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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • wisdom, which is in many respects so wonderful, to experience a new
    • ancient Egyptian. He knew that his body was constituted not merely of
    • animal kingdom, plant kingdom, mineral kingdom. He knew that the
    • Think, for example, of how Cardinal Newman — who, after all, was an
    • address that if the Christian Catholic teaching was to survive, a new
    • revelation was necessary. We have no need, however, of a new
    • a new science, one that is illumined by the Spirit. But men must have
    • the courage for such a new science.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • wisdom, which is in many respects so wonderful, to experience a new
    • ancient Egyptian. He knew that his body was constituted not merely of
    • animal kingdom, plant kingdom, mineral kingdom. He knew that the
    • Think, for example, of how Cardinal Newman — who, after all, was an
    • address that if the Christian Catholic teaching was to survive, a new
    • revelation was necessary. We have no need, however, of a new
    • a new science, one that is illumined by the Spirit. But men must have
    • the courage for such a new science.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the music of the spheres, which Man absorbed between death and new
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the music of the spheres, which Man absorbed between death and new
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • situation with regard to his new spiritual surroundings. I've told you
    • A new world now dawns before him, a world that is always inhabited by
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • of death and is, moreover, the germ and essential core of a new life.
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • become a new plant. Looking at things in this way, we arrive at the
    • embarks upon a new incarnation.
    • development of a new plant. Spiritual science meets this objection by
    • prepares for a new life on earth. In other words, the core of the
    • felt in human culture today in the same way as the new natural
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • way that accorded with the new view of the world. I've taken the
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • situation with regard to his new spiritual surroundings. I've told you
    • A new world now dawns before him, a world that is always inhabited by
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • of death and is, moreover, the germ and essential core of a new life.
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • become a new plant. Looking at things in this way, we arrive at the
    • embarks upon a new incarnation.
    • development of a new plant. Spiritual science meets this objection by
    • prepares for a new life on earth. In other words, the core of the
    • felt in human culture today in the same way as the new natural
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • way that accorded with the new view of the world. I've taken the
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • the human soul experiences in feelings between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth are not less important or detailed than
    • we observe the life between death and a new birth it always convinces
    • clairvoyant who is able to contemplate life between death and a new
    • new birth. The souls who have remained behind and who have taken up
    • that the life between death and a new birth will change. It will not
    • and more: to help the souls who live between death and a new birth to
    • between death and a new birth to find their way about.
    • The seer may then discover that, between death and a new birth, there
    • directs his clairvoyant gaze toward the life between death and a new
    • render this new knowledge accessible to men by spreading spiritual
    • new birth, a moment which has an enormous influence upon the seer, and
    • Between death and a new birth the soul is faced by a moment in which
    • this, but if one follows the path of the soul between death and a new
    • new birth. We do not only work in an objective way by filling up one
    • An important moment, therefore, appears between death and a new birth:
    • and with what occurs between death and a new birth, should really
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • the human soul experiences in feelings between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth are not less important or detailed than
    • we observe the life between death and a new birth it always convinces
    • clairvoyant who is able to contemplate life between death and a new
    • new birth. The souls who have remained behind and who have taken up
    • that the life between death and a new birth will change. It will not
    • and more: to help the souls who live between death and a new birth to
    • between death and a new birth to find their way about.
    • The seer may then discover that, between death and a new birth, there
    • directs his clairvoyant gaze toward the life between death and a new
    • render this new knowledge accessible to men by spreading spiritual
    • new birth, a moment which has an enormous influence upon the seer, and
    • Between death and a new birth the soul is faced by a moment in which
    • this, but if one follows the path of the soul between death and a new
    • new birth. We do not only work in an objective way by filling up one
    • An important moment, therefore, appears between death and a new birth:
    • and with what occurs between death and a new birth, should really
  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • new Anthroposophical Society after the separation from the Adyar or
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • Anthroposophical Society wishes to be for the newer culture should not
    • of a new name may nevertheless remind us of the earnestness and
    • so-called “Newest thing in Occult Science,” and what is said
    • And remember what was said in the new mode of expression about
    • great teacher. He was to be the teacher of the new age lifted out of
    • seek for new expression of these three streams? But the ages differ
    • find in the Vedas appears in a new but now concrete form as the Living
    • race. As something so new must also be felt in the new age, this newer
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • there emerges into the new spiritual history discovered by the modern
    • clairvoyance had gradually diminished, and one had to seek new ways to
    • new methods had to be found, new ways of teaching, during the period
    • over into the new, in the blind King Dritarashtra of the house of
    • state of transition from the old times to the new. These are the sons
    • Krishna, through the Great Teacher of the humanity of the new ages
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • should I have gained if I conquered the whole world, and knew nothing
    • with the blood, ceases: and human souls must seek new paths to the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • St. Paul we have before us the germ of something completely new which
    • felt that he thought and knew in his etheric body, and on the other he
    • the new age — the fourth — should come in? If we wish to
    • “The serpent is active within me,” said he. To perceive was therefore in the olden time something like this: “I rouse the serpent within me to a state of activity; I feel my serpent-nature.” What had to happen, so that the new age should come in, that the new method of
    • new, you will say: a good expression for this transition would be:
    • conflict with that which is coming in the new epoch; for these things
    • appears as the newly-arisen, and that which comes, as it were, out of
    • understand each other properly. The old does not understand the new.
    • The new must protect itself against the old, must defend its life
    • against it; that is to say, the new is there, but the ancestors with
    • descendants, the ancestors who have taken no part in the new. Thus we
    • related to him, but which with its attributes still shone into the new
    • he who guided mankind out of the old Sattva-time into the new
    • new), and who, if I may carry my example further, leads men to look
    • projects into the new age from his kindred. Such a one is something
    • new, something miraculous. Hence the legend relates how the child
    • bring in the new, that which kills the third epoch and does away with
    • body. A new object then appears which one does not otherwise see
    • old wisdom which must today, by means of new methods, be called forth
    • beginning of the newer age had to speak in accordance with what was
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • spiritual gifts, which, in a renewed way, but with full human
    • something like a new group-soul of humanity, but one that must be
    • mankind at that time all that he as an Initiate knew; but if we allow
    • presentation, given out of the holy mysteries of the newer age about
    • knew that He Who arose in the Mystery of Golgotha lives in the sphere
    • New Testament revelations. This old Krishna-teaching has on that
    • is a newer side of the Christ-Impulse. It shows us at the same time
    • thoughts and ideas to be absorbed; it should be taken as a sort of New
    • Year's gift, a gift which should influence our New Year, and from now
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • happened in the case of the New Testament. How could the fact be hidden that
    • place in Palestine at the beginning of our era. And so the New Testament was
    • torn into shreds. The Old and New Testaments were treated just like any
    • themselves.’ And such men alienated themselves from the New Testament in
    • world, just as centuries ago the new age began to acquire direct knowledge of
    • narrative a new name is introduced in place of the old name of the God-head.
    • sentence. We might show verse by verse through the Old and New Testaments how
    • too far now if we tried to describe the New Testament in a similar way. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • happened in the case of the New Testament. How could the fact be hidden that
    • place in Palestine at the beginning of our era. And so the New Testament was
    • torn into shreds. The Old and New Testaments were treated just like any
    • themselves.’ And such men alienated themselves from the New Testament in
    • world, just as centuries ago the new age began to acquire direct knowledge of
    • narrative a new name is introduced in place of the old name of the God-head.
    • sentence. We might show verse by verse through the Old and New Testaments how
    • too far now if we tried to describe the New Testament in a similar way. In
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • exactly newly born, but it undergoes a change, both when we breathe in
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Thus we look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • only because a new universe at once begins to dawn that we do not
    • energy are imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • natural world dies away in man; in the realm of the moral a new
    • new worlds come into being.
    • Kepler and then diluted into theory by Newton, was tabooed by the
    • our world, towards a new creation; our world would be led towards its
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • new edition of the book (1918). What is thus within us lies in the
    • between death and a new birth. And just as here the object stands
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
    • unfolds within him a new reality leading into the future. He is the
    • and in that his semblance is quickened again by the will, new reality
    • is transformed into semblance; and a new creation takes place in that
    • see the overcoming of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of
    • dies away, new matter comes into being, that people speak of the
    • the old documents have been burned and new ones written. It is the
    • being, where matter dies away into semblance and new matter arises,
    • is a new creation in the condition of a seed, does there arise in us
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • in the realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus
    • the Copernican system. — Kepler and Newton. — We need a
  • Title: Bridge Between: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the new building. Above the sculptured group we will attempt to
    • One who is carrying the Parcival principle into the new age and who,
    • soul. Newton, whom Goethe had to oppose, has been victorious over
    • Das Traumlied von Olaf Åsteson” (“Cosmic New Year.
    • Chamberlain, Neue Kriegsaufsatze (New War Essays), Munich,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the new building. Above the sculptured group we will attempt to
    • One who is carrying the Parcival principle into the new age and who,
    • soul. Newton, whom Goethe had to oppose, has been victorious over
    • Das Traumlied von Olaf Åsteson” (“Cosmic New Year.
    • Chamberlain, Neue Kriegsaufsatze (New War Essays), Munich,
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • means that as he grows on into the twenties he can develop no new
    • fulfillment within them; they must advance to the portal of the new
    • reality. When the new faculty of vision that is to arise in the next
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
    • development. That is what the renewed Christ Impulse means. When we no
    • Spiritual Science; then Christianity will enter a new stage and cease
    • of the New and at the same time its origin and source.
    • increasing flow of new and more living creations, we enhance its
    • men, but that from epoch to epoch He would bring them new revelations.
    • Those who deny that there can be new revelations do not understand the
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    • means that as he grows on into the twenties he can develop no new
    • fulfillment within them; they must advance to the portal of the new
    • reality. When the new faculty of vision that is to arise in the next
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
    • development. That is what the renewed Christ Impulse means. When we no
    • Spiritual Science; then Christianity will enter a new stage and cease
    • of the New and at the same time its origin and source.
    • increasing flow of new and more living creations, we enhance its
    • men, but that from epoch to epoch He would bring them new revelations.
    • Those who deny that there can be new revelations do not understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • new continents — that is, our life. We speak of the first, the
    • knew and understood much more, and could do much more than other men.
    • referred to Troxler at that time, in order to show how he already knew
    • constituents of the new ether body with which the Christ clothed
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    • new continents — that is, our life. We speak of the first, the
    • knew and understood much more, and could do much more than other men.
    • referred to Troxler at that time, in order to show how he already knew
    • constituents of the new ether body with which the Christ clothed
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • never be able to grasp them, if he knew nothing of the existence of a
    • life between death and a new birth man lives during a certain period
    • between death and a new birth must be entirely different from those
    • bodily substance has been renewed; the wolf would then be formed
    • we bring something of all this with us, when we enter a new existence
    • incarnations they actually knew in their souls something about the
    • embodiment when they still knew of reincarnation.
    • life in which they knew nothing of repeated lives on earth. They feel
    • living reproach. During his life in Kama-Loka between death and a new
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • never be able to grasp them, if he knew nothing of the existence of a
    • life between death and a new birth man lives during a certain period
    • between death and a new birth must be entirely different from those
    • bodily substance has been renewed; the wolf would then be formed
    • we bring something of all this with us, when we enter a new existence
    • incarnations they actually knew in their souls something about the
    • embodiment when they still knew of reincarnation.
    • life in which they knew nothing of repeated lives on earth. They feel
    • living reproach. During his life in Kama-Loka between death and a new
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • Christ had come. Of Christ she knew only what was said in the West,
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the big man whom he knew so intimately, and the latter said to him:
    • persisted, the Atlantean peoples knew that the human being exists, to
    • substance. The Atlantean peoples knew of the interaction between the
    • Heavens and the Earth. They knew: To begin with, man is a Spirit; then
    • beings who belong to that other world. He knew: One can communicate
    • of new races — races which cannot really be said to be survivals
    • souls.” Europe might well be offered a new “Secret
    • newly revealed” Indian wisdom. After all, to Europeans,
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • collapse is inevitable, and out of this collapse a new order of
    • the social order, and that a new order of society will arise from the
    • constitute a new impulse which calls for the steeling of courage in
    • the souls of men, an impulse which leads to something absolutely new
    • in the world, even though this amounts merely to a new understanding
    • The need for a new impulse is everywhere apparent — even to those
    • realise that it is not a question of looking for a really new impulse
    • reached which must now be understood in a new sense, and in full
    • new message.” And then, a few verses further on, a remarkable
    • come to men — free from all preconceived thoughts — a new
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • a new aspect and seem to be imbued with a new power when we realise
    • Kalewala, was something new, especially belonging to Finland. (9th
    • the threshold of a new disclosure of spiritual truths. Attention has
    • new Appearance or Manifestation of Christ.
    • The fact that man is growing onwards to new experiences, spiritual
    • experiences of an entirely new kind, is something that must be
    • towards new experiences. That is one thing that must be realised in
    • Spiritual Science. The second is this. These new experiences are of
    • hearts of men; there will be no founding of new sects, no
    • proclamations of new, physical prophets, for whom humanity no longer
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • discarded and new elements added; ancient heritages must be rescued
    • again, but in a new form and through a new impulse. In olden times,
    • whatever from the point of view of Art. But if we take the New
    • of Athens” really depicts the scene in the New Testament when
    • when Paul came among the Greeks. If we study the New Testament
    • the New Testament account. The New Testament, therefore, provided the
    • filling the Mystery with new life. Here again is a heralding of
    • Raphael both heralded and established a new impulse in Christianity
    • great successor. The new proclamation of the Baptist in the Raphael
    • Raphael there is a new resurrection of the work of John the Baptist,
    • passing away. Just as he provided for the revival, in a new form, of
    • Naturally, when Herman Grimm was writing about Raphael, he knew
    • Though yet they knew, or knew it not, full-fraught
    • For what they knew no longer was — a Cross!
    • The strife they knew not, nor th'ensanguined Sign;
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • unknown to them. They knew that things move forward, but whatever they
    • anything like wonder. Why not? Because Homer and the Greeks knew that
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • THE DAWN OF THE NEW POWER OF THE SPIRIT-SELF IN MAN
    • — the Third Post-Atlantean epoch — knew that he must raise
    • the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch knew that in the physical world he was
    • was gradually instilled into man, leading him to the entirely new
    • perception of the dawn of the new epoch were men who at that time were
    • an entirely new power must have been inaugurated. The Indians divined
    • Pyrrha land on Parnassus, and from them issues the new human race.
    • knowledge to life once again, but in an entirely new form. The lecture
    • heritage of ancient times by means of the new knowledge now available.
    • conception of the world; for it is something completely new. It is a
    • dawning of the new power of the Spirit-Self. And a time will come
    • something wholly and essentially new. Theosophists, however, should
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • consciousness between death and a new birth are essentially different
    • its “substance” the physical body is being renewed all the
    • stretching between death and a new birth if something quite definite
    • further existence between death and the new birth in the future. We
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • approach to a new group-soul, but far rather the laying aside of the
    • great Teachers of humanity, and new ones are about to come ...”
    • that a Statesman would found a league to await the coming of a new
    • new Statesman or a great General. A certain person who is striving
  • Title: Lecture: Contents
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    • The Dawn of the New Power of the Spirit-Self in Man.
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • moment and to rise up again in a new form. Its duty is to work even
    • What the new age needs is not a return to the past through a revival
    • In accordance with the demands of the modern age, a new impulse must
    • usurped its name — a new impulse, in the form of the revelation
    • new impulse, to rescue the Theosophical Society, too, from lapsing
    • stone, he created the basis for this understanding. For the new
    • for newcomers to Spiritual Science, for only so is it possible to
    • expected to place itself in the service of this new aim. By these
    • years ago, on New Year's night, 1922-23, the Goetheanum was in flames.
    • worthy of it, in the new Goetheanum. There is a moving description of
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    • In the seventh period, ancient India will appear in a new form. We
    • first culture later recrudesces in a new form in the seventh period.
    • Ancient India will then appear in a new form. Mysterious forces are at
    • down they knew — that is my body. They were bound to this
    • experiences between death and a new birth have been far more
    • the soul experiences today between death and a new birth is something
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    • and planted into the new time. We will best understand the souls of
    • they grow into a new type of man. A colony was established in inner
    • Northern India was the first country to receive its new cultural
    • east, there had been other wanderings, and whenever new stretches of
    • is done today; they colonized in a different way. They knew that they
    • things. They knew that souls lived in things. They had preserved the
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    • The divine Word, primeval man, had sheathed itself in ever new
    • evolution of the earth. The pupil knew that nothing in the universe
    • “Formerly I knew not what the I am is. Only when the first-born
    • The Egyptian physician knew one thing — that the conditions that
    • ** Note 2: The Sanscrit word is Vach or Vac; see Maurice Bloomfield's Religion of India (New York, Putnam, 1908), pages 191 and 243. Dr. Steiner uses WHA in German, but the first letter should be pronounced like the English V, hence the WHA becomes VHA in English.
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    • time already present in the germ as the new child of the earth, borne
    • part in such a way that it became suited for something new. This new
    • annunciation that he had to learn to feel something entirely new. As
    • * Note 1: This sentiment as to the sun is eloquently expressed in English by D. H. Lawrence in his Apocalypse (New York, Viking, 1932), pp. 41-46.
    • † Note 2: Fairly complete versions of this myth may be found in Padraic Colum: Orpheus Myths of the World (New York, Macmillan, 1930) and in Lewis Spence: Mysteries of Egypt (London, Rider & Co., 1929).
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    • the moon. The moon has fourteen phases from new moon to full moon, and
    • fourteen phases from full moon to new moon. During the fourteen days
    • leading to the new moon, there is no Osiris influence. Then the sun
    • unilluminated surface to the earth as the new moon. These fourteen
    • phases from full moon to new also have their result, and for the
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    • when they sojourn in the spiritual world between death and a new
    • also sacred to the Greeks. They too knew that it was this god, Osiris,
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    • We have seen that in the phases of the new moon, when the moon is
    • fantasy. The name of Lake Hertha is a new invention. Earlier it was
    • * Note 1: Most texts are silent on this question, but the International Critical Commentary (New York, Scribner's,1895), in discussing Genesis I:27, at least shows that others have entertained the male-female hypothesis. See also the curious remarks in the speech of Aristophanes in Plato's Symposium.
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    • further, and in the conditions that prevailed between death and a new
    • He knew that the Rishis and their pupils still could see into the
    • spiritual world, but he also knew that for the normal person of the
    • who showed what lay behind the physical. But a new teaching, a wholly
    • new method, became necessary in Egypt. In ancient India man had
    • the physical world. Thus they taught new subjects. In ancient India
    • * Note 1: For a clear expression of this sentiment, see Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East (New York, Parke, Austin, & Lipscomb; 1917), Vol. 9, p. 104.
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    • death and a new birth. We need only recall that in death man enters
    • himself for a new life, the consciousness-condition of Devachan, where
    • When we thus describe what man experiences between death and a new
    • it comes that man is always entering into new conditions of existence.
    • experiences between death and a new birth also changed.
    • penetrate into the Devachanic consciousness between death and a new
    • consciousness between death and a new birth would have grown ever
    • possibility of illuminating the consciousness between death and a new
    • something different; it took on different colors. A new force was
    • to grasp how there is evolution for the period between death and a new
    • events. For the Greek neophyte the historical fact took place anew
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    • between death and a new birth, in kamaloka and Devachan, there takes
    • between death and a new birth became more pale and shadowy. The
    • again awakened the candidate, the latter was illuminated. He knew what
    • knew from direct experience what another person could learn only
    • death and a new birth. The Sphinx appeared to him as a real form; he
    • ram in accordance with what the initiates knew. The gods were
    • world evolution, they knew precisely how the individual organs of the
    • They knew which plants and which metals had to be administered to the
    • of what they knew through vision in the spiritual world. We know that
    • death, when it was between death and a new birth, Egyptian ideas were
    • connection between the old and the new, between the third and the
    • who were in the condition between death and a new birth.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as something new, but also as an image of the
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    • Christ-impulse, that gave the stimulus to a new ascent. The entry of
    • have just described. In reality the men of that time no longer knew
    • The Egyptian initiate knew this, but he also knew something further.
    • the time beyond death, for the life between death and a new birth. In
    • and a new birth has been woven into the soul, weaves within it, and
    • ancient Egypt. It is as though he stated all this in a new form when
    • Testament, but also the New. One need only be able to read the Bible
    • through that despised underground Rome. The Christians knew what
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    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • the physical body or in the life between death and a new birth. The
    • becomes visible also during the period between death and the new
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    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • the physical body or in the life between death and a new birth. The
    • becomes visible also during the period between death and the new
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    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
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    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
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    • and the non-physical existence between death and a new birth. The more
    • renewing energies, the more do we understand it.
    • could not carry the ideas of his mind into a new incarnation. We carry with
    • us our volitional and soul powers, but our ideas are given us anew in every
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    • and the non-physical existence between death and a new birth. The more
    • renewing energies, the more do we understand it.
    • could not carry the ideas of his mind into a new incarnation. We carry with
    • us our volitional and soul powers, but our ideas are given us anew in every
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • present culture. A renewing of responsibility, a deepening of man's moral
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • martyrs still knew that the old Greek sages, although they did not use the
    • necessary for the Mystery Plays. I knew that a spiritual eye was resting
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • present culture. A renewing of responsibility, a deepening of man's moral
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • martyrs still knew that the old Greek sages, although they did not use the
    • necessary for the Mystery Plays. I knew that a spiritual eye was resting
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    • become exceedingly superstitious. I once knew a very enlightened German
    • not be finished before the end of a certain month — he knew that
    • hot haste to the post office. Through my friendship with him I knew that his
    • the immediate external reality and experience a new reality. This reality
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    • become exceedingly superstitious. I once knew a very enlightened German
    • not be finished before the end of a certain month — he knew that
    • hot haste to the post office. Through my friendship with him I knew that his
    • the immediate external reality and experience a new reality. This reality
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    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • into a new cosmic existence, having passed through the gate of death.
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    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • into a new cosmic existence, having passed through the gate of death.
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    • requirements of earlier times. New discoveries have been made relating to
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
    • to put the questions in a new way. Such questions have now been instilled into
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • to new answers. His mental attitude would have to be adopted more generally,
    • and new birth.
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    • requirements of earlier times. New discoveries have been made relating to
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
    • to put the questions in a new way. Such questions have now been instilled into
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • to new answers. His mental attitude would have to be adopted more generally,
    • and new birth.
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    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • have the ability to emerge in due time with brand new habits acquired
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • soul hundreds and hundreds of times, must pass through his soul anew
    • new light. New sounds and words will become audible. This new light
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • cannot get hold of a newspaper fast enough and tell the news to
    • knew that patience and perseverance were required in practicing the
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    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • have the ability to emerge in due time with brand new habits acquired
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • soul hundreds and hundreds of times, must pass through his soul anew
    • new light. New sounds and words will become audible. This new light
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • cannot get hold of a newspaper fast enough and tell the news to
    • knew that patience and perseverance were required in practicing the
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    • growth process, as the process that constantly renews the human being
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    • growth process, as the process that constantly renews the human being
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    • new realms are unfolded around him. It was also shown that whoever
    • within him is a new begetting of cosmic creative activity.
    • ancient times. You may read in the Bible: “Adam knew his wife and she
    • given new form in the modern pictures presented throughout the world
    • wisdom with art and give new birth to genuine free religious feeling
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    • new realms are unfolded around him. It was also shown that whoever
    • within him is a new begetting of cosmic creative activity.
    • ancient times. You may read in the Bible: “Adam knew his wife and she
    • given new form in the modern pictures presented throughout the world
    • wisdom with art and give new birth to genuine free religious feeling
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    • new one survive. These forces are like the soul-spiritual forces we
    • to wane, we begin to cultivate something new on earth, that is, a
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • this ancient viewpoint, which anthroposophy must renew, the soul was
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
    • something completely new entered the evolution of humanity. In the
    • something completely new. With the Baptism in the river Jordan
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • on a new path, by seeking a connection with Christ within the
    • In recapitulation, I can say that a new understanding of Christ is a
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    • new one survive. These forces are like the soul-spiritual forces we
    • to wane, we begin to cultivate something new on earth, that is, a
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • this ancient viewpoint, which anthroposophy must renew, the soul was
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
    • something completely new entered the evolution of humanity. In the
    • something completely new. With the Baptism in the river Jordan
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • on a new path, by seeking a connection with Christ within the
    • In recapitulation, I can say that a new understanding of Christ is a
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • human body is renewed. In none of you are the substances that were in
    • you ten years ago. We are perpetually renewing the substances of our
    • difference is observable between what you knew and experienced as an
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    • human body is renewed. In none of you are the substances that were in
    • you ten years ago. We are perpetually renewing the substances of our
    • difference is observable between what you knew and experienced as an
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    • “God within”, because they knew nothing of reincarnation. If we
    • withdrawn from him. This new element led to a descent, a descent
    • evolution of mankind will be permeated and imbued with new spiritual
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    • “God within”, because they knew nothing of reincarnation. If we
    • withdrawn from him. This new element led to a descent, a descent
    • evolution of mankind will be permeated and imbued with new spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • between death and new birth when man is going through the spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form —
    • account what he experiences between death and new birth, there his
    • so between death and new birth there is a working from planet to
    • the mutual relations between men. There between death and new birth,
    • death and new birth, so too the Beings of the Hierarchies are there,
    • life, living in effect between death and new birth, which radiates
    • we are on our way from death to a new birth, we come into the sphere
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • being between death and new birth — forces derived from what is ever
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    • between death and new birth when man is going through the spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form —
    • account what he experiences between death and new birth, there his
    • so between death and new birth there is a working from planet to
    • the mutual relations between men. There between death and new birth,
    • death and new birth, so too the Beings of the Hierarchies are there,
    • life, living in effect between death and new birth, which radiates
    • we are on our way from death to a new birth, we come into the sphere
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • being between death and new birth — forces derived from what is ever
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    • it was only a vague notion, they nevertheless knew of such things. They
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    • it was only a vague notion, they nevertheless knew of such things. They
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    • If from the new standpoint of spiritual investigation we meditate upon
    • oxygen the blood undergoes renewal. The blood which is presented to
    • he draws new strength, and to which he gives all that he can no longer
    • the former, by hearing them thus applied to new and special cases. To
    • of this inner life he forms, at a higher stage, a new world of images
    • substance it can possibly obtain, viz., oxygen, which renews
    • however, he is able to build up a new form for this reflection of the
    • is the moment at which a people enters on a new phase of civilization,
    • inoculates man with new blood, and this breaking-down of the tribal
    • into a new form, so has our waking consciousness of the present day
    • new form of civilization. The thing is impossible. This is why certain
    • destroyed, and a new form of consciousness took its place.
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    • If from the new standpoint of spiritual investigation we meditate upon
    • oxygen the blood undergoes renewal. The blood which is presented to
    • he draws new strength, and to which he gives all that he can no longer
    • the former, by hearing them thus applied to new and special cases. To
    • of this inner life he forms, at a higher stage, a new world of images
    • substance it can possibly obtain, viz., oxygen, which renews
    • however, he is able to build up a new form for this reflection of the
    • is the moment at which a people enters on a new phase of civilization,
    • inoculates man with new blood, and this breaking-down of the tribal
    • into a new form, so has our waking consciousness of the present day
    • new form of civilization. The thing is impossible. This is why certain
    • destroyed, and a new form of consciousness took its place.
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    • As published in Anthroposophic News Sheet 22nd of
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    • Homer knew that a higher spirit was inspiring him. But at the present
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    • As published in Anthroposophic News Sheet 22nd of
    • Click this title to open a new window with a view of the
    • Homer knew that a higher spirit was inspiring him. But at the present
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    • new unity, is a necessary basis for the science of the spirit known as
    • acquired the faculty of letting the new picture melt into the preceding one
    • I knew yesterday that this would happen!”
    • comes to notice that he has acquired a new way of thinking and feeling.
    • logical reasons for things. A new and more comprehensive quality of
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    • new unity, is a necessary basis for the science of the spirit known as
    • acquired the faculty of letting the new picture melt into the preceding one
    • I knew yesterday that this would happen!”
    • comes to notice that he has acquired a new way of thinking and feeling.
    • logical reasons for things. A new and more comprehensive quality of
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    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • epoch. Through Spiritual Science we can enrich anew our inner feelings
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
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    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • epoch. Through Spiritual Science we can enrich anew our inner feelings
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
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    • But something new must arise! What is significant in the child will be
    • being must receive new forces.
    • the manner of life between death and new birth. We endeavor to
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    • But something new must arise! What is significant in the child will be
    • being must receive new forces.
    • the manner of life between death and new birth. We endeavor to
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    • New York City
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    • carry them over into the new age.
    • meaningful way. The Egyptians not only recorded what they knew as the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • shepherds in the fields, and in the revelation to them because of our new
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • and that these things must be given a new content. Old habits must be left
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
    • Oh, the soul will attain to altogether new feelings if it feels committed
    • to experience the new Isis legend within modern humanity. Lucifer kills
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • representatives believes, that this new legend fills the holy eve of
    • the knowledge that something altogether new must fill our souls, in order
    • into a truly new civilization.
    • into the new year in the very best way. In this spirit, accept my words
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    • carry them over into the new age.
    • meaningful way. The Egyptians not only recorded what they knew as the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • shepherds in the fields, and in the revelation to them because of our new
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • and that these things must be given a new content. Old habits must be left
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
    • Oh, the soul will attain to altogether new feelings if it feels committed
    • to experience the new Isis legend within modern humanity. Lucifer kills
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • representatives believes, that this new legend fills the holy eve of
    • the knowledge that something altogether new must fill our souls, in order
    • into a truly new civilization.
    • into the new year in the very best way. In this spirit, accept my words
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    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • he knew: and he knew it from those pictures which to modern man would
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • pictures of man too: but even while experiencing them he knew that the
    • to life after death. Everyone then knew instinctively of life before birth.
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • he knew: and he knew it from those pictures which to modern man would
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • pictures of man too: but even while experiencing them he knew that the
    • to life after death. Everyone then knew instinctively of life before birth.
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • theosophy. Instead of living on upwards with the earth to new levels of
    • new existence and will reincarnate itself on Jupiter.
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    • theosophy. Instead of living on upwards with the earth to new levels of
    • new existence and will reincarnate itself on Jupiter.
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    • spiritual science. It is necessary to develop a totally new way of thinking.
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • spiritual science. It is necessary to develop a totally new way of thinking.
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • opening-up of a new sense in our souls, a sense which enables us to gain a
    • wish to educate ourselves about social issues, and develop new social
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    • opening-up of a new sense in our souls, a sense which enables us to gain a
    • wish to educate ourselves about social issues, and develop new social
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    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • humanity, and of the need to strive for a new ordering of social life.
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    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • humanity, and of the need to strive for a new ordering of social life.
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    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
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    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
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    • indeed even to those he loved or knew intimately. These conditions can
    • new Sun-Mysteries which must be brought to the world by spiritual
    • necessity for this sun-treasure to receive new light from the West.
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    • indeed even to those he loved or knew intimately. These conditions can
    • new Sun-Mysteries which must be brought to the world by spiritual
    • necessity for this sun-treasure to receive new light from the West.
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • fields where the soul discovers this new relationship to the universe.
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • to a “new beholding.” Just as man perceives around him with
    • will bring us once again to a Threshold, a new Threshold into the
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • fields where the soul discovers this new relationship to the universe.
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • to a “new beholding.” Just as man perceives around him with
    • will bring us once again to a Threshold, a new Threshold into the
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    • in a picture, at least, a new link with pre-earthly spirituality.
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    • in a picture, at least, a new link with pre-earthly spirituality.
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    • this time of festival, with this season which yearly renews the memory
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, renews also a direct experience of it in
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • naturalistically conceived. A new, spiritual grasp of the Mystery of
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • to a new astronomy experienced within.
    • Only by thus reaching out for a new understanding of the Christ can we
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
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    • this time of festival, with this season which yearly renews the memory
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, renews also a direct experience of it in
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • naturalistically conceived. A new, spiritual grasp of the Mystery of
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • to a new astronomy experienced within.
    • Only by thus reaching out for a new understanding of the Christ can we
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
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    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • to everything that this new age has brought, in contrast to
    • way, and in the true Goethean sense, when one says: He who knew
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    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • to everything that this new age has brought, in contrast to
    • way, and in the true Goethean sense, when one says: He who knew
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    • actually beginning to croak that a new age must come, with all kinds
    • of new ideals. But it is all so much croaking. And if things have to
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    • actually beginning to croak that a new age must come, with all kinds
    • of new ideals. But it is all so much croaking. And if things have to
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    • — knew nothing of death. It may seem strange to you today, yet
    • it is so: the oldest inhabitants of the earth knew nothing of death,
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • acquainted with death. The old ages in which man knew nothing of
    • Golgotha and he who knew him before, knows that Ahriman has waited
    • purpose was thwarted because he knew nothing of the divine plan
    • predominant sway of materialism Ahriman could cherish new hopes for
    • Christian. This gave new hopes to Ahriman.
    • knew of the existence of these worlds through the manifestations that
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • who knew what was contained in the records from out of the ancient
    • noticed it. This was the last remnant of a world-conception that knew
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    • — knew nothing of death. It may seem strange to you today, yet
    • it is so: the oldest inhabitants of the earth knew nothing of death,
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • acquainted with death. The old ages in which man knew nothing of
    • Golgotha and he who knew him before, knows that Ahriman has waited
    • purpose was thwarted because he knew nothing of the divine plan
    • predominant sway of materialism Ahriman could cherish new hopes for
    • Christian. This gave new hopes to Ahriman.
    • knew of the existence of these worlds through the manifestations that
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • who knew what was contained in the records from out of the ancient
    • noticed it. This was the last remnant of a world-conception that knew
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    • about as the result of the Analysis of Infinity which we owe to Newton
    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • brought to a vanishing point and then we get a new basis — free
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    • Weekly News for English-speaking Members of the Anthroposophical Society
    • about as the result of the Analysis of Infinity which we owe to Newton
    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • brought to a vanishing point and then we get a new basis — free
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    • But little by little a new world-conception aroused the interest in
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    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
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    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
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    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • for a new Life.
    • time. The Good of an earlier age unites with the Good of a newer age.
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    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • for a new Life.
    • time. The Good of an earlier age unites with the Good of a newer age.
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    • renewal, of progress, furthered, the essential task which confronts us
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    • things had come to the point when men no longer knew what to make of
    • after all, man brings his soul with him into each new incarnation, a
    • life, if they had to have the same trust in those about whom they knew
    • nothing as in those of whom they knew something ... at that rate one
    • myself. For instance, when a respectable newspaper in Wurttemburg
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    • through organising and maintaining a new organism.
    • the period between death and new birth to call into existence this
    • For example, I knew a man who was quite full of the fact that there is
    • inwardly filled with tragedy. Be that as it may, I knew a man who
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    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • death and a new birth is so constituted that everything we do awakens
    • a new birth we can do nothing, we cannot even move, pictorially
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • death and a new birth we know that our body, down to its smallest
    • Between death and a new birth, in company with Beings of the higher
    • which permeates the Cosmos. For between death and a new birth he is
    • — if we may use a familiar phrase. Between death and a new birth
    • and then continue between death and a new birth. Those who are able to
    • between death and a new birth: we are either within the other souls,
    • death and a new birth. Similarly, the human being is also within or
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • knew what life actually is, this knowledge would give rise
    • them to life anew within the soul. There is nothing more important for
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    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • death and a new birth is so constituted that everything we do awakens
    • a new birth we can do nothing, we cannot even move, pictorially
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • death and a new birth we know that our body, down to its smallest
    • Between death and a new birth, in company with Beings of the higher
    • which permeates the Cosmos. For between death and a new birth he is
    • — if we may use a familiar phrase. Between death and a new birth
    • and then continue between death and a new birth. Those who are able to
    • between death and a new birth: we are either within the other souls,
    • death and a new birth. Similarly, the human being is also within or
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • knew what life actually is, this knowledge would give rise
    • them to life anew within the soul. There is nothing more important for
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • out of that which man received as a new gift at that time. We see how
    • knew them as divine etheric Beings.
    • itself takes care that the soul shall return again and again to new
    • and that it is they also which draw him down again to a new
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom.
    • Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
    • visions? It was the picture of the Atlantean Gods whom we once knew as
    • The priests of ancient Egypt knew this, and they said: The further we
    • again attain, when it steeps itself anew in Spiritual Wisdom.
    • to a new wisdom, a wisdom which points not only to the past,
    • spiritual worlds may be renewed.
    • new seed for all future time should be laid within the cold ground of
    • apocalyptic wisdom, the true new Spiritual Wisdom, will be found in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • an interval, then a new incarnation, and so it has gone on from
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • colour of the picture he knew that an enemy drew near, and that he
    • the Scorpion, and came as something new; it was in contradistinction
    • embodied in this myth what they knew concerning the evolution of earth
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    • ancestors of some of the European peoples knew this fact and embodied
    • for special curative forces and juices. They knew that of which we
    • knew whether this being was friendly towards him or the reverse —
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • substances, they left the earth and formed a new field for their
    • “Christus verus Luciferus,” Christ the true Lucifer, knew
    • divinely working forces. He knew that at a very early stage certain
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • he now knew whether he was approaching a warm place or a cold one.
    • spiritual soul-like way, though he knew it was the same being who
    • when the Christ brought an essentially new Impulse into evolution. We
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    • intelligence — but wasps knew how to do it long before man. A
    • Christ Principle the ancient blood brotherhood had to assume a new
    • ringing within him he feels strengthened and refreshed anew when
    • known in certain circles. Goethe, who was an Initiate, knew it; hence
    • From this we see that he knew that the secrets of the solar system are
    • Lo! the new-born
    • new plant grows from the seed it is the sun-tone it has absorbed that
    • reappear when new plants spring from the seed. For in the forms of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • Asia also who knew him, and this knowledge continued on into later
    • During the Atlantean epoch men knew that during sleep, when outside
    • Gods, the Gods were known to them, and they knew they would meet them
    • this soul has forgotten the divine beings which once it knew, we can
    • ancient wisdom and the earlier companionship with the Gods, knew how
    • would come”; they knew Him everywhere, but not as One already on
    • the earth. The Initiates in Asia and Egypt also knew Him as the
    • appear.” They knew also that the olden Mysteries could not lead
    • God. They had to attain to a new conception of God, not merely to
    • also the case in a certain sense with the Romans; they knew that spirit
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    • between death and rebirth; he thus became a part of Him and knew Him
    • beings. Man still knew the Christ, however, through the deeds and the
    • ancient Druidic Mysteries knew, for example, that an ancient Atlantean
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    • person incarnates again and again and the soul enters into new bodies
    • consciousness so as to re-appear in a newer, higher form through the
    • Initiate, one who, as we have seen, knew the Christ aforetime, could
    • into a new age with a particular karma came also into a particular
    • now lost its original meaning. What new idea is to arise in place of
    • of Osiris; it knew that Osiris was held to be the same as the high
    • the unconscious memory of it that impelled him to renew, in a form
    • post-Atlantean age. Up to the present new doubts have arisen more and
    • ideas, transformed into their materialistic counterpart in the new
    • man knew in earlier times that he could not shape his body otherwise
    • difference; even the Egyptians knew no difference between what was
    • last lecture, but it was of a different nature; this is a new descent
    • reached, that Christ has brought nothing new since Buddha; but only in
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    • Ancient Wisdom And The New Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple Sleep. Isis And
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    • ancient wisdom, but a new wisdom, one that points not only to the past
    • something new to give which hitherto had not been offered to the blind
    • The courage with which Rudolf Steiner trod new paths stirred up
    • a continual up-rising, maturing, and decay, in order that new life may
    • of new wisdom, it rejected what would have infused new life into it,
    • have given new meaning to historic events.
    • Science. This new force was the aim of the Rosicrucian schools. They
    • concerned themselves with the newly evolving forces of consciousness
    • after the new forces of human knowledge, with the tragic fate and
    • New forces of spiritual consciousness were born from it that were able
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    • refreshed and newly born from sleep. During the
    • significant way in the New Testament accounts of the
    • anyone who knew Jesus not to regognise Him after 3
    • something that belongs to all men, had to be renewed
    • renewed or ‘holy, Spirit’. Thus was created that
    • only on the pictures from the New Testament, evoke
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    • refreshed and newly born from sleep. During the
    • significant way in the New Testament accounts of the
    • anyone who knew Jesus not to regognise Him after 3
    • something that belongs to all men, had to be renewed
    • renewed or ‘holy, Spirit’. Thus was created that
    • only on the pictures from the New Testament, evoke
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    • In these lectures, Steiner adds new insights to his earlier discussions
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    • In these lectures, Steiner adds new insights to his earlier discussions
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    • In these lectures, Steiner adds new insights to his earlier discussions
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    • has been newly erected in the vicinity of the west portal
    • new. And the fact that in our circles the need to build something new
    • one really belong to the new spiritual nobility.
    • they are new ideas.
    • and a new birth, when the body for his next incarnation was being
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    • other. After 354 days, a new year begins. And after experiencing 49 or
    • whose souls had been shaped by it. Thereby they knew: The Mystery of
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    • between death and a new life. But one will never be able to develop
    • new birth as long as earthly things are regarded in the manner to
    • and the soul in the interval between death and a new birth, speak of
    • death and a new birth so that you will not misinterpret the contrast
    • between the last death and a new birth. The physical head must be
    • work between death and a new birth are really concerned with building
    • death to a new birth, what is important to the heavens is the part of
    • is transformed into the new head during the time between death and a
    • new birth. Here you have the head, there, the rest of the body. This
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    • during the time between death and a new conception. Think of it as a
    • between death and a new birth, and how the formative forces that shape
    • a new birth, or conception. If we want to consider the human being as
    • a new birth as well as the being who lives between birth and death, we
    • they are related to the laws that govern life between death and a new
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    • death and a new birth, our present body, except for the head, will
    • period between death and a new birth. And the forces that were bound
    • investigate die manner in which a new wheat plant can develop from it.
    • fact that a new wheat plant can grow from it.
    • that its original task is to allow a new wheat plant to develop. When
    • original purpose of establishing new plants. We similarly withdraw
    • bring about a new wheat plant? Our involvement with knowledge and our
    • a new birth on the other. The primary purpose of the knowledge a
    • organism into a head during the passage from death to a new birth. The
    • culture. They knew of little else beyond what lay in the direction of
    • Asia Minor and Asia. They knew little about Africa, and nothing at all
    • generation of new wheat plants! So we can say that the grains of wheat
    • Otherwise, a new wheat plant is generated from the grain, and this
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    • being is perpetually being renewed by what he takes in from the outer
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    • between death, and a new birth, and how they are mediated in a much
    • entirely new ways.
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    • materialism even though they knew more than we do of how our
    • In this way three new soul faculties arise. In character they resemble
    • faculties. The new faculties differ from thinking, feeling and willing
    • enlivening of the sense organs and this new life in the regions of the
    • re-establish a connection with reality. People try to put new life
    • discussing. It leads one to discover new connections, such as the
    • their powers of abstraction, thinking up new abstractions. More, and
    • dawn of a new age is born. The sunrise that announces the eternal
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    • — this one knew, although it was not possible to observe the
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    • ancient Greeks knew the Homeric poems from beginning to end. But they
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    • to look back on it; during the time between death and a new birth it
    • that we develop between death and a new birth. As you know, we often
    • between death and a new birth. You know that the spiritual knowledge
    • between death and a new birth.
    • the other side of the threshold. But something new must also enter in.
    • Something new occurs — and I ask you to keep this particularly in
    • us in the time between death and a new birth unless we bring with us
    • higher hierarchies, into a new relationship. During Old Moon and also
    • should never cease to look at it anew, considering it from yet other
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    • and a new birth from the forces of the spiritual world, and in part
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    • process of reproduction must take place, new parts must constantly be
    • verses, when men were not fully conscious. The people who knew these
    • history these days — we would find that people knew that speech
    • speech into our newly-arrived, fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Under the
    • this ground must be recaptured by a newly-appearing spiritual science,
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    • XII. The decline of the ancient wisdom and its renewal through the
    • influence. Death as the bringer of life. The Earth becomes a new Sun.
    • XIV. The Earth as the body of Christ and as a new centre of light. The
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    • proclaimed in new forms and new ways, for the requirements of humanity
    • alter from epoch to epoch. Our time needs, in a sense, a new
    • This anthroposophical annunciation is new only in respect of its form;
    • The Rosicrucians (not the strange new group being founded in America
    • They knew that this birth of the higher self which can look down upon
    • they knew, must stand in connection with the event of Christ Jesus.
    • That is to say: even as individual man can experience a new birth in
    • the course of his development, a new birth for the whole of humanity
    • in a renewed form and in greater measure than humanity hitherto
    • knew him in such a position, ten years ago in another. If the identity
    • He is now a new man. What precedes this event is now of less
    • Grail. It is presented to us as a new Gospel, and we are told the
    • the Gospel of St. John. But the narrators of such things knew that
    • earthly, physical world. They alone perceived him who knew where He
    • new impulse will enter mankind. As in spring the sun mounts higher in
    • the heavens to proclaim the renewal of life, so do I come to proclaim
    • the new life which is the reborn self of humanity.’
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    • capable of seeing what was really taking place, who knew that the
    • born anew, and in this life an event experienced at a comparatively
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, as the new, the Higher Self. And that other
    • John knew that he upon whom the Spirit descended was He who was to
    • From this description given by St. Luke, the Evangelist evidently knew
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    • majority of you are already acquainted, will be shown today in a new
    • light. When we take the most profound document of the New Testament
    • spoken; it was a new sphere which became separated from the old Moon
    • to establish a new existence upon the Sun — our present Sun.
    • downward tendency had been inherited from the old Moon, a new impulse
    • of the animal. Finally on the Earth a new condition was brought about,
    • when he places before us those great truths. And they who knew these
    • truths anew and to see in them a testimony that they who wrote them
    • them: ‘We recognize and know you;’ for the things which they knew we
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    • at a later stage, and by their creation of new spheres of activity for
    • to work upon the human forms; the latter received a new impulse and
    • which new bodies appear in increasing numbers. During the Moon crisis
    • utterance? For that Spirit was none other than He whom the Rishis knew
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    • had no new factor intervened, human development would have taken
    • distinct, a new speech. This could be heard precisely within the
    • Viewed from this standpoint a new light falls upon the deed of the
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    • influence would not be there today, if people knew that the Luciferic
    • passing from teacher to pupil, a new form of teaching was gradually
    • knew where the true world lay, which was their home. ‘All that
    • between death and a new birth. When the soul left the body in ancient
    • A renewal now took place for the whole of humanity through that
    • rightly baptized. Then they knew: ‘I have spirit in me; my Ego belongs
    • with the spiritual world; he also knew what that spiritual world was,
    • Sinai, the same, he knew, now permeates the Earth. ‘Jahve’ or
    • knew, rightly designated the spiritual world. Thus the disciple not
    • only knew through the baptism by John that he was one with the
    • between death and a new birth. The Baptist had now prepared a great
    • For Christ is so great that each successive epoch must find new
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    • behind all other things!’ Furthermore he knew that the spirit he found
    • ‘Ejeh asher ejeh’. All this he knew from his baptism by John.
    • to say: ‘The gods I once knew were united with the Earth before the
    • facts. Thus a new class of initiates was rendered possible by the
    • initiate in the new sense, and to proclaim the Gospel of the spiritual
    • In the advance of evolution the new must always be connected with the
    • new. It was His task, so to speak, to create a transition from the one
    • never been understood except by those who knew from their esoteric
    • knew well that the old initiations were now at an end. He knew that
    • power upon Lazarus and Lazarus arose a new man. A word in St. John's
    • the Christ-impulse. Lazarus became an initiate in the new sense of the
    • measure, a transition being thus created from the old to the new
    • deeper into the spirit of the New Testament.
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    • although of historical greatness. It does not please the new critics
    • came to greet the new born Jesus, while Luke tells of the shepherds'
    • Nazareth. What has led me to him? My old initiation!’ He knew the
    • knew. His description accorded with his own view of the subject, and
    • as he himself knew it. Matthew describes it in the manner of one who
    • particularly struck by the ‘Flight into Egypt’? One who knew such a
    • Gospel of St. Matthew because the writer knew from his own initiation
    • four sides: by each of the Evangelists from the side he knew best.
    • knew from what he had formerly learnt that the Spirit first seen by
    • Earth; he also knew that this Spirit must enter a human body. But
    • the Sun. Now he knew that He who hung upon the Cross was risen. He
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    • new. The feeling was still alive in them, expressed in the words: ‘Our
    • the bearer of His own impulse, so that this human being becomes a new
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    • Outwardly it was only a repetition of something which they knew to
    • a manner entirely new with the female forces. He has to do with her
    • her again the fresh budding forces of virginity. This was the new
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    • new departure to the whole evolution of our earth. We found that,
    • an entirely new element entered into human evolution; indeed, this
    • and to replace the old ties of blood by a new, spiritual love. What
    • clearly showed this to be true. They also knew the fate in store for
    • different and entirely new was needed to take its place. If no other
    • that ‘something passeth from me to thee’. That was a new ‘passing from
    • me to thee’. It was no longer the old process but signified a renewal
    • old with the new initiation, he could say: ‘If the union with the
    • to mankind. But if the union is achieved in the new way as shown in
    • evil would not cease of itself, if men held aloof from the new wisdom
    • divine ancient wisdom. But it came to an end. And a new wisdom is
    • needed. And this new wisdom will lead mankind whither the ancient
    • in a new light in the ‘new annunciation’ in the Gospel. The Gospel
    • the ancient wisdom. But the Gospel brings us the new wisdom, for it
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    • into him through eyes, ears, and so on, and he knew that if he were to
    • new impulse was needed in humanity. An ancient wisdom had been
    • ‘The day must come,’ so said the initiates who knew the signs of the
    • danger into which he could not but fall, were no new impulse to come
    • to be increased. But he had no such store, no source for the renewal
    • nothing new with it upon leaving the physical body, then the mission
    • would still detach itself in the future, but now, endowed with new
    • treasure of ancient wisdom might be replenished and new life be
    • human science was concerned. Then we see the rise of a new human
    • us from the Gospel like a flood of mighty new revelations, and we can
    • are today so deadened that they are unable to convey new life to the
    • perfect a vehicle that it could impart new life even to the physical
    • with new life in the fullest sense, in that instant the etheric body
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    • that whatever he felt and knew concerning death, all that he had been
    • preceding the event of Golgotha, and how it then shone forth in new
    • aggregation of physical matter, but through the creation of a new
    • therein. Through the suffusion of the earth with the rays of a new
    • the etheric body could begin to absorb new vitality such as it will
    • themselves that radiant force, that new illuminative force which has
    • Since that time it has become possible for something new to show
    • Golgotha and the blood ran from the wounds of Christ Jesus, a new
    • physical body or out of it, between birth and death. Thus do new
    • the dying Christ, we stand in the presence of the birth of a new Sun.
    • its falseness; for death now becomes the seed of a new Sun in the
    • us feel that the Death on the Cross is the seed from which a new Sun
    • their birth. They knew that they had been born out of divine,
    • beheld this birth; they beheld the death too, and knew that something
    • will contribute to the growth of a new sun and a new planetary system,
    • Did the disciples know whither He was going? Yes, henceforth they knew
    • The disciples now knew that the true form of death is in reality
    • concealed the fount of the sublimest life. The new Sun of Life would
    • understand and practise these truths, he will acquire new wisdom and
    • ascend by a new way into the spiritual worlds.’ But this will take
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    • begin to wither, in order that a new plant form should emerge from the
    • access to new sources of strength, in the intervals between death and
    • a new birth, so that he should not forget his divine origin.
    • starting-point of a new life, and, as we saw yesterday, of a new Sun.
    • out, and so on. For we have here the beginning of a new Sun evolution.
    • Christ-impulse has come; a new light now shines and a new cosmic Sun
    • era begins with a new figure ‘I’, something took place which was of
    • Yes, a new centre was then created when that Death was consummated on
    • created therein a new centre of light. He penetrates the Earth, sends
    • Jahve, or Jehovah; he knew that this was drawing near the Earth; had
    • From his Hebrew initiation Paul knew that if the Christ-Spirit had
    • Christ had died on the Cross! For He, of whom Paul knew that He should
    • The meaning of the death on Golgotha was now clear to him. He knew
    • Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus.
    • guidance, to regard his physical existence in a totally new light,
    • process of becoming a new Sun!’ In these fourth, fifth, and sixth
    • physical body. Therefore the writer of the Gospel of St. John knew
    • newborn spiritual light, to recover by degrees all that had once been
    • Luke; how the truths revealed by Buddha came to light again, in a new
    • able to extract new profound truths from the Gospels. And were we to
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    • previously he knew nothing, a world which is not intrinsically one of
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    • twentieth century, the so-called Dark Age came to an end, and a new
    • seeks to bring about among men a new attitude of soul. The death of
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    • seeks to bring about among men a new attitude of soul. The death of
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    • knew more about the connection between the soul and spirit on the one
    • Science must renew the capacity to take hold of and comprehend the
    • — to get hold of the reality again. The only effect of renewing
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    • Science must renew the capacity to take hold of and comprehend the
    • — to get hold of the reality again. The only effect of renewing
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
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    • imbued with a new vigour when the rays of the Sun begin to shine down
    • without intermission to renew and upbuild the being of man, is due not
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • without intermission to renew and upbuild the being of man, is due not
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • death and a new birth, when he is altogether interwoven within the
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
    • I spoke to you here, I told you how man between death and a new birth
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • other condition which was ours between death and a new birth, wherein
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • death and a new birth. There the Light is something altogether
    • sense-organs lights up between death and a new birth, and becomes your
    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
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    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • death and a new birth, when he is altogether interwoven within the
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
    • I spoke to you here, I told you how man between death and a new birth
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • other condition which was ours between death and a new birth, wherein
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • death and a new birth. There the Light is something altogether
    • sense-organs lights up between death and a new birth, and becomes your
    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
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    • the less important New Year's Festival and the extremely important Feast of
    • knew: In future times the mineral world will be spiritualized; to build
    • means nothing else than to spiritualize the mineral world. He knew that the
    • been both good and beautiful. A man who attained one Degree knew how he
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • with the facts. If, therefore, it were possible to inculcate a new content
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
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    • the less important New Year's Festival and the extremely important Feast of
    • knew: In future times the mineral world will be spiritualized; to build
    • means nothing else than to spiritualize the mineral world. He knew that the
    • been both good and beautiful. A man who attained one Degree knew how he
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • with the facts. If, therefore, it were possible to inculcate a new content
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
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    • on a new stage through modern initiation. Its permeation with the
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    • science; on the other hand, my dear friends, new cares spring up
    • not persist, through the very fact that these things are there. New
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    • whether we have to do with new moon, full moon, the first or last
    • life between death and a new birth. If we look into pre-earthly life
    • life between death and a new birth we feel ourselves as spirit-soul
    • time between death and a new birth. Later on — in a manner still
    • existence. In this state halfway between death and a new birth he is
    • During the climax, I might say, of life between death and a new birth,
    • Midway between death and a new birth, the human being works at the
    • Beings, in the divine-spiritual Hierarchies; we knew ourselves to be
    • the Being which man knew there beyond as the Sublime Solar Being, and
    • enormously long stretches of time between death and a new birth the
    • and a new birth, up to a very late stage, before we are born upon the
    • then only is this decision made. And the time of new moon is the time
    • radiated by the moon when it is known as new moon for the earth. The
    • may happen that he exposes himself to a decisive new moon in order to
    • for some time — if he is descending through the new moon as a man, he
    • he has made use to this end of the forces of the new moon; but, during
    • the time of the new moon”, and continues living in the cosmos, so that
    • the full moon as a woman and is later exposed to a new moon, the
    • and a new birth.
    • not arbitrarily that he passes through new moon or full moon and
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    • soul of the woman continued to enjoy new experiences in the
    • she knew, “This being is not to be found yonder on the
    • those impressions into flame in a new manner by means of a
    • connection. They will have to give a new form to the sense of
    • something that will enrich the earth, which is new to the
    • The soul of the woman now knew that if the occult
    • premonitions. That which her new spiritual powers sang to her
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    • soul of the woman continued to enjoy new experiences in the
    • she knew, “This being is not to be found yonder on the
    • those impressions into flame in a new manner by means of a
    • connection. They will have to give a new form to the sense of
    • something that will enrich the earth, which is new to the
    • The soul of the woman now knew that if the occult
    • premonitions. That which her new spiritual powers sang to her
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    • were not to appear in constantly new forms. The form is the revelation
    • new forms out of the old. The seed of the plant grows into the developed
    • form of the plant and this plant must again become seed and give a new
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • is actually present? It must be renewed, must again be imbued
    • with new germinating life!
    • Hence he has become the prophet of a new era that must supersede our
    • From this standpoint Tolstoy strives for a complete renewal of all
    • an era when form will be vibrant with new, inner life, when life will
    • of exhorting in ever new connections that it is a matter of
    • complex existence which all the time is trying to learn something new.
    • that no renewal of moral end ethical culture can ever arise from any
    • metamorphosis of the form-culture of the West, but that this renewal
    • preliminary factors for a new culture of life. Just as in the
    • form of life is capable of complete self-renewal, as little can an old
    • culture produce a new form of life. It is from the child with its
    • fresh forces of growth that the new form of life springs —
    • forms and the perpetually new, germinal up-welling of life,
    • starting-point of a new world-era. Our reason, our intelligence, have
    • evolution of humanity the Impulse of a new life.
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    • were not to appear in constantly new forms. The form is the revelation
    • new forms out of the old. The seed of the plant grows into the developed
    • form of the plant and this plant must again become seed and give a new
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • is actually present? It must be renewed, must again be imbued
    • with new germinating life!
    • Hence he has become the prophet of a new era that must supersede our
    • From this standpoint Tolstoy strives for a complete renewal of all
    • an era when form will be vibrant with new, inner life, when life will
    • of exhorting in ever new connections that it is a matter of
    • complex existence which all the time is trying to learn something new.
    • that no renewal of moral end ethical culture can ever arise from any
    • metamorphosis of the form-culture of the West, but that this renewal
    • preliminary factors for a new culture of life. Just as in the
    • form of life is capable of complete self-renewal, as little can an old
    • culture produce a new form of life. It is from the child with its
    • fresh forces of growth that the new form of life springs —
    • forms and the perpetually new, germinal up-welling of life,
    • starting-point of a new world-era. Our reason, our intelligence, have
    • evolution of humanity the Impulse of a new life.
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    • anew by the experiences approaching from the future. Here,
    • we look upon them with cleansed and purified eyes, these new
    • that it would be better to pray than to write newspaper
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    • anew by the experiences approaching from the future. Here,
    • we look upon them with cleansed and purified eyes, these new
    • that it would be better to pray than to write newspaper
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    • to send out colonies from which new civilizations were to arise. This
    • principle followed by the Initiates is: the mingling of what is new
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • The dispatch of a new branch constituted the second migration. We can
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • new versions and which we finally encounter in the figure of
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • in this combination, to create new colonies: the Phoenicians and the
    • That was a new development.
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • new fructification must come from the East — this was brought
    • bringing the influence of Christianity to bear upon a new race. This
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    • to send out colonies from which new civilizations were to arise. This
    • principle followed by the Initiates is: the mingling of what is new
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • The dispatch of a new branch constituted the second migration. We can
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • new versions and which we finally encounter in the figure of
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • in this combination, to create new colonies: the Phoenicians and the
    • That was a new development.
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • new fructification must come from the East — this was brought
    • bringing the influence of Christianity to bear upon a new race. This
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    • LECTURE V. Imaginative perception brings man into a new relationship
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    • Supersensible sight leads us at once to something new. We turn our
    • new and different form, because here the rhythm blue-red, blue-red,
    • Something new arises out of the Cosmic Music. The tones begin to blend
    • a new perception, which is as vivid in comparison with physical
    • power of the planetary sphere we are within an entirely new
    • Hierarchy. A new world arises before us. And now we do not merely say:
    • death and a new birth, spoken of in my Mystery Plays as the
    • through the gate of death and are living between death and a new
    • constellations. The Ancients knew how to describe the courses of
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    • and a new birth.
    • life between death and a new birth on many occasions and from many
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • between death and new birth, enter for the first time our sphere of
    • new birth it is quite different, there everything is moral and
    • happens to him between death and a new birth. The process of
    • and a new birth, is a transformation of man's moral and spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, man is possessed of a deeply mysterious
    • human beings in the middle period of the time between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth. There we spoke with one another, we
    • once were in the creative Word, when — between death and a new
    • new plastic forming of the human being, for the new breast-system and
    • the new limb-system, begin to appear. Little by little, man forms and
    • builds up anew his spiritual prototype. The utterance of his own being
    • Full and rich in content is the life between death and a new birth!
    • worlds. But the whole nature of the life between death and a new birth
    • during the life between death and a new birth.
    • This opens up quite a new aspect of our study. When we pass through
    • sojourns there between death and new birth is now the imperceptible
    • on Earth. The road between death and new birth leads from the
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    • between death and a new birth. In the present lecture I want to follow
    • between death and a new birth. We look up to the stars. What the stars
    • a new and particularly vivid experience befalls man.
    • a new birth, it is the other way round. In his Sun existence, an
    • super-earthly world in which man lives between death and a new birth,
    • a new birth man entered the Sun sphere, he felt an urgent desire to
    • Sun-existence between death and a new birth. We to-day are much more
    • become acquainted with these Mars influences between death and a new
    • this activity of theirs has a new significance. You will remember I
    • to one anew when one finds that men had this same knowledge long ago
    • which he lives between death and a new birth, man is perpetually
    • death and a new birth.
    • death and a new birth.
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    • In the lecture this afternoon the life between death and a new birth
    • which man passes between death and a new birth express themselves
    • between death and a new birth cannot be conceived in terms of space or
    • life between death and a new birth, man passes into the Sun sphere. In
    • be remembered that man's path between death and new birth is such that
    • What we need at this stage of life between death and a new birth is
    • existence between death and a new birth, our spirit-form has already
    • conceit. Yonder, between death and a new birth, the world in which we
    • between death and a new birth, he has good reason to say to himself:
    • looking upon the life of man between death and a new birth is a sense
    • in the period that lies between death and a new birth.
    • the spirit-germs for the new body are added — for the breast
    • in the new incarnation, and so now during man's passage through the
    • breast system and limb structures have to be laid anew. It must of
    • of time between death and a new birth it is given to man, as a grace
    • after death. Moreover, at each new stage in the life after death,
    • to be intensified every time we enter a new sphere of the heavens. But
    • when we are returning again and approaching a new life on Earth,
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    • world in which man verily lives his life between death and a new
    • death and a new birth. It will accordingly be well, in bringing our
    • of our inner being, receives a new quality, a new colouring when we
    • stretching between death and a new birth lives within us even during
    • being, between death and a new birth — we can at the same time do
    • out into the cosmic spaces; in this new experience it is as though you
    • during a certain period of our life between death and a new birth. We
    • death to a new birth.
    • given over, with our body, to the elements. Between death and a new
    • the Third Hierarchy between death and a new birth, and he hears them
    • and a new birth. The beauties of material Nature on Earth are so full
    • period between death and a new birth. We can, on Earth, come into a
    • not so important, because men knew instinctively the connections, for
    • and a new birth, to those Spiritual Beings whom we must needs contact
    • relation with the Beings of the Hierarchies between death and a new
    • existence between death and a new birth — the speech which tells
    • destiny of metallic substance in fire, an entirely new element will be
    • pass during the middle period of our life between death and a new
    • spiritual world beyond the Threshold. The life between death and a new
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    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • to a new birth. A man who had thus become a god would exist on
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    • to a new birth. A man who had thus become a god would exist on
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • the universe. They knew that realities could not be described by
    • as present in all things. They knew that if one wants realities, one
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • Originally they knew very well how the manifestations of the Exusiai,
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • the individual Spirits. Between death and a new birth he must behold
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • the universe. They knew that realities could not be described by
    • as present in all things. They knew that if one wants realities, one
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • Originally they knew very well how the manifestations of the Exusiai,
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • the individual Spirits. Between death and a new birth he must behold
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    • Christmas-time and on to our present New Year, man goes through a
    • but must stand renewed amidst the religious practices and activities
    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • anew what we have heard from Plutarch: that man, even as mere physical
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    • Christmas-time and on to our present New Year, man goes through a
    • but must stand renewed amidst the religious practices and activities
    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • anew what we have heard from Plutarch: that man, even as mere physical
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    • Stone Meditation of Rudolf Steiner to me when, as a new member of the
    • of Man,’ as he called it, to the members of the newly-formed
    • General Anthroposophical Society, which was to initiate a new
    • In part four, a new rhythm and impulse spiral in as
    • brought redemption, renewal and the seed of freedom and
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    • it is reality — but actually it is a picture. New experiences of
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    • karma and reincarnation, and the life between death and a new birth
    • it is reality — but actually it is a picture. New experiences of
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    • knew that a higher spiritual being was living among them as the soul
    • among the Twelve who knew: We are twelve and the Thirteenth lives
    • tells of the Twilight of the Gods. But then came the news of the great
    • else — the news that a sublime Spirit, the Christ, had lived in
    • Initiates knew that the soul who experienced this acquired a bigger
    • The soul on earth who experiences a new impulse through Initiation is
    • way suited to the new era. Thus esoteric Christianity found refuge in
    • Bacon of Verulam's New Atlantis and Rosicrucianism. This work
    • — twelve as in the ancient Trottic Mysteries. Oh! Goethe knew all
    • new hope and confidence. To modern thinking we shall more and more be
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    • knew that a higher spiritual being was living among them as the soul
    • among the Twelve who knew: We are twelve and the Thirteenth lives
    • tells of the Twilight of the Gods. But then came the news of the great
    • else — the news that a sublime Spirit, the Christ, had lived in
    • Initiates knew that the soul who experienced this acquired a bigger
    • The soul on earth who experiences a new impulse through Initiation is
    • way suited to the new era. Thus esoteric Christianity found refuge in
    • Bacon of Verulam's New Atlantis and Rosicrucianism. This work
    • — twelve as in the ancient Trottic Mysteries. Oh! Goethe knew all
    • new hope and confidence. To modern thinking we shall more and more be
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    • historical written traditions elsewhere than in the New Testament could,
    • standard authority point to the fact that it was not something new which
    • disciple was a new-born being. The present view of knowledge, as
    • a newspaper to meet the answer that here or there lie the limits and
    • Universe until he was united with it and so became a new man permeated
    • beginning of a new era (our present one).
    • records which were new versions of the old inscriptions and
    • the forces out of himself to renew his own history, and therewith also
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    • historical written traditions elsewhere than in the New Testament could,
    • standard authority point to the fact that it was not something new which
    • disciple was a new-born being. The present view of knowledge, as
    • a newspaper to meet the answer that here or there lie the limits and
    • Universe until he was united with it and so became a new man permeated
    • beginning of a new era (our present one).
    • records which were new versions of the old inscriptions and
    • the forces out of himself to renew his own history, and therewith also
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    • and experiences it would seem as if an altogether new being were
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • soul of Jesus of Nazareth as something wholly New, living as Inner
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • guidance of those who knew the experiences which it was necessary to
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • as the Gnosis also knew — worked in the body of Jesus of
    • During the 20th century something new must be added to
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    • and experiences it would seem as if an altogether new being were
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • soul of Jesus of Nazareth as something wholly New, living as Inner
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • guidance of those who knew the experiences which it was necessary to
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • as the Gnosis also knew — worked in the body of Jesus of
    • During the 20th century something new must be added to
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    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • reason. As an Initiate, Goethe knew that there is indeed a world of
    • alike of religion, science and art, they were the source of new
    • artist, Richard Wagner recognised and knew of their existence.
    • ‘Land of Mists,’ to ‘Nifelheim.’ They knew that they had left
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • the Nibelungen. The Nibelungen knew that they possessed
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
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    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • reason. As an Initiate, Goethe knew that there is indeed a world of
    • alike of religion, science and art, they were the source of new
    • artist, Richard Wagner recognised and knew of their existence.
    • ‘Land of Mists,’ to ‘Nifelheim.’ They knew that they had left
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • the Nibelungen. The Nibelungen knew that they possessed
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • knew too that by dint of spiritual training and through Initiation, a
    • Galileans; the less they knew of the Christ, the more emphasis they
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • Newer geological strata always overlay those that are older and the
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
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    • knew too that by dint of spiritual training and through Initiation, a
    • Galileans; the less they knew of the Christ, the more emphasis they
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • Newer geological strata always overlay those that are older and the
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
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    • close our accounts with the old time. For the NEW time can only be
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • turn to the new thoughts, which are now beginning to be active.
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • world between death and a new birth. Read my descriptions of the
    • the life between death and a new birth.
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    • close our accounts with the old time. For the NEW time can only be
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • turn to the new thoughts, which are now beginning to be active.
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • world between death and a new birth. Read my descriptions of the
    • the life between death and a new birth.
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    • Saturn epoch to a new epoch, it had to change, for it became
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • upon our astral body, if during the time between death and a new
    • death and a new birth and contains forces which must be active, in
    • order that we may once more enter a new incarnation. Many things are
    • needed in order that we may enter a new incarnation! Many things,
    • time between death and a new birth, as a mighty spherical form.
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • Saturn epoch to a new epoch, it had to change, for it became
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • upon our astral body, if during the time between death and a new
    • death and a new birth and contains forces which must be active, in
    • order that we may once more enter a new incarnation. Many things are
    • needed in order that we may enter a new incarnation! Many things,
    • time between death and a new birth, as a mighty spherical form.
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • and in its very essence, new.
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • absolutely and in essence new. Naturally, it will arise in a form as
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
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    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • and in its very essence, new.
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • absolutely and in essence new. Naturally, it will arise in a form as
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
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    • could be doubted because they knew better. They had always been able
    • special importance to spiritual scientists. As long as people knew
    • will arise in new form. The transformed astral body will appear as
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    • could be doubted because they knew better. They had always been able
    • special importance to spiritual scientists. As long as people knew
    • will arise in new form. The transformed astral body will appear as
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • liberation and redemption, unto a new knowledge of the Eternal within
    • human souls knew in their very depths: “It must be so indeed:
    • dream-clairvoyance of which he knew full well: “We have come
    • born.” But not only so; the souls of primæval humanity knew
    • stature. Yet at the same time they knew Him as a Being who, if we may
    • worlds — He will seek a new sphere of His existence. He will
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • Freedom. He, whom man on Earth had forgotten, appeared again in a new
    • in the new Science of Initiation. Then only shall we take hold of the
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • liberation and redemption, unto a new knowledge of the Eternal within
    • human souls knew in their very depths: “It must be so indeed:
    • dream-clairvoyance of which he knew full well: “We have come
    • born.” But not only so; the souls of primæval humanity knew
    • stature. Yet at the same time they knew Him as a Being who, if we may
    • worlds — He will seek a new sphere of His existence. He will
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • Freedom. He, whom man on Earth had forgotten, appeared again in a new
    • in the new Science of Initiation. Then only shall we take hold of the
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    •  No. 3 [New Series].
    • sage because he always knew how to evade anything that was said in
    • again in a new embodiment upon the earth?’
    • lives. But what appears is new, as the fruit of the mango-tree is
    • new.’
    • that which reappears in a new embodiment, is — it is true —
    • man, and are carried over by him into a new life and brought, in that
    • world-evolution was the turning point from the Old age to the New,
    • from the old to the new world-conception! And there is, moreover, a
    • marks the commencement of a new development which sees this life as
    • knew the sum-total of earthly achievements was permanent, was
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    •  No. 3 [New Series].
    • sage because he always knew how to evade anything that was said in
    • again in a new embodiment upon the earth?’
    • lives. But what appears is new, as the fruit of the mango-tree is
    • new.’
    • that which reappears in a new embodiment, is — it is true —
    • man, and are carried over by him into a new life and brought, in that
    • world-evolution was the turning point from the Old age to the New,
    • from the old to the new world-conception! And there is, moreover, a
    • marks the commencement of a new development which sees this life as
    • knew the sum-total of earthly achievements was permanent, was
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    • The Gods who stand above man in the various Hierarchies knew only of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • a new urge and impetus to the whole life of man on Earth.
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    • The Gods who stand above man in the various Hierarchies knew only of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • a new urge and impetus to the whole life of man on Earth.
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    • the fore during the Middle Ages and from which sprang the new
    • so in the darkness there arose a new mode of knowledge and a new
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
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    • the fore during the Middle Ages and from which sprang the new
    • so in the darkness there arose a new mode of knowledge and a new
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • know this establish a new pathology. Hic Rhodus, hic salta, now
    • through the time between death and a new birth. But he remains
    • death and a new birth, and so he becomes able to work upon the world
    • time between death and a new birth, practises this tolerance both in
    • death and a new birth, man advances more slowly in order that he may
    • reason, and not because they knew less than the astronomers of today,
    • Death and a New Birth which I gave a few years ago in Vienna. But
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
    • period between death and a new birth man must have the inner Feeling
    • once more a new piece of knowledge, the knowledge should also be
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • know this establish a new pathology. Hic Rhodus, hic salta, now
    • through the time between death and a new birth. But he remains
    • death and a new birth, and so he becomes able to work upon the world
    • time between death and a new birth, practises this tolerance both in
    • death and a new birth, man advances more slowly in order that he may
    • reason, and not because they knew less than the astronomers of today,
    • Death and a New Birth which I gave a few years ago in Vienna. But
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
    • period between death and a new birth man must have the inner Feeling
    • once more a new piece of knowledge, the knowledge should also be
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    • How can Osiris be awakened to new life? Man must work towards the
    • build on old but through a new impulse.
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    • death and also leads a life between death and a new birth. Even from
    • through the Gate of Death and in new form experiences new destinies
    • institute new things in opposition to what had proved beneficial for
    • newcomers brought about, not while the other was extending beneficent
    • that he knew that in the North men had a God, that was the same God
    • spiritual things. The Greek knew how to picture something of Osiris,
    • same time, however, the Egyptian knew: the same God who judges men
    • in another way, so that then the new race of Gods arrives. And then
    • Because the Greek knew that human evolution had progressed, that
    • it had changed. In other words, the Greek knew that there were
    • knew that the human being stood as microcosm to macrocosm in a
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    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • of the East knew as the constellation in which the new cosmic age was
    • East knew that they were to bring their offerings to the new
    • ancients knew: this imaginative way of writing existed in the age of
    • old concrete conception in the Imaginative-script to the newer
    • for what is to develop as the new. If we have knowledge of what once
    • existed, that can help us to further the necessary new conditions of
    • was a living process and all knew that the child up to nine or ten
    • knew in the soul: in me something is born which cosmic space has
    • Egyptians and the Greeks — these ancient peoples knew that the
    • man, the matured man, the air was certainly still there, but he knew
    • that as child he had seen something else in it. He knew that the air
    • was at the same time the bearer, the mother, of light. He knew that
    • the Greeks the Being of the Zeus-circle. Thus man knew that
    • Everyone in older times knew: ‘The perception of the day is
    • living consciousness could develop because man knew that he received
    • another in another star, and one knew that one's life was ruled from
    • knew therefore that only then had the true human being entered in.
    • revivified? How can Osiris come to new life? How does man approach
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    • essentials standing spiritually before mankind up to the new
    • But the new perceptions, the Typhon perceptions, those perceptions
    • side of men only when they are between death and a new birth.
    • from ancient times into newer times, which lost its meaning through
    • invisible statue was not noticed by people, for it was the new
    • Isis, the Isis of a new age.
    • was not an abstract new Isis, but an actual, real new Isis. The
    • real being, the new Isis.
    • circumstances, in special moments, had nevertheless seen this new
    • is the sleeping new Isis, a sleeping figure — visible —
    • visitor, once approached the sleeping figure of the new Isis, and
    • particular illusion: the new Isis had an offspring — and she
    • spirit-visitor, who was none other than the new Typhon, believed that
    • took possession of this new Isis. So the new Isis had an offspring,
    • but she did not know its nature, she knew nothing of the being of
    • this new offspring. And she moved it about, she dragged it far off
    • trailed the new offspring about, and since she had trailed and
    • Thus the new Isis had
    • in fourteen pieces. When the spirit-visitor, the new Typhon, had come
    • fourteen offspring of the new Isis had a countenance that
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    • acquainted with his civilization knew that what lives as ‘immortal’
    • post-Atlantean-period. We must transplant ourselves in a new way, my
    • of what men knew of the cosmos through his larynx.
    • knew as the Cosmic-word, was intimately linked with man, inasmuch as
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • life between death and a new birth — is especially serviceable
    • read about it at the time and knew of it in other ways. These
    • discovered a new principle. He was indeed really incarcerated in a
    • Two learned gentlemen assert that Goethe knew nothing of the
    • ‘he knew nothing of the Fraunhofer Lines.’ They tell
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    • the fifth decade of his life, and he always knew that the process of
    • There must come an entirely new knowledge of the being of man. For
    • only when an entirely new knowledge of man's being is reached, will
    • come quickly and make all things new.’ And he headed it with
    • to receive that which can make all things new.
    • lo, I come quickly and make all things new.’ Somewhere
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • make all things new’. He was in fact one of those men of the
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
    • that one need not draw something new from the well of
    • Christianity. It must come quickly, he thought, a general renewal of
    • again to become old. We must learn in a new way how to become old,
    • acquiring knowledge in later years. I once knew a very famous man —
    • in something new — not just by allowing it to enter him through
    • newspaper or something of that kind — then he grows old in his
    • in the soul that one experiences something new, one is being
    • present time, one can always find in it something new that grips the
    • soul, that makes the soul young again. And many new things have
    • already been found on spiritual scientific soil — even such new
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    • star-world, with the whole universe, and knew in their own way, in a
    • in this way a new earnestness, a new profundity came into life!
    • he did not know that a new revelation of the spirit was necessary, he
    • a member out of the preserved Roman element with the newly revived
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    • again between death and a new birth — that is actually the
    • it ourselves. Between death and a new birth we come to know all the
    • spiritually, the wide universe is our home between death and a new
    • forces which we have lived through between death and a new birth,
    • beings in the period between death and a new birth. That is the
    • How then does a next earth, a new planet, arise out of this earth, on
    • piece what is to form this new planetary existence. We human beings —
    • longer knew why it was so, and the teachers who dealt with these
    • themselves. Thus I have had a newspaper given me in which these two
    • dogmatism) of the representatives of a new order, is a spectacle that
    • man formerly knew brought down certain realities out of the cosmos.
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    • in so doing find a new point of contact between our daily life and
    • approach our theme from a new aspect.
    • he knew that a roll cost two. So he said to him, “You must
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    • changes and becomes something entirely new. And it is important that
    • sees a person coming towards him wearing some startling new fashion
    • And when this takes place man finds that he has an altogether new way
    • decay. And here we shall have made an important transition to a new
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    • distributes it to the muscles, bones, sinews, etc. If you look away
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    • the world builds itself up anew. Man, as it were, provides the
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    • like. Great new vistas are opened up for a knowledge of the nature of
    • and place into the world. It will assume new forms. Thus quicksilver
    • up and become new creatures. There you have, apparently, a fearful
    • they may become new plants of the same kind as the old ones? We can
    • will be buried in the earth for new plants of the same kind to arise.
    • may be able to take his place with full understanding in this new
    • itself, a strange poverty of spiritual content. New ideas, new
    • more new ideas springing up. The time of Thales marks the rise of
    • something real and actual. That will bring about a new fructification
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • period between death and a new birth with its strong inclination
    • death and a new birth.
    • through a relatively short existence between death and a new birth.
    • decisive for their life between death and a new birth. And from this
    • and a new birth; they are thus in reality old souls. They are being
    • today, this new map of Europe, is entirely created out of
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • period between death and a new birth with its strong inclination
    • death and a new birth.
    • through a relatively short existence between death and a new birth.
    • decisive for their life between death and a new birth. And from this
    • and a new birth; they are thus in reality old souls. They are being
    • today, this new map of Europe, is entirely created out of
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    • death and a new birth to be full of strong and vital experiences. The
    • life of a man between death and a new birth is weakened when no
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • the human being, at the beginning of a new earthly life, learns to
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth, to work in communion with the Archai.
    • a new earthly life and continue the work which will make him a free
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    • death and a new birth to be full of strong and vital experiences. The
    • life of a man between death and a new birth is weakened when no
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • the human being, at the beginning of a new earthly life, learns to
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth, to work in communion with the Archai.
    • a new earthly life and continue the work which will make him a free
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    • a new light is thrown upon the working and works of these men of
    • genius; the second, that through them Anthroposophy receives new
    • possible that new life may be infused into the active principles of
    • procedure of your mind, and ever with renewed wonder have observed
    • is she creating new forms; what is, never was before; what has been,
    • never will be again; everything is new, and yet ever old ...
    • regarded by those who knew him intimately as revealing his
    • inspiration. In another tale, The New Paris, he gives in a
    • dream — conjures up before his eyes in a new form the myth of
    • elements of spiritual science in the fairy tale, The New
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    • a new light is thrown upon the working and works of these men of
    • genius; the second, that through them Anthroposophy receives new
    • possible that new life may be infused into the active principles of
    • procedure of your mind, and ever with renewed wonder have observed
    • is she creating new forms; what is, never was before; what has been,
    • never will be again; everything is new, and yet ever old ...
    • regarded by those who knew him intimately as revealing his
    • inspiration. In another tale, The New Paris, he gives in a
    • dream — conjures up before his eyes in a new form the myth of
    • elements of spiritual science in the fairy tale, The New
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    • The world towards which he turned knew little, fundamentally
    • new way of viewing the world around us. Those who imagine that the
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    • The world towards which he turned knew little, fundamentally
    • new way of viewing the world around us. Those who imagine that the
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    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • consciousness with all the newness and freshness of a
    • can actually be crossed with the help of newly developed faculties.
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • present — it is only a remembrance. In this new world, a higher
    • and a new birth — leads an existence in worlds of soul and
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • thither and our life proceeds in a new setting. This is destiny; but
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • Ways to a New Style in Architecture (with 12 illustrations of
    • anthroposophical principles. This new style of architecture has no
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
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    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • consciousness with all the newness and freshness of a
    • can actually be crossed with the help of newly developed faculties.
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • present — it is only a remembrance. In this new world, a higher
    • and a new birth — leads an existence in worlds of soul and
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • thither and our life proceeds in a new setting. This is destiny; but
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • Ways to a New Style in Architecture (with 12 illustrations of
    • anthroposophical principles. This new style of architecture has no
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
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    • future; above all he said that according to the new reading of the
    • then existing, that he had discovered new stars and was, in short, an
    • were made and the news that it had taken place was hourly awaited.
    • delayed, then news of the Duke’s illness, and finally of his
    • Wallenstein knew what had been predicted; that in the corresponding
    • after which new kinds of faculties are present. If we know how to
    • self, with no feeling of his own personality, his soul knew the truth
    • Future by no means distant, a new faculty of soul will be there to
    • The dawn of this new power of
    • when he wrote down the words: “If a man knew the Past, he would
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    • future; above all he said that according to the new reading of the
    • then existing, that he had discovered new stars and was, in short, an
    • were made and the news that it had taken place was hourly awaited.
    • delayed, then news of the Duke’s illness, and finally of his
    • Wallenstein knew what had been predicted; that in the corresponding
    • after which new kinds of faculties are present. If we know how to
    • self, with no feeling of his own personality, his soul knew the truth
    • Future by no means distant, a new faculty of soul will be there to
    • The dawn of this new power of
    • when he wrote down the words: “If a man knew the Past, he would
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    • these Mysteries knew that human beings drew the spiritual Moon-Cosmos
    • into themselves in this way. The Initiates knew, too, that this took
    • peoples hardly knew at all how to tackle the dilemma of which I am now
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    • earth is dispersed in the universe, a new earth, a
    • New light can here be
    • — impulses which will build the new world out of the forms
    • impulses — they will help him to build a new earth planet out of
    • its soil? Were there not people living near the field who knew that the
    • oats somewhat marred by the fact that certain people knew that corn had
    • Should one not also take into account that the people who knew about
    • in life. If it were universally cultivated, newspapers written in the
    • such newspapers. Just as there must be morality in men's actions in the
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    • process between birth and death results in the influx of new life into
    • between death and a new birth they become head, the head of the
    • essentially new in them. Ancient forms, ancient rituals, are preserved.
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    • organism, being a new formation, affixes itself to the head. The head
    • death and a new birth; it then becomes the head-structure and attaches
    • philistines will realise with joy that Goethe knew how to add the
    • to new life. This cannot happen by the mere elaboration of ancient,
    • soul — they are able, out of the Spirit, to bring a new and
    • to death if new life did not quicken him during the night.
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    • was really the driving force. By making a new link with the Grave of
    • sought through a new revelation of the spiritual worlds. That is the
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    • Also published in the Anthroposophical News Sheet, Vol. 6 (1938) and
    • Also published in the Anthroposophical News Sheet, Vol. 6 (1938) and
    • new birth, one's soul-spiritual being can connect itself with
    • spiritual world, we once more enter a new life on earth, as already
    • is a creative process which restores, reorders and creates anew that
    • these pictures constitute an altogether new experience, and are in no
    • way put together from earlier experiences. This completely new
    • to describe it in our ordinary speech. One might say that this new
    • this new world we have, as it were, conquered is our own work, our
    • super-sensible world, forming the prototype of a new incarnation, of a
    • new body for a new life on earth.
    • the final process already contains the seed, the beginning of the new
    • intermediate period between death and a new birth, a new body is
    • built. But this soul-spiritual core of the being now forms a new body
    • and a new earthly existence in such a way as to produce the effect of
    • requirements is of course a new achievement, one might say, of the
    • intellectually, nor is it a newer form of illumination based upon
    • a person whom we can trust. But it can easily happen that the new
    • demand — believe in this or that new prophet or founder of
  • Title: Occultism and Initiation
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    • Also published in the Anthroposophical News Sheet, Vol. 6 (1938) and
    • Also published in the Anthroposophical News Sheet, Vol. 6 (1938) and
    • new birth, one's soul-spiritual being can connect itself with
    • spiritual world, we once more enter a new life on earth, as already
    • is a creative process which restores, reorders and creates anew that
    • these pictures constitute an altogether new experience, and are in no
    • way put together from earlier experiences. This completely new
    • to describe it in our ordinary speech. One might say that this new
    • this new world we have, as it were, conquered is our own work, our
    • super-sensible world, forming the prototype of a new incarnation, of a
    • new body for a new life on earth.
    • the final process already contains the seed, the beginning of the new
    • intermediate period between death and a new birth, a new body is
    • built. But this soul-spiritual core of the being now forms a new body
    • and a new earthly existence in such a way as to produce the effect of
    • requirements is of course a new achievement, one might say, of the
    • intellectually, nor is it a newer form of illumination based upon
    • a person whom we can trust. But it can easily happen that the new
    • demand — believe in this or that new prophet or founder of
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • century onwards, and then more and more quickly; new spheres of
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    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • century onwards, and then more and more quickly; new spheres of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • the past three, four, five centuries, something entirely new had
    • be present. At that time, it was not necessary to expect anything new
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • much people may talk of the fact that a new age must arise out of an
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • the past three, four, five centuries, something entirely new had
    • be present. At that time, it was not necessary to expect anything new
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • much people may talk of the fact that a new age must arise out of an
  • Title: Lecture: The Earth's Passage Through Its Former Planetary Conditions
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    • for the contents of the articles in the “Anthroposophic News
    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • before it enters into a new condition; it passes through a “pralaya”
    • Sun state of existence. The whole planet then emerges in a new form
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • a new foundation and it became permeated with on etheric body.
    • air which you would thus obtain. Occultists always knew of the
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    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • before it enters into a new condition; it passes through a “pralaya”
    • Sun state of existence. The whole planet then emerges in a new form
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • a new foundation and it became permeated with on etheric body.
    • air which you would thus obtain. Occultists always knew of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • between death and a new birth; he passes through the after-death
    • during the time between death and a new birth, also the etheric body
    • necessary that the new spirit, which is the outcome of spiritual
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • something entirely new must enter the world through spiritual
    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • between death and a new birth; he passes through the after-death
    • during the time between death and a new birth, also the etheric body
    • necessary that the new spirit, which is the outcome of spiritual
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • something entirely new must enter the world through spiritual
    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • most eminent minds of the day were unable to lead to a new knowledge.
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • in his etheric body. From this he knew: salt has the shape of a cube.
    • and deliberately, he dissolves the salts and gives them new form in
    • those ancient times man knew that within him the universe is reborn
    • state, man saw a new world — a world which is not the world
    • desire that the new faculty of insight — which was exactly the
    • tried by means of dogma to replace the new form of knowledge by mere
    • inner clairvoyance but by means of new clairvoyant faculties acquired
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    • most eminent minds of the day were unable to lead to a new knowledge.
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • in his etheric body. From this he knew: salt has the shape of a cube.
    • and deliberately, he dissolves the salts and gives them new form in
    • those ancient times man knew that within him the universe is reborn
    • state, man saw a new world — a world which is not the world
    • desire that the new faculty of insight — which was exactly the
    • tried by means of dogma to replace the new form of knowledge by mere
    • inner clairvoyance but by means of new clairvoyant faculties acquired
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    • new karma for the one who is outside it. And these are great
    • thought to-day within a single day by all the writers in newspapers
    • over the whole earth, so that newspapers may be produced. Try to
    • newspapers and without the meetings. None of these things existed.
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    • new karma for the one who is outside it. And these are great
    • thought to-day within a single day by all the writers in newspapers
    • over the whole earth, so that newspapers may be produced. Try to
    • newspapers and without the meetings. None of these things existed.
  • Title: Lecture: The Dedication of an Anthroposophical Group
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    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • this, when a newly-founded Group is to be dedicated, it is indeed
    • of the earthly elements. Moses knew that the Highest Being was
    • self. Moses, however, knew that this would come to pass.
    • knew that this Highest Being was embodied in Jesus Christ. But he
    • you will enter into a new culture.
    • good spiritual forces that they may watch over this newly-founded
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    • for the contents of the articles in the “Anthroposophic News
    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • this, when a newly-founded Group is to be dedicated, it is indeed
    • of the earthly elements. Moses knew that the Highest Being was
    • self. Moses, however, knew that this would come to pass.
    • knew that this Highest Being was embodied in Jesus Christ. But he
    • you will enter into a new culture.
    • good spiritual forces that they may watch over this newly-founded
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • for the contents of the articles in the “Anthroposophic News
    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • flashing through the clouds, or the rolling thunder! He knew nothing
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • indicating that man still knew something of the connection between
    • All those decades, that make us so much older than this little newly
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • extremely important task evolves upon spiritual science: the renewal
    • passing through now — and this will then be an entirely new
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • deeply, as pioneers, I might say, of a spiritual renewal — as
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • for the contents of the articles in the “Anthroposophic News
    • News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • flashing through the clouds, or the rolling thunder! He knew nothing
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • indicating that man still knew something of the connection between
    • All those decades, that make us so much older than this little newly
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • extremely important task evolves upon spiritual science: the renewal
    • passing through now — and this will then be an entirely new
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • deeply, as pioneers, I might say, of a spiritual renewal — as
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • experiences between death and a new birth, and these experiences are
    • some conception of what happens between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth to-day, man is related to earthly
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • newspapers in Germany about the alleged political aims, methods and
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • thoughts, one who is truly and in a new sense a ‘Master of the
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    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • experiences between death and a new birth, and these experiences are
    • some conception of what happens between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth to-day, man is related to earthly
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • newspapers in Germany about the alleged political aims, methods and
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • thoughts, one who is truly and in a new sense a ‘Master of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • which this Movement for Religious Renewal has developed.
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • renewal.
    • movement for religious renewal should be drawn not only those who can
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
    • might be such a movement for religious renewal, which of course has
    • for the Movement for Religious Renewal; I gave what I was in a
    • new community.
    • anything to do with this Movement for Religious Renewal; above all
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • Movement for Religious Renewal. And it is important that
    • Movement for Religious Renewal.
    • statement to the effect that the Movement for Religious Renewal was
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
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    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • which this Movement for Religious Renewal has developed.
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • renewal.
    • movement for religious renewal should be drawn not only those who can
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
    • might be such a movement for religious renewal, which of course has
    • for the Movement for Religious Renewal; I gave what I was in a
    • new community.
    • anything to do with this Movement for Religious Renewal; above all
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • Movement for Religious Renewal. And it is important that
    • Movement for Religious Renewal.
    • statement to the effect that the Movement for Religious Renewal was
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • between death and a new birth, so that we were able to gain many
    • death and a new birth. Between birth and death, all this is drawn
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • death. Throughout the time between death and a new birth, we have an
    • between death and a new birth.
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • substance for new experiences. Even the manner in which we grasp our
    • a new experience, for our earthly senses do not enable us to
    • actions. Between death and a new birth, we therefore pass through our
    • things. It abandons us, and a new state of-existence begins for us
    • A new experience now
    • enjoy here, DURING OUR LIFE BETWEEN DEATH AND A NEW BIRTH, WE SHARE
    • learn to know a new and higher portion of spiritual science, we
    • world, we believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As
    • we gather from this? That in the Middle Ages, people still knew this,
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • between death and a new birth, so that we were able to gain many
    • death and a new birth. Between birth and death, all this is drawn
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • death. Throughout the time between death and a new birth, we have an
    • between death and a new birth.
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • substance for new experiences. Even the manner in which we grasp our
    • a new experience, for our earthly senses do not enable us to
    • actions. Between death and a new birth, we therefore pass through our
    • things. It abandons us, and a new state of-existence begins for us
    • A new experience now
    • enjoy here, DURING OUR LIFE BETWEEN DEATH AND A NEW BIRTH, WE SHARE
    • learn to know a new and higher portion of spiritual science, we
    • world, we believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As
    • we gather from this? That in the Middle Ages, people still knew this,
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • kingdom to the human kingdom and was then born anew out of the human
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • was awakened by the Priest. He received a new name. He was an
    • world, and the world was made by It, but the world knew It not.
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • no new teaching. But that is not important. The important thing is
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    • kingdom to the human kingdom and was then born anew out of the human
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • was awakened by the Priest. He received a new name. He was an
    • world, and the world was made by It, but the world knew It not.
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • no new teaching. But that is not important. The important thing is
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    • Mystics knew that the John Gospel is a book of Life. I have
    • development. We learn to know whole ranks of new Beings who cannot
    • was bearable for such human beings. They understood Karma. They knew
    • suffering. They knew they were visitors on the Earth and this
    • 17:12 But I say unto you, That Elias is come already, and they knew him not, but have done unto him whatsoever they listed. Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer of them. \
    • end of a current age and the beginning of a new. The time will come
    • then the second chapter of Christianity will begin. The ‘New
    • Gospel’ will begin — the ‘New Gospel’ being
    • misunderstanding. A new understanding of Christianity will awaken and
    • when power will not menace, a new civilisation, when the spirit of
    • the Initiates will pour over the souls of men and bring a new age to
    • now, something new has appeared, namely, a sensitivity which reaches
    • live with this Gospel we shall find the way into a new future of
  • Title: On The Gospel of St. John
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    • Mystics knew that the John Gospel is a book of Life. I have
    • development. We learn to know whole ranks of new Beings who cannot
    • was bearable for such human beings. They understood Karma. They knew
    • suffering. They knew they were visitors on the Earth and this
    • 17:12 But I say unto you, That Elias is come already, and they knew him not, but have done unto him whatsoever they listed. Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer of them. \
    • end of a current age and the beginning of a new. The time will come
    • then the second chapter of Christianity will begin. The ‘New
    • Gospel’ will begin — the ‘New Gospel’ being
    • misunderstanding. A new understanding of Christianity will awaken and
    • when power will not menace, a new civilisation, when the spirit of
    • the Initiates will pour over the souls of men and bring a new age to
    • now, something new has appeared, namely, a sensitivity which reaches
    • live with this Gospel we shall find the way into a new future of
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    • behind but with the new world of his seeking. Since he has turned his
    • tragedy, contains the most precious seeds of the new, constructive
    • that in an evolution that has gone through three phases, newcomers to
    • fail to sense the fresh, new, burgeoning, sprouting life of the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
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    • behind but with the new world of his seeking. Since he has turned his
    • tragedy, contains the most precious seeds of the new, constructive
    • that in an evolution that has gone through three phases, newcomers to
    • fail to sense the fresh, new, burgeoning, sprouting life of the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
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    • opponents of the new Spiritual Science. Does not this new Spiritual Science
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • printers' ink in the newspapers, and this printers' ink possesses infinitely
    • book on the “Psychology of Newspaper Readers”: what he has to say
    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
    • everything. On these two principal qualities, possessed by all newspaper
    • Newspaper editors thoroughly understand the soul of their readers, they nurse
    • the beliefs of their readers with tender care. A newspaper never brings to
    • come to think what a power newspapers have in the 19th century and the large
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • opponents of the new Spiritual Science. Does not this new Spiritual Science
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • printers' ink in the newspapers, and this printers' ink possesses infinitely
    • book on the “Psychology of Newspaper Readers”: what he has to say
    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
    • everything. On these two principal qualities, possessed by all newspaper
    • Newspaper editors thoroughly understand the soul of their readers, they nurse
    • the beliefs of their readers with tender care. A newspaper never brings to
    • come to think what a power newspapers have in the 19th century and the large
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • includes the time between death and a new birth.
    • works in the large span of life between death and a new birth. What
    • man largely spends his time in Devachan working on the new form he is
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    • intended for the purpose of bringing newer members up to the level,
    • cannot be immediately understood by every newcomer. But there is
    • such a way that they are equally suitable for newcomers. We could
    • continue like a newspaper serial, where the thirty-eighth installment
    • respects, not new.
    • and newly-hatched fools, that when they have seen everything, they
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    • place, and with this division came a new impulse for the
    • of original sin. And now we come to something else: an entirely new
    • man takes. You create a new man within you consisting of this mineral
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    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
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    • created the cosmos, man has to permeate himself with a new rhythm if
    • he wants to share in the creating of a new cosmos. It is
    • and has not yet attained a new inner one. Man has outgrown nature —
    • the old order left. In new spheres man has first of all to create a
    • new order. That is why men can see facts today, like the fall in
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    • newcomers to anthroposophy to understand at first. Man passes through
    • born again. In our new life it can well be that because of hereditary
    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
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    • Devachan, pass into a new incarnation. In this new incarnation it
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    • can confirm that earth conditions changed to something completely new
    • were always taking in new things, and by so doing they really became
    • but it happens again in ever new forms. The anthroposophical movement
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    • ego received nothing new in a further incarnation, man would not be
    • acquired new impetus by the time man passes through the portal of
    • death and has to prepare for a new incarnation. The point is that man
    • acquires new factors of development and is constantly adding to his
    • the whole being of the lily of the valley slips more into the newly
    • and a new birth. Yet there is a tremendous difference between man and
    • and evolution, every new plant is an exact repetition of the last
    • have just realised that man receives new possibilities of development
    • evolving appears at a higher stage. Where does this new element
    • man receives and takes in something new? I beg you to follow very
    • of joy that is something quite new. Man experiences a number of
    • totally new things that have nothing to do with his previous
    • has entirely new experiences, independent of previous causes.
    • education; man alone can continually add something new to what is
    • adding something new. On the Moon his development had not reached the
    • point where he would have been capable of adding anything new to his
    • wheel becomes faulty, so you replace it with a new one. Now you have
    • the old carriage but a new wheel. Suppose that after a while a second
    • carriage and two new wheels. Similarly you replace the third and
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    • series of 10 lectures entitled Life between Death and a New Birth
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • the next incarnation must be drawn from the Sun sphere, for renewal
    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • Experiences during the life between death and the new birth. At a
    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • study things again and again from constantly new sides. One example
    • furthermore been possible to open up new ways for contemplating the
    • the life between death and a new birth. The same subject will,
    • Between death and the new birth a human being
    • between death and the new birth — which is, in fact, existence
    • new impressions are made upon us. It is in exceptional circumstances
    • more concerned to study from somewhat new points of view those
    • death and the new birth we are actually together with those who
    • upon a new recognition by men of those great ancestors whose souls
    • Kamaloka, we begin to have a new understanding of works of a divinely
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are confronting
    • of the life between death and the new birth, to establish conditions
    • considering and the later period between death and the new birth when
    • in the next sphere, the Venus-sphere; but new conditions then begin.
    • automatically corrected but in the life between death and the new
    • new birth; but the errors have to be corrected while we are in the
    • feelings they form the basis for a new conception of life. A monistic
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    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • the next incarnation must be drawn from the Sun sphere, for renewal
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • the new birth. Obviously, what will be said from a comparatively new
    • if we were to come into a new incarnation with the forces of the
    • new incarnation. In earthly existence — as is evident even to
    • reveals that in the life between death and the new birth we acquire
    • new birth we expand into the Universe, the Cosmos, and we have to
    • beings between death and the new birth are investigated, it will be
    • between death and the new birth of a moral or immoral disposition of
    • between death and the new birth. Something more than was necessary in
    • well in the Sun sphere between death and the new birth, it is
    • Taking the life between death and the new birth as a
    • sayings in the New Testament occurs when Christ Jesus is endeavouring
    • It is in the Sun sphere between death and the new birth
    • the new birth, we have to discover what can be called the Akashic
    • renewal of our etheric body for the next incarnation; whereas the
    • renewal of their etheric bodies. But these possibilities ceased as
    • evolution proceeded and this was necessary because new forces must
    • less possible for men during the period between death and the new
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    • has already been indicated about the life between death and the new
    • new birth the individual concerned must undergo all the suffering
    • the new birth; but such help can only be given to the dead from the
    • far rather have made a most striking impression upon you? If we knew
    • death and the new birth.
    • by the dead during their life between death and the new birth will
    • the new birth.
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    • between death and the new birth, and that during this period its
    • between death and a new birth he is connected with the forces
    • with the forces of the stars between death and the new birth. The
    • is different during the period of existence between death and the new
    • at a point. There comes a period between death and the new birth when
    • actually how things are during the life between death and the new
    • death and the new birth he is conscious of what is happening to him.
    • death and the new birth. The difference is actually only a state of
    • might ask in vain: Is there now Full Moon or New Moon? This does not
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • that between death and the new birth they would experience the
    • actual experience and the men of those times knew a great deal about
    • between death and the new birth. People would have thought it very
    • Anthroposophy! Nothing new is imposed upon souls but what they
    • through in the period between death and the new birth. These
    • the new birth, consciousness can still be kindled in a human being in
    • being when he is preparing for a new incarnation.
    • study the life between death and the new birth in even greater
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    • between death and the new birth. We have heard how during that period
    • the new birth we actually become inhabitants, in succession, of Moon,
    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • pass between death and a new birth. Like our Earth, these heavenly
    • only between death and a new birth.
    • pass between death and the new birth in order to enter in the right
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    • studies of man's life between death and the new birth. The question
    • of existence between death and the new birth. All the forces that
    • new birth he experiences that higher ‘I’ of which we can
    • between death and the new birth. It is then that his true ‘I’
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    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • new light upon many topics we have already studied from a different
    • including the existence between death and the new birth, is possible
    • always to give out openly what he, as an Initiate, knew; for in the
    • knew in the way of which he would have been capable. Nevertheless his
    • new must radiate into human souls in order that after death there
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • the life on Earth when they return to new incarnations.
    • qualities were in evidence; but then entirely new trends appeared and
    • qualities which enabled them to bring a new impulse into the
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    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • is that we die. The forces that are renewed during the night are
    • time to which I have just referred, between death and the new birth,
    • the new birth when we feel as if the whole universe were within us
    • To understand this we must be clear that the new human
    • and the new birth. It is the spiritual embryo, the spiritual seed of
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are looking down
    • the seer, the most significant moment between death and the new birth
    • by the seer when, as he follows a soul between death and the new
    • which bears a new life germinally within it. This is the moment of
    • assimilated is transformed into faculties for the new incarnation.
    • death and the new birth of souls who have already passed beyond the
    • existence between death and the new birth. Herein is revealed the
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    • the period of existence between death and the new birth.
    • Hierarchies with whom he has made contact between death and the new
    • necessarily choose in our life between death and the new birth, is
    • one of the other worlds. Between death and the new birth he is able,
    • upon them the forces needed for fashioning a new life, but they were
    • death and the new birth are also connected in a certain way as causes
    • between death and the new birth. We need not despair about them for
    • they will be born in a new earthly life and by that time there will
    • Earth are the decisive factor for the life between death and the new
    • the new birth, and the aim has been to show that if Anthroposophy
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    • the soul acquires the forces by means of which it can build up a new
    • the soul then passes on to new conditions.
    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • death and the new birth: first it experiences inwardly the fruits of
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
    • The external progress of mankind originates in the new
    • various culture-epochs progress and new impulses take effect. But as
    • holds good, although light is shed upon it from the new points of
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    • approached the human soul in a quite new way. But if then, after
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    • the coming of a new world-order. Hence one can say that through many,
    • be brought to light and renewed by the resources of spiritual
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    • clothe with a new covering, an Earth-vesture, the part of man that
    • Paul knew well that this consciousness of a connection
    • in a new way by men; they had to be enabled to free this spirit, in a
    • stirred by the way in which the tree allows a new sprout to be
    • taken abstractly, but as words that rise new-minted from the
    • elemental depths of his soul: Romans XI. 13–24. (From the New
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    • her bridegroom in her lap and weeping over him. But I knew that
    • to serve this God. But he knew nothing of what this God was, and when
    • far as he could, with the Mystery of Golgotha, of which Parsifal knew
    • revived astrology, sees the thing called the Grail. Then I knew that
    • Kyot is not to be given up; I knew that he discloses an important
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    • renewed; it sinks into the Grail like a rejuvenating nourishment —
    • your attention is also a fact from the new times that the fifth
    • the spirit of this new epoch — so much so that what he
    • a time is coming when the old Astrology will live again in a new
    • materialist wants us to believe, but also with a soul. He knew this
    • new epoch, writing in this way:
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • wrote a man out of the most devout mood of soul; a man who knew that
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • the new influence — to recognise something of the spiritual
    • influences flowing from unconscious sources to meet the new age. He
    • Mysteries in the new way — with the powers of the innocent soul
    • Thus we see how the new age declares itself; how the
    • soul of Parsifal is related to the new, subconscious, historical
    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
    • Moon-Mother now touched by Christ, the new Eve, the bearer of the
    • stellar script which has to be made new; let us see how all that is
    • then newly in the Virgin Mother; of the Jahve-god who became Ruler of
    • into the Earth's aura and became the new Lord of the Earth; by
    • script again in a new form.
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    • newly-won faculties, the moment this central core rises to
    • knew it through his own experience, his life in the outer world, by his
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    • newly-won faculties, the moment this central core rises to
    • knew it through his own experience, his life in the outer world, by his
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    • yourselves with the new edition of my book,
    • Now during earthly evolution they enter again not into what is new
    • philosophy. Then comes the period from Scotus Erigena up to the new
    • Yet is new world by ranks of mine created.
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    • yourselves with the new edition of my book,
    • Now during earthly evolution they enter again not into what is new
    • philosophy. Then comes the period from Scotus Erigena up to the new
    • Yet is new world by ranks of mine created.
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    • during the previous day, would have to admit, if he knew the truth,
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
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    • during the previous day, would have to admit, if he knew the truth,
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
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    • than our modern scientific thought, and this new manner of thinking
    • normal figure for the respiration, 18 breaths a minute. We thus renew
    • published in Vol. 7, 1939, of the News Sheet.) In this connection I shall
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    • normal figure for the respiration, 18 breaths a minute. We thus renew
    • published in Vol. 7, 1939, of the News Sheet.) In this connection I shall
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    • to ever new achievements in the realm of knowing and in the realm of
    • knowledge that wishes to penetrate humanity's evolution in a new way,
    • it wishes to arise in the way some new kind of religious faith is
    • to be called scientific, is something new in the progress of
    • knowledge in human evolution. It is not new, however, in every
    • itself is renewed, and we do not thereby get the crippled, dead
    • that people will be able to read a newspaper by its light alone,
    • natural science is unable to observe what arises anew out of the
    • knowledge is what lives between death and a new birth. It is what
    • new birth.
    • death and a new birth. Something is active there that we have
    • more significance for the life between death and a new birth than for
    • perceptions. Spiritual investigation, which is something new even for
    • out of the dim depths of the spirit in a new way.
    • and lives between death and a new birth, which again spin themselves
    • ordinary consciousness, acquires a new relationship to destiny.
    • spiritual world between death and a new birth is founded on what
    • others that show how well Goethe knew that when the human being
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    • the spiritual world between death and a new birth. Since there
    • we must acquire for the life between death and a new birth. Here on
    • They knew these things well and withheld them from humanity (again,
    • being if we knew only the skeletal system. Imagine that you were
    • apart at the turning-point of a new epoch when the way to America was
    • between death and a new birth but also, while we are here in the
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    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • riddles, and when we enter the spiritual world we shall discover new
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
    • Being and His Life Between Death and a New Birth,” Lectures
    • and a new birth. Just as our memory supplies us with an
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • death and a new birth, a whole wealth of experiences which are
    • and a new birth it is indeed so that things which may otherwise be
    • between death and a new birth.
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • Because man knew something about the spiritual world (although this
    • new birth, not only the power to mould our life during the time
    • between death and a new birth, but also
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • the Anthroposophic News Sheet, printed on the 22nd of August, 1937.
    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • riddles, and when we enter the spiritual world we shall discover new
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
    • Being and His Life Between Death and a New Birth,” Lectures
    • and a new birth. Just as our memory supplies us with an
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • death and a new birth, a whole wealth of experiences which are
    • and a new birth it is indeed so that things which may otherwise be
    • between death and a new birth.
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • Because man knew something about the spiritual world (although this
    • new birth, not only the power to mould our life during the time
    • between death and a new birth, but also
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • a new birth — depends on our co-existence with the various
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • for life as a whole. They knew that the living need the dead —
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • that they arise anew in every age. They grow from the soil in which
    • The new must be developed, as I have often said; but man cannot enter
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • a new birth — depends on our co-existence with the various
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • for life as a whole. They knew that the living need the dead —
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • that they arise anew in every age. They grow from the soil in which
    • The new must be developed, as I have often said; but man cannot enter
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • Fully new demands meet the life of soul when it steps over the
    • you confront a new situation; you can never lose yourself in another
    • spiritual knowledge throws new light on the true nature of thinking.
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    • Fully new demands meet the life of soul when it steps over the
    • you confront a new situation; you can never lose yourself in another
    • spiritual knowledge throws new light on the true nature of thinking.
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    • I have often mentioned that a new stream of spirituality is now ready
    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
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    • new birth, so that we were able to gain many essential facts,
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • between death and a new birth, if we only look upon it spiritually.
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • life but they are in every way substance for new experiences. Even
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • of our thoughts and actions. Between death and a new birth we
    • is permeated with earthly things. It abandons us, and a new state of
    • A new experience now sets in. This casting-off of the
    • we afterwards enjoy here. During our life between death and a new
    • behind with our feelings. Whenever we learn to know a new and higher
    • believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As far as
    • knew this, they knew it to the extent of being able to paint it. In
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    • new birth, so that we were able to gain many essential facts,
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • between death and a new birth, if we only look upon it spiritually.
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • life but they are in every way substance for new experiences. Even
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • of our thoughts and actions. Between death and a new birth we
    • is permeated with earthly things. It abandons us, and a new state of
    • A new experience now sets in. This casting-off of the
    • we afterwards enjoy here. During our life between death and a new
    • behind with our feelings. Whenever we learn to know a new and higher
    • believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As far as
    • knew this, they knew it to the extent of being able to paint it. In
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    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • It is an experience, if you have some new sensation, or feeling which
    • added something to your soul which you did not possess before a new
    • concept, a new perception.
    • most wonderful thing, which can ever anew stand before man's
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • thoughts anew, as it were, and experiences his own activity. A large
    • portion of the life between death and a new birth consists in this —
    • thought-formations. We must learn to create these anew, with the dead
    • to show us that in those days people still knew something of what our
    • disappear. But it must be acquired anew by man. And the time must
    • anew. For this reason, the way must be prepared by Spiritual Science.
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • people read nothing but the newspapers, nowadays — compare
    • yourself! When you read this again, in the newspapers, you will find
    • Science is not something that we seek in the form of a new kind of
    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
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    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • It is an experience, if you have some new sensation, or feeling which
    • added something to your soul which you did not possess before a new
    • concept, a new perception.
    • most wonderful thing, which can ever anew stand before man's
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • thoughts anew, as it were, and experiences his own activity. A large
    • portion of the life between death and a new birth consists in this —
    • thought-formations. We must learn to create these anew, with the dead
    • to show us that in those days people still knew something of what our
    • disappear. But it must be acquired anew by man. And the time must
    • anew. For this reason, the way must be prepared by Spiritual Science.
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • people read nothing but the newspapers, nowadays — compare
    • yourself! When you read this again, in the newspapers, you will find
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    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
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    • these members, so that at each new incarnation the human being finds
    • an entirely new combination of them. New experiences come to him ever
    • be the case that as a newly-born child the human being — and
    • sheer impossibility for them to take in a single new idea or concept.
    • body can always absorb new ideas, because it is elastic; an etheric
    • lignifies can absorb only few new ideas and concepts, because it
    • which forms the soil still contains any forces of renewal, any
    • destruction. We do not walk upon soil that has within it new,
    • science, only of course Suess knew nothing of spiritual science. He
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    • these members, so that at each new incarnation the human being finds
    • an entirely new combination of them. New experiences come to him ever
    • be the case that as a newly-born child the human being — and
    • sheer impossibility for them to take in a single new idea or concept.
    • body can always absorb new ideas, because it is elastic; an etheric
    • lignifies can absorb only few new ideas and concepts, because it
    • which forms the soil still contains any forces of renewal, any
    • destruction. We do not walk upon soil that has within it new,
    • science, only of course Suess knew nothing of spiritual science. He
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    • how new conceptions and new world-secrets have from time to time
    • out his life between death and a new birth. Thus the Archangel goes
    • his life between death and a new birth, in order at a later
    • the hierarchic rank abandoned, sometimes to the new hierarchy taken
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    • being actually produces something new. A fourth element is thus
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    • immediate present the transition from the old vision to the new. They
    • knew that it was the beating of the ‘ I ’; he
    • knew: ‘That which thus beats I am able to perceive, and I shall
    • anew after it has gone through the three earlier states, Saturn, Sun
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    • in a very remarkable manner. Persia knew little of the Luciferic
    • of Ahriman which came from another direction; and he knew more, he
    • knew that the exposure to the Ahrimanic influence is the consequence
    • North, and they only knew from memory that the spiritual world had
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    • epoch. Every time new beings were born in the soft, plastic,
    • new capacities begin to develop in man. These will at first appear in
    • experience a renewal of that which St. Paul saw in etheric
    • Christ’. There will be a new manifestation of Christ, a
    • human body, show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way, as it
    • news of Him there, and to testify to His power on that plane. But
    • is to be the new Christ-revelation.
    • fantasy, everything that the first pioneers of the new
    • have to look up into the etheric world for a new manifestation of
    • can again be understood. Now if a people experiences the new age with
    • new human capacities, on the very ground on which bloomed the
    • When this human soul gazes out into the new world, with
    • the new clairvoyance which begins with etheric clairvoyance, it will
    • the human soul will have gone through a new development. All the
    • mankind in a newer etheric vision, which in reality refers to the
    • clairvoyance, — instead of developing the new by means of new
    • during the Kali Yuga has been developed as a healthy force into a new
    • will make the new men capable of seeing the new manifestation of
    • times that which is to come, know that the new spiritual
    • arouse the new gradually evolving clairvoyance in the human breast,
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • earth-sphere, would combine with the moon-substance to produce that new kingdom
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • earth-sphere, would combine with the moon-substance to produce that new kingdom
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    • Christ? I am not asking whether the Jewish people knew the name of
    • in saying: “Judaism had Christ; Judaism knew Christ.” It
    • know the Lord; they knew not the divine in such a way as to connect
    • of life in the body man's consciousness were such that he knew
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    • we feel certain that from the ripening of the old seeds a new
    • through which they have to pass between death and a new birth, and it
    • the life between death and a new birth.
    • it through the life that lies between death and a new birth. It will
    • his whole being, and it will permeate his new Earth-life when he
    • endowment, our inner nature between death and a new birth, to such an
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    • The New Testament has been written; the New Testament
    • understanding of the New Testament to be reached. In the future, men
    • contribute to an understanding of the New Testament. The
    • understanding comes about gradually, but the New Testament is written
    • New Testament is not without significance, even if we cannot yet
    • which they are imparted in the New Testament, we need knowledge of
    • his bond with Christ, even if he does not form it anew. Between the
    • sense described, and the souls who knew her will never feel
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    • redistributed and newly divided among the people. It could be seen
    • new higher being is among these five — even among two or three;
    • something entirely new that comes into appearance through the
    • scientific movement is that it brings to us a new conviction of
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    • redistributed and newly divided among the people. It could be seen
    • new higher being is among these five — even among two or three;
    • something entirely new that comes into appearance through the
    • scientific movement is that it brings to us a new conviction of
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    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia
    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia,
    • THE SEARCH FOR THE NEW ISIS,
    • SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK 10977
    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia, first
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    • innermost part of the soul it must be born anew; that man must in the
    • feeling concerning Christ Jesus must be sought. We need a new
    • breadths of heaven, they knew the mystery of the widths of space and
    • to Christ We need to have again in a new form that which led on the
    • My dear friends, we need a new path. Once again the
    • new way on the course of the world.” When we look rightly on
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    • not only wrote down in their own particular writing what they knew as
    • found again and is able hereafter to continue his activity in a new
    • present, He exists, as the Christmas carol proclaims each year anew:
    • Sophia. If we wish to renew the Isis legend, we cannot take it in the
    • lost Osiris. We must set out in search of the dead body of the new
    • with the force of the Christ, with the force of the new Osiris. We
    • Christ, with the new Osiris, we must set out in search of Isis, the
    • new Isis. Lucifer does not cut Isis in pieces, as Ahriman-Typhon did
    • the new Isis which go to make the great firmament of the heavens.
    • acquired through the newly-found Isis, so that the whole heavens
    • through the newly-found power of Isis, which is now become the power
    • The Christmas Mystery must be grasped anew by modern
    • find the impulses needed for a renewal, then this community, which
    • not happen, and that many things must be given a new content, so
    • that instead of acting out of old habits, we act out of new and fresh
    • phrases of our age. But it must happen, a new content must come —
    • a content which can give us entirely new feelings that stir us
    • first Christian centuries, and who knew that the Mystery of
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    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia,
    • the period between death and a new birth, during the time through
    • between death and a new birth, out of those worlds whence came the
    • death but to the life between death and a new birth — from that
    • new forces because of Christ's approach. The pure-hearted shepherds
    • narrated in the New Testament when we try to fathom the nature
    • Isis, of the new Isis, of the divine Sophia whom man must find if the
    • thought and will can continue. What must arise is a new kind of
    • knowledge, a new kind of willing in all domains. We must familiarise
    • civilisation, new forms may arise, forms that are truly new.
    • hearts, into your souls, that you may be capable of creating new
    • forms. You can only create these new forms when you have faith that
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    • that are so superficial, that they do not want to get down to a new
    • inner knowledge on the one side and strive for a new outer
    • that of the new public that is coming to art practically unprepared.
    • a new ‘Economic Council’ was recently formed. Out of
    • “The idea of this Threefoldness is not new. It was
    • renewal also of the external, practical capacities of man, out of his
    • in man need a health-bringing renewal. What we need is a new
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    • divine power and wisdom in the newly discovered starry worlds,
    • in the spirit-worlds of Anthroposophy new marvels of divine power and
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    • “Anthroposophy” is by no means a new name. When some years
    • to something new. For us it does not mean, “Knowledge of human
    • Science.” And this name is even less new than the name
    • development of humanity as a new thing-. And thus the necessity arose
    • something new entered the mental evolution of mankind, and that as a
    • result of this new element, spiritual science is to be something
    • similarly new for the investigation of spiritual worlds.
    • and fruit, a new plant again develops out of the seed; and when we have
    • plant within it, and that a new plant arises from the g-germ.
    • earth-life. And just as truly as the plant-seed develops a new plant,
    • does that which is the kernel of man's being develop a new earth-life.
    • This new human being can be seen in the present one, for it becomes
    • — are awakened. And as spiritual science is something new
    • not a new name for something old, but something really new — just
    • as present-day natural science is new as compared with the natural
    • science of the Middle Ages, its art too must be something new and
    • different from existing works of art. Gothic art came forward as new,
    • art is of value may despise the Gothic; in the same way may a new style
    • be abused, which arises out of a new way of feeling.
    • beginning of something which is arising out of a new view of the world,
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    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • feeling, with new life.
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • For example, men begin the year with the present New Year's Day, the
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • feeling, with new life.
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • For example, men begin the year with the present New Year's Day, the
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • At the Turning Point of the New Age
    • beginning of the new age. Then, if we once more turn back to the
    • to paint no more, because he knew he was surpassed by his pupil. This
    • making the greatest artistic plans, constantly making new ones. He
    • engines of war that were something quite new — engines
    • a new turning point, at the turning point leading to a time in which
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • one's consciousness in a new life, depends on the external
    • time; it had to be lost for otherwise the new age could not have
    • nothing satisfied him. There he stands, in expectation of this new
    • the end of an old world outlook, and in which the new has not yet
    • arisen. This new world outlook certainly led to the splitting up of
    • times possessing great capacities, but now in this new age, he can
    • at the dawn of a new age.
    • life, so that through it we gain a new relation to the whole of life;
    • this new relation to the world and to life, so that through Spiritual
    • in which Leonardo lived — the time which heralded a new dawn,
    • been created falls into ruin, we know that out of that ruin new life
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    • At the Turning Point of the New Age
    • beginning of the new age. Then, if we once more turn back to the
    • to paint no more, because he knew he was surpassed by his pupil. This
    • making the greatest artistic plans, constantly making new ones. He
    • engines of war that were something quite new — engines
    • a new turning point, at the turning point leading to a time in which
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • one's consciousness in a new life, depends on the external
    • time; it had to be lost for otherwise the new age could not have
    • nothing satisfied him. There he stands, in expectation of this new
    • the end of an old world outlook, and in which the new has not yet
    • arisen. This new world outlook certainly led to the splitting up of
    • times possessing great capacities, but now in this new age, he can
    • at the dawn of a new age.
    • life, so that through it we gain a new relation to the whole of life;
    • this new relation to the world and to life, so that through Spiritual
    • in which Leonardo lived — the time which heralded a new dawn,
    • been created falls into ruin, we know that out of that ruin new life
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    • How many people there are who believe that our forebears knew
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    • beginning of the 17th Century was a keen renewer of the
    • own spiritual powers, do anything new, such as stir up the fire, etc.
    • whole tribe. Here you must grasp a new concept. Such a group soul
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    • own spiritual powers, do anything new, such as stir up the fire, etc.
    • whole tribe. Here you must grasp a new concept. Such a group soul
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    • dealing with an ensouled organism, he acquires a completely new
    • can be restored through sleep, a new growth of the will cannot be
    • coming earth life, in which the man will work at his new destiny, his
    • new earth life, in an appropriate way.
    • life that we can attain to what enters into the new earth life and
    • gives the guarantee for resurrection to a new life. Unnatural death
    • the development of a new type of will for a new life, and that for
    • growing, indeed, for the new life. And this makes it possible for
    • through death and is able to build up a new life. Thus death acquires
    • sees the dawn of a new human soul life, the life which man maintains
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    • dealing with an ensouled organism, he acquires a completely new
    • can be restored through sleep, a new growth of the will cannot be
    • coming earth life, in which the man will work at his new destiny, his
    • new earth life, in an appropriate way.
    • life that we can attain to what enters into the new earth life and
    • gives the guarantee for resurrection to a new life. Unnatural death
    • the development of a new type of will for a new life, and that for
    • growing, indeed, for the new life. And this makes it possible for
    • through death and is able to build up a new life. Thus death acquires
    • sees the dawn of a new human soul life, the life which man maintains
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    • out in a new direction who have obtained the greatest results of
    • of the lifeless is by no means a new one — it is, in truth, the
    • older ones. The new ones were then adapted to the new earth
    • aside from the organic, physical substance; it can form a new bodily
    • life again after the time between death and a new birth. Only because
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    • out in a new direction who have obtained the greatest results of
    • of the lifeless is by no means a new one — it is, in truth, the
    • older ones. The new ones were then adapted to the new earth
    • aside from the organic, physical substance; it can form a new bodily
    • life again after the time between death and a new birth. Only because
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    • world and there made fruitful in the period between death and a new
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • significance lies in the new experiences which souls were unable to
    • Zeus feeling. He then knew what inner tensions this feeling could
    • change between the old and the new, and from this point of view
    • a new epoch, and what the Greeks had been able to experience within
    • these new heights of church art only by disregarding that command.
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • about his new task, the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • before us in this female figure. Thus Michelangelo, who knew so well
    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • world and there made fruitful in the period between death and a new
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • significance lies in the new experiences which souls were unable to
    • Zeus feeling. He then knew what inner tensions this feeling could
    • change between the old and the new, and from this point of view
    • a new epoch, and what the Greeks had been able to experience within
    • these new heights of church art only by disregarding that command.
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • about his new task, the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • before us in this female figure. Thus Michelangelo, who knew so well
    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • deceased. Acquiring new concepts to understand the spiritual world.
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    • are dreaming of something completely new. We can indeed have dreams
    • therefore completely new. But in each case, we will have had a
    • and a new birth. It is everywhere and we have to pass through it; we
    • present, only a few people are beginning to experience this new
    • is still relatively new; therefore, now that people's longing for the
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    • he had the strength to say what he said because he knew: The best part of
    • relationship to spiritual science is to acquire new concepts, new
    • as they exist between death and a new birth, and you know what we say
    • had to be “staged.” Such a production required new things
    • knew then in Leipzig that I could use the expression I chose and that
    • what he initially thought it was. This new quality lived in the
    • whom you knew, become the best helpers to aid spiritual science in
    • more and more people will come to see the need to develop new
    • concepts, new ideas, sentiments, and attitudes for a true
    • now that newspapers in every language are saying things about the
    • the public what it does not understand anyway. The newspapers have
    • in the newspapers. The articles and clichés are passed on from
    • again how earnestly we must try to understand the new that is to grow
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    • while from the work on our new building in Dornach.
    • anthroposophy can have for us, for our soul. People new to
    • are created anew each morning. That is unlikely, but the truly
    • between death and a new birth. I will not present this connection
    • between death and new birth.
    • ancient religious leaders knew their times, and also knew that they
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    • Acquiring new concepts to understand the spiritual world. A
    • above all, by looking at new ideas and concepts we will need if we
    • want to understand the clairvoyant sphere — new, that is, in
    • and gradually reach a new state. This step-by-step growth of the soul
    • relationship to the beings of the higher world. This new attitude and
    • behind, and a new one is acquired on ascending into a higher world.
    • everyday life; they must give us concepts that are new and different
    • already have and don't want to create new ones. When people in our
    • Dornach in a completely new style. That building is, of course,
    • gradually, and only if we do not apply old words to this new
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    • the mentality of a certain historical period. I knew exactly what
    • incarnations on earth, and between each death and new birth in the
    • Christian centuries, the friend whom we knew in her short life here
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    • many new life forces and these then begin to proliferate; the human
    • to feel that this new principle must be applied. Otherwise we deny
    • death and a new birth. Then we would return to pitiful conditions in
    • will come when we will have to live in freedom. And even if new
    • to come down and proclaim news of the spiritual world, people would
    • air. However, they always knew it was necessary to form the
    • spiritual world. We must imbue ourselves with new images that can
    • weaving in our new perception of the reality of the spiritual world.
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    • call for a newspaper that contained a small occasional poem by
    • the new apparition. The farmer made one or two feeble attempts to
    • the area, people who knew that he came from there asked him what he
    • knew about Hellenism and then look with sadness at modern culture,
    • chaos of blossoms, rot, blood, newts, golden fruits, blue eyes, harp
    • to know Venice so well that years later he still knew all the nooks
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • form remains which could pass over to other rock crystals. The new
    • anyone who appears with a new truth today, for instance, anyone who
    • the individual possesses today in the new life as tendencies,
    • reaction, and feels himself thus to be surrounded by the new life. So
    • expresses itself in each new embodiment that it calls forth a certain
    • contrast produced by the new insight, by the sympathy which arises
    • confronts us in life, each new individuality, presents a new riddle,
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    • form remains which could pass over to other rock crystals. The new
    • anyone who appears with a new truth today, for instance, anyone who
    • the individual possesses today in the new life as tendencies,
    • reaction, and feels himself thus to be surrounded by the new life. So
    • expresses itself in each new embodiment that it calls forth a certain
    • contrast produced by the new insight, by the sympathy which arises
    • confronts us in life, each new individuality, presents a new riddle,
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    • together again into a new creation, breathing into it a certain life,
    • in the New Testament and sayings and precepts in the Old Testament
    • all these things have a new setting. What is important is not the
    • give them a new shade of meaning. This shade of meaning is always
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • then you will discover why, during the period indicated, new
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • that is why we had to try to work according to an entirely new
    • a new principle of art which can be designated by saying: When
    • imperfections are bound to be. Everything new that comes into the
    • the past. These are in full flower, and the new is still in infancy —
    • renewing a truly artistic conception of the world and its connection
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    • together again into a new creation, breathing into it a certain life,
    • in the New Testament and sayings and precepts in the Old Testament
    • all these things have a new setting. What is important is not the
    • give them a new shade of meaning. This shade of meaning is always
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • then you will discover why, during the period indicated, new
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • that is why we had to try to work according to an entirely new
    • a new principle of art which can be designated by saying: When
    • imperfections are bound to be. Everything new that comes into the
    • the past. These are in full flower, and the new is still in infancy —
    • renewing a truly artistic conception of the world and its connection
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    • The Mission of the New Spiritual Revelation.
    • if newly awakened, when about 1772 the cave on the Island of Staffa
    • towering aloft: above there arches a ceiling of the same stonework,
    • They are almost overthrown ... when new life fills the band:
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    • The Mission of the New Spiritual Revelation.
    • if newly awakened, when about 1772 the cave on the Island of Staffa
    • towering aloft: above there arches a ceiling of the same stonework,
    • They are almost overthrown ... when new life fills the band:
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    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
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    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
  • Title: Lecture: On Chaos and Cosmos
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    • an actual renewal of language. The words must be given a new stamp;
    • new values must be lent to the words once more. Men must once more
    • for the New Age. Originally it consisted of seven members only. Down
    • When one uses a new word, one must have some definite occasion to do
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • was hitherto unknown, I will name with a new name: ‘Gas’.”
    • spiritual being, and he calls this Spirit by a new name: Gas. He was
    • condensed. This was clear to Helmont, too; he knew the world
    • New Year's crop springs from the ploughed land, after manure
    • the man of genius it is not so; he works out of the Chaos. New
    • impulses, new entries into evolution, new concepts arise and begin to
    • Chaos; thereby a new thing arises not connected with the laws of
    • what is working from the past. But something new must arise out of
    • the Chaos; there must be a union with something new to work in this
    • things and past things, but that entirely new seeds must spring forth
    • forebears, but that new things must come into the world as if out of
    • the human soul in new impulses; new condensations arise and take
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    • an actual renewal of language. The words must be given a new stamp;
    • new values must be lent to the words once more. Men must once more
    • for the New Age. Originally it consisted of seven members only. Down
    • When one uses a new word, one must have some definite occasion to do
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • was hitherto unknown, I will name with a new name: ‘Gas’.”
    • spiritual being, and he calls this Spirit by a new name: Gas. He was
    • condensed. This was clear to Helmont, too; he knew the world
    • New Year's crop springs from the ploughed land, after manure
    • the man of genius it is not so; he works out of the Chaos. New
    • impulses, new entries into evolution, new concepts arise and begin to
    • Chaos; thereby a new thing arises not connected with the laws of
    • what is working from the past. But something new must arise out of
    • the Chaos; there must be a union with something new to work in this
    • things and past things, but that entirely new seeds must spring forth
    • forebears, but that new things must come into the world as if out of
    • the human soul in new impulses; new condensations arise and take
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • News Sheet
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • published in “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, 15 October,
    • of this lecture containing many details was published in the News
    • November in the News Sheet.
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • new Karma, but understanding gives rise to a store of wealth in the
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • News Sheet
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • published in “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, 15 October,
    • of this lecture containing many details was published in the News
    • November in the News Sheet.
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • new Karma, but understanding gives rise to a store of wealth in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • January, 1944 “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, Dornach,
    • their egoism. Religious faiths will pass through the renewal which
    • of East and West; a religious renewal will come when human souls will
    • spiritual culture is permeated by it. We do not read any newspaper
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • advertisements in all the local newspapers making propaganda for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • News Sheet
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland.
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • January, 1944 “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, Dornach,
    • their egoism. Religious faiths will pass through the renewal which
    • of East and West; a religious renewal will come when human souls will
    • spiritual culture is permeated by it. We do not read any newspaper
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • advertisements in all the local newspapers making propaganda for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • Anthroposophic News
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum,
    • the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches
    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • through the life between death and a new birth, but the whole of
    • something we need, something new, and in the present cycle of
    • life between death and a new birth.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • Anthroposophic News
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum,
    • the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches
    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • through the life between death and a new birth, but the whole of
    • something we need, something new, and in the present cycle of
    • life between death and a new birth.
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    • 2nd Edition 1980, Steinerbooks, New York.
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    • of a new language. It would be possible to learn to read Greek and only
    • afterwards to discover that the New Testament was written in that
    • mastering a new language, and it contains as much — and as little
    • man's being unless we acquire these new concepts. People who believe
    • back what it has given. ‘But it is something new that it receives,
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • the thought disappears and must always be renewed. The stone, however,
    • it must be kindled anew by outer perception? We say the stone
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • explained in the News Sheet for Members when describing the Free
    • knew who stood nearer to the cosmos than we do today, who had a naive
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IV: Meditation and Inspiration
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    • of man is submerged whenever he sleeps and arises anew when he wakes.
    • further and further, a second man within us of whom we knew
    • to it — you become aware of something new in your whole being.
    • spatial, something new, the actual spiritual world, now approaches
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • we acquire these new concepts.
    • to a new life on earth, becomes wholly spiritual. It cannot be grasped
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • are created anew — out of nothing, as it were — every time
    • us like a new world, a world, indeed, that we do not merely feel but
    • past. Between death and a new birth this ego has undergone an evolution
    • die the world takes back what it has given. But it is something new
    • world. He now sees in a new light the two thoughts that I have put before
    • appear in a new light, for we begin to feel ourselves akin to the cosmos
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VII: Dream-life and External Reality
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    • with senses. Imagination leads man to a new world.
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    • next life on earth, germinating between death and a new birth and growing
    • further life between death and a new birth; only, it is not borne by
    • to the world of dreams, and see it in a new light. Perceiving man's
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IX: Phases of Memory and the Real Self
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    • world with all its impressions constantly renewed. with all it gives
    • new impressions to the memories of past ones! Last, but not least,
    • we may say that, after all, all learning consists in linking new
    • method depends on finding the most rational way of linking the new things
    • example — so man between death and a new birth must accustom
  • Title: Roman Catholicism: Lecture I
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    • Aristotelian idea that every time a person is born a new soul is
    • someone was chosen for an office which he knew was not regarded
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    • “What is there actually new about this Anti-Modernist Oath?”
    • There is nothing new in the adherence of a Catholic preacher or
    • clear about that. What is new is that the person concerned has to
    • well knew what it was doing. It discharged its debt of gratitude to
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    • being is born on the earth, a quite new soul unites with his physical
    • human being a new soul is created.
    • the truth? They can only do so by receiving a new spiritual science.
    • Without this renewal of spiritual science mankind will not be able to
    • not? Because a quite new consciousness was arising in humanity. This
    • get rid of, for, my dear friends, what is the effect of this new
    • and new matter and new energy arise. All these things are
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • from the Anthroposophical News Sheet, 1938.
    • something new is entering his life, something that he before saw
    • shows us that man spends each time a period between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth must appear entirely different from
    • body have been renewed, according to scientific research — then
    • with one, while entering through birth into a new existence. And if
    • previous incarnation in which they knew something about repeated
    • renewal of connection with the spiritual world.
    • more into a new incarnation, it is just as bad; they will have all
    • period of Kamaloca between death and a new birth he will not feel the
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • from the Anthroposophical News Sheet, 1938.
    • something new is entering his life, something that he before saw
    • shows us that man spends each time a period between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth must appear entirely different from
    • body have been renewed, according to scientific research — then
    • with one, while entering through birth into a new existence. And if
    • previous incarnation in which they knew something about repeated
    • renewal of connection with the spiritual world.
    • more into a new incarnation, it is just as bad; they will have all
    • period of Kamaloca between death and a new birth he will not feel the
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • spiritual world; he knew that he brought with him from the spiritual
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • spiritual world; he knew that he brought with him from the spiritual
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • to-day is comparatively new; it is a product of evolution. In earlier
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • and new birth, we begin to feel deeply connected with these worlds
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • that follow, come new compensation and balancing-out. Thus in the
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • to revise them for a new edition. The teaching of the spiritual
    • had thus the double experience; he knew what it was to produce
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • to-day is comparatively new; it is a product of evolution. In earlier
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • and new birth, we begin to feel deeply connected with these worlds
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • that follow, come new compensation and balancing-out. Thus in the
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • to revise them for a new edition. The teaching of the spiritual
    • had thus the double experience; he knew what it was to produce
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • true that two people meeting for the first time knew how to tune in
    • people had to meet under totally new conditions, with the possibility
    • Him anew. This will not come from the imposing of fixed dogmas, only
    • most fiercely renewing their attack upon liberty of thought —
    • the nerve and sinew in the stream of the spiritual scientific
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
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    • true that two people meeting for the first time knew how to tune in
    • people had to meet under totally new conditions, with the possibility
    • Him anew. This will not come from the imposing of fixed dogmas, only
    • most fiercely renewing their attack upon liberty of thought —
    • the nerve and sinew in the stream of the spiritual scientific
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
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    • acquire a new habit and during that time I shall concentrate my whole
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    • acquire a new habit and during that time I shall concentrate my whole
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • New Knowledge of Spirit. The translators are
    • The Event at Damascus and the new
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • older times, had run its course; it was finished for man. New experiences
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • for man in a new kingdom of light,
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • earth-evolution. But he also knew that, although Christ Jesus is present,
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the conviction that if he would understand Christ, he must develop a new
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
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    • New Knowledge of Spirit. The translators are
    • The Event at Damascus and the new
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • older times, had run its course; it was finished for man. New experiences
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • for man in a new kingdom of light,
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • earth-evolution. But he also knew that, although Christ Jesus is present,
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the conviction that if he would understand Christ, he must develop a new
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
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    • these lectures with a certain awe — for they enter into a new
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    • the new plant is formed?
    • he will undoubtedly do worse as a farmer, even if his new machine is
    • people knew that by certain definite practices they could make themselves
    • about them. I, in my time, knew peasants' calendars printed on
    • The new method should be regarded as a kind of extra, largely enhancing
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    • new; it is not a very old method. And it may be this is also one of
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    • a new fertility. For our needs to-day, we really have no choice to stop
    • yet, for many spheres of life. I knew a good anthroposophist friend
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    • Speaking of full Moon and new Moon, do you mean the actual day of the
    • full or new Moon, or do you include the time shortly before and after?
    • You call it new Moon from the moment when this picture appears, approximately
    • New Moon, therefore, from the time when the Moon appears as a quite
    • to carry the news as quickly as possible from one place to another.
    • able to understand the news which they receive.so rapidly. The effect
    • remarkable fact that whenever something new appears, as a rule in the
    • Then the prophets get hold of it. It is strange, where a new thing appears,
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    • to seed new crops year after year from their own rye, wheat, oats and
    • barley. Now they were finding that they had to resort to new strains
    • of seed every few years. New strains were being produced in bewildering
    • of the newly established Weleda, the pharmaceutical manufacturing enterprise.
    • and was shown some first steps in the breeding of new plant types as
    • hard school of experience. Only now does the total picture of the new
    • new experience and opens new perspectives.
    • situation. When I asked him whether the new methods should be started
    • practices gradually opens up a wholly new perspective on the world,
    • application of the new direction of thought.
    • Steiner set forth the basic new way of thinking about the relationship
    • for the new term before Rudolf Steiner for guidance in the choice of
    • to apply the fundamentals of this new outlook to the management of agricultural
    • is shown to have been a pioneer who paved the way for a new direction
    • picture. Ways were sketched whereby new strains with strong seed-forces
    • of some of the insects succeeds only in producing new, more resistant
    • Steiner's new agricultural method. He is also aware that other
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    • hydrochloric and sulphuric. Agriculture is faced with a new danger,
    • animal pests, Dr. Steiner remarked that as new cultivated plants were
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    • plants such as we do not eat — plants that simply renew
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
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    • complicated; for after all, out of its complexity, the whole new
    • organism will grow. The new organism, infinitely complex as it is,
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • it to some extent, that this is done. However, since every new
    • We must gain new
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    • in the farthest circles of the Universe. Then the new being
    • adopt false paths in the application of the new.
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    • again every seven or eight years as the substance of the body is renewed)
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    • few years later. Read the Swiss newspapers of the time when someone
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    • in a single year and culminates in seed-formation. From the seed a new
    • because a continuous stream reforms it, ever anew. I mean, for example,
    • Full Moon. When it is new Moon, the country does not enjoy the benefit
    • new Moon, what they received at the Full Moon. Indeed, we should attain
    • not at the full Moon but at the new, it will simply wait in the Earth
    • in circumscribed areas, whatever they wanted to have. They knew of these
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    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • will see, as we begin to specialise what I have given, ever new things
    • they knew how to treat things, even as we must learn to do once more,
    • these intimate relationships in Nature, we gain a new insight into the
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    • so as to get new plants. With the potato, however, we do not do so.
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    • now received a new name which he
    • reincarnation until He came again in a new Cosmic Cycle.
    • Sixteenth Centuries the new age led everything spiritual
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    • now received a new name which he
    • reincarnation until He came again in a new Cosmic Cycle.
    • Sixteenth Centuries the new age led everything spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Parsifal
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    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • Grail. And from that moment onward Richard Wagner knew in
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • capable of bringing forth new plants. And now receive what
    • they knew that where a union of common blood takes place,
    • Wagner was able to do this because he knew that what
    • he knew that we had to see there not only the death of the
    • man's understanding of Christianity. Wagner knew that
  • Title: Lecture: Parsifal
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    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • Grail. And from that moment onward Richard Wagner knew in
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • capable of bringing forth new plants. And now receive what
    • they knew that where a union of common blood takes place,
    • Wagner was able to do this because he knew that what
    • he knew that we had to see there not only the death of the
    • man's understanding of Christianity. Wagner knew that
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    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
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    • of the material as Resurrection of the Flesh. Old and New Testament.
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    • be possible from time to time. One who is a newcomer at these Monday
    • as nutritive juices for renewing the body. This is one of the substances
    • be told you of people who more or less consciously knew how to command
    • who in a certain way knew how to command aromas and their spirits. And
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York. 12
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    • required of new-comers to follow these group-lectures with the understanding
    • again just as a new plant comes out of the seed. The human seeds had
    • those who endowed man with his intellectuality. Men knew nothing at
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    • color met him, he knew that he could go towards it; thus he took his
    • greater and greater, and that this new structure, which has been gradually
    • all schematic it corresponds to the actual process, and the new structure
    • a definite angle which will hold up the water and produce a new fall.
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    • — everything then was Saturn man. Now in the newly-arisen Earth,
    • of the newly-arisen Earth, sink into the surface, and form there masses
    • Think of a new-born child
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    • of the material as Resurrection of the Flesh. Old and New Testament.
    • of the ancestors with whom he was of common blood, not because he knew
    • a new cycle enters with the old Persian civilization, how it conquers
    • culture reaches its culmination and sinks into decadence. But a new
    • citizen” was a new element in the evolutionary cycle of mankind.
    • And there will be a new cycle when men have fully grasped what comes
    • its peak and again declines and how each new cycle has the task of carrying
    • Christianity sets the New Testament words: “In the primal beginning
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    • together with the plant and animal kingdoms. In a new incarnation therefore
    • experiences something new. It is not for nothing that man is born into
    • a new incarnation; he is to experience something new. Man contributes
    • Now the people in the Mystery centres knew well that here too guiding,
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    • are different from those that one brought with one as a newcomer to
    • up anew for each incarnation. The material tool of the ego is built
    • up anew in each incarnation. Now man has an advantage over the whole
    • afresh with each new in-carnation, you have the material expression
    • new incarnation he brings with him the fruits of the previous one. We
    • know that man himself is actually a co-creator in each new incarnation
    • and he brings less into the new incarnation than he could have done,
    • therefore at a higher stage when he reappears in a new incarnation.
    • whole number of such new nature-spirits in the second half of the Jupiter
    • But the wasp knew it much
    • The group spirit is metamorphosed and its physical members merely renew
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    • had renewed a limb. So the group ego of the lions renews a limb when
    • world, the loss of these members and their renewal.
    • the group soul, to be ex-tended afresh and grow to a new individual
    • These new beings, however, are compatible with man's complete freedom
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    • sense we call fatigue. Man is refreshed and renewed in the morning because
    • to know a new class of elemental beings.
    • nearer and nearer to a new condition. In this Post-Atlantean age we
    • is incapable of finding a new style because it has as yet no inner spiritual
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    • forces of the physical body, new order enters, one might say there is
    • Now the new-born day is springing.
    • it was in Richard Wagner that the new star has first arisen which sends
    • those who bore in their souls the dawn of a new culture were gathered
    • in a new incarnation, many things already realized. which live in them
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    • between death and a new birth of the mighty Imaginations
    • intensified their sense of the need for a new
    • the spiritual world with the aim of bringing about a new
    • itself until the beginning of the new Michael Age on
    • earth in sinless form. In the new Michael age men will
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    • culture and education — all that the people knew
    • these inner conflicts, before the beginning of the new age
    • its part, between death and a new birth, in moulding what
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    • ordinary course of human evolution between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth; and out of it there work the
    • discover in the realm between death and a new birth. Such
    • between death and a new birth. Beyond the threshold of
    • out into this new kingdom: — ‘All that took
    • death and new birth, They bear it into the kingdom of
    • dazzled by the light of the new Age of Light. But as a
    • hearts and souls what must come forth anew, what was
    • when they can somehow contrive to cover up the New,
    • new edition of my books, written in the 70's, 80's and 90's
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    • spiritual point of view. When we enter on a new earthly
    • space and time between death and a new birth, and translate
    • and a new birth.
    • -who are spending their life between death and a new birth.
    • midnight hour of existence between death and a new birth,
    • were indwells between death and a new birth (albeit we must
    • are between death and a new birth. And then we become aware
    • look up with a new fulness of heart and mind to the silvery
    • what thou dost for him between death and a new
    • outcome was that in the life between death and a new birth
    • the life between death and a new birth who strove to
    • in this light, during his life between death and new birth.
    • from that pre-earthly existence into a new earthly life. We
    • an entirely new understanding of the essence of this
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    • merely knew of the name are taken away, that he is
    • life completely fails him in face of this new situation. So
    • new birth — a feeling of salvation from many doubts.
    • between death and a new birth, and in the time which I have
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    • the etheric body and the physical.” They knew that
    • in the time between death and a new birth, as in his astral
    • Christ.” Now man knew, that for as long as he would
    • and a new birth. And this gave a certain shade and
    • death and a new birth is altogether without share in what
    • between death and a new birth man looks down from that
    • between their death and the coming of a renewed revelation
    • of the Christ — a new declaration of His Being.
    • when one knew, as one spoke to men about the Spirit, that
    • having to undergo things altogether new in the very depths
    • death and a new birth: “Christ is no longer being
    • their sense of the need for a new Christ-experience that
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    • For this new spiritual revelation had to come after the
    • Kali Yuga had run its course and a new Age was to arise for
    • finding their way together in the longing for a new
    • death and a new birth.
    • teachers who still knew how the pupils in preceding
    • they arrived at a new insight. They saw that such teaching
    • preparing for a new earthly life just at that time. For
    • bring about a new Spirituality that was to flow into the
    • knew well. And to me those things were most important which
    • between death and a new birth, in such a way that when on
    • earth. They are working together now, intending a new
    • souls with whose help a new spiritual age can then be
    • decadent civilization, to make possible a renewed
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    • The New Age of Michael
    • THE NEW AGE OF MICHAEL
    • that this direction of all humanity towards a new age of
    • the new Age of Light beginning in the 20th century. For the
    • new age of Intelligence, beginning from the 8th or 9th
    • who happened to be in the life between death and a new
    • the life between death and a new birth, who had come back
    • have fulfilled their several dominions. Now a new Michael
    • Age would begin. But this new Michael Age must be different
    • in the new Michael Age something quite different would be
    • 19th century he would begin his new earthly rule. He would
    • of his new earthly rule, from the year 1879 onwards. Human
    • when the new Age of Michael began. They were an inspired
    • the life between death and a new birth, as I have indicated
    • new birth, one sees the deeds of the Seraphim, Cherubim and
    • Michael-like again. We must understand the sense of the new
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    • and a new birth, and numbers too of spiritual beings who do
    • pointed to the future, to what was to become the new life
    • new life of the Mysteries which we must now begin to
    • now in this new Age of Michael, men will have to become
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    • Society, or it is a question of the weaving of new karma
    • the writers in newspapers over the whole earth, so that
    • newspapers may be produced. Try to imagine the tremendous
    • the 13th century. They managed without the newspapers and
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    • and with their lives between death and a new birth. You
    • Nor does any newspaper fulfil its purpose if it does not
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    • new birth. Especially in the last two lectures we have been
    • knew that the higher Powers here concerned were the ones
    • between death and a new birth and show us the way to our
    • between death and a new birth? It is the Beings of the
    • and a new birth. Here it is not so that every human soul
    • it is so in the newer editions too, but in the manuscript
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    • documents known as the New Testament do not exist, that
    • the people, and captured their hearts completely. They knew
    • (Darwin knew quite a bit), knows that the Darwinist
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    • talked. Those others knew that they had previously led very
    • new state of mind or soul disposition, like people who had
    • of love, those people felt in themselves a new
    • knew now that he denied it because his consciousness had
    • sign-language to indicate that something new has occurred
    • knew something which he had not previously known: that the
    • often wandered in life. Now he knew that Jesus died on the
    • Fifth Gospel. With what is called in the New Testament the
    • again. They knew: We certainly wandered around with him
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    • the others around him knew. Not only that he could give the
    • new, difficult experience added to the Bath Kol
    • “You are the new priest sent to us.” They
    • was to come back saw that the one they took to be the new
    • encountered the figures who he knew were Lucifer and
    • Ahriman fleeing to? For he knew that the sanctity of the
    • qol). In the New Testament mention of "a voice from
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    • years of age, where he learned an occult teaching and knew
    • knew that he had only learned what humanity had accumulated
    • all new to her, but she accepted it with a warm and gentle
    • reminded him of the renewal of the great teachings and wise
    • wonderful old treasures of Judaism are renewed through me
    • prophets, then such a renewal of the prophets' wisdom
    • Jesus well knew what Hillel meant for many within Judaism,
    • respect. And he knew what profound words Hillel had spoken.
    • Hillel revived it. He renewed the original Jewish wisdom,
    • a kind of new Messiah. Meekness was his main
    • that he could anger him, but he knew not how to do it.
    • hearing the transformed Bath-Kol. And then a renewal of the
    • Nazareth knew that what he had heard as the transformed
    • moment, my dear mother, I knew that the Essenes protect
    • more she knew of all the wisdom that had lived in him since
    • pity, they said, he knew so much; he was always very quiet,
    • he already knew.
    • earth, who knew the spiritual worlds, but not the earth!
    • That Being only knew of the earth what was stored in the
    • are old. I want to found a new kingdom; I will give you
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    • in the New Testament. The thinking behind it derives from a source either
    • in Nürnberg, this new volume is quite useful just because of its
    • aspect of the year became apparent: the renewal on a wide scale of Paul's
    • articles by Hans-Werner Schroeder which appeared in the Newsletter of
    • In the New Testament it
    • 4th rev. ed (New York: Anthroposophic Press, 1977).
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    • for Christianity. What is found in the Gospels is the new good tidings,
    • epoch that experienced the birth of Christianity; and fifth, a new epoch
    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • priests observed the firmament they knew and felt that the soul was
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
    • the lamb, and the New Jerusalem will arise as the fruit of this evolution.
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    • for Christianity. What is found in the Gospels is the new good tidings,
    • epoch that experienced the birth of Christianity; and fifth, a new epoch
    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • priests observed the firmament they knew and felt that the soul was
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
    • the lamb, and the New Jerusalem will arise as the fruit of this evolution.
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    • elements; then a new world arises. In the first Christian centuries
    • Admittedly, the exegetes soon knew little more than that; but again
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    • The record of the New
    • In this way something entirely new has come into the world.
    • the most initiated knew the tradition of how to carry out an initiation.
    • a new world appeared. They were surrounded by a new world, a world of
    • fully transformed into new human beings. Everyone who returned in this
    • Apocalypse represents a new kind of initiation; it shows how the old
    • who will bring the new initiation. Siegfried is vulnerable to Hagen
    • so as to found a new world order. The new initiation is what will occur
    • comes again in a new form. The Apocalypse refers to the time when an organ
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    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
    • 2 vols. (New York: J.W. Bouton, 1877).
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    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
    • previously knew will pass over into our living feelings; it becomes
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    • regarded as something new. Other, external approaches of knowledge
    • often want to see something new. But Theosophy wants to be, and
    • had heard about all that is described in the Gospels. Paul knew exactly
    • of a Jewish initiate. He knew that the savior, the Messiah, had proclaimed
    • from the fire of Sinai. Certainly the Jewish initiate, Paul, knew of
    • Paul, as a Jewish initiate, knew all of this; nevertheless, before the
    • had lived and died in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Now he knew that
    • not Christian. They knew that in the ancient Atlantean times we come
    • physical form. For this reason Paul knew that what appeared to him before
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    • all for the post-Atlantean cultures. These new cultures required the
    • where new impulses can no longer be brought forward. When we work and
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    • death and a new birth in more detail we usually describe the life in
    • light between death and a new birth. The teaching of
    • underworld to the souls who stood between death and a new birth. Below in
    • manna and I will give him a white stone with a new name written on the
    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
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    • it would have contributed to a new ascent to the spiritual. Celsus,
    • the dawning of a new science that is, however, wholly chained to the
    • they still knew. A wonderful consciousness of ancient knowledge penetrated
    • Egyptians knew we now see appearing in a physical form. In the past
    • (For this is my blood of the newMatt. 26:28)
    • that this new science is approaching, that humanity will understand
    • in a new way what Zarathustra meant when he spoke of Ahura Mazdao.
    • Zarathustra will appear again in a new form in the sixth age. Finally,
    • the age of the holy Rishis will come again in a new form. There may
    • age must found a new culture after the war of all against all. The seventh
    • epoch. Those who have heard the call will be the founders of a new
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    • ancient Norse bards and singers still knew of them when they allowed
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    • to the new. In ancient India, a devotion as passive as possible was
    • to take in something new, something divine, and thereby to undertake
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    • death and a new birth. Here souls become more alive. What happens in
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    • that has remained coarse will be united with the moon to form a new
    • united with the sun. The newly spiritualized human body can then again
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    • can develop themselves further to a new sun state. What has been cleansed
    • New Jerusalem”
    • by the writer of the Apocalypse. A new world will arise, inhabitable
    • In a new state, in the Jupiter existence, they will find the place where,
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    • unique task for our development. In a new incarnation a human being
    • new tasks approach us, and so this post-Atlantean evolutionary age has
    • in a position to see him in a new form of existence — in his delicate
    • are preparing themselves by taking in Theosophy will take in new forms
    • (were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knewRev. 19:12)
    • the earth will be spiritualized in the New Jerusalem. There will be
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • Bel knew more than most men in the world. Through what he had experienced he
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • these powers Philippe le Bel knew what it would have meant if, into the
    • who committed them for trial knew what this torture on the rack meant. The
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • own further life between death and new birth. It is incorporated into the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • stream was of course also there from the beginning, but it was given new life
    • thought which in its newest form Ahriman-Mephistopheles has placed into
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • Bel knew more than most men in the world. Through what he had experienced he
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • these powers Philippe le Bel knew what it would have meant if, into the
    • who committed them for trial knew what this torture on the rack meant. The
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • own further life between death and new birth. It is incorporated into the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • stream was of course also there from the beginning, but it was given new life
    • thought which in its newest form Ahriman-Mephistopheles has placed into
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    • and that this mysterious organ is active to-day only when the new
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    • that, by means of this, it is renewed in the lungs and conducted back
    • lungs, there again to be renewed and take a fresh course throughout
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    • into contact with the outer air. It is there renewed by means of the
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    • order to be renewed, the carbonic acid is thrown off. We have, then,
    • organism, the organ of the blood, noting how it continually renews
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    • and at its present stage of existence, made a new beginning.
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    • death and a new birth, when the ego receives, after death, still
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    • new. The blood is thus something which shields inwardly, in the
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    • case of man we are to go beyond the plant nature, an entirely new
    • microcosm, in turn, of all earthly processes, opens again into new
    • new stages of existence, to new cosmic systems. Just as in the
    • the portal of death, advances to new incarnations, so does the throng
    • advance to new planetary stages of existence.
    • warmth, helps us to find the way to a new and higher stage leading to
    • incentive, even if only in outline, and thus to bring it to new
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    • opening words of our Bible, an entirely new world should dawn upon
    • preliminary stages, had to bring something new into existence, he
    • into existence of the earth something new became possible, it became
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    • life again from the soul of the Elohim in a new form, a modified
    • conditions, not in the same but in a new form.
    • Sun and Moon evolutions emerging in a new form.
    • But at the same time we have a new formation in the ascending mode, a
    • it was because at that time men no longer knew anything of what
    • Moon-substance, they separate off a new watery element from the earth
    • element, which now emerges as something completely new. Everything
    • another form. The first thing which is entirely new is the earth
    • This earth element, separated out from the water, this is the new arrival.
    • new form.
    • itself in a new form. The plant life is still in a state which is not
    • the Moon epoch, now in a new form, at a higher level, in the earth
    • “day” of creation that anything new could happen. For all
    • itself, which had emerged as a new element, could be populated with
    • animal life, and with whatever might develop as new formation. Hence
    • sixth “day” whose existence was bound up with the new
    • recapitulation at a higher stage in a new form of what had gone
    • have been fully conscious of what was emerging as new. Further, they
    • the recapitulation had taken a new form, that they had at their
    • conditions, because the whole bore the stamp of something new.
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    • Something new is continually arising, but the old remains actual
    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • restored, being renewed and built up again all the time. So that in
    • processes and processes of renewal — destructive processes
    • which take place during waking life, processes of renewal which take
    • the universe, and during sleep with the forces of renewal.
    • anew. Thus we saw yesterday how in the Spirit of the Elohim who
    • day, when out of the earth element, out of the new condition, there
    • to you in a new light. And this ancient document, which otherwise
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    • Strader. He knew them on the physical plane, and there formed certain
    • on the Moon. That was a completely new earth experience.
    • Let there be light, it meant that something new had happened, that
    • is simply that something new has come about.
    • nothing but the truth which they knew. They felt through and through
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    • Aristotle still knew something of it. Anyone familiar with the works
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    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • permeated by the will. But this thinking now appears in a new
    • undergoes a change. A new form arises. It is as if the glove is not
    • the new elasticity.
    • it is even necessary to acquire a completely new way of thinking.
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • being a new style of architecture.
    • was therefore an organic necessity for a new style of architecture to
    • arise in Dornach. This new style is simply the externally visible
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    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • permeated by the will. But this thinking now appears in a new
    • undergoes a change. A new form arises. It is as if the glove is not
    • the new elasticity.
    • it is even necessary to acquire a completely new way of thinking.
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • being a new style of architecture.
    • was therefore an organic necessity for a new style of architecture to
    • arise in Dornach. This new style is simply the externally visible
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    • that the first form (Gestalt) in which the new, super-sensible world
    • exercises to intensify his soul forces so that a new world is
    • one beholds the situation with a newly acquired, special faculty of
    • in a new earthly life. We are concerned in such a case not with what
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • noticeable in Maurice Maeterlinck's new book. He is an
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    • that the first form (Gestalt) in which the new, super-sensible world
    • exercises to intensify his soul forces so that a new world is
    • one beholds the situation with a newly acquired, special faculty of
    • in a new earthly life. We are concerned in such a case not with what
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • noticeable in Maurice Maeterlinck's new book. He is an
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    • Chapter 35 pp. 386–388, 2nd Edition 1980, Steinerbooks, New
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    • year we have been able to open with a renewal of the drama which is
    • who in a certain way has to be sacrificed ever anew. And he
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • co-operate and adapt themselves to what is new, but also when I see
    • 1961. (Rudolf Steiner Publications Ltd., West Nyack, New York).
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    • only something which could be analysed by the chemist; he knew that
    • he knew that the forces which he took in from the air and from the
    • plants came from Demeter, and he knew that it was Demeter who gave
    • him his clairvoyant consciousness, but he knew too that it was she
    • substitute, a new form of law, for the old law which worked through
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • Science stands before such a statue, ancient Greece will arise anew
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • knew something and which men will come to know again through
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    • infer that they knew that, just as human beings on the physical plane
    • had failed to complete their Moon evolution and that the Greeks knew
    • it, knew that they had to take advantage of Earth evolution just as
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • Jahve, will have no doubt that the Hebrew people knew that the
    • knew: ‘With my consciousness I am standing outside my physical
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • Greeks knew in their souls that there was a kind of consciousness in
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
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    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • new state has arisen through the realisation of yesterday's
    • clairvoyant consciousness had to be lost to man in order that a new
    • horizon of consciousness. Anyone who knew that—and those who
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    • genius of language knew that, when the human being goes through the
    • new birth, forces are at work in him which he has brought with him
    • time between death and a new birth these forces go on working. But in
    • Silenus were able to do for Greece was renewed in a manner suited to
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    • into a new germ for Earth evolution.
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
    • into us — a new element of clairvoyance, but also a new element
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
    • have spoken of Me.’ Christ knew well that when, of old, people
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    • have seen further that it is in fact because this newly-formed
    • which were there as the outcome of earlier evolution, this new
    • united with the newly arising etheric body streaming from the human
    • consciousness which enabled him to know it for himself, he knew from
    • unknown, we are perpetually faced with new challenges. In everyday
    • advancing we are faced by ever new configurations of the world. We
    • can enter into these new configurations with stout souls, then we
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
    • with new ordeals to be overcome; to come to an end of these trials
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    • who knew that drama was a way of teaching in miniature, defined
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    • Abraham there began a new relationship of mankind to the material and
    • expressed by Jesus in his teaching in the New Testament. “Not a
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    • a complete image of its former being, upon which there hardens the new
    • fashioned a new body. The temptation of Eve was to seek satisfaction
    • the laws of his own spiritual being. He was to identify his newly-evolving
    • and sacrifice. Thus the new etheric body was to bear the image of the
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    • blood-relationship fade away before the new happening: the full
    • bringer-in of the new era, in which the spiritual world shines
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    • new evolutionary theories of Darwin it was subjected to materialistic
    • century it had to meet a new line of criticism in the light of comparative
    • shed new light on the historical basis of the Scripture story. This was
    • followed in the ‘twenties’ by the new German form-criticism,
    • and now, latest of all, Maurice Nicoll's treatment of the New Testament
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    • of this people for the whole world, of the birth of the new era, of the
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    • the very first human being who truly understood Jahve, in that he knew
    • they beheld Jahve or Jehovah. One thing more they knew, and that was
    • for they were destined to inherit that new faculty which could
    • the child Jesus of Bethlehem. The Magi knew that, in following the star,
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    • of the pre-Christian peoples. The development of the new faculties was
    • lost their significance and when something new entered into the life
    • or another being the new incarnation of Christ. — No words need
    • in man a new consciousness of the spiritual life, and it had to arise,
    • in a new way, in the Nazarene, through keeping his hair uncut during the
    • they knew from what they themselves experienced, that man had become an
    • altogether different, a quite new being. The few who experienced this at
    • knew from the form in which the etheric body appeared before them, when
    • of the universe there is drawing near the newborn Ego, and this Ego
    • the direction leading to the new divine-spiritual Beings. It was in
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    • quite new and unaccustomed ideas before one's hearers. In the
    • convinced that something new must come from somewhere or other.
    • slow to take in new ideas. Indeed it is a characteristic feature of
    • in the new period and gave place to theories. The theories of
    • The New Freedom
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    • wisdom lies in this sentence. It receives a pregnant renewal, a
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    • civilisation quite a new colouring.
    • to found a new religion, or to introduce anything sectarian into the
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    • below, calls forth a new concept. A concept I have to-day passes away
    • for enabling us to live, for enriching our life continually with new
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    • new to his psychic experience, or whether, as it were, the course of
    • continually renewed and refreshed, must be constantly encompassed by
    • wherewith continually to renew the power of its forces, so that we
    • able to say, full of hope: ‘Each new day will be to us like the
    • dreadfully old and how few regard each day as a new experience given
    • are not strong enough to experience this new relationship that the
    • leads him to wish to accept each day as something new and fresh.
    • the grain of sentimental minds if they knew how strongly they come
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    • we awaken, the ego and astral body experience new knowledge of the
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • to use this active thinking man acquires an entirely new way of
    • ‘seeing’ things, a new way of seeing the qualities of the
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • this new life within man came at the point in his evolution when, as
    • understand and accept. With the coming of this new super-sensible
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • between death and a new birth, spent in the super-sensible worlds
    • A new
    • — this mood is the striving for a new spirituality. I certainly
    • spiritual life in the direction of a new spiritual perception by
    • something historical, we use the term Goetheanism for the new way of
    • the hope of a re-awakening, in a new form, of the spiritual life of
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • to use this active thinking man acquires an entirely new way of
    • ‘seeing’ things, a new way of seeing the qualities of the
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • this new life within man came at the point in his evolution when, as
    • understand and accept. With the coming of this new super-sensible
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • between death and a new birth, spent in the super-sensible worlds
    • A new
    • — this mood is the striving for a new spirituality. I certainly
    • spiritual life in the direction of a new spiritual perception by
    • something historical, we use the term Goetheanism for the new way of
    • the hope of a re-awakening, in a new form, of the spiritual life of
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    • MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • interpenetrates the earth-consciousness, the plant-world at New Year
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
    • New Year, plant-consciousness penetrates mineral consciousness, so,
    • celebrated a New Year on Earth; a mighty New Year!
    • Just as we regard the New Year as the mingling of the
    • cosmic New Year of our Earth took place. Our Soul-consciousness then
    • plant-consciousness at New Year. Just as plants gaze abroad into the
    • united with his astral body at the time of the cosmic New
    • of this knowledge must be sought in the earthly and cosmic New Year
    • New Year to which we here look back.
    • We will seek to prepare for this cosmic New Year. If
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • cosmic New Year.
    • another. Twelve thousand years pass between one cosmic New Year and
    • So at this sacred season, we turn from the little New
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • only at the cosmic New Year.
    • Then when New Year draws near, it seems as if a
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    • MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • interpenetrates the earth-consciousness, the plant-world at New Year
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
    • New Year, plant-consciousness penetrates mineral consciousness, so,
    • celebrated a New Year on Earth; a mighty New Year!
    • Just as we regard the New Year as the mingling of the
    • cosmic New Year of our Earth took place. Our Soul-consciousness then
    • plant-consciousness at New Year. Just as plants gaze abroad into the
    • united with his astral body at the time of the cosmic New
    • of this knowledge must be sought in the earthly and cosmic New Year
    • New Year to which we here look back.
    • We will seek to prepare for this cosmic New Year. If
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • cosmic New Year.
    • another. Twelve thousand years pass between one cosmic New Year and
    • So at this sacred season, we turn from the little New
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • only at the cosmic New Year.
    • Then when New Year draws near, it seems as if a
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    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • at the beginning of a New Year, it may perhaps be important to let a
    • time, at the opening of a New Year.
    • New Year it is specially good to turn the interest of our circle
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
    • humanity at the beginning of the new age. The new age placed the art
    • matters at the beginning of a New Year, for they are connected with
    • for New Year's Eve must ever be associated with our feelings; whereas
    • the day, must be directly associated with our reflections on New
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    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • at the beginning of a New Year, it may perhaps be important to let a
    • time, at the opening of a New Year.
    • New Year it is specially good to turn the interest of our circle
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
    • humanity at the beginning of the new age. The new age placed the art
    • matters at the beginning of a New Year, for they are connected with
    • for New Year's Eve must ever be associated with our feelings; whereas
    • the day, must be directly associated with our reflections on New
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    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • birth to a new being.
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    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • birth to a new being.
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    • Earth that will be the body of the new God, the God of the
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • forever new, so it is with the symbols of Christmas piety; in
    • the seed of a new plant; the blossom forms itself into a new
    • contains a seed in which the new God
    • eyes will be able to turn to where the new star can appear to
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • spring forth the new God of the future, the God who has
    • see in the blossom the seed of the new plant. But as truly as
    • the blossom as the new seed. What surrounds the seed will
    • the heart of the blossom enables you to feel that a new plant
    • a new birth. He could proclaim to them what none of the
    • and a new birth, what would the Eleusinian Initiates have
    • seed of a new plant, says to himself: True, it has come forth
    • fallen away, has vanished, and now the new seed is there, the
    • seed that will unfold into the new plant, the new blossom.
    • more the new fruit, the Christ-fruit, is unfolding and
    • formed for those new Gods of the future, of whom Christ is
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    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • forever new, so it is with the symbols of Christmas piety; in
    • the seed of a new plant; the blossom forms itself into a new
    • contains a seed in which the new God
    • eyes will be able to turn to where the new star can appear to
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • spring forth the new God of the future, the God who has
    • see in the blossom the seed of the new plant. But as truly as
    • the blossom as the new seed. What surrounds the seed will
    • the heart of the blossom enables you to feel that a new plant
    • a new birth. He could proclaim to them what none of the
    • and a new birth, what would the Eleusinian Initiates have
    • seed of a new plant, says to himself: True, it has come forth
    • fallen away, has vanished, and now the new seed is there, the
    • seed that will unfold into the new plant, the new blossom.
    • more the new fruit, the Christ-fruit, is unfolding and
    • formed for those new Gods of the future, of whom Christ is
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • to a new reception of spiritual revelations.
    • something that they do not yet want to receive: an entirely new
    • re-model our ways of thinking, to try a new way of regarding the
    • not want to come to new modes of conception. The anthroposophic view
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • as a new revelation. The revolution from matter to spirit is
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
    • learning anew to transform their thinking. It is this that is so
    • the will to turn their souls from the old to new thoughts. The
    • who become convinced by this Spirit of the need for the new thinking,
    • feeling and willing, and for a new sense of responsibility, the
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • to a new reception of spiritual revelations.
    • something that they do not yet want to receive: an entirely new
    • re-model our ways of thinking, to try a new way of regarding the
    • not want to come to new modes of conception. The anthroposophic view
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • as a new revelation. The revolution from matter to spirit is
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
    • learning anew to transform their thinking. It is this that is so
    • the will to turn their souls from the old to new thoughts. The
    • who become convinced by this Spirit of the need for the new thinking,
    • feeling and willing, and for a new sense of responsibility, the
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    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • for this retardation and renewal, which is certainly a two-fold
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • nothingness filled with new creating in a fully material sense. This
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    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • for this retardation and renewal, which is certainly a two-fold
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • nothingness filled with new creating in a fully material sense. This
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum,
    • appears from a new standpoint, with the organisation of man as it is
    • in ourselves thereby, and form new life-forces in our organism. The
    • something new will take place. He may now ignore what is there,
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    • the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum,
    • appears from a new standpoint, with the organisation of man as it is
    • in ourselves thereby, and form new life-forces in our organism. The
    • something new will take place. He may now ignore what is there,
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    • then a new one began. Rather, one epoch gradually and slowly merged
    • the sixth epoch, and those who understand that something new is being
    • Atlantean catastrophe, there were many human beings who knew through
    • spiritual world. Gradually, however, the number of those who knew
    • accomplish this? Here we must look to the most striking new quality
    • This new development is
    • new humanity, the new human being — not to an abstract concept
    • anthroposophy speaks a new language. Even if we are still obliged to
    • said forms a new language.
    • physical bodies but are living between death and a new birth. Yes,
    • condition between death and a new birth. Through anthroposophy we
    • new Fall, a second Fall of humanity, a falling back into a conscious
    • progress is all about: ever new ways of evolution appear, and
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    • was not the only spiritual stream that was to revive and in a new
    • clairvoyants knew about the stars and their movements, about the laws
    • through external observation. Rather, the ancients knew something
    • faculties for observation of the outer world. Nevertheless, every new
    • transmission of the new outer-directed faculties. Thus, the Hebrews
    • but no new faculties appeared to take their place. Those people were
    • connected with the new in an old way, yet unconnected because the
    • developed further were less hairy because new powers replaced those
    • step further and developed the new faculty; Esau, on the other hand,
    • described what he knew through initiation about the law of thrice
    • the writer of this gospel knew the Mysteries according to which
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    • In ancient times everyone who spoke this word knew it meant
    • soul. People knew that the word Kyrios referred to secrets of
    • Mark's Gospel points out this macrocosmic connection. He knew that
    • receives new force. With our modern language, however, it takes many
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    • a new birth, during the time when we prepare ourselves for the gender
    • consecutively, older racial forms remained unchanged and newer ones
    • shed new light on Greek art as it was developed so uniquely and
    • new light.
    • the new. Today, people hardly understand the community of life in the
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    • lecture, Christ's deed was for the renewal of the common spiritual humanity
    • renewal of many human activities, including education (the Waldorf
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    • New
    • yes, I knew that was going to happen, yesterday.”
    • has attained this in a high degree, a new world opens up. Such a man
    • look at the things in the world with a new vision. And though these
    • a new way of thinking and feeling about things.
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    • yes, I knew that was going to happen, yesterday.”
    • has attained this in a high degree, a new world opens up. Such a man
    • look at the things in the world with a new vision. And though these
    • a new way of thinking and feeling about things.
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    • (in which mathematics is our sure guide), and will open up a new
    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
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    • (in which mathematics is our sure guide), and will open up a new
    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
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    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • newly created art of Eurhythmy. But one must enter into the spirit of
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    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • newly created art of Eurhythmy. But one must enter into the spirit of
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    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
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    • Jupiter existence will contain nothing but the new creation that is
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • crumbling into chaos, the springing up of the new, the birth of what
    • able to evolve any further. But there is also a new world arising,
    • sown for the future, a new world dawns within him.
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • into chaos, so that the spirit may be able to create anew. Let us
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • we have a perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. When we
    • perpetually springing and welling up with life renewed.
    • renewed by the sun. Here, within us, matter is constantly
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    • Jupiter existence will contain nothing but the new creation that is
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • crumbling into chaos, the springing up of the new, the birth of what
    • able to evolve any further. But there is also a new world arising,
    • sown for the future, a new world dawns within him.
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • into chaos, so that the spirit may be able to create anew. Let us
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • we have a perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. When we
    • perpetually springing and welling up with life renewed.
    • renewed by the sun. Here, within us, matter is constantly
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • appeared to him at Damascus. Paul knew then, with absolute
    • the earliest dwellers on the Earth knew nothing of death —
    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • The ancient epochs, when men knew nothing of death, were all
    • Gods. They knew of these worlds through revelations. But
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • Men knew the Gods but those Gods could not speak of death. If we
    • understood, and the new form of wisdom was still undeveloped. For
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
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    • appeared to him at Damascus. Paul knew then, with absolute
    • the earliest dwellers on the Earth knew nothing of death —
    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • The ancient epochs, when men knew nothing of death, were all
    • Gods. They knew of these worlds through revelations. But
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • Men knew the Gods but those Gods could not speak of death. If we
    • understood, and the new form of wisdom was still undeveloped. For
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Anthroposophic News Sheet
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    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • of Orleans. This fact gave Europe a completely new form.
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • in the new light which spiritual science alone can shed upon
    • too intimate for publication in the News Sheet.]
    • they have to pass between death and a new birth. Spiritual science
    • exists not only for the purpose of bringing new possibilities to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Anthroposophic News Sheet
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet”
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • of Orleans. This fact gave Europe a completely new form.
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • in the new light which spiritual science alone can shed upon
    • too intimate for publication in the News Sheet.]
    • they have to pass between death and a new birth. Spiritual science
    • exists not only for the purpose of bringing new possibilities to
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet”
    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • knowledge was traditional. A new knowledge only began with the time
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the surface this new science — for instance, Giordano
    • against the recollections of ancient wisdom. Something entirely new
    • evolution if we are unable to look upon this new element which thus
    • traditional knowledge; but a new element, a beginning, arises
    • advanced very far in this new direction. The few centuries which have
    • What is this new wisdom?
    • much as possible of this new wisdom, of this Galilei wisdom —
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet”
    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • knowledge was traditional. A new knowledge only began with the time
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the surface this new science — for instance, Giordano
    • against the recollections of ancient wisdom. Something entirely new
    • evolution if we are unable to look upon this new element which thus
    • traditional knowledge; but a new element, a beginning, arises
    • advanced very far in this new direction. The few centuries which have
    • What is this new wisdom?
    • much as possible of this new wisdom, of this Galilei wisdom —
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
  • Title: Lecture: Adept-School of the Past
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    • thought, in order to carry over Budhi into the new civilisation.
    • These will mark the end of our civilisation. The new impulse of the
    • form most suited to each people respectively. The essentially new
    • element is not found in what Christ said; the new element in the
    • science is nothing new, and even the spiritual-scientific movement is
    • not new; it is only the continuation of what has already existed.
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    • News Sheet
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet”
    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • thought, in order to carry over Budhi into the new civilisation.
    • These will mark the end of our civilisation. The new impulse of the
    • form most suited to each people respectively. The essentially new
    • element is not found in what Christ said; the new element in the
    • science is nothing new, and even the spiritual-scientific movement is
    • not new; it is only the continuation of what has already existed.
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Relationship with the Surrounding World
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    • aspect, but which will appear to us in a new light.
    • changes, revealing new Colours and entirely new processes
    • and feeling will be one. A new life will spring out of religious
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    • aspect, but which will appear to us in a new light.
    • changes, revealing new Colours and entirely new processes
    • and feeling will be one. A new life will spring out of religious
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    • between death and a new birth? The souls now incarnated
    • spent in Kama-Loca and in Devachan until the time of a new
    • spread new streams of culture. The first mission went from
    • illusion, as maya, for men knew that they lived in their real
    • spoke, they were not giving utterance to what they knew, but
    • Hermes, in his new incarnation. We will try to form some idea
    • knew and firmly hoped that they would indeed be united with
    • which lightens the spiritual world anew. And so it was when
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    • between death and a new birth? The souls now incarnated
    • spent in Kama-Loca and in Devachan until the time of a new
    • spread new streams of culture. The first mission went from
    • illusion, as maya, for men knew that they lived in their real
    • spoke, they were not giving utterance to what they knew, but
    • Hermes, in his new incarnation. We will try to form some idea
    • knew and firmly hoped that they would indeed be united with
    • which lightens the spiritual world anew. And so it was when
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • Each epoch marks a new development in human consciousness.
    • which gave new meaning to the whole Earth, it is very
    • that he is a demon; for he speaks the truth, (Tertullian knew
    • Anthroposophy, but a new spirit, the spirit which from the
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
    • much to Tertullian. He also considers that ‘a new
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    • Each epoch marks a new development in human consciousness.
    • which gave new meaning to the whole Earth, it is very
    • that he is a demon; for he speaks the truth, (Tertullian knew
    • Anthroposophy, but a new spirit, the spirit which from the
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
    • much to Tertullian. He also considers that ‘a new
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • itself; and between death and a new birth they become the
    • upon his next incarnation, when he will wake to a new life on
    • which call the whole plant back to a new cycle of life are at
    • point, as it were, and they appear again in a new form when
    • being renewed; the beginning and the end of its life are thus
    • building up a new body, is now actually at work on it, so
    • that the human being can enter his new body bearing with him
    • which, in each new life, evokes the semblance of an ego, so
    • its present stage, bringing men new faculties for new tasks,
    • Science, therefore, raises from the past to a new and higher
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    • itself; and between death and a new birth they become the
    • upon his next incarnation, when he will wake to a new life on
    • which call the whole plant back to a new cycle of life are at
    • point, as it were, and they appear again in a new form when
    • being renewed; the beginning and the end of its life are thus
    • building up a new body, is now actually at work on it, so
    • that the human being can enter his new body bearing with him
    • which, in each new life, evokes the semblance of an ego, so
    • its present stage, bringing men new faculties for new tasks,
    • Science, therefore, raises from the past to a new and higher
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • They knew that they were not merely beings who had gone
    • a cosmogony; he knew himself a member of the whole vast
    • stars, they were not to him strange worlds; for he knew
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • necessary in order really to bring forth a new age. It is
    • with it. We need a new civilisation upon the ruins of the
    • new. But the New must be grounded, neither in a
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    • They knew that they were not merely beings who had gone
    • a cosmogony; he knew himself a member of the whole vast
    • stars, they were not to him strange worlds; for he knew
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • necessary in order really to bring forth a new age. It is
    • with it. We need a new civilisation upon the ruins of the
    • new. But the New must be grounded, neither in a
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    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • in his mind of the typical pedant. He knew that the man,
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • without spiritual cognition. But these things appear in a new
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • men know nothing. Truly, what the Emperor Constantine knew of
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • spiritual world. The more intensely we realise that a renewal
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
    • value — not as anything complete, but as a new
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    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • in his mind of the typical pedant. He knew that the man,
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • without spiritual cognition. But these things appear in a new
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • men know nothing. Truly, what the Emperor Constantine knew of
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • spiritual world. The more intensely we realise that a renewal
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
    • value — not as anything complete, but as a new
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • we have the new Moon, and no light then reaches the man, who
    • and more than from that of the new Moon. Moreover in its
    • exposed to the influence of the new Moon? It is true that
    • activity of the new Moon is concentrated on the back of the
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • accordingly, between death and a new birth, they develop
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    • we have the new Moon, and no light then reaches the man, who
    • and more than from that of the new Moon. Moreover in its
    • exposed to the influence of the new Moon? It is true that
    • activity of the new Moon is concentrated on the back of the
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • accordingly, between death and a new birth, they develop
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    • must be experienced each time anew, just as an
    • outer, physical reality must be confronted anew when it is
    • anew how different the attitude adopted to spiritual things
    • new birth it has its meaning and purpose in the life of man.
    • study of super-sensible matters and Lodge and his family knew
    • New edition, 1969.
    • August, 1924. An entirely new translation of this
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    • must be experienced each time anew, just as an
    • outer, physical reality must be confronted anew when it is
    • anew how different the attitude adopted to spiritual things
    • new birth it has its meaning and purpose in the life of man.
    • study of super-sensible matters and Lodge and his family knew
    • New edition, 1969.
    • August, 1924. An entirely new translation of this
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    • create on Earth — that is new in every epoch.
    • thereafter to assert its reality in perpetually new
    • February, men felt inwardly aware of the portents of renewed
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • the new summer — in that darkness the light of Christ
    • of the year. It renewed the soul, was a real and effective
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
    • Theodora's prophecy of the renewal of the vision of Christ in
    • modern age new mangers in which, under the guidance of the
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
    • Today this new spirit is still at the stage of childhood,
    • Festival of humanity in the new spirit which we already
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    • create on Earth — that is new in every epoch.
    • thereafter to assert its reality in perpetually new
    • February, men felt inwardly aware of the portents of renewed
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • the new summer — in that darkness the light of Christ
    • of the year. It renewed the soul, was a real and effective
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
    • Theodora's prophecy of the renewal of the vision of Christ in
    • modern age new mangers in which, under the guidance of the
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
    • Today this new spirit is still at the stage of childhood,
    • Festival of humanity in the new spirit which we already
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    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • it is lost, a new Buddha appears. Of these, Gautama Buddha was the
    • illumination he knew that all that is spread abroad in the world of
    • new radiance in the sunlight of Christianity and will indeed in the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • an older Eastern conception has evolved into a new one. Man has
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    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • it is lost, a new Buddha appears. Of these, Gautama Buddha was the
    • illumination he knew that all that is spread abroad in the world of
    • new radiance in the sunlight of Christianity and will indeed in the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • an older Eastern conception has evolved into a new one. Man has
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    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • with Beings of the Higher Worlds between death and a new birth. Yet
    • place of it, a new thing comes forth in the spiritual
    • perception which comes to us in Inspiration. And this new thing
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    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • with Beings of the Higher Worlds between death and a new birth. Yet
    • place of it, a new thing comes forth in the spiritual
    • perception which comes to us in Inspiration. And this new thing
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • The New Art of Education.
    • to-day and which, by a new Initiation Science, we have to bring to a
    • in which man not only knew with certainty that a soul was weaving and
    • which he also knew: A soul, born from a divine-spiritual existence
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • of soul — dreamlike though it was. And he knew with clear
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • souls of men. As I have said, these men knew of the soul' and Spirit
    • immediate experience to his instinctive clairvoyance, he knew: When
    • united with the stars. — For the soul knew the stars
    • Sun and Moon; he knew the stars. “From the Spirit in the stars,
    • The old Initiates knew how
    • to Earth and had awakened to new life the death-bringing forces in
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • through the new Initiation to the Spirit, then even in this earthly
    • inward piety. In short, this new Initiation Science endeavours to
    • — although at the same time it solves them anew and
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    • The New Art of Education.
    • to-day and which, by a new Initiation Science, we have to bring to a
    • in which man not only knew with certainty that a soul was weaving and
    • which he also knew: A soul, born from a divine-spiritual existence
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • of soul — dreamlike though it was. And he knew with clear
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • souls of men. As I have said, these men knew of the soul' and Spirit
    • immediate experience to his instinctive clairvoyance, he knew: When
    • united with the stars. — For the soul knew the stars
    • Sun and Moon; he knew the stars. “From the Spirit in the stars,
    • The old Initiates knew how
    • to Earth and had awakened to new life the death-bringing forces in
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • through the new Initiation to the Spirit, then even in this earthly
    • inward piety. In short, this new Initiation Science endeavours to
    • — although at the same time it solves them anew and
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach,
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    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • Clemens also knew something else, which we have emphasized
    • knew this. He knew that the ancient Mysteries spoke of the Christ as
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • of completely new and fresh elements, and his efforts went toward
    • us of what the Gnostics, from their perspective, knew already.
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • people knew something of this Mystery of Golgotha. Yet, what they
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • And it would have to continue this way, inevitably, if something new
    • The new element to be
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
    • approaching light, which will proclaim what must come through the new
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    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • Clemens also knew something else, which we have emphasized
    • knew this. He knew that the ancient Mysteries spoke of the Christ as
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • of completely new and fresh elements, and his efforts went toward
    • us of what the Gnostics, from their perspective, knew already.
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • people knew something of this Mystery of Golgotha. Yet, what they
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • And it would have to continue this way, inevitably, if something new
    • The new element to be
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
    • approaching light, which will proclaim what must come through the new
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    • down to the very lowest depths of the earth. No newer layer, no
    • possibility arose for certain new forms to develop, capable of
    • responding to spiritual functions of a new order. For if we now
    • can develop a new life, which we see entering its lowest form at the
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    • down to the very lowest depths of the earth. No newer layer, no
    • possibility arose for certain new forms to develop, capable of
    • responding to spiritual functions of a new order. For if we now
    • can develop a new life, which we see entering its lowest form at the
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    • Gelehrten fertig, schon seit langer Zeit. Newton
    • Wenn die Welt so wäre, wie sie Newton angeschaut hat, so
    • der Newtonschen Welt ein göttlich-geistiges Walten und
    • wofür Newton ein schönes Beispiel ist, der auf der
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    • to art a new foundation. Subconscious art has become a thing of the
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    • that at this stage something new enters the universe. It must be
    • to redress the balance. This is the arrival on the scene of new
    • something whereby one Being is constantly brought into new relation
    • seek to form relationships to new beings. The torment of longing can
    • often be overcome by changing the conditions to ever new beings.
    • by movement, a constantly renewed relation to ever new beings and new
    • faintly up from the depths and the Spirits of Movement call up new
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    • believe that in the new book by Mrs. Besant Christ is in question.
    • he knew that another was a sluggard. ‘What?’ said
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    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • to redress the balance. This is the arrival on the scene of new
    • something whereby one Being is constantly brought into new relation
    • suffer from it incessantly seek to form relationships to new Beings.
    • conditions to ever new beings.
    • constantly renewed relation to ever new Beings and new
    • Movement call up new pictures. When these have been there for
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    • Hildegarde awakened from this dream, she knew this personality
    • blame this kind of cure. They knew no better. But Francis of Assisi
    • knew a better one. I mention this, because from actual experience it
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    • were the most valued and the people only knew of the divine mysteries
    • Christianity to throw new light upon what Buddha had given to
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    • Christ is crucified anew as long as unmorality, unkindness and lack
    • renewal of what was given to mankind as original virtue.
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    • Investigation of the life between death and a new birth.
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    • position. Most human beings, in fact all of them, knew of the
    • become a seer. Nor will this again be possible until the new
    • who knew that there is a spiritual world and also knew what
    • nothing whatever of the spiritual world, knew that it exists,
    • could reflect about it, could even discover new truths with
    • were, however, a great many people who knew that there is a
    • spiritual world, who knew that just as we are surrounded by
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    • between death and a new birth.
    • Spiritual Science an entirely new method, one which takes
    • the honest purpose of having much of what the initiates knew,
    • importance. She knew very well what it was that she saw, but
    • But as she knew that a great deal could be achieved through
    • withholding from the world what she knew. And she knew a
    • to you was, as it were, a new path which made great
    • the things I have told you today they knew nothing, had not
    • conceptions of the world now come to him in a new light. If
    • translation by Rudolf Steiner Publications Inc., New
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    • most important aspects of the life between death and a new
    • about the life between death and a new birth is
    • knew something about the spiritual worlds great confusion had
    • created by Blavatsky herself. She knew that what Sinnett had
    • of Indian occultism. She knew that such truths do not remain
    • Sinnett knew nothing of the real tendency of those who stood
    • between death and a new birth.
    • a new birth. Just as Jehovah has to do with the Earth and
    • the life between death and a new birth, their attention will
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    • long to know something about the life between death and a new
    • sensation when it came out, but which contains nothing new
    • that is true, and nothing true that is new. As he was the
    • Blavatsky, who knew very well that this kind of thing was
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    • life we formerly knew, begins to waver. So that when we begin
    • were well-informed. It can be said that they knew much more
    • descriptions of the life between death and a new birth which
    • with the new revelation of Christ. When the etheric body is
    • the newest with the opposite position of the lights of heaven
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    • distinction was something entirely new and it was necessary
    • give information about the life between death and a new
    • life between death and a new birth; but now the false
    • investigate this realm of the life between death and a new
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a new Birth.
    • way it is easy to describe the life between death and a new
    • new birth. A really positive and faithful picture of these
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    • among those who really knew something about how to keep the
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    • death and a new birth. It can be said that man must undergo
    • lives through between death and a new birth, when he is not a
    • between death and a new birth. What is elaborated in
    • increases in power between death and a new birth and in so
    • doing becomes the foundation of the new incarnation. We are
    • reincarnated with new thinking, new feeling, new will, and a
    • new bodily nature. Thus when we speak of what is revealed to
    • Golffing. (Doubleday Anchor Books, New York). “When the
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    • certain newspapers and periodicals are very far from saying
    • however, knew better; he spoke of his “daimon”,
    • having a life of our own which can in turn bring forth new
    • of men and in earthly happenings. For this reason the New
    • Neither can the New Testament be Spiritual Science, for
    • significance of the New Testament lies precisely in the fact
    • ingredients. It is something new to him.
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    • Anthroposophic Press in New York. These two editions were
    • therefore a wholly new translation, even when the wording of
    • and every effort has been made by the editor to make this new
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    • millennium, nevertheless show how something essentially new
    • a new understanding was required concerning things that up to
    • there was added a quite new perspective, which extended beyond
    • more vague, that men were striving to formulate new
    • questions, to look for new sentiments and modes of
    • earth where minds began to awake, and men approached in a new
    • way and from an entirely new point of view something they had
    • their souls. This had to result in a total renewal. All older
    • questions were transformed, and a new kind of understanding
    • gave rise to new questions, which can be answered only
    • completed and a new one is beginning.” We shall best be
    • been completed and a new one begun. In this way we shall not
    • beginning of a new age, worked on their souls. As serious
    • life to the new. Hamlet, the doubter, the skeptic, who has
    • Slowly and gradually a totally new spiritual tendency entered
    • works upon the soul that is the beginning of something new,
    • But what is working on further in mankind must find new paths
    • into new incarnations. This is revealed with Hector in Hamlet
    • must be after the new age had begun.
    • themselves so solid and compact, had to make a new beginning
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    • read the Bible in quite a new way. There are at present many
    • Bible by tearing it apart, declaring that the New Testament
    • beginning of the story of the New Testament, and the Gospel
    • old prophetic nature, which has now entered into a new
    • relation with the Divinity and experienced a new belief in
    • archangels. It is something new; it is no longer enough to
    • reappearance at the beginning of the New Testament, as
    • and the Judas of the New Testament. It is remarkable that in
    • Romanism within Christianity is like a renewal of the
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    • old age was fulfilled and that a new age must begin. In the
    • dying out; quite new conditions had to come in, and they saw
    • this while in their liberated etheric body. A new impulse,
    • new capacities, must come to humanity. The baptism of John
    • knew then as a result of their own clairvoyant observation,
    • wished to understand him, and the title his new work was to
    • Raphael will present ever new riddles to future generations
    • 6:38 He saith unto them, How many loaves have ye? go and see. And when they knew, they say, Five, and two fishes. \
    • Jesus brings about in a new form what is described as an
    • of Elijah-John a wholly new impulse enters the world. In
    • new forces which would be present from that time onward. Thus
    • — but that insofar as the new age was just beginning,
    • outer physical and the inner moral flowed together in a new
    • down magically from the higher worlds. Now a new era begins,
    • together in a new way. Knowledge of this fact will enable us
    • there as the founder of a new religion, but the Christ
    • anthroposophy to deride any religion, old or new, that is
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    • knew, and what they were to learn. He put his questions in
    • living in it in such a way that it can become the new
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    • of Benares, that in a certain way encompasses and renews all
    • knowledge was renewed, summed up and brought to a conclusion
    • regarded as the newest evolutionary phase of the human ascent
    • through the old clairvoyance. In those times people knew at
    • they will be perceived again when clairvoyance is renewed.
    • lost of the revelations of past times will enter in a new way
    • the new morning-glow of the future of humanity dawned.
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    • higher level and always new, in just the same way that in
    • for a new plant. Thus we have to do here with a threefold
    • renewal. Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu, this trinity of creative
    • significance of a new era is recognized when the gift of
    • prompted by a new impulse, begins to look at the world from a
    • fourth period as the germ, the new seed for that period. The
    • there are new revelations there is a kind of reversion to
    • which reached a more perfected stage in the New Testament.
    • soul continues as a soul seed in an entirely new form. Where
    • human reasoning capacities. He could speak to the new sense
    • led into a new kind of clairvoyance, which they are able to
    • now He allows a new clairvoyance to come over them. And what
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    • the ancient world came to an end and the new era began.
    • to a new understanding of the evolution of mankind, Peter,
    • new means of ascending into the spiritual worlds through
    • from the period of living vision (of which Nietzsche knew
    • nothing from the new world of the ego save a few concepts to
    • Into these souls the new impulse, the impulse of Golgotha,
    • their souls constituted when the new impulse was born. But
    • they had to yearn for a new fulfillment; without such a
    • need of a new impulse that reaches into the ego. Tell me,
    • experience, whose task is to place before the new ego the
    • from the Western world for a new solution of the world
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    • something new to arise through clairvoyance. Hence the
    • new occult powers in oneself. Likewise the expression
    • will be withered, but a new tree must grow forth, a tree
    • linked as by a new symbol to the cross on Golgotha. In the
    • from Him may radiate the new knowledge of the fruit of the
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    • art of the Gospels also represents a new beginning, but one
    • priests, the chief justices, from those who knew the
    • Scriptures and knew the historical evolution of the Old
    • come a new flaming up of their own particular mission.
    • 15:10 For he knew that the chief priests had delivered him for envy. \
    • 51st and 52nd verses. The new impulse retains nothing of what
    • naked, new cosmic impulse of earth evolution. It remains with
    • Gospel. We are bringing a new understanding to what the
    • Christ wanted to come about in the world. This new
    • received a new impulse through the youth, the cosmic Christ,
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    • something new was added to this “research into the life
    • the author of the Mark Gospel knew, as we have described, how
    • into materialism. He knew how little human beings were truly
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    • before your souls today by way of a New Year's contemplation.
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    • in a manner which befits the new human spirit, a conception and a
    • of a new age. By the fourth century AD mankind had lost the wisdom of
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    • much going on. Then we go home, and next morning the newspaper
    • those ancient times people knew very well that Lucifer and Ahriman
    • and the starry movements. Their new achievement was thus a
    • the earth. Your ancestors in ancient times knew how to illumine the
    • is unsuited to receiving new impulses.
    • unfolding new impulses for development.
    • pointing towards the new, developed the abstract, prosaic sober
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    • preparation, it gradually changes and we come to new experiences,
    • they knew the spiritual world, if they had grown to be part of it and
    • with new creativity above the destruction.
    • knew that they could not only die physically with their corpse, but
    • breathing. Now, through the sinews, they begin to make friends with
    • decayed in the world order, if a new fructification had not been
    • teachers knew about the entering-in of Christ, the Sun Spirit, into
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    • descend once more to the sense-perceptible world for a new
    • new life, arises in the mother's womb in such an elaborate fashion,
    • death and a new birth the human being has an inkling of this. In the
    • first step on the way to a new incarnation Imagination is realized
    • stage in the descent to a new incarnation is when the human being
    • to discover new moral worlds we must proceed to the question of where
    • order to build up new worlds.
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    • needed a new impetus, whereupon the Mystery of Golgotha took
    • those initiated in the Mysteries certainly knew this Being who lived
    • of this world’ — that ahrimanic being — also knew
    • the forces of the earth was something they had from him. But he knew
    • the Mystery of Golgotha it never occurred to those who knew about
    • fathers knew that human beings had been made Christians through the
    • pupil had to give a new direction to his everyday will, which was
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    • pupil became aware of his soul and spirit element and knew that this
    • throughout the Middle Ages people still knew that in order to attain
    • this. They would have been unable to take such a firm hold of the new
    • reinforcing the new element of spirit and soul that has been
    • impossible to approach any new phenomenon without prejudgement if one
    • everything he sees as something entirely new, however many prejudices
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    • between death and a new birth the human being has undergone manifold
    • the cosmos. By the end of the life between death and a new birth he
    • element between death and a new birth dies into our thought world
    • a new birth.
    • us onwards on our course through life between death and a new birth.
    • of this. The Old Testament knew nature neither in the way we know it
    • spiritual science — nor in the way the ancient heathen knew it.
    • The Old Testament knew only a moral world order, and Jahve is the
    • to see in the New Testament a coming together of these two spiritual
    • wherever the newer scientific attitude arose with its tendency
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    • existence between death and a new birth. But our present experience
    • takes place around the human being between death and a new birth. In
    • new birth. This sympathy was very important in the human life of
    • we descend into a new earthly life, takes up its dwelling from the
    • that surrounded us between death and this new birth and now plays
    • spirit and soul between death and this new birth. In our breathing
    • death and a new birth. And what you experience in your limbs and
    • lived between death and this new birth. And in your organism of limbs
    • knew that their rule was at an end. Human beings failed to recognize
    • Christ, but the demons recognized him. They knew that he would now
    • and a new birth, taking no account of the side of man which belongs
    • a poet who knew how to depict
    • new birth, human beings must find him here on earth.
    • and simply tacked the fifth act on to the others. He knew that the
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    • significance I endeavoured to explain. But in consequence of the new
    • felt in this new age, how they felt the deadness of mere thought life
    • sets about completing the drama. Once again quite new thoughts live
    • human beings learn to give new life to the dead thoughts which are a
    • solve this problem. Mankind must learn to give new life to this world
    • so remaindered copies can be acquired there, and there will also be new
    • represents a new stage in the struggle for the spirit which we saw in
    • and found a new age by radical means most certainly have no
    • and expended, if they had grown with the problems and tasks of new
    • bringing a new one to birth. On the other hand, the workers, treading
    • bringers of salvation through a new order of things; but in reality
    • of destruction and decline, their own included. The new parasites of
    • the gullible worker believing himself to be the founder of a new
    • will definitely perish. Something new must come.
    • let me search for this new thing to which he wants to point. Yes,
    • a change of heart comes about, if something entirely new is brought
    • said about a real, new blossoming of spiritual life, this is branded
    • meditate earnestly on the fact that a new spiritual life is what is
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    • same time they knew from tradition that they have some connection
    • against all this you have in the figure of Weislingen the new element
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    • who visited them. They knew, although they were living on the earth
    • like those who visited them. They knew that for earthly life they had
    • but that this spiritual world nevertheless visited them. They knew
    • he received a new impulse, for now he was urged on to the path
    • people of today must find their tasks with regard to a new path to
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    • knew that it was only possible for them to find real knowledge if
    • how in this educational process there was a mixture of the new
    • possible to find a new entry into the spiritual world from out of a
    • must strive for — a new achievement of the spiritual world
    • does not want him to grow up into the world which represents the new
    • son. Now what actually is the Grail community? Those who knew the
    • imagining that everything had always been as they knew it — if
    • appears, you find that what is being depicted is a new attitude of
    • the human being towards himself. From an entirely new standpoint he
    • everything. So from the new intellectual standpoint the question is
    • wanted to know: What actually is the human being? They knew that
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    • preceded the French Revolution, people knew that the earth can never
    • in an external way to seek a new connection to the spiritual world
    • atavistic downward impetus. A new upward impetus into the spiritual
    • newspapers; but this is what he was saying in reality. This shows
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    • becomes enamored of his newfound power and of the beauty of the Sun;
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    • order that .a new understanding of world existence may arise —
    • Cardinal Newman — a very significant figure in the sphere
    • salvation for the religious development of humankind other than a new
    • Newman, by Wilfrid Ward, Vol. 2, p. 460.)]
    • himself showed no special inclination to receive anything of the new
    • needs a new revelation. Of this there is evidence on all sides. There
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    • man as eminently spiritual as Cardinal Newman, ardent Catholic though
    • salvation for Christianity other than a new revelation.
    • Newman said was that he could see no salvation for Christianity other
    • than a new revelation! But he had not the courage to take a new
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    • Here I must touch upon a new aspect of matters we have often
    • Rishis, they knew, if they had been initiated into these things, that
    • wisdom inherent in paganism, a new wisdom, acquired by the
    • culture. This new wisdom must again be Initiation wisdom.
    • future, people were to do nothing themselves toward acquiring a new
    • fundamentally new ideas in all that this modern age has
    • produced? New ideas, new conceptions were given by
    • ideas, there is nothing new. Certainly, Darwin made journeys,
    • new in the form of insight into the spiritual world must be attained.
    • undertake the labor entailed by really new ideas. And humankind today
    • is sorely in need of new ideas, especially concerning the realm and
    • new.
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    • begin with, one is not interested at all, in order that a new
    • example, a man like Cardinal Newman — a very significant
    • religious development of mankind other than a new revelation!
    • to receive anything of the new spiritual life that can now stream
    • humanity needs a new revelation. Of this there is evidence on
    • (The Life of John Henry Newman,
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    • thought to what can stream into our civilisation as new
    • as Cardinal Newman, ardent Catholic though he was, should say
    • salvation for Christianity other than a new revelation.
    • Cardinal Newman said was that he could see no salvation for
    • Christianity other than a new revelation! But he had not the
    • courage to take a new spiritual revelation
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    • come into being? Here I must touch upon a new aspect of
    • Holy Rishis, he knew, if he had been initiated into these
    • inherent in Paganism, a new wisdom, acquired by the
    • culture. This new wisdom must again be an
    • nothing himself towards acquiring a new wisdom, then,
    • fundamentally new ideas in all that this modern age
    • has produced? New ideas, new conceptions were given
    • in respect of ideas, there is nothing new.
    • But the primeval wisdom has run dry, and something new in the
    • undertake the labour entailed by really new ideas. And
    • mankind to-day is sorely in need of new ideas, especially
    • is really new.
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    • The seven-year periods as new impulses. The working of cosmic
    • musical. The pioneering task for a new medical study of the physician
    • newly oriented out of Anthroposophy. Contemplation of the primary
    • realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus are the
    • on the Copernican system. Kepler and Newton. We need a spiritual view
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    • Steiner will still be among us.” We knew, with that
    • Goetheanum, a new medical science must also be rebuilt, a
    • all were immediately united with the new stream which began
    • with the new founding of the General Anthroposophical Society
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    • red, he knew that a number of diseases — especially
    • through this medical consciousness. In my young days I knew a
    • spreading of our views if we were to devise an altogether new
    • receiving new forces of inspiration. A person who is
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    • the newly founded Anthroposophical Society.
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    • than the new. Which is worse—to be possessed by spirits
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    • With the change of teeth the human being really renews his
    • concerned, the human being is entirely new in comparison to
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    • understand perfectly that a new character is to come into the
    • do until the new patient is brought in, he throws in a few
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    • front of Libra, become New Moon. The moon in connection with
    • a new age did indeed dawn in humanity. To begin with, the old
    • are passing through the time between death and a new birth we
    • their passage between death and a new birth, to enter into
    • and a new birth. These were the people who were satisfied
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    • thoughts which no longer knew anything at all of the
    • thoroughly steeped in Arabism, he renewed the
    • between death and a new birth the human individuality
    • transforms into the new head organization the forces that
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    • which united us during these medical courses after New Year's
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    • old kidney substances and permits some new kidney substances
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    • look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • only because a new universe at once begins to dawn that we do
    • imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • of the moral a new natural world comes to birth.
    • for so it is when it is grasped in thoughts—new worlds
    • diluted into theory by Newton, was tabooed by the Roman
    • contributed towards the progress of our world, towards a new
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    • this in the new edition of the book (1918). What is thus
    • reality between death and a new birth. And just as here the
    • sense between death and a new birth, and merely rays into our
    • egohood, there unfolds within us a new reality leading into
    • by the will, new reality arises. Here we have — as if
    • semblance; and a new creation takes place in that through the
    • of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of matter.
    • only because whenever matter dies away, new matter comes into
    • and new ones written. It is the same with what comes into
    • where matter dies away into semblance and new matter arises,
    • semblance, and the future is a new creation in the condition
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    • fluidic-airy and life springs up in it anew so that around it green
    • tree is created anew; when the living sap again circulates in the
    • spring, every year the tree's life is renewed. The earth
    • living sap, and the woody stem, there is formed a new layer. Now I
    • form which arises there in the cambium — a new plant form
    • forces of the earth into a new plant.
    • stars, so that from the thick, sticky cambium the new plant is
    • the new plant form. This is preserved in the seed and grows again in
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    • discovered. You may have read in the newspapers a few days ago that a
    • is what a new science of medicine must help to promote; for then and
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    • ANTHROPOSOPHIC PRESS, INC., NEW
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    • The earth as Christ's body and as a new light
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    • to humanity in new forms, in new ways, for the needs of men change from
    • one epoch to another. In certain respects our epoch calls for a new
    • is nothing new, not even for us today; but its form is new. All that
    • Rose Cross. These knew that this event of the rebirth of the higher
    • in Him in a new way, and in a higher degree than would hitherto have
    • to speak — a new standard of values will arise.
    • who has just given birth to his higher ego. It is the same man I knew
    • a new man. That which existed previously is of no further importance.
    • propounded like a new Gospel, proclaiming: We look up to a sage such
    • springs ever new life, the immortal ego, symbolized by the roses on
    • at the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, these knew it, too. And the same
    • something new, so did I appear to bring tidings of what is burgeoning
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    • received by other men. Then he will attain anew, by means of these experiences,
    • in experience his life must be if he is to be capable of a new experience,
    • birth of Christ: as a new and higher Ego the Christ is born in the soul
    • He knew that upon whomsoever
    • delineation given by St. Luke. Clearly, he knew that he who was to receive
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    • part be illuminated today from another, a new angle. We need only turn to
    • that most profound document of the New Testament, familiar as the Gospel
    • beings: they had to detach themselves and establish a new existence
    • a lower stage; but now there appeared a new impetus, an impulse upward.
    • anew to appreciate these documents and to find in them their own evidence
    • because what they knew we have found again in Spiritual Science.
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    • again to work upon human forms. The human form received a new impetus
    • moon was followed by a period in which more and more new bodies kept
    • knew that the inner nature of man was not sufficiently prepared to receive
    • Him? It was the same Being the Rishis knew as Vishva Karman. What would
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    • that expressed themselves in love. But the leaders just mentioned knew
    • impulse — a new utterance resounded for the first time clearly
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    • knew that we are by no means rid of all the Luciferic influences as
    • in the culture we knew as the first post-Atlantean, which ran its course
    • still retained the dim, dull, clairvoyant consciousness and they knew
    • in the life between death and a new birth. When the soul left an ancient
    • after the baptism by John, a man knew: There is a spiritual world! In
    • being baptized they knew that they were something over and above what
    • — those who received the baptism in the right way. They knew,
    • the earth. He knew that what now pervaded the earth was identical with
    • burning bush and in the fire on Sinai; and he knew that the word Jahve
    • by John men knew not only that they were one with the spiritual world,
    • physical world and rendered barren his life between death and a new
    • find new means of comprehending Him. In former centuries other ways and
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    • one with the spirit underlying all things. — And he knew in addition
    • these inherited tendencies with overwhelming power. If they knew that
    • time anew whatever is inherited.
    • spirit, man can at least provide new strength for his spirit, can make
    • and the Christ baptism. The Christ impulse made it possible for a new
    • and within the every-day state of consciousness. These new initiates
    • in a new sense, in the Christ sense, was that the force which was in
    • the new, and thus even Christ had to transform the old initiation into
    • the new one gradually. He had to create a transition, so to speak; He
    • to an end. He knew that this ostensible death led to something higher,
    • had been performed upon Lazarus: Lazarus became an initiate in the new
    • the old to the new initiation.
    • deeper into the spirit of the New Testament.
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    • — He knew the procedure that led to the vision of the Man spirit;
    • or to understand the Christ nature at all. He knew initiation in the
    • knew, and he described Him as he himself saw Him.
    • Man spirit, and that is because this writer knew, so to speak, the Man
    • he knew. He was one of those who formerly had lived principally within
    • initiation. — Naturally the other Evangelists knew that, too;
    • struck by this Flight into Egypt? One who knew it from his own life;
    • and such a one did describe this particular journey because he knew
    • knew from his own initiation what a journey to Egypt meant to a great
    • light upon Him from the aspect he knew most intimately; and in view
    • knew that the Spirit first sought by Zarathustra in the sun as Ahura
    • also knew that this Spirit would have to enter a human body. What Paul
    • beheld in the sun by Zarathustra, Ahura Mazdao; and now he knew that
    • the Archangel Michael, by Professor Bernewitz.
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    • Evangelists knew well, hence they presented the entire narrative in
    • people Christ could inaugurate His new mission, which consisted in endowing
    • people can have no conception; and she knew that He referred to the
    • the others. Then she knew that something like an invisible spiritual
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    • of soul upon soul as described yesterday. And people knew that very
    • they knew to have been observed time and again. Turn to the Second Book
    • forces is an entirely new one: He is dealing with the woman who regained
    • her virginity through the Baptism, who recaptures the new, sprouting
    • forces of the virgin state. That was the wholly new factor which the
    • at that time knew quite well that a son, provided he was initiated in
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    • recognize it as having introduced a wholly new strain into the totality of
    • Earth evolution. We learned that something completely new entered this
    • had not come to provide new forces, to replace the old love engendered
    • by blood ties with a new spiritual love, we ask again, what would have
    • and mother. Also, in the days when men knew what course evolution would
    • men of old who foresaw the coming of Christ. But they also knew what
    • different, something wholly new, had to replace the old wisdom. Had
    • and Laios knew that this was the son who would kill him. He therefore
    • simply through heredity; that is, he knew the nature of man to the extent
    • That was a new sort of
    • a renewal of the whole relationship. It meant the lofty and enduring
    • divine, primordial wisdom; that this wisdom vanished; and that a new
    • wisdom had to come. And this new wisdom will carry men forward to a
    • inadequate is brought to us in a new light through the new revelation,
    • but the Gospel, the new wisdom, says: I bring tidings of what mankind
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    • forth; and he knew that if he were to force himself out of their reach
    • of the future, realized that a new impulse was indispensable for humanity.
    • thus spoke the old initiates who knew the signs of the time —
    • man from the abyss into which he must fall unless a new impulse reaches
    • to emerge just the same; but now, endowed with new life, new strength,
    • with new life, thus enabling the physical element — otherwise
    • the human etheric body by the Christ impulse — new life, after
    • like a flood of mighty new revelations it streams to us from the Gospel,
    • new way, but in a way implying that the world is a mechanism; and the
    • as to be no longer able to infuse new life into concepts, with the result
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    • he would have seen it shine forth in new colors. The deed on Golgotha
    • that no new cosmic body comes into being through the agglomeration of
    • a new spiritual center, a new sphere of activity. The formation of a
    • having been suffused at that time with a new force, through the newly
    • astral force it could start absorbing new vitality such as it will need
    • since — the earth's new radiance. They have taken the light of
    • at that time, as an effect of the Christ light, for something new to
    • illusory image of death, this new factor will nevertheless be rescued
    • from the wounds of Christ Jesus, a new cosmic center was created. We
    • That is the way new worlds come into being; and we must comprehend that
    • of a new sun.
    • becomes the seed of a new sun in the universe. If we feel this event,
    • the Cross becomes the seed from which a new sun will germinate, then
    • the tenth, and so on back to their birth — they knew that they
    • but their death as well, and they knew that something of spirit dwelt
    • of a new life sun. It is a false picture that shows death as synonymous
    • will contribute to a new sun and a new planetary system will be proportionate
    • whither He was about to depart? Yes, from now on they knew that He would
    • Now the disciples knew
    • is hidden the fount of transcendent life. Never would the new life sun
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    • The Earth as Christ's Body and as a New Light Center.
    • new element that arose and henceforth appeared side by side with the
    • and then for its form to wither and a new one to spring from its seed.
    • of strength between death and a new birth — in order that he may
    • the well-spring of a new life — and, as we learned yesterday,
    • of a new sun. And now that man has achieved an ego for all eternity,
    • here is the beginning of a new Sun evolution. And when all the last
    • the Christ impulse kindled a new light — and a cosmic sun begins
    • the new “Year 1” there occurred something of the most profound
    • as well. It can be said that with the event of Golgotha a new center
    • created a new light center; He permeates the earth, shines forth into
    • the Hebrew teachings. He knew that what Zarathustra had seen as Ahura
    • on Sinai — he knew that this had come nearer the earth, had approached,
    • his Hebrew initiation he knew that after the Christ Spirit had dwelt
    • spirit. That he knew; but hitherto he had not achieved the capacity
    • died on the Cross; for He Who, Paul knew, was to conquer death on the
    • earth had appeared to him as a spiritual living being. Now he knew the
    • meaning of the event of Golgotha: he knew that Christ was risen; for
    • back, and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus.
    • new light, to think of his own body as something external — when
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    • individual. Titurel. External crusades to Jerusalem are renewed
    • The necessary counterbalance and renewal through a free spiritual
    • could give rise to a new kingdom of nature between mineral and plant
    • between old and new thinking. The Gospel of John as testimony that
    • the crusades; Alfred Suess; Oswald Spengler. Possibility of renewal
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    • He knew the structure of the brain as well as anyone can know
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    • connect the memory-activity, leading to the renewal of
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    • sphere on his way to a new birth and has been received by it
    • teachers of wisdom knew that no human beings would exist on
    • the words. One knew that the human being had drawn the words
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    • individual. Titurel. External crusades to Jerusalem are renewed
    • the earlier periods of Greek culture, every individual knew
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    • centuries. A new spirituality has indeed emerged since then
    • has emerged as the newest opponent against anthroposophical
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    • strove for a new Dionysian art. This pervades his first work,
    • Old and New Faith
    • He attempted to revive Socratism by trying to breathe new life
    • something original, to discover new gods and smash the
    • productive new impulse. Thus, from these wounds sprang forth
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    • who to some extent knew what to make of these dogmas, but it
    • Due to that, people in Europe knew little of Oriental
    • they knew the nature of the Spirit of the Heights. This Soma
    • fifteenth century, the new spirituality dawned; the time
    • the body. People now have to work their way anew into the
    • attitude that takes the new intellectuality seriously and
    • thus arriving at a new spirituality. The modern world is
    • a new way for the use of human beings.
    • example, on many pages in the newest edition of the magazine
    • it can fill itself inwardly with an understanding for the new
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    • renewing an ancient form of life, above all, not by moving in
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    • be elevated to a new civilization.
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    • since fifteenth century. The necessary counterbalance and renewal through
    • itself well-acquainted with the effects of this new mentality
    • it is coming to life again, assuming new forms and seeking to
    • population has slept through, namely, the new age that has in
    • might say, is certainly the newest phase of the Ormuzd
    • bring to bear as the Ormuzd initiation in the new form for
    • only on a new stage. Yesterday, I listed the other stages
    • 1914 approaching in which a quite new England emerges. Only
    • of the new England correctly.
    • the spirit itself that flows in with each new human being
    • the spirit descending with each new human life in order to
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    • imbued with new life when the rays of the sun illuminate the
    • The fact that these forces continuously work to renew the
    • by the date of his birth. For these wise men knew quite well
    • earthworm-state to a new spirituality.
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    • rise to a new kingdom of nature between mineral and plant in the form of
    • receiving new impulses into their soul life. All this will
    • given us by way of new Imaginations in which the existence of
    • through new Imagination and through spiritual science in
    • bound up with the moon existence in the earth in that new
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    • seventeenth centuries, people knew nothing of John Scotus
    • these individuals still knew something of an earlier
    • preserved alongside the new. Therefore, the same intellect
    • the New Faith, which preaches total atheism, occupied itself
    • Erigena still knew from ancient traditions. Now, we who
    • conceptions of the New Testament once more from the
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    • World decline and world dawn. Erigena between old and new thinking. The
    • crusades; Alfred Suess; Oswald Spengler. Possibility of renewal based on
    • made possible the new civilization, definitely retained such
    • antiquity knew nothing of electricity and electric currents.
    • the earth and knew that something was in the earth that also
    • of the earth, the beginning of a new kingdom, the dawn of
    • as the New Jerusalem, the kingdom where the human being lives
    • understood by it, did take place. The new age is here, but it
    • new originates anymore on the earth. Certainly, as an
    • that we have arrived in the New Jerusalem.
    • a legacy is gone; it is no more. New things must be
    • the Crusades. They really accomplished nothing new, for
    • again but not as something new. The mathematical and
    • beginning of the fifteenth century were the only new
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    • worlds between death and a new birth. When the time
    • and a new birth and then shapes the human corporeality
    • death and a new birth. It shapes the body for its use. When I
    • and I dwell in it until the new birth.
    • different soul-spirit essence, which ever and again forms new
    • bodies and passes through the period between death and a new
    • The soul-spirit being that finds its way from death to a new
    • — took on new life.
    • and others. It was, however, a completely new element that the
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    • death and a new birth; it may be called the world of
    • Newton except the head? Newton lives on in history as a head
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    • between the newly empowered Spirits of Personality and the
    • potentiality of his own personality the new form of thoughts
    • the thoughts. And he could accept this new state of things
    • invariably dispatch them to Europe, and the newly empowered
    • between death and a new life, by the individual himself who
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    • man knew that even if the Earth did indeed perish, the
    • cosmos would be there in the future. Man knew that it was not
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    • living thinking between death and a new birth. It is just
    • something within them was given new life. These experiences
    • form. He was given a new impulse. This was because the
    • it and it must again and again be formed anew. This is what
    • other part cannot move directly to a new position but must
    • come about, we must achieve new understanding by beginning
    • shall renew our connection with the environment. We participate
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    • this enigma; knew that man had become mortal through a
    • souls would be lost. Need for Earth to receive a new
    • new impulse, first recognized by the devils He had
    • the world. Faith must lift our moral ideas to a new
    • condition. The Mystery of Golgotha brings a new impulse
    • moral values. Nero the first psychoanalyst. He knew
    • that the old order was doomed, that a new turning-point
    • knew of the existence of a primordial wisdom which had
    • the spirit new creative possibilities will come.
    • is an urgent need today for new impulses, thoughts and
    • renewal, but only through the Catholic Church.
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    • new edition was one of the last books to be confiscated by
    • any more than the Roman Cardinals knew what they were
    • who were still familiar with the old traditions knew of
    • knew how difficult it was to hold orthodox opinions whilst at
    • all those who knew anything of the reality and traditions of
    • way on to the statute book — when this new modernized
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    • times knew this instinctively. It was modern materialism that
    • men knew at the time of the Mysteries that the story of
    • renewed. The God is still within you.”
    • spiritual insight people knew that the soul would be
    • was approaching when the spirits of men would incarnate anew
    • received a new impulse, then, in future incarnations, man
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    • and has always disapproved of change, but a new impulse must
    • the devils to speak because they knew Him.” Spiritual
    • before mankind had the slightest inkling of it. They knew it
    • will be possible to read the newspaper in its phosphorescent
    • also knew personally those pupils of the Apostles who had seen
    • Christ cherished them faithfully in their hearts and knew
    • a new soul is created. He was an advocate of
    • moving towards a new glacial epoch or towards entropy. But
    • and creates out of them a new world: “Heaven and Earth
    • the future Earth, into Jupiter. We then have a totally new
    • solid reality? To achieve this transformation a new impulse
    • It must make our moral ideas a reality, lift them to a new
    • plane and create a new world out of them. It is important
    • time the Mystery of Golgotha will bring a new impulse in
    • preparation for the new Jupiter evolution in which the future
    • with a new vitalizing force, which is revealed from time to
    • “seed” of a new world order as seen by
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    • stamens and so a new individual arises. Schelver firmly
    • new theory of pollination would doubtless be most welcome
    • forth an entirely new plant. But they now lack the vital
    • energies to do this; they require a new stimulus from
    • they have deteriorated. In consequence a new situation has
    • is, in the new stimulus which the Mystery of Golgotha brought
    • The new
    • if the Mystery of Golgotha had not brought a new spiritual
    • as I have done, of a new conception of the
    • that this new conception can be scientifically demonstrated,
    • meaning with the new powers that the Christ Impulse has
    • the world; no new laws can originate there. But to those who
    • the Scribes, must approach the world in a new light, as
    • accommodate ourselves to this new outlook. Occasionally one
    • reproduction. The spores fall to the ground where a new
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    • metamorphosis, that is, if the new individual had been able
    • becomes a powerful impulse towards a new understanding of
    • him from a new angle, so that he reveals once again his
    • teachers, the hierophants of ancient times, knew full well
    • me and which will bring new Mysteries, for the old Mysteries
    • spiritual principles embodied in those Mysteries. He knew
    • the Baptist knew was also known to Nero. For Nero also knew
    • Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” Nero also knew that the
    • Parousia, the Second Advent, is a reality. Nero knew that a
    • new order was imminent, but it was not to his liking. Hence
    • was then nearing its end and would have to begin anew. But in
    • persists after the new impulse has already begun to operate.
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    • this new material so that our later enquiry may bear
    • devils knew who Christ was. On the other hand Christ Himself
    • they knew He was the Christ.”
    • them suffered them not to speak: for they knewLuke IV, 41).
    • world therefore knew of His advent. The more informed leaders
    • a people they received the gods of the newly conquered people
    • They knew that the visible image of the gods concealed real
    • realize that the new impulse had come from the spiritual
    • echoed again and again in the New Testament, what lies behind
    • into their pantheon as a new god amongst the other gods
    • knew no other way of bringing his message home to the tyrant,
    • be a new innovation. But in fact we are simply witnessing a
    • cult acts. People knew that in earlier times wisdom was not
    • spiritual worlds. They knew that in primordial times priests
    • miscarried. Instead of establishing a new Rome on the site of
    • Troy, he decided to found a new city, Constantinople,
    • hidden impulses of Rome to a new site and so restore them to
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    • the Spirit which is concealed behind the Sun. He knew that
    • he knew that the policies he proposed to embark upon could
    • we seek to introduce new impulses into world evolution by
    • initiation he knew that the human soul was related to the
    • decided to approach the problem from another angle. His new
    • are vain. For even if we believe that Christ has brought new
    • albumen, it would be possible to read the newspaper in its
    • criticism offered nothing new that was not already known to
    • reading the Jewish scriptures. The New Testament is full of
    • the Tübingen school of New Testament research, and
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    • himself in a new light. But this knowledge made considerable
    • were aware of the real meaning of the Mystery teachings knew
    • experience an inner intimation, a kind of modern renewal of
    • for them, they are transformed and acquire new life. (I am
    • have newly arisen in me I owe to Christ; they could never
    • thing. Hellenism must be renewed from within and
    • unquestionably will be renewed. We must find the path to the
    • historical events in a new and different light.
    • “the new orientation”. And Knauer continues:
    • voice of Kant or the voice of the “new
    • renew it — certainly not the American people, and in
    • the spirit new creative possibilities must arise.”
    • spirit new creative possibilities will arise! The power of
    • leaders of new movements, men of original mind,
    • representatives of new principles, though they may lead to
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    • present epoch has need of new impulses, new thoughts and
    • news of the outside world. These are echoes of the ancient
    • completely new. It had taught us to integrate the individual
    • life with something completely new. And he proceeded to
    • are to build afresh it must be from totally new foundations.
    • If we are to bring about a spiritual renewal we must make a
    • world or — omnia instaurare in Christo” (to renew
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    • Then evolution continues and takes on a new course. These two
    • main stream of Christianity, to be a new flowering of
    • indicated as a new path to the Christ. This idea which we
    • concerned with the physical world? The initiates knew that
    • deny it. And they knew that this denial merely creates
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    • SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK
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    • pp.386–388 Second Edition, 1980, Steinerbooks, New York.
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    • between death and a new birth; judgment and conclusion; the human
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    • that new place. In our human body, we are as much physical
    • something essentially new, and it was for him a quite
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    • longer knew much about the mysteries of the world. This logic
    • concepts of a new spiritual science. If these writings are
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    • weaving that are active between death and a new birth,
    • own soul-spiritual being lives, between death and a new
    • death and a new birth and has entered into physical, sensory
    • which man continuously builds up his organism anew.
    • space, for if we only rightly knew where and how to look, we
    • new birth. This corresponds to an inner perception, but
    • between death and a new birth we speak — if I may
    • new birth. Just as between birth and death we possess a body,
    • just as here we are embodied, so between death and a new
    • was ours between death and a new birth does not cease at the
    • new death. This force that we possess until birth persists,
    • we possessed between death and a new birth. This picture is
    • existence between death and a new birth.
    • and between death and a new birth a spiritual garment. The
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    • the realms that lie between death and a new birth. I said
    • entire life between death and a new birth. And when we enter
    • a new incarnation, it is these forces that were in the lungs
    • between death and a new birth these thoughts do compel us;
    • and a new birth — are actually very different from each
    • brought about. The I between death and a new birth goes first
    • long development between death and a new birth, then coming
    • new life.
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    • other side between death and a new birth.
    • some time between death and a new birth. Then the pictures
    • were, at the height of life between death and a new birth,
    • being therefore arrives at a new physical life, still before
    • now of the new limbs and the metabolism. This thus
    • the cosmos when we are born. Our will is able to renew itself
    • between death and a new birth from the Midnight Hour of
    • about in becoming; he must renew it again and again. In
    • new will, but the thought separates itself and finds our
    • the practical life as something important. Recently a news
    • as a bookkeeper, or whatever. He knew that if a person could
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    • spiritual and in that way wanted to create something new.
    • new, does not try to use these naturalistic whimsies of our
    • present age, but creates something new by being able to grasp
    • in a new way the stream of the eternal beauty; he grasps that
    • which is eternal in a new way so that art remains art. And
    • like. He knew how to unite himself with all that in a true
    • renew, as he called it, a way of speaking which belonged to
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    • themselves to the human being as if we knew nothing about
    • that something new can continuously be woven into the world
    • by the beings of these next three Hierarchies. The new
    • a new birth. There we live through everything that is
    • external must become the inner in our new state of post
    • learn between death and a new birth to work in that sphere in
    • prepare that which again can lead into a new incarnation.
    • new birth.
    • understand something of this life between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth, there already begins that
    • the first half of the life between death and a new birth.
    • new birth,
    • had to wait until he knew about the breathing process in a
    • able to think unless he knew about the breathing process. You
    • into existence between death and a new birth as in a large
    • have new discoveries. Today we have machines only because we
    • should be, then the Christ when He appears in His new form
    • century needs it, needs it in order to take up a new form.
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    • continuous and also the newly creative configuration of that
    • the physical world and not to work out new concepts. All the
    • from the Greco-Latin period. There have not been any real new
    • concepts were only applied in a new way upon the processes.
    • Darwinism never brought in one single new concept of
    • one single new concept has arisen since the beginning of the
    • streams of the 4th post-Atlantean period. One knew an immense
    • significance. There in the British occult life they knew the
    • Western Europe and Italy. They knew what one person must do,
    • occultists knew very well when there was such a person who is
    • influencing in any way; she brings a quite new knowledge out
    • of her own ether body. Their goal was that this new knowledge
    • The intention of these brothers was to put a certain new
    • whole new situation was now created. Here was a personality
    • who knew much of the occult knowledge which the secret orders
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    • situations. Goethe knew this very well and he brought it to
    • this is not poetical; they still knew something about the
    • post-Atlantean period, people knew about this because they
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    • find in these ancient religious writings that the people knew
    • impart themselves to these elementary beings so that a new
    • the 17th century, there were sensitive natures who knew: The
    • new soul forces which came in as replacements for it. They
    • being who knew that now is the time for a sudden change, that
    • case of mediumistic clairvoyance where he knew he was going
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    • interesting thesis in the 1820's. At that time iodine, a new
    • immortality. Fichte, Hegel, many others knew that the human
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    • founded a new church and it still continues as the Anglican
    • was to found a new church, but he did not really want to
    • produce new teachings for it, therefore he continued the old
    • the new institution of the English Church. Then the
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    • which they knew very well from their training. This was able
    • knew that the day begins. They arose, then gathered in the
    • All this was accomplished because the Jesuits knew how to
    • However, they believe everything that is in this newspaper
    • What are our altars? The newspapers and things of that sort
    • the newspaper. He reappeared and the audience burst out
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    • to bring our attention to the fact that they knew of their
    • death. They knew this not only theoretically, but they
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    • the new world conception idealism and that they put the main
    • combines it all together, he founds a universal newspaper and
    • billionaire; he establishes a universal newspaper; he writes
    • The Renewal of Austria Political Programs
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    • civilization becoming more external. New impulses in
    • newness of history as a science and need to bring in the life
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    • new approach to education, going into the subject in some
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    • has been preparing for centuries. The new element wanting to
    • also knows that people actually no longer knew how to use the
    • has failed to wake up and take notice, were to lead to a new
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    • acquired habits will have to go and a new way of thinking and
    • seriously still knew of these things. After this,
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    • before that the new and different views presented to them are
    • the New Testament words that are fundamental in this respect:
    • are not new — I had a photograph of my certificate of
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    • how swiftly this has gone, that new and different fabulous
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • new forms over and over again. This is what really
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    • number of short chapters in the new book because the times
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    • The New Spirituality
    • Astyphilos who knew how to interpret dreams. Astyphilos was
    • if news were to get around — not in the old form but in a
    • new one — that Woodrow Wilson had taken his inspiration
    • still knew this at the end of the eighteenth century —
    • eighteenth century, Saint-Martin knew that if we are to have
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    • knew full well the nature of this ahrimanic spirit. To some
    • of their innocence and knew themselves to be in the
    • The new inwardness of life of which I have spoken has many
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    • completely new spirit. It will involve many sacrifices. But
    • which has new
    • develop new ideas, which also have not existed before. Let me
    • realization. We must take a new look at events, for the
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    • the question comes up: ‘Why was a particular newspaper
    • before the war and would have written new works. He would
    • will not get us out of it and that new ideas are needed, the
    • effort must be made to gain new ideas, and this is only
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    • today. A certain group of people knew of the facts of which I
    • have spoken; they knew that the events I have described as
    • would ever fail to make new literary works widely known? You
    • stages of becoming what it is today. A new literary work
    • mass of people to know nothing of radically new developments
    • the world comes to an end, people will read their newspapers
    • next to our own. If they still knew how to do it, they would
    • return again and again to learn new things. On the other
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    • No one in the newspaper world is, of course, going to admit
    • It alone will be able to let new life arise from the dying
    • forms of the present life of mind and intellect — new
    • also needs new stimulus. Yesterday I spoke of how difficult
    • recommend that you read the new issue of
    • the old style, even if it is thought to be in a very new
    • opportunity of getting old and new absolutely side by side
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    • are ever new in earth existence. Both are necessary. It is
    • new population consisting entirely of Europeans has arrived
    • prejudices as new ideals.
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    • but it is certainly true that anthroposophy throws a new and much
    • evidence of their being used up without anything new taking
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    • combinations are always new. It is therefore not possible to
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    • nearly such a long time. Numbers of them knew the poems of Homer from
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    • death and a new birth man lives through what was thus engraved in his
    • the period stretching between death and a new birth. The Spiritual
    • other side of the Threshold. A new factor comes into play. That which
    • this new factor is that a sentence or an utterance which, in
    • between death and a new birth, or of understanding what we have to
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    • given out, the two lectures which are now reprinted in a new
    • interpretation of that apocalyptic event described in the New
    • manifest in the flesh. But now new faculties of perception are
    • possessing these new faculties. At first He will be seen by a
    • further and further in time to come, bringing ever new gifts and
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    • earth-lives. New experiences are possible as the result of
    • year 1899, new faculties of soul begin to emerge as natural
    • Abraham, Moses, Solomon — will be recognisable in a new
    • form to men who have experienced the new Christ Event by means of
    • Through the new Christ Event, the communion between souls
    • Moses manifests in a new form on the Christian Mystics: the
    • the third millennium when there will be a renewal of the
    • Abraham-epoch, bringing a new kind of clairvoyance, a new
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    • rise to new questions, when those answers in turn become questions
    • followed by new answers, and so on. In this way progress is
    • nearer and nearer. It is therefore inevitable that new members may be
    • answer given by reincarnation will be followed by new questions
    • earth, if he returns again and again in new incarnations, what is the
    • we pass through each of them, we can learn new things, have new
    • are continually passing through new experiences. But something else,
    • spiritual life that are more or less new or still quite
    • time and they knew: There is indeed a spiritual world. The spiritual
    • knew with certainty: “I am a member of a spiritual world,
    • and with every new incarnation became more firmly established in this
    • a kind of knowledge of truth, as something that the soul still knew
    • of it. What men now actually knew from their own experience was the
    • appeared repeatedly on the earth in new incarnations, in the course
    • souls enter into new conditions in which there are always new
    • what was at stake at that point of time and knew what it signified
    • that the Dark Age has run its course and a new age is beginning, when
    • slowly and by degrees the souls of men will change and new faculties
    • we have now to live on into a new age. What is beginning is slowly
    • preparing men for new faculties of soul.
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    • humanity needs a spiritual impetus, something like a new impulse for
    • Attempts to construct new repetitions according to the pattern of
    • of Moses. The spirit of Moses does indeed come to life again in a new
    • through these faculties. But on the other hand, in the new
    • evident fairly soon, as the renewal of the Abraham-epoch
    • first rudiments of a new faculty of clairvoyance that quite certainly
    • desire, will have the new, natural clairvoyance. A distinction must,
    • and that from epoch to epoch new faculties appear in men. But if no
    • the Divine was brought down into the brain; in passing into a new
    • renewed in similar repetitions. A time is approaching when more and
    • more of what existed in pre-Christian centuries will be renewed for
    • and Eckhart knew with all certainty that when there dawned within
    • will be experienced in a new and different form. And what will this
    • he knew that some day an Individuality would descend to the earth,
    • representing to humanity the One who conquers death. He knew: an
    • significance than any other physical happening. Paul knew this.
    • And he knew something else as well from the ancient Hebraic
    • the Sun Spirit, Paul knew that through the Christ Impulse there would
    • spiritual sphere of the earth that he knew: Now He is here! And from
    • presence! He knew: He who is now revealed in the sphere of the earth
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    • A new translation by V. E. W. and C. D.
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    • Initiation-Knowledge — New and Old
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    • thus be sure of coming on something entirely new to him, and
    • was an advance when people knew that if we sail round the earth we
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    • organism, so that spiritually we feel that a new world is opening out
    • had around them people who knew nothing of nature in the Copernican
    • nature and in conformity with it — is that a new
    • could lead them on to nature. The new Initiation-knowledge must begin
    • Kepler, Newton and others. This light has then to be rescued,
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    • from the new is that in the old Initiation a man was reminded of what
    • giving new life to the plant world, or a being who, never incarnating
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    • still hold good in heavenly spheres. When by such means a new
    • that Newton, the English physicist and natural philosopher,
    • things anew — we feel reverent wonder at the dreamlike
    • shall be speaking about this road from death to a new
    • and a new birth, so these impulses acquire the force that otherwise
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    • indeed, between earthly death and a new earthly life. Tomorrow
    • the realm of the old Initiation-knowledge (which must be renewed to-day
    • evolution of Earth and Cosmos during his life between death and a new
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    • for students of the new Mysteries, is what a man first experiences on
    • ancient times, when people knew about these worlds, that it becomes
    • repeatedly during a man's life between death and a new birth. And as
    • and waking for a healthy life, between death and a new birth we have
    • through between death and a new birth — whether you call it
    • itself. In this way, between death and a new birth, we progress
    • description of a man's experience between death and a new birth in
    • death and a new birth we have to form our own thoughts in keeping
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    • between death and a new birth. There, everything a man achieves flows
    • the world where we live between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth we are in the spiritual world —
    • this to yourselves vividly. In the life between death and a new birth a
    • things attention must be drawn anew by Spiritual Science; it must show how
    • a new birth, he is in connection with the dwellers on other stars,
    • these new organs, not fully formed when first we leave the soul-world
    • death and a new birth, something of the forces of Jupiter and also of
    • between death and a new birth, which I have now described in relation to the
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    • by going through these experiences between death and a new birth we look
    • all he has done, thought and felt. But he cannot prepare his new
    • new earthly life, he is able to enter into a different relation with
    • world between death and a new birth, we experience in memory past
    • experience between death and a new birth, becomes cosmological
    • Moon to a new Sun wisdom, for which we must learn to have an
    • can advance only if a new impulse from the spirit is accepted. This
    • new Bodhisattva to bring them in his own way something of which the
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    • how this experience of the past has to be renewed between death and
    • before rising to a new existence as that Sun of which our Sun, now
    • faculty arising in the child comes from his new orientation in space;
    • the Earth has passed through death and risen to a new planetary
    • new birth proves to have changed — no longer 2,160 years for
    • life between death and a new birth can be consciously shortened.
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    • existence beyond the Earth is able constantly to give new life to
    • anxiety. They knew that a crisis was coming for mankind. They knew
    • to picture how in human evolution there was to be, in a new,
    • the New Testament, was exterminated root and branch by the later
    • though they knew of it only in a greatly changed and weakened form
    • the man himself knew nothing of this, it was there in his life and
    • phenomena. I knew Breuer well; he was a man of depth; and, because he
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    • puzzles taken from newspapers; this leads only to pedantry. On
    • ill, but she knew what it meant to be ill, for she was ill also. She
    • strange contradiction that each knew only what might help the other
    • one, but for himself and herself knew no means of help. This
    • determine his own way in later times through the new clairvoyance. It
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science as a
    • through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social forms.
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • basis as a means for social action and renewal.
    • social renewal. Like a slow-growing plant they begin to open
    • concerned themselves with social renewal. We are a group who
    • forms developed by these Camphill communities are new types
    • villages we have enabled exciting relationships, new ways and
    • new values of labor to emerge and for these strivings this
    • truly new ways of understanding the impulses and efforts of
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • through the science of the spirit is allowed to mold new social
    • (Bio-Dynamic method), architecture, drama, the new art of
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • anthroposophical movement. I cordially welcome all the newly
    • they can carry back with them many new inspirations. Among
    • there must have been around 280 of them. Now, many new
    • that in a certain sense words acquire a new meaning through
    • new kind of spiritual life. Things are happening in the world
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • and, as I have mentioned before, Lenin is the new czar, only
    • something truly new is needed in order to overcome the last
    • of the new spirit lives in them. Yet, this new spirit is
    • needed. And if this new spirit is not present in the great
    • Likewise, if this new spirit is not contained in the party
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • from a number of newspaper reports of the last few days
    • uncovering of new sources of spiritual science. We need this
    • conditions of our civilization the new structure demanded by
    • due to this enigma. New light must be shed, after all, on all
    • of Golgotha anew based on a new teaching. This is what must
    • this striving of humanity and the creation of a new
    • time with new impressions, only then are the true forms of
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • abstraction. The new initiation science, on the other hand,
    • about man's faculties between death and a new birth if we do
    • newspapers
    • and death but also his life between death and a new birth is
    • validity for the life between death and a new birth; the
    • Towards Social Renewal.
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • spiritual world that we live in between death and a new
    • existence. The world we inhabit between death and a new
    • Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and a New Birth,
    • and a new birth. It is vital that on the basis of the
    • terminology which actually does not designate anything new.
    • Towards Social Renewal,
    • Towards Social Renewal
    • only become reality when this new imperialism (that of the
    • it, namely, from newspapers and books. He does not know life.
    • newspapers and books. Particularly the people in leading
    • circles know life just from newspapers. Think of all that we
    • have experienced in this regard through newspapers, by means
    • comedies, that they knew the events occurring in a comedy
    • knew only from Ibsen or Dostoevsky, or a life they knew in a
    • vicariously from newspapers or books such as exist today. I
    • for destruction, with a new abstract formula, with new
    • Towards Social Renewal,
    • Towards Social Renewal,
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • tendencies of the West. Look at newspapers today that are
    • everywhere, say, in newspapers as well as in ordinary popular
    • sentiment, the conceptual form, expressed in a newspaper from
    • even New York or Chicago than there is between the present
    • mention him in newspaper articles, they only perceive the
    • between death and a new birth prior to being drawn down to
    • Towards Social Renewal,
    • americanized by the German newspapers and writers of
    • well have called Berlin, New York, apart from the difference
    • merely pick up a newspaper and read Prince Max von Baden's
    • Towards Social Renewal.
    • Middle, and from the East — naturally in a renewed form,
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • today in books and newspapers in Central Europe, in Vienna or
    • related to what is being thought in Chicago or New York than
    • renewal. Even what people in our schools read and hear about
    • renewal, for the times are critical indeed.
    • simply be renewed by us. Rather, we must ask, if we wish to
    • new initiation, through the new spiritual science. It is
    • nerves-and-senses being, to the science of the new
    • initiation; acquiring from this new initiation the ways and
    • and now that of the West. We need a new science of initiation
    • we do not strive for this new initiation science. We will
    • scientific branches born of the new initiation and inquire
    • we achieve a new economic life, if we do not understand that
    • resulting for us from the new Mysteries, which are here
    • can bring progress to mankind must emerge out of the new
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • a political newspaper in Bamberg. Then he was principal of a
    • relatively quickly with the life of his new surroundings.
    • form the whole new cultural striving, that took hold of him
    • our spiritual life, for we intend to bring a new
    • Now I would like to read you a news item
    • Excellency.” Upon settling down in his new positions,
    • news item:
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • which the ancient mystery wisdom was drawn, but now in a new
    • movements that emerge today and forge a new creed and
    • the world we live in between death and a new birth is a
    • tapestry. The world we enter between death and a new birth is
    • fructified by a new spiritual science, and it will be less
    • constructive new direction. It is, however, as I pointed out
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • saying that man is a temple of the divine emerges anew from
    • up anew; from new sources it must have new forces. What must
    • — it is this that is newly trying to come into the
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • new viewpoints; thus, conviction increasingly gains in
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • of a new content by human beings on their own. They then
    • create this new content not merely for human life in the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIV
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • a new thread of life from himself.
    • new outgrowth of the metabolism, just as blossom and fruit
    • we will understand anew what nonsense it is to speak of the
    • human being must feel a bond with the world order. In a new
    • This newly
    • about the decline. The only hope for renewal can come from
    • are they willing to create and draw from a new source? This
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • of interpreting the heavenly signs. For one knew that when a
    • in the cosmos outside the earthly sphere. One knew that the
    • present receive news such as this, how government officials
    • labor. One reads this like any other news item, and does not
    • not swept away, who could have begun the new life, did not
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • Towards Social Renewal.
    • Towards Social Renewal
    • the transformed new way of thinking.
    • which, in a new way, approaches the Mystery of Golgotha and
    • feeling, we must make a new beginning especially in regard to
    • death and a new birth. There it appears again. This is the
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • been a matter of course to publish a new edition. I opposed
    • the printing of a new edition for the simple reason that the
    • expected. A new edition would have been meaningful only if my
    • that is written in the different kinds of newspapers today,
    • is written today in Paris, Rome, London, Chicago or New York
    • New York, London, Paris and Rome than the spirit of Herder,
    • whether, from among the sleeping souls of the new
    • hear something. In my innermost soul I knew how matters
    • stood. For I knew that as long as the leaders who remain from
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • civilization, which is doomed to decline unless new forces
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    • Incidental reflections on the occasion of the new edition
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    • new era — the removal of the pope to Avignon 1303, the
    • universalist impulse of Catholicism brought no new creative
    • Consciousness Soul signifies a new relationship to the
    • mankind will be led to a renewed experience of the Mystery of
    • Secondly, a new understanding will be developed. Men will be
    • of the new edition of ‘The Philosophy of
    • of the new edition of ‘Goethes Weltanschauung’
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    • destroyed three Russian armies (1222–3). A renewed
    • newly formed Communist party 1918. With K. Liebknecht
    • names of Locke, Hobbes, Hume and Newton; in France with
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture I: The Birth of the Consciousness Soul
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    • the birth of the Consciousness Soul. The new consciousness
    • new orientation.
    • soul. We see everywhere new creative impulses entering into
    • present epoch brings to birth nothing new; at best we can
    • new creative ideas, not fresh spiritual insights, but the
    • into a new mould. Whereas these traditional ideas had
    • But this did not lead to the birth of new ideas, a new
    • question, but no new symbol is found to replace them. The
    • a new relationship to these problems but does not herald the
    • birth of new impulses.
    • When this new
    • new, but show the traditional past under new forms as the
    • point of view. All the new developments from the fifteenth
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    • was in every respect a man of the new age and was involved in
    • search for a new mission, for an idea that was new and
    • new one. But on the other hand if he remains passive, what
    • Now as the new
    • the nineteenth century, something new is being prepared. Up
    • because, when so many currents are active, the new
    • preparation of the new age and gradually attracted to itself
    • be summarized roughly as follows: as a result of the new
    • do not lead to a solution, but to ever new conflicts and end
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    • their notice. Even where they searched for new motives they
    • notable benefit from these voyages of discovery. In the newly
    • marks the beginning of the machine age, and with it a new era
    • Goethe saw Saint-Hilaire as the leader of a new school of
    • Therefore Goethe saw the dawn of a new epoch when Geoffroy de
    • Saint-Hilaire prepared the ground for a new scientific
    • principles on which men Base what they call the new order
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    • they open themselves to the new revelation of the
    • of new ideas. For when we speak of real evolution in mankind
    • we are concerned only with new ideas. Everything else —
    • death. It is a question of making new ideas effective. As you
    • upon this subject over recent decades — these new ideas
    • especially to new and modern ideas, for the simple reason
    • — this modern idea of something entirely new which was
    • is motivated by a totally new economic impulse lives
    • impact of the machine age. For the new and powerful
    • for cafe gossip. Equally the new banking practices, etcetera,
    • introduced by the bourgeoisie are wholly unsuited to the new
    • of the machine age. In this new order the proletarian is
    • the seventies to develop new ideas. Let us look at this a
    • dawn of a new age. But, owing to the characteristics of the
    • impregnation with a new spiritual revelation, death through
    • perish, because new forms must replace the old.
    • a kind of Mystery of Golgotha is to be experienced anew, evil
    • salvation of mankind. We can say that we owe the new impulse
    • strange paradox mankind is led to a renewed experience of the
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    • man who has not the slightest desire to accept these new
    • advocates of a renewal of the spirit who explain to people
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VI: Brief Reflections on the Publication of the New Edition of 'The Philosophy of Freedom'
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    • permeated and fertilized by the new. Alongside the
    • one could observe the profound influence of the new artistic
    • servant of nobody, that settest up no new law, but dost
    • the ideas contained in the book (for I knew that at first few
    • new outlook. But ultimately a touch of the Bölsche crept
    • all the Berlin newspapers to task and told the Berlin critics
    • the present epoch and the new trends, we perceive that what
    • called new social ideas of Wilsonism, etcetera.
    • spiritual experiences, that day will herald a new dawn for
    • i.e. to seek for new forms of life from out of the spirit.
    • and political domain, that day will mark the dawn of a new
    • that day will herald a new dawn! People listen to all sorts
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1951.
    • New York, 1928 and as
    • Rudolf Steiner Publications, New Jersey, 1960.
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    • Incidental Reflections on the Occasion of the New Edition of
    • latter in particular scarcely knew a word of English; in fact
    • antediluvian. Even though it accepts new discoveries, this
    • to those who could have brought a new creative impulse. If
    • Press, New York, 1928.
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    • Alexandria and was given new impetus in Antioch. Athanasius
    • new development if one imagines that the effect follows
    • brother is newly born there can be no question of equality.
    • knew intimately some eighteen or twenty years ago and with
    • performed on the public stage. I knew him intimately at that
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    • The New Revelation of the Spirit
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    • necessary for man to seek within himself as it were a new
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    • time, makes new and different demands on man's powers of
    • a new and different conception of wherein the finding of
    • many new demands result simply from the fundamental premises
    • makes a man think in an altogether new way. It makes
    • other things than before, but to perceive in a new way. When
    • learning to look at the world in a new way through my
    • age of the evolution of the Spiritual Life), altogether new
    • Assemblies to bring about a new social order. For in the
    • there was some new watchword, some new piece of instruction
    • Germany, once more there was a new patriotic slogan: Do not
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    • instinctively. It is a new instinct that has arisen in the
    • concerning those things of which I knew that they cannot yet
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    • The New Revelation of the Spirit
    • towards the future, new revelations are breaking through the
    • new Revelations are breaking through into the spiritual
    • events. Hence there must be a renewal of many things in our
    • right in ancient times, has become antiquated. New
    • albeit men are not yet willing to admit them. The new
    • the new conceptions. The Christian conceptions too will have
    • Science wishes to do justice; the new revelations of the
    • be stated in terms of these new revelations.
    • behind the revelations that are breaking newly into human
    • intensity a new creative principle must now be instilled into
    • as a new spiritual essence into the evolution of the age.
    • the heavens are sending new revelations down to men, and
    • to say if it did not have to herald and proclaim new
    • the expression of a new creative principle, brought into the
    • coming towards humanity, is the new revelation from the
    • allow that which is to come — the new revelation of the
    • These new Spirits of Darkness find an opportunity to realize
    • Post-Atlantean age a new possibility has arisen; for today,
    • the new revelations of the heavens breaking in upon us with a
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    • new revelations of the Spirit are penetrating through the
    • a new revelation. The Spirits of Personality, therefore, are
    • the starting point of new knowledge, new revelations for
    • only an advance guard — for a renewed penetration of
    • believer in authority this may sound like something new; but
    • they knew that the leaders of the nations were Archangeloi,
    • themselves. This belongs to the new revelation: — we
    • we live in the time between death and a new birth. Yet this
    • Christianity to grasp the Christian truths in a new way. This
    • through the new way of comprehension.
    • renewed intensity: What is it that has brought about the
    • the social question, and it is this which the new
    • horrid old schoolmaster that is! He knew himself very little
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    • Star Route, Hudson, New York 12534,
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    • spiritual science are not only new but of necessity mobile.
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    • or can be, to view not a new world, but the same world from
    • totally new angles we did not know existed. But it takes some
    • each and with that moving on to new tasks already being
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    • died before they had reached that patriarchal age knew of a
    • world other than the physical-material one. They knew: In
    • The Greeks knew
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    • Human Development, the Necessity for New, Living Ideas, Spirit
    • in need of new ideas must be obvious from the many things we
    • fundamentally new. Certainly it has produced, in admirable
    • fashion, an enormous amount of new facts and combinations of
    • evolution; but the concept of evolution is in itself not new;
    • and thus introduced something quite new which as yet is not
    • pictures is something new. It enables one to transform
    • alone brings man new concepts enabling him to penetrate true
    • which the spirit-soul being of man knew itself dependent,
    • earth's environment. He knew that they are related, that they
    • understand the evolution of the human race, a completely new
    • circles. In his endeavour to discover new approaches to political
    • in a daily newspaper. The article is quite inoffensive,
    • on the first page one finds the newspaper article reproduced,
    • So you have a book with a newspaper article quoted four
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    • the fact that people of that age were wise and knew how life
    • inherent necessity. The need for new insight and deeper
    • anew to form concepts that correspond to reality. A tree
    • be something quite new, intellectual mysticism, mystical
    • that a new path, a new connection, be found to truth and
    • going to renew the world.
    • learned that a new link to reality has to be found. In the
    • Instead, a new quality of originality will appear, a quality
    • new way of communion with the spiritual world. When they
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    • substances which they either ignored or knew nothing of, they
    • Newtonian theory that color effects originate exclusively
    • accepted concept of space must be altered, must acquire a new
    • a new civilization-epoch was preparing in Europe. The
    • I knew Guido von List when he was still a reasonable person and
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    • through a completely new way of looking at things. It cannot
    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • sense. Those who knew him, even if only through his work, saw
    • new will emerge.
    • It is fully understandable to someone who knew him well why
    • for the reality of the time between death and new birth. We
    • received the Christ impulse anew they would have lost it
    • impulse to arise anew on the foundation of spiritual
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    • but also of how it exists between death and new birth. This
    • to become aware of the way we exist between death and new
    • lives between death and new birth; in fact, for awareness of
    • the realm in which we are between death and new birth, it is
    • perspective on life between death and new birth. One must
    • region we pass through between death and new birth. It is a
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    • and new birth. This can be said to be one group of concepts
    • evolution during the time between death and new birth; what
    • new birth we bring with us; it becomes experience in this
    • are so conditioned during life between death and new birth
    • that we prepare and organize our new ether body in such a way
    • concepts and ideas, vivifying it enough to engender new
    • infused with new life, and in particular the Church should be
    • comparatively short time, spent studying his new task and
    • remained aged 27 in the real sense. As he introduced new
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    • fact that new viewpoints are continually sought from which to
    • understood from ever new aspects. Whoever takes in the
    • It is something quite new, new in the same sense as a child
    • is new when compared to an old man, perhaps his grandfather,
    • newspaper magnate, and he is on his way to becoming one in America.
    • newspaper; it carries articles written by local individuals;
    • provincial presses a uniform model newspaper. One could
    • French and American press. Certain newspapers in Britain,
    • from the same central office. Those newspapers which are
    • American and French newspapers, but a Russian one as well. A
    • newspaper called
    • The Old and the New Faith.
    • newspapers to the joy of the pale aesthetic Swabian
    • attain a new relationship to truth. An essential aspect of
    • new edition of my book
    • did the idea come to Lessing? He knew of course that it had
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    • Thus Lohengrin is the messenger of the Holy Grail. A new
    • impulse, a new influence was destined to enter human
    • of Lohengrin the new form of consciousness, the civilisation of the
    • vestige of a woman. The new civilisation which had arisen was looked
    • upon as a new and higher stage of consciousness. Elsa of Brabant
    • Swan of the third degree of discipleship, brings with him a new
    • great initiates always brings about the promotion to new stages of
    • forth how an ancient period is replaced by a new one, with its
    • profound views of the Middle Ages, setting forth the dawn of a new
    • civilisation was brought over into the new one; the Europeans
    • and is an initiate of the Aryan period. When similar new impulses
    • arise something entirely new is born. The bearer of intellectual
    • soul of the new root-race out of which arises the understanding, the
    • connected with the rise of the new root-race, of the
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    • in the case of newly-born children, a faint trace of this eye may
    • something new might arise, which appeared for the first time in
    • Wotan. This new element is the intellectual capacity, the
    • development, and penetrated into the new world in this form. They
    • common planet. The Sun-god Baldur is the head of the new
    • creation. The new and the old creation, the kingdoms of the Moon and
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    • to a new feeling, high above everything that is entangled in the physical
    • the new everlasting Life which will give rise to a new epoch.
    • A new spiritual
    • century. This new culture penetrated into these regions like a
    • something entirely new would arise, preparing something
    • mission of Christianity. The Germanic peoples longed for this new
    • a special task. The old impulses had ceased, something entirely new was
    • to come, a new spiral curve in the civilisation of the world began.
    • new contained a new impulse which was gradually coming into life.
    • the new period. Imagine this feeling rising up anew in a period of decadence,
    • decay and of a new life.
    • a new impulse had to come produced in Wagner also his ideas concerning
    • A powerful spiritual direction made him feel that something new must
    • is the representative of a new Christianity. He becomes the King of the
    • the senses and thus brings into the world a new principle of love.
    • upon it they acquired new spiritual strength.
    • Christianity in sorrow until a new saviour appears. And this saviour
    • desire; a new pure love shines forth within him like a rising
    • the representative of the new, spiritual Christianity. He
    • decay in the present race. He wished to give rise to a new impulse
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    • result of this new civilisation one might say, is that it has
    • have the proud achievement of the new world-civilisation, and
    • hear the statement: “Through this new application of
    • as he is in a new world, urgently needs stronger forces for
    • a new impetus; a new impulse must flow into it. If we are
    • rightly directed, will bring a new impulse into the old
    • in accordance with the capacities of concrete, the new
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    • time over which the new Freemasonry has extended, (as regards
    • of regarding the nations from whom the new Europe was to
    • knew it was coming so he could stay in bed, and not bruise
    • Christian centuries by those who knew how the Christ-Figure,
    • were men! Thousands of men! The new trade with the
    • phrases drawn from superficial journalism or newspaper
    • in which the ideas of the transition-period of the new age
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    • body, dissolve it, and rebuild ourselves anew from within
    • If we knew what takes place in us, we should have much more
    • in reality continually renewed itself. What is it that
    • justification in the fact that men must always strive anew
    • Lessing's, which leads-towards a renewed search for the
    • “No new
    • life. A new task in the history of the world thereby devolved
    • it would not be pouring new wine into old skins, for on the
    • contrary new vessels would be produced, to preserve therein
    • sphere with new joyfulness and love. As he could not serve
    • indeed on all his Spiritual Science, as a return to the New
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    • earlier times human civilisation knew and recognised itself
    • — something entirely new. In the fourth
    • sense-transactions. That was the new thing in the fourth
    • is newly added to it from our own time. Let us first look at
    • forces. The new influence, developing in our age, is
    • Thus a new
    • element is added to this legacy — a new element which
    • grasp of the newly approaching Ahrimanic element. This was
    • life, and on the other, the advent of something new. If we
    • from this elementary new thing I have described, which can
    • the new. In Middle-Europe alone has something developed which
    • has more or less emerged from the old and the new.
    • their having absorbed the inherited and the new, in different
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    • establishing anything new; all they can accomplish is to turn
    • history has achieved with new concepts; they leave it alone
    • is intermediate between them and what must come as the new
    • for a new edition. I see that in it may be found everything
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    • Adaptation to new conditions of civilisation. Earlier knowledge is
    • enhanced egoism. Karmic adjustment between death and a new birth.
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    • working upon it spiritually between death and a new birth. Only when
    • — chose it during his life between death and a new birth. And
    • see how he comes forward as the champion of the new pedagogy and as
    • time in which he lived. He knew what he wanted; there was a strange
    • no match for the man who had seized his property. The new possessor
    • long journey between death and a new birth into an impulse and urge
    • 8th–9th century, and you will find a new light falling upon
    • wanted to say these things. And moreover he knew how to shape his
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    • here to-day. On the other hand it is hardly possible to make a new
    • must be emphasised that a new trend has come into the
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, an entirely new element must come into
    • something altogether new, even where our opponents are concerned. If
    • played certain definite parts in their new incarnations. At the time
    • when he is between death and a new birth. Bacon as well as Amos
    • and passed into the life between death and a new birth. And there
    • which men pass through between death and a new birth. Such
    • Before I knew his reincarnations, all that I understood was that I
    • to see how karma works, human life gains quite a new content. We feel
    • lives on earth and lives between death and a new birth. Then if we do
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    • he is surrounded in the time between death and a new birth by all the
    • superior officer in his new incarnation, and one can follow in detail
    • individuality in his new incarnation has deeply at heart. For in this
    • lives but also through lives between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth into former earthly
    • a new birth. And the experiences of the wife at the time of the
    • interval between death and a new birth he works upon and transforms
    • man of wide culture, who knew everything considered worth knowing at
    • through the life between death and a new birth, and is born again in
    • evident among us as one of the fruits of the new impulse that should
    • to the contents of the News Sheet that is sent out every week into
    • meetings, how the teaching should be given and studied. The News
    • be the means of revitalising it, of bringing it to new life just as
    • grow out of the Christmas Meeting, in constant renewal! May many
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    • death and a new birth the moment approaches for the human being to
    • unite Christianity with the wisdom of the Mysteries. He knew that
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    • the world, is reflected in the life between death and a new birth,
    • said as a pointer, for he, of course, knew nothing of such matters.
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    • through the world between death and a new birth, he lives in A. He
    • during the time I lived within him between death and a new birth. At
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    • presented itself to me. But I also knew at that time: I cannot yet
    • them only inasmuch as they want a “new” Course; they just
    • the soul, if there is a desire to hurry in this way, from the new to
    • the new; the essential point is that things must mature within the
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    • between death and a new birth and becomes the head of the next
    • the forces holding sway between death and a new birth, and in part a
    • head, such a man will appear again in a new earthly life with soft
    • News Sheet issued with the periodical Das Goetheanum, that the
    • with a human being who, in the life between death and a new birth,
    • the new earthly life.
    • sedately as far as the middle of his life between death and new
    • first period of his existence between death and a new birth, in
    • gone through the first part of the life between death and a new birth
    • life between death and a new birth. He develops an interest only when
    • death and a new birth, before and after the midnight summit of
    • does not rise high enough in the life between death and a new birth
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    • — If you knew nothing more about the alphabet than a, b, c, d,
    • e, f, g, up to z, if you knew this and nothing more, what would you
    • inter-connected in different ways. And if you knew nothing more, if
    • but only knew a, b, c, d! Correspondingly, men miss everything that
    • and clever man, by name Raymond Lully. From tradition he still knew
    • fundamental concepts of logic, and he gave out what he knew
    • the life between death and a new birth and then, on the return
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    • and a new birth, man ascends to Beings who were never on earth. The
    • Mercury between death and a new birth, we come into the realm of the
    • a new birth.
    • existence — the world from B to C, from death to a new birth
    • man's life between death and a new birth, after the earliest
    • new birth. Whereas here on earth the sun shines down upon us with its
    • physical influences, in the life between death and a new birth the
    • before a certain point of time is reached between death and a new
    • yourself that in the life between death and a new birth a really evil
    • between death and a new birth are led to him.
    • our life between death and a new birth. And together with us, these
    • saying hitherto concerns man's life between death and a new
    • Sun-existence between death and a new birth, and, secondly, the
    • firstly, the influence of the Moon-existence between death and a new
    • death and a new birth, making him truly ‘man’,
    • influence of the moon and during the period between death and a new
    • into the life between death and a new birth. The realm of the Sun is
    • between death and a new birth, and has lived long enough in a world
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    • forces which co-operate in the creation of a new physical man. Before
    • passing through the life between death and a new birth, he enters,
    • through the whole of life between death and a new birth, and only on
    • friends, this life between death and a new birth is complicated! As
    • say poetry, for this they have always done — but newspaper
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    • death and a new birth, when he is living together with the Sun
    • death and a new birth. This connection cannot be perceived in its
    • between death and a new birth, before he became Voltaire —
    • new birth.
    • life between death and a new birth.
    • scattered images. But this personality still knew that Taotl is a
    • in the lightning and the thunder. He knew too that under certain
    • by enactments of sacred ritual. And he knew that Quetzalcoatl was a
    • elaboration of karma between death and a new birth, the living,
    • Saturn Beings. Between death and a new birth man has to encounter
    • happenings in the super-sensible world between death and a new
    • a new birth.
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    • entirely new foundation of the Anthroposophical Society. And there
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    • between death and a new birth there is co-operation primarily between
    • those human beings who are living this life between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth, groups of human beings united by their
    • of humanity in the life between death and a new birth, and still more
    • the life between death and a new birth, work also into the life we
    • We even find that during this life between death and a new birth when
    • in earthly life, can be present in the life between death, and a new
    • And in our life between death and a new birth we enter the domain of
    • death and a new birth, karma is prepared. But karma is worked out and
    • death and a new birth. The highest Initiates stood in front of the
    • woven as karma in the super-sensible world between death and a new
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    • like. The news reaches us of a catastrophe of this kind and we hear
    • whether a person was in truth an Initiate, men knew the right
    • our life between death and a new birth. These are the Beings who
    • oblivion a man becomes highly sensitive to the new impressions coming
    • wild, misguided instincts set out to create something new but succeed
    • the path from death to a new birth. What remains is that wherein the
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    • Spring Valley, New York
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    • the new art of eurythmy, and other fields. In 1924 he
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    • civilization. If we knew how to listen to him in the right
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    • moral and ethical ideals.Then something new arises. Then in
    • In the Jupiter existence there will be only the new creation
    • nature, is thrown back into chaos, and out of the chaos a new
    • unfolding anew, the birth of what shall be in the future.
    • to evolve any further. There is also anew world unfolding,
    • become newly creative. If one looks at this new creativity,
    • with our moral ideals or anti-moral ideas (red). There new
    • new beginning is made.
    • perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. Seen
    • unfolding, springing and welling up with renewed life.
    • is renewed by the sun's radiance. Here, in the inner being of
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    • the middle of the time that we spend between death and a new
    • reversal comes about. Midway between death and a new birth
    • the moment that lies midway between death and a new birth
    • where we live between death and a new birth. It is this
    • death and a new birth the will has experienced a spiritual
    • new birth in the environment of these three worlds. Just as
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    • something entirely new.
    • individual, in what is incorporated into the new earthly
    • into decline but to come to a new ascent.
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    • death and a new birth, would have to sever the relationship
    • between death and a new birth would not be able to
    • being between death and a new birth undergoes his further
    • Existence toward a new life on earth he is subject to cosmic
    • renewed existence on earth. We behold the human being
    • think that our new science of the spirit, which shows us
    • through life between death and a new birth so that he does
    • will grow into his new life in a way different from what is
    • then, when the human being enters a new earthly life? His
    • immersing himself in a new life in physical existence.
    • new birth it is natural that a human being comes into the
    • hierarchies. Between death and a new birth a human being thus
    • significant description of this life between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth, then we are what is concealed
    • human being between death and a new birth the world is what
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    • development man goes through between death and a new birth.
    • journeys between death and a new birth. When we consider what
    • between death and a new birth — before and after the
    • their life between death and a new birth, then we must say
    • death and a new birth.
    • death and a new birth. If we look at the minerals, they
    • evolution between death and a new birth.
    • just in the middle of man's life between death and a new
    • the third part of this development, when a new incarnation, a
    • new earthly life, is drawing near. In this period, as you may
    • and a new birth. We cannot really say this, but we can say
    • death and are on the way to a new earthly life. When we look
    • body of man is prepared. Man is drawn toward a new birth. His
    • being that is approaching a new birth. He thus becomes ready
    • new birth, you certainly must say that things appear that can
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    • new distributions of categories, of these overall
    • seed-like way for the future in order to form new realms (red).
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    • felt how very necessary it is for the renewal of our culture
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    • believed this precisely because all they knew of our inner
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    • spiritual world, between death and a new birth. We explained
    • and a new birth weight, as it were, reality, existence. When
    • death and a new birth. In our age this capacity to preserve
    • matters stand between death and a new birth? In our last
    • birth and death, but between death and a new birth man
    • world. Between death and a new birth, man gains insight into
    • that between death and a new birth he cannot live in
    • concepts; between death and a new birth, however, he feels
    • the appearance of the earth, but between death and a new
    • new birth, by lack of freedom, by the necessity in
    • end of the earth, with which he knew he was united and that
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    • the Anthroposophic News Sheet, printed on the 27th of June, 1937.
    • The News Sheet is Vol. 5, pp. 105, 109, 113, and 117.
    • however, if we compare the New Testament with all the other
    • Christ has already appeared upon the earth. Entirely new conditions
    • past knowledge concerning the elements rises up again in a new form,
    • new form. In fact, the personality of Empedocles was born again
    • a long time, the attempt had already been made, among those who knew
    • instructed his pupils to write down what he knew, and these documents
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    • the Anthroposophic News Sheet, printed on the 27th of June, 1937.
    • The News Sheet is Vol. 5, pp. 105, 109, 113, and 117.
    • however, if we compare the New Testament with all the other
    • Christ has already appeared upon the earth. Entirely new conditions
    • past knowledge concerning the elements rises up again in a new form,
    • new form. In fact, the personality of Empedocles was born again
    • a long time, the attempt had already been made, among those who knew
    • instructed his pupils to write down what he knew, and these documents
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • as a new moral content. This must be taken up into our meditation.
    • for Religious Renewal, when it follows its essential nature,
    • Religious Renewal has given even a number of older
    • Renewal is being turned into the crassest sectarianism, which
    • Renewal, which is not meant to be sectarian, it is not gripped right
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • as a new moral content. This must be taken up into our meditation.
    • for Religious Renewal, when it follows its essential nature,
    • Religious Renewal has given even a number of older
    • Renewal is being turned into the crassest sectarianism, which
    • Renewal, which is not meant to be sectarian, it is not gripped right
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    • things the Greeks brought to geometry three new ideas that
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    • categories, within which will be united, as in a whole new
    • often extremely abstract, must die out, and quite new
    • of creating new branches which will comprise quite different
    • given by Newton. We have the given details and then we spin a
    • the inversion quite a new form arises. The form may appear
    • the one cell, the male, calling forth new and different
    • remembering that now we must renew, in full consciousness,
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    • occupy ourselves with Astronomy without bringing new light to
    • new ellipses, so to speak
    • this was done simply by adding something new to the picture
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    • Thus a new science of Astronomy must be
    • work out of new ideas This man, however, still had much of
    • Kepler's living way. Newton then killed the law. He did
    • expressed by one half of Newton's Law, and on the other
    • side the other half, the forces of Newton's
    • distances.” Here then you have the Newtonian Law of
    • caput mortum of the Newtonian force of attraction,
    • life of the Newtonian concept, which is really the corpse of
    • the Newtonian force of attraction to that which suddenly
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    • scientists of the Newtonian school will certainly say —
    • the tree by which Newton arrived at his theory, there is the
    • universe. Then however, by way of Newton a development set in
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    • new man comes into being. But it does not become clear
    • new way of penetrating into the Universe by processes which
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    • there tends to be in the new age — the Age of
    • reckon out how long ahead it will be till a new glacial age
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    • methods of research into new directions. Only we need to lay
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    • nature, while at the outer periphery a new development has
    • Year by year a new world of plants springs, so to speak, from
    • the perennial, from which new vegetation, new plant-growth
    • as they do in medicine! Scarcely has any new thing been
    • planetary system; it receives something new into itself,
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    • experiments to be made in our newly established physical
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    • the new epoch in civilisation, known to us as the Fifth
    • like a renewal of the ancient heliocentric system. Yet the
    • have not to go on from Kepler, as Newton did, into still
    • further abstractions. For Newton put abstractions in the
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    • in quite new ways. We need not only the usual instruments
    • way. We need experiments along new lines, as you must see,
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    • problematical feature in the Newtonian conception. We are to
    • without presupposing which the Newtonian system would break
    • this however, my dear Friends, — unwelcome as the news
    • old heliocentric system and the new heliocentric, the
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    • trace them ever anew, varying them all the time. There is no
    • — renewed in front, accruing all the time in this
    • equipping our new laboratories with the most costly and
    • we must do, as I said before, is to devise new kinds of
    • empty room, which we go into with the thoughts of a new
    • Newtonian. He said, it is in fact impossible for any man to
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    • The Greek knew that when he spoke of the whole universe he could not
    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
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    • The Greek knew that when he spoke of the whole universe he could not
    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
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    • the New Testament: ‘Unto them that are without, the mysteries
    • far past ages men knew well that in the summer season the lower elemental
    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • with deeds in the Cosmos. This knowledge will be gained anew during
    • Beings. We have in these pictures a renewal of certain knowledge that
    • needs to be renewed at the present time, because the third
    • from one New Year's Day to the next. This has been the cause of further
    • A new edition of the Calendar is in course
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    • the New Testament: ‘Unto them that are without, the mysteries
    • far past ages men knew well that in the summer season the lower elemental
    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • with deeds in the Cosmos. This knowledge will be gained anew during
    • Beings. We have in these pictures a renewal of certain knowledge that
    • needs to be renewed at the present time, because the third
    • from one New Year's Day to the next. This has been the cause of further
    • A new edition of the Calendar is in course
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    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • awakening anew every spring, so that the earth organism with its
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    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • awakening anew every spring, so that the earth organism with its
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    • important transformations that have taken place in the new
    • — only a very few human souls — knew anything of
    • the priests — according to Dupuis — knew that it
    • was so much ‘eye-wash.’ They knew that such a
    • existed; they knew that all that goes on the Earth is
    • these celestial processes bring about on Earth. They knew
    • than a mask for the Sun. The priests knew well enough that
    • Sun of the New Testament, by contrast to Hercules, Dionysos
    • preserved as esoteric were the facts they knew about certain
    • no Chemistry. They knew nothing at all of the great world of
    • human soul between death and new birth, knows how thankful
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    • with the cosmic Book of the New Testament; it is at least in
    • accordance with the spirit of the New Testament. But in the
    • new birth. We cannot learn to know these human souls unless
    • and a new birth. No doubt the thoughts about life between
    • death and a new birth were far remote from the Philistine
    • transition from the old Mysteries to the new. I said that
    • example; it stops short at the Virgin Wisdom, whereas the new
    • Science (Newtonian physics), as you will find it to-day in
    • strive in all earnestness towards new ideas and new
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
    • honestly and uprightly for a new grasp of the world, a new
    • to reveal in the new sense will be the best of Christmas
    • old things, but to make the new — the new that must be
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    • the constellations of the Zodiac. They knew that when the
    • materialistic epoch. They knew, moreover, that the Mystery of
    • system, yet with this difference: — They knew that the
    • another reason why those who knew the Mysteries felt
    • and they always knew that with every secret of a starry
    • whole Cosmos. He knew that with his head, which he turns
    • will) knew something else as well. When we observe the stars
    • to seek in a new form for what the stars can say to us. But
    • we shall only find it in its new form if we are able once
    • egg. It goes without saying: from the egg a new hen is
    • science have been planted again in a new form, and they must
    • will be fruitful; this will endow us with new purposes and
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    • bring in a new religion in addition to those already
    • new religion, it is not a new sect.
    • Science is not to be a new religion for the men of modern
    • humanity progresses it will reveal every new aspects of its
    • Christianity to man from a new and different side.
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    • so that they knew about it and could bear witness to it, and
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    • about without the addition of a new cosmic force. This force,
    • containing iron. Through Mars the astral also received a new
    • newly developed organ, the blood, permeated it with His
    • turned away for he knew that a hostile influence was
    • approaching; but if he saw a reddish-violet colour he knew
    • Atlantean awakened, he knew nothing about the act of
    • now knew about their love and no longer enquired about the
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    • advent of Christ Jesus an entirely new kind of initiation
    • 42 And I knew that thou hearest me always: but because of the people which stand by I said it, that they may believe that thou hast sent me. \
    • 57 Now both the chief priests and the Pharisees had given a commandment, that, if any man knew where he were, he should shew it, that they might take him. \
    • in its place, — this inner harmony is the new impulse
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    • and it is held with great tenacity, although new facts speak
    • entirely new substance. If at the time of Christ a Being had
    • seen the addition of this new substance to the astral body of
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    • there is a continual consumption of life and renewal of life.
    • given, that this action indicates new fire, new life-force
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    • the evolution of the earth and this is indicated in the New
    • super-sensible conceptions. Christ will be born anew in the
    • that we can see the NEW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OF A NEW SPIRITUAL LIFE.
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    • the evolution of the earth and this is indicated in the New
    • super-sensible conceptions. Christ will be born anew in the
    • that we can see the NEW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OF A NEW SPIRITUAL LIFE.
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    • ancient Indian wisdom knew this, and fixed the end of the
    • of Kali-Yuga. Thus it had an intimation of a new age. This new
    • absorbing the new light, the pure light, in our earthly
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    • ancient Indian wisdom knew this, and fixed the end of the
    • of Kali-Yuga. Thus it had an intimation of a new age. This new
    • absorbing the new light, the pure light, in our earthly
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    • gain a knowledge of the universe, for they knew that the
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
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    • gain a knowledge of the universe, for they knew that the
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
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    • to a new birth. We have already explained that in the present
    • death and a new birth. But in the present epoch this capacity of
    • stand in regard to the life between death and a new birth? In our
    • and death, but between death and a new birth he essentially
    • manifest in the spiritual world. Between death and a new birth,
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • confronted him, but between death and a new birth, the divine
    • between death and a new birth. Man is therefore threatened by the
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • obtains a new meaning when it receives it anew from the centre.
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    • to a new birth. We have already explained that in the present
    • death and a new birth. But in the present epoch this capacity of
    • stand in regard to the life between death and a new birth? In our
    • and death, but between death and a new birth he essentially
    • manifest in the spiritual world. Between death and a new birth,
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • confronted him, but between death and a new birth, the divine
    • between death and a new birth. Man is therefore threatened by the
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • obtains a new meaning when it receives it anew from the centre.
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    • Man thus knew that
    • it. But a Greek who had been initiated into the Mysteries knew
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • but with a new living knowledge, a knowledge that is once more
    • wished to set forth a style of art in keeping with the new
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    • Man thus knew that
    • it. But a Greek who had been initiated into the Mysteries knew
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • but with a new living knowledge, a knowledge that is once more
    • wished to set forth a style of art in keeping with the new
  • Title: Lecture: How Can We Gain Knowledge of the Supersensible Worlds?
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    • of this lecture is in this Anthroposophic News Sheet, and now,
    • Anthroposophic News
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    • it to have new experiences and changing it into something quite
    • entirely new life. When this condition has reached the stage of
    • soul, thought training exercises are of no importance, for new
    • a new world arises, the so-called imaginative world. The fruit of
    • assumed that springtime dulls the consciousness and that a new
    • a new world, which it did not know before. A world, which
    • otherwise remain dormant and unknown; that is to say, a new world
    • and so forth. When we feel a new world springing up within us (as
    • towards this new world as towards the physical world. This
    • obliterate and cancel every new soul content which he produces.
    • deeply stirring, significant experience. A new being then comes
    • Maeterlinck's new book, which also deals with modern spiritual
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    • Anthroposophic News
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    • it to have new experiences and changing it into something quite
    • entirely new life. When this condition has reached the stage of
    • soul, thought training exercises are of no importance, for new
    • a new world arises, the so-called imaginative world. The fruit of
    • assumed that springtime dulls the consciousness and that a new
    • a new world, which it did not know before. A world, which
    • otherwise remain dormant and unknown; that is to say, a new world
    • and so forth. When we feel a new world springing up within us (as
    • towards this new world as towards the physical world. This
    • obliterate and cancel every new soul content which he produces.
    • deeply stirring, significant experience. A new being then comes
    • Maeterlinck's new book, which also deals with modern spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • took up a new posture. And when he grew fully conscious of this
    • new posture, then he could be influenced by the divine spiritual
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • into their physical life on earth. And because they knew how they
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
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    • took up a new posture. And when he grew fully conscious of this
    • new posture, then he could be influenced by the divine spiritual
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • into their physical life on earth. And because they knew how they
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the soul-spiritual world between death and a new birth, can also
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • they pass on to new metamorphoses of earthly life. I would have
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
    • in the Gospels resound to us in a new and wonderful way;
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    • the soul-spiritual world between death and a new birth, can also
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • they pass on to new metamorphoses of earthly life. I would have
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
    • in the Gospels resound to us in a new and wonderful way;
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    • become a new impulse of culture in an encompassing way. For a
    • an almost hidden, unknown existence, could rise to new life,
    • necessary to found a new religion; the time for this has
    • past. What is needed now, is a new attitude towards religion,
    • a new understanding of religion! What has changed, is the
    • to-day, when they are taught to us in a new form.
    • continually takes on a new shape and therefore truth must be
    • presented in a constantly new form; it must ever again be
    • proclaimed anew. Let me give you a second example.
    • endeavour to understand them, and grasp what they knew
    • olden times; we should find out what they knew concerning
    • communicated anew. All the great founders of religion can be
    • foundation for a new way of proclaiming spiritual truths.
    • around 1459. As stated, this wisdom is nothing new; it is the
    • Rosicrucians. It is not necessary to found a new religion,
    • standpoint, no new form would have been required. But the new
    • give him new strength in regard to religious truths and
    • spiritual worlds. There have always been initiates who knew
    • disclosing anew this fundamental truth contained in every
    • hearts, but awaken new capacities within us; which render us
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    • Now the new-born day is springing.
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    • you knew when you were eight years old, and what you have
    • After every incarnation a new leaf is added, so to speak, to
    • of a new birth.
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    • during his sojourn in Devachan between death and new birth.
    • digression, let us new return to our subject. The external
    • a rag, no matter how beautiful the “new doll”
    • between the time of Kamaloka and a new birth, — for
    • something new and pass through new experiences. Centuries
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    • prepare for a new incarnation. But we must realise that two
    • spiritual world develops that which we designate as a new
    • fundamental forces which help to build up the new astral
    • body. The new astral body thus takes along with it everything
    • have a definite influence upon the way in which the new
    • cooperate in the building up of the etheric body of the new
    • work differently. When a human being descends to a new birth,
    • Religious truths will be gained anew through the greatest
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    • new ones ... in the same way in which a mother does not
    • (for theology no longer knew anything of the cosmic epochs of
    • diseases would in that case become epidemical and even newly
    • 5000 pounds. Would you not give him the money if you knew
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    • reason for this lies in the fact that with every new
    • incarnation the human being finds, entirely new conditions
    • upon the earth. With every new incarnation he gathers new
    • the human being enters the earthly sphere through a new
    • that entirely new conditions have arisen; and on the average,
    • the human being advances to a new incarnation within this
    • a new incarnation the following arises: the Ego descends from
    • the astral body. For the building-up of a new astral body,
    • and the new etheric body begins to work independently and to
    • new etheric body. From the 18-20-th day after conception, the
    • with a new astral and etheric body, begins to take possession
    • new physical body, something arises which is analogous to his
    • When he enters his new physical body, the human being has a
    • from ever new standpoints.
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    • state, a kind of sleep-condition, before it enters into a new
    • emerges in a new form from its sleeping state, which is,
    • in the earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new
    • upon the Sun with a new foundation and it became permeated
    • knew of the existence of this fire-air, and under older
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    • entirely new conditions which now arose, they sank half a
    • entirely new role in the earthly process of evolution.
    • connected with the iron in the blood. The Greek myth knew
    • that the Earth and man advance to ever new stages of
    • speak, that which they had already overcome and they knew how
    • Egyptian knew that the world was not a chaos, but that it was
    • A new element
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    • he knew how to appreciate it; this plastic force ran through
    • once more be led together spiritually, through a new power
    • connected with the blood: This new power is Christianity.
    • knew that Christianity has a foundation: that which once
    • and a half days he was newly born. When he returned, he could
    • returned, he was given new name; he laid aside his old name
    • and as an initiate he continued to use his new name. A
    • new epoch began with the Mystery of Golgotha. You may
    • of relatives. He who replaced this love by the new,
    • gain a new connection with your body. You dwell in your body,
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    • of a new procreative power. Whenever we pronounce words, we
    • which was once carried out by the Gods. A new form of
    • they knew that when a human being is born, his soul descend a
    • point for a new plant. But if you could really investigate
    • passes over into the new plant. In reality, the old plant
    • perishes completely in regard to its substance; while the new
    • plant builds up its form from entirely new substances —
    • all that passes over into the new plant is a kind of
    • for a new form to arise in accordance with the old form. This
    • disappears and a new one arises in the Indian epoch of
    • Life Between Death and a New Birth.
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    • Those who knew the true meaning of these things must have
    • out of Adam's grave; to those who knew how to look upon it in
    • race, decayed, whereas those who had progressed, founded new
    • within the race. In the same way, when a new age dawns, the
    • to those who can lead them beyond the race to ever new forms
    • humanity and bring new impulses in art and science, in
    • (Paths of Spiritual Knowledge and the Renewal of an
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    • Fading of the vision of karma and of astral vision. Through the new
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    • many discarnate human souls who were longing for a renewal of
    • death and a new birth at that time they thronged around Michael,
    • predestined to bring about the renewal of Christianity. This lies in
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    • Fading of the vision of karma and of astral vision. Through the new
    • reality of which they knew also that therein they had been among
    • experiences and goes somewhere else where in a sphere of new
    • man entered waking life, he had the new experiences of day; but the
    • disembodied human souls living between death and a new birth, and
    • between death and a new birth. Vision of the spiritual world still
    • world that is man's habitation between death and a new birth. And
    • new birth, although the consciousness of karma had faded and was
    • sleep-consciousness” — so now, by accepting the new
    • well-meaning paragraph appeared in a newspaper of some standing. We
    • — provided we have the necessary courage — to a new power
    • perception a little new-born child is much wiser than a learned
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    • spiritual world as he had seen it. It was something entirely new in
    • that in the period between death and a new birth a human being builds
    • fully and completely into the new earthly incarnation. The body
    • new birth — that is to say, the birth as Laurence Oliphant
    • through the life between death and a new birth, he is first of all
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    • meaning could be deciphered. And when they deciphered it they knew of
    • the gate of death, and from that life which leads from death to a new
    • was known that it was a question of waiting until the new Michael Age
    • who knew, even though in a somewhat decadent way, something of what
    • who knew how to present, if not always in very apt pictures, the
    • the souls of those who had once heard of the teachings, who knew
    • in the spiritual world between death and a new birth. Some of them
    • should begin at the end of the 19th century in the new Age of
    • in this new incarnation had set the impulse of materialism on foot.
    • between death and a new birth, I may come again at the end of the
    • preparing for the new Age leading from the 20th into the 21st
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    • renew the greeting I gave him in Dornach then as the representative
    • made it necessary that the Society should be imbued with a new
    • intention to give a new foundation to the Society had taken shape
    • that ever since the new Foundation of the Anthroposophical Society at
    • New Membership Cards have been or are in course of being issued. As
    • new trend will become apparent in the Anthroposophical Movement. The
    • new character. It will be realised that the Executive Council at the
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    • but in accordance with an inner reality, the new scientific
    • time as the invention of printing. All new things that
    • the new element came from the scientific consciousness. Above
    • new sensation from another side. Sleep extends continually in
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    • himself between death and a new birth. Into this life —
    • death and a new birth plays right into his life, insofar as
    • the life between death and a new birth is the exact opposite.
    • life between death and a new birth, with the life of the
    • birth and death. We cannot form new relationships,
    • the life between death and a new birth; we can form no such
    • and that during his long life between death and a new birth,
    • man forms, indirectly at least, many new connections —
    • departed between death and a new birth; for all thoughts that
    • half of this life between death and a new birth, the
    • life between death and a new birth. If we observe this will
    • between death and new birth) we find that the will takes a
    • into new lives. The elaboration of our earlier lives into a
    • and a new birth; we are paralyzed in regard to the light of
    • death and a new birth in a purely spiritual way — out
    • news that he, in his turn, would have told to someone else.
    • Because you came too late you do not tell him this news; this
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    • passing through the existence between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth in an environment which is
    • new birth) in such a way that his feeling for life is either
    • life between death and a new birth.
    • new birth. From the moment on, in which we know that we are
    • life between death and a new birth, it is difficult to
    • life between death and a new birth. Beings belonging to the
    • between death and a new birth in connection with the conquest
    • between death and a new birth, he can form the right kind of
    • between death and a new birth, and the so-called living, in
    • in the stream of continuous events. When such a new period
    • in the course of Time, something ceases and something new
    • cease, as it were, and are replaced by new ones. At such
    • history we generally find that people cannot face a new epoch
    • the service of the new Time Spirit.
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    • death and a new birth. This rhythmical life lies behind the
    • between death and a new birth. It is the cosmic rhythm that
    • the world of cosmic rhythms between death and a new birth.
    • I said that, during man' s existence between death and a new
    • needs this lower realm between death and a new birth; he must
    • which we live between death and a new birth.
    • new birth. (A printed cycle of lectures contains details on
    • world, he also reaches — between death and a new birth
    • and a new birth, one can say (although this is also rendered
    • stars themselves are used by man, between death and a new
    • birth, for a kind of reading. Between death and a new birth,
    • and a new birth; he must learn to know it by deducting, as it
    • death and a new birth we learn a great deal concerning the
    • death and new birth, and the present life. We might say that
    • see one aspect, through our senses. Between death and a new
    • And between death and a new birth, we learn to read
    • world between death and a new birth. That which otherwise
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 5: The Members of Man's Being and the Periods of His Life
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    • the physical plane in an entirely new way, and how, on the
    • new root of historical events must begin. For decades,
    • already, we have been living in a time in which such new
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    • New Spiritual Impulses in History
    • which man is called upon in every way to open his soul to new
    • revelations. Yet he does not take up these new revelations,
    • limits, for this old needs to be fertilized anew through man.
    • course that made human beings oppose the new revelation, for
    • in the form of new spiritual knowledge, new spiritual
    • writings in the New Testament dealing with the Event of
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    • between death and a new birth also belong to this realm. We
    • have indicated in these lectures how between death and a new
    • developed between death and a new birth gradually spreads
    • life between death and a new birth. They carry as it were the
    • death and a new birth, you will remember that part of the
    • and a new birth. Why not? We may indeed say, why not, but
    • a new birth. But to attain this we must not use merely the
    • — and that on the other hand, he knew that this must
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    • anew at Christmas time.
    • becomes something to which man must acquire a new relation, for the
    • must become the stem of the Cross because man must unite himself anew
    • to form the new union.
    • character that appeared in a new form in the Jesus-Child. When we so
    • to other results, but leads to what can be observed in the newer
    • to pass away and has now to arise anew, it must since Golgotha be
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    • anew at Christmas time.
    • becomes something to which man must acquire a new relation, for the
    • must become the stem of the Cross because man must unite himself anew
    • to form the new union.
    • character that appeared in a new form in the Jesus-Child. When we so
    • to other results, but leads to what can be observed in the newer
    • to pass away and has now to arise anew, it must since Golgotha be
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    • becomes something to which the human being must gain a new
    • must unite himself anew with the properly understood Tree of
    • they knew only single fragments of the sacred story. The initial
    • to understand anything, they just accepted it, but new that they
    • development must enter into a new bond with that which united
    • which the Cross must be made, through which he establishes a new
    • that appeared in a new form in the Jesus Child, has conquered the
    • things, but it leads to something that can be observed in the newer
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
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    • becomes something to which the human being must gain a new
    • must unite himself anew with the properly understood Tree of
    • they knew only single fragments of the sacred story. The initial
    • to understand anything, they just accepted it, but new that they
    • development must enter into a new bond with that which united
    • which the Cross must be made, through which he establishes a new
    • that appeared in a new form in the Jesus Child, has conquered the
    • things, but it leads to something that can be observed in the newer
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
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    • Bread. The new Essene teaching
    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
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    • each writer knew he was capable of describing one side only
    • given in the New Testament, trusting that we may be able to
    • opening of a new world, revealing as it did the vastness and
    • sense, held the balance between the old and the new, between
    • the old spiritual perception and the new sense-perception
    • clairvoyant vision, a new outlook and a new hope of the
    • spiritual world. He opened out a new path to these people. He
    • To the new
    • Yoga-training, but a new way was to be opened for men by
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    • course of time. We see the necessity that the new should
    • the old and the new, the goal of the universe, and especially
    • in certain epochs Hermes knew what comes from the Sun, and
    • conflict between the old and the new, how in evolution
    • is not only needed as inaugurator of a new civilization for
    • the germ of this new civilization. To understand the
    • triviality of the newer culture in general that has been
    • he had to develop anew, and reflect it back again in a
    • would require a bodily instrument fitted to the new age.
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    • life and movement. This was the new consciousness that dawned
    • in Abraham. He now knew that in the Hebrew blood, passing
    • Jehovah assumed through the entrance of a new impulse six
    • development. This was felt by those who first knew something
    • declared before the judge, who knew something of
    • then attained Buddha-hood; and the new Bodhisattva, who
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    • were passed, the Essene knew he was freed from the influences
    • matter; they alone knew the truth of the fact which can be
    • described as the ‘Event of Abraham’ they knew it
    • also knew that if a man was to rise to a Being who was to
    • Essene knew something more; he knew just as man has to rise
    • Essenes knew this. An Essene said to himself: ‘Thou
    • concerned with is something entirely new in the realm into
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    • a new thread of memory had arisen, which does not go back to
    • previous personalities. This new thread of memory then is not
    • until a new memory arises and with it another name. As long
    • knew the secret of his reincarnation, and expected it to
    • knew that the honoured name of Zarathustra would guide them,
    • knew the secret of his reincarnation, and expected it to
    • knew that the honoured name of Zarathustra would guide them,
    • prepared for the new bodily-nature of Zarathustra, was
    • Chaldean Initiates; they knew of the individuality
    • and entered on a new existence when it became the
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    • outline: the law, that all through human development new
    • Throughout the ages we can trace the development of new
    • civilization; but before any entirely new faculty can appear,
    • translation the full glory of the new age that was
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    • ever new experiences await him, and what he experiences is
    • plunge down into the physical body knew they approached
    • initiation must be pictured as bringing entirely new
    • experiences and new knowledge, and that it impressed on the
    • emotions have been overcome. The Christ knew this, and facing
    • of our new Spiritual Science is to teach people to read these
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    • into the ego. What was essentially new was this: What
    • laid on the difference between the old teaching and the new;
    • who note the new shades of meaning should apply them to the
    • historical investigations of the New Testament records, you
    • blessed in itself in a new way. The sentence: ‘Blessed
    • will find the Kingdoms of the Heavens!’ is the new
    • to the new teaching it would be said: Sufferers can now find
    • can find comfort within themselves by entering into a new
    • a new power to the etheric body. Hence the new truth
    • new truth, and find in themselves the solace for every
    • the passions and emotions of his astral body. So the new
    • expression, after which he can make further ascent, in a new
    • to stage; that he is not born anew in a physical body in a
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    • Bread. The new Essene teaching.
    • things were to take on a new colouring — a new
    • reference to a new impulse that was being implanted in
    • pervaded by this new impulse, so also is that which follows,
    • perception were such that men knew of certain forces working
    • new and living force into human nature which enables Him to
    • accomplished in a new way. This is what is found when the
    • empowered to disclose a new meaning in the ancient teaching,
    • and to carry out the ancient healing by means of a new
    • Christ-force about them; it was visible to them. They knew
    • what will flower in you in future epochs in an entirely new
    • technical terms. The disciples knew therefore, that during
    • they knew that in their imaginative clairvoyant consciousness
    • powers, and with these new powers Christ can be seen in the
    • the Maitreya Buddha is what might be called the new Essene
    • was no narrow movement; news of the appearance of a new
    • according to the living spirit of a new Bodhisattva, and not
    • when the Christ will appear in a new form in an etheric body.
    • new Essene wisdom are developing new forces in preparation
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
    • impulse towards a new initiation, comes the teaching given by
    • new form. What He gave them was not so much by way of
    • always considered from this aspect by those who knew somewhat
    • in order that the higher triad, as a new spiritual gift from
    • Christ. They knew that these leaders of men had developed
    • ancient, yet ever new teaching of the Mysteries: The teaching
    • when Peter stood before the Christ, and our Lord knew that in
    • living God’ — Christ knew He could now inform
    • those standing round Him that something new was about to
    • begin on earth, that a new model could now be given to them.
    • where they will decay and a new plant will appear; this in
    • new plant. But this is not the case. In respect of its
    • concerned; the new plant is of entirely new material.
    • Actually a new formation has taken place.
    • up within itself in the form of a spiral, and the new
    • evolution comes forth as a new spiral out of the old,
    • beginning of the new there is a little ‘gap,’
    • new shoot within an evolution.
    • when man enters the spiritual world an entirely new
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    • In the Mysteries people knew, and still know, of this twofold
    • of the life of Moses is but an old Epic, served up in a new
    • renewing old bonds which had been lost to humanity, the words
    • heard from the Cross come down to us in a new sense:
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • force at work in the world, which is now to work in a new
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    • fills him with wonder like, for example the flashing-up of new stars.
    • knew that the animal has no boundaries of knowledge; for that reason
    • the Ancients knew: that the animal has no boundaries of knowledge, in
    • the sense in which man has them in modern times. But they knew
    • something else as well: they knew that the beings belonging to the
    • And they knew that man is on the way to become an Angel. When the
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    • times, the spiritual life does not contain any new
    • kaleidoscope. We need new conceptions, yes new
    • with the newer clairvoyance, learning to know this canal,
    • takes place between death and a new birth. The matter can
    • new, something which life could not yet tell him;
    • grasp. In olden times — chiefly because men knew of the
    • knew that life continued. But in the future the thought of
    • principally because he still knew of the pre-existence of the
    • new ideas, that our legacy of ideas must be enriched
    • not take in many ideas. As a rule when something new is
    • new ideas which do not already exist, which once
    • new ideas. This is often very difficult, for if men would
    • really take up new ideas they would not ask: “What is
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    • death and rebirth, for they prepare the new incarnation. An
    • a new edition of the “Philosophy of Spiritual
    • to which one is not accustomed must appear when something new
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    • Christ-Mystery. Julian, the recreant, the apostate, only knew
    • nothingness and new substance begins. And this unique place
    • that forces pass away and are generated anew. The things
    • skull. The skull, wrapped in newspaper, had been left
    • certainly not very easily admit that something new of a
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    • (from the newspaper “German Politics,” 1918:
    • practically with exact psychology; now three new questions
    • makes in art. I have never supposed that any newspaper
    • Science or to write anything in praise of it. If a newspaper
    • ideas, a newspaper reporter wrote that I myself used symbolic
    • yet, what happened? A newspaper, the “Kant
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    • would not have come about with the approach of this newer
    • newspapers, cannot be regarded as all of like value; for in
    • the columns of a thousand books and newspapers there may be two
    • form new ideas is uncomfortable to man, and what I have just
    • disclosed is a new idea; it is nowhere to be found among the
    • the fullness of years, in the belief that each new year of
    • life brings new revelations. Today we expect that when the
    • bring new revelations. We cannot do so if we keep the usual
    • people do not pay attention to the new revelations each new
    • the forces of youth, and with these he has constantly new and
    • arise anew, and made him experience them as a Whitsuntide
    • certainly in a new form; for it was in some respects
    • life in which they believe that ever new content streams into
    • times; we must renew our world of ideas, we must renew our
    • our catastrophic times, revealing itself as a renewal of
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • contents, new qualities are poured, we begin to realise the true
    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • knew only the lower Devas and were therefore taught: ‘Penetrate
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • contents, new qualities are poured, we begin to realise the true
    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • knew only the lower Devas and were therefore taught: ‘Penetrate
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • millennia before the Christian era — knew from actual
    • only knew the lowest images of the realm of which this vision made
    • forth with a message which was to renew the ancient wisdom, he also
    • he knew at the same time: there is no mere chance connection between
    • their traditions of ancient clairvoyance. They knew of the existence
    • — He knew Osiris and Osiris arose within his soul.
    • thus revealed, the ancient Egyptian saw a spiritual script. He knew:
    • marvellous processes enacted by the light passing from the new Moon
    • visible in the Sign of Cancer, they knew that the Sun would shortly
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • millennia before the Christian era — knew from actual
    • only knew the lowest images of the realm of which this vision made
    • forth with a message which was to renew the ancient wisdom, he also
    • he knew at the same time: there is no mere chance connection between
    • their traditions of ancient clairvoyance. They knew of the existence
    • — He knew Osiris and Osiris arose within his soul.
    • thus revealed, the ancient Egyptian saw a spiritual script. He knew:
    • marvellous processes enacted by the light passing from the new Moon
    • visible in the Sign of Cancer, they knew that the Sun would shortly
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
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    • esoteric life; he must acquire something new to add to the old.
    • to prepare myself for a new incarnation in Devachan, which can then
    • capacities during the day and gather new forces at night. Behind
    • physical plants are sublime spirit beings who must stride to new
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    • all new things The etheric body becomes completely developed between
    • old Moon, the newly added astral body was in the Saturn condition,
    • condition whereas the newest and youngest part, the ego, is in the
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    • absolutely new. In an esoteric training we stop being led by
    • it's good to have some support. We find this support in the New
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    • Divine bliss strides on to new world creation.
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    • to say that he knew what the spiritual sounds like, that he had now heard
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    • logic. The capacity to form new concepts and a sense for the new
    • the darkness and reveal an entirely new world to us.
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    • rightly with spiritual truths it thereby receives new forces, and
    • a new thinking, feeling and willing through esoteric work on ourselves.
    • destroyed in order to be created anew.
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    • one who never thinks supersensibly never brings new formations into
    • etheric body, but the etheric body is inclined to take new forms and
    • effect They enable a man to fit himself into the hierarchies. New
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    • astral body and forms certain new members there; new threads become
    • ego is working in it, it radiates. New threads and knowledge are
    • shadows. Many errors will also creep in with the new wise things that
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    • in a destructive process. Outer science knows that certain new
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    • expressed the dying of the old man and the flaming up of the new man
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    • For instance, if we would think of a man we knew 20 years ago and
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    • them for the new day. Unfortunately, many men go over into sleep life
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    • would be if new members would turn trustingly to ones who've
    • of thee teachings. Newcomers should turn trustfully to older members
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    • can arrive at a new awareness of the Christ impulse and can feel it
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    • ourselves: what happens at the birth of a new human being? The mother
    • mysteries knew about this. Over Isis' picture were the words: I am
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    • knew this quite well when he brought his teaching to India at about
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