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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • Would anyone contend that a drop of water is the sea when he says that
    • use a comparison, we may say that the drop of water has the same
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • filled with water. A drop within this whole mass of water is not
    • burning thirst in a region in which water is nowhere to be found.
    • water gives evidence of his inner nature. It can be said further that
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 1)
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    • what would take place if we were observing a container of water in
    • was formerly water, so also, through spiritual observation, we are
    • perceive ice, not, however, the finer condition of water, out of which
    • ice is formed by means of refrigeration. For such a being, water would
    • be non-existent, and only when parts of this water had been
    • transformed into ice would the water be at all perceptible to it. Thus
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • fluid. This state may be called “water.” We do not mean by
    • this, however, our present water, but any fluid form of existence. The
    • substantial organisms. The densest is a water body. This is permeated
    • only heat and air. Besides these two substances, the liquid, watery
    • purely watery element of this body now takes on a viscous fluidic
    • air, and water life. The progress from the Sun to the Moon embodiment
    • experienced in the water element. The sun beings, who were rulers of
    • the elements of heat and air, had less influence upon this water
    • the same way the present-day lower animals live in water or the land
    • animals in the air. This element, however, is neither water nor air in
    • watery substances are also drawn in and expelled, and because the
    • that he can take water out of a glass into which none has previously
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • expresses itself again in condensing. The Earth receives the watery
    • fiery, the airy, and the watery elements. Prior to this an important
    • beings can no longer endure the matter now condensed to water in their
    • The incorporation of the watery substance into the Earth body is
    • into him and air play about him, but watery substance is incorporated
    • pressing upon him through tones. Now the watery element also
    • souls is now added that of the consciousness soul. In the water
    • the waters flow in and out of him. If he is outside his body, his soul
    • another state of existence. The organic, watery, and aeriform
    • also to draw in the surrounding air and water masses and to
    • of what is later to become the breathing process. The water is also
    • The absorption of the watery parts is felt in the soul as a source of
    • watery element. With this the human being also begins to invest his
    • the fiery, airy, and watery element according to the tones sounding
    • imitation of these forces to produce powerful effects on the water
    • element of the earth. The waters surged in and over the earth under
    • received the watery element into its composition. The feeling of
    • from the Earth. Forms emerged from the watery element that were no
    • watery element the physical structures that formed the ancestors of
    • parts consisted of fire, air, and water, and to which was added only
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