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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
- the successive epochs. Attainment of Initiation in the present age is
- the principle of Initiation must also change in the successive epochs
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
- Repetition in every epoch of the earlier experiences of humanity.
- Secrets of the Egypto-Chaldean epoch were related to the inpouring
- the fifth epoch these secrets must work right into the Consciousness
- the Egyptian epoch. We transpose ourselves into this mood and find.
- kind of repetition of what has gone before. In every later epoch the
- form. We know that in the third post-Atlantean epoch the emphasis was
- on the Sentient Soul; in the fourth, the Graeco-Latin epoch, it was on
- is the special task of our own epoch, the fifth. For the candidate for
- Initiation all these things are important, because in a given epoch
- soul-principle which is specially connected with that epoch. The
- of the fifth post-Atlantean culture-epoch must be connected with the
- Consciousness Soul. But in the dawn of this fifth epoch there must
- gone through in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Then something is
- post-Atlantean epoch, with its special emphasis on the arising of the
- post-Atlantean epoch, the Graeco-Latin time, during which the Mystery
- repetition before the souls of the fifth epoch. They were secrets
- between the way in which these secrets had emerged in the third epoch
- and the way in which they were presented in the fifth epoch.
- forces which were seen when in the third epoch souls were transported
- epoch these forces inspired certain individuals. In the dawn of the
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