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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”, 9th, 14th and 15th of
    • Kalevala”. What is set forth in “Kalevala”,
    • Thus, the ancient seers, upon whose visionary power the “Kalevala
    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Kalevala Wainamoinen corresponds to the sentient soul, so Ilmarinen
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • pointed out that in “Kalevala” the human being is forged
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala
    • Kalevala”, must now be obliterated. This can only be
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • The “Kalevala
    • the course of development. I explained to you that “Kalevala
    • Christ appears at the end of “Kalevala”, but because he
    • magnificent epic poem “Kalevala” the three characters
    • this, felt and spoke in this way, and also “Kalevala
    • will take hold of human hearts, when the ideas of “Kalevala
    • Homer’s epic poems. Yet the “Kalevala” streamed out
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”, 9th, 14th and 15th of
    • Kalevala”. What is set forth in “Kalevala”,
    • Thus, the ancient seers, upon whose visionary power the “Kalevala
    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Kalevala Wainamoinen corresponds to the sentient soul, so Ilmarinen
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • pointed out that in “Kalevala” the human being is forged
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala
    • Kalevala”, must now be obliterated. This can only be
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • The “Kalevala
    • the course of development. I explained to you that “Kalevala
    • Christ appears at the end of “Kalevala”, but because he
    • magnificent epic poem “Kalevala” the three characters
    • this, felt and spoke in this way, and also “Kalevala
    • will take hold of human hearts, when the ideas of “Kalevala
    • Homer’s epic poems. Yet the “Kalevala” streamed out
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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
    • to the Kalevala
    • of the Niebelungen in Central Europe; and finally of the Kalevala, and
    • as in the Niebelungen or in the Kalevala, are the deeds of spiritual-divine
    • everything which in the Kalevala has to do with Western Europe, I can
    • And what affects me very specially and remarkably in the Kalevala is
    • Kalevala gains a very special “nuance”, a colouring, which
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • delicately indicated at the end of Kalevala the penetration of the most
    • immediate present, with their complete souls; so that through Kalevala,
    • add the Kalevala to those already mentioned: We shall be able to show (to-day
    • I say it without fear — the characters in Kalevala have sprung,
    • figure in Kalevala, Ilmarinen; if we go back to the old clairvoyant
    • consciousness at the back of Kalevala, and thus we look back into human
    • the second part of Kalevala. Thus everything in this great national
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
    • I knew not a line of Kalevala.
    • finely and so delicately at the end of Kalevala, when the Christ is
    • then Kalevala becomes very specially significant. Here we are led specially
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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
    • to the Kalevala
    • of the Niebelungen in Central Europe; and finally of the Kalevala, and
    • as in the Niebelungen or in the Kalevala, are the deeds of spiritual-divine
    • everything which in the Kalevala has to do with Western Europe, I can
    • And what affects me very specially and remarkably in the Kalevala is
    • Kalevala gains a very special “nuance”, a colouring, which
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • delicately indicated at the end of Kalevala the penetration of the most
    • immediate present, with their complete souls; so that through Kalevala,
    • add the Kalevala to those already mentioned: We shall be able to show (to-day
    • I say it without fear — the characters in Kalevala have sprung,
    • figure in Kalevala, Ilmarinen; if we go back to the old clairvoyant
    • consciousness at the back of Kalevala, and thus we look back into human
    • the second part of Kalevala. Thus everything in this great national
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
    • I knew not a line of Kalevala.
    • finely and so delicately at the end of Kalevala, when the Christ is
    • then Kalevala becomes very specially significant. Here we are led specially
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • Kalevala by the Finnish people, or the Homeric poems by the
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • of National Epics, with special reference to the Kalevala.’
  • Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture III: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • part of the magnificent Finnish Folk-epic, the Kalevala.
    • Now a passage from the Kalevala: and we will try,
    • From the Kalevala: Rune XIV (Conclusion)
    • “Achilleis” and the Kalevala, you will be able



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