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  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • of all human nature, that is, Dionysos.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • of all human nature, that is, Dionysos.
  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • disciple, Dionysos the Areopagite?
    • In the Mysteries of Wales and Britain the teachings of Dionysos
    • Christianity which had been taught by Dionysos the Areopagite and
  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • disciple, Dionysos the Areopagite?
    • In the Mysteries of Wales and Britain the teachings of Dionysos
    • Christianity which had been taught by Dionysos the Areopagite and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • source was referred to under the name of Dionysos. As a consequence of
    • the Dionysos), was as the deed of a unique Cosmic Divinity in one
    • from without nor Dionysos from within) was Himself a fusion of Mithra
    • and Dionysos, and also was related to human nature in its depths. He
    • Dionysos were united in the Being Who entered humanity in the Event of
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • worlds as the union of Mithra and Dionysos, must the initial point be
    • Dionysos had lived in Jesus of Nazareth. But when, before Damascus,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • source was referred to under the name of Dionysos. As a consequence of
    • the Dionysos), was as the deed of a unique Cosmic Divinity in one
    • from without nor Dionysos from within) was Himself a fusion of Mithra
    • and Dionysos, and also was related to human nature in its depths. He
    • Dionysos were united in the Being Who entered humanity in the Event of
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • worlds as the union of Mithra and Dionysos, must the initial point be
    • Dionysos had lived in Jesus of Nazareth. But when, before Damascus,
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Contents
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    • Dionysos as the representative of the ego-forces. The entry of the Christ
    • Christ-stream. Dionysos Zagreus and the younger Dionysos. (22nd
    • The ego-nature and the human form. Dionysos and his band of followers.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • human. That god is Dionysos. Just as we have to look upon Pluto as
    • have to regard Dionysos as the macrocosmic representative of the
    • upon Dionysos, that figure which stands before our ego at last in
    • the name Dionysos was spoken. Hence what has been said today has been
    • thought when they spoke of Dionysos. This will serve to build a
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the end of yesterday's lecture I introduced the name of Dionysos, and
    • knows, Dionysos is one of the Greek gods, and the question must have
    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • us of an older Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus. This older Dionysos was a
    • for making the elder Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus, a son of Persephone
    • through the earthly elements, they are the elder Dionysos.
    • and called them Dionysos Zagreus, the elder Dionysos. But the Greek
    • had a peculiar feeling towards what the elder Dionysos could give
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • impressive picture, the picture of the dismembered Dionysos.
    • Greek mythology has interwoven into the Dionysos saga the figure of
    • evolution, so that he plays a part in the creation of Dionysos, who
    • to begin with, as Dionysos the elder, is a son of Zeus and
    • Persephone. Zeus's part in the creation of Dionysos lies in his
    • part in the mutilation of Dionysos ... whereas he is the offspring
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • which rescued the dismembered Dionysos, rescued the old unified
    • consciousness once more outwards. Hence the subtlety of the Dionysos
    • saga, which relates how Pallas Athene, after Dionysos had been
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • lecture we were considering the figure of Dionysos, our attention was
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • would not have been able to participate in the Dionysos forces. That
    • the old Dionysos Zagreus had to be destroyed.
    • in the language of Greek mythology the elder Dionysos was dismembered
    • by the Titans, and emerged again later as the younger Dionysos, that
    • order to bring about the birth of the younger Dionysos the human
    • is also implicit in the wonderful, wisdom-filled form of the Dionysos
    • saga. Dionysos had to come from another direction from that of the
    • Hence the younger Dionysos, macrocosmic representative of our modern
    • ego-consciousness, could not be like the elder Dionysos, a son of
    • Dionysos, the macrocosmic representative of the ego—the ego
    • as a maya was embodied in Dionysos; in other words, we see how
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
    • Dionysos into themselves! If there were among us on the Earth men
    • they said to themselves: ‘Since Dionysos, the younger Dionysos,
    • Dionysos civilisation that man has first to acquire the intellectual
    • ego. Therefore Dionysos must be represented as this human ego still
    • procession of Dionysos, which I have called a march of civilisation,
    • essential ego of Dionysos had not yet entered the human body, but was
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • Dionysos was still deeper and more significant than all that they
    • of the world around them, they veiled what had to do with Dionysos
    • figure of Dionysos; Dionysos had to do with the deepest vicissitudes
    • understand the figure of Dionysos and his connection with these
    • so that it is Dionysos who works in us to make our
    • knowledge to what the work of Dionysos within us is — to our
    • in them, with the object of reaching Dionysos.’ Thus in the
    • birth, but the genius of language, in which Dionysos plays a part,
    • of Dionysos in these Mysteries? If you read the little book
    • younger Dionysos himself — that figure which I have already
    • Dionysos appeared in an etheric form in the holy Mysteries, and from
    • welled forth directly from the inner being of Dionysos.
    • But because Dionysos
    • is in us, the human being saw his own self in Dionysos, and learnt to
    • outside, where he was recognised merely as Dionysos, he made his
    • Dionysos of old, they impart them on the spiritual plane. And anyone
    • the aspirants learned to know Dionysos as a spirit-form. In the
    • Dionysos, then this Dionysos seemed to them a beautiful, sublime
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
    • draw your attention to the fact that the younger Dionysos still
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • Then too in the figure of Dionysos our attention was drawn to
    • Dionysos shared, for only so would he be able to acquire knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • that when a thought of Zeus or of Dionysos came before the soul, this
  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Lecture III
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    • Dionysos and were content that their faculties should rise up as it were
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • of Isis and Osiris, or of Dionysos, He studied these ancient
    • Moon through the Zodiac. Dionysos — in that great
    • of Hercules, Dionysos and Osiris. Christ too is none other
    • Sun of the New Testament, by contrast to Hercules, Dionysos
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • extraordinary cultus arose; this was the worship of Dionysos.
    • Dionysos, because this worship was a symbol of the function
    • in the symbol of the wine, of the sacrificial wine. Dionysos
    • the symbol of Dionysos. In the Marriage at Cana, a great
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Contents
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    • Dionysos as the representative of the ego-forces. The entry of the Christ
    • Christ-stream. Dionysos Zagreus and the younger Dionysos. (22nd
    • The ego-nature and the human form. Dionysos and his band of followers.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • human. That god is Dionysos. Just as we have to look upon Pluto as
    • have to regard Dionysos as the macrocosmic representative of the
    • upon Dionysos, that figure which stands before our ego at last in
    • the name Dionysos was spoken. Hence what has been said today has been
    • thought when they spoke of Dionysos. This will serve to build a
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the end of yesterday's lecture I introduced the name of Dionysos, and
    • knows, Dionysos is one of the Greek gods, and the question must have
    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • us of an older Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus. This older Dionysos was a
    • for making the elder Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus, a son of Persephone
    • through the earthly elements, they are the elder Dionysos.
    • and called them Dionysos Zagreus, the elder Dionysos. But the Greek
    • had a peculiar feeling towards what the elder Dionysos could give
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • impressive picture, the picture of the dismembered Dionysos.
    • Greek mythology has interwoven into the Dionysos saga the figure of
    • evolution, so that he plays a part in the creation of Dionysos, who
    • to begin with, as Dionysos the elder, is a son of Zeus and
    • Persephone. Zeus's part in the creation of Dionysos lies in his
    • part in the mutilation of Dionysos ... whereas he is the offspring
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • which rescued the dismembered Dionysos, rescued the old unified
    • consciousness once more outwards. Hence the subtlety of the Dionysos
    • saga, which relates how Pallas Athene, after Dionysos had been
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • lecture we were considering the figure of Dionysos, our attention was
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • would not have been able to participate in the Dionysos forces. That
    • the old Dionysos Zagreus had to be destroyed.
    • in the language of Greek mythology the elder Dionysos was dismembered
    • by the Titans, and emerged again later as the younger Dionysos, that
    • order to bring about the birth of the younger Dionysos the human
    • is also implicit in the wonderful, wisdom-filled form of the Dionysos
    • saga. Dionysos had to come from another direction from that of the
    • Hence the younger Dionysos, macrocosmic representative of our modern
    • ego-consciousness, could not be like the elder Dionysos, a son of
    • Dionysos, the macrocosmic representative of the ego—the ego
    • as a maya was embodied in Dionysos; in other words, we see how
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
    • Dionysos into themselves! If there were among us on the Earth men
    • they said to themselves: ‘Since Dionysos, the younger Dionysos,
    • Dionysos civilisation that man has first to acquire the intellectual
    • ego. Therefore Dionysos must be represented as this human ego still
    • procession of Dionysos, which I have called a march of civilisation,
    • essential ego of Dionysos had not yet entered the human body, but was
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • Dionysos was still deeper and more significant than all that they
    • of the world around them, they veiled what had to do with Dionysos
    • figure of Dionysos; Dionysos had to do with the deepest vicissitudes
    • understand the figure of Dionysos and his connection with these
    • so that it is Dionysos who works in us to make our
    • knowledge to what the work of Dionysos within us is — to our
    • in them, with the object of reaching Dionysos.’ Thus in the
    • birth, but the genius of language, in which Dionysos plays a part,
    • of Dionysos in these Mysteries? If you read the little book
    • younger Dionysos himself — that figure which I have already
    • Dionysos appeared in an etheric form in the holy Mysteries, and from
    • welled forth directly from the inner being of Dionysos.
    • But because Dionysos
    • is in us, the human being saw his own self in Dionysos, and learnt to
    • outside, where he was recognised merely as Dionysos, he made his
    • Dionysos of old, they impart them on the spiritual plane. And anyone
    • the aspirants learned to know Dionysos as a spirit-form. In the
    • Dionysos, then this Dionysos seemed to them a beautiful, sublime
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
    • draw your attention to the fact that the younger Dionysos still
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • Then too in the figure of Dionysos our attention was drawn to
    • Dionysos shared, for only so would he be able to acquire knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • that when a thought of Zeus or of Dionysos came before the soul, this
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VII: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Dionysos of the Ancient Mysteries to whom quite a different
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXX
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    • Dionysos). A wine-god even appeared.
    • way into ritual, into the Dionysos-Cult. The Fourth Sub-Race is the
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • and Dionysos. It may be possible for whole worlds to arise before us
    • figure of Dionysos — then, how the whole human being is to be
    • found in Dionysos! How all that becomes living in us when we confront
    • Demeter and Persephone lives again in Dionysos! Then, in the last
    • of Demeter, the human figure of Persephone, even that of Dionysos or
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • in their own soul what is described in the myth of Dionysos Zagreus,
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • thoughts, but by bringing the whole drama of Dionysos before them, by
    • resurrection of Dionysos; and he also showed that which went on
    • invisibly in the drama of “Dionysos and Osiris.”
  • Title: Lecture 2: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • would, like Dionysos, be split up into the whole astral world of the
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VI
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    • other the culture and mysteries of Dionysos. Such a division is to be
    • central spiritual being was Dionysos. So it is natural that in
    • Dionysos, this central figure of the inner circle of gods, men
    • Apollo and Dionysos united in one.
    • that the beings under the leadership of Dionysos work themselves
    • side, a Dionysos — a Luciferic being — incarnated as a
    • themselves in order to penetrate through this inner life to Dionysos,
    • life, he found not Christ, but Dionysos. Today if development has
    • his soul and descended to the lower gods, he found Dionysos, which is
    • Dionysos or Lucifer, was far away from the earth; on the other hand
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VIII
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    • through the mysteries of Dionysos. At that time people still had a
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • as the saying of the wise Silenus? Silenus in the train of Dionysos
  • Title: Esoteric Lesson: Hamburg, 10-26-1907
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    • That's what the saga of Dionysos means. He was cut into pieces, but
    • Zeus swallowed the heart and gave rise to the younger Dionysos.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IX
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    • by the River Po, and signs himself “Dionysos.” This
  • Title: Awakening to Community: Lecture V
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    • spiritual beings such as Apollo and Dionysos, with the chorus an echo
  • Title: Astral World: Lecture I
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    • the god Dionysos strides to the River Po and looks down at all his ideals
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture VIII: The Path of Knowledge and Its Stages
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    • our self. This is represented, for example, in the myth of Dionysos.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • fact, that one of these paths was named after Dionysos, that
    • residue to which was given the name of Dionysos. On the other
    • thought, the teaching of Zarathustra; and in the Dionysos
    • coming Grecian cults of Apollo and Dionysos, and thenceforward
    • the Grecian creeds of Dionysos and Apollo, the Mystical current



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