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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • year of Goethe's death. Steiner was well qualified for this position,
    • Isles. From about the turn of the century until his death in 1925, Steiner
    • East–West relationships, and Niccolo Pisano was calling deathless beauty
    • leading teacher until his death in 1280. Through his instructors at Cologne,
    • death of the painter, Cimabue. At the age of fifteen he entered the
    • John of the Green Island on July 18, 1382. Four days after his death a
    • In 1348 Strassburg was visited by the Black Death. All who could leave the
    • pulpit in defiance of papal ban and the Black Death and bore witness to the
    • In the years following the Black Death and the papal ban, Tauler continued
    • that for him the moment of death was an experience of pure joy, for as he
    • between Brussels and Hal in 1293, the year after the death of the English
    • was in the song of the birds of the forest. His death took place in 1381,
    • moment of his death, the bells of the churches in neighboring villages began
    • Years after the deaths of Jan van Ruysbroeck and Gerhard Groote, a
    • Nicolas' death, “The Cardinal of Cusa and several other theologians have
    • exile and death in France.
    • But he was not left in peace for long. First, the death of Maximilian at the
    • death of the painter, Raphael, and of Luther's burning of the papal bull,
    • The death of Louise of Savoy in 1531 weakened his position, and in addition
    • 1535 at the age of forty-nine. His death took place in the same year as that
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  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • about in a “master,” and how the latter, when he felt his death approaching,
    • is I who suffered bitter death in order to bring you back to life! Here I
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • Catholic church made to atone for his advanced ideas with death. It was an
    • place in him appears to him like the death of the old life and a resurrection
    • for God, eternal death shall at last slay you for the Enemy.”
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • of death with life, the third natural form (sulphur) appears. This life,

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