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" O stranger, whosoever thou art, and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary remember that thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship of ages. This is the temple of Buddha and the gate of the Eternal, and should therefore be entered... "
Japan Today - Page 34
by James Augustin Brown Scherer - 1904 - 323 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 254

1907
..."Stranger, whosoever thou art, and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary remember thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship...eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." But the great Buddha was to submit to a crowning insult. A fierce and hungry collector came along,...
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In Beautiful Japan: a story of bamboo lands

Katharine Schuyler Baxter - Japan - 1895 - 381 pages
...Stranger, whosoever thou art and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary, remember thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship...eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." It was late in the season to make the ascent of Fujiyama, 48 Hrouno and our party had been cautioned...
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A Japanese Journey

Natalie B. Grinnell - Japan - 1895 - 112 pages
..."Stranger, whosoever thou art, and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary, remember thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship...Eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." The day had been a long one, and we were all tired, so when we had finally turned our backs on Dai...
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Westward to the Far East

Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore - 1902
...Stranger, whosoever thou art and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this Sanctuary remember thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship...eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." Driving five miles down the beach, the island of Enoshima is reached. At low tide a jinrikisha can...
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Temples of the Orient and their message in the light of Holy Scriptures ...

Elizabeth Anna Gordon - Asia - 1902 - 442 pages
...remember that thou treadest upon the ground hallowed by the worship of ages. This is the Temple of Amida and the Gate of the Eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence. L The vast antiquity of Nipur's great Temple may be calculated if we realise that it had to be cleared...
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Temples of the Orient and Their Message in the Light of Holy Scriptures ...

Mrs. E. A. Gordon - Asia - 1902 - 442 pages
...remember that thou treadest upon the ground hallowed by the worship of ages. This is the Temple of Amida and the Gate of the Eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence.1 The vast antiquity of Nipur's great Temple may be calculated if we realise that it had...
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Japan today

James Augustin Brown Scherer - History - 1904 - 323 pages
...Buddha, who has seen the strifes of centuries, and before whose " eternal calm" milI JAPAN TO-DAY lions have bent in humble adoration. Not without meaning...sailed through shimmering waters to the fairy island of Enoshima, fabled to have risen from the sea in a single night. The legend is possibly true, for much...
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In Beautiful Japan: a story of bamboo lands

Katharine Schuyler Baxter - Japan - 1904 - 381 pages
...whosoever thou art and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary, remember thou treadcst upon ground hallowed by the worship of ages. This...eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." It was late in the season to make the ascent of Fujiyama, 48 aroun÷ îofršo JBаš. and our party...
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Some problems of Western China. Japan's place in the Far East

Lawrence John Lumley Dundas Marquis of Zetland - Eastern question (Far East) - 1908
...Stranger, whosoever thou art, and whatsoever be thy creed, when thou enterest this sanctuary remember thou treadest upon ground hallowed by the worship...eternal, and should therefore be entered with reverence." One would fain linger in such a spot, the home of eternal peace; but almost within a stone's-throw...
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