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- Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
- being. Feeling brings a certain light into, intensifies,
- life, the mental life. The sleeping will lights up in feeling, and
- affirmative judgment becomes experience of light. The same could be
- been said in connection with the experiences of light and of darkness.
- of negation, light in the direction of affirmation.
- second Post-Atlantean epoch. — God in the Light — that is to say,
- The sun as the divine source of Light — so it was experienced
- experienced in light or darkness, but rather in the impact between
- life. Men did not experience merely light and darkness but something
- borne on the waves of the light through the whole universe. In the
- — it was as though the light actually penetrated into them, into
- the light into our eyes. For us the light is outside, phantomlike. Nor
- ancient Persians the sun was the actual reflector of the Light weaving
- sub-organic activity, must once again be lifted into the light of
- would discover that the sun is not a globe of gas giving out light —
- itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
- the spiritual sense, light streams out from Saturn, Jupiter, Mercury,
- Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
- in reality it is the planets that radiate light to the sun and the sun
- regarded as the earthly source of Light — not indeed as the source
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- Title: Lecture: The Universe
- substances which we take in as nourishment are so slightly
- everything is slightly poisonous, Scorpio.
- reality they do not have the slightest idea of what these
- will then above all be unable to have the slightest
- if they are set before you more lightly and not
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