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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 2: Mysteries and Mystery Wisdom
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    • clearest reflections and adumbrations of the truth about the daemons.”
    • shows that the daemons, that is, the spiritual beings, and the gods
    • higher nature than the daemons and gods. And this is in the nature of
    • Mystery wisdom. The people pictured gods and daemons in images taken
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 3: Greek Sages Before Plato In the Light of Mystery Wisdom
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    • strengthening force in him is his daemonic element. This is what
    • striking way: “Man's daemon is his destiny.”
    • (Daemon is meant here in the Greek sense. In the modern sense we would say
    • beyond the personal. This personal element is the bearer of a daemonic
    • connection has this daemonic element with what in the form of
    • only a form of appearance for the daemonic. The bearer of such
    • experiences the daemonic element in himself is to him evidence of his
    • own immortality. Now he may no longer ascribe to this daemonic element
    • can be only one form of appearance of the daemonic element. The daemon
    • preparation for the experience. Whoever becomes aware of the daemonic
    • upon my daemon. And what will become of the effect which I produce on
    • the daemon, if I may not assume that its task is exhausted in my
    • itself between me and the cosmic unity. My daemon introduces itself.
    • transitory personality at all, but to the eternal daemon within them.
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 4: Plato as a Mystic
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    • joy. What Heraclitus designates as the daemon
    • reveals the stage at which their “daemon” stands
    • is a “daemon,” a mediator between the earthly and the divine. —
    • Socrates the daemonic force which was to lead him to the divine. She
    • the daemon in Socrates? We should not think of mere poetic fantasy here. No
    • actual wise woman could have awakened the daemon in the soul if the force for
    • basis which allows what brings the daemon to birth in the soul to
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 9: The Apocalypse of John
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    • spirits” (daemons) of the wisdom of the Mysteries have become the
    • more clearly than others. It will be left to the daemon, the angel

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