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Helena also claimed that " Billy knew all the languages in the world, while my father only knew twenty-seven.
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Some of Whorf's unpublished manuscripts on spirituality also suggest that he was influenced by the ideas of Helena Blavatsky the founder of the Theosophical Society who wrote about cosmic evolution, a belief that regards reincarnation to be the source of evolution of human races towards continuously higher forms.
Socrates Scholasticus ( born c. 380 ), in his Ecclesiastical History, gives a full description of the discovery ( that was repeated later by Sozomen and by Theodoret ) which emphasizes the role played in the excavations and construction by Helena ; just as the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem ( also founded by Constantine and Helena ) commemorated the birth of Jesus, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre would commemorate his death and resurrection.
In All's Well That Ends Well Diana appears as a figure in the play and Helena makes multiple allusions to her, such as, " Now, Dian, from thy altar do I fly ..." and "... wish chastely and love dearly, that your Dian / was both herself and love ..." The Steward also says, "...; Dian no queen of virgins ,/ that
He is also now thought to have been responsible for the building of Santa Costanza on a Christian site just outside Rome as a mausoleum for his wife Helena and sister-in-law Constantina.
Although Hubbard's mother also went to Guam, Hubbard himself did not accompany them but was placed in his grandparents ' care in Helena, Montana to complete his schooling.
** Helena of Constantinople, also known as " Feast of the Holy Great Sovereigns Constantine and Helen, Equal-to-the-Apostles.
It has also been suggested that the island may not have been discovered until 30 July 1503 by a squadron under the command of Estêvão da Gama and that da Nova actually discovered Tristan da Cunha on the feast day of St Helena.
In 1859 the Anglican Diocese of St Helena was set up for St Helena, including Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha ( initially also including the Falkland Islands, Rio de Janeiro and other towns along the east coast of South America ), the first Bishop of St Helena arriving on the island that year.
However, this St Helena staple industry fell into decline because of competition from synthetic fibres and also because the delivered price of the island ’ s flax was substantially higher than world prices.
The St Helena National Trust was also formed the same year with the aim of promoting the island's unique environmental and culture heritage.
The proprietor of the latter, Benjamin Grant, also published the St Helena Advertiser ( 1865 – 1866 ).
Several short-lived papers also appeared a few years later – the St Helena Times ( 1889 ), the Monthly Critic and Flashman ( 1895 ) and the St Helena Observer.
The St Helena Church News was published from 1888, the Parish Magazine from 1889, the Diocesan Magazine from 1901 and the Jamestown Monthly from 1912 The latter was renamed the St Helena Church Magazine and was published until 1945 by Canon Wallcot, who extended news coverage from church matters to also include island news after the closure of the St Helena Guardian.
Thomas Mason of Odiham, Hampshire ; Mary, the daughter of Helena and Thomas Mason, was married to Richard Dummer, who also became involved in the founding of the Plough Company.
Tristan da Cunha () is part of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha which also includes Saint Helena to its north, and equatorial Ascension Island even farther removed.
In 1875 Helena Blavatsky ( 1831-1891 ) and others founded one of these theosophical initiate societies, The Theosophical Society, an organization related to earlier theosophical ideas which also departed from them significantly.
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The word, used in a technical sense, was popularized in theosophical literature in the late 19th century when Madame Helena Blavatsky, one of the founders of the Theosophical Society, claimed that her teachers were adepts or Mahatmas who reside in Asia.
He claimed to a friend, while in exile on Saint Helena, that " I truly loved my Joséphine, but I did not respect her.
Some biographers, including Gunnar Tideström, have claimed that Helena hence found a foster sister of a similar age to Edith, named Singa.
Constantine's mother, Helena, made a pilgrimage to the city and claimed to have recovered the cross of Christ.
A few yards nearby, Helena also identified the location of the Tomb of Jesus and claimed to have discovered the True Cross ; her son, Constantine, then built the Church of the Holy Sepulchre around the whole site.
Lemuria entered the lexicon of the Occult through the works of Helena Blavatsky, who claimed to have been shown an ancient, pre-Atlantean Book of Dzyan by the Mahatmas.
Helena had also falsely claimed that the Civil Service exam William took in 1933 was an IQ test and that his ranking of 254 was an IQ score of 254.
The woman, Helena, whom Simon took about with him, is described ( in R she is called the moon – R 2. 12, H 2. 26 ), and the sham miracles he claimed to do ( H 2. 32, R 2. 10 ).
Some have claimed that the marriage was a marketing ploy, including Rubinstein's being able to pass herself off as Helena Princess Gourielli.
According to the church historian Socrates of Constantinople, Helena claimed to have found the cross of Christ, after removing a Temple to Venus ( attributed to Hadrian ) that had been built over the site.
Several miracles were claimed, to prove the authenticy of these items, and St. Helena returned with a piece of the cross and the nails.
In addition, he claimed to have located Helena Stoeckley, the woman whom MacDonald claimed to have seen in his apartment during the murders.
During the defense stage of the trial, Segal called Helena Stoeckley to the witness stand, intent on extracting a confession from her that she had been one of the intruders MacDonald claimed had entered his family's apartment, murdered his family and attacked him.
Helena is considered to be a very vulnerable, sensitive and obsessive character, due to her growing up in the shadow of Hermia, as well as because of her treatment by Demetrius: she shows strength and a new belief in herself by refusing his advances when she believes he is making fun of her, despite the fact that he claimed that she was his one true love.
Construction of the Bale Grist Mill located between St. Helena and Calistoga was completed in 1846, the same year the Bear Flag Revolt claimed independence from Mexico.
The Mann Gulch fire of 1949 was a wildfire in the Helena National Forest, Montana, United States, which claimed the lives of 13 firefighters including 12 smoke jumpers who were parachuted into the area to fight the fire, but were unable to control it.
Suk claimed his first Grand Slam mixed doubles title in 1991 at the French Open, partnering sister Helena.
The Mahatma Letters are letters that were claimed to be written by the Theosophical Mahatmas or Masters of the Ancient Wisdom to certain Theosophists, especially A. P. Sinnett, A. O. Hume, Henry Steel Olcott, Helena Blavatsky, C. W. Leadbeater and others.
It has also been claimed that this ecosystem has emerged without any coevolution among its constituent species, and such claims have been taken for granted by recent writers on the ecology of St. Helena and Ascension because it is " a wholly artificial ecosystem " ( Ashmole 2000, p 250 ).
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Even though he couldn't remember the things Helena had made him do, Lucky still knew Helena and Stavros were his enemies.
Dylan knew exactly which songs he wanted to record, and though three songs co-written by Helena Springs were also recorded during these sessions (" Coming from the Heart ", " Walk Out in the Rain ", " Stop Now "), there is no indication that these songs were ever serious contenders for the album.