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" As in fair waters a man may see the body of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars, and the very body of heaven ; so he that stands upon the bank of this river, and that washeth his eyes with this water, may see the Son of God, the stars of God, the... "
CARMINA GADELICA HYMNS AND INCANTATIONS - Page 110
by ALEXANDER CARMICHAEL - 1900
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Little books by John Bunyan [ed. by G. Offor

John Bunyan - 1873
...presents us with an opportunity of seeing our own features. As in fair waters a man may see the body of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars, and the very body of heaven ; so he that stands upon the bank of this river, and that washeth his eyes...
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Parmenides. Theaetetus. Sophist. State man. Philebus

Plato - 1892
...blasphemy ; but the other assertion, that mind orders all things, is worthy of the aspect of the world, and of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars and of the whole circle of the heavens ; and never will I say or think otherwise. Soc . Shall we then '...
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Messenger, Volume 44

1905
...it was a strange face for a shepherd lad and a slave. " The God whom I worship is, in truth, the God of the Sun and of the Moon, and of the stars, and of the whole earth. His is the day and His is the night. He has made all the borders of the earth ;...
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Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty

Morris Kline - Mathematics - 1982 - 366 pages
...blasphemy, but the other assertion, that mind orders all things, is worthy of the aspect of the world, and of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars and of the whole circle of the heavens; and never will I say or think otherwise. The later Pythagoreans...
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The Pilgrim's Progress

John Bunyan - Fiction - 2005 - 850 pages
...presents us with an opportunity of seeing our own features. As in fair waters a man may see the body of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars, and the very body of heaven; so he that stands upon the bank of this river, and that washeth his eyes with...
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Philebus

Benjamin Jowett - Philosophy - 2007 - 324 pages
...blasphemy; but the other assertion, that mind orders all things, is worthy of the aspect of the world, and of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars and of the whole circle of the heavens; and never will I say or think otherwise. SOCRATES: Shall we then...
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Religious Library, Volume 24

1850
...presents us with an opportunity of seeing our own features. As in fair waters a man may see the body of the sun, and of the moon, and of the stars, and the very body of heaven ; so he that stands upon the bank of this river, and that washeth his eyes...
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