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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Introductory Lecture
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    • historical external figure, while at the same time it is a
    • spiritual knowledge, just as the source of external knowledge
    • spirit are transformed just as once the external physical
    • which the diverse external forms can originate, a living
    • to the soul through no external sense, on no outer path. Here
    • generations, which is the external bearer of the common
    • reached only in the spiritual realm and not in external
    • Force, once historically and externally present, through whom
    • external figure of Christ Jesus, and every degree of
    • Christianity — can grasp it externally. At the same
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture I
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    • objective sense-existence can be recognized as the external
    • face to his heart and soul. All that he sees externally, the
    • purely spiritual proceedings were to take place externally in
    • far future in external life and be visible to the senses.
    • were enveloped in a certain symbolism; external events were
    • external interpretation. Thus many people came to this point
    • its head, this externalization of the spirituality of
    • perceived with external senses; and it is given in the way in
    • plastically worked into it as ears and eyes. The external
    • the impressions of the external world. These work through the
    • plastically on the astral body, as at one time external
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture II
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    • appear in their external form as if the human physical body
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture III
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    • had been seen spiritually — all this external world
    • here in external sense-appearance is a worthless and vain
    • age man comes still nearer to the external sensible reality.
    • “All that is there, all that I can see with external
    • much by these external means. For example, the telegraph is
    • divided in space in the external world, represent to him
    • cultural epoch — strange to external_ life, not filled
    • man never works according to evolution if he hates external
    • works, if he ceases to love external works. The community at
    • Ephesus forsook the love for external works. So it is quite
    • sect called the Nicolaitanes, who considered the external
    • you love the external world you vivify it, you exalt it to
    • once the God of Light who had an enemy, external matter, the
    • created his image even in the media of external culture. The
    • body, of which the external physical body is the expression,
    • so that no external power can any longer play upon us if we
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IV
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    • thousands of years the external physiognomy changes and after
    • signifies the instrument for the over-coming of the external
    • killed as they were” — will be killed as to the external
    • external sense world. How have we described the seven stars?
    • constructed man. Symbolically the external physical sun and
    • the external moon disappear, they become like a human being,
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture V
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    • externally to light up; so that if one follows it, it appears
    • a condition not externally perceptible to senses like those
    • external means. This substance of the ancient Moon died
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VI
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    • external colour appear to be laid on the surface; only later
    • External events were
    • have described as the awakening of external consciousness was
    • into the inner astral brilliance to which the external sun is
    • to the same extent arose the external light which represents
    • the spiritual beings shone externally upon the earth. Man
    • prepared himself to look upon the external light as something
    • external world. That which previously was open to him, the
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VII
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    • will possess what he has gradually acquired in the external
    • this Empire man became fully conscious as an external
    • further external culture. This has to be so. It would have
    • the spirit, the external shape would again come to resemble
    • external form will be like Christ Jesus; but those who remain
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VIII
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    • in the most external egoism. Such things are always provided
    • beautiful in their external material form; who will bear an
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IX
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    • animals below, but man is not yet visible to external eyes;
    • external physical expression for something etheric. I will
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture X
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    • pictures and is but slightly related to the real external
    • external objects, but in his soul's field of vision he has
    • present time he has only an external view of it — he
    • as he now makes as external object. And he will have ascended
    • house, the most external part that is intended to be used by
    • way man gradually emerged into the external world.
    • external human form absorbs then. These three are only
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture XI
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    • horn. Wherever the external astral forces go in and out of
    • external physical life,
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture XII
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    • externally to humanity by the disciple whom the Lord loved

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