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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • Mysteries
    • The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity
    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
    • Mysteries, whether Eastern or Western: contact with death, passage
    • nature of the Mysteries and their connection with the spiritual life
    • Everything that belongs to the Mysteries in their true nature is
    • impulses for practical training in the Mysteries have to be brought.
    • everything that we call the nature of the Mysteries. It is not for
    • Mysteries, everything in his soul-life must gradually become
    • for anyone wishing to penetrate the Mysteries, the aims and goals that
    • Whether we are speaking of Eastern Mysteries or Western Mysteries, all
    • have certain stages in common, Hence for all Mysteries certain
    • Initiation and the Mysteries must go through certain experiences. The
    • World”; the third was called in the Egyptian and other Mysteries
    • as he enters into the Mysteries. What then remains, over and above
    • Mysteries consists in a person coming to the point when he overcomes
    • has been designated in the Mysteries of all ages as “The Approach
    • a web. You see how the whole process of the Mysteries shows the
    • definite feeling that all training in the Mysteries consisted
    • become necessary and important that through the Mysteries something
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity
    • Experience at a definite stage of the Mysteries is that in respect of
    • quite special and important experience in the Mysteries. It was
    • cultivated as a real and immediate experience, first in the Mysteries
    • the Mysteries of the Holy Grail.
    • the time of the Egyptian Mysteries — when in sleep he saw the Sun
    • different Mysteries. Common to them all were, and are, the
    • experienced. at a quite definite stage of the Mysteries. From this
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity
    • remain silent when he wants to learn from them about those mysteries
    • those mysteries we have now described.
    • that the aspirant, through this Initiation, experienced the mysteries
    • to experience the birth of Osiris in those ancient Egyptian Mysteries,
    • a Son of the Widow in the Egyptian Mysteries; the point of time which
    • Mysteries of Egypt, but he took them with him. When he led his people
    • matters, what the experiences were like in the Mysteries of
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity
    • Ejeh". Candidates in the later Egyptian Mysteries felt that the
    • Parsifal: the ideal of later Initiation. Present-day Mysteries are an
    • Egyptian Mysteries. In a certain sense this brought us to the last
    • described as characteristic of the nature of all Mysteries these four
    • modern man, acquainted with the nature of the Mysteries, when he looks
    • within the Mysteries of ancient times. We had to point to the tragic
    • the Cosmic Power known as Isis in the Egyptian Mysteries. From the
    • who were being initiated in the later Egyptian Mysteries had seen
    • Mysteries. And they had to bring into the picture what they could see
    • post-Christian renewal of the principle of the ancient Mysteries.
    • Eastern Mysteries,
    • in the depths of the Mysteries finds expression in the most varied
    • pictures of external facts to inner mysteries which were taking place
    • to experience through the later Mysteries is bound up with the
    • mysteries. Today, naturally, we can give only a sketchy outline of
    • these mysteries; but it may provide a starting-point for more detailed
    • studies which may one day be undertaken regarding these mysteries of
    • no need to learn in the Eastern and Egyptian Mysteries. One needs to
    • acquainted with the nature of the Mysteries: a personality who was
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