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" Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal ; immortal ; absolute unity; whom neither speech can describe nor mind comprehend; all-pervading ; all-transcending ; delighted with his own boundless intelligence ; not limited by space or time ; without... "
Around the World with General Grant: A Narrative of the Visit of General U.S ... - Page 112
by John Russell Young - 1879
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 85

1868
...supreme, pervading Spirit." Of this text, and a few others, Radhacant has given a paraphrase : — " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...not limited by space or time ; without feet, moving swittly ; without hands, grasping all worlds; without eyes, all-surveying; without ears, all-hearing...
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Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

1874 - 861 pages
...can be known, but there is none who know* him; him the wise call the Great, Supreme, Pervading Spirit Perfect Truth, Perfect Happiness, without equal, immortal;...all-transcending, delighted with his own boundless intelligence, nor limited by space or time; without feet, running swiftly; without hands, grasping all worlds; without...
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Gentilism: Religion Previous to Christianity

Augustus J. Thébaud - 1876 - 525 pages
...extracts from the Vedas). Of this last text, says the same authority, Badhacant has given a paraphrase : " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal;...all-surveying ; without ears, all-hearing ; without an exterior guide, Understanding all ; without cause, the first of all causes ; all-ruling ; all-powerful;...
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Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry ...

Albert Pike - 1871 - 861 pages
...known, but there is none who knows him ; him the wise call the Great, Supreme, Pervading Spirit .... Perfect Truth, Perfect Happiness, without equal, immortal;...can describe, nor mind comprehend: all-pervading, all- transcend ing, delighted with his own boundless intelligence, nor limited by space or time; without...
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Skepticism and Divine Revelation

John Ellis - 1882 - 260 pages
...or sacred writings and traditions of all nations. This one God is thus described in the Vedahs : " ' Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...mind comprehend; all-pervading; all-transcending; * * * understanding all. Without cause, the first of all causes ; all-ruling ; all-powerful ; the Creator,...
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Pearse's guide to Elephanta

Pearse and co, ltd - 1884
...is by the learned Pundit Rhadacant, and is evidently descriptive of Brahmi or the incomprehensible: "Perfect truth: perfect happiness, without equal :...whom neither speech can describe nor mind comprehend, all pervading : all transcending, delighted with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by space...
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Address to the Clergy, and Skepticism and Divine Revelation

John Ellis - 1886 - 284 pages
...or sacred writings and traditions of all nations. This one God is thus described in the Vedahs : " ' Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...mind comprehend; all-pervading; all-transcending; * * * understanding all. Without cause, the first of all causes ; all-ruling ; all-powerful ; the Creator,...
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India-ancient and Modern: Being a Geographical Description of the ..., Parts 1-2

George Temple - 1890
...character, as presented in the Vedas, is given by a learned Brahman, quoted by Sir William Jones: — " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...without hands grasping all worlds ; without eyes, ull surveying ; without ears, allhearioe ; without an intelligent guide, understanding all; without...
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Methodist Review, Volume 86

1904
...is the universe." A summary of their teaching concerning God is thus given by one learned in them : "Perfect truth, perfect happiness, without equal,...with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by time nor space ; without feet moving swiftly, without hands grasping all worlds, without eyes all-surveying,...
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Ophiolatreia: An Account of the Rites and Mysteries Connected With the ...

Hargrave Jennings - 1977 - 131 pages
...gorgeous temples, not one was erected to him. The holiest verse of the Vedas is paraphrased as follows : " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...whom neither speech can describe nor mind comprehend; all -pervading; all-transcending; delighted by his own boundless intelligence, not limited by space...
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