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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • cosmos we have the crumbling away of matter in the moon, and in the sun
    • Imagination is active, then we can see in the moon something that is
    • moon is situated, its matter splits up and disperses like dust into
    • the world. The matter of the moon is perpetually being collected from
    • moon in the consciousness of Imagination, you have a perpetual
    • convergence of matter to the place where the moon is; it collects
    • cosmos. You see the moon like this: first a circle, then a smaller,
    • closer circle, until the circle becomes the moon itself. Then it
    • falls to pieces; it is strewn out over the cosmos. In the moon,
    • centre of the moon, but cannot endure it; it stops short there and
    • that the moon appears quiet. It is not quiet. It is for ever
    • develops astrality. In the moon there is no astrality; there is
    • is not tolerated, any more than in the moon, but it has a fructifying
    • our cosmos. Thus in the contrast between sun and moon we can see a
    • cosmic manifestation of the two opposite processes: in the moon
    • our “moon.” That is the inner moon. Matter is destroyed
    • — where the moon is. But then comes the influence of the sun,
    • moon.” The matter which is dissolving there into dust is
    • falling under the moon influence, and as constantly absorbing the
    • the cosmos: the moon-nature directed towards pulverising and
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • in the moon, and in the sun we have a
    • where Imagination is active — we can see in the moon a
    • scattering itself abroad. There, where the moon is situated,
    • The matter of the moon is perpetually being gathered from its
    • see drawing, above). If one looks at the moon
    • convergence of matter in the place where the moon is; it
    • dust into the world. The moon is actually seen like-this
    • circle becomes the moon itself. Then it dissolves, splinters;
    • it is strewn out over the entire world. In the moon, matter
    • center of the moon but cannot tolerate it;it stops short
    • sensory vision that the moon appears peaceful.It is not
    • develops astrality. In the moon there is no astrality; there
    • the contrast between sun and moon we thus see a cosmic
    • manifestation of two opposite processes: in the moon matter
    • our own moon nature. That is the inner moon. Matter is
    • where the moon is. Then, however, the radiance of the sun
    • moon nature. The matter inwardly dissolving there into dust
    • man, matter is continuously falling under the moon influence,
    • in the cosmos: the moon nature directed toward splintering
    • in what is sun-like in the world.What is of the moon nature
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • evolving through the Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Earth evolutions,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • and moon, so on our way back to the earth the being of man is
    • of the moon with the rest of the planets.
    • stars, the sun, the moon, mountains, valleys, rivers, and the
    • as the spiritual behind sun, moon, and stars, behind
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • and Moon evolutions, and how the human being then arrived at
    • Moon, and Earth evolutions. We know that the first rudiments
    • those of the astral body during the Moon evolution, and that
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • human stage during the evolution of the ancient Moon, how the
    • human stage during the ancient Moon evolution. If I therefore
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • what is related about the ancient Saturn, Sun, and Moon
    • ancient Moon, Sun, and Saturn. Here we would have the next
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • within. What I describe there as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Earth



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