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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 2: Mysteries and Mystery Wisdom
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    • the same river’ are the words of Heraclitus, nor is it possible to lay
    • it true, as Heraclitus used to say, that the death of fire is birth
    • Heraclitus in particular. For this reason the saying of Xenophanes can
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 3: Greek Sages Before Plato In the Light of Mystery Wisdom
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    • A saying which has been handed down about Heraclitus of Ephesus
    • understood only by initiates. (Historical evidence of Heraclitus'
    • Pfleiderer. See his book, Die Philosophie des Heraklit von Ephesus im
    • Lichte der Mysterienidee, Berlin 1886.) Heraclitus was called “The
    • Heraclitus strikes us as a personality with the most serious attitude
    • innermost being has been penetrated. Heraclitus does extend this
    • creation. Heraclitus means to repudiate the lust for life which
    • eternal: ‘we are and we are not.’” (Heraclitus, Fragment No. 81)
    • Heraclitus.
    • Heraclitus the same as Hades, the god of annihilation and destruction.
    • Heraclitus intends primarily to
    • splendor and majesty of the eternal. — Heraclitus spoke vigorously
    • of Heraclitus: “Immortals take on mortality, mortals immortality;
    • Life then appears as a game. Therefore Heraclitus says, “Eternity is a
    • the higher sense of the thought of Heraclitus, that fire is the
    • phenomena of the world. But no one understands Heraclitus who does not
    • — We pervert the thoughts of Heraclitus if we argue whether
    • Heraclitus in particular may easily be misunderstood. He allows strife
    • thoughts of Heraclitean wisdom. What is the personal essence of man?
    • The above passage contains the answer of Heraclitus. Man is a mixture
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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 4: Plato as a Mystic
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    • “initiation.” Here love appears as the herald of wisdom. If wisdom,
    • joy. What Heraclitus designates as the daemon
    • keeping him in his own thigh until he is mature. Hera, the mother of
    • the image of a female divinity, Hera, is jealous of the birth out of a
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 5: Mystery Wisdom and Myth
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    • his marriage to Hera. Once while Persephone was playing, she was
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 10: Jesus and His Historical Background
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    • Therapeutae who had been established long before the beginning of
    • — Similar to the Essenes were the Therapeutae, who lived in Egypt. All
    • the Essenes and Therapeutae form a natural transition from the
    • Within the community of the Essenes or Therapeutae, by means of a
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 12: Christianity and Pagan Wisdom
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    • Mysteries; indeed he relates that the Therapeutae interpreted ancient
  • Title: CaMF: Back Cover Sheet
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    • Among the activities springing from the work of Rudolf Steiner are the Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association which aims at improved nutrition resulting from methods of agriculture outlined by Rudolf Steiner; the art of Eurythmy, created and described by him as “visible speech and visible song;” the work of the Clinical and Therapeutical Institute of Arlesheim, Switzerland, with related institutions in other countries; the homes for the treatment of mentally retarded children; and new directions of work in such fields as Mathematics, Physics, Painting, Sculpture, Music Therapy, Drama, Speech Formation, Astronomy, Economics and Psychology.
  • Title: CaMF: Translators Notes
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    • get to the end of Heraclitus the Ephesian's book: the path is hard
    • Heraclitus lays down his book ceremonially in the temple of
    • Heraclitus, Fragments 40, 41. Cf. Note 5, above.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 78.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 81.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 127.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 104, 52.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 56 (Cf. 45).
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 67.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 79.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 44.
    • Heraclitus, Fragment 137.
    • the sole account of an ascetic community known as the Therapeutae
  • Title: CaMF: Reference Guide to Principal Themes in Christianity As Mystical Fact, Based on Other Works by Rudolf Steiner
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