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  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • conditions under which they lived. Therefore the reader must go back
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • must bury the seed in the ground and leave the awakening to the
    • One must imagine that with the passage of time all
    • such greater density of air, must not occupy us here. Because of
    • it must be sufficiently clear that the civilization of the Atlantean
    • an accurate conception of the Atlanteans one must know that their
    • An Atlantean settlement — as must be evident
    • In each root race various stages must also be gone
    • into seven sub-races. But one must not imagine that one subrace
    • One must imagine that while a Lemurian could form ideas of what he
    • was instinctive. However, one must not imagine this to have
    • Each man felt that such misuse must cause him enormous harm. The good
    • descendants. However, one must realize that in those times men
    • must first develop his powers from below in order that the
    • selfish personal wishes. The origin of logical thinking must be
    • within himself as to what he must or must not do. But what thus was
    • must look for the origin of regulations of justice and law.
  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • above the human must reveal themselves in shapes which are not to be
    • One must realize that at the end of the Atlantean
    • these arts. A passage from the Akasha Chronicle must
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • deciphering of the Akasha Chronicle it must be emphasized that
    • One must not imagine, however, that they did not also execute more
    • time had the character of an instinctive activity. But here one must
    • A few more words must be said about the
    • had something much more personal than that of the men. One must
    • and refined. Of course one must represent all this to oneself as
    • One must represent to oneself that at that time
    • nobly formed race of men. One must say that through the things which
    • along. But here again it must be emphasized that this knowledge had
    • was preparing itself. But one must not imagine that this was the case
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • enormously distant periods of the past must however liberate himself
    • the opposite force of another human being. The soul however must
    • which he is now. But one must not suppose that no beings which
    • spirit without sensory mediation. He must make a detour through the
    • which we cannot produce at night, but which must come to us by itself
    • development. “Man” must pass through selfishness in order
    • this must be given later. At present we shall say only that the
    • where knowledge must be acquired through inner organs. These beings
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • an egg-form and the casting off of an eggshell, but here one must not
    • The body of man was warm-blooded. This must be
    • which also was supplied from the outside. But one must by no means
    • but was accomplished in a manner which one must call instinctive.
    • It must therefore be said that by half-superhuman
    • Therefore, one must consider these animals as beings which had to
    • Many savage tribes must be considered to be the degenerated
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • One must imagine the perceptual world of these
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • conditions. This earth germ however must not be imagined as a
    • substantiality, they must now act upon three. They act upon them in
    • must divide itself into two groups. One group works on the air-like
    • mankind of today as very peculiar. Their shape — one must keep
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • ONE MUST be quite clear about the fact that only
    • what man became later, however, one must imagine him at this stage as
    • One must not think however that the movements or
    • broader sense of the term. One must be quite clear on this point. It
    • coarser and denser substantiality. Man must live in this cooler
    • The word “apparently” must here be understood in its full
  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • prepared himself for earthly existence, as it were. One must
    • planets” one must only understand earlier developmental
    • man must desire to know.
    • But in order to be able to be enlightened, he must first absorb the
    • He then comes to realize that he must ask these questions in a
    • realize how one must very gradually make oneself ready and worthy for
    • together under certain definite conditions, sulphuric acid must be
    • can predict what must happen when these three elements come
    • However, one must be clear about one
    • the spirit must strictly avoid even representing anything to himself
    • forth. Here he must practice the most far-reaching renunciation and
    • However, what must be understood through
    • must even renounce it, and abandon himself solely to the higher
    • ideals must be rooted as deeply in the spiritual world as are natural
    • laws in the natural world. Laws of development must be such true
    • spiritual scientists. Everything unconscious must finally have its
    • higher and lower forms. But here too one must not
    • question, as was done in the case of man. No, here one must say that
    • must be sought directly in another world. The same conscious mind
    • colonies must be sought in a supersensible world. If with his
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • stages after his birth, as he must ascend from infancy through
    • childhood and so on to the age of the mature adult, so too must
    • must not imagine — as has already been suggested — that
    • above, one must completely liberate oneself from the significance
    • One must realize that the development of man and
    • One must be careful to say that they are “similar,” not
    • and a sleep filled with dreams. It must be explicitly stated that
    • understood, one must remain in the area of images and similes.) This
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • Thus those states of consciousness which all of mankind must attain
    • all of mankind will advance, this must be understood with one
    • his instigation, this being must use its own forces. Thus man is the
    • must again be repeated during four smaller cycles; and only during
    • planetary developments. At each stage, the consciousness must now
    • According to this calculation, one must distinguish seven times seven
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • One must realize, however, that these
    • sensory instruments must first pass through a more refined ether
    • selfhood. The degenerations of selfhood into selfishness must be
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • of plants exists today. As a matter of fact, in the plant one must
    • one must realize that in this second great cycle the Sun was still a
    • in this time, the Sons of Twilight take over what must now be done on
    • the physical conditions which must be assumed for this state. But
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • must realize that while the image-like character is also present
    • first two revolutions of the Moon must be seen merely as a repetition
    • of what took place on Saturn and on the Sun. But this repetition must
    • that is, in the middle of the fourth Moon cycle, they must first be
    • the same cycle on Saturn and the Fire Spirits on the Sun. One must
    • separateness. One must now represent to oneself how at that time the
    • connected with a certain cosmic process which must also be described
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • the appearance of a new body, the old ones must always be transformed
    • state there must first be repeated in their essentials the Saturn
    • One must not imagine, however, that the sphere of
    • perceptions must be imagined to be phantom-like.
    • One must therefore imagine the earth, when it
    • must be borne in mind that what today is separated from the earth as
    • names. These must after all always be incorrect in a certain sense.
    • For to facts of the spiritual world one must give names which have
    • further progress of the development, the one heavenly body must first
    • etheric bodies. But one must not imagine that they could have
    • fellow-creatures takes place. These creatures must now adapt
    • with what today one designates as “race.” One must be
    • It must be remembered however that these
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • must seek the origin of the sentient soul, of the intellectual soul,
    • One must now make clear to oneself which one of
    • moment, must struggle gropingly toward wisdom through error and
    • One must represent to oneself that the physical
    • that time, a second natural realm developed. One must realize that at
    • of its development was made in that time However, one must not think
    • results such as those given above must not be built on mere
    • inferences, on speculations such as conclusions by analogy, but must
    • This must necessarily be emphasized, for it happens only too easily
    • parts still bore a decided plant character. But one must not imagine
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • must withdraw, in its own form, become submerged beneath the
    • higher insights are the key to a power which must lead to misuse in
    • scientist of the spirit at the same time. But, however, one must be
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • Many statements of the scientist of the spirit must appear entirely
    • everything which is accomplished in practical life must be firmly
    • observation, and it must even be said that the spiritual researcher
    • Ichthyosaurus, indicate that a dim illumination must have prevailed
    • firm in his conviction that his opinion must be a generally binding
    • clearly — “‘One’ must not speak of anything
    • imagine nothing must be considered as delusion; and he who sins
    • Creation and science. Further, it must not be thought that spiritual
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • reader must cause warmth and feeling to awaken in himself. He cannot
  • Title: Book: Preface: Preface by the Editor of the German Edition (1939)
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    • which a reading of the Akasha Chronicle becomes possible, must devote



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