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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • the world there must be something that defies cognition. With
    • “scientific” the knowledge of a non-sensory world-content.
    • world-content just as it occupies itself, in the other case, with the
    • world-content of natural science. Occult science desires to free the
    • sense world with this method of research and way of thinking, occult
    • non-sensory world-content in the way the scientist talks about the
    • content of the sensory world. It retains the mental attitude of the
    • greater degree than is the case when non-sensory world contents are
    • consideration of the non-sensory regions of the world. It is
    • about non-sensory world contents. Not, however, because such talk, in
    • world. It would, however, be of no avail if, at the very beginning of
    • the field of the sense world; the exponent of natural science
    • there exists an invisible world, concealed at the outset from the
    • within him, to penetrate into this hidden world.
    • One person maintains that there is no such hidden world, that the
    • world perceived by means of the human senses is the only one, that its
    • Others state that we must not maintain there is no hidden world behind
    • need “faith” take refuge in a world of that kind: a true
    • such a world.
    • the weak human being to want to penetrate into a world that is
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • Within the manifest world, the physical body is the part of man having
    • the same nature as the mineral world. On the other hand, what
    • nature as the mineral world. We can point to the corpse as that part
    • their activity similar to that of the mineral world. They then appear
    • mineral world when death has occurred. Supersensible perception,
    • capacities that lead into “hidden worlds” to retreat into
    • ascribe to man has nothing in common with the world of the manifest
    • great regularity the influences of the outer world, and under the
    • occurrences of the outer world. Man has these experiences with himself
    • through the outer world by directing one's attention to the
    • souls live in the outer world, so a third soul member immerses itself
    • body a knowledge of the outer world. Therefore, occult science can
    • his reciprocal relationship with the outer world, differently from the
    • that manifests in all the rest of the world. This force does not,
    • toward the manifest world. He, thereby, develops to higher stages of
    • the world and in no other way that we ought to speak of these seven
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • science in the world from time immemorial, and is practiced also today
    • it is with what can be observed in the manifest world. The domain of
    • the world is greater than the field of this observation, and what is
    • necessity destroy his life. Likewise, a world concept that is not
    • fructified by a knowledge of the hidden world must lead to desolation.
    • visible world without insight into the supersensible. All knowledge of
    • pleasure and pain and the world of ideas and will. It simply exists in
    • outer world, the astral body disappears in sleep; supersensible
    • is a matter of knowledge of the hidden things and events of the world,
    • processes of the hidden world reveal themselves in their effects in
    • the manifest world. If it is seen how the revelations of supersensible
    • surrounding world of soul and spirit. For the ordinary conditions of
    • images that are likenesses of the world about him. These likenesses
    • Just as the physical body, for example, needs the outer world, which
    • Just imagine a physical human body removed from its surrounding world.
    • Just as the physical body belongs to the physical world in which it is
    • embedded, so does the astral body belong to its own world; during
    • waking life, however, it is torn out of this world of its own. What
    • astral body on awaking. During sleep it is in a world like itself; in
    • a certain sense it constitutes something that belongs to this world.
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 1)
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    • of the physical sense-world. For him, all transformations in the
    • sense-world, and to what the intellect is able to infer from them, is
    • the present time, invisibly behind the world of matter.
    • world, and he who, penetrating the visible world, is able to lift his
    • which all past world-processes are recorded. These imperishable
    • the ordinary life of the physical world. Just as logical presentation
    • is demanded in the physical world, even though the individual person
    • Just as in the realm of the physical world it is never possible to
    • approach the spiritual world through his own perception. He must also
    • recognize how comprehensible the manifest world of the senses appears
    • correct. All experience in the supersensible world remains an
    • spiritual world. In fact, one of the best ways of acquiring one's own
    • perception in the supersensible realm is to grow into the higher world
    • supersensible finds its verification in the outer world is not
    • world stages lying so far back in the past, such as these that are
    • The relationship that these worlds of the ancient past hold to the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • this Saturn world as an observer. He would then experience none of the
    • given world of the physical senses, heat exists entirely as a state of
    • world, Saturn, in the period of evolution just described, is similarly
    • Saturn world a life of light begins, now flaring up, now darkening.
    • present perceives the physical world flash up in their first etheric
    • perceptions of an outer world as they are understood today,
    • physical world. Upon Saturn, the Spirits of Will are the regulators of
    • during which they live, so to speak, in other worlds. Their activity
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • degree of consciousness in which our plant world is at present
    • consciousness. Everything in the world possesses consciousness. — The
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • first thing to be noted is that that part of the world mass which,
    • not copies, but only symbols of the outer world, they did have a much
    • more to the outer world, to the universe mirrored in the sun. There is
    • external world, to one in which it was turned more toward the inner
    • descends with me into lower worlds.”
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • enabling them to perceive a world of outer sense objects as it is
    • they have ascended into sublime worlds. The lowest of these worlds in
    • during this period of spiritualization, is the same world in which the
    • descend again to lower worlds. Before the physical Earth evolution
    • are to be perceived in the astral or soul world.
    • of their being still belongs to the world of soul and spirit. Only
    • From the spiritual world he looks down, as it were, upon an earthly
    • enabled to unfold themselves in the physical world.)
    • in an external world. They fashion themselves in plant and flowerlike
    • time the surrounding world encompasses him. Independent likenesses of
    • connection between the earth man and the soul-spirit world. When the
    • that time was connected with the external world of the earth by warmth
    • impulses from the external world as nourishment. What is most obscure
    • guided in his relationship to the external world. This is expressed by
    • that the deeds of spiritual beings live in this world of mental
    • same way between the outer and inner worlds. When light images arise
    • earth world to a greater degree, the appendages appeared more in the
    • world chiefly through the light activity of the Fire Spirits, the
    • relationship to the spiritual world was especially weak in human
    • the physical body he found himself in the spirit world in which he
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • world, the greater was the possibility of Ahriman penetrating into the
    • because they had, during earth life, felt the physical world of the
    • turned their interest toward the physical world of the senses. They
    • impressive manner to the fact that behind the physical-sensory world
    • there exists the world of the Spirits of Light. In proportion to the
    • absorption into the soul of this visualized world by the people of the
    • one, thus barring all outlook into the spiritual world. In the
    • spiritual world this power leads the human being to complete
    • more and more what is possible for him to be in the spiritual world.
    • The perception of the world of light remained dim. — The veiling over of
    • the spiritual world after death reached a climax for the souls who
    • that age, turning toward the sense world, says, “Rather a beggar
    • sense world, had to lead of necessity to an estrangement from the
    • spiritual world. Thus what is great on the one hand is of necessity
    • connection of the human being with the spiritual world was fostered.
    • soul, to receive the revelations of this world. They were more or less
    • spiritual world that, without his cooperation, had poured into his
    • would have been able to experience this region of the spirit world as
    • world appeared to him in the vesture of the astral. The corresponding
    • concealed all that part of the spiritual world that would have
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • of higher worlds if he develops a third soul state besides sleep and
    • ordinary outer world, would then find itself in a state similar to
    • would confront a real world. Such a state of consciousness can be
    • describes concerning the worlds that lie beyond the senses is the
    • worlds. In this chapter — as far as it is possible in this book — we shall
    • sense world that gives him such bliss, such soul satisfaction, and
    • life will pour into his will from a spiritual world. — There are such
    • consider it proper to open another world to the soul.” It may
    • ourselves. For the way of reaching higher worlds can only be known to
    • him who knows the way into these worlds through his own experience. If
    • spiritual world. This view, however — considering the present stage of
    • of insight into the supersensible world, higher moral impulses are
    • recognized that are also valid for the sensory-physical world. Certain
    • moral necessities are only recognized from out this world. — A second
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • point of attachment to the outer world, making the soul less dependent
    • soul. (In my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
    • anything that is present in the sense world.
    • from the mental picture of the special case in the outer world that
    • process in the sense world, but the joy in an idea as such. If we
    • meditation is a means of acquiring knowledge about higher worlds, but
    • “imaginations,” the world of this higher state of
    • consciousness may be named the “imaginative” world, and the
    • withdraws all attention from the outer world, when it suppresses all
    • a world that it has not previously experienced. Although this soul
    • world. They serve the purpose of detaching the human soul from
    • pupil had released himself from the world of the senses and intellect,
    • observing the spiritual world. It was somewhat similar to a physical
    • the fact that at first it perceives itself in the world of
    • described. Although these pictures appear as living in a new world,
    • the physical world, were its eyes fettered to the object upon which
    • student approach the true external spiritual world. In place of what
    • proceed to an observation of an outer world of soul and spirit. This
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • world, this thought is not sense-free. It is, however, not a fact that
    • make his own, in thinking, the facts of the higher world that are
    • research in the higher worlds without training, nor can we make
    • observations in that world; yet without higher training we are able to
    • since I am unable to perceive the spiritual world myself?”
    • supersensible world. The soul is usually not conscious of this
    • only by employing it in the sense world. It therefore regards
    • communications from the super-sensible world as something
    • aware of how the thought world has an inner life, of how one, by
    • supersensible world. One says to oneself, “There is something in
    • means of our senses. The observer of the sense world says to himself,
    • the objects of the outer sense world are different from the sensations
    • world.
    • my books, A Theory of Knowledge Based on Goethe's World Conception,
    • physical-sensory world, but only to itself. It is then pure thought,
    • active within itself, may throw light on the problems of world, life,
    • between cognition of the sense world and that of the spiritual world.
    • nature, stands already within the spiritual world; it presents itself
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • observation open up a new world, and in this new world man becomes
    • are to be distinguished from the organs of the physical sense world
    • my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment, certain
    • spiritual world. This is the moment when something occurs for him that
    • from the sensory world of observation.) It may happen that the
    • repeatedly “flashes of light” coming from a higher world. He
    • become a witness for the spiritual world. But he should not waver if
    • yet gained the right attitude toward a higher world. This attitude can
    • is so fundamentally different from all experiences in the sense world.
    • totally different world of which one knows nothing in one's life of
    • the outer physical-sensory world works upon the physical body, and one
    • practice itself he stands in a world of soul and spirit, and with
    • “peered” into the spirit world is only an illusion, for this
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
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    • Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • its use really enter into a higher world. The impressions that one
    • receives from that world still resemble in many ways those of the
    • physical-sensory world. He who possesses imaginative cognition will be
    • able to speak of the new, higher world in such a way that he
    • the imaginative world express something quite different from sense
    • physical world there is, however, a significant difference. Certain
    • phenomena in the physical world appear quite different in the
    • imaginative world. In the former can be observed a continual growth
    • imaginative world a continual transformation of one thing into another
    • of a plant in the physical world. In the imaginative world, in
    • imaginative world. In their place appears the concept of
    • Development, however, does not stop with the imaginative world. The
    • human being who might wish to stop in this world would perceive the
    • himself in the newly attained world. The imaginative world is an
    • person who seeks cognition of the supersensible world develop himself
    • then, after a certain time, enter a higher world in which he not only
    • world manifest themselves to him; then after a time he will experience
    • world of inspiration is, nevertheless, something quite new in
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • impressions of the sensory-physical world, this link must disappear
    • impressions of the sense world: the black color of the cross, the
    • has not been taken from the physical sense world. If now the student
    • inner meditation and of dwelling in his own thought world, he may
    • off from the impressions of the outer world. This, however, leads to
    • receptivity to all impressions of the outer world. One need not think
    • supersensible worlds. Something similar is the case with those who are
    • into the higher world open up. The person who is unable to revere will
    • acknowledge anything in the world will find that the essential nature
    • foundation for a development into the spiritual worlds. An example may
    • enter the spirit world in the right way who is happy in experiencing
    • inexplicable and unfathomable in the world.” The student shows
    • the spiritual world now begins to open itself to cognition in a form
    • physical world of the senses.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 7)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • world of soul and spirit and to unite with it, so that outer
    • has arrived when man perceives the world of inspiration consciously.
    • sensory-physical world. In the latter we gain perceptions through the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • worlds of knowledge, he notices at a certain stage that the cohesion
    • in the physical-sensory world, where the ego effects a uniform
    • a certain object in the outer world. It pleases or displeases the
    • with him into the higher world will soon see how the ego proves weak
    • does the plant or animal world in the realm of the physical senses.
    • entrance into the supersensible world, man knew thinking, feeling, and
    • supersensible world he perceives objects that do not express the
    • of the new world now perceived by him stand soul-spirit beings. These
    • now stand before him as an outer world, just as in the physical realm
    • world of soul and spirit that reveals itself to him, and the world
    • plant in the world of the senses remains just as it is, whatever the
    • human soul may feel or think about it. With the images of the world of
    • a certain picture appears before man in the world of imagination. If,
    • but everything that is in him affects this world. He may have, for
    • because of his education and character; they affect the world of the
    • himself and the outer spiritual world. It is necessary that he learn
    • knowledge of what he himself carries into the new world. It is
    • surrounding world of soul and spirit. Now, certain facts of human
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 9)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • into supersensible worlds. First he will notice that an inner
    • powers. — In the higher world, self-knowledge is different, in a certain
    • respect, from self-knowledge in the physical-sensory world. Whereas in
    • the physical-sensory world self-knowledge appears only as an inner
    • he may have reached upon the way into the supersensible worlds, there
    • physical-sensory world. This temptation is even good and it must
    • for him. He has plunged into the world of soul and spirit, but now
    • stage, the entire compass of all imaginable worlds, of having attained
    • rich possessor of all the world mysteries. The fact that one can have
    • when he experiences this, he stands already in the world of soul and
    • spirit and that it is a peculiarity of this world that events may
    • beings of the outer world lying behind the veil of the sensory. The
    • consciousness that the world that is conquered becomes truth, and is
    • supersensible world, so can he also test himself by the experiences
    • illusion that has been conjured up before him — that the picture world
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 10)
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    • COGNITION OF THEHIGHER WORLDS. INITIATION.
    • world of soul and spirit, between himself and what lies outside him.
    • corresponding facts and beings of the world outside him. For it is a
    • to the whole world surrounding it. In this book it has only been
    • fashioned from the entire surrounding world, and every part of him
    • corresponds to a process or being of the outer world. At the
    • with this relationship between his own being and the great world. We
    • correspondence between the lesser world, the microcosm, which is the
    • human being himself, and the greater world, the macrocosm. If the
    • judgment gained in the physical-sensory world.
    • knows the images of the psycho-spiritual world, he cannot merely read
    • co-operation the world, to which the human being belongs, comes into
    • possesses as a spiritual being in the world of soul and spirit. He has
    • in the spiritual world, what occurred historically on earth in the
    • supersensible worlds, which is described here, is one that every human
    • wishes to tread the path to the spiritual world he cannot at present
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • perceive that our earth is bound to a supersensible world, containing
    • of physical sense-perception. This supersensible world contains the
    • the characterized world and out of this will arise the new cosmic
    • of Moon forms. The picture of this world also resolves itself into two
    • have streamed into the forms of that world. What we thus observe of
    • this future world may be designated, in the sense of spiritual
    • supersensible worlds. This is the reason why the knowledge of these
    • world. What the human being now acquires as knowledge through his
    • sense world emerge, but from the depths of the soul there arises a
    • the world of soul and spirit and were ever more dependent upon a
    • picture of that world, formed by their intellect and feeling. This
    • spiritual world directly into their consciousness. These individuals,
    • possible for them to penetrate into the world of soul and spirit. They
    • who in this way sought to ascend into the supersensible world were
    • attained a perception of the supersensible worlds. There were,
    • perception of the supersensible world and who through their
    • development could elevate themselves to a higher world in spite of the
    • the world of soul and spirit strengthened the human being in his
    • intercourse with the world of soul and spirit the mighty traditions of
    • content gave the souls a confident knowledge of the higher worlds. — But
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • that it is caused by a being of the world of soul and spirit in a
    • supersensory outer world just as the usual sensation of heat, for
    • physical-sensory world. Let us imagine that we retain a vivid memory
    • expression of a being of the world of soul and spirit. If this being
    • of the physical-sensory world, it may then be designated red. In the
    • perception of the world of soul and spirit, remains entirely
    • THE ASTRAL WORLD
    • As long as we observe only the physical world, the earth as a dwelling
    • supersensible cognition rises to different worlds, this separation
    • the world we enter in this way, but embedded in it are still other
    • supersensible worlds does then not merely observe the supersensible
    • worlds in which still other cosmic realms, stellar worlds, astral
    • worlds, partake. Indeed, these worlds are also active in the astral
    • fact that, as a rule, the ego returns to the physical-sensory world
    • spiritual world between death and a new birth depends in one way only
    • fit himself into the conditions of the world and life and is active
    • outer world, it begins from a certain point of time to nourish itself
    • THE HIGHER REGIONS OF THE SPIRITUAL WORLD
    • cognition gradually reaches the regions of the spiritual world in
    • intuition, it then lives in a world of spiritual beings. These beings
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Table of Contents
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    • V.Cognition of Higher Worlds — Initiation.
    • 2.The Astral World
    • 5.The Higher Regions of the Spiritual World
    • 9.Observation of Special Events and Beings of the World of Spirit
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Back Cover Sheet
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    • RUDOLF STEINER, philosopher, scientist and educator, (1861–1925), has achieved world-wide fame as the originator of the Science of the Spirit known as Anthroposophy, and as a pioneer of genius in a variety of fields of learning.
    • “As a scientist by external training and inmost calling, Rudolf Steiner shared the generally expressed goal of science — that the wisdom of man shall discover the wisdom of the universe. Through Steiner this goal now clearly extends beyond physical-material limits. Modern exact clairvoyance, as developed by him, reveals spiritual facts to spiritual vision as clearly as men's ordinary senses reveal to the intellect the facts of the physical world. The facts of the physical world actually demonstrate and clarify spiritual knowledge. Yet the anthroposophy of Steiner shuns vague mysticism, finding facts of the spiritual world fully accessible to scientific investigation and proof. Thoughts, to him, are objective, and like any thought of science, a thought with purely inner existence can now be tested, tried and verified (or disproved) through its physical applications or on its own ground of thinking. Steiner's anthroposophy, or “spiritual science,” thus greatly extends the dimensions of science. It breaks through the limits of knowledge that Kant had proclaimed and the world had accepted, almost as under a kind of hypnotic spell.”
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    • The Theory of Knowledge Based on Goethe's World Conception
    • Goethe's Conception of the World
    • Views of the World and Life in the Nineteenth Century
    • Views of the World and Life in the Nineteenth Century, or perhaps the
    • World and Life in the Nineteenth Century to him, is the most monstrous
    • point of view of the world alongside Haeckel's merely naturalistic
    • that lie beyond the power of the intellect bound to the sense world,
    • mere belief in a “supersensible world” will perhaps find
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • into supersensible worlds is denied to human knowledge.
    • access to supersensible worlds. We may theoretically deceive ourselves
    • worlds. Yet there are human beings — really not few in number — who find
    • penetrate into the spirit world, and these reasons are in a certain
    • undertakes to make statements about supersensible worlds. It appears,
    • the reasons for the inapprehensibility of the supersensible worlds and
    • worlds. This can be irrefutably proved, but this proof can have no
    • into supersensible worlds. Yet the proof that the ordinary power of
    • of cognition must halt before supersensible worlds decide anything
    • against the possibility of research into these worlds?
    • world conception.” In preparing this new edition, the whole
    • worlds, was greatly supplemented and amplified by its author. He
    • in the sense world and fits itself for experiencing the supersensible
    • world. The author attempted to show that this experiencing of the
    • experiences. Only when the knowledge of supersensible worlds is
    • supersensible worlds, and that from this point of view the riddles of
    • On the other hand, opponents have also employed terms for the world
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Sixteenth to Twentieth Edition
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    • What reveals itself to spiritual perception as the world of spirit
    • But he who describes imaginations from the world of spirit cannot at
    • the world of spirit. His presentation will then have this world of
    • present day but does not yet behold the world of spirit.
    • world becomes experience in regard to the spiritual world.
    • comprehension of the spirit world is not of the nature of artistic
    • the consciousness of mankind was furthest removed from the world of
    • spirit, the communications from that world would answer a most urgent
    • the spiritual world with inner longing.
    • through this makes them capable of approaching the spirit world.
    • spiritual world by maintaining that they are transformed reproductions
    • about the spirit world. It is said that I had read this or that,
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment,
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    • that the filling of the soul with the impressions of the outer world
    • In certain chapters of this book it has been indicated how the world



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