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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 5: Mystery Wisdom and Myth
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    • attributed to Buddha. A man much attached to life, who on no account
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 6: Egyptian Mystery Wisdom
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    • personality the Buddha lived with his followers; as such a personality
    • parallels which exist between the biographies of Buddha and of Jesus.
    • Buddha and Christ. We need only follow up the details to see that all
    • The birth of Buddha is announced by a white elephant who descends to
    • that it signifies the birth of a Buddha. They have a definite, typical
    • idea of a Buddha. The life of the individual personality will have to
    • born.” — The Brahmin Asita says of Buddha, “This is the child which will
    • become Buddha, the redeemer, the leader to immortality, freedom and
    • related of Buddha that at the age of twelve he was lost, and was found
    • Buddha had lived in solitude and had returned, he was received by the
    • course of Buddha's life the tempter approaches him, promising him all
    • the kingdoms of the earth. Buddha will have nothing to do with this,
    • not desire an earthly one; I shall become Buddha and make all the
    • points: the results would be the same. — The life of Buddha ended
    • death of Buddha corresponds with the transfiguration of Jesus: “And it
    • and glistening.” At this point Buddha's earthly life ends, but the
    • and Resurrection. The difference between Buddha and Christ lies in
    • that of Buddha. Buddha and Christ are not understood by simply
    • chapters of this book.) Other accounts of the death of Buddha need not
    • definite way, so a Buddha or a Christ can live only in a quite
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  • Title: CaMF: Reference Guide to Principal Themes in Christianity As Mystical Fact, Based on Other Works by Rudolf Steiner
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