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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 2: Mysteries and Mystery Wisdom
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    • eternal, but one's words will be “but sound and smoke,”
    • not have the eternal living within him. If he were to speak of the
    • eternal, he would speak of nothing. The mystics seek the eternal
    • itself. They must first awaken the eternal within themselves; then
    • after initiation. He felt the eternal, the divine. His deeds will
    • completed, through it man had become a rock grounded in the eternal,
    • penetrate the essence of the eternal was bound to lose confidence in
    • the eternalness of such gods! How could Zeus, as the people pictured
    • him, be eternal when he had the characteristics of a mortal being?
    • offspring alone is conceived of the eternal, hidden Father — God
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 3: Greek Sages Before Plato In the Light of Mystery Wisdom
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    • made unless the transitory is measured against the eternal. In
    • make room for new life, but the eternal lives in the new life as in
    • the old. The same eternal appears in transitory life as in death. When
    • man has grasped this eternal he looks upon death with the same
    • eternal within himself does life have a special value for him. The
    • content it is void of meaning. Cognition of eternal creation is
    • eternal: ‘we are and we are not.’” (Heraclitus, Fragment No. 81)
    • the eternal which is infinitely above life and death, his gaze alone
    • eternal lives in them also. What they appear to be from the standpoint
    • splendor and majesty of the eternal. — Heraclitus spoke vigorously
    • the eternal speaks through the transitory. He has a deeply significant
    • symbol for this eternal: “The harmony of the world is of opposite
    • death is the eternal life of mortals, earthly life the death of
    • man. Thereby he turns away from the eternal. Through this, life
    • values lose their worth when seen from the standpoint of the eternal.
    • Burning, yes, scorching is the effect which contemplation of the eternal has
    • was only a symbol of the eternal spirit which dissolves and reforms
    • its furnace and allowing contemplation of the eternal to emerge from
    • only of “things,” not of the eternal. If there were no polarities in
    • spirit within him, the spirit which is rooted in the eternal. This
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  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 4: Plato as a Mystic
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    • of death — but as though the eternal truth itself which had made its
    • eternal can resound.
    • they can behold the eternal. Then they will need no proofs. Is one to
    • that the spirit is eternal to someone whose eyes have been opened so
    • insight, then we partake of the eternal in them. But the physical
    • senses do not convey to us the eternal in its true form. They deceive
    • eternal. As the philosopher turns away from the transitory material
    • world, and turns to truth, he approaches an eternal element, dwelling
    • these thoughts bear the stamp of eternal truth upon them. What
    • mathematics teaches will be eternally true, even if the whole universe
    • such eternal truths out of itself. The soul therefore is related to
    • truth, to the eternal, and not to the transitory, the seemingly real.
    • paths along which Socrates guides his friends to the eternal. All
    • eternal. The dying Socrates does not prove immortality: he simply
    • eternal in the human personality. The listeners absorb his thoughts;
    • manner in which myths that have been handed down, express eternal
    • containing something dead, but something eternal, for which death only
    • experiencing the eternal within his personality. “One who runs away
    • the Eternal Word (Logos), is the Son of the Eternal Creator of the
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 5: Mystery Wisdom and Myth
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    • the eternal in the soul, where, therefore, the ideas supported by
    • there Plato makes use of the myth. The Phaedrus speaks of the eternal
    • path of the eternal soul through various stages. Similarly, in other
    • nature, to the other, the eternal and divine.
    • the nether world; through initiation they wished to save the eternal
    • involves the overcoming of terrible powers. So it is with the eternal
    • eternal element, the Recce, he is not yet safe. He must sacrifice a
    • hope that out of the transitory, one day the eternal may be born.
    • awakening of the eternal in the soul. That Odysseus achieved this
    • upper world. The eternity of the soul and its eternal transformation
    • worshiped the divine creatrix of the eternal in man, so in Dionysus
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 6: Egyptian Mystery Wisdom
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    • epitomizes what the ancient Egyptians thought about the eternal in man
    • eternal and the genesis of the world are contained in this literary
    • earth, preserved within the earthly element, then the eternal part of
    • man sets out upon the path to the primordial eternal. It is called to
    • dead. The fate of the eternal in man depends upon the verdict of these
    • reconciled with eternal righteousness, invisible powers approach it,
    • passing from night to day.” Thus within the eternal cosmic order the
    • eternal part of man is addressed as an Osiris. After the title Osiris,
    • who is uniting himself with the eternal cosmic order also calls
    • eternal cosmic order is none other than a perfect man. Between human
    • already reached the gate of the eternal cosmic order as an Osiris can
    • awaken the eternal within him. Osiris had been torn to pieces, killed
    • nature is destined to give birth to the eternal. Therefore man may
    • nature, the eternal soul (Horus), which can progress to
    • who already have become part of the circle of the eternal cosmic
    • permeated by the Logos. I now belong to those who live eternally, and
    • Osiris, united with the eternal cosmic order, and judgment over death
    • entered the eternal cosmic order. In Luke 11:2–28 is written: “And it
    • It can be only as it must be. Such a career appears as an eternal law
    • eternal character. Thus the Christmas antiphon is able to speak of the
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 8: The Miracle of the Raising of Lazarus
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    • states that he is speaking of something eternal, which existed at the
    • “Word that became flesh.” He is the eternal that existed in the
    • beginning. If he is really the resurrection, then the “eternal,
    • the resurrection of the eternal “Word.” And this “Word” is the life to
    • “glory of God,” that is, to the revelation of God. If the “eternal
    • life of which the “eternal Word” proclaims: “I am this life.” What,
    • partook of the life which is eternal. — We need only express his
    • of the word stands before us. Into Lazarus the “eternal Word” has
    • gain a conviction of the reality of the eternal. But with these words
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 9: The Apocalypse of John
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    • pointed out the path to the Eternal. With unwearied, patient endurance
    • Christ is the divine Word, the eternal wisdom which will be born in
    • seven. The mystical wisdom of Plato designates as seals the eternal
    • Christianity is an eternal world. The people seem to be permeated by
    • those who prepared for the eternal before Christianity existed, and
    • it make the eternal part happy: “but it will be sweet in your mouth
    • processes which give them a guarantee of the eternal, but “Blessed are
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 11: The Essence of Christianity
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    • THE FACT that the Divine, the Word, the eternal Logos was no longer
    • had always been found as divine and eternal in the human personality
    • had been taken from it. And all this eternal could be seen in Jesus.
    • It is not the eternal part in the soul that conquers death and is
    • entirely new significance was given to personality. The eternal,
    • to the personality itself. The belief in the soul's eternal
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 12: Christianity and Pagan Wisdom
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    • man shapes such forms within himself. These forms are the eternal
    • of joy to the eternal gods, He too rejoiced.”
    • into the promised land of the soul, we reach the eternal. With Philo
  • Title: CaMF: Chapter 13: Augustine and the Church
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    • The cognition of the eternal which the ancient Mysteries withheld from

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