10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHYSIOLATRY»
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A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature So Far as it ...
physiolatry,. which. was. common. to. all. the. members. of the Aryan family, had,
in the hands of a wily priesthood, been changed into an empty idolatry, the Indian
alone, of all the Aryan nations, produced a new form of religion, which has well ...
Friedrich Max Müller, 1859
International Encyclopaedia of Buddhism: Tibet
In course of time the physiolatry, a kind of Nature-worship, was innovated in the
early human society through experimentation and investigation of the
phenomena in the Nature. The scientific knowledge and the Nature worship were
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... excluding belief in others Necrolatry worship of the dead Neolatry worship of
novelty Onolatry worship of asses or donkeys Ophiolatry Patriolatry Physiolatry
Planetolatry Plutolatry Poetolatry Pseudolatry Pyrolatry Selenolatry Statolatry.
A Book of the Beginnings
... religious physiolatry. Proclus in Timaeus,8 says : " The Shepherds are
analogous to the Powers that are arranged over the heads of animals, which in
arcane narrations are said to be souls that are frustrated of the human intellect,
but have a ...
The Dabistan, Or School of Manners, Transl. by David Shea ...
Still the one or the other of these kinds predominated: thus physiolatry, or “ the
adoration of personified nature,” in India; astrolalry, or “ the worship of stars," in
Arabia and Iran; none of the religions entirely disclaimed monotheism, which was
Muhammad Muhsin Fani, David Shea, Anthony Troyer, 1843
Indian Gods, Sages, and Cities
And thus she became immortal under the form of the goddess Kalee. These
clearly prove the peculiar proneness of Hindoos to deify human beings. That
these have been the causes of physiolatry, deification of men, and other forms of
Rājapāla aṅgrezī-Hindī pāribhāshika śabdakośa
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A Vision of Nature: Traces of the Original World
For the Hindu, a love of nature (physiolatry) is the starting place of religion. The
contradiction has never been resolved in my mind. Ceaseless reincarnation
should be a comfort, not a terror. For the Buddhist, the perception of kinship
among all ...
Om. wisdom of the Rishis
After the primeval physiolatry which was common to all members of the Aryan
family, had. in the hands of a wily priesthood, been changed into an empty
idolatry, the Indians alone, of all the Aryan nations, produced a new from of
Essential Words for the GRE
... incapable of being appeased 5. phototaxis e. functions of a living organism 6.
depict f. of a picture 7. placebo g- loving light 8. physiolatry h. relating to a major
city 9. picturesque i. represent in a picture 10. photophile J- political organization