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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • with Sun, Moon and Stars. In his feeling and perception the green
    • the influence of the Moon on the weather, and so on the vegetation of
    • tried to show that the influence of the new Moon on rainfall is
    • different from that of the full Moon, and so on. There were many
    • Gustav Theodor Fechner and his studies of the Moon. One of those who
    • opinion that it certainly does not depend on the full Moon or the new
    • Moon whether for fourteen days we have more rain or less. Fechner
    • at new Moon, while his own wife put out hers at full Moon, and they
    • the plant, so does he learn to speak of his astral body as the Moon,
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • the activities of beings associated with the Sun and the Moon in
    • Moon-existence, who work down out of the Cosmos in order likewise to
    • Moon; he showed how wonderfully the structure of the Cosmos is adapted
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • forces of the Zodiac and planets, particularly of the Sun and Moon. In
    • co-operation of the Sun and Moon, and to the shifting influences of
    • the Sun and Moon as they pass through the signs of the Zodiac. (I am
    • and Moon during their passage through the signs of the Zodiac. The
    • the spiritual forces of the Sun and Moon were represented by King



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