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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • manner in which the physicist explains that the movement of the hands
    • the origin of man in a completely natural way and began its
    • many it seemed to dispose of all “old belief.” A short
    • never find anything but moving atoms. No human being could see or
    • demanded by the advances of science.
    • Jesu (Life of Jesus) in a manner which caused a sensation. He
    • explanation of the phenomena of the universe, including man, had to
    • formation of existence. The descent of man from purely animal
    • mankind, with which one did not have to disturb oneself further.
    • fact that at his first appearance on earth man was distinguished only
    • the misery of mankind. The fantastic consolations which a credulous
    • of nature on mountain peaks or venerate the art of man in tones and
    • torments so many of the pious, is completely unknown to me. I know
    • Knowledge. An Instructive Course of Development Described in a Manner
    • Faithfully True to Life by Kuno Freidank.) Many people who are still
    • also think in this manner today.
    • the smallest material particles, and he demanded that it should be
    • consequently of man were concerned. For a while, the ideas of
    • leadership of Weismann which denied that characteristics which an
    • tormented intellect could see no way out. The sensible man looks for
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  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • BY MEANS OF ordinary history man can learn only a
    • small part of what humanity experienced in prehistory. Historical
    • are open for man. He can develop forces dormant in him so that he can
    • recognize the eternal. In the essays, Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse
    • at a certain high level of his cognitive power, man can penetrate to
    • the eternal origins of the things which vanish with time. A man
    • oblique, wrong manner. No man is free from error in this field, no
    • communications emanating from such spiritual sources do not always
    • behind us, and which lasted for many millennia. What is described
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • present-day man than he would imagine whose knowledge is confined
    • periods of Atlantean humanity we find a mental capacity quite
    • calculation he could manage because he remembered identical or
    • The man of today is superior to the Atlantean in logical reasoning,
    • deteriorated. Nowadays man thinks in concepts; the Atlantean thought
    • many similar images which he had already experienced. He directed his
    • him in the course of his education. He could manage best when the new
    • respect much has been spared modern man due to the fact that he is
    • character to everything they did. But with the nature of one human
    • natural basis of man than reason, and in connection with it other
    • natural beings than are contemporary human powers. Thus the
    • a kernel of seed-grain. In this an energy lies dormant. This energy
    • energy which reposes in the seed. Modern man cannot do it at will. He
    • just as modern man can change the heat energy of a pile of coal into
    • for use as foodstuffs but also in order to make the energies dormant
    • mechanisms for transforming the energy dormant in coal into energy of
    • that of a contemporary man. The Atlantean took into himself water
    • manner quite different from that possible in today's physical body.
    • physical powers in an entirely different way from a man of today. He
    • from those of present-day man.
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  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • the Aryan, to which contemporary civilized mankind belongs. Only he
    • man perceives around him is in process of development. In this sense,
    • to maturity. In his thought, man decides upon something, and then
    • kind, that influenced their will. Thus, in a manner of speaking,
    • of this development of the human being and learns to admit that man
    • — as earthly man — was a being of a quite different kind
    • root race, the Atlanteans, refers to the great bulk of mankind. But
    • wisdom these leaders possessed and the powers at their command were
    • been attainable by human sense organs and by human reason. They were
    • their orders, their commandments, and also their instruction. It was
    • by beings of this kind that mankind was instructed in the sciences,
    • the laws according to which mankind had to develop. This was true. In
    • human race was directed.
    • Only man can appear in human form; entities whose capacities tower
    • above the human must reveal themselves in shapes which are not to be
    • among their human brothers, the “divine messengers” could
    • belonged among their fellow humans only in a certain respect. They
    • could assume human form. But their spiritual-mental qualities were of
    • a superhuman kind. Thus they were divine-human hybrid beings. One can
    • also describe them as higher spirits who assumed human bodies in
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  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • very distant prehistoric period in the development of mankind, will
    • third human root race, of which it is said in theosophical
    • this manner he understood plants and animals in their inner
    • misinterpreted — a born magician in all fields of lower human
    • strongest manner. They had to learn to undergo dangers, to overcome
    • mankind. They were left to perish under these exertions. What the
    • surpasses everything contemporary man can picture to himself in his
    • nature a man-made form. Hills were remodeled in such a way that the
    • form afforded man joy and pleasure. Stones were put together for the
    • such that in man the forces of nature changed into forces of the
    • later mankind accomplished by reflection, by calculation, at that
    • of Lemurian humanity towered high above everything the animal world
    • can produce through instinct. They even stood far above what mankind
    • changed since that time. Nature itself and all human life were
    • different, therefore human labor and the relationship of man to man
    • mammals did not exist. On the other hand a great part of humanity was
    • of mankind, The rest lived their life in animalism. In their external
    • and art.” Man felt that what was given to him there was a
    • stage of the development of mankind, one could call it
    • dedication lay in the fact that man guarded the powers granted to him
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  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • MUCH AS THE HUMAN FORM in those ancient times
    • present-day man, one comes to conditions still more dissimilar if one
    • goes even further back in the history of mankind. For only in the
    • course of time did the forms of man and woman develop from an older,
    • basic form in which human beings were neither the one nor the other,
    • completely from the habitual conceptions taken from what man sees
    • designated as the Lemurian. At that time the human body still
    • condition, earth was still in a welling, more fluid one. As the human
    • following becomes apparent. In an ancient period, human forms appear
    • ones. They still carry the nature of man and woman within themselves
    • become denser; the human body appears in two forms, one of which
    • begins to resemble the subsequent shape of man, the other that of
    • woman. When this difference had not yet appeared, every human being
    • could produce another human being out of himself. Impregnation was
    • the human body itself. By becoming male or female, the body lost this
    • body in order to produce a new human being.
    • the opposite force of another human being. The soul however must
    • retain a portion of its earlier energy within itself, in man as well
    • as in woman. It cannot use this portion in the physical external
    • interior of man. It cannot emerge toward the exterior; therefore it
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  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • WE SHALL NOW DESCRIBE the state of man before his
    • than later. When man separated from his parent entity he appeared as
    • care of the parent being was necessary. Man brought certain organs
    • The body of man was warm-blooded. This must be
    • think that the egg-man — as he will be called for the sake of
    • By means of his powers man could confine fire, or respectively, heat,
    • The most highly developed organs of man at that
    • perception of light lagged far behind. Man came into the world with
    • slowly and gradually. Long before its actual occurrence, human beings
    • human being however also possessed the opposite sexual
    • many things and to a great extent, man was generally dependent on
    • but was accomplished in a manner which one must call instinctive.
    • With this we already indicate the soul life of man of that time.
    • water spoke an “eloquent language” to man. In this manner
    • a manner quite different from that of later periods. In the soul
    • instance, when man entered a warmer space from a colder one, a
    • man. At that time the images were not completely irregular, but
    • mankind, one should speak of an image consciousness rather than of a
    • consciousness. But these were not the only kind. Thus man wandered
    • something else. At that time man was much more active than later.
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  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • communicate these events concerning the development of mankind
    • understandable manner of presentation. Many a difficulty in reading
    • important human enigmas which are indicated. A true self-knowledge of
    • man is, after all, the result of these “Akasha Records,”
    • only the development of man is discussed. Parallel to it, of course,
    • spoken of which will make the discussion concerning man appear in a
    • until the gradual progress of man has been described.
    • earthly dwelling place. Man first entered upon the earth in this
    • existence. Neither did man. He had already developed the image
    • clairvoyant eye would such a man have been perceptible.
    • human beings of that time possessed clairvoyance, although it was
    • ancestors of man. What is today called “man” carries the
    • development of the ancestors of man up to that period which is to
    • The soul or astral ancestors of man were
    • number of human souls which entered upon the earthly scene, but
    • the development proceeded in the manner which we have described. Each
    • their like out of themselves. A new manner of reproduction arose. The
    • theosophical literature. Thus the bodily ancestor of man now appears
    • manner. This activity no longer has any power over the physical part
    • mankind is reached. The immediate influence of the soul has been
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  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • different forms. That which one now calls earth went through many
    • plant, animal, and human worlds. Minerals for instance also existed
    • below. Now we shall only call attention to the manner in which the
    • human rudiments at first. These are the rudiments of the later human
    • as a mineral; plant, or animal nature has been drawn into these human
    • rudiments and become fused with them. Before man enters upon the
    • The astral human beings combine with this ether.
    • become a likeness of the astral human entity. In this initial
    • Actually the astral body or the soul of man is for the most part
    • astral human souls create organs in their ether likenesses and
    • produce a human ether life in them. Within the whole earth there
    • theosophical books this first humanity is called the first (the
    • substances within the physical earth. While the astral human beings
    • present in the complete astral men. As a consequence, astral humanity
    • mankind of today as very peculiar. Their shape — one must keep
    • physical man progresses. The astral man, who has now ascended higher,
    • thus deals with a man who consists of the astral body and is working
    • physical likeness of man is endowed with the capacity to reproduce
    • likeness of man is in a position to attract certain substances from
    • realm of man. This constitutes a beginning of nutrition. Thus these
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  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • later did man assume the dense substantiality which he has today, and
    • man” is internally alive and organized. In comparison to
    • what man became later, however, one must imagine him at this stage as
    • level of their existence which we have characterized, human beings
    • reciprocal relationship with men. Man had brought his impulses,
    • into the upper regions. Their decisions and impulses emanated from
    • One can say that man was striving to ascend. He
    • was to develop qualities in the fire mist which in a human sense were
    • like that of man today. Like present-day man, they once had power
    • magically. Thus they were ahead of man in the period described. Man
    • order to articulate the understanding into the world around them. Man
    • Those forces especially, which man knows as the
    • mist. Man, as well as the higher beings, makes use of these forces at
    • human form described above that man can develop the organs which
    • manner that they can employ them impersonally to create the
    • personal understanding develop in man; through the same forces,
    • caused a great revolution. The objects which surround man lost a
    • coarser and denser substantiality. Man must live in this cooler
    • longer exercise their influence on those soul activities of man which
    • received power over the forms of man which they themselves had
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  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • WE SHALL NEXT consider the development of man and
    • “earthly period.” For when man began to unite his destiny
    • One will sometimes say that man inhabited other
    • planet than the previous physical incarnations of a human being
    • This “planetary development” of man
    • such questions. Everything man needs for the fulfillment of his
    • spiritual experience man can obtain full satisfaction concerning all
    • man must desire to know.
    • We by no means intend to imply that man can
    • different manner than heretofore.
    • certain insight. Pride and arrogance finally become names for human
    • supersensible cognition. But mankind cannot live without the latter.
    • be opened toward the past of man, others will be added upon the
    • cognition, if only to the extent to which this is necessary for man
    • investigates material laws. He does this in the manner and with the
    • development of mankind depends on these great spiritual laws. Just as
    • time in a manner contrary to laws of nature, so little will anything
    • prophetic prediction of the coming destinies of mankind is
    • idea of this conviction of occultism, the objection that any human
    • the conditions under which the law will act, can depend on the human
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  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • As INDIVIDUAL man has to pass through different
    • mankind as a whole go through a similar process. Humanity has
    • stags of this development of mankind which were passed through before
    • with the fourth stage in the great universal life of man. For now we
    • Man existed before there was an earth. But one
    • together with man. Just as man has passed through three main stages
    • Before the heavenly body on which the life of man
    • mankind take place Moon, before that Sun, and yet earlier, Saturn.
    • Venus, and Vulcan. Thus the heavenly body with which human destiny is
    • all the talents which man has within himself are developed, until he
    • One must realize that the development of man and
    • the passage of an individual human being through infancy, adolescence
    • subsequent forms of the heavenly body inhabited by man, there are
    • in which life is externally furthered, Manvantara, the
    • encountered in many theosophical circles. Just as little as man
    • sleep man does not perceive what is taking place around him. Why one
    • cycles by following for a moment the development of human
    • The consciousness which man develops during his
    • senses, man perceives the things and beings of the world and that he
    • ideas. Man formed this consciousness only in the fourth principal
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  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • THE FOURTH principal stage of human development is
    • lived on earth. This is that condition of consciousness in which man
    • “rounds” of theosophical literature). Man now lives in
    • middle of this cycle. At this stage of consciousness man no longer
    • perceives in a dreamlike manner the images which arise in his soul
    • forth, which earlier man had perceived within himself, confronts him
    • somewhat earlier time — there developed in man the capacity to
    • basis for memory and for self-consciousness. Only conceptualizing man
    • thinking man reaches the point where he differentiates himself from
    • still higher states of consciousness. Man will live through these
    • Thus those states of consciousness which all of mankind must attain
    • an image of the future stages of mankind. Moreover, the three
    • all of mankind will advance, this must be understood with one
    • the spiritual world today which in future will appear in man in a
    • physical way. But this future physical condition of man will be a
    • around the human physical body as a so-called “aura,”
    • than those of today will give the man of the future the capacity to
    • present-day human conceptions.
    • and sounding objects of the external world. Man therefore speaks of
    • potentiality of again becoming real and image-like. If man speaks of
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • development of humanity through the seven stages of consciousness
    • contemporary humanity, men of different ages do not only follow upon
    • development of the stages of consciousness, The aged man, the mature
    • man or the mature woman, the youth, travel through life side by
    • side. Thus the ancestors of man existed on Saturn not only as
    • to the present consciousness of man, then a fourth kind with
    • of beings. After the Vulcan stage, man will develop yet further, and
    • The Saturn man was surrounded by eleven other
    • realms of man. Therefore, we cannot and need not speak of them
    • of them in addition to the Saturn man — are all concerned in
    • the human development. In this they act as creative powers,
    • which man will reach only after his Vulcan life, that is, a high
    • man. This took place on heavenly bodies which preceded Saturn.
    • mankind lasted until the middle of the life of Saturn. Because of
    • a remote resemblance to the will of man, they are also called
    • These spirits are the creators of the man of
    • carrier of the human Saturn consciousness. The period of development
    • round.”) The material body which man receives in this way is
    • germ of the physical human body is planted during the first Saturn
    • others. In the course of these cycles man does not attain a higher
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  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • period, everything human which has developed on Saturn takes on a
    • developed Sun man as the seed to the plant which emerges from it.
    • Saturn man, as it were, has left behind his seed, which is sunk in a
    • kind of sleep, after which it will develop into Sun man.
    • Man now passes through his second stage of
    • consciousness on the Sun. It resembles that into which today man
    • interrupts man's state of wakefulness today, is a remainder, as it
    • In order to understand the development of mankind,
    • which it gave force. These beings — and also man at his level
    • the fixed star Sun and the split-off planetary Moon. Man and the
    • other beings which had developed as man's companions during the
    • earth, along with man and his companions, split off from the Sun. A
    • On the Sun planet, man and the other beings
    • The rudiment of the later physical body of man, which had gradually
    • Saturn body of man was a kind of automaton (quite lifeless), now,
    • becomes an animated being. Man thereby becomes a kind of plant. His
    • his forms he already somewhat resembles present-day man. But, the
    • turned upward like the blossom of the plant. This plant-man organism
    • But man only develops into this form during the
    • as yet no ether body in the human organism. Everything which occurred
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  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • follows that of the Sun, man develops the third of his seven states
    • which man is at present developing during the course of the earth;
    • condition of consciousness of Saturn man cannot be compared with any
    • state of consciousness of present-day man, for it was duller than
    • completely identical manner.
    • similarity, namely with that of dream-filled sleep. Man attains the
    • of these objects and beings as in present-day man when he is awake.
    • Assume, for instance, that the Moon man approaches an object which to
    • The inner life of man's ancestor on the Moon thus
    • consciousness in man's ancestors on the Moon was the formation of a
    • these two members of the nature of man can be united with the astral
    • pour the astral element out of their own nature into the human body.
    • processes have the character of what at present in animals and man is
    • of development. This takes place in the following manner. The
    • If one considers the entire ancestor of man as he
    • Starting from the middle of the fourth Moon cycle, man consists of a
    • body of man in this period of development, means that they now rise
    • to the level of humanity, as did the Spirits of Personality in
    • Only on the earth will man be so far advanced that, from the middle
    • (Manas). This “spirit self” attains its full
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • “lower nature of man” — the physical body, the
    • later. An advance of human consciousness is also associated with this
    • progress. As long as the lower man has only a physical body, he
    • even to that of dreamless sleep of the present, although for man of
    • appears, man reaches the consciousness which is his today in
    • with the one man at present ascribes to himself while he is dreaming.
    • The fourth, the current condition of consciousness of earth man, will
    • On Saturn the physical body of man was developed
    • for the then appearing astral body. Thus, on the Moon, man is a being
    • last Saturn cycle the spirit man (Atma) was formed with the
    • cycle, the spirit-self (Manas) united with the two others
    • through the help of the Seraphim. Thus actually two origins of man
    • were formed during these three great cycles: a lower man, consisting
    • of physical body, ether body, and astral body, and a higher man,
    • consisting of spirit man (Atma), life-spirit (Buddhi),
    • and spirit-self (Manas). The lower and the higher nature of
    • man followed separate paths at first.
    • separate origins of man together.
    • had on the Moon. There the lower man is a being intermediate between
    • man of today and an animal; the plants stand midway between the
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  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • The Fourfold Man of Earth
    • IN THIS DESCRIPTION, we shall take man as our
    • point of departure. As he lives on the earth, man at present consists
    • “I.” This fourfold human nature has in itself the
    • incorporates into them higher parts of human nature. The ennobling
    • development of the “spirit self” (Manas), the
    • the true “spirit man” (Atma). The transformation
    • This threefold transformation of man is a
    • the three bodies of man (the physical, the ether, and the astral
    • perfect in its way than are they in theirs. Only because man
    • mentioned to arise. For man has the ether body in common with the
    • Now it is true that the physical body of man is
    • mineral realm, but the manner in which these substances and forces
    • interact in the human body is the expression of wisdom and perfection
    • part of the human physical body as the subject for this
    • together in the most artful manner, out of diminutive beams which run
    • things are still beyond the reach of the most perfect human wisdom.
    • the support of the human torso can be attained with the least amount
    • of the human brain or heart, or of the totality of the human physical
    • development of mankind. The astral body is a carrier of pleasure and
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  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • mankind of today absolutely nothing remains of the capacities of the
    • manifests itself in its own character, but as a basis for the
    • of memory which was acquired. Contemporary man indeed can form only a
    • of a quite different order if contemporary man were obliged to be the
    • first to acquire them. For the faculty which this contemporary man is
    • genius is manifested what has as its basis something else, something
    • would result which was in the power of the Atlantean. All of Roman
    • thought which are manifested in legal concepts. The esthetic sense of
    • among the Atlanteans were manifested in a magnificent breeding of
    • With respect to the development of the understanding, mankind today,
    • become possible to measure human advances which take place in the
    • of mankind if the souls of men have been deepened in the sense of the
    • religious images, in a manner which appealed merely to the emotional.
    • Today mankind needs the same truths in a rational form. The world
    • understood, the truths of the science of the spirit will give man a
    • They do this in a way which corresponds to the demands of the
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • Many statements of the scientist of the spirit must appear entirely
    • continues to bestow on human progress. What an overwhelming effect is
    • deceased, of a personal God, have nowhere been found by human
    • organ of the human soul, the brain, into the sphere of its
    • in an unprejudiced manner, there something quite different
    • of mankind, it has been pointed out that the ancestors of the
    • time the air was saturated with water mist vapors. Man lived in the
    • represents nothing but a belief which many have formed out of
    • present-day man. It entices him to an inner intolerance of a quite
    • soul life [Hermann Ebbinghaus, Abriss der Psychologie (Outline
    • quite naturally forced upon man in the same way in which one thinks
    • where man still feels himself to be quite impotent and to be
    • fear and love, side by side, remain permanently characteristic of the
    • feeling of man toward his gods, except that their relation to one
    • me. It is true that many of your assertions are in need of correction
    • except of that of which we speak; we demand not only that that be
    • our human ancestors, and it will continue to live in our direct or
    • The one who knows the development of the human
    • back to mankind. It shows for example how the Days of Creation of the
    • in the latter. This way is necessary for many present-day seekers
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  • Title: Book: Contents: Cosmic Memory
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    • Prehistory of Earth and Man
    • German Edition (1939)
    • xviii. The Fourfold Man of Earth
  • Title: Book: Cosmic Memory: Cover
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    • Prehistory of Earth and Man
    • Translated from the German by Karl E. Zimmer
  • Title: Book: Cosmic Memory: Back Cover
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    • 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.
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • RUDOLF STEINER: THE MAN AND HIS
    • at critical moments in human history, and whose contribution places
    • them in the vanguard of the progress of mankind.
    • literary periodical which had been founded by Joseph Lehmann in 1832,
    • brought him into contact with increasing numbers of people in many
    • embraces such fundamental questions as the being of man, the nature
    • and purpose of freedom, the meaning of evolution, the relation of man
    • human being and his place in the universe.
    • every man shines through everything he produced. The slightest
    • ability of the human being. Therefore, he confined himself to
    • the humanity in men and women of every race and of every religious
    • cycles of lectures on the Gospels (1908-1912), have brought to many a
    • deeply grounded in basic reality than are many of the creeds current
    • curriculum, selected the faculty, and, despite constant demands for
    • his assistance in many other directions, he carefully supervised the
    • Germany, Switzerland and England. The story of the successful
    • Steiner School, the Waldorf School in Stuttgart, Germany, to the
    • Christmas, 1923, with Rudolf Steiner as President. Audiences of many
    • thousands come there each year to attend performances of Steiner's
    • of the finest in Europe. Eurythmy performances, musical events,
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  • Title: Book: Preface: Preface by the Editor of the German Edition (1939)
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    • Preface by the Editor of the German Edition
    • continued because of the excessive demands made by lecturing
    • scientific research, it contained many essays in which Dr. Steiner
    • in a calm and objective manner.
    • points relating to Atlantean humanity and to mystery science.
    • However, the one who wishes to obtain a clear idea of the manner in



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