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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • This lecture has been authorized for the Western hemisphere,
    • glance towards modern Western civilisation, he might perhaps say to
    • speak thus if he stood again to-day among Western people with the
    • different from those of Western civilisation. In the ancient East,
    • to spread westwards; as soon, indeed, as Mystery colonies were
    • Mysteries began to develop their colonies still further to the west
    • faced, by virtue of the geographical features of the West and its
    • But by means of all that the men of the East brought to the Western
    • by virtue of the terrestrial configuration of the West, to the
    • the West which, externally, still have a great influence. But it is
    • secret societies of the West: “There are secrets concerning
    • aware that in the course of time many men in Western countries (I am not
    • pupils of the Mystery colonies that came to the West could penetrate
    • Mystery colonies of the West, and especially of Ireland. “In
    • what he really is within Western civilisation. Enclosed within
    • what will happen to Western civilisation; yes, and to the
    • physical body. This centre of destruction within modern Western man
    • West was overcome only by disclosing to them the whole weight of the
    • knowledge by saying: “You modern Westerners live entirely
    • about a living difference to-day between the East and the West. In
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • This lecture has been authorized for the Western hemisphere by,
    • to the great contradiction between East and West. In times past the Oriental
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • developed as the peculiarly Western method.
    • experiences. The man of the West makes no distinction between God the
    • the Western world we can see how since the 15th century there has been a
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • turn his gaze on present-day Western civilisation, he would
    • perhaps say to those belonging to this Western civilisation: To
    • civilisation of the East to stand amongst Western people with
    • culture began to spread more toward the West, and Mystery
    • colonies of the Mysteries extended still farther West
    • conditions of the West, and consequently, the completely
    • different elementary formation of the Western world. What these
    • of the West as an acquisition gained by contemplating the world
    • colonies of Eastern origin founded in Western countries. A word
    • through the earthly conditions prevailing in the West. This
    • in secret orders and in secret societies of the West, that have
    • taken as a motto in the secret orders of the West: Secrets exist
    • of Central Europe, but those of Western countries) learnt a
    • to the West, enabled them to see clearly behind memory into
    • into the Mystery-colonies of Ireland, and of the West in
    • civilisation of the West. Within the world's evolution,
    • place in genera! in the civilisation of the West and of the
    • man of the West; knowledge points it out. It is far worse,
    • disciples of the Mysteries of the West were only able to
    • words: You modern people of the West live entirely in fear. You
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • modern Western civilization, he might say to its
    • among Western people with the same standard of education, the
    • later Western culture. In the ancient East, man's inner gaze
    • civilization began to spread westward. As soon, indeed, as
    • colonies still further to the West — a special center
    • virtue of the geographical conditions of the Western world
    • the East to the Western mystery colonies, however, man's gaze
    • colonies transported from the Orient and founded in Western
    • the West, to knowledge of the human being. Tradition has
    • the secret orders and secret societies of the West that
    • a kind of motto in the secret orders of the West:
    • Europe but in Western lands — learn in their secret
    • of the mystery centers that came to the West could penetrate
    • East into the mystery colonies of the West, especially
    • what he really is within Western civilization. Within Western
    • That is what will happen to Western civilization, yes, and to
    • body. This source of destruction within modern Western man is
    • mystery pupils of the West was overcome only by disclosing to
    • his knowledge by saying, “You modern Westerners live
    • West. In the West, human beings have a blood, they have a
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • drew attention to the great contrast between East and West.
    • the sense phenomena, while the human being of the West has
    • been cultivated as the peculiarly Western method.
    • Christ are experiences. The human being of the West makes no
    • the Western world it can be seen how since the fifteenth
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • us to be truly human, right into the lowest stages of our
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • seed a future world planet with its lowest realm being a



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