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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Lecture: The Sun
    • because we are asleep. But just as the sun also shines during the
    • the world. And to them the sun was the representative of the outer world.
    • The sun as the divine source of Light — so it was experienced
    • In that epoch the sun was experienced as the divine source of Life.
    • could the Greeks any longer see in the sun the actual source of Life;
    • they felt that the sun was something that pervaded them inwardly. They
    • felt the element in which the sun lives within the human being as the
    • element of Eros — the element of Love. Thus: the sun as the divine
    • source of Love. Eros — the sun-nature within the human being
    • fundamentally speaking, the sun was no longer regarded as anything but
    • a physical orb in space, when the sun was darkened for man. To the
    • ancient Persians the sun was the actual reflector of the Light weaving
    • through space. To the Egyptians and Chaldeans the sun was the Life
    • surging and pulsating through the universe. The Greeks felt the sun as
    • This experience of the sun sank more and more deeply into man's being
    • the ocean-depths of the soul that man bears the sun-nature today. It
    • sun-mystery must remain untold, that a civilization knowing nothing of
    • the sun-mystery must now arise. Behind everything that takes place in
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