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  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • everything built on external evidence is unreliable. One need only
    • belonging to the external world of the senses is subject to time. In
    • hand, external history is dependent on what has been preserved in
    • remains content with external evidence.
    • limited to external evidence where knowledge of the past is
    • by external history; and — on the basis of direct spiritual
    • greater here than in the external world of the senses. What various
    • has been so complete that the conformity existing among external
    • While he describes more the outer, the external events among our
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • to the external appearance but also to spiritual faculties. Their
    • himself, and this speech-word belonged to the objects of the external
    • respect to the control of external natural forces. With this
  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • external point of view, the human initiates of later times are men
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • designate external objects.
    • in question lasted only as long as there was a corresponding external
    • cause. Thus they had a real basis in external things. They did not
    • of mankind, The rest lived their life in animalism. In their external
    • element exercised was directed more toward the external action of the
    • before, men had still been quite diverse as regards their external
    • form. At that time the external influence of region and climate were
    • soul life. Moreover, this colony had an advanced externally more
    • external bodily structure.
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • development of external terrestrial nature forces the one or the
    • by external terrestrial nature. As long as the soul could still
    • The external formation of earth resulted in that
    • determined by the external terrestrial forces, so that it was no
    • not an external process, but was something which took, place inside
    • force which is still active needs an external complementation through
    • as in woman. It cannot use this portion in the physical external
    • body. But now the energy of the soul, which finds no external
    • male and the female body each represent an imperfect external
    • Later it can form its body only in such a way that for the external
    • the capacity to act together with the spirit. For the external, man
    • are different in their external form; internally their spiritual
    • retired from the external world where it existed in the pre-Lemurian
    • produced. The external conditions did not yet exist for this. But
    • externally — in what took place in it as a dreamlike life
    • — but not toward cognition of the external world, nor toward
    • outside. Therefore that force is also available to them externally
    • impulse toward the external in love, because love acting toward the
    • external was part of their own nature. Because of this, a gulf opened
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • will power. In order to bring about such an external maturation the
    • influences of external conditions in certain seasons. With respect to
    • institutions in accordance with such external conditions, for
    • lived images of external objects, not conceptions of them. For
    • nothing to do with any external object. It originated in an inner
    • external world. Joy and sorrow were associated with the images of the
    • men which reflect their perceptions of the external world. It is true
    • external world, but were likenesses of the spiritual powers of the
    • rather as the actions of spiritual beings. External reality did not
    • yet exist, for there were no external senses. But spiritual reality
    • beings received no impressions of joy and pain through the external
    • entities, external impressions were nothing but confirmations of
    • conceptions of external objects. This happened when a portion of the
    • the capacity to transform external sensory impressions into
    • toward the sensuous external world. He was not permitted to open the
    • the images of his soul were directed toward the sensuous, external
    • been under the spell of his external environment and of the powers of
    • spirit. With this development his external body had reached the point
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • The beings of this world did not lead an external, (physical) bodily
    • as the souls were not connected with anything material, no external
    • totally new was added to this. External material processes exercised
    • of its densification, external matter is no longer such that the soul
    • immediate influences of external matter. Only the body outside of
    • external temperature had reached a point where further progress of
    • the passions, and so forth. No external physical object could have
    • had such an effect. Now only did it become possible for such external
    • disturbance of this inner life as something disagreeable. An external
    • had no immediate relation to external objects arose and vanished. Man
    • more and more to apply to external bodily existence that which it had
    • more the soul became the mirror of the external world. The outside
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • immediate influence of the external sun.
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • reality in a completely external way. For the fire cloud
    • coarse, external matter did not obey them. Now they were striving
    • external; they had already incorporated the understanding into
    • impregnate himself and produce beings like himself without external
    • understood in a purely external fashion and distorted into a
    • understanding capable of acting externally. This understanding
    • could act externally on the things of earth. In earlier times, the
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • in which life is externally furthered, Manvantara, the
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • soul, but on an external, spatially circumscribed object; sound is no
    • diverse sensory qualities in external objects. Apart from the senses
    • and sounding objects of the external world. Man therefore speaks of
    • the spatial character of the objective external world will not
    • because the consciousness has to depend on an external world with
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • will ascend to still higher levels of consciousness. As the external
    • external objects, as does man during his earthly development. In
    • lost by an externalized religious teaching. The one who really
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • onward in order to perceive external objects and events on the Moon.
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • they were related to externally. Assume for instance that a Moon man
    • instrument corresponded to the external Moon events in the manner
    • external objects, and which man at present possesses from the
    • the senses to the external is the achievement of the earth
    • heart will carry what takes place in the human soul into the external
    • his thoughts into air waves. He thereby impresses upon the external
    • within him. In the future he will in this way give external form to
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • who do not limit themselves to an external noting of it, but who
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • possible for the external senses to experience the ordinary world of
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • effort has been made to preserve as much as possible such external



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