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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • Ptolemaic system. That arose out of different soul-forces.
    • Then our Copernican system. That arose from yet other
    • soul-forces. The Copernican system did not develop because
    • small cosmic system and are satisfied if it all seems to fit.
    • carry the system, which we have first thought out and
    • stars. They would all have to become little cosmic systems.
    • is a kind of balancing system which preserves the rhythm.
    • relationships existing in the planetary system, —
    • altogether in the whole starry system. You can enter quite
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • the whole coordinate system in the center of the Sun.’
    • whole thing was purely the construction of a world-system
    • system, when employed purely mathematically, supplies the
    • ancient Chaldean system, with the Egyptian, with the
    • mathematics, can thus be foretold. One system is as well
    • thought-pictures arise with the Copernican system. But the
    • are not made with the Copernican system. Curiously enough, in
    • calendar, — the system of Tycho Brahe is used! This
    • his cosmic system upon three axioms. The first is that the
    • Astronomy, founded as it is on the Copernican system, it has
    • system, but accepts the first two axioms because they are
    • ‘Copernican system’ from which a most important
    • the metabolic system in its connection with the limbs is
    • limb-system to the Earth-life. Man is so placed in the
    • system, and with the Earth-life in his metabolic system. And
    • perpetual harmonizing between the head-system and the
    • metabolic system. In the temperate zones there is a primary
    • development of the rhythmic system in man.
    • membering of man — nerves-and-senses system, rhythmic
    • system, metabolic system — and the outer world. The
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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    • the Copernican world-system, and a third system might equally
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • construct world-systems by deductive methods.
    • genetic explanation of the entire cosmic system (as you will
    • “Exposition du Systeme du Monde”), or again in
    • By observing the different planets of a solar system, it was
    • deduced what then became a whole genetic system of Astronomy.
    • understand our solar system in its totality, and only base it
    • of the solar system. But the astronomical system thus
    • also play into our system and present a riddle precisely
    • system, we are led to say: A sea of ideas has gradually been
    • formed from the study of our planetary system as a whole,
    • whole planetary system, or shall we say, with its continuing
    • activity of the whole planetary system. That is quite
    • will build up a world-system according to reality. Good. But
    • planetary system which cannot possibly go on existing.
    • planetary system would move towards its own ultimate death
    • pointed out again and again. While such a system can
    • I arrive at a world-system which is still and rigid. But that
    • the system has not actually reached rigidity under the
    • Kepler's third Law) that the planetary system owes its
    • our thoughts about the planetary system upon numbers which in
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • ‘The Copernican System works no more satisfactorily
    • ‘Let us then design another system’. We shall see
    • leaving aside for the moment the rhythmic system
    • breathing and blood-circulation — the metabolic system
    • ideation. A thorough study of the metabolic system
    • is all that belongs to the rhythmic system. Now we may ask,
    • what in the rhythmic system is directed outward and what
    • processes in the rhythmic system rather merge into
    • co-operation of the nerves-and-senses system with the
    • rhythmic system.
    • the interpenetrating relation between the rhythmic system and
    • the nerves-and-senses system in process accessible to
    • between the rhythmic system and the processes of metabolism
    • diverse astronomical world — systems. As we saw
    • for ultimately, our world systems are chaotic,
    • special breathing exercises of the Yoga system were perfected
    • system of breathing-exercises arose.) Breathing unites
    • cosmic systems, previous to the Ptolemaic, till we are able
    • System, and on the other hand, of researching into the
    • were sought by the old Indian sages in the Yoga System, so as
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • illustration — the ancient Indian Yoga system. Man
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • selection, as though the eventual form of our solar system
    • degree of the other parts and systems in the human and animal
    • co-ordinate system answering to what I now intend, it would
    • should be led in this way from the rigid co-ordinate system
    • of Euclidean space to a co-ordinate system that is inherently
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • So they arrived at the Copernican system and at its
    • the planets of the solar system. We may ask, what would the
    • disturbances would arise, whereby the planetary system would
    • revolution enables the planetary system, so to speak, to stay
    • alive. In other words, the solar system contains among other
    • life of the planetary system! We are in a strange predicament
    • when calculating the planetary system. If it were such that
    • alive in the planetary system is precisely what we cannot
    • inevitable death of the whole system? We base them on the
    • system subject to the force of gravitation. Then indeed we do
    • arrive at commensurable ratios. But the planetary system
    • extent that death prevails in the planetary system, basing
    • there must be something in the planetary system
    • into our planetary system. I mean what reveals itself in the
    • system, and they have recently been leading scientists to
    • to a telegraphic system. Maybe one day something quite
    • more detail. While for the rest of the planetary system they
    • system, — something which in its nature is in a way
    • opposite to the inner structure of the planetary system as
    • Nature, inherently belonging to our planetary system, find
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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    • of two facts: The appearance within the planetary system of
    • system, though perhaps not bearing quite the same
    • and b as the center of the axes of a co-ordinate system and
    • system and let the point whose ordinate we will call y move
    • begin with, between what takes place in the third system of
    • what comes to expression in the metabolic system. It is
    • like this exists in our educational system today; but it must
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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    • between the processes of the human metabolic system and the
    • processes of the head, the nervous system, or whatever you
    • between a straight line, or a system of straight lines,
    • systems too — in muscle and nerve, and so on; —
    • the whole essence and content of the human metabolic system
    • closely related is the head system to what I have just
    • mediates between them. In the rhythmic system we actually
    • human metabolic system and to the forces active there, forces
    • that I create a continuous, moving system of Cassini curves
    • that a system of light-effects would follow if a variability
    • and secondly, in addition to this system, another, which has
    • meta-mechanical, meta-phoronomical system for the rotating,
    • familiar system of mechanics and phoronomy to the centric
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
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    • head and that of the metabolic system including the limbs. As
    • assign the metabolic system to what is earthly, — what
    • whole system. Going upward from thence to the
    • system.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • centre. We then have a system of forces which we may conceive
    • rhythmic system some relation to the path of the Sun. We
    • system of the starry movements. My purpose here is not to
    • heavenly bodies, nay, with the very system of the Cosmos.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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    • the Ptolemaic system was prevailing. Then through the work of
    • Copernicus the system we accept — though with
    • system or starry system as conceived by Aristarchus of
    • there in human thought, the Ptolemaic system supplants it,
    • all essentials we may aver that the Ptolemaic system held
    • essence of the Ptolemaic cosmic system? The essence of it is
    • system of planetary movements, which seems to us so
    • Of course the Copernican system is simpler, — that will
    • system was adhered to with a certain tenacity throughout the
    • thinking about the cosmic system? It is difficult to describe
    • description of Aristarchus system, we shall say: This
    • heliocentric system is fundamentally no different from the
    • this other system — the strange one of the Ptolemaic
    • of today were to make a model of the planetary system.
    • is seen externally. And now, in the Copernican system we
    • in Aristarchus's system. Yet is it really the same? This is
    • mind the original premises of the Copernican system and the
    • his planetary system ideally, much in the same way as we
    • at the bottom of this complicated Ptolemaic system, to make
    • only a thing thought-out, or does this thought out system
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • that in the last resort both the Ptolemaic system and that
    • way or another, what is observed. The Ptolemaic system and
    • body) we find in them a certain likeness to the line-systems
    • outlook which under-lay the Ptolemaic system and the kind
    • that underlies the Copernican world-system of today.
    • doing when we set to working the spirit of the latter system,
    • out a world-system? What do we do in the first place? We
    • Copernican system. The school from which the Ptolemaic system
    • still lived thus perceivingly amid the Ptolemaic system did
    • do the system justice. If he had simply said, "Up yonder is
    • Moon, in the original meaning of the Ptolemaic system.
    • idea of the Moon which underlay the Ptolemaic system and you
    • the Ptolemaic system was felt as a reality. The inner
    • inner perceptions such as these that the Ptolemaic system of
    • real conceptions of the inner structure of our cosmic system.
    • system. You never gain a clear notion of it if you conceive
    • justice to the true system of Nature with all her creatures
    • resort, all systems of Nature which begin with the mineral
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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    • Whether we go by some ancient cosmic system of by the
    • of our system we come to incommensurable numbers. Arithmetic
    • centring as it does in the nerves-and-senses system, is
    • relatively independent. So is the rhythmic system with all
    • that belongs to it. The metabolic system too, and all that
    • goes with it in the organization three independent systems
    • human system related to each other, according to this
    • the human system are related to each other. On the face of
    • are fundamental to the metabolic and lymph system. But if we
    • memberment — lymph-system and skull system — represent
    • belongs to the rhythmic system, and it will somehow form the
    • threefold system thus presented we have the key to the
    • some organ in the metabolic system — the liver for example —
    • understanding of a form in the human metabolic system then
    • metabolic system, which in their turn you will comprise in
    • to imagine spatially separated line-systems, inherently
    • real cosmic system, such as we see it with our eyes, — the
    • or what we call the Galactic System.
    • origin of your coordinate system in three-dimensional space.
    • premise that the origins of any relevant system of polar
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • mutual positions. A comprehensive view of our system of
    • whole cosmic system will give us any criterion — I
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • tracing the bony system or the nervous system in man. Even
    • nerves-and-senses system and in the metabolic and limb-system
    • metabolic and limb-system with the skull-bone. The
    • to relate this curve in the right way to our solar system. I
    • will begin by drawing the ordinary hypothetical form of solar system
    • our planetary system and then again the Earth is where we
    • establishment of an extremely simple system, whereas in fact
    • being in the centre of the system.
    • planetary system as a whole) we have then to imagine a
    • without presupposing which the Newtonian system would break
    • system of Lemniscates in determined order and relation. Such
    • system which people have explained to them at school and then
    • Tychonic system. Then one correction after another
    • would soon reach the system here drawn, though I repeat, the
    • old heliocentric system and the new heliocentric, the
    • Astronomical world-system, as we call it, also involves an
    • to represent our solar system, are not to be conceived as
    • system going with it. All these things are built up of very
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • one another that the whole system would rigidify. Our
    • planetary system does indeed also contain this tendency to
    • express what confronts us in the planetary system by means of
    • system of lemniscates. We can do so indeed. Even this system
    • system in a precise and finished form; it would at most be
    • ice-age — would require me to modify the system not a
    • Namely, a planetary system has this essential feature: It
    • Lemniscates. In the solar Saturn or planetary system there is
    • picture of a planetary system, say the Copernican picture,
    • its departure. Out there — outside the system
    • system; purely and simply by virtue of the simple arrangement
    • it belongs to an entire system. Only by speaking in this way
    • will at last be explaining the origin of the celestial system
    • system has arisen: You explain it to your audience:
    • “You see, it is a planetary system”. You compare
    • it with the solar system in the Universe outside — the



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