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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • of looking back in pride to earlier times when men were
    • mathematical background. This is what would happen in an
    • and in between lies the typical bone of the back — the
    • times. Looking back to the Egyptian Mysteries, we find
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • as self-evident really dates back to the Chaldeans. Yet the
    • made their calculations with this picture in the background.
    • axis rotates backwards), causes it to point continually to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • remove Man from the whole cosmic background, but on the
    • may call it so, the vegetative life goes back into itself
    • view. The further back one goes in the history of man's
    • have to come back to what it means to speak of ‘time
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • and concepts which still permit one to find the way back
    • in them, we will now try to go back a little towards what is
    • man. We must go back again and again to the reality.
    • forming such a concept, to turn back to reality in order to
    • directly they have formed a concept, to go back to reality in
    • back as far as ever you can with the means of modern science.
    • you who have studied it will know.) You can trace it back to
    • ovum. Picture to yourselves how far you can go back. If you
    • wished to go still further back you would be entering the
    • means that in going back you come into a kind of chaos. You
    • the underlying genesis, when tracing backward the arising of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • must find our way back to the macroscopic aspect. Otherwise,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • Looking back
    • the most highly sublimated forms — we are led back, to
    • we go backward and forward an equal length of time into a
    • 10,000 years forward and 10,000 years back from this moment
    • farther back — beyond the 8th century BC — we
    • man's relation to the world. And if we go still farther back,
    • in the background. We of the Temperate zone have the quick
    • can truly say: What is now pressed back towards the North
    • time as you go backward. Going back in time, we come to
    • to that in Taurus, and so on. We get back to Leo or Virgo,
    • made a deep impression on him. As we go back in the history
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • or at least not for long. He brings them back to reality
    • back in time, you will observe that the whole interplay of
    • come to therefore, as we go back in evolution beyond the last
    • back in time we are led from the conscious life of soul
    • back then to a kind of interplay between the Earth and its
    • the back, the head and the tail end due to?’, you will
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • goes back, and then forward again, here ... And now they
    • life — farther back, as it were behind the
    • times has been driven farther back into his inner bodily
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • emphasizing the necessity of referring back to man's life of
    • It runs back into itself,
    • being illumined from A, it always shines back to B with the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • consciousness back in time to the embryonic period, then one
    • Nature back to the laws of the mineral domain. After all, it
    • contrary, the fundamental aim is to refer life back to the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • and growth and evolution. With this in the background let us
    • way turns, goes through our head-nature and then back again
    • and go back along the right rib
    • must only not fall back again into rigidity of treatment.
    • our position on the Earth. (We must refer it back to our own
    • move with the Earth (we ,must project this backward, once
    • more, backward in time to the embryo-period of our life),
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • then the seeming picture which emerges must refer back to
    • to proceed negatively, I must go back, I must turn round; I
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • you go back from Aristarchus into more distant times. Go back
    • that Ptolemy and his followers go back again to the idea of
    • And it was ever more so, the farther we go back in them. In
    • still farther back, for example into the time when the
    • points in the equation, and, working backward from these
    • Temples to bring them back again to modern man. Kepler's
    • must look for the way back, — to re-establish once
    • the animal-forming process turns back upon itself to become
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • bends back, returns upon itself, and finds physical
    • stopped short of the extreme. It has withheld, kept back, and
    • The process of development, once more, is kept back in man.
    • through the raying back of the Sun's light by the Moon.
    • animal-becoming process. It is withdrawn, drawn back into itself
    • effect, which then in man is drawn back again, withdrawn into
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • line, we should somehow have to go out of space, coming back
    • such understanding and fall back on the ordinary philistine
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • to look back into the time when what he underwent depended
    • which I mean, post-natal life on Earth. We must look back
    • felt as such within the human head. It turns back and does
    • back, nay to enable it to be there at all, we have to bring
    • experimental results, to bring us back to the facts when we
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • outward, in the other negatively back and downward — in



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