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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • Sweden. Because of the low rate of population — remember that
    • Death. The Festival of Easter is close upon us and we remember,
    • remember that these colourforms surrounding and blurring the sharp
    • ancestors remembered that their own forefathers had actually seen what
    • true to speak of an equal possibility, on the one side of remembering
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture I
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    • their organism, their separate members, down into the physical plane.
    • Here with the physical eye we see what is extended down below as members
    • members down below here, but we meet a whole number of other beings
    • whose physical members are not so directly visible and evident as those
    • course in the human body, with the members of human nature itself.
    • his being, other beings are connected with these human members.
    • we have, though not so obviously, the manifestation, the extended members,
    • extends its separate members into the separate lion-individuals, so
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture II
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    • spiritual beings have seven members of their being. Christ, the
    • Mystical Lamb, has life-spirit or Budhi as lowest member... January
    • get an idea of what this means if you remember that not even the farthest
    • forces also correspond, in man, to the higher members of his being,
    • man, they have the physical body as one of their members. There are
    • beings of whom we must speak differently. The members of which man is
    • lowest member is the etheric body; they too are sevenfold, having an
    • eighth member, higher than spirit-man. We begin to enumerate thus:
    • etheric body, astral body, and so forth, finishing with a member above
    • our spirit-man (Atma). There are other beings whose lowest member is
    • member. Again there are beings whose lowest member is the ‘I,’
    • member; they are described in the Apocalypse as beings who are “full
    • the lowest member. They have yet an eleventh member. And finally there
    • are beings whose lowest member is the life-spirit and who have yet a
    • twelfth member. You must therefore think of beings who, just as man's
    • lowest member is a physical body, have life-spirit (Budhi) as their
    • lowest member and above, a highest member best designated by the number
    • as their lowest member, are in an entirely different position. In respect
    • the life-spirit too is an ether body. The twelfth member of these sublime
    • his lowest member, which corresponds to Libra (as man's lowest
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture III
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    • You will all remember
    • see why that happened when you re-member that highly-evolved beings,
    • You will remember that I once showed you how one passes symbolically
    • member of the human entity arose and Yahve gave the human being the
    • You remember that in my
    • Since then man can begin to work consciously from within upon the members
    • members had therefore to be kindled from without, and beings from outside
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IV
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    • is in the long run again membered into the wisdom of the whole system.
    • had no physical body on Saturn, their lowest member was an etheric body
    • think of the lowest member of their being as the etheric body. Then
    • spirit or Budhi, spirit man or Atma and an eighth member which is a
    • can work, no feet with which they can walk, for these are members of
    • again. We can form a rough picture of it, if we remember how the rain
    • have permeated themselves with it. As the lowest member of their being
    • they have not only one member above spirit-man or Atma, but a still
    • member which are beyond what man can attain in his completed seven-membered
    • astral body also and that their lowest member is the ego. To describe
    • for lowest member, so these Spirits of Form in the environment of the
    • Moon have the ego as lowest member, then they have spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • spirit-man, an eighth, ninth, and a tenth member. Thus they pre-sent
    • your egos there as the lowest member, and that they could manifest them-selves
    • substances, only the lowest members of the Spirits of Form working in
    • spirit-man, to the eighth member. Now we must think of the next stage.
    • I, up to the ninth member. Then we pass on to the Moon.
    • to man by the Spirits of Form who then have as lowest member the I,
    • and spirit-self, and so forth, up to the tenth member. All that we call
    • came over from the Moon. Their lowest member is the I or ego. This they
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture V
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    • back to the time of ancient Saturn we remember that of the elements
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VI
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    • lecture given here has been carefully thinking it over, and remembering
    • ancient Moon, then we remember that the human being had physical body,
    • as a member of a whole number of others who belonged to one an-other.
    • The ancient member of the Cherusci, the Sugambri, Heruli, Bructeri,
    • felt himself in the first place as a member of the Sugambri, Heruli,
    • we know that the individual Jew felt absolutely that he was a member
    • member of the race felt that this was what gave him his value and position.
    • In our day, in normal circumstances a man no longer remembers what his
    • father has done, unless he has seen it. He no longer remembers what
    • of memory, how far one remembered in the ancestral tree. Why did Adam
    • was not designating the single personality, but remembered past generations
    • as one remembers one's youth today. That was denoted by a common
    • expression, personality did not come into question at all. A man remembered
    • as clouds today let the rain trickle down — and membered itself
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VII
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    • on his other members as well, but the essential task of earthly existence
    • this. — Let us remember here what happens after a man's death
    • is the lowest member of their being. The animal has an astral body and
    • of God,” because when a member of the Old Covenant looked up to
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VIII
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    • the direction of the sub-physical members of the Goblins, Gnomes,
    • man. You know that we differentiate various members of man's nature.
    • al-ready developed the higher members of the spirit not yet possessed
    • to man, who is a three-membered being — spirit, soul, body.
    • The different members
    • of man when we distinguish his members as physical body, etheric body,
    • consists essentially of the four members first named, so that we can
    • say that his highest member is the ego or ‘I’ and the lowest is the
    • by this when you remember that the ego itself remains the same from
    • that the moment some member of our organism is brought to a higher stage
    • we have considered the different members of the human being we shall
    • be able to set before us the membering of these other beings.
    • one. We can also say that if man's higher members were not there
    • be interpenetrated by your higher members, and as soon as it is taken
    • purely of body and soul. Gnomes, Undines and Sylphs are two-membered
    • were told us then. Perhaps you will also remember the discovery of paper.
    • The group spirit is metamorphosed and its physical members merely renew
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • severed parts of group souls. We need only remember what was said at the
    • world, similarly formed animals being members of their group ego. We
    • to speak, the severing of the members which then extend into the physical
    • world, the loss of these members and their renewal.
    • as individual or member of social group — that has undergone a
    • into the other members they make use of the physical organs and consciousness
    • become individual, too. He remembers what he has experienced since birth
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • he may perhaps appear to a naive observation we need only remember that
    • in the members remaining here in the physical world, or in those which
    • were no minerals in the present earthly sense. Let us remember that
    • body and the ego are outside. But now let us remember that the astral
    • namely, the nervous system. For only when the astral body membered itself
    • man is a spiritual unity, that what happens in his higher members, the
    • Now let us remember something
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • but who have an etheric body as their lowest member. They are invisible
    • spiritual beings whose lowest member is the astral body, presenting
    • astral body as their lowest member need, however, something different
    • the astral body but is united with the etheric body. That is the member
    • — that united with these three members is what one generally comprises
    • spirit-self or Manas. If we place this more particularized membering
    • are all continued into the members which in waking consciousness are
    • from the spiritual world something for each of the body's members,
    • with the densest member of the human body, the forces have to be very
    • as their lowest member. With these beings man lives in the night; he



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