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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture I
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    • beings of Mars, Moon, Venus. The inventive and the wild Saturn
    • home on Mars, they inhabit Mars and are in fact the main population
    • as the other beings on moon and Mars. On Venus too we find yet a second
    • there you find the mild, gentle Mars beings present as astral creations,
    • moon or Mars, according as they are benevolent or malevolent. They anchor
    • moon or Mars, are not so obvious as are the animal group-egos. But they
    • And the preponderance of moon beings or Mars beings of this nature circling
    • wrong-doing, irritation, and anger, if more Mars beings, then he is a man
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture III
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    • spiritual beings. The Mars transit and iron. Separation of moon,
    • beings as teachers of man. The activity of Mars in the sentient
    • together. During this time Mars — in a way which would take too
    • for particular beings, and in its further advance Mars actually passed
    • Hence Mars was the cause of the iron particles deposited in living beings,
    • mist, so too was Mars with the iron which it left behind. Iron is in
    • arose at the period before this passage of Mars had taken place and
    • were active. Mars in fact worked on the sentient soul, the already-separated
    • of man we have the working of the three cosmic bodies, of Mars in the

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