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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • The Palladium
    • Palladium. It was said that the Palladium had once been in Troy and
    • of the sun. Then the Palladium was taken to Rome, and its presence
    • venerated Roman temple, lay the Palladium, its existence known only to
    • knowledge that the Palladium was guarded in Rome, the early Christians
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • Constantinople, and he caused the Palladium to be buried in the earth
    • in the removal of the Palladium from Rome to Constantinople.
    • none too distant future the Palladium will be removed from
    • believed. At all events the Palladium is waiting, expecting to be
    • darkness. Yes, the Palladium goes to the East, where the decadence of
    • the universe — the Palladium-treasure is illumined by a wisdom born
    • from the riches of the knowledge living in the West. The Palladium,
    • Palladium, the treasure of wisdom, from Troy to Rome, from Rome to
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
    • looking for the darkness that surrounds the Palladium, for an open
    • which are conducted in the West in such a way that the Palladium can
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • But this the West does not understand. Only when the Palladium legend
    • Palladium can again be made to shine must be born out of modern
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • The Palladium
    • Palladium. It was said that the Palladium had once been in Troy and
    • of the sun. Then the Palladium was taken to Rome, and its presence
    • venerated Roman temple, lay the Palladium, its existence known only to
    • knowledge that the Palladium was guarded in Rome, the early Christians
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • Constantinople, and he caused the Palladium to be buried in the earth
    • in the removal of the Palladium from Rome to Constantinople.
    • none too distant future the Palladium will be removed from
    • believed. At all events the Palladium is waiting, expecting to be
    • darkness. Yes, the Palladium goes to the East, where the decadence of
    • the universe — the Palladium-treasure is illumined by a wisdom born
    • from the riches of the knowledge living in the West. The Palladium,
    • Palladium, the treasure of wisdom, from Troy to Rome, from Rome to
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
    • looking for the darkness that surrounds the Palladium, for an open
    • which are conducted in the West in such a way that the Palladium can
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • But this the West does not understand. Only when the Palladium legend
    • Palladium can again be made to shine must be born out of modern
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  • Title: Building Stones: Synopses
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    • symbol of ancient wisdom. The legend of the Palladium.
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • this is expressed in the legend of the palladium, the
    • palladium, to the ancient primordial wisdom. He therefore
    • to have the palladium dug up and taken back to Troy. The plan
    • ordered the palladium to be dug up and to be placed beneath
    • in the following legend: the palladium which is a symbol for
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, VIII: Lecture V
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    • the Palladium, the holy treasure that had once been in Troy, had then
    • Constantinople in its history depended on this Palladium. The legend,
    • acquires the Palladium, his shall be the rulership of the world.
    • Palladium. They were not able to obtain possession of it but they
    • Palladium in another guise when he took part in the Greek struggle
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, V: Summary of Contents
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, V: Lecture IV
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    • prophecy. This legend was to the effect that the Palladium, which in
    • Constantinople he caused the Palladium to be transported with the
    • legend went on to prophesy that the Palladium would be transferred
    • resolved to go to Constantinople and to carry off the Palladium to
    • region, broadly speaking, where he had searched for the Palladium in
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, VI: Summary of Contents
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    • The Palladium. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Muawiyah. Woodrow
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, VI: Lecture V
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    • They were comrades. At that time the legend of the Palladium
    • ears of a few. — You know, perhaps, that the Palladium was
    • depended. According to the legend, this Palladium was first in Troy,
    • legend related that the Palladium would at some time be carried
    • to obtain possession of the Palladium in Constantinople. They did not
    • a karmic continuation of the search for the Palladium in the
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, VII: Lecture Five
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    • significant legend concerning the palladium — the
    • Troy depended. The palladium had been buried in Troy and was an
    • Constantinople, the Emperor Constantine caused this palladium
    • arrogance had caused him to transfer the palladium from Rome to
    • column was erected and the palladium safely protected. The
    • be associated with the palladium, a legend which still played a
    • the palladium would be carried off by men of the East to their
    • founded on its magical power; through the palladium, so it was
    • palladium will understand very much of the course taken by
    • palladium and take it to the North, to Russia. They did not
    • a later time, Byron sought for the palladium in a different
    • Greece — it was the search for a spiritual palladium.
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture V
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    • the Palladium, the holy treasure that had once been in Troy, had then
    • Constantinople in its history depended on this Palladium. The legend,
    • acquires the Palladium, his shall be the rulership of the world.
    • Palladium. They were not able to obtain possession of it but they
    • Palladium in another guise when he took part in the Greek struggle
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
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    • Valentin Andreae. Geometry teacher. Lord Byron. The Palladium ...
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • Palladium — which had been taken originally to Rome from Troy —
    • with tremendous pomp and ceremony. For the Palladium was regarded as
    • it. It was firmly believed in Rome that as long as the Palladium lay
    • caused the Palladium to be taken across to Constantinople with great
    • that came from Egypt, over the spot where the Palladium lay. On the
    • was supposed to represent himself. And so there the Palladium lay, in
    • future the Palladium would leave Constantinople and come further up
    • that the Palladium must be brought from the city of Constantinople
    • into Russia, in order that all that is connected with the Palladium,
    • order, by some means or other, to capture the Palladium and bring it
    • Palladium was well guarded. There was no possibility of getting hold
    • East to fetch the Palladium. When he is born in the West, he goes
    • eastward to help the cause of freedom, the spiritual Palladium of the



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