Directions


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Directions

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Directions is an alternative designation for progressions.

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I wasn't calculating on doing anything really definite in that direction till the family come.
uncle Jerry said, jerking his head interrogatively in Rebecca's direction.
In THAT direction,' the Cat said, waving its right paw round,
Their eyes were set at the extreme sides of their heads a trifle above the center and protruded in such a manner that they could be directed either forward or back and also independently of each other, thus permitting this queer animal to look in any direction, or in two directions at once, without the necessity of turning the head.
He now turned his thoughts in that direction, and prepared for the journey.
The grass was as close-cropped and carpet-like as some old English lawn and the trees themselves showed evidence of careful pruning to a uniform height of about fifteen feet from the ground, so that as one turned his glance in any direction the forest had the appearance at a little distance of a vast, high-ceiled chamber.
For great distances in all directions rugged hills and arid stretches of dead sea bottom discourage intercourse with them, and since there is practically no such thing as foreign commerce upon warlike Barsoom, where each nation is sufficient to itself, really little has been known relative to the court of the Jeddak of Kaol and the numerous strange, but interesting, people over whom he rules.
It is quite simple, being nothing more than a radium generator diffusing radio-activity in all directions to a distance of a hundred yards or so from the flier.
The equal attraction of the solid crust from all directions maintained this luminous core in the exact center of the hollow globe.
Hastily leaving the boma he searched in all directions about the enclosure for some farther sign of the tell-tale spoor.
It was with difficulty that he kept the trail, for there were many paths through the jungle at this point--crossing and crisscrossing, forking and branching in all directions, and over them all had passed natives innumerable, coming and going.
Those of us who could fled in all directions into the jungle, but more were killed.

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