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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • enigmas of existence, it sounds quite different than it did a short
    • time ago, all this became quite different. It is true that stragglers
    • gospel; but against them stand others who have arrived at a quite
    • based on quite different ideas. One need only recall the work of the
  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • civilization which, to be sure, was quite different from our modern
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • periods of Atlantean humanity we find a mental capacity quite
    • that the physical nature of an Atlantean was quite different from
    • manner quite different from that possible in today's physical body.
    • ideas of fatigue and the depletion of forces were quite different
    • felt wholly related to nature. Hence his social sense also was quite
    • characteristics which are quite different from those of the preceding
    • it to be inadequate, and in that case it was quite natural that he
  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • — as earthly man — was a being of a quite different kind
    • principles of their divine leaders. They began, at first quite
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • — although the word “surprising” is not quite
    • But their ideas had a quite different strength
    • fire, the piercing of the body with pointed objects, were quite
    • appearance and in their way of life these animal men were quite
    • does not describe the matter quite exactly, but fairly closely, if
    • before, men had still been quite diverse as regards their external
    • human form. This occurred quite slowly and gradually. It happened in
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • before us which are soft, malleable and quite different from later
    • gone through a quite different development in a still more remote
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • into the world which he later cast off. Others, which were quite
    • quite undeveloped. The most advanced among them were the organs of
    • a manner quite different from that of later periods. In the soul
    • originated with them. In this they acted quite consciously, but the
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • quite dull and dreamlike. It was not a self-conscious
    • ancestors of man to have been a quite general and indefinite one.
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • under the preceding conditions, but they looked quite different from
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • ONE MUST be quite clear about the fact that only
    • broader sense of the term. One must be quite clear on this point. It
    • metaphorical, but also in a quite real sense. When the epoch of the
  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • be quite clear that all speculating, intellectual philosophizing, and
    • beehive or the ant hill. Here it would be quite wrong to confine
    • individual bees and ants. It is quite possible that a consciousness
    • — the molecules of brain and nerves — exist in a quite
    • activities of the world these processes occur in quite different
    • quite different from those in man or in the beehive. Many more
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • It would be quite erroneous to think that in the
    • observation of other heavenly bodies is quite different from that
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • quite different forms from those which exist today will appear in its
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • spirits, of which a description, however, is quite impossible. In
    • member of the so-called monad of man. In itself it would be quite
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • Saturn body of man was a kind of automaton (quite lifeless), now,
    • quite different from those of Saturn, these minerals which had been
    • thrust back assumed forms quite different from those they had had on
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • one is dealing only with similarities. It would be quite erroneous to
    • in a quite definite and regular way. Hence the being which has such
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • stimulated anew and the development directed into quite different
    • really quite superfluous remark that the inspirations of the great
    • quite definite reason. One can never look at the truths about the
    • quite content to be given conceptual schemes and classifications
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • and shape would have quite exactly expressed whether the other being
    • so-called circulation of the blood are seen as something quite
    • the future it will have a quite different form and a changed
    • blood. The insight of the science of the spirit shows something quite
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • of a quite different order if contemporary man were obliged to be the
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • in an unprejudiced manner, there something quite different
    • present-day man. It entices him to an inner intolerance of a quite
    • 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
    • soul finds it quite understandable that men's minds are dazzled for
    • explanation. How it proceeds is indeed quite unknown to those

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