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- King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 5
- Chapter 5 5:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 5:2 Command the children of Israel, that they put out of the camp every leper, and every one that hath an issue, and whosoever is defiled by the dead: 5:3 Both male and female shall ye put out, without the...
Old Testament >> Numbers
- King James Bible: Deuteronomy, Chapter 32
- Chapter 32 32:1 Give ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak; and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth. 32:2 My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass: 32:3...
Old Testament >> Deuteronomy
- Description of the Bach Remedies
- Bach Flower Remedies 1. AGRIMONY (Agrimonia eupatoria) - problems hidden behind light-heartedness - This is the "Keep-smiling!" - remedy: it is for people who hide their fears, grief and worries under a mask of cheerfulness, friendliness and humor....
Homeopathy >> Bach Flower Remedies
- A Quick Guide to Reading Ordinary Playing Cards
- Divining from regular playing cards is an old practice and I am sure many of us know at least one fortune-telling game done with this tool. Reading regular cards is called cartomancy or metasymbology. Playing cards have been called "The Devil's Picture...
Divination >> Tarot Cards
- Hyoscyamus niger
- Hyoscyamus niger is a remedy for the more passive psychoses. There certainly can be outbursts of violent aggression, but usually the patient is mainly occupied with him- or herself. These people are talking nonsense to themselves or to unseen people, often...
Remedies >> Remedies G
- Lachesis (Venom from the Surucucu snake)
- This remedy is made of the poison of the Surucucu,the Bushmaster, a very aggressive and poisonous snake, with the Latin name Trigonocephalus Lachesis. In many cultures the snake symbolizes the instinctive forces in us, our "beastly" and emotional...
Remedies >> Remedies L
- Colors in Psychology
- "Personality is a mask you believe in." Dr. White If you wish to accomplish change through color then it makes sense to first take a look at your own reactions on colors. First choose your favorite color(s) from the color fields below, next pick out...
Symbology >> Colorology
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- WHY IS GOD SAVING GENTILES TODAY?
- purpose of Gentile salvation here is to provoke the Jews to jealously. A. The Etymology.
- The Titanic Origin of Humans: The Melian Nymphs and Zagreus
- origin of man.10 On the basis of such evidence, West agrees that. “Hesiod .
- Apoptosis Biocenosis Ceremony Desperate Economy Familiar
- Intimacy. Jealousy. Kitsch.
- The Function and Etymology of Proper Nouns within the work of J.K.
- The Function and Etymology of Proper Nouns in the work of J.K.
Suggested Web Resources
- jealous - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary zelosus, from zelus "zeal," from Gk. zelos, sometimes "jealousy," but more often in a good sense ("emulation, rivalry, zeal").
- Jealous - Online Etymology Dictionary
- O.Fr. zel, It.
- Jealousy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Etymology of jealousy
- Home > jealousy > Etymology What is the Historical Origin of the Word " jealousy"? Etymology Links. Bartleby.
- jealous - word origin, history, and etymology
- jealous - etymology of jealous from Word-Origins.com: Etymologically, jealousy and zeal are two sides of the same coin. Both come ultimately from Greek zelos.
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