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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • events. The primeval heathen or pagan wisdom in its totality was not
    • weighty fact, through an event which took place far over in Asia at
    • the Event of Golgotha an incarnation of the super-sensible Christ Being
    • trend of modern theology. Of the super-sensible element of the Event of
    • outwardly contradict one another, and this has so far prevented the
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    • events. The primeval heathen or pagan wisdom in its totality was not
    • weighty fact, through an event which took place far over in Asia at
    • the Event of Golgotha an incarnation of the super-sensible Christ Being
    • trend of modern theology. Of the super-sensible element of the Event of
    • outwardly contradict one another, and this has so far prevented the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • How do memory and the power of recall actually confront us? Events
    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • concrete spiritual beings and events.
    • devoutly over to the stream of cosmic events, as he does in sleep. In
    • world and the pivotal event in man's evolutionary history, the Christ
    • Event.
    • Christ Event by every human soul willing to make the effort. What the
    • point of view, confirms what the Gospels relate. Through the Event on
    • shattering events in his soul life which he has experienced
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    • How do memory and the power of recall actually confront us? Events
    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • concrete spiritual beings and events.
    • devoutly over to the stream of cosmic events, as he does in sleep. In
    • world and the pivotal event in man's evolutionary history, the Christ
    • Event.
    • Christ Event by every human soul willing to make the effort. What the
    • point of view, confirms what the Gospels relate. Through the Event on
    • shattering events in his soul life which he has experienced
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • Indeed, the events which take place during the long span of life
    • the events which take place between birth and death; yet we are only
    • events. Indeed, the danger threatening humanity upon the earth is that
    • possible events, not only the world of physical happenings.
    • full of contents are, events which take place in the super-sensible
    • life. When illnesses arise, these are physical events, but they are
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    • Indeed, the events which take place during the long span of life
    • the events which take place between birth and death; yet we are only
    • events. Indeed, the danger threatening humanity upon the earth is that
    • possible events, not only the world of physical happenings.
    • full of contents are, events which take place in the super-sensible
    • life. When illnesses arise, these are physical events, but they are
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • eventually evolve is always there, in the great universe. The
    • note concerning an important event in the evolution of man kind, the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • external events, in them all is expressed something, everlasting,
  • 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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    • eighth or seventh century before the Mystery of Golgotha, all human
    • and fill it with life? Truly he who described the Christ-Event for the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • administration of the community, and a seventh He set aside to speak
    • of this earth and has been attached to it since that Event. He
    • prevented such a strict separation as we find in Sankhya philosophy
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • or in some such way; at all events the difference is apparent. Upon noticing
    • can be undertaken and information as to the events and beings there obtained.
    • and that does not portray any external fact or event.
    • he knows how the spiritual events will be made manifest, and he ascends into
    • events there have grown dim. But it will be clear to anyone who does not
    • the Christ? Simply and solely as a consequence of the event of Damascus,
    • — although he was crucified — lives; the event of Damascus reveals
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    • or in some such way; at all events the difference is apparent. Upon noticing
    • can be undertaken and information as to the events and beings there obtained.
    • and that does not portray any external fact or event.
    • he knows how the spiritual events will be made manifest, and he ascends into
    • events there have grown dim. But it will be clear to anyone who does not
    • the Christ? Simply and solely as a consequence of the event of Damascus,
    • — although he was crucified — lives; the event of Damascus reveals
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • everything will eventually become a kind of slag-heap in the universe.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
    • are given over to the concatenations of things and events in the
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • III. The Path to Freedom and Love and Their Significance in World-Events
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the events surrounding World War I. Steiner sees a parallel between
    • prevented the war?” This question seems to contradict
    • England, could have prevented the war, Steiner simply deals with
    • Regarding the possibility of preventing the war, a glance at the major
    • Russia, did nothing to prevent the war because she did not attempt to
    • Sir Edward Grey, could have prevented the war if he had taken earlier
    • who had legitimate authority to make decisions. Eventually, the
    • these three powers could have prevented the war but that, as Rudolf
    • done elsewhere — two events in the annals of man's evolution that
    • You will remember an important event from history when Constantine,
    • Another historical event was the struggle between France and England.
    • becoming increasingly rare and will eventually disappear. Yet one
    • accustomed to call history. As a rule, the external events that are
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • altruistic motives; seventeen percent because they aspired to ethical
    • eventually bring to light the full content of the mystery, Christ in
    • to experience it in their own souls. To experience the Christ event
    • thinks that everything is viewed as a completed event, while Central
    • European man demands that everyone experience the Christ event again
    • only at historical events, but that we should experience the Christ
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    • to the events surrounding World War I. Steiner sees a parallel between
    • prevented the war?” This question seems to contradict
    • England, could have prevented the war, Steiner simply deals with
    • Regarding the possibility of preventing the war, a glance at the major
    • Russia, did nothing to prevent the war because she did not attempt to
    • Sir Edward Grey, could have prevented the war if he had taken earlier
    • who had legitimate authority to make decisions. Eventually, the
    • these three powers could have prevented the war but that, as Rudolf
    • done elsewhere — two events in the annals of man's evolution that
    • You will remember an important event from history when Constantine,
    • Another historical event was the struggle between France and England.
    • becoming increasingly rare and will eventually disappear. Yet one
    • accustomed to call history. As a rule, the external events that are
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • altruistic motives; seventeen percent because they aspired to ethical
    • eventually bring to light the full content of the mystery, Christ in
    • to experience it in their own souls. To experience the Christ event
    • thinks that everything is viewed as a completed event, while Central
    • European man demands that everyone experience the Christ event again
    • only at historical events, but that we should experience the Christ
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • reflection can lead to no good, because it prevents such people from
    • future. Thus we regard the Coming of Christ as the event of supreme
    • Why must the Christ Event be given this place at the very centre of
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years the etheric body, from the
    • Man will eventually ascend to higher spheres with his personality. But
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
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    • reflection can lead to no good, because it prevents such people from
    • future. Thus we regard the Coming of Christ as the event of supreme
    • Why must the Christ Event be given this place at the very centre of
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years the etheric body, from the
    • Man will eventually ascend to higher spheres with his personality. But
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • has been designated Manas; and in the last, the seventh post-Atlantean
    • and seventh principles during the Earth evolution, but his fifth,
    • sixth and seventh principles will not be his direct possession during
    • speak of beings who during that time should have reached their seventh
    • Earth evolution come to the seventh principle — that is, not to
    • seventh principles, but had turned aside from such development; who
    • what for them would be fifth, sixth and seventh principles, of which
    • reached their seventh principle; but these Luciferic beings did not do
    • because they did not anticipate the fifth, sixth and seventh
    • and seventh principles. Let us keep in mind this one class, who as
    • their sixth principle but not their seventh. There were such at the
    • develop their seventh on the earth. They expected that of the Earth
    • and the Luciferic beings who would evolve their seventh. We shall
    • a seventh principle, could not get physical bodies for themselves. For
    • such a way that they will be enabled to form their sixth or seventh
    • they were to form their sixth or seventh principle, and man only his
    • evolve their sixth principle, are now already forming their seventh,
    • possessed by Luciferic spirits who are evolving their seventh
    • developing their sixth, or are already evolving their seventh, while
    • its course He would not have a fifth, sixth and seventh principle as
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    • has been designated Manas; and in the last, the seventh post-Atlantean
    • and seventh principles during the Earth evolution, but his fifth,
    • sixth and seventh principles will not be his direct possession during
    • speak of beings who during that time should have reached their seventh
    • Earth evolution come to the seventh principle — that is, not to
    • seventh principles, but had turned aside from such development; who
    • what for them would be fifth, sixth and seventh principles, of which
    • reached their seventh principle; but these Luciferic beings did not do
    • because they did not anticipate the fifth, sixth and seventh
    • and seventh principles. Let us keep in mind this one class, who as
    • their sixth principle but not their seventh. There were such at the
    • develop their seventh on the earth. They expected that of the Earth
    • and the Luciferic beings who would evolve their seventh. We shall
    • a seventh principle, could not get physical bodies for themselves. For
    • such a way that they will be enabled to form their sixth or seventh
    • they were to form their sixth or seventh principle, and man only his
    • evolve their sixth principle, are now already forming their seventh,
    • possessed by Luciferic spirits who are evolving their seventh
    • developing their sixth, or are already evolving their seventh, while
    • its course He would not have a fifth, sixth and seventh principle as
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  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • without being amazed. There are innumerable events of this kind. And
    • what sort of events are they?
    • these events may mean in the outer world. We may have done something,
    • wonder even at such simple events, this likewise presupposes that at
    • This is an unhealthy state and prevents us from falling asleep. It
    • insignificant beetle or worm, just as much as at the greatest events
    • themselves for these events, which will be experienced in time by all
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • without being amazed. There are innumerable events of this kind. And
    • what sort of events are they?
    • these events may mean in the outer world. We may have done something,
    • wonder even at such simple events, this likewise presupposes that at
    • This is an unhealthy state and prevents us from falling asleep. It
    • insignificant beetle or worm, just as much as at the greatest events
    • themselves for these events, which will be experienced in time by all
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • really must be pointed out, in order to prevent people from being
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • event. It looks as though reason must simply let it go at that,
    • would not be able to bring himself to say of some event: “I can
    • events are causes and, as such, bring consequences, we can expect to
    • the peculiar course of events, “abnormal” conditions —
    • as common parlance would express it. But those who observe events from
    • must learn to speak of events in the life of humanity as though the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • into the ninth, tenth and eleventh centuries, the Folk-Soul became
    • that up to the seventh year the development of the physical body is of
    • catastrophe. The period of life between the seventh and the fourteenth
    • is the development of the physical body up to the seventh year, of the
    • the Christ-Event has not still to take place, but that it has already
    • son of King Suddhodana became the Buddha. The event could only take
    • an event which took place once and once only in the evolution of
    • the inflow of the Spiritual and thus of the super-sensible Christ-Event
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • will its heights be reattained until the Seventh Post-Atlantean epoch
    • events and facts, but out of his feelings he is able to portray them
    • over the other events in the life of Christ, he paints “The
    • understand that it was alien to him to portray those events on Earth
    • (not events in the spiritual world) which took place after he was
    • painted fewer pictures of these particular events. When we look at the
    • pictures, we feel that all those which portray events subsequent to
    • able to prevent the materials from deteriorating. In another few
    • the walls, just as he was able to prevent other achievements from
    • rhythmic recurrence, the rhythmic return of events. I will quote one
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • destination; nevertheless he is sure of arriving eventually because he
    • shall eventually attain it, thereby reaching a further stage in
    • of the events in Palestine beginning with the Baptism in the Jordan,
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • important of all events in Earth-evolution takes place — the
    • Seventh epoch, before a stupendous catastrophe, the First epoch, that
    • eventually made its way into the West; evidences of such consciousness
    • prevented him from bringing to expression in the physical world.
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • The “Mystery of Golgotha,” as the essential Christ Event,
    • Christ Event will be an inner concern, inasmuch as the soul of man has
    • been so quickened by the first Christ Event that in days to come, the
    • a world-historical Event, made manifest for all humanity. What had in
    • Initiation, became a world-historical event, passed into the common
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • look up to the great events of the history of the world and its
    • seventh periods.
    • In the seventh period, ancient India will appear in a new form. We
    • first culture later recrudesces in a new form in the seventh period.
    • appear in the seventh period. The division in the first period was
    • effected by authority, but in the seventh period men will group
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • The Reflection of Cosmic Events
    • the seventh; how the Persian culture will repeat itself in the sixth;
    • seventh culture of the fifth epoch will find its conclusion. These are
    • itself in the seventh, the third in the fifth, etc., it is easy to let
    • itself to the seer who can direct his spiritual gaze to the events of
    • How should one conceive this cosmic event of the separation of the sun
    • So we see how the epochs of cosmic events find their symbolical
    • Post-Atlantean time. Today we have seen how cosmic events are
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    • showed something like a mirror-picture of the events that, in the
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    • important event in the inner life, in the real spiritual life of man.
    • grasped as Brahman. This was a mighty event in the human soul. It was
    • universe there occurs something similar to an event in our trivial
    • through pictures of higher spiritual events. This had no mere external
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    • clairvoyantly-perceived pictures, the relationships and events that
    • disregard the great cosmic events and direct our attention to what
    • behold these events externally, hence the description given here is
    • itself into light and air, the cosmic event became a symbolic picture
    • A mighty cosmic event is hidden in the Egyptian myth that allows
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • How could the cosmic event be better described in a picture? First,
    • event. The fourteen aspects of the moon are the fourteen pieces of the
    • of the moon. So we see, from the viewpoint of cosmic events, the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 7
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    • Evolutionary Events in the Human
    • what the pupil saw as a real event in the holy secrets of the mystery
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    • WE have become acquainted with significant events in the evolution of
    • these events occupied long periods. From the first moment when the
    • event in evolution when the Christ was still united with them in the
    • occurred through all these events. Four different elements, four
    • other on the earth. Over and over again we see that wonderful events
    • death. The memory of this event of primeval times was preserved in
    • description of real events in pictures. In the next lecture we shall
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • an event and fact of the physical plane. But in the science of the
    • birth, we must not imagine that the events of the Devachanic world are
    • has a wide significance. The event of Golgotha preserves man from
    • events in the moment of the baptism by John, and in the moment when
    • This is the event that occurred, and its meaning. We had to expound
    • events are the physiognomy for inner events; all these are historical
    • events. For the Greek neophyte the historical fact took place anew
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    • in the seventh period, the Persian in the sixth, the Egyptian in our
    • today we shall consider the mighty event of the Christ's appearance on
    • experienced during his initiation events that man otherwise
    • The initiation event may be briefly described, and it is the same for
    • physical plane. Today we shall see what significance the events of
    • activity, like the event of Golgotha and the baptism in Jordan, were
    • Golgotha, still other events were taking place in the spiritual world.
    • But what was this event of Golgotha? What was this event of a
    • they felt themselves to be victors over death. The event of Golgotha
    • times became, for once, an historical event: the conquering of death
    • ancient initiation. We feel this unique event entering into the world
    • through the event of Golgotha death was conquered in the physical
    • consequence of this event is a gift that can be brought out of the
    • spiritual were reaped in the physical. Now an event occurred in the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • low point became the point of departure for many significant events of
    • is an event that could occur only at the low point, when man had sunk
    • human conditions. All this was like a reflection of ancient events on
    • you can still recall the events of your earliest childhood. Probably
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Contents
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    • Lecture 2 ... The reflection of cosmic events in the religious views
    • Lecture 7 ... Evolutionary events in the human organism up to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • in uniting with it, constituted an Event of the greatest possible
    • events were rightly understood by those who came to His forerunner,
    • comprehend the event that has its beginning in the Twentieth Century:
    • this event is the appearance of the Christ as an Etheric Being in
    • themselves experience the event that took place at Damascus. But this
    • Oriental Mysticism was able to picture the consequences of that event
    • but to ensure that this development will eventually enable the
    • of these events must however be acquired during life in the physical
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    • in uniting with it, constituted an Event of the greatest possible
    • events were rightly understood by those who came to His forerunner,
    • comprehend the event that has its beginning in the Twentieth Century:
    • this event is the appearance of the Christ as an Etheric Being in
    • themselves experience the event that took place at Damascus. But this
    • Oriental Mysticism was able to picture the consequences of that event
    • but to ensure that this development will eventually enable the
    • of these events must however be acquired during life in the physical
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • important events of the present time. What I said then had also a
    • eighteen-seventies. This cultural sleep of the bourgeoisie could
    • of the seventh. And in the seventh epoch a little will be achieved of
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • important events of the present time. What I said then had also a
    • eighteen-seventies. This cultural sleep of the bourgeoisie could
    • of the seventh. And in the seventh epoch a little will be achieved of
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • about a number of events, or because we suffer as a result of pains that
    • by the necessity of events, he had to educate himself at an early age, he has
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • connection, we can fall prey to a delusion. The events that from childhood
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    • about a number of events, or because we suffer as a result of pains that
    • by the necessity of events, he had to educate himself at an early age, he has
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • connection, we can fall prey to a delusion. The events that from childhood
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Epistles. This greatest of earthly events was prepared for by three
    • in the Atlantean. Although these three preparatory events occurred in the
    • event in the first Atlantean epoch when, in supramundane spheres, the
    • second Christ event. We see in perspective for the future that the human
    • Atlantean evolution, the third Christ event occurred. Once more the
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • event? As if by furies, he would have been seized by his unruly desires,
    • the raging will brought forth. This was averted by the third Christ event
    • the dragon, are symbols of the third Christ event, when Christ ensouled
    • perceive, in reality, the third Christ event. The Greeks who in their
    • this human ego, through the fourth Christ event, the Mystery of Golgotha,
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    • Epistles. This greatest of earthly events was prepared for by three
    • in the Atlantean. Although these three preparatory events occurred in the
    • event in the first Atlantean epoch when, in supramundane spheres, the
    • second Christ event. We see in perspective for the future that the human
    • Atlantean evolution, the third Christ event occurred. Once more the
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • event? As if by furies, he would have been seized by his unruly desires,
    • the raging will brought forth. This was averted by the third Christ event
    • the dragon, are symbols of the third Christ event, when Christ ensouled
    • perceive, in reality, the third Christ event. The Greeks who in their
    • this human ego, through the fourth Christ event, the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • already buried. Eventually he was successful in having her body exhumed; and
    • Nature at work near it, to develop one-sidedly and is prevented from
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • already buried. Eventually he was successful in having her body exhumed; and
    • Nature at work near it, to develop one-sidedly and is prevented from
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    • remain right on into the seventh year — that is, until the change of
    • still quite recognizable. But with the seventh year — with the change
    • through the arteries that they eventually spread into the abdominal
    • human organization prevents it from reaching there. Hence these
    • that in the time when puberty occurs (naturally, the astral events
    • saying we mark a real event in the human inner being): from puberty
    • the event which happens openly with the change of teeth. We have our
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • remain right on into the seventh year — that is, until the change of
    • still quite recognizable. But with the seventh year — with the change
    • through the arteries that they eventually spread into the abdominal
    • human organization prevents it from reaching there. Hence these
    • that in the time when puberty occurs (naturally, the astral events
    • saying we mark a real event in the human inner being): from puberty
    • the event which happens openly with the change of teeth. We have our
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the natural course of events, riddles not arbitrarily presented but which are,
    • preparation of certain events below the surface, is to be prevented.
    • extinguished eventually. And then, save in the case of those directly
    • great fantasy of Laplace and Kant concerning the origin and eventual fate
    • which eventually becomes the earth, and as a densifying globe it passes
    • excrement of creation, the final form in which our earth would eventually be
    • preventing the sense man from becoming a decaying corpse at any moment. For
    • Let us begin by speaking of an event which establishes a certain connection
    • birth to the coming of the second teeth, that is, to the sixth or seventh
    • The evolutionary processes during the second life period from the seventh
    • about the seventh year, naturally, not in regard to the development
    • human body up to the seventh year, something not contained within the
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years in the rest of the body, apart from
    • even foolish. But then all the things, which science has eventually
    • begins, the “spiritual eye” does not behold events in the forms of
    • realm, while the corresponding events are occurring in the physical world.
    • Events perceptible by the senses, can as such, when they cannot enter
    • pure faith recognized by Thomas Aquinas are those relating to events
    • ordinary existence and which, like the events occurring in physical existence
    • through human communication, so can the events corresponding to the truths
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    • the natural course of events, riddles not arbitrarily presented but which are,
    • preparation of certain events below the surface, is to be prevented.
    • extinguished eventually. And then, save in the case of those directly
    • great fantasy of Laplace and Kant concerning the origin and eventual fate
    • which eventually becomes the earth, and as a densifying globe it passes
    • excrement of creation, the final form in which our earth would eventually be
    • preventing the sense man from becoming a decaying corpse at any moment. For
    • Let us begin by speaking of an event which establishes a certain connection
    • birth to the coming of the second teeth, that is, to the sixth or seventh
    • The evolutionary processes during the second life period from the seventh
    • about the seventh year, naturally, not in regard to the development
    • human body up to the seventh year, something not contained within the
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years in the rest of the body, apart from
    • even foolish. But then all the things, which science has eventually
    • begins, the “spiritual eye” does not behold events in the forms of
    • realm, while the corresponding events are occurring in the physical world.
    • Events perceptible by the senses, can as such, when they cannot enter
    • pure faith recognized by Thomas Aquinas are those relating to events
    • ordinary existence and which, like the events occurring in physical existence
    • through human communication, so can the events corresponding to the truths
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    • event, a sorrow or some mishap. You do need a mood, a certain feeling
    • sorrow or joy must have a cause and, in turn, can cause future events.
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    • event, a sorrow or some mishap. You do need a mood, a certain feeling
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    • are strongly prevented from doing so in the right way; finally
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    • are strongly prevented from doing so in the right way; finally
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    • event are derived from experiences of the soul in its life within the
    • of single events in nature is inadequate. It is recognized that the
    • their senses away from the external world and thus eventually to enter
    • inner being, whereby he could participate in the events of the cosmos
    • historical event.
    • the world as revelations, to be accepted in faith. In the event we are
    • earth poured itself out into the world. All the events through which
    • history of man on earth as well. Through this event humanity received
    • The Christ Event appears to the spiritual investigator in a special
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    • of single events in nature is inadequate. It is recognized that the
    • their senses away from the external world and thus eventually to enter
    • inner being, whereby he could participate in the events of the cosmos
    • historical event.
    • the world as revelations, to be accepted in faith. In the event we are
    • earth poured itself out into the world. All the events through which
    • history of man on earth as well. Through this event humanity received
    • The Christ Event appears to the spiritual investigator in a special
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • event in its external aspect only; but the Gospels were written from
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    • event in its external aspect only; but the Gospels were written from
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    • cosmic record. All facts and all events, both physical and spiritual,
    • Say for example there was an incisive moment, an all-important event
    • through life together; or it was some other event, essential to your
    • future life. If you look back in time from this event, you will be
    • event when I was ten or twelve years old; all that then followed was
    • impelling me to the decisive events of my life.’ These are the Saturn
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    • Say for example there was an incisive moment, an all-important event
    • through life together; or it was some other event, essential to your
    • future life. If you look back in time from this event, you will be
    • event when I was ten or twelve years old; all that then followed was
    • impelling me to the decisive events of my life.’ These are the Saturn
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    • be mindful of this impulse. Once, the historical event took place. It is
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    • be mindful of this impulse. Once, the historical event took place. It is
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    • there exist, at all events, the rudiments of what at a later stage
    • external events. Ancestry, or descent, places us where we stand in
    • senses, remembers no more than the events connected with those outward
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    • there exist, at all events, the rudiments of what at a later stage
    • external events. Ancestry, or descent, places us where we stand in
    • senses, remembers no more than the events connected with those outward
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • then come into the sixth and seventh epochs. During the sixth and seventh
    • measures are needed in order to counter-balance this. If no preventive
    • steps to prevent that the course of evolution should follow the direction
    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • to prevent the terrible fate which will befall mankind during the sixth
    • incumbent upon us to prevent the triumph of materialism, through another
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    • measures are needed in order to counter-balance this. If no preventive
    • steps to prevent that the course of evolution should follow the direction
    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • to prevent the terrible fate which will befall mankind during the sixth
    • incumbent upon us to prevent the triumph of materialism, through another
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • this case, for the improvement of memory. By thinking through events,
    • starting at the end of an event and pursuing it through to the beginning,
    • will help to make the etheric body stronger. Historical events, for
    • through with the eventual pros and cons you place before your soul. It is
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    • this case, for the improvement of memory. By thinking through events,
    • starting at the end of an event and pursuing it through to the beginning,
    • will help to make the etheric body stronger. Historical events, for
    • through with the eventual pros and cons you place before your soul. It is
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  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • of the events of life would take a different course if people did not so
    • of events in the world and to retain but a vague, general impression of
    • this ability to form exact pictures, especially of successive events, so that
    • are definitely related to one another and that tomorrow's events are
    • events as exactly as possible in mental pictures, and then place these
    • Therefore, the experimenter must have the confidence that such events of
    • events and at the same time abstains from all thinking something may
    • mental pictures of successive events, to that extent do the inner thoughts
    • course of the world through observation of the events in the world and
    • intelligent. If, in the case of inwardly connected events, we have once
    • Things, however, that are understood — events of everyday life, for
    • happen and correct our thoughts accordingly. Thus, events of the present
    • in things and events, that in the facts themselves there slumbers
    • behavior. The events are traced back to the previous day and the
    • occurred today, I must believe that it was prepared by this or that event
    • objects, thus enabled him to sense the coming event preparing itself in
    • events and whatever else may come with them. As a rule, when a person
    • something totally different from the ordinary run of daily events,
    • One tries at first in the crude way people usually recall past events to
    • and events are usually inaccurate and vague. The results of a test given
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    • of the events of life would take a different course if people did not so
    • of events in the world and to retain but a vague, general impression of
    • this ability to form exact pictures, especially of successive events, so that
    • are definitely related to one another and that tomorrow's events are
    • events as exactly as possible in mental pictures, and then place these
    • Therefore, the experimenter must have the confidence that such events of
    • events and at the same time abstains from all thinking something may
    • mental pictures of successive events, to that extent do the inner thoughts
    • course of the world through observation of the events in the world and
    • intelligent. If, in the case of inwardly connected events, we have once
    • Things, however, that are understood — events of everyday life, for
    • happen and correct our thoughts accordingly. Thus, events of the present
    • in things and events, that in the facts themselves there slumbers
    • behavior. The events are traced back to the previous day and the
    • occurred today, I must believe that it was prepared by this or that event
    • objects, thus enabled him to sense the coming event preparing itself in
    • events and whatever else may come with them. As a rule, when a person
    • something totally different from the ordinary run of daily events,
    • One tries at first in the crude way people usually recall past events to
    • and events are usually inaccurate and vague. The results of a test given
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  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • conclusion of a series of events. It was also explained that at that
    • through that event for the evolution of mankind.
    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • other events, which were preparatory, took place wholly in the
    • three of these preparatory events that same Being was present who was
    • in the three earlier events, but not incarnated as physical man; he
    • about by the first three events pour into the Earth from out the
    • before was in preparation for and pointed to this Event, which was the
    • If, during the old Lemurian epoch, the first Christ-Event had not
    • the first Christ Event, poured in with the forces of the physical Sun.
    • possible because the first Christ-Event took place in the old Lemurian
    • Christ-Event prevented it from entering human evolution. Through the
    • Christ-Event.
    • was again faced with danger. Through the second Christ-Event it might
    • third Christ-Event. For the third time that Being in the spiritual
    • if these two Christ-Events had not taken place during the Atlantean
    • After the occurrence of the three Christ-Events, which have again been
    • until the sixth and seventh centuries before Christ. From that time
    • Christ-Event, the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the fourth Christ-Event, the impulse which it
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    • conclusion of a series of events. It was also explained that at that
    • through that event for the evolution of mankind.
    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • other events, which were preparatory, took place wholly in the
    • three of these preparatory events that same Being was present who was
    • in the three earlier events, but not incarnated as physical man; he
    • about by the first three events pour into the Earth from out the
    • before was in preparation for and pointed to this Event, which was the
    • If, during the old Lemurian epoch, the first Christ-Event had not
    • the first Christ Event, poured in with the forces of the physical Sun.
    • possible because the first Christ-Event took place in the old Lemurian
    • Christ-Event prevented it from entering human evolution. Through the
    • Christ-Event.
    • was again faced with danger. Through the second Christ-Event it might
    • third Christ-Event. For the third time that Being in the spiritual
    • if these two Christ-Events had not taken place during the Atlantean
    • After the occurrence of the three Christ-Events, which have again been
    • until the sixth and seventh centuries before Christ. From that time
    • Christ-Event, the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the fourth Christ-Event, the impulse which it
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • will follow in the sixth and seventh epochs will be a descending line
    • East into the dreadful events of today. A war has blazed up under the
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    • East into the dreadful events of today. A war has blazed up under the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • into consideration historical events in order to understand human
    • painful events in the course of world history can show us the significance
    • epoch will be followed by the sixth and by the seventh. And I have drawn
    • epoch and the sixth, and between the ancient Indian and the seventh epoch
    • One of the Egyptian pyramids depicts the whole event in a particularly
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • century, not through the arrival of external events alone, but because
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    • into consideration historical events in order to understand human
    • painful events in the course of world history can show us the significance
    • epoch will be followed by the sixth and by the seventh. And I have drawn
    • epoch and the sixth, and between the ancient Indian and the seventh epoch
    • One of the Egyptian pyramids depicts the whole event in a particularly
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • century, not through the arrival of external events alone, but because
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • an intermediate period of human development, eventually giving place to
    • We have placed as the most vital event in the earth's history the Mystery
    • exercise their souls inwardly, so as to arrive eventually at inner pictures
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    • We have placed as the most vital event in the earth's history the Mystery
    • exercise their souls inwardly, so as to arrive eventually at inner pictures
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • physical body between birth and the seventh year, and this work comes to
    • forces that are active within the human body until the seventh year are the
    • Now the forces that are active from the seventh year to the fourteenth
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • twenty-first year. The will working in us up till the seventh year works
    • seventh year. And from the seventh to the fourteenth year, it is the forces
    • seventh year. They are bodily processes that are formed by the circulating
    • air in connection with the breathing and so on between the seventh and
    • of life, so that impulses of will are eventually brought into every sphere
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    • physical body between birth and the seventh year, and this work comes to
    • forces that are active within the human body until the seventh year are the
    • Now the forces that are active from the seventh year to the fourteenth
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • twenty-first year. The will working in us up till the seventh year works
    • seventh year. And from the seventh to the fourteenth year, it is the forces
    • seventh year. They are bodily processes that are formed by the circulating
    • air in connection with the breathing and so on between the seventh and
    • of life, so that impulses of will are eventually brought into every sphere
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • bestirring ourselves more and more, of getting free of events, and of
    • With this in mind, we must not be blind to the events taking place in
    • starting in the West, can eventually arrive in the East. But people on
    • national inheritance, seek to prevent the coming-to-pass in their
    • intelligence naturally, instinctively, with events in the world. To
    • super-sensible Mysteries, that the first more important event in their
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    • bestirring ourselves more and more, of getting free of events, and of
    • With this in mind, we must not be blind to the events taking place in
    • starting in the West, can eventually arrive in the East. But people on
    • national inheritance, seek to prevent the coming-to-pass in their
    • intelligence naturally, instinctively, with events in the world. To
    • super-sensible Mysteries, that the first more important event in their
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    • gave at the University of Berlin in the seventies of the last century.
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    • gave at the University of Berlin in the seventies of the last century.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • trying to penetrate into us, preventing us from full experience of our
    • all social endeavor should be to prevent human beings from becoming
    • greatest of all treasures was represented in Rome, at all events in an
    • believed. At all events the Palladium is waiting, expecting to be
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    • trying to penetrate into us, preventing us from full experience of our
    • all social endeavor should be to prevent human beings from becoming
    • greatest of all treasures was represented in Rome, at all events in an
    • believed. At all events the Palladium is waiting, expecting to be
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    • origin, arises also that which we eventually gather up — focus, as it
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    • origin, arises also that which we eventually gather up — focus, as it
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • do with the perception of this event through inner soul-forces,
    • giving them insight into the course of world-events. Thus, on the one
    • dream-experience, in inward perception, by the event of Christ Jesus'
    • appearances in the heavens, to be aware of significant events taking
    • the starry worlds and wherein the secrets of human events were also
    • same event, was announced in a twofold way to men.
    • And when we see how humanity received the event of Golgotha, we must
    • trying to penetrate into the nature of the event of Golgotha with
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
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    • do with the perception of this event through inner soul-forces,
    • giving them insight into the course of world-events. Thus, on the one
    • dream-experience, in inward perception, by the event of Christ Jesus'
    • appearances in the heavens, to be aware of significant events taking
    • the starry worlds and wherein the secrets of human events were also
    • same event, was announced in a twofold way to men.
    • And when we see how humanity received the event of Golgotha, we must
    • trying to penetrate into the nature of the event of Golgotha with
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
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    • seventh, Atman. When Man arrives at the highest stage of his
    • Here it becomes event;
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    • seventh, Atman. When Man arrives at the highest stage of his
    • Here it becomes event;
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    • ten, twenty, thirty, fifty, seventy years of age. But nobody in his
    • fifty-year-olds, the seventy-year-olds! How human beings may be
    • events happen without taking the slightest interest in them, without
    • in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
    • being awake, are sleeping through some momentous event, it can be seen
    • epoch of the Spiritual Soul is heading towards the definite event, and
    • will depend upon men themselves how this event takes effect in the
    • this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
    • this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
    • certain events, they will be fully aware of them.
    • These events can be characterised in greater detail, for to know what
    • As I have said, this event ought to take place in such a way that the
    • But let it be emphasised that this impending event confronts the will
    • event may be and indeed are being left undone.
    • instead of the event that should play a momentous part in shaping the
    • life, would above all prevent men — through what would then enter
    • the event of which I have told you, for if men become half devils
    • to survey your life and you will find in it some event of slight or
    • do not ask ourselves: What was it that was prevented from happening by
    • We do not usually trouble about the things that have been prevented
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    • ten, twenty, thirty, fifty, seventy years of age. But nobody in his
    • fifty-year-olds, the seventy-year-olds! How human beings may be
    • events happen without taking the slightest interest in them, without
    • in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
    • being awake, are sleeping through some momentous event, it can be seen
    • epoch of the Spiritual Soul is heading towards the definite event, and
    • will depend upon men themselves how this event takes effect in the
    • this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
    • this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
    • certain events, they will be fully aware of them.
    • These events can be characterised in greater detail, for to know what
    • As I have said, this event ought to take place in such a way that the
    • But let it be emphasised that this impending event confronts the will
    • event may be and indeed are being left undone.
    • instead of the event that should play a momentous part in shaping the
    • life, would above all prevent men — through what would then enter
    • the event of which I have told you, for if men become half devils
    • to survey your life and you will find in it some event of slight or
    • do not ask ourselves: What was it that was prevented from happening by
    • We do not usually trouble about the things that have been prevented
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    • which the Christ appeared to him through the event at Damascus. This
    • earth as the living Christ. The event at Damascus gave Paul a
    • convinced of the true existence of the Christ-being before the event
    • Until the event at Damascus, Paul saw in the shameful crucifixion of
    • edge to Ahriman's rule through the Christ event, Ahriman would have
    • without. The Mystery of Golgotha is not only an inner mystical event;
    • we must look upon it entirely as an outer event which cannot,
    • reflection of superterrestial events and of the relationship between
    • Christianity — then, Paul's conviction before the event at
    • to him in the event at Damascus. What did this mean for Saul? It
    • and how a super-sensible, superterrestial event existed in the
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • which the Christ appeared to him through the event at Damascus. This
    • earth as the living Christ. The event at Damascus gave Paul a
    • convinced of the true existence of the Christ-being before the event
    • Until the event at Damascus, Paul saw in the shameful crucifixion of
    • edge to Ahriman's rule through the Christ event, Ahriman would have
    • without. The Mystery of Golgotha is not only an inner mystical event;
    • we must look upon it entirely as an outer event which cannot,
    • reflection of superterrestial events and of the relationship between
    • Christianity — then, Paul's conviction before the event at
    • to him in the event at Damascus. What did this mean for Saul? It
    • and how a super-sensible, superterrestial event existed in the
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    • simply allows the events to take their course consistently,
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • of sight, the seventh the sense of taste, the eighth the sense of
    • we experience the sense of sight. The eleventh sense is the sense of
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    • judgment it utters is nothing but the result of an historical event.
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  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • That an event is past means simply that it is farther away from us. I
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    • That an event is past means simply that it is farther away from us. I
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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  • 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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  • 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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    • cosmic event. The wise Egyptian priests had this in mind, and they
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • today, and who prepared him for the great event of the descent of the
  • 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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    • What was this event which made man capable of perceiving the forces
    • events were of a very stormy nature. The physical part of man was not
    • age some very important event would have to take place when the last
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • connected with cosmic events. All this is contained in the Old
    • events of evolution.
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    • and the seventh right on to the time of the war of all against all.
    • appeared as in the ordinary course of events, where a form is provided
    • later to pass through the Event of Golgotha. Man can at present move
    • The Christ Event — the coming of Christ — is therefore not
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    • endeavoured, as far as time permitted, to sketch the various events of
    • return in the seventh. Everything has a deep and law-filled
    • extremes, those things connecting the first and the seventh age. Let
    • the seventh age, which will recall the principle of castes, but in
    • Led, as it were, through a secret channel, the seventh age will repeat
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    • flow into European culture, which since the Event of Christ had become
    • All this teaching culminated in the central event of human evolution:
    • logical sequence of events from civilization to civilization had been
    • described, the great central event clearly illuminated. There are
    • have given new meaning to historic events.
    • culminated in the Event of Golgotha, by which the hidden mysteries
    • blossom of deep religious fervour. In order to keep pace with events,
    • unique character of this event must be recognised as the decisive
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    • is told concerning the Christ-Event we can gather
    • in the land where the Christ Event took its course,
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    • is told concerning the Christ-Event we can gather
    • in the land where the Christ Event took its course,
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    • have been published repeatedly since the seventeenth century. The
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    • events with a loving understanding, he is an example of the
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    • the orderly procession of regular events with those other events, the
    • canons of reason and distinguish one event from another. But alongside
    • they pursue here, with the events and facts of earthly existence. But
    • event at the beginning of our reckoning of Earth time, although it is
    • a different event. According to their reckoning, 4182 years after the
    • events out yonder were thought of in terms of 354 3/8 and 7 x 7. Out
    • understanding an event — or for comprehending it at all. What
    • natural events, the world on which such things as thunder and storms
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    • eventually born. They were known by such names as Ludwig Buchner
    • the change of teeth at approximately the seventh year. As you know,
    • period leading to the change of teeth at around the seventh year,
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth year. And now exactly the opposite
    • character during the period between the seventh and fourteenth years,
    • improprieties. But such things are not possible before the seventh
    • everything arose out of one's own inner being. An event had to happen
    • events with our thoughts and concepts, creating pictures of them. If
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    • head, of the moral event and the moral process. This is what led
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    • as a result of what he imagines around this event. Actually, something
    • to well up out of his subconscious life sphere. The external events
    • review things backwards. A backwards review involves picturing events
    • the world are eventually forced to imagine a world in reverse. For
    • particularly loved during the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth
    • During the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth centuries the fifth was
    • the course of world events backwards — from the other side, the
    • series of events going forwards, rather than backwards:
    • motion. — Now how would this certainly not uncommon event look in
    • exactitude, thinking the whole event backwards. He describes further
    • must turn these events around and observe how the same type of gusts
    • Giovanni, the Third, Fifth, Seventh and Ninth symphonies, the
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    • against it, the vision is weakened. Then the objects and events in it
    • say that events in the regions of the senses, events which actually do
    • a unified presentation of events from human life, events which arouse
    • are the organic events that normally accompany fear and pity. It does
    • stream of earthly events. That is self-evident. And what lives in a
    • one example from among the many such experiments. A whole event was
    • — this is how events are supposed to develop. During the course
    • followed and that the whole event went exactly according to plan. So
    • each of the thirty is questioned. Each has seen the event. None of
    • events in the world of the senses will never be able to develop the
    • thirty who have witnessed an event to be unable to describe it without
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    • faster. Eventually, the sound of the three shots will arrive here (D).
    • can fly faster than the speed of sound, one would hear the events in
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    • required to do more than would just happen automatically. Eventually
    • to prevent them from having access to us. The person who tries to
    • in the world. As you will recall, I described how an event was
    • arranged so that it would go according to an exact plan. This event
    • event had been planned beforehand so that what was going to happen was
    • after the event. The thirty were asked to describe what had happened.
    • of the truth. Thirty people witness an event that follows a carefully
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    • engraved, these events will also be written down in the same manner.
    • over-hastily expressed opinion, no report of an event that is
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    • Some of you might well be acquainted with the paradoxical events that
    • events as I have been describing: in the space of a brief hour,
    • people make about external events. Such things lie entirely outside
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    • event, our capacity to come to conclusions about ourselves on the
    • perceptual experience. In such an event, what you experience through
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    • This weighty cycle of lectures illuminates many events in the Gospels
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    • next few days, bearing upon this most important event in the evolution
    • events of surpassing importance shedding a stronger light than others.
    • arbitrary events; indeed, whoever has insight into the whole meaning
    • and spirit of human history is aware that such events must come, and
    • annunciation of this greatest of events in the history of man, and it
    • the Christ-event. If Christ Jesus, as is stated in the Gospels, really
    • represents the greatest event in the evolution of mankind, must there
    • upon and is connected with the events which occurred in Palestine
    • through Christ Jesus. Moreover, if the Christ-event may be called the
    • supreme event for humanity, the element which corresponds to the
    • Christ-event in the human soul must be the supreme feature in man.
    • initiation is the greatest event the human soul can experience, a view
    • the lower self as a man looks upon the outer world — this event,
    • they knew, must stand in connection with the event of Christ Jesus.
    • birth of his higher Ego as an inner, mystic and spiritual event
    • In what light did this event appear, for instance, to the writer of
    • event which may be called the birth of the higher self. As the child
    • Suppose we have before us a man who has reached his seventieth year
    • He is now a new man. What precedes this event is now of less
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    • these lectures, regarding any particular event, merely on the strength
    • the events in Palestine or the observations of Zarathustra, his
    • Certain documents relating to some event or other have been preserved,
    • Now when we investigate in the Akashic records that great event, the
    • gradually and by degrees developed upon earth. Eventually men had to
    • The significance of an event such as the birth of the Buddha is too
    • that time. Such events have world-wide significance; spiritual forces
    • preparatory steps and of others following this event. From what was
    • said you will gather that the Christ-event, as we have called it, is
    • in his seventh or eighth year a grievous experience befalls him. This
    • born anew, and in this life an event experienced at a comparatively
    • body is the only one born at the physical birth. Up to the seventh
    • sheath; in the seventh year, at the second dentition, this sheath is
    • it was ripe for this event.
    • sublimer than St. John's, the connection between the events in
    • Palestine and that other event related at the beginning of the same
    • event — for the birth of the Christ in him. The various
    • experiences which led up to this event will be dealt with tomorrow;
    • grasp the significance of that event described as the intervention of
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    • thrown light upon it from one standpoint or another. Now, to prevent
    • why the great narrators of spiritual events often express sublime,
    • uniformity during the Saturn and Sun development, the following event
    • greater density and coarseness than they were before that event; their
    • prevented when the Moon detached itself and went out into cosmic
    • space, taking with it the coarser substances. With this event it
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    • An event now took place the idea of which must occupy a foremost place
    • In speaking of this event, I always like to compare it with an event
    • events occurred on the Moon. (I need only touch upon them now.) Man's
    • words to describe these events in our prosaic language, and the use of
    • profound importance of this decisive event — the exit of the
    • after that event. Thenceforward the beings who had left the Earth
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    • necessary for humanity, to help it onward and prevent it being
    • preventing the Luciferic influence in their astral body from becoming
    • definite mission in the evolution of the Earth: to prevent men being
    • nevertheless be turned into good in the whole chain of events
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    • physical body prevents a man from seeing all this during his lifetime.
    • This gives you the keynote of the Christ-event regarded from another
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    • himself in the events which occurred at that time, through the life of
    • live in these events as in a spiritual reality, objectively visible to
    • him; when the whole power of these events communicates itself even to
    • the blood pulsate in his veins. No abnormal event takes place and
    • before that event. The Lord loved him because he had already
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    • Christ-event. They had formerly possessed insight into the spiritual
    • Therefore they pass over the outward daily events which appear so
    • described the life of Jesus of Nazareth. For them, all ordinary events
    • definite events take place which seem like a repetition in the other
    • by some outer event in his life. This would ensue, for instance, if he
    • journey to Egypt. But he mentions typical events the importance of
    • events in the spirit conferred by an Egyptian initiation.
    • natural but to a supernatural event. Remember that those who venerated
    • things! We then understand that the chief events in the life of Christ
    • characteristic feature of this event is the fact that there is no
    • Cross, its shame and everything connected therewith, prevented Paul
    • appeared changed after the Event of Golgotha. Before that event the
    • such cardinal events as the Christ-event and the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • consideration of the cardinal event within the Christ-impulse: the
    • Christ-event take place? It took place at a certain very definite
    • was essential to emphasize that the event in question must necessarily
    • could not have found the persons necessary for this event in other
    • for such an event to come to pass. The psychic force required some
    • the event described in the Gospel can take place: the ruler of the
    • mighty influence rendered possible the event here described.
    • event took place on the Sabbath, when a spirit of festivity reigns,
    • event by the fact that the miracle was performed on the Sabbath.
    • exhausting the scope of such an event. If those who wrote about Christ
    • His disciples. (How the event here described could take place —
    • otherwise than bend in reverence before this description of events,
    • miracles. But much besides is related between these events. How does
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    • Among the events in Palestine at the beginning of our era, there is
    • ourselves once more with this event from one particular point of view.
    • in the Gospels embodies an indication of that other event, also
    • explained by the Akashic records, the event which we described in the
    • Baptism by John, because it is indeed the supreme event in the
    • significant events are easier to understand, and that the greatest of
    • all events presents the greatest difficulty? For this reason, what I
    • it is one of the great events that occurred at that time.
    • Jesus of Nazareth, this event was revealed to one whose spiritual eyes
    • in that event than the small area in which the Baptism by John took
    • that, with an event like the Baptism by John, the spiritual world
    • natural science would have marveled at the events which occurred in
    • event, and we understand that these actions must necessarily have been
    • space, it could bring about and govern events in the spiritual world.
    • understand it in the sense of the mighty cosmic event which was then
    • description of such an event, in accordance with the true facts, could
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    • the Christ-event must be regarded as the most momentous of all events
    • in the whole evolution of mankind, an event which provided an entirely
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha, through the events enacted in
    • evolution would have been essentially different had the Christ-event
    • everything connected with the Christ-event and its narration, both in
    • the truths which we have thus illustrated to the events connected with
    • Had the Christ-event not taken place, the course of human evolution
    • Christ-event took place. The intermingling of the most diverse
    • the intervention of the Christ-event? What images must be have used to
    • Christ-event, we still see discord and strife, and that we are far
    • dream in which future events announced themselves, though not to the
    • events to come were revealed to the mother in the old way. Does this
    • prevent the evil which had been foretold? Let us consult the legend,
    • the Event of Golgotha!
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    • longer be prevented from falling a victim to error: Oedipus slays his
    • these, the ‘Ahrimanic’ or Mephistophelian beings. These prevented him
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic beings prevented this wisdom being increased
    • life to it and prevents it drying up.
    • physical body and prevent it from crumbling away and drying up. Man
    • But now let us suppose that some event happened at the right moment,
    • About the sixth or seventh century before Christ, as the pre-Christian
    • seers; and a human science is founded, in the sixth and seventh
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    • event in the world is connected by interminable ties with the
    • thrown on the cosmic significance of that great event.
    • those who had experienced the Christ-event, when Christ was present in
    • the body of Jesus of Nazareth. We know that the events upon our earth,
    • events the regular evolution of mankind was rendered possible. We saw
    • impressions the true form of the latter.’ I will mention one event to
    • hard for them to say to themselves: ‘The form in which this event
    • this event? It is death. When it appears to us in the outer physical
    • outer physical events. Death has assumed an aspect in which it can be
    • Before our eyes, in the outer physical world, the most diverse events
    • An event was to happen whereby the true form of death was made clearly
    • Father!’ When we have understood that, through the event of Golgotha,
    • Cross, is but an external event, and that the life of Christ in the
    • brought to pass by this event?
    • But every physical event has its spiritual counterpart. Inasmuch as
    • spiritual event was taking place. It came about at that moment that
    • and darker in the course of time, until the event of Golgotha. Then
    • preceding the event of Golgotha, and how it then shone forth in new
    • light into the etheric bodies of men. A short time after this event
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    • consequence of the event of Golgotha. This recognition was to become
    • law. He had witnessed the event of Golgotha, but he was not in a
    • Christ. The events which he had experienced and witnessed were not of
    • imparted to them by these events) were able to recognize as a real
    • us to behold, in personal vision, the Event of Golgotha, and to live
    • understand how the separate events group themselves within the central
    • event — the evolution of our Earth into a Sun. They take their
    • depths at the time when the Event of Golgotha brought him the impulse
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    • disables this temple convolution completely and prevents the person
    • constellations that cause these events; they are only indicators.
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    • constellations that cause these events; they are only indicators.
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    • event connected with this. When I was young, though not very young, I
    • me that eventually very few would remain, after they had politely
    • dismissed the others. But to prevent it from ending there, the left
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    • event connected with this. When I was young, though not very young, I
    • me that eventually very few would remain, after they had politely
    • dismissed the others. But to prevent it from ending there, the left
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    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
    • of events that has taken place before their very eyes.
    • eyewitnesses of an event, twenty-six were completely false, and four
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    • of events that has taken place before their very eyes.
    • eyewitnesses of an event, twenty-six were completely false, and four
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    • events of the world are felt.
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    • events of the world are felt.
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    • event that moves you to joy or sorrow. Now you know that the whole of
    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • life of feeling. Suppose the event happens between the change of teeth
    • that such an event always comes back seven years later, for the lapse
    • seven-year period. An event that stirs and moves our feelings resounds
    • be able to go back to some earlier event that affected him deeply. And
    • but it is very much more complicated. Here again the events swing
    • events which comes back in a striking manner. The same observation can
    • be made for less significant events.
    • takes place in our life of soul. The events come back; they exercise
    • Moreover, we are living now in an epoch when the events that come from
    • subjective aspect, simply cannot bring the Christ Event into his
    • necessity that in the fourth Post-Atlantean epoch the event of
    • event is placed at the very centre of our picture of the history of
    • Man. Yes, and we go further. Not only do we receive the event of
    • of the Christ Event as a cosmic event. Strange to say, while the
    • Event in the progress of Man, the official representatives of religion
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • as a cosmic event. When they hear this, they treat it as a terrible
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    • event that moves you to joy or sorrow. Now you know that the whole of
    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • life of feeling. Suppose the event happens between the change of teeth
    • that such an event always comes back seven years later, for the lapse
    • seven-year period. An event that stirs and moves our feelings resounds
    • be able to go back to some earlier event that affected him deeply. And
    • but it is very much more complicated. Here again the events swing
    • events which comes back in a striking manner. The same observation can
    • be made for less significant events.
    • takes place in our life of soul. The events come back; they exercise
    • Moreover, we are living now in an epoch when the events that come from
    • subjective aspect, simply cannot bring the Christ Event into his
    • necessity that in the fourth Post-Atlantean epoch the event of
    • event is placed at the very centre of our picture of the history of
    • Man. Yes, and we go further. Not only do we receive the event of
    • of the Christ Event as a cosmic event. Strange to say, while the
    • Event in the progress of Man, the official representatives of religion
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • as a cosmic event. When they hear this, they treat it as a terrible
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    • experience the light by entering in spirit into the events connected
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    • experience the light by entering in spirit into the events connected
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    • seventh year in some other state of existence, say as an embryo —
    • development of the rhythmic life between the seventh and the
    • outer world — until your seventh year, until the change of teeth.
    • your head, so what you experienced before your seventh year is still
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    • development of the rhythmic life between the seventh and the
    • outer world — until your seventh year, until the change of teeth.
    • your head, so what you experienced before your seventh year is still
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    • In the seventh epoch
    • periods of the seventh great epoch. This makes sixteen stages of evolution
    • the forces which lead eventually to the spirit. This leveling-out process
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    • In the seventh epoch
    • periods of the seventh great epoch. This makes sixteen stages of evolution
    • the forces which lead eventually to the spirit. This leveling-out process
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    • soul of this woman became aware at that moment what the event
    • inner sorrow concerning some event. When the soul of the
    • express such a stupendous event as Ouranos kindling his own
    • declare spiritual events to men. For I am Imagination! My
    • the vision of Poetry there appeared the events of the
    • could never be represented by any outward physical event. Thy
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    • inner sorrow concerning some event. When the soul of the
    • express such a stupendous event as Ouranos kindling his own
    • declare spiritual events to men. For I am Imagination! My
    • the vision of Poetry there appeared the events of the
    • could never be represented by any outward physical event. Thy
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    • the approach of the events of the future. It is, after all,
    • easy to say that the events of the future do not yet exist,
    • thus preventing us from saying that what will happen tomorrow
    • events before they happen. There is, for example, such a
    • only after the event. In relation to the future, however, we
    • joy, but the actual events to which these feelings refer are
    • events, means that anyone who can thus calmly and quietly
    • meet the future and can yet prevent his energy and activity
    • this feeling of acceptance of the events that approach from
    • future and the course of events, pervaded by wisdom, within
    • it. To give ourselves up to the divine wisdom of events, to
    • coming events with fear and anxiety. These only restrict our
    • ourselves, just as in the past they prevented the unknown and
    • is this that prevented the higher and stronger divine force
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    • easy to say that the events of the future do not yet exist,
    • thus preventing us from saying that what will happen tomorrow
    • events before they happen. There is, for example, such a
    • only after the event. In relation to the future, however, we
    • joy, but the actual events to which these feelings refer are
    • events, means that anyone who can thus calmly and quietly
    • meet the future and can yet prevent his energy and activity
    • this feeling of acceptance of the events that approach from
    • future and the course of events, pervaded by wisdom, within
    • it. To give ourselves up to the divine wisdom of events, to
    • coming events with fear and anxiety. These only restrict our
    • ourselves, just as in the past they prevented the unknown and
    • is this that prevented the higher and stronger divine force
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    • through the world war, through still earlier events, until you come at
    • events that happened several centuries ago. You say to yourself:
    • Surely I must have had a share in these events! A superficial student
    • later on. But now it must be clearly understood that these events and
    • processes are not isolated events and processes in the spiritual world
    • material realms that are in strange contrast to the spiritual events
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    • which eventually prove to be unsatisfying. But anyone who
    • divine-spiritual world it was an event of the deepest
    • came about the mighty event that God became man, and that
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    • which eventually prove to be unsatisfying. But anyone who
    • divine-spiritual world it was an event of the deepest
    • came about the mighty event that God became man, and that
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    • an event Spiritually, he will find that each time two human beings
    • prevent the soul from paying attention to what comes as the result of
    • described as the patriarchal life of seventy years — includes the
    • say: Through his self-chosen death a man may eventually deprive
    • aspect of what I have often said with reference to the tragic events
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    • an event Spiritually, he will find that each time two human beings
    • prevent the soul from paying attention to what comes as the result of
    • described as the patriarchal life of seventy years — includes the
    • say: Through his self-chosen death a man may eventually deprive
    • aspect of what I have often said with reference to the tragic events
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    • This does not imply that a horizontal line of memory of past events
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    • seeing nothing at all! What is it that can prevent one from losing the
    • a later event that is the result of an earlier.
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    • seeing nothing at all! What is it that can prevent one from losing the
    • a later event that is the result of an earlier.
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    • become historic fact in the Christ Event. In the ancient
    • with the Holy Grail. Thus in the eleventh to the thirteenth century,
    • the World-Ego, by the human soul or the human Ego. The event recorded
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    • become historic fact in the Christ Event. In the ancient
    • with the Holy Grail. Thus in the eleventh to the thirteenth century,
    • the World-Ego, by the human soul or the human Ego. The event recorded
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    • since the Event in Palestine. Always the picture has been modified
    • event is confirmed by independent writings. It may be said that all the
    • causes which brought about the Event of Palestine were not to be found
    • in that region wherein external historical events take place, and thus
    • to disentangle the threads that were woven behind the Event in Palestine
    • came into humanity with the events of Palestine, but that in a certain
    • for a tremendous event to be compared in some measure with being born
    • by tradition to the Events of Palestine. These Events made a deep
    • Mystical Fact of the Christ Event. To penetrate deeply into history is
    • Dionysos were united in the Being Who entered humanity in the Event of
    • through which this Event might take place, had become acquainted with
    • again through an historical Event, i.e., by something actually taking
    • Christ was seen the fact that man, by living according to the event
    • event in the place of that which had been sought in the Mysteries
    • within what is known as “The Event of Damascus.” Writing of
    • Christ Event took place. Even if there were no Gospels, no records and
    • gradual development of humanity, as being such that the Christ Event
    • super-historical Event. This Event is that the Christ Being stands as
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    • since the Event in Palestine. Always the picture has been modified
    • event is confirmed by independent writings. It may be said that all the
    • causes which brought about the Event of Palestine were not to be found
    • in that region wherein external historical events take place, and thus
    • to disentangle the threads that were woven behind the Event in Palestine
    • came into humanity with the events of Palestine, but that in a certain
    • for a tremendous event to be compared in some measure with being born
    • by tradition to the Events of Palestine. These Events made a deep
    • Mystical Fact of the Christ Event. To penetrate deeply into history is
    • Dionysos were united in the Being Who entered humanity in the Event of
    • through which this Event might take place, had become acquainted with
    • again through an historical Event, i.e., by something actually taking
    • Christ was seen the fact that man, by living according to the event
    • event in the place of that which had been sought in the Mysteries
    • within what is known as “The Event of Damascus.” Writing of
    • Christ Event took place. Even if there were no Gospels, no records and
    • gradual development of humanity, as being such that the Christ Event
    • super-historical Event. This Event is that the Christ Being stands as
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    • event — whether or not we call it to-day a ‘symbolical’
    • that there are indeed moments when epoch-making events occur —
    • here.’ Such an event may perhaps occur as the result of some
    • that this event is bound up with something of historic significance
    • at all events to present a mighty and powerful picture —
    • century) for the purpose of proving historically the events which are
    • events of modern history were taking their course. It was intended to
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • events underlying history. Innumerable candidates had received
    • All ancient Initiations pointed forward to this event, were conducted
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • of a spiritual event such as this, can we understand what entered
    • them four different rituals of Initiation into which the events
    • but we shall realise that what happened through this event in
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
    • a mighty historical event, whereas previously the Initiate was led to
    • being of man, it will also grasp the significance of the Christ Event
    • Christ Event in humanity, through the Mystery of Golgotha. Spiritual
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ Event, we can say that only when man
    • will come to understand the Christ Event in the light of an extension
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    • event — whether or not we call it to-day a ‘symbolical’
    • that there are indeed moments when epoch-making events occur —
    • here.’ Such an event may perhaps occur as the result of some
    • that this event is bound up with something of historic significance
    • at all events to present a mighty and powerful picture —
    • century) for the purpose of proving historically the events which are
    • events of modern history were taking their course. It was intended to
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • events underlying history. Innumerable candidates had received
    • All ancient Initiations pointed forward to this event, were conducted
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • of a spiritual event such as this, can we understand what entered
    • them four different rituals of Initiation into which the events
    • but we shall realise that what happened through this event in
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
    • a mighty historical event, whereas previously the Initiate was led to
    • being of man, it will also grasp the significance of the Christ Event
    • Christ Event in humanity, through the Mystery of Golgotha. Spiritual
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ Event, we can say that only when man
    • will come to understand the Christ Event in the light of an extension
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    • The human soul must be quickened by those mighty events through which
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    • The human soul must be quickened by those mighty events through which
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    • significance of the Event on Golgotha. Those who had been initiated
    • fact, five additional days, ruled by seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers,
    • figure, because one to five is the relation of seventy-two to three
    • Powers, are ruled by the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers. But over and
    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • Powers, the seventy-two sub-heavenly or planetary Powers, and the
    • Powers, seventy-two planetary Powers, forty-two earthly Powers —
    • in all, four hundred and seventy-four Divine Beings of different
    • hundred and seventy-four Gods include all the Gods of all the
    • or maybe seventeen Gods from the four hundred and seventy-four,
    • number of racial Gods is four hundred and seventy-four. And the
    • totality, one great system — the four hundred and seventy-four
    • seventy-two planetary Powers and the forty-two earthly Powers. In
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    • significance of the Event on Golgotha. Those who had been initiated
    • fact, five additional days, ruled by seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers,
    • figure, because one to five is the relation of seventy-two to three
    • Powers, are ruled by the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers. But over and
    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • Powers, the seventy-two sub-heavenly or planetary Powers, and the
    • Powers, seventy-two planetary Powers, forty-two earthly Powers —
    • in all, four hundred and seventy-four Divine Beings of different
    • hundred and seventy-four Gods include all the Gods of all the
    • or maybe seventeen Gods from the four hundred and seventy-four,
    • number of racial Gods is four hundred and seventy-four. And the
    • totality, one great system — the four hundred and seventy-four
    • seventy-two planetary Powers and the forty-two earthly Powers. In
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    • anthroposophical feelings and from a knowledge of the events which
    • sleeping state we pass through the most important events. The most
    • important events of the past years have literally been slept away!
    • Even to-day, most important events are being slept away.'
    • spirit, contemplates in a certain way every night the events of the
    • be fully conscious of these coming events, to have them in his
    • coming events, is his angel, his ANGELOS. What we experience during
    • events of the past four or five years have taken, had the human
    • to themselves: Terrible events have taken place in the whole
    • beginning of events which will be enacted upon an entirely different
    • sphere, events of a kind which has not hitherto existed in the
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    • anthroposophical feelings and from a knowledge of the events which
    • sleeping state we pass through the most important events. The most
    • important events of the past years have literally been slept away!
    • Even to-day, most important events are being slept away.'
    • spirit, contemplates in a certain way every night the events of the
    • be fully conscious of these coming events, to have them in his
    • coming events, is his angel, his ANGELOS. What we experience during
    • events of the past four or five years have taken, had the human
    • to themselves: Terrible events have taken place in the whole
    • beginning of events which will be enacted upon an entirely different
    • sphere, events of a kind which has not hitherto existed in the
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    • events are still inwoven unconsciously; but we can grasp this only if
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
    • particularly the so deeply incisive events of the present contain
    • deaths prevent human beings from carrying their etheric bodies
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    • events are still inwoven unconsciously; but we can grasp this only if
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
    • particularly the so deeply incisive events of the present contain
    • deaths prevent human beings from carrying their etheric bodies
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    • father; he, eventually, became the father-in-law of Moses. In the
    • vital necessity in the stream of world-events. For when it comes to
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    • father; he, eventually, became the father-in-law of Moses. In the
    • vital necessity in the stream of world-events. For when it comes to
  • Title: Lecture: Christianity in Human Evolution
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    • tenth, eleventh or twelfth centuries it was no longer possible to
    • it the greatest folly had they been told that the events of Palestine
    • clairvoyant, concerning the events in Palestine? It was possible
    • was changed. Only what constitutes the structure of events, and the
    • events when he was speaking of the Christ. Thus, he was able to
    • behind the physical events.
    • between the eleventh or twelfth centuries and the fifteenth. Here
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    • tenth, eleventh or twelfth centuries it was no longer possible to
    • it the greatest folly had they been told that the events of Palestine
    • clairvoyant, concerning the events in Palestine? It was possible
    • was changed. Only what constitutes the structure of events, and the
    • events when he was speaking of the Christ. Thus, he was able to
    • behind the physical events.
    • between the eleventh or twelfth centuries and the fifteenth. Here
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    • events and movements of our day. In reality the souls of men have
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    • events and movements of our day. In reality the souls of men have
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    • call an ‘event’ and carry it onward into a later
    • the events that surround you! They are illusion. Behold what flashes
    • the world. And so Christianity seeks, in pre-historic ages, the event
    • To this also belongs an event which at first appears as
    • unconquerable Life. It is not merely an event which releases
    • Christ-Jesus from life, but it is an event passed through because it
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    • call an ‘event’ and carry it onward into a later
    • the events that surround you! They are illusion. Behold what flashes
    • the world. And so Christianity seeks, in pre-historic ages, the event
    • To this also belongs an event which at first appears as
    • unconquerable Life. It is not merely an event which releases
    • Christ-Jesus from life, but it is an event passed through because it
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    • down. The outer event and impression (the falling chair) are
    • that the outer happening or event has been imitated by the organs of
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    • down. The outer event and impression (the falling chair) are
    • that the outer happening or event has been imitated by the organs of
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    • the First. If we have a right understanding for this event in human
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • passes through Death. The event of Golgotha is accordingly more than
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • Gods. The actual event that took place in that moment on Earth, and
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • lofty and sublime and far-reaching Event that took place in the
    • on Golgotha is an event whereby the First Hierarchy reached up into a
    • in a living manner. In the world of the Gods an event takes place of
    • Event of Golgotha contains among its many implications also this, —
    • Logos, the Word. And it is all bound up with the great cosmic event
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    • the First. If we have a right understanding for this event in human
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • passes through Death. The event of Golgotha is accordingly more than
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • Gods. The actual event that took place in that moment on Earth, and
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • lofty and sublime and far-reaching Event that took place in the
    • on Golgotha is an event whereby the First Hierarchy reached up into a
    • in a living manner. In the world of the Gods an event takes place of
    • Event of Golgotha contains among its many implications also this, —
    • Logos, the Word. And it is all bound up with the great cosmic event
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    • that in their study of contemporary events and happenings, men's
    • required than for an understanding of the events described in the Old
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    • that in their study of contemporary events and happenings, men's
    • required than for an understanding of the events described in the Old
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    • among other things, with the stream of inheritance which eventually
    • emerge. It is only our existence in the solid element which prevents
    • Intuitive cognition. But in any event these influences are working
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    • among other things, with the stream of inheritance which eventually
    • emerge. It is only our existence in the solid element which prevents
    • Intuitive cognition. But in any event these influences are working
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    • astronomical-astrological events, and had fabricated such a myth for
    • star-events. These Dupuis judgments have much that is captivating,
    • course of world events it is very necessary to consider such things.
    • prevents any electricity from arising. The clouds up there, however,
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    • things take place in later times in connection with events of earlier
    • seventeen degrees of Scorpio and in the opposite point of the heavens
    • events in the atmosphere. (Today there are still slight remains of
    • nonsense.) In the air spiritual events are taking place around
    • but spiritual events are taking place. These spiritual events,
    • essentially events of the etheric world, were perceived by
    • cosmic events in the heavens. Just as it depends on the sun, on the
    • star-constellations, with the other events in the heavens.
    • air-events and the human processes of knowledge which take place
    • are sexual impulses present in the catastrophic events of today, far
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    • as in the last Post-Atlantean epoch, the seventh, certain impulses of
    • November days of autumn when the sun sets in the seventeenth degree
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    • in which attention must be unfolded. We learn by the events of
    • events of today an immense amount of what we need in order to
    • today talks about current events, but how little is really known of
    • the events of today, how little people actually know of what is going
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    • humanity as a whole we are living, so to say, in the twenty-seventh
    • Century. And side by side with this event to which he turned his
    • catastrophic events which now stand so terribly before us. And
    • have seen exactly that such events had to come. They were preceded
    • Schwabian, then seventy-two years old, who had just petitioned for
    • fragile with his seventy-two years. And the other was Michelet; he
    • these actual events — the signs of the time demand it —
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    • practically up to our twenty-eighth or twenty-seventh year, the rest
    • would have become in the ordinary course of things perhaps seventy,
    • than to the twenty-seventh or twenty-sixth year. In so far is the
    • approaches in life after the twenty-seventh year, because people do
    • space events take place which are calculated purely mathematically
    • our organism withdraws itself from cosmic events. Our head which, as
    • forces to the head after the twenty-seventh year, do we live as long
    • prevent the fact that we have really nothing to give to youth. Our
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    • had obtained his pension, since at seventy-two he no longer felt
    • is only seventy-two years old saying he cannot go on lecturing. I am
    • seventy-two-year-old Zeller, put in a claim to be pensioned off —
    • seven epochs. Let us turn our attention to the seventh epoch of the
    • epoch. It was about 25,000-26,000 years ago that this seventh epoch
    • may sound, there is a certain resemblance between this seventh
    • this seventh Lemurian epoch (left) there were similar conditions.
    • catastrophic events.
    • history and not find it. You can take such grievous events in earlier
    • affects the most wide-spread event of our time, the most crushing
    • event for humanity. Men no longer find from out their soul the
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    • order to meet the manifold events and circumstances of life. And we
    • of the external events, that the man in question slipped, fell into
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    • event is conclusive. Observe a little and you will see that very many
    • event take place before him. Then he would have to say to himself:
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    • event which as related in the symbols of the Bible was seen to
    • inflict the greatest loss and sorrow to man, the very event which by
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    • outer events. Consider only how does the time relationship express
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    • harmony with the events of the world, and lastly, devotion and
    • is to reach the centre of the earth, and it is only prevented from
    • only in that which the being will eventually become, but is contained
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    • after the event. In Asia, the population had absorbed nothing of this
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    • after the event. In Asia, the population had absorbed nothing of this
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    • Archai. The result is that he prevents himself from weaving his karma
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    • Archai. The result is that he prevents himself from weaving his karma
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    • to raise itself, nor can spirit be prevented from attracting and
    • events remain a mere arbitrary collection of poetical incidents.
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    • to raise itself, nor can spirit be prevented from attracting and
    • events remain a mere arbitrary collection of poetical incidents.
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    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • true being and nature, he can recognise the events whereby his
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    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • true being and nature, he can recognise the events whereby his
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    • few important events in history that have not at some time been
    • there is some connection between the stars and coming events in the
    • procession of events on the Earth. And as the attention of modern
    • careful comparison of events that had actually occurred in life with
    • events in the lives of individuals and of peoples, and happenings in
    • the Earth is not a chaotic flow of events but that law manifests in
    • these events, that just as celestial events are governed by cyclic
    • a definite crisis, reckoning back from there to some event related to
    • the course taken by events contradicts man’s freedom of will.
    • chain of events — the one directly following the other. Closer
    • whether it is not, after all, the case that events in human evolution
    • prevent this. Nostradamus is an interesting example: he was a doctor
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    • few important events in history that have not at some time been
    • there is some connection between the stars and coming events in the
    • procession of events on the Earth. And as the attention of modern
    • careful comparison of events that had actually occurred in life with
    • events in the lives of individuals and of peoples, and happenings in
    • the Earth is not a chaotic flow of events but that law manifests in
    • these events, that just as celestial events are governed by cyclic
    • a definite crisis, reckoning back from there to some event related to
    • the course taken by events contradicts man’s freedom of will.
    • chain of events — the one directly following the other. Closer
    • whether it is not, after all, the case that events in human evolution
    • prevent this. Nostradamus is an interesting example: he was a doctor
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    • to pass in order that intellectualism may be prevented from ousting men
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    • found their way into the events there recorded. The Old Testament
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    • clothes are worn and eventually wear out. This is what happens to the
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    • illuminating our understanding of particular events. Knowledge of an
    • event or, more precisely, a series of events well known to history and
    • Middle Ages — a series of events which, in the outer world, ended
    • eleventh century — 1096 is the year usually assigned — and
    • as a series of outer events continued until the year usually given as
    • events requires only brief mention, for the story is familiar enough in
    • Nevertheless the beginning of the Crusades is an historical event of
    • of the secrets of the stars they foresee the approaching Christ Event
    • the Event of Golgotha from a wholly super-sensible standpoint. Vision of
    • super-sensible Event, unintelligible in the natural and historical life
    • Aristotle, endeavouring to understand the Event of Golgotha with the
    • to terrestrial events.
    • materialistic. Already in the eleventh and twelfth centuries we see how
    • ninth century, from the days of Pope Nicholas I, to the eleventh
    • of the Spiritual Beings? In the ninth, tenth, and eleventh centuries,
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    • are not observed. These preventive measures are dealt with in detail
    • the way in which it sets forth the events, it follows the
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    • are not observed. These preventive measures are dealt with in detail
    • the way in which it sets forth the events, it follows the
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    • should observe the events which have taken place in the course of
    • human evolution, events that have led up to a soul-constitution which
    • Ignorabimus of du Bois-Reymond, in the early seventies. The
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    • should observe the events which have taken place in the course of
    • human evolution, events that have led up to a soul-constitution which
    • Ignorabimus of du Bois-Reymond, in the early seventies. The
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    • has appeared in the world-historical events, and this is now
    • events. If the development were to continue in this consistent way,
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    • has appeared in the world-historical events, and this is now
    • events. If the development were to continue in this consistent way,
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    • the midst of events that arouse every feeling of the human soul in
    • the deepest and most significant way. We live in the midst of events
    • feel in the manifold events of the present time, is the fact that
    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • instance, the following course of events took place: That the
    • this situation should arise, it ordered that these events should
    • out of the etheric world, so that the earth's events may take place.
    • events of our time are taking place, will be there — and these
    • can discern the spiritual behind the physical events.
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    • the midst of events that arouse every feeling of the human soul in
    • the deepest and most significant way. We live in the midst of events
    • feel in the manifold events of the present time, is the fact that
    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • instance, the following course of events took place: That the
    • this situation should arise, it ordered that these events should
    • out of the etheric world, so that the earth's events may take place.
    • events of our time are taking place, will be there — and these
    • can discern the spiritual behind the physical events.
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    • sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is one of those who strive to
    • numbers of people. This too is apparent in events of which history
    • tells. And when we understand these events we also understand why it
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    • the turn of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries right on into our
    • sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is one of those who strive to
    • numbers of people. This too is apparent in events of which history
    • tells. And when we understand these events we also understand why it
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    • of the eighteen-seventies, was preceded
    • awaken, and was thus prevented.
    • he missed it, he was prevented. But in that very time, the impression
    • event that would have led a man away from Michael was prevented by a
    • and matter-of-fact way. He was prevented from partaking in what was
    • events which were none other than the paths of Michael from the
    • destruction must eventually be settled. This is the mission of the
    • prevented, inwardly prevented, from coming near to things
    • anthroposophical. They are prevented, in
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    • awaken, and was thus prevented.
    • he missed it, he was prevented. But in that very time, the impression
    • event that would have led a man away from Michael was prevented by a
    • and matter-of-fact way. He was prevented from partaking in what was
    • events which were none other than the paths of Michael from the
    • destruction must eventually be settled. This is the mission of the
    • prevented, inwardly prevented, from coming near to things
    • anthroposophical. They are prevented, in
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    • greatest event of the earth's evolution: the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • an insight into world-events from a spiritual standpoint, must see
    • events resembling their own experiences.
    • waking up, we pass through events that are connected with the descent
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    • greatest event of the earth's evolution: the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • an insight into world-events from a spiritual standpoint, must see
    • events resembling their own experiences.
    • waking up, we pass through events that are connected with the descent
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    • becoming extremely strong, might succeed in preventing
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • never uttered about the events of the last four or five years,
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    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • never uttered about the events of the last four or five years,
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • death, as a result of these events:
    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • a real event, in the true meaning of the word, because spiritual
    • the light of spiritual science, death becomes an event,
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • result of the present historical events, but also for other reasons,
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • expression of an event connected with the Gods; it forms part of that
    • events of the present shall have passed over the earth and there will
    • admonishment that also comes from the events of our time, an
    • which constitutes the spiritual world. For even these events of our
    • inner spiritual course of events, which should, however, be grasped
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • death, as a result of these events:
    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • a real event, in the true meaning of the word, because spiritual
    • the light of spiritual science, death becomes an event,
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • result of the present historical events, but also for other reasons,
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • expression of an event connected with the Gods; it forms part of that
    • events of the present shall have passed over the earth and there will
    • admonishment that also comes from the events of our time, an
    • which constitutes the spiritual world. For even these events of our
    • inner spiritual course of events, which should, however, be grasped
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    • painter such as Raphael, or again some great religious event in
    • seventh stage, the “Resurrection” and the “Ascension.”
    • events in Palestine are historical fact and at the same time symbol.
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    • painter such as Raphael, or again some great religious event in
    • seventh stage, the “Resurrection” and the “Ascension.”
    • events in Palestine are historical fact and at the same time symbol.
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    • materialistic interpretation of the events in Palestine, from their
    • might eventually be established.
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    • materialistic interpretation of the events in Palestine, from their
    • might eventually be established.
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    • prevent me from beholding what takes place in my light-body.’
    • when the opposing Ahrimanic demons do not prevent it. There was once a time
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
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    • prevent me from beholding what takes place in my light-body.’
    • when the opposing Ahrimanic demons do not prevent it. There was once a time
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
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    • eventually be directed towards a definite culmination with which the
    • follows on after the thirty-seventh. There will be an inner
    • eventually see that it all has an inner connection, and that these lectures
    • out of the spirit. Who cares whether the public prevents any cures
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    • the seventh day when the patient can easily die, and the doctor has
    • crisis which occurs without fail on the seventh day. This is
    • reversed on the seventh day, in an ill person the ascending process
    • the reason for the pneumonia crisis on the seventh day.
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    • gather together all the threads as it were that will eventually link
    • with the occasional exception. This is the regular course of events,
    • occurs on the seventh day. A crisis arises, and the patient has to be
    • pulled through this seventh day. The temperature suddenly falls, and
    • then as a rule you do not know which the seventh day is either. But
    • pneumonia on the seventh day. Why does a special phenomenon occur at
    • all on the seventh day?
    • extent connected with it. We will eventually come to talk about what
    • temperature on the seventh day of pneumonia, but their explanation of
    • fifth, the second into the sixth and the first into the seventh
    • sixth stage as Venus, and ancient Saturn at the seventh stage as
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    • attacking a brave man who for a time holds his own but eventually
    • experiencing the Christ Event on earth, man was able to ascend to
    • And the Christ Event has given man the greatest thing possible, the
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    • inwardly instead of being occasioned by outer events. These lectures
    • spiritual insight into the connection of certain events with heavenly
    • beginning of the seventeenth century Brahmanism was absorbed into
    • Buddhism in the cultural life of India. Events on Earth are reflected
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    • inwardly instead of being occasioned by outer events. These lectures
    • in the spiritual worlds the capacity to await events with
    • ‘chance’ events, as they are called nowadays, have been
    • numerous. But this was not a chance happening; it was an event of
    • had to be created. An outer event, an external influence, was
    • outer events; since that year they have become more inward.
    • be paradoxical, but which through inner necessity I was eventually
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    • character becomes more marked the longer ago the events in question
    • We may remember events which took place very long ago in our life,
    • way if they alienate themselves from the Christ Event. True it is
    • reality of the Mystery of Golgotha they would prevent what was done
    • event to influence him or not; but the effect of the influence will
    • Spiritual-scientific understanding will eventually be replaced by
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    • humanity, this will eventually come about. Simply through paying
    • events that might have happened have a decisive influence upon the
    • might have happened and was prevented only because other conditions,
    • the seventeenth century. There is also an exposition dating from the
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    • spiritual insight into the connection of certain events with heavenly
    • in appearance at all events; we cannot, however, speak of an actual
    • constellations in the heavens genuine knowledge of spiritual events.
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    • not differ from that of Western occultism in regard to this event
    • spoken of as Gautama Buddha. And in the seventh/eighth century after
    • we revere under the name of Christian Rosenkreutz to prevent
    • power to prevent the separation, it has to be ensured that from the
    • so at the beginning of the seventeenth century there took place in
    • beginning of the seventeenth century, the Buddha relinquished his
    • part of the general stream of evolution. The event that may be called
    • and of spiritual life which began in the seventeenth century and in
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    • being, after experiencing the Christ Event in the Sun sphere between
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    • cycles: one from birth until about the seventh year, or until the
    • point between birth and the seventh year. And something similar can
    • inward members of his constitution. From birth until the seventh year
    • emphatically inner event. For the sake of clarity, here let us
    • is no longer in action. With the seventh year the formative principle
    • of what has already been established as form. After the seventh year
    • established by the seventh year, and the second teeth are what the
    • until the seventh year of his life, does everything they do for him
    • are active in the human being until the seventh year there is no more
    • a hindrance, and further growth is prevented. The formative
    • principles that are active until the seventh year of life allow the
    • confine what is elastic in the demarcated form, thus preventing any
    • about the seventh year of life (indicated in the shaded portion of
    • seventh year; these principles work from within. Then different
    • It is really as if until the seventh year of his life the human being
    • Mystery of Golgotha. In that event there came to pass something that
    • was the case after that event. Indeed the progress of these Beings
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    • eventually become aware from the way in which the thoughts which they
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    • beginning of the seventeenth century Brahmanism was absorbed into
    • Buddhism in the cultural life of India. Events on Earth are reflected
    • strife, of aggressive impulses until the beginning of the seventeenth
    • region of the Cosmos. At the beginning of the seventeenth century
    • you read that chapter again, to picture how an event here on Earth is
    • also an event in a region of the Cosmos, how this event can be
    • Old Moon eventually separated from it. The Christ Impulse continued
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    • shown in the momentous events of the Christ Being incarnating in
    • these events is illustrated by the establishing of the Gnostic
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    • Christ-Event. Chronology in the world-outlook of Zarathustra;
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    • realise that as the story of the event on Golgotha became known in
    • Aeons, one comes eventually to an Aeon from whom there arose on the
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    • questions and try to answer them, the course of events will become
    • relation to the Christ Event, it must seem as though theology had
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    • event, far back in the Lemurian Age, had not taken place in the
    • To this was added as a third event the reflection or
    • Nazareth, but we are speaking now of an event that took place in
    • willing took an orderly course. This was an important event, coming
    • events had brought order rather into the bodily constitution of man
    • this third event to come about?
    • It will be easier to recognise this third event if we
    • cosmic event reflected not only in Greek mythology but in the
    • event when the Christ ensouled the Jesus-Being and enabled him to
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    • after effects, of the threefold Christ-event, for this, as we have
    • threefold Christ-event in the souls of post-Atlantean mankind. From
    • effect of the threefold Christ-event was that which arose from the
    • Christ-event before the Atlantean catastrophe.
    • still echoing the threefold Christ-event — take in the fourth
    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • the Deluge as another important event after the creation of Adam, the
    • with the Earth-spirit is a result of the pre-earthly Christ-event,
    • Thus we can regard as the most important event in the
    • to prevent it from ever breaking out.
    • Christ-event which took place in Lemurian and Atlantean times. We saw
    • threefold Christ-event lives on. In his soul is the knowledge: “As
    • worked in the after-effects of the threefold Christ-event; we might
    • light, we see that the event they prefigure is on the meteorological
    • Christ-event, the super-earthly event which on three occasions
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    • symptom of this. There are events that reflect, as though through
    • He did so and he won the battle. A decisive event for the
    • the epoch of the Holy Rishis, will recur in the seventh, as I have
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    • Occult History: Personalities and Events in the Light of Spiritual Science,
    • events of the greatest importance for the destiny of Europe in the
    • letter written by a man who lived through these events, for it shows
    • kinds, leading often to the most terrible actions and events. They
    • of events; he is kept in ignorance precisely of all that. He is
    • because he pays heed to the superficial course of events, and so to
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    • man, this dream, evoked by an event in his youth, was periodically
    • outer events in the case of different people. Things of which we know
    • such a thing. Let us say that, in his seventh or eighth year, a child
    • sixteenth or seventeenth year at school again suffers injustice.
    • seventh or eight year, no longer consciously remembering it, but this
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    • man, this dream, evoked by an event in his youth, was periodically
    • outer events in the case of different people. Things of which we know
    • such a thing. Let us say that, in his seventh or eighth year, a child
    • sixteenth or seventeenth year at school again suffers injustice.
    • seventh or eight year, no longer consciously remembering it, but this
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    • time when a human being experiences the events between the 14th
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    • time when a human being experiences the events between the 14th
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    • they speak only of past cosmic events. That is why Saturn is
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    • they speak only of past cosmic events. That is why Saturn is
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    • eventually throw up the question: Perhaps we are not only connected
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    • eventually throw up the question: Perhaps we are not only connected
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    • event, as it is ordinarily regarded from the viewpoint of outer sense
    • of us as a one-time event; we carry the forces of death in us —
    • entrance of such an event brings about an end to life in this earthly
    • events, but we do not always need to think in terms of religion. A
    • events find their place if we know we are dealing with repeated
    • significant than all the other events of life.
    • knowledge, then this event becomes more important than anything else
    • up only those that are lifeless and designed to prevent him from
    • that human beings can take part in such events but that the result is
    • events did not stand there as a mighty, powerful sign. Such signs are
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    • and seventh centuries A.D. Beginning in the
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    • is the most significant event of all, the event which continually
    • event of their life which they have experienced here in the physical
    • world in a very short time, yet this event may have given them a
    • experience, than the events of whole months or years.
    • which he obtains through this event in a comparatively brief time —
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    • is the most significant event of all, the event which continually
    • event of their life which they have experienced here in the physical
    • world in a very short time, yet this event may have given them a
    • experience, than the events of whole months or years.
    • which he obtains through this event in a comparatively brief time —
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    • the next, you have these beings and events before you and can observe
    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • into this other being, into this other event. We can learn nothing at
    • to the other beings and events.
    • use the lotus flowers to grasp and understand the spiritual events
    • It is possible to prevent their being seized by these powers only by
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    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • into this other being, into this other event. We can learn nothing at
    • to the other beings and events.
    • use the lotus flowers to grasp and understand the spiritual events
    • It is possible to prevent their being seized by these powers only by
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • result of the present historical events, but also for other reasons,
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • strides is the external expression of an event connected with the
    • When the terrible events of the present shall have
    • This is an admonition that also comes from the events
    • these events of our time have their spiritual aspect. What they
    • external expression of an inner spiritual course of events, which
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • result of the present historical events, but also for other reasons,
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • strides is the external expression of an event connected with the
    • When the terrible events of the present shall have
    • This is an admonition that also comes from the events
    • these events of our time have their spiritual aspect. What they
    • external expression of an inner spiritual course of events, which
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    • stand out there upon the battlefields, where historic events are
    • And for those who, in consequence of these events, have
    • these great events. In other words, within our circle, we are
    • All physical events have also their spiritual
    • significance. There is no physical event which has not, at the same
    • event is that our physical body falls away from us and is at the same
    • body to the earth. This is an experience, an event, for the so-called
    • “I see growing within me, out of this event, the feeling —
    • after death, a direct experience of the event of our death.
    • At the same time, this event of our death contains
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • and beautiful event which can appear before our soul. For it always
    • events here on the physical plane.
    • This does not, however, prevent the dead from being
    • disappearance of this vision, are events of only a few centuries ago.
    • these with the real events, which you may happen to have seen
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • and sorrowful events taking place on the physical plane, here in
    • Europe — since all physical events are under the guidance of
    • the spiritual world — must flow through physical events, into
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    • stand out there upon the battlefields, where historic events are
    • And for those who, in consequence of these events, have
    • these great events. In other words, within our circle, we are
    • All physical events have also their spiritual
    • significance. There is no physical event which has not, at the same
    • event is that our physical body falls away from us and is at the same
    • body to the earth. This is an experience, an event, for the so-called
    • “I see growing within me, out of this event, the feeling —
    • after death, a direct experience of the event of our death.
    • At the same time, this event of our death contains
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • and beautiful event which can appear before our soul. For it always
    • events here on the physical plane.
    • This does not, however, prevent the dead from being
    • disappearance of this vision, are events of only a few centuries ago.
    • these with the real events, which you may happen to have seen
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • and sorrowful events taking place on the physical plane, here in
    • Europe — since all physical events are under the guidance of
    • the spiritual world — must flow through physical events, into
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    • events as regards their external side can be seen physically, such as
    • succeeds nation, we can then, at all events in an abstract form (and
    • of events leads humanity forward, although this might later be
    • seventh epoch will come, which will be a repetition of the primeval
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    • which physical events and human thought were brought together, by
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    • event. Thus in this case we can see the splitting of the Dutch people
    • several events you will find that the opportunity was here made use
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    • of the teeth, that is up to his seventh year, principally develops
    • and up to the seventh year, has for the present been repeated up to
    • last time in a particular way. Then comes the time from the seventh
    • mineral world. In the second stage, in the time between his seventh
    • seventh, there will be no question of a condition which we may
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    • guiding and directing of the events on our Earth and above all in
    • its Archangel on the other. Then took place the event in which the
    • We know that at that time the event occurred which we
    • required not only the fact that this event took place, but it
    • event, that — at a definite moment of time, which practically
    • seventeenth century (beginning from about the twelfth century), was
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    • this fact prevented the Easterner from interesting himself at the
    • divine spiritual world, they saw the events which took place in that
    • age of civilization. That is an event which could no longer be
    • events that took place in old Atlantis.
    • that which in the microcosm corresponds to the event in the
    • notice the outer material event. All that was clothed in clairvoyant
    • to that which was told him about the events which represent the
    • events have a past, which he himself can still see as a working of
    • events have a past, and the conceptions which he thus acquires are
    • Scandinavia mythology events which took place in those times, are
    • depicted in pictures of imaginative form, events for which we, in our
    • concepts instead of those former pictures. The events which took
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    • clairvoyance. Thus one of the greatest historical events, the gradual
    • And again we shall see that all the events thus presented as future
    • events could not, even down to the smallest details, be given better,
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    • the evolution of the earth an event occurred which we may describe as
    • The event of these earth-bodies being fertilized, as it
    • does not know that this event really did occur, will understand what
    • world since the event of Golgotha, will be seen by an ever increasing
    • case of such an one was in the seventeenth century, when a man called
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century the tragedy was
    • the seventeenth century. It will be a trial, a severe test for those
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    • human order,” who since the seventies of the last century have been descending
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • make these cosmic events part of an artistic conception of existence. But other
    • possible for him to become an earthly being. Through this event — through the
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • of the Event of Golgotha, human beings in general were capable of development
    • men will be capable of development only until the 21st year. In the seventh
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • decisive event, so too will be its re-entry. It is true that as human beings we
    • be a great event in earthly evolution — the re-entry of the moon into the
    • but a cosmic event. You will remember the passage in the book
    • the Jupiter-men and the others descended again to earth. Now an event of great
    • significance came to pass at the end of the seventies of last century. It is an
    • event that can be described only in the light of facts which are revealed to us
    • seventies of last century, other Beings — not of the human order — have been
    • Ahriman, leading man on towards earthly destruction and preventing him from
    • cosmic event of which we ought to be fully conscious.
    • a process of throwing sand into men's eyes so that no single event in history
    • events of fundamental and incisive importance are taking place? I have already
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    • human order,” who since the seventies of the last century have been descending
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • make these cosmic events part of an artistic conception of existence. But other
    • possible for him to become an earthly being. Through this event — through the
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • of the Event of Golgotha, human beings in general were capable of development
    • men will be capable of development only until the 21st year. In the seventh
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • decisive event, so too will be its re-entry. It is true that as human beings we
    • be a great event in earthly evolution — the re-entry of the moon into the
    • but a cosmic event. You will remember the passage in the book
    • the Jupiter-men and the others descended again to earth. Now an event of great
    • significance came to pass at the end of the seventies of last century. It is an
    • event that can be described only in the light of facts which are revealed to us
    • seventies of last century, other Beings — not of the human order — have been
    • Ahriman, leading man on towards earthly destruction and preventing him from
    • cosmic event of which we ought to be fully conscious.
    • a process of throwing sand into men's eyes so that no single event in history
    • events of fundamental and incisive importance are taking place? I have already
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    • Christ Event. Now let it come home to us that this multitude
    • elemental events of nature He was active, but never once did it occur
    • event drawn from the mysterious realms of nature take place —
    • the beginning of the course of events whereby the powers that man had
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    • which man is prevented from killing and without which he could not
    • the true goal of the Earth; he tries to prevent souls from reaching
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    • of nature and through a loving pursuit of world-events with our
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    • earth. Regard the events of history from whatever aspect you will,
    • views, we shall find that even the most distressing events in the
    • sixth and by the seventh. And I have drawn your attention to the fact
    • Indian and the seventh epoch of post-atlantean humanity. Certain
    • depicts the whole event in a most significant manner. The Egyptians
    • the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event — that
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    • come out of the spiritual world.” What is an event of great
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    • mighty event, and in the vision of the wise men from the East whose
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    • prevent this, I must bring forward something apparently personal, about
    • methods of calculating certain events which will happen in the future.
    • life of man? Its very nature, however, prevents it from interposing
    • within the Anthroposophical Society; and no one is prevented by it from
    • upon it.” The event of Golgotha gives meaning and purpose to
    • sphere, the splendour of the Christ-event and the influence of Christ
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    • considered the most significant of the world's events: the
    • occasion — arranging this or that artistic or theatrical event,
    • processes in the human body are connected with the physical events of
    • right impression if we add to the current of external human events
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    • considered the most significant of the world's events: the
    • occasion — arranging this or that artistic or theatrical event,
    • processes in the human body are connected with the physical events of
    • right impression if we add to the current of external human events
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
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    • present world conception, an influence of spiritual events, spiritual
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • and that, in case such an event should have indeed happened once on a
    • these events can be pointed out only inasmuch as they demonstrate the
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    • present world conception, an influence of spiritual events, spiritual
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • and that, in case such an event should have indeed happened once on a
    • these events can be pointed out only inasmuch as they demonstrate the
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    • single events and achievements which cannot recur, at least in that
    • series of events occurring in some sort of sequence and never
    • development is possible in the succession of historical events. In
    • Paul, and other figures that influence events and in the truest sense
    • pointers to the Christ Event and we have to take them just as
    • should note the following — When developments at Rome prevented
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    • single events and achievements which cannot recur, at least in that
    • series of events occurring in some sort of sequence and never
    • development is possible in the succession of historical events. In
    • Paul, and other figures that influence events and in the truest sense
    • pointers to the Christ Event and we have to take them just as
    • should note the following — When developments at Rome prevented
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • relate to recent or not-so-recent events, or scenes where such events
    • deal with the events of the day.
    • fills our perception when we dream, as events and material things
    • ourselves as we have here to a thought representing a past event. We
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    • events described, the listeners out of egotism feel that their
    • religions appeared throughout history to prevent people from having
    • and took on the role of a prophet. Such an event opens the door to
    • is only with great sorrow one lives through the events that had to be
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    • of events. We are unconscious in sleep; our consciousness dissolves
    • finally encompasses concrete events and beings that are just as real
    • Eventually, people will
    • modern culture will eventually come to the point Giordano Bruno did.
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    • physical symptoms — fairy tales can help to prevent illnesses.
    • prevent having to live in a future filled with nothing other than
    • truly ecumenical Easter event.
    • different event that was connected to the time when the sun reaches
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    • the poet's seventh year the poetic and spiritual muse drew near. At
    • thing is that Hamerling ascribes his poetic calling to such an event,
    • with this and much else. Let me just mention one more event as a
    • description. The event I am referring to happened when Hamerling had
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    • prevent the images from darting about in a fantastic way. Only
    • remonstrance. For things, subjects, events, he will not easily show
    • will not interest himself easily in objects and events. One must
    • surround him with things and cause events to occur near him
    • and reason at all: we can seek out the very subjects and events which
    • upon insignificant events and facts. If he thus seeks out
    • diverted to the right objects and events.
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    • prevent the images from darting about in a fantastic way. Only
    • remonstrance. For things, subjects, events, he will not easily show
    • will not interest himself easily in objects and events. One must
    • surround him with things and cause events to occur near him
    • and reason at all: we can seek out the very subjects and events which
    • upon insignificant events and facts. If he thus seeks out
    • diverted to the right objects and events.
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    • then lost to man. In the very events of the times — whether
    • detect how completely the ring of events even in the Middle Ages
    • differed from that of events to-day, because the souls of men
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    • then lost to man. In the very events of the times — whether
    • detect how completely the ring of events even in the Middle Ages
    • differed from that of events to-day, because the souls of men
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    • Fingal's Cave. We shall imagine these events rightly if we
    • least, something of the deep and mysterious events which do indeed
    • reign in the history of mankind, events which occurred long before
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    • Fingal's Cave. We shall imagine these events rightly if we
    • least, something of the deep and mysterious events which do indeed
    • reign in the history of mankind, events which occurred long before
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    • the attitude of mind which has culminated in the catastrophic events
    • nowadays tries to interpret certain facts and events of history, he
    • understand either the human beings or the events of the present age
    • truth, or at all events diverges very widely from the truth. It is
    • all events kept the original population in a state of subjection. We
    • of certain facts and events of the spiritual worlds. Those faculties
    • at all events — are incarnated today in the peoples of modern
    • example, that our Waldorf School shall be prevented from becoming a
    • point of view either of inherited characteristics or of events
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    • the attitude of mind which has culminated in the catastrophic events
    • nowadays tries to interpret certain facts and events of history, he
    • understand either the human beings or the events of the present age
    • truth, or at all events diverges very widely from the truth. It is
    • all events kept the original population in a state of subjection. We
    • of certain facts and events of the spiritual worlds. Those faculties
    • at all events — are incarnated today in the peoples of modern
    • example, that our Waldorf School shall be prevented from becoming a
    • point of view either of inherited characteristics or of events
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    • men and events, and discovered deep spiritual relationships. He is a
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    • men and events, and discovered deep spiritual relationships. He is a
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    • THE EVENT OF THE CHRIST.”
    • world's course of events. They can easily be recognized as
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    • THE EVENT OF THE CHRIST.”
    • world's course of events. They can easily be recognized as
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • horizon of our consciousness appear forms, beings, and events
    • one in which Nature's course of events is compared with the
    • of events upon the earth during a whole year. The simile will
    • agree if we take the whole year and compare its events with the
    • What is memory? The picture of an event which we experienced
    • the stream of Karma darkens our outlook into the events which may
    • event we may say that the will had nothing to do with it, for
    • Franceschi could not influence the events with his own will; he
    • deepening, so that they can see events in which the will must
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    • horizon of our consciousness appear forms, beings, and events
    • one in which Nature's course of events is compared with the
    • of events upon the earth during a whole year. The simile will
    • agree if we take the whole year and compare its events with the
    • What is memory? The picture of an event which we experienced
    • the stream of Karma darkens our outlook into the events which may
    • event we may say that the will had nothing to do with it, for
    • Franceschi could not influence the events with his own will; he
    • deepening, so that they can see events in which the will must
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    • and events, but the way in which the soul tentatively begins to experience
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    • provides. Thus the human physical organism comes eventually to be very
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    • speaking, actual events have nothing at all to do with the laws of Nature.
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    • enters the human organism and eventually reaches the head in an extremely
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    • who has a more inner consciousness and reaches inspiration. The events
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    • consists of events. One gazes into a tableau and surveys one's whole life
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    • a gigantic perspective. These pictures are suddenly there: the events
    • so the temporal events of our earthly life are now seen side by side
    • painful events, as something that belongs to our human being as a whole.
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    • prevent the influence of Lenin and Trotsky from spreading over the
    • events of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and it was no longer so
    • certainly not have entered had it not been for recent events here, of
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    • events of a dream. The ordinary uncontrolled flow of man’s
    • secular rulers. All this did not prevent there being free discussion
    • for thereby one succeeds in preventing men from developing in the way
    • prevent this? The theologian is made to take the oath against
    • significant events of metahistory, and in it one has to do with a
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    • these facts can be regarded in connection with very familiar events
    • astonishment. There are many such events. What are they?
    • events. In waking life we are even astonished if somebody leaps high
    • entirely independent of the external significance of events. We could
    • prevents him from getting to sleep. It happens at the moment when we
    • inconspicuous beetle or worm, as about the greatest cosmic events.
    • for an explanation of them, because these events are startling and
    • him will arise; a future event, which will happen because of his
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    • these facts can be regarded in connection with very familiar events
    • astonishment. There are many such events. What are they?
    • events. In waking life we are even astonished if somebody leaps high
    • entirely independent of the external significance of events. We could
    • prevents him from getting to sleep. It happens at the moment when we
    • inconspicuous beetle or worm, as about the greatest cosmic events.
    • for an explanation of them, because these events are startling and
    • him will arise; a future event, which will happen because of his
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    • clear that just as other incisive events in human evolution come
    • physical body will not take place until the seventh condition, and
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    • physical body will not take place until the seventh condition, and
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    • bring about eventually the meeting with this friend. We can go
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • preventing our being present. We are not there; we — who are
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    • bring about eventually the meeting with this friend. We can go
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • preventing our being present. We are not there; we — who are
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    • The Event of Death and Facts about the Time.
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    • The Event of Death and Facts about the Time.
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    • a vivid recollection of some event that took place ten years ago in a wood
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    • Event at Damascus, or
    • The Event at Damascus and the new
    • Easter festival, on the other hand, is intended to remind us of an event
    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • of the events in
    • left Paul unconvinced; when these events in
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the event at
    • the nature of the event that befell him at
    • speaks of the event of
    • we can discern that he speaks as one who through this event attained
    • experience a like parallelism only up to the twenty-seventh year and it
    • not an event that can be grasped by any thinking concerned entirely
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • sixty-seventh or sixty-eighth year. This time was spent in carrying the
    • through Initiation) of this event, that he was able to be the one to
    • goes so far as to explain the event at
    • present-day theologians put a materialistic interpretation upon the event of
    • event of the appearance of Christ Jesus in earthly evolution. The very
    • this way, he was pointing to the mighty Event which made such a deep
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • of the events in
    • left Paul unconvinced; when these events in
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the event at
    • the nature of the event that befell him at
    • speaks of the event of
    • we can discern that he speaks as one who through this event attained
    • experience a like parallelism only up to the twenty-seventh year and it
    • not an event that can be grasped by any thinking concerned entirely
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • sixty-seventh or sixty-eighth year. This time was spent in carrying the
    • through Initiation) of this event, that he was able to be the one to
    • goes so far as to explain the event at
    • present-day theologians put a materialistic interpretation upon the event of
    • event of the appearance of Christ Jesus in earthly evolution. The very
    • this way, he was pointing to the mighty Event which made such a deep
    • this Event. If we look back into pre-Christian times, and especially into
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    • of a mechanical stirrer even when many cow-horns were needed. Eventually,
    • In storing the cow-horns and their contents, how should one prevent
    • example, we found that if we wished absolutely to prevent the possibility
    • (We only put pig's bladder over the top to prevent the soil from falling
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    • to prevent the loss of the manure-juice?
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    • and eventually sclerotic.
    • plants which animals will eat, the eventual result is even more harmful,
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    • in our time are all too numerous, preventing one from calling forth a
    • are eventually led to the most alarming results in practical life.
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    • eventually be led back again into the great Universe. It must be able
    • delicate design, must eventually be able to vanish again. It is not
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    • growing what leads eventually to the formation of the tree as a whole.
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    • can utterly prevent the soil's receiving from the world-circumference,
    • prevent the Earth from drawing into itself what it needs by way of silicic
    • It should on no account be weeded out. (Needless to say, we should prevent
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    • air whose temperature is seventy degrees centigrade, hot or cold, above
    • Moon-influence prevents what should work upward from the earth from
    • more “earthiness” and prevent it from absorbing the excessive
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    • process — all that is going on in there. That which eventually
    • time and the second time. But eventually — when the farmer sees
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    • Mysteries became an historical event. A true historical
    • event took place in the Sacrificial Death of Christ Jesus.
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    • fourth event in the Mysteries. Only one who was transformed
    • Mysteries became an historical event. A true historical
    • event took place in the Sacrificial Death of Christ Jesus.
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    • met with in Europe right up to the Sixteenth or Seventeenth
    • began to be broken, a significant event took place in the
    • concerned themselves rather with the events and affairs of
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    • began to be broken, a significant event took place in the
    • concerned themselves rather with the events and affairs of
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    • forces. All forces which eventually become ascending forces are at first
    • the lowest member. They have yet an eleventh member. And finally there
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    • event, but within the whole forming of globes, within this whole crystallizing
    • physical event: we must under-stand it as the deed of the Fire-Spirits
    • in addition there is always the spiritual process. This does not prevent
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    • bodies and then they have the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh members.
    • of the ego was an event of which someone could say: “Nothing special
    • happened; I do not acknowledge it, that is simply an event as others
    • of spirit-self or Manas, even so there has been an event of fundamental
    • of developing not only Manas, but life-spirit or Budhi. And this event
    • is the Deed on Golgotha. This event is the appearance of Christ on earth!
    • It may be that some people will deny that to-day, but this event was
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    • event... June 4, 1908.
    • only when viewed in the light of spiritual science that events in the
    • spiritual events of our life are continued, how lies, calumnies, bad
    • Ours will be followed by a sixth and a seventh epoch. Whereas in the
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    • event in the spiritual world above: a split among the
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    • world-shaking events have not happened. But are not men
    • revolutionising events were taking place outside the human
    • are in the midst of the events. At long last we are
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    • been preceded by many and important events which happened
    • present earthly life — events moreover which were
    • of still earlier events, but we have to begin
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    • look at such events as this. For these things were really
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    • Michael event, and in the time when the old, dark Age of
    • shall we be able to understand certain extra-karmic events
    • name of Gregory the Seventh.
    • example, an event of deep significance when Alain de Lille,
    • secret and mysterious ways, through the events of the time.
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    • the events in the physical and super-physical worlds which
    • that the age of darkness led eventually to that condition
    • three centuries before the end of the eighteen-seventies,
    • that began at the end of the seventies of the last century,
    • arose that mighty historic tendency which led eventually to
    • and unique event.
    • and awe-inspiring event, above all for those who belonged
    • incisive event to see the Intelligence pouring down, as it
    • to find it again when at the end of the seventies of the
    • events, but it shows itself even in the facts that lie
    • souls were taking part in an awe-inspiring event that could
    • of the hearts of men, such an event had taken place; and
    • forth, when all manner of remarkable events were happening
    • head-organization. Once again a great event had taken
    • that at the end of the eighteen-seventies the dominion of
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    • could not awaken, and was thus prevented.
    • it, he was prevented. But in that very time, the impression
    • Some event that would have led a man away from Michael was
    • prevented by a friend or someone else coming and taking him
    • prevented from partaking in what was karmically set before
    • men were led into events which were none other than the
    • from destruction must eventually be settled. This is the
    • prevented, inwardly prevented, from coming near to things
    • anthroposophical. They are prevented, in spite of all that
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    • living through the events again in backward order. Then he
    • the outer events in mankind even as they are shaped and
    • one important event which made a deep impression, above
    • an altogether outstanding event, which I have often
    • earth. This most significant event took place in the year
    • alone. You must see clearly what kind of an event this was.
    • an outcome of cosmic events, a split among the Angeloi who
    • given for an overwhelming event in the spiritual world
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    • question, it will be guided to an event which in reality
    • without an understanding of it? And the event to which
    • event, the sending out of the Holy Spirit. Therefore the
    • anthroposophical sense, is directed to the Pentecost event,
    • event. What was then the Pentecost event? The question was
    • What was the Pentecost event? the Fifth Gospel begins.
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    • event. In the first lecture I indicated that our
    • investigation can at least begin with this event. For this
    • event presents itself to clairvoyance as a kind of
    • extraordinary events, and we will have to recall –
    • dream from which they awoke with the Pentecost event. And
    • waking in the morning remembers the last events before
    • dream. Above all he learned to see the event, about which
    • understanding of that event the fecundation by
    • during a solar eclipse. And this external event is an
    • though reading what that natural event signifies: With
    • aside. These are all factual events; I can do naught else
    • approach these events if we clairvoyantly take the path
    • the quake were normal natural events is not denied; but he
    • who follows these events clairvoyantly reads them as I have
    • all-encompassing love at the Pentecost event. And now he
    • event of Golgotha really took place, and that the body
    • a sleep which lasted through the event of Golgotha, and out
    • back, the great events dawned on them which had to do with
    • Ascension until the Pentecost event seemed to be a period
    • individual events emerged in the apostles' souls.
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    • with the words: Since the Pentecost event the Christ-being
    • souls. Why did the events of Palestine take place? In order
    • event in Palestine was unique is something which I have
    • to clearly understand the Pentecost event in the sense of
    • he became a “Sun-Hero”, in the seventh a
    • natural event by Christ's apostles during Pentecost.
    • evolution. In order for that to happen, the events of
    • correctly understand those extraordinary events of
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    • all the events there wouldn't be enough books in the
    • sixteen, seventeen years old. For the Bath Kol revealed to
    • – in his sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth years
    • began traveling around during his sixteenth, seventeenth,
    • was the second meaningful event, the second meaningful
    • events which made the strongest impression on the maturing
    • this misery be prevented?
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    • is interconnected, and that an event of such importance
    • evolution. We recognize just what the event of Golgotha
    • of Nazareth's soul after all the important events
    • had become wiser over time as a result of the events
    • the event took place which I have often described: the
    • what a hugely important event that was! Let us try to feel
    • state that one or another detail may eventually be
    • throw you down and the human body prevents you from
    • which befell him during the temptation event, which is
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • which we live. These pictures reflect the mighty spiritual events
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • in the seventy-four miniatures of the Trier Apocalypse from the ninth
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • the next sixty years eventually led him to imprisonment on the island
    • This description of future events provides the basis for Steiner's
    • Eventually Steiner pointed
    • to the year 1933 for the appearance of Christ in the etheric, an event
    • to grasp the etheric event of Christ's reappearance, it is necessary
    • all against all, is to take place at the end of the seventh post-Atlantean
    • with the incarnation of Ahriman, an event projected to take place in
    • the nature and timing of these events, as well as a clear distinction
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • existence the possibility of a seventh epoch which itself will form
    • conditions of life from our own. This seventh epoch will end with a
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • existence the possibility of a seventh epoch which itself will form
    • conditions of life from our own. This seventh epoch will end with a
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • With the seventh the revelation becomes audible: the seven trumpets
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • first time, something was experienced as an external physical event
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • of the fifth root race and are living toward the sixth and seventh subrace,
    • major third, perfect fourth, perfect fifth, major sixth, major seventh
    • Post-Atlantean and the last two, the sixth and seventh epochs. Each
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • time, always a prophetic book. One who experiences the events of the
    • events of the future — a profound mystery of the future is present
    • means, at the same time, penetrating the secrets of future events. Hence,
    • The seventh letter is
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • Apocalypse certain events in the evolution of the earth and humanity,
    • anything about the future; he was describing events that lie in the
    • it was not hard to prove that such events did occur in those regions
    • the disciples who experienced the events in Palestine with Jesus. Neither
    • did he experience the tragic ending of those events: the crucifixion
    • Damascus event he could never have believed that the one who died on
    • to them in a glorious light. What they had experienced as a future event,
    • this we see from all the letters Paul wrote. He saw this event as something
    • details what the impulse behind this Christ event should mean for all
    • And in the seven trumpets, he portrays the seven cultures of the seventh
    • the pictures of the astral world. The seventh great main epoch, on the
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • ways events of the past are led over into the future — behind
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • the Christ event for our ability to ascend with the achievements of
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • the event that is called the war of all against all.
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • in the seventh or eighth century before Christ and lasted until the
    • to experience a darkening if the event of Golgotha had not occurred,
    • if the light coming forth from this event had not had its effect. After
    • gossip about the event of Golgotha. But in terms of scientific, logical
    • a fraction remaining for the seventh age. The further course of human
    • age must found a new culture after the war of all against all. The seventh
    • culture, will be perceptible on the earth in the seventh age. But these
    • the entire culture of earth has to offer. The seventh age will be such
    • the seventh age, human beings wholly entangled in matter will no longer
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • after the Christ event we see how Christian writers were still working
    • the sixth and seventh centuries onward, great proclaimers of Christianity
    • from the Christ event to succeeding times.
    • In the eleventh and twelfth
    • the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries such people became
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • being. What is taken in today will be sealed into souls. After the seventh
    • like ancient scrolls. What is intended is a succession of events. The
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • them. Only through the event of Golgotha did light again penetrate into
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • matter below. He sees this very clearly the moment the seventh seal
    • seventh trumpet sounds forth a kind of blessed state will come upon
    • the earth from the event of Golgotha onward. After working on the earth
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • behind: such human beings who could not prevent themselves from dropping
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    • reflect mighty spiritual events in our time. Our task is to learn to
    • on the I came through the event of Golgotha. All the preceding epochs
    • and the seventh: “the other has not yet come.”
    • were initiated before the event of Golgotha must make up for the
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    • recognize the importance and significance of this event in history. I refer
    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • already said, we will not consider now the more external side of the event,
    • into the service of the course of events. And it was intended that what lived
    • historical event. Christian initiation may be attained in the manner
    • outwardly visible events, if into these streams had been allowed to flow what
    • existence through birth, then, already before the event, forces are directed
    • now, when an event takes place such as happened with the Templars, something
    • we want to do is to look at history objectively. The events of modern times
    • aspersion on any event in history; the events of history, must however be
    • tremendous event, an event the influence of which was felt throughout the
    • with understanding the events of history.) The French Revolution strove for a
    • shadow of the event I have described today, the event which left
    • events that happen in the world must not be looked upon as erroneous in
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
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    • recognize the importance and significance of this event in history. I refer
    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • already said, we will not consider now the more external side of the event,
    • into the service of the course of events. And it was intended that what lived
    • historical event. Christian initiation may be attained in the manner
    • outwardly visible events, if into these streams had been allowed to flow what
    • existence through birth, then, already before the event, forces are directed
    • now, when an event takes place such as happened with the Templars, something
    • we want to do is to look at history objectively. The events of modern times
    • aspersion on any event in history; the events of history, must however be
    • tremendous event, an event the influence of which was felt throughout the
    • with understanding the events of history.) The French Revolution strove for a
    • shadow of the event I have described today, the event which left
    • events that happen in the world must not be looked upon as erroneous in
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
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    • prevents this nervous system from knowing something about the
    • the pituitary body is there as a last outpost to prevent the approach
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    • take the opening words of Genesis as referring to events which can be
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    • event which we can see as the recapitulation at a higher level of an
    • the events there described really took place in the sphere of
    • the sensible out of the super-sensible, and that the events with which
    • it opens are super-sensible events, even if they are only one stage
    • higher than the ordinary physical events which proceeded from them
    • cohering. That is the course of events which is expressed in modern
    • begun to operate from without. Hence a repetition of this event (the
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    • themselves known in the form of successive events in time. A correct
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    • end of the series of events described in the Genesis account of the
    • that event occurred, so beautifully expressed in the words And
    • consider yet another event. We have stressed the point that things
    • events to the same cause. The spiritual investigator has to see in
    • with the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It would never have
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    • from the earth. This was a very important event. It had to take place
    • important event, which took place as we know during the Lemurian
    • The course of events
    • fourth “day” of creation, and getting near to the event
    • whole series of events are the great benefactors of man. Who were
    • brought about the mighty event of the moon's withdrawal and thereby
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    • coincided with the cosmic event which we have called the advancement
    • into his body earlier, let us say, during the events of the fifth
    • of life. The event which is described as the creation of man by
    • of yet a seventh “day” of creation, and we are told that
    • on this seventh “day” the Elohim rested. What does that
    • Sabbath day, by the seventh “day” of creation.
    • to the sixth and seventh “days” of creation, that is,
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    • until the time of its second dentition around the seventh year. Far
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    • if we are cowards, we are frightened by this or that event if we have
    • love itself with the force of an event of nature, as it can be
    • soul-shaking event called the Meeting with the Guardian of the Threshold.
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    • if we are cowards, we are frightened by this or that event if we have
    • love itself with the force of an event of nature, as it can be
    • soul-shaking event called the Meeting with the Guardian of the Threshold.
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    • natural wonder. What is really the crucial event of the drama?
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • history of the human soul. It is the event for which Spiritual
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • had paved the way for it, this event did take place, the soul is
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    • today we should call it a miracle if we were to perceive an event in
    • perceive directly a spiritual event which he could not understand and
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • natural event. You see how these concepts have changed. For the
    • intervention of the spirit in events on the physical plane to be
    • learn to feel again that the spiritual is active in everyday events
    • in the soul of Strader. There we see how such an event as Theodora's
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • such an event acts upon the heart as an ordeal of the soul. This
    • of the regular, normal course of natural events, events which can be
    • other events, events which also take place on the physical plane, but
    • the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as to the
    • relationship between things and events in the physical world? It is
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    • events took place. That means that as time went on Christ brought
    • and they will be the spiritual leaders of the seventh post-Atlantean
    • majesty; but in the most advanced men of the seventh culture-epoch it
    • the seventh culture-epoch of post-Atlantean humanity.Thus we see that
    • also for Angels, Archangels and Archai — the Christ-event
    • the event which culminated on the physical plane in the Mystery of
    • time that a number of men will repeat this event of Damascus and
    • immensity of the Christ-event, we see that it is because Christ has
    • Golgotha would be lost if, after that event, He whom we rightly call
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    • possible? It was possible because this significant event of the
    • Golgotha, echoes another momentous event that took place in the
    • during the Sun evolution another important event took place. You
    • important event for the Earth was prepared in the old Sun, we see
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    • parts. That is a most significant event. These forces from cosmic
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan. In fact, through that event an
    • peculiar quality. It arrests the astrality which rises up, prevents
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    • tragedy as a representation of connected events calculated to arouse
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    • events hover. The man thrusts his knife into the body of the sacrificial
    • must forego the profundities of St. Mark's Gospel, it will prevent any
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    • survey of events which show how the coming of Christ-Jesus is related
    • phenomena on earth represents the culmination of actual historical events,
    • events proceed. — Through Abraham's devotion to Jahve was made
    • Pharaoh was incapable of effective action when unprecedented events
    • its seventh year in the bodily care of the parents. During this period,
    • the seventh year. Everything that then happened was for the purpose
    • the Promised Land. Events in the outer history of the Hebrew people,
    • and who wished to prevent men from losing their identity as separate
    • revealed when the historical aspect of events is studied in the light
    • unique event, that out of history itself, out of the historical flow
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    • life converged, in order, eventually, in the great Christian stream,
    • they all have: they speak of an event that is to come, but neglect so
    • of understanding the Christ Event, which — to characterise one
    • to be able to understand the Christ Event. In the earliest times there
    • events of his life otherwise completely forgotton. Moreover the nature
    • the Baptism of John were able to say: A great and momentous event has come
    • supreme an event had come to pass.
    • the approaching Christ Event. — Only in this light are the words
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    • dead that prevents the hearing. The common error about memory. The
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    • are outside, as well as to those who, in consequence of these events
    • lessons enough from the seriousness of the events of the present
    • mysteriously from weighty and significant events as well as from
    • the terrible events of the times. We may say that everything that can
    • lessons have been learnt from the great events that have occurred;
    • only at the eleventh hour. That is characteristic, for elasticity of
    • dreamt’ of the historical events of humanity. I tried to make
    • most recent events if Spiritual Science is left out of account. I
    • other hand, this hidden life of mankind knocks at the door of events,
    • this soul, in the seventh year of her life, had an experience with
    • many other things they could only be learnt from the incisive events
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    • events of deep, dreamless sleep. It is a fact that the actual essence
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    • life and its task. By our communion with the dead we can prevent our
    • between events in life. We do not reflect upon life with that subtle
    • probable chain of events, so that, I might say, an atmosphere of
    • events: the search for it is of the utmost importance. Such things as
    • its part in present events can be derived from reading the course of
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    • happened — what is in a sense prevented. In order to give at
    • a man might, for instance, be prevented by a visitor from starting
    • reflect how many events of a similar kind meet us in the course of a
    • different course, just as do the events in our own lives when
    • man's life is seventy to ninety years but that by far the greater
    • materialistic sense, fate is simply made up of events which they
    • events ‘befall’ us. Let us take a striking example, one
    • he was to be betrothed, he would find that events had not taken place
    • prevent man from finding constant fault with his destiny; but if he
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    • the dead experienced the event side by side with us and making this
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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • of the soul. Then there broke upon human evolution the Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha, the Incarnation of Christ as Man, met
    • emanating from the Event of Golgotha to flow into man's more or less
    • and less understanding for the Event that had united itself
    • with human evolution in a super-sensible way — the Event of
    • respect. Now the point had been reached when the Event of Golgotha
    • of the faithful. Even for these the Event of Golgotha was, in the
    • this which will also lead it to the super-sensible nature of the Event
    • of Golgotha. Then this unique Event will appear as the kind of
    • knowledge the Event of Golgotha will be divested of all its
    • that prevents people from seeing the true mystery — and which
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • distress will no doubt eventually drive us into going the other way.
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • of the soul. Then there broke upon human evolution the Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha, the Incarnation of Christ as Man, met
    • emanating from the Event of Golgotha to flow into man's more or less
    • and less understanding for the Event that had united itself
    • with human evolution in a super-sensible way — the Event of
    • respect. Now the point had been reached when the Event of Golgotha
    • of the faithful. Even for these the Event of Golgotha was, in the
    • this which will also lead it to the super-sensible nature of the Event
    • of Golgotha. Then this unique Event will appear as the kind of
    • knowledge the Event of Golgotha will be divested of all its
    • that prevents people from seeing the true mystery — and which
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • distress will no doubt eventually drive us into going the other way.
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    • We know that in all events and occurrences that take
    • place before our senses, spiritual events are interwoven. We know
    • mineral things and events of the Earth and the whole plant world have
    • We turn from this mystic event, through which we are
    • of the mighty events of the cosmos — of the vast cycle of
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    • We know that in all events and occurrences that take
    • place before our senses, spiritual events are interwoven. We know
    • mineral things and events of the Earth and the whole plant world have
    • We turn from this mystic event, through which we are
    • of the mighty events of the cosmos — of the vast cycle of
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • individual concern, that they will eventually have to take up the
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • individual concern, that they will eventually have to take up the
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • at all events the whole of civilised mankind.
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    • at all events the whole of civilised mankind.
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • the event of Mystery of Golgotha on evolution are always
    • through contemplation of this Event, the seer beholds the
    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • divine-spiritual Powers. Through a deeply shattering event
    • present, and that the Event of Golgotha is unique in the
    • of spirit are open can themselves behold this Event, for in
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • of Atlantis saw into the future, foresaw the great events of
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • the epoch when the Event of Golgotha was to take place, men
    • created after the Event of Golgotha and influenced by its
    • Event of Golgotha something was communicated to Earth
    • to the souls then living in yonder world. Then came the Event
    • world an event of the physical world which forms the
    • Gospels which tell of the Event of Golgotha. A man who studies
    • Since the Event of
    • spiritual world are but the effects. But since the Event of
    • an understanding of the Event of Golgotha, the body will be
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • the event of Mystery of Golgotha on evolution are always
    • through contemplation of this Event, the seer beholds the
    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • divine-spiritual Powers. Through a deeply shattering event
    • present, and that the Event of Golgotha is unique in the
    • of spirit are open can themselves behold this Event, for in
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • of Atlantis saw into the future, foresaw the great events of
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • the epoch when the Event of Golgotha was to take place, men
    • created after the Event of Golgotha and influenced by its
    • Event of Golgotha something was communicated to Earth
    • to the souls then living in yonder world. Then came the Event
    • world an event of the physical world which forms the
    • Gospels which tell of the Event of Golgotha. A man who studies
    • Since the Event of
    • spiritual world are but the effects. But since the Event of
    • an understanding of the Event of Golgotha, the body will be
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • the hearts and souls of those taking part. Though this or that event
    • events which escape the ordinary human powers of perception still
    • usual among us. Such events are only really perceptible when we study
    • the manifold stormy events of to-day. It is regarded as something
    • world through the gate of birth is an important event. Its effect is
    • perception. But other events of to-day are speaking to us loudly and
    • can study the course of this catastrophe and, finally, the events
    • “thought-mummies” in the face of current events —
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • events of four or five years ago? Did they really know what they were
    • the terrible nature of present world-events, discovers what people
    • blundering through sheer incapacity to grasp world-events.
    • the face of world-events that have come upon them. A most serious
    • thought, the old ways of regarding world-events, came to full
    • behind present events waits concealed what can only be understood
    • event in the series that led to the outbreak of the catastrophe of
    • night but which is produced from out of the events of the day, it
    • than any previous event, arisen from external, purely material
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
    • taking part. The will not to see events as they are is still a
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    • the hearts and souls of those taking part. Though this or that event
    • events which escape the ordinary human powers of perception still
    • usual among us. Such events are only really perceptible when we study
    • the manifold stormy events of to-day. It is regarded as something
    • world through the gate of birth is an important event. Its effect is
    • perception. But other events of to-day are speaking to us loudly and
    • can study the course of this catastrophe and, finally, the events
    • “thought-mummies” in the face of current events —
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • events of four or five years ago? Did they really know what they were
    • the terrible nature of present world-events, discovers what people
    • blundering through sheer incapacity to grasp world-events.
    • the face of world-events that have come upon them. A most serious
    • thought, the old ways of regarding world-events, came to full
    • behind present events waits concealed what can only be understood
    • event in the series that led to the outbreak of the catastrophe of
    • night but which is produced from out of the events of the day, it
    • than any previous event, arisen from external, purely material
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
    • taking part. The will not to see events as they are is still a
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • through events which lie deep in the subconscious, disturbing that
    • the material events can be reduced can that gain ground in us which
    • process of breathing and feeling. When the soul-feeling events unite
    • that in the rhythmic events life can always be held back and will
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    • through events which lie deep in the subconscious, disturbing that
    • the material events can be reduced can that gain ground in us which
    • process of breathing and feeling. When the soul-feeling events unite
    • that in the rhythmic events life can always be held back and will
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • the Græco-Roman the fourth; the sixth and seventh epochs will
    • sixth and seventh. The essential characteristic of our present fifth
    • followed by the seventh, when the moral life will be still further deepened.
    • actions, in the seventh epoch the natural outcome of such
    • seventh will be characterised by an active moral life.
    • into the soul; and in the seventh, the forces of Higher Devachan will
    • phases of evolution through the fifth, sixth and seventh
    • and in the seventh epoch, cleverness without morality will be
    • and seventh epochs of civilisation the Christ Impulse will gain
    • Before the Event of Golgotha
    • Earth in order to prepare for that Event and give teaching to those
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • Bodhisattva — who would eventually become a Buddha
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    • the Græco-Roman the fourth; the sixth and seventh epochs will
    • sixth and seventh. The essential characteristic of our present fifth
    • followed by the seventh, when the moral life will be still further deepened.
    • actions, in the seventh epoch the natural outcome of such
    • seventh will be characterised by an active moral life.
    • into the soul; and in the seventh, the forces of Higher Devachan will
    • phases of evolution through the fifth, sixth and seventh
    • and in the seventh epoch, cleverness without morality will be
    • and seventh epochs of civilisation the Christ Impulse will gain
    • Before the Event of Golgotha
    • Earth in order to prepare for that Event and give teaching to those
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • Bodhisattva — who would eventually become a Buddha
  • Title: Lecture: Hidden Forces of Soul-Life
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    • 20th century, an event will occur, in human evolution, which we may
    • training — that such an event must indeed take place, during
    • either some event which takes place in the physical world —
    • senses — or an event taking place in the super-sensible world.
    • projected in very dramatic pictures, imagines these to be events, let
  • Title: Lecture: Hidden Forces of Soul-Life
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    • 20th century, an event will occur, in human evolution, which we may
    • training — that such an event must indeed take place, during
    • either some event which takes place in the physical world —
    • senses — or an event taking place in the super-sensible world.
    • projected in very dramatic pictures, imagines these to be events, let
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • the great events of existence, and only when we judge our own life on
    • for the great Christ event. Indeed they felt that precisely because
    • event all the more. This is because these early readers of the
    • four different representations of one event, each taken from
    • another point of view. They provide a complete picture of the event
    • are combined that a complete idea of the event in Palestine emerges.
    • People back then felt they had to look up to the Christ event with
    • perspectives, for clearly this event is so great that it cannot be
    • they had to be grateful to have four Gospels describing this event
    • we call the Christ event is a tremendous, mighty event in the
    • spiritual evolution of humanity. What place does that event in
    • had previously experienced spiritually merged in this event in
    • event in Palestine took place. Another stream proceeded from
    • profoundly these Gospels record the event that inaugurated our era!
    • That event is so great that the four evangelists found that each of
    • described this event according to his own limited powers. When we see
    • The other evangelists have described the event on the basis of their
    • initiations. The event they recorded is so profound that we must be
    • grows when we study this greatest of human events. I wanted to give
    • you an idea of how deeply this event should be taken and how profound
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • have tried to recreate in our minds the great event in Palestine, the
    • an ever-increasing appreciation of this unique event in our souls. I
    • great event from one perspective only, just as we take pictures or
    • consider the great event of Palestine from one particular
    • gives us an insight into these events from a perspective we may call
    • be acquired. For Isaiah pointed to the great, tremendous event that
    • was to be the most significant event in human evolution. What was he
    • the time of the Christ event, it entered an evolutionary
    • an event occurred when the individuality who lived in Elijah was
    • greatest event in human evolution. You then
    • many learned ignoramuses try to interpret spiritual events by
    • who really do not know anything, interpret human events from the
    • steps on a map, you have a diagram of a cosmic event: the influence
    • of repetition of the Zarathustra events had to occur in the body of
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Four: The Universal Human: The Unification of Humanity through the Christ Impulse
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    • existed that would have prevented our physical body from developing
    • seventh, a fourth in the first post-Atlantean period, a fifth in the
    • second post-Atlantean period, a sixth in the third, and a seventh in
    • of the sixth Atlantean period into the seventh, and even into the
    • sixth another, in the seventh again another; in the first
    • be taken to prevent such a development. Physical evolution had
    • precautions had to be taken to prevent complete failure and to
    • at its goal in the seventh post-Atlantean epoch, after which it will
    • post-Atlantean period that understanding for that event will
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • strives to call forth clear mental images of processes and events
    • events, in like measure will the inner thoughts of the universe work
    • that we do understand — events, for example, that take place around
    • events in the present which we follow out in thought into the future, and
    • lying in the things and events themselves — that there is something
    • An event that
    • follow the events back to the previous day, you construct the causes
    • things, enabled him to sense the later events that were already
    • to remember some event — say, an event of yesterday — in the
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • strives to call forth clear mental images of processes and events
    • events, in like measure will the inner thoughts of the universe work
    • that we do understand — events, for example, that take place around
    • events in the present which we follow out in thought into the future, and
    • lying in the things and events themselves — that there is something
    • An event that
    • follow the events back to the previous day, you construct the causes
    • things, enabled him to sense the later events that were already
    • to remember some event — say, an event of yesterday — in the
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • ‘political alcoholism’ with regard to the great events of
    • before your soul as the eventual pro or con. These
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    • ‘political alcoholism’ with regard to the great events of
    • before your soul as the eventual pro or con. These
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • something subjective, but at the same time an objective event occurs
    • red, for example, the external event is some vibration which spreads
    • man had his place. And then, at the seventh stage, the pupil learnt
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    • something subjective, but at the same time an objective event occurs
    • red, for example, the external event is some vibration which spreads
    • man had his place. And then, at the seventh stage, the pupil learnt
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • eventually be evolved, then we have to see it in this way. The
    • up the laws of nature I am bound eventually to apply them to the
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    • eventually be evolved, then we have to see it in this way. The
    • up the laws of nature I am bound eventually to apply them to the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • through the event at Damascus, the reality of the Living Christ
    • but in that they have made use of him, they have prevented him
    • Golgotha and as he was before that Event, realise that he
    • as an inner, mystical experience, but as an external event which
    • must not, however, be presented in the same light as other events
    • super-earthly event in the process of the development of the
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • through the event at Damascus, the reality of the Living Christ
    • but in that they have made use of him, they have prevented him
    • Golgotha and as he was before that Event, realise that he
    • as an inner, mystical experience, but as an external event which
    • must not, however, be presented in the same light as other events
    • super-earthly event in the process of the development of the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • spiritual science. This enables us to see events in a clearer light
    • of all that remains externally invisible in the events, and still
    • these events in a light as significant as possible can face them in
    • important and at the same time tragic and painful events, and those
    • the midst of the events which will befall mankind in the 20th century
    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • knowledge to do with the events which will break in upon the
    • important event in the whole development of the earth. During the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • events in history is, for example, the Maid of Orleans. But other
    • history of Europe to the event connected with the personality of the
    • events. Because her Karma brought about the fact that she was born on
    • facts and the whole sequence of events leading up to the circumstance
    • incarnation the boy was not to live beyond his seventh year of age. I
    • historical background, for these events have never occurred. In
    • portal of death upon the battlefields of present-day events, forces
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    • spiritual science. This enables us to see events in a clearer light
    • of all that remains externally invisible in the events, and still
    • these events in a light as significant as possible can face them in
    • important and at the same time tragic and painful events, and those
    • the midst of the events which will befall mankind in the 20th century
    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • knowledge to do with the events which will break in upon the
    • important event in the whole development of the earth. During the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • events in history is, for example, the Maid of Orleans. But other
    • history of Europe to the event connected with the personality of the
    • events. Because her Karma brought about the fact that she was born on
    • facts and the whole sequence of events leading up to the circumstance
    • incarnation the boy was not to live beyond his seventh year of age. I
    • historical background, for these events have never occurred. In
    • portal of death upon the battlefields of present-day events, forces
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    • the fifth culture, which is our present one. The sixth and seventh lie in
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
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    • the fifth culture, which is our present one. The sixth and seventh lie in
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
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    • significance of this event. This event took place; the blood streamed
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    • significance of this event. This event took place; the blood streamed
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • physical — history of facts and events. But there is
    • so on. From this we can picture the flow of events through
    • fell the Event for which preparation had been made by
    • world. This Event in the physical world was one that works on
    • that is connected with the Event of Golgotha becomes even
    • experiences here in connection with the Event of Golgotha.
    • events, spread through the three worlds, from the physical
    • of the Event of Golgotha brought before our souls by occult
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    • physical — history of facts and events. But there is
    • so on. From this we can picture the flow of events through
    • fell the Event for which preparation had been made by
    • world. This Event in the physical world was one that works on
    • that is connected with the Event of Golgotha becomes even
    • experiences here in connection with the Event of Golgotha.
    • events, spread through the three worlds, from the physical
    • of the Event of Golgotha brought before our souls by occult
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • events. How?
    • discovered, it is assumed that some historical event of which
    • of all earthly events, the Mystery of Golgotha was to be
    • good reason why this Event cannot be proved either by
    • for mankind. If that Event had not taken place, humanity
    • happened came to pass. Now in assessing this unique Event
    • the third century after that Event. Those who had lived in
    • denying the greatest of all events on Earth. When a man
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • soul is too feeble to comprehend this greatest event.
    • because — since this was an Event beyond the grasp of
    • the Academy of Jundi-Shapur nor the Event of Golgotha can be
    • on, in the seventh century. But its effects will become
    • of the soul as well. This was prevented by the Mystery of
    • that is so prevalent today, and which prevents man from
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    • events. How?
    • discovered, it is assumed that some historical event of which
    • of all earthly events, the Mystery of Golgotha was to be
    • good reason why this Event cannot be proved either by
    • for mankind. If that Event had not taken place, humanity
    • happened came to pass. Now in assessing this unique Event
    • the third century after that Event. Those who had lived in
    • denying the greatest of all events on Earth. When a man
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • soul is too feeble to comprehend this greatest event.
    • because — since this was an Event beyond the grasp of
    • the Academy of Jundi-Shapur nor the Event of Golgotha can be
    • on, in the seventh century. But its effects will become
    • of the soul as well. This was prevented by the Mystery of
    • that is so prevalent today, and which prevents man from
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • heart and soul that will eventually work into our whole
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • heart and soul that will eventually work into our whole
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • are seen in the way people have come to regard all events
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • are seen in the way people have come to regard all events
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • recently pursued have shown that all true Art eventually
    • Initiation, as we may call it, was eventually brought about.
    • It happened by a particular event. That is what frequently
    • our life — by a sudden and unexpected event.
    • goes inward through the gates of the senses, eventually he
    • seventh and eighth centuries. Some of them actually refer to
    • true analogy to the events of Initiation.
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • recently pursued have shown that all true Art eventually
    • Initiation, as we may call it, was eventually brought about.
    • It happened by a particular event. That is what frequently
    • our life — by a sudden and unexpected event.
    • goes inward through the gates of the senses, eventually he
    • seventh and eighth centuries. Some of them actually refer to
    • true analogy to the events of Initiation.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • events there establishes itself in the mother's body the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • events there establishes itself in the mother's body the
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • and is obscured by current prejudices which prevent any real
    • improperly or too feebly, thus preventing a man from entering
    • constituted in a certain way to prevent the disorder I have
    • present catastrophic events. Lodge was always attracted to
    • world.’ If a third eventuality were possible, the
    • phenomena. At all events this is not, as Lodge thinks, a
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    • and is obscured by current prejudices which prevent any real
    • improperly or too feebly, thus preventing a man from entering
    • constituted in a certain way to prevent the disorder I have
    • present catastrophic events. Lodge was always attracted to
    • world.’ If a third eventuality were possible, the
    • phenomena. At all events this is not, as Lodge thinks, a
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    • through the events in Palestine’.
    • the Christ Event. Hence it was not only Christian happenings
    • from the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth centuries onwards,
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • through the events in Palestine’.
    • the Christ Event. Hence it was not only Christian happenings
    • from the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth centuries onwards,
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • events in the form in which this truth is now often conceived. For to
    • stages and conditions. The events of which outer history and
    • super-sensible events. Out of the condition of consciousness arising
    • admit, hypothetically at all events, some of the truths investigated
    • obtaining before this event had prevailed, man would have been
    • an event which happened untold ages ago, the subconscious workings of
    • this inner man because humanity took part in a certain event in the
    • life is seen as linked both with an event of a prehistoric past and
    • with a future event through which he may reach a point where his
    • truths through the successive epochs, but to a unique event occurring
    • the Christ Event in the course of evolution. The true Buddhist
    • event — the Mystery of Golgotha and man's redemption from the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • pair of scales, so in “history” there must be one event
    • Christ Event could be repeated is as meaningless as to suppose there
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
    • advanced from thinking that the wheels of world-events roll on in an
    • onward-flowing significance in the changing events of human
    • Deed has balanced the event symbolised in the “Fall.”
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    • events in the form in which this truth is now often conceived. For to
    • stages and conditions. The events of which outer history and
    • super-sensible events. Out of the condition of consciousness arising
    • admit, hypothetically at all events, some of the truths investigated
    • obtaining before this event had prevailed, man would have been
    • an event which happened untold ages ago, the subconscious workings of
    • this inner man because humanity took part in a certain event in the
    • life is seen as linked both with an event of a prehistoric past and
    • with a future event through which he may reach a point where his
    • truths through the successive epochs, but to a unique event occurring
    • the Christ Event in the course of evolution. The true Buddhist
    • event — the Mystery of Golgotha and man's redemption from the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • pair of scales, so in “history” there must be one event
    • Christ Event could be repeated is as meaningless as to suppose there
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
    • advanced from thinking that the wheels of world-events roll on in an
    • onward-flowing significance in the changing events of human
    • Deed has balanced the event symbolised in the “Fall.”
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    • and eventually song. In distant ages of human evolution upon earth,
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    • and eventually song. In distant ages of human evolution upon earth,
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    • And then a mighty event occurred. — The Spirit of the world of
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
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    • just forgotten, but it eventually disappeared. People simply no
    • philosophers prepared humanity for the event that took place with the
    • The Christmas event
    • participation in the events of the holy rite itself. The essence of
    • Mystery of Golgotha once took place and that, after that event,
    • mainly the Easter event that people felt.
    • the connecting link? Where is it? Events follow their course, side by
    • time, just think what the whole event of the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • event of Jerusalem and the death on the cross. Theologians can pursue
    • such a statement, it is better to leave the actual event untouched
    • and Christmas a Jesus festival. Easter and Christmas eventually
    • today's events may be traced to the fact that people prefer to
    • and so that we may eventually learn to find what is holy within the
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    • The Christmas event
    • participation in the events of the holy rite itself. The essence of
    • Mystery of Golgotha once took place and that, after that event,
    • mainly the Easter event that people felt.
    • the connecting link? Where is it? Events follow their course, side by
    • time, just think what the whole event of the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • event of Jerusalem and the death on the cross. Theologians can pursue
    • such a statement, it is better to leave the actual event untouched
    • and Christmas a Jesus festival. Easter and Christmas eventually
    • today's events may be traced to the fact that people prefer to
    • and so that we may eventually learn to find what is holy within the
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    • erupt outwards. So that only at this juncture events occur
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    • pictures. In this respect life is kind to us, for the events of the
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    • you logically deduce this event from the preceding one? When you
    • pictures. In this respect life is kind to us, for the events of the
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    • of sacrificing, who were prevented from doing so. Thus we are
    • us take the case of a child who in his seventh or eighth year, or at
    • Beings who prevent the one-sidedness. Just as on Saturn there were
    • — the egotism within it prevents that; but it is able to take
    • to prevent the whole transaction — which Kleist
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    • “miracle,” concerning the event of Golgotha. But if
    • souls as longing, a legacy from the bygone events on ancient Moon
    • that the most essential event to be considered in connection with the
    • concerning every other historical event we can only interpret it
    • correctly by saying: “This historical event took place here on
    • world, we must look for it there”; we cannot say of the event
    • of Golgotha, “this event is here below on the physical plane
    • other historical events. That was enacted on the physical plane
    • able to provide, is the following: That the event of Damascus will,
    • Paul saw Him on the road to Damascus. The event of man's
    • him this, then there is nothing to prevent him, when he has passed
    • through the portal of death, from taking part in this event when it
    • for this event, maybe able to experience it in the intermediate life,
    • prototype there, but is an event which — since it includes
    • historical events that occur in the course of the earth's
    • this event of Golgotha as a real event is to-day denied, and that people
    • It is very remarkable that this Event, which occurred on the external
    • might also appear, even without the real event having occurred in
    • to prove the historical event of the Mystery of Golgotha — as
    • historical event — on historical grounds! For it went by
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    • Beings desirous of sacrificing; who were prevented from doing so.
    • take the case of a child who in his seventh or eighth year, or at
    • Beings who prevent the one-sidedness. Just as on Saturn there were
    • completely surrender itself — the egotism within it prevents
    • to prevent the whole transaction — which Kleist introduces with
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    • anything connected with the event of Golgotha. But if something is
    • own souls as longing, a legacy from the bygone events on ancient Moon
    • that the most essential event to be considered in connection with the
    • concerning every other historical event we can only interpret it
    • correctly by saying: ‘This historical event took place here on
    • world, we must look for that’; we cannot say of the event of
    • Golgotha, ‘this event is here below on the physical plane and
    • other historical events. That was enacted on the physical plane
    • able to provide, is the following: That the event of Damascus will,
    • saw Him on the road to Damascus. The event on of man gradually
    • then there is nothing to prevent him, when he has passed through the
    • portal of death, from taking part in this event when it actually
    • event, may be able to experience it in the intermediate life,
    • event which — since it includes death--is confined to the
    • events that occur in the course of the earth's development, we must
    • event of Golgotha as a real event is to-day denied, and that people
    • historical facts. It is very remarkable that this Event, which
    • event having occurred in history; and they attribute these effects to
    • in the final shaping of the Gospels to prove, the historical event of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha — as historical event — on
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    • preventing intercourse with his fellows he lived apart on a solitary
    • allow it, he prevented it and returned home with her. The poem then
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    • the population we must take into account a remarkable event which
    • developed from the seventh to the fourteenth year, like any other
    • about. For that which by earlier events has been thrust down to a
    • lower condition is raised up once more through special events in the
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    • and seventeenth centuries. This nature-knowledge was very
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    • prehistoric events could be gained only in this way, enquired
    • that an event of importance for the further continuation of
    • describe this event only in the following way. — In the
    • but at all events had the prospect of discovering things of
    • respect. And there was simply no possibility of preventing
    • name, a powerful sea-pirate of the seventeenth century. This
    • a bold sea-pirate of the seventeenth century who then, in the
    • that these were deeds of the bold pirate of the seventeenth
    • approximately the situation in the seventies of the
    • framework when we are considering the whole course of events
    • general cosmic Intelligence as the basis of events, they
    • but which eventually led to things which have been spoken of
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    • being who has developed from the first to the seventh year
    • developing from the seventh until the fourteenth year.
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    • is told in a very veiled form, but at all events it is told.
    • had brought a connection into the events, he became so
    • everything possible is done to prevent the truth itself from
    • events proves these experiences to have been incorrect. We
    • time we must work with all intensity to prevent what would be
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    • prevent certain ideas that are at variance with the truth
    • teeth which fall out about the seventh year, and then he gets
    • leads to the question: Why is man prevented in his ordinary
    • prevent men from recognising that spirit is behind
    • communities are at pains to prevent anything coming to the
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    • upon preventing him from knowing anything of it. Here again,
    • instinctively prevent men from coming into contact with
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    • is normally developed, this prevents us from coming unduly
    • village. This was an interesting event for the villagers and
    • character just described. At all events, this much is
    • eventualities only.— Either men make strenuous efforts
    • event to another, the weaving, creative activity there in
    • which about the seventh year gets its second teeth —
    • eventually suffocate men must inevitably spread if those who
    • prevented and it is prevented by faithful adherence to the
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    • able to participate at all in the external events. Peter was
    • world that accompanied the first World War prevented him, as
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    • and seventeenth centuries we approach ever closer to a time
    • events in the history of the Christ Impulse is discovered
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, the greatest of all
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    • Golgotha from what it was after that event. I did not try to
    • full expression in the seventh in his belief in the
    • interpret the event of Christ Jesus entirely in the sense of
    • of events following one after another. External history is
    • of events. But mankind is now at a turning point when it must
    • interpret the inner progressive shaping of events, their
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    • these disciples? What will they eventually come to believe?
    • during the event of the Bodhi-tree the true knowledge of
    • concerned it was almost contemporary with the event of Buddha
    • world events and human evolution are indicated to the crowd
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    • the course of cosmic events, and if we also consider the
    • we may say that only one event in the whole subsequent
    • beast of prey and so on, we must eventually come to something
    • these two events, and we have before us the two comets, with
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    • coming of the second teeth, or about the seventh year, then a
    • period from the seventh to the fourteenth year, to puberty,
    • may think of as a predisposition in favor of events that
    • seeing events in historical perspective arises, that is, when
    • a historical approach to events, and it is this historical
    • period and repeated — at all events it was what they
    • aspect of these events, namely that mention was made of an
    • the Mark Gospel, that the stories concerned with outer events
    • short time before, and in any event Christ was already
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    • harmony. So any event that concerns one or more of the
    • is possible to describe how the event in question appeared
    • event, quite apart from what happened within Peter, took
    • historical events.
    • differed in its inner nature. The events that occurred during
    • Christ could walk and become visible also after the event of
    • presented as a historical event, a unique event, before all
    • before the eyes of everyone. And precisely with this event
    • of the events as they are historically presented. When the
    • to perceive directly the truth of this historical event, and
    • understanding of the highest and most significant event that
    • events in the evolution of mankind. Let us take the case of a
    • prevented by its consciousness. A mood such as that of the
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    • similar mention in the Gospels of some event that takes place
    • prevented indicates how this people was specially chosen by
    • that in any event it was unnecessary to pour it over
    • passages prevents an objective, correct interpretation. What
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    • death of the seventh brother.” The Sadducees could not
    • Christ Jesus during the events that followed. This soul might
    • approaching event of Golgotha? Anyone who could believe that
    • happened it had as yet no understanding of this event; and
    • in relation to the Christ event expressed with such clarity,
    • unfolding of events, the cosmic acts in relation to the
    • have to do with a cosmic event, with a cosmic Christ. Only
    • since the event of Golgotha there has been ample opportunity
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    • Him did not take any part in the events beginning with the
    • events, just as if these events had been in their memories,
    • events at which he had not been directly present. And so
    • in the seventh. So do these spans of time encircle and
    • what had happened at Jerusalem. The events described were
    • of Golgotha is an event that occurred on the physical plane,
    • of Golgotha is a physical-material event, but the path
    • only the Mystery of Golgotha itself but all the other events
    • Moses and Elijah on the mountain, where cosmic events occur.
    • only an insufficient will to pursue the truth that prevents
    • the physical events afterward. This must be understood, as
    • time as the events in Palestine were incapable of
    • through the impulse given by this event that it could be
    • understood! Before the event had taken place no one was alive
    • it could be understood only after the event. The key to the
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    • forces which eventually lead to the sclerosis of our body and, in the
    • at the change of teeth, around the seventh year, ahrimanic forces are
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    • we shall come to see how the events that took place so
    • experiencing. Both the greatest and the smallest matters and events
    • conclude with a brief consideration of some recent historical events.
    • in space and time, dreams appear to shake everything up. Events which
    • experience why they have to be guarded — prevented by a
    • world of sense perception lives in it which prevents its destruction.
    • present stage of our evolution, we have to be prevented from
    • Between the seventh and the fourteenth year the muscles are formed
    • at the span of human evolution, let us turn to that event without
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    • events, but rather about the knowledge which human beings need,
    • and Intuition are facts governing events, they are facts of action.
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    • Schiller was obviously prevented from writing this drama. He left it
    • the events which take place between going to sleep and waking up. The
    • unconscious just as much as the events of sleep unfold in the
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    • important events stand side by side: The period of the Old Testament
    • natural law, but Jahve's will governs events. What resounds from the
    • sixteenth, seventeenth centuries — to reach a harmony between
    • demons — those who were still able to prevent Cyprianus from
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    • in the seventh scene of my first Mystery Drama.
    • editions eventually. This essay ‘Goethe after 50 Years’
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    • was still seen as a minor event of little significance that had taken
    • eleventh, twelfth centuries those who strove for knowledge did not
    • He belonged to the sixteenth and seventeenth
    • the eleventh to the fifteenth centuries and on into even later times.
    • understood in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries could have led
    • evolved, a development which led eventually to the later situation in
    • allow events to lead to something with which one can come to terms.
    • rather bold way I could draw it like this: In Shakespeare the events
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    • development in the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth centuries was no
    • familiar in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to those
    • significant events in human life without placing this human life
    • ninth century profoundly condemns the pact with the devil. Eventually
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    • or even in the seventeenth century, and who had, ‘Straight or
    • fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth centuries. And here we hit upon
    • but he is constantly prevented from fulfilling it by the qualities he
    • into the seventh or eighth century, all this was nevertheless
    • seventeenth century also possesses a kind of Parzival, a comical
    • the seventeenth century too, after the great change had taken place,
    • events and blows of fate offered by the Thirty Years’ War. He
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    • prevent them from being made with the greatest aplomb.
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    • by recognizing in one or another series of events the preparation
    • events around them are machinations of Ahriman, helping him to
    • the greatest benefit to Ahriman if he could succeed in preventing the
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    • then try to envisage the impulse of that event working in the future
    • the earth in the fifth, sixth, or seventh millennia
    • third millennium a momentous event took place. The root cause of this
    • then, about the beginning of the third millennium, a momentous event
    • doubt at all that the priests of the Mysteries had foreseen the event
    • added in a future not so very far distant. And the events of the
    • incarnation of Ahriman with full consciousness of this event. The
    • unconscious of what the incarnation of Christ and the event of
    • events which will occur on the physical plane. Amid the perpetual
    • and luring them to repudiate earth evolution, thus preventing it from
    • few of them indeed can make anything of an event like Paul's
    • prevents the single Gospels from unduly circumscribing the human mind
    • has been erected through the fact that the event of Golgotha is
    • incarnation will lead them to prevent the earth from reaching its
    • that the very course of events shows that the spirit is necessary.
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    • cosmic task of spiritual science. It consists in preventing
    • the Vulcan epoch; and to prevent this is the aim of the ahrimanic
    • eventually to vision of the spiritual world. Many tendencies will
    • some indeed until the sixth and seventh centuries of the Christian
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    • not alone responsible for these great catastrophic events that break
    • only to an event of such magnitude but to what is happening all the
    • and cosmic happenings which take effect in tellurian events remains
    • only now taking effect. But at all events it was an action of
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    • know which tendencies and events around them are machinations
    • succeed in preventing the vast majority of men from
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    • envisage the impulse of that Event working in the future
    • existence on the earth in the fifth, sixth or seventh
    • beginning of the third millennium a momentous event took
    • third millennium, a momentous event took place in the east of
    • the event prophetically — it became evident that this
    • very far distant. And the events of the present time are
    • consciousness of this event. The incarnation of Lucifer could
    • incarnation of Christ and the Event of Golgotha really
    • Ahriman with full consciousness amid the shattering events
    • to repudiate earth-evolution, thus preventing it from
    • few of them indeed can make anything of an event like Paul's
    • barrier which prevents the single Gospels from unduly
    • fact that the Event of Golgotha is described in the Gospels
    • them to prevent the earth from reaching its goal, or bring
    • course of events shows that the spirit is necessary. Yes, but
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    • preventing knowledge from becoming — or remaining
    • regained in the Vulcan epoch; and to prevent this is the aim
    • reason can be part of the struggle which leads eventually to
    • sixth and seventh centuries of the Christian era. Up to that
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    • events that break in upon earth-existence. We must look for
    • earth-existence. Nor does this apply only to events of such
    • happenings which take effect in tellurian events, remains
    • But at all events it was an action of men. —
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    • Henk and Madeleine [‘Maddy’] van Deventer
    • (1888-1983). At an advanced age, Madeleine van Deventer
    • fifty, sixty, seventy medical students who share your
    • of these things. But gather up fifty, sixty, seventy young
    • Grunelius was, as van Deventer put it, ‘the soul’
    • van Deventer in Utrecht:
    • Deventer with quotations from a letter of Ita Wegman's which
    • Deventer, should choose the people, invite them and take
    • van Deventer has this to say:
    • event of the High School for Spiritual Science at the
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    • being — a process that is only prevented because there
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    • idea today is that there are about seventy to eighty
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    • seventh to the fourteenth year the human being has a body,
    • there from the seventh to the fourteenth years, but to begin
    • must direct itself to the outer world. Between the seventh
    • seventh and fourteenth years is what the human being brings
    • the seventh and fourteenth years the human being is healthy;
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    • were, at any rate, scientific. At all events a certain
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    • nothing to prevent this if you are in real earnest. The
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    • natural course of events. On the other hand, there is a
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    • nature needs substance. And if spirit is prevented from making use of
    • his organism and this condition leads, eventually, to actual
    • Writ. The Spiritual is an active power in nature. If man prevents the
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    • foodstuffs eventually reach the blood. Snake poison can be digested
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    • This weighty cycle of lectures illuminates many events in the Gospels
    • prevented me from correcting them. I should have preferred to have the
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    • This weighty cycle of lectures illuminates many events in the Gospels
    • during the coming days of that most significant event in human evolution
    • of human evolution there appear again and again events of such profound
    • we see history recording such vital events; and ever and anon we are
    • told that there are men who, in certain respects, know of such events
    • in advance and can foretell them. This implies that such events are
    • spirit of human history knows how such events must unfold, and how he
    • revelation even of this greatest event in the earthly evolution of man,
    • the Christ Event; and it is anthroposophy's aim to be this revelation.
    • greatest, but as the very greatest of all events in the evolution of
    • relation with the Christ event. Can we not ask, If Christ Jesus, as
    • directly related to the events in Palestine as brought about through
    • event for mankind, then what corresponds in the human soul to the Christ
    • event must be the greatest and most significant as well. And what can
    • initiation, as it is called, is the greatest event for the human soul
    • Rose Cross. These knew that this event of the rebirth of the higher
    • forms, must have some connection with the event of Christ Jesus. This means
    • which is an inner event for the individual — a mystical-spiritual
    • event, as it is called, something he can experience as the birth of
    • in history, for all mankind in the event of Palestine through Christ
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    • this or that event are by no means to be taken as merely deriving from
    • when the spiritual scientist describes the events of Palestine or the
    • these things know that the less familiar one is with such events through
    • what it is that causes this or that event to become what is called history:
    • events, while others — and perhaps the most important ones —
    • akashic record for the great event to which we alluded yesterday,
    • eventually attain. How would such a man describe this leader? He might
    • the true nature of the event, namely, that this Buddha birth meant a
    • is hidden therein; and events such as the Buddha birth have significance
    • is evident that what we designate the Christ event is the mightiest
    • that only by taking account of such events can we understand the life
    • body is born at physical birth, and that up to the seventh year the
    • birth of the physical body, of the etheric body in the seventh year,
    • event of the Christ slipping into the great initiate, as it were: the
    • now attained to the lofty plane on which it was ripe for this event.
    • be impossible to connect in a more grandiose way the event of Palestine
    • with that other event, told at the beginning of the same document whose
    • of this event Jesus of Nazareth had needed comprehensive preparation.
    • body, and physical body for the eventual reception of the Christ.
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    • itself to show why the great narrators of spiritual events often expressed
    • homogeneous being, the following event occurred when the old Moon
    • events takes place: the sun again splits off, and again those loftier
    • of the ground like desiccated men. This was prevented by the secession
    • the Luke Gospel says: his purpose is to report events as they occurred
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Hierarchical Beings of our Solar System and the Kingdoms of the Earth.
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    • will understand what a significant, deeply incisive event this exit
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    • at the same time they created the eventuality of base desires. Given
    • and topel, the liar. This eventually became Mephistopheles;
    • possible. The Mephistophelian spirits, on the other hand, prevented
    • mankind onward, to prevent its succumbing to the fate prepared for it
    • mission in Earth evolution: to prevent men from becoming fused
    • error, can turn out for the best in the whole context of world events.
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    • indeed, over a very long period of time. Eventually the harmonious accord
    • and feeling as these apply to events of the invisible, spiritual world
    • Eventually, when the neophyte
    • but the physical body prevents all this from appearing before him. After
    • of the Christ event characterized from another aspect. Christ represents
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Baptism with Water and the Baptism with Fire and Spirit.
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    • it is as though he were trying to prevent his environment from seeing
    • some psycho-spiritual event, such as a sensation of shame, a transformation,
    • of a psycho-spiritual event — this is a physical fact.
    • in what occurred as a result of the Event of Palestine and the Mystery
    • his body. What is here active is no abnormal event, no submersion in
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    • how the Christ event was received by those in whom there lived something
    • to guide the initiates in such a way as to bring them eventually to
    • when he reappears. Definite events occur resembling, in the outer world,
    • instance, by some outer event impelling him to travel to Ireland. Now,
    • events are cited whose significance can be rightly judged only by one
    • whereas the writer of the Luke Gospel sees all the events he describes
    • event.
    • most transcendent events in the life of Christ are all described in
    • the case of the Christ-Being? The answer is, we find it to be an event
    • of view, what was the nature of the event of Damascus, where he who
    • was primarily what prevented him from recognizing the fact that Christ
    • through the event of Damascus; and then he could become convinced.
    • the aura of the earth appeared changed after the event of Golgotha:
    • of the most significant events, such as the Christ event and the Mystery
    • light on these events. Verily, it is only through anthroposophy, through
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    • establish it as an actual event in human evolution by means of quite
    • event proper. (The significance of the number seven will be treated
    • that the Christ event entered human evolution at a very special point
    • of the Old Testament adherents: all the great events narrated in the
    • must be effected if such an event is to take place: the psychic force
    • words employed by Jesus of Nazareth in indicating a certain event:
    • for the event described in the Gospel to take place. The governor of
    • this event by reason of its having been enacted on the Sabbath. Present-day
    • passage, we must bear in mind that an event of this sort should not
    • Of the manner in which this event could take place we will speak later,
    • The event, then, occurred
    • narrative of these events! Even contemplating the John Gospel only as
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    • Among the events that
    • event of the utmost import — an event also explicable by means
    • clothe this event in their descriptions of the Baptism; and what they
    • in the case of Jesus of Nazareth there occurred the event of the Christ
    • was the supreme event in Earth evolution, I must beg you to realize
    • minor events of Earth evolution are naturally easier to understand than
    • And the result was that, as a unique event, there lived upon earth a
    • must visualize this moment vividly, for it is one of the events we are
    • reverse — not only numbers. Now, the event of the Christ uniting
    • imagine that an event associated with any being whatever were circumscribed
    • event such as the Baptism the whole spiritual world participated, and
    • their faith from modern natural science would have marveled at the events
    • it can bring about and direct events in the spiritual world. Again we
    • exercised in the event that occurred on the bank of the Jordan, then
    • you will also understand that an accurate description of such an event
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: The Harmonization of the Inner Forces of Man through the Christ-Impulse.
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    • spiritual-scientific research reveals the Christ event as the most
    • evolution of mankind through the Mystery of Golgotha, through the event of
    • event not intervened. — If we are to understand the Mystery of
    • lectures to mention everything connected with the Christ event and with
    • all this to the Christ event; and from this point of view we must ask,
    • Christ event had not occurred, the course of human development would
    • — and that is the time of the Christ event — the custom of
    • the intervention of the Christ event: how would the course of future
    • of the Christ event we still see discord and contention on all sides,
    • such states dreams, if you like: they nevertheless heralded events;
    • and the event of Golgotha had to take place. There had first to come
    • principle, without the event of Golgotha.
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    • This cataclysm, running its course in tempestuous events in the air
    • and human feelings, no longer guided by universal wisdom, must eventually
    • prevent the blood from falling more and more a prey to error: Oedipus
    • prevented him from adding, by his own labor, to the store of old wisdom,
    • prevents penetration to the spiritual. Through Ahriman's agency man
    • the two beings that prevent man from earning any increment to the store
    • prevented all augmentation of this wisdom in the physical body —
    • giving it life and preventing its desiccation.
    • the physical body, having nothing to give: it cannot prevent the attrition,
    • in the matter of knowledge. From the eighth, seventh, and sixth centuries
    • the event:
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    • our earth. But as every event in the world is connected through literally
    • Sinai, and finally by those who experienced the Christ event, in the
    • events of this earth, and particularly the evolution of mankind, are
    • prevented the outer world from manifesting itself in its true form,
    • There is one event to
    • is untrue, is illusion — maya. Can you think what event I have
    • events; and for this reason death, when faced in the physical world,
    • was untrue. An event had to take place which would show him the true
    • achieved the right view of death, once we have learned from the event
    • of death hung on the Cross, in rendering death a mere external event,
    • exactly, was brought about by this event. From the previous lectures
    • But every physical event
    • on Golgotha there occurred a corresponding spiritual event: at this
    • with the passing of time — up to the event on Golgotha. Now the
    • and darkest immediately preceding the event on Golgotha. Then, however,
    • the period in which the event of Golgotha occurred and then compare
    • of humanity with that which prevailed at the time of the event of Golgotha
    • light, appearing as a consequence of the Christ event, this is what
    • Christ called the Holy Spirit. Just as the event of Golgotha provided
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    • In order to prevent this,
    • as well. It can be said that with the event of Golgotha a new center
    • this fact: that since the Golgotha event the Christ Spirit has been
    • the event of Golgotha Christ entered the earth — this was a task set
    • the event of Golgotha but was unable to admit that He Who had died on
    • the Cross was the Bearer of the Christ. None of the events he had heard
    • meaning of the event of Golgotha: he knew that Christ was risen; for
    • able, as a result of the strength imparted to them through the events
    • Himself, Christ Who had passed through the event of Golgotha. That is
    • world in which, since the event of Golgotha, there shines the light
    • Twelve and washing their feet. The whole significance of this event
    • see for ourselves the event of Golgotha, to merge with it. We no longer
    • Finally there is the seventh
    • place, those who were present as believers when the event of Golgotha
    • whereas the seventh stage, the Ascension, can be comprehended only by
    • event, the evolution of our earth into a sun. They all take their place
    • as mighty force-revealing events in the earth's process of becoming
    • time immediately following the Christ event he had to regain what he
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    • Seventeen lectures given in
    • The seventeen lectures presented here were given
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    • the northern nations, factual narration of the events of
    • events between moon's exit and return. The spirit of natural science
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    • admit to errors in the events of nature — something
    • after all, merely a product of the material course of events.
    • through age or some kind of damage, thus preventing the
    • enclosed by our skin; it is a cosmic event, like lightning
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    • behind. I was able to point out that in the eleventh century
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    • important and incisive event in the evolution of Western
    • element, the one that eventually was victorious in Western
    • ancient wisdom, but simply to narrate its events factually
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    • the northern nations, factual narration of the events of
    • by factual narrations of the events of Palestine. Thus, one
    • the events of Palestine became popular. The concepts that
    • listening to purely factual narrations of the events of
    • the narration of purely factual events; on the other hand, it
    • region, where the stories about the events of Palestine
    • eleventh, twelfth, and ninth and tenth centuries.
    • certain age, namely, the factual narration of the events of
    • factual narration of the events of Palestine. The age of
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    • them as a simple story about the events in Palestine. Thus,
    • in this Barbarian world, the humble tale of the events in
    • grasp the simple report of the events in Palestine. They did
    • these tales concerning the events in Palestine appear drawn
    • was already obscured. The cosmic events were observed only
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    • characterized these events from several perspectives. We have
    • as a spectator and partly as one undergoing the events of
    • eventually was so perverted in Europe that it lost all its
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    • together the sixth and seventh. Thus, we arrive at the way
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    • in material events, about what took place in Palestine at the
    • dogmas, on the other, the narrations concerning the events of
    • the events in Palestine, but garbed in materialistic
    • down and digest and do indeed experience cosmic events. Out
    • sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
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    • eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries, when people
    • a Greek or even a person of the eleventh or twelfth century
    • second and the third, the sixth and the seventh parts unite
    • to prevent “the isolation of the masses from the
    • within the actual course of world events because it could not
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    • still involved in and that saw a decisive event around the
    • Anglo-Saxon people. The strange thing in the eleventh and
    • completely different course of events from the one over in
    • the nature of the events through which somebody like
    • event and the book that exists as Hermann Grimm's
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    • is the course of the major events in the development of the
    • For Goethe, this was the major world event of modern times!
    • was toned down in order to prevent human beings from arriving
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    • events of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • Materialistic science and spiritual science as spiritual-cosmic events
    • certain incisive cosmic events; having studied them already
    • from outer points of view, we shall bring these cosmic events
    • that one of those mighty events that
    • This insight has enabled us to bring these cosmic events
    • Hence, through this event — through the moon separation
    • second event came to pass. The human being has again become
    • death of the Christ when the event of Golgotha took place,
    • development only until age twenty-one. Again, in the seventh
    • such extraterrestrial events. They must not go on dreaming,
    • to focus on the events connected with their evolution. They
    • will occur one day in earth evolution as an incisive event,
    • human event, it is a cosmic event. Remember what I described in my
    • again to earth. Now, a most important event took place
    • important event occurred at the end of the seventies of the
    • cosmic event to cultivate spiritual science. We need to
    • a single historical event as it is in reality. How many
    • people are there today who know that events of fundamental
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    • were preserved until the eleventh, twelfth, a few even until
    • copies. Only much later, manuscripts from the eleventh and
    • seventeenth centuries, people knew nothing of John Scotus
    • go back into the thirteenth, twelfth, and eleventh centuries,
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    • events on the earth, now the supersensory Logos was present
    • tenth, and eleventh centuries, a feeling of the end of the
    • numbers. In the ninth, tenth, and eleventh centuries, the
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    • by way of Spain into Europe and eventually exerted a great
    • ridiculous to them if one had listed seventy-two or
    • seventy-six chemical elements. They perceived the living
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    • progressively weaker and eventually reach their lowest ebb,
    • seventh year of life whatever echoes in the child's soul
    • pronounced in the second period of life, from the seventh to
    • remarkable process. Until the seventh year of life, during
    • extent this is also the case from his seventh to his
    • environment, whereas until his seventh year he is concerned
    • phase of life, until the seventh year, the child is still
    • during the second phase of life, from the seventh to the
    • fourteenth year. But if eventually there is no longer any
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    • we naturally include the events which take place in his
    • details. Today we shall first turn our attention to an event
    • already discussed this event frequently from the point of
    • the super-sensible world. The event I am referring to and
    • description of such lofty events and beings) by the Beings of
    • They cause the thoughts to stream through the events of the
    • super-sensible world it brought an event of the utmost
    • carried out by the Exousiai. Events of this kind do take
    • place in the super-sensible world. And this was an event of
    • description of how this important event in the super-sensible
    • human soul. When I say that this super-sensible event took
    • with the experience of the seventh. They were also aware of
    • greater intervals, but the seventh was the smallest. Thirds
    • were to live only in the music of sevenths, if we were to
    • live as naturally in these sevenths as did the Atlanteans, we
    • experience. In experiencing sevenths they could not say that
    • through the world, revealed themselves in sevenths. To say:
    • of the seventh, if I may be permitted to use these
    • important world events are being described.
    • how things progress: from the seventh to the fifth, from the
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    • events of the Middle Ages and the dawning modern age.
    • picture to yourselves how this super-sensible event affects
    • however, he was prevented from receiving with the full
    • situation would eventually have been like this. — If we
    • sketched them here. But then another event came more and more
    • those of the early events — it is known that the
    • Eventually, then, an excited crowd threw those politicians
    • impelled by the super-sensible forces behind the events. In
    • world-historical events by spiritual Powers, whereas by
    • study what happens in history as the reflection of an event
    • how historical events are also reflections of the
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    • in our time a mighty event is taking effect. It is the event of
    • event, we may say: it consists in giving men in the course of
    • is this connected with the super-sensible event previously
    • this event in broad outline we can say: on the one side, from
    • action that must eventually bring about an era as chaotic as
    • issued from the primal nebula, reaching eventually total
    • seventy-year olds who have grown no older than they are
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    • takes place from the seventh to the fourteenth year. Then
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    • thought of events — and the birth of a human being was
    • an important event — in connection with what was taking
    • In the Seventh
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    • the sixth and seventh epochs the method of reproduction
    • Events
    • of today a continuation of events in the early years of
    • decree, gained limited knowledge of cosmic events. They
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • Occult HistoryPersonalities and Events in World History in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • remarkable prince of the Church sought to prevent the
    • suppressed. Events now took a strange turn. Roman
    • this truth, the events described above are only, so to speak,
    • stage of world history. In that event, we may ask, why did
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • time to understand the central event of our Earth evolution
    • tragic years of recent times past events have become unreal
    • consequences that follow from a supernal event that took
    • knowledge in ancient times that the event described in the
    • event took place in olden times and its effect upon the soul
    • power was overcome by the decisive event on Golgotha. How did
    • living in expectation of an external event that would bring
    • event fraught with vast and unsuspected mysteries. For
    • confronted by a unique event. The death of Christ on the
    • relationship exists between objective events and moral
    • events. And we shall never fully understand this relationship
    • conscious understanding of events that are imminent.
    • event of which the people of Europe, or at least of Central
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • event, speak of some kind of Universal Divine Being, but we
    • and in that event Earth evolution would have been in vain
    • Cosmos, as an expression of cosmic events. This is best
    • seventy-five years before. People simply fail to realize how
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • followed by a Sixth and a Seventh epoch — then, unless
    • moment I will not disclose what will follow in the Seventh
    • found in the mighty events of prehistoric times.
    • investigation shows that in the sixth and seventh millennium
    • feel and experience that up to the sixth and seventh
    • participate consciously in cosmic events. He must begin to
    • Christ wished to debar judicial proceedings. In that event
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • Christ Event from the account of human history, to study
    • history which did not allow for the fact that this Event was
    • is to expunge the record of the Christ Event from the pages
    • prevent the real, deeper significance of the Christ Event
    • events clearly reveal the powerful impact of the Mystery of
    • This decline is due to that momentous event — the Fall
    • way that we recognize that some undefined historical event
    • took place at the beginning of our era, but in that event,
    • “Weltanschauung”, to prevent it from invading
    • politely the Christ Event from history by refusing to accept
    • reflected in the events of the time. A man such as John the
    • the will to see, coming events cast their shadow before. Only
    • events. This foreknowledge is reflected in words which,
    • to wait upon the events of history.
    • meaning of that event. There is little evidence of the
    • single events of history, a sense for what is important and
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • nature of the events of today and especially of the immediate
    • continuation of the events which took place during the early
    • contemporary events. They prefer to approach everything from
    • penetrate a little beneath the surface events of our time
    • events, but they exploited this knowledge derived from the
    • event on the physical plane which we can apprehend through a
    • event. I have already pointed out that the Gospel report that
    • of Christianity was not merely an event on the terrestrial
    • initiated into the secrets of world events received a
    • that event, they believed, people would be initiated into
    • turning-point of world history an event of a spiritual,
    • historical events.
    • therefore actively strove to prevent the downfall of the
    • events in their true light. And we can only see many of these
    • later events in proper perspective if we answer the following
    • lecture I should like to discuss the trend of events under
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • Constantine. From the first, therefore, they tried to prevent
    • true character of antiquity and to prevent the essential
    • discredited, if its fulfilment could be prevented then the
    • survived quite unconsciously. In that event, we might ask, in
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • — as an isolated event on Golgotha — but, in a
    • today in a few words by contemporary historians. The events
    • events.
    • (from the entrails of which future events are said to have
    • historical events in a new and different light.
    • passively waiting on events, but by quickening the spiritual
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • of the events in the early development of Western
    • to share in the joys and sorrows of contemporary events. He
    • who was unresponsive or indifferent to contemporary events
    • the seventh degree of initiation. I do not propose to enter
    • not prevent Nietzsche from being surrounded by many who were
    • prevented him from adopting a critical attitude to the ideas
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    • experience of the most decisive event in the history of humanity, the
    • vision as one speaks of an event in everyday life. Then, he
    • caused by an ice-crystal. And so it is with the great events
    • recording of external events. We must be able to commune with
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    • you, some of you at least, of an amusing sequence of events
    • that the spatial world consists of some seventy-odd elements
    • world regarding those seventy-odd elements. That they could
    • the moment. In general, those seventy-odd elements are
    • seventy-odd elements, but one does not get very far with
    • seventy-odd elements.”
    • would probably say, "What you call your seventy-two elements
    • properties that you recognize in your seventy-two elements
    • Greek — “What ,you say about your seventy-two
    • within the structural relationships of your seventy-odd
    • means of your seventy-odd elements.”
    • following way: “Your seventy-two elements are all what
    • in your seventy-odd elements, is inserted between birth
    • you study only the earth — your seventy-odd elements
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    • that is included in our seventy-odd chemical elements. You
    • the seventy-two elements. What brings this dead body into
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    • At all events,
    • event: a woman meets a man and begins to love him. Now, as
    • in the event under discussion. The human being, when he is
    • karmic event is a result of such a generalized spiritual
    • feeling of hunger. One is driven to the event. It just so
    • him that lead to later events, in spite of the freedom that
    • one must accustom oneself to look upon world events if these
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    • world lies before us in its phenomena, in its events, and
    • prevented. It therefore must be said that one who strives for
    • the ability to recall the events of the day in full clarity
    • life between birth and death actually consists of preventing
    • death. Ahriman would like to prevent this. He would like for
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    • have a preparation in order that this event does not go by
    • today the significant bloody events all around us. We take up
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    • responsibility for human souls in reference to the events
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    • historical events. You have to understand these things
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    • riddle of our life. So much around us is trying to prevent
    • eloquent way adds that eventually this fool could actually be
    • much of what is happening in the present time which prevents
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    • Insight into the events taking place in Russia at the time.
    • Metaphysical world influencing current events. Suchomlinov's
    • actions of people today. Mirroring of events in the world of
    • Spirits of darkness cast down, and this the cause of events
    • spirit — counteraction from spirits of darkness. Events
    • or seventh millennium. Aims of spirits of darkness in
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    • the world was to have for the next seventy years or more was
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    • all else, the spirits of darkness wanted to prevent spiritual
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    • events now taking place are the opposite of our own intentions,
    • full consideration to the events now raging all over the
    • — who may be said to sleep through the events of the
    • that was created hundreds of years ago. Events which meant
    • these events developed. Many of our friends will remember the
    • terrible events around us. Sadly, it has to be said that the
    • People do not realize that these terrible events with their
    • These events
    • significant of recent events. Consider also what has been
    • understanding of an event that appears to have come in with
    • have to reflect for a long time to come on the events in
    • Eastern Europe, events much more mysterious than we are
    • the events which will be taking shape in Eastern Europe over
    • events which are truly horrifying for those of us who are
    • Suchomlinov. What kind of moments are these in world events
    • spirits gained access to the stage of human events.
    • event has come. And people fail to realize that something is
    • that the events of the last three years, to which humanity
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    • response to present events on this physical plane is one of
    • the turbulent and destructive events of today, some
    • The work was written in the early seventeenth century. People
    • ten years of war in the seventeenth century, because war has
    • endeavour that arose in the seventeenth century but was
    • today, are people who do not get beyond their twenty-seventh
    • present age that one is active up to the seventh, fourteenth
    • within a week of his twenty-seventh year by getting himself
    • impulses should have taken over in the twenty-seventh
    • important events of the present time to be events to which
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    • instance, the physical world has many ways of preventing
    • will just take while. The measure should not prevent anyone
    • going to prevent anyone from telling the whole truth about
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    • terrible events that will happen as time goes on.
    • truths that prevents people from accepting them. Those who
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    • the whole weight of present events will no doubt know what I
    • ahead, possibly as early as the seventh millennium, all women
    • more deeply into chaos — the events of the war make
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    • events of the physical world can also be used to establish
    • said, later times also have events analogous to Numa
    • seventeenth century when Jacob Boehme
    • This event brought chaos to the world of Atlantis; there is also
    • one can do is hint at the event which Saint-Martin calls
    • course of human evolution will eventually force people to
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    • historical events or historical figures. This applies even to
    • kind of period with regard to major world events as well as
    • everyday events. We have to see through the things which
    • seventh to fourteenth year, but they should do so especially
    • their first to their seventh year they cannot understand at
    • they can use. From their seventh to the fourteenth year they
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    • a particular age and the outer physical events of a time
    • certainly be compared to an organism. The political events on
    • earth, that is human events all over the earth, to an
    • events take quite a different course from anything human
    • years now we have been caught up in terrible events which can
    • teach us a great deal; we must be awake in following events,
    • the reality of these terrible events and still have not come
    • to the realization that events which have never happened
    • reference to certain events. These people proceeded in a very
    • — to put it mildly — of the real events which
    • realization. We must take a new look at events, for the
    • Emotions, sympathies and antipathies prevent people from
    • events of March 1917
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    • events of our time, at least to some extent. We have
    • sources of such events — and today we are very much
    • in the event of which I have just spoken, we have to point to
    • trace some of the events which have arisen because of
    • reasons and final impulses for events on earth can only be
    • tail of events. The danger inherent in all this must be
    • affairs. People do not like to speak of events in human
    • a particular course of events. Psychic influences of this
    • never write about the most important event, which is something
    • us assume an event — for example the battle between
    • after 1879 we come to the mirroring event: You get 1913, the
    • happening now will not really come as a surprise. Events in
    • spiritual world and not to sleep through events. This is why
    • events go by unnoticed.
    • Europe draw conclusions from such events. If we here in the
    • war and the events taking place in Russia — what would
    • spiritual events and spiritual entities which are beyond the
    • threshold. Events in this world are not merely general but
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    • impulses and inner responses. Events like these which play
    • have spoken; they knew that the events I have described as
    • complacent in recent times and this prevents them from
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    • 11a) where material events and material attitudes and
    • people are prepared to learn from events. Someone who had
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    • The event I have been referring to in the
    • partial understanding of the significant events of the
    • account of important events like this as they do of natural
    • give validity again to spiritual events, which can be
    • can the events in which human beings are caught up be really
    • to this important event it is quite easy to establish how
    • from the time of the significant events I have described to
    • event which occurred in 1879. Until then they had their
    • blood. Nothing is more likely to prevent human progress than
    • fifth; this, together with the sixth and seventh, will be old
    • seventh periods, even if they are still being poured into
    • presents itself as the event of November 1879 is now coming
    • The events of
    • sixth and seventh post-Atlantean ages in terms of Darwin's
    • must be understood today when great, tremendous events happen
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    • of the significant events which now present themselves to the
    • human mind, events in which humanity is now caught up and
    • spiritual world form the background to these events. I have
    • beings. Present-day events can therefore only be understood
    • events in spiritual regions were reflected here on earth, two
    • darkness wanted to prevent spiritual experiences, living
    • important elements which will be the background to events now
    • ‘in preparation’, after the events which have
    • events appear to be in accord with the notions some people
    • individuals who are involved in current events, for example,
    • the very ideas which have led to present events when those
    • events clearly show them to have been wrong. Do people think
    • great deal to do with the events of the year 1917, having
    • the present time is that we go deeply into the events which
    • must gain as much insight as possible into the events of the
    • The events in
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    • events which took place — as it were, behind the scenes
    • physical world, for events here in the physical world truly
    • do reflect spiritual events.
    • characterize the events of the time more or less as follows.
    • eleventh centuries we find the earth's power of attraction
    • nevertheless true that earthly events are connected with such
    • own. Events like these must be seen in conjunction with
    • is that not later than the seventh millennium in earth evolution
    • age. However, it will go on beyond this, into the seventh
    • other impulses for the seventh post-Atlantean period of
    • happening in reality. Looking at events in outer life, one
    • development up to their twenty-seventh year, as I told you.
    • old. Before that, memorable events and
    • that are being written on current events. Again and again you
    • memorable events were described. You see, writing your family
    • way in which events are grouped and by the value given to one
    • way that the individual concerned gets a feeling for events
    • aspects of life around them and the events in which they
    • that the events which reign with such blood and terror over
    • in order to explain these events, but only if we point to
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    • up to the time of our seventh year, we are governed less by habit
    • objects or events, we then call physical truth.
    • to the scheduled programme. But when, after the event, these thirty
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    • Christ-Principle up to our day have not been able to prevent the
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    • this kind at work in events such as I have described: where in an
    • understand a harmless joke occasioned by some outer event. This lies
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    • interpretation of that apocalyptic event described in the New
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    • in His etheric form. Paul's vision at Damascus. The event of
    • other supremely important events. Those who prepared
    • form to men who have experienced the new Christ Event by means of
    • Through the new Christ Event, the communion between souls
    • of the Christ Event. In the second millennium, the spirit of
    • spirituality. The event of Damascus casts its light in advance.
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    • Preparation for this Event through the Development of Etheric Vision
    • Event of Christ's Appearance
    • for this Event
    • The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World,
    • all events in certain states of consciousness: in sleep and in those
    • in remaining in darkness, an event of such momentous
    • event of the Appearance of Christ on the earth might everywhere have
    • similar vein about a hundred years after the events in
    • most momentous event.
    • of surprise, for it was the same when the Christ Event took place at the
    • time — that men would prove incapable of grasping this event of
    • The great event
    • expected great event ... this would not in the least disprove what
    • for that was a unique event and will not be repeated. But He will
    • it is a preparation for the actual event of the new Appearance of
    • misfortune to overlook this event but that they shall be mature
    • sense appropriate this event. What has now been said — that all
    • thinking will conceive of this event as a descent of Christ in the flesh,
    • event to pass unnoticed but in the time that remains to us gradually
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    • founding of Christianity. The preparation for this great event was
    • endeavoured to grasp the nature and essence of the Christ Event.
    • — twice at all events, the one as the antithesis of the other.
    • must be brought into the world to prevent what is coming from
    • able to acquire through the mighty Christ Event. We have heard that
    • be? All things, all events that come about normally in the evolution
    • indicative of future happenings was cast in advance by the event of
    • had lived somewhat later, he might have experienced the Christ Event
    • conviction. For this event revealed to him the reality of Christ's
    • Event is not confined to one point of time only. In the case of Paul it
    • through Grace; and others, too, experienced similar events through
    • repetition of the event of Damascus. The great and momentous feature
    • event. The Christ, now to be found in the spiritual sphere of the
    • faculties. If men are alert they will experience this event of
    • truth concerning the Christ Event. A remarkable parallelism of
    • steadily increase. Men who may still believe that these events can be
    • event in store for us can be called: the Reappearance of Christ Jesus
    • and more human beings. It is an event that has significance not only
    • the time of the Christ Event ... they will experience it in the way
    • the Event of Golgotha was
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    • tableau of long past events. The same thing is described by
    • eventually, we go back to only one. That is the true state of
    • weakness in one's command of present events. When, however, the
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    • passive thinking we may be said to accept world events in an altogether
    • the force to picture events in reverse. By so doing we free the inner
    • but with our will into every single event in nature.
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    • the connection between single events in life is quite different from
    • sense-world — a later event always follows an earlier
    • one. The dream takes events that could happen in the sense-world and
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    • world of spirit. Events both inward and outward, experienced in our
    • such a dream, not by looking at its outward events, but by accepting
    • perceive the momentous cosmic event of the Moon, in a quite
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    • Thus the event
    • seen in all its fundamental significance for the course of events in
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    • events on Earth in the course of the twenty-four hours by saying:
    • sleeping in earthly life. And as in earthly life only those events a
    • wheels of births and deaths the spiritual events involved are those a
    • order to grasp these events we must form a sound conception of how
    • scope of the events which enter into earthly life. A great deal that
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    • prevent a start being made in speaking honestly of these
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    • takes place among these Beings as spiritual events, just as here
    • there are natural events; with all that takes place in them as art of
    • eventually be transformed.
    • great, momentous event we call the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • knowledge, their wisdom, extended to the source of events in the
    • prevented by the growing power of the Church from speaking
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    • feelings prevents us from falling asleep. It is impossible then to
    • suppose that such an event as the appearance of Christ can recur in
    • The next event, then, is
    • these events take place. And even now spiritual-science is working to
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    • great event. This will be as follows: The old ego passes out and
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    • The address and seventeen lectures presented here were
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    • contains seventeen of the more than 6000 lectures given by
    • period of time to the same audience. The seventeen lectures
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    • explain, it was an event that had great inner significance. A
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    • and events and living beings of that realm. We should seek
    • to arise eventually in the East. Far from it! These movements
    • understands nothing of the course of events on a grand scale.
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    • outside. The seventh sense is already doubtful — the
    • them, then he would see that the decline can be prevented
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    • contemporary historical events — although it is
    • certainly necessary to speak up — such events would
    • world events presently resembles that of an unusually
    • unimportant events, however, frequently point to something
    • events. Sectarian activities are least of all in harmony with
    • present-day world events. What is to be advocated today must
    • course of events has become so complex, when it is so
    • harmony with world events as far as possible, using all
    • events of the present, we head straight for sectarianism. We
    • are duty bound to study the contemporary course of events
    • is the inevitable course of natural events related to the
    • course of events does indeed show this. Look at the so-called
    • current events. Above all, we need a complete reconstruction
    • life, the course of public events throughout the civilized
    • responsibility in face of the whole trend of present events
    • world events, this is also not in harmony with present-day
    • side, we see the course of world events. We see how the
    • molecules — and if we were not prevented, so to speak,
    • must become involved in the course of world events. It must
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    • future events. Something like this appears in the columns on
    • programs of the Bolshevists and current events. What was
    • philologically that today's events correspond to the earlier
    • leading to current events. Yet they wish to remain unknown
    • in which such events were reported in former days simply by
    • Ahrimanic nature. The events of the last few years can only
    • events. It is true that the path to forming judgments in this
    • by himself what time it is. Recent events have demonstrated
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    • comedies, that they knew the events occurring in a comedy
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    • desire to sleep through the actual events, and are glad to be
    • the actual cause of the catastrophic events in the past few
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    • important it is for certain circles to prevent by all means
    • symbolic event attesting to the fact that Schiller pondered
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    • kind, but an event. It was an event also in this respect,
    • in a certain respect significant for the events of that time.
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    • stream of cosmic events.” This feeling of being an
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    • the first to the seventh year; from the seventh to the
    • human being only until his seventh year. We are confronted
    • assume the elephant shape and is prevented from doing so only
    • it were. Our physical body merely prevents us from turning
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    • prevented from carrying this out entirely, but it has the
    • physical body, the etheric body is prevented from realizing
    • themselves with this awareness that the future events of
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    • of the fact that the most important and fundamental events
    • with a juristic element, how the events that run their course
    • the visible. Then, the events that were to take place on
    • events; something that is sacred in one epoch can turn into
    • spiritual life of the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth,
    • passive, the gods will eventually enter into one, reveal
    • themselves in the various events that take place. If one
    • events and then perished left behind as a last legacy as much
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    • and that super-sensible events took place. One must conceive
    • of the fact that in regard to the event of Golgotha, even
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    • ourselves. The relationship between the events of the times
    • brought about the events of the most recent years. Such
    • the events of the war, were those who initially wished to
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    • desires not to be destroyed. One cannot bear the event of
    • people eventually accustom themselves to consider these
    • intelligence that emerges after the seventh year? Where was
    • a power that is active in the body only up to the seventh
    • at what takes place in the child's body up until the seventh
    • gradually after the seventh year. Here you have a concrete
    • until the seventh year. Now comes spiritual science and
    • harmony with the things and events of the external world.
    • works upon the shaping of our form until the seventh year,
    • human beings eventually originated. Right-feeling people go
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    • in shaping the course of events.
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    • in shaping the course of events.
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • concealed behind events. The great turning points in the
    • Goetheanism. Historical events and the lives of individuals
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • of a world government to prevent future wars.
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • phenomena and uncover the deeper layer of meaning in events
    • events in isolation, we shall here consider them as
    • past. Recall for a moment the events of history as presented
    • overlooked amid the tangled skein of events. Now we know from
    • continuation of the eleventh or twelfth centuries. People
    • give due consideration to the moment when events take on a
    • the Eastern areas, is profoundly influenced by those events
    • into Europe. When we link an event such as the transference
    • tendencies and influences which were connected with the event
    • you will find no such coherent pattern of events when you
    • historical event, a complex of facts of this kind, you must
    • event of Avignon you find a complex of acts and decisions
    • human soul such as we see in the event of Avignon and the
    • from the preconceived idea: of two events, if one follows from
    • the other, then the later event must be considered as the effect
    • and the earlier event the cause — the common sense view
    • consider this event as a symptomatic event in the recent
    • external events accordingly — or at least liked to
    • imagine that they shaped events. This spirit of independence
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • seventeenth century. This enigmatic figure appeared on the
    • on the threshold of the seventeenth century, occupying a
    • seventeenth century, a personality who typified all the
    • thread of events in the history of France in the nineteenth
    • century we never really know how a later event came to be
    • associated with the previous event; they seem to follow each
    • of the old Indian epoch reappear in the seventh epoch. These
    • other hand the impulse already exists which prevents mankind
    • must be prevented. We have therefore two streams in
    • asleep whilst events took their course. And finally with
    • that does not prevent the volcano from erupting and burying
    • said upon this problem in the seventies by those who
    • active part in events.
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • symptomatic events — the discovery of America, the
    • discover the factors underlying world events. Recall for a
    • various symptomatic events which I have described to you. And
    • modern Russian history, you do not read of those events which
    • are unaware that the events of these last four years are
    • revolution of 1830, not the political events in Paris. Thus
    • courage to follow closely the course of events, for it is
    • examine more objectively the events at the periphery.
    • events, and it is this that we must study. We must ask
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • historical events, that they are already in touch with the
    • to arrive at the super-sensible reality behind the events, a
    • As you know events took a different course. The radical wing
    • events upon the outmoded world conceptions of certain middle
    • the seventies to develop new ideas. Let us look at this a
    • forties. The decades between the forties and the seventies
    • was given until the end of the seventies to apprehend those
    • dashed. By the end of the seventies the bourgeoisie had
    • to the seventies the middle class had been asleep and we
    • cannot afford to ignore the consequence. The tide of events
    • end of the seventies the bourgeoisie had not understood the
    • the forties to the end of the seventies, they had been
    • historical events.
    • between the forties and the seventies the ideas of
    • sixth and seventh cultural epochs the individual will have to
    • to recognize more and more in the events of external history
    • know that death is his lot. In that event birth is
    • events of history are subject to birth and death, and that,
    • externally, in the events of history, in order to discover
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • events of the present day.
    • from the forties to the end of the seventies. Nonetheless the
    • sixth postAtlantean epoch and the early years of the seventh
    • And in the seventh epoch, a part of what is now the fourth
    • Austria had described the events and personalities as people
    • reminders that, if we wish to portray certain events today,
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • prevents them from attaining to freedom.
    • this event. I tried to show that in the movement which the
    • intuitions of cosmic events, that when he makes his own not
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • factor is intimately linked with the march of events in
    • clearly recognize that external events are in reality simply
    • yard-stick of external events will scarcely find causes, even
    • lecture I spoke of the forties to the seventies as the
    • how the end of the seventies saw the beginning of those
    • seventies and of recent years has come perilously close to
    • and the events connected with it enabled the Hapsburgs to
    • incomprehension. In face of the present catastrophic events
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • Now many of the symptomatic events of today are closely
    • associated with the events which occurred at the beginning of
    • — is related to the catastrophic events of the present
    • events to become the People of the Christ.
    • not say in face of present events
    • namely, that, paradoxically, external events often contradict
    • the Christ impulse upon a historical event at the beginning
    • apparent in external events. An important secret of European
    • extent that the Christ impulse was limited to a single event
    • the historical event — Christ summons and assembles all
    • diametrically opposed to that of Jesuitism? In that event a
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    • in shaping the course of events.
    • understand these events we must consider the question: what
    • with a unique event at the beginning of our era and was later
    • understand events and trace them back to their origin we must
    • face against evolution. When, in the seventies, the ‘Old
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    • opinions but in the events in which the men of the present
    • At all events,
    • that reacts in turn upon the events of other kinds.
    • and in the last resort the social events of our time have
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    • life. Then, in the seventies, Positivism, such as is held by
    • sixties, seventies and eighties. And it is true, if we
    • climax. Then it declines to decadence in the seventh,
    • the case, my dear friends, events are coming in the future
    • events are coming which will seem to justify this
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    • veil of world-phenomena and world events. For a long time
    • events. Hence there must be a renewal of many things in our
    • important earthly event of all, the Mystery of Golgotha. True
    • thing to speak of the Mystery of Golgotha as a real event
    • thing of ordinary life for comparison. An event that takes
    • has been said about this spiritual event (for such is the
    • event on Earth — the Mystery of Golgotha — must
    • — of a time of conflict, a time when chaotic events are
    • taking place in human evolution, events from which as I have
    • many who have learnt nothing yet from the events of the last
    • in form as it was four and a half years ago. Events are
    • cannot prevent it from going forward on its way which is the
    • catastrophic events of our time.
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    • to prevent man from reaching the Divine. No wonder,
    • consequence of the preceding events. Above all things, we
    • and terrible events have taken place in the last four or five
    • souls have experienced through these events, with respect to
    • friends, is a spiritual event which has entered into the
    • impossible. They are wanting to prevent the rise of something
    • mankind; it cannot be prevented. But it must also call forth
    • appalling event in the Earth's history with the beginning of
    • Cross — the greatest event on Earth is brought about. A
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    • exactly with the age of Christ Jesus. This event bestowed
    • between events. Example of the gypsy and Rousseau. The I
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    • more aspects of this event. It is certain that as yet we on
    • movement who has suffered much through the events taking
    • peculiarity of present events was like a ray of light helping
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    • present problems. Current events do indeed present a riddle
    • Christ gradually faded. Then came the event which replaced
    • concepts. The way he is naturally organized prevents him, if
    • An event that illustrates this quite aptly took place
    • tried from the beginning to prevent spiritual science from
    • events.” And then the good fellow proceeds to show how
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    • events as proof of external religious manifestations. The
    • incapable of intervening in events, then one blames all kinds
    • need not be. Nor can there be any feeling for events in
    • events that took place in the 18th century, particularly in
    • manifesto. This event was very remarkable, and I would like
    • Brentano's innate honesty prevented him from publishing
    • also to recognize the real issues in things and events around
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    • color and sound, but that does not prevent Professor Max
    • Rudolf Steiner. However, their opposition shall not prevent
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    • to realize that it was lack of understanding which prevented
    • to the change of teeth, to about the seventh year, the second
    • and excellent herb, but if it is prevented from flowering no
    • now too far removed from the historical event to absorb the
    • the Christ event. That is why we are going not only through
    • course of external events shows the necessity for the Christ
    • recognize that there is a connection between the events
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    • sleep the chain of his life's external events is broken. This
    • events or are useful for some action. But these things have a
    • that he should concern himself with events in life which,
    • surface of life's events. To someone who is concerned only
    • In his fine article about gypsies he describes the event. And it
    • connecting threads between distant events, we strengthen our
    • relating disparate events, we become aware of a force which
    • to seek out the relation between remote events for no other
    • events of the spiritual world must be sought in subtler ways
    • discover hidden connections between events, as I have
    • chance! But you see, such events are in reality no mere
    • of event in which connections are hidden and which involved
    • prophetic, then one can no longer consider such events as
    • formulate mental pictures of future events you clothe the
    • and seek out threads between events in which human beings
    • writing such passages was his way of describing events which,
    • connections between events which must be sought with effort,
    • to seek out such delicate connections between remote events
    • event of the worm with a triangle saying that the triangle
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    • surface of life's events; they must be sought in the
    • ordinary historical research into the course of events since
    • somewhat different attitude to events than the natural
    • scientist, and not only to external events and processes but
    • was not prevented, and thus permitted to occur by Britain,
    • everything to prevent war, when suddenly they found
    • channels through which events were guided and manipulated.
    • events that took place on the Balkans were all planned by
    • about present-day events; it can also help us to base our
    • behind historical events. Today it is necessary that we learn
    • the surface of events. Interesting is also the way he has
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    • within himself would prevent him from fulfilling that task.
    • adequate view of world events. For example, without such
    • concepts. We must not sleep through the significant events
    • of such events. Take for example what took place at Oxford in
    • connections between events in life. It is able to seek out
    • events, of history and social problems now and in the future,
    • tragic events.
    • events usually talked about. It is necessary to dig much
    • of what happens beneath the surface of external events. It is
    • the hidden secrets directly connected with present events,
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    • earth-consciousness prevents Wotan from securing the Ring, which
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    • the events of the earth. Brunhilde withdraws into exile. Flaming fire
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    • idea of Bayreuth. The events of 1848 were only an insignificant symptom
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    • contrast to realities, by which we mean the events
    • ordinary consciousness, because this sleep-dimness prevents
    • repeated earth-lives and karma, lost since the seventh or
    • back, beyond the seventh or eighth century before the Mystery
    • that what became evident in the seventeenth century had been
    • was only seventeen when he wrote it. He never altered; he
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    • regarding current events from an inner, Spiritual point of
    • view. We can get a correct picture of these events which have
    • often — taken a comprehensive view of events, some
    • of man, but the natural event in its deep connections with
    • the seventh, the second with the sixth, the third with the
    • sense. Yet, taking the capitol and base of the seventh, and
    • superimpose the high surfaces of the seventh on the hollow
    • the first exactly fitted the hollow surfaces of the seventh.
    • manifestations of spiritual events, divine evolution is
    • world-events had not hindered it.
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    • Western civilised humanity — comprises the seventh and
    • instance, are proved by historical events as far as the
    • light of present events the tales about the Roman Empire of
    • real estimate of recent events. Something escapes the notice
    • seventh or eighth century B.C. and the
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    • seventh or eighth century before the Mstery of Golotha. In
    • consider historical events from the point of view of
    • back through events which we still have to appraise.
    • seventeenth century. Yet what is contained in their symbols
    • has been entirely concealed since the seventeenth century,
    • find that the third ends about the seventh or eighth century
    • the events of the time came to pass under its impress.
    • lived in outer events was the influence of Faith. The power
    • events plays the chief part. Now we can put the question: How
    • through the aeons, and could connect the Event of Golgotha
    • the Event of Golgotha which led those who first interpreted
    • event in the worlds of great cosmic happenings.
    • the course of events through the centuries, the higher
    • Mystery of Golgotha and cosmic events, has been quite lost in
    • link between their faith and the events of he Mystery of
    • earlier trend of events? Venice led trade back from
    • Men must eventually learn to employ higher concepts than
    • seventeenth century, Johann Valentine Andreae wrote the story
    • as a youth of seventeen, when he was still unripe in external
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    • human soul, in, for instance, the eleventh or twelfth
    • it that prevents man from observing rightly how his various
    • prevented by the circumstance that, as constituted in the
    • events not the Catholic ritual, which has its full inner
    • one event of sacred history: the story of the Redemption, of
    • Cartesianism in the seventeenth century, and by the
    • Heisler, a protestant theologian, gave seventeen sermons in
    • with a cure of souls at Constance, where these seventeen
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    • because man, civilised man, at the time of the Divine Event,
    • itself there took place a spiritual event, which went its way
    • outer civilisation with a Mystery-Event is unthinkable in any
    • reality of spiritual events was relegated to a region quite
    • outside the soul; sacred, spiritual events were not to be
    • behind events, he separated the one from the other and said:
    • closer the events of history are surveyed; indeed, a
    • course of events. In the fourth post-Atlantean age, the
    • sense-perceptible, physical events; there is no
    • connection. For anyone observing the relations of events in
    • events arise; never from a past inheritance, or from fear, or
    • active in human evolution take on various nuances, and events
    • — all this, in view of the great events now playing
    • events of the present day may be met in the right way, it is
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    • to have little foresight of coming events. This is shown by
    • the fact that most events come as a surprise, in the most
    • remarkable events should take people by surprise. Speak of
    • future events.
    • the events of the last centuries according to the Church,
    • super-earthly, and the cosmic events beyond the sphere of
    • events around one, it is impossible not to be taken by
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    • from events in history, becoming impulses of soul in subsequent
    • souls united by their karma. The connection of events in Nature with
    • influence of materialistic thinking. Events in elemental Nature and
    • events due to civilisation. Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers play into
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    • the events of the day he bears within him impulses of quite a
    • remarkable events, of profound significance in history. Haroun al
    • the very same event that I have sketched diagrammatically on the
    • attention to certain events that occurred in the region we should now
    • call the north-east of France. These events also took place in the
    • large States, in the days when events took place more within smaller
    • active in the seventies of last century. Truth to tell, ever since I
    • the seventies and beginning of the eighties, the picture of this
    • and prophetic utterances made by Otto Hausner in the seventies and
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    • Anglo-Saxon chieftain, at whose investigation he was eventually
    • married a man who first took part in all the confused events of the
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    • connection with the events of the world and of history will certainly
    • events he belongs to the whole wide universe — then, simply by
    • and craftiness, albeit still in the rough, about the events connected
    • may be that some historical event which is connected with the person
    • event.
    • of world-events around observation of man himself in history. And man
    • participant in historical events. For Mathilde is actually the owner
    • historical events with great perspicacity; subconsciously and
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    • Mystery-centre, when an experience came to him of an event that made
    • through this event.
    • significant, symptomatic event in world-history was lived through by
    • through these symptomatic events there came to him the crystal-clear
    • dismay which a symptomatic event of the kind referred to must
    • who as an Initiate had experienced the deeply symptomatic event
    • terrible event — all this, in the last third of the 19th
    • alchemical pursuits are still alive. He jumbles up events that occur
    • the transitoriness of the single events in man's life and
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    • present. How often our attention is arrested by events in history
    • our attention upon a single event in history and omit to ask: How do
    • certain types of character emerge from this event? What form will
    • unasked, certain events in history seem to be entirely meaningless,
    • would prevent one from experiencing all that is required in order to
    • terrible event had occurred, an event of which I shall speak in a
    • was here being voiced through human lips. The event referred to was
    • when this shattering event had just occurred, I was on my way to
    • Schröer. The event itself was not the reason for my visit
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    • The events which occur in life cause us many illusions. As a rule we
    • its events.
    • fact that when specially significant karmic events enter a
    • man's life, they are connected with inner events in his life
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    • all events a fragment of consciousness. And, above all, that which
    • what really happens with the events of life. For what does a man do
    • with events and experiences, as they approach him in the course of
    • events of the first day and the first night. Now we come to the
    • the event of the previous earth-life, or of some previous earth-life,
    • feeling and through will, one gets the picture of the causal event of
    • previous incarnation, and when I then look back to the event which I
    • that the picture is fettering me.’ Then this event of the
    • event, but bring a number of. events of the day into picture-form in
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    • the outer world, natural laws prevail and events occur for which the
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    • receive from the cosmos enough support to prevent the normal
    • that he would hear something more than a name: events in the
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    • over the tableau of his earthly life since birth, all the events he
    • the Imaginations are suppressed and the pictures of the events of
    • the whole event is there and does not fade away; it remains and forms
    • in order to show you how karmic events in life point back to
    • beheld the actual Event of Golgotha.
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    • recent lectures and will eventually lead to an understanding of
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    • find description after description of events and phenomena which are
    • events of the days but comes into operation between the days, in the
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    • directs his gaze to the whole flow of cosmic and human events and not
    • perceives the connection between the events which take place among
    • at another. There are occasions when we can observe events in nature
    • events as belonging merely to the natural order, we are confronted
    • general impression we have of the world. For here we behold events
    • that simply break into the cosmic order, events which are so
    • connection with these elemental events in nature.
    • we examine the karmic connections of such events as these in the same
    • meteorological events — all this interrupts the regular rhythm
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    • disablement. — Again, there are events for which the devices of
    • event.
    • taken place. Contemplating the event in the light of spiritual
    • is this: How does karma work in an event of this
    • the difference between such an event in elemental nature and an event
    • this event they were torn as it were out of their
    • things are, the events that would otherwise have been spread across
    • an event of elemental nature, Initiation-Science may, nay must, put
    • the question: When and where was this event set in train? And the
    • background of existence. In the light of such knowledge, events do
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    • sense-giving center to historical events; spiritual science
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    • empty space, then the memory of the events of the previous
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    • event of the world as what takes place in the mineral
    • kingdom. We incorporate our deed into this event and thus
    • over what in him is the life of freedom. Then, at all events,
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    • of ways by outer events, but nevertheless subjective
    • unknown. Not indeed in the individual events, for they must
    • in us eternally — the process at all events is eternal,
    • great quantities of antipathy, to prevent the vindication of
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    • being as spiritual events. The soul element is, so to speak,
    • being. As soon as we approach the actual spiritual events,
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    • that prevent them from receiving what the soul undoubtedly
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    • The Event of the Christ.
    • approaches — even if it is only in spirit — the events of
    • — but he must approach the events of Palestine, he cannot
    • the written word, but to the events, in the form in which they have
    • event of the Christ, and if we wish to understand what has been given
    • this understanding which is so important) for the event of the
    • Christ. He disregards the event of the Christ and proceeds to
    • investigate earlier events of human evolution. He will then find that
    • the whole past in such a way that, had he lived after the event of
    • the Christ, he would have passed through the Christ event in his
    • is able to go back into the earlier events of human evolution by
    • passing through the Christ event. And we may then ask ourselves:
    • earlier events of human evolution by passing through the Christ
    • event, how would such an occultist have to appear in order to avoid
    • event ... This Christ event, however, has not yet taken place at the
    • which has arisen through the fact that the Christ event has in the
    • Christ event was drawing nigh, all these souls have looked back with
    • events, he would also have said: “If men return to the
    • far reached the point of preventing man from going out of his own
    • which will lead him upwards and will prevent his being overwhelmed by
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    • The Event of the Christ.
    • approaches — even if it is only in spirit — the events of
    • — but he must approach the events of Palestine, he cannot
    • the written word, but to the events, in the form in which they have
    • event of the Christ, and if we wish to understand what has been given
    • this understanding which is so important) for the event of the
    • Christ. He disregards the event of the Christ and proceeds to
    • investigate earlier events of human evolution. He will then find that
    • the whole past in such a way that, had he lived after the event of
    • the Christ, he would have passed through the Christ event in his
    • is able to go back into the earlier events of human evolution by
    • passing through the Christ event. And we may then ask ourselves:
    • earlier events of human evolution by passing through the Christ
    • event, how would such an occultist have to appear in order to avoid
    • event ... This Christ event, however, has not yet taken place at the
    • which has arisen through the fact that the Christ event has in the
    • Christ event was drawing nigh, all these souls have looked back with
    • events, he would also have said: “If men return to the
    • far reached the point of preventing man from going out of his own
    • which will lead him upwards and will prevent his being overwhelmed by
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    • powers. And so the religions point to a cosmic-earthly event that
    • dreams murmured: Causality rules in the world; one event always
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    • powers. And so the religions point to a cosmic-earthly event that
    • dreams murmured: Causality rules in the world; one event always
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    • in which, on the one hand, astronomical events are calculated
    • middle of the 15th century, if we cannot relate the events of
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    • an event in the life of soul, but it needs the inner basis of
    • a memory with respect to the event to which the memory
    • stars were no mere passive pictures of indifferent events but
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    • Moon-events, namely the processes in the female organism. In
    • phases, a succession of events, taking their course in 28
    • days. Although, as things are now, these events are not at
    • all dependent on any actual Moon-events, yet they are somehow
    • the experiencing of outer events and the memory of them comes
    • functional reexperiencing of an external process or event.
    • be studied in connection with external cosmic events, and not
    • — if we try to draw conclusions as to the real events
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    • regions of the Earth where in the Middle Ages these events
    • events on Earth appear as an expression of cosmic happenings
    • itself again about the eleventh millennium after. What is in
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    • our sense-perception by our own will. At all events, our will
    • at one time actually linked with the corresponding events in
    • with the outer events. yet the periodicity — the
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    • undertaken and carried forward. It is at all events possible.
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    • We have no other alternative. In no event can the Earth be
    • again to prevent fairy-tales arising. What I intend is to
    • plant-forming process what has to be prevented in the animal.
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    • events. It can come about by our moving deliberately. When we
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    • Universe was to unfold by purely natural events. So then
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    • of spring is a symbol of an event performed by the Spirit — namely,
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of the present age to regard the year of the Event of Golgotha as the
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    • of spring is a symbol of an event performed by the Spirit — namely,
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of the present age to regard the year of the Event of Golgotha as the
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    • consequence of the events which we have been considering,
    • necessity.’ We must turn our attention to those events
    • things of a certain event in earthly evolution — an
    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • events in the sky. According to the ancient Mystery-priests
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    • events beyond the Earth; it is, as it were, a spiritual, if
    • would truly understand the working of events in history.
    • removed as far as can be from any comprehension of events
    • of the Fall is the event which we can place in the primeval
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    • were well aware how much depended, even for earthly events,
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    • important cosmic event was the separation of the Sun from the
    • personified in Christ Jesus. The Event of Golgotha is the
    • greatest Event in the evolution of Man and the Cosmos.
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    • shall also understand that deeply significant event in the
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    • when the masses of mist dispersed. This event has remained
    • and seventh ages of civilisation the Spirit Self and the Life
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    • to perceive the value of this mighty event to the whole of
    • towards the Sun: he knows that the event of Christ becoming
    • man is not only a human event, but that it is a cosmic
    • event.
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    • still three Ages to go through before this event will come:
    • physical body. The Event on Golgotha is the initiation of a
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    • deeper share in the events of the past years feel as if they had
    • the events of the time must appear full of problems which touch
    • their gaze to the historical event upon Golgotha; they beheld a
    • the event of Damascus, before he perceived that the earth is
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    • the events of the time must appear full of problems which touch
    • their gaze to the historical event upon Golgotha; they beheld a
    • the event of Damascus, before he perceived that the earth is
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    • powers is to prevent this course of development.
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    • powers is to prevent this course of development.
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    • He has simply had a foreboding, he has simply foreseen an event
    • memory, the picture of some real event stands before the soul,
    • ordinary life we allow events to guide us far more than we
    • soul-spiritual events can therefore be described in detail, when
    • events of earthly life when we return into the body. Now we know
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    • He has simply had a foreboding, he has simply foreseen an event
    • memory, the picture of some real event stands before the soul,
    • ordinary life we allow events to guide us far more than we
    • soul-spiritual events can therefore be described in detail, when
    • events of earthly life when we return into the body. Now we know
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    • reaches its human fulfillment in the event which took place in
    • through the event of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • cannot prevent us from stating the truth. But it can prevent us
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    • reaches its human fulfillment in the event which took place in
    • through the event of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • cannot prevent us from stating the truth. But it can prevent us
  • Title: Lecture: How Can We Gain Knowledge of the Supersensible Worlds?
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    • to the past, but also in connection with certain events which do
    • the world's events. He is then able to look, as it were,
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    • to the past, but also in connection with certain events which do
    • the world's events. He is then able to look, as it were,
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    • course of events. This strengthens the will contained in our
    • looked up to that Event which had been described to them as
    • Golgotha, the event which took place on Mount Golgotha. St. Paul
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    • course of events. This strengthens the will contained in our
    • looked up to that Event which had been described to them as
    • Golgotha, the event which took place on Mount Golgotha. St. Paul
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    • OF ITS DEVELOPMENT THE EVENT OF GOLGOTHA. We see how this event
    • before this event, there only existed forces which would have led
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    • OF ITS DEVELOPMENT THE EVENT OF GOLGOTHA. We see how this event
    • before this event, there only existed forces which would have led
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture I: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism
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    • if within it there did not exist something which prevents
    • this decay. That which every moment prevents this living
    • being from decaying, the preventing factor of such a decay,
    • substances, to maintain them and to prevent their decay. What
    • hold everything together, preventing the physical body, which
    • in plants. To prevent misunderstandings, let me add that in
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    • seventh member of his being. Atma is connected with the
    • spread-out picture. Every event, even the most insignificant,
    • having the above-mentioned quality of preventing the decay of
    • second task. Since every event in life, whether, pleasure or
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture V: Metamorphoses of Our Earthly Experiences in the Spiritual World
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    • whereas crooked legs which were not healed up to the seventh
    • seventh year the brain is also engaged in the work of
    • forms. Up to the seventh year, the child is in reality
    • body, from the seventh to the fourteenth year; or to the
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    • character and inner qualities or to external events, is
    • experience as inner effects of external events — joy or
    • significant historical event. Upon the great masses of
    • to-day, nor was the “seventh” day imagined in
    • a preventive against that which would inevitably occur if men
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    • These two events prepared our present development.
    • dull clairvoyance, and the events which were later on related
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    • an exceptional event.
    • human being had no name, for birth was no special event. All
    • grow ever more ... An event had therefore to occur which
    • calling into life a spiritual love, and this event is
    • of Christianity prevented that which would otherwise have
    • prophets, for they pointed towards a coming event. This event
    • event could only take place because an individuality as
    • Golgotha an event took place which has a significance greatly
    • surpassing that of any other event.
    • event upon Golgotha has overcome everything which had once to
    • It was there, as a historical event, visible to physical
    • strange event appearing before one's eyes; that black wall is
    • seventh stage, the “Ascension”, which cannot be
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    • freedom if future events can be foreseen!” But here
    • in any way influence the events. If these events could be
    • seventh is what we the
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    • spiritual life began in the seventies of last century and was
    • physical world and who were eventually led by their karma to the
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    • comes and tells of things of the spiritual world and of events that
    • who eventually attains the faculty to see the tree-spirits come forth
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    • look back over the historical evolution of mankind and see how event
    • follows event in the course of the ages, we are accustomed to regard
    • these events as though we might find in more recent times the effects
    • succeed in explaining the Great War simply as an effect of the events
    • the end of the 18th century out of the events that preceded it. Many
    • is that the events in human history only become capable of
    • part in these events, in respect of their repeated lives on earth.
    • and genuine study of history, beholding the external events against
    • certain events on earth received great illumination. We meet in
    • certain historical events and connections. After Ignatius Loyola's
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    • Event.
    • European population — barbarous at all events in Central and
    • seventh member of the human being.
    • in spiritual light, the Event of Golgotha.
    • actual historical Event of Golgotha.
    • the scenes of world-history, sublime and wonderful events were taking
    • the end of the seventies of last century. The Ruling Power, known by
    • European civilisation, was succeeded at the end of the seventies of
    • belongs to the Sun sphere, in the seventies of the 19th century. Thus
    • it were the other direction of the Christ Event, namely, the
    • from that other event, namely, the meeting of Christ with His own
    • decisive event which took place in the year 869 in the super-sensible
    • the real course of events. In the physical world the Council of
    • such a sublime event — a kind of conference between the
    • the events in the outer world at the present time. But it is
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    • before a very definite eventuality.
    • certainly be able to realise what such an eventuality meant. The
    • before; so of the two eventualities, the fortunate one for the
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
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    • the causes which led to the catastrophic events of the
    • present catastrophic events have arisen. Here we must
    • to understand them. If we wish to understand such an event as
    • that the event had to take place, that it could not
    • happened. No event arising in world history is
    • it is necessary, no event is necessary in this
    • latter sense. Each event might have been different,
    • nonsense when we try to derive the necessity of one event
    • course of events. We reach them only when we can at least
    • of a world-historical event is only reached when we can view
    • this event according to the methods of spiritual science.
    • instance, certain events during the eighties of the
    • nineteenth century been different, the events in 1914 would
    • now takes place is the effect of preceding events, these are
    • in turn the effect of preceding events, which are the effect
    • of still other events, etc. We come thus not only to the
    • the root of a plant begins somewhere, so also do events.
    • sown, then the events do not arise. I have touched upon a
    • necessity, there is not a single event which is absolutely
    • events in such a way that one event must necessarily arise
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    • sense an historical event is necessary, and in what sense
    • such an event — as something which, generally speaking,
    • catastrophic events of the present day (the war) every human
    • this or that — and this or that prevents you. Think how
    • someone is prevented from continuing his walk because he
    • such sensational events take place. Even in such matters, we
    • turn our gaze toward the events that occur in our life and in
    • our surroundings and not toward the events that do
    • not occur, events that are continually being
    • prevented, continually being hindered.
    • prevented, can rise up in our consciousness in the same way
    • has been prevented from happening. What he does not notice in
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    • form about the events in the spiritual world, are thoughts
    • historical events, in the ethical, moral and social life of
    • life, memory leads us back again to some event which we have
    • weaves the events contained in the stream of historical and
    • social life and in the ethical-moral stream of human events;
    • stream of events taking place in the course of time, is a
    • continuous current, where one event follows upon the other.
    • He asks: — Why did certain events happen at the
    • caused by events at the end of the nineteenth
    • century. — Why did certain events happen at the end of
    • events in the middle of the nineteenth century. And events in
    • events at the beginning of the nineteenth century, and so
    • considering historical events as the result of immediately
    • preceding events is just the same as if a peasant were to
    • given you an example, by relating to you a sensational event
    • prefer to contemplate sensational events rather than consider
    • the other events, which are of exactly the same kind and take
    • you how such an event can occur: A man is accustomed to take
    • a sensational event. But one who considers the world calmly,
    • yet spiritually, will see in this event one of the many which
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    • senses, we would not see our life in its single events, but
    • This is connected with the event that I mentioned to you
    • — the event which took place in the autumn of 1879. Now
    • outside at the events taking place on earth. According to the
    • about. The events on the earth could be read rightly from out
    • say that the events of 1914 are the result of events in 1913,
    • that produced the events of a later period, which followed an
    • earlier one? The preceding historical events are merely the
    • social and ethical-moral course of events.
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    • have to learn (perhaps just the present catastrophic events
    • former event is always the cause of the latter. There is
    • 19th century, and then assuming that the events after
    • they are in no sense the consequence of events that occurred
    • develop in such a way that, on the one hand, the events of
    • historical events. A certain group of events takes shape
    • Certain historical events have their roots. A definitive
    • group of historical events may have their roots in the last
    • events expand and reach their extreme boundaries. In this
    • new root of historical events must begin. For decades,
    • historical events must spring out of direct intuition. But in
    • indeed exist where historical events are concerned. While
    • historical events should long ago have adopted another
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    • Result of the Catastrophic Events of the Great War
    • refers to the origin of certain historical events. People
    • speak of historical necessity; namely, that the events which
    • the result, as it were, of events which took place in the
    • also like to interpret the events taking place in the course
    • thinking very clearly when they say this, that all events,
    • perfect nonsense, although the expression — all events
    • human beings, we strive to prevent these effects from the
    • of historical events this takes place in the following way:
    • events as the present catastrophic one.
    • happenings. Just as necessities lie in the outer events of
    • Nature, so do wonders lie in spiritual events. No human being
    • to speak of the causes of our present catastrophic events, we
    • event which mankind was facing. There might still have been
    • time to avert the course of such an event. Of course, no one
    • this catastrophic event up to now clearly shows that if it
    • world. Of course, in less important things, events take place
    • of events. It does not show the impulse, the motive force
    • behind events. That which is to be the starting point and
    • impulse for events in the social and ethical life must come
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    • spiritual forces and activities enter into our events and
    • knowledge of the concrete spiritual events, as we have
    • into the events of his surroundings. The time when he knows
    • memory-process takes place when you look back over events
    • otherwise ... well, to picture it roughly, the events that
    • this “soul-sack” prevents you from perceiving
    • and prevents you from looking through.
    • but from the standpoint of others and of the events of the
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    • Earth. He is really united with the Earth as are those events which
    • the face of this 1 Must not just such events as these prove that man
    • events which touch us so painfully show us that we have no right to
    • only observe the external course of events we do not see this
    • events now taking place show us, for the very reason that, if we look
    • — those very events show us that we must seek more deeply to
    • our physical body, to the Earth. This is not a mere physical event,
    • for something spiritual takes place. But this spiritual event only
    • progress of events and especially as regards the present occurrences.
    • a difficult part in the great events of the times.
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    • Earth. He is really united with the Earth as are those events which
    • the face of this 1 Must not just such events as these prove that man
    • events which touch us so painfully show us that we have no right to
    • only observe the external course of events we do not see this
    • events now taking place show us, for the very reason that, if we look
    • — those very events show us that we must seek more deeply to
    • our physical body, to the Earth. This is not a mere physical event,
    • for something spiritual takes place. But this spiritual event only
    • progress of events and especially as regards the present occurrences.
    • a difficult part in the great events of the times.
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    • seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries in Central Europe, of which we
    • seriousness and awareness of the significance of the event that
    • events?” As Haeckel asks it, “Can one believe that
    • injury. In the face of all these events, do thoughts of wisdom,
    • events as these prove that the human being must stay in one place,
    • but by chance? Is it possible in the face of all these events to
    • “Precisely events such as those that touch us so painfully
    • now, just such events show that there is no justification for
    • the outer course of events that is considered, one does not see
    • that if we look only at these contemporary events externally,
    • we look only at these events and no meaning results, then precisely
    • is precisely events such as these that show us we cannot amply look
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • events that are taking place so painfully today that earthly life
    • events, also wanting what is appropriate in the development of
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    • seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries in Central Europe, of which we
    • seriousness and awareness of the significance of the event that
    • events?” As Haeckel asks it, “Can one believe that
    • injury. In the face of all these events, do thoughts of wisdom,
    • events as these prove that the human being must stay in one place,
    • but by chance? Is it possible in the face of all these events to
    • “Precisely events such as those that touch us so painfully
    • now, just such events show that there is no justification for
    • the outer course of events that is considered, one does not see
    • that if we look only at these contemporary events externally,
    • we look only at these events and no meaning results, then precisely
    • is precisely events such as these that show us we cannot amply look
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • events that are taking place so painfully today that earthly life
    • events, also wanting what is appropriate in the development of
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    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
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    • Christ-event
    • helpers of the Hierophant. The Christ-event the beginning of
    • external world through the historic Christ-event. The Kingdom
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    • greatest Event in the history of the earth and of man. The
    • Event presented in the Gospel of John; the second was in
    • accordance with descriptions of the event given by Luke; and
    • pointed out how important it is that accounts of this Event
    • an Event comprising in itself such a sum of occurrences
    • of this mighty Event. By recognizing this fact, and by
    • then approach this, the greatest Event in earthly evolution,
    • — and the effect these cosmic events had upon them. We
    • this, the greatest event in human and earthly evolution.
    • substance, and that this would be an historical event
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    • suppose that someone desired to say that a great event was to
    • exalted to convey the full meaning of such an event.
    • that through some event in the heavens, such as an eclipse of
    • the events relating to mankind's history were myths
    • great events of human evolution, when we find these expressed
    • the whole cosmos and the life of man this is, that events
    • taking place on earth are a reflection of cosmic events. Thus
    • from cosmic events. When what takes place upon the earth
    • up by Venus and prevented from shining directly on the earth;
    • lectures on St. Luke, in order to understand the events in
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    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
    • the most important events in our existence, are described,
    • this can best be done in a language drawn from cosmic events.
    • best when we treat them as a repetition of cosmiic events,
    • Parallel to this, other cosmic events took place, namely, the
    • event of the greatest importance; it was a voluntary opening
    • of the earth to the influences of the sun. This cosmic event
    • characteristic of the early Atlanteans was eventually lost.
    • see a repetition of cosmic events; the separation of the
    • legends, telling in a pictorial way of long-ago events, come
    • events, and this was sufficient for those ancient times.
    • described. From birth to his seventh year is a very special
    • physical body; from the seventh to the
    • body improves throughout the generations until the seventh
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth year, and from the
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    • Christ-event.
    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
    • prepared for this Great Event that it was ‘created by
    • The Event
    • as men not far removed in time from the events of Palestine.
    • then be disclosed about the greatest event in human
    • explained the greatest event of our evolution from the side
    • another stream of influence preparatory to this great Event.
    • immediately after the Christ Event in human evolution.
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    • the Christ Event, and vas stoned and hanged upon a tree. It
    • disappeared comparatively soon after the Christ Event, as
    • necessary to prepare humanity to grasp the mighty event of
    • received to aid him in the understanding of the Christ Event
    • Event, and taught how preparation was to be made for it.
    • Christ Event. This was a mystery peculiar to these
    • described as the ‘Event of Abraham’ they knew it
    • possible if an historical event were connected with it, that
    • a natural event; a man would be born who, through the power
    • as Jesus of Nazareth. In the events capable of providing a
    • mighty Event not one, but two personalities were
    • prevents knowledge of these forces—his attention being
    • seventh journey through the twelve signs, spirituality is
    • Luke-Jesus. These seventy-seven different human stages can be
    • been demonstrated that there were seventy-seven generations
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    • matter for surprise that in Luke only seventy-seven
    • of Matthew was correct in reckoning seventy-five to eighty
    • times, man remembered not only the events of his personal
    • how the seventy-seven names could really be spread over very
    • through the seventy-seven stages of purification in the
    • teaching was naturally associated at that time with events in
    • briefly recall the events connected with the particular
    • briefly recall the events connected with the particular
    • events shortly to be dealt with — the flight into Egypt
    • development of the astral body. Mighty and amazing events
    • brought this to pass, events which if we have no
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    • helpers of the Hierophant. The Christ-event the beginning of
    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
    • explain the significance of the Christ Event in human
    • evolution. The main outlines of that Event will be placed
    • Bodhisattva. Enclosed between these two events lies the
    • which is to enter humanity through the Christ Event will not
    • actually entered through the Christ Event, in a way similar
    • Christ Event, become to some extent a common attribute of
    • Event took place in order that this might come to pass. This
    • Event means for man the starting point from which, with
    • exalted nature — Christ Jesus. The essence of the Event
    • did take place through the Christ Event?
    • Event was to change all this radically, and it did so change
    • it. Before this Event there never had been a physical and
    • tells. This event took place at the moment described in the
    • event presented to us at the baptism by John in Jordan, the
    • event whose all-embracing nature and infinite greatness is
    • the very nature of the Christ Event, that in considering
    • these events, that is His descent into a physical and etheric
    • event of the Gospel of Matthew. It reproduces one
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    • external world through the historic Christ-event. The Kingdom
    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
    • what is most essential for us in the Christ Event.
    • prevent these passions and emotions from reaching an
    • in his own ego. But there is always one thing that prevents
    • the Mysteries is the historical side of the Christ Event, and
    • in this sense we propose to study this Event yet more
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    • following are the essential facts of the Christ Event. The
    • in human evolution imparted by the Christ Event is the
    • in consequence of this event will be but a further
    • Event of Christ?
    • what is related by the Evangelists of the Christ Event; and
    • carried out as historic facts; because all the events of the
    • the historical truth of the Christ Event may rightly point
    • Event in Palestine beheld the fulfilment of the Essene
    • historic life, certain events that are the very same as those
    • for those events which are here described as historical
    • history as the Christ Event, and could be seen by those who
    • Gospels a recapitulation of events that took place in the
    • following way: In the seventeenth century there was a student
    • give the unique significance of the Christ Event are lacking.
    • the Christ Event for this ego, can enter also into all the
    • the Christ Event. It superseded a certain kind of
    • of the Evangelists, that the Christ Event meant that the
    • for spirit;’ but through the Event of Christ it is now
    • Thus the seventh Beatitude, referring to the spirit-self,
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    • within a physical body. This event marks the beginning of the
    • Christ-Event carries with it the implication that He Who came
    • Christ-Event is the development in man of these higher
    • prevents such errors, and makes it possible to understand in
    • Christ, through the mouth of Jesus ben Pandira, as an event
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    • outstanding event in the life of the apostle when we show it
    • human nature; and the seventh age will see that of
    • He speaks of the events that are about to take place, and of
    • in physical conditions, an image or reflection of events in
    • event, towards which those seeking initiation grow. In the
    • heavenly events are clothed in garments that are truly
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    • a comprehensive picture of earthly and spiritual events. The Matthew Gospel
    • to describe the whole course of these events as related in
    • explains how through seventy-seven successive stages the best
    • now realize that this all-comprehensive event, which is
    • of applying Myths and Constellations to any great event, it
    • brothers and sisters, he making the seventh, just as the
    • Gospels have to tell concerning the greatest Event in all the
    • spoken of the greatest Event in human evolution as having
    • physical body, but this event is not merely an event, it is
    • side of the great Christ Event, and realize that far from
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    • happenings, by which the outer events in Nature affect us and
    • its place in the Earth life as a unique event. Christ Jesus lived
    • man on his national character. It is an event, a happening on earth,
    • Folk-character. For this Event is neither connected with the Jewish
    • an event which, if you study it deeply, you can pair with none other.
    • in history. One does not record events in history of which no
    • of all earthly events. It must be grasped spiritually, must
    • that, on this one occasion, a super-sensible comprehension of an Event
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    • Seen spiritually, from the Universe, the Event of Golgotha was the
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    • something of which the great incisive catastrophic events of
    • only get reliable ideas concerning the incisive events of the
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    • was directed by Ahrimanic powers to prevent mankind from
    • matter and force prevents men — and what I am saying
    • men back from seeing it — this concept prevents them
    • science prevents one from recognizing the cause underlying
    • them, and the men of today are thus prevented from observing
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    • present day, only partly established; what it may eventually
    • is his limited outlook, that limitation which prevents him
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    • now living at a time when the events which affect the march
    • feature in the Whitsuntide event is, that the communal life
    • of those who had taken part in the great Easter Event of
    • the event of Whitsuntide, that which they only comprehended
    • spiritual stream of evolution into the events of the Earth
    • of the Whitsuntide Event. Certainly, individual
    • disciples. To be asleep today to the events of the time, a
    • the events of the time. But in the cycle of evolution which
    • events if we do not observe them with a certain inner
    • immediately too far-reaching events tomorrow, while not as a
    • and correct, but events may so discount this that perhaps it
    • ought to be taken if it is to be applied to the events of the
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    • eventually be forced to admit that the Greek tradition is correct in
    • the arc eventually becomes a straight line; thereafter both lines
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    • the arc eventually becomes a straight line; thereafter both lines
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    • to prevent the blood stream from taking a wrong path. These
    • stars to these spiritual Powers and to events in the Cosmos. The
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    • to prevent the blood stream from taking a wrong path. These
    • stars to these spiritual Powers and to events in the Cosmos. The
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    • he must work on himself very seriously so that eventually he'll
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    • planet earth through the Event of Golgotha, he's in the force
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    • by it. The result is confusion, fanaticism, and eventually
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    • prevent this dissolution.
    • 12 pure priests had to stand beside him, to prevent his lower drives,
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    • tremendous events in nature, for if they're wrong even our most
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    • a harmful effect on world events and therewith on the men themselves.
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    • other and eventually form physical objects. The harder a stone is,
    • we hear. All physical thoughts are unproductive and eventually have a
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    • could only tread the inner path for a long time before the event of
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    • and will eventually be spirit self. Another planetary evolution of
    • give it nothing in return and thereby prevent evolution. Whether the
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    • contract into a very small space and then to eventually dissolve into
    • eventually we can't distinguish between truth and lies
    • immediately dispel these illusory images an to prevent them from
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    • After the Event of Golgotha, a man is supposed to exercise this
    • correctly. To prevent this, an esoteric must devote himself to study.
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    • working of divine powers in all events, and we'll gradually
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    • world events. Such dishonesties work on our astral body, then on the
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    • rested on the seventh day. God had been active during the
    • the seventh day, after the world had been created. Then God
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    • exercises into the center of their life. Others run into events which
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    • Eventually we'll have a place in our heart or soul in which we
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    • intervenes and stops things. A way to prevent this is to acquire an
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    • Jesus. We know that this most important of all earth events falls in
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    • healthy condition of tiredness doesn't have to prevent us from
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    • ago, and so before the Event of Golgotha, the etheric body enlivened the
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    • worse, and this eventually degenerates into lack of control over
    • a complete loss of intellect and eventually make one immoral. One
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    • increasing frequency, and eventually we'll be able to
    • are enveloped therein which prevent one from giving up on one's
    • quite empty, this will eventually lead to experiences from the
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    • of the event. On the schema one sees that the circles get bigger each
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    • the events in the spiritual world from which we emerge in the morn,
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    • remain calm in everyday life with respect to all events, ideas, etc.,
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    • different through the Christ event. By taking Christ into ourselves
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    • can ask this question if one judges in accordance with events on the
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    • that things and events are necessary to form world words.
    • These are Mars forces. To prevent them from working in a
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    • prevent a further increase in egotism.
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    • similar events, then what he heard continues to work in his etheric
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    • devotion to spiritual things. But, outer events and thoughts
    • attention away from the events and experiences of our desire life, if
    • thoughts are nothing but memories of previous events, and these events
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    • This drive or longing for his physical body is what prevents a man
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    • spirit who later went into the earth at the event of Golgotha.
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    • has done by day. The last event takes place immediately on going to
    • the events lived through. Just remind yourself of the unspeakable grief
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    • has done by day. The last event takes place immediately on going to
    • the events lived through. Just remind yourself of the unspeakable grief
  • Title: Gospel of John: Introduction to the Reflections of Rudolf Steiner on the Gospel of St. John
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    • light upon that event which occurred in human evolution for
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    • the events in Palestine. But in recent times this has all
    • in the four Gospels, from four sides, the events in Palestine
    • many different accounts of this or that event that it becomes
    • between the descriptions of the events in Palestine in the
    • possible upon the same level as ordinary human events. It
    • events which have thus happened amongst us, even as they have
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    • eventually would make its appearance. First there was the
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    • spiritually that event occurred which is merely symbolized by
    • through the Event of Palestine — first really began.
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    • the spiritual events taking place about him, because his
    • biblical events then disappear. On the other hand, those who
    • understand nothing at all of the historical events may say:
    • the events and allusions, we shall see that John — or
    • the outer events and the manifestation of deep spiritual
    • the historical event of Palestine and in what exemplary and
    • the event which demonstrated the transition from a love
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    • the chapters subsequent to that event. Nevertheless, he
    • “Sun-hero” and the seventh that of the
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    • the Gospel of St. John culminates in that event in human
    • spiritual. Now let us permit the physical event to arise
    • of which is a physical event, express for those who are able
    • event — the occurrence on Golgotha — is the
    • expression, the manifestation of a spiritual event which
    • something occurred in this unique Event of Golgotha which
    • differs from some other like event, or from one perhaps
    • all the earthly occurrences which preceded this Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha approaching, the following spectacle
    • would have presented itself to him. Before the Event of
    • moment of the Event of Golgotha, that force, that impulse
    • consider the Event of Golgotha from still another point of
    • what is the force that will bring this about? Had the Event
    • be able to reunite. For through the Event of Golgotha, which
    • given which will again eventually impel one Logos-force
    • sun and earth — in one body. Since the Event of
    • Therefore it can be said that through this great Event, the
    • mystery of the earth, the connection between the Event of
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    • nothing less than what remains of actual events which people
    • the events in the heavens they decreed what, in the course of
    • beginning of a new epoch what events would transpire in the
    • would follow in which the most varied historical events would
    • future historical events were in this way laid out — if
    • “mummy,” in the wish to prevent the dissipation
    • age. There will follow after it a sixth and a seventh epoch.
    • upon the earth. This event was prepared for within the third
    • greatest of all events which was to be enacted upon the earth
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    • grasp the whole course of events, we must picture to our
    • the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the Christ Event had to
    • tried to grasp the greatest event in cosmic history, seemed
    • the whole spiritual course of human events. If we desire to
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    • after the seventh subdivision, because then humanity will be
    • various embodiments in our sixth or seventh epochs, Manas or
    • sixth epoch. Then in the seventh, Life-Spirit or Budhi will,
    • his sixth or seventh year. Everywhere, evolution must prepare
    • brotherhood which will eventuate in the sixth epoch. It is
    • extraordinary event took place during the life of Christ
    • Jesus and this event occurred upon the physical plane. The
    • an initiate. Accordingly, the event represents to him
    • which presented to him events in the spiritual worlds; and on
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    • sixth and seventh grades of feeling, we can only briefly
    • The seventh
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    • likewise of association with the events and beings of the
    • In the event
    • This event is indicated in the Gospel of St. John and also in
    • first event that happens, according to the Gospel of St.
    • Event must produce an effect upon the true Christian; that it
    • through his own illumination the events of Palestine in order
    • degree through the power of the Event of Palestine that what
    • Bethany had received through the Event of Palestine the
    • power of the Event of Palestine. And she beheld something
    • of the Event of Palestine could grasp the situation and see
    • power which should proceed from the Event of Palestine is
    • the Event of Golgotha had been consummated in their presence.
    • actually to behold a spiritual event, they were still blinded
    • Gospel itself cannot go into all the details of the Event of
    • the Events of Palestine as the Disciple whom the Lord loved.
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    • that it will eventually be possible to publish companion volumes containing
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    • results is still being questioned but they will eventually win
    • — as we ourselves experienced — the event of the
    • wife eventually died and he married another woman whose acquaintance
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    • event like this meeting would have no rhyme or reason if it were
    • this event. We may look right back into our childhood and we shall
    • invariably find that some deed far removed in time from this event,
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    • which the Anthroposophical Society eventually developed, I wanted at
    • the Event which imbued this evolution with meaning. To deeper
    • observation, everything that preceded this Event was in the nature of
    • achieve it because at that time destiny prevented it. Such a
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    • would be vested eventually in a Slavonic Empire. This prophecy came
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    • to beings; but we eventually become aware of words behind the
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    • those methods which enable men eventually to have converse with the
    • from birth to approximately the seventh year, a second from the
    • seventh to the fourteenth year, again from the fourteenth to the
    • seventh year, the mysteries of the Moon are revealed as though the
    • are revealed behind this age of life, so that in the unlikely event
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    • of the period between the change of teeth at about the seventh year,
    • important event in the Earth's history is the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • there before the Event of Golgotha on Earth, and after it. The
    • spiritual life, woven out of the events of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn,
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    • Occult History: Personalities and Events in World-History in the light of Spiritual Science
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    • between October and December 1922, eventually to be collected and
    • directing their souls to the events of the Mystery of Golgotha. Whoever
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    • between October and December 1922, eventually to be collected and
    • directing their souls to the events of the Mystery of Golgotha. Whoever
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    • and more rules of such a character as to prevent anything of the
    • external events and facts and which is true to reality in inverse
    • plastically modeled approximately up to the seventh year the nerve
    • visualization. Ordinarily we view events in such a way that we first
    • events, we learn through such an elevation of love to look back
    • existence, we know the significance of the event of laying aside the
    • serious events awaiting him over the whole world, he will need
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    • the external course of events through the fact that we
    • observe the child up to his seventh year, we see that he is wholly
    • being separates himself from the world; and, from the seventh year
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    • experiment preventing the entrance of such germs into substances
    • on this point has not yet been said, and that one may eventually
    • is governed by necessary immutable laws, and such events as the
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    • experiment preventing the entrance of such germs into substances
    • on this point has not yet been said, and that one may eventually
    • is governed by necessary immutable laws, and such events as the
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    • earthly projection of a spiritual event. Ancient Cosmic Christianity and
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    • of his destiny, most people will be struck by those events of destiny
    • known, it shed its light still farther, and eventually I was enabled to
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    • as history the events that take place in the physical world, and they
    • they will approach the events of the second decade of the 20th century,
    • describing them as the effects of events in the first decade and so
    • spiritual world, and as to these events we can speak of causes and
    • events along with the external happenings in order to gain a true
    • Thus the events of which I shall speak are not unconnected, as we shall
    • most important and essential events took place in the 9th century. And
    • The event
    • with an external event in which it is by no means easy to recognise it.
    • projection of a spiritual event — an event which men do not
    • history, an event extending over many years, which can, however, be
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    • of a super-sensible event which took place under the aegis as it were of
    • is so, we see in the Elements what is indeed not present in our seventy
    • the real events has come to me in many remarkable ways during my life.
    • but my parents, as I have explained, eventually decided to send me to the
    • event. I had to give a lecture. Now through the afternoon teas at delle
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    • connection about Alexander and Aristotle and about the events in
    • these events as they take place on the physical plane. We must regain
    • Mysteries. We must connect the physical events not merely abstractly
    • must become able to trace the detailed events, nay more, the inner
    • experiences of men within these events, to the spiritual source and
    • feeling for its inner meaning, a certain event in the first centuries of
    • they corresponded to the real events. Legendary though they may be, how
    • an essentially painful event. For she beheld, not in herself, but in the
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    • him in those great events in the super-sensible world at the end of the
    • world of sense a great super-sensible event, consisting in super-sensible
    • minister (an external, but at any rate a karmically connected event) a
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    • he experiences the event again. If I die at the age of seventy-three,
    • Then if one followed the real events and
    • event on earth in the Battle of the Minstrels on the Wartburg, not
    • eventually to such connections.
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    • the events of the starry world.
    • an easy-going way of taking important events of life, a certain
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    • all manner of hindrances that can indeed arise to prevent the carrying
    • You will see all the hindrances that stand in the way and prevent his
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    • of the seventies, nevertheless it was formerly the case that the ideas
    • seventies, eighties and nineties of the last century.
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    • Occult History; Personalities and Events in World-History in the light of Spiritual Science.
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    • from the grave. It is the memorial day of this event. That is the
    • portal of death and in the three days following this event. The
    • may be summed up thus: the Mystery ritual is an image of events in
    • event took place: in the case of Christ Jesus, the transformation
    • became a festival in memory of the historical event on Golgotha
    • event, within the Mystery of Golgotha. What had been spatial
    • in the Festival of Adonis was lost, and the next event ordained for
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    • as it were — to prevent its interfering with the formation of
    • date, surviving from a very real Mystery event that in former times
    • to a comprehension of the death event. I explained that the idea of
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    • spiritual significance of outer events, to understand how these carry
    • an event that can be utilized in our development as once a similar
    • precisely such horrible events can bring about a real advance in
    • to be an outwardly fortuitous event can be of great spiritual
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    • ancient, holy events, the birth of Christ was transformed to
    • the nations celebrated events which appeared significant to
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    • historical course of events, that we stand in a very definitive
    • of events is necessary.
    • In fables and other lore where the events of
    • eleventh and twelfth centuries in Europe the consciousness existed
    • later events. Just look at how Mohammedanism [Islam] has spread.
    • go back to the second half of the seventeenth century, when that
    • facts, without being emotionally tinged. Since the seventeenth
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    • exist that prevent the illusions from being seen through so thoroughly,
    • prevented it. Everything which the Middle Ages had to say about
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    • course of time the events, the aspect of events alters; or
    • in the physical world. We relate distinctive events following
    • describing the events on into our post-Atlantean epoch. In
    • this world of spiritual Beings, spiritual events, appeared
    • of spiritual events and spiritual Beings. If only we were to
    • events of the physical world but through their enhanced
    • the incisive significance of the Event on Golgotha for the
    • ask: How does the Event of Golgotha present itself when we
    • mightiest summons towards the other world in the Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha signifies for the history of the earth.
    • Gospel regarding that visit which Christ made after the Event
    • dead to rejoice by visiting them immediately after the Event
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    • course of time the events, the aspect of events alters; or
    • in the physical world. We relate distinctive events following
    • describing the events on into our post-Atlantean epoch. In
    • this world of spiritual Beings, spiritual events, appeared
    • of spiritual events and spiritual Beings. If only we were to
    • events of the physical world but through their enhanced
    • the incisive significance of the Event on Golgotha for the
    • ask: How does the Event of Golgotha present itself when we
    • mightiest summons towards the other world in the Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha signifies for the history of the earth.
    • Gospel regarding that visit which Christ made after the Event
    • dead to rejoice by visiting them immediately after the Event
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    • the Events in Palestine.
    • just as the Christ Event was ignored. But if men do not
    • truth of the Christ Event exactly as Paul became convinced of
    • important Event. If Theosophy did not develop understanding
    • in men, this Event might pass by unheeded. Theosophy should
    • prepare us in such a way that we can make this greatest Event
    • now proclaim the new Christ Event of the 20th century. Later
    • on it will be proclaimed as an Event whose effects work on
    • the new Christ Event. Materialistic consciousness may imagine
    • that Christ could come again in the flesh. When the Event
    • has enabled men to understand this Event aright, has led them
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    • the Events in Palestine.
    • just as the Christ Event was ignored. But if men do not
    • truth of the Christ Event exactly as Paul became convinced of
    • important Event. If Theosophy did not develop understanding
    • in men, this Event might pass by unheeded. Theosophy should
    • prepare us in such a way that we can make this greatest Event
    • now proclaim the new Christ Event of the 20th century. Later
    • on it will be proclaimed as an Event whose effects work on
    • the new Christ Event. Materialistic consciousness may imagine
    • that Christ could come again in the flesh. When the Event
    • has enabled men to understand this Event aright, has led them
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    • the events with him, his Ego is always there. This does not
    • events. We must learn to say in a calm and passionless way:
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    • the events with him, his Ego is always there. This does not
    • events. We must learn to say in a calm and passionless way:
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    • into the physical world in the seventh epoch, as the astral
    • the beginning of Spirit-self. When the seventh trumpet sounds
    • through the seven seals, the seventh through the seven
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    • of outer objects and events, then he may go to the
    • arid learning that has no inkling of real spiritual events
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    • in the case of this historical event, so will everything
    • earliest events represented in the Apocalypse will take place
    • were enveloped in a certain symbolism; external events were
    • him. Consequently it is obvious that the events of the
    • particularly that dramatic event in the number 666. It was
    • by the fact that the events of the outer spiritual world do
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    • come about that events followed one another. In that state of
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    • seven sub-ages is again the seventh part of a longer period;
    • develop un the way of spiritual civilization. The seventh age
    • destroyed by it. If he were, then death would be an event
    • seventh age those who have found this spiritual life will
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    • and geology the glacial period on the one hand, and that event
    • other. In the epoch between these two events lies everything
    • Afterwards another age, the seventh, will follow, which the
    • representing the seventh age, that is lukewarm, neither hot
    • exist. When the seventh age of our present epoch is at an
    • will survive the event which will have such a destructive
    • eventually settled down as a very small tribe of chosen
    • second time in the same race and eventually a third time
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    • spiritual directors of earthly events. When they came over
    • event had to take place. Through the government of Jehovah,
    • historical event. After the flood humanity saw the first
    • third of the Atlantean epoch. Before this event man felt
    • arising within his “I.” External events were
    • is a world-historical event. Man bought his
    • event in the earth's history, which will throw light on the
    • Apocalypse; in that event which physically looks as if drops
    • earth-spirit which, as the Christ-Spirit, since the event on
    • understand the greatest event in the earth's evolution. Of
    • to use all his occult knowledge in order to explain the Event
    • understand this event which he has placed before us in such a
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    • prophecy of future events. We have already seen that in the
    • becomes a physical event. But in the last two lectures we
    • happen again in the same way, but past events repeat
    • great cosmic event in the middle of our epoch which runs its
    • this event signified, so that for a large part of humanity
    • times will return in new bodies in the period after the event
    • in the event of Christ Jesus. The above objection can only be
    • itself for the great event of the appearance of Christ Jesus
    • seventh trumpet has sounded and the earth has dissolved, when
    • Christ-event. But it is possible for man to harden himself,
    • event of Christ Jesus and are re-born in the forms which can
    • the event of Christ Jesus! These are clothed in white
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    • repeatedly that our epoch will end, when the seventh age has passed
    • prepared in men's souls. The so-called seventh age will
    • nor cold; the seventh age is something like an overripe
    • Atlantis we may speak of races. A sixth and a seventh
    • civilization to our own. The sixth and seventh races of
    • seventh, that they experienced a descent, so will it also be
    • Atlantean epoch. On the other hand, the seventh race of
    • culture will be characterized by the lukewarm. This seventh
    • seventh races of the Atlantean epoch continued into our epoch
    • all the more of the seventh that the form of man and the
    • absolutely nothing in this seventh epoch that can be hidden
    • express the good that is within him; but in the seventh epoch
    • can be found in the astral world and the seventh in the
    • manifestations of it. The seventh epoch will be the descended
    • and seventh, so on the other hand there is growing that which
    • seventh epochs are over? What will he have made of his body?
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    • earth has reached its goal, when the seventh trumpet begins
    • dissolve and eventually disappears. Hence the man who has the
    • event now takes place; the earth reunites with
    • descended to the earth at the event of Golgotha, that this
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    • The seventh
    • the sixth as the animal kingdom and the seventh as the human
    • and then the seventh. The sixth epoch is indicated in the
    • Apocalypse of John by the seven seals, and the seventh by the
    • its course between such events as the great Atlantean flood
    • and the seventh age of civilization which will follow that.
    • must now understand an important event which then took
    • it was an event of the greatest importance. Up to this event
    • aware that there is such a thing as sex. This important event
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    • important events which are described by the opening of the seven
    • withdrew, and after these events man appeared as he now is
    • Graeco-Latin, our own, a sixth and then a seventh age of
    • evolution has progressed beyond the seventh epoch, beyond the
    • the seventh trumpet is sounded, will see men who, through
    • All against All, when the seventh trumpet sounds, the germs
    • kingdoms of life or six rounds, and within the seventh.
    • already begun to be this since the event of Golgotha. But
    • adversary of Christ, who has the great power to prevent their
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    • misguided intelligence, which can prevent man from coming to
    • the great Event of Golgotha. If some one had observed the
    • Through this event the earth will be able to reunite with the
    • possibility of this Event of Golgotha be comprehended? At a
    • thousands there, and yet the Event of Golgotha could have
    • but its application to the unique Event of Golgotha was
    • understanding of the Event of Golgotha. This was the
    • understand him. He is the great teacher of the true Event of
    • really understand the Event of Golgotha. At the beginning of
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    • through its two terminal events: the Resurrection, which signifies a
    • revelation. This was prevented by the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • true significance of outward events and their spiritual background.
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    • first of the several events that led to the rise of the Academy of
    • various events are referred to by Dr. E. G. Browne in his
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    • on the seventh day, and rested on it, and He hallowed it.
    • He rested on the seventh day. this He meaneth; when His Son
    • and the stars, then shall he truly rest on the seventh day.
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    • in us, if it prevents us from being tolerant towards human nature in
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    • never be part of the history that applies to other events. For this
    • he must come to the conviction that this historical event, for which
    • important historical event in the course of man's evolution,
    • that no external account of this event can be called historical
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    • — where the most important event in earthly existence is
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • man, it could not be the most excellent event for the earth. For the
    • event that gives man the truth about these things must not be
    • — either to believe in this super-sensible event, approaching it
    • to-day — that in the sense-world there are two apparent events
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    • circumstance, we find the most important event ever enacted in
    • earthly life — the Event of Golgotha. For we have often
    • emphasised that the Event of Golgotha entered human evolution in such
    • Event of Golgotha, while applying to it as little as possible the
    • the pattern of events which has taken
    • prevented. However many people there are who believe that nothing of this
    • prevented, because it did not belong to human evolution in the
    • spiritual sense. It could be prevented by the establishing of
    • Being who threw into the balance His own substance, and prevented
    • happened was prevented by an actual event — which, however, as
    • him to rise to Spirit-Self and so on. But that was to be prevented.
    • prevented only by this balance, this state of equilibrium, flowing into
    • knowledge of the Christ Mysteries was to be prevented from passing into
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    • the event which was meant to happen in the year 666 of our era had
    • been opposed by that other event known as the Event of Golgotha. I
    • Soul. Painful events, joyful events, events that put men to the test
    • and events that we may call divine gifts for the blessing of mankind,
    • Let us put the hypothetical case that the Event of Golgotha never happened,
    • then we never achieve a real, correct valuation of events. If to-day,
    • for example, some event prevents our undertaking something we should
    • otherwise have done; if we are thus prevented from being next day in
    • it cannot be said that the event in question is rightly estimated if
    • it is merely recorded. For quite certainly this event, if we consider
    • we cannot understand the event if we consider only what concerned us
    • value and reality of events.
    • ask the question: If we assume that the Christ through the Event of Golgotha
    • wisdom in the normal course of events, they would have had to wait,
    • the fifteenth century on, but artificially in the seventh century
    • mankind, the Event of Golgotha had to enter into human evolution at a
    • another point of view for judging rightly what the Event of Golgotha is
    • significance of the Event of Golgotha for Earth-evolution, I have
    • deal of notice of the relevant events. But when we know the truth, we
    • find that even external history can lead us to these events, and that
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    • course of historical events, but figuring very little in external
    • events, this midpoint of 333 is as little apparent as the
    • we have been considering these events in such
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • facing the approach of an important event for mankind. And all the
    • earth-shaking occurrences which precede a great spiritual event of
    • the twentieth century. It is not an event now in the physical world,
    • but an event that will come to men as a kind of enlightenment,
    • We know that Christianity prevented the aims of the Academy of
    • prevent human life from developing so as to meet the demands of the
    • indicated, and has to be looked at soberly when present events are
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    • Breslau (7th to 15th June, 1924) is eventually published.
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    • occurred in many of those who were entangled in events which
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    • non-existent. It is a fact and will eventually reveal itself to
    • not suggesting any such thing ... but at all events we do meet many
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    • Society” may not be used in connection with any event or
    • representative of the Christ; at the seventh and highest stage as a
    • al Raschid inasmuch as in the seventeenth century
    • far-reaching events of that time the soul had absorbed all that
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    • prevent them from falling! Such people do not know that the cosmic
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    • also be some event lying ahead of us. Every aspect of destiny
    • difference between experiences of the two kinds of events. There are,
    • soon as we have come across the man or the event in question —
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    • are made by historians to explain later events as the effects of
    • developed particularly in the sixteenth and seventeenth
    • led back to a time — it was either in the tenth or eleventh
    • the Prophet Mohammed in the seventh century
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    • continuous, onward flowing stream, one event proceeding from
    • to answer this question, attention must be called to a cosmic event.
    • after death when we are living through the events of earthly
    • intensity than we experienced it on Earth. Events in earthly life
    • him feel. The experience of living through such events with a dead
    • eleventh century, as a woman. The experiences undergone in the life
    • between birth and the seventh year, a man beholds, at this place in
    • happenings. The events of the school period, seen as they are
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    • in arriving yesterday prevented me from speaking to you, as was my
    • was in a certain sense a hazard. For a certain eventuality existed:
    • though eventually they will certainly do so, either in this or in the
    • causes of strife in the Church Councils. Eventually the mass of the
    • world. Until the seventh and eighth centuries these individuals found
    • Christian centuries until the seventh and eighth centuries
    • seventh and eighth centuries onwards, they were preparing in the
    • super-sensible worlds and only after the seventh century
    • seventh and eighth centuries such traditions as had been kept alive
    • I only want to prevent legends arising from what I am putting before
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    • called the Michael Event. And in connection with this Michael Event I
    • speaking of a happening such as this Michael Event, it must always be
    • seventeenth centuries and part of the sixteenth, we must think of the
    • end of the eighteen-seventies, the rulership
    • after-effects — often worse than the event itself
    • third of the nineteenth century, at the end of the seventies, a new
    • we have been living since the end of the seventies of the last
    • century. For between these two reigns of Michael falls the Event
    • cosmic event that took place in realms beyond the Earth: it lies
    • were by Arabism, continued to spread right on into the seventeenth
    • have no reality, their actual aim was to prevent Michael's
    • his rulership at the end of the seventies of the nineteenth century.
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    • development on Earth began in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
    • sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Michael, being free
    • sixteenth, seventeenth centuries and on into the eighteenth,
    • in the fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
    • events which led to the outbreak of the terrible World War. And
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    • Occult History. Personalities and Events in World History in the light of Spiritual Science
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    • and then swept away by the mix of events. Among the souls [people]
    • East“ to attend events of the German Section [of the
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    • and then swept away by the mix of events. Among the souls [people]
    • East“ to attend events of the German Section [of the
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    • we read that certain great events have played
    • cosmic events to an artistic understanding. Man has brought
    • Spiritual Science, and become not merely human events but
    • these events are substantiated by investigations of the
    • significant event in the 7th decade of the 19th century. Man
    • the sixth. In the seventh cycle man will redeem the human
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    • we read that certain great events have played
    • cosmic events to an artistic understanding. Man has brought
    • Spiritual Science, and become not merely human events but
    • these events are substantiated by investigations of the
    • significant event in the 7th decade of the 19th century. Man
    • the sixth. In the seventh cycle man will redeem the human
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    • Humanity as a whole has a very short memory for great event
    • events of earlier lives and conditions of existence.
    • through the events in the Imperial Court, he begins to see
    • “Ereignis” (event). Goethe, in his final lines of
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    • Humanity as a whole has a very short memory for great event
    • events of earlier lives and conditions of existence.
    • through the events in the Imperial Court, he begins to see
    • “Ereignis” (event). Goethe, in his final lines of
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    • They will eventually cease altogether and men will have to
    • means to prevent utter desolation within man's being and his
    • that at the time of the Events of Palestine, the intellectual
    • that this should be possible, the events in Palestine took place.
    • Event took place at the beginning of the era when the Spirit
    • Christ into their hearts and then, for such men, the Event of
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    • They will eventually cease altogether and men will have to
    • means to prevent utter desolation within man's being and his
    • that at the time of the Events of Palestine, the intellectual
    • that this should be possible, the events in Palestine took place.
    • Event took place at the beginning of the era when the Spirit
    • Christ into their hearts and then, for such men, the Event of
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    • events, I called your attention to the necessities of a
    • has gradually led to these catastrophic events of recent
    • sway in the course of world events. The differentiation of
    • actual movement of events. Here my point of departure must be
    • impossible to prevent this as it was to prevent mankind from
    • cosmic events into which man himself is integrated. An
    • events. The people of the West, of Western European states
    • discuss these things unless we see clearly that events must
    • events because what takes form instinctively in the hearts
    • a certain sense to reverse the direction of these events.
    • comprehension of the immediate events of the times. How often
    • will see that the events meanwhile have confirmed many of my
    • explanations. Through such events the picture I have given
    • necessary to prevent this has been brought about by the Roman
    • because this thinking prevents man from acquiring actual and
    • psychiatric. The course of events, as these have occurred, is
    • simply be perceived. The time is past when events can be
    • events themselves. Events shall be observed for the purpose
    • of forming judgments on the basis of these events.
    • desired that the weight of events shall have some
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    • impulses at work in world events, we must endeavor to find
    • their thinking. But the events that have occurred over a
    • the results of natural events and elemental occurrences. It
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    • historic course of events were adequately recognized. It
    • Transcendence of Coming Events.
    • events certainly show that they should have been taken
    • made under the pressure and urgency of contemporary events
    • the capacity that will prevent the evolution of humanity as
    • prevent those illnesses that do not arise through karmic
    • events there is a science that also constitutes religion, and
    • I fear that the events now occurring day by day, we might
    • this catastrophe. Even the superficial events must not be
    • events, sequences of facts, took place in Germany that beyond
    • such statements after the event. It is entirely conceivable,
    • both on the basis of the events and also on the basis of the
    • conceived that the event, the casus belli, could
    • basis of one perfectly definite contingent event. Here it was
    • to prevent the invasion of Belgium?” Then you must say,
    • it. But I demanded that the events should be narrated from
    • — the events that occurred at the same time in Berlin
    • 10:30 that night. These decisive events, into which nothing
    • have been possible for the British Government to prevent the
    • invasion of Belgium. It was not prevented. For that reason at
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    • his bearings within the course of world events, especially
    • total course of events, and he must often take up his
    • entire course of our postAtlantean age, up to the seventh
    • breathing, is one-seventh of all the wisdom that man must
    • six-sevenths could and can come to humanity only as the
    • in their totality together with the seventh Elohim the Christ
    • one-seventh of what must be established in the culture of
    • humanity. The other six-sevenths must be added through the
    • the second; in the seventh epoch, the third. The rest stretch
    • live without seership. In the seventh postAtlantean epoch a
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    • completely out of touch as to prevent him from seeing in a
    • events.” He uttered something not without basis,
    • events, how can what I intended through the Russian
    • the world. Now the course of events has been such that
    • social order is prevented from succeeding there, not by
    • as the twenty-seventh year. In future the number of years
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    • the 7th in a series of events reveals itself as a kind of
    • beginning of quite another series of events. One finds this
    • Number, but also events in the course of time; events in the
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    • the 7th in a series of events reveals itself as a kind of
    • beginning of quite another series of events. One finds this
    • Number, but also events in the course of time; events in the
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    • prevents men from feeling the full greatness and power of this
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
    • comes to feel the whole event in Palestine as a family
    • In the days of December, beginning from the seventeenth, the
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    • prevents men from feeling the full greatness and power of this
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
    • comes to feel the whole event in Palestine as a family
    • In the days of December, beginning from the seventeenth, the
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    • this event in the possession of their small groups are
    • first half of it — the event indicated in my first
    • event, the appearance of the etheric Christ, for their own
    • as well as I do about the event of the Christ-appearance, but
    • spiritual ideas during this life, or were prevented from
    • longer prevented by the body from working destructively
    • seeing to it that this Christ-Event is received in one way or
    • post-Atlantean epoch, for the sixth epoch and for the seventh.
    • want to distract attention from the Christ; to prevent
    • course of events was guided, from well-instructed and
    • The facts and events confirm what I say; only they must not be
    • overlooked. People sleep their way blindly through events
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    • Darkness, were cast down, an event symbolised by the victory of
    • nineteenth century, these brotherhoods felt that this event was
    • same event. When one speaks of facts that belong to the
    • events — let us say the experiences encountered from 1913
    • independent of each other, are working into these events. We
    • shall never understand the course of events if we assume a
    • the turbulence of events we reckon with the activities of
    • they have taken to prevent men from receiving spiritual
    • encompass the meaning of this event. In the fourth epoch men
    • the peaceful interpretation of Christianity which eventually
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    • This should of course not prevent us from taking note of such
    • it, that events often run ahead of our knowledge and that we
    • shall not understand the events going on around us unless we
    • old impulses, those of the eighteenth, seventeenth and
    • rooted in the eighteenth, seventeenth and sixteenth
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    • eventually be republished. They have previously been
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    • man's earthly life between birth and death, two events or
    • moment, the event, of birth and conception — the
    • beginning of earthly life. The other event is that of man's
    • Thinking, to begin with, of this latter event, we know that
    • must at the outset direct attention to the event of death.
    • the other side there is the event of birth. Impartial
    • experience. But as he follows the events of his life backwards,
    • really decisive that he made straight for those events in time,
    • from the earlier to the later. Thus are the various events in
    • eventually come again into their realm and there undergo a
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    • preparing the forces that will eventually take effect in his
    • observe, firstly, our life from birth to the seventh year. But
    • until the seventh year. We behold this living, weaving
    • seventh year are obliterated in the consciousness of
    • Then, if we observe the tableau of life between the seventh and
    • the events of our life between the twenty-first and
    • the period of our own life between the seventh and fourteenth
    • And now we are at the point where the various sets of events
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    • why later events follow those that preceded them. Some
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    • prevent anyone from learning in the modern way to read and
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    • corrects. At all events I realised that the very thought of
    • mind to call on him. But visits from others prevented me, even
    • other events in his life are even more unusual. Thus, for
    • separate from one another, at all events not in certain
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    • memories of our first seven years compared with the events of
    • elaboration of the organism; but from the seventh year onwards
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years, there can arise the
    • development itself; and this will lead us eventually to a vista
    • task of coping with world-events nor of doing what needs to be
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    • especially significant event in life, for instance, the death
    • intensity of the event and the moment when it was experienced,
    • — it has at all events brought us something. For what it
    • Outside on every hand are the events to which we owe our
    • existence, and when we consider these events we must
    • feel the power of the events that have made us what we are.
    • through the events from his fortieth back to his eighteenth
    • us. But at all events we must undergo this feeling in order to
    • that not only does what the eyes see of the events and
    • our gaze. But if a certain event of our past life is mature
    • the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh centuries
    • already clever and intelligent the culture of the age prevented
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    • ear, then, in living through the event after death you do not
    • particularly significant event occurred to him, will, if he has
    • easily perceive that if, let us say, this event took place in
    • morning onwards they had been moving towards an event
    • that was to be significant in their life. Such an event
    • if it was a really fateful although entirely unexpected event
    • his destiny, of events of destiny, not those resulting
    • brittle. Let us take seventy years — the patriarchal age
    • these seventy years man's astral body and ego also undergo
    • in the fourteenth or eleventh century. During his life in the
    • eleventh century he performed a really significant act, one
    • stimulus. When the result of the experience in the eleventh
    • life. And if the event has been so important as to eclipse all
    • other events of life, a great deal must be compressed into the
    • incarnation. Such action or thinking in the eleventh century
    • the deed in the eleventh century brings about the death in the
    • eleventh century, when we are asleep we encounter what took
    • how far back the influential events lie, karma can indicate to
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    • be in keeping with the course of world events if what it
    • events that are in no way a requital for what is harboured in
    • this way we can eventually acquire an inwardly spiritual view
    • physical body encompasses him and prevents him from bringing to
    • previous earthly life, say in the tenth or eleventh century, as
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    • and have slept until May seventeenth, nineteen twenty-three, we
    • events, we usually awaken after arriving at the moment when we
    • moments before waking. Thus events that have stretched
    • the events not only by seeing them before him, but also by
    • course of events. Three days after death our day-time
    • the nightly experiences — the events brought upon you by
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    • participate intensively in earthly events by those of
    • still interested in earthly events. And, being no longer
    • hindered by the physical body, they judge earthly events much
    • lucidity concerning earthly events.
    • otherwise than judge, in a moral sense, the events through
    • outer event has been transformed into an inner
    • widely spread events passed through by you come forth in your
    • events passed through by you but images — even if
    • opened up to him; just as a series of events undergone in life
    • interested only in heavenly events, they now become, after
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    • effect of preventing by the fire within our body — if I
    • consciously penetrating the events passed through by the astral
    • waking state. Eventually the child goes to sleep.
    • surrounding world, and by so doing, initiating an event that
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    • themselves, at sixteen or seventeen, fully developed young
    • prevented, by the customary and totally inadequate historical
    • event, and not merely for mankind, that the Christ was sent
    • event with earthly-human events and mankind's entire world
    • not only as a human event, but also as a divine event. The fact
    • Christ-event in its super-sensible aspect. Here the desire was
    • ourselves, in the midst of the sensible events of earthly
    • evolution, into the knowledge of a super-sensible event:
    • super-sensible mingled with earthly events. And this can be
    • living way, toward a great and powerful event: The divine event
    • taken part in the event of Golgotha. Now, however, they had to
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    • through the event of Damascus. For Paul, before passing through
    • the event of Damascus, was an initiate in the sense of ancient
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    • Event itself is a different matter — it is
    • this wisdom that the fundamental event of Christendom was first
    • eventually master this world of Imagination through natural
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    • balance, movement and life and prevent our experiencing them.
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    • plane. That an event is past simply means that it is farther
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    • premonition of events which prepare themselves, of events which
    • he has simply foreseen an event about to take place.
    • some real event stands before the soul, and that our soul-life
    • honestly admit that during our ordinary life we allow events to
    • course of soul-spiritual events can therefore be
    • the ordinary events of earthly life when we return into the
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    • earthly life events or facts which counterbalance those
    • event) and that he becomes our life-companion with whom we wish
    • decisive event, if we survey what preceded it, what came before
    • life tending towards this event followed a definite plan.
    • Sometimes we discover that an event which we thus experience in
    • event which he formed as a seed during his retrospective
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    • ten years ago, a past event which you have gone through rises
    • in the middle of its development the event of Golgotha.
    • We see how this event of Golgotha is placed in the middle of
    • event through which the whole development of the earth first
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    • events, is needful for us, in order that we may become human
    • ’seventies or ’eighties or earlier, the so-called
    • work on psychology in the ’seventies of the last
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    • ’seventies or ’eighties or earlier, the so-called
    • work on psychology in the ’seventies of the last
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    • live within the course of events, ascertained through an
    • remember the events connected with Mary Magdalene and feels
    • distinct groups of events. We often find that this or that
    • together in this way. Then we look upon outer events which
    • experiment as follows in the case of an outer event. Let us
    • course of events that we have not caused them; in fact these
    • course of mankind's true development. All events, even if
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    • live within the course of events, ascertained through an
    • remember the events connected with Mary Magdalene and feels
    • distinct groups of events. We often find that this or that
    • together in this way. Then we look upon outer events which
    • experiment as follows in the case of an outer event. Let us
    • course of events that we have not caused them; in fact these
    • course of mankind's true development. All events, even if
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    • prevents man perceiving the Dweller of the Threshold beside
    • disturbing events and beings, only grasping these in
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    • disturbing events and beings, only grasping these in
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    • prevented the fulfilment of his plan. And then we shall
    • — from the seventh to the fourteenth year — all
    • only between the seventh and about the fourteenth year that we
    • vocation’ between the seventh and fourteenth year. Thus there
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    • prevented the fulfilment of his plan. And then we shall
    • — from the seventh to the fourteenth year — all
    • only between the seventh and about the fourteenth year that we
    • vocation’ between the seventh and fourteenth year. Thus there
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    • is the title. Eventually he dies by suicide.
    • Otherwise you will be trying to study life, observing event
    • after event and understanding nothing of it, like the
    • present-day historians, who draw the threads from event to
    • event, but fail to understand. For the real point is to study
    • certain societies of our time and the events of public
    • occult communities to the events of our time, and when their
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    • is the title. Eventually he dies by suicide.
    • Otherwise you will be trying to study life, observing event
    • after event and understanding nothing of it, like the
    • present-day historians, who draw the threads from event to
    • event, but fail to understand. For the real point is to study
    • certain societies of our time and the events of public
    • occult communities to the events of our time, and when their
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    • to the seventh year — to the change of teeth; a second,
    • difference: In the preceding period — from the seventh to
    • seventh century A.D. — if he knows these spiritual
    • assumed an impure character. That does not prevent them from
    • certain events by referring them back to that assassination,
    • event as the Encyclica of the 8th December, 1864, where
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    • to the seventh year — to the change of teeth; a second,
    • difference: In the preceding period — from the seventh to
    • seventh century A.D. — if he knows these spiritual
    • assumed an impure character. That does not prevent them from
    • certain events by referring them back to that assassination,
    • event as the Encyclica of the 8th December, 1864, where
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    • the cosmic events, and the cosmic events hit back again. And
    • into the fifth, sixth or seventh century (so that we might even
    • other men than it had in later times, say in the seventh or
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    • the cosmic events, and the cosmic events hit back again. And
    • into the fifth, sixth or seventh century (so that we might even
    • other men than it had in later times, say in the seventh or
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    • very differently from the way in which he views other events in
    • Easter, attention is drawn to those two events occurring within
    • with all other physical events — do not immediately
    • manifest themselves as physical events. We can look upon the
    • riddle, the element of mystery, in these two events. They are
    • the events of birth and death. And in the life of
    • Christ Jesus stand these two events of man's physical life
    • earliest times of the evolution of Christianity, when the Event
    • the present world events the call to a renovation of many an
    • events.
    • themselves as events which play their role directly upon the
    • two events, these earthly events of human life, give evidence
    • finding in birth and death anything other than events in
    • the physical. Only these two events manifest themselves thus to
    • to the Christmas event also, the event of birth, the human and
    • physical manifestation as spiritual events, such as could never
    • occur within the mere course of nature; as events in which, on
    • of his physical body, is only the ensheathing of that event
    • in our epoch, as this event becomes a light and a power in our
    • birth — His birth in human events, His birth in our own
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    • very differently from the way in which he views other events in
    • Easter, attention is drawn to those two events occurring within
    • with all other physical events — do not immediately
    • manifest themselves as physical events. We can look upon the
    • riddle, the element of mystery, in these two events. They are
    • the events of birth and death. And in the life of
    • Christ Jesus stand these two events of man's physical life
    • earliest times of the evolution of Christianity, when the Event
    • the present world events the call to a renovation of many an
    • events.
    • themselves as events which play their role directly upon the
    • two events, these earthly events of human life, give evidence
    • finding in birth and death anything other than events in
    • the physical. Only these two events manifest themselves thus to
    • to the Christmas event also, the event of birth, the human and
    • physical manifestation as spiritual events, such as could never
    • occur within the mere course of nature; as events in which, on
    • of his physical body, is only the ensheathing of that event
    • in our epoch, as this event becomes a light and a power in our
    • birth — His birth in human events, His birth in our own
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    • Because it has in real event occurred.
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    • Because it has in real event occurred.
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    • events of that single life? If the teachings available in the
    • is customary nowadays to recount the facts and events of the various
    • prevent the influence of the Christ Impulse finding its way into the
    • end of the seventies of last century. In the time immediately after
    • eventuality, namely that the spiritual world might have withheld
    • hitherto prevented these things from being voiced have been compelled
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    • world while the events of the physical world take their course on the
    • down upon it all and among the events upon which their gaze fell was
    • momentous event, the effects of which have been far too little
    • event like that of the meeting between Alexander, Aristotle, Haroun
    • events furthered the spread of true Christianity, while other events
    • urge to enter the Anthroposophical Society are connected with events
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    • spiritual life began in the seventies of last century and was
    • physical world and who were eventually led by their karma to the
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    • prevents him from having any direct knowledge of his karma. But
    • comes and tells of things of the spiritual world and of events that
    • who eventually attains the faculty to see the tree-spirits come forth
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    • look back over the historical evolution of mankind and see how event
    • follows event in the course of the ages, we are accustomed to regard
    • these events as though we might find in more recent times the effects
    • succeed in explaining the Great War simply as an effect of the events
    • the end of the 18th century out of the events that preceded it. Many
    • is that the events in human history only become capable of
    • part in these events, in respect of their repeated lives on earth.
    • and genuine study of history, beholding the external events against
    • certain events on earth received great illumination. We meet in
    • certain historical events and connections. After Ignatius Loyola's
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    • Event.
    • European population — barbarous at all events in Central and
    • seventh member of the human being.
    • in spiritual light, the Event of Golgotha.
    • actual historical Event of Golgotha.
    • the scenes of world-history, sublime and wonderful events were taking
    • the end of the seventies of last century. The Ruling Power, known by
    • European civilisation, was succeeded at the end of the seventies of
    • belongs to the Sun sphere, in the seventies of the 19th century. Thus
    • it were the other direction of the Christ Event, namely, the
    • from that other event, namely, the meeting of Christ with His own
    • decisive event which took place in the year 869 in the super-sensible
    • the real course of events. In the physical world the Council of
    • such a sublime event — a kind of conference between the
    • the events in the outer world at the present time. But it is
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    • before a very definite eventuality.
    • certainly be able to realise what such an eventuality meant. The
    • before; so of the two eventualities, the fortunate one for the
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    • because checking and preventing speech inwardly means
  • Title: Spiritual Development: Lecture II: The Physical World and the Moral-Spiritual Impulses
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    • is here so far elevated as to prevent grossness
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    • and events encountered in the physical world are after
    • also appears within this stream of our own life's events
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    • rank of Time Spirits or Archai. They are concerned with the events of
    • incarnation in human bodies. This event perceived clairvoyantly by
    • those on Earth. The memory of this event survived amongst Southern
    • Sabbatai Zevi in the seventeenth century.
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    • course of events, although some may later regard this as a decline.
    • events on Earth. But our Spirit of the Age will return too and we
    • Then will follow the seventh epoch which will be a repetition of the
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    • that event no doubt we might delight in the flowers of the field or
    • the whole pattern of events woven by the Archangels is subject to the
    • events.
    • of the Age over the Archangel. If you analyse the events individually
    • remarkable, and we now recognize that the external events of history
    • have increasing importance. The external events of history are simply
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    • superseded by the sixth and seventh, race as such will have ceased to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • the ever moving forms could not be brought to rest. In that event, it
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    • from them. In this manner the events on Earth were determined in
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    • various Hierarchies guide and direct events upon our Earth and
    • have a true understanding of cosmic events. This advance in rank is
    • achieved. A most remarkable and interesting event now occurred. At a
    • twelfth century, it was not until the sixteenth and seventeenth
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    • Record they perceived again the entire sequence of events of the
    • earlier epochs and created pictures of the earlier events out of
    • an event which could no longer be grasped with the forces which the
    • these peoples were nearest to the events that took place in old
    • events which reflected the relationship between the Angels and the
    • look back into that time and he could understand that these events
    • Angels and Archangels into his soul. He realizes that these events
    • it is interesting to see how the events of those times are portrayed
    • in Teutonic mythology in the form of imaginative pictures, events
    • Anthroposophy we are given a description of the events which took
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    • greatest historical events, the gradual loss of the old, unclouded
    • Gods. And again we shall see that all the events which were portrayed
    • as future events could not, even down to the smallest details, be
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    • time in the course of Earth-evolution an event occurred which we may
    • spiritual heights. The memory of this event has survived in the
    • unless he realizes that this event actually took place.
    • world-events conform to law, he will then realize, little by little,
    • well-known case occurred in the seventeenth century, when a man
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century no great harm was
    • time, they will find popular favour like Sabbatai in the seventeenth
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    • natural wonder. What is really the crucial event of the drama?
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • history of the human soul. It is the event for which Spiritual
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • had paved the way for it, this event did take place, the soul is
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    • today we should call it a miracle if we were to perceive an event in
    • perceive directly a spiritual event which he could not understand and
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • natural event. You see how these concepts have changed. For the
    • intervention of the spirit in events on the physical plane to be
    • learn to feel again that the spiritual is active in everyday events
    • in the soul of Strader. There we see how such an event as Theodora's
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • such an event acts upon the heart as an ordeal of the soul. This
    • of the regular, normal course of natural events, events which can be
    • other events, events which also take place on the physical plane, but
    • the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as to the
    • relationship between things and events in the physical world? It is
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    • events took place. That means that as time went on Christ brought
    • and they will be the spiritual leaders of the seventh post-Atlantean
    • majesty; but in the most advanced men of the seventh culture-epoch it
    • the seventh culture-epoch of post-Atlantean humanity.Thus we see that
    • also for Angels, Archangels and Archai — the Christ-event
    • the event which culminated on the physical plane in the Mystery of
    • time that a number of men will repeat this event of Damascus and
    • immensity of the Christ-event, we see that it is because Christ has
    • Golgotha would be lost if, after that event, He whom we rightly call
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    • put it today, and it can surely be understood, at all events by an.
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    • possible? It was possible because this significant event of the
    • Golgotha, echoes another momentous event that took place in the
    • during the Sun evolution another important event took place. You
    • important event for the Earth was prepared in the old Sun, we see
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    • parts. That is a most significant event. These forces from cosmic
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan. In fact, through that event an
    • peculiar quality. It arrests the astrality which rises up, prevents
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    • tragedy as a representation of connected events calculated to arouse
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    • events of human evolution in one straight, continuous line, but to interpret
    • with the outer world. And on the other hand stirring event that had
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    • events of human evolution in one straight, continuous line, but to interpret
    • with the outer world. And on the other hand stirring event that had
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    • Iliad, of events which form the connecting link with the facts of the
    • manner of representation; the whole way in which the events are brought
    • figures of the Gods intervene in the events in Troy? They so intervene
    • relate of the primeval events which were included in the history of
    • and seventh centuries before Christ. The collective configuration of
    • which as it were, recollected human pre-historic events, and in the
    • which was so perceived as if one could look back at the events of hoary
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    • Iliad, of events which form the connecting link with the facts of the
    • manner of representation; the whole way in which the events are brought
    • figures of the Gods intervene in the events in Troy? They so intervene
    • relate of the primeval events which were included in the history of
    • and seventh centuries before Christ. The collective configuration of
    • which as it were, recollected human pre-historic events, and in the
    • which was so perceived as if one could look back at the events of hoary
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    • like first to remind you how events which take place behind the veil of
    • events, but the pictures correspond throughout with reality.
    • sense-perceptible events, we are living in a time of hard tests for
    • valid judgment as to the significance of external events cannot
    • cosmic events which occur behind the veil of the
    • than the historical events in the external environment of the
    • the usual descriptions of sense-perceptible events — we can
    • the events of autumn and winter draw on, when Michaelmas comes, he
    • for events in the cosmos.
    • iron-process in man are connected with corresponding events in the
    • must work on men in the midst of the events of our times. And then we
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    • sensitive and can really live with the course of events in the cosmos
    • to enter as a once-for-all event into the history of the Earth, it is
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    • equinox, an event which, though not identical with
    • “The Mystery ritual is an image of events in the
    • initiation, from that time on to our own, understood the event
    • memory of this historical event on Golgotha.
    • him, they were cognizant of his true nature. From the events on
    • stood forth as an external, historical event. All humankind now
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    • events in young peoples' lives in order to inform them of their
    • and dwelled in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. This event
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    • events pass spiritual contents on from one age to another. For
    • renewal. The Society was, after all, witness to an event that,
    • harrowing events can indeed call forth a true step
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    • seventh chapters consider the future evolution of the world and
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    • became, through events we shall learn of later, a festival of
    • remembrance recalling the historical event of Golgotha.
    • outward symbol connected with an event that was experienced in
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    • as the relic of an entirely real event of the Mysteries which
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    • special initiations, those of the sun and moon. And this event
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    • events point to spiritual facts, and carry over what is
    • event that can be utilized in evolution in the same way as a
    • similar event was once utilized: the burning of the temple at
    • an external, apparently chance event is sometimes of
    • of which the events at Ephesus were still the most
    • Anthroposophy is a Christmas event, and in all its acts it is
    • also an Easter event, a resurrection experience that is
    • At the annual commemoration of the sad event which falls at
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    • question to itself, it is led, first of all, to an event from
    • — an event that is entirely consistent with what I
    • understanding. The event to which clairvoyant consciousness
    • event of Pentecost, the sending of the Holy Spirit. It is this
    • event that presents itself first and foremost to clairvoyant
    • From the event of Pentecost pours the stream that has been described.
    • What, then, was this event of Pentecost? This question presented
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    • will begin to-day by turning our thoughts to the event known as
    • research may first of all be directed to this event, for as we
    • wakes in the morning remembers the last events of the previous
    • vision. Above all he was now able to gaze at that event of
    • because for a full understanding of this event the quickening
    • earth's evolution, a purely natural event, one that has also
    • reading the script ... one feels when this event is there
    • eclipse. And the external event becomes a symbolic expression
    • tries to prevent it, the more forcibly does it present itself.
    • can only be led to these events when, as seers, we find the way
    • and reads these events with clairvoyant sight, will be emphatic
    • had not really known before: that the event of Golgotha had
    • them to participate in the real sense in this event of the
    • events which had transpired around the earthly body of Him with
    • event of Golgotha and Pentecost. This period seemed to them to
    • days between the event known as the Ascension, and Pentecost.
    • remarkable is how the particular events came up into the
    • us suppose that now, after the event of Pentecost, a
    • the memory-pictures of events preceding the onset of this
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    • considering the event usually known as the Baptism by John in
    • Gospel reveals that this event was something like conception in
    • to the Christ Being, we must conceive the event described as
    • the human being lives through a spiritual life. From the event
    • said of this Mystery: Since the event of Pentecost the Christ
    • in the Jordan and the event of Pentecost took place in order
    • To what end, then, did the events of Palestine take place? To
    • Here we have a direct indication that the event of Palestine is
    • form a really clear conception of the event of Pentecost
    • sixth degree he became a “Sun-Hero,” in the seventh
    • that this might be, the events of Palestine were necessary.
    • understanding of these extraordinary events in Palestine which
    • us turn again to the event we know as the Baptism by John in
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    • this concluding passage is to the effect that the events which
    • Jesus of Nazareth during his sixteenth and seventeenth years.
    • events recorded in Old Testament history. And one day —
    • in upon him. It was in his sixteenth, seventeenth and
    • seventeenth and eighteenth years, Jesus of Nazareth began to
    • exact place. It seems to me that the event took place on a
    • second significant event, the second significant climax in the
    • twelfth year. Truly, my dear friends, the events which most
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    • interconnected, and that an event of such importance in the
    • what the Event of Golgotha signified for the evolution of
    • events had taken place which led up to his twenty-eighth and
    • and more to one particular event in his life — to the
    • then there took place the event I have often described —
    • us try to picture the infinite significance of this event! Let
    • power to cast thee down, since the human body prevents thee
    • mayest indeed be right but that cannot prevent me from keeping
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    • the grave events of war we have lost within quite a short time a
    • should be. If we pass through life in such a way that events work
    • universal events. We let ourselves be instructed by the course of
    • universal events because this liberates us from the narrow judgment
    • necessary events.
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    • the grave events of war we have lost within quite a short time a
    • should be. If we pass through life in such a way that events work
    • universal events. We let ourselves be instructed by the course of
    • universal events because this liberates us from the narrow judgment
    • necessary events.
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    • eventually the epoch will come when people will say: earlier
    • Eventually, when it is realized how, from the spirit of modern
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    • said before, I want to single out just one event.) In ordinary
    • have been a fateful event. Human existence as seen with the
    • events fall away from the friendships and from the
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    • order to prevent the factors that bring men into such distress
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    • written in England in the very year before the fearful event of
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    • In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism is cultivated through
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    • order of facts and events, in time. In ordinary life a man does
    • the external progress of events becomes much more alive and
    • the sixth and seventh. Seven — or relatively speaking,
    • is only with difficulty impressed by the consecutive events; it
    • repulses them, and therefore does not allow the events which
    • The melancholic person who allows the events to work very
    • external stream of events in time.
    • experiences another stream of events in time. In ordinary life
    • this stream of events is scarcely perceived; but it is soon
    • all future events; when one has developed composure with
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    • course of outer events in a delicate manner. We pointed out
    • does the tableau of these events enlarge, as it were, and
    • see everything not as happening in space, but as events in
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    • prevent it from appearing properly; he is as though benumbed:
    • Abel as an event in humanity after the expulsion from Paradise,
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    • because from out of the weaving of natural events there arises
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    • universal law of world destiny and world events occupy
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    • universal law of world destiny and world events occupy
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    • world. May this eventually meet with understanding. We
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence through
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • There are two things that chain man and prevent a free view
    • means of the narrative events how Goethe shows the way in which
    • develop the soul, and in larger spheres. He shows in the events
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • current of events, in the inner nature of things. Of course only
    • Thus he created the sequence of the story's events, which is
    •  Here grows to Event:
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • decided. If we compare this time with the eleventh and twelfth
    • and then stored over by the events of the following years and by
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • can realize how in the course of world-events a part is played by
    • initiation, described yesterday, was opened by a particular event.
    • must go through those mighty events which take place behind
    • removed into the spiritual world. You must follow all the events in
    • the spiritual world to it, since he is concerned with events
    • whole world must appear to him spiritualized — all the events
    • try to prevent his liberation — only when he accosts
    • world experience. He takes part as an outside observer, in events
    • another. The events concern now only those powers which are in the
    • poetic clothing up of quite realistic, albeit supernatural events,
    •  There grows to Event:
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    • when we can see already in preparation events of extraordinary
    • event which occurred ten years ago. Now not only according to
    • came back to the place, he lived through the event over again
    • merely makes a note of some event in his head. As I have
    • that way again he might re-experience the event in his head;
    • lectures how the events of history begin to reveal themselves
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    • external events of history were in those days much more
    • forces in us in the one final event of death — these
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    • Occult History. Historical Personalities and Events in the Light of Spiritual Science
    • of the same events that we shall treat of in the present course
    • grasped, we shall not understand the course of events in the
    • could trace this course of events by reference to many
    • to-day I will set before you the events that I described
    • had not a certain event taken place that set the whole course
    • into a terrible fit of anger over an event that came to his
    • place in the city. He heard of the event before he reached the
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    • by showing the consequences of events as they reflect
    • they were eventually to reach, the pupils were led (and here I
    • describe the prosaic Earth as the environment of these events;
    • wonderful dramatic power the events that were enacted through
    • have therefore to see in these events the working of a
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • can only grasp the significance of the events of earlier and of
    • guide the events and phenomena of Earth. The Gods were
    • Pictures, too, of the events and processes on Saturn, Sun and
    • the great world-events and of the great world-Beings.
    • now we come to one of those historical events of which people
    • of this event, let us call to mind the following. We must
    • death prevented his reaching Arabia, though that had been one
    • by the tremendous events that we see taking place, we are able
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    • significance of the events we have been considering, events
    • the Mystery of Golgotha another great event took place, which
    • the memories that are limited to personal life, events of
    • pre-earthly existence, events that preceded the Earth period of
    • manner to write down the great events of the world, — all
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place; in Jerusalem the events
    • Hibernia the event was fulfilled in a symbol, in a picture, at
    • sublime event was being enacted in concrete physical reality,
    • events in human evolution are closely linked together; there
    • end of the seventies, did there come, as it were, a new call to
    • not discovered or printed till the beginning of the seventeenth
    • seventies of the last century. Moreover, it is also true that
    • back again to the west. And it was possible in the seventies
    • events we have been describing.
    • the events of history, for it is often so that seemingly
    • was able to begin at the end of the seventies, and how from the
    • asleep to important events that are taking place in the
    • asleep to-day in regard to the most important events of all.
    • evolution of the Anthroposophical movement the event of the
    • we bring these two events together, setting one in the
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    • the whole Cosmos. But the animal is somehow prevented from
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    • of strange and unparalleled events, when we see it written with
    • times such an event was spoken of as brought about by the
    • as compared with the events of which external history relates.
    • event into blessing. The pain cannot thereby be made less, but
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    • Events in the Light of Spiritual Science by Rudolf Steiner,
    • the seventeenth century. See Eleven European Mystics.
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    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • described it, events appear that have not existed in the
    • earth-life at all, events by which we have been prepared for
    • when the child was born, what it became with the seventh
    • far-reaching, universal events experienced in the spiritual
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    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • described it, events appear that have not existed in the
    • earth-life at all, events by which we have been prepared for
    • when the child was born, what it became with the seventh
    • far-reaching, universal events experienced in the spiritual
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    • necessity connects one event with another, an ordering in which
    • Spiritual Beings work into the earthly events and arrange and
    • They only recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course
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    • Spiritual Beings work into the earthly events and arrange and
    • They only recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course
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    • the march of events. Whereas head-clairvoyance is effected
    • of that which occurs impersonally in cosmic events; but that
    • the world of cosmic and of historical events.
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    • the march of events. Whereas head-clairvoyance is effected
    • of that which occurs impersonally in cosmic events; but that
    • the world of cosmic and of historical events.
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Contents
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    • SEVENTH LECTURE, November 19, 1916
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    • Goethe's father had come to Frankfurt in the seventeenth
    • important world events were part of the life in his home, and
    • — in the seventies! He was a much respected man who had a
    • that strange individual who participated in so many events of
    • takes part in one event, is wholly involved in it and expresses
    • event in an entirely different role; he is drawn into that,
    • forced by the events; but what holds these disparate episodes
    • not say that the events in which he is involved bore one to
    • battles. Yet, in spite of all the boredom of the single events,
    • Nowadays, after the event, people have the feeling that Goethe
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    • contemporary events. In accordance with the present world
    • events is one thing and the participation of an individual in
    • these events another. You will have no doubt that these events
    • course of events in world history, the truth is that a
    • observing the events more intently than we usually do, we shall
    • certain events had not occurred. What was living within him as the
    • unless we take into consideration such events in the course of
    • Here we see how a natural event seems to enter with immense
    • This event of near death appeared in Goethe at the end of the
    • external or merely physical events has not yet attained the
    • lays himself open even to historic events without forcing them,
    • have led to quite definite events in life. So he withdraws from
    • ghost. But this is just the kind of event that so profoundly
    • see here how a man may stand within external events and how it
    • seventy-four of Sophocles' dramas, by which the Greeks were
    • most complicated fashion with world events! Many things could
    • understand what such an event means to his life. I know how
    • himself so much in events but responds to them more than at an
    • period when events confronted him in a more gentle way. Just as
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    • will of the cosmos for our earthly events from them.
    • which he embodied in his tools. Eventually, he will be reunited
    • complete decadence. To prevent this from happening, spiritual
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    • development of children from approximately the seventh to the
    • profoundly observed only between the seventh and the
    • during the seventh to the fourteenth years. In other words, two
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    • fulfilled swiftly and precipitously. To be sure, such an event
    • course of events that is outwardly almost the same as I have
    • consecutive events of life, you will understand nothing
    • a sense; they draw threads from one event to another but do not
    • public events are some day laid bare, when the threads are
    • exposed that lead from them to modern events and their methods
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    • preceding period from the seventh to the fourteenth year, the
    • development — let us say from the third to the seventh
    • thought the one barrier to preventing Europe from rapidly
    • on a dubious character. This does not prevent them from
    • have described, to prevent human beings from attaining clarity
    • the basis of this event they can explain certain occurrences
    • were made to prevent this from happening. Indeed, beginning in
    • the sixties and seventies, if what then lived in Blavatsky
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    • there were unusual events, brilliant occasions, festival
    • discovery that has had significance ever since. This event was
    • prevent the possible generation of ten-member families, but
    • inheritance prevented him from carrying over into life what he
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    • the time clash with cosmic events and these cosmic events
    • does, what men do in their relationships, could cause events to
    • significance of this event. The question may be asked how the
    • way into the fifth, sixth and seventh centuries — we might
    • seventh and eighth centuries after the Mystery of Golgotha. The
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    • events of our times and little needs to be added. The necessary
    • because we are human — prevents us from consciously judging a
    • souls that they really ought to render. To prevent this
    • earth by the higher gods that prevented them from becoming
    • that it is not hostile to him but prevents him from falling
    • the lower nature and thereby preventing its concomitant
    • recently in lectures, even about actual events, although I
    • protect and support Sir Oliver Lodge during a difficult event
    • event.
    • lead to the events narrated. It is known that Sir Oliver had
    • is made of only one event against which Myers would protect Sir
    • Oliver. To be sure, this event could have occurred in several
    • What took place? During the time when the events I
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    • their thought structure, under the impression of these events
    • great cosmic event that must be understood. Before the
    • is sought to prevent natural science becoming at the same
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    • the definite consciousness of the concrete events of cosmic
    • the Roman Empire into the political events really vast
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    • people were right, and have been justified by events, who
    • setting in the course of actual events. A professor teaching
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    • last century, somewhere in the 'seventies: the streets were
    • that can prevent this barbarism; and the only thing that can
    • prevent it, is a spiritual education of the West;
    • Should certain wants be prohibited or prevented? or how
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    • her eventual role as a resourceful, creative, responsible
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    • remember that when the catastrophic events began in which the
    • this conclusion there followed the events of the French
    • each day brings a very great deal. Catastrophic events breaking
    • the beginning of our present century, when the events we are
    • historical evolution from the events that took place in the
    • proceed to a description of concrete events.
    • I have said, the fact that this event concerning the whole
    • is coming out in the events of today. We must be equal to this
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    • situation which prevents the recognition of what the being of
    • thinking is bound to the physical instrument we are prevented
    • Fleece. He had thought out the plan, the individual events
    • or less parallel to the first, and which prevents us from
    • events that we perceive. If we can do this, then all the
    • we live as spiritual beings among spiritual events and other
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    • place on earth. It is not as if we had particular events before
    • point: Anyone who remembers an earthly event has perhaps a
    • before his mind which is directly aroused by an event of the
    • with the memory of earthly events. The impression itself
    • act to the first, beginning with the last events of the fifth
    • act and ending with the first events of the first act. Or one
    • soul, beginning with the last event of evening and progressing
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    • looking at the things that surround us, and at the events that
    • out, eventually leads to our being increasingly able to learn
    • and to agnosticism, and nothing is done to prevent this plunge
    • plunge into the abyss is not prevented by un-philosophy or by
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    • laws of life, to prevent us from saying to someone who does not
    • science of spirit cannot prevent anyone from being just
    • therefore, will never prevent anyone from doing anything for
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    • eventually to be criticised by theorists. I write for
    • this — that whales exist, does not prevent us from
    • consideration of external events. When one considers how it
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    • external events. And again, when we act, we stand but from
    • relationship to external events and occurrences. We are
    • seventh to his fifteenth year. In that school the forces of
    • seventh and fifteenth years is of such a kind as to kill out
    • seventh and fifteenth years is not there for nothing. During
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    • the events on Golgotha did the Gods learn to know inwardly of
    • which would be extinguished in sleep, preventing, during
    • Golgotha as a divine event placed in the midst of earth-life;
    • event which has given the earth its meaning is of such a
    • character that it will never be surpassed. This event consists
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    • been told that the events of Palestine could even be doubted,
    • concerning the events in Palestine ? It was possible because in
    • constitutes the structure of the events. Having such a
    • historical events when he was speaking of the Christ. He
    • way, take place behind the physical events.
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    • the usual events of life, then there arises just opposite the
    • do. Events that we may have gone through decades ago are
    • simultaneous spiritual world events, one's own spiritual and
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture II: The Nature of the Human Being
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    • in advance in order to prevent misunderstandings about this theosophy.
    • came during the seventies. This was stimulation; but what are the contents
    • sixth member with the seventh one. The notorious heptad, which you can
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    • deaf to the events of the sensuous world, to that which his contemporaries
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  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture IX: On the Inner Life
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    • of the events which are shown in the fairy tale, Goethe shows a future
    • ancient wisdom will be replaced by an even higher wisdom. The events
    • direct the destinies and events that happen on the external plane of
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    • image of spiritual events in the human soul. Goethe should announce
    • more about the future events.
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVI: The Great Initiates
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    • to the outside events. It was approximate in such a way, as if you have
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XIX: Schiller and the Present
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    • of life, but only an event like other events of life. Death is no completion.
    • with it; the soul goes, after it has experienced the event of death,
    • to him: an event took place that intervened deeply in his life and also
    • in the life of our whole nation. It is an event which is very important
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    • there were already events like the Greek dramas to which the Greeks
    • message tells of the miraculous event in the garden of Joseph of Arimathea
    • messages about the events that the disciples deliver to us. We also
    • the faith in the risen Saviour started from these events, and we want
    • that differently in the scriptures, he eventually convinces him or not.
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • Only knowledge prevents them weighing on the soul, giving
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    • mirrored in the sympathetic nervous system, another event
    • the way we experience external events.
    • referred not only to personally known events but also to
    • events experienced by his ancestors. It was a dim and hazy
    • different one. It happened through an event well-known to
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    • large part of humanity as the greatest in history. The event
    • one of whom sees an event or a human being as tragic, the
    • constantly preventing disintegration.
    • a twofold event taking place: a destructive process at work
    • prevent life being destroyed; thus, from pain comes new life.
    • becomes a source of healing. Thus, sin can eventually
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    • natural tendencies. In the period up to the seventh year, the
    • self-contained. The same applies between the seventh and the
    • periods. Special care must be taken up to the seventh year
    • approaches the seventh year and the milk teeth are gradually
    • child's reason and intellect. Between the seventh and twelfth
    • of the ether body occurs in the period from the seventh to
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    • towards the eventual attainment of an independent personality
    • time about the seventh year, for the ether body is born and
    • human ether body. At about the seventh year they are pushed
    • seventh year the ether body remains latent within the
    • that the change of teeth is a significant event. Up to the
    • seventh year the physical principle culminates its activity
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    • person repeats that event during physical birth. At that
    • development up to the seventh year. Between the change of
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years corresponds in the
    • seventh and fourteenth years is also the time to foster the
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    • enter with patience and love into every being, every event.
    • perceive a genuine spiritual event, certain spiritual organs
    • a rare event; so the fact that the strange light was seen by
    • events around us every day.
    • especially in the sense of preventing illness. This,
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    • At every moment it prevents the chemical combinations from
    • Eventually what is not purified falls away like a kind of
    • the seventh year when the ether body is born, the etheric
    • paramount importance from the seventh to the fourteenth year
    • that the ether body, after the seventh year, is no longer
    • seventh year physical forces elaborated and plastically
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • appeared at the beginning of the seventeenth century, the
    • methods. A person who gradually prepares will eventually
    • also characterizing a certain type of event that can occur
    • eventually be refuted. What passes over to the new plant is
    • Many events
    • science only knows the most elementary aspects of this event.
    • is a sign for this event; the inward-turning spiral signifies
    • body leads eventually to a specific goal. At some time in the
    • Rosicrucian pupil learns the alchemy that eventually will
    • of important spiritual events that took place as this part of
    • seventh stage is within reach. Knowledge now becomes feeling;
    • existence. This living within all beings is the seventh
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    • travels the path of knowledge will eventually reach that
    • events of greatest significance. In France, Scotland, England
    • Ananda became a follower of Buddha, and he eventually
    • life, brought about the present events. Wagner has worked on
    • transition from the midnight of Maundy Thursday — events
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    • stand up to close historical investigation. Looking at events
    • event is summed up in one sentence, you have the saying in
    • truly represents a world event depicting the entry into a
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    • that when he awoke, this connection prevented him from noticing
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    • Mystery-wisdom in order to understand how an event such as the
    • same event which took place upon Golgotha took place in the
    • events could take place which could never have taken place
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    • us prepare ourselves for this event, so that it may not find us
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    • bring to a child in education or instruction between the seventh and
    • four times seven year periods are repeated from the seventh year on)
    • takes up from the seventh year to the 14th year, and which occupies
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • numbers. The Prague clock. Every external event has an
    • Historical events must be judged according to their intrinsic
    • hidden forces behind ongoing events. Our actions can be
    • in historical events. Unsuccessful actions are also necessary.
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    • connect ourselves inwardly with the soul-stirring events of our
    • speak about, I would say “necessity in world events and
    • events on the physical plane that urge us as strongly to deal
    • souls. If we look at world events and our own actions, feeling,
    • willing, and thinking within these events, considering them for
    • reason for this event we were involved in so much a part of
    • course of events with our own will as much as we can. In short,
    • who supposed that all the events we are involved in through our
    • and influence in one way or another the course of events when
    • prevent any other town from having one like it. So he had the
    • as well have taken this from great world events as from
    • “I can easily follow the course of events: the boulder
    • external events. We are looking at the events as they happen on
    • being, the world in which the ordinary world events
    • perceive the external events of the physical plane with our
    • physical events and also the world of elemental
    • with events of the elemental world flowing into them. It would
    • say, deeper natures may feel that events not taking place on
    • occurrence. Parallel with this physical event, that is to say,
    • vision any event can appear to that person. He or she could of
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    • we call the ahrimanic and luciferic forces in world events and
    • Ahriman and Lucifer could also be seen in events of the world,
    • looks as though every event follows naturally from the
    • events of the physical world. We are also placed within this
    • appreciate events and processes according to their
    • concerning events possessing their own intrinsic value. I
    • about an event needing to be looked at on its own merit.
    • things and events in the world outside us, but also consider
    • not prevent our doing a free deed in the particular
    • result of past events. What is nature as a whole, the whole
    • course of historical events and the significance of today's
    • events. For these lead us directly to the point where we always
    • look at events, such as the hypothetical one I gave you, from
    • spiritual world, this latter event being the other half of the
    • spiritually that belongs to the outer event and is of immensely
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    • Many years passed. By chance a very unusual event followed. The
    • realize clearly that when we look back at events that have
    • consider the events as necessity. There is no doubt about the
    • often happens, always find the causes of events in what
    • events on the physical plane we really judge in the sense of
    • occurrence, we see that events were directed toward that
    • merely traces events on the physical plane.
    • immediately preceding event. In fact if we break off
    • And if we do this, and go from one event to the other, tracing
    • causes similar to the way people look for causes of events in
    • being in a certain sense joins us in the external events in a
    • events, it is certainly necessary that we face all the
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    • see such significant world events as those of the present, we
    • appearance. All the various events we have seen taking place in
    • were in those days, all the later events have developed right
    • through world events and spreading out over immense regions.
    • with current happenings; yet, as far as events on the physical
    • stream of events taking place on the physical plane there
    • seventh month of embryonic growth, while we ourselves were born
    • seventh, eighth, and ninth month, but were to stop short, they
    • freedom in relation to certain events in which we very
    • enters into the stream of events, being in any way encroached
    • world events.
    • Particularly where major events in world history are concerned,
    • an empty space in world events with regard to certain
    • Faust; no space, only a state of fullness. Events run
    • in the consecutive events and realize that Parsifal and so on,
    • preceding centuries in which the stream of events had taken
    • into the past we have to regard past events themselves as a
    • self-chosen karmic involvement in the events on the physical
    • can arise from such significant events as those of the present,
    • because they envision that future events should take a definite
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • essentially to the events on the earth in recent years.
    • bright side of the sad, the terrible events of recent times.
    • seventh year, to the change of teeth, the physical body comes
    • civilization arrived as mankind at our twenty-seventh. year.
    • prevent the abstract from having any longer a value in
    • seventh ahead of us leading to a great break in human
    • even what the seventh expresses, must already be unfolding in
    • events. When men once more realise that no one can lie
    • what must come to pass in the seventh period, but is even now
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    • followed in turn by the seventh. As we saw yesterday, on
    • appear in the seventh epoch is already at work in the fifth,
    • people are inclined really to learn from the events;; how
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture I: The Four Platonic Virtues and Their Relation with the Human Members
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    • events from the physical plane within a very short time and now
    • something that always counts on the course of the world-events.
    • That is why we can be taught by the course of the events of
    • spirits who guard these souls on the fields of the events.
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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    • was sacrificed on the altar of the big events. A time comes
    • seventy, eighty, ninety years, externally considered if the
    • who go now due to the destiny-burdened events through the gate
    • sacrificial devotion, while they have gone just by these events
    • destiny-burdened events after which a time of sunny peace will
    • painful events of the present time, as far as we are concerned,
    • just through such painful, destiny-burdened events, as they
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    • attention for it. If such drastic events flow through the time
    • course of events, or at least a later phase of matters that
    • You need to look only at the last events, the standardisation
    • given that also show in the external events that there is an
    • we consider events that are close to us and can teach us. One
    • events in the physical and spiritual worlds correspond to each
    • world events were, also for a superficial knowledge, the clear
    • right. Only a part of historical events happens in the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IV: The Intimate Element of the Central European Culture and the Central European Striving
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    • what expresses itself by the events of these days, does not
    • of the course of such significant events. We have to feel that
    • events. He frees himself from a lot of pettiness and egoism if
    • he is able to do this. Such great events take place that almost
    • interests in the big events of life in the souls dedicating
    • desirable, especially now — events that lead the soul
    • European being to stand in front of the present great events
    • ground of spiritual science to look at the present events in
    • whole intellectual life. It is the most tragic event of the
    • dreadful events. Only if you really consider the matters that
    • everywhere. If the events become a symbol of the deepest world
    • selfish view of the present grievous, destiny-burdened events.
    • before the soul's eyes as the last significant event. This
    • present events. They express how for the next peacetime the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture V: The Intervention of the Christ Impulse in the Historical Events
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    • Events.
    • sees the events thereby in a wider perspective than other
    • that what is not so externally visible in the events, what the
    • everyday mind is not able to see in these events. We must be
    • Only that human being lives properly in the present events who
    • sees these events in such a significant light as far as it is
    • immense, but also tragic and painful events. Those upon whom it
    • if we consider that we are in the most dreadful war events
    • Golgotha took place as the most significant event of the whole
    • event in which way this Christ Impulse has worked, without
    • to the event that is connected with the personality of the Maid
    • a role. The boy should only arrive just at the seventh year in
    • have a memory picture of the events only. If one looks back
    • after death at past events, they are left; one looks at the
    • events like through space. Thus the words had been left; the
    • culture-epoch towards the sixth and seventh culture-epochs. It
    • fifth post-Atlantean culture-epoch. The sixth and the seventh
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VI: Moral Impulses and Their Results
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    • the seventh year already learning the school objects and to
    • the seventh year would be taught only in the ninth or tenth
    • feelings that the present destiny-burdened events are not felt
    • which one can notice externally these destiny-burdened events
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VII: Cosmic Effects on the Human Members During Sleep
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    • spiritual-scientific point of view on our big events.
    • an event full of riddle, at least an event full of riddle for
    • give you single facts. I take the event that happened in the
    • in the historical events.
    • for the present events and wants to judge everything
    • the events are right down at the bottom in the subconscious
    • time will be suitable — also because of the bloody events
    • these events; however, one will see that from the historical
    • advance by these events. But it will be necessary that one
    • our senses to the big, destiny-burdened events of our time.
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    • world view the big events of our time from a high point of
    • events. Today some points of view just with reference to the
    • big events of our time may be given, because our present
    • intervening events, as we experience them now since the
    • us that these military events are actually an illness process.
    • the people who judge about these events suppose that in July
    • nothing about the origin of the events and look only at the
    • seven years his physical body, from the seventh up to the
    • happens at certain points in time. The events which happen
    • the documents and enumerates the events successively and says
    • matters which are there. And one sees that the events of today
    • event happens really, so that it takes place, as Solovyov
    • developed in the subsoil of the events, at that which extends
    • the present grievous, destiny-burdened events must be to us. An
    • premonition in their consciousness. Considering these events
    • death during these military events which cannot be compared
    • the death which was imposed to them by the big events of time.
    • bodies are prevented by the most manifold circumstances from
    • magazine need that they are taught by events which are given in
    • destiny-burdened events of the present, understand it also in
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  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IX: The Relation of the Human Being to the Realms of Nature and the Hierarchies
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    • causes of the external events in the world can be found
    • such significant events, within which the human beings of the
    • destiny-burdened events mean an admonition to the human beings.
    • seventy years. The forces are in the etheric body, because
    • events.
    • their death as a result of the big destiny-burdened events, the
    • as a sacrifice for the events demanded by this time —
    • to him, it has the deepest sense that such events have befallen
    • sway over the fields on which now the dreadful events take
    • a spiritual point of view also towards such events, not the
    • appearance. Who steered the events in those days taking place
    • the events with Constantine and Maxentius, and later again with
    • for the course of our present destiny-burdened events. That is
    • destiny-burdened events of this time:
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    • seventh centuries. But a spirit that is good at a certain time
    • Europe. Those have to strive to prevent it who anticipate a
    • prevented.
    • life of the external world is not suited to prevent Ahriman.
    • the events in our rooms as something sectarian, something
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    • Impulse, that it induced the necessary events by Constantine,
    • altruistic motives; seventeen percent because of striving for
    • event. If one takes Solovyov, one thinks that he goes out above
    • matter that we always look at the historical events only, but
    • spirit. Now this leading spirit prepares the event which I
    • of the etheric Christ over the earth, the event which must take
    • external events in the physical world. Imagine how different
    • the spiritual truth is from the external events in the physical
    • external events this way, in so far as they manifest themselves
    • events quite differently than it happens now. One must say that
    • for the war. — Concerning the external events the matter,
    • have prevented this war?
    • prevented the war? — No other answer can be given than:
    • the Russian government could have prevented the war. —
    • until the human being is seventy, eighty, or ninety years old.
    • events.
    • a big event to sacrifice themselves for something that there is
    • field of the events, nevertheless, he confirms by the way he
    • one relied on the events of the physical world, one could not
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    • important sense. We stand in the midst of events which cause
    • physical existence. Just this is the peculiarity of such events
    • physical life up to the sixtieth, seventieth, eightieth year.
    • gate of death and ordered the whole situation, all the events
    • so that the events of this earth can take place. As true as the
    • through the gate of death on the fields of the events in our
    • human beings who go now because of the military events or other
    • ties up himself because of the soul events while approaching
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    • events that one unleashed a war under the title of a community
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    • should be able to have a different attitude to the events of
    • time than the others, even if these events touch him so near.
    • shortly before, a few weeks before, another event satisfying me
    • seventeen, eighteen years old. Now he had gone, he had fallen.
    • move because of the events of life to a distant country in
    • live in a time in which the external destiny-burdened events
    • events as a warning to deepen the souls more than the
    • events was a contributory factor; so that those matters are not
    • prevent us from recognising rightly to go into any national
    • remember the big admonition of our destiny-burdened events, so
    • thoroughly to the events instead of judging superficially in
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    • are prevented from being aware in which way they are in the
    • through self-knowledge gets rid of that which prevents us from
    • birth, so to speak, we get rid of that which prevents us from
    • event.
    • events over there in the spiritual world. He would be able to
    • because of the destiny-burdened events of our time. Then
    • events:
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    • state of unconsciousness. But Spiritual Science is there to prevent this
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • and the animal nature. At all events man roes through the experience
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    • The sixth and the seventh should then follow.
    • events of our time, the consequences of which—one can already
    • saying: man perceives the real ego like a hole in life's events. You
    • is, look upon being born as an event in your life like—shall we
    • wave of events, is not an affair only affecting mean subjectively; it
    • continually to give yourself a shake to prevent the thoughts sending
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    • we have surveyed this most important of all events for mankind. Today
    • to start out from a material study of world events. It is only when
    • we try to grasp a spiritual event spiritually that we arrive at area
    • the Mystery of Golgotha is for all that like other historical events
    • a physical event of the physical world. But only recently I have pointed
    • of Golgotha must be understood spiritually as a spiritual event. And
    • death and rising again. This event at first remained unnoticed anywhere
    • in the whole Roman Empire. Throughout the centuries this event worked
    • the events of nature into which man also is interwoven on earth, then
    • there is no doubt it becomes impossible to bring the events of nature
    • in human life, as the course of natural events in which won is interwoven.
    • through natural events, such as is found in the Book of Job, is also
    • on earth was only to be reached through such an event that indeed happened
    • For when such a thing comes about there arises one of those events when
    • in a certain measure through its on force the event changes into its
    • It is a matter of external history whether certain events have been
    • Christianity is the perception of this objective event being played
    • stage runs from 747 years before the event of Golgotha to the year 1413
    • let us say a point during the fifth century before the event of Golgotha,
    • up men and events one after the other, says actually nothing at all
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    • must the event of Golgotha become for this intellect that is above all
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the event of Golgotha. There mankind was shown—the
    • upon this monstrous phenomenon in human events, where the world is reedy
    • noticed today amid the confusion and turmoil of events. But let us look
    • by the Latin wave. And through a tragic chain of events, having, however,
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    • during the seventies, when a duality existed between —
    • explored during the seventies and eighties as carrier of human
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    • remarkable peace, a kind of legitimate comprehension of events
    • without grasping how the “I” need all aforementioned events, is
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    • external events — Faust striving with all his knowledge
    • symbolised by the poodle and it is this that prevents him
    • passed through the first seventh part of our culture-period,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • prevent people from believing things that were objectionable
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • up against events of such sadness as those of the present,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • the spiritless world of material events, which above all must
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • Volkelt, in the seventies of last century, ventured timidly
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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