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Genius
H. P. Blavatsky         The Voice of Silence

. . . . Pre-existing or innate virtues, talents or gifts are regarded as having been acquired in a previous birth.  Genius is without exception a talent or aptitude brought from another birth.


Friedrich Schleiermacher         Talks on Religion

. . . . A single moment of mankind's history will return, and from the various cusing leading thereto,  you shall discern lthe course of the universe and the formula of its laws.  A genius . . . will awaken from his slumber, appearing on a new scene . . .


William Blake         Blake's Humanism

. . . . Eternal Man exists primarily by those faculties, which nourish his genius and promote his generosity . . .


Honoré de Balzac          Seraphita

. . . . The endless legacy of the past to the present is the secret source of human genius . . .


Henry Ford          Interview  (April 27 and 28, 1938)

. . . . Genius is experience.  Some seem to think that it is a gift or talent, but it is the fruit of long experience in many lives . . .


Gustave Geley          From the Unconscious to the Conscious

. . . All the innate capacities are subconscious; likewise the higher faculties --intuition, talents, genius, artistic or creative inspiration. . .


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