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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • "Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times."
    • initiated into the Mysteries of the ancient East, were to turn his
    • this quite clear. I mean a sage of the ancient Eastern civilisation would
    • own ancient time. And he would make it plain that in his time and his
    • an echo of the ancient civilisation still persists in Asia, even though
    • æsthetic, scientific and social life. This ancient
    • civilisation is in decline, and when the ancient oriental sage
    • says, “Love was the fundamental force of the ancient oriental
    • In those ancient
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • different from those of Western civilisation. In the ancient East,
    • entire being to it. It was cosmic knowledge that wove in the ancient
    • phenomena!” — that is how the precept of the ancient
    • — a special centre was ancient Ireland — then the
    • has been handed down as tradition from the researches of the ancient
    • stage of the ancient way of Eastern wisdom so that the teachers and
    • ancient times — if one desired to direct one's glance to the
    • arouse fear. And this fear felt by the ancient Mystery pupils of the
    • the ancient Oriental sage would have wished to express from out of his
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • consciousness, however, we do come through it. Then men of ancient
    • existence, has no place at all. Hence it is that the ancient Oriental,
    • was there in visible actuality for the perception of the ancient
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • ancient times, which have so often been envisaged in our
    • of ancient times, we find that the whole conception of the world
    • for example, concerning Moses, the great men of ancient China,
    • the great men of ancient India, Persia, Egypt — and further
    • in which it appeared in ancient times. In past epochs man could
    • and the ancient teachings of the Gods. If we wish to find Christ,
    • freely. But the content of the ancient cosmogonies was forced
    • In ancient times, the Christ was felt to be outside in the
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
    • Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern
    • an Oriental sage of ancient times, initiated in the Mysteries
    • of the East (we must go back to very ancient times of Oriental
    • misunderstand me. I mean: were a wise man of the ancient
    • all, a reminiscence of the ancient civilisation is still to be
    • civilisation is decadent and when the wise man of the ancient
    • ancient civilisation of the East, we must indeed say: In the
    • ancient times, the East contained little of what was demanded
    • enlightened world-conception of the ancient East, for it really
    • in the world around him. The ancient Oriental culture was
    • of the ancient East, did not contain a real following of the
    • demand of the ancient Eastern civilisation. But when Asiatic
    • there was a special site in ancient Ireland — the
    • preserved traditionally from the investigations of an ancient
    • one had to be, especially in those ancient times, before
    • is what the ancient sage of the East wished to express in the
    • disciples of the ancient civilisation of the East, this is what
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • sage of ancient times — we must return to very ancient
    • mysteries of the ancient East, were to turn his gaze on
    • this quite clear. I mean that a sage of the ancient Eastern
    • same mood of soul, as those of his ancient time. He would
    • life. Actually, an echo of the ancient civilization still
    • social life. This ancient civilization is in decline, and
    • when the ancient Oriental sage says, “Love was the
    • fundamental force of the ancient Oriental
    • ancient times there was in the Orient little of what
    • the ancient Greek culture. The ancient Eastern world
    • his environment. The ancient Oriental culture was founded
    • later Western culture. In the ancient East, man's inner gaze
    • cosmic knowledge that blossomed in the ancient Oriental
    • ancient Oriental culture would have been expressed.
    • was ancient Ireland — then the teachers and pupils of
    • it was uttered only in the more ancient mystery colonies of
    • researches of the ancient wisdom. It is received without
    • more ancient times traveling about in the world accompanied
    • the ancient path of Oriental wisdom: the teachers and pupils
    • prepared — above all in those ancient times — if
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • penetrate it, and the human beings of ancient Oriental wisdom
    • the ancient Oriental, who developed a peculiar longing to
    • for the ancient Oriental world conception as visible reality.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • ancient times who used to acquire knowledge from certain
    • being preserved from ancient times and when one then —
    • wisdom of the ancients. Between our time, when we wish to
    • wisdom of the ancients held sway, we have an age that was
    • ancient times, when he grew into this immediate environment
    • ancient Greece, the fulfillment of which must continue to be
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • human stage during the evolution of the ancient Moon, how the
    • archangeloi went through their human stage during the ancient
    • the ancient Saturn evolution. In short, if in the human being
    • 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
    • ancient, honest Titans wrapped in sandwich paper?”
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • ancient Indian civilization, the ancient Persian
    • “The ancients believed that God created the world. We
    • ancient times. You know, of course, that in ancient times
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • evolution. If we go back into ancient times, to which we have
    • of humanity is that in more ancient times the appearance was
    • today and more ancient human views.
    • mysteries in ancient times, we find that the whole view of
    • the case in more ancient times. In ancient times people had
    • great individuals of ancient China, about the great
    • individuals of ancient India, Persia, Egypt — and
    • ancient times. In past ages the human being could imagine a
    • between Christianity and the ancient teachings of the gods.
    • The content of the ancient cosmogonies was forced upon man,
    • a religious faith that is totally different from more ancient
    • today are pure fantasy. In more ancient times, people did not
    • experienced by a more ancient humanity as one with the
    • Christ. When speaking of Christ, the ancients pointed to the
    • outwardly luminous sun, the ancient human being sensed the



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