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- Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
- borne on the waves of the light through the whole universe. In the
- surging and pulsating through the universe. The Greeks felt the sun as
- universe. One of the instruments of these guiding powers was the Roman
- the universe — the Palladium-treasure is illumined by a wisdom born
- Title: Lecture: The Universe
- The Universe
- the whole universe, of the whole cosmos. And if you bear in
- universe, you will find, as it were, that as regards the
- head, he is placed into the whole universe. But we can only
- these laws fill out the whole universe. Consequently, when
- spread out in the universe. Let us therefore imagine this
- man takes in the universe, he looks back upon the universe,
- universe. (See Table).
- is man's most external connection with the universe out of which
- own self in order to discover the universe anew within
- He does not only take in the universe, but he looks out
- into the universe around him (see Table) and takes in the
- mobility of the universe. He grows inwardly mobile.
- We take in the universe and look back.
- We look out into the universe.
- towards inside. We have, to begin with, the whole universe;
- universe; but we have not yet reached our own being, for we
- imitate the universe. If we touch ourselves, we reach
- forming of man out of the universe, proceeded to the
- The drawing, showing the earth in the universe, cannot
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