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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."
    • an oriental sage of early times, who had been
    • own ancient time. And he would make it plain that in his time and his
    • times there was in the Orient little of what was afterwards required of man
    • Time and again
    • Yet even in our own time this word is used as a kind of motto in the
    • aware that in the course of time many men in Western countries (I am not
    • sometimes adopted strange forms of outer life, as for instance Bulwer
    • the dryness and sleepiness of modern times, the relation human beings
    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • ancient times — if one desired to direct one's glance to the
    • In the developments of our time we can see already what would happen.
    • world-conception in keeping with our time — this strength of
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • born from fear. You and the successors of those who in my time
    • thinking, which is the highest attainment of modern times, could not
    • of our time. Intellectual understanding draws the blood from the living
    • ahead. The signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • receive, and reflects them in the course of time. Something or other
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • to the great contradiction between East and West. In times past the Oriental
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • symptomatic of our times when a theologian of such standing as Adolf
    • Christian times, up to about the third or fourth century, when there was
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • fast — as in earlier times men were told about the Fall and
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • being where speaking and hearing go on at the same time.
    • word. It is not only an inner word; it is at the same time something
    • 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.
    • to lead you, by what may have been at times a rather difficult path, to
    • world of the Father God, which had to be there until such times as the
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • observing man's lifeless parts, indeed sometimes by studying only
    • ancient times, which have so often been envisaged in our
    • lectures, to times when people still had a certain instinctive
    • older times the semblance was viewed as the manifestation of a
    • still another difference between the present time and older human
    • of ancient times, we find that the whole conception of the world
    • since that time, we come across certain definite ideas on the
    • different in a more remote past. In past times people had very
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • perception, man therefore lost, in the course of time, his
    • as a kind of straggler, even in more recent times. In historical
    • is that at the same time in which man entered the stage of
    • on, of Greece and Rome, as far as our present time. In thought we
    • outlook into Time's cosmic distances.
    • in which it appeared in ancient times. In past epochs man could
    • self, so modern times must find in a right conception of the
    • time we often come across conceptions stating that these pagan
    • from doing so. In the present time, we no longer conceive in the
    • might have a message of the Mystery of Golgotha for the time when
    • They said to themselves: Once upon a time, man looked out into
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  • 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
    • Times
    • an Oriental sage of ancient times, initiated in the Mysteries
    • of the East (we must go back to very ancient times of Oriental
    • used to possess in his time, then he would speak in this way
    • time and in his country, civilisation was built up on
    • present time, little of it can be seen directly. But he who is
    • ancient times, the East contained little of what was demanded
    • must be said that in the course of time, many people (not those
    • all. Such people have at times taken up the strangest attitude
    • present time and out of which his actions proceed. Present-day
    • one had to be, especially in those ancient times, before
    • the present times we can see what would happen. What is to be
    • founded the old Oriental world-conception during my time,
    • times, namely intellectual thought, could not be there at all,
    • the connections of life during more recent times. The world
    • such feelings and sentiments, they constitute what lives to-day
    • times stand menacingly and significantly before us and tell us:
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • sage of ancient times — we must return to very ancient
    • times of Oriental culture if we are to consider what I wish
    • same mood of soul, as those of his ancient time. He would
    • make it plain that in his time and his country, civilization
    • ancient times there was in the Orient little of what
    • Time and again
    • signifies. Even in our time, however, this saying is used as
    • that, as time has evolved, many people — not in Central
    • have sometimes adopted strange forms of outer life, as, for
    • times, the relationship human beings now have to one another,
    • more ancient times traveling about in the world accompanied
    • prepared — above all in those ancient times — if
    • this consciousness? Already in the evolution of our time we
    • time, this strength of thinking which must be there in front
    • and the successors of those who in my time established the
    • of modern times, could not have come into existence if the
    • intellectual concepts of our time. Intellectual understanding
    • signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • reflects in the course of time the sense impressions we
    • mirror. The memories can, as it were, cease for a brief time
    • — for how long a time depends upon our free will
    • world every time we go to sleep. There the egoity is dimmed,
    • At one time the Oriental cultivated all that man longs to
    • — if indeed modern times may be said to have any such
    • times when such a significant theologian as Adolf von Harnack
    • Christian times until about the third or fourth century A.D.,
    • it calls the Father “Christ,” because at one time
    • times.
    • in earlier times people were told about the Fall of Man and
    • at the same time hearing. Hearing and speaking are once more
    • same time entered a realm where it no longer makes sense to
    • time something objective. It is not our inner being that
    • never be destroyed. Certainly, he is told, a time will come
    • ear, and so on, will at some time in the future cease to be.
    • to be there until such time as the world changed into the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • constitutes the actual consciousness of the time. This stage
    • same time the flowing, weaving life of soul. Then, when we
    • physical and etheric bodies from the time we fall asleep to
    • learns to recognize how every time one actually brings one's
    • body, goes on inwardly every time we use our will.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • our lifetime. Something is always left behind, however, and
    • present at other times. Everything in the soul life that does
    • and death. This is chiefly the case, however, in the time of
    • the dull dream consciousness exists during the warm time, in
    • the warm time of the year, the earth exists in a sleeping, or
    • the cold time of the year.
    • the middle of the time that we spend between death and a new
    • same time, however, we have discovered the world that stands
    • beings, go through in time in our evolution through different
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • in a certain mood of feeling. We should try sometime
    • Following his biography sometimes from day to day, sometimes
    • at some particular time, let us say in 1790. One will first
    • be taken into consideration at the time when I wrote my
    • give him an explanation for the first time of what he
    • At the same time, however, you will see that if on the one
    • is at the same time that in which his human future beyond
    • signs of the times point to the fact that the human being
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • arch-angelic beings, and the archai or primal beings, time
    • throughout certain epochs of time, beyond the
    • time to think of what lives in nature as being at the same
    • time permeated with moral impulses. There yawns an abyss
    • In the time of
    • constellations of the stars. We remain a long time in the
    • 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
    • the point of time when we take on the boundaries of our human
    • ancient times, when he grew into this immediate environment
    • the times for man to be able to say that, in the most real
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • the Earth evolution is actually the time during which the I
    • a time, what was his astral body. This has been described in
    • — where it is shown how a short time
    • Midnight Hour of Existence. Both before and after this time
    • develops a plant-like consciousness. During this time he
    • time we are surprised afresh. What constitutes the
    • life in about one-third of the time his life lasted. What he
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • form for a short time after passing through the portal of
    • time what I have described in my book,
    • however, even when it endures a long time, is something he
    • is seen to be permeated at the same time by what the human
    • angeloi that is a concept for the present time, which is
    • superman, implanting in man at the same time the certainty
    • short time after death, but then it is spread out in the
    • in the present time of the earth. The astral body, at the end
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • consciousness, the human being at the same time brings his
    • body — for a short time, after we have passed through
    • which means that we have already been living for a long time
    • knowledge. Thus the human being, from the time he enters
    • our modern time, actually receive in his soul? He receives
    • in our time from the direction upon which materialistic
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • etheric body is also laid aside a short time after death.
    • civilization, through the Egyptian-Chaldean times, and then
    • through our era up to our time — the human race has not
    • lived in all this time, that is to say up to the first third
    • one time and are oriented to seeing just this small portion
    • universe and after a time following death man becomes much
    • ancient times. You know, of course, that in ancient times
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • in the human being, indeed sometimes by studying only the
    • evolution. If we go back into ancient times, to which we have
    • so often looked back in our lectures, to times when there
    • of humanity is that in more ancient times the appearance was
    • mysteries in ancient times, we find that the whole view of
    • cognition that has arisen since that time, one finds that the
    • the case in more ancient times. In ancient times people had
    • for a longer time in human consciousness. In Michelangelo's
    • therefore lost, in the course of time, his conceptions of the
    • straggler, even in more recent times. In enlightened
    • time in which the human being entered a world of perception
    • further on, of Greece and Rome, as far as our present time.
    • meaningless. Man simply lacks courage enough in our time to
    • ancient times. In past ages the human being could imagine a
    • self, so modern times must find in a right view of the
    • to thought and disconnects them again, so at one time people
    • for the time when he could not yet take in spiritual
    • images for it. They said to themselves: once upon a time, man
    • today are pure fantasy. In more ancient times, people did not
    • toward a time in which hypotheses concerning the world's
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