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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • mental and spiritual processes. One may take whatever attitude one
    • mutation. With this, what was regarded as a firm article of faith by
    • trained with impunity amidst purely materialistic ideas. What they
    • implying intellectual confusion and vagueness. What concepts of the
    • death, that is, of what is to come after, is widespread today. How
  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • small part of what humanity experienced in prehistory. Historical
    • documents shed light on but a few millennia. What archaeology,
    • what uncertain ground he stands in these matters. Everything
    • addition, time destroys what has originated in time. On the other
    • hand, external history is dependent on what has been preserved in
    • concerned. Then he can see in events what is not perceptible
    • history, but appear in full life. In a certain sense, what has
    • greater here than in the external world of the senses. What various
    • give information which will supplement what is said by Scott-Elliott.
    • behind us, and which lasted for many millennia. What is described
    • of what today is Asia, Africa, Europe, and America. What took place
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • differed from what can be observed today. If we go back to the first
    • different from what it became later. It was not calculated to furnish
    • present-day progress. One did what one had always “seen”
    • What has been said here was not true of the
    • Atlanteans could control what one calls the life force. As
    • their very nature, science and logical thinking can never decide what
    • is possible or impossible. Their only function is to explain what has
    • himself when he needed them for what he was doing. In order to have
    • built of trees with artfully intertwined branches. What the work of
    • What the Atlantean built up on the basis of nature he considered to
    • natural to consider as his private property what his ingenuity, his
    • what he is accustomed to see today. Not only men, but also the
    • One must imagine that while a Lemurian could form ideas of what he
    • forgot what he had represented to himself. Nevertheless, that he
    • know. For example, the attachment to what has been experienced in the
    • of language. As long as man did not preserve what was past, a
    • communication of what had been experienced could not take place
    • possible for the faculty of naming what had been seen and heard to
    • them wanted recognition for what he had done in earlier days, he had
    • had to recall the old works to memory by means of new ones. What had
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  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • What has previously been said about the fourth
    • of the gods. For what these leaders knew and could do would not have
    • What took place in the temples of the mysteries
    • the people could grasp with their senses only what happened directly
    • upon earth, not what was revealed from higher worlds for the welfare
    • through what the majority of men still had to experience. They
    • orders as to what they were or were not to do. Human beings had been
    • instructed in the sciences which dealt with what they could perceive
    • way. He taught them that invisible powers directed what confronted
    • initiates, and through the latter was communicated what was and was
    • One can only understand completely what happened
    • immediately connected with what the above-mentioned Manu had
    • fields. The old remaining characteristics blended with what the
    • wisdom into earthly conditions. What they gave to mankind was a
    • could grasp what the divine decrees were. Now — at the
    • would consider their leaders to be divine messengers. For what the
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • approximately from Ceylon to Madagascar. What is today southern Asia
    • so remote from the present is not easy, the translation of what has
    • what they could utter were natural sounds which expressed their
    • mankind. They were left to perish under these exertions. What the
    • institutions differed in every respect from what temples were later,
    • extent. For all others what went on in these institutions was the
    • will. He himself could thereby execute what nature accomplishes. What
    • can produce through instinct. They even stood far above what mankind
    • differed greatly from what is customary today.
    • Atlantean times, the water much thinner. And what forms the firm
    • forms were different from what they are today. What now exists only
    • as animal. What has been described here was true only of a small part
    • significance of the above-mentioned temple localities. What was
    • and art.” Man felt that what was given to him there was a
    • communication an association with the gods. What later developed as
    • past useful for the future. What had proved helpful yesterday she
    • voices,” or what plants, animals, stones, wind and clouds, the
    • could interpret what the world contained.
    • absorbed in the soul the power of what was heard. The whole process
    • what they hear.
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  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • completely from the habitual conceptions taken from what man sees
    • The times into which we now look back lie somewhat
    • natures in itself. Its male element is related to what is
    • called will, its female element to what is called
    • detour mentioned above. They differed from what one calls
    • externally — in what took place in it as a dreamlike life
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • of what later matured inside the mother organism was at that time
    • somewhat later.
    • He was influenced in a somewhat lesser degree by
    • mirrored in images which were very unlike what existed in the
    • cognition was what one may call intuitive knowledge in the fullest
    • receiving anything more than a reflection of what they had already
    • mental life those who stood somewhat higher could advance only if
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • go back to the periods which precede what was described in the last
    • than that connected with what has been described in the preceding
    • discussed in what follows. And all this belongs to periods which are
    • that he should be believed blindly. He merely wishes to report what
    • ancestors of man. What is today called “man” carries the
    • desired, could be wished for. What in theosophical
    • Up to now, what was caused by the development of
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • disappeared, only to arise again in its present condition. What for
    • what a variety of living beings there already were at that stage of
    • forces are composed of a part of what hitherto had existed on earth
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • what man became later, however, one must imagine him at this stage as
    • only over what took place “within them.” At that time,
    • One should now imagine this process to be somewhat
    • further advanced; or rather, one should represent to oneself what is
    • written in the Akasha Chronicle concerning a somewhat later point in
    • influence of the higher entities. What these entities previously
    • creation in the fire mist, at what stage had they stopped? To what
    • somewhat lesser work than the moon gods up to this time, nevertheless
  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • incarnations of the earth in primeval times. What in this connection
    • hairs will one want to find out what was “at the very
    • consideration could make clear what is in question here. But such
    • can predict what must happen when these three elements come
    • foresees what is accomplished by the freedom of man. The following
    • lower; it is higher or lower only in relation to something else. What
    • However, what must be understood through
    • What can be said prophetically in this way about
    • described as an expression of true wisdom. What happens here is just
    • order to describe the situation, one can express oneself somewhat as
    • definite relation with one another. What has been discussed in
    • between the individual ants today. What in time will occur physically
    • what one usually calls the folk- or racial spirit, without
    • hoped that what has been given will be sufficient to introduce the
    • exists in other worlds than his own. What happens in his world is
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • sleep man does not perceive what is taking place around him. Why one
    • of this dullness, since even the dullness of sleep is somewhat
    • to the latter with respect to the extent of what it can perceive. In
    • is immediate sensation, an experiencing of what takes place on other
    • the heavenly body of man what in mystery science is called the
    • “Sun consciousness” of man appears. This is somewhat
    • of the true clairvoyant, the case here is similar to what has been
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • somewhat earlier time — there developed in man the capacity to
    • indicating what will emerge from these germinal states.
    • prepared in the spiritual and mental ones of today. For example, what
    • different forces and powers; he himself will receive what to him will
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • From the above it also becomes apparent in what
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • and cast off what one today designates as moon. In the third cycle
    • his forms he already somewhat resembles present-day man. But, the
    • previous form somewhat. If it were to remain as it was on Saturn, it
    • first Saturn cycle. What can be observed during the first Sun cycle
    • apparent what kind of a transformation this power of warmth went
    • in this time, the Sons of Twilight take over what must now be done on
    • somewhat altered form.
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • for what is taking place in the interior of the dreaming person.
    • of what took place on Saturn and on the Sun. But this repetition must
    • processes have the character of what at present in animals and man is
    • predisposition to what is called “spirit self”
    • Buddhi, the “life-spirit,” it is what later forms
    • themselves as inactive mirrorings of the outside world. But what the
    • become somewhat coarser and denser. During the third Moon era a part
    • from what it was before. Its substance is no longer luminous through
    • fourth cycle (round) the Moon is an independent planet, and what has
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • activity of the spirits we have mentioned was confined only to what
    • must be borne in mind that what today is separated from the earth as
    • earth to the beginning of its physical condition. In what follows, we
    • previous development will then pass over into what has already been
    • stage. What later appears as sun, moon, and earth is still united in
    • only repeat what is necessary for a further deepening of the
    • literature somewhat inexactly calls these entities the first
    • with what today one designates as “race.” One must be
    • above (the Lemurian). Only then is formed what today one calls
    • by what has been described here, but that the misunderstanding has
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • what attacks this astral body perpetrates against the wise
    • the longest. What man today carries as his physical body has lived
    • had only the last-named. What one knows today as animals, plants, and
    • continue during the Sun period what they had previously not
    • such an early origin, rudiments which formed on Saturn in somewhat
    • inwardness. Within his astral body he can form images of what
    • images of the Moon consciousness corresponded completely to whatever
    • only made possible by the fact that what had previously been
    • some time. What had last split off from the Sun was a heavenly body
    • forth, the physical body is the expression and the effect of what
    • a certain respect. What now lies in them in a germinal state will
    • different from what contemporary physiology, which in this respect is
    • inner soul impulses of man. It already shows what significance it
    • expression of what takes place in the life of the soul. However, the
    • heart will carry what takes place in the human soul into the external
    • world what he experiences within himself.
    • waves. This wave motion of the air is a rendering of what takes place
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • of what the soul has acquired through experience is again to be lost
    • very weak conception of what the memory of an Atlantean could
    • genius is manifested what has as its basis something else, something
    • What is the relation of the science of the
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • what has been said in the essays on the Lebensfragen der
    • he feels obliged to draw from what he has encountered as the facts of
    • continues to bestow on human progress. What an overwhelming effect is
    • future, will bring it into full harmony with what spiritual research
    • through what they state than through the direction into which
    • nothing to us.” But what has that which “one” finds
    • them, Nothing of what you produce in the way of such facts from
    • what you advance. It does not enter my mind to fight you when you
    • What you advance beyond the facts you have observed is, without your
    • assumes the form of an encompassing account of the universe, what do
    • shall have to learn to do without much of what many are still
    • nobody can ignore? . . . What is to happen, my dear friend? I shall
    • friend, and your contemporaries, what do you intend to do?”
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • the modern world. In somewhat enlarged form, this thesis appeared
    • comprehend what he has to say. While men and women eminent in
    • A full evaluation of what Rudolf Steiner
    • subdue to a dry mathematical style what has come out of warm and
  • Title: Book: Preface: Preface by the Editor of the German Edition (1939)
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    • This explains the occasional repetition of what has been said
    • What is here presented in form of a brief survey,



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