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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • with that form of death which, in the land where the Christ-Event
    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the cross did not affect
    • concluded that someone who suffered such a death could not be the
    • Christ Jesus, through his subjection to the shameful death on the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • death. One could reach this stage and acquire exceptionally high
    • death, I knew nothing of it.’
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • died, a God overcame death — we will speak later concerning the
    • the gate of death. Now there are a great many men, especially those
    • etheric body after death. We know that on passing through the gate of
    • death we separate ourselves from the physical body. The individual is
    • originated in Rosicrucianism: Moses presents man in the hour of death
    • — Moses presents man in the hour of his death with the record
    • Indeed, the similarity goes so far that after the death of this
    • appeared after His death to the disciples. And when from the
    • first incarnation, in (b) a life between death and a new birth, in
    • (c) a second incarnation followed again by (d) a life between death
    • death and a new birth, independent of those parts of the etheric body
    • bowing Himself to death on the Cross. And that, too, is the only
    • to immortality, but to death. In beautiful meditations this great
    • death extends over everything. If we look at external nature, our
    • knowledge replies, ‘Death is!’ But within us lives the
    • death, as all natural being ends. Yet all natural existence tells us,
    • Death is!’ Hence the human soul is under the necessity
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • of Man into two parts: the period between birth and death, and the
    • period which runs its course between death and a new birth. Let us
    • much is cast off immediately after death, but an extract of this
    • incarnation to another. In the first days directly after death we
    • after death, we find that scarcely any notice is taken of the
    • part destroyed by death.’ This supreme love for the external
    • when he has passed through the gate of death. And we can fully
    • when the body perished in death. Now let us consider another
    • ‘Birth is sorrow, sickness is sorrow, old age is sorrow, death
    • heights and returns to divine-spiritual heights at death, is exposed
    • away by death, is anything else than name and form, believes
    • indicate a man between birth and death. The man dies. The time when
    • between birth and death? A summation of causes: the results of acts,
    • concept of the Ego, is lost when he goes through the gate of death.
    • off the human form entirely on passing through death, as he was on
    • as sorrowful when the bodily form had to disappear with death.
    • that I look with horror on what will happen to it after death.’
    • to tragedy in face of the phenomenon of death, but tragic feeling is
    • more. For the Hebrew knows that when in death his bodily form falls
    • simply through the fact of death. Still, the predisposition to
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • long time, went through a kind of death and a kind of resurrection.
    • in death. With this body men are ‘clothed’. The second
    • individual passes through the gate of death, Paul says: ‘With
    • gate of death. On this same soil, out of which this tragic mood of
    • the disintegration of water into hydrogen and oxygen. In death this
    • apparent fact that at death man lays aside his physical body? But
    • Form. Directly after death the Form begins to withdraw from the dead
    • clairvoyance it seems evident that at death a person simply discards
    • clairvoyant then observes how after death the Ego, astral body, and
    • life between death and a new birth, while the rest of the astral body
    • we see given over after death to the grave or the fire. The Phantom
    • which fall asunder after death are essentially those we meet
    • which is handed over at death to the elements of the Earth? No —
    • not the physical body that is laid aside at death. It is the Phantom,
    • Earth, which are given off again at death, only because Lucifer
    • hour of death. The Christ-Jesus-Being, however, stands before us as
    • Ego, so that during the three years up to his death he was not
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • the gate of death. We have said that the body which falls to pieces
    • with the fact, related in the Old Testament, that death followed the
    • Fall. Death was indeed the result of the disorganisation of the
    • through the gate of death, he has to see the dissolution of his
    • the Phantom, is indeed borne by man from birth to death. The
    • crumbling away goes on all the time, and the decomposition, the death
    • processes of reconstruction, death finally ensues.
    • working of Lucifer, and death. And now let us look at this working.
    • of the Christ, had gone through such a death that after three days
    • death, the body of Christ Jesus, has risen from the grave and in the
    • been present on earth, through the death of a man, that which came to
    • had passed through the gate of death, and had gone through the period
    • between death and a new birth, they had brought to earth with them
    • in a general way on the outer. No one, having gone through death, had
    • ever overcome death as a human Phantom. Similar things had certainly
    • complete human death and that the complete Phantom had then gained
    • victory over death. Just as it is true that only this Phantom can
    • for this to happen, this rescue of the human Phantom through death,
    • descended into a body of flesh, and how did death come about in the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • fruits of our life for its future evolution. When in death we forsake
    • at death, had degenerated in the course of time up to the Mystery of
    • material portions of a human body hold together after death in the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • ‘What will become of me when I go through the gate of death
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • Crowning with Thorns; The Mystic Death; The Burial; the Resurrection;
    • one can experience the Crowning of Thorns, the Mystic Death, and so
    • Mystical Death, the Burial, and the Resurrection, as these also have
    • men of the future feel: ‘I am going through the gate of death
    • through the gate of death, we shall be incarnated again in a later
    • of humanity. And this happens principally in the time between death
    • with those who have fallen asleep, will be in the time between death
    • or in the time between death and a new birth, if he has prepared
    • then go unprepared through the life between death and a new birth,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • of Nazareth in Whom Mithra lived and Who then passed through death, an
    • control and energy) had Himself died with the death of Jesus. It was
    • over death. Herein lies the true Christian meaning of the Resurrection
    • that thereby human nature had won the victory over death, and that by
    • death. Henceforth he preached that what for the Initiates had
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • with the crucifixion; with that form of death which,
    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the
    • someone who suffered such a death could not be the
    • Jesus, through his subjection to the shameful death



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