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Definition of the adjective All-Seeing
What does All-Seeing mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Having knowledge of all things said or done, esp. when those things are wrong according to a particular set of morals or rules
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Comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution by Albert Gallatin Mackey
All-Seeing Eye. An important symbol of the Supreme Being, borrowed by the Freemasons from the nations of antiquity. Both the Hebrews and the Egyptians appear to have derived its use from that natural inclination of figurative minds to select ...
Symbols, Signs, and Meanings by J.M. DeBord
See also: Dead End, Road All-Seeing Eye—The All-Seeing Eye, also known as the Eye of Providence, or the Third Eye, can symbolize penetrating awareness. Nothing escapes its attention. It can symbolize deep insight and knowledge.
An Irish-English Dictionary (1817)
by Edward O'Reilly
all-seeing ujlefjorpaë, uleshiosrach, a. omniscient ujlefjoritato, uilefhiosrachd, s. f. omniscience ujlešljc, uileghle, a. all-wise ujle-so-lejo, uile-go-lir, altogether ujle- jcess, ...
by Norman Blake
all seeing 'omnipotent': All-seeing heauen, (R3 2.1.83, ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
ALL-SEEING, seeing ...
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- All-Seeing Wisdom (Bodnath, Nepal)
The Great Stupa of Bodnath, in Nepal's Kathmandu valley. The stupa is a major pilgrimage place for Tibetan Buddhists, for its construction was linked to the establishment of Buddhism in Tibet.
The mysterious eyes, painted on all four sides of the stupa's spire, represent the eyes of the Buddha and face the four cardinal directions--east, west, north, and south. Between each pair of eyes, where the nose would be, is what looks like a question mark. This is actually the Nepali character for the number 1, which symbolizes unity and the "one" way to reach enlightenment--through the Buddha's teachings. Above this is the third eye, symbolizing the all-seeing wisdom of the Buddha.
As an offering, devotees regularly sponsor the whitewashing of the stupa, concluded by the scattering of saffron-colored water in wide arcs around the "vase" of the monument and the hanging of new prayer flags from its pinnacle.
The gold of the stupa's pinnacle, gleaming brightly in the afternoon sun, was offered by a wandering Tibetan yogi, Shabkar, in 1821.
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The all-seeing eye of God beheld our deplorable state; infinite pity touched the heart of the Father of mercies; and infinite wisdom laid the plan of our recovery. (David Brainerd)
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