to bark in the night. Not even a lark or an oriole, those mild plantation birds, ever visited my clearing. No cockerels to crow nor hens to cackle in the yard. No yard! but unfenced Nature reaching up to your very sills. A young forest growing up under your meadows, and wild sumachs and blackberry vines breaking through into your cellar; sturdy pitch pines rubbing and creaking against the shingles for want of room, their roots reaching quite under the house. Instead of a scuttle or a blind blown off in the gale,a pine tree snapped off or torn up by the roots behind your house for fuel. Instead of no path to the front-yard gate in the Great Snow,no gate,no front-yard,and no path to the civilized world!

1.04_-_The_Qabalah_The_Best_Training_for_Memory, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.04_-_To_the_Priest_of_Rytan-ji, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
  
  Please understand the reason for my obstinacy. Why, I haven't a single person around to give the kind of advice and assistance I would need to carry out such an assignment. If a priest of my inexperience were to agree to your request and attempt the task you have set, I would only make myself a general laughingstock for not realizing the limits of my ability. On the other hand, were I to give in to my personal feelings, refuse the invitation, and retreat into my carapace, I would no doubt always be reproached for turning my back on the desires and expectations of all those who supported the idea. Thus confused in mind and decrepit in body, this indolent old monk now finds himself forced into a very tight corner.
  

1.052_-_Yoga_Practice_-_A_Series_of_Positive_Steps, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The percentage of attachment that you have towards these things also has to be properly understood. What is the percentage of love for A, B, C, D, etc.? In a gradational order, tabulate the objects of sense or the conceptual objects, whatever they be, and note the degree of attachment involved in every particular case. Take the least one, the simplest, as the first. If you have a desire to sleep on a Dunlop cushion well, you may think over this matter. Is a Dunlop cushion very necessary? I can have a cotton mattress instead. This is not a very serious attachment, though it is an attachment. There are well-to-do aristocrats who may like to sleep on Dunlop beds, Dunlop pillows, have air-conditioning, and so on. These are desires, but they are not so vehement. There are other desires which cannot be touched immediately, and they have to be tackled later on.
  

1.05_-_The_Universe_The_0_=_2_Equation, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.06_-_Man_in_the_Universe, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  14:Perhaps they are unfathomable, perhaps they also are really unknowable in their essence? Or, it may be, they have no essential reality, - are an illusion, Asat, non-being. The superior Negation appears to us sometimes as a Nihil, a Non-Existence; this inferior negation may also be, in its essence, a Nihil, a nonexistence. But as we have already put away from us this evasion of the difficulty with regard to that higher, so also we discard it for this inferior Asat. To deny entirely its reality or to seek an escape from it as a mere disastrous illusion is to put away from us the problem and to shun our work. For Life, these things that seem to deny God, to be the opposites of Sachchidananda, are real, even if they turn out to be temporary. They and their opposites, good, knowledge, joy, pleasure, life, survival, strength, power, increase, are the very material of her workings.
  15:It is probable indeed that they are the result or rather the inseparable accompaniments, not of an illusion, but of a wrong relation, wrong because it is founded on a false view of what the individual is in the universe and therefore a false attitude both towards God and Nature, towards self and environment. Because that which he has become is out of harmony both with what the world of his habitation is and what he himself should be and is to be, therefore man is subject to these contradictions of the secret Truth of things. In that case they are not the punishment of a fall, but the conditions of a progress. They are the first elements of the work he has to fulfil, the price he has to pay for the crown which he hopes to win, the narrow way by which Nature escapes out of Matter into consciousness; they are at once her ransom and her stock.
  16:For out of these false relations and by their aid the true have to be found. By the Ignorance we have to cross over death. So too the Veda speaks cryptically of energies that are like women evil in impulse, wandering from the path, doing hurt to their Lord, which yet, though themselves false and unhappy, build up in the end "this vast Truth", the Truth that is the Bliss. It would be, then, not when he has excised the evil in Nature out of himself by an act of moral surgery or parted with life by an abhorrent recoil, but when he has turned Death into a more perfect life, lifted the small things of the human limitation into the great things of the divine vastness, transformed suffering into beatitude, converted evil into its proper good, translated error and falsehood into their secret truth that the sacrifice will be accomplished, the journey done and Heaven and Earth equalised join hands in the bliss of the Supreme.

1.06_-_MORTIFICATION,_NON-ATTACHMENT,_RIGHT_LIVELIHOOD, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  In the first seven branches of his Eightfold Path the Buddha describes the conditions that must be fulfilled by anyone who desires to come to that right contemplation which is the eighth and final branch. The fulfilment of these conditions entails the undertaking of a course of the most searching and comprehensive mortificationmortification of intellect and will, craving and emotion, thought, speech, action and, finally, means of livelihood. Certain professions are more or less completely incompatible with the achievement of mans final end; and there are certain ways of making a living which do so much physical and, above all, so much moral, intellectual and spiritual harm that, even if they could be practised in a non-attached spirit (which is generally impossible), they would still have to be eschewed by anyone dedicated to the task of liberating, not only himself, but others. The exponents of the Perennial Philosophy are not content to avoid and forbid the practice of criminal professions, such as brothel-keeping, forgery, racketeering and the like; they also avoid themselves, and warn others against, a number of ways of livelihood commonly regarded as legitimate. Thus, in many Buddhist societies, the manufacture of arms, the concoction of intoxicating liquors and the wholesale purveying of butchers meat were not, as in contemporary Christendom, rewarded by wealth, peerages and political influence; they were deplored as businesses which, it was thought, made it particularly difficult for their practitioners and for other members of the communities in which they were practised to achieve enlightenment and liberation. Similarly, in mediaeval Europe, Christians were forbidden to make a living by the taking of interest on money or by cornering the market. As Tawney and others have shown, it was only after the Reformation that coupon-clipping, usury and gambling in stocks and commodities became respectable and received ecclesiastical approval.
  
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  Ltat cest moi, says the tyrant; and this is true, of course, not only of the autocrat at the apex of the pyramid, but of all the members of the ruling minority through whom he governs and who are, in fact, the real rulers of the nation. Moreover, so long as the policy which gratifies the power lusts of the ruling class is successful, and so long as the price of success is not too high, even the masses of the ruled will feel that the state is themselvesa vast and splendid projection of the individuals intrinsically insignificant ego. The little man can satisfy his lust for power vicariously through the activities of the imperialistic state, just as the big man does; the difference between them is one of degree, not of kind.
  

1.06_-_The_Three_Schools_of_Magick_1, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.06_-_The_Transformation_of_Dream_Life, #Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, #Rudolf Steiner, #Theosophy
  
  This is the beginning of life and activity in a new world, and at this point esoteric training must set the student a twofold task. To begin with, he must learn to take stock of everything he observes in his dreams, exactly as though he were awake. Then, if successful in this, he is led to make the same observations during ordinary waking consciousness. He will so train his attention and receptivity for these spiritual impressions
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1.06_-_Wealth_and_Government, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
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  I dabbled in stocks and shares a little, but came a cropper.
  

1.07_-_Hui_Ch'ao_Asks_about_Buddha, #The Blue Cliff Records, #Yuanwu Keqin, #Zen
  
  What is he saying? He's wearing stocks, giving evidence of his
  crime.

1.07_-_On_Our_Knowledge_of_General_Principles, #The Problems of Philosophy, #Bertrand Russell, #Philosophy
  
  But the newness of the knowledge is much less certain if we take the stock instance of deduction that is always given in books on logic, namely, 'All men are mortal; Socrates is a man, therefore Socrates is mortal.' In this case, what we really know beyond reasonable doubt is that certain men, A, B, C, were mortal, since, in fact, they have died.
  

1.07_-_The_Three_Schools_of_Magick_2, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
  We may complete the whole tradition of the Indian peninsula very simply. To the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Tripitaka of the Buddhists, we have only to add the Tantras of what are called the Vamacharya Schools. Paradoxical as it may sound the Tantrics are in reality the most advanced of the Hindus. Their theory is, in its philosophical ultimatum, a primitive stage of the White tradition, for the essence of the Tantric cults is that by the performance of certain rites of Magick, one does not only escape disaster, but obtains positive benediction. The Tantric is not obsessed by the will-to-die. It is a difficult business, no doubt, to get any fun out of existence; but at least it is not impossible. In other words, he implicitly denies the fundamental proposition that existence is sorrow, and he formulates the essential postulate of the White School of Magick, that means exist by which the universal sorrow (apparent indeed to all ordinary observation) may be unmasked, even as at the initiatory rite of Isis in the ancient days of Khem. There, a Neophyte presenting his mouth, under compulsion, to the pouting buttocks of the Goat of Mendez, found himself caressed by the chaste lips of a virginal priestess of that Goddess at the base of whose shrine is written that No man has lifted her veil.
  
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  Adepts of the White School regard their brethren of the Black very much as the aristocratic English Sahib (of the days when England was a nation) regarded the benighted Hindu. Nietzsche expresses the philosophy of this School to that extent with considerable accuracy and vigour. The man who denounces life merely defines himself as the man who is unequal to it. The brave man rejoices in giving and taking hard knocks, and the brave man is joyous. The Scandinavian idea of Valhalla may be primitive, but it is manly. A heaven of popular concert, like the Christian; of unconscious repose, like the Buddhist; or even of sensual enjoyment, like the Moslem, excites his nausea and contempt. He understands that the only joy worth while is the joy of continual victory, and victory itself would become as tame as croquet if it were not spiced by equally continual defeat.
  
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1.07_-_TRUTH, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  Learning consists in adding to ones stock day by day. The practise of Tao consists in subtracting day by day: subtracting and yet again subtracting until one has reached inactivity.
  

1.08_-_RELIGION_AND_TEMPERAMENT, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  In the course of the last thirty centuries many attempts have been made to work out a classification system in terms of which human differences could be measured and described. For example, there is the ancient Hindu method of classifying people according to the psycho-physico-social categories of caste. There are the primarily medical classifications associated with the name of Hippocrates, classifications in terms of two main habitsthe phthisic and the apoplecticor of the four humours (blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile) and the four qualities (hot, cold, moist and dry). More recently there have been the various physiognomic systems of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; the crude and merely psychological dichotomy of introversion and extraversion; the more complete, but still inadequate, psycho-physical classifications proposed by Kretschmer, Stockard, Viola and others; and finally the system, more comprehensive, more flexibly adequate to the complex facts than all those which preceded it, worked out by Dr. William Sheldon and his collaborators.
  
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  Traditionally Christian good manners outlawed all expressions of pleasure in the satisfaction of physical appetites. You may love a screeching owl, but you must not love a roasted fowlsuch was the rhyme on which children were brought up in the nurseries of only fifty years ago. Today the young unceasingly proclaim how much they love and adore different kinds of food and drink; adolescents and adults talk about the thrills they derive from the stimulation of their sexuality. The popular philosophy of life has ceased to be based on the classics of devotion and the rules of aristocratic good breeding, and is now moulded by the writers of advertising copy, whose one idea is to persuade everybody to be as extraverted and uninhibitedly greedy as possible, since of course it is only the possessive, the restless, the distracted, who spend money on the things that advertisers want to sell. Technological progress is in part the product of the somatotonic revolution, in part the producer and sustainer of that revolution. The extraverted attention results in technological discoveries. (Significantly enough, a high degree of material civilization has always been associated with the large-scale and officially sanctioned practice of polytheism.) In their turn, technological discoveries have resulted in mass production; and mass production, it is obvious, cannot be kept going at full blast except by persuading the whole population to accept the somatotonic Weltanschauung and act accordingly.
  

1.08_-_The_Historical_Significance_of_the_Fish, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  the fish from India, for Western fish symbolism is so rich and at
  the same time so archaic that we may safely regard it as autoch-
  thonous.

1.08_-_The_Three_Schools_of_Magick_3, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.09_-_SKIRMISHES_IN_A_WAY_WITH_THE_AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  obvious that science is democratic. He seems to be actuated by a
  strong desire to represent an aristocracy of intellect: but, at the
  same time he grovels on his knees, and not only on his knees, before
  --
  of the strong, of the strongest kind of men that have ever existed on
  earth, the aristocratic communities like those of Rome and Venice,
  understood freedom precisely as I understand the word: as something

1.09_-_The_Guardian_of_the_Threshold, #Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, #Rudolf Steiner, #Theosophy
   p. 242
   these spirits will withdraw their guiding hand from him. He must step out of the circle of his community. Yet as an isolated personality he would become hardened in himself and decline into ruin, did he not, himself, acquire those powers which are vested in the national and racial spirits. Many, no doubt, will say: "Oh, I have entirely freed myself from all lineal and racial connections; I only want to be a human being and nothing but a human being." To these one must reply: "Who, then, brought you to this freedom? Was it not your family who placed you in the world where you now stand? Have you not your lineage, your nation, your race to thank for being what you are? They have brought you up. And if now, exalted above all prejudices, you are one of the light-bringers and benefactors of your stock and even of your race, it is to their up-bringing that you owe it. Yes, even when you say you are `nothing but a human being,' even the fact that you have become such a personality you owe to the spirits of your communities." Only the esoteric student learns what it means to be entirely cut off from his family, national, or racial spirit. He alone realizes, through personal experience, the insignificance of all such education in respect
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1.09_-_The_Secret_Chiefs, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.10_-_The_Scolex_School, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.11_-_Woolly_Pomposities_of_the_Pious_.Teacher., #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.12_-_The_Left-Hand_Path_.The_Black_Brothers., #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
  Consider the Faubourg St. Germain aristocracy now hardly even a sentimental memory. The guillotine did not kill them; it was their own refusal to adapt themselves to the new biological conditions of political life. It was indeed their restriction that rotted them in the first instance; had Lafayette or Mirabeau been trusted with full power, and supplied with adequate material, a younger generation of virtue, the monarchy might still be ruling France.
  
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1.13_-_System_of_the_O.T.O., #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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1.14_-_Bibliography, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  roi dans Vhistoire legendaire des Iraniens. (Archives d'fitudes
  orientales, 14.) Stockholm, 1918, 1934. 2 parts.
  

1.14_-_Noise, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
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