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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • view, and which we may call an extraordinarily dangerous error in a
    • basically through Cognition that we form a picture of the content of
    • impulses to do the one and avoid the other. Even what we call our
    • It is not only aesthetically but morally unpleasant to see the
    • person after the so-called Resurrection was something that worked up
    • Spirit, symbolically indicated by the laying on of hands. In the
    • Spirit-element was to call forth. No influence was to be exerted on
    • those who are usually called Jesuits. The radical, fundamental
    • difference between what we justifiably call the Christian way of the
    • merely exoterically, but also esoterically, for it is rooted in
    • find that the pupil has first to call up a vivid Imagination of
    • else. The pupil has to call up for himself, in absolute solitude and
    • This must call forth the fear of being forsaken by God, and
    • feelings have been called forth in the pupil, then for several weeks
    • be regarded as intrinsically holy, the element that ought not to be
    • any influence which could in the remotest sense be called Jesuitical.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • call themselves Rosicrucians. But it must be emphasised just as
    • without further explanation be equated with what may be called the
    • or fifth degree; one could go through what was called the Rosicrucian
    • and one could experience something of what is called the mystical
    • which, if only we follow them out logically — and this can
    • certainly only by outstanding individual thinkers. We need only call
    • the idea occurs sporadically. Drossbach, a nineteenth-century
    • ideas appear quite sporadically, and it is right that in spite of
    • earth-lives as logical — which means hypothetically true. So do
    • call forth the Imaginations which are contained in the Gospels.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • in the physical world, but in the world we usually call the world of
    • called an Adept.
    • entangled in matter, allegorically designated as the ‘Fall of
    • Man’. But it was the Fall that first called man to his present
    • concerned Christ Himself. And what part was man called upon to take
    • the facts of nature, is to be recognised philosophically. Neither of
    • natural forces work mechanically, and thought-powers have only
    • Pascal and Soloviev have so memorably described: we can call it
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • experience, and this inner experience may indeed be called the
    • by what may be called the Vision of Christ.
    • what may be called the Christian Initiation. In the next few days we
    • pre-Christian times were radically different from those of the
    • from the words of Augustine: ‘What we now call the Christian
    • differs radically from all previous interpretations. Anyone who takes
    • up our printed lecture-cycles on the Gospels, or recalls them from
    • was carried out by the Being we call the Christ on the great stage of
    • cannot be right merely to call someone to him and impart to him the
    • significance and even called him an Adept. Yet when we go through
    • have something that must be called misrepresentation, not only a
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • you recall that in the course of our lectures we have come to look
    • Let us recall the
    • From the preceding incarnation nothing of what man calls his Ego
    • parable of King Milinda and the Buddhist sage. Of what we call the
    • this incarnation I call myself an ‘Ego’, this is not
    • call my Ego is only a Maya of the present incarnation.
    • way, and he must clearly understand that what we call the Ego has no
    • them it was expressed externally in the human form. Let us now recall
    • polarically opposed: the Greek current, which set the highest value
    • ancient Hebraism held very strongly to this so called heresy, and it
    • me.” And his wife stands there beside him, and calls upon him
    • physically. Strange! Suddenly, in this consciousness that stands
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • To see how important this is, we need only recall a passage in the
    • Let us recall
    • But this passage includes one detail that calls for particular
    • Thomas, called the Doubter, could lay his finger in the prints of the
    • Christ. He calls the first Adam the progenitor of men on Earth
    • first Adam. What Paul seems to require of all who call themselves
    • call themselves Christians should cause something within them to
    • allegorically and to say it was meant in such and such a way; but all
    • these substances and forces there belongs something else, best called
    • period that the physical body received the Phantom. We call these
    • symbolically, and factually in occult science, as the entry of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • in the true sense we can call the fourth member of human nature, has
    • cosmic-ally and historically into view. But how is it when we look at
    • We will take this diagram to represent schematically what we call our
    • earth. What the Divine Spirits prepared, which yesterday we called
    • this is symbolically expressed in the Bible as the Fall, together
    • the specifically mortal part of the physical body had to disappear,
    • original cell. Now imagine that, through what we may call a mystical
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • this question as far as possible, we must recall briefly what we know
    • magnetic effects, one might perhaps call them nowadays. Thus all the
    • incarnations, beginning with him whom the Bible calls ‘Adam’,
    • truly be called a primal human language. It is the disuniting spirits
    • of Gautama Buddha, there was present in this child what we may call
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • called it Zentralsinn (inner light). Oetinger, who worked in
    • what was called ‘inner light’. What in those days was
    • regarding this difficult matter, let us recall something very
    • Let me recall to you
    • exoterically in two ways. One way was to show that all matter is
    • clever people of the nineteenth century. You need only recall how
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • cannot recall that he has experienced or done it in the past. If he
    • this deed will be karmically balanced.
    • twentieth century and may be called the second Christ-Event, so that
    • how the past flows over into the future. When, for example, we recall
    • there is no human speech which works so magically that when a moral
    • which is so holy that he who speaks it can be called a Bringer of the
    • call it: redemption from the impulse brought by the Luciferic forces
    • and designated symbolically in the Bible as ‘original sin’,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • consciousness when a topic has to be discussed which calls for the
    • point of all thought and feeling, and moreover that He has called forth
    • as compared with what was called later the “Historical Jesus.”
    • of what we call historical criticism these records fall to pieces. For
    • the words of St. Augustine: “That which we now call the Christian
    • were taught something comparable with what is now called science or
    • unattainable by external sight and thought. This was called “The
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • to-day when they confront scientific truths. What we now call science
    • Observation of the world by what we call reasoning and logic having
    • nature-forces, called by the names of Isis and Osiris, when it was
    • were the objects sought for, and in the Greek Mysteries they called
    • what indeed could be called knowledge, i.e., Gnosis. Arrived at that
    • Initiation is different. Here we touch upon what must be called the
    • called this Primal man Adam. According to old Hebraic ideas that which
    • be called by the Name of Christ not only worked through the world as a
    • called intimate soul experiences in order to come to God; their inner
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • may call an extraordinarily dangerous error in a
    • and most significant question. For it is basically
    • what we call our conscience, however vague the
    • compulsion. It is not only aesthetically but morally
    • brought about from person to person after the so-called
    • receive for the first time the Spirit, symbolically
    • the development of the Spirit-element was to call
    • taken by those who are usually called Jesuits. The
    • justifiably call the Christian way of the Spirit and
    • lightly, or merely exoterically, but also
    • esoterically, for it is rooted in esotericism. It is
    • points, we find that the pupil has first to call up
    • preceded by something else. The pupil has to call up
    • the most fearful punishments.’ This must call forth
    • When these 2 feelings have been called forth in the
    • could in the remotest sense be called Jesuitical.



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