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- Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
- Mars, Saturn or Jupiter for instance which are outside in
- with we will consider Saturn as the outermost. If we look at Saturn
- which is seen out there is not what the occultist calls Saturn; to him
- Saturn is that which fills the whole space bounded by the apparently
- elliptical orbit of Saturn.
- You know that astronomy describes an orbit of Saturn which it
- interprets as the path of Saturn round the Sun. We will not at present
- circle as the orbit of Saturn, as astronomy conceives it, then
- everything which is within this orbit of Saturn, within the ellipse of
- Saturn, is to the occultist Saturn. For to him not only is that which
- the external eye sees as the most external physical matter, Saturn;
- accumulation exists which extends from the Sun to the orbit of Saturn
- orbit of Saturn, we have a sort of etheric filling in of the whole
- draw the Saturn of the occultist thus: as a much flattened
- physical Saturn. We shall understand still better what is in question
- Jupiter so that if we put wide sloping lines for Saturn, we can put
- etheric matter, fills the space within the orbit of Saturn in its
- disposition? That Spirit of Form which forms the basis of Saturn, sets
- sense we call Saturn. Thus the outermost line in the formation of
- Saturn has been shaped by the Spirit of Saturn, which is also a Spirit
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- Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
- all this we find when we direct our spiritual vision to Saturn, or to
- Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
- the Sun-condition, which for certain reasons is called the Saturn
- Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
- strictly adhered to. If we observe the planet Saturn in our system we
- substance which is inwardly animated by Saturn. From Jupiter we get
- Will, begins the formation of the planetary system on ancient Saturn
- If we observe our present-day Saturn, it presents itself in the first
- Because actually Saturn as planet, as well as ancient Saturn, the
- been able to observe Saturn at a very early condition of our earth
- space. In olden times Saturn would have revealed himself definitely
- is, in the primeval periods of our earth, Saturn would have been seen
- The tail of ancient Saturn took the most varied directions out into
- Saturn is absolutely the same phenomenon as the comet's tail. If you
- were to take the ring of Saturn as it circles round Saturn and open it
- sense as the other planets as belonging to our system from Saturn
- Thus, when we consider Saturn, especially in his ancient form, we see
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