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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • is in preparation. Today when a scientist talks about the so-called
    • enigmas of existence, it sounds quite different than it did a short
    • Around the middle of the nineteenth century some
    • did not make spiritual activity and the life of the soul proceed from
    • sort of gospel among wide circles of the educated. One may well say
    • victorious course through the educated world so auspiciously that for
    • itself to be too narrow. Philosophical materialism has finished
    • the adherents of a spiritual world conception. Those also who had not
    • creed from his theological and philosophical ideas. Decades before he
    • seemed to be equipped with the full theological and philosophical
    • scientific philosophers, all adherence to spiritual-soul origin of
    • the misery of mankind. The fantastic consolations which a credulous
    • need something which contradicts my reason? The fear of death, which
    • torments so many of the pious, is completely unknown to me. I know
    • also think in this manner today.
    • doing this it contributes absolutely nothing to an explanation of
    • as far as the life of the soul is concerned. It admitted its
    • recourse to other sources of knowledge, but on the other hand it did
    • impossibility of the attempt to build up a science of the soul on the
    • certain “abnormal” phenomena of the life of the soul like
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  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • consider how the picture of an event or people, not so very remote
    • thing as given by different historians, and he will soon realize on
    • origin in the eternal. But the eternal is not accessible to sensory
    • are open for man. He can develop forces dormant in him so that he can
    • development is referred to. These present essays will also show that
    • gnosis and in theosophy it is called the “Akasha
    • not something worse.
    • perception — they can also describe much more dependably the
    • infallible. This perception also can err, can see in an inexact,
    • communications emanating from such spiritual sources do not always
    • has been so complete that the conformity existing among external
    • described which took place when the so-called Atlantean
    • Atlantean ancestors, the aim here is to record some details
    • the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, but also in the neighboring regions
    • about the sources of the information given here. One who knows
    • anything at all about such sources will understand why this has to be
    • so. But events can occur which will make a breaking of this silence
    • possible very soon. How much of the knowledge hidden within the
    • theosophical movement may gradually be communicated, depends entirely
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • to the external appearance but also to spiritual faculties. Their
    • different from ours. Logical reason, the power of arithmetical
    • A “multiplication table” was something totally unknown in
    • The man of today is superior to the Atlantean in logical reasoning,
    • in images. When an image appeared in his soul he remembered a great
    • judgment accordingly. For this reason all teaching at that time was
    • the child with rules, to sharpen his reason. Instead, life was
    • presented to him in vivid images, so that later he could remember as
    • to do he could remember something similar which had been presented to
    • been impossible for someone to decide an important matter before
    • reaching a certain age. One had confidence only in a person who could
    • richness of their personal experience, but rather on the
    • personality ceases to have any importance. He is totally in the
    • developed memory they possessed something which gave a special
    • natural basis of man than reason, and in connection with it other
    • forces of nature. The Atlantean could do something else. He knew how
    • for use as foodstuffs but also in order to make the energies dormant
    • motion in our locomotives, so the Atlanteans had mechanisms in which
    • they — so to speak — burned plant seeds, and in which the
    • period was radically different from ours. It will also be understood
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  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • to maturity. In his thought, man decides upon something, and then
    • in prehistory, will also be able to rise to a conception of the
    • been attainable by human sense organs and by human reason. They were
    • their orders, their commandments, and also their instruction. It was
    • also describe them as higher spirits who assumed human bodies in
    • men had absolutely no capacities for understanding these principles.
    • Therefore their thoughts and also the laws which we have mentioned
    • subrace gradually prepared it so that in later times, after the
    • developed. This was accomplished by the leader through the isolation
    • to bring his followers to the point where, in their own soul, with
    • The isolated group thus faced an important
    • veneration of a god whom no sensory-visible image could resemble, and
    • lead to good if man also places himself at the service of the higher
    • thought, beginning with the fifth subrace of the Atlanteans, also
    • entailed something else. From a certain quarter men had come into
    • service of self-interest, of his personal needs*
    • so-called lifeless objects. He employed fire for this purpose.
    • conscious of their divine origin. So it was meant to be. Man was not
    • insight they had attained purely in a spirit of personal
    • this reason also, two characteristics run through the entire
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  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • third human root race, of which it is said in theosophical
    • books this continent was situated south of Asia, and extended
    • approximately from Ceylon to Madagascar. What is today southern Asia
    • and parts of Africa also belonged to it.
    • so remote from the present is not easy, the translation of what has
    • better understood when the whole Lemurian period and also the period
    • by the so-called Lemurian. During its development, events of
    • to men. Here, however, something will first be said of the character
    • what they could utter were natural sounds which expressed their
    • sensations, pleasure, joy, pain and so forth, but which did not
    • of lifeless objects in the same way. When he built something he did
    • female child was also hardened, everything else was directed toward
    • lose themselves in bottomless depths. It was, so to speak, nature's
    • own fantasy and dreaming which were put into the female soul.
    • opportunity to do so. The caves which they used were only altered and
    • extended insofar as necessary. Later they built such caves themselves
    • One must not imagine, however, that they did not also execute more
    • reason and imagination. If one were to use an expression for these
    • through which he sanctified his power. Persons who had such powers
    • and veneration were not called forth by laws or something similar,
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  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • The times into which we now look back lie somewhat
    • consisted of soft and malleable materials. The other forms of earth
    • also were still soft and malleable. As opposed to its later hardened
    • soul at that time embodied itself in matter, it could adapt this
    • matter to itself in a much greater degree than later. That the soul
    • rigid, the soul could force these substances to obey its own laws. It
    • denser the soul had to submit to the laws impressed upon this matter
    • by external terrestrial nature. As long as the soul could still
    • the soul is simultaneously male and female. It carries these two
    • the two-sexed, male-female soul inhabits a single-sexed, male or
    • determined by the external terrestrial forces, so that it was no
    • longer possible for the soul to pour its whole inner energy into this
    • body. The soul had to retain something of this energy within itself
    • before us which are soft, malleable and quite different from later
    • not an external process, but was something which took, place inside
    • the opposite force of another human being. The soul however must
    • have found no organs for exercising its functions. The soul had
    • body. But now the energy of the soul, which finds no external
    • employment, can become associated with the spiritual energy, and
    • through this association those organs are developed in the body which
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  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • soft malleable mass. The will had a much greater power over this mass
    • process had something which can be compared with the emergence from
    • which also was supplied from the outside. But one must by no means
    • to a certain space. He could, so to speak, contract, (concentrate)
    • somewhat later.
    • human being however also possessed the opposite sexual
    • characteristics, so that self-impregnation was possible. But the
    • influences of external conditions in certain seasons. With respect to
    • With this we already indicate the soul life of man of that time.
    • This soul life cannot be described as a true inner
    • life. Physical and soul activities and qualities were not yet
    • the soul. Each single disturbance in the environment acted powerfully
    • him. This activity reverberated in his soul. His own activity was an
    • echo of these impressions. He transformed the perceptions of sound
    • He was influenced in a somewhat lesser degree by
    • the influences which act upon the touch. But they also played an
    • The remainder of the soul life took its course in
    • a manner quite different from that of later periods. In the soul
    • certain colored image arose in his soul. But this colored image had
    • soul. One can compare this only with the flowing dream impressions of
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  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • taking these things seriously someone can be who has been trained
    • substances which later became solid were previously in a fluid, still
    • will be indicated here. This was a so-called astral or soul world.
    • desires. But all this was enclosed in a soul body. Only to the
    • The soul or astral ancestors of man were
    • transported to the refined or etheric earth. So to speak, they sucked
    • dominated by the soul.
    • Each new form was as much endowed with soul as the
    • number of human souls which entered upon the earthly scene, but
    • rather a kind of soul tree which could produce innumerable single
    • souls from its common root. As a plant sprouts ever anew from
    • innumerable seeds, so the soul life appeared in the countless shoots
    • of souls, of which fact we shall speak later. But within these kinds
    • kind of soul put forth innumerable off-shoots.
    • important change had taken place within the souls themselves. As long
    • as the souls were not connected with anything material, no external
    • of the nature of soul, was a clairvoyant one. They thus shared in the
    • life of everything pertaining to soul in their environment —
    • astral (soul-like) forms, were felt as inner soul experiences.
    • With the entering upon the earth, something
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  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • plant, animal, and human worlds. Minerals for instance also existed
    • One can conceive of such a transformation to some
    • stage. Imagine a plant with root, stalk, leaves, blossom, and fruit.
    • passed away, as in the plant, root, stalk, and so forth, pass away.
    • densely material one, like that of a plant. It was rather of a soul
    • souls. Everything in preceding conditions which was already present
    • earth he is a soul, an astral entity. As such he appears on earth.
    • Actually the astral body or the soul of man is for the most part
    • astral human souls create organs in their ether likenesses and
    • theosophical books this first humanity is called the first (the
    • two. A denser substantiality is secreted, so to speak, and
    • so-called material conditions. We now are dealing with three
    • development of the higher at the expense of something else, which is
    • also the cells which later make up the more complicated living
    • ether also divides itself into two conditions of matter; one of them
    • descendants of the old groups also continue to exist, one can judge
    • so to speak, were withdrawn from the earth. A radical change thereby
    • Something similar happened with human bodies. From
    • then onward, their light ether also had to act together with the
    • had developed under this irradiation. Now they also came under the
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  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • “man” is internally alive and organized. In comparison to
    • in a state of soul slumber, and as only very dimly conscious.
    • Everything which can be called intelligence, understanding, reason is
    • organs. For the rest, something has already been said about the soul
    • beings also could take on a body in it and could enter into a fully
    • within this fire mist by means of their reason and their intelligent
    • association of the fire mist body with that of these higher
    • in more refined matter, so that later it could act toward the
    • enable him to think, and thus to develop a personality. On the other
    • manner that they can employ them impersonally to create the
    • personal understanding develop in man; through the same forces,
    • One should now imagine this process to be somewhat
    • written in the Akasha Chronicle concerning a somewhat later point in
    • longer exercise their influence on those soul activities of man which
    • The other half of this form is turned upward, so to speak. The
    • inhere in it, so to speak. The higher beings we have described have
    • man. One could also say that those noble spiritual forces which
    • truths if one were to see something base in the forces of
    • compels them to serve his passions and instincts, is there something
    • half, man has developed something upon which the higher beings we
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  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • Some Necessary Points of View
    • One will sometimes say that man inhabited other
    • certain boundary line and cannot look beyond the horizon, so the
    • “origin of evil” is resolved, as well as much else which
    • But in order to be able to be enlightened, he must first absorb the
    • into “how little one knows.” He also acquires a feeling
    • little as oxygen, hydrogen, and sulphur will combine at some future
    • time in a manner contrary to laws of nature, so little will anything
    • The use of precisely this comparison for the
    • definite law, just so is it equally certain that the establishing of
    • judgments, deductions, combinations, and so forth. Prophecy
    • which is based on mere reflecting, combining, speculating, and so
    • be quite clear that all speculating, intellectual philosophizing, and
    • so forth is a hindrance to true seeing. These activities still belong
    • lower; it is higher or lower only in relation to something else. What
    • person may be ever so “ingenious” in the usual sense of
    • the word, but this “ingenuity” will avail him absolutely
    • must even renounce it, and abandon himself solely to the higher
    • origin in something conscious. The bricklayer who works on a house
    • house is to be built, the style in which it is to be erected, and so
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  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • childhood and so on to the age of the mature adult, so too must
    • appear in the course of the description, insofar as is possible in
    • of development, so has the earth, before becoming that which one now
    • and so forth, where one condition goes over into another more or less
    • state of affairs, contemporary theosophy calls a stage of development
    • designations are also in common use. Saturn, Sun, Moon, earth, and so
    • encountered in many theosophical circles. Just as little as man
    • ceases to live during his sleep, so little does his life and that of
    • the help of his understanding and of his reason. He then acts in the
    • of this dullness, since even the dullness of sleep is somewhat
    • clearer than this consciousness. In abnormal, so-called deep states
    • also form a correct conception of it. But by no means does he himself
    • transported back into it, so that he perceives in the same way in
    • While this Saturn consciousness is by some degrees
    • its own heavenly body down to the last detail, but it can also
    • connected with Saturn. It can also exercise a certain influence on
    • fairly so, if one says that an inhabitant of Saturn experienced
    • something similar in his own body.)
    • called “small cycles.” In theosophical literature it has
    • individual “repetitions” will also become apparent. Now
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  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • and Moon stages in three smaller cycles (the so-called
    • “rounds” of theosophical literature). Man now lives in
    • perceives in a dreamlike manner the images which arise in his soul
    • him “outside in space.” On the Moon and also during the
    • image in his soul when a particular object came near him. All of
    • consciousness consisted of such images, tones, and so forth, which
    • flowed and ebbed in the soul. Only with the appearance of the fourth
    • soul, but on an external, spatially circumscribed object; sound is no
    • longer merely an inner reverberating of the soul, but the resounding
    • of an object in space. In mystery science therefore, one also calls
    • diverse sensory qualities in external objects. Apart from the senses
    • The colored world, the sounding world, and so
    • consciousness. The latter consists solely of the images we have
    • somewhat earlier time — there developed in man the capacity to
    • change after its present form. It is not absurd to say something
    • clairvoyant — for certain reasons which are to be given
    • around the human physical body as a so-called “aura,”
    • consciousness are shadowy and pale in comparison with the colorful
    • and sounding objects of the external world. Man therefore speaks of
    • conceptions as of something which is “not real.” A
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • life between birth and death, through infancy, childhood, and so on,
    • to old age. One can extend this comparison further. As among
    • one another, but also exist side by side, so it is with the
    • beings with the dull Saturn consciousness, but also along with these
    • eye looks into misty gray distances, so the inner eye of the seer
    • a remote resemblance to the will of man, they are also called
    • (In the language of theosophy, this is the “first
    • Saturn they advance their own development to some extent, and at the
    • (Dynamis). (In theosophical literature, the expression
    • beings, the so-called “Spirits of Form,” begins. They
    • Christian esoteric teaching names them “Powers”
    • Darkness.” which are also called “Spirits of
    • Personality” or of “Self-hood” (Egoism). At this
    • souls” in a way similar to that in which the human soul
    • inhabits its body today. They implant a kind of sensory organs in the
    • body, which are the germs of the sensory organs which later develop
    • “sensory germs” are still substantially different from
    • the present sensory instruments of man. Earth man could not perceive
    • through such “sensory germs.” For him, the images of the
    • sensory instruments must first pass through a more refined ether
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  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • were, a memory of the time of the Sun development. One can also
    • which it gave force. These beings — and also man at his level
    • Moon. This is not the present moon, but the predecessor of our
    • little later it cast off the present moon, so there now exist three
    • his forms he already somewhat resembles present-day man. But, the
    • turned upward like the blossom of the plant. This plant-man organism
    • previous form somewhat. If it were to remain as it was on Saturn, it
    • also gradually receives a more and more perfect form.
    • Lives” or “Flames” (in Christian esoteric science,
    • (Dominions or Kyriotetes in Christian esoteric doctrine). They
    • theosophical literature). Thereby that period of the Saturn cycle is
    • Christianity, Archai, in theosophy, Asuras), then the
    • Sons of Fire” (Archangels), and finally the
    • solstice).
    • Saturn round). In theosophical literature one has become accustomed
    • to calling these seven smaller cycles, which make up a so-called
    • they acquire the capacity to transform the sensory germs developed
    • Darkness” (in Christianity, Archai, in theosophy,
    • At the same time the “Sons of Fire”
    • “Spirits of Personality” made use of the physical body
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  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • consciousness is now compared with one with which it has some
    • so-called image consciousness on the Moon. The similarity consists in
    • for what is taking place in the interior of the dreaming person.
    • An example of the third kind is that it seems to someone that he is
    • must realize that while the image-like character is also present
    • arises in his soul; when something harmful or displeasing comes near
    • third smaller Moon cycle — the so-called third Moon round. The
    • middle of the fourth Moon cycle onward, the Spirits of Personality
    • order for the physical and the ether body to be so far advanced that
    • those of Form, in the third by those of Personality, in the fourth by
    • the middle of the fourth Moon cycle onward, so that at the same time
    • that the Spirits of Personality are engaged on the astral body the
    • Personality, and in the fifth by those of Fire. To be exact, this
    • of the Spirits of Personality on the astral body, that is, from the
    • physical body in which the Sons of Twilight perform their labor, of
    • finally of an astral body in which the Spirits of Personality perform
    • to the level of humanity, as did the Spirits of Personality in
    • imagine that the “sensory germs” of the physical body,
    • Only on the earth will man be so far advanced that, from the middle
    • (Buddhi) with wisdom, so now the Seraphim accomplish
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • the components were successively formed which make up the so-called
    • ether body and the astral body. It has also been described how, with
    • so that they can become carriers and instruments of the one formed
    • later. An advance of human consciousness is also associated with this
    • Sun. Simultaneously, the physical body was so transformed in the
    • body he is a being with emotions, rage, hate, love and so forth.
    • At the same time, something else was taking place
    • Thereby everything becomes mixed together, so to speak, in a
    • something else is already in preparation. The minerals harden, the
    • independence, so that it can exercise a kind of mastery over the
    • astral body. Now the Spirits of Personality seize upon this higher
    • mentioned, and therewith also selfishness. Only in the lower human
    • already form the human physical body so that it becomes a kind of
    • precursor of the later human body of the fourth cycle (the present
    • Spirits of Form also have certain functions to perform in the
    • physical plant and animal bodies, and so forth.
    • whose higher astral bodies the Spirits of Personality have worked in
    • (spirit-man, life-spirit, spirit-self also exists in the
    • Rupa condition. Man advances in it insofar as his previously
    • Personality also separated certain entities out of themselves. These
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  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • must seek the origin of the sentient soul, of the intellectual soul,
    • and of the consciousness soul.
    • in the structure. One will soon convince himself of the truth of this
    • the dry intellect but with his whole feeling soul. One can take any
    • bridge or something similar together with such wisdom. Today such
    • The bone is constructed in this wise fashion so that, through the
    • the support of the human torso can be attained with the least amount
    • distaste, of the passions, impulses and desires and so forth. But
    • which man consumes are poisons for the heart. From this it can be
    • body. Something similar could be shown to be true for the ether body,
    • and also for the “I,” that being which, from moment to
    • planetary bodies have successively worked on this body, so that
    • so only during the earth period.
    • awakened, so to speak, to a new existence in their old form during
    • Saturn. This is not the case. Rather it is particularly the sensory
    • time. It is the first rudiments of eyes, ears and so forth which have
    • such an early origin, rudiments which formed on Saturn in somewhat
    • which sensory organs of a corresponding level of development are
    • glandular sensory body. One can see that the physical human body
    • Through the absorption of the astral body on the
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  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • of what the soul has acquired through experience is again to be lost
    • mankind of today absolutely nothing remains of the capacities of the
    • so highly developed in those periods?
    • It is a fact that of the capacities which the soul
    • among the Atlanteans. But each previously acquired power of the soul
    • constructions into something else.
    • The Atlanteans also had for example, the capacity
    • genius is manifested what has as its basis something else, something
    • incarnation. Our logic, knowledge of nature, technology and so forth,
    • an engineer could transform his combining faculty backward, something
    • plant and animal forms. In the imagination of Phidias lived something
    • spirit, of theosophy, to the so-called secret sciences?
    • cultivated in the so-called mystery schools. Only the one who
    • underwent certain tests could learn something of them. He was always
    • and moral faculties. This had to be so, for when properly used, the
    • the hands of the unprepared. Some of the elementary teachings of
    • The reason for this lies in the conditions prevailing in our time.
    • sooner or later it would of itself attain certain conceptions which
    • Therefore some of those who are initiated into secret knowledge have
    • of mankind if the souls of men have been deepened in the sense of the
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  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • truth to accept spiritual scientific (theosophical) insights. And
    • theosophischen Bewegung (Vital Questions of the (Theosophical
    • Movement) can be taken as an indication of the reasons which exist
    • produced when a personality who wants to see a view of the world
    • deceased, of a personal God, have nowhere been found by human
    • soon telegraph by wireless transmission from one end of the earth to
    • organ of the human soul, the brain, into the sphere of its
    • communications lives in him, even if he also senses their inner
    • run the risk of becoming an impractical person of no use in life. For
    • in an unprejudiced manner, there something quite different
    • ascertains in certain areas from its supersensible sources. From
    • From the Akasha Chronicle, it is rather the soul-spiritual
    • oral presentations also has often been described how the earth
    • one should now compare certain ideas toward which some natural
    • mass. They point out that at present also, clouded skies exceed the
    • unclouded, so that life is still to a large extent under the
    • are of a kind which also develop without direct sunlight. Thus, among
    • need direct sunlight and dry air, are not present. And also with
    • some time ago published an essay worthy of consideration which,
    • the liquefaction of the air, and so forth. This opinion
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  • Title: Book: Contents: Cosmic Memory
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    • xi. Some Necessary Points of View
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    • BORN IN AUSTRIA in 1861, Rudolf Steiner received recognition as a scholar when he was invited to edit the Kürschner edition of the natural scientific writings of Goethe. In 1891, Steiner received his Ph.D. at the University of Rostock. He then began his work as a lecturer. From the turn of the century to his death in 1925, he delivered well over 6000 lectures. His written works eventually included some fifty titles.
    • The philosophical outlook of Rudolf Steiner embraces such fundamental questions as the being of man, the nature and purpose of freedom, the meaning of evolution, the relation of man to nature, the life after death and before birth. Through a study of his writings, one can come to a dear, reasonable, comprehensive understanding of the human being and his place in the universe.
    • 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.
    • The success of Rudolf Steiner Education (sometimes referred to as Waldorf Education) has proven the correctness of Steiner's concept of the way to prepare the child for his eventual adult role in and his contribution to modern society. Today there are some seventy Rudolf Steiner Schools in existence in seventeen countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America, with a total of 30,000 children enrolled.
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • with them at the Goethe-Schiller Archives for some years. A further
    • achievements of the great philosopher against the background of his
    • the modern world. In somewhat enlarged form, this thesis appeared
    • Science), as the preface to Steiner's chief philosophical work,
    • Die Philosophie der Freiheit, 1894. Later he suggested The
    • Philosophy of Spiritual Activity as the title of the English
    • Finland in the north to Italy and Sicily in the South, and included
    • books and plays, along with comment on scientific and philosophical
    • The philosophical outlook of Rudolf Steiner
    • can come to a clear, reasonable, comprehensive understanding of the
    • not educational background alone, but the healthy, sound, judgment
    • cultural, social, political and scientific life have been and are
    • and philosophical point of view, and included them. However, it
    • problems of education and of social life. Some of the fundamental
    • arising from the need of the time and from some of the ideas
    • present time, the success of Rudolf Steiner Education sometimes
    • eventual adult role in his contribution to modern society, existence
    • Canada, Mexico, and South America.
    • building erected in consonance with his design and under his personal
    • would be performed, the Goetheanum also became the center of the
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    • study of the science of the spirit. However, some may find it
    • is also mentioned which has been taken from oriental esoterica. The
    • through the literature of the Theosophical Society. The exotic names
    • Oriental associates with them remained closed to the European. The
    • adaptation of our language, which is fitted for sensory perception,
    • picturing of even the extrasensory was something at which Dr. Steiner
    • finds its continuation in the books Theosophie and
    • problems of the present, precede and follow them. The sober logic of
    • supersensible worlds is also able to survey problems of the present
    • The periodical was also devoted to the answering
    • of questions posed by its readers. From this section we include some
    • himself intensively to the study of Anthroposophy.
    • the esoteric reflections on Okkultes Lesen und Okkultes



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