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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • convictions lead them to conclude that besides what can be known in
    • knowledge which, in any respect, can be considered to be
    • the term, occult science, employed here, if we consider what Goethe
    • intellect bound up with them will be considered as the content of a
    • only considers “scientific” what is revealed through the
    • this, it is only necessary to consider how science comes into
    • soul-activity arising in scientific endeavor. We must consider the
    • apart from special application, consider the characteristics of
    • science wishes to consider the employment of mental activity upon
    • When we consider the significance of natural science in human life, we
    • something besides the knowledge of nature itself: it is
    • nature, the soul is guided by the object under consideration to a much
    • consideration of the non-sensory regions of the world. It is
    • considers the activity of the soul as something that recedes into the
    • therefore, to speak of the means by which a consideration of the
    • There is a third group that considers it presumptuous if a man,
    • “faith.” The adherents of this opinion consider it wrong for
    • of cognition referred to here. Whoever considers that form of
    • supersensible world. If this kind of cognition is considered to be
    • individual, but the result of an unbiased consideration of all human
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • differentiates man from the mineral cannot be considered as physical
    • body. Especially important in an unbiased consideration is the fact
    • In a later chapter of this work we shall consider how the human being
    • organism must be considered as something unscientific. The
    • the living body besides what is present in the lifeless mineral. They
    • sides that the assumption of something similar to “life
    • circles is considered as something purely fantastic.
    • to show where the cause for an action or sensation lies, outside of or
    • perception of the new. Consider certain facts, like that of learning
    • nature. One speaks of the astral body as long as one considers the
    • own through memory it has also received from outside. But it can pass
    • consideration of the matter. But the nature of a thing is not decided
    • question of showing that, beside the soul and the body, the spirit is
    • the seven tones of the scale, (considering the octave as a repetition
    • one side and spirit man on the other, only these extensions are
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • life without considering death. For a human being in whom there is no
    • carries on its considerations regarding sleep and death. Supersensible
    • that a consideration of what lies concealed in sleep and death is
    • task of supersensible knowledge to consider this other kind of
    • reside the prototypes according to which the ether body gives form to
    • that has been severed from the hand. If less consideration has been
    • which still other cosmic bodies besides our earth are embedded.
    • a spiritual background of the world and it may be considered trivial.
    • dream experiences offer to thoughtful consideration is a multi-colored
    • consideration of why, in the last example, the moment of the dull thud
    • environment. This fact becomes especially clear if we consider a dream
    • outside his physical body. Supersensible consciousness must acquire
    • considered later on in this book.
    • discovered. This thought power must consider in the right way the
    • not considered as the expression of an unrevealed activity. This
    • acquainted with the statements of those who consider this science as
    • scientists may well learn a great deal from those who consider their
    • to life. Proper consideration will always recognize this relationship.
    • sleep the ego, united with the astral body, is outside the physical
    • the external world, and when these bodies are laid aside the desires
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 1)
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    • FROM the foregoing considerations it may be seen that the being of man
    • their evolution is bound up with cosmic evolution. By considering this
    • If one goes back in one's consideration to this point of time, in the
    • research it is a question of not merely considering the material
    • different ways of considering the act. We may investigate the
    • supersensible knowledge itself is dealt with. — We must also consider
    • spiritual-scientific investigation considers this thinking the most
    • you, besides the man of fifty, one-year-old children and all the
    • past evolutionary stages have really survived, alongside the perfected
    • stages of present-day evolution, just as alongside a man of fifty,
    • also consider the fact that the further back we go, the more do these
    • of necessity be considered more in the light of an allusion and a
    • nowhere does there exist, alongside the present Earth state, a
    • do not move about side by side with Earth humanity in the same way as
    • three-year-old children move about alongside fifty-year-old men and
    • alongside the fifty-year-old man; similarly, the corpse, the sleeping,
    • and the dreaming human being exist alongside the living, waking Earth
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 2)
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    • consider further the harmonious co-operation between the parts and the
    • are, in a certain sense, only the necessary shadow side of the
    • physical body, and an adequate consideration will prove that the
    • passion do not reside in the physical, but in the astral body, and
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • consideration the fact that during that period essentially nothing
    • every point in space, without any impression from outside, we would
    • besides man, may be called inhabitants of Saturn, are those, for
    • vehicle of these beings was an ether body; they had, however, besides
    • anything — By considering this chaotic substance, one has transplanted
    • that reside in the astral bodies of the Spirits of Motion. The result
    • consideration, the Sons of Life cannot perceive this regulating
    • Now let us consider these human phantoms with their semblance of life.
    • “odors.” Toward the outside, toward celestial space,
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • independent existence alongside and in the midst of the human beings
    • on the Sun. This then forms a second kingdom alongside the human
    • of the Sun and form an independent cosmic body outside of it. From it
    • mode of perceiving the lower kingdom existing outside himself. This
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • Sun stage. Because of this, two other kingdoms arise alongside the
    • only heat and air. Besides these two substances, the liquid, watery
    • independent of the life of the sun. Alongside the experiences of the
    • The processes that have to be taken into consideration here, perceived
    • process of respiration exists alongside the process of nutrition. It
    • the building up of the human being are drawn in from outside.
    • develop on the side of the Moon that is turned away from the sun. For
    • consider that at this time the Sons of Life reach their human stage.
    • evolution — the middle evolutionary period — is considered, we may say
    • their transitions. Besides this, we must consider the fact that we are
    • Saturn epoch. Yet we must consider the boundaries between the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • the waters flow in and out of him. If he is outside his body, his soul
    • them upon it from the outside. As a result there appeared a variation
    • which is built up from outside. Man would spoil its form were he to
    • outside appears to him to be directed by the command of the higher
    • on the earth from the outside would not have seen in them merely
    • living beings beside him only through their warmth, light, and tone
    • souls that could not reside in the individual animal. The soul
    • astral element only when this influenced them from outside. That could
    • at this splendor for a considerable length of time that the soul was
    • physical forms. All events under consideration here and in the
    • side. When observed spiritually it can be said that the spiritual
    • the spiritual forces that are here under consideration. Because the
    • remained outside the physical body, so that it could not be controlled
    • Spirits of Personality, and the Spirits of Form. Besides the Spirits
    • souls coming from the outside, who had for the first time since the
    • and by their experiences made outside the earth region. The others had
    • former souls was determined only by facts that lay outside the new
    • realm here under consideration as ruler of the kingdom of the sun.
    • of the Luciferic influence. Beside the Angels and Archangels, other
    • Jupiter, and Mars wisdom. Besides these methods of initiation, there
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • leads to the consideration of physical-sensory existence as the only
    • here be held clearly in mind in considering the path of human
    • behold the kingdom of the Sun Spirit outside of earthly evolution. Now
    • being has the same origin. (Alongside all earthly forefathers the
    • results in life are the consequences of the other side of the soul's
    • that have the brain as their instrument turned one-sidedly to physical
    • development. With this, the considerations of this book have advanced
    • consideration of the knowledge of the higher worlds and of initiation.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • state between them, dreaming. Dreaming will be briefly considered
    • later on in this book. Here let us first consider life in its two
    • of higher worlds if he develops a third soul state besides sleep and
    • consider it proper to open another world to the soul.” It may
    • consider it permissible to publish certain truths relating to the
    • spiritual world. This view, however — considering the present stage of
    • this domain. Whoever considers the nature of the human soul, as far as
    • of his life-functions that lies outside the observation of the
    • in the soul through such a function — considering its character — that is
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • training that is under consideration here offers among the first means
    • has nothing else in mind but the visualized image under consideration.
    • if we consider, first of all, the concept of memory. If, for instance,
    • blossom unfolds, and now we think of a human being beside this plant.
    • considered more perfect than the latter. We contemplate how, according
    • besides the forces of the plant, which appear pure to us. I now
    • becomes a token alongside the feeling-experience, and its
    • entire process. It is well, nevertheless, for us, outside the period
    • be disturbed by such an objection should consider that it is not the
    • to the duration of meditation we have to consider that the effect is
    • can lift myself out of them and then feel myself as a being alongside
    • wishes besides this to attain real observation in a higher world, he
    • old being like a second alongside the new. What, up to the present,
    • him, in a certain sense. He feels himself at times outside of what he
    • days.) Also, the one who considers himself a thinker as a result of
    • want that,” in which we do not at all consider the possibility of
    • double — along side this higher ego. It is just in regard to these
    • on the roadside. While the others turned aside from the hideous
    • beautiful teeth. One cannot consider the bad good and the false true,
    • observe oneself in one's daily life as though from outside. One
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • “Outside in space there is a rose; it is not strange to me, for
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • will not have this feeling. Then one will consider as nothing what in
    • thought, does not see the trees on both sides of the road, although he
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
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    • but he considers it the outflow of a soul process that, up to the
    • beings and facts. — Beside this similarity of the imaginative with the
    • knowledge of a sense-being means to stand outside it and to judge it
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • to himself what has to happen there, let a person consider again the
    • one-sidedness. For example, if he becomes aware of the advantage of
    • who preserve, alongside the ability to withdraw inwardly, an open
    • revered person is afflicted with this fault? Should I not consider
    • get very far either. Here also it is not a question of one-sidedness
    • here also it is possible that one-sidedness may result that is
    • directing his desire for knowledge in a one-sided way by asking,
    • one-sided here also, they will not advance properly. The student may
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
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    • considers the following. In the life of the physical senses man only
    • become outwardly perceptible. If we give this due consideration, we
    • necessary precautions which we do undertake, alongside the exercises
    • — Besides the described encounter with the guardian at the entrance
    • be considered in regard to such precautionary measures. The important
    • points can only be indicated. Deceptions that have to be considered
    • Besides this source of delusion, there is still another. This comes
    • such delusions when, with sound judgment, one takes into consideration
    • then not within the human being and the correct fact outside him, but
    • without proper preparation. — The student of the spiritual, besides
    • Besides this, all correct training leads first to concepts about great
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 10)
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    • 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
    • consider that the human physical body, for example, was present during
    • such a path we must consider that the goal of knowledge and truth is
    • incarnation. Whoever considers human historical life, be it only
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • the Moon evolution. We may, therefore, if we consider the past,
    • necessity, must be given due consideration. If we wish to recognize
    • conscious manner began to develop, besides the acquired powers of
    • yet have to consider the soul faculties first developed in the fourth
    • knowledge,” which from this side takes hold of mankind now and
    • conducts itself as a member of a spiritual world, outside of which it
    • The transformations in the things of the earth existing outside the
    • further evolution. This will occur at a time when, alongside the high
    • latter receives its effects from the outside. After a time, the union
    • should consider that free human action in the future depends just as
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • considers this will understand how descriptions are to be taken that
    • the supersensible nature of other cosmic bodies should be considered
    • them to him, and if these are taken into consideration, we then have
    • must be considered as belonging to what in truth can lead to a
    • science. What is observed by them cannot be considered in the true
    • “direct path of knowledge.” Another exists beside it that we
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface First Edition
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    • temperament, lay it aside either with a smile or with indignation, and
    • best that such expositions be laid aside with many other freaks of the
    • really says. Although in general he considers it highly improper to
    • books and then, besides the already published book, Theosophy, also
    • be understood by one who considers nonsensical everything that is not
    • point of view of the world alongside Haeckel's merely naturalistic
    • an earnest consideration and study of the philosophy of the “As
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • For two things offer themselves for consideration. First, any human
    • forward to show that the knowledge considered scientific today cannot
    • subject matter has been re-studied and re-worked with considerable
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Seventh to Fifteenth Edition
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    • of this chapter. From many sides I could hear, “Other sciences
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    • consciousness alongside the content of knowledge of our age, without
    • called forth misunderstandings. From many sides was heard, “What
    • ideas were to be found. Without considering the content, attention was

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