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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • reach and compass than the sphere of religion as we normally
    • what they are now wont to call religion, the substance and content of
    • form, outside the narrow bounds of ordinary religion.
    • of religion and becomes universal. When on Good Friday, in the year
    • relation between religion in the ordinary sense and Christianity. The
    • other, the relation between religion and Christianity, if rightly
    • religion in our modern sense. What now forms the content of the various
    • religions was a perceived reality to the majority of human beings in
    • the times of Atlantis. Just as little as you yourselves need religion
    • trees, as little did the Atlantean need religion in order to believe
    • preserved was expressed in the form of the folk-religion — here
    • in one, there in another religion — according to the constitution
    • obtaining in the folk-religions of the different regions. Here, then,
    • we see the primal wisdom as the fount and basis of all religion.
    • What is religion, fundamentally speaking? It is the intermediary
    • perception. Religion was the proclamation, the announcement of the
    • merely proclaim the existence of higher worlds, nor be mere religion,
    • of religion to tell them of the ancient gods, because they will again
    • will no longer require religion in order to believe in gods whom they
    • will once again behold, any more than they required religion
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VI
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    • Christianity as religion of humanity is greater than all religions...
    • find religions existing there as preparation for Christianity. We see
    • religions, it is true, among the Indians and the Persians but religions
    • are national, tribal, racial religions, appearing with the coloring
    • With the Christian religion an element entered humanity's evolution
    • beginning at once broke through the principles of all earlier religions.
    • there, not as a religion which might be a national religion but, if
    • it is rightly understood, as a religion of mankind. In that the Christian
    • therefore has begun as a religion, for humanity was founded on religion.
    • Yet religion must be replaced by wisdom, by knowledge. In so far as
    • religion rests upon faith and is not inflamed with the fire of full
    • worlds. From religion mankind evolves to wisdom, glowed through by love.
    • Now we can ask: If religion
    • is to merge into knowledge, if man is no longer given religion according
    • no longer exist? There will be no religion that is founded on mere faith.
    • Christianity will remain; in its origins it was religion — but
    • Christianity is greater than all religion! That is Rosicrucian wisdom.
    • than the religious principle of any other religion. But Christianity
    • strip off the sheaths of faith and become wisdom-religion, and spiritual
    • without the old forms of religion and faith, but they will not be able
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • to have his own religion. The idea floats before quite a number that
    • a time must come when there are as many religions and truths as persons.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • can be immersed in the sphere of wisdom, art, religion — all this

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