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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 5: Mystery Wisdom and Myth
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    • saga of Prometheus. Prometheus and Epimetheus were the sons of the
    • In the battle with the Titans, Prometheus stood at the side of Zeus.
    • Titans' attitude of mind continued to live in Prometheus. He was only
    • presumption, Prometheus took their part, teaching them the art of
    • Prometheus. Hephaestus, the son of Zeus, was commissioned to fashion
    • brother of Prometheus. She brought him a casket as a gift from the
    • gods. Epimetheus accepted the gift, despite the fact that Prometheus
    • command of Zeus, Prometheus was chained to a rock in the Caucasus
    • liver, which continually renewed itself. Prometheus had to pass his
    • Prometheus to discover something about it. Prometheus denied him any
    • Prometheus. During his travels Hercules also came to the Caucasus. He
    • killed the eagle which was consuming the liver of Prometheus. The
    • incurable wound, sacrificed himself for Prometheus. Then the latter
    • Prometheus belongs among the latter. This characterizes his being. But
    • nature-force (Kronos) had been tamed. Prometheus, therefore,
    • man may be redeemed. What Prometheus, the human will, despises, is
    • Prometheus, also holds good for the poem of the Odyssey by Homer. The
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 13: Augustine and the Church
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    • of Origin, Clement of Alexandria, Gregory of Nazianzus, Jerome and
  • Title: CaMF: Translators Notes
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    • 40 A.D., he headed a Jewish embassy to Rome to petition the Emperor
    • Eusebius and other Church Fathers advanced a tradition that in Rome
    • Hippolytus, born probably 2nd half of 2nd century A.D. in Rome;
    • Died c. 326 in Rome. Steiner's reference is to Hippolytus' The
    • there, but finally reached Rome where he established himself
  • Title: CaMF: Reference Guide to Principal Themes in Christianity As Mystical Fact, Based on Other Works by Rudolf Steiner
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