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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • wisdom is described as the heathen, pagan element, and to this is
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    • wisdom is described as the heathen, pagan element, and to this is
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
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    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • I'd like to describe this experience to you in detail. We notice first
    • happens as described. This further need, however, can again be
    • soul-spiritual core in such a way that we can describe it with
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • described as fearing the discovery of a new continent because he thinks
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • I'd like to describe this experience to you in detail. We notice first
    • happens as described. This further need, however, can again be
    • soul-spiritual core in such a way that we can describe it with
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • described as fearing the discovery of a new continent because he thinks
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • birth perceives what will be described below, this sight may indeed
    • been loved by the other as dearly as I have just described, cannot be
    • that during moments such as those which have just been described they
    • existence to a non-existence; the moment described above is the
    • meditated upon the idea which I have described above, we shall not be
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    • birth perceives what will be described below, this sight may indeed
    • been loved by the other as dearly as I have just described, cannot be
    • that during moments such as those which have just been described they
    • existence to a non-existence; the moment described above is the
    • meditated upon the idea which I have described above, we shall not be
  • 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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    • these, as we have often described, passed over into the Greek poets,
    • poems, is one quite definite one — we will describe it presently
    • the Prakriti element. We cannot well describe this by the modern word
    • glorification of the three spiritual streams just described. The great
    • loosening, the great struggle began which is described in the
    • the old blood-ties. How he became the teacher we shall describe
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • specialty described by means of expressions used by Sankaracharya, the
    • soul-form, there then arises what we describe as Manas.
    • inner sense gives us. Certain emotions we may describe as dark and
    • sense-organ, but takes our whole being as its instrument. To describe
    • primeval flood which we have described. Thus in the Sankhya philosophy
    • something pertaining to the soul; but he only describes connections
    • between the soul and the body, the Gunas, and in what he describes he
    • gives but the form of the sheaths. Then Aristotle ascribes to that
    • describes as the Unitary Atma-Brahma, that lives as well in the outer
    • described as blind, because it is not the spiritual that shall descend
    • have described in the Vedas. And we are told in glorious language, as
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • life of the soul expresses itself. If we describe that which at the
    • in a scientific form, if we describe that which stands at a lower
    • The condition just described we find in many people who come to us
    • inscribe this antithesis on a tablet of bronze, as it were, during our
    • his being just described.
    • this, or to describe it in words; and the descriptions that Arjuna
  • 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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    • the Gita, to the union with Krishna. All that has just been described
    • were, the impulse which we describe as the Christ-Impulse. That which
    • then appears to us in what the Sankhya philosophy describes as the
    • condition; and this is described as being that time in human evolution
    • A man who in that olden time experienced what I have just described,
    • may describe the transition from the third epoch of humanity to the
    • described, in the body which was still etheric, not that the whole man
    • acquired by him in the further course of evolution, which we described
    • occurred the Mystery of Golgotha. Could we describe this epoch as
    • describing just what belonged to that epoch! If anyone describes it
    • expression of Sankhya philosophy — he must describe it according
    • one have to describe it, and thus did St. Paul portray it, in the
    • describes how man may free himself from external activity, and raise
    • It could also describe in words full of wisdom the path of Yoga, which
    • described out of the Rajas-condition; and he who first described it in
    • had to take a personal part in it. Therefore he does not describe in
    • Gita, but describes what he has to describe as the resurrection of
    • and fill it with life? Truly he who described the Christ-Event for the
    • Krishna describes what his pupil must become, that he must grow higher
    • wonderful beginning of the Gita. We have already described it; we have
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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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    • remarkable documents of humanity, although necessarily described very
    • lives also in a whole community; that is described by St. Paul in
    • is ripe to tread the upward path prescribed to him by the Lord of
    • As we have described how Sankhya philosophy concerns itself with the
    • It would be well, my dear friends, if we were to inscribe these words
    • stated that in the other Jesus-child, the one described by St. Luke,
    • Adam, he who may be described as Adam in the sense of my
    • succumbed to Lucifer's temptation, symbolically described
    • twelve-year-old Jesus described by St. Luke. He who spoke to the
    • good.” In order that we may learn to ascribe to ourselves that
    • which we may never again dare to ascribe to the world, we need Christ;
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • contradict one another, that one story describes the work of the six or
    • account with a different beginning, which ascribes quite a different origin
    • possible to describe what he finds in the spiritual world in the same way as
    • he would describe what he finds in the sense world — simply has no
    • described in a two-fold way in the Bible. For in point of fact man as a
    • ‘What follow here and will now be described are the descendants of the
    • describes exactly what the spiritual investigator rediscovers independently.
    • too far now if we tried to describe the New Testament in a similar way. In
    • the spiritual world, understands the great Scribes of the Bible. He knows
    • want to wrangle, that the Old Testament faithfully describes the significant
    • the middle and another at the summit. Each of these men will describe the
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • contradict one another, that one story describes the work of the six or
    • account with a different beginning, which ascribes quite a different origin
    • possible to describe what he finds in the spiritual world in the same way as
    • he would describe what he finds in the sense world — simply has no
    • described in a two-fold way in the Bible. For in point of fact man as a
    • ‘What follow here and will now be described are the descendants of the
    • describes exactly what the spiritual investigator rediscovers independently.
    • too far now if we tried to describe the New Testament in a similar way. In
    • the spiritual world, understands the great Scribes of the Bible. He knows
    • want to wrangle, that the Old Testament faithfully describes the significant
    • the middle and another at the summit. Each of these men will describe the
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • possible for what I shall now describe to you to be there as a
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • concerned, we are obliged to think as the external world prescribes;
    • doing something, but we cannot, surely, ascribe to ourselves any
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition. — The circumscribed view of
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • I described the way in which the
    • describe. Geologists conceive the earth's components as being similar
    • This Norwegian legend does in fact describe the experiences that one
    • and France, it could not have broken out. Therefore, one might ascribe
    • which he describes Lutoslawski as an “author who is eminent as a man
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • I described the way in which the
    • describe. Geologists conceive the earth's components as being similar
    • This Norwegian legend does in fact describe the experiences that one
    • and France, it could not have broken out. Therefore, one might ascribe
    • which he describes Lutoslawski as an “author who is eminent as a man
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • and the like, such as are described as ideas working in history by
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    • and the like, such as are described as ideas working in history by
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • longing to continue their evolution in the way described, by
    • Eduard Schuré would not have been able to describe Lucifer
    • described in the Gospel of St. John.
    • Emmaus scene could occur. We find it described in the Gospel, not as
    • Resurrection as it is described in the Gospels!” ... But we can
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • longing to continue their evolution in the way described, by
    • Eduard Schuré would not have been able to describe Lucifer
    • described in the Gospel of St. John.
    • Emmaus scene could occur. We find it described in the Gospel, not as
    • Resurrection as it is described in the Gospels!” ... But we can
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • us as if from a great distance, and we can describe their increasing
    • Those who belong to the first type may be described as thoughtful
    • him, as has been described, it will appear to him as something unreal,
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • us as if from a great distance, and we can describe their increasing
    • Those who belong to the first type may be described as thoughtful
    • him, as has been described, it will appear to him as something unreal,
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • Resurrection and what is described in the Gospel of St. John. Many
    • came about that through circumstances to describe which would lead too
    • Pandira was now described as if he had been Jesus of Nazareth. This is
    • century the Being described in Esoteric Christianity is to appear in
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • out of his own thoughts — whatever they may be — ascribe any
    • described above, even if the central figure had not been a clergyman;
    • where he speaks of those happenings which today he still ascribes to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • with, it was an external, historical link. What I have often described
    • remembrance, enabling him to find the way to what we describe as the
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • simply to describe a certain difference between pre-Christian,
    • being described in the light of occult knowledge.
    • is vividly and graphically described by Grün. Then there opens out the
    • and describes the feeling which the rhythmic return of Christ to the
    • Cross will play hereafter. In the following verses he describes what
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • of Achilles. Consider all the deeds of Achilles described in the Iliad
    • described constitutes the meaning and purpose of Earth-evolution, we
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • future Ideal of humanity was described in one of its aspects and the
    • been described. Its form stands there as a complete, self-contained,
    • to describe the conditions actually prevailing at that time. It can
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • “inscribed” as it were, into the universal life-ether
    • now inscribed in the universal life-ether in which we live
    • perpetually. Because it is thus inscribed it is present throughout our
    • life-tableau that has been inscribed into the universal life-ether.
    • when it is inscribed into the universal life-ether. In the universal
    • There it is — inscribed into the life-ether. The
    • from death onwards they are inscribed like an open secret, as it were,
    • lifetime is not like his memory-pictures inscribed in the ether-body.
    • to be inscribed in the ether-body, the man would be doomed, throughout
    • ill, discontented, feeble. If acts were inscribed in the ether-body,
    • preserved in the form of personal memories has been inscribed into the
    • performed on Earth. And just as the personal memories are inscribed
    • bound up with the astral body, all his deeds are inscribed into the
    • in the cosmic ether — only his deeds are inscribed as it were
    • are all inscribed in the cosmic astrality and he remains connected
    • What I have just described is Karma. What has been inscribed into the
    • of knowledge here described? Deeds performed during life are
    • inscribed, after death, into the cosmic astrality. If a man has
    • he would thereby be spared from having it inscribed into his karma.)
    • Whereas what is inscribed in his karma remains connected with him and
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  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • be ascribed to humanity and everything thought of as eternal
    • therefore, the Mystery of Golgotha is described as
    • describes how, at one time, Sun,
    • come. (This task was described in greater detail in the Christiania
    • here described. But recognition of the principle of evolution —
    • making speeches which really cannot be described as
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    • who had such authority that what they prescribed was accepted without
    • physical life. All that we describe today as the attachment to matter
    • prescribed What was right. This was done under authority. In the
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    • describe all this more fully later.
    • way described above. Next we see him under unfavorable conditions on
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • We have described how the divine beings became imperceptible to man
    • described above, and into these images was poured the culture that was
    • If we go back to those times, we find that the above-described
    • can describe the men of that time as we have just done. This was the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • knowledge in addition to what has been described here.
    • this was the primal word, which he described to the uninitiated
    • approximately as we today would describe our world evolution. What he
    • perceived is described in an elementary way in my book,
    • described in ancient Greece. Socrates actually had telepathic powers,
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 5
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    • modern mind to grasp. There are people today who describe the sun as
    • about as much as if one described a corpse as the true being of man.
    • Just as one who describes a corpse leaves out the most important thing
    • about man, so the physicist who describes the sun today leaves out the
    • elements. What is described is only the outer body of the
    • This is an important moment. It has been described how the earth was a
    • deprived, and this we must describe more minutely.
    • humanity, is described as the dragon, the human amphibian, the
    • describes as the tempting serpent, which is also an amphibian.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • The later Egyptian knowledge felt all that has been described here,
    • How could the cosmic event be better described in a picture? First,
    • Isis, whom I described as the lungs, and Osiris, whom I described as
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    • So far as possible in a short discourse, we shall now describe, as
    • portrayed what the clairvoyant described to him or what he himself had
    • whom we have described. This was revealed to the Egyptian pupil, and
    • which has been described in a pictorial way as the eye of Polyphemus.
    • has been described today could be read by the pupil in the Akashic
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    • form. What we have described as the chalice or blossom form, the
    • describe as male and female. Man remained unisexual much longer than
    • described was preserved in a wonderful myth and rite. The rite is
    • here described was known in certain regions, the Nerthus cult existed.
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    • Let us again recall what was described as the working of the sun and
    • what was described actually took place in the water-earth. Man at that
    • I have described how man's lower members, the feet, shanks, knees,
    • he perceived only by means of the organ described as the pineal gland.
    • him all that we describe here today were obvious facts.
    • to give words to what we felt at that time, we would have described it
    • examined these people, and now we must describe them from another
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • When we thus describe what man experiences between death and a new
    • remains the same. This is by no means the case. When we describe the
    • This is obvious to everyone. But when we describe the conditions of
    • describe the present conditions in Devachan, but these have changed.
    • The advent of the Christ-figure will now be described. Let us imagine
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • described how the soul was in the Egyptian time, when it looked upon
    • considerations, to describe the essence of Egyptian initiation in a
    • The initiation event may be briefly described, and it is the same for
    • often special healing powers are ascribed to this or that in a
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    • in the magnificent way that is described in the Gospel of John, in the
    • Tacitus.* In the times described there, in the
    • have just described. In reality the men of that time no longer knew
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • that have been described in their more external aspect can also be
    • described today as the result of the most scrupulously careful occult
    • to what has been described in connection with the Microcosm also takes
    • have been as previously described. But since the Mystery of Golgotha
    • John, and were baptised by him according to the rite described in the
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
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    • that have been described in their more external aspect can also be
    • described today as the result of the most scrupulously careful occult
    • to what has been described in connection with the Microcosm also takes
    • have been as previously described. But since the Mystery of Golgotha
    • John, and were baptised by him according to the rite described in the
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • The forces which we must describe as the forces of death took hold of
    • described. It is the mission of the age of the Spiritual Soul to
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • The forces which we must describe as the forces of death took hold of
    • described. It is the mission of the age of the Spiritual Soul to
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • reasons for suffering are similar to what can be described by the following
    • himself many times with regard to his sufferings in the way just described.
    • we consider them as grace, a feeling that one can only describe as being
    • when he ascribes them to his karma. If he involves karma, he commits an
    • and happiness better described than in
    • What has now been described are two ways to confront karma. To a certain
    • of karma, as described.the day before yesterday, are to become fruitful,
    • the various incarnations of the earth and the world picture described by
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    • reasons for suffering are similar to what can be described by the following
    • himself many times with regard to his sufferings in the way just described.
    • we consider them as grace, a feeling that one can only describe as being
    • when he ascribes them to his karma. If he involves karma, he commits an
    • and happiness better described than in
    • What has now been described are two ways to confront karma. To a certain
    • of karma, as described.the day before yesterday, are to become fruitful,
    • the various incarnations of the earth and the world picture described by
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • circumscribed way. It will only show us its true nature and meaning if we
    • means of the transformation described, that man is actually called upon to
    • words, we may describe thus: —
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    • circumscribed way. It will only show us its true nature and meaning if we
    • means of the transformation described, that man is actually called upon to
    • words, we may describe thus: —
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    • Therefore, as I have also said, we can describe the change of teeth as
    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • being bears within him. One may describe it by saying: not until
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • Yes, indeed, untold things can be inscribed in this astral body. When
    • you are forty-five years old, almost all your movements are inscribed
    • inscribed — the movements of our arms and leg, and not only these,
    • outer world is there inscribed. When we chop wood, or if we give
    • someone a box on the ears, all is inscribed into the astral body. Even
    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • And now the strange thing is that all that is thus inscribed in the
    • He undergoes what I described in my book,
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
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    • Therefore, as I have also said, we can describe the change of teeth as
    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • being bears within him. One may describe it by saying: not until
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • Yes, indeed, untold things can be inscribed in this astral body. When
    • you are forty-five years old, almost all your movements are inscribed
    • inscribed — the movements of our arms and leg, and not only these,
    • outer world is there inscribed. When we chop wood, or if we give
    • someone a box on the ears, all is inscribed into the astral body. Even
    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • And now the strange thing is that all that is thus inscribed in the
    • He undergoes what I described in my book,
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • world the point of view which disregards the ear will describe a symphony
    • spring until autumn. You might describe it as super-sensible living plants
    • do not allow me to show that the experiences I have described are not
    • forces, similar in kind to those which have been described in connection
    • I have now described to you some of the things contained in the cosmic
    • described in this lecture, the need of spiritual help, a need which is
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    • world the point of view which disregards the ear will describe a symphony
    • spring until autumn. You might describe it as super-sensible living plants
    • do not allow me to show that the experiences I have described are not
    • forces, similar in kind to those which have been described in connection
    • I have now described to you some of the things contained in the cosmic
    • described in this lecture, the need of spiritual help, a need which is
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    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
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    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • conscious manifestation. Today I would like to describe to you the
    • inborn consumption, as I have just described. In such cases, the day
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • conscious manifestation. Today I would like to describe to you the
    • inborn consumption, as I have just described. In such cases, the day
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    • certain inner exercises on his soul, certain minutely-prescribed
    • Goethe describes it in the second part of Faust. But it is out of this
    • been described, where the spiritual world is represented by cloud
    • described than by the word clairvoyant. If we try to make a picture of
    • Book of the Dead describes in what a deeply impressive way the soul is
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    • certain inner exercises on his soul, certain minutely-prescribed
    • Goethe describes it in the second part of Faust. But it is out of this
    • been described, where the spiritual world is represented by cloud
    • described than by the word clairvoyant. If we try to make a picture of
    • Book of the Dead describes in what a deeply impressive way the soul is
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    • through the exercises described in
    • development ordinarily described in history. As these facts are
    • facts is easily described, but the fact that the way of contemplating
    • prescribed in the ancient mysteries to bring inspiration to man became
    • light. It may be of interest to describe what he can actually
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    • through the exercises described in
    • development ordinarily described in history. As these facts are
    • facts is easily described, but the fact that the way of contemplating
    • prescribed in the ancient mysteries to bring inspiration to man became
    • light. It may be of interest to describe what he can actually
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • attribute of omnipotence be ascribed to the Divine Being who lives and
    • aspiration — (this is described at the beginning of my second Mystery
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    • attribute of omnipotence be ascribed to the Divine Being who lives and
    • aspiration — (this is described at the beginning of my second Mystery
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    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • — may be inscribed in the soul of every human being of our time.
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    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • — may be inscribed in the soul of every human being of our time.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • understand the line otherwise. Faust is to inscribe his name in his
    • on the face of a thinker which is suggestive of what one may describe
    • literal sense, should also be ascribed to plants; this, however, is
    • condition cannot be described as “feeling.” In order that
    • the life of sensation just described. But man's consciousness does not
    • order to describe to you the complicated processes which have now to
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    • understand the line otherwise. Faust is to inscribe his name in his
    • on the face of a thinker which is suggestive of what one may describe
    • literal sense, should also be ascribed to plants; this, however, is
    • condition cannot be described as “feeling.” In order that
    • the life of sensation just described. But man's consciousness does not
    • order to describe to you the complicated processes which have now to
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    • measures are taken, then the conditions which the materialists describe
    • which contain so much suffering. They describe a time, the coming of
    • describes.
    • which I have described to you would have to arise. The materialistic
    • world-conception describes in connection with man, would become true
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    • describes.
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    • world-conception describes in connection with man, would become true
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    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
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    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
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    • which behave as I have just described experience a kind of continuation
    • process which I have described to you before in principle, and which lies
    • take recourse to that which I have described to you from the most varied
    • to person, — which I naturally cannot describe in detail any more
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    • which behave as I have just described experience a kind of continuation
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    • take recourse to that which I have described to you from the most varied
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    • described to-day from a certain standpoint in their influence on human
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    • described to-day from a certain standpoint in their influence on human
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    • describe what, in contrast to the external culture of the time, was
    • form of existence. We describe the life of a man within his body and
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    • I have described in my
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    • I have described in my
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    • system in the way we have described. We build up our constitution with
    • teachers a seminar of some sort of standardized education that prescribes
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    • system in the way we have described. We build up our constitution with
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    • describes Macaulay's picture of Frederick the Great in the very apt
    • year 1832. What is described is a spectral Goethe — not what Goethe
    • relationships described, for example, by Tacitus, as prevailing in the
    • paramount importance for human life, are concretely described. Men who
    • enable him to describe how the human being breathes, and how the life
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    • describes Macaulay's picture of Frederick the Great in the very apt
    • year 1832. What is described is a spectral Goethe — not what Goethe
    • relationships described, for example, by Tacitus, as prevailing in the
    • paramount importance for human life, are concretely described. Men who
    • enable him to describe how the human being breathes, and how the life
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    • clear that there are religions which, for example, prescribe for their
    • described to you. But when the various religions declined, these
    • Now that we have described the nature of Christian prayer and what is
    • our higher soul to-day. There took place what we may describe as the
    • have already described the physical body which is continuously
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    • clear that there are religions which, for example, prescribe for their
    • described to you. But when the various religions declined, these
    • Now that we have described the nature of Christian prayer and what is
    • our higher soul to-day. There took place what we may describe as the
    • have already described the physical body which is continuously
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • of his own being. They described how man feels the ground sink away
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • Plutarch is speaking of Aristarchus of Samos, and he describes the way
    • circumference of the circle described by the earth is to the distance
    • I have described the changes that have come about in
    • of exercises described in my book,
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    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • Plutarch is speaking of Aristarchus of Samos, and he describes the way
    • circumference of the circle described by the earth is to the distance
    • I have described the changes that have come about in
    • of exercises described in my book,
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    • thus describes him. The essential thing, however, is that he shall be
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    • thus describes him. The essential thing, however, is that he shall be
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world was fostered in schools, in what may be described as Mystery
    • from the East, as they are described to us.
    • world must be described from within; but we must first get into the
    • We should inscribe this into our hearts to-day when we think of the
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    • world was fostered in schools, in what may be described as Mystery
    • from the East, as they are described to us.
    • world must be described from within; but we must first get into the
    • We should inscribe this into our hearts to-day when we think of the
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    • Lombroso. He describes Woman by saying that at the centre of
    • the views which ascribe to woman all the passive, the weak qualities,
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    • Lombroso. He describes Woman by saying that at the centre of
    • the views which ascribe to woman all the passive, the weak qualities,
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    • Angels work in the astral bodies of men as I have described. Man must
    • the aims of the Angels, as I have described them.
    • itself, is prescribed for man's essential being.
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    • Angels work in the astral bodies of men as I have described. Man must
    • the aims of the Angels, as I have described them.
    • itself, is prescribed for man's essential being.
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • which I have just described, the gods taught human beings what the
    • who were in the frame of mind just described, a wisdom received
    • we can have a foreboding of this in the Temptation described in the
    • such as the one described above, could only have continued by saying:
    • past, in the spiritual form which I have described. Then, this was
    • preserved in written records. Amongst the Hebrews, there were scribes
    • came from such scribes. While he was still Saul, Paul looked up to
    • to the scribes of his time. The fact that prominent men took up the
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
    • down as far as the wisdom of the scribes, who were the Hebrew
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    • which I have just described, the gods taught human beings what the
    • who were in the frame of mind just described, a wisdom received
    • we can have a foreboding of this in the Temptation described in the
    • such as the one described above, could only have continued by saying:
    • past, in the spiritual form which I have described. Then, this was
    • preserved in written records. Amongst the Hebrews, there were scribes
    • came from such scribes. While he was still Saul, Paul looked up to
    • to the scribes of his time. The fact that prominent men took up the
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
    • down as far as the wisdom of the scribes, who were the Hebrew
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    • mathematical formulae only what can be described and constructed
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    • mathematical formulae only what can be described and constructed
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    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
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    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
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    • must ascribe to ourselves an ego-sense, just as we do a sense of
    • can be described quite objectively. What the sense of life perceives
    • inclined to describe the further process of digestion purely from the
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    • characteristics may be ascribed to the soul.
    • How can one really describe it? You see, one could not have spoken of
    • what I have described here (see
    • which we ascribe real being, otherwise we shall always come to the
    • ascribe human worth, of all that man attains inwardly, morally ... as
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    • the error in scientific method I have just described.
    • Ziehen. We find that he also describes the parts of the brain and so
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    • sense in which we have described it here. Let us direct our gaze to beings
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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • described as nonsense in the case of the magnetic needle is accepted
    • described in the book
    • described. That is one form of knowledge of the spiritual world. The
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to grasp;
    • where, if something comes to us from the environment, we ascribe it at
    • have described to you are going on all the time. All of you sitting
    • describe only what has happened in your waking life. Life is thus
    • spiritual world describes this difference in the following way. The
    • thoughts as have been described to-day, that we let our mind dwell on
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    • described as nonsense in the case of the magnetic needle is accepted
    • described in the book
    • described. That is one form of knowledge of the spiritual world. The
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to grasp;
    • where, if something comes to us from the environment, we ascribe it at
    • have described to you are going on all the time. All of you sitting
    • describe only what has happened in your waking life. Life is thus
    • spiritual world describes this difference in the following way. The
    • thoughts as have been described to-day, that we let our mind dwell on
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • its sculptures, those great, ideal, and perfect human forms described
    • Madonna is also revealed in the Egyptian myth, for it there describes
    • Let us describe what the Egyptian perceived. He said, “I see here
  • 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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    • child Horus, the Goddess on whose temple was inscribed the words:
    • There appeared then, also for the first time, what are now described
    • the earth; this seed is what we describe as the Christ-Principle. The
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  • 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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    • whom we have described as Angels, or Spirits of Twilight. Their
    • described it pictorially as follows they said, “At the time the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • skeleton, that firmly constituted part described as “solid”;
    • and final conditions. It would be very difficult to describe the early
    • It will now be necessary to describe more in detail these bodies which
  • 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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    • to describe them they would seem very grotesque to the consciousness
    • Natural science describes it as a degenerated eye. This it never was;
    • described as the first teachers, the first Initiates of humanity;
    • occasionally inhabited human bodies. What I am now about to describe
    • individual as I have described in an alternating manner — by day
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • beings who in Christian esotericism are described as Angels,
    • know what the mission of the earth is, so that we can describe it by
    • one to another in the way described. Development in this direction can
    • is the consciousness described by Pythagoras as “the Harmony 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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    • where something remarkable is ascribed to Siegfried — he was
    • period has been described when, through the conquest of the physical
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • rebirth everything can be described in a few typical words, this
    • body of Jesus, the years described in the Gospels between the baptism
    • we described yesterday; and how it then grew clearer through man
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • with the ancient gods, the beings we have described as Angels. Nothing
    • described yesterday as the Christ-Impulse. For a time mankind had to
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • one had ever described in so powerful and sublime a fashion the
    • described, the great central event clearly illuminated. There are
    • ascribed varying names as it appeared to suit, they hope to win
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    • spiritual movements, we have to ascribe serious
    • but in every epoch has to be described as not yet
    • prescribed how one must picture such a man; how if
    • Imaginations, as they have been described.
    • together with the prescribed exercises, have made
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    • spiritual movements, we have to ascribe serious
    • but in every epoch has to be described as not yet
    • prescribed how one must picture such a man; how if
    • Imaginations, as they have been described.
    • together with the prescribed exercises, have made
  • Title: Lecture: Riddle of Humanity: Lecture One
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    • describes what happens when one meets a person and looks them in the
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    • call nature as a whole. I would like to describe the overall
    • life, a life that was expressed in those two works I described to you.
    • way we described yesterday. Such things truly do happen in the way
    • depths of his soul, this other realm that I have described as stormy
    • the second king of Rome. I once described to you how he wanted to set
    • cosmos, which means that cosmic forms were inscribed in the soul. This
    • begin to make their appearance in the forms I have described to you,
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    • predominates. I would like to describe matters by saying that, with
    • describe as the predominant circumstances; the opposite is also there,
    • happens then? Now, I have often described what happens then, but I
    • would like to describe it once more from the standpoint of these
    • characteristic types the phrenologists describe are merely rough
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    • into the field of these forces, which I would like to describe as
    • I would like to use three words to describe the part of the human
    • of what I have described. Morality, therefore, affects the
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    • discussion. These things are an expansion of what was described
    • participates, in the way we described yesterday, in the aesthetic
    • way as to allow that surging back and forth I described yesterday.
    • I described how what rules in the bodily passions is related to moral
    • powerful dreams. Here is how a Polish poet once described it:
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    • described in some detail over these last few days — of man's
    • just described. For building up a picture of the things around us is
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    • first seeds of the senses. You will find these things described again
    • distinguish twelve senses. Today I would like, once again, to describe
    • describe what happens when someone uses his ego sense. Our material
    • mobile, sevenfold life. If you ascribe the signs of the zodiac to the
    • twelve zones, then you have a picture of the macrocosm; if you ascribe
    • previously described it, is also connected with Earth consciousness.
    • I already have described what the sense of sight was like on Old Moon.
    • do this on Old Moon. The sense of taste has also been described
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    • described the sense regions as a comparatively stable part of the
    • developed, really developed in the fashion that is described in
    • the inner human life than the grosser changes described in historical
    • its original place, and so forth. This he describes with great
    • exactitude, thinking the whole event backwards. He describes further
    • experiences something I have often described: fear is what holds us
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    • described what kind of hair and complexion and wrinkles cowardly
    • and vital organs we have described previously. But in special
    • describes or portrays a person's I directly, in the way the person
    • influence as I have described them in preceding lectures.
    • there they are described in metaphysical abstractions. The way vital
    • will find described in Schiller's letters on aesthetics. There it is
    • describe it quite systematically and demonstrate to someone that
    • All the same, your description is a lie. For what you describe does
    • each of the thirty was asked to describe what happened. Others who
    • thirty, twenty-six falsely described what they saw and only four could
    • describe something that has occurred before one's very eyes!
    • thirty who have witnessed an event to be unable to describe it without
    • use more concrete concepts to describe the inner aesthetic mood and
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    • thought. I would like to describe a certain tendency that is
    • does not simply describe sensations — here I see this sensation,
    • these letters describe something, or that they could somehow relate to
    • thinking I have just described is that it has spread to practically
    • the speed of sound. I cannot describe here all that is derived from
    • I have only described the most obvious parts to you. But you can see
    • from what I have described that everything here is logical —
    • philosophy. To begin with, I will only describe the line of thought he
    • I have only described to you a few of the currents of thought that
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    • body. We have often described how it all unrolls and is received by
    • described in my writings about development in the time of Atlantis. On
    • You must be aware of this as we describe these things. During the
    • described how woman tempts man and how the luciferic element
    • in the world. As you will recall, I described how an event was
    • after the event. The thirty were asked to describe what had happened.
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    • of memory we described, and the form of consciousness that belongs to
    • which has also been described.
    • the world that the contents of spiritual science now be inscribed upon
    • concerned. But this ceases to apply in the matters I described
    • establishing a balance between them. That, also, has been described.
    • have often described — will be engraved into the substance of the
    • thoughts will once more be inscribed directly into the universal
    • a stark reality that a real lie, or untruths of the kind we described
    • I described earlier, facts about which twenty-six people can speak
    • words. Immediately, without delay, one must describe everything, one
    • require much talent to describe all the lies that are buzzing about
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    • and Ahriman. Naturally, I can only describe individual details
    • try to collect all the individual characteristics I have described
    • I will describe something typical, rather than single out a particular
    • described, means that it is a matter of complete indifference to him
    • For the reasons I have described, malicious occult circles cultivate
    • reality in the manner we have described. It is true that every age
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    • far-reaching significance. You will remember how we described the
    • life. It is not enough to describe the human being in the manner of
    • be described as holding the view that man is not able to perceive the
    • they say to themselves, in the way I described earlier, ‘I
    • I am speaking, when they come to describe how the ego is supposed to
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    • now are the life forces, the impulses of life which we have described
    • Breathing involves something that can be described as follows: We do
    • on growth and reproduction, in particular, is also described in very
    • observations such as I have just described really do quite
    • materialism into the ancient Atlantean period. This is described in my
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    • describe the foundations upon which this Rosicrucian annunciation of
    • describe what actually appeared in Jesus of Nazareth. The author of
    • and described from the standpoint of spiritual science. In his
    • And as in the case described above, of the man whose higher Ego is
    • born in his fortieth year, the Evangelists described the God in man up
    • Evangelists, however, had to show that the events thus described
    • ages and the resurrection of the same is described by the writer of
    • which produced man in a way to be described later. Man is the image of
    • described. Now we who have approached spiritual science know the truth
    • We have herewith described the most momentous event in the evolution
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    • and truly describe the things in question by means which are
    • spiritual eye. Thus when the spiritual investigator described to you
    • How would such a man describe this leader? He might say: A man is
    • essentially transcends the rest of humanity and must be described in
    • an altogether different way. For the seer describes what his spiritual
    • describe him, but that he belongs to the greatest figures of the
    • described in ‘elevated style’ — as one might say. It is related
    • grasp the significance of that event described as the intervention of
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    • of the lunar evolution can be described as that of a single planet. In
    • animal on the Earth at the present day. Were I to describe the human
    • described as ‘Bull-spirits’; and there is a spiritual connection
    • then followed a repetition of the cleavage already described. The Sun
    • themselves, and may be described in the true sense of the word as
    • beings whom we have described above. You would have observed on the
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    • began, and we have already described how Sun and Moon separated from
    • waste, in the manner described. For the mineral kingdom by which we
    • unfit for use. Here you have a closer description of what I described
    • I must not describe these conditions more in detail. Let us return to
    • choose to call it! And it is contrary to truth to ascribe to mere
    • described. But of the beings who went with the Sun, not all were
    • words to describe these events in our prosaic language, and the use of
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    • continent. Here everything took place which I am about to describe, as
    • man, must nevertheless be described as backward in their evolution. We
    • This is described in the Bible as the Fall of Man. But apart from this
    • We have thus described five evolutionary periods of the Earth: the
    • the other hand, Mephistopheles who describes the spiritual world as
    • described yesterday, there resounded for the first time, clear and
    • In this way we draw ever nearer to a truth which should be inscribed
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    • the other hand he could clearly see what we must describe as the
    • described the manner in which these influences made themselves felt,
    • another form, which may be described somewhat as follows.
    • spiritual world. Today we can describe exactly what was taught there;
    • find his way. The form of initiation I have just described reached its
    • Impulse. We have already described how Christ, the high Sun-Spirit,
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    • state which I described to you yesterday, perceived the divine
    • Others say: ‘We do not care to exert ourselves in the prescribed way
    • that initiation the Christ-impulse could be described as St. John
    • described it. Similarly we must investigate the relation of the other
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    • describe. With Lazarus this withdrawal happened in a natural way. You
    • required, the Christ could indeed be described as the ‘simple man’,
    • (which may be described from the Akashic record as essentials) we may
    • towards the beings we have described as ‘Eagle-spirits’, while others
    • have led us to Christ!’ Such an initiate described the way into the
    • steps which led to the vision of the ‘Man-spirit’. Thus he described
    • described the life of Jesus of Nazareth. For them, all ordinary events
    • subject of their narrative, but each described it in his own way and
    • as he himself knew it. Matthew describes it in the manner of one who
    • ‘Bull-spirit’. He described the facts which corresponded to such an
    • journey by personal experience and described this particular incident
    • because he was aware of its significance. It is described in the
    • which cannot be given here for lack of time, he does not describe the
    • omits all preliminary history and describes in particular the life and
    • spiritual being fructifying his lower humanity. Hence they ascribed to
    • upon Earth were to be described in this way. The author of the Gospel
    • each described Christ Jesus as he understood Him and according to the
    • Christianity. The Death on the Cross, and that which we shall describe
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    • us glance at the Gospel of St. John itself, and describe that
    • the event described in the Gospel can take place: the ruler of the
    • mighty influence rendered possible the event here described.
    • His disciples. (How the event here described could take place —
    • in order that a sign may be ascribed to God.
    • the miracles, so admirably described, the remainder of the narrative
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    • explained by the Akashic records, the event which we described in the
    • that time the work which we are called upon to describe in
    • be described in the following words: The present form of his bony
    • of Nazareth and the transformation already described took place, an
    • described yesterday. Even the simplest people were aware of this in
    • has been described holds good only for ancient times. Of course the
    • briefly describe as follows:
    • another, we may ascribe this to the female element; but in these faces
    • anyone wished to describe more explicitly wherein the magic forces
    • now describes the manner of His work in the words spoken to the woman
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    • to effect what is described to us in the Gospel of St. John, up to and
    • might even describe the progress of human evolution as the diversion
    • more consider what took place at an old initiation as described in the
    • attained in the way described, then, as we have already said, the
    • the writer of the Gospel of St. John describes as follows:
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    • already described, and thus became the messengers of that which had
    • What I have just described to you are the deeper processes which elude
    • of man was given at a particular moment, beautifully described in the
    • describes the moment:
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    • our knowledge which, as we have described, has become confined to
    • which we described yesterday. By the flowing of the blood on Golgotha
    • the astral aura which began to radiate at the moment described. That
    • by the same force. What I described to you yesterday received then its
    • writer, having described therein the sublimest truths, could say: ‘In
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    • In other lectures I have often described the initial steps by which we
    • over again all the steps described in the Gospel of St. John. Only the
    • vision shows him the scene described in the Gospel of St. John as the
    • described to you, especially if He had revealed Himself to their
    • described, in its effects and its fruits for humanity. But now let us
    • necessary to inscribe his deed in the great Law-book of the Akashic
    • ‘And the Scribes and Pharisees brought a woman taken in adultery; and
    • What did He write? He inscribed the sin in the spiritual world. And
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    • “mush,” as I described it. The more the child learns not
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    • “mush,” as I described it. The more the child learns not
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    • describe these dead things in a living way is not easy, but for
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    • describe these dead things in a living way is not easy, but for
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    • that has a certain justification he describes what sort of hair, what
    • if one has, under some circumstances, to describe the truth.
    • if we ask the right questions about what has been recently described
    • described. But in some cases a man can shape himself in this other
    • senses I have described.
    • catharsis, by which he wished to describe the underlying purpose of
    • you set out to describe it. You can describe it quite correctly, and
    • because you have described it in exact accordance with external
    • reality. But in fact you have described an untruth; what you have
    • described has no real existence. It is a tree-trunk from which the
    • sciences; not so geology. What geology describes is as much an
    • the whole affair and were afterwards asked to describe what had
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    • that has a certain justification he describes what sort of hair, what
    • if one has, under some circumstances, to describe the truth.
    • if we ask the right questions about what has been recently described
    • described. But in some cases a man can shape himself in this other
    • senses I have described.
    • catharsis, by which he wished to describe the underlying purpose of
    • you set out to describe it. You can describe it quite correctly, and
    • because you have described it in exact accordance with external
    • reality. But in fact you have described an untruth; what you have
    • described has no real existence. It is a tree-trunk from which the
    • sciences; not so geology. What geology describes is as much an
    • the whole affair and were afterwards asked to describe what had
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    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • and Goethe recognised that. But it seemed to him too simple to ascribe
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • Schiller describes the middle condition that lies for man between the
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    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • and Goethe recognised that. But it seemed to him too simple to ascribe
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • Schiller describes the middle condition that lies for man between the
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    • outside us, including such elemental beings as I described to you
    • life. Only at the ninth year may one begin to describe nature in a
    • that goes on around us in the way I have described. For until we
    • limit. And yet ideas such as I have described above are current in our
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    • outside us, including such elemental beings as I described to you
    • life. Only at the ninth year may one begin to describe nature in a
    • that goes on around us in the way I have described. For until we
    • limit. And yet ideas such as I have described above are current in our
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    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
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    • — a transformed metamorphosed limb. You might also describe it
    • direction I have described, but in the opposite direction too. With
    • we can at most describe and register precisely how his legs were
    • heavenly activities, as I described just now, there lives what you
    • science describe the ear to you; your heart is left cold, it is not
    • I describe it to you as I have done just now, if I show how your
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science. It describes things no less
    • mingled with it, when I describe how the ear is formed and shaped out
    • the memory. But let us suppose that by such exercises as are described
    • native talent and predisposition of your life, as I described it in my
    • describe it, of the Non-spatial. For the spatial is outside of us; it
    • explaining this point in a public lecture. Someone then described it
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    • — a transformed metamorphosed limb. You might also describe it
    • direction I have described, but in the opposite direction too. With
    • we can at most describe and register precisely how his legs were
    • heavenly activities, as I described just now, there lives what you
    • science describe the ear to you; your heart is left cold, it is not
    • I describe it to you as I have done just now, if I show how your
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science. It describes things no less
    • mingled with it, when I describe how the ear is formed and shaped out
    • the memory. But let us suppose that by such exercises as are described
    • native talent and predisposition of your life, as I described it in my
    • describe it, of the Non-spatial. For the spatial is outside of us; it
    • explaining this point in a public lecture. Someone then described it
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    • will describe to you as though they were conscious. They can become
    • conformity with reality when we describe that which remains
    • You can see, my dear friends, that, as I briefly describe to you the
    • only does the human soul in the state described work at this, but the
    • to be described — the human being is given his physical form.
    • that I have briefly described, in order to enter once more a life
    • from the thing described. It was something quite different for the
    • have described, if we have become true Christians on earth.
    • I have described to you today how destiny — whether one has
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    • made upon her by the landscape which has been described; and
    • may be described as “astral imagination.” And if
    • we are to describe her visions we cannot do it otherwise than
    • Art,” can be described intimately only by clothing the
    • described by saying that it was like a deep and repressed
    • describe things with the words which I remember as the result
    • describe me as one of the senses — as quite a minor
    • desire” by those who on earth describe the appearance
    • senses and describe him as the sense of
    • described thee as being”
    • describe this figure by saying that it possessed a being
    • investigator desires to describe the world of inspiration,
    • experience such had only to be described by the use of our
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    • made upon her by the landscape which has been described; and
    • may be described as “astral imagination.” And if
    • we are to describe her visions we cannot do it otherwise than
    • Art,” can be described intimately only by clothing the
    • described by saying that it was like a deep and repressed
    • describe things with the words which I remember as the result
    • describe me as one of the senses — as quite a minor
    • desire” by those who on earth describe the appearance
    • senses and describe him as the sense of
    • described thee as being”
    • describe this figure by saying that it possessed a being
    • investigator desires to describe the world of inspiration,
    • experience such had only to be described by the use of our
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    • is the undoing of men, and so forth. Zola describes all these various
    • rigidly circumscribed forms of life and of society. We saw how this
    • — the type of the Russian soldier, the martial type described in
    • Tolstoy looks everywhere for something else. He describes the soldier,
    • prescribes?
    • The ideal prescribed by Tolstoy is that the simplicity of the soul
    • up to our own, is accurately described and portrayed in that ancient
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    • is the undoing of men, and so forth. Zola describes all these various
    • rigidly circumscribed forms of life and of society. We saw how this
    • — the type of the Russian soldier, the martial type described in
    • Tolstoy looks everywhere for something else. He describes the soldier,
    • prescribes?
    • The ideal prescribed by Tolstoy is that the simplicity of the soul
    • up to our own, is accurately described and portrayed in that ancient
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    • being is described
    • LECTURE III. The journey is further described. In the Moon sphere are
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    • distances of the stars, describe their courses, examine them with a
    • inscribed into the ether — a picture that extends also to Venus,
    • proves to be what I have just described. The planetary system
    • inscribes into the cosmic ether what is present in the human being
    • is inscribed in the ether by the planetary bodies. While we are
    • figure. Here on Earth we describe a man's figure, or perhaps his
    • It is possible thus to describe ascending ranks of Hierarchical Beings
    • — from the Third to the Second to the First. As we describe all
    • death. For, all that has now been described becomes a matter of
    • after-copy of the planetary form that is inscribed in the ether. Man
    • how Goethe and Gegenbaur describe it — to become head-bones,
    • constellations. The Ancients knew how to describe the courses of
    • inscribed in the ether by the planets; it is man alone who does this.
    • For in everything I have described — skin, nervous system, blood
    • picture, inscribed in the ether, — upon that he now turns his
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    • be described by saying: The spirit-form becomes one great
    • are an expression of the form that is inscribed into the cosmic ether.
    • physiognomy I have described. During this period of the life after
    • the Sun. The words sound strange, but facts must be described as they
    • perceptible the changes. To begin with, I will describe them more from
    • So you see, just as we can describe in pictures what happens to man
    • earth-life, so can we describe in all definiteness and detail what
    • which I described as that of the growth of mutual understanding. The
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    • Nevertheless, we can only describe them in such a way that they seem
    • which help us to describe the spiritual world in which man lives
    • of touching, but touching from a distance. Let me try to describe it
    • the way described, and these primeval Teachers of mankind. From the
    • here described. But the more a man is able to assume the physiognomy
    • and undergo what I have already described. This is the sphere in which
    • the fact that physics has investigated the Sun! The Sun is described
    • old ascribed iron to Mars — iron which has a significance for
    • The experiences of man in the super-sensible world can be described in
    • many ways. Yesterday I described them to you in another way; now I
    • it that on one occasion you describe man's life between death and
    • certainly describe things differently, as his knowledge of the city
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    • of many Beings — I described it to you in the last lecture. It is
    • describe the human being up to the stage of the Sun existence we must
    • fix our attention on his spirit-form or figure, and describe that. But
    • involved there in a process of metamorphosis which I can only describe
    • describe it to you in a picture. The expressions may sound strange but
    • splendour. It is difficult to find words to describe what the human
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    • happens on this path is the following. I will describe it for you in a
    • It is indeed so, that when out of real knowledge we begin to describe
    • realise that what has been described in connection with the life
    • we pass through those regions, and it must now be described.
    • Then we can go a step further. I have described the experiences that
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    • when, through what I have often described as Imaginative
    • there would be consciousness of what is described in
    • conscious of this cosmology, of what I have described in
    • described may be called the formative forces of the cosmos,
    • — as I have described in
    • described in
    • course, described something of what sounds forth from
    • For what I have described in
    • but we must feel fully within it, in the way I have described
    • entered a different destiny, a destiny which I will describe in
    • through this His power manifests as I have described. The God
    • is described in history books.
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    • when, through what I have often described as Imaginative
    • there would be consciousness of what is described in
    • conscious of this cosmology, of what I have described in
    • described may be called the formative forces of the cosmos,
    • — as I have described in
    • described in
    • course, described something of what sounds forth from
    • For what I have described in
    • but we must feel fully within it, in the way I have described
    • entered a different destiny, a destiny which I will describe in
    • through this His power manifests as I have described. The God
    • is described in history books.
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    • describes the spiritual process, which we carry out in
    • describes it, I can never come to cognition at all.
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    • describes the spiritual process, which we carry out in
    • describes it, I can never come to cognition at all.
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    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
    • reason we have tried on many occasions to describe what is really
    • — as we have always described it — the astral body and the
    • during sleep can be described in this way. Into this there flows a
    • as warmth, light, and sound, and is thus difficult to describe
    • I have described as going on in the etheric body is blotted out for
    • of cosmic beings. All that I have described is the external clothing,
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • something I will describe in a moment. The streaming warmth goes
    • bound to describe it as consisting simply of the forms of thoughts,
    • describe the substance of these lines or coloured forms one could only
    • what I once described as a kind of opposite vertebral column.
    • Perhaps some of you remember how I described the human etheric body
    • described how the streams that compose the etheric body as a whole
    • together of what I have just described, into a kind of opposite
    • what I once described (because these things must be described in vivid
    • This, too, is a manifestation. This, too, can be described as
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • regions are described it becomes natural to explain a thing by its
    • Soul-World. I have described it in this way in my book
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    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
    • reason we have tried on many occasions to describe what is really
    • — as we have always described it — the astral body and the
    • during sleep can be described in this way. Into this there flows a
    • as warmth, light, and sound, and is thus difficult to describe
    • I have described as going on in the etheric body is blotted out for
    • of cosmic beings. All that I have described is the external clothing,
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • something I will describe in a moment. The streaming warmth goes
    • bound to describe it as consisting simply of the forms of thoughts,
    • describe the substance of these lines or coloured forms one could only
    • what I once described as a kind of opposite vertebral column.
    • Perhaps some of you remember how I described the human etheric body
    • described how the streams that compose the etheric body as a whole
    • together of what I have just described, into a kind of opposite
    • what I once described (because these things must be described in vivid
    • This, too, is a manifestation. This, too, can be described as
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • regions are described it becomes natural to explain a thing by its
    • Soul-World. I have described it in this way in my book
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    • were able to describe it quite concretely and objectively; describing
    • intended as such. Thus Plutarch describes the relation of man to his
    • man willingly follows, In this concrete way does Plutarch describe
    • external reality. Indeed so concretely does he describe it that he
    • aura in rudimentary form as I have described; but it still has to be
    • described, are connected with the conditions of the earth, so are we
    • connected, through what I shall now describe, with the conditions of
    • described as the patriarchal life of seventy years — includes the
    • described from another standpoint in the book
    • might be described from that from which we are speaking today, and we might
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    • were able to describe it quite concretely and objectively; describing
    • intended as such. Thus Plutarch describes the relation of man to his
    • man willingly follows, In this concrete way does Plutarch describe
    • external reality. Indeed so concretely does he describe it that he
    • aura in rudimentary form as I have described; but it still has to be
    • described, are connected with the conditions of the earth, so are we
    • connected, through what I shall now describe, with the conditions of
    • described as the patriarchal life of seventy years — includes the
    • described from another standpoint in the book
    • might be described from that from which we are speaking today, and we might
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    • describe in sense-images what they have seen. These may have beauty;
    • as it was; all he can do is to describe it. But the thinking
    • anyone ever described to you an angel that was not permeated by
    • plane. The things the visionary clairvoyant describes are, it is true,
    • And now I can describe the above-mentioned subjective process more
    • This must be clear to us. We must inscribe these fine shades of
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    • describe in sense-images what they have seen. These may have beauty;
    • as it was; all he can do is to describe it. But the thinking
    • anyone ever described to you an angel that was not permeated by
    • plane. The things the visionary clairvoyant describes are, it is true,
    • And now I can describe the above-mentioned subjective process more
    • This must be clear to us. We must inscribe these fine shades of
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    • Ceridwen and Hu. Such experiences are described in the myths. When we
    • be described somewhat as follows: In our Initiation we rose to a
    • Individual Initiates have experienced what is here described. They
    • in the legend of the Holy Grail is also described in the legend of
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    • Ceridwen and Hu. Such experiences are described in the myths. When we
    • be described somewhat as follows: In our Initiation we rose to a
    • Individual Initiates have experienced what is here described. They
    • in the legend of the Holy Grail is also described in the legend of
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    • described by Aristides. He who, according to what is to be found in my
    • was uninitiated could describe or understand it.” There was a
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • research shows that it did so in its very essence at the time ascribed
    • not conduct man in the manner described to the very highest treasures
    • but this was of a dim and dreamlike nature (not such as is described
    • enacted on the plane of Cosmic History, it was permissible to describe
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    • described by Aristides. He who, according to what is to be found in my
    • was uninitiated could describe or understand it.” There was a
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • research shows that it did so in its very essence at the time ascribed
    • not conduct man in the manner described to the very highest treasures
    • but this was of a dim and dreamlike nature (not such as is described
    • enacted on the plane of Cosmic History, it was permissible to describe
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    • described by historical research as ‘Jesus of Nazareth,’
    • We have now approximately described the ancient Gnostic
    • Naturally it is not possible to describe in a few words
    • It would be interesting to describe how, from the 16th
    • ordinary external historical research can describe, or documents
    • everything described by outer history there is something
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
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    • described by historical research as ‘Jesus of Nazareth,’
    • We have now approximately described the ancient Gnostic
    • Naturally it is not possible to describe in a few words
    • It would be interesting to describe how, from the 16th
    • ordinary external historical research can describe, or documents
    • everything described by outer history there is something
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
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    • I have described as knowledge through revelation and knowledge
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    • my book I have described this crossing of the threshold by pointing
    • are described in concepts that arise altogether from a living
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    • are described in concepts that arise altogether from a living
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    • you will find that they describe all the other beings in such a
    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • described to you would not take place, if in addition to the fact
    • describe these things by drawing in a comparison. Here upon the earth
    • that differs from the process described above.
    • way that Lucifer is portrayed as described, exactly in accordance
    • that has often been described: namely, the, consciousness-soul had to
    • this is so, for a Central-European writer would not describe things
    • in that way; he would describe things far more consciously and thus
    • to describe things more from out his sub-consciousness, the various
    • such a manner that his soul felt induced to describe throughout his
    • qualities just described, whom we can only understand if we know this
    • arises which I have frequently described: They remain here, with that
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    • you will find that they describe all the other beings in such a
    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • described to you would not take place, if in addition to the fact
    • describe these things by drawing in a comparison. Here upon the earth
    • that differs from the process described above.
    • way that Lucifer is portrayed as described, exactly in accordance
    • that has often been described: namely, the, consciousness-soul had to
    • this is so, for a Central-European writer would not describe things
    • in that way; he would describe things far more consciously and thus
    • to describe things more from out his sub-consciousness, the various
    • such a manner that his soul felt induced to describe throughout his
    • qualities just described, whom we can only understand if we know this
    • arises which I have frequently described: They remain here, with that
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    • the temples of Egypt and of Greece. Man can be described not only as
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • described by Psychosophy; and as Spirit, the human being can be
    • described by Pneumatosophy. Can we not then picture man spiritually
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    • the temples of Egypt and of Greece. Man can be described not only as
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • described by Psychosophy; and as Spirit, the human being can be
    • described by Pneumatosophy. Can we not then picture man spiritually
  • Title: Lecture: Christianity in Human Evolution
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    • physical embodiment as the other men who have just been described.
    • beautifully described in the Bible. So, aside from the fact that what
    • this fact. What is ordinarily described as the history of Christian
    • were pointed out and described. The continuing remembrance of
    • described Him, therefore, detached from the whole Palestinian
    • he described as vassals of a Germanic prince. All external scenery
    • describe one of the strange personalities who had a copy of the
    • centuries of Christendom just described, the power of judgment,
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    • physical embodiment as the other men who have just been described.
    • beautifully described in the Bible. So, aside from the fact that what
    • this fact. What is ordinarily described as the history of Christian
    • were pointed out and described. The continuing remembrance of
    • described Him, therefore, detached from the whole Palestinian
    • he described as vassals of a Germanic prince. All external scenery
    • describe one of the strange personalities who had a copy of the
    • centuries of Christendom just described, the power of judgment,
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    • something of the essence of the soul, which might be thus described:
    • humanity through the Mystery of Golgotha, I shall best describe the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. I will now try to describe that of the initiate
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    • something of the essence of the soul, which might be thus described:
    • humanity through the Mystery of Golgotha, I shall best describe the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. I will now try to describe that of the initiate
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    • conversation described we have the very core of the Buddhistic
    • The Buddha-legend describes clearly enough, even though
    • shadows of existence. It is described how he met an old, old man
    • possible to describe the religion of Buddha as a ‘religion of
    • Christianity poured itself. It is possible to describe this
    • life might be described as ‘Buddhistic.’ Thus when he
    • the meaning and spirit of what, in his old age, he once described to
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    • conversation described we have the very core of the Buddhistic
    • The Buddha-legend describes clearly enough, even though
    • shadows of existence. It is described how he met an old, old man
    • possible to describe the religion of Buddha as a ‘religion of
    • Christianity poured itself. It is possible to describe this
    • life might be described as ‘Buddhistic.’ Thus when he
    • the meaning and spirit of what, in his old age, he once described to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • ascribe to the soul. (Sentient body and astral body are the same
    • essence described to-day by Physical Science as light; we have to
    • one describe the etheric or astral body concretely by a word,’
    • question of artistic imagery. Then I will describe it from the other
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    • ascribe to the soul. (Sentient body and astral body are the same
    • essence described to-day by Physical Science as light; we have to
    • one describe the etheric or astral body concretely by a word,’
    • question of artistic imagery. Then I will describe it from the other
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    • relation to language may be described in the following way. In the
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • And so, if we are speaking of the Hierarchies as described in
    • We can describe the evolution that goes on above in the Heavens at
    • describe its copy or reflection on Earth, — the progress from
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    • relation to language may be described in the following way. In the
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • And so, if we are speaking of the Hierarchies as described in
    • We can describe the evolution that goes on above in the Heavens at
    • describe its copy or reflection on Earth, — the progress from
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • as it is described in the Bible and as it is ordinarily understood.
    • required than for an understanding of the events described in the Old
    • presented to super-sensible sight may be described in the following
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    • as it is described in the Bible and as it is ordinarily understood.
    • required than for an understanding of the events described in the Old
    • presented to super-sensible sight may be described in the following
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    • us. He works — if I may so describe it — as though he
    • To describe where this mediate influence comes to expression, I may
    • should chiefly speak of the Monism which I have just described —
    • dead are working as I have now described. And there is a constant
    • work down upon us in the way I have described, is, of course,
    • described today as analytical psychology or psychoanalysis. People
    • influence which enters, as above described, into our habits, works
    • it is always difficult to describe these things correctly, and one
    • I will describe it somewhat crudely: suppose a man had passed through
    • I made it my chief task today to describe to some extent how the
    • of such communion as I have just described. In this sense we will be
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    • us. He works — if I may so describe it — as though he
    • To describe where this mediate influence comes to expression, I may
    • should chiefly speak of the Monism which I have just described —
    • dead are working as I have now described. And there is a constant
    • work down upon us in the way I have described, is, of course,
    • described today as analytical psychology or psychoanalysis. People
    • influence which enters, as above described, into our habits, works
    • it is always difficult to describe these things correctly, and one
    • I will describe it somewhat crudely: suppose a man had passed through
    • I made it my chief task today to describe to some extent how the
    • of such communion as I have just described. In this sense we will be
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • Tacitus; there Tacitus also describes the Gods that he finds in the
    • describes them with Roman names. He thus gives Roman names to the
    • Uranus were. Rhea and Chronos are described as Titans — What
    • is that which can be described as the Rhea-Chronos-process. The
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    • the ruling spiritual beings, as we described yesterday. Men in the
    • described by saying: Osiris lived upon earth. Lost and slain had been
    • spirit-dog and the spirit-bull; he describes what he feels about
    • us all the time. The air is not only what physical science describes,
    • described. And as in those old times people connected the ordinary
    • experience in its concrete form I have described for you with
    • relation of male and female is described by the word ‘Geschlecht’
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    • in their own times. Thus men in Egypt and Greece ascribed to
    • as the age could reach, of that which is described in St. John's
    • Imaginative life drew out of the spirit, as we described yesterday.
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    • were developed which one can describe as a Mars-civilization. The
    • form judgments in the way I have described: If I have one coin, then
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    • transformations. Now we have already described in what sense I a
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    • friends, has also made what a few days ago we described as the Greek
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    • that she looked like a giant. He could even describe the right side
    • just described. Thus we come into our bodily nature with what I have
    • in the way I have described in my
    • described it in these studies, was also experienced by the Lemurian
    • outlined, to be described. Can the men of today do this? Above all,
    • future, in the way we described yesterday.
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    • the contemplation of the world just described, which rests upon the
    • find ideals which God has inscribed into my heart, and which it is
    • ideals that be finds inscribed in his heart. Why is it the one is so
    • described had not been more or less consciously felt, whether as a
    • condition we may best describe as reverence for all that to which
    • and reverence, and this third mood we may describe as
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    • conditions of soul we described before — a thinking, that is,
    • we have described as a condition of surrender, it cannot come to
    • sees a wolf and describes it. He finds that there are other animals
    • and reveals itself to him as something he cannot describe with any
    • one-sided way in the world of sound; he described music as
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    • true form may be described as active ruling wisdom. And what we call
    • what we have expressed as a disarrangement is marvelously described
    • human being described in this way in books that are written from a
    • have described under the names of wonder, reverence, feeling in
    • of soul as I described them. We become able to stand outside
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    • not as movement in space but as we have described it. And this
    • of the spiritual forms continue, and in the lines they then describe
    • the words. Materialism describes nothing but what Lucifer has made of
    • coincides with something I have described in
    • itself to us as what we have described in
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    • which we described. And, finally, the quite normal organic activity
    • are particular processes of what we can describe in general as the
    • only be partially described in more general anthroposophical
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    • educates his faculty for knowledge in the way we described; when,
    • mode of knowledge described in these lectures, can often bring our
    • things in the world we are not thinking correctly when we ascribe to
    • process I described to you yesterday has been continually happening
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    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
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    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
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    • Now, the characteristic development I have just described is not
    • and waking with the Beings described in the book
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • These connections are as I have just described them.
    • impulses as I described them in the book
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    • Now, the characteristic development I have just described is not
    • and waking with the Beings described in the book
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • These connections are as I have just described them.
    • impulses as I described them in the book
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    • embodying of Homunculus, that is, the astral man, is described. He
    • Proteus then describes the road which astral man has to take through the
    • The passage of man through the mineral kingdom is then described.
    • cannot describe is a fact in the regions of the spiritual.
    • purifying of man is described, as he rises to the heights where, in
    • friends failed to understand this side of his nature. He describes
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    • embodying of Homunculus, that is, the astral man, is described. He
    • Proteus then describes the road which astral man has to take through the
    • The passage of man through the mineral kingdom is then described.
    • cannot describe is a fact in the regions of the spiritual.
    • purifying of man is described, as he rises to the heights where, in
    • friends failed to understand this side of his nature. He describes
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    • ‘nearer’ to him; he then describes the macrocosm, in the
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    • ‘nearer’ to him; he then describes the macrocosm, in the
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    • observe all the details of the exercises described in my books, there
    • To describe as pathological the methods of anthroposophical research
    • but who has made it free of the body through the efforts described
    • here described, when we are trying to develop deep, inward thinking.
    • In the books mentioned I have described in detail many exercises for
    • faculties in the way I have described loses nothing at all of his
    • describes these higher worlds with normal reasoning powers and
    • which I have here described in the form in which it is suitable for
    • are described as I have described them, for example, in my
    • comparison how it is actually possible to describe these worlds.
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • in the way described, learnt as it were from man’s own being by
    • perseverance. What is here described in all seriousness as Spiritual
    • Many will admit, therefore, that the exercises I describe for the
    • when truly free, sense-free thinking as described in my
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    • observe all the details of the exercises described in my books, there
    • To describe as pathological the methods of anthroposophical research
    • but who has made it free of the body through the efforts described
    • here described, when we are trying to develop deep, inward thinking.
    • In the books mentioned I have described in detail many exercises for
    • faculties in the way I have described loses nothing at all of his
    • describes these higher worlds with normal reasoning powers and
    • which I have here described in the form in which it is suitable for
    • are described as I have described them, for example, in my
    • comparison how it is actually possible to describe these worlds.
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • in the way described, learnt as it were from man’s own being by
    • perseverance. What is here described in all seriousness as Spiritual
    • Many will admit, therefore, that the exercises I describe for the
    • when truly free, sense-free thinking as described in my
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    • the impressions made by the stars. He ascribes this gift to certain
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    • the impressions made by the stars. He ascribes this gift to certain
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    • LECTURES I have been trying to describe in some detail the
    • those epochs described in my
    • to describe what then took place between the Initiates and the
    • given rise to what is described in certain terminology as an art of
    • procedures I have described were possible, and the epoch that changed
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    • characteristics of which I have described from many points of view.
    • individuality, who live in the external world as I have described in my
    • described yesterday, the cosmic ether-forms enter into man and work for
    • As I have described in
    • can only be described as a clever systematising of hallucinations into
    • described as a clever systematising of hallucinations into a picture of
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    • things I have described as typifying Egyptian development. The attitude
    • described. And there are many other such cases.
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    • will pass away and, as I have described in
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    • philosophy in the era of Greek tragedy. He describes how Greek thought,
    • described, a picture, a concept of the human form was made possible.
    • way described from pre-earthly into earthly existence and which, as I
    • concepts and thoughts were full of life. I have described how, to begin
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    • dogmas, dogmas that could not be described as vision restated in ideas,
    • Mystery of Golgotha as I described it just now, were connected with the
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    • described.
    • one would think, after hearing it described in such a simple way. It
    • what I have described above, you will be able to deduce one thing —
    • to describe it in our ordinary speech. One might say that this new
    • connected with an occult training, such as the one described above,
    • consciousness — (this can, of course, only be described as a
    • you delve deeper into what I have described to you just now, in
    • have seen that in the course of development described above, we
    • began everywhere in the manner described above. Rules were given, and
    • having been led up to this stage of initiation. What I have described
    • be gained along the paths described, for instance, in my
    • a path of investigation, such as the one of initiation described
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    • described.
    • one would think, after hearing it described in such a simple way. It
    • what I have described above, you will be able to deduce one thing —
    • to describe it in our ordinary speech. One might say that this new
    • connected with an occult training, such as the one described above,
    • consciousness — (this can, of course, only be described as a
    • you delve deeper into what I have described to you just now, in
    • have seen that in the course of development described above, we
    • began everywhere in the manner described above. Rules were given, and
    • having been led up to this stage of initiation. What I have described
    • be gained along the paths described, for instance, in my
    • a path of investigation, such as the one of initiation described
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    • sensualism and to describe it in such a way that an explanation
    • just described, in such a way that he said: It is only possible to
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    • sensualism and to describe it in such a way that an explanation
    • just described, in such a way that he said: It is only possible to
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    • the nineteenth century. Recently, I have described to you from
    • fear and tremble for the future of humanity. I have described this to
    • development, the human being (he described this concretely) shall be
    • to describe their epoch, you may read that the philosophy of
    • described from the aspect of spiritual science in the
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    • the nineteenth century. Recently, I have described to you from
    • fear and tremble for the future of humanity. I have described this to
    • development, the human being (he described this concretely) shall be
    • to describe their epoch, you may read that the philosophy of
    • described from the aspect of spiritual science in the
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    • describe to you these successive states of existence, as they are
    • usually described in occultism. When speaking of the soul's
    • human stage upon the Sun. They would have to be described as follows:
    • describe, an intermediate kingdom between man and animal. Our present
    • myth which describes this; you are all acquainted with the northern
    • Beings who had reached the human stage must be described as beings
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    • describe to you these successive states of existence, as they are
    • usually described in occultism. When speaking of the soul's
    • human stage upon the Sun. They would have to be described as follows:
    • describe, an intermediate kingdom between man and animal. Our present
    • myth which describes this; you are all acquainted with the northern
    • Beings who had reached the human stage must be described as beings
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    • conditions that enabled the child to meet its death, as prescribed in
    • we consider the facts which I have described to you just now, we can
    • of the physical body cannot be recognised if we merely describe a
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • inspiring influence that I have described to you.
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    • conditions that enabled the child to meet its death, as prescribed in
    • we consider the facts which I have described to you just now, we can
    • of the physical body cannot be recognised if we merely describe a
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • inspiring influence that I have described to you.
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    • describes in halting words the being of pre-earthly man but the man
    • to the earth. Jacob Boehme describes a rudiment only of pre-earthly
    • says reveals a striving to describe the man of the present in the
    • able to describe this out of their visionary, dream-like knowledge of
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • processes I have described above — the salt process, the
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    • describes in halting words the being of pre-earthly man but the man
    • to the earth. Jacob Boehme describes a rudiment only of pre-earthly
    • says reveals a striving to describe the man of the present in the
    • able to describe this out of their visionary, dream-like knowledge of
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • processes I have described above — the salt process, the
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    • by the rulership of Gabriel; and I have described how the rulership
    • the battle I described the day before yesterday, the battle
    • Now in the whole nexus that I have described, in the super-sensible
    • Through the fulfilment of all the things I have described, we are
    • for, if we may describe it so, either non-anthroposophists are being
    • we are related in the way I have just described, will be such that
    • to what I have just described, when I said that the Michael impulses
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    • by the rulership of Gabriel; and I have described how the rulership
    • the battle I described the day before yesterday, the battle
    • Now in the whole nexus that I have described, in the super-sensible
    • Through the fulfilment of all the things I have described, we are
    • for, if we may describe it so, either non-anthroposophists are being
    • we are related in the way I have just described, will be such that
    • to what I have just described, when I said that the Michael impulses
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    • described has come to such a pass that just the most earnest and most
    • of which can scarcely be described to-day, he said, “I see the
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    • described has come to such a pass that just the most earnest and most
    • of which can scarcely be described to-day, he said, “I see the
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • described in my “OCCULT SCIENCE”, the Angels, Archangels,
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    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • described in my “OCCULT SCIENCE”, the Angels, Archangels,
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    • This English edition was transcribed from stenographic notes, unrevised
    • material existence. The degrees inscribed in university diplomas once
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    • This English edition was transcribed from stenographic notes, unrevised
    • material existence. The degrees inscribed in university diplomas once
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    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • weave in the manner described, and what all the Hierarchies of the
    • described just now. That picture can be seen there. But other
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    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • weave in the manner described, and what all the Hierarchies of the
    • described just now. That picture can be seen there. But other
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    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Being that is pulverised, and then forged together, is described in a
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala”
    • external events described in history had to take place. The fact that
    • arisen in the way described just now.
    • described to you?
    • one another. But if he describes it in this way, it will be difficult
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    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Being that is pulverised, and then forged together, is described in a
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala”
    • external events described in history had to take place. The fact that
    • arisen in the way described just now.
    • described to you?
    • one another. But if he describes it in this way, it will be difficult
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    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • not make use of the symbols of writing to describe such things. The
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    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • not make use of the symbols of writing to describe such things. The
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    • understanding of what Christianity is. Our age, too, is inscribed in
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    • understanding of what Christianity is. Our age, too, is inscribed in
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    • destiny in what I am about to describe.
    • one's thoughts, which in other situations are so circumscribed by
    • run people do ascribe their dissatisfaction to it. What they ought to
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    • one's thoughts, which in other situations are so circumscribed by
    • run people do ascribe their dissatisfaction to it. What they ought to
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    • the mighty memory tableau I have often described stands before his
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    • can define and describe them in a certain way. The essential thing is
    • that can be examined in all the known ways. And blood is described
    • prescribe in individual cases how the macrocosmic element outside can
    • heart and his brain which can be described in a somewhat pictorial
    • occult medicine these things are also described by applying the
    • the gall is described as mars, its effect would be similar to the
    • described in third place are actually the first in which we are
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    • this came about at the expense of something else, and when I describe
    • is indeed a result of these processes I have just described, and you
    • prescribed in the way of metals and salts and so on. Suppose someone
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    • describes part of a circle and then sinks down, passing through more
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    • describe it, too, as the period of learning to do without the
    • have already described the remarkable way in which this period of
    • described. Thus we see the relationship between what the soul takes
    • human life that has to be described somewhat as follows: Man has to
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    • to know what laughing and weeping really imply, and therefore ascribe
    • has been described today. That which sustains the breathing process
    • laughter. And not for nothing did people ascribe howling and gnashing
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    • Saturn, Sun and Moon evolution. We have described various details of
    • this. What we are going to describe today, however, shall be
    • have often described it by saying that this was actually the time
    • have described, and they led an independent existence up till much
    • namely what is described in the Old Testament, the Greco-Roman
    • degree. The peoples we have just described as the peoples of the Near
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    • What I have just described to you as an incisive point
    • First of all it is important to describe the general
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    • Golgotha has been established in the way described. It is a
    • from whom it comes — this fact is inscribed in letters of power
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    • in the way described in the last lecture, beholding and experiencing
    • ideas, we can bring them to him after death in the way described.
    • been described, from the Old Saturn period, through the periods of
    • consequence, a host of individual human souls, as described in detail
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    • the human being describes a circle which passes through the whole
    • simple; and that is quite comprehensible because usually we describe
    • evolution — which you will find described in the book
    • sight is no longer possible. Why is the process described in this way
    • into which figures of animals are inscribed, and says: The ancients
    • inscribed symbols here and there to represent their idea of the
    • the ancients had actually seen what they inscribed into their charts;
    • what we today describe in connection with perception in the
    • Old Moon described in the book
    • describes today. A great deal in this connection was presented
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    • the conditions just described. The individuals baptised by John were
    • described, he must experience the counterweight in his life between
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    • is extremely difficult to describe these conditions and it can really
    • In the other case — although it is impossible to describe
    • something that Laplace already described, the expression
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    • what has been described. Before they began to display their dry,
    • accounts of the present kind, parts only can be described.) Among the
    • human beings who carry out the work prescribed for them by their
    • that those who do what has been described with genuine devotion will
    • his etheric body as I have described [See Lectures Three, Five and
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    • was described. Thereafter the soul has to pass through what is
    • described as the Spiritland and this sphere, too, with its successive
    • regions, is described in the book
    • encounters conditions described in the book
    • realise that endeavours were made to describe this region first from
    • the inner aspect of the conditions was described, in the other, the
    • Mars region. This region corresponds with what is described in
    • configurations of a man's different incarnations are inscribed in
    • has repeatedly been described in these lectures as a region of
    • related to the circumstances described in the relevant chapter of
    • years ago. We then described the ‘Spiritland’ and a
    • region of Spiritland as described in these lectures. Here is an
    • Spiritland as described from the inner point of view of the soul, we
    • of the Saturn region. What was described in
    • Earth and also from the Sun. These distant realms are described in
    • and thereafter took its course in the way often described. How do
    • described it, followed by the present Earth. Midway in the process of
    • different point of view — contains what has been described as
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    • what I have just described; that for the causes of what happened in
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    • approach them as it were in circles, with our themes inscribed at the
    • Let us recall what is described in
    • rather differently from the way in which I described the other two.
    • planets, together with much else that I have described.
    • influence and power of the Being I have described, he became the
    • light-aether, they rightly ascribed to the planet Jupiter — in
    • the Greeks ascribed the musical effects which bring harmony into the
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    • in human souls of all that I described yesterday. These
    • Yesterday I described it as the epoch in which knowledge was kindled
    • Michelangelo which I described, the prophets are always depicted
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    • world, a picture which is inscribed in the Akashic record, showing
    • I find the name of Parsifal inscribed on the Holy Grail? For it had
    • often described. It became clearer and clearer to me — as the
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    • happened than I can write of or describe to you in words. While I
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • to the secret of the Holy Grail, as we have tried to describe it,
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    • their whole later life display a characteristic one could describe as a
    • his soul descends to other regions. If we described the experience open
    • conscious clairvoyance described. When man thus penetrates down into
    • methods of super-sensible investigation described — the one which
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    • their whole later life display a characteristic one could describe as a
    • his soul descends to other regions. If we described the experience open
    • conscious clairvoyance described. When man thus penetrates down into
    • methods of super-sensible investigation described — the one which
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    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
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    • because the circumstances and conditions have to be described in
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    • because the circumstances and conditions have to be described in
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    • Tuesday I shall describe the significance of our anthroposophical
    • describes the observations which have thus been made. Science no
    • You know that I have frequently described how the astral
    • them out when we fall asleep; I have frequently described this as a
    • things remain inscribed in the ETHER OF THE EARTH they may be studied
    • be studied in the way described in various parts of
    • that element which has been described in
    • frequently described this). An Archangel is not chained to a
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    • Tuesday I shall describe the significance of our anthroposophical
    • describes the observations which have thus been made. Science no
    • You know that I have frequently described how the astral
    • them out when we fall asleep; I have frequently described this as a
    • things remain inscribed in the ETHER OF THE EARTH they may be studied
    • be studied in the way described in various parts of
    • that element which has been described in
    • frequently described this). An Archangel is not chained to a
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    • and so on. I have described this very struggle at such boundaries in
    • describe what he experiences by means of a comparison, for the paths
    • he comes to the kind of place I have just described. In the case of
    • it were, just at the places we have described and to acquire a
    • which he describes how he came to such a boundary where the spirit
    • how this wrestler for knowledge describes how we bruise ourselves!
    • principle here; you will find them described in detail in my books.
    • understand me better if I describe it in the following way. Suppose
    • have described, that is, without endowing the conceptual world with
    • describes this correctly, because he bases his lecture on really
    • well-founded hypotheses: he describes how one day after millions of
    • This can be calculated, and he describes how milk, for example, will
    • other such details are described. The consistency of things that can
    • configurations. We can describe this in the same way that the
    • spirit — as I have described at least in principle, comes to
    • kind of observation I have previously described. Then it becomes
    • the limits I described, is a homogeneous whole. What I have called
    • world (not any different now from the way I have described it) into
    • like a dilettante describes how the aspects of the soul he wishes to
    • encompass come from a spiritual world; he even describes their
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    • develops, we don't need to describe it. After death totally different
    • we have grown together with the spiritual world described here by
    • spiritual science. We describe it as the world of higher hierarchies:
    • we describe it as the world of the higher hierarchies and the deeds
    • described this maturation of ego-consciousness from other points of
    • have just mentioned and described, do not belong to our own being at
    • illnesses as they are described. Thus medicine must become spiritual
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    • as I have frequently described to you. They develop in such a way
    • in the described manner. During a particular life upon the earth the
    • spiritual life is concerned it is so that when we describe the path
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    • as I have frequently described to you. They develop in such a way
    • in the described manner. During a particular life upon the earth the
    • spiritual life is concerned it is so that when we describe the path
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    • We have often described this process of the passage through the Gate
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • from the elemental world as here described. Indeed, just as we are
    • world if I describe once more in a few words how it appears to one
    • should often have to ascribe to ourselves so much of prejudice or
    • described is not without its results, for it means that an
    • no longer merely through Inspiration as I described it just now. Not
    • he can still work through the other vehicles, as described above. It
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    • We have often described this process of the passage through the Gate
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • from the elemental world as here described. Indeed, just as we are
    • world if I describe once more in a few words how it appears to one
    • should often have to ascribe to ourselves so much of prejudice or
    • described is not without its results, for it means that an
    • no longer merely through Inspiration as I described it just now. Not
    • he can still work through the other vehicles, as described above. It
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    • heightened through the preparations described in my books
    • circumscribed form: all is in continual metamorphosis. A soul has to
    • as in the physical world we recognize, characterize, describe the
    • spiritual world we would describe its beings in terms of particular
    • world. In order therefore to describe this correctly, one may not
    • world which must be described as antipathetic, and we have to deal
    • that describes the soul world. You will
    • soul consequently belongs to the preparation we have often described
    • and for all that what I described in my book
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    • heightened through the preparations described in my books
    • circumscribed form: all is in continual metamorphosis. A soul has to
    • as in the physical world we recognize, characterize, describe the
    • spiritual world we would describe its beings in terms of particular
    • world. In order therefore to describe this correctly, one may not
    • world which must be described as antipathetic, and we have to deal
    • that describes the soul world. You will
    • soul consequently belongs to the preparation we have often described
    • and for all that what I described in my book
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    • course. The earth would not continue what is described in my
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    • course. The earth would not continue what is described in my
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    • earth, when we experience something in the manner described and bear
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • we ourselves are able to weave in the manner described, and what all
    • correctly, as described just now. That picture can be seen there.
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    • earth, when we experience something in the manner described and bear
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • we ourselves are able to weave in the manner described, and what all
    • correctly, as described just now. That picture can be seen there.
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    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • If soul-exercises are carried on in the way described here and in our
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • belongs, in every case, the soul-apparatus. And then they describe
    • the way that I have described, through the fact that what spreads
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    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • If soul-exercises are carried on in the way described here and in our
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • belongs, in every case, the soul-apparatus. And then they describe
    • the way that I have described, through the fact that what spreads
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    • adequately described. The ego is a supreme artist! But
    • what has here been described. The human Ideal was once actually
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    • adequately described. The ego is a supreme artist! But
    • what has here been described. The human Ideal was once actually
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    • ascribes it to the action of the magnetism of the earth. He seeks in
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    • which, in contradistinction to individual human life, we describe as
    • We shall therefore describe what we may call the
    • described as the character of homelessness, they would meet with
    • Swiss nation-spirit? He would describe in abstract expressions a few
    • the being of man. If we wish to describe man anthroposophically, we
    • sketchily described him, has evolved; that we can look back into a
    • the East or that which is more customary in the West, to describe
    • their existence which have just been described; so truly are they
    • the Baptist, indicated the Spirit we may describe as Zeitgeist in the
    • the activity of the Folk-spirits, into that which we have described
    • described as the actual inspirers — or we should here say, if
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    • besides the Archangelic Beings already described, other mysterious
    • we spoke of yesterday — and you will also find it described in
    • Beings such as the Folk-spirits we have described to-day. That was
    • as well as with man. We must not therefore ascribe our speech merely
    • described, not only therefore with the Spirits of Form who are at the
    • described. Hence it is so infinitely fascinating to follow up these
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    • inscribe in our soul and then follow with enthusiasm. But we must not
    • inwardly with what has just been described. Thus far can the
    • can in the manner described think of the world as continued beyond.
    • Spirits of Language, as I yesterday described. We have also described
    • described by historians is only outer maya, which hides the actual
    • a race? The Beings whom we describe as normal Spirits of Form or
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    • is spent in the way we have described, he becomes earthbound, he
    • ever in the same way, as Mr. Sinnett wrongly describes in his
    • describe as race. But if we picture this evolution as always rolling
    • In the manner just described a deviation from the laws
    • post-Atlantean civilization; this we have to describe as
    • revealed in what has already been described, namely, that
    • Thus we had to describe in general to-day the
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • describe as the first Hierarchy above man. The second Hierarchy is as
    • there is substance spread out,’ and he will describe this
    • forms; so that we have to describe the co-operative workings of three
    • essentially to be ascribed to the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • when we look down into the depths of the earth, we ascribe to the
    • schools speak. It is that too, which Goethe describes when he speaks
    • necessary. And those Beings whom we have described as belonging to
    • to describe as the special task of the Spirits of Form, the
    • co-operation was necessary, of all that we have described as the work
    • We have already begun to describe in our preceding
    • depends upon, that element which we have described as earth-bound,
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    • what we described in our last lecture as the third hierarchy, the
    • Spirits of Form so co-operate that what we have described in one of
    • normal Spirits of Form are active, those Beings who, as described in
    • stemmed there and ray up again from Earth, as was described at the
    • a similar manner something we might describe as Venus forces, as an
    • God Jahve describes Himself in the Semitic people as the God Who
    • Mongolian race, on the other that which we may describe as belonging
    • describe as Jupiter Spirits, working upon the senses. The Caucasians
    • incarnation, and that great leader of humanity whom we describe by
    • Finally, what we may describe as the abnormal Spirits of
    • all that we must describe as the Saturn-race, in everything to which
    • the process above described is palpable in the decline of this race.
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    • mission in the manner already described. This Spirit of the Age
    • describe as the reception by humanity of the Christ-impulse. The
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    • the spiritual impulses therein described, it will be necessary first
    • and of all the Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later described
    • to them has been preserved in a wonderful way It was described as a
    • described Odin, before he had acquired this capacity, had gone
    • place when the sun and moon were still united, are described to us.
    • The going forth of the moon is described, and how evolution then
    • described to us as a continuation of what had happened formerly and
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    • have been as described, and yet death would have come about from an
    • Scandinavian mythology have had to say if it had had to ascribe this
    • clairvoyance, which we may describe as a dreamy clairvoyance,
    • That which man will then see, they describe to him as
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    • investigation describe it more minutely. We must see how in Europe
    • Christ-impulse had been given to the earth, Tacitus could describe
    • culture. That part of man which we describe as the Sentient Soul was
    • then able to perceive, and we must therefore describe this
    • Folk-Souls, which are as I have just described, but also in a
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    • the evolution of the earth an event occurred which we may describe as
    • made the observations which he described in his Germania. No one who
    • receive impressions of which I should like to describe one to you. A
    • may describe as the greatest Being in the evolution of humanity, by
    • the direction I have described. We may also know that the spiritual
    • sufficiently described. He is, however, specially capable of bringing
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    • event that can be described only in the light of facts which are revealed to us
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    • event that can be described only in the light of facts which are revealed to us
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    • universal being or other, take no heed of what the soul must ascribe
    • today will find its context later on. But I believe we can inscribe
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    • certain relics or remains are left, as we have described. Further
    • sense described, and the souls who knew her will never feel
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    • Once again let us describe these forms of knowledge. On
    • I described to you yesterday. Think of what enters from the
    • a book in which he sets out to describe Anthroposophy. And people
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    • described as being “in accordance with the spirit,” did
    • continuation of the above-described direction of modern thought;
    • describes as the etheric body of man. It is interesting to notice how
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    • details; these are described in the books I have named. When thinking,
    • also to be found described in the above-named books. Through this
    • surroundings, through developing the will in the manner described we
    • experience which has been described there is formed a comprehensive
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    • ascribes it to his own activity of thinking. He forms chains of
    • inmost soul to the Upper Gods was being inscribed into an outer
    • The words of the prayer inscribed into the rising smoke the feelings
    • here and there, for example in the figure described by Goethe in his
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    • ascribes it to his own activity of thinking. He forms chains of
    • inmost soul to the Upper Gods was being inscribed into an outer
    • The words of the prayer inscribed into the rising smoke the feelings
    • here and there, for example in the figure described by Goethe in his
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    • the wall what can only be described as blurred, indistinct, damp
    • study the reproductions of the works ascribed to Leonardo scattered
    • described is aroused. We begin by studying Leonardo from his birth.
    • or that. He studied the details in the way just described. His
    • which innumerable such studies exist as have just been described.
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
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    • the wall what can only be described as blurred, indistinct, damp
    • study the reproductions of the works ascribed to Leonardo scattered
    • described is aroused. We begin by studying Leonardo from his birth.
    • or that. He studied the details in the way just described. His
    • which innumerable such studies exist as have just been described.
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
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    • fruitless and only describe external facts as long as it does not
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    • are just as wrong if we ascribe to each plant the possibility of an
    • scientist, along the lines described or indicated here, which can be
    • then, do the enemies of life described by him come into our organism?
    • may be described thus: You see your own organism with the whole of
    • respect to what has just been described, what is of a soul nature in
    • in the way described into the deeper organization — if we,
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    • are just as wrong if we ascribe to each plant the possibility of an
    • scientist, along the lines described or indicated here, which can be
    • then, do the enemies of life described by him come into our organism?
    • may be described thus: You see your own organism with the whole of
    • respect to what has just been described, what is of a soul nature in
    • in the way described into the deeper organization — if we,
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    • proved only by Spiritual Science, that by means already described,
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    • have been trying to describe, and what we can see in other ways as
    • to describe it, interests us much more than the content, the story
    • that is described and that could be expounded in various ways.
    • Spiritual Science describes him as being — we know that he
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    • to describe it, interests us much more than the content, the story
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    • Spiritual Science describes him as being — we know that he
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    • nonsense, of course. It is possible to describe an objective fact
    • esoteric scribes, as it were. The things we see are noted down as an
    • esoteric script. We inscribe onto the world what we perceive as
    • of our anthroposophic work. I have described it in more detail in
    • not really want the activity and strength I have just described. They
    • described. According to the methods available to them, the great
    • ourselves, so to speak. As I described earlier, usually the dream
    • astral body and ego. While the type of dream described earlier gives
    • hallucinations can occur under the circumstances I described earlier.
    • certain times in their life by methods other than those described by
    • describe this. We have to say that becoming clairvoyant in the way
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    • they have described the columns in this temple as supposedly linked
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    • describe this situation by saying that in sleep our ego and astral
    • in anthroposophy merely to play on human egotism, but to describe the
    • senses, we are looking at beings we can correctly describe as
    • way I have just described. We can give something to the dead by
    • events described, the listeners out of egotism feel that their
    • being described. These and similar reactions provide grounds for
    • have described. How he was prepared will be clear from his poetic
    • religious leaders through their teachings. To describe him merely as
    • ever since then, namely, the experience St. Paul described as “Not
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    • clairvoyant research since I have already described them in
    • describe the shape of the letters, but instead we get right to the
    • this person, a love that may well be described as objective because
    • on the Munich plays. To describe what happened, I would have to say
    • I described how we can feel
    • physical plane. Those who merely want to describe their visions would
    • any case higher beings than we are. Lucifer can be described as an
    • describe the higher worlds with concepts, thoughts, and ideas from
    • So we can also describe phenomena of the spiritual world with what we
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    • as we continue the activities I have described. In the limited scope
    • The method I have described
    • speech organs and uses them. Through the exercises described above,
    • ourselves in self-knowledge in the way described in my
    • have described; there we observe thoughts in ourselves and have the
    • or another person through the soul faculties I have described, we
    • people in our age make fun of what I have just described and belittle
    • spiritual world also deepens through the methods I have described and
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    • golden, out of the golden sunshine, and Hamerling describes what was
    • thing is that Hamerling ascribes his poetic calling to such an event,
    • described from his inner contemplation of the secrets of the heart
    • unfolding of three things in his soul. The first he later described in
    • neighboring Venice may be described as a happy time for him. He got
    • poem “The King of Sion” where he describes a person who
    • restore it. In Aspasia, he described the Greece of his
    • would also be much to tell if I were to describe how Hamerling's
    • I wanted to describe
    • universe. At the same time, he was a poet who could describe how the
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    • one-sided way. The same treatment cannot be prescribed as for the
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    • one-sided way. The same treatment cannot be prescribed as for the
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    • Thus Fingal stormed into battle, thus he is described by his son
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    • Many things are described in this book, which were objects of real
    • describes as gas, “Spiritum”; that is, a Spirit. That is
    • parables and comparisons for that which we have just described.
    • said: “I have described this vapour by the name ‘gas;’
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    • Many things are described in this book, which were objects of real
    • describes as gas, “Spiritum”; that is, a Spirit. That is
    • parables and comparisons for that which we have just described.
    • said: “I have described this vapour by the name ‘gas;’
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    • described in Anthroposophy. That is to say, we first have before us
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
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    • described in Anthroposophy. That is to say, we first have before us
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
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    • have so often described even in public lectures, we arrive at a
    • appears before us, might be described as follows: We ourselves
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • describe this, to meditate over such things, for then we progress
    • What I described
    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
    • described as peel.
    • now connect these things with other facts described in my
    • described before, when that which used to be our world loses its
    • into a world which very much resembles the one described just
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    • It is lecture transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
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    • have so often described even in public lectures, we arrive at a
    • appears before us, might be described as follows: We ourselves
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • describe this, to meditate over such things, for then we progress
    • What I described
    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
    • described as peel.
    • now connect these things with other facts described in my
    • described before, when that which used to be our world loses its
    • into a world which very much resembles the one described just
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    • Anthroposophy; nevertheless, Rudolf Steiner described this course
    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • While that book described the super-sensible world in a systematic and
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • Anthroposophie), he himself described the course as an
    • ‘Thus,’ he adds a few pages later, ‘if you describe the
    • of positivist science. If it can be described as a ‘formative
    • forces’ body, it can equally well be described, from another
    • as the earthly, physical world concerned you before. And, as you ascribe
    • the origin of your physical body to the physical earth, you now ascribe
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • ‘exists’; existence is to be ascribed to it. Existence,
    • however, cannot be ascribed to the thought. Thought can grasp the colour
    • you a semblance of yourself; and if you ascribe a spiritual origin to
    • in the way we have described and asking where they can find that knowledge
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • spring describes a complete circle in the heavens in 25,920 years, the
    • sun describes this circle every day. It rises and sets, thereby describing
    • the same point. The sun describes the same circle. It is similar with
    • empty consciousness in the way described. We then discover, objectively,
    • confront plants with the ‘meditative’ consciousness I described
    • already described, to look backwards in earth-evolution — if I
    • way described — I discover the following:
    • in which man finds himself and which I described at the outset. We shall
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • sun is described by all who claim today to be the representatives of
    • sound science. Consider, too, how these same savants describe the moon.
    • try to recall the way the moon, with its mountains, etc., is described.
    • manner described, from the physical to the spiritual again. Through
    • moon’. This science becomes inscribed in your heart, not merely in
    • stage of the path described in my book
    • then describe these things, they need not remain out of reach of one
    • cannot be understood unless we hear it described, in its true concrete
    • And all that the Science of Initiation can achieve, can be described
    • I shall describe these things at some future time.
    • tone of Anthroposophy should be. We shall now begin to describe the
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • ascribe will to ourselves and, on surveying our inner life, speak of
    • only be ascribed to a fundamental insincerity of our civilisation that
    • the polar antithesis I have described.
    • is described as meditation — for example, in my book:
    • Today we will only describe this path in bare outline, for we intend
    • strengthening your thinking in the way described, you feel your
    • external life in the way described and fixes attention on the second
    • We now become conscious of something quite definite, which can be described
    • world concerned you before. And, as you ascribe the origin of your physical
    • body to the physical earth, you now ascribe your
    • I have described we come, at first, to feel this inward touching of the
    • if we are thinking of man's physical body in the way described, we readily
    • cosmos when you traverse the path I have described.
    • merely take account of the body, they only describe ten per cent of man.
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • described how man must be regarded
    • complicated and one really perceives it in the way I described yesterday,
    • activity and all one might describe as music inwardly sensed. But
    • do gain the conception of the etheric as described, but we also receive
    • course, that it has been ascribed to Archimedes. He was bathing one
    • way I have described. Everywhere behind this weaving water the cosmic
    • I described yesterday. I can only draw it diagramatically, and in the
    • observe his astral body and this makes upon us the impression I described
    • — I described such knowledge yesterday — one attains the
    • if you describe the astral body as I have done in my
    • exudations. Even the phantoms described by Schrcnk-Notzing are only
    • study the world and man in the way I have described you will realise
    • the power of love in the way I have described. The man we were in a
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • led to say: The processes described as psychical, and the processes
    • we described as belonging to the etheric organism continue during sleep.
    • us recall how we had to describe the activity of the astral body
    • suppose a man, by such soul exercises as I have described, has actually
    • should now like to describe this in quite a crude way. Suppose such
    • science or medicine describe on anatomical grounds. It is a grand spiritual
    • is really a return in time to what I described as past for ordinary
    • I described as being made upon the sleeping man through the medium of
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • The picture I have just described may relate to a railway accident in
    • finds expression now, perhaps years afterwards, in the dream described.
    • in his life. Hence I once described psycho-analysis as dilettantism,
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • approach to describe ‘imaginative’ vision in relation to
    • as I ascribed to him yesterday when I said of his life of action, for
    • as inferior; he can judge them, but does not ascribe to them the power
    • experience I have just described. He no longer feels himself confronting
    • describe the passage of the human being through the soul-region after
    • maimed — as I have described. All this has remained in the
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    • teachers of the twentieth century, he felt that it was vital to describe
    • can describe as the flight of our memories out into the cosmos. And
    • we have exchanged has its spiritual counterpart; it is there, inscribed
    • These conceal, to a certain extent, what we have inscribed into the world
    • part of the spiritual counterpart and is inscribed into the spiritual
    • and a great part of the backward journey I have described is concerned
    • inscribed upon spiritual existence with clear strokes, that gives us
    • life between death and birth that I have described to you schematically.
    • all I have described and enter the realm of spiritual beings. This enhances
    • enter. The after-effect takes its course as I have described and we
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    • described still existed. I do not know whether there are many here
    • fixed, dogmatic, circumscribed aim. And that brings us to a fact of
    • influenced by that mood which I have described as characteristic of
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    • then said concerning the Anti-Modernist Oath. I described its nature
    • Conception and at the same time ascribe to Darwinism; thus we
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    • has been described, then it appears to him as something unreal, as an
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    • has been described, then it appears to him as something unreal, as an
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    • I tried to describe to you something of how European
    • strong sense of something which I should now like to describe.
    • I have so far described simply as a feeling that is surging up.
    • civilisation that the feeling I have just described from another
    • stated, by sensing the incongruity I have described, by feeling the
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    • I tried to describe to you something of how European
    • strong sense of something which I should now like to describe.
    • I have so far described simply as a feeling that is surging up.
    • civilisation that the feeling I have just described from another
    • stated, by sensing the incongruity I have described, by feeling the
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    • that it is true or correct; we ascribe to it a quality, an
    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • think, to describe at this point what is, on the face of it, an
    • etc. — described in my book,
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    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • think, to describe at this point what is, on the face of it, an
    • etc. — described in my book,
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    • What I have now described for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
    • post-Atlantean period at the point I have described, so is liberty of
    • described in detail. It is actually brought to life in order that the
    • described above, the moment has come when parents and children,
    • the particular “shade” described in today's lecture. Many
    • describe how the human beings A, B and C have developed and enter
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
    • way of living in former times — all this is described with a
    • described, even to the world of the angels who lost Christ from their
    • No, knowledge of the Spirit may not be described as
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    • What I have now described for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
    • post-Atlantean period at the point I have described, so is liberty of
    • described in detail. It is actually brought to life in order that the
    • described above, the moment has come when parents and children,
    • the particular “shade” described in today's lecture. Many
    • describe how the human beings A, B and C have developed and enter
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
    • way of living in former times — all this is described with a
    • described, even to the world of the angels who lost Christ from their
    • No, knowledge of the Spirit may not be described as
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    • phases to become what may be described as modern man's consciousness of the
    • and other writings is described how man at present, when he
    • who lived during the period described in my
    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • experiences were revealed through speech. What I have described was
    • in thinking as I have described. They separate thinking from breathing and
    • described, which lead man into higher worlds are mainly exercises in the
    • advances. While it is easier to have something prescribed than continue
    • I have tried today, my dear friends, to describe to you how it is possible
    • know about such things as those described yesterday
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    • phases to become what may be described as modern man's consciousness of the
    • and other writings is described how man at present, when he
    • who lived during the period described in my
    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • experiences were revealed through speech. What I have described was
    • in thinking as I have described. They separate thinking from breathing and
    • described, which lead man into higher worlds are mainly exercises in the
    • advances. While it is easier to have something prescribed than continue
    • I have tried today, my dear friends, to describe to you how it is possible
    • know about such things as those described yesterday
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • — if I may so describe it — we went on to other work which
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    • meditation; preparing himself by meditative life, as I described it
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    • while on the other hand, Count Lerchenfeld describes it as the best
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    • ascribed to all manner of other things.
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    • Rudolf Steiner described for the first time how to make the bio-dynamic
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    • thus produces he describes as “auxines” — life-kindling
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    • have prescribed how many ounces of meat they are to eat, and how much
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    • However else clay may be described, however, else we may have to
    • Saturn. For the plant, we may describe the one kind as
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • describe as the astral. It is the astral spirituality in the
    • We may describe the
    • of the Universe once more, as we described above. It is hydrogen
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • earthly matter — permeated, as I have now described it, by humus-substances
    • reasons which we may yet be able to describe, and it is this which works
    • already described to you from several standpoints, and that is the chalky
    • mobility if we treat it as I have now described. We then prepare the
    • if we just leave the pile of compost as I described it hitherto, it
    • to further development. For the method I have just described can be
    • 500 and 501. The Preparations described in Lecture 5 are referred
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • — the smallest of living entities. They ascribe to these minute
    • generally of little use for the doctor to be able to describe an illness
    • such as I have here described.
    • as I have now described, and the plant will be prepared to draw things
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • a weed is, described it thus: “Everything that grows at a place
    • in circumscribed areas, whatever they wanted to have. They knew of these
    • way we come again to what was formerly described as “Wisdom of the
    • as I have now described it. What, then, should we do?
    • when you transform it as described, into a kind of liquid manure, and
    • process to the one I described.
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • which I described for the special case of the tree. But that is not
    • as between the insects and the birds. I will describe it in a picture.
    • take delight; you may even study them in the way I have described. Theo
    • and tradition; he felt that this proverb describes something very true
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    • spiritual entities. To facilitate this, Steiner prescribes specific
    • describe the animal rather differently from man. For man, we speak quite
    • exactly when we describe this threefold nature of the body; for the
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    • and down, so as to describe a surface. This surface is
    • have once described to you that
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    • have once described to you that
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • that we can describe them as ‘persons’ for those worlds,
    • we meet not only these beings who have been described as extending their
    • to describe. We can only do so comparatively by saying that they are
    • are those whom I have described as having their real habitat on the
    • on the other hand, from the wild beings who have been described to you
    • concerned describes from his Memoirs the machinations of a person[3]
    • he describes it with a certain satisfaction because he was armed against
    • and manifestation. Thus, for instance, the beings just described to
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • can by no means be described as “time” as we understand
    • member; they are described in the Apocalypse as beings who are “full
    • and Who is inscribed in the Zodiac as the Being Who for the sake of
    • revealed to us when from our circumscribed existence we look up into
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • Various popular books, too, describe such statements as completely backward
    • kind of great primordial nebula, as our physical science describes.
    • kind of physical mist. To describe it as a kind of mist and nothing
    • he describes just as the observer who denied the passion and anger
    • and described only the moving hand. In reality, what took place there
    • pains and joys I described to you in a previous lecture. Thus in the
    • those beings which I have described as remaining at a time of life comparable
    • if I should de-scribe it to you, for the present human form has arisen
    • in the physical realm may be just what the physicist describes, but
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • describes to us inaccurately, but Theosophy or spiritual science exactly
    • we have described it, and from the environment — continuously
    • One must however describe it as a childish fantasy when it is emphasized
    • further one. We must now describe their being as consisting of astral
    • astral body also and that their lowest member is the ego. To describe
    • If we wish to describe
    • soul. So that what is described in my
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • human being himself. We will describe the processes which are presented
    • one eye — went back to this stage. It was no real eye and to describe
    • just described as the human beings radiated an individual light, and
    • time which I have described to you as the departure of the sun. All
    • along the lines which I described as lines of warmth and gradually passed
    • but what I have just described. The origin of the organism is spirit,
    • and the state that I have described to you as mummifying would have
    • of clairvoyance. I have already described how he could fill his consciousness
    • off within the earth-mass which is described in occultism as “ash.”
    • nature was entirely absent from them up to the time I have now described
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • was formed. It was further described how that was all still in a rarefied
    • element would be deposited as was de-scribed in the last lecture. If
    • was described: first blood, then nerves, glands, and finally the solid
    • if someone wished to describe the succeeding conditions as a simple
    • make terrible mistakes unless one describes out of the occult facts
    • as a kind of warmth-man, as I described last time, yet at the same time
    • know, also described the animal group-souls on the Earth and have also
    • in the human body, right up to the astral body (we have already described
    • about which one could also describe by saying that in a single incarnation
    • of the Lemurian Age — which I should never describe in a public
    • come. It is called the “last crisis” and must be described
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • We can therefore describe the human consciousness as one having for
    • as during the devachanic condition, man, as we described, will also
    • They ascribed reality to the Spirits who manifest in light, but to Satan
    • up to a lofty Being Who surpasses all that we have just described, the
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • those I have just described to you which are unable to transform their
    • to describe what constitutes a physical body, one can say that one sees
    • mass and develop in the gruesome way I described earlier. The process
    • I have said as to how Jupiter differs from our Earth. We have described
    • civilization through wisdom, but he must not ascribe wisdom
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • they are inscribed in the Akashic Record which is a faithful record
    • been described will be led together of their own free will. Those will
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • the relationships that have been described. You can realize this through
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    • up all the experiences undergone in the way described
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    • above described stream of civilisation as late as the 12th
    • action. Above all, man ascribes to himself the
    • human beings ascribed to their own person only their
    • said to themselves — and what I shall now describe
    • men whom I have now described. For if they had done so, the
    • in the time which I have now described, we witness the rise
    • me,” the men whom I described above felt themselves
    • described. That was a time when men could still grow deeply
    • that stream of thought which I described at the beginning
    • of soul such as I have now described.
    • inner understanding, when we describe the men who lived in
    • to describe today. We must attain a living, sympathetic
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    • sphere of being which you will find described as
    • this stage, we can describe it as follows:
    • described how this backward journey through life takes
    • describe it, is the first Act that is unfolded in the life
    • life which I have described to you. There he experiences
    • — a reality, which I had to describe not long ago as
    • way. They are at pains — if I may so describe it
    • described, it hinders people from receiving into their
    • documents, — future historians will have to describe
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    • already described what the world of the stars is from a
    • describes his steps upon the earth; they reckoned with what
    • once described here as a great cult or act of ritual was
    • one hand by something that I cannot otherwise describe than
    • disembodied souls. It was a feeling which I can describe
    • describe as a kind of Faustian feeling, though not
    • point which I described, in the first half of the 19th
    • what I described as a sense of shame at his own attitude
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    • described how the Anthroposophical Movement is composed of
    • described in
    • may describe as the first Christian incarnation.
    • It certainly went as far as I have just described.
    • death, came into a strange position, which I may describe
    • groups of men who are described to us in the religious
    • gathering above the earth, which I described here the other
    • described just now had reached. Compared to those others,
    • — if I may so describe it — in a vague and
    • kind that I have now described. The two types can be
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    • described in the last lecture.
    • before them another thing, which I shall describe directly.
    • simple and unbiased human feeling he would describe it in
    • souls such as I have described today, — what kind of
    • other things I have described, this feeling became more and
    • describe the rise of the Catechism, but much is given, my
    • described a certain feeling, but there is another which I
    • must describe to you as follows: — We must go back
    • underwent the conditions I described, who looked down on to
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    • the living spiritual life which I have described.
    • so describe it, with the great spirits of Chartres, for
    • described it, in super-sensible worlds, leading to that
    • I cannot describe this world of facts in any theoretic way;
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    • described, my dear friends, how in certain special Schools
    • described to you how much was achieved in the School of
    • how it is connected from what I described in our last
    • facts that here follow, can only be described in pictures,
    • They must be livingly described. Therefore I must now
    • describe what happened in the beginning of the age when the
    • and then we have what I have described as an Imaginative
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    • to describe how the individual anthroposophist can come to
    • cleverness of it was ascribed to the inspiration of
    • man ascribes his cleverness, his intelligence, to himself.
    • Mysteries was again and again described. Wonderfully
    • in super-sensible Inspirations, there was described what I
    • sank down through a primeval Sin which St. Martin describes
    • the way I have now described; critical to a degree in the
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    • Gabriel; and I have described how the rulership of Gabriel
    • feeling of the battle I described the day before yesterday,
    • nexus that I have described, in the super-sensible School of
    • fulfilment of all the things I have described, we are
    • describe it so, either non-anthroposophists are being
    • in the way I have just described, will be such that the
    • there is a counterpart to what I have just described, when
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    • I have described the matters connected with the former
    • the way I have described before he came down into the
    • Michael stream as above described, were thus predestined to
    • the spiritual world which I have described. But all these
    • have just described, has a gigantic influence on his
    • living-together with such as I have here described should
    • down into the Physical. I described it yesterday as
    • mean, we are exposed to all that I described above as the
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    • indeed, that men could not ascribe to themselves the
    • essence of Intelligence. They ascribed to the inspiration
    • describe these things in a fully Imaginative form. When a
    • holding sway as I have described. For they had perceived
    • described in other connections, showing the part it played
    • however, we must describe it as it appeared from the aspect
    • describe it as it is seen from that perspective —
    • now, hitherto I have only described in abstract terms how
    • describe, is after all only the outer side. You know that
    • friends, though we do ascribe an entirely different kind of
    • nevertheless we must ascribe decisions, weighty
    • can describe by choosing comparisons from the
    • what I described in our last lecture, when I said: Here now
    • Renan describes Jesus as a genius. Nietzsche does not see
    • written in full. That Jesus is described as an
    • describe (as I did in the Introduction to my
    • means of expression to describe the mighty transition that
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • which has been described flowed out from the Pentecost
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • all-encompassing love and awakened from the described
    • thing is exaggeratedly described as something which cannot
    • but describe them as such. May those who wish to approach
    • What clairvoyant observation sees is as I have described
    • described, insofar as he has created the necessary
    • conditions in his soul. For in fact what I have described
    • have now described. The apostles, due to their soul
    • of which beamed what I have been trying to describe in
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • isn't easy to describe all this in words using
    • described as the Ascension and the immediately following
    • gave it the content I have just described. The soul had to
    • describe the resurrection of Lazarus as a kind of fraud
    • if his life had been as Renan describes it. In the future,
    • describe this when Christ Jesus goes up to the Mount of
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • addition to what is described in books, much more can have
    • into the other Jesus child, into the Jesus child described
    • We know that the Gospel of Luke describes the moment when
    • sitting with the scribes and how all were so astonished by
    • the temple. They saw the potential scholar (scribe) in him,
    • scribes/scholars said who came to his home in Nazareth, and
    • astonished those scribes who looked upon him as a
    • his soul. What he heard from the scribes at that time made
    • lead to error in what the scribes spoke based on the old
    • as proof of the teaching – the Talmud also describes
    • an inspiring voice amongst rabbis and scribes.
    • scribes such strong answers in his twelfth year, but he
    • things are not described in the other gospels. And it is
    • certainty, I must describe the scene.
    • were kept in that Order than from the scribes and scholars.
    • became the John the Baptist described in the Gospels. Jesus
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • twenty-nine years old, and which I described yesterday?
    • already described, to the extent that an infinite wisdom
    • described Hillel as having a mild, gentle character and who
    • described the beauty, the greatness and the glory of the
    • the event took place which I have often described: the
    • of the thirty years of life which I have already described.
    • that the scene I am about to describe is essentially
    • scene appears in several Gospels, which describe it from
    • what is described in the Bible as driving out demons.
    • him were different from those whom he described to his
    • possible to listen in to a conversation among scribes. They
  • Title: Lecture: Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse: Introduction
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    • Although the struggle between good and evil is described
    • Rudolf Steiner describes the spiritual scientific method with its three
    • describes how Rudolf
    • he could certainly also describe the negative, dark aspects of any subject
    • the working of Sorat, the two-horned beast described in chapter 13 of
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    • according to the laws of world creation just described. The Rosicrucians
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    • according to the laws of world creation just described. The Rosicrucians
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    • everything described therein had already taken place when John wrote
    • then symbolize the martyrs. Earthquakes such as John described with
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    • prescribed precisely, stage by stage.
    • are described. The lives of Orpheus, Pythagoras, Hermes, and Buddha
    • value we find ascribed to the externals of life. Absolutely nothing
    • could be described of Herme' experience took place in inner mysteries,
    • described everywhere in the same way, the Gospels are in agreement on
    • the most important things. We can describe the life of an initiate if
    • was described in ancient Egypt and Persia as the union of the soul with
    • the spiritual, so was it also described here in the north. Here in the
    • will approach is described in the Apocalypse. We will understand the
    • Revelation to John is thus described. It is a Christian book; that is
    • the mysteries of the physical plane are described and then, out of
    • forth. This is described in the resounding of the trumpets when the
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    • century will one day be described as the materialistic century in the
    • we do so above all because she is a martyr in the sense just described,
    • to prepare for many of the things described in the Apocalypse as prophetic
    • revolutions stand before humankind; they are described in the
    • Friday” just as little as a mathematician describes Pythagorian
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    • Apocalypse is a book of initiation. It describes the steps to be taken
    • But what Pythagoras described is what the seer perceives after the
    • will find a description of how Christian mysticism describes the devachanic
    • physical plane. This is described to us in a certain way in the seven
    • a world flooded with light, pictures, and forms. That is described to
    • A wonderful legend describes
    • present day evolution is described in the seven letters. We think of
    • into ascent. When the writer of the Apocalypse wants to describe the
    • describes this pull downward on the astral body: “I know where
    • relevant passage you will see the city described this way: “I know
    • must be described with pictures that can only be described as repulsive.
    • describes to us what a present-day initiate experiences. He describes
    • condition in astral signs. To describe this condition the writer of
    • time, words that describe the goal, the essence, the leitmotif of the
    • If Theosophy is also connected with what is described in the book of
    • (1228) describes a man in Armenia, Cartaphilus, who later converted
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    • it and the other explanations. Those who describe history externally want
    • had heard about all that is described in the Gospels. Paul knew exactly
    • the exercises prescribed in occult schools, a clairvoyant sees entirely
    • describes the same thing to us when he speaks of the “Son of
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    • in elementary theosophical teaching we cannot describe the life between
    • death and a new birth in more detail we usually describe the life in
    • different to experience. We can describe this history only in separate
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    • of the Apocalypse described. They can see the visions of the writer of
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    • a lamb. The writer of the Apocalypse describes the sign of the beast.
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    • even precisely described in the Bible where it is said: “... then
    • is ascribed to animalistic nature but in a fundamental sense the Bible
    • ascribes this number of the third group to human beings. So the number
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    • name is the Christ: “... and he has a name inscribed which no one
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    • practice what they had spiritually resolved. Words are impotent to describe
    • described in our books, but in this case it was attained in the following
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • in the manner described. And the ether body is the means or medium whereby
    • prepared to receive the inspirations that I have described as coming out of
    • described in such a way that they may be rightly understood — that is,
    • Revolution as the historians have described them. But in addition to the
    • shadow of the event I have described today, the event which left
    • evolution in the way I have described. The 18th century mixed up Equality,
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    • practice what they had spiritually resolved. Words are impotent to describe
    • described in our books, but in this case it was attained in the following
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • in the manner described. And the ether body is the means or medium whereby
    • prepared to receive the inspirations that I have described as coming out of
    • described in such a way that they may be rightly understood — that is,
    • Revolution as the historians have described them. But in addition to the
    • shadow of the event I have described today, the event which left
    • evolution in the way I have described. The 18th century mixed up Equality,
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    • within the bony structure we have described, the firm and secure
    • deeds, the actions, which we ascribe to the instrumentality of the
    • only describe the whole man as embedded in the aura. Although we must
    • hard to describe, since they do not often appear among the ordinary
    • describe what is here within the aura, one thing may nevertheless be
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    • described give us a kind of image, signify in a way a revelation, on
    • describe as the cause of everything that takes place in these upper
    • case of ordinary inanimate beings in nature, we can ascribe only a
    • influence transmitted by means of the nerves inscribes itself in the
    • changed horizon of consciousness which may be described somewhat as
    • him, so that everything is inscribed upon the blood-system as on a
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    • inscribes itself upon the tablet of the blood. By means of
    • world which, nevertheless, actually inscribes itself upon the tablet
    • against the tablet of the blood, while being, as it were, inscribed
    • be inscribed upon the blood, that any influence can be exercised upon
    • the process described yesterday the connection between the nerve and
    • be described as a plethoric tissue with minute white corpuscles
    • produce the condition that has just been described. To external
    • that the human organism is not what it is often described as being,
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    • function ascribed to the spleen in the entire being of man; that this
    • as that which we have described; yet it would be impossible to begin
    • what was described yesterday is the merest trifle. Far more important
    • names as we have described is justified, that in occultism the
    • organism, not directly, but, as has already been described, by the
    • (and we shall describe it still more accurately from the standpoint
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    • particularly spiritual organ and is described as such.
    • we have such a collision as I described roughly in the case of
    • inscribe themselves upon the instrument of the ego, the blood, so
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    • nutritional system, which we have described as expressing the actual
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    • ourselves already compelled to ascribe as a preliminary the
    • then, in man, which we may describe by saying that the bony system is
    • described. Now the first thing we come upon here is something in
    • texture woven of those processes which we must describe as belonging
    • be inscribed on the other side of the tablet of the blood all that
    • in the way we described when we said that in the process of
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    • in the same way, which we have described in the preceding lectures.
    • corresponds in a certain way with what we have described as the
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • a seer has described the pictures he experienced on looking into the
    • obtaining light upon the world it describes except through Spiritual
    • to describe to some extent the origin and development of our earth
    • I tried to describe the gradual growth of our earth as the planetary
    • in broad outline, what I described there. At what point then in the
    • progressed, and at the time now being described has reached a certain
    • ideas which we use today to describe processes in the external
    • these lectures we shall learn to know them better, and to describe
    • combined effort. If you accept all that I have described to you
    • inwardly, and another manifesting outwardly — and then ascribe
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • described. The character of the sound resembling our B, called forth
    • previously been left in my mind, I can describe it.” It was
    • act of recollection, would have described it. They could not have
    • warmth, air, water, such as I have described the tohu wabohu
    • to describe what is taking place? One cannot more fittingly express
    • describe as a pricking or penetrating. That is a thoroughly objective
    • way I have described. What is so remarkable about this ancient record
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • the events there described really took place in the sphere of
    • this more closely described in my
    • one hand, and an element of sound on the other, such as I described
    • confusion which is described in the Bible by the words tohu wabohu.
    • out of the psychic or spiritual activity which I have described as
    • have just described to you what the Elohim did. Within the
    • forms of energy which I have just described. You could also put it
    • reached what is described in Genesis as the second “day”;
    • which I have hitherto described had already existed before, though in
    • on the Sun, it is what we have described as the sprouting plant
    • plant nature is wonderfully described in the Bible. I will deal later
    • of itself. That is very clearly described in the Bible, when it says
    • possible as regards the animal nature. We have already described how
    • begin with, let us see nothing but this in what is described as
    • air and water comes into existence. It describes a recapitulation of
    • knowledge to which we can raise ourselves! Must we not ascribe to
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
    • could pour all that was in them. I have already described how it
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • describes a repetition within the developing earth of this ancient
    • sound-ether. So we may describe the elementary existence of the earth
    • describe as “earth” or “solid” must not be
    • confused with what modern science calls earth. What is described here
    • direction, as I described to you yesterday. A force enters into the
    • described yesterday.
    • which could have been learnt from Genesis. I only described what I
    • finally to solid, to the earth element, in the way I have described.
    • there too I called the Archai Time-Spirits, and described how they
    • activity was associated what can be described as an alternation of
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • elementary existence described in the Bible account of the creation,
    • see something of the nature of Being behind what is described as
    • nevertheless there, the Sun, which I have described as an inweaving
    • described in my
    • of this soul-spiritual entity) is described as weaving over the
    • is described in Genesis in words of which various translations exist.
    • described that in my Christiania lectures
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • themselves who have brought this about! We may describe their
    • described as a complex of existence. But in a certain way there
    • described as the cosmic meditation of the Elohim. When we are told
    • physicists take note of facts, describe facts — the real and
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • described this earlier form as a kind of lower clairvoyant
    • it is something inscribed in the Akashic record or whether he has
    • Capesius is a real picture of the young Capesius, as it is inscribed
    • consciousness I have just described was experienced on the Moon, only
    • to ascribe to it nothing that is not pregnant with meaning, to take
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • the course of these lectures we have described
    • described as the first “day” of creation. Thus in the
    • describe their lot is to describe the lot of the rudimentary human
    • period of development described in Genesis the Elohim had advanced so
    • end of the series of events described in the Genesis account of the
    • him come about? Here we come to something described pretty fully in my
    • imagine that the Beings whom we have described as Luciferic
    • described, he received into himself the Luciferic influence. We shall
    • describes the situation when I say that through the contraction of
    • to that, we have reached the very period of time which is described
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • described in detail in my
    • earth. What we might describe as the toughest souls were able to go
    • “days” of creation have been described, there comes what
    • with the first. I have often described how during the progress of
    • condition began to take on physical form. In the condition described
    • etheric-astral state. What was described on the third
    • plants of today cannot be ascribed to a very early period.
    • individual physical form. And the Atlantean mist is described as in
    • with those ancient times which are described in the second and on
    • you find described in my
    • circumstances which I have described to you man receives into his
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    • Steiner describes the formative work of the Elohim, as well as other
    • what is described in the opening verses takes place. The biblical
    • moon. What has been described by Spiritual Science as coming after
    • describe the being of man? Wonderfully! The passage is a model of
    • after the image I have described to you. This earth-man arose because
    • of life. The event which is described as the creation of man by
    • describe it (so far as representation is possible at all) by saying
    • same way as the other, lower beings, whose nature is described as
    • form, of the etheric man. If one wanted to describe the Jahve-man who
    • pursue our study of its origin as far back as the times described in
    • upon the facts which are described for us in Genesis, he fords to
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    • consider the way in which Anthroposophy describes the path leading to
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • have described, is one which I might call morphological thinking, one
    • meditation which are described in principle in some of my books.
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds, namely the stage described in my
    • The imaginative knowledge described to you just now, leads, as
    • the soul and the body. The soul is described as if it were the
    • described.
    • grows stronger if we do these exercises which are described in
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • have now described to you two ways of thinking: the ordinary way of
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • have now described to you in the first place a path of knowledge. But
    • this is incompletely described if it is merely described as a path of
    • But when we ascend to the spiritual world in the manner described we
    • What we describe as reality is therefore intimately related with our
    • way I have described.
    • described. The path leading to higher worlds indicated by the
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
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    • consider the way in which Anthroposophy describes the path leading to
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • have described, is one which I might call morphological thinking, one
    • meditation which are described in principle in some of my books.
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds, namely the stage described in my
    • The imaginative knowledge described to you just now, leads, as
    • the soul and the body. The soul is described as if it were the
    • described.
    • grows stronger if we do these exercises which are described in
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • have now described to you two ways of thinking: the ordinary way of
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • have now described to you in the first place a path of knowledge. But
    • this is incompletely described if it is merely described as a path of
    • But when we ascend to the spiritual world in the manner described we
    • What we describe as reality is therefore intimately related with our
    • way I have described.
    • described. The path leading to higher worlds indicated by the
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
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    • described in his biographical sketch how this eye condition misled
    • described, for example, how he often walked through darkness and, due
    • In the recent lectures it was described how the human being,
    • pointed out already, he who engages in the exercises described in
    • appears as described. This means to be in the position of allowing
    • the way I described, the spiritual world that appears, the will must
    • not only have the described faculties but must be able, after the
    • exercises for the soul, described in
    • what has just been described; one feels oneself as if over an abyss.
    • have described, fear, terror, and horror will approach us, but we
    • Guardian of the Threshold. I tried to describe something concrete
    • described before entering — and yet be aware of nothing
    • ease is closely related to fear. We have already described the basis
    • error, however, that in encountering the described phenomenon he is
    • described here is self-love, sense of self; self-love has as its
    • have tried to describe only sketchily today will become aware that
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    • described in his biographical sketch how this eye condition misled
    • described, for example, how he often walked through darkness and, due
    • In the recent lectures it was described how the human being,
    • pointed out already, he who engages in the exercises described in
    • appears as described. This means to be in the position of allowing
    • the way I described, the spiritual world that appears, the will must
    • not only have the described faculties but must be able, after the
    • exercises for the soul, described in
    • what has just been described; one feels oneself as if over an abyss.
    • have described, fear, terror, and horror will approach us, but we
    • Guardian of the Threshold. I tried to describe something concrete
    • described before entering — and yet be aware of nothing
    • ease is closely related to fear. We have already described the basis
    • error, however, that in encountering the described phenomenon he is
    • described here is self-love, sense of self; self-love has as its
    • have tried to describe only sketchily today will become aware that
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    • The forces which you find described in my little book
    • are the Hecate forces. When Spiritual Science describes for you how
    • Science. Today we are again beginning in the way I have described in
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    • being, and I can describe to you the difference between external
    • rather like what I have just described as regards the physical world.
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • forces of physical, etheric and astral bodies, you need only describe
    • is an occult sign; one can meditate on such signs; I have described
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    • be wrong if one were to apply what I have just described for the
    • spirituality because the other Angels whom I have described are
    • individualities of the hierarchies we have described — an
    • I have described in the book
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
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    • have already tried to describe in considerable detail such figures as
    • the chemical forces described in the text-books, all the forces at
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
    • gods. Hence he ascribed what he bore within him to what were called
    • of followers, described in mythology as sileni, fauns and other like
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    • what I am about to describe as a first tremendous challenge to the
    • ordinary science is accustomed; here things are so described that
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • know also. But Silenus is described to us as a wise individual. We
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    • the figure there described, the figure we know as Capesius. We know
    • be described in the following way. When the human being cultivates
    • must come to know more closely what it is that I have just described
    • described could enter into human life. It streamed into human
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
    • reflected form, which we can describe as related to reality as
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    • matter described by the geologists or the mineralogists or the
    • physicists. To describe the Earth as the physicists and the
    • oneself to the skeleton. What physical science describes is only a
    • directions. Actually it is quite wrong to describe the animals which
    • to describe man, who really distorts the several streams which flow
    • to describe this instreaming in its purest form from above? We know
    • prepared through the two Jesus children, as is described in my little book
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • which we have closely described in the last two lectures as the
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    • The impression they endeavoured to convey can best be described by saying
    • of Christ-Jesus — these are the aspects that have been described.
    • the qualities of love described in the Gospel of St. Luke. This Gospel,
    • Power — that is what is described in the Gospel of St. Mark as a
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    • that world. These laws had, as it were, to be inscribed into the blood
    • — which until then might be described as a synthesis of outer
    • of the etheric body. The beginning of the third period may be described
    • personality of the Jesus described in St. Matthew's Gospel. Firstly,
    • only through the special measures that have been described.
    • sagas, in the legend of Gudrun, for example, this is described as an
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    • of it as a ‘primeval wisdom.’ It can be described more exactly
    • who obeyed the prescribed rules to the letter were obliged to refrain
    • founded upon ancient spirit-inspiration. This experience was described
    • compatible with the goal described were to be preserved. This is indicated
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    • universal disease of the age was then unequivocally described, as you
    • Christian era, describes the fall of the Roman Empire, but not the
    • why a good historian can always describe a decline, but not a growth
    • described by a person able to have Imaginations. If a man does not
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    • I have described one such case: the false statements of Dessoir.
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    • and do not see the chairs and other things. Though we do not describe
    • often described the reason. The higher faculties of the super-sensible
    • man. I described this as a significant mystery in the intercourse
    • concerning these can be described differently. We may say that they
    • ascribed to the soul. This abolition of the spirit is of tremendous
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    • Science, in the sense often described, by rightly maintaining the
    • of waking. I shall now describe with more detail a few things
    • it is not so difficult to develop the mood here described, for the
    • described.
    • pillars just described: a high-principled course of life, and an
    • described, we approach the dead. Then, when we form thoughts, which
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    • perception of what I described as the ‘light’ which is
    • as just described, and this unity is experienced in the feeling of
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    • develop in ordinary consciousness. This feeling can only be described
    • — gratitude towards life, confidence in life as described,
    • physical things; for the above-described universal confidence in life
    • described from various points of view, and when some day my lectures on
    • prescribed for it, but also that from which the rest of the organism
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    • noteworthy scientist of the nineteenth century described the basic
    • of the desire to dominate. One described women as conservative,
    • describes the human being as possessing four members.
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    • noteworthy scientist of the nineteenth century described the basic
    • of the desire to dominate. One described women as conservative,
    • describes the human being as possessing four members.
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    • methods described in my book
    • anyone who develops his thinking in the way we have described
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • described how man changes from one week to the next, from one hour to
    • the super-sensible being of man, as I have just described it, does the
    • human evolution. Lessing described this very beautifully, whichever
    • of the epoch I described as the era of the evolution of intelligence
    • spirit. And the path I described to you today and the day before
    • into the spirit of human evolution in the way I have described,
    • have tried to describe. If you become aware of what is living deep
    • will not be able to harm us. And I should like to describe in the
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    • methods described in my book
    • anyone who develops his thinking in the way we have described
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • described how man changes from one week to the next, from one hour to
    • the super-sensible being of man, as I have just described it, does the
    • human evolution. Lessing described this very beautifully, whichever
    • of the epoch I described as the era of the evolution of intelligence
    • spirit. And the path I described to you today and the day before
    • into the spirit of human evolution in the way I have described,
    • have tried to describe. If you become aware of what is living deep
    • will not be able to harm us. And I should like to describe in the
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    • described the whole wretched business in that chapter in my book
    • base of what I have just described, it presents itself thus: It is
    • described. This kind of thought is ‘trumps’ and rules
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
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    • described the whole wretched business in that chapter in my book
    • base of what I have just described, it presents itself thus: It is
    • described. This kind of thought is ‘trumps’ and rules
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
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    • eighteenth century, dying at the age of 29, describe the
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    • eighteenth century, dying at the age of 29, describe the
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    • wanted to describe, from a certain point of view, the present
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    • wanted to describe, from a certain point of view, the present
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    • active in us which we describe as ‘moral’, which streams
    • division as I have described to you does not appear only on the
    • yet give full weight to what I have described today. But the consequences
    • described is that knowledge of the world which may be striven for
    • in the way I have attempted to describe in my book
    • described in my
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    • active in us which we describe as ‘moral’, which streams
    • division as I have described to you does not appear only on the
    • yet give full weight to what I have described today. But the consequences
    • described is that knowledge of the world which may be striven for
    • in the way I have attempted to describe in my book
    • described in my
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    • It is a lecture transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
    • a mysterious kind of inspiration, which we may describe as a
    • described to you something, whether it be described through regular
    • in this sphere, in the way already described; they are also active in
    • have the kind of vision, or imagination, described day before
    • himself passed through all those experiences which I have described,
    • etheric body — as well as upon what we have here described as
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    • It is a lecture transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
    • a mysterious kind of inspiration, which we may describe as a
    • described to you something, whether it be described through regular
    • in this sphere, in the way already described; they are also active in
    • have the kind of vision, or imagination, described day before
    • himself passed through all those experiences which I have described,
    • etheric body — as well as upon what we have here described as
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    • In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes the evolutionary task
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    • In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes the evolutionary task
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    • In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes the evolutionary task
    • done. Today we will try to describe the evolutionary stage of
    • describe these feelings of the Hebrew people as a spiritual
    • describe this anthroposophical movement as leading a person to grasp
    • describe the etheric body as if it were a kind of finer matter, and
    • when they wanted to describe the good feeling present in the room.
    • It is all well and good to describe the world materialistically as
    • group-soulness — will be inscribed on his or her countenance,
    • ideal of the evolution of the I, Christ Jesus, is described as
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    • called Joseph and Mary, as described in Saint Matthew's Gospel. This
    • faculties. Thus, the Jesus child described in Saint Matthew's
    • within these people. The laws of the universe, which are inscribed in
    • the stars, were also inscribed within the human soul and
    • To describe the body that
    • Matthew's Gospel shows this. He describes thrice fourteen generations
    • of Saint Matthew's Gospel faithfully describes all this. How
    • them could only describe it from his own standpoint. Each of them has
    • described this event according to his own limited powers. When we see
    • described what he knew through initiation about the law of thrice
    • writer of Saint Luke's Gospel described, on the basis of his
    • The other evangelists have described the event on the basis of their
    • grateful to find it described from the point of view of four
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    • In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes the evolutionary task
    • development I just described could not have gone so far that human
    • he or she receives an initiation that can be described as a solar
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    • way that we can describe their inner tone and shading as being more
    • no others besides those I have just described as typical. For this
    • second of the etheric bodies just described would have been at work,
    • really have proceeded as I have described it. Even when we consider
    • which they had ascended. You may remember that I described in my
    • of the Greeks so that it developed as I have described it. The
    • development I have described.
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    • In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes the evolutionary task
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    • with regard to issues of race and racial conflict. He describes the
    • origins of racial diversity among human beings and vividly describes
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    • described certain principles of thought. A man who makes them his own
    • thought as here described in connection with the things of Nature, will make
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    • described certain principles of thought. A man who makes them his own
    • thought as here described in connection with the things of Nature, will make
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    • What I have just described is closely connected with the quick
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    • What I have just described is closely connected with the quick
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    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • “mystical” or “occult”. But to ascribe to
    • and research. I must describe what one has to do in order to attain to
    • the genesis of our idea of space, as I have described it, will detect
    • to describe, come thereby to a comprehensive survey of the spiritual
    • described the extent to which Anthroposophy can be sure that it proceeds
    • separate sciences (as described yesterday). And precisely as man in
    • path to clairvoyant research which I had to describe in my books
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    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • “mystical” or “occult”. But to ascribe to
    • and research. I must describe what one has to do in order to attain to
    • the genesis of our idea of space, as I have described it, will detect
    • to describe, come thereby to a comprehensive survey of the spiritual
    • described the extent to which Anthroposophy can be sure that it proceeds
    • separate sciences (as described yesterday). And precisely as man in
    • path to clairvoyant research which I had to describe in my books
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    • human evolution in the way I have ventured to describe in the two
    • that I have just described. It is of this that I wish to speak.
    • co-ordinates. So long as I describe it to you only in this way, you
    • instinct for such things as I have just described was fundamental
    • just described is, at the same time, a way out of the theoretical view
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    • human evolution in the way I have ventured to describe in the two
    • that I have just described. It is of this that I wish to speak.
    • co-ordinates. So long as I describe it to you only in this way, you
    • instinct for such things as I have just described was fundamental
    • just described is, at the same time, a way out of the theoretical view
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    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • which we have described.
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • world at large to-day in the way I have described them to you here,
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    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • which we have described.
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • world at large to-day in the way I have described them to you here,
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    • beings in the state of consciousness I have described. And the
    • Using words of human language to describe the will of a God, it
    • what I have just described. The inculcation of intellectualism
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • the old Divine wisdom. From these scribes came the judgment by
    • Divine wisdom preserved by the learnéd scribes of his day
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
    • contained in the wisdom of the Hebrew scribes living at the time
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    • beings in the state of consciousness I have described. And the
    • Using words of human language to describe the will of a God, it
    • what I have just described. The inculcation of intellectualism
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • the old Divine wisdom. From these scribes came the judgment by
    • Divine wisdom preserved by the learnéd scribes of his day
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
    • contained in the wisdom of the Hebrew scribes living at the time
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    • — The old Miller is such and such a person, and he describes
    • this book a modern theologian again describes the Christ very much
    • is the spirit. Now they begin to describe man according to the spirit:
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    • — The old Miller is such and such a person, and he describes
    • this book a modern theologian again describes the Christ very much
    • is the spirit. Now they begin to describe man according to the spirit:
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    • many things described in old legends and fairy-tales, for example
    • describe what he had experienced and what souls he had met in the
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • effect. Once I described to you the following case: In the distance
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    • many things described in old legends and fairy-tales, for example
    • describe what he had experienced and what souls he had met in the
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
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    • severed from one another, which he describes in his two chief
    • have just described to you in regard to the primeval knowledge, was
    • results described, for instance, in my
    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • spiritual science. You know that the things described in my
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
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    • severed from one another, which he describes in his two chief
    • have just described to you in regard to the primeval knowledge, was
    • results described, for instance, in my
    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • spiritual science. You know that the things described in my
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
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    • incarnation, we describe them as they are today. Many people
    • present age are rightly described as we describe them, but
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    • incarnation, we describe them as they are today. Many people
    • present age are rightly described as we describe them, but
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    • Tertullian. He did not transcribe the inspirations in an
    • and the body stronger than that originally prescribed for
    • subject can be described, for only in that way can we get
    • life. Woodrow Wilson describes American life in its
    • remarkable that Woodrow Wilson describes his Americans really
    • anything described by Hermann Grimm when he is writing of
    • The other sentence, falsely ascribed to Tertullian:
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    • subject can be described, for only in that way can we get
    • life. Woodrow Wilson describes American life in its
    • remarkable that Woodrow Wilson describes his Americans really
    • anything described by Hermann Grimm when he is writing of
    • The other sentence, falsely ascribed to Tertullian:
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    • will be well to pay attention to the facts just described. So
    • described there, how, by means of meditation and
    • therefore, something enters in that we can describe only by
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    • will be well to pay attention to the facts just described. So
    • described there, how, by means of meditation and
    • therefore, something enters in that we can describe only by
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    • described as an Initiate in the true sense of the word. It is
    • which we have here described. Then, however, the moment
    • Nature. Initiates of old describe her living and creative
    • this into our reckoning. What man today describes — and
    • for some time past has described as spiritual or
    • means that they describe as foolishness and as absurdity all
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    • which we have here described. Then, however, the moment
    • Nature. Initiates of old describe her living and creative
    • this into our reckoning. What man today describes — and
    • for some time past has described as spiritual or
    • means that they describe as foolishness and as absurdity all
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    • by the methods to be described here, once the facts have been
    • described in previous lectures I want therefore to select
    • into the true spiritual life. I must now briefly describe the
    • ideas which he then uses to describe some imagined spiritual
    • — but only in the sense I have described. The result is
    • has described them in detail in a bulky volume which is
    • described do not, for the most part, differ greatly from
    • describe these manifestations if something else had not
    • Lodge describes it as a scientist would do.
    • of other cases he describes the one that may be regarded as a
    • minutely described — the placing of the officers, how
    • described, that the whole man is as it were transformed into
    • describes conscientiously it becomes quite evident that the
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    • by the methods to be described here, once the facts have been
    • described in previous lectures I want therefore to select
    • into the true spiritual life. I must now briefly describe the
    • ideas which he then uses to describe some imagined spiritual
    • — but only in the sense I have described. The result is
    • has described them in detail in a bulky volume which is
    • described do not, for the most part, differ greatly from
    • describe these manifestations if something else had not
    • Lodge describes it as a scientist would do.
    • of other cases he describes the one that may be regarded as a
    • minutely described — the placing of the officers, how
    • described, that the whole man is as it were transformed into
    • describes conscientiously it becomes quite evident that the
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    • symbolically described as “sitting under the Bodhi tree.”
    • to describe the world around him must be silenced; they do not and
    • describe. Here we have the root-nerve of Buddhism and an expression
    • prejudices now widely spread in the world, we may describe the
    • Ego-consciousness, to that higher state described in Paul's words:
    • to realms which no earthly words can describe!” The Christian
    • described as the sunset of a mode of thought that was nearing its
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    • symbolically described as “sitting under the Bodhi tree.”
    • to describe the world around him must be silenced; they do not and
    • describe. Here we have the root-nerve of Buddhism and an expression
    • prejudices now widely spread in the world, we may describe the
    • Ego-consciousness, to that higher state described in Paul's words:
    • to realms which no earthly words can describe!” The Christian
    • described as the sunset of a mode of thought that was nearing its
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    • processes which are then described according to the abstract concepts
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • in the soul and is described as a “complex” — a
    • [The three higher modes of cognition as described by
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    • processes which are then described according to the abstract concepts
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • in the soul and is described as a “complex” — a
    • [The three higher modes of cognition as described by
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    • the spiritual world, in the way I have described in my book
    • longer appeal to us. To describe what we have in that world
    • When we describe such a
    • we may now describe it. When we place a lung on the dissection table
    • understand that when we describe such things as these we must depart
    • have described them, albeit to describe them we must sometimes bring
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    • the spiritual world, in the way I have described in my book
    • longer appeal to us. To describe what we have in that world
    • When we describe such a
    • we may now describe it. When we place a lung on the dissection table
    • understand that when we describe such things as these we must depart
    • have described them, albeit to describe them we must sometimes bring
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    • What I have there described is the Initiation Science of the present
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    • if we were to ascribe a real power to moral
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
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    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
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    • lofty spirits, both of them. If we want to describe them from one
    • something in his teachings that we may describe in this way: The
    • described in the first pages of my little book on the progress of the
    • spiritualism is wonderfully described in the characters of the
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    • lofty spirits, both of them. If we want to describe them from one
    • something in his teachings that we may describe in this way: The
    • described in the first pages of my little book on the progress of the
    • spiritualism is wonderfully described in the characters of the
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    • described in detail.
    • described as similar to our own internal-functioning, little known to
    • external science, but already described to some extent in these
    • now we come to somethin6 which I cannot describe to you better than by
    • collapses, up-pilings, foldings and the like, he ascribes, for
    • describe is right, then, with the present process of decomposition
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    • described in detail.
    • described as similar to our own internal-functioning, little known to
    • external science, but already described to some extent in these
    • now we come to somethin6 which I cannot describe to you better than by
    • collapses, up-pilings, foldings and the like, he ascribes, for
    • describe is right, then, with the present process of decomposition
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    • cherries, each cherry had inscribed its past into your mouth, and
    • circumscribed shadow pictures. If a physical object shines it
    • one can say: Even in ordinary life that which is circumscribed and
    • been bored in the manner described.
    • contained a purely Christian element. It describes the battle of
    • with Antichrist is described, the whole way in which the story is
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    • cherries, each cherry had inscribed its past into your mouth, and
    • circumscribed shadow pictures. If a physical object shines it
    • one can say: Even in ordinary life that which is circumscribed and
    • been bored in the manner described.
    • contained a purely Christian element. It describes the battle of
    • with Antichrist is described, the whole way in which the story is
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    • system, which we describe as the embodiments of our planet itself,
    • to describe evolution from yet another side.
    • on Hegel, in which he sometimes describes intimate feelings produced
    • have described as the dreadful emptiness into which flows fear. But
    • I shall describe how we do not at once come to this: for the present I
    • another. This again can only be described by a feeling that time
    • rather foolish for anyone to say: “you describe the
    • yourself surrounded by nothing but what I have described. I have already
    • Saturn-existence they are nothing but time. We have also described
    • what I have just endeavoured to describe you will see that the soul will
    • describe things differently from the intellectualists; the
    • find everything splendidly described. But now read the short chapter
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    • describe the early condition of our evolution before our own Earth
    • truth of the matter. For instance, the old Saturn period is described
    • described in no other way than by saying that the one making the
    • We can describe it in
    • picture to himself what we described in the last lecture as the
    • meet us from the spiritual world. If we wish to describe what thus
    • just described, so as to say of him: he is a bestower, a giver, an
    • another being through the vision of what we have described as the
    • at it, it is as described in
    • nature of air who only describes it according to its external
    • the feeling we may ourselves have if through the above-described
    • something having an independent existence. We may describe the nature
    • radiate outwards. Thus something new is created which we may describe
    • conception of what has just been described and transform that into an
    • account, when it dawns on the soul that what has been described may
    • has been described of the Sun as absolutely concentrated in the soul
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    • something spiritual is to be sought. We endeavoured to describe the
    • had to glance into our own soul-life to describe the spiritual
    • concepts by means of which anything is described must necessarily be
    • language to describe it. But when we advance to the ancient
    • Sun-existence, we are able to describe it quite distinctly if we bear
    • described. For what lies beneath all such remaining behind and all
    • present. Now if all conditions remained as they were, as we described
    • standpoint of scientific perception, we might describe these circumstances
    • described may come to us. On one occasion I suggested that we should
    • minds like those described in the last lectures: of the Thrones
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    • resignation. In the mood of soul described in the last lecture there
    • longing would cease. What we described as longing is an unattainable
    • which is as a rule only ascribed to a shallow-pated person, there are
    • the fact that it was necessary, as has just been described, that pictures
    • words describe. Come, let us do something good, and die in doing it!
    • described in the most significant manner what may live within a man
    • describe her at all, did we not take for granted that her soul was
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    • to describe this spiritual element we were obliged in the course of the
    • those described as the willingness to sacrifice, and the virtue of
    • microcosmic soul to that cosmic creating which we ascribed to
    • which we described as bringing sublimity and life into anything,
    • deduce something — which in the first place is described as a
    • spiritual atmosphere, may be described in many respects by saying
    • flowing virtue; if we may describe flowing water or the element of
    • describe the element of Earth, which alone can be the bearer of death
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    • what is described by John the Evangelist from a religious standpoint
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    • described in the Gospel of St. John; — the consciousness of
    • who therefore was not crucified. This Jesus she now described as if
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
    • our era; the only mistake is that he is described as the Christ.
    • described in Esoteric Christianity appeared in human fleshly
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    • system, which we describe as the incorporation of our planet itself,
    • necessary for us to describe evolution from yet another
    • writer on Hegel, in which he sometimes describes intimate feelings
    • described as the dreadful emptiness into which flows fear. But all
    • shall describe how we do not at once come to this: for the present I
    • after another. This again can only be described by a feeling that
    • rather foolish for anyone to say: ‘you describe the Saturn
    • surrounded by nothing but what I have described. I have already said,
    • We have also described them as Time-Spirits, as Spirits who rule
    • have just endeavoured to describe you will see that the soul will
    • minds describe other than from the intellectual side; the
    • philosophy of Hegel you will find everything splendidly described.
    • to a spirit who simply proceeded to describe — not the Saturn
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    • from our last lecture how extremely difficult it is to describe the
    • the matter. For instance, the old Saturn period is described (and
    • described in no other way than by saying that the one making the
    • We can describe it in
    • picture to himself what we described in the last lecture as the
    • meet us from the spiritual world. If we wish to describe what thus
    • described, so as to say of him: he is a bestower, a giver, an
    • what we have described as the sacrifice by the Thrones to the
    • is as described in Occult Science. Besides heat, the Sun
    • no one learns the real nature of air who only describes it according
    • feeling we may ourselves have if through the above-described mode of
    • the world something having an independent existence. We may describe
    • radiate outwards. Thus something new is created which we may describe
    • contemplated in a more spiritual sense, what I have just described as
    • conception of what has just been described and transform that into an
    • it dawns on the soul that what has been described may in a certain
    • described of the Sun as absolutely concentrated in the soul of one
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    • something spiritual is to be sought. We endeavoured to describe the
    • had to glance into our own soul-life to describe the spiritual
    • means of which anything is described must necessarily be drawn from
    • language to describe it. But when we advance to the ancient
    • Sun-existence, we are able to describe it quite distinctly if
    • described at the beginning of this lecture. For what lies beneath all
    • Now if all conditions remained as they were, as we described them in
    • scientific perception, we might describe these circumstances more
    • intuitive visions such as those described, may come to us. On one
    • pictures in our minds like those described in the last lectures: of
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    • resignation. In the soul described in the last lecture there is
    • described as longing is an unattainable wish.
    • ascribed to a shallow-pated person, and that which is an attribute of
    • fact that it was necessary, as has just been described, that pictures
    • intuition than thoughts can grasp or words describe. Come, let us do
    • Kleist described in the most significant manner what may live within
    • describe her at all, did we not take for granted that her Soul was
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    • In order to describe
    • pierce through to such qualities of the reality as those described as
    • ascribed to the Spirits of Movement. To-day we shall begin with a
    • described as bringing sublimity and life into anything, however dry.
    • disprove, what must at first be described as a ‘miracle’,
    • spiritual atmosphere, may be described in many respects by saying
    • really flowing virtue; if (3) we may describe flowing water or the
    • we describe the element of Earth, (4) which alone can be the bearer
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    • is quite a simple matter to describe the highest moral life,”
    • begin with, what may be described as “devotion to the
    • describe, the moral nature contained in the personality of Francis of
    • happened next to Francis of Assisi? It is not necessary to describe
    • not describe the discussions which then took place; I need only point
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    • old Atlantis. In Atlantis temptation came to the souls described,
    • described to you why it was possible for people to be laid hold of by a
    • about if that which has just been described was entirely removed from Europe.
    • An example of how it was taken away was described in the last lecture,
    • described, and through their having taken into themselves the
    • humanity. If I were to describe to you this occult school on the
    • bring to a higher development what I have described to you as the
    • these were those who are described as the twelve Apostles of Jesus.
    • described, namely, by the betrayal of the higher Mysteries in the
    • some of those stricken with the horrible disease we have described,
    • worked, Plato described the highest virtues he recognised, namely,
    • ought to have above all things. He described first of all three
    • in our next lecture. Plato also, described, in the manner
    • population of Europe. As the third virtue he described Temperance or
    • describes as a fourth virtue, which he calls
    • described, by one of the most eminent European minds of pre-Christian
    • described becomes something entirely different. Now without
    • disparagement to Christian morality we cannot describe as the only
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    • the moral impulse contained in what may be described by the word
    • manner must be described as apathy and which, if it alone were to
    • quality of the age; it is impossible to describe truth as a characteristic
    • man is described who gave freely of his possessions, who squandered
    • virtue which may be described as human love accompanied by human
    • after a particular pattern. In Central Europe this is often described
    • one side, and then they get the physicians to prescribe a so-called
    • only describe in the following way; people will gradually long more
    • This type of feeling was often described by the Greeks in the words:
    • and at the same time, it is what one usually describes as faith.
    • consider what we have described as instinctive temperance for the
    • direct their lives in the way we have just described, they will range
    • respecting the virtues described, by inclining to one side or the
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the coverings
    • this great immortal Individual in the way above described, that you
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    • communications was ready, and had been sent to subscribers. A
    • entirely in the way described, because that alone was
    • inevitable result of the developments I described in the
    • the life immediately after death — was described in
    • countenanced in the way described. They acquired great
    • describe this event only in the following way. — In the
    • in practices such as I have described and the results of
    • King, the Indian trend persisted. What I have now described
    • these two are connected, Schelling describes in an
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    • the dead had spoken to them, they described the life after
    • It was my purpose there to describe how the
    • fact that the exit of the Moon should be described with the
    • Indian influence it was necessary to describe in all clarity
    • Moon in the way described by Sinnett, but in a different way.
    • True, this different way was not specifically described, but
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    • us. So that if the Eighth Sphere is to be described, it must
    • obviously be described as a realm in which we are living all
    • from the Third is clearly described in the book Occult
    • how I have described the conditions pertaining to the Old
    • of extreme density — and this density was described by
    • nevertheless correctly described how a soul is wrested away
    • clairvoyance, that validity should be ascribed only to that
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    • our solar system, were circumscribed. Man was relegated to
    • with the Cosmos is here described.
    • when she gained confidence towards him, described by degrees
    • describes Makaria he writes:
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    • way it is easy to describe the life between death and a new
    • recognise the profound truth of what is described in the
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    • are inscribed—then behind that screen lies a vortex of
    • what in most cases might be prescribed with great benefit!
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    • Just as the scientists describe naturemaya, so do the
    • representatives of certain religious bodies describe the maya
    • certain beings — just as in the way described he comes
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    • the physical plane, is as described above.
    • described, we have to develop the true relationship that
    • with all the beings I have described; on yonder side of the
    • the characteristic features I have described. Man is, as it
    • preparation. The paths are described by which men can
    • character just described. At all events, this much is
    • man. There are also writings which ascribe craziness to
    • related to the human intellect. I have described what may
    • Nazareth in the way so often described, coming from other
    • the pastors of religion who think in the way described were
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    • and scribes regarding higher worlds not understood by
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    • was able to describe the cosmic
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    • ascribed those two great poems which are among the greatest
    • admired the way Homer described tactics and strategy; still
    • is described so that he stands as a complete personality
    • viewpoint will be convinced that Homer describes only facts
    • described him in his Faust. Why then did Goethe describe him
    • comprehensive soul whom they wished to describe from the
    • nevertheless described him as such, without being aware that
    • inscribe this in our souls if we wish to understand what is
    • kingdoms we have often described, where dwell the higher
    • to describe this externally, but to characterize actual
    • we have described often enough, will become visible.
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    • the earth will the great impulses that may be ascribed to
    • the fact that in the Jesus boy described in the Gospel of St.
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    • described in it as a reincarnation of the prophet Elijah
    • earthly Jehovah, or, as he is described in the Old Testament,
    • described as happening when a man receives the shock of being
    • has often been described even by the materialistic thinkers
    • pass on to the sixth chapter we hear fully described how King
    • described in any way other than as a world-power, unless one
    • work in this way, but the figures that have to be described
    • describes Raphael as a world-power, as a spirit striding on
    • into the presence of the widow. What is described here as an
    • Jesus brings about in a new form what is described as an
    • Nothing described up to the sixth chapter of the Mark Gospel
    • woman described in the fifth chapter of the Mark Gospel. He
    • described. Magical forces were brought down from the
    • physician have said in earlier times? What would the scribes
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    • that we have just described.
    • describes how certain profound and significant facts about
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    • were another than I, I would describe myself through him. I
    • that cannot be described in this way, when there is no longer
    • have to be described in terms of something higher. So the
    • other than I myself, I should describe myself through
    • describe Himself through another. So we also, as we could
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    • difference from year to year. If someone wants to describe a
    • is described for us in the Old Testament; and it also
    • describes the kind of religious faith that came into being
    • you follow up what has been described here you will say that
    • disciples see in the spirit what is described here as the
    • scribes; and that he would undergo death and after three
    • 8:31 And he began to teach them, that the Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected of the elders, and of the chief priests, and scribes, and be killed, and after three days rise again. \
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    • disciples in particular may be described from two sides. It
    • is possible to describe how the event in question appeared
    • possible to describe how it was experienced within His soul,
    • and then it appears as it was described yesterday. But it
    • spoken of in this way if we are to describe it in the sense
    • of the Mark Gospel, for most remarkable things are described
    • many things, that He would be set upon by the scribes and
    • described in the Gospels — with the consequence that
    • manner we have just described. This was not the case with the
    • initiation. If He had described it in a different way they
    • we wish to describe the old soul nature as “ego,”
    • remarkable thinker emerged in Syros. Certainly he describes
    • us everything that he describes. Chronos is put forward not
    • what this remarkable Pherecydes of Syros describes, it can
    • causes, and these he describes with the aid of his
    • all this he describes from the viewpoint of a clairvoyant. He
    • souls, as, for instance, in Heraclitus who still describes
    • where he describes Thales, Anaximander,
    • might be described as a call, and an answering call from the
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    • monologue which I have described there follows, as you know,
    • entirely in accord with what we have just described, and that
    • have already described. In Aaron's grandson we have one soul
    • who are described in far from courteous terms as the real
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    • Jesus and the Jewish scribes. How is it possible, He was
    • less than what the scribes ought to have understood. The
    • (How say the scribes that Christ is the son of David? \
    • did in the Temple was described, how He drove out the
    • the Mark Gospel clearly describes occult and spiritual facts
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    • manner just described. Those people who wish to remain
    • consider the culture of today, we should not describe it in
    • what had happened at Jerusalem. The events described were
    • comparable, and what was described as actually happening.
    • Instead of recognizing himself, man is described as having
    • was described in my lecture cycle
    • to penetrate into the souls of men, as was described in the
    • between what the Mark Gospel really wishes to describe, and
    • he can sense and feel what is described in accordance with
    • the author of the Mark Gospel knew, as we have described, how
    • the life of the Buddha we shall reach the point described in
    • end, and he dissolves into light, as it is described, and
    • who wrote the Gospels from clairvoyant observation described
    • understand and describe His being from within their human
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    • attempt to describe Christianity, or indeed anything divine and
    • to describe Christianity in a manner befitting the West we need
    • thought forms. But to describe Christianity with the forces of the
    • world we have to grasp other means. For instance, we have to describe
    • the forces which can only be described suitably in what might be
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    • ancient India described from a particular viewpoint. Though the Vedas
    • records. In the words of today we have to describe the culture of
    • consciousness. It was something which may be described as
    • the words we know, there is one we could use to describe this,
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    • describe more closely what lived in their consciousness, we may say
    • described — was that the brain, if I may put it this way,
    • spirit as described in my book
    • the aim of these procedures which are described in such a practical
    • entirety. This is described in the gospels in the way it is said that
    • have described, knowledge of higher worlds has become possible.
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    • either by the means described yesterday with reference to the ancient
    • I described how in the ancient Mysteries the bodily nature of man was
    • spirit element as a result of the processes described, the pupil
    • the exercises described in the books mentioned, our soul will be
    • physical matter actually only works in the way I have described
    • becomes ever more independent. I have often described this in detail
    • described in the books already mentioned. It would be quite wrong to
    • transform our will in a way which might be described as follows:
    • created sometimes when a simple attempt is made to describe something
    • I not attempted to describe Goethe from a narrow, overseeable point
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    • described these things from numerous standpoints already. But today
    • impulses, so that we can describe all these things that are
    • quite rightly described as pale and abstract. At best, the thoughts
    • weaving of soul before conception might well be described as our
    • part of the content of his soul cannot be described as anything other
    • metamorphosis which I should now like to describe to you. I can only
    • serve to describe these things. Ordinary thinking lies far from all
    • something that I should like to describe as a feeling of self. This
    • to perceive in the way I have described. This fear is something that
    • of the thoughts, not the thoughts themselves. We can describe this
    • distinct streams which we have described from varying standpoints.
    • particularly feel when we consider factually, as described by
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    • something which I have described as being essentially a state of
    • here in earthly life by what I yesterday described as sympathy
    • you how the ideas of the Old Testament, which I partly described
    • such as the Cyprianus drama of Calderóndescribe the struggle to
    • find Christ. They describe the difficulties human beings face now
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    • that direction in the same way. Those who only describe external
    • describe these facts very well, but they will fail to include what
    • want to describe what took place between Goethe's and Schiller's
    • spirits in the physical world — if you want to describe this
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    • endeavoured to describe the forces which emanated from this, such as
    • new intellectualism. I described a little while ago
    • described. The sixteenth century protests against this. There is no
    • Theophilus described by the saintly nun Hrosvitha — not
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    • Yesterday, I then described how, out of this mood, at the time when
    • meet us in Parzival. I should like to describe it as follows. The
    • to describe such things. But if what is taking place in mankind is to
    • be correctly understood, they will have to be described.
    • at the same time you hear how he describes the deed, there is a
    • be described differently, but one important aspect may be stated as
    • period. It is not enough to describe this transition with a few
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    • only possible way was that described in my
    • the way I have just described, then they will be free beings even
    • not possible to absorb what I have described, for instance, in my book
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    • described the marriage of Eros and Logos within the soul, with the
    • Anti-Christ.” In this fictional essay Soloviev described the
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    • Ahriman. He describes the incarnation of Lucifer, in the third
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    • endeavors to shirk reality are described as “honest” and
    • to say about it — those worthy historians who describe Greece
    • described in the book
    • indignant he is with countless human beings. He describes minutely
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    • being became a teacher — there went forth what is described as
    • people to sleep in the way I have described, so that its results are
    • described in the Gospels from four — seemingly contradictory
    • anthroposophy, where the spiritual world is described as objectively
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    • laugh when the rainbow is described as sevenfold, or the scale
    • made and described. But now ask yourselves: Are there any
    • described many things he saw on these journeys and gathered it all
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    • no part in it at all. A typical natural scientist describes the
    • described as unlawful magical practices are based essentially on the
    • figuratively described by saying that with our “I” and
    • science describe the earth in the way we find in text books of
    • describes the process of the earth: Diluvial epoch, Tertiary epoch,
    • roots which in turn are united with the earth. The earth as described
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    • reality are described as “honest” and
    • worthy historians who describe Greece as if they were
    • who, without the self-training described in the book
    • how indignant he is with countless human beings. He describes
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    • described as the pre-Christian, Pagan culture which still
    • described, so that its results are advantageous to
    • fact that the Event of Golgotha is described in the Gospels
    • spiritual world is described as objectively as the physical
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    • laugh when the rainbow is described as sevenfold, or the
    • described. But now ask yourselves: Are there any
    • Certainly, Darwin made journeys, described many things he saw
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    • in it at all. A typical natural scientist describes the
    • what are often described as unlawful magical practices are
    • that of waking, man is in a condition figuratively described
    • and natural science describe the earth in the way we find in
    • approximately, is how the geologist describes the process of
    • earth as described by the geologists is as little a true
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    • transcribed and not reviewed by the
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    • Intuition. The circumscribed view of the human organism
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    • I have now described. We must observe the more delicate
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    • we no longer ascribe to the liver only those physical
    • processes which are ascribed to it today. These processes are
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    • The word in the German is the name of a substance described
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    • describes, in a few brief words, in what these difficulties
    • people describe what they thus see in the plant more or less
    • as they would describe an armchair, adding that they often
    • is described. We are told how the roots are set in the soil,
    • with fertilization. The whole thing is described entirely
    • from the external point of view, just as one describes how a
    • Copernican system describes. But the movement is, in reality,
    • external phenomenon that would be described today, but where
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    • is described by physics today does not exist, in reality. The
    • physicists fantastically describe as water. Just as the
    • But when we describe the human being we say that the warmth
    • If a man ascribes the efficacy of a remedy merely to the
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    • pathology today. In a case like that which I have described,
    • must be felt, experienced. What I have described to you and
    • be regarded as I described in the fourth lecture and will
    • imagination you must do the same thing as I have described as
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    • is to happen in the inner being is inscribed in the cosmos.
    • in the way now described you will meditate in such a manner
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    • but to describe the attitude that inevitably arises from the
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    • because things that happen in the human being are ascribed
    • today, if only those forces which I have described to you
    • here are reborn heretics (you must not ascribe this to
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    • Occult Science, evolution is described through the
    • described in Occult Science must really be grasped, not with
    • human being and all that is described about the Saturn
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    • which was described in the letter as a supplementary one to
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    • is not possible for what I shall now describe to you to be
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    • described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
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    • external world prescribes; only when we elaborate the
    • are also doing something, but we cannot, surely, ascribe to
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    • sphere. I described the eye recently and how it is formed from the
    • booklet by Frau Kolisko (Not published in English.) which describes
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    • Megatherion and all the creatures I described to you. But before all
    • above brought forth such creatures as I once described to you; they
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    • delivered to merchants. The watch has a china face inscribed with
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    • described, we could have heads and we could have our free will. But
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    • described, for example, a copper compound solution, and put it into a
    • have described to you, his cerebellum will be dried up somewhat. In
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    • existence in mind and describe the latter as far as pertinent, in the
    • we described how the man bore his higher ego in his fortieth year, so
    • Jesus of Nazareth, in physically circumscribed humanness. This consummation
    • into the world as described. Now, we who have made contact with spiritual
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    • knows how to describe what he has found — only then is the document
    • its spiritual counterpart remains inscribed in the spiritual world and
    • when the spiritual scientist describes the events of Palestine or the
    • eventually attain. How would such a man describe this leader? He might
    • above the rest of humanity, and which must be described in quite a different
    • of Buddha is described in the grand manner, as one might put it. It
    • the exercises (to be described later) which render the soul more and
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    • fantastic if I were to describe it.
    • That describes the densified nature of man after a three-stage development.
    • spiritual beings described above. On the Earth you would have perceived
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    • of action we described as being on the sun. That is by no means impossible:
    • in connection with the latter we described the splitting off of the
    • of life on the earth, and the situation is described quite accurately
    • Now I must describe these
    • spirit. It is erroneous to ascribe any sort of activity to mere matter.
    • This evolution proceeded until the moon was cast out in the manner described.
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    • scene of all that I shall now describe, as well as of much that was
    • describes as the “fall of man”.
    • Thus we have described
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    • world, had to take another form which can be described somewhat as follows:
    • just described to you as an initiation existed most intensively in the
    • mentioned in the foregoing lectures, the Christ-Impulse. We have described
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    • The latter perceived, when in the abnormal state I described yesterday,
    • and describes its life in the Atlantean time, the preceding periods,
    • of man more in detail, described more fully the various transformations
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    • body through processes I am not at liberty to describe here. We may
    • John Gospel had set out merely to describe his attitude to his Christ
    • with the Baptism: they describe the last three years of Christ Jesus'
    • of what we have described as the Eagle spirits, while others saw the
    • described the journey into the spiritual world in line with the Bull
    • It was definitely prescribed
    • so he describes what a man experiences in order to attain to initiation,
    • form prescribed in those Mysteries that led to the Man initiation. That
    • knew, and he described Him as he himself saw Him.
    • Nazareth, as an initiate, had to pass through. That is what they described;
    • described in the manner of those initiated in the Man spirit. This initiation
    • leading to the Bull spirit, and he could describe what accorded with
    • and such a one did describe this particular journey because he knew
    • whereas the writer of the Luke Gospel sees all the events he describes
    • and describes particularly the activity of the Christ in the body of
    • — That is why they ascribed to the God Apollo the birth of the
    • of god”. Plato, a son of god — thus was he described
    • of the Gospel of St. Mark, hence he describes only what occurred after
    • most transcendent events in the life of Christ are all described in
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    • difficult to share. What a man calls his own self, circumscribed by
    • Imagine the ideal of love, as the Gospels describe the relations between
    • for the event described in the Gospel to take place. The governor of
    • so mighty an influence as to produce the effect described.
    • order that a miraculous act might be ascribed to God, God had first
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    • I described the last act of the old initiation for you. After the neophyte,
    • and to permeate it with power and fervor, as described.
    • imagine that an event associated with any being whatever were circumscribed
    • and the transformation occurred as described, an influence was exerted
    • of soul upon soul as described yesterday. And people knew that very
    • In our time they must evolve in a different manner; what was described
    • drawn water, one who is initiated as described can work through the
    • describes in His conversation with the Samaritan woman by the well:
    • still increasing. Yesterday we pointed out that in the sign described
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    • made possible all that is described in the John Gospel up to and including
    • the ego are withdrawn. Today, in order to describe the Mystery of Golgotha
    • this old initiation as we described it in the last lectures: what occurred
    • needed as well. The writer of the John Gospel describes it as follows:
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    • the methods described in an earlier lecture, and who thus became the
    • whatever. And in a certain way that describes the course of human
    • What I have just described
    • was given at a particular moment during a scene most beautifully described
    • is seen transfigured. And the writer of the John Gospel describes this
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    • described, our comprehension has come to grasp only external physical
    • in his egotism and would have been doomed to the fate we described yesterday.
    • toward what I described yesterday: the radiating of the Christ force
    • in the Jordan, as we have described them. That is an understanding which
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    • is described in the Gospel of St. John.
    • transmits to him this scene as described in the Gospel of St. John.
    • have thus far described with reference to its fruits and its effect
    • record, inscribe it in the spiritual world. Then we human beings
    • the spiritual laws, to be inscribed in the spiritual world: we can leave
    • And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto
    • He inscribed the sin in the spiritual world, indicating that through
    • or laid its foundations in an earlier incarnation. All is inscribed
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    • have a grasp on the soul and to be able to describe it. It
    • brain he had described psychology. After he had finished
    • organism. When I describe this actively working dream force,
    • I must tread when I describe the human etheric body.
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    • extreme materialist. He wished to describe the life of the
    • soul, but he actually described the human brain, the
    • itself only to Intuitive cognition, to what I have described
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    • described it, relating him to the sun, moon, earth, Mercury,
    • like to describe the view of these sages of old by referring
    • except what could be described by the following comparison.
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    • appearance. The Romans described their gods in the same
    • be described in accordance with this feeling.
    • where I described that the ego was
    • the manner described above wished to behold in a sacred,
    • described by the servants of the Holy Grail as a spiritual
    • heavens, which he describes only by means of geometry,
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    • manner I described yesterday, when I spoke of the sages who
    • much more esoteric way when they described this path to the
    • who undertook his pilgrimage to the Holy Grail, is described
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    • European civilization, the origin of which I described in the
    • what is described so superficially by history but what so
    • described from an anatomical, physiological standpoint, as we
    • modern education when he described its prototype, David
    • he described it in his
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    • is described, but it is profoundly true. Assume that such an
    • Imaginations and by means of them we can describe the world
    • be experienced as well in the manner just described. The
    • strive for what Oswald Spengler described so vividly in his
    • dwells in the two streams described above. We have to be
    • slander in the way I described — all this is what must
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    • lived. Those are described with a certain
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    • history de Maistre ascribed to himself.
    • certain, different viewpoint, I have described that on
    • just described it. However, de Maistre expresses this with
    • the manner described by Spengler.
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    • active in the manner I have just described. The sun's effect
    • I described earlier, are then taken hold of by the astral
    • developed out of spiritual science in the way I described it in
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    • images, something we have often described. If nothing else
    • would have to be described as a picturelike existence. When a
    • the world is described. Into our shadowy intellectual
    • human event, it is a cosmic event. Remember what I described in my
    • — it can only be described from the facts that are
    • develop on the surface of this earth in the manner described
    • been attached by readers to what Nietzsche describes in the
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    • the fifteenth century. Finally, I described how a turning
    • We should not ascribe existence to God in the same sense as
    • Him, we ought to ascribe a super-existence. Thus, according
    • developed only slowly in the way I described in the earlier
    • this is how one could describe the path that Origen perceived
    • the manner I described, he divided what he had to say
    • believed himself able to do it, the first chapter describes
    • Erigena clearly describes this in the way he learned through
    • the writings of Dionysius. He describes by means of
    • by wisdom. To God, we should not merely ascribe wisdom but
    • describes these veils: When I look upon existence, this
    • chapter then describes something like a second sphere of
    • chapter, Erigena then describes as a third world the created
    • When we consider what he describes in the first chapter, we
    • pictured, however, as existing. For he does not describe
    • the third chapter Erigena describes what we would term
    • described from the spiritual standpoint. It depicted how
    • spiritual beings. What was described as cosmology, was indeed
    • longer resembles what Erigena describes in the third chapter.
    • describes transcends this social aspect. He describes how the
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    • that transmit knowledge or perception. They ascribed those to
    • meaning of what Scotus Erigena describes here, namely, the
    • step has been taken. The world that is described in the
    • were actually viewed the way I described it today. Yet, it
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    • frequently described dreamlike, clairvoyant conditions. In a
    • the way described above and that are resisting the influence
    • have described this in the public lectures here during the
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    • kingdoms described in my book,
    • primarily an earthly one. And what I described to you
    • body between birth and death could be described, just as the
    • physical body and the etheric body is described.
    • with these Beings in just such a way as I described yesterday
    • experiencing there what I have described in the
    • influence of conditions such as I have described, individuals
    • described sulphur, salt and mercury was not describing these
    • peeps out from the elemental world in the way described.
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    • described how the whole disposition of man's soul in the
    • sense-perception describes the activities of human beings by
    • consideration, would have to describe how these super-sensible
    • described this human side of the matter in my book
    • you to imagine man at that time as I have described him in my books
    • important world events are being described.
    • described in my book
    • describe, but you may be able to imagine it if I say the
    • direct experience of intervals which we describe today as the
    • describe what man in the Lemurian age experienced by any such
    • described in the Bible as the Fall of man, the falling away
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    • described. This current of thought lays hold of the
    • described merely as tribal warfare, then it would be clear
    • Augustine, the Catholic Church Father. I have described the
    • no matter whether the route is sketched or merely described.
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    • thoughts, as I have also described it in the
    • the modern outlook, to ascribe any reality to moral
    • thoroughly, describes it, omitting all thoughts — as
    • would be expected; he describes everything without
    • menagerie where a camel is on show, looks at it and describes
    • its life but describes it as it is in the menagerie. The
    • construction, describes it. — This is how the anecdote
    • camel is being described, or man himself, or anything else,
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    • this subject have often been described but today I will speak
    • experience described yesterday, we no longer have living
    • described at the end of yesterday's lecture.
    • described. If doubt is close to the heart, a man's life (or
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    • this truth, the events described above are only, so to speak,
    • still subscribed to the existing traditions — for it
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    • proscribed by the eighth Ecumenical Council of Constantinople
    • materialism, could not have subscribed to the notion that the
    • knowledge in ancient times that the event described in the
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    • could be effected — had been imparted to the Scribes
    • it alludes to — I have often described the manner in
    • that sublime impulse which I have described above? Who first
    • relate the concrete case described above (the raising of
    • of the Scribes, of those who derived their knowledge from
    • documents. He objected to the Scribes because their knowledge
    • Christ Jesus suffered at the hands of the Scribes whom He
    • its own separate path which will be described in further
    • in which I described the three paths leading to the spirit
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    • could be described as an idea. He maintained that he actually
    • brought.) You, the Scribes, are incapable of understanding
    • the Scribes, must approach the world in a new light, as
    • “Nature is not as you describe it.” To which they
    • spoke when He said: However much the Scribes may speak of
    • changed in many respects. The Scribes speak from the kingdom
    • you, ye Scribes and Pharisees.” — I ask you to
    • pause and consider what has replaced the Scribes and
    • social life and conduct — such are for the Scribes and
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    • I have described here is taken from the book of A. W.
    • Scribes and Pharisees and revealed them only to those whom He
    • closely connected with that living impulse which I described
    • experience of centuries, it prescribes the code of
    • frequent objurgations of the Scribes and Pharisees.
    • “Die Alpen” describes in realistic detail the
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    • they described each after his own fashion. And so many of the
    • practical experience of centuries she prescribes the code
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    • the ancient sacred traditions ascribed the origin of the
    • describe in detail he lighted upon the idea of utilizing the
    • describe man we are referring to the spiritual aspect of man,
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    • Church history. This history describes the founding of
    • various rites which cannot be described in detail here. The
    • described how this arose and how, because of this fusion, the
    • rites I have just described to you, to efface all traces of
    • meditation described in my writings,
    • silent. It is not that he did not describe his technique, but
    • usually described. People often speak of them complacently
    • — these things of course can only be described, but
    • His death is experienced in the manner already described.
    • in us, and we describe him not as he was, but as he is
    • described. And if the question is raised: how can I draw near
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    • centuries. I shall describe what is foreshadowed and from
    • Many have already described the State as an organism and are
    • describe the inestimable benefits this war has brought us. I
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    • from the majority today. Otto Ludwig describes very
    • eminently sane and balanced in his make-up. He describes his
    • way described in earlier lectures. For the real purpose of
    • the phenomena which I have just described to you are not
    • to be found that which Otto Ludwig describes. It is found not
    • to describe may remain entirely in the subconscious. It is
    • the idea of preestablished harmony. Such visions may describe
    • vision described by Swedenborg. It is open to anyone to
    • already described in what respects they differed from each
    • describes what he sees, but unfortunately muddies everything
    • definite colour-value is ascribed to each of the five
    • vowels). F. W. H. Myers described synaesthesia as follows:
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    • described what we are accustomed to calling the human etheric
    • is striven for, as it has been described in my book,
    • with the substances within and, if I may describe it in this
    • with Imagination what I described two days ago as the weaving
    • human being something more than what I described yesterday as
    • explanation in the way I have described it only if one enters
    • described by an alchemist, and he commented, “If you
    • process described there was actually an aspect of the
    • and test tubes and imitates the process described: nonsense!
    • were described in the ancient literature, however, have also
    • been described again today under the influence of the
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    • When we describe hallucinations as something abnormal,
    • modern man — is not unjustly described by materialists
    • such as those described by Mechtild of Magdeburg or St.
    • describe what is truly there when these most beautiful,
    • describe, in the case of Mechtild of Magdeburg or St.
    • reveals itself if we can describe how the liver forms itself
    • describe in detail how the cosmos acts upon it. Indeed, it is
    • pictures in space. If you stand before a mirror, you ascribe
    • no reality to your reflection in the mirror; you ascribe
    • of the exercises I have described in my book,
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    • be gained. If the methods that I described in
    • described, our view in relation to the outer world changes,
    • is strongly involved. Thus we really can describe in detail
    • chemicals in a test-tube that modern physiology describes.
    • Vienna, 1914, six lectures), I described these
    • more outwardly. You thus see that things can be described
    • can only be described as a kind of hunger and its
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    • and so forth, in the way we described yesterday.
    • described it yesterday.
    • descend, as I described yesterday, but the thought as such,
    • of the pictures is formed, in the way I have described, what
    • Hermann Rollett was his name — and he described it very
    • described to you, however, humanity will also lose
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    • describe it as it is; and that is not art.
    • wants to describe people artistically in poetry, etc, then
    • that one has the impression that here the poet describes
    • describe the true Russianness.
    • development of natural relationships which I have described
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    • process I have often described — we put aside our
    • something enters which can be described in no other way than
    • before the soul in a meditative way. It can be described
    • I have formerly described it but a web of perception, feeling
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    • there were certain intermediate processes which if described
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    • described have their special task in the world; they have a
    • just described. The person who enters the first grade enters
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    • were; how the whole development which one can describe as the
    • say tries to describe the French and says that they became
    • ancient Celts and then he describes the Celts. When you
    • compare and find that person who describes the Germans in
    • which the Frenchman ascribes to the ancient Celts. However,
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    • just described it.
    • human being, you must naturally ascribe them to the astral
    • which man should exercise in his soul. I described how the
    • times and it is necessary that we should inscribe in our
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    • writes a book entitled “Utopia”, describes an
    • I described the situation in the period when I mentioned
    • to describe it. Why? If he had grasped the anxiety completely
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    • in the way in which I described. They work especially upon
    • Karlsruhe, where I described the exercises which the students
    • activity which I have just described.
    • described; however, there is a possibility of working in a
    • described. There you have the phenomenon of a journalist of
    • described which produces those thought habits that make
    • just described live, those Indians who looked up in reverence
    • donned white hose and cloak — this is all described in
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    • sons of Shesher named Elacoraf and Akia who are the scribes
    • he is going to take the two scribes away? It seems
    • scribes. But Solomon gives them to the demons who carry them
    • heard that the Angel of Death was going to take his scribes,
    • get hold of these two scribes for death. Solomon recognizes
    • important to understand that both scribes, both Moors, are
    • the sons of Shesher, who himself was the scribe for David.
    • Thus, this indicates that these two scribes of King Solomon
    • yet to describe that which Solomon revealed when he had words
    • told you that it is very significant that both scribes were
    • the sons of Shesher who had been the scribe of King David.
    • Thus they are very valuable personalities and scribes at that
    • today. Scribes in Egypt, for example, were people who were
    • to the scribes of King Solomon who also stood in connection
    • there was something in these scribes which enabled them to
    • Solomon, which means that both scribes, as well as King
    • his scribes from death and therefore sent then to the City of
    • scribes and when it is said that he sent then to the city of
    • the death of his scribes who were dear to him.
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    • age, and they do not ascribe to an evolution of truth.
    • completely described in the Koran to the point where it says
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    • term ‘spirit’. It has been used to describe all
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    • have just described can bring the influence of the spiritual
    • reality. The motives we ourselves or others tend to ascribe
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    • across from Atlantis, as I have described elsewhere, and you
    • who like to feel good in the way I have described. All kinds
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    • have described.
    • dream I have described is quite typical of that kind of
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    • described by our contemporaries is like the image we have of
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    • battle similar to the one I have just described. As already
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    • friends, know of the spiritual situation I have described and
    • have spoken; they knew that the events I have described as
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    • special conditions of life described to give the children a
    • described, especially for the minds of children. Without the
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    • symbolically described in the expulsion from Paradise. In
    • from the time of the significant events I have described to
    • way I have just described, have been among human beings from
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    • who wanted to describe human evolution would have reason to
    • have described. As I have said before, mere speculation does
    • of humanity find it easiest to ascribe greatness and
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    • battle developed in the way I have described and, if we
    • blood which I have described. It is because they are at work
    • in the human blood that all the things I have described as
    • memorable events were described. You see, writing your family
    • forties. All we have to do is to describe things in such a
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    • experienced something, the experience was inscribed somewhere in a
    • look at the spot where the experience was inscribed. You would be
    • imaginative life and he found it inscribed in the cosmic substance.
    • remain his own inner possession, are not immediately inscribed into
    • of the Atlantean epoch itself which has been described in my writings
    • is how they may be described: Lucifer, the Tempter; Ahriman, the
    • Memory and habit have been described as transformations,
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    • after him, like a comet's tail, impressions (which were inscribed in
    • consciousness have been described in these lectures: the
    • process of world-evolution itself needs what can now be inscribed in
    • what I said earlier, namely that man can correct what is inscribed
    • Spiritual Science are borne out into and inscribed into the
    • inscribed into the cosmic ether, and what is inscribed there because
    • inscribed in the cosmic substance. This, then, is what I wanted to
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    • Ahrimanic influences. I can, of course, only describe certain
    • this kind at work in events such as I have described: where in an
    • influences which have here been described. Thinking in accordance
    • must be recognised and understood. The influence of the Scribes and
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    • interpretation of that apocalyptic event described in the New
    • lecture-cycle on the Gospel of St. Matthew he described in detail the
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    • of spiritual experience described, the periods can be divided in the
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    • described symbolically by saying that many of his listeners
    • that is described in Anthroposophy as the second man within the
    • young buds has been crushed. The faculties that have been described
    • that has been described. Others will have passed through the gate of
    • inscribe into our souls what can come to pass for humanity if the omen
    • have ears to hear and eyes to see, must be described as denoting the
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    • described how there were separate groups of pupils, each under the
    • the way described is a reality, something in which we live. It can
    • way in which I have tried to describe the passing over of thinking into
    • Initiation-knowledge describes the path for to-day. They are content
    • described, which enables them to make contact with it and to touch
    • tableau of long past events. The same thing is described by
    • drowning perhaps; and what they describe is confirmed — I
    • described, and by means of this active thinking we have advanced to
    • few days something further will be described, and then we shall turn
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    • experience we always have the feeling I described yesterday, as if
    • like to describe this other way by means of a comparison.
    • way described, we are bound at first to feel ourself as just one
    • peace I can describe only in the following way.
    • described yesterday, we are able through enhanced powers to
    • consciousness, what I have described as an inwardly
    • described in my book,
    • described, there is also revealed that which first makes a man,
    • to describe for you — in outline to begin with — the path of
    • described in a thoroughly scientific way.
    • their Mysteries — yet to be described — that even in this
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    • described, deep-lying forces in the human being, before these facts
    • remember how I described the path into the spiritual worlds. I spoke
    • stillness — as I have described — there enters his soul
    • is seen to be in Imagination, and as I have described it. The higher
    • way described yesterday.
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    • this example more closely. In the form I have described it figures in the
    • should like to-day to describe how, through the dream world, he is
    • which I might also describe to you in relation still to dream
    • body something else. I am about to describe something concerning the
    • To describe
    • character — all wrongly ascribed to heredity. This has to be
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    • we can also describe this as crossing the threshold of the spiritual
    • through his three members in the way described, he is warned to lay aside
    • the outer conditions prescribed by the physical world and its
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    • have described as the “chaos” of the Greeks, out of the
    • these lectures, intended to describe the evolution of man and of the
    • three regions, going on from these to describe the worlds dimly indicated
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    • interplay between the various worlds. I will first describe the
    • It is described there in such a way that anyone who follows the
    • beautifully described by Oberlin. Thus such things appear in special
    • anything seen in a mirror in the way described. To perceive the inner
    • described in the book
    • purely spiritual world. We can describe it in this way. The Earth is
    • or in nature, in the way I have described, for Swedenborg the Earth
    • described. When this is not fully appreciated and anyone persists in
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    • I have described it is thus made up in such a way that it is always possible
    • are revealed only to Inspired consciousness, as already described.
    • described how the hidden forces of the Sun — not the forces of
    • points of view I have described this going back through a quite different
    • Initiation which leads to the Intuitive-knowledge already described,
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    • am now going to describe are gone through by all human beings when asleep,
    • although he cannot see them. What I am going to describe concerning
    • our memories described yesterday, and we enter the spiritual world no
    • spiritual world is described in theories built up at any rate
    • describe this fact is “the wheel of births”.
    • associated with divine-spiritual Beings in the way described. It is
    • I described how the Druid priests set up stones and
    • cosmic life of sleep. If one were to describe further these circles,
    • be described as a spiral movement, perpetually turning in on
    • To say this, however, takes us only as far as if we were to describe
    • have already described; while on the other hand we discover how
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    • become what I may describe as follows: The Sun must be his
    • described as organs. In the same way that in earthly life we have
    • For this purpose we do not describe one circle only in the
    • between death and a new birth, which I have now described in relation to the
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    • you will find described from another point of view. He is
    • Hierarchy, described in my
    • looks back to a phase in earthly evolution you will find described in
    • age when, as described in
    • different from the one prescribed by cosmic wisdom, if only the Moon
    • immediate understanding. To-morrow I shall have to describe how it
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    • back at this critical moment, we can describe it more or less in the
    • there took place what I should like to describe as follows. At a gathering
    • forces which, in the sense already described, were the cause of
    • into the man Jesus had been impressively described, the poem went on
    • or at least the most outstanding among them, described how in the further
    • poem I have described.
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    • who inscribes this in his heart, one who feels in connection
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    • will is brought about in the manner described, still other
    • into a horse and then into a pig." He described this in detail, and
    • that we have described.
    • describe how we may develop and how injure the three parts of the
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    • intentions of the peoples in the West and East, and describe
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    • hierarchy. There one cannot just subscribe to a program on
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    • enumerate and to describe briefly these twelve senses.
    • darkness. We might describe these surfaces in a great variety
    • and Intuition. They have already been described in my
    • is present in the properties of the sense of touch ascribed
    • Magdeburg, Saint Theresa or Saint John of the Cross, describe
    • describe it to them. One who has to outline the truths
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    • first place. I have described the latter to you in my last
    • to the realization — in the way I described it to you
    • the organic life and is described in abstract forms merely
    • beautiful words are used to describe it, but we must be
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    • called wrong but childish to describe what arises out of the
    • mystic does. It can be described accurately, but it is a
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    • world described by the physicists, it makes no sense whatever
    • described it in the lecture cycle,
    • “graphically” to describe matters pertaining to
    • ruin. I explained to you how Spengler described this.
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    • inundated by what I have described as the most extreme,
    • thinking brings about what I have often described as the
    • described just now for the East. This was bound to arise as
    • described them in a somewhat unfavorable light. They can,
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    • sunk down to a low point such as I described to you in regard
    • Schleiermacher (lit. = veil maker). Steiner described his
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    • prescribed for him, a Catholic reflects upon the Trinity and
    • intercourse with the world that I have described here as the
    • describes oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, fron oxide, sodium
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    • described in connection with the external world. It need not
    • describe to you how the actual free spiritual life has to
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    • various bodies are worked upon. I have described how the ego,
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    • of you may feel is peculiar, I have already described to you
    • course, no life in it. All that is circumscribed by the
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    • the orient. But when we look into what was described on
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    • matters that cannot be described in the old style since they
    • always at pains to describe a matter from many different
    • describe such things, for, in the first place, people do not
    • could not begin to describe in a small volume, only in a big
    • describes how he climbed a mountain; he ascended quite easily
    • and to describe the humble man from Nazareth, the mere Jesus,
    • with education, I described education and instruction as an
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    • soul when it looks upon a tragedy is described as a healing
    • described in more detail in numerous published cycles of my
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    • England or James VI of Scotland aptly described by Henry IV
    • and in 383 Arianism was proscribed. See Hastings
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    • What emerged from what I described as the ‘battering
    • centuries. What I have described in a previous lecture
    • in conjunction with the other impulses which I have described
    • which developed as I have described lead to the Revolution
    • points of view. And in fact there were some who described him
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    • described to you — his reign which saw the emergence of
    • for the fact that, in the face of what I described yesterday
    • described a further symptom of contemporary history. This
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    • various symptomatic events which I have described to you. And
    • already described to you. Here he will feel an ever
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    • Consciousness Soul. I should now like to try to describe to
    • present in the background. Some I have already described. For
    • middle class which I have already described, hopes were
    • temple of Apollo in Greece was inscribed this motto:
    • just described throws light upon an important fact of man's
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    • which must be described as the forces of death, took
    • of the spirit, as I described yesterday.
    • just described. Because in future all particularist
    • mankind is moving towards the goals I have described to you.
    • Austria had described the events and personalities as people
    • Russian revolution and when one describes the relationship of
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    • truth, it seeks to describe the path taken by one who sets
    • have said, I should like to describe my personal involvement
    • idea of a free community life such as I described to you
    • and the professoriate who were the chief subscribers to the
    • University who had subscribed to the Magazin at that
    • subscribed to the review — this professoriate gradually
    • professor was also a subscriber to the Magazin. You
    • tripping advisedly in order to describe his movements
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    • etcetera. There is no need to describe the procedure further.
    • influence was more external, as I have described, in Germany
    • to Weimar in autumn 1889 — I have already described the
    • spiritual science. This is what one would like to inscribe in
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    • and the Church which, as I have already described to you from
    • meditations prescribed by Ignatius Loyola
    • the third current tomorrow. I have described to you today the
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    • — (it was not a state; it could best be described as a
    • with what I have described as the lodge impulse which has
    • element is connected with what I have described here. But
    • reality, has nothing to do with what I have just described,
    • of the evolution of the Consciousness Soul. I described to
    • etcetera. We have described how the Consciousness Soul
    • described. The initial impetus, it is true, is always given
    • found in the way I have described.
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    • to go on for a long time if I were to describe all the ideas
    • these writers describe as a kind of communistic thinking,
    • two things which I have described work conjointly. First
    • life. He describes what exists. The most he will do is, like
    • and make his investigations there. He will then describe what
    • whom have more or less nothing to eat, he will describe it as
    • have described today, this fear of the Unknown — the
    • Middle and East, as I described last time. Quite naturally,
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    • question. I will describe the facts, I will not criticize.
    • of Life performs this derivation. I beg you inscribe this
    • seven kings, as described by Livy, shows a kind of rise and
    • expressed, can well be described as an objective truth,
    • simply regard the seven kings as non-existent, and describe
    • speaking about Art. I had described what Art is, and its
    • insight. But why did all this come about? Why did he describe
    • exactly as Marx describes it. True, Goetheanism is not to be
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    • describe as an unqualified belief in modern science and
    • exhaustively describe the range of human life.
    • sake of illustration, I do not mean to describe the nations
    • describes the whole of the mid-European culture — is
    • neither at the one end nor at the other. I described this
    • once described to you from another point of view this damming
    • indeed be realized, precisely as they were here described, my
    • Countries (and which I described as a special chapter in
    • impulses. I described the other day how man oscillates
    • historical circumstances which I once described to you, this
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    • described them in my writings. You know, therefore, how the
    • themselves. If we would seek for a word to describe what the
    • “Creator” very nearly circumscribes all that we
    • themselves as I described them just now; on the other hand we
    • described.
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    • through the veil of phenomena what we described yesterday as
    • brought about which I described yesterday, between the
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    • theologians speak of Christ, but what they describe is God
    • to spiritual knowledge are described. On the one hand a
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    • developed, in the way I have described, up to the age of 56,
    • a Greek, Aristotle had the view I have described, and he
    • 27-year-old, in the sense I have described. Truly what I am
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    • described, without levelling any criticism, as the cause for
    • described, quite unrelated to reality. Thus one could also
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    • understand what I want to describe I must ask you to bear in
    • younger and younger. I described how, immediately after the
    • imagine vividly what I shall now describe, you will find it
    • described applies to the first post-Atlantean epoch. Things
    • see it. I have already described how man experienced the
    • wondrous coincidence! As I have described, immediately after
    • but what he describes is
    • succumb to the kind of abstractions I have described because
    • History describes Czar Peter III as an immature young man.
    • condition, which I described to you. There must have been
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    • and described. The gentlemen who were tested could convince
    • body whose specific color emanation they described. ... The
    • nothing to do with what I describe in my book
    • What I describe reveals
    • I describe that if one later remembers how all the
    • of a modern professor. For example, I describe imaginative
    • to describe; often one can make only approximate comparisons.
    • you will see with what care and caution everything is described.
    • at this point; they are described in detail in the second
    • describe the theosophical movement as neo-Buddhistic. Well, I
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    • describe certain characteristic aspects of our time I have
    • of the ancient knowledge so often described by us as having
    • obliged to attend them, as they were prescribed, compulsory
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    • In his fine article about gypsies he describes the event. And it
    • described. But for the awareness of the I as it
    • experience he describes as mystical. Nevertheless it is a
    • begin with, he mainly describes the more external aspects
    • have described. The more our ordinary abstract mental
    • seek out the kind of connections I described earlier, in
    • the crude manner described, for example, by Waldo Trine. The
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    • described that the I insofar as we are aware of it
    • the secret of mankind's present age. I described how man,
    • What this signifies was also described. It means that at that
    • the way described in the previous lecture, we can absorb only
    • described in the last lecture, we enrich and stimulate our
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    • upon as “existing,” whatever entity we ascribe
    • Germans he describes as follows:
    • view and describe them from all sides.
    • of the brain — just as biology and physiology describe
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    • described the course of evolution in symbolical images.
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    • significant that after having described the whole primordial age of the
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    • third form, best described perhaps as “higher
    • from falling asleep to waking, and what we commonly describe
    • attain to the soul-state which can be described as
    • see that what I have described as the human head is, in terms
    • ascribe unity to man's outer form. Man's proper unity lies in
    • described. (There are certain difficulties, discussed in the book
    • think, and one momentous point in human history (described in
    • just described. Before this, it had been comparatively easy,
    • same exercises, but must resort to those described in
    • (as described in
    • describe much that can be described only in Imaginations:
    • often described, hold it back. We must very carefully keep in
    • scientific formulae must be used. I described in the last
    • transcribed this great work, he appeared to be entirely
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    • described, appears the Luciferic element, woven through this
    • describes only what I mentioned at the beginning-of this
    • smaller dome, decorated as I have described, in such a way as
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    • difficult to describe this sentient-soul consciousness,
    • inner knowledge such as this. To describe the things in
    • spiritual ideal such as I have described is set up. By this
    • such an ideal as I have described. This will set the pattern
    • world, and this is the next feeling I will describe. They
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    • and (this I described more closely last time) through their
    • what is described.
    • if one lived in the time which Grimm describes, and try to
    • Nowadays it is very hard to describe this, because the
    • day. If one tried to describe all the effects produced by his
    • isolated during the centuries I have described. Money had
    • described. It was a moment of great significance in the history
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    • the word. He divides himself in the way I have described. The
    • anthropology describes in man. That is one thing we see
    • figures are described as belonging together. Man's threeford
    • who subscribes fully to the genuine orthodox Catholic view
    • and resources: sharply circumscribed ideas for organising the
    • philosophy has to follow a prescribed line of march. A
    • experiences as I have described will become more frequent. I
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    • expansion took place in the way I have described. The Mystery
    • to a certain point, which can be described, somewhat
    • described as the confirming of humanity in the belief that
    • Western civilisation in the way I have described, during
    • have described. On the one hand stand of the legacies from
    • might be described as of a more educational, cultured kind,
    • describe precisely the opposition towards that which must be
    • from this elementary new thing I have described, which can
    • Such a living reproach can be invasively described as
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    • look for causes of what has just been described, they must be
    • which men assimilate in the way I have described, other
    • first stage of higher knowledge; as described, for instance,
    • lives,’ I said; it can be described as a living being.
    • But what does ordinary science describe as the plant? Not
    • living element. We find nothing else described by modern
    • present-day botany have no life. All that they describe as
    • circulates inside. That can be described equally well in the
    • this was how he was described in the work of a distinguished
    • described; the feelings to be developed, the experiences to
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    • The seed of karma and the ‘negatives’ inscribed into the
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    • I have described
    • Initiate — like many a modern Initiate — is described to
    • physical and etheric. To describe his psyche is really one of the
    • confusion. I have no other alternative but to describe these things
    • he describes his own fate in a far distant time. But he describes it
    • regions’ and the like. After all, one can ascribe anything one
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    • read what was described in my book
    • character which I will now describe, was developing in the friend,
    • led to the one I have described becoming irritable and
    • individualities developed such as the two I have described,
    • through the gate of death, the one I described first, who had soared
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    • what I described and passing at length into that heir to a Throne who
    • two days later, all of it described so dramatically by Schröer
    • power for good. That is why a destiny such as the one described
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    • world, is really inscribed in what is the etheric world, in what
    • etheric body, as I have described to you, and that the etheric body
    • When we describe
    • from beginning to end, throughout the three days, as I have described
    • be described differently; it really is so. You feel yourself
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    • incarnation which I have described to you, the head has the tendency
    • conditions in the previous earthly life which I have described. We
    • ceased to describe successive earthly lives, they still had the
    • Aristotle has described this beautifully in his Physiognomics.
    • the kind I described yesterday. It need not be meditated, but simply
    • this is to be traced to a dull life, such as I have described, in the
    • prescribed in the construction of the sentence; the subject cannot be
    • circulation ought to be described with such living vitality that the
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    • — of which the physical part as ordinarily described is no more
    • these ancient, primeval Teachers among men must in truth be described
    • In earlier lectures here I have described what happens to the human
    • it is described not merely in principle as in the book
    • but when one tries to describe it as concretely as
    • I shall describe to you in more detail, have a very great deal to do
    • concepts, but, like the man just described, he was an abstract
    • find out or describe about him while he was alive.
    • happens then which I will describe in the following way. Picture to
    • inscribe into the cosmic ether every experience they share with the
    • everything inscribed there. And we bear it all with us into our life
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    • immediately following a man's death. And I tried to describe to
    • whom such intentions cannot possibly be ascribed, to whom we can
    • period which I have already described to you, our study brings us to
    • into cosmic existence — I shall describe the further stages in
    • described in the last lecture — the realm into which man passes
    • intensity, as I have described.
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    • science comes to describe the cosmos, it is extremely naïve.
    • soon as we pass through the gate of death, what I have described
    • so that there is inscribed in his being what he has to do in
    • strength, the demands of karma are inscribed into the
    • perceive what karmic demands are inscribed into him; for it is in
    • this period up to the 21st year, that these demands are inscribed.
    • inscribed into a man's being in the first three epochs of life
    • when we observe the kind of destinies I have described, we must look
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    • was experienced in these Hibernian Mysteries in Ireland. I described
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    • body. When a man ascribes one thing or another to his capacities, his
    • Inspired Cognition — which begins, as I have described to you,
    • from birth to the 7th year, we experience what I described yesterday
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    • to describe what the reading of a biography can awaken in us, it is
    • describe the experiences through which Goethe passed between the
    • falling asleep and waking. I shall describe it in outline
    • that karma is perpetually present, inscribed as it were in the
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    • they might have described in the following way. — I am now
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    • circumstances are as described here, a man enters the spiritual world
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    • egoity under the influences I described yesterday.
    • the way I have described them to you here, for people have
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    • in the sense of what is described in
    • cognition, and today I would like simply to describe for you
    • have described. When we awake we slip with our I and astral
    • described, it is grasped not merely as being of the nature of
    • on awaking he can grasp what I have described, can then also,
    • process of going to sleep as those I have described for
    • difficult to grasp than what I described before, for the
    • described to you here is of course always present in the
    • is true, recognizing it as plainly as I have now described
    • exhausted in its images. Things can be described in a living
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    • memory, as I described yesterday. Our consciousness is dull
    • to ascribe to the animal in the realm below us a
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    • universal cosmos, and what I have described as this web of
    • as I have described in my Outline of Occult Science, one at
    • try to describe it as precisely as possible. One can do this,
    • one can describe this mood as precisely as possible, but then
    • crystal cube: I will describe the exact process. First of all
    • described? You see, the subjective thought becomes conscious
    • into feeling than what I have already described as the mood
    • described as ranging from an extreme depression to complete
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    • a time, what was his astral body. This has been described in
    • astral fruit of the earth, as described in my book,
    • described many of Goethe's poems as being smooth and cold as
    • described to you yesterday, but he works with what now lives
    • have described to you as the human being, which was formed as
    • I just described (lilac). What is actually physical is then
    • with mineral substance. What we have described here is, as
    • him, as I have just described.
    • earthly. We know that then, as I have often described for
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    • time what I have described in my book,
    • as the passage through the soul world. There I have described
    • which this is described, you will receive this feeling of
    • that if the passage through the soul world is described in
    • of spirit has inner experiences that can be described there
    • spiritual outer world. To be able to describe this at all, I
    • like a region of air. In all that is described there in this
    • is different. Nevertheless if we wish to describe how things
    • case of the oceanic regions. What is described as continent
    • The moral-spiritual world is described as having directly
    • in the land of spirit that I have described in my book,
    • be described only as a realm standing above the human realm.
    • Jupiter existence. It cannot be described, for instance, by
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    • the soul element, I was able to describe to you how thinking
    • active. He does not feel — as I described it previously
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    • fills that dull being that I have just described, so really
    • response from within as I have been able to describe
    • in the way I have described.
    • that everything that I have described, for example, in my
    • not see the world described like our human mental images from
    • within. What I describe there as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Earth
    • outward. Never will one be able to describe an outer world as
    • are described you will find simultaneous mention of scent
    • impressions. You see from this that warmth is not described
    • green, in which I attempted to describe how people speak of
    • described yesterday from a different viewpoint. There is
    • of pure thinking that I have described in my
    • have described in my
    • appearance, transformed in the way that I have described.
    • to their instincts and drives — I have described this
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    • described in a form accessible to the human being, enabling
    • constitutes history as it is generally described and accepted
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    • I shall now describe to you
    • the human being described from the very beginning as an ethical
    • Old Testament is described in such a way that the human being is
    • trip up somewhere. I must say the following if I wish to describe the
    • materialistic system which describes the world more or less from the
    • had to pass, and the kind of man I have just described to you had to
    • little. How would he then describe the whole period? Let us suppose
    • for otherwise he would not have left Jerusalem. The events described
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    • I shall now describe to you
    • the human being described from the very beginning as an ethical
    • Old Testament is described in such a way that the human being is
    • trip up somewhere. I must say the following if I wish to describe the
    • materialistic system which describes the world more or less from the
    • had to pass, and the kind of man I have just described to you had to
    • little. How would he then describe the whole period? Let us suppose
    • for otherwise he would not have left Jerusalem. The events described
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    • spoken about Christianity and described the history of Christianity,
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • spoken about Christianity and described the history of Christianity,
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • with which they described number relationships in words.
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    • people not to describe this as an ‘Astronomical
    • circumscribed fields of Natural Science into yet further
    • astronomy should be described, according to the modern
    • upon the cell theory. The cell is described as a larger or
    • and described, and on the other hand all that belongs to them
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    • hemmed in by the circumscribed divisions of science. He has
    • only describe as a fundamental error, as something
    • the Earth, their movements can only be described as a variety
    • describe a circle, or an ellipse, round the pole of the
    • only in this way is it possible to describe it all so neatly:
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    • described but a short time ago as replicas of the real facts,
    • or Mineralogy; the Earth as described by Geology consists of
    • describe it a little more precisely, we may consider the
    • describe this contrast truly as a law of Nature. The
    • life of the Moon. What I have just described as taking place
    • underlie what I have here described as solar life with
    • movements of the Moon described by modern Astronomy or
    • The Radius-vector of a Planet describes equal sectors,
    • describes equal sectors in equal periods of time”. We
    • the ellipse is described, we remain in the line — the
    • radius-vector describes, we are led to the surface —
    • radius-vector describes belongs to it spiritually. Moreover,
    • in equal periods of time equal areas are described, Special
    • reference to the Earth. Not only does the Earth describe an
    • ellipse, but you, since you are on the Earth, describe
    • too fast, — that your radius-vector does not describe
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    • radius-vectors describe equal areas in equal periods of time.
    • have eccentric orbits, — they describe ellipses. This
    • eccentric orbits and describe ellipses, in one focus of which
    • is the Sun. They describe the ellipses in accordance with the
    • law that the radius — vectors describe equal areas in
    • which were formed, as described, in the course of scientific
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    • describe it as a most intense development of human
    • possible. I mean the time described in my “Occult
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    • life. As a pure matter of fact, it is far truer to describe
    • experience than we have today. To describe it more
    • may be reminded here of what I have often described from
    • Seen in the way we have described in today's lecture, the
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    • carefully we may describe the heavenly phenomena, we have, to
    • know what I am about to describe, I only want to elucidate
    • point which describes the curve takes this path, goes round
    • in the other curves, describes a curve here, but then manages
    • you. I have described the curve of Cassini, with its various
    • am now asking. Before passing on, however, to describe what
    • path which could be described by the point M, such that,
    • I have just described is only more complicated, but it is the
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    • I described at the very beginning of this course of lectures.
    • just described must be taken into account with the same inner
    • described in my book “Riddles of the Soul”) is
    • described as being under the influence of the
    • would obtain a clearer view of what we have described in
    • opposite way round, but I will now describe it like this), a
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    • question as regards those stars which are commonly described
    • synodical period of revolution. This then we may describe as
    • form, in diverse ways inscribed in human nature. These things
    • will find this Lemniscate inscribed in man's nature, — man's
    • inscribe, in forms of Movement in the Heavens, what in the
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    • from Archimedes. Archimedes describes the cosmic
    • immense that the circumference of the circle, described by
    • moreover described in such terms that we can scarcely
    • thinking about the cosmic system? It is difficult to describe
    • described in my Riddles of Philosophy. Then you will say:
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    • describe it) has to do with the configuration of the animal
    • inscribed in man, and that is where it is beyond all doubt.
    • towards an understanding of what we may, perhaps, describe as
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    • from the inherent configuration of the bone. As I described
    • somewhere, well then we do, and we go no further". Ascribe it
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    • movement — what may perhaps be described as their
    • movements” (so we described them), the very character
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    • we undoubtedly describe in cosmic space together with the
    • Sun and Earth as we have now described it fits in with this
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    • kind of spirituality) which Anthroposophy describes as the
    • now describe. Take all the empirical facts that are available
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    • For instance, we may describe something as beautiful. But if we ask a
    • super-sensible knowledge. Here the method described in my
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    • For instance, we may describe something as beautiful. But if we ask a
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    • Nature — hence it can only be described in the form of a parable.
    • work down from the planets; and because the planets describe certain
    • described by Venus. Other plants mirror the movement described by
    • movement described by Jupiter, others again that described by
    • will find something that might be described as the finding of the path
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    • Nature — hence it can only be described in the form of a parable.
    • work down from the planets; and because the planets describe certain
    • described by Venus. Other plants mirror the movement described by
    • movement described by Jupiter, others again that described by
    • will find something that might be described as the finding of the path
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    • the orthodox historian describes as ‘historic
    • so we may justly describe it. After all, the Philistine
    • constellations, and to describe the so-called
    • what we may describe — in a certain aspect — as a
    • described the general world-situation of to-day as proceeding
    • have just described. It was one of the cardinal impulses of
    • now described.
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    • the last lecture I tried to describe the course which was
    • Certain impulses — we may describe them here as
    • things during my recent lectures, when I described the
    • wanted to have the sense-perceived facts simply described
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    • arise as I described in these lectures, — errors of
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    • outlines, and we have described the way in which the
    • but that which we have described is an ideal, which should be
    • by the Master Himself. “John” describes his own
    • described in St. John's Gospel. The Spirit Self or the Holy
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    • began to describe it as his Ego. Towards the end of the
    • in his works of art, and in his epics and dramas he described
    • happens, there takes place what is described in the fifth
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    • Let us briefly describe an episode which enables us to look
    • would coincide with the one Haeckel describes in his works.
    • light is described as the touching with the Sun's sacred
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    • thinking, and the opinion we have described above in respect
    • inscribed in the life-account of many. And when a deed is so
    • mighty as the deed of Christ, it is inscribed in the karma of
    • inscribed in the ledger of life: It is brought into
    • inscribes the act in His own body. He receives into His own
    • writer of St. John's Gospel could only describe the life of
    • Christ in the way it is described in the codex of initiation.
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    • which I have described to you just now. We modern people have
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    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • influence the body. He wishes to describe, as it were, the
    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • describe a scene enacted on the Belgian-German frontier shortly
    • photograph taken and described this act in detail. In was
    • photographs were carefully described and attention was drawn to
    • Lodge describes it so that one can really see — I emphasize
    • described exactly. A conscientious scientist could not find the
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • undoubtedly exist and are critically described in books, so that
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • fatigue. Sleep (this can be described in one or the other way,
    • meditation, concentration and other soul exercises described in
    • understanding described in the last few days, pictures which
    • ascribe the contents of memory to the independent soul, as does
    • may even take on the beautiful aspect of the visions described by
    • of the will, as described in detail in anthroposophical books, we
    • in a condition which may be described by saying that the wish is
    • these morphological thoughts described to you in recent lectures
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    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • influence the body. He wishes to describe, as it were, the
    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • describe a scene enacted on the Belgian-German frontier shortly
    • photograph taken and described this act in detail. In was
    • photographs were carefully described and attention was drawn to
    • Lodge describes it so that one can really see — I emphasize
    • described exactly. A conscientious scientist could not find the
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • undoubtedly exist and are critically described in books, so that
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • fatigue. Sleep (this can be described in one or the other way,
    • meditation, concentration and other soul exercises described in
    • understanding described in the last few days, pictures which
    • ascribe the contents of memory to the independent soul, as does
    • may even take on the beautiful aspect of the visions described by
    • of the will, as described in detail in anthroposophical books, we
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    • history as it is generally described and accepted today, obtains
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    • particularly during the time which history describes in a rather
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    • not yet described in such a pale, cold way as is so frequently
    • nevertheless gave man — as I have frequently described
    • describe to you this change of human feeling in connection with
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • I wish to describe how this change of feeling in human souls
    • conditions which I have just described to you. The ancient Greek
    • development. It was deemed impossible to describe this secret of
    • Greeks.” Nietzsche describes the philosophers before
    • modern culture, as described to you the day before yesterday,
    • thought, described in my
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    • particularly during the time which history describes in a rather
    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • not yet described in such a pale, cold way as is so frequently
    • nevertheless gave man — as I have frequently described
    • describe to you this change of human feeling in connection with
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • I wish to describe how this change of feeling in human souls
    • conditions which I have just described to you. The ancient Greek
    • development. It was deemed impossible to describe this secret of
    • Greeks.” Nietzsche describes the philosophers before
    • modern culture, as described to you the day before yesterday,
    • thought, described in my
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    • described in my book KNOWLEDGE OF THE HIGHER WORLDS), a
    • Because not only the forces already described develop and grow,
    • to describe this in words, it is one of the most stirring
    • self-training, of the kind described above, leads to the
    • of our being described by spiritual science, the eternal part
    • worlds can only be acquired along the path described above.
    • not lead to the stirring soul experiences described above. For
    • different way from the one described above and they reject
    • to be treated in accordance with the methods described in
    • spiritual facts we need the soul forces described above. But when
    • by a soul that undergoes the training described above. When we
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    • described in my book KNOWLEDGE OF THE HIGHER WORLDS), a
    • Because not only the forces already described develop and grow,
    • to describe this in words, it is one of the most stirring
    • self-training, of the kind described above, leads to the
    • of our being described by spiritual science, the eternal part
    • worlds can only be acquired along the path described above.
    • not lead to the stirring soul experiences described above. For
    • different way from the one described above and they reject
    • to be treated in accordance with the methods described in
    • spiritual facts we need the soul forces described above. But when
    • by a soul that undergoes the training described above. When we
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
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    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
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    • the strivings which must be described as the strivings of the
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    • the strivings which must be described as the strivings of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • face them consciously must turn towards that which is described
    • could be permeated through exercises in the manner described, did
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • super-sensible worlds, are described in my books; for instance, in
    • attending to the exercises described in the above-mentioned
    • Anyone who pays a little attention to what I have described in my
    • exact clairvoyance, in the manner described. The will was also
    • these exercises of the past. But through the exercises described
    • accordance with the exercises described in the above-named books,
    • rendering our body transparent in the described manner and by
    • looked up to that Event which had been described to them as
    • our body transparent in the manner described so that we
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    • face them consciously must turn towards that which is described
    • could be permeated through exercises in the manner described, did
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • super-sensible worlds, are described in my books; for instance, in
    • attending to the exercises described in the above-mentioned
    • Anyone who pays a little attention to what I have described in my
    • exact clairvoyance, in the manner described. The will was also
    • these exercises of the past. But through the exercises described
    • accordance with the exercises described in the above-named books,
    • rendering our body transparent in the described manner and by
    • looked up to that Event which had been described to them as
    • our body transparent in the manner described so that we
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • conception, as described the day before yesterday, a world in
    • described, in the universal cosmic ether. But what we learned to
    • which I described to you. Those who pass through the portal of
    • described, the path leading into the spiritual worlds, can lead
    • behind, and in addition to what has been described to you, in
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • acquainted to some extent with the things described by me, those
    • people take it amiss if a person describes the spiritual world as
    • though people may call him a materialist when he describes the
    • already described.
    • changes from the abstract understanding ordinarily described
    • in the manner described, but for the physical world, the forms in
    • by setting out, as described by me, from the human being, if we
    • concepts, as described today; we must rise up to the moral world
    • soul-spiritual world described in Anthroposophy developed in the
    • to describe whole volumes were I to show the path leading in a
    • strictly conscientious scientific way from what I have described
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    • conception, as described the day before yesterday, a world in
    • described, in the universal cosmic ether. But what we learned to
    • which I described to you. Those who pass through the portal of
    • described, the path leading into the spiritual worlds, can lead
    • behind, and in addition to what has been described to you, in
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • acquainted to some extent with the things described by me, those
    • people take it amiss if a person describes the spiritual world as
    • though people may call him a materialist when he describes the
    • already described.
    • changes from the abstract understanding ordinarily described
    • in the manner described, but for the physical world, the forms in
    • by setting out, as described by me, from the human being, if we
    • concepts, as described today; we must rise up to the moral world
    • soul-spiritual world described in Anthroposophy developed in the
    • to describe whole volumes were I to show the path leading in a
    • strictly conscientious scientific way from what I have described
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture I: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism
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    • develops outside the physical body. It describes that which
    • spiritual investigator describes to us, is accessible to our
    • to understand the things described in Rosicrucianism.
    • cannot understand these things, should not ascribe their lack
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    • ascribe sensations to plants. It is a shame to see how
    • as well be ascribed to a blue litmus paper. Such mistakes
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    • task to-day to describe to a certain extent the human being
    • accept back such as the one just now described from Mozart's
    • out of a spiritual science describes just as great a miracle
    • already described to you, which rises up before the soul's
    • being enters Devachan, he perceives the regions described to
    • Kamaloka period, which I have already described to you. In
    • life, as described above.
    • describe this work. Here on earth we breathe the air; we
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    • the manner described, he passes through all his experiences
    • have just described: You feel that you consist of single
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    • This closes a cycle. But the circle thus described is only an
    • apparent one, for in reality the sun describes a spiral. The
    • with which it coincided and the sun accordingly describes a
    • this feeling may be described as follows: “From the
    • the experience already described to you, which takes place
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    • of existence, as they are usually described in occultism.
    • have to be described as follows: Their lowest body is the
    • can describe, an intermediate kingdom between man and animal.
    • describes this; you are all acquainted with the northern myth
    • stage must be described as beings whose lowest member was the
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    • ancient Atlantean continent, which Plato describes, really
    • environment described, for instance, in the legendary
    • who describes this in music, was not clearly conscious of
    • Earth, leaving it in the condition described above.
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    • which it has to-day; indeed, if I were to describe to you
    • describes the heart as a mere physical apparatus: as a pump.
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    • survey the epochs which I described to you yesterday you
    • Anzengruber and Rosegger. Rosegger is a writer who described
    • farmers; perhaps you could describe them better if you went
    • describe them because my father, my grandfather and all my
    • moment which the Bible describes in the words: “And God
    • course of human development as described just now: The
    • describe to you the final act. You must bear in mind that
    • described in my preceding lectures. He learned to know this
    • only be described approximately, The Mystical death consists
    • described, for it can only be understood by those who can
    • described to you the process of the Christian Initiation. The
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    • their feeling life within them, in the manner described to
    • the truths which theosophy describes in connection with facts
    • describe these lines, but you designate them as smiles or
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    • described to you the Rosicrucian Initiation up to the third
    • described. Here you have the path of humanity throughout the
    • preparation of what I have just now described to you was
    • in the manner described, producing the bodies of the future,
    • wonderful way; for it can not be described more appropriately
    • manner described above, the relationship between microcosm
    • complicated manner described above, and then it is at the
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    • sinking down to the earth (green). Men begin to ascribe what they
    • by forming themselves into a group like the one I have described, a
    • what I have just described to you breathes through the whole legend
    • trivial words of modern speech, I will now describe what then
    • what I wanted to inscribe in your hearts in the lecture for which
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    • we set about studying it in the way I have described. People appear
    • way I described in the lecture here a year ago [
    • influences I have described. And when we observe how Voltaire comes
    • are described in such a way as to show how man, as microcosm, is
    • (which may be described as setting forth a kind of cosmic physiology,
    • investigations which I described in Torquay led me into close contact
    • one penetrates into these spiritual worlds in the manner described,
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    • want to describe in broad outlines the growth and development of
    • we describe this movement? The Christ Who descended through the
    • described were sent down from the Sun. But what happened later on,
    • worlds as I have described it, cast its shadows down into the earthly
    • what I have just described was taking place above, in the spiritual
    • have described — coinciding with the meeting of Christ Himself
    • took place — if I may use trivial words of earth to describe
    • manner described. All the discarnate souls who belonged to Michael
    • described, towards the end of the 19th century and the beginning of
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    • aspect you will find that described in the corresponding
    • have just described.
    • him once more after death, as I have described just now. But
    • describe as a necessity of Nature. It consists therein, that
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    • spatial. These things are difficult to describe, because when
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    • vapor from the processes just described) with desires arising
    • nonsense. It is nonsense to ascribe to heredity that part in
    • catastrophe. Indeed, one may say that he describes them in
    • looking upon the Event of Golgotha, described in the Gospels,
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    • described them in these lectures, where we have indicated,
    • about what I was able to describe to you as the joint work of
    • himself I have already described and substantiated this more
    • describe it thus, this offers few difficulties; it is no
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    • immediately taken up in the manner just described; the people did not
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • observance of Christmas grew into a popular custom as described, and
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    • immediately taken up in the manner just described; the people did not
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • observance of Christmas grew into a popular custom as described, and
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    • it was described how, out of the depths of the cosmos, the universal
    • bit by bit. It was described how Lucifer approached the human being
    • was not immediately taken up in the way I have just described it,
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • described, which shows in a truly grand way how the thought of the
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    • it was described how, out of the depths of the cosmos, the universal
    • bit by bit. It was described how Lucifer approached the human being
    • was not immediately taken up in the way I have just described it,
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • described, which shows in a truly grand way how the thought of the
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    • permit himself to describe any fact or being that has been
    • human existence — can be really grasped if described
    • experienced by the human heart. John describes the Being of
    • earthly development, and it describes this same stream up to
    • seeks to describe the acts of Christ as an extract of cosmic
    • agency which Mark describes.
    • not describe a cosmic activity as is done in the Gospel of
    • described by the name that became customary later, that of
    • first place to describe the nature, the whole milieu, within
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    • lecture we described the external conditions in which
    • Zarathustra proceeded from two principles, which we describe
    • its physical form is described as darkness, was not
    • very special way. This will now be described.
    • we described the connection of these with the Atlantean
    • as an organizing force. That which we have described as being
    • seen; it was no longer described by different names, but by
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    • the most important events in our existence, are described,
    • described in
    • has just been described as the separation of the sun from the
    • described in my book,
    • described by Zarathustra to his pupils as Ormuzd, or Ahura
    • which Goethe was a poet, really is. He describes reality when
    • described in the Bible as Nimrod. To Nimrod it was foretold,
    • what is referred to when Abraham is described as the inventor
    • described. From birth to his seventh year is a very special
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    • of Occult Science it would be inaccurate to describe the God
    • the Sun-Mysteries is described in the Old Testament. It is
    • two sacrificial acts is described with such clearness that it
    • described in the opening chapter of Genesis as
    • be imagined that what we have described out of the
    • described by Philo as the Therapeutze. The Therapeuta were
    • guidance. They are briefly described in my book,
    • to bring that to pass which will be described in the
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    • Buddha entered the organism of the Nathan Jesus as described
    • implanted the attribute in Abraham which has been described.
    • described as the ‘Event of Abraham’ they knew it
    • the case of the personality described in the Gospel of
    • attained clairvoyance during sleep, as just described, could
    • the Gospel of Luke wished to describe the spiritual forces
    • Gospel of Matthew describes the mystery of the descent of the
    • seven. In the Gospel of Luke, because it describes the
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    • and may be described as a spiritual being, and as still
    • initiation already described as ‘the understanding of
    • were also long, for great age is always ascribed to the
    • being whom we describe as the divinely spiritual essence of
    • Gospel of Luke describes the divine spiritual being who had
    • Matthew we have described to us that divine spiritual being
    • described in the Gospel of Matthew. It was he who had
    • described in the Gospel of Matthew. It was he who had
    • was used in olden times to describe the human individuality.
    • the forty-two stages of initiation was described as a
    • described in the first part of the Gospel of Matthew lead
    • actually forsake the physical and etheric body described in
    • sitting in the temple among the Scribes, who were astounded
    • recognize him as he sat among the scribes.
    • learned Scribes in the Temple ‘He went down with them
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    • of human evolution, already described at Basle in the course
    • described as follows: That which in pre-Christian times could
    • have noticed that we have always been striving to describe
    • described one way by which a man may pass out into the
    • house, as described in the Gospel of Matthew. For twelve
    • tells. This event took place at the moment described in the
    • expansion into the macrocosm, is also described in such a way
    • experienced what can be described as the soul revealing its
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    • describe the initiation of the Essenes from this point of
    • described in general terms in the last lecture. I showed how
    • consciousness. This has often been described, and you find
    • the moment described in my book,
    • his astral organs — was always described in
    • described as being composed of physical body, etheric body,
    • seekers after initiation next beheld is described in the
    • idea of the realms described by these words.
    • I described how these exalted beings remained united with man
    • described above, in their reality. He must withdraw from all
    • temptation does arise; and it is described of One Who had
    • described in the story of the Temptation, as related in the
    • situation which might be described as hurling himself into
    • the abyss. This is how it is described in the Gospel of
    • this descent appears as a temptation, it is described in a
    • Matthew therefore first describes the Temptation, and then in
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    • stage of human development described as raising the soul to
    • the astral body as described in the last Lecture. In the
    • been described. Both these types of initiation were
    • things might have been represented in paintings or described
    • the Evangelist simply describe facts of the ancient
    • Mysteries? The Evangelist describes the scenes of the ancient
    • for those events which are here described as historical
    • the scene described when Zeus appears and near him some lower
    • experienced what is described in the Gospel of Matthew as the
    • have just described, and are called the ‘Lord's
    • method of healing. What is described to-day as ‘Temple
    • their ego will flow what may be described as the Kingdoms of
    • now to describe what takes place through the ego-man, we
    • body from the spiritual world were to be described according
    • that which is described comprehensively in the old-fashioned
    • believes that what we have described as being a document of
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    • spiritual healings took place as described in the Gospel of
    • different from what was usual is here described in the
    • to describe a ‘miracle,’ but something natural
    • brought to pass by Christ Jesus may therefore be described as
    • people was described as a ‘thousand,’ and when it
    • described as the ‘fourth thousand’ while those
    • describes how Christ Himself led His disciples first into the
    • faithfully described as the Power of the Sun, the Spirit of
    • complicated way we have described, through the two
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    • ‘Temptation,’ which we might describe as the
    • him like a blossom? How was this described in the Mysteries,
    • leaders of former generations could be described as
    • scene is described in which we are told how the disciples
    • conversation of the Scribes and Pharisees. Just now we would
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    • descending Being. If we wish to describe Him by a word drawn
    • must accept what is described by all four Evangelists, by
    • that Gospel describes the early years of the so-called Nathan
    • to describe the whole course of these events as related in
    • describe it thus: Zarathustra was an instrument through whom
    • initiation. Hence the Gospel of Matthew describes how all the
    • life of these men is described, it is found that they follow
    • to be described from the aspect of the spirit, a wonderful
    • described from four different sides. All the four Evangelists
    • clairvoyance so that he might be able to describe this very
    • the birth of the Jesus of the Solomon line he describes the
    • what he does not describe at the beginning, the fate of all
    • Jesus. And as he describes the Sun-being Who came from above,
    • describe most exactly, for this was for him the most
    • descending Sun-spirit; he describes no earthly Being; that
    • describes more the character of the sheaths, showing
    • describe, that of which he tells in the beginning; but now
    • the Gospel of Mark, on the other hand, describes the
    • Golgotha. He describes to us how at this moment the Christ
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    • described have something perhaps of a depressing nature, and it
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    • course with full justification. It is they are described (and
    • this imaginative world. This is described from somewhat
    • I described yesterday, as blue in the Eastern hemisphere and
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    • times this was described simply by saying that a line goes
    • have often described as the dissolution of the Etheric or
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    • thought is the will being brought to birth. To describe as
    • true names and described as they really are. We may say that
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    • which the Cosmic Spirits inscribe their activities into space. Their
    • Time, the circle described by Ormuzd, the Spirit of Light, is what
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    • which the Cosmic Spirits inscribe their activities into space. Their
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    • described as follows: The pupil was led through the tests of Fire,
    • Egyptians ascribed their holy primal Wisdom. They said: “In
    • ascribe primitive and simple conditions to the early stages of
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    • described as follows: The pupil was led through the tests of Fire,
    • Egyptians ascribed their holy primal Wisdom. They said: “In
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    • almost always be ascribed to the egoism that often sits unrecognized
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    • one's own pride and ambition and not ascribe them to people who
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    • they have to memorize until it has been inscribed. Then it may
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    • formula describes the experience where physical things seem to
    • second formula describes the experience of the raying out of good
    • describes how sensorial things become non-existent when one grows
    • formula describes the experience of good and bad thoughts as forces
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    • were it not an echo of what we have described as a feeling of
    • have described as the experience of loneliness in the spiritual
    • I described
    • people are saying: “Last time he described man's experience
    • the soul world. And the intuitive and inspired consciousness described
    • When we die. for a few days — I have often described this —
    • science of physiology has not reached the point when it can describe in
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
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    • have described as the experience of loneliness in the spiritual
    • I described
    • people are saying: “Last time he described man's experience
    • the soul world. And the intuitive and inspired consciousness described
    • When we die. for a few days — I have often described this —
    • science of physiology has not reached the point when it can describe in
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
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    • Principle. We prefer the Jesus described in the first three
    • will be seen that these very mysteries have been described in
    • the last phase of the materialism I have described to you.
    • mode of thought, it appeared to them in the light described
    • the evangelist John, who merely describes the facts from
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    • facts as historical and the symbolic meaning which we ascribe
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    • present day humanity, and it is not necessary that I describe
    • However, we must in a certain respect describe them, although
    • place in such a way that it is possible to describe it
    • processes which we have just described, the physical and
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    • body as we have described it from many aspects in the
    • described yesterday. At that time, in that early age when our
    • full consciousness in what has just been described; namely,
    • described in regular sequence in my book
    • unconsciously worked upon by the ego, you will find described
    • prescribed length of time with the conscious intent of taking
    • in the spiritual processes which have just been described. If
    • describes such signs as the healing of the man born blind.
    • described in the healing of the blind man is literally true,
    • earth to inflict the punishment. Let us inscribe it then upon
    • scribes and Pharisees brought unto Him a woman taken in
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    • we have just described as the ancient Persian cultural centre
    • they found inscribed in matter as the script of the gods. If
    • already been inscribed in the Sibylline Books even
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    • Atlantean period. We have described how the ether head sank
    • reached out beyond the Flood — described as the Deluge
    • possible to inscribe it in a book. A logic, which is in
    • our present time which we must describe as an age in which
    • will, therefore, understand if I now attempt to describe
    • meaning of the first of the three chapters I have described
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    • described? In order that the initiate might become objective
    • divided. Let us try to find out whether the one who described
    • Christian-Rosicrucian initiation. We intend now to describe
    • schooling in the manner described. This is called Meditation,
    • as strictly prescribed in the schools for the purpose, as
    • microscopy is prescribed in the laboratories. If a person
    • that it develops its organs during the night. Let us describe
    • describe. The fifth grade consists of what is called
    • experience cannot be described in words; only one could
    • describe it who is able to think without the physical brain
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    • for the pupil to undergo the procedure which was described
    • only be described fully, if I were able to hold lectures
    • horse. The important point is that I describe the horses to
    • observed in the spiritual worlds must be described
    • Holy Spirit (illumination) in the manner described, but only
    • happen at all which has been described in the Christian
    • is, in fact, exceedingly difficult to describe the principle
    • was in the beginning. For those who wished rather to describe
    • Jesus of Nazareth and were only able to describe him, it was
    • which we have described as the spiritual Being of the Sun,
    • been described until the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. What
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    • moral impression upon us. We can describe him in great detail. Our
    • say that he is intelligent, or that he is a fool; we can describe the
    • inner bond or whether he can describe only the external
    • easy to describe the other person in a more external way. In these
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    • comes down to the Earth, and it is they who inscribe everything that
    • Everything is observed and inscribed into the Akasha substance as
    • vision all that the Moon Beings have inscribed into it as, for
    • of what they read, in order that it may be inscribed into the new
    • something in nature. Many people try to describe a mountain, or a
    • immediate understanding; one could easily paint what they describe.
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    • be that it is never possible to do more than describe one phenomenon
    • which are recorded by the Moon Beings and subsequently inscribed by
    • man should ascribe it to earthly weakness if he is incapable of
    • Beings of that world. If he ascribes to his own weakness the fact
    • world. It must be possible to describe the concrete details. People
    • described in detail they often become indignant because they will not
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    • develop Imagination the first stage of higher knowledge described in
    • This record is inscribed into the cosmic Intelligence. For a few days
    • these few days what is inscribed into the cosmic Intelligence becomes
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    • days. Then he reaches the Moon region which I have already described,
    • Venus-existence in the Universe are spiritually inscribed in the book
    • described how these truths are revealed through Initiation, I can
    • experience. I cannot, therefore, describe the Sun region to you
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    • through the methods described in my books, the power to look into the
    • live, as I have described, in our Sun-existence and look out upon the
    • described to you had been the work of the higher cosmic wisdom alone,
    • two of whose previous incarnations I have here described, then became
    • Mysteries can be described as follows: After a candidate had been
    • it has happened and is inscribed into the world karma. Acquaintance
    • indeed be described; we carry into the physical world something that
    • what it has been possible to describe of the super-sensible world,
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    • setting out to describe what is the essential nature of human knowledge,
    • attained; they have often been explained and described here Imaginative,
    • between going to sleep and waking. I have already described this region
    • to describe it.
    • experienced consciously. I shall have to describe to you the experiences
    • consciousness. They are not; nevertheless, what I describe is truly
    • sleep, you feel — I say you ‘feel,’ I describe it all
    • notwithstanding, a fact. And it is the same here too. What I describe as
    • describe as a need of God — there is a reality in the life of soul
    • have described. Nor would there rise up from the depths of our will
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • fear. After the soul has passed through what we have described as a
    • strength to hold their own against the anxiety described above. The
    • is not satisfied to describe the single objects of the world in their
    • of the previous day the power I have described. Since the time of the
    • onward from the stage of sleep just described, man enters upon a stage
    • described how they may be named. Today I want to describe them to you
    • describe today. It is in general the forces of the Moon that lead man
    • ‘unconscious.’ Having thus described man's unconscious
    • experiences during sleep, I will try in the next lecture to describe for
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    • setting out to describe what is the essential nature of human knowledge,
    • attained; they have often been explained and described here Imaginative,
    • between going to sleep and waking. I have already described this region
    • to describe it.
    • experienced consciously. I shall have to describe to you the experiences
    • consciousness. They are not; nevertheless, what I describe is truly
    • sleep, you feel — I say you ‘feel,’ I describe it all
    • notwithstanding, a fact. And it is the same here too. What I describe as
    • describe as a need of God — there is a reality in the life of soul
    • have described. Nor would there rise up from the depths of our will
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • fear. After the soul has passed through what we have described as a
    • strength to hold their own against the anxiety described above. The
    • is not satisfied to describe the single objects of the world in their
    • of the previous day the power I have described. Since the time of the
    • onward from the stage of sleep just described, man enters upon a stage
    • described how they may be named. Today I want to describe them to you
    • describe today. It is in general the forces of the Moon that lead man
    • ‘unconscious.’ Having thus described man's unconscious
    • experiences during sleep, I will try in the next lecture to describe for
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    • otherwise than also to ascribe to himself, on the basis of immediate
    • after your birth. We then cease at last to ascribe what works
    • What now dawns upon one can best be described by a comparison.
    • described does not by any means for this reason look with less
    • speaking, I can describe at first only by means of a comparison what
    • I undertake to describe what follows, I must resort to a trivial
    • life of nature and of man. What I shall have to describe as the first
    • we describe by saying that one experiences oneself spiritually,
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    • described at the point where we may rightly fit what we have in our
    • reason of the powers of knowledge I have described as
    • in the manner that I have employed here, we do not describe merely
    • What I have thus described is exposed, of course, to the
    • have passed through all that I described the last time,
    • we view the human being by means of what I described the last time as
    • being lives in him which is beheld in the manner I have described, we
    • knowledge such as I have described in order to be a religious and
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    • described above.
    • when I describe them as members of the human species, as I would
    • have when I have described a lion as a specimen of his kind. The
    • that which has been described above works out in detail, yet
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    • described above.
    • when I describe them as members of the human species, as I would
    • have when I have described a lion as a specimen of his kind. The
    • that which has been described above works out in detail, yet
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    • material things. I need not further describe this state of
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    • describe in a man as proceeding from his external calling are sometimes
    • led to the investigation, the results of which I shall now describe. The
    • Livius, who as it were embalms the human beings whom he describes. For
    • and set it against the background which I have just described. See the
    • stands out against the background which I have described.
    • shall then announce, I shall pass on to describe what these studies of
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    • which underlies the outer, physical happenings. Men do indeed describe
    • world. I have often described the directions taken by this Christian
    • everywhere with the spiritual world. He describes the education of
    • was taking place externally. But at the same time, if we may describe it
    • of Nazareth, as we have often described at this place. This knowledge
    • just described. And this in fact was what appeared, for that Knight of
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    • you how the counsellor of Haroun al Raschid whom I had described,
    • describes as follows. — He said that as he came near the city of
    • Platonists had been active in the way just described, the Aristotelians
    • The Scholastics ascribe reality to that which man grasps through his
    • Then I came to Vienna. (All these things are described in
    • For you see, all that I described to you as
    • The former age which I described within the
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    • Chartres through a certain stimulus, if I may describe it so, which came
    • described my experiences with the Cistercian Order. To-day I would
    • described before. For there still remained alive in them the impression
    • other souls above described are happy, so to speak, to find Christianity
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    • earth ascribed to it according to the Copernican world-picture. In Tycho
    • spiritual world. Now in the spiritual currents which I have described as
    • Bacon himself something took place which we may describe as a morbid
    • what I have already described as the enactment of a great and sublime
    • have described as the Michael deeds in the super-sensible, have come down
    • how I described Schelling and Hegel. I think you will
    • there. That adjoining world is separated, if I may so describe it, only
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    • stars. He would describe a luminous disc shining far out into the
    • At any rate, what such a being described would have very little to do
    • Saturn-existence as I described it in my
    • Earth would be to describe it as the colony of the souls of man in
    • “free-thinking religion” if one may so describe it. Having
    • in a quite conscious way. The soul-conflicts of Strader as described in
    • feeling of reality, all that we should describe as the reality
    • interest in the living man to describe his life. In this case I
    • preceded by a life in spiritual worlds which I can only describe as a
    • was reborn as I described it to you. He came into an uncertainty of
    • which I have described to-day, we can nevertheless go forward with
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    • such that if we describe them one after another, we are at the same time
    • — I have frequently described the impression they make upon a
    • I have described, into the Anthroposophical Society.
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    • thought. For in her past life which I have just described she had
    • conceived as real living Being, even as Nature herself was described as
    • described as a woman and in her subsequent incarnation as a man, was
    • his work on the Solar State, he conceives and describes a social Utopia,
    • all men may become happy. What he thus described as the City of the Sun,
    • conditions from former earthly lives which I have now described. Out of
    • been a man in the first incarnation I described, and in the second a
    • experiences which I described, and in addition, very great cleverness.
    • Truth is a woman. Here indeed what I described to you before comes
    • during this age. I would far rather describe these things by the
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    • quality of being, only he no longer described them with the vividness
    • with which such things had been described in former times. He described
    • spirituality which, if I may so describe it, refines and shadows down
    • although in the sense I just explained we may describe Plato as a
    • often described how Friedrich Hebbel made notes of a play — it
    • 19th century. He became an individuality of the very kind I described
    • may describe it, becomes transformed. It had arisen in the way I told
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    • observe the phenomena of Nature, to describe them, and so on. But
    • The stage that followed the one I have just described, the
    • Today I have described to you from two aspects how Easter was
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    • other we find the whole sequence of the planets inscribed in human
    • the initiate lived with all that has been described. He did not live
    • is not the one I described day before yesterday. The latter led man
    • The process I described today is a different one, performed in
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    • turning to the cosmos where it is all inscribed and exists as a fact.
    • From what I have described you can readily see that the spiritual
    • had been locked in the temple halls was henceforth inscribed in the
    • enclosed within temple walls was released, was inscribed in the
    • the temples has been inscribed in the world-ether, and there it can
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    • harmony. Vishnu is described as a kind of redeemer, awakener
    • extract in human nature. Paracelsus significantly describes
    • surroundings. Shopenhauer realised this fact and described
    • significance of Easter. Dante therefore described his
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    • harmony. Vishnu is described as a kind of redeemer, awakener
    • extract in human nature. Paracelsus significantly describes
    • surroundings. Shopenhauer realised this fact and described
    • significance of Easter. Dante therefore described his
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    • describes the complete hierarchy, from the deacons, archdeacons,
    • names — although the names seldom describe the reality. It's
    • describe what is false.
    • What I have just described is something
    • used. But not only in these expressions, but in everything described
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    • described. But they are won for the lodges due to certain criteria.
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    • described really existed. But if one only saw an image of the
    • attributes of the second stage, which I have described for you. Thus
    • described yesterday using the example of Woodrow Wilson. I will now
    • Wilson says in this book about the German Empire after he describes
    • describes this with the following sentences: “The final
    • anthroposophy is described. It is not described through definitions
    • their instrument. It would go too far in this lecture to describe in
    • think that if the economy is organized as described in my book
    • I described yesterday as a feeling of shame will result in the call
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    • describe by means of occult science and which man has to live
    • rolls on? You know that when we describe the life of man
    • this life is. Starting from the moment of death, we describe
    • describe what is developed for the man in this period between
    • have seen that what we describe is always at first spoken of
    • describe the picture which is offered to clairvoyant vision
    • the night, as it has often been described, did not exist in
    • of the ways, if we wish to describe a progress in historical
    • civilisation. In proportion we have to describe a declining
    • describe for the other side a history of decline with regard
    • to man, just as for this side we can describe a history of
    • consciousness which has just been described certainly
    • describe history, we can supplement the statements regarding
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    • describe by means of occult science and which man has to live
    • rolls on? You know that when we describe the life of man
    • this life is. Starting from the moment of death, we describe
    • describe what is developed for the man in this period between
    • have seen that what we describe is always at first spoken of
    • describe the picture which is offered to clairvoyant vision
    • the night, as it has often been described, did not exist in
    • of the ways, if we wish to describe a progress in historical
    • civilisation. In proportion we have to describe a declining
    • describe for the other side a history of decline with regard
    • to man, just as for this side we can describe a history of
    • consciousness which has just been described certainly
    • describe history, we can supplement the statements regarding
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    • pointless. The feeling described is the only one that can
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    • suppose that one might just as well describe the
    • developed that which has now been described as passing on
    • of soul such as has been described. Should it be aroused by
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    • developed that which has now been described as passing on
    • of soul such as has been described. Should it be aroused by
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    • of man. The regularity of the New Jerusalem is described in
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    • to describe the forms out of which man has evolved they would
    • themselves have seen. Those who described Wotan, Thor, Zeus,
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    • profoundest part of what may be described as esoteric
    • materialism I have described as belonging to the early
    • nineteenth century regarding the Apocalypse may be described
    • is his opinion that the writer of the Apocalypse describes
    • writer of the Apocalypse really wished to describe. It is
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    • described the spirit of the Apocalypse of John in a general way. We
    • is described what may be called a Christian initiation. To-day it
    • initiation, to describe what takes place in a man when
    • etc., prescribed for him by the schools of initiation. The
    • and real. Much of what is described in the mythologies of
    • Paradise, together with all that is described in the
    • Adam, looking back, perceived the visions described in the
    • This is described, as you know, in more exoteric lectures by
    • to describe more exactly what the initiate then began to see.
    • We have to describe this development of man
    • When that which has just been described is seen coming forth,
    • experiences not merely what has been described up to now;
    • only came forth as what is described as the Son of Man who
    • beginning of the Apocalypse described from the principle of
    • described then in the reverse order, and rightly so. He first
    • describes the vision of the Son of Man, the appearance of Him
    • described what happens in certain cases of initiation and
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    • also described as the Son of Man who has the seven stars in his
    • initiation where he experiences what was described at the
    • appear from the pinnacle of initiation described. We perceive
    • more correctly described in the Old Testament in the Ten
    • describes himself as the forerunner of Christ Jesus, as the
    • the sentence which describes minutely how a person stands as
    • Middle Ages which describe the true state of affairs, that
    • final Being is described by the word, Amen. “And unto
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    • earth which the legends of various peoples describe as a flood,
    • whole earth which is described in the Gospel of John.
    • writer of the Apocalypse describes by saying that on the one
    • bodies of the race. This has been wonderfully described in a
    • described is quite in harmony with it. Let us look back to
    • the soul, and what our own age of civilization inscribes in
    • external sense world. How have we described the seven stars?
    • described by the seer regarding the present and future
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    • Apocalyptist describes the seals in such frightful pictures?
    • describe these four conditions so far as we need this for the
    • described.
    • One of these changes may easily be described by saying that
    • They are the same beings who are described in the part
    • relating to the secret of the seven seals. They are described
    • this bursting forth described in a very unique manner in the
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    • we reached the point described yesterday as human
    • describe to you the forms of those men which first
    • would be greatly shocked if I were to describe to you the
    • who lived on into the epoch which we may describe in so far
    • heads of the Lion, Eagle, Bull and Man, described in the
    • have described as the awakening of external consciousness was
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    • All against All we have our epoch, which we have described.
    • we have described. We described the ancient Indian age, when
    • a fundamental change then came about which we may describe by
    • Everything which is now described in the breaking of the
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    • up to our own, as we have described. So we see that our
    • the sixth civilization, to that which must be described as
    • described, is symbolized in the Apocalypse of John by the
    • described. After the Lemurian followed the Atlantean, and
    • prophetically described in the Apocalypse of John, and it is
    • heritages. Thus the writer of the Apocalypse really describes
    • the seer — as the Apocalyptist has described, into
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    • abstract product described in modern geology, etc.; one might
    • described as that which envelops the soul, which clothes the
    • the point we have described. The earth will then be ready to
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    • We have described the three preceding conditions of the
    • when all that we have described has taken place and all that
    • to be described. Then, when man is saved, so to speak, when
    • picture-consciousness.” If this is to be described it can
    • be described as Moon-consciousness plus
    • described as the inspired-consciousness, the consciousness of
    • account, we may describe the stages of life by speaking of
    • with the kingdoms. Here we may describe the first stage of
    • passed through. But if we were similarly to describe the
    • of the earth. And on the earth we can, indeed, describe these
    • describes the present minerals as belonging to the mineral
    • perceive how this is connected with what is described in our
    • which is described as Moon. We then went further back from
    • described; there the earth becomes astral again.
    • spiritual path. If you describe the whole world, up to the
    • which really happens, what we have described as the
    • as we have described, as eagle, lion, bull and man. He
    • described as “horn” that which in the physical body
    • Man is described, as far as he had developed in the fourth age
    • nature of the spiritual world. I shall now describe something
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    • important events which are described by the opening of the seven
    • During this 172nd condition all that we have described has
    • described as the fifth round, which again will have seven
    • we have completed are described is Apocalyptic language as
    • manner above described, which is the method used by the
    • described as the community of Philadelphia. We know that we
    • we shall hear — as the Lamb. One describes the
    • Lamb. Every such spiritual being was described not only by
    • he describes is the sign, and he describes it thus
    • special effort. That which he describes here: “It has two
    • Apocalypse describes as those who make prostitution with
    • described as Sorath — 666 — must first be expelled. That
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    • this draws him closer and closer to the being described as
    • higher stage of consciousness, a stage which may be described
    • describe this clearly
    • although in a certain way we must describe John's Gospel as
    • which bind him to the ordinary life; and we have described
    • in the last chapter by its description as a cube. To describe
    • were to describe this in detail, but you cm at least take
    • men were gifted with a dim clairvoyance. We have described
    • describe it in brief; what does this mean? It means in other
    • words: “If I were to describe in detail all that will take
    • that what is described n the Apocalypse was to happen in the
    • near future. But it ought to read: “I will briefly describe
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    • points of view we have described the special characteristics of the
    • something we can describe only as super-consciousness. But for this
    • form of thinking different from that which I recently described to
    • Ahrimanic Beings I have described, enter space, so there are
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    • as it is described in the Gospels, they will acknowledge Christ-Jesus
    • as a question. I have tried to describe him, first as a free,
    • never perceive what man is as a sense-being if we ascribe to the
    • ascribe birth and death to his essential being in so far as he
    • does not do this with intentions of the kind described in the book
    • but in the way usually described, would be no God of the heights. And
    • result of all the conditions I have described — well, these
    • have often described this — and from this other side he learns
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    • epochs just described. In the second and in the first post-Atlantean
    • scientific ghosts have not the reality ascribed to them by modern
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    • were trying to describe in accordance with its inner nature an extraordinarily
    • important fact in the evolution of man; we tried to describe it from
    • scientific method of thinking, as I described it for you yesterday,
    • described them from a certain point of view but we will call them up
    • way I have described. It is not a forbidden wisdom for man, but a
    • spoken of that which is a mere semblance of the super-sensible; I described
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    • Catholic philosophy to say: Certainly the Catholic Church proscribed
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    • ascribe the effects to all kinds of other causes. In reality these
    • happens in the case of an Initiate is as I have just described: he
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    • Ferdinand Meyer's soul to describe, not his own destiny, for that
    • the karmic adjustment of what I have described as a kind of
    • souls whose relationship to him was as I have described, became the
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    • described in the book
    • a task which it is difficult to describe in earthly words.
    • inscribed into man during the final stage of his descent from the
    • inscribed — believe it or not as you will —
    • itself is an essential help, for this reveals what has been inscribed
    • describe the Moon assumes that the mountain ranges depicted on lunar
    • lives are inscribed, as it were, on the leaves of their books,
    • described it in the book
    • through the Moon sphere. The Moon Beings had inscribed in their
    • persons, would have been described quite differently by each of them.
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    • first of the two ways I described, what reverberates within us has
    • acquaintanceship in earthly life; nothing has been inscribed in the
    • Beings have inscribed in his astral body belongs to you just as
    • described but as actual reality. It cannot be expected that
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    • on the Earth. They take into themselves what is inscribed by us
    • what we have done and left undone. Hence it should not be described
    • uniform as it seems when one has to describe it, but it is infinitely
    • Venus appears to you now, and you would describe the Earth as you now
    • describe Venus; you would estimate that on the Earth
    • genius that ascribed to Venus the initial stages of the sex life. The
    • kind of knowledge I have described, we begin to gaze upon the destiny
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    • who as the two groups of souls I have described, advanced the
    • of the planets circling around the Earth, we describe the whole
    • spiritual connections as I have now described. Perhaps some of
    • and has developed in the way I have described. More will be said in
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    • just described.
    • opens up a wonderful vista! The streams I have described flow on in
    • the moon and in other worlds. He describes the successive
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    • through the Imaginative Cult I have described to you, to prepare for
    • within a sphere of happenings like those described yesterday. This
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    • describe a present condition, what he says is not true. The
    • described as the “Theosophical Way” is in a beginning
    • cannot be described. It is based on what happens, not on words, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • is. For not one attribute described here today can pertain to the
    • he described his theories based on the “revelations” made
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    • describe a present condition, what he says is not true. The
    • described as the “Theosophical Way” is in a beginning
    • cannot be described. It is based on what happens, not on words, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • is. For not one attribute described here today can pertain to the
    • he described his theories based on the “revelations” made
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
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    • described first, did not descend even as far as the astral
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • globe which is described by natural science, it has within it
    • there himself. He can describe it reasonably; he can say: you
    • describes the world into which Faust is to submerge in order
    • described, becomes there a living fact.
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • globe which is described by natural science, it has within it
    • there himself. He can describe it reasonably; he can say: you
    • describes the world into which Faust is to submerge in order
    • described, becomes there a living fact.
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    • Steiner describes the new developments in mechanics, politics, and economy
    • Bavaria, described by Steiner in this
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    • case of America, to describe what he feels to be the image of
    • Russian to describe what they conceive as the image of man,
    • described when we study historical stimuli adequately.
    • make blunder after blunder. But I wish to describe an example
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    • aspects. If we wish to describe in a radical way what is thus
    • something that must be inscribed deeply upon our souls, that
    • then discover that what I described to you a week ago as the
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    • have sufficiently described to you, or through Roman
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    • heightened interest that I have often described to you as the
    • person really has to ascribe to himself what he has become.
    • self-observation as I have just described will find himself
    • described, the deeper forces that can bring to birth within
    • culture, not the culture to which could be ascribed in the
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    • Steiner describes the new developments in mechanics, politics, and economy
    • described to you here from the greatest number of viewpoints
    • spheres of society that I have described to you as based upon
    • the corner I have often described to you. You will know this
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    • mysteries. Oh! he describes them exactly — those powers
    • then it goes on to describe how the temptation approaches him,
    • child as it is described in St. John's Gospel. How shall we
    • the Child Jesus, as St. Luke's Gospel describes it —
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    • mysteries. Oh! he describes them exactly — those powers
    • then it goes on to describe how the temptation approaches him,
    • child as it is described in St. John's Gospel. How shall we
    • the Child Jesus, as St. Luke's Gospel describes it —
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    • must not ascribe to the word the meaning given to it to-day,
    • described the most complicated movements — circles
    • situation which we have described above, Goethe saw the
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    • must not ascribe to the word the meaning given to it to-day,
    • described the most complicated movements — circles
    • situation which we have described above, Goethe saw the
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    • the right sense, as described on the ground of
    • describe as “unconscious spirits” those spiritual
    • I would like to describe for you the ideal that these initiates
    • a brotherhood as I have described. Its members are engaged in
    • complicated process; I have described it for you in various
    • reckoned with the activities I have just described and have
    • birth to death. We can to some extent describe this being by
    • described to-day. But through the other being, which seizes
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    • were specially responsible for dealing in the way I described
    • example, Wilhelm Wundt (whom Fritz Mauthner described with some
    • have described the task for mankind in the fifth post-Atlantean
    • human souls. We have already described in part the
    • inscribe daily in our souls and never forget, although we are
    • described: how Europe was Christianised by Irish monks.
    • just described, Ireland — Ierne for the Greeks and
    • described. Such plans were often carried through in earlier
    • following the rightful path. To prescribe the movement of
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    • spiritual world is as well able to describe the laws governing
    • the forming of destiny as the naturalist is able to describe
    • is my intention to describe to you how karma gradually takes
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    • man between death and a new birth is described many will wonder
    • circumscribed and the surrounding ether appears blue. But to
    • bodies are not as physical astronomy describes them. In their
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    • described in earthly language in somewhat the following
    • to the rest of the starry worlds as I have described.
    • together with other human souls in the way described —
    • in us, also of the mutilation we undergo, as I described in the
    • life in Mexico of the kinds I have described. Both sets of
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    • you inscribed as it were in an eternal chronicle in the
    • system. Everything is inscribed in this faculty of cosmic
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    • etheric aura in which all his experiences are inscribed but
    • also everything that is inscribed in him from the previous
    • I have described. It can never be said that as some experience
    • in life I have described it is possible to have an inkling of
    • personalities such as those described through the two examples,
    • superficiality as I have described to you. For that is how you
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    • life. For what is really taking place? We describe quite
    • justifiable to describe in a rather abstract way.
    • describe a kind of circle. In the morning, on waking, the ego
    • described and this statement must be taken more literally than
    • What I have described applies, approximately, to life by day in
    • feeling I have described a faint, admittedly a very faint,
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    • our actions must be described as morally good, fit to become
    • that must be described as morally bad. morally imperfect,
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    • different religions describe this stage of existence as
    • pass into a kind of life that might be described in this way:
    • Today it was my foremost purpose to describe man's being, as it
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    • Steiner describes here the journey of the soul through the planetary
    • this is described by me for the purpose of indicating that the
    • earth-life, as has been described, until we arrive again
    • describe the passage through this world in a more objective
    • described and named in my Occult Science; and we also
    • the states described by me previously, now becomes
    • arises in the human being. This desire must be described in the
    • During the entire period which I have described and which lasts
    • that I have described, the fabric of mankind.
    • (I can describe it only by means of this image); we find again
    • described.
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    • process. We can describe the emotion of fear in
    • that which I described yesterday as the outpouring of
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    • Steiner describes here the journey of the soul through the planetary
    • during sleep. I have already described to you many things
    • child, as was previously described, chooses between that which,
    • described — we make our choice concerning the
    • across the stages described by me during the recent days. My
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    • evident when considering the facts described by me during
    • the influence of the body. This, however, is not ascribed to a
    • described. Likewise, the primeval Indian, from his thirty-fifth
    • described. Since his spirit and soul became increasingly merged
    • of finding words to describe the Mystery of Golgotha —
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    • for all that it is a definitely circumscribed sense.
    • will appear afflictions which I described this morning as
    • described, he does in a certain sense by-pass the paths of
    • world put him into a panic. I will not describe what else he
    • training it is comparatively easy to describe, and this has
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    • such disturbances as I have tried to describe to you. What I
    • unequivocally in advance. To-day I should like to describe a
    • I have described a sure path to the super-sensible. But this book
    • The path of initiation which I wish to describe to-day is
    • have just described. He will not of course be able to claim that
    • perceptions in the way I have just described: that is, by
    • soul-activities as I have described in order to
    • described, we become aware of the fact that it is the outer
    • described the three inner senses through which he becomes aware
    • described with particular clarity what they have experienced in
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    • factor of cosmic influence. What would be described as nonsense
    • have enough perseverance, along the path described in the book
    • It is attained by treading the path there described. That is
    • intercourse, the spiritual world can be described as it really
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to
    • ascribe it at once to the other person. This is the greatest
    • happenings I have described to you are going on all the time.
    • you describe only what has happened in your waking hours. Life
    • that we have such thoughts as have been described today and
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    • is the following. He describes a patient, who came to him in a
    • the soul can really influence the body. He wishes to describe,
    • Another case is described by a far more conspicuous scientist,
    • describe a scene enacted on the Belgian-German frontier shortly
    • a photograph taken and described this act in detail. It was
    • photographs were carefully described and attention was drawn to
    • medium (Sir Oliver Lodge describes it so that one can really
    • had been described exactly. A conscientious scientist could not
    • two radical cases I have described to you, show that the
    • are critically described in books, so that everyone can test
    • Meditation exercises, such as those recently described to you,
    • described in one or the other way, more or less
    • and other soul-exercises described in my book Knowledge of
    • our soul, in the imaginative understanding described in the
    • ordinary life of memory. We then no longer ascribe the contents
    • described by St. John of the Cross or by St. Theresa, or by
    • we do exercises of the will, as described in detail in
    • described by saying that the wish is father to the thought.
    • These thoughts, these morphological thoughts described to you
    • if we continue more and more in the exercises described in the
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    • described yesterday. It will be essential to know what
    • Yesterday I described to you how the sentient and volitional
    • his sensory perceptions, as already described, and return to
    • imaginative and inspirational knowledge described in my last
    • meditation described yesterday, know that man does not only
    • arise, such as those described in the books of Schrenk-Notzing
    • death in a preceding life. As described in my Theosophy
    • We then describe things, as it were, from a reversed
    • manner I described yesterday and again to-day.
    • as described yesterday, we must create the possibility of
    • the previous lecture, I have already described to you that when
    • right interpretation of the perspective described to you
    • first condition as I have described it.
    • different from the life-tableau described above) by conjuring
    • perspective already described, the things connected with the
    • something which can be described somewhat in the following
    • possibility to ascribe reality and world-creative forces to
    • described, that now insert themselves. In that case
    • pre-existent, pre-natal being, revealing itself, as described,
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    • above all, with the aid of the exercises already described,
    • distinctly those parts which are usually described vaguely in
    • as described the day before yesterday; a world in which we
    • body dissolves, as I described, in the universal cosmic ether.
    • everything which I described to you. Those who pass through the
    • already described, the path leading into the spiritual worlds,
    • remains behind, and in addition to what has been described to
    • described, those who at least try to understand it, will see
    • on the one hand people take it amiss if one describes the
    • describes the physical world, this reproach does not touch him,
    • I have described.
    • ordinarily described — and justly so — as dry,
    • which concepts must penetrate by the methods described, but for
    • development of the world by setting out, as I described, from
    • were theoretical concepts, as I described to-day; we must rise
    • of which the soul-spiritual world described in Anthroposophy
    • metamorphoses of earthly life. I should have to describe whole
    • conscientious scientific way from what I have described to you
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    • accomplish the closing of the circle described yesterday.
    • ascribed to motion, — in the eyes of those acquainted
    • this book has appeared, in which attraction is ascribed to
    • have any influence! Unless we ascribe will to those thoughts,
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    • accomplish the closing of the circle described yesterday.
    • ascribed to motion, — in the eyes of those acquainted
    • this book has appeared, in which attraction is ascribed to
    • have any influence! Unless we ascribe will to those thoughts,
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    • are active in sub-consciousness, as just described, then man
    • the fact described above can arise in the form of an
    • which has just been described. In the case of some
    • described — not the imaginary human being which we have
    • described to you constitutes in other words a way enabling us
    • accomplished what has already been described. Hence, on the
    • passed through the training described today — she was
    • when this man continues to develop in Devachan as described
    • described figuratively. Vanity and ambition are indeed most
    • are described in spiritual science. If you strive to
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    • are active in sub-consciousness, as just described, then man
    • the fact described above can arise in the form of an
    • which has just been described. In the case of some
    • described — not the imaginary human being which we have
    • described to you constitutes in other words a way enabling us
    • accomplished what has already been described. Hence, on the
    • passed through the training described today — she was
    • when this man continues to develop in Devachan as described
    • described figuratively. Vanity and ambition are indeed most
    • are described in spiritual science. If you strive to
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    • opposite of what has been described. The comparison has been
    • One describes
    • you will have seen that one can look, in the way described,
    • will describe it all distortedly. In all sincerity, it is a
    • distorted form and describe them correspondingly. The moral
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    • opposite of what has been described. The comparison has been
    • One describes
    • you will have seen that one can look, in the way described,
    • will describe it all distortedly. In all sincerity, it is a
    • distorted form and describe them correspondingly. The moral
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    • We ought not to confuse what we may describe as man's calling
    • — which, it appears, a theologian recently described
    • another (to describe the radical contrasts) — in short,
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    • We ought not to confuse what we may describe as man's calling
    • — which, it appears, a theologian recently described
    • another (to describe the radical contrasts) — in short,
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    • describes the life of the distinguished Swabian with genuine
    • impulse to ‘cut’ with one's ideas, one would describe with
    • novels on this subject, he describes how the pyramids are built
    • of life and fate. He describes an engineer — a builder of
    • bridges. Magnificently he describes the faculties he has,
    • magnificently described. He himself is in the first train to
    • we have described a case which shows us the fulfilment of
    • acceleration, as in the case Max Eyth describes, or on
    • fairy tale. I will describe the subject matter, which
    • course, be described. We describe how he goes through the
    • can describe how some exotic maid arrives, accompanied by her
    • into dire conflict. In the end you can describe, quite
    • related. But in addition he describes how this official of the
    • described. But the accused, during the proceedings, behaves in
    • ‘judge’ is very well described in this short story.
    • Berger is not the same man whom I described to you before. I
    • clear and open vision, and well describes what is the very
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    • describes the life of the distinguished Swabian with genuine
    • impulse to ‘cut’ with one's ideas, one would describe with
    • novels on this subject, he describes how the pyramids are built
    • of life and fate. He describes an engineer — a builder of
    • bridges. Magnificently he describes the faculties he has,
    • magnificently described. He himself is in the first train to
    • we have described a case which shows us the fulfilment of
    • acceleration, as in the case Max Eyth describes, or on
    • fairy tale. I will describe the subject matter, which
    • course, be described. We describe how he goes through the
    • can describe how some exotic maid arrives, accompanied by her
    • into dire conflict. In the end you can describe, quite
    • related. But in addition he describes how this official of the
    • described. But the accused, during the proceedings, behaves in
    • ‘judge’ is very well described in this short story.
    • Berger is not the same man whom I described to you before. I
    • clear and open vision, and well describes what is the very
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    • place which I have so often described in outline in a certain
    • thing worked differently. While the Western thinker describes
    • purposes which they pursued in the way I recently described to
    • Stuart Mill describes as conglomerated mediocrity, into
    • Hung Ming describes the Chinese life and culture, and from his
    • — how right were they when they described the doctrines
    • outlines what the Chinese spirit is. Mill and Herzen described
    • such lengths as I described: While they possess the occult
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    • place which I have so often described in outline in a certain
    • thing worked differently. While the Western thinker describes
    • purposes which they pursued in the way I recently described to
    • Stuart Mill describes as conglomerated mediocrity, into
    • Hung Ming describes the Chinese life and culture, and from his
    • — how right were they when they described the doctrines
    • outlines what the Chinese spirit is. Mill and Herzen described
    • such lengths as I described: While they possess the occult
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    • what do these ideas describe? None other than the being
    • we have often described before. We know that the Archai or
    • — though they would often describe it as humility —
    • we might also wish to describe what it is that goes
    • describe today. Similarly, men are led into false paths
    • describe at length what we have here been hinting at, if we
    • present time — most tellingly described. Such
    • by-ways as are there described are connected with the false
    • certain people nowadays would fain describe them. They are very
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • described it, and how from the other side this karma must
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    • what do these ideas describe? None other than the being
    • we have often described before. We know that the Archai or
    • — though they would often describe it as humility —
    • we might also wish to describe what it is that goes
    • describe today. Similarly, men are led into false paths
    • describe at length what we have here been hinting at, if we
    • present time — most tellingly described. Such
    • by-ways as are there described are connected with the false
    • certain people nowadays would fain describe them. They are very
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • described it, and how from the other side this karma must
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    • spiritual pillars upon which are inscribed the two great
    • which cannot be described otherwise than by saying that man in
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    • spiritual pillars upon which are inscribed the two great
    • which cannot be described otherwise than by saying that man in
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    • just described. Goethe first invites us to follow the
    • describes with the words: “In every religion there is the
    • Thus the poem really describes the principle of Christianity in
    • For everything shall be described with care.
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    • just described. Goethe first invites us to follow the
    • describes with the words: “In every religion there is the
    • Thus the poem really describes the principle of Christianity in
    • For everything shall be described with care.
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    • took the course I have described to you.
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    • have described, they bore with them through the gate of death the
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    • him, inspired into him. He ascribed Intelligence only to the
    • sinking down to the earth (green). Men begin to ascribe what they
    • by forming themselves into a group like the one I have described, a
    • what I have just described to you breathes through the whole legend
    • trivial words of modern speech, I will now describe what then
    • what I wanted to inscribe in your hearts in the lecture for which
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    • we set about studying it in the way I have described. People appear
    • way I described in the lecture here a year ago [
    • influences I have described. And when we observe how Voltaire comes
    • are described in such a way as to show how man, as microcosm, is
    • (which may be described as setting forth a kind of cosmic physiology,
    • investigations which I described in Torquay led me into close contact
    • one penetrates into these spiritual worlds in the manner described,
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    • want to describe in broad outlines the growth and development of
    • we describe this movement? The Christ Who descended through the
    • described were sent down from the Sun. But what happened later on,
    • worlds as I have described it, cast its shadows down into the earthly
    • what I have just described was taking place above, in the spiritual
    • have described — coinciding with the meeting of Christ Himself
    • took place — if I may use trivial words of earth to describe
    • manner described. All the discarnate souls who belonged to Michael
    • described, towards the end of the 19th century and the beginning of
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    • permeates us in the way I have described.
    • have described. The easiest way to become an adept in this
    • have described there is the same from the
    • have described it, is carried out inwardly, that one is
    • picture of a triangle in the way I have described. One does
    • described the various meditative exercises in my book
    • described, one perceives the world etherically, that is to say,
    • experience I described as the deep silence
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    • have described it, man's astral body and the world to which he
    • I have already described to you
    • that which, as described, has come to us from previous earthly
    • I have described, we have reached the stage where we can
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    • described, I see what constitutes the essence of my previous
    • What I have now described must be well understood and taken
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    • centuries of Christianity to describe the higher spiritual Beings. An
    • are valid in the sphere of natural science in order to describe the
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    • creation of races described in detail. The different races are the
    • Tacitus describes Germanic tribes as still immersed in Group-Soul.
    • which describes the descent of human souls from the
    • Germanic peoples and was described by Tacitus in his
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    • individual human life, we describe as the mission of the individual
    • propose therefore to describe this heritage from which the ‘homeless
    • always known that if they were to describe in detail the state of
    • Swiss Folk Spirit, we would describe in abstract terms a few
    • of the West in order to describe these Beings. Those Beings who
    • described as Zeitgeist, in these words: “Repent, change
    • activity we have already described as the activity of the Archangels.
    • the Beings who might be described as the inspirers — or if we
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    • effect, described the full scope of the most important work of the
    • described, other mysterious Beings who are related to the Archangels
    • were Beings such as the Folk Spirits we have described today. That
    • must not ascribe the birth of language solely to these Beings who
    • sentiment and temperament and those just described — i.e. not
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    • have already described them in their external aspect as Beings two
    • world, an ideal that we can inscribe in our hearts and to which we
    • inwardly permeated with what I have just described, to that extent
    • described yesterday. We have also described how the abnormal Spirits
    • in history. What the historians describe is only Maya; it conceals
    • the concept of race? Those Beings whom we describe as normal Spirits
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    • described, he becomes Earth-bound, he becomes closely associated
    • lives. I have already described how man departed from the laws of the
    • relationships in more detail later on. I now propose to describe them
    • line which in reality describes a curve obeys a cosmic law and does
    • process. The curve of development which we have already described
    • impoverishment is illustrated in what I have already described,
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    • describe objectively. So long as one has the slightest tendency to
    • spread out before him. He will describe this solid rock formation in
    • when we look into the depths of the Earth we ascribe to the Beings of
    • occult schools speak. That too is what Goethe describes when he
    • those Beings whom we have described as belonging to the Hierarchies
    • mission is exactly as I have described it. The secret of this mission
    • creative element in earthly existence. We must therefore describe the
    • considering Earth-existence in this way we first described thinking,
    • and we described as the special task of the Spirits of Form the
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    • Spirits of Will, the Cherubim and Seraphim, which we described
    • Form cooperate in such a way that what we described in Lecture Four
    • Spirits of Form — those Beings who, as I described yesterday,
    • described at the close of the last lecture.
    • the Semitic-Hebrew people and why Jahve describes Himself as the God
    • the senses of the abnormal Spirits whom we may describe as Jupiter
    • the Saturn race, therefore, in everything to which we must ascribe
    • old American Indians the process of ossification described above is
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    • high mission in the manner already described. This Time Spirit worked
    • describe an arc to include the towns of Detmold and Paderborn, you
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    • remarkable way. It was described as a Divine Initiation. The means by
    • Teutonic peoples is described as follows: before acquiring this
    • described in the Teutonic mythology where it says that the ‘I’
    • which we in our anthroposophical teachings describe in more
    • Atlantean epoch is described as a continuation of earlier epochs and
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    • same as the one described before, but death would have supervened
    • say if it had been obliged to ascribe this threefold influence to
    • which describes the wolf in pursuit of the Sun. That an eclipse
    • man will then see, the Initiates described to him as a vision of the
    • powers. They described to him this vision of the future as seen by
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    • results of our investigation describe it in greater detail. We shall
    • hundred years after Christ, Tacitus could describe the Teutons of
    • delimited course. This circumscribed course was unmistakably echoed
    • in the Chinese culture, a culture circumscribed by the Great Wall and
    • us now describe the further progress of the Germanic and Nordic Folk
    • described them, but we find it remarkably anticipated in the diverse
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    • describe as the descent of those human souls who, in primeval times
    • impressions, and I should like to describe to you a typical example.
    • described. We may also be aware that the spiritual life at the time
    • circumscribed by Eastern traditions, nor be coloured by the dogmas of
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    • before us, as if inscribed in letters of gold, when we began some
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    • The forces which you find described in my little book
    • are the Hecate forces. When Spiritual Science describes for you how
    • Science. Today we are again beginning in the way I have described in
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    • being, and I can describe to you the difference between external
    • rather like what I have just described as regards the physical world.
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • forces of physical, etheric and astral bodies, you need only describe
    • is an occult sign; one can meditate on such signs; I have described
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    • be wrong if one were to apply what I have just described for the
    • spirituality because the other Angels whom I have described are
    • individualities of the hierarchies we have described — an
    • I have described in the book
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
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    • have already tried to describe in considerable detail such figures as
    • the chemical forces described in the text-books, all the forces at
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
    • gods. Hence he ascribed what he bore within him to what were called
    • of followers, described in mythology as sileni, fauns and other like
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    • what I am about to describe as a first tremendous challenge to the
    • ordinary science is accustomed; here things are so described that
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • know also. But Silenus is described to us as a wise individual. We
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    • the figure there described, the figure we know as Capesius. We know
    • be described in the following way. When the human being cultivates
    • must come to know more closely what it is that I have just described
    • described could enter into human life. It streamed into human
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
    • reflected form, which we can describe as related to reality as
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    • matter described by the geologists or the mineralogists or the
    • physicists. To describe the Earth as the physicists and the
    • oneself to the skeleton. What physical science describes is only a
    • directions. Actually it is quite wrong to describe the animals which
    • to describe man, who really distorts the several streams which flow
    • to describe this instreaming in its purest form from above? We know
    • prepared through the two Jesus children, as is described in my little book
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • which we have closely described in the last two lectures as the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • gods who were described so gloriously by Homer nearly 1000 years before
    • historian describes a remarkable scene, and indeed all the descriptions
    • in order to avenge his relatives. He is described to us as he rides
    • on in a work of Raphael we feel the scene as described by the historian
    • described, it held converse with the eternal mysteries of the genesis
    • How shall we describe
    • I have already described
    • to a twofold continuation of life, one aspect of which has been described
    • in previous lectures here, and will be still further described, and to
    • went in his own particular way he began to describe Raphael. We can
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    • gods who were described so gloriously by Homer nearly 1000 years before
    • historian describes a remarkable scene, and indeed all the descriptions
    • in order to avenge his relatives. He is described to us as he rides
    • on in a work of Raphael we feel the scene as described by the historian
    • described, it held converse with the eternal mysteries of the genesis
    • How shall we describe
    • I have already described
    • to a twofold continuation of life, one aspect of which has been described
    • in previous lectures here, and will be still further described, and to
    • went in his own particular way he began to describe Raphael. We can
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • now tell you must be described absolutely as a hypothesis, just because
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • now tell you must be described absolutely as a hypothesis, just because
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • the question of the personality of Homer; When he describes anything
    • were an expert in that handicraft, in that art. If he describes a battle,
    • does he describe to us? He tells us even at the beginning what he is
    • Iliad. Homer wishes only to describe to us that which he states so pregnantly
    • only produced the special episodes which are described in the Iliad
    • alone woo Brunnhilde. And in what a remarkable way are described such
    • figures as Brunnhilde of Iceland, and Siegfried: Siegfried is described
    • into spiritual science as I shall permit myself to describe it in the
    • that we have to describe its powers as much more instinctive. Not indeed
    • to describe it as we designate a soul-force to-day when we speak of
    • use of, to which we cannot ascribe reality. The modern man is careful
    • and feeling. Those soul-forces which we have to describe as clairvoyant
    • just been described. Such a consciousness which could survey the past,
    • wrath is described as the wrath of Achilles is described in the Iliad.
    • which is the transformation of the physical body, and they ascribed
    • which appear first as primitive forces just as they are described in
    • have looked upon the Beings of their own nationality as described in
    • as that ascribed to Väinemöinen that such an instrument is
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • the question of the personality of Homer; When he describes anything
    • were an expert in that handicraft, in that art. If he describes a battle,
    • does he describe to us? He tells us even at the beginning what he is
    • Iliad. Homer wishes only to describe to us that which he states so pregnantly
    • only produced the special episodes which are described in the Iliad
    • alone woo Brunnhilde. And in what a remarkable way are described such
    • figures as Brunnhilde of Iceland, and Siegfried: Siegfried is described
    • into spiritual science as I shall permit myself to describe it in the
    • that we have to describe its powers as much more instinctive. Not indeed
    • to describe it as we designate a soul-force to-day when we speak of
    • use of, to which we cannot ascribe reality. The modern man is careful
    • and feeling. Those soul-forces which we have to describe as clairvoyant
    • just been described. Such a consciousness which could survey the past,
    • wrath is described as the wrath of Achilles is described in the Iliad.
    • which is the transformation of the physical body, and they ascribed
    • which appear first as primitive forces just as they are described in
    • have looked upon the Beings of their own nationality as described in
    • as that ascribed to Väinemöinen that such an instrument is
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • described in pictorial terms. One has to speak in this way of these
    • “signposts” there in the astral light, inscribed in
    • inscribed in highly significant spiritual script:
    • significant for man, are inscribed, as I have said, in the astral
    • men are shining like glow-worms in the way I have described, then the
    • described, the majestic image of Michael and the Dragon will arise
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • added the mercurial process, as I have described it in connection
    • piece and would then describe it from his own flea-standpoint,
    • just as a man describes the Earth when somewhere — let us say
    • limestone. Then he describes this bit, and works up his findings into
    • everything I have just described is impregnated with ash, something
    • To-morrow I will describe how man has emancipated himself from all
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • the Intuition described in my book,
    • have described, and births could therefore take place only towards
    • in the way I have described, at a time when man himself had as yet
    • I have described exists in architectural and sculptured form, and when
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • there comes before us — to describe it in human terms, which
    • described must come in: the elemental spirits of the Earth must soar
    • described. I told you what the sword of Michael is made of, and
    • goes on in the Earth during winter, as I have described. The
    • described. And against this background a living picture of the
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • Earth, as I have described it. All this would have to be not in any
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • four great cosmic Imaginations, as I described them to you —
    • medical textbooks always describe how man breathes in oxygen from the
    • Being who has to be described in this way — and can be
    • described in no other way — there proceed forces which
    • the forces of nature in spring, as I have described. I had to show
    • out of the Sun-gold radiating from Uriel, as I described yesterday.
    • have described, their effects are active in human beings
    • have described are indeed full of mystery. But this is not so when
    • described for you in the four pictures. And if we have arrived at
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    • reality as I have just described can grasp its true
    • observe the phenomena of nature, to describe them, and so on.
    • Today I have described for you from two sides how Easter was
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    • on the other the entire planetary system, inscribed into human
    • This procedure, however, is different from the one I described
    • fall. By contrast, the procedure I have described today was
    • Mysteries based upon such realities as I have described today.
    • go more deeply into matters that have been described today in
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    • for, as we have had occasion to see, it is inscribed there, it
    • was henceforth inscribed, although in somewhat less
    • to former temple secrets now inscribed into the cosmic
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    • Preparation, Enlightenment, and Initiation are described, as is
    • spiritual knowledge. The path described here is a safe one
    • described from the perspective of initiation science. The
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    • occasions to the pupils of the Mysteries I can describe
    • down to earth. At first it was more what might be described as
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    • led to observe the things of Nature, to describe them, and so
    • This third degree that I have just described was followed by a
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    • pre-earthly into earthly existence. The things just described
    • described but experienced — truly experienced. They were
    • described in the first lecture.
    • one I then described was that which led men to an understanding
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    • from observation of the cosmos itself, where it is inscribed,
    • From all I have described you can gather that the spiritual
    • was within the Temple Halls, has been inscribed ever since on
    • escaped from these walls, has been inscribed on the universal
    • Temple-wisdom has been inscribed on the universal ether, and
    • described in the last lecture concerning the Secrets of the
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • the time when Christ worked in the way I have described, is
    • described to us, somewhat unintelligibly to begin with, as the
    • From the event of Pentecost pours the stream that has been described.
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • experience which may be described by saying: one learns to read
    • It appears before one like a word inscribed in the Cosmos, like
    • happenings. I cannot describe them in any other way. Let those
    • as I have described it. And if anyone were to say: it is
    • that they were as I have described them. For in the
    • consciousness of Peter, what I have now described was, in very
    • describe, shone forth. Peter, John and James were inevitably
    • body, before the Mystery of Golgotha? This can be described in
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • to the Christ Being, we must conceive the event described as
    • the effrontery to describe the Raising of Lazarus as having
    • life been as Renan describes it! But in times to come it will
    • feel anguish like a man. This is also described in the other
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • — the child who is described at the beginning of
    • was sitting among the learned doctors and scribes, amazing them
    • among the learned scribes. Those around Jesus of Nazareth
    • scribes who came to the house. To begin with, in the house at
    • those years. What he heard from the learned scribes assembled
    • scribes said many a time: “That sublime and mighty Spirit
    • scribes still believed it to be an inspiration from spiritual
    • inspiration among the Rabbis and the Scribes.
    • the occasion I have described. When Jesus of Nazareth had come
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the way that has been described.
    • from the scribes and doctors of the law. He also heard many
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    • so having turned our minds yesterday to the period described,
    • mother ... Hillel is described as a man of gentle and mild
    • telling her of the experience I described in the lecture
    • then there took place the event I have often described —
    • other Gods and acknowledge me! And Lucifer described all the
    • Christ Jesus was able to perform the deeds described in the
    • described. And so very soon a band of such disciples had
    • scribes speaking together to this effect: It would be possible,
    • getting to know our teachings, transcribed and carried them off
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    • Here, the four Platonic Virtues (described in The Republic)
    • describe in ordinary language. There is one virtue, as we shall
    • sense be learned. It is not easy to describe what its meaning for us
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • virtue can be called — though it is difficult to describe it
    • forces within the earthly forces. Countless legends describe this. The
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    • Here, the four Platonic Virtues (described in The Republic)
    • describe in ordinary language. There is one virtue, as we shall
    • sense be learned. It is not easy to describe what its meaning for us
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • virtue can be called — though it is difficult to describe it
    • forces within the earthly forces. Countless legends describe this. The
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    • admit that the method of cognition which Steiner describes is
    • transcribed for the use of the Movement. Later the
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    • thinking and freedom that I have described. It is no longer
    • When I describe these paths, I do so, of course, with the aid
    • knowledge that I shall choose two earlier ways, describe them,
    • self-awareness; it describes wonderfully, out of the deepest
    • I want to describe the principles underlying a way that was
    • that many people believe that what I am now going to describe
    • find the systematic exercises described in greater detail
    • up ordinary thinking in the way described. By doing so, we
    • exercises of the soul, described in the books I have named.
    • have tried today to describe to you a way that can be
    • sought to describe to you today by way of introduction. It does
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    • as I have described, you need not be in any way dependent
    • describe — and you will find that everything that is
    • shows us. This will be described more fully in the next few
    • “mind's eye” is opened in the way I have described
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    • manifest. What I have described to you, the awakening of
    • have now described to you many of the features that the modern
    • described as those gained from modern science — not just
    • find the way into the spiritual world which I described two
    • you try, in the manner I have described, to rise to a spiritual
    • organism from within, as I described the day before
    • temporal in the way I have described. But if by
    • described to you as a harmonious unity of religion, art
    • scientific thinking I have described today. In Soloviev,
    • that will have lively imaginal thinking as I have described it
    • course, this does not describe an actual state of affairs. It
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    • describe the features of the earth in accordance with the principles
    • can be described by a kind of spiritual geography —
    • Against what I have thus described as the spiritual geography
    • am about to describe.
    • spiritual world, as I have described; that we can see by means
    • prevails here; Burckhardt describes how men feel, what their
    • opinion here — by saying that Buckle describes man as he
    • eats and drinks, whilst Burckhardt describes man as he thinks
    • respects even the East European) describes man as he preaches
    • in the West, man is described as he eats and drinks (I say this
    • preaching and sacrificing is operative what I have described as
    • operates what I have described as the attitude of the
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    • to describe a real cosmology, a science of the origin and
    • can be described by saying: any view of life and the world that
    • there can in turn arise that other endeavour I have described
    • empty consciousness as I have described, advance further and
    • have tried to describe it in the last few days. In learning to
    • forgotten in the experiment I have described. Elsewhere in
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    • powers are specially adapted to the purposes I have described,
    • development of the soul such as I have described. Immediately,
    • as a human whole, in the way I have described. As a result, he
    • What does this achieve? Well, it is difficult to describe life
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    • described here in the last few days. A similar approach will be
    • old instinctive spiritual vision, as I have described in the
    • today describe the priestly hierarchies as ruling by teaching
    • described.
    • instincts, which they ascribed to the particular quality of the
    • ancient Oriental impulses I have described still operate in an
    • persisted whose features, if we described them without
    • the impulses I have described; Western economic systems have
    • have described. The ideas appropriate to the third current are
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    • When we describe Oriental-Greek man, with the dignity that gave
    • emphasized as significant when we come to describe the source
    • every side in the way I have described in the last few days.
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    • have described as the specific force of modern times. Our
    • frequently happens — that people have described to the
    • creature of instinct. They describe to the working-man how
    • England. This has always been recognized and described.
    • been described in the last few days, and what has emerged in
    • life, on foundations such as I have described, combining the
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    • underground, the democratic attitude I have described was
    • has developed in recent times, and which I need not describe,
    • since it has been accurately described by many people. We can
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • described in
    • described.
    • Century in the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described
    • even if it cannot be described with the exactitude and precision of
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • described in
    • described.
    • Century in the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described
    • even if it cannot be described with the exactitude and precision of
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • concentration described in
    • described.
    • the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described here was
    • first half of the 19th Century — even if it cannot be described
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • concentration described in
    • described.
    • the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described here was
    • first half of the 19th Century — even if it cannot be described
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • To begin with, if we wish to describe briefly the changes which
    • he is very easily inclined to ascribe it to sickness or
    • Now, as we are dealing with the physical body, we must describe
    • described as the perfecting, the regeneration of the physical
    • shall describe it from a different point of view later on in
    • people simply describe by saying, ‘Oh! but it is so
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • taken, this is felt — as was described in the last
    • the blood. And the whole of this organism just described, which
    • However, in a more limited sense, what we have to describe as
    • of himself — as has been described even in exoteric
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • memory cease to be strongly active which may be described as
    • exercises described in the second part of my book,
    • remembrances; but if, in the manner just described, we
    • described — for instance, with a book — then, when
    • looks back at something he has done, as in the case described
    • describer. Men like Tacitus, for instance, were at the
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • Occultism teaches us that what I have just described had taken
    • would really describe all the various conditions on the Moon;
    • something that may be described as the melancholy of his head,
    • founded in the etheric body and described in the last lecture,
    • all thought to cease, in the manner described in the second
    • human soul which may be described by saying — I beg you
    • — this is pictorially described — as streams, but
    • What I have just described gradually develops into a very
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • or, shall we say, Theosophy; so that what is described is
    • describe the ordinary life in words belonging to the higher
    • what was described in the last lecture, viz., that the
    • under the self-control we have just described. Regarding a
    • between thinking and feeling, in the manner just described. The
    • etheric world, as has been described, on the border between
    • takes place — as we have described — between wisdom
    • a changing of the breathing-processes, will describe certain
    • him. He describes them in such a way that many people may think
    • first most elementary way in the manner described what the
    • manifesting in the manner described. They have placed these
    • that has just been described as something which appears in
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • were described in the last lecture, to be no longer quite at
    • trying to describe the standpoint of the human being, when with
    • showing various currents which we will describe more clearly
    • manner described at his physical body, as it lies embedded in
    • vision, which has been described as being exercised in a
    • described. What I behold does not now exist; it had to exist in
    • might now make the attempt to describe in a general way what
    • clairvoyantly in the way I have described, if we were suddenly
    • the physical body expand into the structure described. But the
    • finest, this we have described. All this symbolically
    • go back to the original Grail legend, where a meal is described
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • has primarily nothing to do with what has been described as the
    • astral body may be described as an egotist. The consequence of
    • Bishop, Faustinus — for it is he whom I have described.
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • more difficult to describe them. For the experience in these
    • astral body and self; therefore, when we describe these things,
    • powerful imagination as that which has been described as the
    • the two different directions described in the last lecture; he
    • to describe the Guardian of the Threshold as to describe the
    • magnetic forces just described, and as he confronts the
    • and there comes about what in Occultism is described as: not
    • occult conditions; yet the endeavour shall be made to describe
    • describe is again a typical experience, like that of the
    • when such a thing is described, we can understand it, if we
    • described, as far as is possible, from vision itself.
    • just been described as icy solitude, this feeling becomes a
    • the experience which I have just described does not stand
    • alone, but is followed by another. I have described the purely
    • has just been described. If the writer of the story of Cain and
    • Abel had been able to describe what took place with man before
    • would have described the first experience, the upper one (on
    • describes its reflection; for Cain felt in this manner towards
    • described to you as the first, the pre-earthly imagination, as
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • impression leading to what we have described as the
    • appeared outspread in the manner described; but at that time,
    • consciousness in the way we have described, are different from
    • on the ancient Moon. We have described it as personal selfhood,
    • manner we have described; these incorrect imaginings then act
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    • spiritual development. He goes on to describe how we develop an inner
    • to attain to the experience we have just described. This is
    • the process which I have described in its most extreme
    • the above I have briefly described what is presented to another
    • sums up what I have described at length in these lectures. I
    • you find described in my book,
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    • was not to be ascribed to the Sun, the 2nd incarnation of the
    • Earth, but has to be ascribed to the present Sun,
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    • was not to be ascribed to the Sun, the 2nd incarnation of the
    • Earth, but has to be ascribed to the present Sun,
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • rightly be described as disappointed.
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    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • rightly be described as disappointed.
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    • work, Faust. The Faust legend allegorically describes the development
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    • shall choose a feeling many of you know, which can be described by
    • of it at a time when it still had a certain freshness. He describes
    • describe the external as the exoteric and the other as the esoteric.
    • knowledge — we merely describe them
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    • point of view just described. It is not my task here to speak for or
    • But a certain importance is ascribed even to them. You know
    • describes in his ‘Westöstlichen
    • thing itself, where the essence of it, and what one cannot describe
    • become accomplished fact. And that which one cannot describe, that
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    • on his whole life, and once more sat down and described Faust's
    • Frankfort in a frame of mind which can be described in the
    • was described at the beginning of to-day's lecture. We see a man
    • soul, that he could truthfully describe them. When he stood before
    • find that what is described by Goethe, can be really experienced by
    • describes that into which Faust must go as a ‘nothing,’
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    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • initiation, described yesterday, was opened by a particular event.
    • He read a passage in Plutarch, where is described how the
    • is described in the subsequent scenes shows him to be really the
    • we see around us, which the ordinary abstractionist describes only
    • imagines he has done everything when he describes the externals.
    • deep into Goethe's heart, as he now describes what happens next.
    • he describes as a ‘hideous worm.’ When a soul has given
    • Goethe tells in his poem that he has inscribed as
    • cannot be described in terms of the former. Material words are
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    • describe by saying: I walk, the ancient Oriental would have
    • described by saying: Mercury was working in that person.
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    • described, a high spiritual conception of things, their
    • described to you, man stood in an altogether different relation
    • young people, such as I have described, suffered from its own
    • Mysteries, we find we have to describe it in the following way.
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    • described, five great successive epochs of civilisation,
    • is but an echo of what we should have to describe, if we wanted
    • then, as we have described in an earlier lecture, a memory that
    • to-day I will set before you the events that I described
    • human existence which I have just described, we find him at
    • described in my
    • that modern physics describes. The Moon is, before all, the
    • that I described, but instead in a somewhat uncertain way, he
    • described and who together bring to expression the mental and
    • incarnation that we have described they were unable just
    • the way I have described. Each single human being felt himself
    • described it for the Platonic teaching in my book
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    • must describe what happened in the picture-language that can
    • Once more, I can only describe these things in bare outline.
    • fluid element — which I described yesterday as a
    • beginning of the 13th century wishing to describe the campaigns
    • consciousness: ‘To describe what took place once upon a
    • describe the prosaic Earth as the environment of these events;
    • no, to describe them worthily we must include with the prosaic
    • described — the entry of the Nature-elemental kingdoms,
    • start from the campaigns of Alexander in order to describe what
    • shall have yet to describe, with the radiation of the Hibernian
    • experience. I might describe it in outline somewhat as follows.
    • have described to you able to perceive a difference between the
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    • described him for you as he was in the Gilgamesh time; and now
    • Mysteries in the Gilgamesh time, as I have described to you. We
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    • I had to describe the different worlds that come under consideration
    • for man. I described them as the physical world; a transition world
    • Herodotus describes the facts of history in an external way, he
    • the very first lectures of this course, when I described the
    • have often described as the Age of Michael. To-day I want to
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    • period from the 15th century until now may be described as an
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    • describe how thought and influence streamed down from the
    • the manner I have described, — among all the words in
    • below in the physical life of men. We can already describe how
    • difficult than the access to the Holy Graal, as described in
    • a civilisation as I have just described to you. We stand here
    • have described, although the memory can only be created in the
    • him. He beheld inscribed into the flames: The Jealousy of the
    • inscribed in the flames another word: The Jealousy of Man. In
    • manner I have described to you.
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    • things are not, after all, as I have described.
    • glimpse into the spiritual world such as I have described may
    • the spiritual world can be described. Here there must be a
    • scientific thoughts of to-day which, as I have described, lead
    • scene that I have described to you — the scene that is so
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    • life. They ascribe the trouble to all sorts of things,
    • have minutely described what I might call the technique of such
    • may be described as follows: When we call to mind only
    • way I have described, we finally come to the point where we
    • from the one described before. You see, in ordinary
    • content of the tableau, as I have described it, attained by
    • describe for you must be done in the same way that the
    • spirit-knowledge; and I can describe it somewhat as follows:
    • all that we know of the sense-world. We use this to describe
    • This is the way to describe the spiritual world. I have
    • described it in this way in my book “Theosophy” and
    • described as the etheric world, where one flows together with
    • described it, events appear that have not existed in the
    • already described, I have called attention to the necessity of
    • who has come in the way described first to the invigoration of
    • described. Love must be intensified, And when this love is
    • earth-life, in the way described, that it is the eternal in the
    • of knowledge which will lead to the vision I have described to
    • described can be understood by anyone with good common
    • not described very well today will be described better and
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    • life. They ascribe the trouble to all sorts of things,
    • have minutely described what I might call the technique of such
    • may be described as follows: When we call to mind only
    • way I have described, we finally come to the point where we
    • from the one described before. You see, in ordinary
    • content of the tableau, as I have described it, attained by
    • describe for you must be done in the same way that the
    • spirit-knowledge; and I can describe it somewhat as follows:
    • all that we know of the sense-world. We use this to describe
    • This is the way to describe the spiritual world. I have
    • described it in this way in my book “Theosophy” and
    • described as the etheric world, where one flows together with
    • described it, events appear that have not existed in the
    • already described, I have called attention to the necessity of
    • who has come in the way described first to the invigoration of
    • described. Love must be intensified, And when this love is
    • earth-life, in the way described, that it is the eternal in the
    • of knowledge which will lead to the vision I have described to
    • described can be understood by anyone with good common
    • not described very well today will be described better and
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • through those exercises which you can find described in my various
    • described as a delusion of life; after the Mystery of Golgotha it
    • describe the views of Bentham as Utilitarianism even in a deeper
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • through those exercises which you can find described in my various
    • described as a delusion of life; after the Mystery of Golgotha it
    • describe the views of Bentham as Utilitarianism even in a deeper
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    • to him to describe what thus goes outside reality, when he
    • described from the most varied aspects. Then the experiences
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    • described from the most varied aspects. Then the experiences
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • the way described and in the beings in them. We send our
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    • the way described and in the beings in them. We send our
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    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • described as apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway,
    • to describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • described as human love accompanied by human understanding.
    • often described by saying: There are people in Berlin who eat
    • one side, and they get the physicians to prescribe a
    • this direction, then will appear what I can only describe in
    • was often described by the Greeks in the words: “All
    • describes as faith. Faith, wonder and amazement are the three
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • described as apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway,
    • to describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • described as human love accompanied by human understanding.
    • often described by saying: There are people in Berlin who eat
    • one side, and they get the physicians to prescribe a
    • this direction, then will appear what I can only describe in
    • was often described by the Greeks in the words: “All
    • describes as faith. Faith, wonder and amazement are the three
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • to an extent that can hardly be ascribed to any other
    • occult aspects of the life of the soul and knew how to describe
    • An Intermaxillary Bone Is to Be Ascribed to Man as Well as
    • previously described the limitations of a knowledge of nature
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    • see that a clearly prescribed karma leads the boy of six or
    • Leipzig? We may describe it as a complete loosening of the
    • with which he described his life to us, to find fault with it
    • isolation that I have described in reference to Goethe, those
    • his mind when he describes his life in Weimar, where he engages
    • can describe perfectly well, and even in pretty verses, how a
    • great world conception, ascribed by Goethe to Faust! Only
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    • only part of anything we describe. We always need to seek light
    • reality already described. Here it must be stated that,
    • just suppose that what I have described regarding Goethe
    • external world occurs as has been described, it makes itself
    • this he also needed what I described yesterday as the time of
    • with human life; it may be described somewhat as follows. We
    • also be able to describe them. But this would have a grave
    • were so conscious that they could describe everything in their
    • environment, if they would really describe experiences, for
    • I have described. Just imagine, however, that all those who in
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    • about as described and was disappearing during the fourth
    • an individual creates in his vocation, as I have described, was
    • accessible to the kind of influence that I have just described.
    • described.
    • possible to describe truly what many people are today
    • external sphere as we have described it. To follow this line of
    • age will emerge from what we may describe as our own time's
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    • Aesthetics, and describes with loving devotion the life
    • After he has built a bridge, which is again described in a
    • life. Now we have described a case that shows us how karma is
    • it may be accelerated as in the case described by Eyth, or it
    • happened; I only wish to describe it to you. So, the most
    • this man described in a remarkable way what he had observed in
    • previously described. For a number of years he belonged to the
    • can describe this. He can show how this character passed
    • similar to those I have just described. But the defendent in
    • judge is exceedingly well described in this story. He had not
    • writer I previously described; I introduced him only as an
    • described well the very nerve of the fifth post-Atlantean
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    • time lie those processes I have often described in mere
    • differently. The Western thinker describes this perspective of
    • have described, to prevent human beings from attaining clarity
    • era. Ku Hung Ming describes it clearly. Mill and Herzen
    • described the way that will be taken by a European culture
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    • science. Young Steffen describes a little of what can be
    • it describes much of what pulses today in life. So this Arthur
    • describes a fragment from that part of his life when
    • science, describes this life well is because he has an eye for
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    • seem, you will find that they describe nothing but an angel,
    • we might well desire to describe what arises in connection with
    • to false paths that I will not, cannot, describe today, but
    • to oppose this egoistic representation when we describe the
    • suggested would have to be described if we should wish to
    • a dark picture, described in a remarkable fashion, of our immediate
    • present. Such false paths as are there described are connected
    • described. In later times this power was no longer present. But
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    • has been described.
    • this is often described even among theosophists, generally
    • find described in my
    • described as something actually hostile to man. The truth is
    • subscribes to the belief that the dissemination of the
    • found because the deceased son points to it and describes it,
    • described in the most detailed manner how this bridge to his
    • I previously described to you. But now let me ask you to look
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    • recognise the spirit it cannot ascribe to it either duration
    • or eternity so it ascribes eternity to its little idol, the
    • eternity. Because all that I have described to you is so,
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    • so simple that we can describe what can thus easily be lifted
    • are to understand the important things now to be described,
    • secondly, everything described in
    • described. (see below on left of diagram.) That would
    • Philostratus. And Philostratus describes him in such a way
    • Vespasian and Titus; and Philostratus describes him. Bauer
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    • that point of time described in these lectures, the time at
    • if the physical man is described this is done by saying that
    • can describe this in the same way — only then you must
    • green area. Wishes, we should ascribe to the sphere of what
    • with the spirit-land as you will find it described in
    • something of the greatest and can serve to describe man's
    • have often described this — that in ancient days men had
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    • Eurythmy, created and described by him as “visible speech
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    • arrives at his results. He has constantly to describe the path
    • Such examples he describes in great numbers, and others have
    • described, that these imaginations no longer arise out of the
    • spiritual world as I have described. Irresponsible statements
    • science of spirit a lot of nonsense. It is described there from
    • what is described there as moral fantasy is a part of what
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    • significant for human evolution. Lamprecht describes various
    • describes the quite wrong attitude taken by those living in the
    • the forests. And then he describes how the three most important
    • because he himself described it to me on many occasions.
    • Wilson could offer no greater proof of what he described as
    • history, but he described all the forces, which he did
    • have previously described this as imaginative knowledge,
    • rather big leap because I have still to describe further
    • describe, and which reaches back thousands of years. At that
    • naturally takes part in the various epochs I have described. He
    • history will be described in such a way that we confront
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    • even contemporary witnesses have described the scene —
    • I have often described the main essentials that have to be
    • and concentration are described in the books mentioned above),
    • What I have described here about ordinary life, where it
    • of such exercises as have been described brings about a quite
    • to because it describes something that has a shattering effect
    • to train the powers of the soul in the way I have described.
    • everything. And they described the moment when the soul can
    • that it has been transformed in the way I have described, we
    • described as leading to this significant experience. Only in
    • following the exercises described in my book Knowledge of
    • order to describe this I must refer to our experience in
    • no purpose to describe this further here — and that even
    • do the exercises that have been described. But before we can
    • experience I described as the approach of the scientist of
    • spirit to the gate of death. This one can be described as
    • person who undertakes the exercises described knows that the
    • nevertheless like to describe it as exactly as possible. It
    • following this path I have described, the scientist of spirit
    • When these two factors I have described are united, they become
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    • religious endeavors in the way that I will describe this
    • error which can arise. For I will now describe the ways
    • supersensory worlds. I will have to describe much that is
    • Attainment,” and in other books as well, I have described
    • these methods and exercises. Today I will describe the
    • following way. What I have to describe will appear simple,
    • achieved through practice; I have described particular
    • carried out in the way I have described. If a man really
    • anthroposophical knowledge is described. And then, when in this
    • what is meant by the great picture of our lives described here,
    • have described as an enhanced power of thought, which is
    • been described. It is necessary to observe that although one
    • life, which I have described, after it has been present to the
    • in a life picture, as I have described. One must be entirely
    • simply what I myself describe. — A terminology is
    • describe the matter in principle.
    • two regions I have described, the thought of intention and the
    • in abstract thought when we wish to describe anything about the
    • nature. Something now happens which again I can only describe
    • that has been described. The whole of nature then becomes
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    • Colors.” Here he describes so beautifully what the human
    • kind of meditation normally described and which is nothing more
    • and described in my books for the cultivation of the mind, we
    • describe it, because I do not want to speak about the
    • be described here. We have a mood or feeling of expectancy; we
    • such as I have just described, we know that we do not have only
    • described. We now know that we have something in ourselves in
    • similar to the development of the mind that I have described.
    • various exercises that are described, and it becomes
    • etheric body, in the way I have described.
    • — as Eduard von Hartmann describes it — comes to
    • described.
    • ways described above. And this can be proved by what has
    • as I have described as awakening as if out of our everyday
    • described in its first beginnings, when systematically carried
    • soul in the way that it has been described. Just as we grow
    • into the spiritual world, as I have described. But the
    • This is precisely what I have described today! Of course, this
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    • he may be able to describe what he sees, he will not be able to
    • described here and which cannot possibly be explained in
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    • previous development. You find this evolution described In my
    • for the whole of humanity. You will find such things described
    • although from a far distance.” And now he described
    • I have just described. Books are written, form instance, much
    • differentiations as I have described. Therefore it is
    • and that is how natural investigators describe them. Thus we
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    • the most desirable future, which they always describe as a
    • described from a certain point of view in the last lecture as
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    • and frequently enough described by me.
    • can only describe what is in my heart by saying that,
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    • which I have often described.
    • heart which I could describe by saying that, this Waldorf
    • years that facts which have been described should have been
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    • territorial consciousness already described.
    • have described is a reality, even if men to-day know nothing
    • “mystical” training as they describe it. Now that
    • are today — which there is no need for me to describe any
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    • describe is experienced in advance by the artist; he
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    • of the seer in connection with art can be described
    • created by the sculptor. Thus, it is possible to describe the
    • just described. To begin with, as we have heard, this new
    • the processes described above. When the balance is very
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    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • described as apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway,
    • to describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • described as human love accompanied by human understanding.
    • often described by saying: There are people in Berlin who eat
    • one side, and they get the physicians to prescribe a
    • this direction, then will appear what I can only describe in
    • was often described by the Greeks in the words: “All
    • describes as faith. Faith, wonder and amazement are the three
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • — in the sense in which I have described it here —
    • described had happened, nevertheless at the time of the Mystery
    • a far stronger force than the one which only ascribes to itself
    • described in
    • Supper as it is described in the Bible — has naturally no
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    • other men, as all the beings who have just been described
    • you find so beautifully described in the Bible. And so,
    • described as the history of Christian development is a
    • pointed out and described where those personalities had sat who
    • mediation to assure him that the Christ existed. He described
    • He described Him as something like a leader of a
    • described as vassals of a Germanic prince. All the external
    • this writer of the Heliand poem we have been able to describe
    • centuries of Christendom just described the power of judgment
    • That is to say, we describe how upon Saturn man's
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    • describe to us on the basis of your active guidance.
    • moves as in the described example into the center of his
    • reveals, but in that which I can only describe as the deep
    • described, and from the deep silence of the soul he meets the
    • stage of his super-sensible cognition, as I have described it,
    • described earlier, where you feel that the time-body is already
    • are described in detail in the books mentioned — you
    • can describe higher knowledge as being born out of desire! It
    • he will have what I have described as a higher knowledge
    • yes — we have lost along the way, as I have described.
    • after he gives an account of his method, as I have described
    • to describe tomorrow. Today I wanted only to evoke the idea of
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    • are found as they are described in Sinnett's book. However, such
    • the world views are different which are described according to the own
    • What our generally accepted psychology describes as soul is not what
    • To understand some living thing and to describe
    • especially important. You find this point described in Jean Paul's
    • of psychology only describes what I have called the soul-body, or it
    • still describes the external expression of the soul-life at most, but
    • Thus we have described the
    • necessary to get a correct view of that which I have described just
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    • Why should we not be able to describe the qualities of an ink-pot? But
    • the species. If we describe a dog, a lion, then our description applies
    • concerning the generic : if we describe the human being as a species,
    • we describe him in such a way, as we describe the lion species, the
    • in the Christian what Tolstoy describes as a mood in the human soul
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    • (Emil Z., 1840–1902, writer). How stupendously he describes the human
    • in immorality et etcetera Zola describes all these different configurations
    • of life, and all naturalists describe the same basically. They do not
    • possibly of the soldier type which he described in his War and Peace
    • something else. He can describe the soldier, the official, the human
    • the ancient Indian culture up to ours, this development is exactly described
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    • Before I describe the destinies
    • between death and a new birth, I want to describe this group of soul
    • Spinoza (Baruch S., 1630–1647, Jewish-Dutch philosopher) describes
    • that which tends to the only sensuous-material. We will have to describe
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    • which I have described eight days ago as an astral, as a soul world
    • want to describe the totally different worlds to which we ascend. Hence,
    • I must make use to describe it to you. This land is constantly around
    • aura attaches itself as we have described it last time. In the spirit-land
    • of the spirit-land which I have described now. If the seer ascends to
    • to emphasise that it concerns states of consciousness what I have described,
    • no longer approach us from without. The seer can describe this because
    • world. I have described last time what flames up in the astral world.
    • the states between death and a new birth which I have described to you.
    • being experiences what I have described as “all-encompassing life”.
    • described this bliss as the heavenly salvation. Hence, devachan also
    • words with which I have described this region could be only approximate,
    • I tried to describe as faithfully, as accurately as possible. These
    • at these higher worlds. The mystic describes not only what he sees in
    • them, but he is already allowed to describe also how the human being
    • those who first hear something of the described region of the devachan
    • of the coloured and sounding world describe it in the most shining colours
    • and describe the sounds, which penetrate to their spiritual ear, in
    • what sounds by the senses, and then he describes the impression of the
    • Pilgrim (1657/1674) described the sensation and the whole being
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    • to himself to describe the relation of the modern cultural life to the
    • all, you find it described out of the spirit of the Eleusinian mysteries
    • Edouard Schuré (1841–1929, French esoteric) not only described
    • Antichrist where he describes the ghost, the criticism of Christianity,
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    • the same way as I have described it to you. They attained them because
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    • the words of the Prologue in Heaven Goethe describes the world
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    • describes this as a spiritual human being who experiences the spirit
    • there aimlessly. Hence, the modern psychologist describes a real chaos
    • natural sciences describe to us. This psycho-spiritual nature is, actually,
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    • described this whole way with its intimate secrets in his fairy tale
    • which lives in the soul of the mystic, we find the language to describe
    • To understand some living thing and to describe it,
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    • no longer in its physical one. Here conditions are described that the
    • the soul path. This is described in the fairy tale; when the human being
    • The initiation is now described: “With the first word the golden
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    • to describe it somewhat clearer.
    • as I have described it, was similar in the pre-Lemurian time. But it
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    • which I have already described occasionally, that cloud-like formation
    • of which I have spoken last time, when I described the origin of the
    • As well as I have now described
    • age. I have described last time what one has to understand by the Atlantean
    • have now described refers to the astral body. This is organised thoroughly
    • what I have described to you as the origin of the earth and the human
    • in these explanations. What has been described with it is still abstruse
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    • personality and to describe it as a hollow one as he does it brilliantly
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    • about the origin of the human being where we as theosophists ascribed
    • I have described. We follow up the process as it represents itself to
    • describe today that a vision rose in him. A world in his soul answered
    • described forms soon; and the principal race which follows ours has
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    • Schiller describes this society where the human beings live together
    • principle. In Wallenstein he describes the big destiny which crushes
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    • was often described. Up to the
    • experienced it herself, she described the beauty of creation
    • been described to her; she had gained inner strength and
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    • clearly describes how Faust makes a slight cut in his left
    • described in exact terms by means of modern spiritual
    • of scientists believes that sensation should be ascribed also
    • ” What is here described is of immense significance,
    • kind of sentient life just described. But a person's
    • describe these complicated processes. The pictures of the
    • nation the world over describes a significant moment in
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    • scientists fail to understand sensation and ascribe it to
    • as well ascribe sensation to blue litmus paper that turns red
    • why thoughtful people ascribe such a significant role to
    • As mentioned, a modern natural scientist describes the
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    • and is best described as a sum of forces or currents of
    • fantastic for a person who can see to describe colors to a
    • the I am” the soul ascribes to itself.
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    • describes the stages through which a human being evolves from
    • sea. Plato describes it in the Timaeus and Critias,
    • that of the child. Processes of nature must be described in
    • external aspects are described. But a seed contains not only
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
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    • described as the essence or extract of the former physical
    • described cannot unfold. We find instead what is called the
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    • been developed through certain strictly circumscribed
    • Bringing rhythm into life, this is also described as
    • shall describe as a conversation which, however, never took
    • the ordinary breath, just described, shows how necessary the
    • is that an inspired genius describes in the Old Testament. An
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