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- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
- 15th year must develop certain soul-forces, while in another
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
- performs approximately 365 such rotations in the year, there
- revolution. It revolves through this 'yearly day' on another
- the course of the year, for it is constantly being
- course of the year. But as a matter of fact, in the
- of repetition, even as in the yearly course. The yearly
- the Sun in the course of the year. But we are then confining
- considered with regard to the yearly course. I will not say
- the course of the year with its alternating conditions. This
- Poles, this yearly course must be connected in some way with
- course. The dependence of man on the yearly rhythm, namely on
- what is connected with the yearly course, the shaping of the
- metamorphosis of insects. In the course of the year it is a
- see the direct course of the year expressed in the successive
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
- in the first years of childhood.
- until the 7th year — the change of teeth — and go
- into all the details, we find how, notably in the first years
- changing seasons, year by year, have just as much
- brain in the earliest stages from year to year, we shall find
- year. Something which works formatively and creatively upon
- of the year. In the daily rhythm we find what enters
- itself, and grows. That is the other activity, the yearly
- through the year and find man's life of growth, the
- of the year has certain effects on the physical, corporeal
- year is something in man's connection with the
- consider the yearly influence of the Sun, then we
- 2. Physical bodily nature: Year
- physical effects with a 28-year period. As a day here
- corresponds to a year, we shall have 28 years.
- Physical bodily nature: 28 year's activity
- You need only remember that 28 years is
- yearly activity, in order to complete in us an outward
- 28-year period, organizing us from outside even as the female
- related to the yearly Sun-life in regard to man, so the
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- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
- 10,000 years forward and 10,000 years back from this moment
- years before the Christian era, and we should find the same
- again 10,000 years after this time. The deep stirring of
- lasted for over 2,000 years — man was not yet relating
- Egypto-Chaldean Age — from 747 B.C. about 2160 years
- day were to lengthen out into a year. I told you of what
- year to year, from birth to the change of teeth, and of how
- yearly rhythm which will there tend to make itself felt. The
- Platonic Year — the great Cosmic Year, lasting
- approximately 25,920 years.
- number of processes are comprised in these 25,920 years,
- course in 25,920 years. Although admittedly of vast extent,
- point in the great Cosmic Year. Now it is in the day that man
- breathing, corresponds to the Platonic Year. The vernal point
- apparently in 25,920 years. But there is also the apparent
- and out once a year (a simple-minded hypothesis no doubt, but
- living long enough, would undergo in 25,920 years the same
- — we find great attention paid to the Platonic Year. I
- year, for which 25, 920 years are a day — a day of the
- 25,920 years. It was indeed a great Spirit — a very
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
- yearly influences of the surrounding world. The
- our conscious picture of the world, whereas the yearly
- works; before the last Ice-Age the course of the year and the
- the year.
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
- Year by year a new world of plants springs, so to speak, from
- springs in each succeeding year. I must image something or other
- frees itself from dependence on the yearly course of the Sun.
- its dependence on the Sun's yearly course. it emancipates
- itself from the yearly course of the Sun, in that it forms
- forth fresh plant-shoots year by year. We do not reach an
- the year, with all the changing relations to the Cosmos which
- vanish in the further course of the year is, as it were,
- working of the year, made permanent and lasting. This
- of the year in the perennial as against the annual plant.
- good and bad vintage years. These too occur somewhat
- and bad vintage years.
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XI
- picture year by year. Only when taking longer epochs do we
- 50,000 years ago, if we may reckon it from the minute changes
- may conclude that 50,000 years from now the constellation
- constellation changes in the course of years — for we have
- loop in the course of a year, and, once again, when the
- nearest the Earth — and only once a year. As a general
- rule they make a single loop each year.
- movements of the planets comprise a year or fractions of a
- year and reveal from time to time strange deviations from
- Consider the position of the Earth in its yearly course and
- we ourselves are making in the year's course. We realise it
- year's course. (We shall see in time, how a synthesis arises
- movement of the Earth in the year's course will be the
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
- years since. The scientists of that time would have been
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
- in periods of about eleven years. Examine the Sun-spot
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
- put the direction of plant-growth from year to year, so long
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