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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • influences of the old Nordic Gods and Beings are still perceptible in
    • ancient Nordic Gods who appeared to the Initiates in the Northern
    • of the ancient Gods — lies the first Germanic version of the
    • the Gods), were to be seen on the kiosks. These things are really
    • Nordic Gods and Divinities would be superseded by One yet to come.
    • the Mystery-truth underlying them, that the Nordic Gods would be
    • the significance of this ‘Twilight’ of the Gods was everywhere made
    • to-day the remembrance of those ancient Gods lives on in peaceful
    • intensely than anywhere else the ancient Gods are felt as living
    • realities, these Gods should be presented again in their Wagnerian
    • by that world of Nordic gods of which the legends tell. Odin, Freya,
    • man was still living with and among his gods. He believed not only in
    • — for he actually beheld the gods. There was no need for
    • in gods, for to him they were realities. But this immediate reality
    • lost. Man came forth from a life among the gods; to a life among the
    • gods he will again return. But he must be able to recognise them; he
    • must know that in very truth the gods are realities. When the etheric
    • living together with the gods. As he ascends again into the spiritual
    • of religion to tell them of the ancient gods, because they will again
    • be living among gods, they will find in Christ that source of strength
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IV
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    • on ancient Saturn, in the most literal sense a likeness of his Godhead.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VII
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    • in the Christian sense, one calls the actual “Godhead.”
    • relationship to the Godhead.” The student of spiritual science
    • people. They revered as the highest God, Yahve or Jehovah. But for them
    • whom they acknowledged as their God. They said, however: He who directs
    • before God.” In ancient Hebrew he was also called the “Countenance
    • of God,” because when a member of the Old Covenant looked up to
    • God he felt that Michael stood before Him and was the expression of
    • He was therefore called literally the Countenance of God.
    • the Gods by turning his attention completely away from outer reality;
    • and spirit of the Gods were brought to expression in the laws of external
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • beings whom they called the Gods. These men were descending deeper into
    • a physical corporeality; but the beings whom they revered as the Gods,
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • whom the Greeks have known as the figures of their Gods to come with
    • phrase to say that the Grecian temple is a dwelling-place of the God.
    • its most intensive. Then it is the shelter of the God who is to dwell
    • in it, because the God can dwell in the forms. Only thus does one really
    • the temple. The Greek temple is the abode of the God. The Romanesque
    • being the abode of the God — so is it true that the Gothic cathedral
    • something whereby, if we may say so, the Gods may dwell with him, whereby
    • he secures to the Gods an abode in the earthly sphere. If it is brought

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