Seer Quotes

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Victoria Hanley
“Those two are carved from the same tree." the queen said.
By the same blade." The high king answered and offered her his arm in splendid dignity”
Victoria Hanley, The Seer and the Sword

F.T. McKinstry
“My woman has a wandering eye;
Yarrow, thyme and thorn.
She eyes the ocean and the sky
While stitching sails, forlorn.
I got a kiss, and then a tear
As she bade me go;
But on the waves, my heart's in fear:
My woman's in the know.”
F.T. McKinstry, The Gray Isles

Kyoko M.
“Where are we heading?”
“The closest wooded area to here is Kenwood Academy’s estate. Good place to hide, especially at night.”
“If we’re going into the woods, I definitely need to change.”
I glanced back at her as we returned to the curb where the cab had dropped us off. “Or you could just go home.”
She crossed her arms and avoided my gaze, scowling. “You’re sick of me already? That must be a record.”
I lifted my eyes to the heavens. Women. “This creature tore out a woman’s throat and busted her chest cavity open like a piñata. I don’t like the thought of it being anywhere near you.”
“Did it ever occur to you that I feel the same way?”
Surprise flooded over me. “No, it…actually didn’t.”
“I know I’m not as strong or as smart as you are, but that doesn’t mean I can’t help. We’re partners, aren’t we?”
“Yeah,” I said, and couldn’t stop the smile creeping across my lips. “I guess we are.”
She tossed a quick look at me and frowned. “Quit it.”
“I hate it when you do that.”
“You hate it when I smile?”
“No, when you make that, ‘aw, she does have a heart’ face. You look like a Disney prince.”
I laughed. “My bad. I’ll work on that.”
Kyoko M., The Deadly Seven

Kyoko M.
“Listen and listen good, shitbrain. If you ever touch someone I love again, I will shove this cross down your throat and watch you choke on it. You want to know why a Prince of Hell wanted me so bad? Now you do. I’m not a nice girl. I’m a Seer. It is my job to save the people of the world from vultures like you. Now you take that back to whoever your boss is and let him come find me, if he’s stupid enough. I’ll bury you all if I have to.”
Kyoko M., The Holy Dark

Jean M. Grant
“Listen to the earth, Feel the fire. Allow the power to flow through ye.”
Jean M. Grant, A Hundred Kisses

Kyoko M.
“The hit-woman opened the door. No dead body on the floor. Thank God.
I heard an unearthly roar and then Jordan charged Liz from where she’d been hiding beside the door. She tackled her to the floor and stabbed her through the wrist with a small switchblade. The hit-woman shrieked and let go of the gun, allowing Jordan precious seconds to bat it across the room. She landed a couple hard punches to the assassin’s nose, bloodying it, before the other woman got the upper hand.
She grabbed a handful of Jordan’s ponytail and slammed her head into the edge of the coffee table. Jordan cried out, but didn’t let go of the knife. She withdrew it and held it against the assassin’s throat, shouting, “Move again and I’ll kill you, puta!”
Liz panted madly, but stayed put. Jordan glanced up at me. “You okay?”
“Alive,” I said through a grimace. “Not okay.”
“Good enough.” She returned her gaze to the woman pinned beneath her and glared.
“The police are on their way. And not the nice, human police. Angels. Get any ideas about trying to kill me again and you won’t even get to deal with them.”
“I’ve been in jail before,” Liz said, attempting to recapture her former arrogance. “I’ll get over it.”
Jordan leaned down a few inches, lowering her voice. “Really? How’d you like to return without your tongue?”
Liz’s eyes went wide, as did mine. “You wouldn’t dare.”
“You shot my best friend. Multiple times. Lex talionis.”
“You can’t kill me. You’re not a policewoman. You’re just a girl.”
“No. I’m a Seer. You and the rest of your friends had better learn the difference between a sheep and a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Until then…”
She lifted her fist and punched Liz hard in the temple. The assassin went out like a light.
“Vaya con dios, bitch.”
Kyoko M., The Deadly Seven

“Nothing should be worshipped [sic] that has form or is individuated. The universal Divine Life is alone to be worshipped. There is no colorless pantheism in this concept; for the God of each man is one with the universal God: the Conqueror obtains the Universe, not by being absorbed and obliterated by it, but by transcending the limitations of his individual consciousness and partaking of the universal Divine Consciousness. As an individual he loses nothing but his imperfections, but he gains the All, the "Origin and the Perfection." And this is Seership, which is not "prophecy," "second sight" or sense-perception on any plane of consciousness, but is Direct Cognition of Reality.”
James Morgan Pryse, The Apocalypse Unsealed

Margaret Mallory
“I see this is not the first time you've gotten yourself injured," she said, sounding irritated. "I suppose battle scars are a badge of honor for you Highlanders."
He shrugged. "Every scar provides a tale to share around the hearth."
"You should be more careful," she scolded.
"I am careful," he said with a laugh. "That's why I live to tell the tales.”
Margaret Mallory, The Gift

Lailah Gifty Akita
“A seer is a sacred prophet”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Roshan Sharma
“To observe life is not only to organize your internal and external life, but reach to the state, from where, without any effort, both your internal and external life, moves in synchronization.”
Roshan Sharma

Mara Amberly
“The pieces of the puzzle are visible, but not the grand design. Images flicker and dance like memories, hinting at events to come. They scatter the moment I reach for them only to re-form to taunt me. I who never truly possessed them, nor may I ever.
They do tell me this: a time of great change approaches and it’s not enough to watch. We must act. We can’t count on others to do our work for us or all may be lost.
- Oracle Lilian’s Diary, Winter of 3765”
Mara Amberly, Fire and Gold

Roshan Sharma
“You can only become the observer of life, if you can perceive the world with the mind and not with the sensory organs.”
Roshan Sharma

Roshan Sharma
“Observe your internal and external world and rise above it.”
Roshan Sharma

Rae Carson
“It's the easiest thing in the world to get to California-you just aim yourself west and start walking.”
Rae Carson

Dada Bhagwan
“What do the Vitraag Lords say? “I am Chandulal” is a Gneya (that which is to be known) yet one believes himself to be the knower. When the knower comes into the ‘Knowing state (gnata padh) and that which is to be known, comes into the ‘state of being known (gneya padh)’, ‘we’ will call him ‘Jitendriya-Jin’.”
Dada Bhagwan

Michael Bassey Johnson
“If a palmist grasp my palm, and look into it, without seeing a single line, what would he read?”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Jean M. Grant
“A cloud of white death veiled in black…”
Jean M. Grant, A Hundred Kisses

Jean M. Grant
“Perhaps we can start counting those kisses once more. I think you owe me a few.”
Jean M. Grant, A Hundred Kisses

Brigham Young
“My knowledge is, if you will follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and his Apostles, as recorded in the New Testament, every man and woman will be put in possession of the Holy Ghost; every person will become a Prophet, Seer, and Revelator, and an expounder of truth. They will know things that are, that will be, and that have been. They will understand things in heaven, things on the earth, and things under the earth, things of time, and things of eternity, according to their several callings and capacities.”
Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Volume 1

“We aren't so called black people.
We are black people.
Be black and proud!”
Dr.Nana Adu-Boafo Jnr

“Visionaries don't just see the world, they see the universe.”
Anthony T.Hincks

“A visionary doesn't just see the world, he sees the universe.”
Anthony T.Hincks

“A visionary doesn't just see the world, she sees the universe.”
Anthony T.Hincks

Jessica Leake
“The seer is a woman?”
Jessica Leake, Beyond a Darkened Shore

Abhijit Naskar
“Think the truth - act the truth - live the truth.”
Abhijit Naskar

Abhijit Naskar
“Empirically speaking, there is no such thing as history, destiny and even future for that matter, what there really is, is the “now”. And this very “now” – this very moment is the only thing which you have in your hands – in fact, it is the only time that actually exists – the “now”. So, be aware of that “now”and you will literally begin to see all moments like a true seer, without all the mystical nonsense.”
Abhijit Naskar, Time to Save Medicine

Abhijit Naskar
“Simply awareness will make you see, what has been, what will be and what could be.”
Abhijit Naskar, Time to Save Medicine

Antonio Machado
“The eye you see is not an eye because you see it;
it is an eye because it sees you.”
Antonio Machado, Times Alone: Selected Poems

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