Footnotes to Moon in Taurus

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[1] A.Bailey, Esoteric Psychology  Vol 1, p. 72

[2] Rudolph Steiner, “Man as symphony of the creative Word“, p. 31-60

[3] Joseph Campbell, “The masks of God“, p. 53

[4] Joseph Campbell, “The masks of God“, p. 89

[5] Ibid, p. 88

[6] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 378

[7] R. Steiner, The four sacrifices of Christ, p. 3

[8] Quoted by Peter Lamborn Wilson, in “Angels“, p.62

[9] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 323

[10] Ibid, p. 399

[11] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 19: “The moon governs the physical body and shows where the prison of the soul is to be found”

[12] J. Chevalier, Dictionary of symbols, p. 495

[13]  Mat, 6:22

[14] A. Bailey, Labours of Hercules, p. 211

[15] The name, Hat-hor, means “the house of Horus” – J. Campbell, The Masks of God, p. 53.

[16]  A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 376

[17] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 398

[18] C.G. Jung, Memories, dreams, Reflections, recorded and edited by Aniela Jaffe, p. 202: “In the realm of catholic thought the Mother of God and Bride of Christ has been received into the divine Thalamus (bridal chamber) only recently, after centuries of hesitancy, and thus at least been accorded partial recognition…This refers to the Papal Bull of Pius XII, Munificentissimus Deus (1950), promulgating the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The new dogma affirms that Mary as the Bride is united with the Son in the heavenly bridal chamber, and as Sophia (Wisdom) she is united with the Godhead. Thus the feminine principle is brought into immediate proximity with the masculine Trinity.”

[19] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 398

[20] Ibid, p. 396

[21] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 400

[22] Ibid, p. 401

[23] A. Bailey, Esoteric Psychology I, p. 81

[24] A. Bailey, Esoteric Astrology, p. 225

[25] Genesis, 19, 24