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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • from the sun's light, and its earthly circumstances were also
    • civilisation of the whole Earth. This is evidenced by all the
    • peoples on earth may have free access to the Chinese market, and so
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • as you may read in my Outline of Occult Science, of how our Earth
    • is a speech toned down for the earth-world, but within us a speech is
    • spoken that goes out beyond the earth, for it speaks out of that
    • the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing men.
    • earth may come to an end, but matter will never be destroyed.
    • Certainly (he is told) a time will come when the earth will be one
    • some time in the future cease to be. Heaven and earth will pass away.
    • of destruction — that will live on after heaven and earth are
    • then heaven and earth may pass away, but the Logos, the Christ,
    • earth, then something comes to life in the chaos within him, seed is
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • When we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • is to say, if we do not take anything out of earthly life for our
    • Here on earth,
    • is then the human being. What is concealed here on earth, becomes
    • as it were. Here on earth, he feels that he is free in regard to
    • would perceive here on earth if every sense perception were to
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • development of the earth and of the human race. But man lost
    • indications about the beginning and end of the earth. We might
    • development of the earth. But when he went back still further, he
    • people thought that life on earth and the earth itself would end
    • surveyed, which lies between the beginning and end of the earth.
    • existence upon the earth. The Kant-Laplace nebula instead, does
    • not enable him to understand human life on earth. If you take the
    • again find that they enabled man to grasp his earthly existence.
    • the earth and obtained thoughts which encompassed man.
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • as a being connected with the beginning and end of the earth.
    • of the earth, and it obtained its meaning through the conceptions
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  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • earth, under another influence of the earth's condition, than
    • through the earthly conditions prevailing in the West. This
    • earth. It can be seen in everything appearing to-day as
    • organizing China in order that all the other nations on earth
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • under a different effect of sunlight on the earth, and its
    • earthly conditions were also different from those of the
    • when he penetrated, by virtue of the earthly conditions of
    • the civilization of the whole earth. This is shown by all the
    • or how to provide all the trading peoples on earth with free
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • of how our earth will one day face annihilation, and of how
    • struggle between what man on earth is already bringing to
    • toned down for the earthly world, but within our inner being
    • a language is spoken that goes out beyond the earth, because
    • away with the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing
    • thing, and that if the earth comes to an end matter will
    • when the earth will be one vast cemetery, but this cemetery
    • Heaven and earth will pass away, for what we see of the stars
    • transient. Heaven and earth will pass away, but the inner
    • earth are no longer there; it will live on just as the seed
    • heaven and earth may pass away, but the Logos, the Christ,
    • the Christ has come to earth, then something comes to life in
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • on earth, we cannot look for it within the animal; we must
    • earth-soul. The whole earth-soul has a dreaming consciousness
    • as the earth takes part in cosmic becoming does it flicker up
    • winter, when there is a kind of waking of the earth, whereas
    • entirely wrong to conclude that the earth awakes in summer
    • the warm time of the year, the earth exists in a sleeping, or
    • possessed by physical, earthly things but a life that
    • activity through which the content of our former earthly life
    • into our present life on earth. We exercise this activity
    • and through it, in going through repeated earthly lives, we
    • our former earthly life, surrender ourselves to the earthly
    • through inspiring turned outward. In going from earthly life
    • to earthly life we are interwoven with those beings who live
    • Indeed, the human being owes to earthly existence the mastery
    • world of spiritual necessities. This earthly life receives
    • earthly lives.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • through birth into the earthly world from the soul spiritual
    • evolving through the Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Earth evolutions,
    • earthly evolution of the human being. One can thus say that
    • consciousness how in some moment of his earthly life man is
    • beings who have come into earthly existence through birth. On
    • individual, in what is incorporated into the new earthly
    • earthly existence through birth. The human being would go to
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • make man's physical life on earth comprehensible by asking
    • earthly evolution that encompasses many years we live as
    • earth to be a purely mineral affair, from the content of the
    • earth does not come about, a deepening of human thinking,
    • come down to earthly existence having a loose relationship to
    • their kind about the configuration of humanity on the earth,
    • him once more into physical, earthly life, he enters
    • the earthly limits of his being.
    • nearly he approaches earthly life, the more he draws himself
    • Existence toward a new life on earth he is subject to cosmic
    • laws, just as here on earth he is subject to earthly laws. We
    • confine himself within the appropriate limits for earthly
    • being returns into earthly life. As here on earth, however,
    • and moon, so on our way back to the earth the being of man is
    • of Existence, however, until the next life on earth, the
    • earth, we behold what is within the human organization,
    • renewed existence on earth. We behold the human being
    • dependent on what works on us from the earth, so we are
    • beyond the earthly — it is no longer a question of
    • in the same way, as during our life here in an earthly
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • the Earth evolution, in which he is still involved. We also
    • Moon, and Earth evolutions. We know that the first rudiments
    • the Earth evolution is actually the time during which the I
    • ego through the bond of the human being with the earth, for
    • through those forces that exist on earth the I is formed, is
    • his earthly evolution, all that he acquires within the
    • earthly evolution. We bear through the portal of death just
    • what belongs to the earthly evolution, and it is during the
    • earthly evolution that the mineral world has been added to
    • the earth.
    • comprehend the earth only in a general way, however, as it
    • imperfectly. The earth as world body, as it were, is a being
    • observe the metals in the earth to find that they are of
    • himself from the earth with the mineral consciousness
    • originates from the whole earth, and it originates simply
    • because the earth is a complete planet in the cosmos. What is
    • therefore say that when the human being leaves the earth he
    • takes with him from the differentiated earth, from the earth
    • earth (see drawing, page 119).
    • astral fruit of the earth, as described in my book,
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • through today, during his earthly existence. To view the
    • forces working outside in earthly, physical nature destroy
    • within the forces composing the earth in the mineral, plant,
    • earth. Before a human being enters embryonic life, and after
    • physical body cannot be said to belong to the earth at all.
    • Only during the human physical, earthly life is this physical
    • not to the earth. This becomes clear upon simple, ordinary
    • physical body has no existence on the earth; but neither does
    • picture-nature does not succumb to the earthly processes.
    • earth will no longer be in existence it will be carried on
    • into the future evolutionary stages of the earth. Out of this
    • dead on the earth, and the plant realm which, immersing
    • earth conveying its substances to the plants through the
    • immersed itself in possesses life: an entire living earth,
    • our earth — called in my Outline of Occult Science the
    • our present earthly existence. What is in us as forces of
    • existence within the earthly. A few days after we have gone
    • the forces of earthly existence. By means of its own being,
    • future earth, as it were, or the Jupiter planet. The
    • earthly; this sensation will be a cosmic sensation, a
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • aside here on the earth, but which, in being dissolved in the
    • earthly realm, becomes seed for what the earth becomes after
    • it has disappeared as earth; we learn to know our etheric
    • wide universe, but it becomes the seed for what the earth is
    • I-sheath, however, as we have it here on earth as human
    • beings, we received into our being only during this earthly
    • their I-culture. The earthly I cannot comprehend the concepts
    • through the earthly organization. A person constructs a
    • I-culture, which man received first during earthly existence,
    • us assume that the earth is here (see
    • earth after the earth has passed through its decline. On
    • can be taken up through earthly culture, this I-consciousness
    • ceases along with the earth; then the human being becomes an
    • earthly I, and, as an earthly I, he ceases to exist along
    • with the earth. He must evolve himself further in other forms.
    • earth, in order to develop himself further in these future
    • earthly metamorphoses.
    • being the life force that can guide him beyond mere earthly
    • human being something that carries him beyond earthly
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • the I lives as a fully conscious entity in the earthly human
    • earthly human beings, we can possess only so much as is
    • deal about the starry skies and the surface of the earth.
    • thought content that fulfills him only here on earth. Only
    • that one know what can be acquired here on earth as real,
    • century, is something that has significance only in earthly
    • the human being really can acquire only through earthly life,
    • but also something that can be only an earthly possession for
    • for the earth. It is very important for modern man to
    • significance only for earthly life. In our ordinary schools,
    • earthly existence.
    • from without, as it were, while during earthly life they were
    • during earthly life could say, “My soul experiences are
    • within. What I describe there as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and Earth
    • our earth that lives chiefly in warmth: where these things
    • abstractly here on earth. He experiences this light by
    • consider what appears everywhere in our earthly circumstances
    • itself: it is what comprises the content of the earth, of the
    • solidity. Our entire earth is perceived from the viewpoint of
    • here on earth, we perceive its separate entities, insofar as
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • death; everything on earth that he fulfills out of the
    • we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • founded on anything in earthly life — then we create
    • Here on earth,
    • is concealed here on earth becomes manifest in the spiritual
    • free in his perceiving here on earth, where he may turn his
    • perceived in the same way as he would perceive here on earth
    • the appearance of the earth, but between death and a new
    • human being really develops freedom on earth, that is, if he
    • human being had mental images of the evolution of the earth,
    • indications concerning the beginning and end of the earth. We
    • physics, people thought that earthly existence disintegrates
    • as it were, between the beginning and end of the earth.
    • very precise notions of the beginning and end of the earth,
    • him to grasp his own existence upon the earth. The
    • to grasp human life on earth.
    • again find something that enabled man to grasp his earthly
    • beginning of the earth and came to conceptions that
    • encompassed man. Conceptions of the end of the earth remained
    • about the end of the earth, which were handed down as far as
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