"The symbolic character of every happening shines with overwhelming power into the heart of him who sees each creature as the representative of others and to whom all appearances are but the varied play of the same creative will. Instead of isolsated fates which concern his personal grief or joy, he sees tributaries of life which issue, perhaps by winding ways, but inevitably, in the open sea. There, in the great ocean, all the streams unite, later to change into clouds and rain and, finally, to become streams again."
Oh, and Go Graham!
|Review of Underworld by David Frawley||982||Graham Hancock||12-Apr-02 11:06|
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|That was an excellent review.||253||ananda||12-Apr-02 17:18|
|Question||183||Martin Stower||12-Apr-02 18:53|
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|This is only the start||243||Kees||12-Apr-02 19:48|
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|Re: Review of Underworld by David Frawley||191||che che||13-Apr-02 11:10|
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