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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • The Palladium
    • Palladium. It was said that the Palladium had once been in Troy and
    • of the sun. Then the Palladium was taken to Rome, and its presence
    • venerated Roman temple, lay the Palladium, its existence known only to
    • knowledge that the Palladium was guarded in Rome, the early Christians
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • Constantinople, and he caused the Palladium to be buried in the earth
    • in the removal of the Palladium from Rome to Constantinople.
    • none too distant future the Palladium will be removed from
    • believed. At all events the Palladium is waiting, expecting to be
    • darkness. Yes, the Palladium goes to the East, where the decadence of
    • the universe — the Palladium-treasure is illumined by a wisdom born
    • from the riches of the knowledge living in the West. The Palladium,
    • Palladium, the treasure of wisdom, from Troy to Rome, from Rome to
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
    • looking for the darkness that surrounds the Palladium, for an open
    • which are conducted in the West in such a way that the Palladium can
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • But this the West does not understand. Only when the Palladium legend
    • Palladium can again be made to shine must be born out of modern
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