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" Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ of mind ; [and which] sages, searching with their intellect, have discovered in their heart to be the bond which connects entity with non-entity. "
A Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology and Religion, Geography, History ... - Page 146
by John Dowson - 1879 - 411 pages
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An Analysis of Religious Belief

John Russell Amberley (Viscount) - Faith - 1877 - 745 pages
...undistiuguishable water. That One which lay void, and wrapped in nothingness, was developed by the power of fervor. Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ...be the bond which connects entity with non-entity. The ray [or cord] which stretched across these [worlds], was it below or was it above? There were there...
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The oriental studies

John Muir - 1878 - 211 pages
...void, and wrapped in nothingness, was developed by tile power of fervour (Jtapas). 4. Desire (kama) first arose in It, which was the primal germ of mind...with their intellect, have discovered in their heart tobe the bond which connects entity with nonentity. 5. The ray [or cordjj which stretched across these...
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Metrical Translations from Sanskrit Writers: With an Introduction, Prose ...

John Muir - English poetry - 1879 - 376 pages
...water. That One which lay void, and wrapped in nothingness, was developed by the power of fervour. Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ...have discovered in their heart to be the bond which unites entity with nonentity. The ray [or cord] which stretched across these [worlds?], was it beneath,...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 2

Choice literature - 1880
...arose in It, which was the primal gerrn of mind ; [and which] sages, searching with their intellect, discovered in their heart to be the bond which connects entity with non-entity." All the attributes of this mysterious impersonal One are ascribed in different hymns to different divinities,...
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Genesis: Its Authorship and Authenticity

Charles Bradlaugh - Bible - 1882 - 346 pages
...undistinguishable water. That One which lay void and wrapped in nothingness was developed by the power of fervor. Desire first arose in it, which was the primal germ...be the bond which connects entity with nonentity. The ray [or cord] which stretched across these [worlds], was it below or was it above ? There were...
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The natural genesis: or second part of A book of the beginnings, Volume 2

Gerald Massey - 1883
...undistinguished water, that One which lay void and wrapped in nothingness, was developed by the power of fervour. Desire first arose in it, which was the primal germ...be the bond which connects entity with non-entity. The ray (or chord), which stretches across thence, was it below or wis it above? There were there impregnating...
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American Comments on European Questions, International and Religious

Joseph Parrish Thompson - Europe - 1884 - 341 pages
...[that One] or above It." 1 This abstract, self-sustained essence is afterwards described as Mind. " Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ...[and which] sages, searching with their intellect, discovered in their heart to be the bond which connects entity with non-entity." All the attributes...
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Myth, Ritual and Religion, Volume 1

Andrew Lang - Mythology - 1887 - 713 pages
...undistinguishable water. That One which lay void and wrapped in nothingness was developed by the power of fervour. Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ...sages, searching with their intellect, have discovered to be the bond which connects entity with non-entity. The ray [or cord] which stretched across these...
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Anthropogenesis

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Theosophy - 1888
...is the LOGOS in the Rig- Veda, as he is shown therein to be the first manifestation of the ONE : " Desire first arose in IT, which was the primal germ of mind," that " which connects entity with non-entity" (or Manas, the fifth, with Atma, the seventh, esoterically)...
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Papers on Indian reform

John Murdoch - 1889
...water. That One which lay void, and wrapped in nothingness, was developed by the power of fervour. 4. Desire first arose in It, which was the primal germ...be the bond which connects entity with nonentity. 5. The ray (or cord) which stretched across these (worlds), was it below or was it above ? There were...
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