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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • those who revealed them to him, then he will at last reach a special
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • talent’ of women to the lighter weight of the female brain!
    • opinions of a man's world — admission to most male professions,
    • female soul.
    • characteristic of the female soul is quick temperedness, initiative
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • life-element of the female soul. Against this we can put the judgment
    • terms of man and woman, male and female, but that, alongside the
    • economic conditions prevailed. Look at the peasant woman, the female
    • culture has become, in the greatest sense, a male culture
    • (Männerkultur). The age of the machine is a product of the male
    • human mental and spiritual life what the female mind can achieve with
    • rainbow has seven colours and the scale seven notes, so we have seven
    • we have a phenomenon before us with two parts — one revealed
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • inhale oxygen, assimilate it and subsequently combine it with
    • carbon that is finally exhaled as carbon dioxide, while in plants,
    • vegetarian diets should become prevalent.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • will without thought. These facts are revealed simply by observation
    • malevolent deeds. Here there is something more than and different
    • (pleasure or displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to good
    • character is revealed by deeper (occult) investigation. The processes
    • Moral qualities are revealed distinctly in the particular colouring of
    • revealed when a calm glow surrounds the pineal gland at these moments.
    • contradistinction to the Physical Christ of Palestine. For we have
    • will depend upon such men learning to be alert to the moment when
    • suddenly someone has come near to help him, to make him alert to this
    • did the Physical Christ in Palestine. If men observe such happenings
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • worlds. Ancient civilizations always revealed one of these two sides:
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • conception that was prevalent in the Middle Ages. Men used to think that
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • dependent alone upon our talents but also upon the muscular strength of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • are pale. However, they are closely connected with the integrity of
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Rudolf Steiner had begun a scaled-down model of the Christ sculpture
    • the talents of military leaders were decisive factors in changing the
    • calendar indicating that Joan of Arc was sent into this world on the
    • again. Friends fetched tools and alerted Swiss soldiers to help us
    • shrewd that once the mind has accepted the ideas in the Robinson tale,
    • Robinson tales; they existed before and exist now. Much more could be
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Alexander
    • separate dialect), Bosnians, Dalmatians and Italians. Thirteen
    • world, the world is revealed in all its evil and wickedness. The
    • meaning and purpose are revealed. Faust expressed the same truth when
    • Hast thou thy countenance revealed in fire.
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • concealed in the evolution of the world, and many of these are overwhelming.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • revealed, on the other hand the spiritual researcher constructs a purely
    • from extra-terrestrial space. Things otherwise unimaginable are revealed to
    • talent to have any ideas.”
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • German in the cycle: Die Sozialen Grundforderungen Unserer Zeit, 1963,
    • the morning for different items is nothing else than an equivalent for
    • equivalent value of that which you have in your purse as the $5 note,
    • thoughts of value appear in dialectical form, shaped by an aesthetic
    • spiritual wisdom now being revealed by the spiritual world. This
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Die geistigan Hintergrande der sozialen Frage, or
    • German as Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • come across a thing like this: You visit someone who has a scale standing
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the air-organism. He inhales and exhales the air; but during the
    • female organism at a birth. This etheric seed which lies in the
    • world-order. But today it is desired to keep this truth concealed and
    • be revealed as such. But if the bodily substance is traced back to
    • been guarded as secrets, which were once revealed to people through
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • In his fairy-tale,
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • significance is revealed — namely, that with our modern knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • asleep. Strictly speaking, the inner will is not revealed to us;
    • in sacred ritual and cult, they revealed to the people the true nature
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the Alpha — Aleph in Hebrew — leads us to recognize in it the desire
    • the Hebrew equivalent, represents something of the nature of a wrapping, a
    • to external objects, and forgotten was all that can be revealed to Man
    • forgotten; the sentence through which the divine revealed its own
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • should receive the name of the saint whose day it is on the calendar.
    • the heavens revealed through their fixed stars and through the planets
    • still had to learn grammar, rhetoric, dialectics, arithmetic,
    • lived in Man as active astronomy. And by rising to dialectics one came
    • Thus after being borne up in dialectics to grasping the thought of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • time, while the human being coalesces more and more with his physical
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • are revealed most clearly, we find that its experience spans a comparatively
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • working with the astral body, from acting alone. The healer has to
    • childhood on. They remain pale and thin, or, because of the
    • become too strong. In such pale, lanky individuals we must strive to
    • large scale, for example, for us to ensure that individuals who might
    • Congealed
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • will not be a problem. But it is difficult in the face of the prevalent,
    • easily healed through spiritual influences (for example by discussion).
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • the night which males us real human being and no mere automata.
    • published by a Cingalese, an Indian of Ceylon, The Culture of Souls
    • in this book. A Cingalese Indian says to the Europeans: Teachers must
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • stands revealed in wondrously beautiful words what Raphael had placed before
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • Michael mood of this year, until not only is the Michael Thought revealed in
    • He, the Christ-messenger, revealeth in you —
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • alive and unequaled through the centuries.
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Osiris, who represented the inpouring Divine. He is the Revealer. The
    • Revealer, Roman, Rosicrucian, Soul, Templars, Waldenses, Widow
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • sniff round things and encompass them with dialectics, but never
    • Schiller able to get beyond regarding logic as simply a dialectic of
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • in his own tale,
    • Letters” and Goethe's fairy-tale in my recent small book on
    • “Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,”
    • “Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,”
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • “Tale” with inner understanding, we can feel the presence in
    • fairy tale. Since the middle of the nineteenth century this
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • less concealed, although they can be distinctly noted by one who knows
    • Pale-faced he sat on his horse so tame —
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • abstract, shadowy intellectualism prevalent in every branch of
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
    • that are so very prevalent in our time. When a man suffers from
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • native talent and predisposition of your life, as I described it in my
    • do something for it, we must be inwardly alert and quick. Even then,
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • days connected in the Church Calendar with the Christmas Festival —
    • let us say, will be able by pressing a button concealed in his pocket, to
    • through deed. The “ I ” must remain concealed, within the deed!
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • waking condition of consciousness, something is concealed, and
    • are revealed the deeds of cosmic beings who belong to the
    • divine spiritual beings are revealed, or these spiritual beings
    • beings are revealed; and we have the third state of sleep,
    • many Mysteries are destined to be revealed, must be made
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • weaving life of those beings we name Exusiai is revealed.
    • which the individualised Logos that weaves within man is revealed
    • Particularly during sleep, it is revealed in its gleaming and glowing,
    • realm's of body, soul, and spirit, are revealed. In the end one comes
    • And in what is revealed in waking life through human movement of the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • existence of an Aristotle, a Socrates, or an Alexander the Great. Not
    • but these documents ultimately revealed something very different.
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • Palestine is of deep and primordial significance for all the later
    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • permeating all worlds, can be revealed to me, I must look into my own
    • when man has passed through Initiation. It was revealed to Judaism,
    • is revealed to men in its complete form. Only when man senses
    • the St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar. St. Dominic's Press,
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • his eyes, colour and light are revealed to him. It is possible for the
    • the experiences of those to whom the hidden teachings were revealed
    •  All that pervades the hills and vales,
    • not be compared with the human head. The flower, with its male and
    • female organs of fertilisation, corresponds to the sexual system in
    • in the future. Possessed of clear, alert consciousness, his being
    • early spring flowers. The sight of the young plants revealed to him
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • he would enter a world where super-sensible truth would be revealed to
    • restore the temple of the Jews at Jerusalem. His desire was to restore
    • this moment of death it was revealed to the prophetic vision of Julian
    • of human evolution lies concealed. Thick indeed are the layers spread
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • least exists in the human soul as a pale inkling. It is not so
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • the kingdom of man as that between a lion and a nightingale, we would
    • lies concealed beneath the surface of life. But in regard to
    • in Austrian dialect, indicating a loose, half rascally, half
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • concealed, just as the God and the secrets of the Mysteries were
    • concealed in the Temples and Pyramids of Egypt.
    • deeply concealed in man as to be unable to find expression in his
    • soul. The human body is then revealed to us as a work of artistic
    • revealed to wisdom and to prayer, and the forms which surround the
    • The whole tale and its
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • brought with them the teaching of the God-revealed Word (Veda-Word),
    • the calendar, and principles of measure and weight. The immigrants who
    • as in Troy or Alba Longa, or in the theocratic State, Palestine. But
    • who assimilate Greek culture, destroy Jerusalem, go to Asia, and
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • Jerusalem and received initiation through the Baptist. Therefore our
    • Messiah, Montsalvat, Neo-Semites, non-reincarnation, Palestine
    • Palestine Patriarch,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • figures as the Therapeutæ, as the healers. Indeed in ancient
    • initiates lived in expectation of the Healer, the Hælend
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • Palestine, and sanctified the Earth inasmuch as He Himself had dwelt
    • Then it was that He spoke to them as the great Healer —
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • evolution of the Archangels is expressed and revealed in the changes
    • them in the same way as we understand characters in fairy tales. As a
    • sublime greatness were there revealed!
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • revealed to him. The springing-forth of individual thoughts
    • Grace from on high, this world of light revealed itself in and
    • that lay concealed behind the wall stretching from the Ural and Volga
    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • or another, depend on all these things. For on a large scale all this
    • on a very large scale. It is so indeed. In the whole spirit, in the
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • similar. What was concealed behind the name Osiris was not unfamiliar
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • about the 6th and 5th-centuries B.C. — in the work of Thales,
    • differently in the female sex, and which apparently makes greater
    • inroads into the human being in the case of the female, since the
    • has remained behind of that power of the air that revealed itself to
    • relation of male and female is described by the word ‘Geschlecht’
    • the star-constellations. One then appealed, as it were, to the
    • taking place continually on a small scale. Think for a moment: words
    • There you can see the abstraction-process on a small scale, but
    • it is accomplished wholesale with infinite significance. A family has
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • revealed to her that the coffin had been carried away by the sea; she
    • concealed behind what was open and evident. And then in their
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • one has once realized that the earth actually inhales and exhales
    • have of his ego in the Lemurian times was also revealed to him from
    • revealed to him from the heavens, cosmically revealed, from Lemurian
    • revealed to him from the earth in the Christ Impulse, and develop it,
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • or in an equivalent manner recognized by the School — the
    • conscious, that is, he inhaled consciously. Through these exercises
    • the depths of human souls, the longing is already prevalent to go
    • much — what human qualities are thus revealed to us!
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • from his speech. And a certain human failing is revealed — it
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • revealed in vegetation. In short, it was from the world of the living
    • soul revealed in speech, be said to live in a world of pictures? Man
    • were revealed in this poetic form of speech, mysteries which cannot
    • be revealed in the same fulness when the content of the sound is the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • speaking of the colourlessness, the ‘pale cast’ of
    • where, in full waking alertness, we can empty our consciousness
    • alert.
    • Something is then revealed of the beings and the happenings of the
    • and understood. There is a very prevalent opinion that what spiritual
    • conviction is prevalent that this freedom must be renounced if one is
    • This too is revealed to Intuition, the third stage of
    • person who has passed with alert consciousness through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • contains last, pale gleams of Plato's arguments, this
    • less equivalent to a super-sensible revelation. The Church
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • gradually paled under the influence of contents which were
    • super-sensible contents gradually pales and disappears. Also this
    • which the dogmas have preserved has paled, but the other fundamental
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • that every single word revealed how matters stood. Whereas a few
    • the banquet, Eucken, the philosopher, held a speech. He revealed (one
    • have paled, cannot be anything else. But at the same time he felt —
    • concealed in this picture. Those who do not approach these things
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • speak of man's coalescence with his environment — where the
    • they healed upon a materialistic basis only when this was
    • philosopher and a doctor, also felt that as a healer he was connected
    • was also the healer of what is generally considered as normal,
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • which revealed themselves in his etheric body. They were cosmic
    • processes which revealed themselves to man as the ever-recurring
    • his God had revealed to him, namely, that in the course of time a
    • something which the contemplation of history revealed to these people
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • Geistige und Soziale Wandlungen in der Menschheitsenticklungen.
    • Geistige und Soziale Wandlungen in der Menschheitsenticklungen.
    • Arithmetic, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and so on. This no longer means
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • Kalewala. Olaf Asteson. Das russische Volkstum. Die Welt als
    • with the Elemental Worlds. Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”,
    • Kalewala. Olaf Asteson. Das russische Volkstum. Die Welt als
    • Finland and the ‘Kalevala’”, 9th, 14th and 15th of
    • “Kalevala”. What is set forth in “Kalevala”,
    • Thus, the ancient seers, upon whose visionary power the “Kalevala”
    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Kalevala Wainamoinen corresponds to the sentient soul, so Ilmarinen
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • pointed out that in “Kalevala” the human being is forged
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala”
    • “Kalevala”, must now be obliterated. This can only be
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • The “Kalevala”
    • the course of development. I explained to you that “Kalevala”
    • Christ appears at the end of “Kalevala”, but because he
    • magnificent epic poem “Kalevala” the three characters
    • this, felt and spoke in this way, and also “Kalevala”
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  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • thoughts evoked by the man whom we met, revealed themselves within our
    • prevalent attitude of soul is that a clever man [and in his own opinion every
    • there merely because we have received those forces of thought prevalent in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • to help him recover as another person who has an alert, lively mind,
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • centred in Salerno, Montpellier, Paris and also certain parts of
    • Salerno and Paris, who want to have all the credit and pour scorn on
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • the one sex, the female, became more pronounced, whilst in the other
    • group the characteristics of the male sex developed more strongly.
    • and those beings which in those early times were male-female received
    • imitation, for instance, was developed on a tremendous scale. If one
    • inter-working of the sexes. If there was only the female element,
    • alike. Through the co-operation of the male element human beings are
    • through the separating off of the male element the individualising of
    • the male sex on the female.
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • will remember my saying that a man's etheric body is female and a
    • woman's male. The two have a different rhythm, but we do not want to
    • calendars in use in country districts certain rules referring to
    • calendars. In the farmer's lore a consciousness of these rhythms lay
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • that the female etheric body is male and the male etheric body
    • female. From this we can see that in a certain respect an
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • physical equivalent in the blood, the astral body in the nervous
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    • of his individual abilities, talents, and so on.
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture One
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    • show that the essential nature of these beings can be revealed only
    • in the spiritual world — can be revealed through Initiation.
    • healer that are of prime importance; they are necessary, but only as
    • the preparation for what the healer is trying to do; it is the final
    • weighing something on a pair of scales: first, we put in the one
    • scale what we want to weigh; in the other scale we put a weight and
    • once directly revealed to an ancient, dreamlike clairvoyance, has now
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Two
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    • The most important and most outstanding fact revealed by
    • child must therefore keep it alive and alert. The only possibility of
    • colliding with the external world, we keep that consciousness alert
    • to maintain our consciousness and keep it alert we have been
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Four
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    • waking life and is concealed from human consciousness. The Bible uses
    • concealed from the human being in his later years. Evidence for this
    • concealed from man's conscious life on Earth. Processes of
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Five
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    • had revealed himself at the time of the birth of Jesus; and he
    • example of evolution. This example is revealed to occult
    • been able to scale the heights of spiritual life.
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Six
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    • clairvoyance a remarkable difference is revealed between the head
    • What thus remains entirely concealed we can follow back as far as
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    • authority is usually revealed by the fact that the authority in
    • began on a small scale. Indeed this is true in the case of the whole
    • scalepans are needed as well as the beam. Thus there must be a
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Eight
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    • can be seen during sleep is for the most part concealed from man's
    • state, is revealed when contemplated from the viewpoint of sleep. And
    • such as these, that have been revealed through the ages and grasped
    • existence between death and the new birth. Herein is revealed the
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Nine
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    • because what comes later will be revealed in all good time. But the
    • form in which it will be revealed depends entirely upon how we have
    • Freethinkers' Calendar as follows: Children ought not
    • Anyone who is alert to his surroundings will find that
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Ten
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    • comparatively vivid, and you will realise how pale they have already
    • those Teachers in ancient India are revealed to us as beings
    • the stellar spheres there is revealed to us, as it were outspread in
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture One
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    • Palestine, what does external history indicate? It shows that in
    • itself that which is revealed by looking out into the world of the
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    • of Greek philosophy: the wisdom which from Thales and Aristotle on
    • of the old way of knowing the world, prevalent during the first three
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    • clairvoyant observation — the following is revealed.
    • teaching arose; his initiation had revealed to him — had
    • the vapours in which Apollo lived. And Asklepios, the Healer, is for
    • the Angel in whom Christ once dwelt is a healer on Earth, or for the
    • expression of harmony in thinking, feeling and willing. The Healer,
    • the celestial Healer, is Apollo. We have seen this Being pass through
    • three stages of evolution, and then the Healer, whom Apollo
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    • superficially. Much will have to be revealed as a symptom of the
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    • astronomy and their human forces in the female element in human life.
    • revealed. I would like to take this opportunity of reading to you a
    • the connection they revealed with the spiritual world. The elemental
    • to be revealed only to the pure and blameless forces of the soul;
    • accordance with the way in which it can be revealed today.
    • heights before He was revealed on Earth! Let us make ourselves
  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • we know that there is concealed within us, within our human being,
    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • that Thales believed that the world originated out of water,
    • temperament. They were not based on speculation, but Thales
    • his soul, but thought is revealed to him just as external sound or
    • colour is revealed to modern man. The Greek perceives the thought; he
    • the external. The thinking of Thales, of the first philosopher was
    • evolution. But an evolution of philosophy goes through it from Thales
    • its puberty at the time of Thales and Anaxagoras, and has now reached
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Individualities of the Planets
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    • this Moon fortress, certain secrets can be revealed that were once in
    • memory was preserved of what these Beings had once revealed to the
    • concealed within the Moon fortress.
    • like a kaleidoscopic memory of our planetary system. As a faithful
    • revealed in the form of thoughts and can be approached only through a
    • many things concerning the past are revealed through thinking.
    • things were revealed to our ancestors in those days. Modern man has
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • adopted by the world in regard to the things which are revealed particularly
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    • of Palestine, look ye upon the Messiah, who contains God within Him,
    • ye that Figure in Palestine, understand ye the figure of Christ.’
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    • mention misunderstandings which I know to be prevalent, and to indicate
    • deepened. If we say that God is revealed in our own hearts and souls,
    • prevalent in circles of Anthroposophists — as they are called,
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    • myths, fairy-tales and legends by those who were capable of doing so,
    • wisdom was revealed, not acquired by man's own powers.
    • who had revealed their thoughts to him.
    • the culmination of which the thoughts that had been revealed by the
    • the thoughts they had revealed.
    • thoughts that were revealed
    • Ahrimanic powers. The thoughts that were revealed to man from above
    • Sun which revealed a very great deal to the Imaginative cognition of
    • And when man had read in the Cosmos what the Sun had revealed to him,
    • of the human heart, for the Sun has revealed it to me! — And
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    • Spiritual Science into the male and female principles.
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    • with the external physical world, for they are facts revealed by
    • beautiful speeches, revealing on a large scale how an Oriental thinks
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    • syncretism and eclecticism, equivalent to individual
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    • breathe in, hold the breath and exhale; this becomes a conscious process
    • spreading of the breath through the body and with the exhaled I breath. In
    • when we breathe. When we inhale, the breath is driven into the organism, up
    • thinking followed the breath. When he inhaled he felt he was taking
    • of that which he had inhaled with the air and spread through his whole
    • experiences were revealed through speech. What I have described was
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    • Palestine
    • Palestine
    • make a man turn pale when they show him on what kind of moral groundwork
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    • intimate Union with Agriculture, was prevalent in all that we were
    • rules in the old “Peasants' Calendars.” How infinitely
    • and in these Calendars, beside the proverbs full of deep meaning for
    • phenomena of all, that of female menstruation. The periods, in their
    • are many other, less evident phenomena, both in the male and in the
    • female organism, representing imitations of rhythms in outer
    • to the earthly life on a large scale, the first fact for us to take
    • earthly life (considered once more on a Large scale, and as a whole)
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    • a large scale, in an all-embracing sphere. Materialistic science has
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    • therefore be an extremely useful symptom of the prevalence of such and
    • scale. It does not pry into the minute and microscopic, for that is
    • organic processes, might well be revealed. The fact is that under the
    • common dandelion (taraxacum officinale).
    • the flowers of Valerian.[2] Dilute the extract
    • use warm water in dilution). Add this diluted juice of the Valerian
    • Valeriana officinallis.
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    • all my plants. Down there, all the roots coalesce, until they form a
    • times he has male less use of this than in the time of the old clairvoyance.
    • plant-diseases and harmful growths on a coarser and larger scale. If
    • of these pests, it is possible on a larger scale to keep the harmful
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    • up. And Libra, the scales, expresses that we seek to
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    • Maeterlinck is equivalent to those people trying to square the circle
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • revealed to him as a spiritual being, a super-sensible reality, which
    • divisions or members, clearly distinct from each other, are revealed
    • has to recognise that his essential human quality is revealed
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    • of spirit has actually seen what is revealed when ‘the
    • why man was destined to descend into the vale of Earth, they said
    • expanse, lives a Being now revealed to man in veiled form
    • Initiate, something more could be revealed. When he had undergone
    • of Osiris was revealed to him — the picture that came
    • dead. Splendour in the physical world — equivalent
    • the Egyptian portrayal of another female form: Isis with the
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    • revealed everywhere which cannot be understood with previous points
    • behind present events waits concealed what can only be understood
    • revealed to them when they are separated from their physical body and
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • working of Karma after death is revealed to us by the Old Testament
    • physical body, according to occultism that would be equivalent to
    • question, in special talents and qualities of soul. There is however
    • beings. But on the other hand, mental laziness is very prevalent,
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    • (aus dem Farbig-Malerischen heraus);
    • the stars. What was revealed to the hearts of primitive men in this
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    • revealed to them in the sacred institutions of the Mysteries.
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    • the breaking up of European culture. To-day we can only have a pale
    • many things described in old legends and fairy-tales, for example
    • A great deal lies concealed
    • concealed within our times so heavily fraught with destiny.
    • kind of government for us.” This, tale, born out of feeling and
    • which may be called talent without any productive force. These
    • talents will grow and increase more and more. But what preeminently
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    • erkenntnis. Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage.
    • philosophers before Socrates, namely Heraclitus, Thales,
    • human evolution. The words of Heraclitus, of Thales, Anaxagoras
    • fragmentary passages. The few passages of Thales, Anaxagoras, of the
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    • Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage.
    • degree, the talent, the ability which would provide the soil
    • point of European talents — specifically European
    • talents — lies in developing in the very highest degree
    • Europe, a talent undoubtedly exists for conceiving the
    • free, altruistic man does not exist. There is the talent for
    • working it out and giving it shape; but no talent for
    • each has a special talent — then and then only, we
    • behind them. But, ultimately, it all tells the same tale
    • into practice — and it is turning into the wholesale
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    • With pale and
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    • upon his eyes. This is connected with a person's talents, in
    • have the male contribution in the force that appears in a
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    • Transitory are revealed to our eyes of soul. And in
    • supreme light of the Spirit can be revealed; and how the
    • through the events in Palestine’.
    • that people liked to present, but just as the Church calendar
    • mother of humanity, from whom men had descended into the vale
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    • The wisdom arising from this could then be revealed in the great
    • pair of scales, so in “history” there must be one event
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    • social significance of hygiene is revealed in this example.
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    • the course of human evolution is revealed in a threefold light. We
    • perception revealed to him this life of soul and Spirit, and, as a
    • that was so clearly revealed to the ancients, was obliterated from
    • God Who in earlier times only revealed Himself from the stars —
    • inasmuch as the mystery was revealed in the so-called Gnosis by the
    • revealed to the dream-consciousness of the ancients and from which
    • once revealed to an old dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness as the
    • revealed to us merely in its outer aspect. Cosmic ideas are
    • experienced by us only in dreams. The cosmos is weighed in the scales
    • we pass from this cosmos whose external aspect is revealed through
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    • understand such teachings as the Gnosis of Valentinus, for example,
    • such as Clemens of Alexandria, for example, and Origenes — very
    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • consider Clemens of Alexandria, the head of the catechetical school
    • of Alexandria, where those who wished to become Christian teachers
    • Clemens of Alexandria looked up, first of all, to the Christ as a
    • felt that he was the “coming one.” Clemens of Alexandria
    • Clemens of Alexandria
    • Clemens of Alexandria
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • manifestation. Clemens of Alexandria thus states clearly that, in the
    • Alexandria was still able to go as far as this. Further, he
    • is extremely important. Clemens of Alexandria still held to the view
    • indeed call it progress from the Gnosis to Clemens of Alexandria.
    • Alexandria, since he brought the concept of time into the evolution
    • earlier — that he had previously revealed himself through angels
    • no longer possible to say even what Clem- ens of Alexandria and
    • example, on a grand scale, that I must ask you to please consider in
    • this, nor did Clemens of Alexandria. They did not know about the
    • what had occurred in Palestine; only gradually, with the aid of
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    • future epochs when it will be revealed on ever and ever higher
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    • is not the present which is revealed to us by the outer world, but the
    • slightest effort. Everything is revealed to us in form of
    • outer world are revealed pictorially to our picture consciousness.
    • the Kingdom of the Giants did not see in the Gods an equivalent,
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    • only revealed later to the West. Madame Blavatsky did not give an
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
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    • warmth will gradually arrive at the reality of what is concealed
    • concealed secret world free from space and time, free from things and
    • knowledge reveal itself? How is that which comes to us revealed when
    • concealed within that of the Earth; and thereby everything he
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    • lake or even of the ocean are concealed in the body of water, and
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    • Johann Valentin
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • things, however, that Johann Valentin Andreae sought to find.
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    • — indicates that in those days people appealed to the gods
    • sexual relations did not yet exist between male and female on
    • revealed by the way people present themselves, nor by the way
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    • post-Atlantean age — people only know tales about it
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    • and female aunts, it seemed to me, were presenting the sum
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    • with wholesale acceptance of the term democracy, for
    • scale capitalism had succeeded in making democracy into the
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    • reise seg fra den horisontale jordretning opp til den
    • vertikale, kosmiske himmelsretning. Det lærer å innta
    • vertikale, av det oppreiste, er hele organismen slik innrettet
    • den oppreiste vertikale gang, må der strømme krefter
    • man se - der hvor jeg taler om våre atlantiske forfedre -
    • først måttet lære å tale. I Akashakronikken
    • virkelig Jeg-bevissthet. Det lærer å tale.
    • lært ã tale. Det at barnet lærer å tale,
    • dypt begrunnet i menneskenaturen. Talen er atter en menneskelig
    • og levende har gjennemtrengt oss, evner vi å tale et sprog
    • virkeligheten aldri å tale, de er gjennemtrengt av
    • jordkreftene. Det å tale ved hjelp av geberder er ikke det
    • samme som menneskelig tale. Hvis man ved dressur efler andre
    • midler ville bibringe dyret en lignende tale, da ville der
    • idag holde oss til menneskets normale utvikling og må da
    • si at den menneskelige taleevne fra først av er gitt oss
    • forvandlet seg fra et stumt til et talende vesen.
    • ahrimanske innflydelse hadde all tale mättet bli
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    • revealed by a real scientific investigation of Nature; what scientists say
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    • are revealed in parables, that seeing they may see and not
    • ‘the mysteries of the kingdoms of heaven shall be revealed in
    • else that is revealed to us in surrounding nature is tantamount only
    • what we reacquire to-day was once primordial wisdom revealed to
    • has been made to indicate these things in the Calendar which has just
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
    • uniform and fixed there is the impress of death, and our Calendar is
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
    • ‘Calendar of the Soul’
    • the texts of the verses in the Calendar you will discern an element
    • you will be able to use this Calendar of the Soul every year. In it you
    • tried to justify the deed that has taken the form of the Calendar. It is
    • A new edition of the Calendar is in course
    • first edition of the Calendar (1912) contained reproductions of
    • weeks of the year, with a short Foreword by Dr Steiner. The Calendar
    • entitled “Rudelf Steiner's Calendar”
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    • microscope, the plant body revealed itself as a structure of small
    • revealed. The human and animal organ isms reveal a waking and a
    • to know this) it is revealed that the inner aspect of the human
    • seem, it is nevertheless revealed that the human soul pours itself
    • water lily, only at 7 a.m., and Calendula, the marigold, only
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    • and talents” — those who call themselves official
    • those ancient Mysteries certain tales were invented merely in
    • in the star-lit sky is precisely equivalent to what the
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    • earthly substances, a fact also revealed by the spiritual
    • scale into its being through the activity of thinking in the
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    • But this alert,
    • deeper meaning which is to be revealed by the Mystery of Golgotha
    • revealed it. It is the eternal Cosmic Word that lives in the
    • stars which revealed to man that Christ Jesus would appear. The
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    • concealed to our ordinary consciousness, as deeply hidden as the
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
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    • that lies concealed in them, all that has already been lost in
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    • not yet described in such a pale, cold way as is so frequently
    • substances became prevalent.
    • first idea of what the Mysteries revealed to him. The subsequent
    • thou art a divine being, a son of the Gods, was only revealed to
    • Socrates: Thales, Heraclitus, Anaxagoras — and for those
    • the human soul with warmth, he passed over to the pale thought of
    • important truth will be revealed to us: For the men of ancient
    • the truths which had to be revealed out of the spiritual world.
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    • concealed from the human individuality on going through the gates of
    • customary to recite certain parts in the dialect used in the
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    • is from what is concealed in the depths of the Christ thought. A
    • important to look for causes, which anyway are so easily concealed
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    • revealed to Zarathustra the many sides of the activity of Ormuzd, and
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    • every true thinker, this higher Ego is there, deeply concealed in all
    • thus revealed, the ancient Egyptian saw a spiritual script. He knew:
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    • fertilisation of the female ovum. A sheath encloses the light within the
    • seen to be prevalent where the light is most effective. In regions where
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    • recollection is — pale and abstract compared with the full vigour
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • more is revealed in speaking and singing than what the ordinary
    • a certain deepening of our forces of knowledge there is revealed to us
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    • los mundos espirituales desde donde el ser humano desciende a su cuerpo
    • podía hablar y pensar de los mundos espirituales, así como un
    • realidad; a través de la naturaleza misma de las Imaginaciones de
    • aquellos tiempos había Misterios institucionales en los que el
    • materiales en obras de arte, y lo que adquirían en forma de
    • lo que él encarna en sus materiales como pintor, escultor o un
    • encarnaba en sus materiales como artista y como lo que tenía por
    • mismas leyes por las que la naturaleza misma Crea y de las cuales estoy
    • festivales de Verano tenían significado sólo en la medida que
    • propios festivales se les dio una forma dramática, de acuerdo con
    • de uno en uno. Entonces, cuando se alejaban de la ceremonia,
    • de los hombres son terrenales en su origen estaba todavía
    • debería sentirse fortalecido cuando en Navidad se inmola a sí
    • con los antiguos Festivales de Verano, donde el objetivo era que el
    • no debe tener lugar en un momento en que sale de sí mismo y se da
    • épocas los Misterios en los Festivales de Verano se transformaron
    • naturaleza del corazón humano, puesto que el Sol me la ha revelado!
    • nos dice lo que el Sol es, nos dice algo sobre la naturaleza del Sol.
    • naturaleza del Sol; es decir, se procede desde el interior hacia el
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    • whole world is concealed from ordinary consciousness only because it is
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    • through the talents.
    • second part lay there sealed, like the great testament to be
    • And when, with soothing beam, the moons pale orb
    • revealed.
    • as far as the natural philosophers Anaxagoras and Thales who
    • dialect, several words and sounds were not quite clearly
    • against Goethe to say that here he means the female sex. He
    • Earth. — He sealed up the second part of Faust, and only after
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    • powers which are revealed through Christianity. Cyprian is
    • Cyprian is healed through the Christ-Impulse, in that he cast
    • comes to feel the whole event in Palestine as a family
    • Impulse is revealed to us — highest power so great that
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    • and, as water congealed into ice, so was the Spirit of
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    • following Goethe's spiritual evolution, as revealed in his
    • paleontology are in a similar case. In these sciences more
    • demanded even by geology and paleontology: — from the
    • evidence of paleontology and other archaeological records
    • which have been revealed by the researches of the nineteenth
    • concealed solely because the students only attend the
    • the calendar shows us to be closely connected, in a narrow
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    • built the pyramids. Engineer that he was, there was revealed to
    • brought about? I am telling you no fairy tales; this actually
    • write short stories nowadays, according to the prevalent taste?
    • fairy tale. I will describe the subject matter, which
    • must see together, in order that life may be revealed to you.
    • life; when the threads are revealed which pass from certain
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    • life something which is concealed from the every-day view of
    • earth, the origin of their gifts, capacities, talents, even the
    • capacities, talents, even genius, are Luciferic endowments, and
    • endowed with various capacities and talents. But they can lead
    • provided these gifts, these talents, are dedicated to the
    • gifts, talents, genius may be freed from the grasp of
    • element, which the Christ as the Healer brings with his never
    • mystery of human birth. What is revealed to us today out of the
    • truth. Christ has revealed Himself not only in the Gospels;
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    • concealed in the three kings who brought their offerings to
    • And higher than the most delightful tales
    • For what is here concealed, can ne'er be guessed;
    • heaven is revealed to him through sound.
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    • further countries lie to the West the more is the law thus revealed
    • his origin and ancestry, a great mystery is concealed. He was an
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    • Great Spirit; Paleface is servant of the spirits who, in black shapes
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    • times. The essential thing is to know what sort of man is concealed
    • the divine-spiritual Beings concealed behind them. If completely
    • breathing. He sees how the air he inhales passes into the blood
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    • spiritual world by means of the old clairvoyance still prevalent at
    • Palestine where Christ was born, there existed only long-lost
    • figure who will appear in the land of Palestine, seek ye the Messiah,
    • Palestine, know the Figure of Christ!” Those were the profound
    • wonderful connection between the native talents of the Teutonic
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    • ‘I’ was revealed clairvoyantly to man. According to
    • kinship, although the relationship is veiled or concealed. Occultly,
    • revealed as was necessary in order to establish a basis for the whole
    • presented a blurred, pale, lifeless image of reality; as I have
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    • a very deep truth concealed in the fact that the struggle between the
    • serve mankind if we develop our particular talents so as to offer
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    • abandon our dramatic convictions. For example, take the fairy-tale
    • you heard yesterday, the fairy-tale that Felicia tells Capesius in
    • beings whom we encounter in the silvery moonlight of the fairy-tale,
    • of a delicate fairy-tale ... the only vehicle fit to convey the
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    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
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    • there above the souls would coalesce and we should have a unity. But
    • in the Greek myth in the fact that the Dionysos-nature is concealed
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    • of the Greek gods, we cannot help seeing the equivalent of our own
    • Greek has concealed what we might call the inherent contradiction of
    • other in the world of the Greek tales, all the truths about the
    • development of man as revealed by the Akasha Chronicle, knows that
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    • the majestic splendour of the spiritual form which he revealed in the
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    • deeply into the Mystery which took place in Palestine. The more we
    • come to understand the Mystery of Palestine.
    • philosophy ‘Descartes has some fantastic tale about the vital
    • old-wives' tale. Happily we know better than that.’
    • old-wives' tale, it is the truth, a truth which originated in
    • give to Mary the yellow robe of the Magdalene! Why not? Because the
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • as it endeavors to scale the heights of spiritualality, — heights
    • of a kind that could stimulate and awaken any decisive talents. The
    • had been built in Urbino. This was something that imbued the early talents
    • us the figures of the Roman Popes, Alexander VI, Julius II, Leo X, in
    • is revealed in the radiance of the Raphael life. Then we understand
    • in an earlier. Just as the male and female must work in conjunction,
    • indeed revealed through mighty creations, although at that time men
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • Kalewala. Olaf Asteson. Das russische Volkstum. Die Welt als
    • to the Kalevala
    • of the Niebelungen in Central Europe; and finally of the Kalevala, and
    • as in the Niebelungen or in the Kalevala, are the deeds of spiritual-divine
    • everything which in the Kalevala has to do with Western Europe, I can
    • And what affects me very specially and remarkably in the Kalevala is
    • Kalevala gains a very special “nuance”, a colouring, which
    • can so to speak, make the whale matter comprehensible to us. I may say
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • that one is scarcely reminded of any locality or personality in Palestine.
    • delicately indicated at the end of Kalevala the penetration of the most
    • immediate present, with their complete souls; so that through Kalevala,
    • add the Kalevala to those already mentioned: We shall be able to show (to-day
    • as our own original secrets, as well as that which to-day is concealed
    • I say it without fear — the characters in Kalevala have sprung,
    • figure in Kalevala, Ilmarinen; if we go back to the old clairvoyant
    • consciousness at the back of Kalevala, and thus we look back into human
    • Sampo which had remained concealed. We see symbolically in a wonderful
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  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • which we can say, when we use it on a small scale — this is
    • still be working on a miniature scale. The flea would never come to
    • Moon-forces which chiefly influence the female organism at that time.
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    • revealed in the form-giving beauty of the light above, must be
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    • other systems have themselves to be healed.
    • Hippocrates, or, if he cannot read Galen, can still gather
    • in Galen, those old physicians, there survived something of what is
    • Galen. Thought, perception, the inner spiritual life of man, are a
    • Science to-day and these things are revealed to us: when we truly see
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    • us, as it were, lay on one scale of a spiritual balance,
    • Christ. On the other scale let us lay all the deep feelings,
    • be found that the scale upon which have been laid all the
    • the scale upon which have been laid all the deep feelings and
    • they contributed only what must be placed in the rising scale
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    • it is revealed to clairvoyant sight as it gazes backwards
    • that one makes the decision to put into words what is revealed
    • revealed to the eyes of the soul. Nevertheless for
    • sun was darkened over the land of Palestine, over the place of
    • can only be revealed to us in all its majesty by the Fifth
    • His Kingdom; He went about with us, revealed to us the
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    • To what end, then, did the events of Palestine take place? To
    • Here we have a direct indication that the event of Palestine is
    • of Palestine the Christ Being has therefore been a power in the
    • that this might be, the events of Palestine were necessary.
    • Spirit in Palestine.
    • understanding of these extraordinary events in Palestine which
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    • story that on a journey to Jerusalem for the feast, the Jesus
    • For the Bath-Kol revealed to him — and he was convinced
    • no longer the capacity to scale the heights of the Divine
    • to know many regions in Palestine and places outside. Now in
    • journey outside Palestine. But although I cannot say this with
    • secret cult and secret tenets at certain places in Palestine.
    • had been erected in Jerusalem so that the Essenes too might
    • through words revealed itself to him in all manner of
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    • the case on a lesser scale, a certain inner sadness had
    • But he had little talent for the treasures amassed by human
    • year. But he had concealed from his mother in earlier years the
    • all that had revealed itself through him. But his heart
    • but now forgotten. This prayer had been revealed to him when he
    • revealed again and again to clairvoyant investigation.
    • Nazareth, the change in this Being was revealed very
    • actually healed. They went to their neighbours when they
    • had now been fully revealed to Him, He transposed so that men
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    • the divine. In practice Injustice is equivalent to the godless;
    • equivalent to the one who has lost his divine origin; we blaspheme
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    • may say: here for once ordinary consciousness is revealed as
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    • it is revealed externally in nature, as opposed to what we
    • they were called: grammar, rhetoric, dialectic, arithmetic,
    • his predominantly artistic talents, he was faced by the riddles
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    • something of the spirit shone. Nature revealed spirit to him,
    • of inhabiting a spiritual world paled as man and world
    • spiritual life has revealed itself in particular phenomena. He
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    • larger scale, took place out there in space! But something else
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    • that he felt: through this human individual is revealed
    • talents were represented in the teacher, we should still have
    • who will at some stage in life develop talents that go far
    • they acquire the talents we have ourselves, but also that they
    • develop any latent talents we do not have at all. Even if no
    • to develop through his own power, and his talents may then go
    • revealed their unfruitfulness.
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    • healed through art. Armed with this knowledge, we can still
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    • scale, who even in face of the grave difficulties of the
    • present-day psychology has yet revealed) something that
    • is this? It is because, when you have scaled the peaks of
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    • individual talents of that person have to offer.
    • from the all too prevalent catch-word (which is thrown up by
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • daily life, is really only a dream of tale Will-impulses. When they will,
    • are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the blood extending
    • nerves a man was able to perceive what revealed itself to him as an
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    • which are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the
    • nerves a man was able to perceive what revealed itself to him as an
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    • well escape notice in the “Weltanschaumergaleben,”
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • life in which was revealed, not merely as an abstract life, but
    • concealed in that which otherwise lacks this reality in his
    • Church was to bring out a kind of Calendar. A certain number of
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    • Gnosis, revealed that the content and structure of the
    • Die sozialen Utopien, Leipzig, 1906
    • générales (1808)
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    • the finest testimony of man's capacity to scale the heights as
    • revealed to him by Goethe. From that moment we see Schiller's ever
    • point of view, but rather scales the mountain and shows that it is
    • comprehensive panorama, in which all views are revealed in their
    • tale: ‘These are riddles!’ For the moment we can get
    • of the senses: but through every sense organ there is revealed to
    • fairy tale by Schiller's words in his aesthetic letters. Goethe
    • wonderfully his psychology is revealed in it. We see in the
    • ‘Fairy Tale’ Goethe presents the evolution of the soul
    • scenes and persons, is one and the same thing. The Fairy Tale is
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    • to explore the deeper meaning of Goethe's ‘Fairy Tale of the
    • Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.’ We may well be
    • Fairy Tale.
    • Tale.
    • If we wanted to discuss every feature in this fairy tale and
    • other soul-capacities work upon us as talents, as more or less
    • How is this attained in the Fairy Tale? Because the real
    • kingdom, that of man, the secret which is to be revealed in the human
    • development. In the Fairy Tale Goethe shows in the Youth the human
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
    • ‘Beautiful Lily’ of the Fairy Tale.
    • as Goethe's philosophy and spiritual science, as well as the Fairy Tale:
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    • It was in August, 1831, that Goethe sealed up a packet and
    • testamentary directions for the editing of this sealed-up treasure.
    • Paracelsus, Valentinus and above all a work which from its whole
    • prevalent. But it could also happen that the opposite view was
    • his passions, desires, lusts, etc., into the lower scale of
    • that appealed merely to the understanding is represented in a
    • revealed.
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    • revealed. No more shall the False Teacher destroy the world —
    •  Vale in, vale out, the misty streaks grow dimmer;
    • philosophers Anaxagoras and Thales are figures of this kind.
    • love. Eros will complete the whole. Thales gives the advice:
    • has not yet scaled the necessary step which makes him capable of
    • scales, where Faust gives himself absolutely to the spiritual,
    • incident it is revealed that his egoism has not completely
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    • became so difficult that the priests of the Mysteries appealed
    • what was revealed in its manifold configurations, in all that
    • of a female form with many breasts. This is because we have no
    • Alexander the Great
    • of Aristotle and Alexander the Great, then one can begin to
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    • as Aristotle and Alexander.
    • have told you how the personality who is concealed behind the
    • This statue had a male character.
    • the side of it stood another, that had a female character. It
    • deformations he had caused in the plastic non-elastic female
    • receive in connection with the statue having a female character
    • With the other, the male statue, he had a different
    • suggestive influence of the female statue. And then he was able
    • considering such a personality as is concealed behind the name
    • shall have to see how Alexander the Great and Aristotle lived
    • indeed that held great tragedy for them. The fact is, Alexander
    • The Song of Alexander
    • history gives to-day of the doings of Alexander and Aristotle,
    • pass through Alexander the Great.
    • of Alexander, permeates them everywhere with descriptions of
    • kingdoms. Underlying his Song of Alexander, there was this
    • time in Macedonia when Alexander began his journeys into Asia,
    • when Alexander was taught by Aristotle, we cannot merely
    • for present times. There you will read how Alexander, against
    • gives us of the campaigns of Alexander, attributing to them
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  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • remember that in considering the part played by Alexander
    • connection of the human being with the macrocosm was revealed
    • Aristotle had still to give to Alexander the Great. An
    • natural impulses. When Aristotle points Alexander to the
    • and the Moon Statue, the male and the female. To approach the
    • was in Alexander the Great had come into close contact with the
    • later in Aristotle and Alexander the Great were in Ephesus a
    • the soul of Alexander entered into an intimate union with the
    • and Alexander the Great, there was living in the first place
    • especially in the soul of Alexander the Great, that is to say,
    • of him who afterwards became Alexander the Great.
    • between Alexander the Great and Aristotle, in a new form.
    • happened if Alexander, in his incarnation as Alexander, had
    • the day on which Alexander was born, Herostratus threw the
    • which Alexander was born, the Temple of Diana of Ephesus was
    • the soul of Alexander and in his teacher Aristotle.
    • Alexander into connection with what I said yesterday, when I
    • showed you how the mission of Alexander the Great was inspired
    • Alexander made in his soul: to restore to the East what she had
    • now we see what Alexander the Great is really doing, and doing
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    • expeditions of Alexander to Asia, is contained in the fact that
    • also the day on which Alexander the Great was born. At the end
    • Alexander the Great had received the impulse towards
    • interim time between Alexander and Julian the Apostate. For the
    • tracing this evolution: the period between Alexander and
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place; in Jerusalem the events
    • the Mystery of Golgotha was being enacted in Palestine, in that
    • Jerusalem. Men came to know of it, not through tradition but by
    • a spiritual path. Whilst in Palestine that most majestic and
    • Aristotle and Alexander the Great placed themselves in direct
    • Alexander, the Nature knowledge of Aristotle was carried over
    • Egypt alone, but all over Asia Alexander founded academies, and
    • Greece were ever and again able to find a refuge. Alexander
    • able to pass on to Alexander needed for its comprehension souls
    • Alexander. Only later in a diluted form did they come over into
    • expeditions of Alexander, it had made its way into Asia, and
    • Valentine Wiegel
    • Basil Valentine
    • that Alexander carried over into Asia and that returned to
    • wisdom that had come to new life in such men as Basil Valentine
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  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • birth of Alexander. And it is essential for a right
    • over in Palestine. Men had knowledge of it not through physical
    • metal instruments concealed in the Goetheanum; the gigantic sea
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    • scale are everywhere in evidence. Forces that are actively at
    • as Egos and astral bodies, and the pictures that are revealed
    • indicate in terms of the dialectic-empirical mentality of
    • There must be no dialectical tirades from here on the subject
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    • which without art would never be revealed. This means that
    • would never be revealed.” And this is what Goethe meant
    • which is to be revealed through Anthroposophy as life
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    • The colour will then become paler — and if we extend it
    • still further, the colour will become ever paler and paler,
    • if we contract this surface, then supposing it to be a pale
    • Goethe's Fairy Tale is here in its right place.
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    • turn the scale in either of these directions. In the
    • extreme to the other. Here you have the weighing of the scale
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    • charming and stirring fairy tales and other narratives of his
    • reflect the dramatic art as revealed to him through the reading
    • book sealed with seven seals, into his own present world. Of
    • style was one that made him blend with life as it revealed
    • figure of Werther he concealed to such a degree as to come near
    • of art, which revealed to him ancient Hellenism in its last
    • comprehensively in his own way in the fairy tale of
    • higher life, Goethe undertook to show in his fairy tale,
    • in this fairy tale. This he attached to a description of
    • evolution of the human soul in the fairy tale of
    • past and is a book sealed with seven seals. In a certain sense,
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    • talents. It is more difficult with the things he has given to
    • life situations as well as those of his friend Jerusalem
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    • form of the body and unites with it when you inhale. It is only
    • concealed from us in normal life because it is only while we
    • concealed than in Goethe's time, but it nevertheless is
    • concealed mysteriously in his Faust. Countless persons
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    • corresponds to their observed talents. This will soon prove to
    • that corresponds to my talents and inclinations that I have had
    • each other. Male and female are necessary for the propagation
    • for negative, and the male necessary for the female, so also
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    • place of the Bible and the sales counter replaces the altar.
    • containing the laws governing the world. Much is concealed
    • little more concealed than those I have given. Moreover,
    • what is concealed behind these things and many have been taken
    • concealed. Then, when all sorts of numerical relationships are
    • subconscious, that spiritual secrets might be revealed through
    • will take in only such things as the old ladies, male and
    • female, discuss among themselves at afternoon teas (I am
    • are concealed behind them. It is entirely wrong not to become
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    • everybody, to share any small talent that had come into my
    • that the writings of the ancient physician Galen be sent him as
    • pale, lean, smoothly shaven, but with somewhat more witch-like
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    • bottom of this lies a certain concealed egoism but people will
    • considerations that revealed the Mystery of Golgotha in its
    • concealed within the steam engine what had been learned in the
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    • different was concealed behind it. If we wish to know what was
    • really concealed behind this spirit form, we must realize that
    • revered what was revealed to them through it. But during the
    • to have his soul coalesce with the spiritual world. But through
    • of these words might make us grow pale were we to take it in
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    • thus concealed is the answer to the question: what then
    • and also Christ in the cosmos were revealed to man before the
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    • to Ram, Bull, Twins, Cancer, Lion, Virgin, Scales, as we
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    • was describing only a few days ago as the aura revealed when
    • substance of both male and female, and then go to present day
    • by the so-called Valentin Andreae arose. On the other hand, however,
    • prejudices. I could tell many tales about this but now I will
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    • scale that was possible by 1907, was something which only
    • practically no more than a sort of equivalent for the
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    • any measures on a small scale, one can truly no
    • except by treating things on a big scale, as I might
    • Kernpunkte der sozialen Frage published in English under
    • "Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus," of which the
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    • upon which the source of his findings is revealed to him. For
    • revealed to us in a way similar to our experience of color and
    • inasmuch as the immortal soul is revealed to him underlying the
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    • unconscious comes to be revealed.
    • revealed that go far beyond that ordinary observation can
    • year old son was very talented and should be supported, applied
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    • we had only pale thoughts, as compared with the living sense
    • before the soul's gaze like the ordinary pale thinking which is
    • would never be revealed.” And he also said
    • us when his soul and spirit is revealed through his physical
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    • has marshaled from the scientific viewpoint against
    • revealed himself. It was Eduard von Hartmann himself who had
    • is revealed, together with what is beyond birth, only divided,
    • Death, however, is revealed together with what exists
    • such a narrow view like the one prevalent around the middle of
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    • Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage. Band III.
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    • Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage. Band III.
    • Lenin transported in a sealed wagon, through Germany to
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    • beings are those as such, ought not to have revealed
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    • this — that whales exist, does not prevent us from
    • body has a talent for this or the other, but that through his
    • “talents” may make him of interest to the spirits
    • improvement of the world's affairs than all the stale talk
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    • he concealed in his third tenet -but no account is ever taken
    • table who had scales near them in order to measure out and
    • little talent, to become at that age, a Feuilletonist.
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    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus.
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    • come across artists realise the fear, very prevalent among;
    • imagination. Writers of fairy-tales or other artists who try
    • feeling for what lives in speech and is revealed in the
    • instance, when a man has genuine-musical talent. How does
    • is the result of inner destiny) produces musical talent or
    • level, and then artistic talent is lacking. A man in whom the
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    • Existen dos versiones de esta meditación en el original alemán —
    • jerarquías espirituales, y está enteramente en alemán, al contrario
    • naturaleza tan cúltica: La fuerza con la que regresan es igual a
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    • extreme to the other. Here you have the weighing of the scale
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    • beings and revealed themselves in such a way that the earth man
    • paler and paler, and he felt himself more and more lifted out
    • mankind through this revealed divine wisdom, not even in the
    • concealed the knowledge of this Mystery. Human beings had first
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    • an equivalent manner recognized by the School — the
    • recollections that Christ Himself had taught in Palestine. It
    • in Palestine. The physical continuance of remembrance is what
    • been told that the events of Palestine could even be doubted,
    • concerning the events in Palestine ? It was possible because in
    • Him, therefore, as detached from the whole Palestinian setting.
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    • of the soul the objective spiritual world is revealed.
    • There is now revealed nothing spiritual, but through the outer
    • silence of the soul there is revealed, in addition to the
    • A third stage is scaled through the fact that something is now
    • scale by the spiritualized, refined level of love. Our ego is
    • equivalent, if it is not fully conscious to them. That which
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • seven tones in the scale, we have seven members of our being
    • French comparative anatomist and the founder of paleontology.
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    • inhaled by human beings and animals, who in turn exhale
    • carbonic acid that would destroy the air were it not inhaled
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    • manifest the world-spirit. Fairy tales, legends and
    • do meaningless things like, for example, braiding. Talents
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    • to Alexander the Great.
    • Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) was king
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    • sense, and the more numerous and greater the talents and
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    • 100) were a sect that flourished in Palestine. In their monastic community,
    • healers.
    • therefore also the greatest healer.
    • Spiritual Being is the greatest healer. From Christ is born
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    • perfected. Some people enter life possessing great talents,
    • brought out. A person can bring such talents because his
    • special talents, it shows that he has made good use of his
    • imposed upon him, his inherent inclinations and talents are
    • inner inclinations and talents brought over from former
    • talents and abilities are spoiled; the essence brought over
    • the twenty-first year a person evolves, the talents and
    • talents be of benefit to the people and the state.
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    • controversy about books, that is, whether Valentin Andreae,
    • Valentin Andreae (1586–1654) theologian, wrote about
    • up the writings of Valentin Andreae, or indeed any other
    • initiation is revealed to him; to speak in Goethe's sense:
    • The great secret is revealed of what “ultimately holds
    • extent can they also be revealed.
    • was revealed; no hint was given theoretically or otherwise,
    • revealed. The second rule concerns conduct, and may be
    • depicted in calendars.
    • the philosopher's stone. At present human beings inhale
    • oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, that is, what is exhaled is
    • a compound of oxygen and carbon. A person inhales oxygen,
    • life-giving air, and exhales carbon dioxide, which is
    • coal we see carbon that was once inhaled by the plants. Thus,
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    • revealed.
    • wonderful tone and scales the inner drama, the whole range of
    • what he revealed outwardly. Wagner knew that within human
    • partially revealed in space and time. He sought to understand
    • They revealed the superhuman aspect of a person's being.
    • female figure. In Goethe's Faust it is indicated in the words
    • female figure that is looked up to as the higher
    • essence, its true nature, is depicted as a female figure
    • Germanic myths as a female figure. The warrior who fought
    • justice to the wisdom found in legends, to things revealed
    • To the maiden was then revealed that in a former life she was
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    • that differ from their own is not the equivalent of doubting
    • ideal; through what he is, is revealed what we shall become.
    • forces are revealed as harmony and rhythm, but must not be
    • Jewish and Christian writings appeared in Palestine between
    • was the custom to consult the calendar, and give the newly
    • time was revealed on earth only as a spark, was revealed in
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    • concealed in the old names. Through him we are able to divine the
    • must be revealed. On such trials often fail the attempts of spiritual
    • Calendar of the Soul,
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    • concealed from him, and he beheld only appetites and instincts. But these
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    • Palestine and reached the age of thirty, and what became of him
    • earth. The Mysteries revealed what was to take place in the
    • plane. At that time there were brotherhoods in Palestine which
    • and Mary Magdalene. John does not say that the mother of Jesus
    • have repealed that a Mystery had been enacted. A small
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    • scale to the New Year upon a great cosmic scale, from the
    • place upon a small scale always correspond to the things which
    • take place upon a large scale, and upon a large scale the
    • things are the same as upon a small scale. The small scale, the
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    • fact healed from outside. One only has to bring about in the organism,
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    • today by a person's complexion, e.g., if someone is pale, that he is
    • saffron, the colchium autumnale might perhaps be beautiful.
    • were still there, and basically only at the time of Galen did one start
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    • calendar, giving the course of the year from January to
    • These facts grew into a kind of folk tale, which runs as
    • tales; it grows out of this same sure feeling for Lucifer and
    • folk tales, even the simplest of them. But it was possible for
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    • being a clock it is also a sort of calendar showing the
    • fact, it is a great work of art created by a very talented man.
    • explained that a simple folk tale grew out of the feeling that
    • this folk tale we feel that on the one hand there was a sensing
    • see this from the fact that the folk tale goes on to relate
    • clock. I want to mention this folk tale as an indication of the
    • Here again the folk tale is wiser, even more scientific, in the
    • say, of course, but the folk tale does say that the clockmaker
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    • to bring out all the latent talents. But these potential
    • talents can be drawn out in various ways. This is the important
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • pale one. They will know that all those things are caused by
    • pale face. Nowadays we still believe this. We can of course
    • his life seen a whale, you could never prove the existence of
    • whales through logic alone, could you? Pointing to the reality
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    • Die geistigen Hintergruende der sozialen Frage. Band II.
    • curious people who when at the table have scales of which
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    • wishes to pronounce sentence, sentence of wholesale extermination, upon
    • personalities outside the pale of Spiritual Science. Here too lies mere
    • to earlier ages we frequently find among talented men that they still
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    • appealed to as St. John of the Cross who really teaches Pantheism (if
    • be revealed to him not what was revealed at the time when St. John of
    • the Cross was writing, but there will be revealed to man what lies today
    • is also prevalent in certain societies of Freemseons and similar brotherhoods.
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    • inadequate nonsense. For a true insight into what is really revealed
    • the phenomenon there was revealed anything but, at best, the basic phenomena,
    • the animals is—as I recently sale—in reality sick (see Lecture
    • the spiritual world which will be revealed in our time by a special
    • sublime things were revealed in dreams, exist no longer, therefore,
    • world, but the opposite of which is prevalent in the modern world, must
    • only about merely personal opinions and not concerning what is revealed
    • our own opinions, our own aspirations, justified by what is revealed
    • entering into the facts revealed from the spiritual world, but wishes
    • spiritual. And this attitude is a prevalent one. It would be more comfortable,
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    • that can also be very prevalent today. This is emphasised; but today
    • life is prevalent among modern scientists. They are indifferent about
    • is revealed every time there is real deep observation of nature, namely.
    • here—that these Chinamen lay stress on there being no equivalent
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    • about Socrates or Alexander the Great, about Julius Caesar, the Emperor
    • human. For this reason the prevalent attitude of these northern barbarians
    • a difference of degree. In Palestine Christ came to the individual man
    • introduced into his fairy tale of The Green Snake and the Beautiful
    • fairy tale—and then try not just to remain on the surface but
    • this Mystery of Golgotha. For the whole fairy tale of the Green Snake
    • period, in all that rings forth from his fairy tale of The Green
    • fifth period, then there is revealed to us the spiritual wave that up
    • of the scenes in Faust or in the fairy tale of The Green
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    • of man that allowed the visions to arise which in a certain way revealed
    • Schröer, was studying the various dialects, the various languages
    • that as powerful imagination meet you in The Fairy tale of the Green
    • to understand the Goethe who wrote the fairy tale of The Green Snake
    • tale of The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily in the little
    • This fairy tale of The
    • day there were a number of interpretations of this fairy tale and since
    • to throw light on to the fairy tale from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • tale. It was at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth century when
    • the knot of this fairy tale untied itself for me. And I have never since
    • fairy tale of The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily. It may
    • fairy tale, this intellect is found absolutely wanting. It is necessary
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    • possible to share things which are revealed from Higher Worlds.
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    • revealed related to Goethe and his “Faust.” What is
    • most admirably Goetheanistic within this which is revealed
    • penetrated and which had been revealed in the depths. One wants
    • know however, what lives in the soul and is revealed from the
    • revealed to him, and allowed himself to turn to the sign which
    • is not revealed by the universe but that which rises from the
    • towards that which the great universe revealed to humanity.
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    • extraordinary which we call talents, aptitudes, particular
    • broods in order to reach clarity: which are my talents and
    • for clarity regarding talents and abilities through
    • particular colourings and talents inter-relate with the
    • this way. With reference to our talents and abilities as a
    • become independent from his talents and abilities. This healing
    • only slowly transforms talents. Yes, attention must be drawn to
    • in order for the transformation of talents to be carried out,
    • revealed out of the spiritual scientific knowledge.
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    • be revealed to man. And as we approach the building which is to stand
    • the duality of that which is revealed and of that which comes to meet
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    • of opposition. There is going to be lying on a much bigger scale. But
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    • the principle prevailed that he who healed diseases was
    • depths concealed in it become evident. All the temptations I
    • and found in the hills and dales of the world, obsessed
    • genius, talent, and so forth. What Darwinism fantastically
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    • have known what befell Gretchen after Valentine's death,
    • strange-looking individual with a pale face moving towards
    • Echo, too, like tales once told in
    • to many. For, in Evil, is revealed the source of much that
    • concealed in Goethe's writings has yet to be brought into the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • all the striving of such a poem, as we find it revealed in
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    • prepares himself beforehand in the female element. And we
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    • Invocation Scene, the entire scale of emotions and feelings
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    • impulses of Evil will work into the world on a grand scale,
    • evolution lay concealed.
    • story goes on. The boy Oedipus grew up; his talents
    • revealed the truth. Jocaste, suddenly knowing herself tobe
    • concealed beneath these things. The Court lady of the
    • enough for anyone to give himself up to the fairy-tales that
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    • Greece, with the times in which Anaxagoras and Thales lived.
    • With Thales,
    • though loftier, are becoming superseded, and that with Thales
    • Thales. I have mentioned this in my
    • of fire, and Thales, the philosopher of water, as has
    • those of Thales as between the pygmies and the herons —
    • specially clear in Anaxagoras. This is why Thales looks upon
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    • Anaxagoras and Thales our only imitators of the old Mystery
    • ancient Mystery wisdom. Thales is really the inaugurator, the
    • Anaxagoras. From what he says we can gather that Thales can
    • What Thales
    • Anaxagoras that the world of which Thales speaks, the world
    • is undecided: “What says my Thales?” He still
    • first have Thales' advice. And Thales deters him from
    • no match for Thales' objections, for these come from the
    • thoughts drawn from the present world of the senses. Thales
    • forces of evil are revealed. Were these forces for evil not
    • revealed, man could not arrive at free-will. And those
    • being, and that male and female have only been developed in
    • in Goethe's impulses there is already concealed the way that
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    • scales with which we have just corRared it.
    • called “Der Internationale Kitt” (International Cement) are
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    • in their consciousness how, at that time, the great Alexander
    • dense, the Kabiren Mysteries were concealed. Among the
    • their journey, Thales, who is to be the guide of Homunculus
    • It was Thales, the old philosopher of nature, whom
    • Thales himself cannot be made to help Homunculus to become
    • Home. Goethe had a deep respect for Thales conception of the
    • leads Goethe to his mighty finale — the shattering of
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    • revealed in it with such lofty wisdom in no way prejudices
    • Eckermann, namely, that there is much concealed in his
    • thus concealed, and afterwards go on to what we could not
    • prevalent among them is a certain atavistic power of
    • gay festival of the sea, and it is Thales, the man of natural
    • makes the philosopher Thales conduct Homunculus into the
    • presence of Nereus. Now Goethe thought very highly of Thales,
    • concealed in man, in his development from the human
    • Thales point to the retinue of the moon approaching on little
    • finale of this scene where it runs:
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    • deep in human hearts and souls; and they must be healed if
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    • we revealed, originated out of the higher planes of Devachan,
    • are indicating an equivalent wording, but only through
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    • spiritual world becoming concealed, yet another possibility,
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • that was there revealed from heavenly heights. It has gradually fallen
    • of the West is sealed and in the wake of dire catastrophes the further
    • forth. In old calendars we frequently find the symbol of Aries, but
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    • A most remarkable connection is then revealed, helping us to
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    • present the book of folk tales called
    • other tales, and had been influenced by them. At
    • element which appealed so happily to Fichte's own spiritual
    • really uncouth and that he had no talent for adapting himself to
    • guidance have been revealed throughout eternity to mankind —
    • applied the Kantian philosophy in criticism of revealed religion;
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    • tales of what they wanted to feel and should feel, when the so-called
    • villages, stopping at various homes, to present their simple tales.
    • In God's Name now our tale begins.
    • preceded in the church calendar by the “Day of Adam and
    • female characters, the name Eva (Eve) and the name they associated
    • could find a similar tale today for such an occasion. The time when a
    • trees, Christmas sales, and cars and electric trains running through
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    • foundations are more and more revealed. For what meets us in the
    • spirit form of the teacher is revealed to the clairvoyant eye of his
    • indeed have significance. But its significance is not revealed in
    • wondrously revealed to us in the words of Krishna to his disciple
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    • scale from the mineral kingdom through the plant and animal kingdoms
    • to be of such a nature that they cannot be revealed externally to the
    • tells us, we have to imagine a kind of embodiment, though much concealed in
    • Lemurian age. This is the same that revealed itself as Krishna.
    • Afterward the connection with the Krishna mystery was revealed.
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    • Kalevala by the Finnish people, or the Homeric poems by the
    • all times been concealed from the wide plain of human intelligence.
    • though it is published and revealed in the light of day.
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    • into what one may call the super-sensible equivalent of that which one
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    • revealed to him who has come to know the nature of the Mysteries. In
    • are revealed in certain passages of the second part of Faust or
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    • subject of public lectures. Formerly, these truths were only revealed
    • a thousand years before the Christian era. It is the epoch of Thales,
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    • All the world knows that man inhales oxygen and exhales carbonic acid.
    • cannot inhale carbonic acid for the purposes of nourishing his being.
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    • not to make wrong use of the truths revealed to him. But the
    • the sex of the physical body. The etheric body of a man is female; the
    • etheric body of a woman is male. In both man and woman, the astral
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    • of the blood. Man begins to exhale less carbon; he retains a certain
    • amount and uses it for building up his body. The air he exhales is
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    • Alexandrian philosophy.
    • concealed in the depths of Christianity.
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    • Death is revealed to him.
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    • “And thus as we descend the scale of being, Nature speaks to the
    • that exists is revealed as it were in a mirror, inversed. In the
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    • Here we shall consider man as an astral being as he is revealed by
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    • rhythm whereby its fatigue is healed. Thanks to this rhythm and the
    • approximately the time needed for the accomplishment of a male and a
    • female incarnation — that is to say, for the two aspects under
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    • revealed. To the perception of the ‘continents’ and
    • the Akashic Record of Indian philosophy is revealed. In our modern
    • would descend to Earth as congealed air and we could recognise each
    • develop what is always expressed in occultism by a female figure.
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    • definite moment in history. In human form, He revealed by His words
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    • Before Christianity, super-sensible truth was revealed in the rites and
    • as it was revealed in the Divine Personality of Christ. But in every
    • visions of the past and also of the future were revealed to the pupils
    • will constitute the new Jerusalem.
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    • events in Palestine between the years 1 and 33 A.D. He who
    • with divine powers, with occult powers. He has healed the
    • sense world is revealed. He starts out from these words
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    • oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide. The plant exhales the
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    • ancient Palestine one designated as a “Lion”, he
    • That it was so, is especially revealed in the scene known as
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    • proportion as a man acquires new senses, so are new phenomena revealed
    • once felt himself to be in the presence of two female forms, one beautiful
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    • a change from male to female at every seventh incarnation. The experiences
    • of the soul are obviously very different in a male incarnation from
    • those it encounters in a female incarnation. Hence the general rule
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    • with the vibrations of the etheric body. If any musical talent exists,
    • This, too, is the age when stories and fairy tales, which represent
    • to wealth, perhaps endowed also with great talents and surrounded by
    • perhaps with few talents or abilities, and so apparently predestined
    • the scale of nature towards man, the more individual does destiny become.
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    • our destiny come about and why are we born with talents and circumstances
    • strong will, is bold, courageous, with an urge to action. Alexander
    • developed musical talent is to be incarnated, it will naturally not
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    • have loved others, you will remain young and hale. In this way you can
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    • contain the female reproductive organs and the stamens, the male. In all
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    • pale-faces promised us that your Chief would give our brothers other
    • Man has not kept the promise he made to the Brown Man. You Pale-faces
    • was concealed. The name he gave to this Godhead was Brahman, the hidden
    • revealed itself to him. Yoga was the name of the training he had to
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    • this involve? We inhale the air with its oxygen; we combine the oxygen
    • with carbon and we exhale carbon dioxide, in which no man or animal can
    • environment: we inhale the breath of life and exhale air which we can make
    • air he has himself exhaled — unlike the European, who is always
    • so that the air he exhales is usable and can be breathed again. How
    • this is; how he is led into the events in Palestine when Christ Jesus
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    • “spiritual” healers make this mistake, which can be very
    • reject the material realm, in which God has revealed himself, we are
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    • experience. And in addition, pale thoughts that are after-effects in
    • And physicians only begin to be healers if they also are prepared to
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    • these scales (see drawing). There is one spot, one point right here.
    • You can lay weights there or there and then you have put the scales
    • hypomochlion. It is not affected by what you lay on the scale at the
    • left, or what you lay on the scale at the right. Of course, the
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • scale at this right end of the beam, again you have to reckon with
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    • science hardly knows anything. Aristotle taught it to Alexander when
    • of zero. Just as the beam of a pair of scales goes through a point of
    • follow the laws to which the rest of the scales is subject. You can
    • think when you have a pair of scales,
    • learned are in force; this gives the scales an exact form —
    • scales, the law of leverage. You can carry the scales around; their
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • as well as with male visionaries.
    • another thing at the next. His tale can go on like this, for
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • revealed the spiritual world, is in this case pouring itself inward,
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    • of the organism. In earlier times the healers worked to remove a host
    • this incarnation the man is extremely talented, carrying over from
    • — with his fantastic personality, his giant talent —
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • most talented things on the stage, the moment he withdraws from his
    • convalescence their soul is in no way injured, depends upon one's
    • convalescents, their physical healing will not be complete without
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    • proceeding inward from the cosmos. Human beings do not merely inhale
    • a gaseous substance we inhale formative forces appropriate to our own
    • way: We inhale. The inhaling is activated by the astral body. The
    • exhalation there is no problem. But how can we inhale during sleep if
    • human being; it is an inner process. What is exhaled by the
    • nerve-sense system becomes united with what is being inhaled by the
    • ordinary external inhalation, we see a union of what is inhaled with
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    • continually to take something out of us. And if we are not alert
    • formation, if we are not absolutely alert and in complete control of
    • We would miss this emanation if we were not alert. But it does not
    • will be continually healed by them — healed of the universal
    • priestly attitude of the physician, the physical healer. If we
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    • be a healer requires first and foremost a spiritual outlook on the
    • science. It really needs to be healed. One can indeed say, the
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    • aware of them in the course of their work. If one is alert to these
    • revealed in this human life itself.
    • nerve-sense system will be healed by the spirit in outer nature, so
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    • healers who are not physicians. Those who are here today (with a very
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    • experience. And in addition, pale thoughts that are after-effects in
    • And physicians only begin to be healers if they also are prepared to
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    • these scales (see drawing). There is one spot, one point right here.
    • You can lay weights there or there and then you have put the scales
    • hypomochlion. It is not affected by what you lay on the scale at the
    • left, or what you lay on the scale at the right. Of course, the
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • scale at this right end of the beam, again you have to reckon with
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    • science hardly knows anything. Aristotle taught it to Alexander when
    • of zero. Just as the beam of a pair of scales goes through a point of
    • follow the laws to which the rest of the scales is subject. You can
    • think when you have a pair of scales,
    • learned are in force; this gives the scales an exact form —
    • scales, the law of leverage. You can carry the scales around; their
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • as well as with male visionaries.
    • another thing at the next. His tale can go on like this, for
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • revealed the spiritual world, is in this case pouring itself inward,
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    • of the organism. In earlier times the healers worked to remove a host
    • this incarnation the man is extremely talented, carrying over from
    • — with his fantastic personality, his giant talent —
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • most talented things on the stage, the moment he withdraws from his
    • convalescence their soul is in no way injured, depends upon one's
    • convalescents, their physical healing will not be complete without
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    • proceeding inward from the cosmos. Human beings do not merely inhale
    • a gaseous substance we inhale formative forces appropriate to our own
    • way: We inhale. The inhaling is activated by the astral body. The
    • exhalation there is no problem. But how can we inhale during sleep if
    • human being; it is an inner process. What is exhaled by the
    • nerve-sense system becomes united with what is being inhaled by the
    • ordinary external inhalation, we see a union of what is inhaled with
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    • continually to take something out of us. And if we are not alert
    • formation, if we are not absolutely alert and in complete control of
    • We would miss this emanation if we were not alert. But it does not
    • will be continually healed by them — healed of the universal
    • priestly attitude of the physician, the physical healer. If we
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    • be a healer requires first and foremost a spiritual outlook on the
    • science. It really needs to be healed. One can indeed say, the
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    • aware of them in the course of their work. If one is alert to these
    • revealed in this human life itself.
    • nerve-sense system will be healed by the spirit in outer nature, so
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    • the pale and shadowy impressions which any modern language makes upon
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    • something was being infused into evolution which finally revealed
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    • thing elsewhere concealed in a verbal resemblance. In the Aryan
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    • many cosmic mysteries concealed, which can well be pondered for a
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    • become revealed as the solid matter we see around us. In the act of
    • together all their separate talents into one common activity. All the
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    • such notions about the Bible as are prevalent today. Men could soon
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    • imprinted in man's bodily nature the moon-earth-dust,” the tale
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    • male has a feminine etheric body, and the female a masculine etheric
    • male and female, came about relatively late, after the “days”
    • male and female in the sense of today; the Elohim-man was at the same
    • time both male and female, undifferentiated. Thus man, in the sense
    • still undifferentiated, still male and female at the same time.
    • the meaning of the words translated male and female created he
    • today, but to the undifferentiated man, the male-female man.
    • They take exception to the view that the Elohim-man was male-female,
    • and that therefore the male-female is what was made in the image of
    • higher levels. The male-female becomes differentiated into man and
    • male-female human being.
    • man, who is still male-female — from the bi-sexual man —
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    • himself, by external observation, of the events in Palestine
    • world left Paul unconvinced; when these events in Palestine had come
    • strictly scientific, are such as to make a man turn pale when they
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    • be revealed in its essence and purity if the possibility of
    • been concealed for a time under the mantle of tradition now came to
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    • peoples will then take effect on a wide scale, weaving threads between
    • nothing of each other. But what will operate on a universal scale over
    • who governed the little territory of Palestine, knew anything of the
    • first, after the destruction of Jerusalem; the second, after the
    • capture of Jerusalem by the Crusaders; the third — Ahasver, the
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    • Mystery of Birth, the Christmas Mystery once revealed in such glory,
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    • Golgotha was veiled, concealed. Men had first to become firmly rooted in
    •   Fragment from the Eastern School of Valentinus,
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    • transformation, on a wider scale, of what already lives in
    • outlines of objects, and also the tones resounding from them, revealed
    • in the constellation of Libra (the Scales). As the Atlantean epoch
    • Their reality will have already paled long before man's existence on
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    • appeared visibly in the events in Palestine held sway through all the
    • ages of antiquity, and His divine Being is revealed in many diverse
    • same God, incarnate in the Man of Palestine, appears in microcosmic
    • room are revealed in all their splendour. So it can be for a man who
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    • mysteriously concealed. Furthermore, it was predicted that a great
    • microcosmic form in Palestine.
    • Palestine, incarnated in a human body in order that His power might
    • on Sinai, an outer sign of the Divine Power was revealed to Moses; but
    • Christ revealed Himself from the spiritualised fire. Matter
    • within himself. For Christ is the great Healer of mankind. His Power
    • significant process. On a small scale it is the same in the spiritual
    • And so the sheaths that had enveloped the Divine Man of Palestine
    • events in Palestine? No single one of the events of which he could
    • spiritual fire. For it is indeed true that as the Christ was revealed
    • revealed to us in a spiritualised fire of the future. He is with
    • in the Christ-light which was revealed to Paul on the road to
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    • revealed to mankind in times relatively near to our own.
    • into the significance of what was revealed to mankind in these
    • civilisation. Something all-embracing, grand, universal, is revealed
    • the event of Palestine the time came for the super-sensible to pour
    • revealed to mankind.
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    • guise; strictly speaking only since the events in Palestine, when
    • Palestine, there was indeed cause for saying: “Change your mood
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    • world extend may be concealed, they do extend into the human being.
    • death. Now, the opinion is very prevalent that a person who can look
    • secret which is revealed to us. We remember all our night-life. This
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    • feel that great connections lie concealed behind such events as those
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    • knowledge of the inner human organisation which is concealed in his
    • educational development consists in bringing out the concealed wisdom
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    • Would it have been possible to prove the existence of a whale in the
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    • belongs; to which he belongs with the concealed parts of his being,
    • which is concealed in us, which lives within our physical covering
    • remarkable man. He had not much talent for entering into psychic
    • envy you your talent!”’
    • is revealed to him. Naturally it is not revealed to him in the same
    • not have revealed themselves to him; and all this would have remained
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    • is everywhere prevalent. Its methods dominate the world. We drink it
    • catacombs, concealed and despised, now fills the world. And the
    • children sat thus a pale light blossomed in the sky, in the centre
    • It even sent a reflection into other regions of the sky, a pale green
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    • the full significance is revealed.
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    • Many of the popes of the notorious papal age, as for example Alexander
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    • in the ant heap, one can separate the workers, the males and females
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    • through the process of creating their body for themselves. Males,
    • females and workers, the three members of the ant heap, comprise the
    • in the same way as an ant heap controls the males, females and
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    • actually inhales life: the Nirvana plane.
    • when God revealed himself in the light. In the burning thorn bush,
    • semblance (beauty) and power. (See Goethe's Fairy Tale.)
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    • what is revealed we must assume the revealers, beings of will nature;
    • wisdom is that which is revealed.
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    • The same law is also to be found on a larger scale. The beings whom we
    • himself spiritually. The breaking of the male voice is connected with
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    • earth. On the large scale as in the single details, one must bear in
    • The physical woman has therefore many concealed masculine qualities;
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    • body: the feminine etheric body of the man, and the male etheric body
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    • The human ego-consciousness was to be purified and healed through
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    • which works from man to man as the true healer.
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    • male-female. He also had at that time an astral and etheric body, but
    • tales about the winged serpent, about the dragon. Such was man's
    • was male-female. The present day human being is also male-female. In
    • the case of a man the basis of the upper members is female, with a
    • woman the basis of the upper etheric body is of male formation. So
    • actually the physical nature of the human being is also male-female.
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    • take into consideration a revealed side, the phenomena, and a hidden
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    • later revised his time scale of earthly evolution to much shorter
    • with human beings there existed male and female animals. Very
    • bisexual state, and together with him bisexual animals, male and
    • female. It was only through the Lunar Pitris that man became mature
    • deterioration of the Earth. The wholesale deterioration of the races
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    • that he must rectify. What takes place on a large scale on the Earth,
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    • wisdom was revealed to the ancient Indians by the Rishis. The second
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    • before man advanced to this process of breathing, he inhaled and
    • exhaled warmth, transforming this into the circulation of the warm
    • as present-day man. At that time plants did not exhale oxygen. Oxygen,
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    • spiritual life still exists, there are those who have become healers
    • been verified that the Oriental healers, who only live on milk, again
    • reveals this in a somewhat concealed way. That divine being who gave
    • of life, and the Eastern healer relates this form of nourishment to
    • have received everything which is in this earthly vale. At the
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    • His build revealed clearly that the
    • planning. Using thought in this way, even on the smallest scale, will
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    • however, the species of animal is revealed to us. Therefore to the
    • union with the spirit is revealed, a union that is indissoluble
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    • congealed spirit being lived out in this way in the individual animal
    • this learning to stand, a great deal in human life lies concealed;
    • were, congealed directly in the form. In man we find each individual
    • a strong impression on us — what meets us as congealed ego
    • idea, congealed concept or conception, and as congealed sense of
    • congealed sense of sound that meets us. For that intercourse with the
    • phenomena of blushing and turning pale I have often given you common
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    • to the oracles as a last resource. And all that was revealed from this
    • — that deep spiritual truths are concealed in these ancient
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    • spiritual forces, are revealed.
    • the universe from outside, the aspect of spirit-and-soul is revealed
    • qualities, too, are revealed to us in a quite different guise. If,
    • with what is revealed to him from the other side of life. But these
    • one side only of existence is revealed. Indeed when we look outwards,
    • nature of spirit-and-soul. And then the cosmos is revealed in its
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    • of little use for our physical life. Oxygen we inhale; in the body it
    • undergoes a change and carbon dioxide is formed, which we exhale. So
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    • henceforth will thirst after the forms revealed by the truths of
    • that has been done, for instance, for our Calendar during the
    • deepest thoughts are often revealed in the simplest words, formulated
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    • activity, which is the revealing of the un-revealed.
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    • of a friend, revealed that he had so represented the course of history
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    • hostile feeling must receive its equivalent compensation. It has to
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    • ‘question motif’ in fairy-tales and sagas is very
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    • overcoming takes decades to accomplish: but it is revealed
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    • spiritual perception, and realise that in the child is revealed
    • gazes on the child. It is something revealed through the child
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    • is given by fairy-tales and legends, by all that leads away from dry
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    • — revealed within certain limits — is bound to be a true
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    • wave-movements through the ether. What here revealed itself was
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    • Nature is truly equivalent to the Will in Man. The realm of Will in
    • Man is equivalent to this whole realm of action of the cathode
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    • hidden, something that is concealed by our soul-experiences just as
    • something belonging to the outer world is concealed by our
    • revealed in ecstasy is mirage, reality or phantasy, neither will we
    • world of spiritual beings and facts revealed in the state of ecstasy.
    • however, see the world that is revealed to one in the state of
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • yesterday, was then revealed in all its truth, namely, that there is a
    • from the Sun to the planets. Something was revealed spiritually that
    • between the Sun and the planets. The solar system revealed itself as a
    • of day. It is also concealed by the spectacle presented at night. For
    • what is within and what is without, concealed by the veil of the
    • cannot, it is true, perceive in its essence, but which is revealed to
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    • develop the lowly powers of your soul to the height revealed to you as
    • all this is revealed. In these three directions our imperfections
    • revealed to us as an external world. To realise this is the outcome of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • was also revealed to him that the human being spends a long time
    • These things are revealed when a man descends into his own etheric
    • mystical experience are revealed.
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    • were revealed to him. What the others were able to impart poured into
    • first world through which he passed was the one that would be revealed
    • Things in the everyday world are revealed to us in these states or
    • revealed to him that he can understand the order and harmony he
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    • revealed to ourselves as beings who are mastering our temperaments and
    • these Beings are revealed to us now in process of living development.
    • It will now be our task to speak of the first world revealed to man
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    • revealed to him.
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    • revealed by consciousness, many things will be explained in a new way.
    • come before his soul in which experiences of the past are revealed,
    • state in which such a faculty is revealed at its height is called a
    • World of Spirit. Thus the heart is revealed as an organ indicating the
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    • range of external investigation and is revealed only when clairvoyant
    • knowledge, can scale. The ultimate outcome of Spiritual Science is
    • But because the facts revealed by spiritual knowledge must be received
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    • shaken off the scientific romanticism of Darwinism prevalent in
    • consciousness (which is also prevalent in natural science) has
    • in a sense it inhales out of the spiritual world. As a mass of
    • revealed in the sphere of consciousness, can be raised into the
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    • that we do not then have the full experience, but only a pale
    • our lives and is revealed as our destiny
    • spiritual is revealed in ordinary life in dreams in both a
    • particular viewpoint how the unconscious is revealed in
    • again what has only now been revealed by conscientious
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    • everything that is revealed from the spiritual worlds; hence in a
    • the pulsation of the blood when we remember that we grow pale when we
    • direct it more to the centre when we grow pale, more to the surface
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    • consider the nature of the Being who revealed himself in those times
    • revealed Himself, to the extent that was possible in times before the
    • can therefore say that Jehovah revealed himself through Michael, one
    • will, are revealed to men. The whole period which surrounded the
    • principle of life as such can never be revealed to the world in this
    • developed the power to see into these things, it will be revealed
    • at the Baptism by John in the Jordan, when Christ revealed Himself in
    • little-known corner of Palestine, something that was the greatest
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    • following the traditions of his time, Galen distinguished four
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    • experienced. Yesterday I referred to the Galen who, in the first
    • these fluids by the way they influence each other. Galen did not
    • For Galen too these were largely a tradition, but what he thus took
    • presented more or less as follows: Thales
    • that it basically defies explanation why Thales happened to designate
    • viewpoint of Thales, expressed in the sentence “All things have
    • would say today, was of a different temperament. Thales, as a
    • Christian centuries; hence Galen could speak of the four components
    • Galen were based on inward experiences and were thus well justified,
    • fermentation. Such men were the late followers of Galen's
    • etheric body. There was full awareness of it in what Galen described.
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    • former states — to an eclipse of the moon at the time of Thales,
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    • noting the movements of this lever-arm over a scale. When I press here
    • phenomena revealed in the course of time by unthinking
    • of physical phenomena that were still prevalent in ancient Greece have
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    • revealed to us by bodies under the influence of heat and pressure,
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    • his small paper on the subject to the Poggnedorfschen Annalen.
    • Poggnedorfschen Annalen was returned as entirely lacking in
    • the Poggnedorfschen Annalen. Now you can see that it might be
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    • We have to go to infinity above and below (the scale of that states of
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • birth and death, is concealed behind thought, feeling and volition
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    • almost dreamy. It existed not in such dreams as concealed indirectly
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    • material of pure intellectual, logical or dialectic demonstration.
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    • I shall now have to describe what is revealed in this review. Because
    • actual soul-process which is imaginatively revealed as longing.
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    • faced by a revealed spirit-cosmos. The first phase of this experience
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    • forms of the wisdom revealed to men must change in order to be in keeping
    • the “I AM the I AM,” had revealed Himself to Moses. What
    • Schools of that era they had learned that the same Being who had revealed
    • come down to the earth. But I cannot conceive that the Being who revealed
    • Christ, the living Christ, who revealed Himself as the same Being who
    • first revealed Himself to Moses in the burning thorn bush and had then
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    • Fellow feeling in Devachan is much more alert, much more intimate than
    • the female and male elements influence upon the development of the being
    • procreation took place without participation by the male. If it were
    • still the same today, what would happen? If the female element alone
    • would it be involved? If the female element alone were to operate, the
    • originates from the female element. Only through the separation of the
    • it is due to the influence of the male that there are differences between
    • the successor and his forefathers. The male element provides
    • the male element and the female element work together. The human ego would
    • “universal human” were not modified by the activity of the male
    • is essentially the etheric body that is worked upon by the female element.
    • force of the female element is at work. The principle of generality,
    • The etheric body, which originates from the female principle and would
    • otherwise produce copies only, is densified as a result of the male
    • an abstract philosophy will stigmatize as saga and fairy tale. The fairy
    • tale of the stork, also songs such as, “Fly, beetle, fly,”
    • can be ingeniously interpreted. The fairy tale of the stork was not
    • is the physical connection of man and woman. This is a fairy tale, the
    • fairy tale of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. “We ourselves
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    • even the in-haled air, and imagine that he consists only and entirely
    • beings concealed behind it. There you have a demonstration of a still
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    • were individuals who had within them primitive talents for calculation,
    • in the heavens, the deeds and the wisdom of the gods were revealed to
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    • said, “So great, so mighty is He who has revealed Himself to me
    • the being who had been heralded by Zarathustra revealed himself to Moses
    • the “I am the I am,” the principle once revealed to Zarathustra
    • particular colors. New colors were revealed and new powers were
    • shameful cross. Although he had participated in the events in Palestine,
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    • Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • Revelation, a sort of Apocalypse. This Apocalypse is concealed within
    • just said, the conclusion to the above. In this fairy tale, Goethe
    • try to give an interpretation of this fairy tale; Goethe put into
    • this tale his most intimate thoughts and conceptions.
    • at the secrets concealed in “Faust” would see what was
    • of “Faust,” but of the “Fairy Tale of the Green
    • the course of this lecture the Mysteries concealed in these
    • is capable of understanding the Fairy Tale knows that Goethe was a
    • in Theosophy; and the Fairy Tale itself is a proof of this; only, at
    • “Fairy Tale” of the “Green Serpent and the
    • wished to illustrate in his Fairy Tale, of the Green Serpent and the
    • This is the mystery Goethe represented in his Fairy Tale. First of
    • But in the Tale of the green Serpent and the beautiful Lily, there
    • piece of gold and concealed it in a cleft of the Earth, and here the
    • hidden treasure, concealed in the mysteries, hence if a man wishes to
    • Now the tale relates further that the Serpent had been under the
    • this concealed Temple which was in the clefts below the Earth is the
    • words what he expressed in the fairy tale in pictures; what we in
    • riddle lies in the fairy tale itself, and not in one word alone.”
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    • the “Fairy Tale
    • “Faust” without this help. The “Fairy Tale
    • presentation the profoundest secrets are concealed. We can only
    • understand when we have the key to it, that in this Fairy Tale Goethe
    • revealed his Anthroposophical conception of the world. Schiller asked
    • so in a great picture. He then contributed the Fairy Tale, in which
    • earlier youth he had already concealed his conceptions in Faust.
    • of the Lodge. But he leads us furthest of all in his Fairy Tale of
    • man) In the Fairy Tale Goethe also represents the three kingdoms. The
    • the Serpent. The Temple was one day to be revealed, and to raise
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    • This unity was present for men on earth only as long as the male and
    • female sexes did not exist. Thus, in the spirit of the great Indian
    • documents, is astonished to find how different the male and female
    • that the Event of Palestine — a mystical as well as an historical
    • little understood. The event that occurred in Palestine took place
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    • Now lies the world revealed in twilight glimmer,
    • The vales where mist flows in and out lie dimmer,
    • and the inner light revealed itself to them.
    • irradiates the earth was concealed; the earth could no longer see the
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    • beings, which are not revealed to the external senses, to the external
    • to metals. I have not yet spoken to-day of how popular fairy tales and
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    • revealed in his inner being which is independent of his special
    • revealed to us through our inner being. Hence there is no possibility
    • if the fact has once been revealed to our inner being that three times
    • to let anything be revealed to them by this means. Fundamentally,
    • physical plane can make us see that what is revealed to us as right,
    • out of the spirit, things are revealed to me as to which my freewill
    • revealed to him, but also the Archangel who leads the common group to
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    • continually rippled in itself and congealed as it detached its image
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    • these thoughts, is at the same time also externally revealed. If they
    • telescope, you have in the form revealed to you, not merely the
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    • of National Epics, with special reference to the Kalevala.’
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    • equivalent to Mercury” — that hinted at the great truth of
    • group-egos of the animals. This leads back to the real fact revealed
    • from the sun to the earth. Now how are the impulses revealed, which
    • we come to the question: Where is that revealed which proceeds from
    • directly upon the sun? Where is that revealed in the activity of the
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    • considering, is revealed by the fact that when these Spirits of Will
    • space. In olden times Saturn would have revealed himself definitely
    • luminous to physical eyes, it is revealed in Maya through Lucifer or
    • spiritual principle was first revealed to humanity in the old Hebrew
    • revealed as a reflection of the principle of the great Sun-Spirit Whom
    • the hierarchies themselves are revealed or their offspring. When we
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    • revealed Himself to His disciples.” To them He disclosed that man, in
    • Of the etheric body He said, “Formerly, men could be healed of
    • spirit of God can be healed and comforted by finding the source, the
    • mystery of human evolution was fulfilled in Palestine. Man had reached
    • senses and appealed to his innermost being. In the third thousand
    • the age of Solomon. God revealed Himself through the symbols of the
    • Temple that Solomon built in Jerusalem.
    • Palestine. What immediately preceded that time is the first to
    • lightning. They spoke of how the Ego-God revealed Himself to them when
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    • To ponder a priori on what may have taken place in Palestine at
    • may have taken place before the eyes of the inhabitants of Palestine
    • character of the events of Palestine. The men of earlier times did not
    • events in Palestine could have occurred, and that their accounts
    • revealed itself in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. All great religions
    • spoke of it; it revealed itself in Jesus of Nazareth, to whom all
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    • Christianity revealed itself in two gestures. This is the proof
    • oratory talents increased ever more.
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    • side, but the Christ was concealed from him: only through mystery
    • more and more of the picture of the Palestine events; but we see at
    • there was overshadowed also the child-like memory of the Palestine
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    • this gulf, this abyss, is pale in comparison with what has to be
    • “pale” this must not be twisted into the assertion that
    • this ice that has congealed out of empty phrase, convention, and
    • scorns our elaborate dialectical and experimental methods? What if
    • question: Which secret is of the highest value? — The revealed
    • secret. (From the Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful
    • Lily.) But it has to be revealed through eyes being opened to
    • as the heat equivalent, the conservation of energy. In 1844 he wrote
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    • and pale. Even so, men were still able to see it. It was as little
    • which as a matter of fact can only be revealed to the soul by
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    • Nothingness. This turning-point of the nineteenth century revealed
    • twentieth century with alert and wide-awake consciousness, Nietzsche
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    • the spiritual world. Something is revealed from day to day, from week
    • the driving forces prevalent among various peoples in different
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    • it was revealed, either directly to the individual, or, where the
    • the confidential communication of other human beings. The prevalent
    • were revealed, gradually came to a point where a theory was needed to
    • was revealed. They conceived thoughts so that they said: It is not I
    • “dog” and this is revealed out of the spiritual world,
    • just as a color or tone is revealed to the senses. It was a struggle
    • human beings strove to come to terms with what is revealed through
    • forsaken by revealed thought. In those who had lived their former
    • something in the course of events, have remarkable things revealed to
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    • grammar, dialectic and rhetoric. These were not sciences. For it is
    • the more so in the case of dialectic and rhetoric. Everything given
    • Grammar, dialectic and rhetoric — this was instruction in
    • melody. Because a start was made from grammar, dialectic and
    • head, heart and will. The seven-foldness of grammar, dialectic,
    • earlier epoch — grammar dialectic, rhetoric stood, that is to
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    • grammar, dialectic and rhetoric. This was done in such a way that the
    • inwardly revealed in the intellectual or mind soul, there is no
    • that something is then revealed from within.
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    • Naturally, you must not say, pedantically: well, the breath is inhaled
    • is inhaled through the mouth does not actually belong to the head, but
    • scale-beam. Here the fulcrum; on the one side the scale pan with the
    • Luciferic element, pulling upward; on the other side the scale pan
    • with the Ahrimanic element, pulling downward. To keep the scales in
    • existence, namely: the Luciferic element, representing the one scale
    • of the balance, the Ahrimanic element, representing the other scale of
    • You see the far-reaching consequences revealed by such a
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    • Which consciousness is concealed behind all this? That consciousness
    • the revealer through the night and in our age he must become the
    • revealer during the day. From being a spirit of night Michael must
    • attention is drawn to that which can only gradually be revealed to
    • end of the earth cycles.” That means: “I have revealed
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    • Thus, it is revealed to the perception of initiation science that we
    • concealed from modern man. In regard to this divine evolution, man
    • the personal element is concealed in our desire-nature, our human
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    • As you know, outer history relates how Socrates founded dialectics,
    • Greek thinking, of Greek dialectics. Up to the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • dialectics, Greek thinking. Then the Mystery of Golgotha takes place.
    • Greek dialectics. Anyone who wishes to familiarize himself with the
    • become more and more prevalent are indicated only in a few human
    • Our soul life is like a scale beam which has to try to establish
    • the Greek who was really imbued with dialectics felt the Divine
    • much more prevalent than we think. If we do not focus our attention
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    • these demands are not, to begin with, appealed to. In our idea of the
    • three-fold social order they are appealed to for the first time.
    • Something essentially different is appealed to: Proletarians of all
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    • move my arm, it is the God inside; if I inhale the air, work it over
    • within me, and again exhale it, then it is the God from outside who
    • pointed to it in my last article in Soziale Zukunft (The Social
    • Future) {Soziale Zukunft, Vol. III: Geistesleben,
    • Vol. IV: Dreigliederung und soziales Vertrauen (The Threefold
    • process, we inhale fresh oxygen and exhale unusable carbon. A similar
    • three millennia ago, lived in a night culture. Yahve revealed himself
    • in the air the presence of carbonic acid which you exhale signifies an
    • tale, the documents concerning it exist): Such a railroad should not
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    • must think of the course of events as of a pair of scales in full
    • motion, the scale-beam descending first on the right side, and then on
    • scale to imbue mankind with spiritual concepts, spiritual ideas.
    • possibilities, then the scale-beam sinks to the other side. What could
    • of the scales. Mankind who has rejected spiritualization must be
    • inhale too great an amount of air. Only spiritual thoughts among those
    • one of the scales of the balance was too heavily weighted: the
    • greatest philosopher.’ Alexander Moszkowski's book, Socrates the
    • the scales on the other side. — What I am saying here might be
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    • Magdalene. (I have already stated that I have counted during my
    • lifetime twenty-four such Magdalenes!) Let us assume also that
    • reads the story of Mary Magdalene, and it pleases her
    • exceedingly. The desire to be Mary Magdalene may arise at once
    • Mary Magdalene. This individual goes through the world, and as
    • Mary Magdalene. The ardent desire to be Mary Magdalene is in
    • to be Mary Magdalene as she would of a headache. If she did her
    • Thou art Mary Magdalene! It stands before her, projecting
    • believes that she recalls events surrounding Mary Magdalene,
    • slowly, the final result, if he needed only to exhale in order
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    • also breathing. In the morning you inhale the astral body and
    • ego, and when you fall asleep at night you exhale them again;
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    • told by materialistic science that he simply inhales material air; in
    • ancient times, one did not believe one inhaled material air, but then
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    • the beginning of our era in Palestine.
    • Palestine. And so these people said: We must look up with all the
    • greater humility, when we see the events of Palestine presented from
    • in Palestine in the whole of human evolution? We can regard it in such
    • flowed together streamed together into the event of Palestine, in
    • event of Palestine took place.
    • Palestine the individuality who was the bearer of Zarathustrianism,
    • turned their gaze from outside, for what revealed itself in the
    • secrets of the world revealed themselves. Then the perceptions
    • stars revealed itself in their inner being. Thus it was the laws of
    • at the same time inscribed in the souls of these people. They revealed
    • dominate the hosts of the stars revealed themselves in the soul, so
    • Man was more united with spiritual beings; they revealed themselves in
    • back again to their Palestine.
    • path through Asia Minor towards Palestine. His descendants were led
    • Palestine. Then the old Hebrew people had had to seek the path to
    • Jesus. He goes to Egypt, and then again back to Palestine. Here we
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    • spiritual eye the great event of Palestine, the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • consider the great event of Palestine from one special side. From a
    • event of Palestine.
    • spiritual world, it is so provided that there is revealed in the
    • stands in the sign of the Balance or Scales. They are the expressions
    • active on that part of the earth called Palestine. And one could see
    • Jesus in Palestine were the paths of the sun-force come down to earth.
    • the land of Palestine. It is a question of this macrocosmic event. It
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    • escape notice in the “Weltanschaumergaleben,” has
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • those moments of sleeping life in which was revealed, not
    • concealed in that which otherwise lacks this reality it his
    • Church was to bring out a kind of Calendar. A certain number of
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    • can only be revealed in the course of what actually happens,
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    • Schools, and are no less than the record of what has been revealed in
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    • something happened rather like what happened later in Palestine at the
    • revealed. Kriemhild betrays that he is vulnerable between the
    • (fairy tale). “Viele Wunderdinge melden die Mahren alter
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    • become “Pontius”. When Thales states that everything has
    • also events to come. These were not revealed to satisfy curiosity or
    • not be revealed until the sixth root-race. The next root-race will
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    • external building styles, outer art forms, on a large scale. So it is
    • gradually appeared. Objects revealed themselves like lanterns in the
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    • in any way concealed, stands as a duality. Thereby we acquire ground
    • death, so long was the world unrevealed to him because duality
    • belongs to the revealed world — death and life.
    • revealed.
    • in the world of tone it is found in the scale. Everywhere, in all
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    • revealed. Hence, you find the book in the middle of the seal and
    • the world's whole being is now revealed to us in the symbol of the
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    • to-day the Gospels are, in truth, the most sealed of all books for
    • those words of wisdom, revealed in a way which I am not going to
    • wisdom which were first revealed by the holy Rishis regarding
    • Buddha had taught and revealed the truths about life and life's pain
    • legend and fairy tale.’ Yes, that future age will come,
    • speaking of the ascending scale of worlds: of the Moon, of Mercury,
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    • continually inhaled and exhaled warmth. They would have accomplished
    • exhaled warmth; it pleased them to leave some of it behind, so that
    • Saturn to disappear. This would have happened if they had inhaled all
    • exhaled out of themselves. The field which had offered them the
    • alternating conditions of the ancient Sun, had inhaled all the gas,
    • as follows: the Archangels inhaled gas and stillness followed,
    • darkness also — it was the Suns night ... They exhaled and
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    • light, who inhaled it and poured it forth and had their being in the
    • Thus on ancient Saturn we have an ascending scale of Beings: the
    • Helpers revealed themselves in quite definite etheric shapes or
    • Leo. Then comes Virgo the Virgin and Libra the Scales or Balance. The
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    • unity of the whole will first be revealed in the crown. With each
    • cannot inhale air which is as thick as honey. This is what we have to
    • the voice of the male changes when sex maturity is reached. There is
    • which then is revealed visibly in space. You have here no mechanical
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    • the shape of a cross, a male-female form. This reminds us of the
    • and upon it a male-female human being, having on its right side the
    • not given in any outwardly abstract way, but were revealed to
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    • plant life the male and female elements develop independently, so in
    • spiritual world is revealed from without and from within. If a man
    • way in which these cosmic powers permeate him. A man who inhales
    • gods with moral qualities of soul and their true image is revealed;
    • of the spiritual essence concealed behind the sense world. For in
    • a time when the two streams must unite as the male and female
    • fertilising substances of plants coalesce; we live at a time when the
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    • were united, all the qualities which are revealed to the
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    • revelation, as something revealed to him inwardly. These currents
    • body when it is entirely concealed within it, but at all times; it
    • men. This was connected with other experiences. Today when men inhale
    • and exhale they can, at the most, know of the existence of breath
    • Kariot, and he went to the court of Pilate in Palestine, where he
    • became a leaven in the whole of evolution. For the deed of Palestine
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    • a new recognition of the Sun Being who was revealed in ancient
    • wrestles with what is revealed in his own soul-world, recognise that
    • so organised that right thoughts coalesced of themselves, we should
    • but it revealed itself to his innermost being in the form of the
    • equivalent in English sound would be something like Tau-te. There was
    • time is revealed according to the number twelve. At the point where
    • had previously revealed Himself in time, poured out into space. What
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    • Being who as is natural, at first remains entirely concealed from
    • tale. He returned deeply moved into the king's palace and chanced
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    • revealed to them. One of those to whom such communications from the
    • green light and no other. The outermost surface of things is revealed
    • the inner nature are revealed, but the real consistency as well
    • revealed to us in tone, and we can distinguish among objects
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    • the plant. With equal propriety it could be maintained that scales
    • revealed in physics. Physics talks of atmospheric pressure, and when
    • some alert boy asks his teacher how we can stand the high atmospheric
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    • NOTE: There is no wholly satisfactory English equivalent for the
    • entire higher life of the soul would be revealed to us in their
    • activity is engendered, and at the end of the scale we find the most
    • thereby something is revealed. Imagine you see neither current, but
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    • The mysteries concealed in this contrast will come to
    • great healer of the ills caused in our souls by sorrow and suffering.
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    • That covenant, not sealed by any oath:
    • Thee, whom in thy sons' lives I oft times found revealed,
    • weights on a scale, the feeling of hope is complete in itself. The
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    • discernible even in the pale images. In Goethe, on the other hand, a
    • pale such memories remain when you try to freshen them up. In the
    • removed from them, the paler they become.
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    • mere existence in the vale of tears, but that it is of great
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    • world as revealed by the senses; hence such people absorb a
    • outset all that is revealed is the Luciferic element, the adversary
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    • knowledge revealed to us by Spiritual Science. I do not, of course,
    • Hast thou thy countenance revealed in fire.
    • of the human race stood higher in the scale of evolution than modern
    • become and what it will become.’ The divine cosmic Order was revealed
    • contained in the Earth must await the great moment when newly revealed
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    • The dales, where through the mist-wreaths wind, lie dimmer,
    • In bliss and bale alternating tremendous
    • together and the inner Light revealed itself to them. To those who
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    • The Christ Spirit weaves through the world that is revealed through
    • Christ Spirit revealed Himself to Moses. The secret of the human ‘ I ’
    • said: But thou to whom I revealed myself in advance, mayest not bear
    • following is borne in mind. In the Calendar, the 24th of December is
    • has come into human souls the power of the self-revealed Godhead, in
    • revealed from the heavenly heights, bringing peace to the souls of men
    • Palestine. Then it was sent forth into the body predestined to receive
    • Nor is this revealed until he is initiated into the great mysteries of
    • such a way that the Christ Mystery is revealed. It is during these
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    • revealed to men in atavistic clairvoyance. Every trace of the Gnosis,
    • How long after the Mystery of Golgotha was the Temple at Jerusalem,
    • the precincts of the city of Jerusalem. What the Gnosis contained in
    • revealed was something that the earth as such did not reveal, namely,
    • revealed because of some kind of hankering to go back to what was once
    • her. The Divinity was, however, represented not exactly as female, but
    • as male-female. It was not until later, through a corruption, that
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    • that Varuna is revealed in the air and in the winds blowing through
    • universe which to us has become pure abstraction, then revealed
    • Secrets of the cosmos were thus revealed to the hearts of the simple
    • which the secrets of earth-existence were once revealed to the
    • is the aspect of Christmas revealed by the twofold proclamation.
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    • future. It was revealed in the Mysteries that man bears within his
    • peoples of the earth. The Divine Beings are revealed in the heights,
    • Golgotha a super-sensible Power was made manifest, was revealed in the
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    • Crucifixion as far as the destruction of Jerusalem. Wilhelm Meister
    • chasm. The Temple of Jerusalem is destroyed and the people dispersed,
    • the mighty Deed accomplished on Golgotha which can be revealed to the
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    • Now this might, of course, be concealed by the intervention of other
    • illness may either be healed, or we may die of it. — Let us
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    • perceptible to the senses, though spiritual sound may be concealed
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    • an inkling of the secrets concealed in the development of humanity and
    • certainly be healed’! He now had to proclaim: ‘The time has
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    • earth between man and woman cannot be called male and female. That
    • other polarity. The polarity between male and female in our earthly
    • present human forms — male and female — have gradually
    • delicate artistic sense tells us that the female form, with the
    • reversed. He is the opposite pole. Just as the female form did not
    • the spirit in matter but crystallised at an earlier stage, so the male
    • the female form stopped short of it. Thus the male body descended more
    • the rest of its form we must say that the female body, having reached
    • crystallising. The male body on the other hand plunged too deeply down
    • one has the body of a woman, the whole of this female body is
    • stage when the form was more pliable. In a male incarnation the whole
    • use a male body in an incarnation, for of course these material
    • of the male brain, through having been deeper into matter, are more
    • difficult to manage than the more flexible forms of the female brain.
    • It is truly a more difficult matter to train a male brain for the
    • thoughts, than it is to train a female brain for the same purpose.
    • it is more easily grasped by the more manageable female brain; for it
    • is more difficult for the male brain, being less pliable and obedient,
    • are to-day the leaders of culture and of the cultured ideas prevalent
    • but presents it as a caricature. The female has preserved an earlier
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    • Sicily. In many of the legends which to-day are only told as tales,
    • great depths lie concealed. Empedokles, — the great Sage who was
    • few days ago I was able to tell our Palermo friends in their actual
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    • had heard at Jerusalem — on the physical plane, as direct
    • document, but first of all to enquire: What is revealed to clairvoyant
    • not refer to all she was not able to do, all that was concealed from
    • Palestine.
    • events in Palestine proves nothing. I will show you by means of an
    • has been revealed through Theosophy that her life on the physical
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    • Golgotha. This is what is revealed by genuine occult research.
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    • subconscious, he might well find a concealed sympathy for what in his
    • constantly on a small scale. Certainly, for the external course of
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    • in the sense of other ideals that are prevalent in our time.
    • painful existence was revealed. The soul lamented the loss of wife
    • We cannot regard the earth as a mere vale of despair into which our
    • Another instance is revealed to the seer. There are people who,
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    • lived during the seventeenth century owed their remarkable talents to
    • such talents is still limited among human beings because it is only
    • prevalent among them, though theoretically they may have absorbed the
    • constantly lie concealed behind the actual events. The events of a
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    • Liberal Thinking Calendar of the Free-Thinkers (Freidenkerkalender)
    • who are dulled by the prevalent social darkness should be given the
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    • their faculties and talents they could have achieved in life
    • people have lagged behind their talents.
    • be a question of talent, but of intentions connected either with
    • Therefore, on the one hand, a man may lag behind his talents owing to
    • work upon the bodily foundation of talents, we must pass through the
    • universality equaled by few others on earth, but compared with what
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    • a Wotan cult today that would be the equivalent of an occidental
    • balance must be supported at two points. But with such scales one
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    • vale of despair, but it exists so that on it a spiritual knowledge
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    • the famous saying I have often mentioned: A hundred actual thalers
    • are not less and not more than a hundred possible thalers.
    • That is, if a thaler has three hundred pfennigs, then for each one of
    • a hundred possible thalers one must reckon three hundred pfennigs:
    • actual thalers. Thus a hundred possible thalers contain just as much
    • as a hundred actual thalers, i.e. it makes no difference whether I
    • think of a hundred actual or a hundred possible thalers. Hence
    • hundred actual thalers. But let us take a very obvious point of view,
    • hundred actual thalers do not contain more than a hundred possible
    • ones? One can say that a hundred actual thalers contain exactly a
    • hundred thalers more than do a hundred possible ones! And it is quite
    • clear: if you think of a hundred possible thalers on one side and of
    • a hundred actual thalers on the other, there is a difference. On this
    • other side there are exactly a hundred thalers more. And in most real
    • cases it is just on the hundred actual thalers that the question
    • actual thalers? I think it would be generally conceded that for
    • anyone who can acquire the hundred thalers, there is beyond doubt a
    • decided difference between a hundred possible thalers and a hundred
    • actual ones. For imagine that you are in need of a hundred thalers,
    • possible or the hundred actual thalers. If you can get the thalers,
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    • the famous saying I have often mentioned: A hundred actual thalers
    • are not less and not more than a hundred possible thalers.
    • That is, if a thaler has three hundred pfennigs, then for each one of
    • a hundred possible thalers one must reckon three hundred pfennigs:
    • actual thalers. Thus a hundred possible thalers contain just as much
    • as a hundred actual thalers, i.e. it makes no difference whether I
    • think of a hundred actual or a hundred possible thalers. Hence
    • hundred actual thalers. But let us take a very obvious point of view,
    • hundred actual thalers do not contain more than a hundred possible
    • ones? One can say that a hundred actual thalers contain exactly a
    • hundred thalers more than do a hundred possible ones! And it is quite
    • clear: if you think of a hundred possible thalers on one side and of
    • a hundred actual thalers on the other, there is a difference. On this
    • other side there are exactly a hundred thalers more. And in most real
    • cases it is just on the hundred actual thalers that the question
    • actual thalers? I think it would be generally conceded that for
    • anyone who can acquire the hundred thalers, there is beyond doubt a
    • decided difference between a hundred possible thalers and a hundred
    • actual ones. For imagine that you are in need of a hundred thalers,
    • possible or the hundred actual thalers. If you can get the thalers,
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    • of life would become tainted; for men and animals inhale oxygen and
    • breathe out life-destroying carbonic-acid. Yet the plants inhale
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • determine in which of these ways the child with his individual talents
    • to become one through having his best talents brought out, and these I
    • If I wish to develop the child according to his individual talents, I
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    • one who makes use of the facts which are revealed to him both by his
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    • and theories prevalent to-day render them sterile. So it is much
    • higher the animal is in the scale of evolution so much the less will
    • impression will cause us to become pale, and another causes us to
    • has just now been said is based upon facts revealed as the result of
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    • tuberculous lung has been healed. Where such a thing has taken place,
    • has an object. The person comes forth healed from the illness, having
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    • concealed behind chance. As I have mentioned before, we owe the
    • truth the egotistical principle may be concealed behind it without our
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    • capacities and talents through the disposition which he has brought
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    • stars were revealed to him from above. All this was brought further in
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • working through the organism will bring forth a male organism. A male
    • experiences in one incarnation results in a male organism in the next
    • states ‘Man is woman's karma.’ The male organism of a later
    • female incarnation. At the risk of arousing in some of those present
    • knows that the male brain is frequently an intractable instrument. On
    • to build up a female body in the next incarnation, and it is therefore
    • Through woman's experiences we shall be disposed to form a male
    • organism, and, conversely, through man's experiences a female
    • however, that every male organism will in the following incarnation
    • strive to become female, and conversely. All repugnance is of no
    • possible horror conceived during a male incarnation of reincarnating
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    • really healed through human assistance by means of remedies or other
    • matter. We described yesterday the nature of the male by saying that
    • in a man the soul penetrates deeper into matter, while in the female
    • ‘magnetic healing.’ What does the healer communicate to the
    • one to be healed? It is, to use an expression of physics, an
    • body of the healer create with the person to be healed a sort of
    • which naturally depends upon a contact between the healer and the
    • person to be healed, is, in the fullest sense of the word, the
    • time the mighty healer for all the damage man can cause himself.
    • Somewhere in nature the remedy is concealed. It is a question, not
    • only of understanding the language of the healer, but also of obeying
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    • pair of scales, were to take off whatever was weighing down the lower
    • but — as in the case of the weights on both sides of the scales
    • with this dislodgment except that the other side of the scales will
    • instead of rightly balancing the scales, using thus the polarity of
    • again — for it is the male world especially pandered to in this
    • life of the male. Such arguments — even when they are clothed
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    • that special talent!” However, by the time he receives such an
    • embodiment in the sense world of thoughts in speech, a pale
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    • Balde gave him in her wonderful fairy tales had refreshed him. And so
    • in combining the atoms revealed itself as a spiritual principle among
    • story, and so Felicia told her good friend the following tale.
    • remember that Felicia is telling a fairy tale — and these
    • this particular tale. “You see,” Felix began, “the
    • multiplied itself. Almost every day he pondered the tale.
    • continually repeating the tale to himself — as if in
    • heart had been so enlivened by Dame Felicia's tale.
    • to discover anything further of meaning, for every word revealed its
    • folk dialects, which have nothing to do with writing, gradually
    • and my schoolmates. In Austria where there are so many dialects all
    • the long vowels short, whereas dialect, the language born out of the
    • “sun” that is up there in the sky, dialect says
    • tempted to say, Die Soone. Dialect says, der Sun for
    • Dialect
    • ahrimanic elements. Fairy tales flowing out of the spiritual world
    • number three; it begins then to see polar opposites revealed in all
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    • only a pale, shadowy presence in the human soul, becomes on meeting
    • occur. If one is not alert enough, one can mistake one being for
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    • as we are supported by the perspectives revealed by spiritual
    • originated or repeated the foolish Jesuit tale,
    • world in such a way that his true ego, his other self, is revealed,
    • we cross the threshold, everything is revealed, not only the obvious
    • sound an alert concerning the presence of our Anthroposophical
  • Title: Lecture 1: On the Meaning of Life
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    • revealed how in the same measure as green plants come forth from the
    • When it is revealed to occult vision — which searches and
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    • lions, bears, wolves, lambs, sharks, whales, etc. Man distinguishes
    • which are revealed in accordance with Inspiration. Now we come to the
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    • what Nietzsche called “The Tragic Age” — Thales,
    • This distinction between Greece and Rome is especially revealed when
    • Raphael stand the side-figures of Pope Alexander VI, Caesar Borgia and
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    • philosophers — Heraclitus, Thales, Anaximenes, Anaximander,
    • humanity in the fourth post-Atlantean age is revealed in the culture
    • land of Palestine as a human historical figure. Palestine itself is
    • Palestinian landscape with its people. Wandering about this
    • will only be revealed when we compare it with earlier accounts and
    • detailed way so that Jesus becomes a true Palestinian in this Holy
    • Jesus who lives and walks in Palestine as an historical figure who is
    • to be understood in relation to the Palestine of the years 1 to 33
    • prevailing in Palestine at that time. Jesus lived from the year 1 to
    • he, from his detailed and exact knowledge of Palestine, could conceive
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    • of our movement who are writers to think in the manner revealed
    • that needs to be revealed today without stirring up prejudicial
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    • is revealed, that is, the meaning of life and all human activity
    • laid bare. It was this that was revealed. Just consider, then, that a
    • against the spirit, it therefore possesses this talent for racial
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    • activity of man in the future. He has concealed in his fairy tale what
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • extension of the Templar Order from Jerusalem over the countries of
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • knights had accomplished for Jerusalem stood first, and then what
    • the approximate locale of Lemurian evolution. This region of the earth
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • gold flow through the fairy tale, he is looking back into earlier
    • question of the gold in Goethe's fairy tale, the meaning of the story
    • tale, he shows how he looks back into the time in which wisdom —
    • European evolution in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch lies concealed
    • within this fairy tale, just as truly as Goethe was able to conceal it
    • turns his gaze toward Palestine and other regions after having
    • Whose lifetime lingers on like tale forgot
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  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • bring Spirit again into the dialectic play of thought of Western
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    • should take seriously what is revealed to him through this knowledge.
    • Socratic age is that in which pure logic and pure dialectic arose from
    • dialectic, out of the ancient clairvoyant Wisdom is the chief
    • characteristic of our Western culture. This logic, this dialectic, has
    • West is a dialectic theology. But what rises in Greece as dialectics,
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • logical dialectic dilution of a former atavistic clairvoyance, is no
    • in Palestine so many, or so many years ago — we want to
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • in a sealed railway carriage by Dr. Helphand, the German official who
    • a sealed railway carriage), through a man who stood in their service,
    • Sozialen Orgaeismus (The Threefold Social Organism) it is boasted
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    • and sketchy in outline; it is all grey and pale as compared with the
    • spiritual world enter into our emptied consciousness. Thus we inhale,
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    • but ordinary consciousness only shows it in a pale and abstract
    • attain to the point where a spiritual world is revealed, of which the
    • realized however that this knowledge was revealed in the Mystery of
    • Golgotha. Then there was understood and was revealed what can only be
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    • time, of the then prevalent softer matter, so to say. It could only be
    • scale up to man in the physical world: it had to remain a
    • again be the general air when I exhale it. It is only the head that
    • consciousness the festival the calendar sets at the end of September,
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    • aim, the superficiality so prevalent today must obviously play no part
    • For in every plant there is concealed — under a spell, as it were
    • being, to be sure, in the great scale of cosmic interrelationship, but
    • involves finding the way to abandon the prevalent passivity in
    • life's milestones. They will not merely have inhaled the physical
    • their own destiny: they will coalesce with all that grows there, will
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    • Now, the spiritual atmosphere in the region of Wales that I mentioned
    • They have a calendar telling what should be done on this or that day,
    • available concerning these matters has vanished. But calendars there
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    • material one in the human being: our breathing process. We inhale the
    • outer air, hold it in our own body, then exhale it again.
    • Now, in the winter the earth has inhaled its whole spirituality, and
    • with the commencement of spring it starts to exhale it again into the
    • Calendar of the Soul,
    • able to pass through the portal of death in full alertness, I must
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    • beautiful fairy-tales arise. When, in ancient times fairy-tales were
    • which can then be woven into the form of fairy-tales.
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    • congealed, so that one could see everywhere albumen congealed by the
    • forces of the cosmos; this cosmically congealed albumen swam in the
    • earth environment. These forms of cosmically congealed albumen were
    • congealed albumen thickened to the density of jelly or even to that
    • a smaller scale in our reptiles, in lizards and creatures of that
    • galena, native sulphide of zinc, etc. In this way all these
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    • “Speak, oh Man! and thou revealest through thyself
    • “Speak, oh Man! and thou revealest through thyself
    • “The evolution of the world is revealed through
    • creatures, thereby revealed their essential being, for the Being of
    • rising of the animal creation something was revealed which struggled
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • becoming disillusioned through Logic and Dialectic, be these ever so
    • Logic, Dialectic, Rhetoric can contribute to human happiness. On the
    • impressive through its peculiar aspect. One statue was a male form,
    • the other female.
    • One of the statues, the male statue, was of wholly
    • press the statue in every part. Through this action, it revealed
    • light. And in the midst the pupil then saw a female form, standing
    • signifies that one goes through a complete scale of sensations, and
    • this way and used for Initiation, he can still learn what a scale of
    • scale of sensations, must struggle in himself through these
    • sensations in inner meditative experience. Thus the same scale of
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    • he had experienced through the male statue, through the female
    • of the one, of the male statue. The tests of which I spoke yesterday
    • from the male statue. And I will now describe the impression as it
    • himself up to the impression from the male statue, was a kind of
    • the echo of his experiences before the male statue.
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    • over in Palestine, the wonderful events came to pass which we
    • surroundings, while these wonderful events came to pass in Palestine,
    • Mysteries. And that which came to pass in actual fact in Palestine,
    • historically, in Palestine. When later, in temples and churches, the
    • spiritually seen which took place before the bodily eye in Palestine,
    • This movement which took into account the endowment or talents more
    • From Palestine the news spread through Greece and Rome, which was
    • earth. The physical reality of Palestine was seen spiritually in
    • gradually that which appealed to the sense-physical existence gained
    • Valentine Andreae is the physical writer of this
    • who knows the biography of Valentine Andreae would not doubt that
    • Valentine Andreae, who became later an orthodox pastor, and wrote
    • It is pure nonsense to believe that Valentine Andreae wrote the
    • Valentine Andreae — physically it was the same personality —
    • Valentine Andreae, who only bears the same name, wrote in his later
    • became the oily pastor, Valentine Andreae.
    • still revealed itself to men, which men themselves could set down,
    • latest times revealed itself to the candidates of the great ancient
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    • events which had taken place in Palestine at the beginning of our
    • perhaps even Old Sun also concealed in itself lead, tin and so on:
    • thou seest is concealed in the earth, for in its present state the
    • true Mysteries of Eleusis became living and handed to the female
    • In the vision seen by the pupil, the female statue received that
    • There he had before him the picture of a female figure suckling at
    • much as could be saved of this natural science was saved by Alexander
    • the Middle Ages. Alexander the Great had carried his — the
    • Basilius Valentinus. On the surface there prevailed that culture of
    • The third picture, the female form who carries at her
    • Alexander the Great by Aristotle, not in writing, but through
    • of the journeys of Alexander the Great in connection with the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • would be inconceivable to think of Plato as the teacher of Alexander,
    • become the teacher of Alexander.
    • which Aristotle gave to his pupil Alexander the Great. I will try and
    • truth, through all this that was revealed to him the pupil said out
    • with the secrets of the moon, revealed to him by the plants growing
    • the blossoms revealed their secret to the pupil, so now he learned
    • described in the last lecture surrounded the male statue, this secret
    • revealed the secret of the planets. Man's feelings were not then so
    • lead-grayness. Saturn nature revealed itself.
    • secret which was revealed to the pupil.
    • Alexander the Great was trained, it is quite possible to understand
    • the whole environment in which these two men lived. As Alexander was
    • perceived the whole Greek nature, as revealed in Macedonia, in the
    • Aristotle's pupil Alexander the Great had learnt of his
    • culminating in such spirits as Basilius Valentinus and others.
    • natural knowledge. Alexander had first to bury these secrets of
    • Alexander which appeared externally as mere journeys of conquest were
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    • revealed themselves in the whole of nature. Today we can go out into
    • beings revealed themselves to them. This consciousness was awakened
    • in the form of Aristotelianism, that which Alexander the Great, in a
    • Gods, those who revealed themselves in the different beings and
    • ancient peoples, but the deed of Venus in the earth which revealed
    • Alexander the Great worked. And then the beginning was created for
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    • time of Alexander and Aristotle. We can still see in Aristotelianism
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    • really come to an end with Galen, medical consciousness had
    • quite another orientation. What Galen saw in his four elements
    • Galen's words — as a rule, of course words handed down
    • Galen was not able to see many things that are brought to light
    • beyond the cosmos revealed to sense perception today, including
    • The prevalent
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    • empiricist also says, then what is revealed to direct
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    • is revealed in this rhythmic human being as a ratio of four to
    • expressed in the male sex, for example, by the change in the
    • male sex by the familiar phenomenon of the deepened voice.
    • male voice. During the first period of life, up to the change
    • attention to certain typical diseases of the female sex; actual
    • these relationships revealed in the plant we come to the
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    • therapeutic issues, as revealed by spiritual scientific study.
    • scales: we try in every possible way to bring the beam of the
    • scale into balance, but it is very difficult. We shall approach
    • with the beam but with the pans of the scale themselves. We can
    • of urtica dioica, colchicum autumnale, or indeed
    • approach the colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus, you
    • the devitalization is very slight in colchicum autumnale
    • autumnale as a remedy, you will find that the organism must
    • investigations with colchicum autumnale as a remedy
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    • certain results in the thought realm would be revealed to us. The
    • revealed how one must approach such processes in the body.
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    • metabolic system. A scale that is not balanced properly is thrown out
    • commonly used English equivalent, mental illnesses.
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    • conditions can be healed, illnesses that stem from a blood-activity
    • ways. We find, for example, that the female organism is formed out of
    • in the female organism of those forces that are less bound to the
    • forces of the earth, as it were. In the female organism there is
    • something strongly extraterrestrial. In the male organism forces are
    • forces active in the female organism and contributing to reproduction
    • male organism.
    • the male personality by way of reproduction. What inserts the
    • by the ego-activity, stems more from the female side.
    • Thus we see male and female working together in this way in
    • gain correct concepts of heredity. To begin with, the female seed, the
    • female germ, is touched by the male influence, and this female germ
    • has a certain independence in the female organism. We must say that if
    • we have before us a mature female organism, this extraterrestrial
    • aspect works primarily in the rest of the female organism; in the part
    • of the female organism giving rise to the formation of the germ, it is
    • not active, particularly not after conception. Particularly the female
    • that something extraterrestrial is, in fact, anchored in the female
    • blood-activity, is transmitted through the male organism. It becomes
    • evident that through this transmittal the female ovum gains a certain
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    • shortly before that of Galen, and, if we are open-minded enough, we
    • with Galen, medical consciousness had quite another orientation. What
    • Galen saw in his four elements of the human organism, in the black
    • Galen describes all this and we understand the terminology — as
    • To Galen, it was a reality; in what he called phlegm he did not see
    • of modern scientific perception, Galen was not able to see
    • Cosmos as well as the Cosmos revealed to sense-perception to-day,
    • prevalent opinion to-day is this: such and such a theory is correct.
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    • expressed in the male sex by the change in the voice itself, which up
    • background, and the whole process is expressed in the male sex by the
    • male voice.
    • what is revealed in the plant we come to the following.
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    • certain ways of approach and therapeutic methods, as revealed by
    • pair of scales. We try in every possible way to make the scales
    • of urtica dioica, colchicum autumnale, or indeed of any other
    • the case of colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus. First you
    • colchicum autumnale, you can see from the very colour of its
    • with colchicum autumnale, you will find that the human
    • autumnale as a remedy for enlargements of the thyroid gland.
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    • Kernpunkte der Sozialen Frage).
    • first of all possess individual capacity, individual talent, ability.
    • development of his capacities and talents, for the training of his
    • capacities; he can no longer be developed as his inborn talents
    • talents are needed for business? How many men are wanted with a
    • of human economy, actual labor in the economic system, was concealed
    • the value of commodities has been concealed in recent times by the
    • his nature, his talents and capacities permit? We shall be led to the
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    • commodity should be produced is that it finds a sale when placed on
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    • art, but the manifestation of that which the spirit has revealed to
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    • with its division of labor on a grand scale, the really free
    • in man must not be hermetically sealed up in abstractions; it must be
    • string of pearls. On the equivalent of its value, five working-class
    • as the laws relating to the disposal of property, to the sale of
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    • said that we should look for its equivalent in the amount that is
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    • It is through the difference of level between the talents of
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    • we have seen how purchase or sale, loan and gift act as impelling
    • though a kind of sale and purchase took place between the wage-earner
    • who sells his Labour and the man who buys it from him. But this sale
    • of a manufacturer on a small scale, who suddenly inherits a large
    • get a movement whereby means of production and industrial Capital coalesce.
    • the process of exchange proper — that is, in purchase and sale
    • hands of the tradesman, the merchant who offers it for sale and does
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    • Now you are familiar with the point of view, still widely prevalent,
    • the stealing on a large enough scale, as the old robber chieftains
    • the stealer finding it convenient to exchange the thing for an
    • before. If I let one side of the scale sink, the other side must rise.
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    • directly under purchase and sale. That which is paid for immediately
    • on a transaction of purchase and sale is the least fruitful in the
    • especially as they were before the War, and as they revealed
    • Loaned Capital works in the economic process on a larger scale. France
    • show us on a large scale what is equally true on a small scale. The
    • economic organisms on a very large scale. Then, for example, you will
    • products. We can study this on a large scale, for instance, in the
    • States themselves had become as Politics and Economics coalesced. The
    • matters on a large scale.
    • scale, in the economic life of the nation as a whole, where it is
    • ever larger scale — enters more and more as a prime factor into
    • instrumentality of lending on a large scale, and accompanying the
    • both are of large-scale economy, their appearance together suggests
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    • — at any rate in the normal process of purchase and sale
    • which lies behind the actual process of purchase and sale. Thus, when
    • You will observe that we have thus revealed something very weighty in
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    • conceived as private agricultural economies on a large scale. Their
    • pretty large scale. Private economies grew into something which could
    • be called economy on a larger scale — national economy; and in
    • equivalent of every product. There must be the money-value,
    • realm will convince you that this equivalent between the
    • money. Although it occupies a position of perfect equivalence to the
    • equivalence to the goods that are produced, money, too, would have to
    • equivalent to the enhancement of the insight with which we elaborate
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    • instance of purchase and sale. Thus everything that leads to wage
    • the chief part nowadays both in ordinary purchase and sale, and in the
    • equivalent, we must admit that, as against articles which decay, money
    • sale, it must receive its original value. That is to say, it receives
    • purchase and sale that are going on. This is the associative method of
    • always the same 10 francs, and of course in ordinary sale and purchase
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    • healed.
    • however, be equivalent to Nature. For the moment they are finished,
    • becomes equivalent to the means of production which we have in Nature
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    • this involves, however, quite another scale of time. Life between
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    • on Earth, it shall be attracted to a female body. On the other
    • forces that bring it to a male or to a female incarnation depends,
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    • this involves, however, quite another scale of time. Life between
    • as in Loch. Ach is the German equivalent of the exclamation
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    • female body.
    • on Earth, it shall be attracted to a female body. On the other
    • forces that bring it to a male or to a female incarnation depends,
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    • as other events preceded the Christ event in Palestine, so, after the
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    • call the age when Christ lived and taught in Palestine an age of
    • essential events occurring in an age may remain completely concealed
    • tales were related in Rome concerning it.
    • beyond what is preparing itself on a small scale for humanity. At the
    • Palestine that these events had already taken place. No physical
    • Palestine, but in His etheric body He is always present within the
    • form that He chose for the events in Palestine was chosen by Him
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    • appears in the form of the female body has remained as if it were at
    • misunderstood, we can say that the female body, as it is today, has
    • stage of evolution. The male body, however, has advanced beyond the
    • average stage, arriving at point E. A male body, therefore, has
    • female body we thus have something that has remained behind normal
    • evolution and in the male body something that has descended more
    • every man. We also know that the etheric body of man is female and
    • that of the woman, male, and this at once makes the matter extremely
    • of male and female, the child, needs ten lunar months for its
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    • alone. As we know, this Godhead revealed itself in the age of Moses
    • in from without to Moses, just as the World-I is revealed, as it
    • revealed Himself to Moses out of the elements of nature, He revealed
    • way than when we hear how a remarkable man of lofty talents preached
    • however, was that the one Who had lived in Palestine, Who had died on
    • been able to hear the accounts in Palestine of the deeds of Christ
    • same conviction, because this event revealed to him the fact that the
    • upon their outer faculties. At that time Christ could have revealed
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    • withdrew from them and revealed Himself to His disciples.” To
    • them He revealed that man, in ancient times, could become filled with
    • Of the etheric body He said, “Formerly, men could be healed of
    • spirit of God can be healed and comforted, and they can find the
    • Palestine. Man had reached a degree of maturity in all the members of
    • revealed Himself to man's senses and spoke to his innermost being. A
    • man, the age of Solomon, in which God revealed Himself through the
    • symbols of the Temple that Solomon built in Jerusalem. The divine
    • Christ Jesus in Palestine. What immediately preceded that time is the
    • lightning. They spoke of how the I-God revealed Himself to them when
    • the spark of their I's, then the I-God, the One God Jahve, revealed
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    • everything that had happened in Palestine without its changing him
    • (Ideale) of spiritual science thus is not optional but is a necessary
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    • evil, malevolent deeds. Here there is something more than and
    • displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to do good or evil
    • more mystical character, is revealed by deeper esoteric research. The
    • Moral qualities are revealed distinctly in the
    • between waking and sleeping. Moral nobility is revealed when a calm
    • Palestine.
    • alert to this or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him,
    • Palestine. If human beings observe such happenings with undimmed
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    • attitude of many who say, “It will be revealed after death how
    • concealed by those who are leaders in the lodge. Through this,
    • initiate-knowledge that revealed that in the fifteenth century (1413,
    • cleverly concealed, as had to occur. It is again important, however,
    • geologists, mineralogists, and paleontologists; this earth is a fully
    • mineralogist, and paleontologist describe only its mineral nature
    • take it only on a large scale. The forces that are transmitted from
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    • the middle of the nineteenth century, certain truths must be revealed
    • from the dead. What was revealed through spiritism was therefore
    • motion, could be revealed what they wished above all things would not
    • intellect. The spiritual will already have been revealed. Because the
    • particular characteristics of Ireland to expression in fairy tales
    • this fairy tale, in this legendary representation — between the
    • the philosopher Thales originated. You may read in my
    • about the philosophy of Thales. Thales came from the
    • philosopher Thales originated, the initiates had sent colonists to
    • Thales sent people there who proved themselves equipped to become
    • this, however, as they will have to be revealed in the course of the
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    • hindering the foundation of large-scale spiritualized medicine or
    • practical application of these things on a larger scale.
    • show if one laid it on a scale and on the other side placed a weight?
    • to the brain, which before had value only as a mass on the scale,
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    • circulated in the world, tales of a character that one wonders how
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    • the place that is designated here as Palestine, as Jerusalem, out of
    • which comes to life. That is Jerusalem, seen from the spirit! That is
    • Imaginations) as ‘heavenly Jerusalem’. These are not
    • heavenly Jerusalem, building up in golden radiance, amid the
    • golden, shining heavenly Jerusalem on the one side, and on the other
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    • Valentinus and has interpreted it in terms of modern chemistry. He
    • and other up-to-date apparatus. What Basilius Valentinus really gives
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    • little company of men. This being revealed himself as the same who
    • thus revealed in pictures were not always capable of doing it quite
    • that he does so — the Astrology that he finds prevalent. He
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    • moment; or else he had a feeling such as Alexander expressed when
    • Whether, like Alexander, one feels the bones of one's head all pressed
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    • what was brought over to Asia from Macedonia by Alexander.
    • them. It is the same as with fables and legends and fairy tales. —
    • enter into all the figures of the fairy tale, whereby he can make
    • himself one with the fairy tale. And so it is with these true symbols
    • pupils who had the faculties for it, develop the two-petaled
    • two-petaled lotus-flower what he is continually writing into the
    • experience. Inasmuch as he moves with his two-petaled lotus-flower,
    • two-petaled lotus-flower. If you would learn to know its crystal
    • two-petaled lotus-flower. The two experiences have already come a
    • my introductory words on Eurhythmy. There the two-petaled
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    • today. Rain and mist said very much to them — revealed to them
    • that out of Man, the Logos, the Divine Word revealed Himself through
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    • what is spiritually revealed to him. So let me now put a picture at
    • Thou revealest it according to the value of its substance
    • When to thee is revealed
    • Thou revealest it according to the value of its substance
    • When to thee is revealed
    • occurrences, superensible occurrences, are revealed in what happens in
    • super-sensible spirit are revealed in what happens in his bodily life
    • heights above us, if we look up to them, we have a picture revealed
    • sulphurous desires the Ahrimanic is revealed to us. So if we conceive
    • the animal level, and is revealed in full summer high above us —
    • special activity, as it were, in the cosmos, we see revealed this
    • Thou revealest it according to the value of its substance
    • Thou revealest it according to the value of its substance
    • When to thee is revealed
    • meteoric phenomena, especially in what is revealed by meteoric
    • meteor-process that rich fullness of life which is thus revealed
    • Michael. Out of what I have described to you is revealed the figure of
    • revealed in the figure of Michael, with his positive gaze and the
    • that is revealed from the mysteries of Nature, even to the colours and
    • Dragon revealed in the weaving of flames rising up and at once fading
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    • that out of Man the Logos, the Divine Word, revealed Himself through
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    • worlds. The Alexanders, the Caesars, the Napoleons belong to the past.
    • mankind from the soul, will take the place of the Alexanders,
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    • whom Jahve revealed Himself to mankind as in an external countenance.
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    • human being had to live was revealed to him out of the Mysteries.
    • the air and exhales it, so that it is alternately within him and
    • outside him, so does the earth inhale its soul during the winter. And
    • earth has been exhaled entirely; breathed out into the wide spaces of
    • it means for us and for our age that the soul of the earth is exhaled
    • Michael force out of the clouds. The calendars show on this day the
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    • The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales
    • Lecture 2: The Poetry of Fairy Tales
    • This edition of The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales was prepared
    • Poetry of Fairy Tales
    • fairy tales in the light of spiritual science.
    • can call the true fairy tale mood lies deep down within the human
    • to all the enchantment of genuine fairy tale poetry.
    • to feel strongly about fairy tales; studying them or trying to
    • spontaneity, yes, even the whole effect of the tales. We often hear
    • quality of the poetic tales arising from the deep, almost bottomless
    • tale. In doing this, the second doubt will be allayed. Simply by
    • searching out the sources and wellsprings from which fairy tales
    • so individual that one has oneself to resort to a kind of fairy tale
    • theoretical discussion nor destroy the fairy tale's living water with
    • it seemed natural to use the fairy tale itself to describe what lives
    • Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • very nature of fairy tale enchantment leads us to believe that
    • remarkable. If I were to talk about fairy tales as much as I'd like
    • person who attempts the spiritual exploration of the fairy tale
    • the source of fairy tale mood and fairy tale poetry lies still deeper
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    • Lecture 1: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
    • This edition of The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales was prepared
    • Interpretation of Fairy Tales
    • tales and legends. In a wider sense this principle can be extended to
    • first thing we must determine when relating fairy tales, legends or
    • we must not introduce into the fairy tales just anything that may
    • as such, and then try to permeate the fairy tales with it. Not
    • fairy tale we have to discuss can be told in the following manner:
    • is one of the fairy tales that we want to take as an example. But
    • collect fairy tales, from whatever period or people, if they are
    • genuine fairy tales you will find that certain basic ideas run
    • Odyssey. Let us put the following fairy tale side by side with
    • fairy tales and myths is to stop regarding them as fantasy derived
    • true tales lies in time immemorial, in the time when those who
    • everything wisely. While the giants are generally seen in male form,
    • we see the images of the intellectual soul as constructive female
    • “wise women” of the tales, working behind everything that
    • consciousness: “The wise female beings I see there are really
    • often arises when these female beings appear.
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    • science tells its tales, but is permeated everywhere by spirituality.
    • all that could be revealed to him in the far spaces of the planetary
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    • Aristotle and in Alexander. And these
    • Temple of Ephesus was burning it was the hour of Alexander's birth.
    • Alexander, Samothrace was still there as a place of remembrance, nay
    • of the Kabiri there arose for Alexander and Aristotle something like a
    • forth from the working together of Alexander and Aristotle.
    • and Alexander recognised what the fire at Ephesus had signified, when
    • first expounded to Alexander and learn to do the same with them as you
    • to take its place. It takes its start in the time of Alexander, but it
    • revealed in time to come. In very truth the time will come when man
    • as Aristotle and Alexander used the fire of Ephesus when it flamed
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    • surround the child because her own talents and human qualities had
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    • be applied in order to cause talents in ancestors to be transmitted,
    • Ahriman and Lucifer and be on the alert when they try to make us
    • alert and watchful, in order that we may do what is necessary to
    • is the legendary figure of a Jerusalem shoemaker who, taunting Christ
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    • her. Similarly, if satisfied with the nightingale's and lark's song, one
    • our own age has an immense talent for philistinism.
    • paintings, you will see that Mary Magdalene and the
    • gives Mary Magdalene — essentially — her characteristic
    • must be revealed out of anthroposophical research will prove to be
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    • measured, weighed on scales. But what is perceived in physics does not
    • points to the upper gods, those considered female because they transmitted
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    • concealed or non-radiant, that which holds back its being, refusing to
    • metals revealed their inner natures in their colors, therefore gave
    • heavy matter opposing its innermost nature. Palette colors are alien
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • painters gave Mary Magdalene a color of gown different from that of
    • Mary. Compare the yellow so often used in the robes of Mary Magdalene
    • peach-blossom tones, his pale-whitish color when his spirit plunges
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    • the dead image of life; in green life lies, as it were, concealed.
    • pentatonic scales, this sense of the divine gradually diminished.
    • and with them the major and minor scales, took music right into man.
    • which penetrates into space; on the other, in music, the scales of the
    • other hand, man who rose to the goddess of the heights (male gods were
    • recognized as below, female gods in the heights), man who rose in order
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    • Suppose I have a pale child
    • in the school. A pale child should be an enigma to me, a riddle to be
    • some colour in his cheeks, and have become pale under my treatment of
    • pale; I may perhaps come to see that I have given this child too much
    • the child grows rosy or pale thereby, that the method must just be
    • persevered with, then the child will remain pale.
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    • The "higher truths" in fairy tales and myths. How the teacher can
    • devils. And they said: The Pale-faces, as the Indians called the
    • this age must be given in the form of fairy tales, legends and
    • is telling fairy tales, stories or legends full of feeling. It very
    • in the legends, fairy tales and myths, for they express a higher
    • tales, legends and mythical stories will once more be filled with a
    • permeated as they will be by our own belief in the tales, will flow
    • stupid, I am clever, the child believes in fairy tales so I have to
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    • standing on some great living creature, like a whale. This is the
    • tales, myths and legends. We shall invent something ourselves for the
    • take charge of a class it is necessary to have an inventive talent.
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    • dawn. As the dawn faded the pale blue sky gradually appeared again
    • child can learn to do all kinds of exercises in a quick alert manner.
    • has to do actions with his own body which need great alertness in
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    • what the body works out and sees revealed as knowledge.
    • the mood and fashion of fairy tales, legends and myths, in the way I
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    • discussion and dispute. In fact, from the time of Galen till the
    • decisive; they revealed that whatever the disease may have been,
    • changes revealed in autopsies to the effect of the abnormal mixture of
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    • the lower organic sphere is alarmingly prevalent in present-day
    • when only half-healed, i.e. when the necessary phenomena have been
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    • sceptical as regards any rationale of healing.
    • attentive study, there has been a wholesale attribution of symptoms
    • swallowed wholesale all that these patients told them, instead of
    • in the case of a male hysteric. Schleich was fated to fall into this
    • revealed among lower organisms in an interesting way.
    • even be applied to forms of animal life as high in the scale as
    • of “rationale” of therapy.
    • must be continuously healed by iron. This is not the case with milk.
    • healed and how what flows out of the human organism, namely milk does
    • not need to be healed, but which if it has formative forces, can
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    • rationale into what is otherwise merely an empirical thinking on a
    • Try particularly to find out why the opened sheep exhales so foul an
    • So you can see that a system, a rationale in these matters, is only
    • scale: because microscopical methods are more apt to lead away from a
    • scale. We must only seek out the opportunities for such a study in the
    • we cut open a sheep and inhale the fumes of its entrails. Whereas, in
    • organs. For instance, there are the Caeca the equivalent of what has
    • equivalent structure of the intestine.
    • marshaled which are contrary to those of the pituitary, the
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    • specific chemistry of the earth is revealed in the ashes; it is
    • becomes ashes and what is revealed in flame, is the opposition of
    • ponderable and imponderable elements. There we have revealed the
    • world occurrences that manifests on a large scale; it manifests also
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    • solidification of matter in plants, and all that is revealed in the
    • Here is the same truth revealed by another approach. In thought we
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    • up the phenomena revealed in smell, not only into the vegetable world
    • This latter appropriates as it were the elements revealed to our sense
    • of taste; and hides, secretes within our bodies, what is thus revealed
    • concealed in the depths of our organisation. At the risk of offending
    • olfactory scale — or olfactory spectrum if it may be so termed — we
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    • established and expressed; this is how here the female sexual organs,
    • the female sexual principle arises, and there the male principle.
    • Indeed, this gives a possibility to study the female sexual
    • formative forces. And there is the possibility to study the male
    • outline the relationship on a large scale. If in the future these
    • their operations as the male seed itself. The first stages of human
    • of man to the cosmos. What was, so to speak, injected with the male
    • cosmos tends to project into the female organism are so deformed by
    • the operation of the male element, that the cosmic tendency towards a
    • organs. The role of the female organisation goes to the totality of
    • man's structure; the role of the male organisation, through the
    • operation of the male seed, is specialisation, differentiation, i.e.,
    • divide it into heart, kidneys, stomach and so forth. In the male and
    • female element we have before us the polarities of the earth and of
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    • scale in which the specific attributes of the substance, i.e., those
    • which appear first of all, are revealed. Just as the spendthrift, who
    • concealed from you, for the simple reason that it is essential to the
    • phenomena observable on the visible (macroscopic) scale into the
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    • and even that of Galen as well, still used conceptions which are
    • relics of such internal observations. Galen Was no longer in a
    • through much of Galen's writings, and is the source of many valuable
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    • the male and female respectively, Helleborus niger will hardly produce
    • likes the earth and is therefore more in affinity with the male system
    • which is akin to earth itself, whereas the female system of forces, as
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    • difference. All that lies comparatively low in the ascending scale of
    • connections of nature are then revealed. I suggest that you should try
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    • this equivalent exists wherever the extra-telluric forces cause the
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    • human organism is most clearly revealed in these indirect and
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    • and concealed by illusions, so that sound judgment becomes most
    • to that of the horizontal tendency of the scales; but it is sealed
    • that always in heredity different elements, male and female, play
    • their parts. The male always transmits what man owes to earthly
    • existence, what he owes to earth-forces; whereas the female organism
    • from which the male sexuality originates. On woman the heavens, as it
    • follows this result; suppose a female being comes into existence
    • were by the heavens. If a male being develops it becomes more and more
    • alone, but in the female the arm of the scale rises towards the
    • heavens and in the male it inclines to the terrestrial. It is a strict
    • transmit through the male what is contained in the reproductive forces
    • males, but the transmission of the illness occurs only through
    • females. A woman whose father was a hæmophiliac, though she does not
    • exhibit the disease herself, is liable to bequeath it to her male
    • it because she is part of the family. The males, however, become
    • much to do with it, including the legendary Basilius Valentinus.
    • clairvoyant faculties revealed something resembling the phantom of
    • them as a definite force. That which normally remains concealed within
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    • these lectures, they cannot be healed — or at any rate could be
    • healed only under conditions extremely difficult to provide. And this
    • certain place on the poet's head, he turned deathly pale and could
    • legends or tales in which the things that are done by the child are
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    • not of an outward action, but of a concealed or disguised action in
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    • counter to an illness that was prevalent in that district.) And so,
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    • and alert in all that we undertake. There are, it is true, tendencies
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    • made first on a small scale. Altogether, a most interesting
    • who was given into my care, and who was in time completely healed.
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    • vain and conceited, for it is a tendency that is terribly prevalent
    • all around, a sulphur-aura, which pales and bleaches the hair and
    • valley of the Saale. Other regions nearby yield gypsum. Gypsum is, as
    • overlaid and hidden, suddenly revealed itself in a truly beautiful
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    • tell their tale: “I am rather fat, I have white hair, I can see
    • An English equivalent might read:
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    • ill and requires to be healed. Hence the primeval words for “healing”
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    • revealed through Spiritual Science to which a person can attain
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    • kind of superficiality which is so prevalent to-day. This book
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    • a healer, can become wholly man; not merely one who
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    • scale of organic life than the plants. The plant has its etheric body;
    • this silicious substance is revealed as the external manifestation of
    • to those depths where reality revealed itself; on the one hand
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    • scale of organic life than the plants. The plant has its etheric body;
    • this silicious substance is revealed as the external manifestation of
    • to those depths where reality revealed itself; on the one hand
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    • large scale as an impossibility, and taking petty tinkerings
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • is how the old wisdom of the ancient oracles was revealed,
    • not be completely revealed in such a way. Only a faint
    • the carrier of his memory and talent, been lost. And that is
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • taught in Palestine. It was specially emphasized, for
    • Palestine. The physical progress in memory was what was
    • the events in Palestine because they knew better. People like
    • to receive revelations about the events in Palestine that
    • describes the Christ detached from the whole Palestinian
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    • of the Sun Oracle itself could not be directly revealed in
    • meant to be revealed that is presented to the earth in the
    • his parents, and journeyed to Moscow. The great talent of
    • Palestine, but rather as a prince of a Germanic tribe. The
    • in Palestine. Only after he had seen the being that was woven
    • revealed to the writer of the Heliand, and He was
    • Palestine. And so he presents Him in another setting because
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    • It revealed itself to them as a shining astral configuration
    • of a more intimate relationship with Christ, as is revealed by
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    • accessible to him, but he left revealed knowledge intact and
    • made use of dialectics in order to understand it.
    • Testament contains everything of revealed knowledge, so that
    • using progressive dialectics, Thomas also made it possible
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    • knowing that is prevalent today, the way of seeing and
    • healed in a spiritual way through the innermost,
    • this place will flow back to all people involved and coalesce
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    • Event in Palestine.
    • in the human being of Palestine.
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    • body lay mysteriously concealed in that mountain cave, it was
    • in the microcosmic pole in Palestine. The fire that lives in
    • Mystery of Palestine so that he could imbue with His force
    • signaled the glad tidings that death can be conquered by
    • because Christ is the great healer of mankind. His power
    • what had enveloped the God incarnate of Palestine now was
    • circulated about the events in Palestine? None of the events
    • time has come when these secrets can be revealed because the
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    • the human constitution, which is also revealed by clairvoyant
    • healed by spiritual powers — hence the refreshment, the
    • it was then that Ahura Mazdao revealed himself to Zarathustra
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    • wisdom of the seven oracles in Atlantis coalesced. The adepts
    • of the Sun Spirit who revealed himself in the Sun Oracle of
    • this world and what was revealed to me by the great and
    • who revealed Himself to me in the sun that I surrender
    • had two disciples. To one of them he revealed through
    • the astral body of Zarathustra, who had revealed to him not
    • earth and revealed itself in and to humanity. Previously, it
    • had revealed itself in the elements, for example to Moses in
    • teachings nor the events that took place in Palestine, but
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    • Remains of Druidic culture in Wales, near Penmaenmawr. Inner qualities
    • as the being of a plant is finally revealed to the senses in the
    • in the second half of August.* Penmaenmawr is in Wales, where the
    • we have farmers' calendars which tell the farmer that on such and such
    • afterwards rubbing it out. But there in Wales, where land and sea meet
    • Nature revealed herself to the Druid priests — or I might say the
    • on plants was revealed to him; he could see that a particular kind of
    • gigantic. Thus he saw the large-scale activities of Nature as the
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    • crystals, to hill and dale, a mood came over him which can be traced
    • was specially prevalent among the people of ancient Chaldea. By its
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    • this condition that is so deeply concealed from us. I can perhaps best
    • How is this dream-life really revealed? There are of course many kinds
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    • when men could not look at the calendar to see when it was right to
    • complete the yearly calendar, were obtained from observation within
    • the great secrets were to be revealed, the priest had to expose
    • Sun-Initiation. What was revealed on the surface of things was
    • And what was thus livingly revealed to him, this he felt as the
    • and must be healed. Indeed he was then considered as black human
    • healed. And at length they said: We have many means of healing, but
    • again, was only healed once more in the way of soul and spirit, when
    • Poisonous forces as it were on a large scale become healing forces
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    • spiritual worlds, for materialistic feelings are very prevalent now,
    • conditions from those prevalent here on earth. That is why it is so
    • extremely difficult to read the time by the watch concealed in your
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    • of a man when he has inhaled a breath of air and is working on it in
    • being inhaled and exhaled. At the end of December it is holding these
    • man who has inhaled holds the air entirely in himself.
    • Sun can exert its power on the Earth only when the Earth has exhaled
    • exhaled. The entire soul-element of the Earth has been poured forth
    • more to inhale. The soul of the Earth which was poured out into the
    • time the Christ Impulse has to live in the exhaled breath. The
    • calendar on September 29, a few days after the fall equinox —
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    • something concealed at first, as something which cannot be penetrated
    • completely exhaled. The spirit-soul element of the Earth is then
    • earthly with its deeply concealed winter nature (orange), then
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    • at a certain time of year the larks and the nightingales sing, what is
    • And thus it is that the nightingales and the larks send forth their
    • nightingales.
    • Now of course not all creatures are nightingales and larks; also of
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    • other three-quarters of the year nothing was revealed to them of what
    • world in which it revealed itself was by no means regarded in such a
    • the world. Men did not expect great secrets of Nature to be revealed
    • himself as moral impulse what is revealed at this time of midsummer
    • should be revealed out of the heavens in all seriousness what they
    • of elemental beings were also active there who revealed themselves to
    • midsummer the divine-spiritual world revealed itself through moral
    • revealed itself as we have indicated, man could experience in a
    • universe, there is revealed to him what spirit is not. When he makes
    • is not spirit is revealed to him. Everything that is not spirit is
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    • to be found in legends and fairy-tales. In their very composition,
    • legends and fairy-tales which seem so unintelligible to modern
    • the Sphinx, the Luciferic. The secret of all legends and fairy-tales
    • In legends and fairy-tales we find, sometimes more and sometimes less
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    • the lecture on the Kalevala
    • the nature of man that are prevalent in the materialistic thought of
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    • strange man with pale countenance accosted me, invited me to mount a
    • (a fairy-tale
    • equilibrium is induced in a pair of scales by having both scale-pans
    • hold the scales and each of which at certain times brings extra weight
    • intermediate state, where we dream, are the two scale-pans held in
    • life too belong in a world of polar opposites. The whole morale of
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    • the spiritual, the psychic and the physical world which is revealed
    • my Philia, come inhale
    • inhale
    • he scale
    • and experience of art as expressed and revealed in the
    • Iphigeneia of Weimar, and what is revealed in the Roman
    • concealed, yet ever I feel myself a stranger as at first. For still
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    • higher that is revealed in me: my “I” withdraws, my ego
    • but to something which is revealed, through ordinary consciousness,
    •         Alone and palely
    • I saw pale kings and princes too,
    •         Pale warriors,
    • death-pale were they all;
    •         Alone and palely
    • O Nightingale, that on yon bloomy
    • Maler, einen frommen.
    • male ich hier neu
    • moon's pale light
    • gale,
    • Nor let th' imprison'd essences exhale;
    • Alexander
    • us picture the following: one breath inhaled and exhaled; and a
    • second inhaled and exhaled; and, striking into this, the rhythm of
    • heart, through the breathing-process, through the stream of exhaled
    • and inhaled breath:
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    • depends upon what takes place when inhaled air penetrates into our
    • forth what lives in us as we exhale our breath – then,
    • part of the magnificent Finnish Folk-epic, the Kalevala.
    • male to a female,
    • Now a passage from the Kalevala: and we will try,
    • From the Kalevala: Rune XIV (Conclusion)
    • “Achilleis” and the Kalevala, you will be able
    • there is laid into the innermost nature of the words that inhaled
    • Pale pains, and pleasures long worn out of life.
    • Shapes that wax pale and shift in swift strange wise,
    • appealed to English poets in modern times. There are, however, a
    • revealed – a revelation of art pierced through by the
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    • and experience of what might be termed the vowel-scale.
    • How many a tale their music tells,
    • and black, and pale, and hectic red,
    • Höllenqualen,
    • Ta funeste valeur m’instruit par ta
    • fairy-tale in Novalis’ The Apprentices of Sais. In
    • this wonderful fairy-tale, as in so much that has come to us from
    • Novalis, is revealed the whole depth of his soul.
    • intimacy of soul. What is expressed in this prose fairy-tale can
    • can envisage and feel intimately in this prose fairy-tale, she has
    • crimson and unfolding and fading to palest rose, leaf by leaf and
    • young moon cleft the pale waste of skyline, the rim of a silver
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    • entrauscht umwölktem Felsensaale,
    • unaufhaltsam fort zu Tale.
    • Dämonisch aber stürzt mit einem Male
    • den Lauf, begrenzt die weite Schale.
    • revealed the several forms of verse and prosody. But each time it
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    • we spend our yeeres as a tale that is
    • Above the lowly dales did clime:
    • what had to be revealed was, above all, the imagery he wanted to
    • by which to scale the heights of the full, spiritual sense –
    • revealed.
    • Upon the mountains & in vales with harp
    • dialects to become the common parlance and also the so-called
    • – except possibly dialects. And here we have something which
    • a poet as Joseph Misson should have resorted to Austrian dialect
    • the Skies exhales it back again.
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    • epoch of German poetry, Klopstock appealed to the invisible –
    • the half-talented. (Although, as I have mentioned, these make up
    • Im Tale prangt sein Zelt in
    • and over all the smoke – so pale, like
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    • A baleful glare from his eyes was
    • Many a warrior sealed in slumber,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • Jerusalem and the plain around Jerusalem; King Jesus with His hosts,
    • belong to His host assembled on the plain of Jerusalem, against the
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    • something else, has its right to exist; it has revealed something to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • physical plane in Palestine, at the beginning of our era, an event
    • for the evolution of humanity as the event of Palestine had at the
    • of our era, the event of Palestine took place, so in our time the
    • of Palestine. If we were to look upon Christ Jesus simply as a high
    • will be visible for all men; who as the Healer for pride and despair
    • into human evolution through the events in Palestine. Because of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • Palestine, can lead on to the birth of the Christ-Event within him.
    • the events in Palestine, on Golgotha — and that previously for
    • a small scale within the Mysteries to the candidates for Initiation
    • in Palestine and on Golgotha.
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • after the Event of Palestine. We can easily confirm what is said
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • of the week Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was still
    • what had formerly been carried out on a small scale in the depths of
    • place on a small scale in the Mysteries.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • the Events of Palestine took place, the human race on earth had
    • men born after the time when the events of Palestine were due would
    • to the time of the Events of Palestine, the Ego-consciousness could
    • Events of Palestine, a truth was proclaimed: ‘Everything that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • Palestine, at the time which concerns us, not one but two
    • be said that in this respect the Nathan Jesus-child was untalented.
    • took its start from the Events of Palestine. And it is interesting
    • are now speaking, when the Event of Palestine was to take place, it
    • us, was untalented for all that human culture had developed. He could
    • experiences would show himself without talent for all that men have
    • contrast, the Luke Jesus-child revealed in a high degree the
    • the first time in the Palestine period as the Nathan Jesus-child.
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • up to our own time has revealed itself to the soul who desired to
    • Palestine drew near. The last after-effects of it continued to be
    • old and new epochs, a point marked by the Events of Palestine.
    • come to Christ, the Holy Communion was a complete equivalent of the
    • the Events of Palestine are truly not compatible with the modern
    • insignificant little cosmic body that the Events of Palestine appear
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • prepare the way for the events of Palestine. Steiner's emphasis is on
    • super-sensible world a picture of the events in Palestine which led to
    • foregoing description you can gather that the whole scale of feelings
    • Himself at the time of the Events of Palestine with a man, to embody
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • only in the physical and the material. The scales are held in perfect
    • sensuous passions that are becoming increasingly prevalent on earth —
    • this illumination, an inner, fundamental connection is revealed
    • when the statement that the Apocalypse was revealed to St. John on
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • revealed in the scene of the “Passage to the Mothers”, where
    • spiritual world which had been concealed as the result of Lucifer's
    • simultaneously have revealed itself to him as a spiritual world. The
    • revealed how Ahriman, as an opposing power, ensnares man and clouds
    • may turn, and, on the other, of the malefic power of Ahriman and his
    • existence. To the eye of spirit this earth is revealed as a
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    • these civilisations there arose the rudiments of the Calendar. Much
    • the Calendar.
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    • which the first three chapters are based and can only be revealed to
    • Thus for the early Christians, the Event in Palestine was of cosmic
    • significance. He Who walked in Palestine was, for the first
    • truth was taught and revealed.” But one thing has become reality
    • in Palestine, came to pass as actual, historic fact, following in
    • transfigured Flesh. Hence the question: What is revealed to a man who
    • Lamb is revealed to him. The Devachanic world lies open before him and
    • then he is able to unveil the innermost secret which must be revealed
    • This world is announced in the secret that is revealed through the
    • opening of the seven seals, revealed through Him Who made the
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - III
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    • historic actuality of the happenings in Palestine between the years 1
    • Palestine had been “Promised” in the secrecy of the
    • — in Palestine. This is the explanation of the utterance: blessed
    • are able to believe not merely in the Word revealed to the Mystics,
    • its very details. What is later revealed was in earlier times beheld
    • “unsealed” for those who are ready for it.
    • Book that was given to them sealed, will be unsealed.
    • will, in later times, be unsealed. I have told you that Christ's
    • as John has revealed and written down for us the unsealing of the old
    • mystery and is revealed at its unsealing.
    • his development lead? From the Father to the Father. This is revealed
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    • were, it is revealed as the force that builds up the human being from
    • clairvoyant perception had revealed to man the spiritual in every
    • organism be healed.
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    • development revealed in human life itself — to ignore, for
    • the most skilful in argument, the master of Dialectic — of the
    • study the measures and the rhythms that were concealed in orchestric,
    • out of the Cosmos, great Ideas are revealed to man. Just as music was
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    • revealed to the Greek what the forces of pre-earthly life had made
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • transparent to him. The body revealed both soul and spirit in so far
    • he perceives it, that the male physical body transforms the larynx at
    • female sex to the etheric body, or body of formative forces. The
    • change occurs in the etheric body and the etheric body of the female
    • body of the male. Again, the etheric body of the male at the
    • female. However extraordinary it may appear to a mode of knowledge
    • all-important point of life, the male bears within him the etheric
    • female and female the etheric male from the fourteenth year onwards.
    • the male and female.
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    • are revealed by the freed thinking, however, are very striking
    • as this understanding has to be revealed in education. From the
    • with all due respect. Truth, however, cannot be concealed; it must be
    • the word that pealed forth from the earth.
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    • of the finer connections revealed by a true knowledge of man. Not without
    • are highly rarefied but are nevertheless revealed in every
    • manifestation of life. We breathe in oxygen and exhale carbonic acid.
    • the many so-called nervous diseases prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • the prevalence of nervous disease in this third decade of the twentieth
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    • in the scale of creation. Until the age of eleven or twelve, the
    • form of fantasy and fairy-tales. Our aim in so doing is to awaken in him
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    • of soul is involved. As teachers, we must always be on the alert for
    • notices a child growing paler and paler. Another child may lose his
    • child who grows paler and paler must therefore be relieved, whereas
    • of these principles is revealed above all when we come to consider the
    • revealed to him at a level other than that of ordinary intelligence,
    • balance: in the one scale lie all those things that lead into prosaic
    • life, that bind men to the earth; in the other scale lie the
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    • most significant form this is revealed in the child. Hence
    • individual child a whole world is revealed to him, and not only
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    • speak as one does in fairy-tales, for everything must still be
    • first years of life history must be treated in fairy-tale,
    • that primitive people did the same. The idea is prevalent that
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    • cause of a talent, or lack of talent in any particular sphere,
    • or can show a deceptive talent which is transient and
    • pathological. One must develop insight as to whether the talent
    • boy became pale. With the exception of his mother and the
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    • about the sunflower and the violet, I have spoken in fairytale
    • Bearing in mind the kind of thinking prevalent today, it is no
    • become dried up, but remains fresh and alert and able to bring
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    • will give you an example. A child in my class becomes paler and
    • paler. I see this increasing pallor. It shows itself in the
    • may well be the result: The child grows pale and this is
    • attention. Whereas previously he used to sit in his place, pale
    • this emancipated faculty. The child grows pale and the teacher
    • your memory; that is why you have grown so pale.” It is
    • understand that the growing pale is connected with what he has
    • child grows too pale it is because his memory has been
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    • minor third. We are formed according to the notes of the scale,
    • circumstances: “There stands a pale man.” That
    • have reality if I say: There stands a man who is pale, —
    • them: “There stands a pale man” — it is just
    • “There stands a man who is pale” — it is like
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    • Liberal Arts: Grammar, Rhetoric, Dialectic, Arithmetic,
    • consultation with a dealer in leather. The ambassador, whose
    • was duly announced. Rothschild, whose business with the dealer
    • healed in order to rise and become a true man. Education was a
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    • simply appealed to perception. So we must not only think
    • and fairy-tales, and if you have a real feeling for this, so
    • ideal, in telling the child fairy-tales or legends, or in
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    • therefore we must beware of them. But that would be equivalent
    • the rushing of water or the song of the nightingale. But true
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    • person revealed. People to-day, of course, are inwardly
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    • Vienna the tale spread: Schröer had tried to examine the
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    • Pythagoras from the parts and only then go on to the scalene
    • then the transition made to the scalene right-angled triangle.
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    • excite the imagination profoundly; that is, fairy tales. As
    • many fairy tales as possible. And after practising for some
    • dialect into the way of educated speech, by simply correcting
    • retold, the way from dialect to educated conversation. We can
    • dialect and the educated everyday speech, there was a third.
    • vowels long, and whereas the dialect quite correctly talked of
    • Southern Austria. The dialect talks rightly of “Der
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    • mental alertness, for then we are exclusively concerned, from
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    • soul is expressed and revealed in the body, so that on the one hand we
    • find revealed in the body what is expressed in antipathy, memory and
    • prevalent is because so much is unknown. Although physiology believes
    • We have a threefold expression of this sympathy and antipathy revealed
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    • to study how the intelligence of the world is revealed, then you must
    • breast. The Catholic Church concealed the knowledge of man's
    • relationship to the universe from him: that is to say, it concealed
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    • wonder therefore that the talk prevalent to-day about sex instruction
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    • — a thing not revealed in intellect, nor yet in what we call
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    • another and another child will easily turn pale for this or that
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    • whole organism. He absorbs the paleness of the long sad face of the
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    • for example. For if the boy were overtaxed he turned pale and his
    • with his whole being. Hence we mostly begin with tales such as fairy
    • tales, but also with other invented stories which relate to Nature. We
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    • palette and so paint, he will learn nothing. It is necessary that
    • palette or block, but from a jar or mug with liquid colour in it,
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    • larger task. Girls are apt, then, to become pale, anaemic: and one
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    • external world affect the female organism more intensely between the
    • 10th and 12th year than they do the male organ-ism. In a certain sense
    • the female organism between the 10th and 12th year partakes even
    • or the 13th and 14th, the female organism qua organism begins
    • The boy of 13 or 14 begins to show a nature hitherto unrevealed, and
    • the boy's whole organism. In the female organism, this rounding off of
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    • as a metamorphosis of it, is somewhat concealed. He is there within us,
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    • order to be healed, must feel them; in “E” he feels that one
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    • when eurythmy is done outwardly. And in the moment when what is concealed
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    • and astral organisms which mediate this alertfulness, are directed to
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    • to a performance during a conference in Wales.
    • It is a fact that the inmost nature of the human being can be revealed
    • description of it. All that he could say in words was revealed through
    • bearing as a philosopher, while feeling and idea revealed themselves
    • to write an essay: The Philosophy of Franz Brentano, as revealed
    • experience the ascending and descending of the whole scale of the
    • human emotions, the whole scale of the perception of external things.
    • all that can be revealed by them with regard to the nature and
    • legitimately be revealed through the medium of any particular art and
    • Eurythmy the beauty of both youth and age can be revealed.
    • attitude of mind so prevalent in our day. And for this reason they
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    • gas. So one can have this picture: A human being inhales oxygen from
    • carbon, and he exhales carbon dioxide. You breathe oxygen in, you
    • they take in the carbon dioxide that human beings and animals exhale.
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    • it into his body everywhere. Now you already know that we inhale
    • have in us from proteins and other food elements. And we exhale carbon
    • oxygen that was in the protein; we use the oxygen we have inhaled to
    • pale faces. You will no longer see a difference between their faces
    • did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What are you doing with
    • those scales?” I knew, of course, but I wanted to hear what he would
    • much more refined! Today it is far too crude. With those scales, with
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    • marked musical talent. Another case is the Bernoulli family, in which
    • in due time more and more is revealed. Man lives in this world for
    • over the body's surface. It speaks of voluptuousness concealed
    • concealed in his work. The precipitations of his astral vision need
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    • family within a period of 250 years and that the mathematical talent was
    • handed down through the generations just as mathematical talent was
    • nothing directly to do with the inheritance of musical talent.
    • Musical talent is transmitted purely within physical heredity. The
    • configuration of the ear. All musical talent is meaningless if a
    • for this talent. This purely bodily basis for musical talent is
    • talent for grasping spatial relationships. These semi-circular canals
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    • revealed when one goes into the details of what man is when he speaks
    • inhale passes through the canal of the spinal cord, and the impact of
    • pronounced in some Central European dialects. When I was a little
    • c-sharp of a certain scale; instead, there are untold numbers of
    • time.] who have delighted us with their fine talents. We shall
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    • pleasant, and for a long time a scale composed according to our
    • and therefore, in fact, the experience of the entire scale
    • his own self as well, that man feels the musical scale as himself,
    • lowest tones of the scale, the physical body is naturally taken along
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    • transported. This becomes more obvious if we take the scales through
    • to occur twelve times within these seven scales. In the sequence of
    • the seven musical scales, we discover hidden, as it were, an
    • additional twelve-part scale with the interval of the fifth.
    • scales in twelve steps, as it were. He is therefore in motion outside
    • mentioned earlier, the fact of the twelve fifths in the seven scales
    • this reason, music has no direct equivalent in outer nature. In
    • in the seven scales, and the number of signs in the Zodiac was
    • contained in the twelve fifths within the seven scales. The great
    • mystery of man was revealed in the circle of fifths, and in that
    • nature. Outer nature offers him no equivalent to the musical element;
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    • science of the mysteries, have been revealed to me as the beings of
    • located beyond this realm; they are concealed by the tapestry of
    • through the world, revealed themselves in sevenths. The statement, “I
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    • It is very remarkable that both meaning and purpose are revealed in
    • and certain others, the remarkable fact is revealed that although the
    • this period. In the year 1879, on a smaller scale, an event came to
    • alert to such incidents; without forcing ideas too far but feeling
    • alert, in these days, to any sign or experience which strikes one's
    • — how in the good and in the bad sense, things are revealed from
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    • revealed from the twentieth century onwards, from flowing into the
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    • Gospel of St. John have been exhaustively studied. A fact revealed to
    • the difference that the pictures revealed by Imaginative Cognition
    • revealed by the vision of Intuition. But if close attention is paid
    • and lacks definition. Thus if we disregard what was still revealed to
    • the stories in circulation concerning the events in Palestine; but
    • is the case, and because everything that is revealed to the vision of
    • with what is revealed to-day by spiritual investigation of the
    • occasion of a visit with his parents to Jerusalem the twelve-year-old
    • mind will be revealed as truth in the light of spiritual
    • revealed in the Akashic Chronicle, and then ask ourselves: How does
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    • minds, because the power of love is revealed more clearly in this
    • Beings of the spiritual world are revealed in sublime pictures.
    • the course of the ages converged in Palestine as though into one
    • he gazes into the Akashic Chronicle? What was it that was revealed to
    • the events in Palestine its light could shine down upon the Earth
    • only from spiritual heights. From the angelic host revealed to the
    • shepherds! For it too was to stream into the revelation in Palestine.
    • this is revealed by Gautama Buddha. Had he, as Bodhisattva, withdrawn
    • concealed within the head. But humanity was to advance to a form of
    • aspires to scale the pure heights of Divine Spirit through logical
    • Buddha into our own age. While still a Bodhisattva he revealed the
    • events in Palestine to the Sermon at Benares. Since Buddha attained
    • Angel who had announced to them the Event of Palestine.
    • the Akashic Chronicle we learn that in Palestine, in the ‘City of
    • whole momentous significance of the events described to-day was revealed
    • 2:26 And it was revealed unto him by the Holy Ghost, that he should not see death, before he had seen the Lord\'s Christ. \
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    • whole worlds, vast spiritual worlds, are revealed by this Gospel. After
    • to portray Christ Jesus as the Healer of body and soul because having
    • appealed so deeply to the hearts of men. That he recorded what he had
    • said to himself: Looking back into ancient times, it is revealed
    • of humanity, but they are often presented in simple fairy-tales and
    • legends. I have emphasized more than once that fairy-tales and
    • it was customary to express such a truth in the form of a fairy-tale
    • A Kalmuck fairy-tale
    • his Nirmanakaya and revealed himself in this way to the shepherds. But
    • he was to find further ways of working into the events in Palestine
    • what it is that is discarded at puberty. In Palestine and the
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    • creative turn of mind, not only keeping his thinking very alert but
    • a long time to be untalented and was for years considered a
    • — only on a far, far grander scale — had to happen in the
    • that tallies exactly with the facts revealed by the Akashic
    • fountain of youth in order that they might be revealed to mankind in
    • Event of Palestine; they present one aspect only. We now know who
    • line and of the Nathan line of the House of David were living in Palestine.
    • couples in Palestine, both bearing the names of ‘Joseph’ and
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    • merge and mutually fructify each other. The Event of Palestine is an
    • the task of understanding the Event of Palestine with increasing clarity.
    • fusion of Buddhism and Zoroastrianism in the Event of Palestine as
    • According to the usual view, John remained in Palestine, but in that
    • rejuvenation in the events of Palestine.
    • Spirit; with every indrawn breath you inhale divine Spirit; with
    • profound mystery is here revealed to us: Jesus of the Solomon line
    • relating to the Events of Palestine. Nobody should lend himself to
    • this age his parents went to Jerusalem ‘after the custom’, to take
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    • principles had to be revealed from above and then communicated in a
    • Bodhisattva would have revealed that the body enclosed only part of
    • the evolution of humanity on a large scale as might be seen on a small
    • scale in the case of a human being who develops to a certain degree of
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    • more sublime, more universal scale. Towards the thirtieth year the
    • the Event of Palestine. Thus it was the Zarathustra-Ego, Zarathustra
    • teaching what the great Event of Palestine signifies.
    • the wisdom of the world, and because He has revealed Himself in so
    • called Him ‘Ahura Mazdao’ because He revealed Himself in the raiment
    • not revealed to man in its original form at all; it is only a reflection,
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    • strength — a process not revealed to the consciousness. But
    • took place in Palestine at the beginning of our era. We have been
    • yet when I lay on the scales the outer effects of the happenings
    • mankind as time goes on, to be revealed to-day. Care is taken that
    • revealed to the fullest extent, this would be too overwhelming for
    • were then revealed could have been revealed. Such a stupendous
    • of men. This truth had to be revealed but it was only through the
    • humanity of that time that it could have been revealed.
    • tells how such people were healed through the mere proximity and the words
    • generally notice the subtler implications concealed behind many
    • for the Greek text here has the word ‘paralelymenos’, denoting
    • When it is said that Christ Jesus healed those who were paralysed, this
    • for men with defects in the etheric body also to be healed. Precisely
    • corporeality and to work into it. This is revealed by the fact that
    • be healed of any, came behind him, and touched the border of his
    • 8:43 And a woman having an issue of blood twelve years, which had spent all her living upon physicians, neither could be healed of any, \
    • twelve-year-old daughter of Jairus possibly be healed, for she is at
    • another person, and that she cannot be healed independently of that
    • healed — and only now could He enter the house of Jairus and heal
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    • will have revealed to them the content of the doctrine of compassion
    • to be healed; because the words He spoke, no matter whether
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    • demanding of human evolution the equivalent of demanding a plant to
    • Event of Palestine, he also points to what would one day be taught
    • former healing was an act presupposing in the healer a profound
    • revealed to him. In another kind of Initiation it is only a seed that
    • event in Palestine but he was not yet conscious of having risen into
    • intermingling of the male and female seeds. One of the basic
    • ascertain which particular attributes proceed from the male or from
    • the female seed, and the researchers are satisfied when they believe,
    • of the male and female seeds and that however precisely the product
    • birth from male and female seeds. But then Christ adds words to the
    • to in the Bible in the story of Jonah's sojourn in the whale. Such a
    • effort on his own part, the spiritual world was revealed from above.
    • Palestine. Christ says to those from whom, because of their
    • 9:31 Who appeared in glory, and spake of his decease which he should accomplish at Jerusalem. \
    • confluence of what derives from the male and female seeds. From the
    • differ from another who has no Faith, just as the one malefactor
    • beautiful mirror-image of divine mysteries revealed on Earth. What
    • can be revealed must be mirrored on Earth and, as mirror-image, rise
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • Fairy Tale
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    • public in this way what was to be revealed to contemporary mankind as
    • second, the equivalence of concepts; third, the combination of
    • equivalence of concepts, the combination of concepts,
    • is revealed by the spirit. These two men grew into the culture of
    • them was that things had been revealed. After all, the book was called
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    • Poggendorffschen Annalen,
    • he was thought to be totally unsuitable, not talented enough for such
    • revealed something of significance in the sense that we have
    • revealed the ancient wisdom which had been carefully guarded until
    • tale told about Jakob Boehme,
    • for female brains to celebrate, for at the end of the nineteenth
    • ignite, in a manner of speaking, in these female brains through the
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    • she revealed in one
    • This anti-christian outlook, and how it might be healed, is the
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    • That is revealed in incidents such as the following, which was
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    • happened. Then there was the absurd tale connected with Olcott's
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    • revealed for mankind to progress has to be incorporated into our
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • heat equivalence from such observations. Paracelsus,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • prevalent in earlier epochs. He would have replied: I live in a
    • feeling, as a creative artist, as healer or doctor, that he stands
    • though in the personified or symbolic forms revealed through old
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • and that we sleep for a period equivalent to the hours of darkness.
    • thoughts we regard them as a pale reflection without the reality of
    • to our calendar we reckon 365 days to the year; this is not quite
    • felt that a Moon phase of one month was equivalent, in the life of
    • This they expressed in the calendar by inserting an intercalary month
    • kaleidoscopic effect created by the play of natural fantasy, and
    • still aware of this kaleidoscopic life of dreams. For out of
    • which everything stands revealed — the individual human form,
    • inwardly at the celestial beauty that is revealed to our soul.
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    • are revealed to direct spiritual experience and investigation. My
    • on a magnified scale; everything appears to be more intensely real.
    • in comparison with that sublime reality which is revealed to us when
    • attain this fifth level of consciousness we share the same time-scale
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    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • unconscious of this — is analogous to the scale-pan that is
    • equivalent load to the other side.
    • knowledge that was prevalent at the time.
    • a Being of infinite grandeur was at work, who revealed herself in the
    • he saw the Goddess Natura weaving at her loom. She revealed to him
    • knowledge that was prevalent in former times.
    • therefore, both of male and female pupils at Ephesus. And in these
    • revealed to him in sleep. Then he would discuss in detail the
    • secrets were revealed to the human soul and entered into
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • living forces. Now they are revealed to us. And the cloud that
    • and in this weaving, pulsating life there is revealed a fundamental
    • left the Earth and the world of Elements below us; everything exhales
    • the coarsest substance of the brain that can be healed. Fluids also
    • convalescent suddenly developed an unexpectedly high temperature, a
    • a silver cure. When she told me about it the case revealed a complete
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    • are the mysteries revealed.
    • year, the mysteries of Mars are revealed. If we can look back upon
    • revealed. And the deeply veiled, but extraordinarily illuminating
    • are revealed when we look back upon the events and happenings between
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • light and the other side under conditions that revealed the aura.
    • writing and drawing, and which is revealed clairvoyantly, may also
    • influence of the Moon beings, readily assimilate the artistic talents
    • concealed within the earthly element. What is this spiritual element?
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    • which they dwell. Their true form is only revealed to us in the world
    • emptied, waking consciousness, that the violet stands revealed in all
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus, are to be found. If, as you
    • who also belong to this world. Colchicum autumnale and belladonna
    • that we should perceive the colchicum autumnale and the belladonna
    • ale, digitalis purpurea (purple foxglove), datura stramonium
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    • passive condition of sleep, then this second man concealed within the
    • sphere during waking life, the world of Imaginations is revealed to us
    • Archangel and then the real Archangel is revealed within the vision.
    • world is revealed in this way in the ordinary world and they want to
    • not merely the physical man, but the cosmic man stands revealed. Just
    • onwards these things begin to speak. They are revealed through
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    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • relevant facts as they are revealed to the understanding. And there
    • birth to its pre-earthly life where it is revealed in its full
    • information which is revealed by spiritual investigation can be
    • the principles of modern science, but whilst alert and receptive to
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
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    • prevalent in earlier epochs. He would have replied: I live in a
    • feeling, as a creative artist, as healer or doctor, that he stands
    • though in the personified or symbolic forms revealed through old
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    • thoughts we regard them as a pale reflection without the reality of
    • to our calendar we reckon 365 days to the year; this is not quite
    • felt that a Moon phase of one month was equivalent, in the life of
    • This they expressed in the calendar by inserting an intercalary month
    • kaleidoscopic effect created by the play of natural fantasy, and
    • still aware of this kaleidoscopic life of dreams. For out of
    • which everything stands revealed — the individual human form,
    • inwardly at the celestial beauty that is revealed to our soul.
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    • on a magnified scale; everything appears to be more intensely real.
    • in comparison with that sublime reality which is revealed to us when
    • attain this fifth level of consciousness we share the same time-scale
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    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • unconscious of this — is analogous to the scale-pan that is
    • equivalent load to the other side.
    • knowledge that was prevalent at the time.
    • a Being of infinite grandeur was at work, who revealed herself in the
    • he saw the Goddess Natura weaving at her loom. She revealed to him
    • knowledge that was prevalent in former times.
    • therefore, both of male and female pupils at Ephesus. And in these
    • revealed to him in sleep. Then he would discuss in detail the
    • secrets were revealed to the human soul and entered into
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    • living forces. Now they are revealed to us. And the cloud that
    • and in this weaving, pulsating life there is revealed a fundamental
    • left the Earth and the world of Elements below us; everything exhales
    • the coarsest substance of the brain that can be healed. Fluids also
    • convalescent suddenly developed an unexpectedly high temperature, a
    • a silver cure. When she told me about it the case revealed a complete
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    • are the mysteries revealed.
    • year, the mysteries of Mars are revealed. If we can look back upon
    • revealed. And the deeply veiled, but extraordinarily illuminating
    • are revealed when we look back upon the events and happenings between
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    • light and the other side under conditions that revealed the aura.
    • writing and drawing, and which is revealed clairvoyantly, may also
    • influence of the Moon beings, readily assimilate the artistic talents
    • concealed within the earthly element. What is this spiritual element?
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    • which they dwell. Their true form is only revealed to us in the world
    • emptied, waking consciousness, that the violet stands revealed in all
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus, are to be found. If, as you
    • who also belong to this world. Colchicum autumnale and belladonna
    • that we should perceive the colchicum autumnale and the belladonna
    • ale, digitalis purpurea (purple foxglove), datura stramonium
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    • passive condition of sleep, then this second man concealed within the
    • sphere during waking life, the world of Imaginations is revealed to us
    • Archangel and then the real Archangel is revealed within the vision.
    • world is revealed in this way in the ordinary world and they want to
    • not merely the physical man, but the cosmic man stands revealed. Just
    • onwards these things begin to speak. They are revealed through
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    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • relevant facts as they are revealed to the understanding. And there
    • birth to its pre-earthly life where it is revealed in its full
    • information which is revealed by spiritual investigation can be
    • the principles of modern science, but whilst alert and receptive to
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
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    • which he could hear the music of the heavenly Jerusalem. They
    • Jerusalem that men looked up in this connection. Let us
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    • face. The whole secret of initiation is concealed in the
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    • in which spirit was revealed in matter, had to change into
    • previous tones of the scale, we experience danger as we pass
    • legal dialectic was extraordinary, and people who knew him
    • his being sentenced. The advocate used his greatest dialectic
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    • paler — we can see that death has seized him, but he still has
    • takes place in the female organism that is connected with the
    • The Moon was there, an entirely female being, and
    • confronting it was not a male being, but all that was still outside
    • the breast; before birth it is in those parts of the female body
    • processes in the female organism, what is pushed out in the monthly
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    • the air we inhale, genuine silica, tiny quantities of silica. Plenty
    • and forms carbon dioxide which he then exhales. But above, the silica
    • was not yet inhaled but was absorbed. The bird-like creatures in
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    • was scaly, a hollow space is formed. Later, the scales are dissolved
    • structure of the creature. One must have the talent to imagine the
    • carbon that is in us with the oxygen we inhale and exhale the two
    • air, we inhale it, unite it with the carbon we have within us and
    • exhale carbon and oxygen together as carbon dioxide. The plants
    • carbon dioxide is exhaled today by animal and man, in ancient times a
    • combination of carbon and nitrogen was exhaled. That is prussic acid,
    • poisonous prussic acid was once exhaled, and nothing that exists
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    • have this picture: A human being inhales oxygen from the air, the
    • he exhales carbon dioxide. You breathe oxygen in, you breathe carbon
    • human beings and animals exhale. Plants are just as greedy for the
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    • inhale oxygen from the air and that this oxygen combines with the
    • exhale carbon in carbon dioxide, keeping a part of it back. So now we
    • inhaled to combine with the carbon. Thus we do not make our own
    • will have very pale faces. You will no longer see a difference
    • him. And what did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What
    • are you doing with those scales?” I knew, of course, but I
    • With those scales, with everything that is carried on in the
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    • the plants are breathing out what they inhale from the universe, then
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    • to apply the proper manure by instinct. But nowadays in large-scale
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    • scale. So it is, gentlemen! It happens. The surface of the earth
    • in the universe. We can indicate in our calendar that spring will
    • to mark anything definite in the calendar in regard to it —
    • repetitions too, and indicated in the calendar certain particulars of
    • reason the calendar was called the Hundred-Years' Calendar was that
    • included in the calendar according to which predictions were made
    • up the Hundred Years' Calendar accordingly.
    • all, made a Hundred Years' Calendar every year, then they found that
    • the details given in the calendar did not tally with the actual
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    • which he marked in his calendar.
    • This calendar has been printed many times and Falb's
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    • as you know, are ever on the alert — forbade the lecture, so
    • prevalent. We'll all suffer from what you call “nerves”,
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    • is nothing but a science fairy tale. It is contradicted by what has
    • small scale is perpetually taking place there.
    • thinking, death is always taking place in the body on a small scale.
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    • possible to see in the outer world anything that revealed deep inner secrets.
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    • a spiritual world behind all that is revealed to the senses and through them
    • world. When are these physical laws revealed to us? When we have
    • individual, talents and abilities showing forth — many people still
    • the talents and characteristics that are evident in the present life were
    • revealed.
    • small in scale. And in a powerful poem of universal significance, the
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    • scale. Anyone who looks at the true spiritual evolution of mankind, and
    • Close-sealed ...
    • Pandora and what does she signify? Truly a mystery of the soul is concealed
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    • as he stands before us, and how personality is outwardly revealed.
    • the soul and worked on by the soul if they are to coalesce and be transformed
    • to be unwoven at night, or they would unfailingly coalesce.
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    • said to have taken place in Palestine at the beginning of our era. She enters
    • to sketch out the rest. In earlier years he had written various tales and
    • the “Nutbrown Maiden”, the “Tale of the New
    • Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
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    • offered by the sense-world, its nothingness is revealed. No truth is to be
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    • human soul is equivalent to the soul of the species in the animal. Thus
    • no outer equivalent. This correspondence between outer being and inner
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    • than to seek the spirit where it is revealed in the world immediately around
    • physical body also. Who has not noticed how someone will turn pale when
    • pale.
    • also are the talents, capacities and special characteristics which will
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    • Johannes Tauler; if we appreciate how deeply Valentin Weigel
    • all the works where he is revealed and strives for illumination, it comes out
    • shall be healed only if, after having found God within us, we pour out into
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    • human being. It is revealed to our external observation.
    • each night what she has woven during the day. Great depths are revealed where
    • physical body and ether body with the same abilities and talents, the same
    • inner human being can again live in the healed outer one.
    • us the following: we should be thankful each time that we are healed, for
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    • we can repeatedly experience the truth of what a dialect poet, Rosegger, has
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    • and value, the power of human self-consciousness is revealed most. And then,
    • the physical body is only revealed by the exact investigation of spiritual
    • cross”, and for Hegel the roses on the cross were equivalent to reason
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    • discover the underlying causes of these appearances as they are revealed
    • revealed itself in his inner life at a time when his ego was still weak.
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    • far apart from the aims of artistic work. A widely prevalent belief today is
    • fairy-tales and legends, were born from a primeval faculty in the human soul.
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    • now, in our times, these things must be revealed within our
    • the things that occurred in Palestine at the beginning of our
    • when the Nathan-Jesus traveled to Jerusalem with his parents,
    • been revealed during the time of the prophets emerged from the
    • person what had been revealed during the prophets' time
    • home to travel. He went through Palestine and the surrounding
    • he wandered through Palestine his extraordinary character was
    • Palestine, his karma also led him to pagan places. (It would
    • recognizing what had been revealed to Judaism before its fall.
    • activities as holy secrets, which they revealed to no outsider,
    • The Post-Atlantis life of humanity revealed itself to Jesus of
    • they never revealed what they had seen and heard. They
    • revealed by research in the Akasha Record. They describe events
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    • that the gods revealed their affairs to human eyes for a while
    • recognize its abominable nature if you're alert enough and your
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    • scales or table. The Chinese did not speak in this way, but they
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    • the bees, reproduction is limited to quite a few exceptional female
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    • worker-bees and the drones (the males) develop-in hexagonal cells,
    • worker-bee then, needs twenty-one days, and the drone, the male
    • twenty-three to twenty-four days. The males are killed when they have
    • than the others; the drones (the males) are the farthest removed from
    • drones are the males; they can fertilise; this power of fertilisation
    • clearly to be seen that fertilisation (male fecundation) comes from
    • the earthly forces, and the female capacity to develop the egg comes
    • riddles lie concealed in all that happens with the bees, and by much studying
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    • might be possible that the glands of the female breast secreted
    • other one grows pale, fear makes people pale. When one turns pale the
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    • only working on a small scale, and did not sell his honey. Erbsmehl is
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    • processes, and can say to oneself: within the plants there is concealed
    • can say that what in Nature lies concealed in the tree through the
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    • is it? So now they make this fine tale — it must be in the
    • on the earth. Humanity could not then continue to exist, for the male
    • healed.
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    • the matter with him; if he is pale or has no appetite, these are only
    • the air. Thus we perpetually inhale this formic acid out of the
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    • Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redenkunst.
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    • Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redenkunst.
    • concepts. These misunderstandings have revealed themselves in
    • talent or lack of talent. The reader is not dealing with a person at
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    • Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redenkunst.
    • were, what one must put on one or the other side of the scale.
    • people in a different manner as well. So, Alexander Moszkowski,
    • — the Alexander-Moszkowski-element. One must seek for the
    • exercise one's talent of setting straight what the other speaker
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    • Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redenkunst.
    • sozialen Frage (the threefold social order). By making it
    • “Freundrl” [Austrian dialect for
    • one should develop the instinctive talent not to swallow
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    • Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redenkunst.
    • sale, where what has been left is finally brought out.
    • events on a broader scale! Let us not isolate ourselves from
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    • is the Kingdom, the Power and the revealed Glory. — Theina ist thiu
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    • talent. They were gifted not only with special racial dispositions, but
    • intelligence, they were inwardly revealed thoughts. One experienced
    • to tales of adventure that which deeply influenced spiritual life. And
    • grammar and dialectic developed further and further in a dead language.
    • laws which would never be revealed without her. And it is worthy of
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    • about with an equivalent degree of certainty.
    • exhale carbon dioxide, which is no longer the life-sustaining
    • life. We had to inhale the life-strengthening oxygen and
    • inhaled, which was life-sustaining.
    • just as the life force is no longer in the air we exhale. We
    • experienced mathematically as pale abstractions can be made
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    • aspects of left and right, our experience would be pale, dry
    • our arms intersect, we have a certain equivalent to the act
    • alert consciousness is the life of mental pictures. In
    • clear content of daily life, from the fully alert life of
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    • revealed through the usual methods of investigation. Let us
    • regulated respiration. They inhaled differently from the way
    • was held and then it was exhaled in a particular manner. At
    • And, what is in us now, when exhaled, will again belong to
    • material air that is inhaled and combined with one's self,
    • is inhaled and assimilated. When exhaling, something of a
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    • things that are supposed to be concealed behind the visible
    • Then one could say: Behind this b there is concealed
    • as much of this anthroposophy as had revealed itself to my
    • ready for sale. So they had to get finished. I sent the first
    • revealed to us about specific relationships between the human
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    • passes over onto Stirner's side of the scale. Then one despises this
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    • best revealed when one realizes that this psychology of association,
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    • spiritual content of the world suddenly stands revealed there. This is
    • revealed by Inspiration. Nothing of this world came forth to him. And
    • revealed in one place or another. The present stage of human evolution
    • nature revealed its open secret, where the striving that exists within
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    • with him The astral thereby coalesces with the physical to a greater
    • coalesces with man's inner life, and because he makes subjective what
    • coalesce with the other, but it must happen in full consciousness and
    • no longer conceives commodities in the Marxist manner as congealed labor
    • or even congealed time. Rather, one will realize that the results of
    • will become clear only to those who know what is revealed to man through
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    • the pathological the essence of the healthy can be revealed to the perceptive
    • of the spiritual world revealed through Inspiration. That which still
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    • is, so to speak, exhaled and the other inhaled, so that the forces of
    • something quite extraordinary when he inhales. When inhaling he experiences
    • [intellektuale Anschauung]. He reached a point, however, where
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    • healed. By studying these matters from another angle we will
    • revealed to us when plant substance is burned and ash is
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    • inhaled does not differ appreciably from the amount exhaled.
    • data demonstrate that actually more nitrogen is exhaled than
    • inhaled. Materialism can make nothing of this difference and
    • Pithecanthropos erectos was healed by a physician,
    • — like the excess of exhaled nitrogen compared with
    • what is inhaled, for example. These things must be fully
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    • process of becoming plant-like is well-concealed and much
    • revealed very clearly in the human astral body. As known to
    • earth has already made its own. What is concealed in
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    • between the human being and the animal is revealed.
    • children with homework. Homework is frequently the concealed
    • female is more sensitive to the peculiarly labile equilibrium
    • present there. The male is more robust regarding his chest
    • weaker. The female is more sensitive to the troubles arising
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    • in greater quantity in exhaled air than in inhaled air and
    • manifesting in breathing is also revealed outwardly in the
    • the other; hence we always inhale traces of water vapor with
    • example, the female uterus, which is the most prominent
    • step, of the heart formation. (I speak of the “female
    • uterus,” because there is also a “male
    • uterus,” but this is only present in the male as part
    • is, in fact, revealed clearly even in the pathological
    • have to be treated from the metabolism. Gradually a rationale
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    • by all sorts of prejudices. The facts are not fully revealed
    • hidden radiating events, concealed even to external
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    • concealed way, eurythmy can still have an extraordinarily
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    • Again, we take two colours, black and white, in a scale of reciprocated
    • the yellow paler towards the edges, and then still paler. In short we
    • to pale yellow. You cannot picture yellow in any other way, if you
    • paler all the time. That is what I might call the secret of yellow.
    • palest in the middle. Then blue is in its element. By this it is
    • We saw that yellow wants, of its own nature, to get paler and paler
    • colours. There one just writes down the scale: Red, orange, yellow,
    • interplay. Let us run along the scale. You will see that starting with
    • physical colour-scale entirely in order to get to the colour which can
    • wants — that yellow wants to be stronger in the middle and to pale
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    • not painting from the palette, smearing the material colour on to the
    • painting with the palette. Painting from the palette is materialistic,
    • with a palette and mix colours together, if, having the colours already
    • solid and material on the palette, I then daub them on the surface.
    • palette colour and because of this change we have all the tailors'
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    • ages is revealed in the beauty of spring blossom. You look at the
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    • our soul, and in a sense is revealed to our soul as the world that we
    • become shining light. The moral organization of the world is revealed.
    • which I mean that we are souls and not scales — we become
    • wakefulness we are sensible of weight. I said we are not scales, we
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    • with the scales or the measuring rod or arithmetic. Colours cling, as
    • life and doings of earthly things, ascertaining them with the scales
    • if you read anthropologists today with an alert eye, alert for the
    • determined by scales and measuring-rod and arithmetic. All else has
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    • as e.g. with avarice, the man becomes pale; as also is the case in
    • Between paleness and greenness lies the healthy human colour with the
    • from outer phenomena and remain, as it were, sealed. This give the
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    • imagination, one sees elemental beings active in it. They are revealed
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    • history nothing more at bottom than the tale of the man who
    • fragments of information remain entirely concealed; they
    • often said that the earth is not merely a vale of woe to
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    • be healed.
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    • artist either. One who paints a pale face — assuming,
    • this, colour becomes the revealer of deep mysteries; a whole
    • have been to say to him: Do you know the fairy-tale of the
    • revealed to men originally from the wide expanse of his
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    • in miniature anything that is worked out on a large scale,
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    • is somewhat radically expressed, but the whole colour scale
    • revealed each day that passes, will work in such a way
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    • created within the pale of godless reality, which could satisfy
    • apprehending ideas, the latter remain an ever-sealed book. Here
    • and makes for the kernel — is that revealed to him, which
    • divine is enthroned. There all truth and all beauty is revealed
    • — though on the basis of what is already concealed within
    • ever remained concealed;’ or, in another passage: ‘He to whom
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    • exercise one's talent for setting aright what the speaker has
    • said! Exercise the talent for setting aright! In debate it is
    • German under the title: Anthroposophie. soziale Oreigliederung
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    • “Freundrl” [Austrian dialect for
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    • to enter for the Anthroposophical Society. I have appealed to
    • your hearts; I have appealed to the wisdom in you which your
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    • consecrated night of Christmas in ancient Palestine.
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    • representative of the group in Porto Alegre in Brazil, Dr
    • going in Porto Alegre. And connected with this, work is also
    • Porto Alegre I may also be permitted to send them from here
    • Alegre.
    • yourselves. They are for sale, so you can buy one and take it
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    • scale of Carnegie, but I am quite certain that the vanishing
    • sense — and once the discussion had revealed that the
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    • concrete can for once be revealed in an artistic manner.
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    • or I could say since the birth of Alexander.
    • over in Palestine. They knew of it solely through the
    • spiritual communication that existed between Palestine and
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    • shall not let loose a tirade of dialectics on the inadequacy
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    • Dreigliederung des Sozialen Organismus.]
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    • revealed to a visionary capacity none the less real to them for its
    • what was spiritually revealed to them.
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    • that every last vestige of what the spirit had revealed was made
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    • Hegel the historical development of these coalescing, corrupt
    • What is revealed to us through actual spiritual scientific
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    • Palestine. It has to be explained that there are no external,
    • Chronicle. We have often made known to you what has been revealed to
    • the secrets connected with the Events of Palestine; that it is
    • to satisfy our own understanding regarding the Events of Palestine,
    • concerning the Events of Palestine. All this shows that a new
    • spiritual investigator has revealed from spiritual worlds. We have
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    • given by us of the Event of Palestine great care has been taken that
    • Mark, it is seen that the four accounts of the event of Palestine
    • revealed to the senses, this when it deals with mankind is called
    • studies the human organisms as revealed by the instruments and
    • is itself the revealer of a world lying behind it, a world that can
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    • be revealed by spiritual science.
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    • were revealed to him. He could then look into the spiritual world. He
    • transferred to the outer world, it took place in Palestine. There it
    • in Palestine, and through the Mystery of Golgotha, they were aware
    • foretold by the Hebrew Prophets. For what occurred in Palestine as
    • Event of Palestine, so that you may discover through your feeling
    • development something is revealed to him which quite of himself he
    • Palestine. He describes astronomical occurrences when he says:
    • Palestine. We must realise this clearly if we are to enter into the
    • place in Palestine and on Golgotha. He who does not read the Gospel
    • events in Palestine refer.
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    • vision the sharp contrast is revealed that such a child who is really
    • revealed, in spite of so great a Being making use of such a child
    • what we are told in the Gospels are the events of Palestine and the
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    • fact nonsense, for the moment man exhales breath, the breath he had
    • revelations was a man and his etheric body therefore female,
    • female form.
    • shown in the fact that Eurydice, she through whom he revealed
    • under such circumstances as occurred in Palestine. It was not by
    • events came to pass which later led to the Events of Palestine.
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    • revealed by many of the expressions found in the Gospels, to show how
    • knowledge come? It comes from clairvoyance, for it is revealed to
    • is further revealed in the fact that if the secretions of the thyroid
    • revealed also in the smallest. The way in which a man descends into
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    • calendar. Just as an outer calendar is of importance in external
    • experienced through the events of Palestine by Jesus Christ, as a
    • fanciful tales by the greater part of humanity.
    • inward calendar in the souls of men.
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    • Event of Palestine. What this moment meant we know from many things
    • powerful factors of evolution which are revealed in such a way that
    • among some of them at least — who had made calendars of the
    • teaches that all man is to-day comes from the union of the male and
    • female elements at conception. It is not at all true that all the
    • characters of the two men are clearely revealed in what follows.
    • revealed through the fact that those who go through an occult
    • certain forces in a different element. Many things are then revealed
    • belief, blind belief is never appealed to here. In your intelligence,
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    • what is revealed to man through the spirit. Whether he works as an
    • their souls when they listened to such tales.
    • living now who heard such tales and accepted them with joy. And when
    • employing the Platonic image which was prevalent all over Central
    • of view when people think they can construct such tales as I have
    • the tales which have endured for so many centuries and called forth
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    • for the reason of it, we see that we have a concealed original wisdom,
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    • not the Christ who walked in Galilee and Jerusalem. The faith would be null
    • altar at which one was informed what the wisest men had explored and revealed
    • of Alexandria (150–~215), Church Father
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    • Which fairy tales are told in this
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    • on him watching a swinging lamp in the church, so that this natural law revealed
    • bales, so that it would have no pain if it fell. Then the child would never
    • the ingenious talent is nothing radically different from the usual human talent,
    • Have a look at a genius like Mozart. He showed already as a boy a talent which
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    • of the development of senses as well as in the scale of mental development.
    • those older brothers could lead the spiritual humankind in concealed mysteries.
    • it has revealed what hinders us. Above all we must learn to find the way in
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    • The spirit world is not sealed off –
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    • Then another way came with our calendar.
    • these prejudices came from. When in the first centuries of our calendar the
    • pagan world what God revealed to the Christian church. — However, it is
    • has led us again, and which shows us that the old fairy tales are expressions
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    • the higher development of the spiritual forces the higher spiritual is revealed
    • these fairy tales. This world wisdom has been announced in the most different
    • worlds. If the organs of perception concealed in the human being are got out
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    • first centuries tell that in the words of Origen, of Clement of Alexandria if
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    • born in Palestine. So you have to distinguish between them and Jeshu
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    • Himself. What he now revealed to them, the twelve called true
    • the thirteenth had revealed to them, in imaginations — for it
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    • Things which cause a certain inventive talent to expand nourish
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    • must make a clean sweep of that. If this attitude were not prevalent
    • happenings of a largely unconscious kind are revealed in dream life,
    • about the year 105 BC. there was living in Palestine a man still to
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    • sufficiently alert, would be conscious of such an event in their life.
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    • Think of a pair of scales. There must be only one fulcrum, for if
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    • justification for the very prevalent view that one whose life abounds
    • in Palestine was returning. And the birth of the child in these
    • revealed to the twelve seers who took the child entirely into their
    • present time, and it is only a question of being alert. The occurrence
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    • of the soul the riddle of death revealed itself to him, the
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    • the ancient Rishis. To them was revealed the intuition of beings of a
    • Age. The Bible hints at that in a concealed and profound way:
    • Easter mystery is only revealed in its fullness when taken together
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    • Male-female created he him; not yet sexually defined, asexual. And
    • a decidedly female character. Cain, on the other hand, means almost
    • male-female. Later on it was divided into a male and a female gender.
    • The male, the more material race, was represented in Cain, the
    • female, the more spiritual, in Abel-Seth. A differentiation has
    • became a man on the physical plane. That was the male characteristic.
    • too, is the same as the contrast between male and female. Female is
    • on the physical plane itself. That is the contrast between female and
    • male spirit. Here these two are fundamentally opposed to one
    • not only a physical being but is spiritually both male and female at
    • we can regard male and female simply as a symbol from now on — from
    • occurring in the human being. While man was still male-female, it was
    • The brain became male,
    • the deeper nature became female. Mankind
    • it is connected with the brain, is male and
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    • to be made by Hephaestus, the heavenly smith. This female statue was endowed
    • This female statue was Pandora. She was required to bring gifts to
    • course of the tale his strange deliverance is recounted. We are told
    • wisdom is revealed in it. This was actually recounted as a saga in Greece.
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    • Rosenkreutz himself had revealed certain deep secrets of the
    • Queen of Sheba, was visiting Jerusalem because she had heard of the
    • misunderstood, betrayed, killed. The secret may not yet be revealed.
    • It remains the possession of a few initiated Christians. It is sealed
    • humanity — every female character denotes the soul in esoteric
    • the casting is destroyed, but when the mysteries of fire are revealed
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    • discovered. It was sealed up and buried in a place known to only a
    • Grip and Word are revealed to him. The Word is the same as the Master
    • henceforth revealed to me within this Lodge. Should I betray any of
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    • even derided by the man in the street, they concealed it by means of
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    • in whom an individuality concealed itself which was
    • of the Philalethes [Searchers after Truth] out of a group of local
    • place as it is described there, but something on a much greater scale
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    • ARE INTERPRETED BY OCCULT SOCIETIES [THE ATOM AS CONGEALED ELECTRICITY]
    • connected in the Church Calendar with the Christmas Festival — most
    • the world in such a way that it is concealed in the cathedrals, in
    • too -that the atom is nothing else than congealed electricity.
    • button concealed in his pocket, to [explode] some object at a great
    • action. The ego must remain concealed within the deed. Elimination of
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    • this female principle similarly typifies the wisdom of the Middle
    • Ark of the Covenant lies concealed the Holy Name of Yahveh. However,
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    • about the partition of the [being that is both] male and female into
    • [beings that are either] only male or only female. Thus humanity took
    • happens here on a small scale within man happens also on a large
    • scale in the world at large. These world secrets were carried out in
    • this happened on a small scale in the initiation.
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    • and female incarnation [together] are occultly reckoned as one
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    • acknowledged as having been revealed in the culture of the outward
    • mind and outlook on life. Everything which is now revealed and
    • manifest, was once occult. Just as electricity is a revealed force
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    • at least until the late seventeenth century, any kind of female member was,
    • reason for the Freemasons having no female members ceases at some
    • opposition to the female world.
    • only then did male-female become male and female. On a spiritual
    • India had a male-female quality, and thereby, at the same time,
    • came about thus: in the beginning, before there was a separate male
    • and female sex, there was a twofold sexuality within each single
    • ample female breasts.
    • own, outwardly and physically resembled not the male but the female
    • in all perceptions and being — was female. Therefore at the beginning
    • towards the female. Only later did the male sex follow. Now we must
    • fertilising agent, or male seed, was also present. Woman contained
    • male principle within her, then we can conceive, with our ordinary
    • physical plane would fertilise the female nature? What worked in the
    • female [body] as a seed, was the male; and that was the spiritual,
    • wisdom. Wisdom worked in the female. Now the two differentiated
    • fertility — the ability of the female egg to fertilise itself —
    • within the one individual, ceased [to function]. The female egg lost
    • now dealing with a female which has become infertile and, above
    • masculinity. With the man, wisdom has a female character, with the
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    • with the female element. Until just recently, this rule has been
    • matter of war for the Freemasons, a war indeed against the female
    • spirit, a matter of sharp opposition to the female spirit as such.
    • there was [separate] male and female, the two were combined; so then
    • Race: Lemuria: division of physical evolution into two sexes, male and
    • female.
    • Race: Division of spiritual evolution into male and female spirit, into
    • when humanity was still [combined] male-female. Therefore, at that
    • into male and female. Which sex can best lay claim to the generative
    • power? It is the female. Therefore Zeus, who was worshipped as the
    • of] Greek mythology as having female breasts.
    • Zeus as a superhuman being, was nearer to the female sex. The female sex
    • its outward physical form, more towards the female. In this
    • spirit itself; and the fertilising of the female spirit by inspired
    • differentiation started in the transformation of the female's
    • had previously been female did not all subsequently take on the
    • female form. The female side — the capacity to produce human beings —
    • Spiritual nature, too, had similarly divided itself. In female
    • individuals the spirit acquired male character and colouring; in the
    • male the spirit had a female character. That is still the female
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    • particularly revealed how the Freemasons celebrated Black Mass. This
    • Taxil revealed that the entire contents of his books, including the
    • science proper, began with Thales. That is the time when it first
    • also encounter as the law of polarity in the forces of male and female.
    • priestly principle is expressed in masonic terminology as the female
    • is expressed by the female [principle]. On the other hand, the male
    • to deal: a female and a male stream. The Freemasons see Abel as
    • representing the female current, Cain, the male.
    • colours on the palette is meaningfully arrayed in a picture, so, in
    • in that work, which remain to be revealed.
    • Art has hitherto been a male art. Women were therefore excluded and
    • was seen as the female current; the Freemasons considered what came
    • principle, in the concept of uniting both male and female spiritual
    • therefore the admission of the female sex.
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    • revealed to us. They are not revealed to us in their true
    • process is similar to what happens on a small scale when a
    • tale of which I want to speak merely as an example.
    • Therefore I shall merely give a brief outline of the tale
    • As the tale was
    • tale that was written in the sixties of last century is
    • (which is the scene of the tale). He tells how at a certain
    • story (it is, as I say a ‘first person’ tale),
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    • me with a faint smile and was so pale and hollow-eyed
    • It contained a little case and a letter, both sealed. I
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    • which are dealt with in this tale. The one human being
    • described in the tale has, in this respect, been truly
    • The picture revealed
    • the spiritual life. I have spoken about the tale from which
    • because you saw from the tale yesterday how the death
    • revealed as his outer being; his inner being of soul is
    • and life of this soul is revealed in that the first time
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    • prevalent today, namely, that in very early youth and out
    • heart or his talent.”
    • her spiritual being confirmed what she revealed through the
    • the words themselves, revealed what lay hidden within that
    • revealed as a seed for the spiritual life after death. And
    • Could to seekers be revealed
    • Could to seekers be revealed
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    • alertness then there can be no progress. It is understandable
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    • said that things revealed through spiritual scientific research
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    • which is treated, in this case by a completely untalented
    • untalented creator. In this article you will find, I may say,
    • of the holy Magdalene or Christ, or whatever. If it doesn't
    • talents: Dessoir relates a very naive and quite beautiful
    • Wil Salewski, “The Goetheanum in Dornach near
    • world has acknowledged ... to us however God is revealed
    • important material is about to be revealed. — it is
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    • is the revealer of nature's secrets. The world is not fitted to
    • formation he grasped through this unexpressed talent for sculpture.
    • sculptured form. Yet someone who, like Goethe, holds back his talent
    • is thus connected with his latent talent for painting. He did not conduct
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    • He was so alert that he followed Swedenborgianism only in so far as
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    • abstract; it is a pale notion to our everyday consciousness and we do
    • consists in our being able to sense, to inhale, as it were, the inner
    • forth in our strengthened conscious awareness. We inhale the spiritual
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    • scales, units of measurement, are used in the physical world. It is a
    • element that is to be revealed. Instead, we begin to experience the
    • are revealed, man's soul perceives — and I have already described
    • Kernpunkte der sozialen Frage.
    • ourselves in such a wretched situation on the widest scale, for the
    • Kernpunkte der sozialen Frage.
    • Die Kernpunkte der socialen Frage in den Lebensnotwendigkciten
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    • thinking. This expression can easily be revealed as
    • tomes, what Basilius Valentinus or some or other person
    • unconcealed manner where hidden aspects let hostility rise
    • contemporaries are revealed. We repeatedly experience that when
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    • Ernst Renan regarded the cities of Palestine with his physical
    • Jerusalem. Galilee, on the other hand, was a green, shady,
    • Christianity has become in this manner a delightful pastorale.
    • Alexandria and put them into the mouth of the Savior, who said
    • form wandered under the palms of Palestine preaching human love
    • believed themselves to be healed by Him. It is a well-known
    • attractive male whom they proceed to make the center of a cult.
    • relative positions of the heavenly bodies revealed to them the
    • themselves will be directly revealed in human affairs on the
    • ability to read what is revealed through the wonderful
    • that ought to be revealed in this age in order to enrich the
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    • turns pale because of fear. What has happened there? On the
    • about the concealed worlds of this spiritual science. At first,
    • This spirit world is not sealed off;
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    • concealed technology. A great and really heroic idea which
    • Fairy Tale
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • tale at first, because it is not possible to speak about it
    • talk on this fairy tale that one said to me: “I do not
    • know that in Goethe's works is a fairy tale.” Therefore,
    • Then come the most important words of the fairy tale: “I
    • fairy tale. Many people have also tried to interpret this or
    • of the solution of the fairy tale is contained in the fairy
    • tale itself. So one is allowed to search for the solution of
    • the fairy tale only in the fairy tale itself, and it will be
    • contained in the fairy tale, even if in a peculiar way. The
    • pug to them. Then a very important feature of the fairy tale
    • the fairy tale: they are riddles! At first we can only feel a
    • little of that which lives in this fairy tale. However, if we
    • the fairy tale.
    • was inspired to write his fairy tale by that which Schiller
    • human being. Goethe pronounces the same in the fairy tale in
    • the single soul forces in the figures of his fairy tale. Goethe
    • answered to Schiller's question in his fairy tale, and we see
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • fairy tales or poetic works. Because I know that one held over
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • objection to such an explanation of Goethe's fairy tale would
    • this or that. I would like to interpret the fairy tale not in
    • ideal contents of the fairy tale in the same sense as that
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • his fairy tale shows us this in the most remarkable sense.
    • tale.
    • to know in the fairy tale is nothing else than the
    • tale. Remember that in the subterranean temple in which the
    • the fact that the things coalesce in him with the beings of the
    • figure. Thus, he created the process of the fairy tale that is
    • fairy tale, to characterise any figure, then I would have to
    • speak about this fairy tale not for three hours but for three
    • tale. However, every trait points us to Goethe's imagination
    • would say, the temple is something concealed, it is beneath the
    • what way was this attained in the fairy tale? By fulfilling the
    • secret of the fairy tale. Schiller says, you can read the
    • solution of the fairy tale in the fairy tale itself. However,
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    • the story in Palestine. However, the John Gospel originated
    • became flesh; it walked around in Palestine in the beginning of
    • our calendar. — The writer of the John Gospel applies the
    • calendar. They added mythical and legendary aspects. Assume
    • is right that something took place in Palestine that one has to
    • be cancelled. One has to investigate an event in Palestine like
    • suffered, and died in Palestine, I have seen Him living.
    • forgets not only the original facts in Palestine not only that
    • this was revealed for the first time. The same God once lived
    • Jacob was concealed to the physical world. He ordered the world
    • glory is to be revealed and the Son of God is glorified”
    • revealed to the senses.”
    • revealed, and could reveal the Son of God. Christ Jesus created
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • inhales oxygen and exhales carbonic acid. The plant can absorb
    • Another picture: somebody has a balance with two scale pans.
    • is why the talents of certain peoples who prefer plant foods
    • the fellow men. The healers who want to have a curative effect
    • need both on the macro cosmic and on the microcosmic scale.
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    • we look at this on a large scale, we also understand that it
    • taste of the dish remains concealed to him. This objection is
    • created. Hence, our organism is healed not with petty means,
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    • soul seems to be great and to have many talents from the start.
    • pupil should learn after his talents where it should not be a
    • large-scale industry and the like sweep away the small trade
    • This went well up to the time when the large-scale industry
    • railways recognises the talents of the young man and one day he
    • their way lacking any talent and only to their personal
    • talents and abilities that these are caused in former lives. By
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    • develop the qualities, the talents that enable us to become
    • wear out our talents, they take vitality from us. The things,
    • create vitality, new talents and they go into the subtlest
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • we acquire the talent, the habit of playing is in the etheric
    • nature has stopped. If you allow the whole scale of sensations
    • as it is enough if anybody says, the concealed secret must be
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    • know this human being as he faces us in life as the coalescence
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • It was in August 1831, when Goethe sealed a
    • devised the publication of the sealed treasure. For this parcel
    • Paracelsus, Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus, unidentified
    • with the talent to have the sharpest concepts about the world,
    • higher secrets of existence, the concealed side of existence,
    • folk tales. “He laid the Holy Scripture behind the door
    • to Goethe, everything that appealed — as with Merck and
    • where deep wonders of his heart have been revealed. There he
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • Thales (~624–~546 BC).
    • of love comes. Eros completes the whole. Thales advises:
    • Faust where like scales the covers of the human personal egoism
    • however, sealed to those
    • such knowledge that is not abstract, not a coalescence with the
    • that the “eternally female” (“woman,
    • connected with the female in the sensory world. The eternally
    • female is that soul force which can be fertilised from the
    • fertilised there, the eternally female is in any human being,
    • this development of the eternally female to the spiritual
    • eternally female force to the spiritual world.
    • The eternally female
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    • remained concealed to Nietzsche; therefore, he could not find
    • only a vale of tears, which one should leave? No, the earth was
    • what lies in its concealed deepness and what should be brought
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    • human soul as the eternally-female that draws us up to the
    • is to Osiris equivalent to death. It is shown here in a wider
    • eternally female that lives in us and draws us up to that realm
    • number three represents the divine-male in the universe. The
    • of the male in the world. Behind the sensuous Isis her
    • fertilised by her kind, but by the divine-male, which works in
    • This is shown with Isis. She is fertilised by the divine-male,
    • eternally female longs devotedly for the divine father's spirit
    • mysticus with the words: “The eternally-female draws us
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    • are the legends and myths and the fairy tales.
    • inhales the spirit of the ego with the air, he has built his
    • my ego. — Roared the wind outdoors, which he inhaled,
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    • natural clairvoyant talent, but the big uniform legends, which
    • is hidden today. As a concealed part of the visible human
    • behind the clouds the concealed spiritual beings
    • the mysteries, which I have now described to you, in Wales and
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    • but mere scale
    • aleph. The sound as such had a name then; the sound was something real.
    • or aleph — as, for instance, when we say Alp, Alpen — Alp,
    • say alpha or aleph.
    • If the alpha or aleph
    • ah. And how do we experience ah? A snail could neither be an aleph,
    • nor yet an alpha. But a fish could be an alpha, an aleph. Why? Because
    • for the development of such a being as an aleph. It is from the spine
    • which constitutes an alpha or aleph. Then you could roughly experience
    • has really to feel the alpha, the aleph, inside. He has to feel that
    • dialect die Hand can begin at the shoulder; consequently it
    • [Hand is probably Austrian dialect for ‘arm’.
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    • turn quite pale, for my blood runs cold at this quite impossible sight
    • the fourth is expressed and revealed.
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    • middle notes (any note will do) and try while going up the scale to
    • for the human being is a musical scale. [22]
    • to draw out the scale from the main vowels, most interesting things
    • F to ö (‘ir’) (English equivalent
    • A to ü (‘eu’) (English equivalent
    • correspondence between the scale and the main vowels, purely according
    • the scale; if the sounds are articulated properly they do approximate
    • to the scale. The movements of eurythmy bring this about of themselves.
    • between the scale and the formation of the sounds of speech. And when
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    • It is the etheric human being which is revealed in rhythm.
    • element, then the astral being of man is revealed. When you are active
    • lecture I indicated the hidden parallel between the scale and the vowels,
    • yesterday of the correspondence of the vowel sounds, with the scale.
    • I always write the scale thus (naturally any note can be written on
    • the scale starts. Of course, the matter is not dependent on this way
    • that here someone asserts himself. Certain German dialects even use
    • year I myself spoke in dialect: ‘Na, nit du, i!’ [‘No, not
    • German dialects, for instance, the final l is always pronounced
    • i. When speaking dialect ‘Dörfl’
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    • eurythmy may be revealed. In spite of this, it cannot be denied that
    • each individual key [35] will be revealed, for you will be obliged to
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    • Austrian dialect for ‘arms’. Translator's note], and the right or left
    • bone of the forearm [radius] the minor third. The way the scale is active
    • the scale.
    • through the collar-bone, is precisely the scale itself.
    • notes of the scale are played, or shown in eurythmy, you will undoubtedly
    • feel them as a progression. Play the scale up to the fourth: prime,
    • distinctly notice at the same time a spreading out; the whole scale
    • there the entire musical image of the first stages of the scale. When
    • the scale widens out (from the fourth onwards), everything is indeed
    • scale, you can develop considerable powers of expression, especially
    • and possibilities of expression will be revealed — but only if you base
    • incorporated just as I have indicated today for the scale, the audience
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    • feeling. The scale is the human being, but actually the human being
    • as he encloses his chest, or in so far as his chest is able to be revealed
    • we could well answer that this would be equivalent in real speech eurythmy
    • is revealed in its onward progression. Here you actually pass out of
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    • These things are not fairy tales. I chose
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    • out of a magic package the surprises some kindly merchant has concealed
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    • Joseph and Mary Magdalene wear quite different garments. One wears a
    • red mantle. Mary Magdalene is often portrayed in a yellow garment by
    • of nuances of consciousness; we could set up a whole scale of them.
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    • when the concept devil fell by the wayside, and the godless female could
    • is the part the past played in it. The concept of necessity must coalesce
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    • Half-unsealed the sense and brain,
    • likened to that of whales, a going-to-sleep and reawakening, dependent
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    • alert observers of life are perfectly aware that nobody resembles any
    • would be no talents, no being born with special gifts. People would
    • coalesce, like two merging rivers. But they are then given proper direction
    • world with special talents, this is due not only to the possibility
    • talents.
    • we realize that there has to be a continuous development of talents
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    • the material world as ensouled throughout. Thales, who like other
    • our earth as a gigantic animal whose “whale-like respiration,
    • be keen and alert enough to do so. All kinds of things can render life
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    • The spiritual world is for the human being a concealed world at
    • tools are. Since I tell no fairy tales but something that the
    • world, and that these pale recollections of the spiritual must
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    • the course of the human development as it is revealed in
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    • region, and you inhale as it were all those spiritual forces,
    • these or those talents go back to former lives and he beholds
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    • calendar until the second and third millennia the human souls,
    • calendar.
    • mythologies of the nations, even in the real fairy tales until
    • figures growing paler and paler, and the human beings are left
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    • things combine with the rebirth of the human being: the male,
    • the female, and the spiritual. One can say that long before the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • must realise that this everlasting must remain concealed in the
    • from Thales and Anaxagoras, from Proteus also, how he could get
    • talent.
    • Homunculus the leader of the Jews immigrating to Palestine in
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    • confirmed to me by facts what can be revealed, so to speak, by
    • have enough. Beside their plate are scales and now they weigh
    • where one has to inhale something spiritual to make the soul
    • inhale not only the breathing air vividly, but transforms it
    • possible fairy tales are put in the world. For example, in the
    • newest fairy tale that was put to me on the table you can read
    • Another fairy tale tells that because of
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    • coefficients in other combinations of talents. For example,
    • revealed in the change of teeth does not just happen in the
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    • one looks at how love is revealed in later life, even in a very
    • find that an individual's destiny already begins to be revealed
    • prevalent in our present civilization, with a markedly Bohemian
    • connected with the kind of writing and reading prevalent in our
    • female organism, but in a different way, not in the larynx. It
    • seven and fourteen years — we have not appealed strongly
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    • through what is revealed to our individual insights. In this
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    • refers to someone engaged as a practical healer, and not just
    • perspective, the teacher is as much of a healer as a doctor.
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    • Realgymnasium) is the high school equivalent in Germany
    • What is finally revealed as genuine piety, when seen with
    • reproduce these on a small scale with their own hands so they
    • healers who give medical treatment in places where this is not
    • lay knowledge in medicine. Now one of these healers may find,
    • to normality. And according to such a lay healer, the patient
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    • we were unable to do, even on a smaller scale, what had been
  • Title: Colour and the Human Races: Lecture I: The Nature of Color
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    • and one can understand paleness from the perpetual intake of
    • to go into my head. That makes me quite pale.
    • children are almost all pale. But one must understand that that
    • Thus in such a pale child you have all the carbon in him
    • continuously changed into carbonic acid. So he becomes pale.
    • If I therefore bring a pale person into a
    • already become pale and dim. But the whole of mankind today is
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    • in every shop, found on every corner, who are revealed in this
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    • spiritual realms, which comprise his talents, which comprises
    • that which with his talents he can learn, which are very much
    • the truth which really is revealed to the unprejudiced observer
    • male and female gender in the world, this does happen more or
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • absorb much for a certain autopsy of life. Much will be revealed by
    • revealed, and to the ancient time-feeling the oneness of the Divine,
    • so must one of the loftiest world-mysteries be revealed to the humanity
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    • an extensive protection for the sale of their goods. Hence they are
    • is, if new facts which concern the world are continually revealed out
    • truths which are revealed to the world from time to time it will naturally
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    • that sleep is an important Healer, and that unhealthy sleep may be
    • period. The time had not arrived when the talents then acquired by the
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    • lead humanity to its spiritual home, and which is revealed in the soul.
    • are not only aware of what is revealed to their senses, but also have
    • even as our physical health is refreshed when we inhale the fresh
    • make it our own because it is truth revealed to us from spiritual
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    • the outcry, the fury, of the enraged multitudes of Jerusalem at the
    • our minds the fact that the High Court of Jerusalem for its own sake
    • purpose. What lies in this? Surely this, that in those who in Jerusalem
    • through the power of the elements the Divine Will revealed itself to
    • also, but for them He was there only in the Mysteries. He revealed
    • of the soul of man had set in, that the Divine could be revealed
    • is first revealed to the soul of the Earth-man between birth and death
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    • dying body. The diseased body concealed this so long as the soul dwelt
    • her Karma possessed a special talent for beauty and art. Even though it
    • that this soul, owing to her talent for the beautiful, was able to give
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    • think of this one example: Christ on the Cross between two malefactors.
    • The malefactor on the left hand mocks at Christ: ‘If Thou wilt be
    • God, help Thyself and us.’ The malefactor on the right held that
    • innocent, and had yet to experience the same fate. The malefactor on
    • question: If this malefactor on the right has to wash away what he has
    • in Paradise?’ It may appear that the malefactor on the right will
    • Why is there a difference made by Christ between the malefactor on the
    • malefactor on the left believes that in the Christ merely an earthly
    • malefactor on the right, ‘Thy kingdom, O Christ, is another;
    • malefactor on the right shows that he has a dim idea of the fact that
    • right-hand malefactor will have to make compensation for his guilt even
    • malefactor on the left? He does not utter it, but in the fact that He
    • does not utter it lies the essence. He says to the malefactor on the
    • malefactor on the right He says: ‘To-day shalt thou be with Me in
    • soul of the malefactor on the right received a dim idea of a
    • The connection with Christ is necessary, and this malefactor on the
    • that Society the irresponsible untruth of the Jesuit fairy-tale.
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    • exhaled it is dead air; as exhaled air, it cannot be inhaled again, for
    • exhaled air is harmful. I only indicate this in order that you may
    • pulsating through the universe, revealed to those who were to be
    • incarnations coalesce. Let us take one incarnation: certain relics or
    • are permeated with Christ, they coalesce — compress what is
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    • Testament said in his heart: The capacities and talents that differentiate
    • impulses. Jahve, active from the spiritual world, transforms his talents;
    • evolution of world history for the salvation of mankind. The talent
    • do this if he knows that all natural gifts, capacities, talents, even
    • by a physical body permeated by blood. We have our talents through heredity.
    • that our different talents achieve must be brought to the altar of this
    • third element which Christ the Healer brings with His continuous revelations
    • is revealed to us today from the spirit as a continuation of the thought
    • is not just a phrase, it is truth. Christ has not only revealed Himself
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    • This is another fact revealed
    • certain leitmotivs; but its truth will only be fully revealed when we
    • all revealed through supersensible knowledge; and as the revelations
    • Creators of old, the Spirits of Form, were active; they revealed themselves
    • who are revealed to one who stands within the modern life of spirit:
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    • inner eye, the microcosmic element revealed in the inner eye. It is
    • where more of the universal nature of man is revealed.
    • no longer be erected, because the correct way is only revealed in a
    • in space, as they are revealed in reality when the human being leaves
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    • laws revealed in the plant kingdom.
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    • to avoid certain things prevalent in the Theosophical Society when I
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    • of the prevalence of certain instincts in our Society. The only acceptable
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    • if such things continue to happen on a large scale, people will mistakenly
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    • were not for this psychological factor, an ambivalence like this could
    • character precisely to its unconscious opponent, the concealed and
    • male individual in the form of a forbidden relationship to his mother.
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    • concealed in the physical body. It conceals something that is actually
    • Thus, within the revealed physical body, inner character and inner essentiality
    • are concealed. In a sense, we can actually perceive only a quarter of
    • our physical body. The other three quarters are concealed behind the
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    • Galen, Avicenna and others only and removed from the book that
    • to my kingdom. Follow me, you Galen, Avicenna
    • Paracelsus had stipulated a fee of hundred thalers if he cured
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    • brought a certain kind of religion into the ancient Palestinian
    • religious or prophet schools within Palestine that one can call
    • perpetual contemplation to the God who had revealed himself to
    • worthy to face the God who had revealed himself to him. Again,
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    • beginning of the Christian calendar have led to no real result.
    • one proves the existence of Aristotle or Socrates or Alexander
    • Palestine, the big progress which gradually took place maybe in
    • Palestine has a deep, causal significance for the whole
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    • with Thales five to six centuries before the Christian calendar
    • philosophy beyond Thales. This can happen only if one has no
    • Christian calendar than we live today after its beginning. One
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    • our Christian calendar.
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    • fairy tale; this is a fact that shows that the big facts have
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    • grow pale, and in the hidden depths of the soul, they are
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    • produce a picture ready for sale in about a month's time — is it not
    • the sale of his picture.
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    • sound or unsound, whether it should be furthered of healed. Indeed,
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    • nobody that there is a whale fish as the whale fish can be
    • simply to the spiritual and says, the special talents always
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    • with it: it is a dogma for him who has never seen a whale fish.
    • revealed themselves to us: there are still more things under
    • infinite may be revealed. This fills our soul with sensations
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    • predisposition, talent, and education in a new light, in
    • things trivially — some people have already the talent to
    • predisposition. If I tell a fairy tale, so that it stimulates
    • activity of the mind as well as talents and abilities that one
    • the mother of Alexander and the mother of the Gracchi brothers
    • she/he has the forces and talents and the bodily-mental
    • There we realise how the talent of the human being develops in
    • shapes the abilities and talents plastically. If we become
    • being what is determining for all his talents and abilities, as
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    • according to the talents, the temperaments of the single
    • female figures which the soul can develop as higher knowledge
    • his Faust of the “eternally-female.” Thus,
    • the influence of his clairvoyant talent. He did not feel such
    • fire that he did not burn. There the world spirit revealed
    • what revealed itself to Moses first by clairvoyant cognition
    • world spirit revealed itself to him that Moses said to himself:
    • fact of the development of humanity is concealed behind the
    • whether he has to lead his people to Palestine really. This
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    • scale soul experiences of cosmic kind belong to the movements
    • the law of the mechanical heat equivalent as well as of the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • way. Assume that Graham Bell (Alexander G.B., 1847-1922) would
    • However, the common father was neither equivalent to the one
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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    • process: the animal inhales oxygen, the plant exhales oxygen.
    • was a completely different matter when Alexander the Great
    • guide the destiny of the human race in the large scale knew
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    • wanted to deduce the minor talent of the woman from the lower
    • weight of the female brain some time ago. It is no fable: the
    • matter as well, says that the characteristic of the female soul
    • peoples where the woman participates in the male workings most
    • shows the question of women's rights from the male and female
    • decidedly male civilisation. The machine age is a product of
    • the male civilisation, and simply the way of this civilisation
    • life what the female mind can perform concerning a higher
    • anything everlasting, anything concealed may be embodied, then
    • seven colours and the scale has seven tones. So the human being
    • lives among us presents itself with female qualities, and the
    • etheric body of the woman with male qualities. Plenty of facts
    • is of the female nature, and just that which we have discussed
    • as dependent on the etheric body has more female nature with
    • the man and more male nature with the woman. Hence, one can
    • magnet has two poles. It forms a male part and a female part,
    • body. Hence, the woman shows apparently male traits connected
    • shows rather female traits sometimes. However, with reference
    • concealed one, the spiritual one. Somebody is only an entire
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    • you pale-faces, you do not understand what the Great Spirit
    • teaches us. This comes from the fact that you pale-faces read
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    • the god who revealed himself to the inside, now it was the god
    • and darkness or of male and female. They represent the original
    • existence and which works today as a concealed primal ground of
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    • the first days. Nobody was allowed to buy wholesale or to be an
    • see that we develop our talents, best of all, if we live in
    • our talents should appear. Nevertheless, these talents are
    • It is true: a talent forms in the silence —, however, it
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    • his inside speak and the highest truth is revealed. —
    • evil, which were concealed to him before, lie in wait of
    • carried out it, this dream would just have revealed the truth.
    • then we also see the inside, the concealed essence of the
    • such a way that any member belongs in certain but concealed way
    • concealed now and must only be got out. Today, most human
    • talents. However, if one teaches him the usual profane
    • concealed in him.
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    • Egypt, thousands and thousands years before our calendar, if
    • again many years before our calendar, everywhere you find this
    • is revealed in the heavens today. — This is the true
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    • ask you not to tip the scales at the word “quasi”
    • concealed material forces. As well as flash and thunder
    • slumbered, a lot of concealed forces slumber in the visible as
    • in Palestine in the year 33.
    • Palestine is a fact of deep symbolism and at the same time
    • Christianity. If one speaks of the fact that in Palestine the
    • the other religious founders said, living concealed to the rest
    • became visible because of the event in Palestine.
    • That wisdom which was won by the concealed life of the initiate
    • arises. You know that Thales (~624-~547 B.C.) was the first
    • Palestine in 33 was the bulwark to preserve the everlasting,
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    • happy existence full of joy; he has talents and abilities so
    • Schiller's abilities and talents from the surroundings just as
    • speech Christ. In the female nature, it is somewhat different.
    • These are the so-called occult differences between the male and
    • the female figures, not between the essence of man and
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    • both powers — revealed wisdom and science gained by the
    • virtue by evoking inner, concealed forces in the human being.
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    • in all secret doctrines as the female principle, as the soul.
    • shown as the male principle. We have there the female soul that
    • figuratively spoken, to the higher female principle in his
    • nature. Goethe means that saying: “The eternally-female
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    • concealed, consequently also the thing in our breast. We do not
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    • to approach a female figure to which one penetrates only
    • the gods quite significant ancient views are concealed which
    • basis, one imagined the soul as something female, thus, for
    • example, Goethe as the “eternally-female,” the soul
    • fertilised by it. The universe, however, is male if one looks
    • remain quite concealed as such. Even if one did not imprison
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    • in Wales. With it, we immediately recognise that there was
    • who lived concealed in Wales. Around him were his knights who
    • knighthood that moved to Wales with the spiritual knighthood in
    • in the deepest inside, in the concealed sanctum of the soul.
    • mysticism this stage is symbolised by a female personality.
    • his Faust of the fact that the everlasting-female draws
    • general, the soul is shown as female and that which surrounds
    • the human being from without as male. The striving soul is
    • always shown as female.
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    • strictly prescribed way, he has to inhale, to hold his breath,
    • and to exhale. If the human being regulates his breathing from
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    • medicine in himself. However, the Roman doctor Galenus worked
    • these old principles, and if one reads Galenus externally, one
    • such a way against Galenus and taking the older medicine under
    • that way, however, it is not in such a way. For Galenus
    • spiritual view. The pupils of Galenus already understood by
    • Avicenna (~980-1037, Persian polymath), Galenus, Rasis
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    • with the concealed wisdom. He expresses himself even lovelier
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    • paper to write down what was revealed to him. Something was in
    • like a concealed force. What one sees as fire originating from
    • sulphur contains the fire in itself concealed as the body
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    • about the great talent that went into the improvement;
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    • faculties and talents. As we shall see directly the
    • individual talents, thus the whole field of education and
    • individual talents, individual faculties, leads into the
    • individual talents, that is, with respect to what in the
    • individual talents and abilities (if one has any
    • individual talents, which belong to our inner nature.
    • individual talents, out of the individual talents of all
    • muscular system and his individual talents. For one who
    • all human individual talents, either spiritual or manual,
    • everything that comes from man's individual talents to
    • is this threefold being. He cultivates talents in himself
    • talents that ne brings with him at birth. As man in his
    • the individual talents that man brings into individual
    • talents of the social organism. And as man's metabolic
    • organism are its capacities, its talents. A comparison of
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    • was himself. There is the tale, and you will be able to
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    • qualities changes over to the germ, also from the female part,
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    • be appealed to in a way to make them see that facts are speaking to
    • took has revealed this in a tragic way. Until the very outbreak of hostilities
    • one would like to see accepted. Prevalent forces press towards recognition
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    • we place the now prevalent one-sidedness that consists in handing over
    • the world, develop themselves. And because Karl Marx' thoughts appealed
    • If mankind is to be healed, this is possible only by spiritual means,
    • the right light, and then a quite different shade of meaning is revealed.
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    • to imitate nature, the model takes on an expression as if he had catalepsy.
    • economic ordering in Palestine. From that we shall see why Jesus made
    • to the social organism an appropriate equivalent.
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    • into the difference between all the prevalent ruling abstractions and
    • it leads to the sale to the employer of his labour power as a commodity.
    • be for sale. When a man sells his labour power the whole man is sold.
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    • goods he produces. Here, clearly revealed, we have the unreality of
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    • present time, are certainly both prevalent and predominant. But here,
    • into carbonic acid. Then why should we first inhale it? For it only
    • they despised this earthly vale of tears. This scorn is a feeling that
    • Assembly, is now sought to be realised on a large scale with this super-State?
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    • peculiarly wise in examining the talents and predispositions of
    • answers to my talents and predispositions from a child. Of the
    • talents. I think, from your own observations of life, you will
    • to another. The male and female are necessary for the
    • needed for negative, and male for female, so, too, an opposite
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    • are introduced. It is the kind of situation that is prevalent everywhere.
    • of superficiality, prevalent though it already is, will undoubtedly
    • atoms are revealed as bubbles and the reality is where the empty space
    • Lucifer is placed on one side of the scales and Ahriman on the opposite
    • the number of breaths inhaled in one day we arrive at a number which
    • socialen Korpers”
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    • During this conversation it was revealed to me how this man had related
    • powers that are revealed to my inner sight? How can it become possible
    • Thus it was revealed to me what Herman Joachim consciously felt and
    • he revealed himself as a man who was able to follow with far-reaching
    • me how he is taking hold of this task now. His death is revealed
    • a soul strong and powerful. Moreover in her case life revealed to her
    • can influence a talented and significant personality of our time.
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    • that of the Heidelburg school. He then went on to discuss Alexandrine
    • a pale face which he would support with a thin white hand, his sad brown
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    • so that spiritual science would shake souls awake and make them alert
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    • but from mental pictures. Such things are rather prevalent; in this
    • was that revealed itself through him in this particular incarnation.
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    • possibly bring Schiller's aesthetic letters, Goethe's Fairy Tale
    • could not be healed because he was too undernourished. And so he died.
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    • Valentin Andrae wrote The Chymical Wedding of Christian
    • to 1617 Valentin Andrae wrote other works in which he expresses the
    • time: the movement Valentin Andrae wanted, and the Thirty Years' War,
    • War made impossible the movement which Johann Valentin Andrae wanted
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    • Alexander the Great dealt with it in this way when he spread
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    • only becomes evident in people who have a special talent for
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    • large scale. But they are not being felt in an honest way.
    • of life. If one's soul forces are constantly alert one will be
    • is unsealed and a horse appears, a white horse. The second
    • letter is unsealed and a red horse appears, but it's a horse.
    • The third letter is unsealed and a black horse appears, but
    • it's a horse. The fourth letter is unsealed and a pale horse
    • fifth letter is unsealed and no horse appears; there is no
    • walls and so plants remain pale or even white; but how do rocks
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    • that countless secrets are revealed to one.
    • were healed behind the scenes not in an outwardly manifest way
    • but mostly within. Namely, much was healed in connection with
    • of being ruined; a great deal was healed in this way. But in
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    • Golgotha during the time of Alexander and was then relieved by
    • end of Alexander's reign. One could say that Michael is now on
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    • the marvelous knowledge which is revealed through the
    • looked upon Jerusalem, the very concrete Jerusalem, as the
    • teaching looked upon the destruction of Jerusalem after the
    • When Jerusalem became great all the substances and materials
    • not taken place, Jerusalem would have been destroyed anyway.
    • laid into what was destined to be destroyed in Jerusalem.
    • Mother earth dies in Jerusalem. Daughter earth is expectant or
    • ingredients as in the old Jerusalem which stands there as the
    • a spiritual pole of the old Jerusalem. One will no longer be
    • like the old Jerusalem from the earth's ingredients. Another
    • the new Jerusalem. The old Jerusalem was made out of the earth
    • and its substances: the new Jerusalem is made out of spiritual
    • — he inhales it. This is coarser than the way that man
    • until Jerusalem was destroyed. A surplus of what comes from
    • Jerusalem has already begun, has begun since the Mystery of
    • body in the way that I explained. The old Jerusalem was built
    • from below upwards, the new Jerusalem will really be built from
    • becomes concentrated in the old Jerusalem. This came to an end.
    • Jerusalem and he saw the approach of the human-being city, the
    • new Jerusalem from above, from the spiritual worlds.
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    • we have the magnificent concluding picture of the new Jerusalem
    • spiritual ingredients for the building up of the new Jerusalem
    • just think that this Revealer approaches John showing him in a
    • concealed by the fact that men are continuing to live in their
    • the new Jerusalem in the theology which he supports; for he
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    • However, this sun spirit which we must look upon as a male
    • the priests who saw the Christ as a male being in the sun after
    • his birth in the middle of the Atlantean period saw a female
    • One could see how the female sun gave birth to something that
    • was male — to her son. Now what does this mean for the
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    • equivalent might be “substancelynesses”) which are breaking
    • to become a tale the people wanted to accept and have it with their
    • just look how in the Heliand, in that poetic tale which was created
    • after the age of Charlemagne, how there were woven-in the tales of the
    • picturing of biblical tales, of the biblical history. Only in the three
    • in Cologne, who had such high talents, has created, appears to us like
    • Saint's Travel on the Sea. (A part of the Magdalen Altar in Tiefenbronn.
    • This is how a St. Zedonius looks, or a St. Magdalen, this is how a St.
    • was to create tales. That is how things swam into each other, they battle
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    • If we wanted to present the tale of these two riddles nowadays, we would
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    • clearly in one of the most notable pictures — one by Montreale.
    • process that I mentioned. There arose in Rome the talent for founding
    • world dominion, the special talent that in ancient times — before
    • into Jerusalem, which I have again selected with the intention of bringing
    • 18. Giotto. The Entry into Jerusalem. (Padua,
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    • but in a form which at first concealed its real
    • lived the God who had been revealed to Atlantean
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    • Abraham with Melchisedek, or Malek-Zadek as it has become
    • profundities of the Sun-Mystery had to be revealed to
    • Melchisedek, king of Salem, this ‘priest of the
    • revealed in the Mysteries when clairvoyant vision was
    • short time, therefore, after the events in Palestine. But
    • from the actual happenings in Palestine; the outer
    • influence worked. During the reign of King Alexander
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    • Gospel. Now Zarathustra himself led them to Palestine and
    • Zarathustra moving towards Palestine that guided the Magi
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    • in Palestine, a particular branch of Essenism being
    • spoken out of the boy who had been brought to Jerusalem
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    • were alert and readily attracted by the external world;
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    • witness the Christ Event in Palestine observed the
    • times the riches of the spiritual world were revealed to
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    • healers who worked upon the body by way of the soul. They
    • ‘healers’. As a matter of fact, not only the
    • would have to be called healers. Moreover in a certain
    • dialect current in Asia Minor among those associated with
    • healer’. ‘Jesus’ expresses
    • become healers. Supposing that such a man had become a
    • become healers of the soul who had received spiritual
    • now been among us One who was a healer while maintaining
    • spiritual healer narrated in the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • wonderful about such men being spiritual healers? It is
    • was not formerly possible — had actually healed the
    • power, He brings down to us everything revealed by
    • was revealed to the disciples in one way by day and in
    • through the presence of Christ Jesus in Palestine,
    • characteristics of the spiritual world revealed to
    • who formerly could only be revealed to men's vision as
    • reveals Himself in etheric form as He revealed Himself to
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    • Nathan Jesus were then ale to mature and in his thirtieth
    • mysterious Word concealed behind the Sun. The legend is
    • Aura was revealed to hi, because Ahura Mazdao resounded
    • clearly indicated in the Gospel story. Mary Magdalene,
    • happenings in Palestine, the eyes of the disciples were
    • will be revealed when the time comes for us to study the
    • revealed to us we are rescued from the abyss that seems
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    • talent, a predisposition entirely different from that of the
    • In earlier times at least, the talent of
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    • become very pale and thin, they were still ladies:
    • grammatica, rhetorica, dialectica.
    • dialectica, the lady arithmetica, the lady
    • those who had grown into the thin and pale ladies, after grammar,
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    • sciences of grammar, rhetoric, dialectic, and so forth had become
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • [Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Fairy TaleNote 8]
    • In all the figures in this fairy tale we are to see powers of the
    • got no further than the fairy tale, a picture, a kind of higher
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • soul life in his fairy tale he was only able to achieve an
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • in this fairy tale to work on you and you will feel a wonderful
    • beauty. Actually, the rest of the fairy tale's contents also have a
    • tendency to become plantlike. The central female figure, upon
    • in the fairy tale, actually they all lead a kind of plant existence.
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    • healer? If Christ had not appeared as the healer, then when human
    • earth we have healed the physical body to the extent that it can be
    • to be healed for the sake of the earth. For in order to become an I
    • through his dwelling in Jesus of Nazareth, has healed this physical
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    • the German equivalent of the exclamation ah!). Ach signifies:
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    • Humanity needed healing, and those who knew were expecting the healer
    • as the world physician, as the great healer, only then will we be
    • revealed.
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    • wonderfully intimate way in Greek tales. You are always told of a
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    • you wherefore the ancient peoples brought fairy tale and legend
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    • wisdom lies in the most bloodthirsty fairy tales. Our inner
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    • discover the potentialities and talents of these children
    • Nietzsche which was revealed to him as though by inspiration,
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    • Upon his scales for sin;
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    • Thus speaks the tongue of the scales,
    • Thus speaks the tongue of the scales,
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    • relates to the body. Not only that there the oddest fairy tales
    • wants to eradicate fairy tales and superstition from the outer
    • former times. That fairy tale also belongs to it that the
    • tale, one would not like to talk at all, because what is meant
    • large scale.
    • it is if on a large-scale forces form our organism on a large
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    • anthroposophy reckons that today on a much bigger scale than it
    • that what one can call spiritualised love, coalescing with the
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    • keen logic and dialectic up to a certain border, and then we
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    • that is contradictory to the spiritually revealed truth in us?
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    • may happen that a man had a special talent for mathematics in a
    • former incarnation but died young, so that this talent never came to
    • with a talent for mathematics and this will represent a continuation
    • mathematical talent.
    • has lived to a great age, so that his talent has spent itself —
    • mathematical talent has passed into the eyes and no longer exists as
    • those things for which we have the least talent, and about which we
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    • which passes through the successive incarnations. Individual talents
    • talent will be particularly marked when these organs are highly
    • incipient talent for music or some other art, but if he is not born
    • he cannot bring these talents to expression.
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    • Still another world, revealed by even higher senses, is known in
    • this is so when I tell you that the etheric body in the male is female
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    • was a disease prevalent in the Middle Ages, namely, leprosy. An
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    • Mathematical talent also needs something quite specific. A particular
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    • as male, the Moon as female. Now the Moon drew out, the forces of the
    • female divide into male and female. With the solidifying, bone-forming
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    • sex-nature the tendency had continued in the female being to produce
    • similarity in the descendants; in the male the influence worked
    • with the flowing of the male force into the female, dissimilarity was
    • increasingly created. Thus it was through the male influence that the
    • male and a female, so that the similar is reproduced through the
    • female, what is varied and dissimilar through the male. We see in our
    • sight, but the longing for what was revealed in it lived on in the
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    • the plant breathes out, you breathe out carbon which the plant inhales
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    • of Thought; second, the Equivalence of two
    • the Equivalence of Concepts, to the Synthesis of Concepts, to
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    • comprehension of the world as revealed to man's sight from the
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    • the secret societies on sale; but the publication of these
    • male humanity; — which I do not say as a special ground
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    • narrow perceptual point of view that is so prevalent
    • world, we realize that therein lie concealed and beyond our sense
    • concealed within is the centre of spiritual existence in so far
    • of the sexes — the male and the female — so that in the old
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    • regarded as a Male, or Father-Principle, and that therefore the
    • Osiris-Principle must be looked upon as an active Male-Principle,
    • concealed — invisible and unheeded by the outer world. (The name
    • into the material world, but remained as if concealed in the
    • might be gained of all that is supersensible and lies concealed
    • the sun in the daytime, for at night it lies concealed by matter;
    • equivalent to one whole year.
    • strata. Traces of eight superimposed cities were revealed, and
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    • (Galatians ii, 20) with the wisdom revealed by the Buddha, the
    • which the scales hang one point of support only; so in the case
    • first revealed the true meaning of the doctrine of reincarnation.
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    • first revealed to Moses through his clairvoyant powers. And these
    • and talented character, as for instance, Jean Paul, have felt,
    • wonder, when this cosmic essence was first revealed to Moses that
    • Sea. Concealed beneath this narrative lies a wonderful truth
    • should, or should not, lead his people to Palestine, he still
    • events which took place in Palestine. Thus would the Ego receive
    • who turns away from his God, places himself without the pale of
    • the Middle Ages, the Liberal Arts (artes liberales) were
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    • reign of Solomon was passed, and the kingdom of Palestine was
    • kingdom of Palestine a certain religious order which held to
    • in Palestine, and which by other nations have been termed
    • case in Palestine, but when on every side there is a feeling of
    • inner contemplation of that God who had revealed Himself to him
    • brook which is called Cherith, where he concealed himself and
    • stand in the presence of that God who had revealed Himself before
    • of awe, appeared as in a vision and revealed to him plainly how
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    • Christianity has again revealed the fact that [in many instances]
    • of human growth and development. Behind all that is revealed in
    • lay concealed therein, deep hidden from a profane external world.
    • Mysteries revealed to those alone, who, through severe trials and
    • most outstanding event that came to pass in Palestine, in
    • concealed. When we come to understand these things rightly we
    • event in Palestine, held a deep significance for all later
    • Buddhists. But the God who stands revealed through Christianity
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    • Gospel will be revealed in greater detail as time goes
    • revealed to him. And as the story goes on we hear again
    • this Mystery there is concealed the power which since the
    • be revealed to him — for the words will then bear
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    • certain ancient teachings were prevalent — somewhat
    • allowed his experiences in Jerusalem to convince him of
    • world. The Event at Damascus had revealed to him
    • faculties and talents from their forefathers — but
    • what can be revealed to the earthly human being as
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    • Being we know as the Nathan Jesus was revealed in that
    • of the Event in Palestine that the Christ Being then
    • as the Christ is revealed, too, in the Greek Apollo, for
    • — is revealed to us by the ether-body. The temper
    • else is revealed as well, namely, two different kinks of
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    • revealed to one from the Fifth Gospel, it is a deeply
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    • spiritual life is to be revealed in its true meaning, so that
    • which can provide for the revealed spiritual needs of our
    • full responsibility towards the spirit revealed to our times
    • — that same spirit which has been revealed to humanity
    • throughout the centuries and millennia, but revealed in each
    • understanding, and can only be revealed by the countenance of
    • real knowledge must be fathomed from what is revealed in the
    • march of time as creative action, and how all that is revealed
    • of the world in the human heart must be revealed by the soul's
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    • our gaze within in order to be alert to what our thinking
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    • to your mind's alertness, then these soul forces will be
    • will be alert and will take the School seriously. Let us bear
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    • the exhaled air disperses. And how by inhaling we take into us
    • warnings alert him to it. That has been the secret of the
    • humanity is revealed to me? Can it be beneficial for humanity
    • these torments mean? They mean the ever increasing prevalence
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    • what is revealed between the things. We see the three kingdoms
    • which comes from the innermost being of the animals is revealed
    • When one feels: I inhale, I draw the breath up to the brain, I
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    • cross with the congealed formative forces of water. If so, he
    • life on earth I breathed, inhaled that breath from which the
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    • everything in us which is airy, the inhaled air. The Guardian
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    • and spirituality, and was then brought by Alexander over to
    • — you in image-shape revealed —
    • — you in image-shape revealed,
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    • foundations. And if esoteric mantric verses are revealed in an
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    • Alexander, which was under the impulse of Michael, was followed
    • look into the matter, which revealed why the mantra became
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    • in ordinary life the truth is not revealed to us. Although as
    • these Books revealed to him, was interpreted as follows:
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    • have scales on the table beside their plates) — it is
    • The old calendars with their versified rules of practice that
    • only recall one of the most important phenomena, female
    • both in the male and the female organisms, which imitate the
    • Mars have to be valued on quite a different scale from that
    • the external eye is revealed to more intimate observation.
    • such differences are revealed. But people live their
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    • process and when sick it can be healed with a kind of
    • blossoms of valerian, Valeriana officinalis, squeeze out the
    • highly diluted juice of valerian be added to manure, it can
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    • herself. She went with the knight to Salerno, the most
    • leprosy was healed in numberless cases by Francis of
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    • scale in either of these directions. In the Mysteries the
    • scale, first to one side and then to the other. This is only a
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture I: Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization
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    • Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage. Band III.
    • there is in Europe, in the very strongest degree, the talent,
    • talents, specifically European talents, lies in developing in
    • written about freedom at the time. Here in Europe, a talent
    • is the talent for treating this cosmogony as an ornamental
    • talent for incorporating the human being in this cosmogony as a
    • which each has a special talent, then, and then only, we shall
    • ultimately, it all tells the same tale, — that the form
    • Marxianism into practice; and it is turning into the wholesale
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    • sorts of teachings about reincarnation and karma to regale
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    • by Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm.
    • that happened during the migration of peoples. Senegalese kill our
    • kaleidoscope ...
    • ago on a much larger scale in the universe. How could you possibly refute
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    • accept what He has revealed in the form of anthroposophy as a true Christ-revelation.
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    • in such a case? Obviously, not every ordinary female figure can represent
    • or Venus cannot be like any other female astral body, for otherwise
    • find anything about a person's deeper nature revealed in the structure
    • musical talents, least of all in the skull of Beethoven. He underscored
    • be found in these skulls that would indicate musical talents.
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    • course of human history depending on whether the spiritual revealed
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    • events that have recently taken place on a small scale, in one person's
    • of the great events of the day is considered to be on a small scale.
    • wanted to be a super-Rubens, and he certainly had talent. He got a scholarship
    • there. And since Wiertz had just as much vanity as talent, this vexed
    • for they show on a small scale what I pointed to on a larger scale when
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    • incarnation based on this talent. These truths are derived from individual
    • is Mary Magdalene reincarnated. This would not occur to such a person;
    • on a smaller scale such things occur very frequently. If we so much
    • On a smaller scale, things like that are very
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    • wants so many bales of cotton at this or that price.”
    • objective side), I also studied Goethe's “Fairy Tale of
    • my study of the “Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the
    • through that custom which has been widely prevalent in this
    • room, these things might be concealed from you. Unfortunately,
    • many things have thus been concealed. And so a certain
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    • who ought not to have revealed themselves as they now reveal
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    • males we owe our voices first of all to the air, but the
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    • found in animals and humans, both male and female. They are
    • become fully developed. In the case of the male, the gonads or
    • that, when males are locked together in a cage, they don't
    • fight but keep to themselves, and when an aging male rat is
    • placed with a female, it shows no interest in her.
    • Steinach experimented primarily with male rats. The aging
    • males that were listless and had bald spots, that had lost hair
    • and were no longer interested in the females, were treated in
    • the following manner. When not breeding, the gonad of the male
    • the spermatic cord, so that the semen ejaculated by the male
    • that impregnates the female contains this hormone. It is also
    • it was put with females, it showed sexual desire and attacked
    • male rats become agile and youthful again after the ligature is
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    • one of inhalation. From the air around us we inhale the oxygen
    • of oxygen and carbon, and it is this gas that we then exhale.
    • inhaled only pure oxygen, however, we would have to contain an
    • inhaled. We have to exhale to acquire carbon anew, and the
    • intestines, so this tiny human egg exists in the female and is
    • initially protected there. The female organism is so
    • protected. But when the female organism dispatches the
    • happens is like inhalation and exhalation. If I only exhaled, I
    • human egg. Consider how interesting it is that you exhale, and
    • the air that you have exhaled contains your own carbon. It is a
    • of carbon in your big toe. You inhale, and oxygen spreads out.
    • contains when it is fertilized. If we only exhaled and never
    • inhaled we would always be dying; we would continually be
    • against death. Every time we inhale we protect ourselves from
    • nightmares as nightmares go because you cannot inhale
    • A man who steps on a scale finds that he weighs a certain
    • being who now inhales air with his lungs and exhales again
    • scale. So it is quite plausible that there once existed a
    • sum, man first learns to live with the world through the female
    • certain length of time by virtue of the male
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    • example, and then these are inhaled and bring about the disease
    • penetrates into what you inhale as oxygen, which is also a
    • air that we inhale. We cannot tolerate solid substances being
    • evaporation and mingles with the oxygen that is inhaled.
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    • concerning man's inner being; they must only be revealed in
    • experiences, accompanied by a younger female being, with a
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    • birth to a child who is pale, with a pointed chin and skinny
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    • fetch the females, who lay their eggs in it. Finally, they
    • I am telling you is not a fairy tale. People have been able to
    • the females were allowed to lay their eggs in it. That done,
    • animal, a female wasp, heavy with eggs, looking for an insect
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    • seen with a microscope. From the male, a great number of
    • it, but it is the tale of a poor wretch, a poor devil who only
    • that in many parts of the world the sale of alcohol has been
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    • suitable for children; the male lived nearby in his own burrow.
    • untranslatable Austrian dialect:
    • dialect and says, “Oaner is dumm, und mehra san a
    • two females from a nest remain. In winter they seek out a
    • sheltered little nook where they as females can live scantily,
    • and they hibernate there. In spring, these females emerge from
    • When summer is over, the female begins to lay eggs that produce
    • males and females. As a rule, it is the same female that laid
    • autumn, males and females emerge.
    • males develop into rather puny creatures. By comparison, the
    • sexless wasps are quite robust workers. The males turn out to
    • these male wasps play a rather sorry role. They are hastily
    • impregnate the females; after that, having accomplished their
    • Among some types of wasps, the males are a bit hardier. Here
    • spiders, something remarkable is the case. You see, the female
    • spiders consider the males good for nothing but fertilizing
    • them. The males are permitted to approach the females only when
    • females generally don't permit the males to come near them;
    • lower creatures, when a female notices a greedy little male
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    • single births. A male sperm penetrates the female egg cell,
    • is determined by something quite other than the number of male
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    • after three pulsations man inhales, and after three more, he
    • inhales again. This is how air goes through his body. The blood
    • inhale; one, two, three, and with the fourth we inhale again.
    • is exhaled, but if all of it were exhaled, we would be the
    • inhale a bit of carbon dioxide instead of oxygen. You really
    • always inhale a bit of carbon dioxide into your head. This is
    • acquired a head if he had inhaled only carbon dioxide. The
    • always inhaled carbon dioxide, he would never have acquired a
    • Just as man inhales oxygen today, he once must have inhaled
    • exhaling carbon dioxide as he does today, he exhaled
    • man inhales oxygen he absorbs oxygen into his blood; when he
    • inhales nitrogen, he absorbs the nitrogen into his blood. The
    • acquiring his head and exhaled hydrocyanic acid, he swam around
    • sperm is nitrogen. This is transmitted to the female organism
    • go to sleep, I exhale my soul, and I draw it back in again when
    • I awake: exhalation, inhalation. I exhale the spiritual and
    • inhale it again. This rhythm in my breathing I therefore have
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    • draw in the air and then exhale it again; hence, I am also air.
    • one has the soul element, it becomes clear that man exhales the
    • race, they will have weak descendants. The males will become
    • select females, the queen bees. The sexual life of the others
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    • prevalent when the peoples of the earth were more segregated
    • cannot occur, for example, except through a small, concealed
    • example, obtained such a book by Basilius Valentinus, which is
    • today's chemistry, he said that what Valentinus had stated was
    • by Basilius Valentinus. He cannot help thinking that he is
    • This is not really so, however, because Valentinus still wrote
    • Basilius Valentinus' books, “moon” is often written
    • who wrote the works of Basilius Valentinus was a Benedictine
    • will find granite and gneiss to be especially prevalent. The
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    • the fine nuances, we see everywhere the truths revealed by
    • namely the fairy-tales of Central Europe, above all those
    • things which matter, lie deeply concealed and are immensely
    • forces concealed in the spiritual life of Central Europe also in
    • to bethink ourselves of what lies concealed in the spiritual
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • becomes alert and awake to the life that surrounds him in the outer
    • earnestness. Observing the progress of evolution revealed by
    • incarnations the traits and characteristics revealed in their later
    • world. For when a human being is consciously active and alert in the
    • at any age. What the spiritual world revealed penetrated into my
    • gathered round and sealed one's lips — for about certain
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    • The work of Aristotle and Alexander the Great. Gregory VII. Ernst
    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Alexander, Greek culture had been carried over to Asia in a form of
    • Alexander the Great. And as a result, many centres of learning in the
    • the expeditions of Alexander the Great, a certain rational and
    • fruits of his earlier Initiation revealed themselves in a genius for
    • was chiefly Aristotelian logic and dialectic which had spread so
    • result of the achievements of Alexander the Great, it was the more
    • however, held to be a revealed, an inspired intelligence.
    • together. It was to Alexandrianism, to Aristotelianism, that they
    • individuality who in his existence after death is revealed to the eye
    • individualities of Alexander and Aristotle — who had, of
    • Alexander the Great and Aristotle.
    • lives of Alexander the Great and of Aristotle in those particular
    • Alexander
    • brilliant and illustrious learning in Alexandria but at the same
    • spirituality in their manifold forms had converged in Alexandrianism
    • took place — in an age when the individualities of Alexander
    • Centuries had passed since the Mystery of Golgotha. What Alexander
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    • rather that the thoughts were revealed to them from the things of the
    • man was conscious all the time that his thoughts were revealed to
    • Intelligence. And in the age of Alexander, of Aristotle, when a man
    • thoughts; he felt that the thoughts were revealed to him through the
    • It was in the age of Alexander and for a few centuries previously
    • form it may be revealed, men turn today to the human head, because
    • spirituality so wondrously revealed and borne in by the sea might
    • as revealed Intelligence, and they sought for the revelations
    • revealed to spiritual observation as the essence, the keynote of the
    • able, as a result of the expeditions of Alexander to Asia, to achieve
    • Aristotle and Alexander themselves who were then in the spiritual
    • and promoted Alexandrianism, to be on the earth. Their time came a
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    • peculiar talent for Geometry that fascinated me, although people who
    • deformities. If we find that a person has some distinguishing talent
    • of language, his power of satire, his only partially concealed lack
    • cause of Jesus on earth on a grand scale, in a purely material way,
    • researches of which I was speaking, Ovid revealed himself as Laurence
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    • between sea and rock, air and light, there was revealed, as it were
    • Golgotha was revealed to them because the picture was all irradiated
    • Palestine through Greece into Italy and Spain.
    • He passed from East to West, from Palestine, through Greece, across
    • cosmopolitan stream connected with the name of Alexander the Great
    • Alexander in that pre-Christian age took place under the Rulership of
    • Alexander the Great, just as it is there now, in our own time.
    • to pass in pre-Christian times through the campaigns of Alexander.
    • became possible. If one had asked Alexander and Aristotle: Whence
    • Alexander and is Ruler again in our own time. The next Ruling
    • in the Alexander period. It prevailed during that period when Greek
    • concentrated in the great and influential city of Alexandria with its
    • and which also flows from West to East. During the Alexander period,
    • kind of thought that had been carried by Alexander the Great over to
    • find that all the wisdom which had been carried by Alexander into
    • instruct — all this was changed. Alexandrianism and
    • the question arises: What was the destiny of Alexander and Aristotle
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    • let this be placed before our souls at the outset: the equivalence of
    • where, as in fairy-tale language, we come to the end of the world —
    • imagine that one cannot understand what is revealed out of the
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    • therefore, is on a large scale independent of the surrounding mineral
    • purely external observation tell its tale. It is a course which we
    • detailed questions will be revealed to us in their true answers, if
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    • applied in moral education. If a child has little talent, if a child
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    • this respect, the whole scale of human characters is represented.
    • outermost ends of the scale, there are those who take every kind and
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    • talents, our genius and our stupidity. Not so what the Gods are
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    • appealed to Vischer. It was clear to him that, as Hegel asserts,
    • is no pedantry, no Hegelian dialectic here; it is Vischer, the true
    • expression to the musical talent within him, if he had not found a
    • with all the talents which will be evident to you from what I have
    • of the heat-equivalent in mechanics and who, as can be stated with
    • postmortem examination had revealed the presence of water in
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    • individualities, with every variety of talent and disposition.
    • the 7th/8th century — that was also a male incarnation —
    • talent in his life among the Moors, but who, on the other hand,
    • everything about him that appealed to me most, namely his
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    • some great spiritual talent. It is just as important to be able to
    • gifts and talents belonging to the head are lost comparatively soon
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    • Alexander the Great was carried over from Greece, from Macedonia,
    • with Mohammedan sayings: “Allah has revealed it”; “Allah
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    • of some book that appealed to him, nothing could tear him from it. He
    • America, yet on a certain occasion in this full-scale war he was the
    • Dialectics of Hegel. Now he came to Vienna, a tall, slight man filled
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    • word you will not feel as though his utterances impaled you.
    • difference between the good Swabian pastor Valentin Andreae, who
    • Lessing been Valentin Andreae, merely transported into the 18th
    • repeated earth-lives. But he was not Valentin Andreae; he was
    • It was with him as it would have been with Valentin Andreae if the
    • about him; his character and talents were so clearly defined. People
    • right-angled nature of his peculiar constructive talent. It was most
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    • by Valentin Andreae. And into the
    • had lived, when things were settled by dialectic. Try all the same to
    • of the period. Translate it into the mathematical-dialectical mode of
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    • moment these facts must in no way be concealed from the
    • power; they cannot be decided by any dialectic.
    • the old gentleman — quick and alert as he was until a ripe old
    • his talents came about’. Sometimes the psycho-analysts seem to
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    • then drawn to the fact that his tale Der Heilige (The
    • took the form of mosaic. — Hence his talent for form, in all
    • Ferdinand Meyer's tale, Jürg Jenatsch.
    • Beatrix is an extraordinarily alert and active personality, taking
    • wide scale — (when a woman has greatness in her she is often wonderfully
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    • period of the Middle Ages: Basilius Valentinus (Basil Valentine), a
    • in the early Middle Ages we find Basilius Valentinus, a Benedictine
    • Basilius Valentinus has said to them. Consequently there are hardly
    • any original writings of Basilius Valentinus himself; but there are
    • certain time of my life, one of the pupils of Basilius Valentinus who
    • Basilius Valentinus. And now he jumbles everything together —
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    • concealed? Obviously, there was no objective reason why a Crown
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    • Valentine, who reappeared again as Frank Wedekind.
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    • “The Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily”
    • greater, wider connection than appears in the Fairy Tale itself
    • And so what the Fairy Tale revealed to me at that time simply
    • — then only did the Fairy Tale reappear,
    • this headache as something baleful; on the contrary, you must take it
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    • equivalent to knowing nothing more of the alphabet than the letters
    • wood with them. But the man to whom I am now referring revealed
    • the earthly relationships are only now revealed in their whole
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    • years old: “What wonderful talent!” ... well, they grew
    • to that vista of the spiritual which can be revealed only when the
    • Mars have meted out to thee. Their forces have revealed it to
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    • revealed to him through the etheric body. And then, as he looks back
    • revealed.
    • revealed. Vision of the revelations connected with this phase of life
    • of life is comparatively easy to attain. What is here revealed are,
    • are then revealed.
    • revealed.
    • period is revealed in Inspired Consciousness, one experiences —
    • revealed.
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    • only by observing the being of man as revealed to super-sensible
    • talents or other qualities of soul, this is all connected with his
    • revealed — then they must look from out of man. The human race
    • was revealed to the gods through the eye of the Moon.
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    • life but lies concealed in the unconscious and subconscious regions
    • this. — Whoever reads a biography with alert attention will
    • particular portion of the world is revealed to us during our life on
    • revealed to him, another that. Exactly what is revealed to individual
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    • experience in them and absorbs their attention. When this is revealed
    • copy of what is revealed in Initiation-Science.
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    • prevalent in humanity to-day. Look at what is being made of
    • revealed which cannot but stir the very fibres of our hearts. It
  • Title: Lecture: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I: Introduction to these Studies on Karma
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    • otherwise perceive only in pale images of memory, this he
    • of a pale violet, lilac-coloured astral atmosphere.
    • im Astralempfinden des Kosmos — die
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    • happenings in Palestine at the beginning of the Christian
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    • into little miniatures, came forth as the fairy-tale of the
    • Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily. We need not
    • content — alike in structure to the Fairy Tale of the
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    • Grammatica, Dialectica, Rhetorica, Arithmetica, Geometria,
    • darkened. We can only know of Dialectic,
    • connection in this domain, (other connections were revealed
    • revealed to me: It is indeed impossible for any of those
    • for by theorising, these things are weakened and made pale.
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    • approximately with the deeds of Alexander and with the
    • Alexander the Great and Aristotle, we find ourselves once
    • the campaigns of Alexander. In the campaigns of Alexander,
    • Alexandria. It was a great cosmopolitan movement, seeking
    • that such human beings as Alexander the Great, though in a
    • matters. Such a man as Alexander the Great regarded himself
    • been revealed to men, steeped in the Cosmic Intelligence. I
    • manner, and of all that Alexander the Great had carried
    • since the age of Alexander, the six other Archangels would
    • But it revealed itself mightily to the spirits around
    • which revealed itself to the pupils of Michael at the very
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    • culmination in the Alexandrian epoch of pre-Christian time,
    • of Michael until the end of the Alexandrian epoch,
    • Alexandrian time, nay even afterwards, — and for
    • Asiatic Alexandrianism, had found their way over into
    • the Alexandrian age. It was simply a cosmic and human fact
    • extracted again in Aristotelianism, and Alexander took it
    • earth in sinless form. From the centre of Alexandria the
    • his instruction of Alexander.
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    • only a thin veil concealed that which we recognise as the
    • Michael dominion took place, in the age of Alexander, the
    • Alexander were an immense achievement in the equalising of
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    • Anthroposophy require me to be attentive and alert. For
    • all this there naturally arises as a prevalent feeling of
    • never yet been revealed in the history of the world.
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    • Asia since the campaigns of Alexander. This Aristotelianism
    • therefore we had asked Aristotle or Alexander what were
    • community such as that of Alexander or Aristotle, they
    • Sun-spots in the course of Cosmic Evolution is revealed the
    • is such a man on earth. He has great human talent, human
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    • thing is revealed to him.
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    • Alexander the Great and Aristotle. The flower of the Grecian spiritual
    • life had been carried across to Asia and Africa by Alexander the Great
    • were spread into the world so brilliantly by Alexander. We look back
    • the campaigns of Alexander the Great where the treasures of wisdom to
    • Arabism and permeating it, this Aristotelianism, this Alexandrianism
    • Aristotle and Alexander themselves, for example. It had taken on forms
    • Asia we see a certain Aristotelianism and Alexandrianism, brilliantly
    • how Aristotelianism, Alexandrianism, had spread and entered even
    • everywhere in Europe was that connected with Alexander the Great. Thus
    • we have the wonderful poem, the “Song of Alexander” by the
    • priest Lamprecht, extolling the works of Alexander but connecting them
    • Alexander, his life, his campaigns into Asia, and everywhere he brings
    • out what was living spiritually in this earthly life of Alexander. For
    • Europe, in a Christian. The “Song of Alexander” is permeated
    • Aristotelianism that had come through Alexandrianism into Europe. This
    • needless to say, Alexander and Aristotle themselves lived on. Once only
    • Alexander, took different paths from Haroun al Raschid and his
    • with which Alexander the Great had carried the Grecian culture and
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    • also the individualities of Alexander and Aristotle. Moreover there were
    • On the other hand the individualities of Aristotle and Alexander who
    • united after death. And with them once more Alexander
    • super-sensible is revealed somewhere and somewhen in the world of sense.
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    • Dialectica, Rhetorica, Arithmetica, Geometría, Astronomía and
    • connection about Alexander and Aristotle and about the events in
    • Alexander the Great. How vividly his life appears, as I already said, in
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    • I mean the individuality of Alexander the Great.
    • Alexander to wage war against these daemonic idols of Lord Bacon,
    • of St. Augustine or of Clement of Alexandria under his head for a few
    • life, it was revealed to me — not yet quite clearly, for
    • — it was revealed to me, I could
    • courageous in the face of science, for he revealed the kinship of the
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    • Dialectic, Arithmetic, Geometry, Astronomy and Music. In their combined
    • all these things can be seen in the spirit. Dialectic, Rhetoric, etc.
    • living way. But the personality to whom I refer, living now in a male
    • powers, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and so forth. He was filled with the
    • individual as a woman. Thus innumerable secrets were revealed to this
    • — this time it is a male incarnation, for it is indeed only a
    • of the thirties of man's life. I admit that when less talented men are
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    • revealed that the real Plato-being could not easily dive down into the
    • impulse to conceive the modern world — Europe on a large scale
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    • separated from the Earth. This fact is revealed to seership but it is
    • humanity is clearly revealed to the vision of Initiation, and to
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    • is revealed of certain Beings with some of whom man has a close
    • the first time, part of the world is revealed. For after all it is
    • above and beyond the world that is revealed to the senses. Man
    • one feels that it is characteristic. And an alert, inner perception
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    • revealed only during our existence between death and a new birth. We
    • proceed to shape images of the talents and faculties we shall possess
    • Beings of the Second Hierarchy we behold what talents and faculties
    • spiritual happenings are revealed to us as we gaze downwards —
    • proceeding among these Beings, revealed in sublime, majestic
    • revealed, as compared with the sense world. But you will realise,
    • them in their deeper, spiritual significance — be revealed only
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    • remain concealed in the deep substrata of existence. And for this
    • adventures not on a large but on a small scale. When he had reached a
    • — were the subject of much heated and fervid dialectic. Our
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    • undergo death. The Earth is revealed to Imaginative cognition as the
    • aspect becomes the great revealer. Having passed through death man
    • Knowledge, the stars are the revealers of cosmic Beings, spiritual
    • did during his earthly life. It is revealed to him by the Moon Beings
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    • seventh year, the mysteries of the Moon are revealed as though the
    • ailments are prevalent, but for all that it, is the healthiest age in
    • are revealed behind this age of life, so that in the unlikely event
    • connected with the Venus mysteries is revealed. In this period, when
    • here all the Beings of the Sun mysteries are revealed. To be able to
    • revealed. But to penetrate the Mars mysteries we must have passed the
    • described how these truths are revealed through Initiation, I can
    • The relation between the Cosmos and human life is revealed in this
    • more prevalent in the Cosmos. Here on Earth we do not know what has
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    • teeth, and with it the mystery of the Moon-sphere is revealed. The
    • mystery of the Mercury-sphere is revealed by the retrospective survey
    • and puberty. The mystery of the Venus-sphere is revealed by the
    • of the Middle Ages, this male personality was reborn as a woman,
    • the study of the karmic evolution that is revealed when a man brings
    • male incarnations are the most likely to be conspicuous because in
    • the time is coming when female incarnations will be increasingly
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    • volition, men might again be able to scale the heights to the
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    • revealed on the one side as body, on the other as spirit, and
    • from the whole nexus of cosmic processes can a man be healed
    • priest-healers.
    • when the priest-healers had conversed with the God.
    • — for example, specific talents in one direction or
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    • world of stars, with everything that is revealed to him as his
    • whole world is revealed in what the physical senses
    • conditions prevailing in the spiritual world as revealed to
    • a talent which had something rather dangerously fascinating
    • followed by female incarnations, this individuality had no
    • the Greek talent for plastic representation of the human form,
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    • configuration in the Saturn sphere. And when this is revealed
    • when the workings of the Saturn sphere are revealed; we
    • truth revealed to self-observation — was presented in
    • fulfilled in outer, physical reality in Palestine, it was
    • then, later on, passed through a female incarnation
    • revealed how human longings and strivings through
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    • gave me the first clue to his particular talent. It is usually
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    • memory. But just think how pale and indistinct are these
    • everything that is revealed in sense-perceptions, in colours,
    • casually opening some book ... in a certain dialect there is an
    • Mohammed's followers, this talent for thinking about the world
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    • memory our experiences become pale shadows. Memory owes its
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    • sleep there can be revealed to one who is able to understand
    • karma is revealed; this person stands before us as he was in
    • and more towards its periphery will have to be healed with what
    • man must be healed with what is also a late development in
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    • karma of a man's past is revealed to physical sense-perception.
    • spiritually concealed, invisibly it is there. So that if we
    • human life, however, it is revealed to clairvoyant
    • was still prevalent and his task was to supervise a number of
    • slave-owner came again in a male incarnation, the overseer came
    • the way that is revealed through Anthroposophy. This kind of
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    • world are then revealed to him. This is the second stage.
    • legends of Charlemagne. These tales were not related as they
    • the female element characterising the original state of consciousness.
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    • male and female: one sex must first be killed within every human
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    • male soul and the female soul. It is not possible for one to live
    • without the other. The female soul, Sieglinde, is captured by
    • of the male and female soul-element: even Wotan must help Fricka against
    • Siegmund on account of Hunding. Fricka represent the male-female soul
    • male and female soul upon the earthly plane.
    • plane the male and female soul-elements are united, but upon the earth
    • female soul-element, gives birth to Siegfried, the human consciousness
    • The male and
    • female elements are important only upon the physical plane. Tristan has
    • and a consciousness which is no longer male or female. This note of
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    • disease, which can only be healed through the sacrifice and death of
    • They go to Salerno to a celebrated physician. At the last moment,
    • lies, concealed in this. From the standpoint of the Middle Ages,
    • contrast arose between Rome and Jerusalem; “Rome on the one
    • side and Jerusalem on the other” was the battle-cry under which
    • the crusaders fought. The idea that Jerusalem must be the centre was
    • Jerusalem, rather then a physical one, was borne in mind: Jerusalem as a
    • (Poor Henry) Henry is healed by a pure virgin. Henry has
    • soul consists of a male and a female part, and that the impressions of the
    • through a scale of experiences which fill him with compassion for our
    • to the Ego of the Christ. The lower female element in the human soul
    • dies and will be replaced by a higher female element which
    • power faces the seducing Kundry. Kundry, the other female element pertaining
    • experience revealed to him that the individual development of the
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    • spheres of pale, dry thought and of theoretic study!
    • substances, a fact also revealed by the spiritual sciences of
    • on a small scale in the activity of thinking in the human
    • what is revealed by the artistic comprehension of the human
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    • are revealed to one who is able to observe in this field —
    • existence today as pale religious creeds, will be able to see that
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    • spiritual world is revealed. The physical
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    • to sleep and waking were to stand revealed before the soul. It
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    • from western eyes. Even the little that was revealed wasn't understood
    • The things that Blavatsky revealed through the Dzyan verses are in
    • revealed through Mrs. Blavatsky is possible.
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    • documents, fairy tales and fables. Thus we have the seven Rounds as
    • old documents be revealed, and that is the task of the theosophical
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    • whereas crooked legs which were not healed up to the seventh
    • and talents develop through the fact that they attract the
    • Devachan talents and wisdom for his next life on Earth. And
    • pale reflection of this here on earth in a hatching hen. If
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    • possessed in the form of capacities and talents acquired
    • talents and capacities, the Ego once more feels attracted
    • unfolding of the talents reposing in him. At that time, the
    • longer orientate yourself in space. The mathematical talent,
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    • gifts which lie concealed within him must atrophy owing to
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    • the right way if we survey the true connections revealed by
    • right that a male and a female incarnation should alternate,
    • first tone, but on a higher scale, so the Vulcan condition is
    • “Geisteswissenschaft über die soziale
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    • which are mysteriously concealed to-day, can be understood if
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    • as granite or gneiss, at that time revealed quite clearly
    • laugh at truths when they are revealed for the first
    • concealed his knowledge of these truths in images: he created
    • be deeply moved and seized by truths which are now revealed
    • you grow pale, because the inner soul-condition penetrates as
    • time he was bi-sexual, both male-and female. With the
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    • into two sexes, male and female, in such a way that what we
    • cooperation of the male and female principle, the human being
    • in man comes from the influence of the male principle.
    • to be revealed through the theosophical movement. Let me
    • occurred upon the physical plane in Palestine once only, for
    • the pupil had to pass through a scale of all these feelings.
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    • you hear thoughts which would remain concealed to you were I
    • an individuality concealed under the name of
    • deeply concealed memory of the Atlantean age.
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    • the right way, this tree revealed a writing in flaming
    • whole world. This fact is concealed behind the ancient motto:
    • ugly a thing may be, there is always some beauty concealed in
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    • aletheia — is Spirit Self, devotion — charis
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    • The etheric body of a man is female, that of a woman is male.
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    • (own image, in the image of God created he him; maleGenesis 1:27.)
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    • revealed in humanity was manifested for a long period through
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    • 55 And the Jews\' passover was nigh at hand: and many went out of the country up to Jerusalem before the passover, to purify themselves. \
    • of the world could be revealed. As we have already said, the
    • (wife of Cleophas, and Mary MagdaleJohn 19:25),
    • and Mary Magdalene.” If we wish to understand this
    • Magdalene.”
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    • Mary Magdalene. We will now consider another secret of
    • through these five ages can man be healed. One who has
    • entered into these five halls cannot be healed unless the
    • great Healer, the Christ, approaches him; but when this
    • own healer.
    • the male (active) principle. The result of this continuous
    • activity of the male element upon the feminine principle is
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    • invaders: “You pale faces have taken from us our lands
    • pale man has small signs in which are magical beings, and in
    • phenomena as reddening with shame, growing pale with fear and
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    • into what is concealed within the spiritual worlds behind the
    • creating forces and beings which lie concealed behind the
    • world are concealed within a book, are given to mankind in a
    • the events in Palestine. But in recent times this has all
    • in the four Gospels, from four sides, the events in Palestine
    • between the descriptions of the events in Palestine in the
    • Alexandria, the Greeks have a writer who also speaks of the
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    • saw what profound contents are concealed within the first
    • exactly equivalent to the other. Divine creation is not
    • earthly mission to the Earth revealed Himself first in the
    • through the Event of Palestine — first really began.
    • said, how they expressed what had been revealed to them. They
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    • coincidence is concealed something very important. We shall
    • lies hidden within this chapter. The mystery concealed
    • future of mankind the Christ would be revealed, and in what
    • true mystery concerning Christ-Jesus had been revealed,
    • mystery was also concealed behind the names of the
    • truth was concealed in the words: — “For out of
    • revealed law. And even today men have not, in all things,
    • invisible. He revealed Himself in the super-sensible world
    • the historical event of Palestine and in what exemplary and
    • one truth after another was revealed to the neophyte in the
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    • did not advocate this principle. He appealed to those who had
    • cannot at all times be revealed to men without preparation.
    • Sagas and Fairy-tales. Anthroposophists should not be foolish
    • been uprooted. He healed the son of the nobleman who,
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    • incalescent by fire. This has become the same human being who
    • you inhale and exhale, you have air within your otherwise
    • solid body which flows in and out of it. When you inhale
    • inhaled; that means that he has driven the oxygen into the
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    • inhales death, by which he acquires the power to heal, is the
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    • concealed in the story of the seven Kings of Rome which had
    • There are countless historical evidences of this concealed in
    • he objectified himself in matter and form. He concealed his
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    • revealed His name to Moses? We must now dwell a little on
    • revealed Himself spiritually, as Isaiah spoke of the
    • mysterious measure concealed in space. To sense it
    • space. The human being had wholly coalesced with the physical
    • environment. That age — in which he seemed to coalesce
    • Magdalene.”
    • was called Mary, and Mary Magdalene. Whoever thinks about it
    • Cleophas, and Mary Magdalene.” For a proper
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    • we may liken his inner nature to the female aspect, the outer
    • spiritual to the male. The inner being must be made
    • revealed. In esoteric circles, she is always called the
    • actual sense-world that was revealed to them, a world in
    • St. John could peer, were concealed from them. For this
    • of Palestine, we have not only to do with this highly
    • through his own illumination the events of Palestine in order
    • John is the Gospel in which the writer has concealed powers
    • most intimate disciples experienced there in Palestine was so
    • degree through the power of the Event of Palestine that what
    • Bethany had received through the Event of Palestine the
    • are indeed; we are told that Mary Magdalene was led to the
    • power of the Event of Palestine. And she beheld something
    • of the Event of Palestine could grasp the situation and see
    • spiritually. Although the disciples and Mary Magdalene saw
    • power which should proceed from the Event of Palestine is
    • Palestine, so too is it impossible for even the longest
    • time the idea is all too prevalent that everything religious
    • the Events of Palestine as the Disciple whom the Lord loved.
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    • for the development of mankind, the way it is revealed primarily in
    • Jesus of Nazareth back to Abraham, to whom God revealed Himself.
    • directly related to the events in Palestine as brought about through
    • in history, for all mankind in the event of Palestine through Christ
    • in Palestine — had remained the same and had been preserved by
    • of Palestine — how the God developed, how he was reborn, and so
    • the Event of Palestine. Just as the higher ego is born in the individual,
    • so the higher ego of all mankind, the divine ego, was born in Palestine;
    • and it is preserved and developed in what lives concealed in the sign
    • in the sun, Who revealed Himself to Moses in thunder and lightning —
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    • when the spiritual scientist describes the events of Palestine or the
    • in such matters might object: Your tales are nothing but day-dreams
    • scale. Let us suppose a man starts on the path to spiritual cognition
    • be impossible to connect in a more grandiose way the event of Palestine
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    • is the first in the scale to have an astral body, and man, an ego. Hence
    • body as equivalent. The blood pulsating in our veins became the substance
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    • easy to explain plausibly that what here appeared on a small scale is
    • analogous to what took place on a large scale. But people who perform
    • the planets split off, as did the drops of oil on a small scale. —
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    • which the spiritual beings revealed themselves. But what would have
    • influence in their astral bodies, who were on the alert for what emanated
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    • the original teachers revealed to mankind is possible in this day and
    • and more difficult to preserve life for three and a half days in a cataleptic
    • what had revealed itself to Moses as ehjeh asher ehjeh in the
    • through Lucifer's agency, man had proportionately coalesced with the
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    • was revealed to him through the baptism by John.
    • he pales, the blood withdraws from the outer surface. Here again is
    • in what occurred as a result of the Event of Palestine and the Mystery
    • spiritual world was revealed. But if a man opens his soul to the Christ
    • learned through the Christ impulse the same fact that had revealed itself
    • sort lies concealed behind one of the narratives in the Gospel of St.
    • the divine, the Christ Divinity, is to be revealed in and through him.
    • obvious to all and sundry. What is concealed behind a spiritual-scientific
    • this Gospel becomes for him a document revealed by Christ Jesus' own
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    • form of the Christ. In what was formerly revealed to us we must now
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    • — if rightly understood and if one knows what all lies concealed
    • tale, it is a fact that in those times a man's will, if he so desired
    • find in old Palestine within the radius then known no second Cana; and
    • nobleman's son. By what means was he healed? Here again the right answer
    • And then He healed him.
    • of the God within him revealed themselves in his blindness. Christ Jesus
    • had to be worked upon if this kind of sickness was to be healed? Not
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    • occurred in Palestine at the beginning of our era there is one in
    • means that the soul acts upon the circulatory system; in turning pale
    • you inhale air from the general air of your environment. Well, if they
    • in Palestine, narrated in the John Gospel, as something strange indeed.
    • we must keep in view. The male and female principles co-operate in the
    • as follows. Were the female principle to dominate completely, man would
    • Forces that bring about resemblance are inherent in the female principle,
    • while all that reduces it, that creates differences, lies with the male
    • that resemble each other, you have what derives from the female element;
    • distinguish the separate individuals, and this results from the male
    • influence. If the influence of the female element alone prevailed you
    • the influence of the male element were in evidence you could never recognize
    • the male and female principles co-operate can be stated as follows:
    • the influence of the male principle individualizes, specializes, separates,
    • while that of the female principle tends to generalize
    • whatever pertains to a people as a whole derives from the female element:
    • blood bonds could be given thus: they are linked with the female principle
    • to speak, with which the common blood was inoculated through the female
    • the female element of propagation. What name, then, would be applied
    • accord with the old conditions — with the female forces. This,
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    • Palestine and everything connected with it before and after, and that human
    • in man within a certain group, is to be found in the female element
    • The male element, on the other hand, passes on the distinguishing features
    • female element, governs in all that pertains to the traits we share
    • ego — derives from the father, the male element. What is it, then,
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    • also know that we inhale air with every breath; and to the question,
    • the air I inhale. He would count the air as part of himself, and would
    • have lived at one time in Palestine a couple known as Joseph and Mary,
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    • for a certain type of understanding then prevalent (we shall come back
    • Golgotha, not only was it revealed to human cognition that death is
    • death. That is what was revealed to Paul when he saw the living Christ
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    • at its root. This is really equivalent to saying that man suffers from
    • had His being — this He revealed in His Ascension to
    • the Scales; below this, the Scorpion; and still farther down: the thigh,
    • Christ through His thanksgiving when He appealed to the spheres from
    • has the equivalent of “... through (or by means of) the Lord's
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    • of Jesus of Nazareth back to Abraham to whom God revealed Himself.
    • upon and is connected with the events which occurred in Palestine
    • the outer world through Christ Jesus in Palestine.
    • God Himself. The Divinity hitherto concealed in all mankind becomes
    • Nazareth through the events in Palestine, has remained one and the
    • to and including the events in Palestine. The successors of the
    • event in Palestine. Even as the higher self is born in every human
    • Palestine. The same is preserved and further developed behind the
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    • the events in Palestine or the observations of Zarathustra, his
    • remarked: ‘Suppose Goethe's valet took some of the notes (perhaps the
    • understand these things know that spiritual truths are here concealed.
    • small scale.
    • Palestine and that other event related at the beginning of the same
    • in reality physical beauty as outwardly revealed. All other renderings
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    • planets separate off, as we saw happen on a small scale with the drop
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    • keep intensely alert for everything that might reach him from Lucifer.
    • revealed to them. The influences which proceeded from man to man were
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    • something which seems to threaten him, he grows pale, the blood
    • Christ Jesus in Palestine and the Mystery of Golgotha, that he can
    • schools and from their own observation what was concealed behind it. I
    • everyone can immediately understand them. The truth concealed behind a
    • raised from the dead. Why is this? Because he who is concealed behind
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    • like a fairy tale, it was a reality in those days that, by exercising
    • no other Cana in Palestine, in the regions that could be known at that
    • the nobleman's son. By what means is the nobleman's son healed? Here
    • course that the infirm man could be healed, or that one who had been
    • if this infirmity is to be healed? The influence must work, not upon
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    • Among the events in Palestine at the beginning of our era, there is
    • turns pale, under the experience of fear, he drives the blood back to
    • Jesus of Nazareth, this event was revealed to one whose spiritual eyes
    • But only reflect that, with every breath you draw, you inhale air from
    • Palestine as related by the Gospel of St. John, and have considered
    • Now we must bear something else in mind. The male and female elements
    • Were the female element to predominate, the development of human
    • are inherent in the female principle. All that alters the resemblance
    • and introduces differences is inherent in the male principle. When we
    • another, we may ascribe this to the female element; but in these faces
    • another; this is the male influence. If the female alone prevailed, it
    • on the other hand, if only the male element operated, you would never
    • Thus the male and female elements cooperate to the effect that the
    • male individualizes, specializes, separates, whereas the female
    • female principle. Or we might say: the forces of the woman bear along,
    • bound up with the female principle which pervades the whole folk and
    • power to wield the forces implanted by the female element in the blood
    • which were transmitted in the female element of reproduction and in
    • with the female forces according to the manner of antiquity. You must
    • a manner entirely new with the female forces. He has to do with her
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    • Palestine and everything connected therewith, before and afterwards,
    • produces similarity within a certain group, is found in the female
    • woman from generation to generation. On the other hand the male
    • present in the physical body. That is to say: the mother, the female
    • the father, the male element, predominates in all that arises from the
    • revealed to the mother in a dream (note this well) that she would have
    • events to come were revealed to the mother in the old way. Does this
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    • that man inhales air at every breath, and that this air is all around
    • everything which revealed to him in a spiritual way his dependence on
    • once lived in Palestine; these were the originators of the sect called
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    • concealed the fount of the sublimest life. The new Sun of Life would
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    • it is founded. Strictly speaking, this is equivalent to saying that
    • human being, when he resolves to live through a certain scale of
    • described to you, especially if He had revealed Himself to their
    • experiences, his ascent to a still higher world, He revealed to those
    • born blind and healed by Himself, the offences committed by the man in
    • Luke; how the truths revealed by Buddha came to light again, in a new
    • Cosmos will be revealed to us. This gives us a deeper and ever deeper
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    • it saw in the pictures contained in myths, fairy-tales and legends. So
    • that in old, genuinely old myths, fairy-tales and legends, more knowledge,
    • living. Plato, Socrates, possibly also Thales and Pericles, are men
    • flings the burning torch on the day when Alexander the Great is born
    • — the man who is all personality! Alexander the Great stands there
    • A profound truth lies behind this. In the Greco-Latin epoch, Alexander
    • the physical plane, is Aristotle, the teacher of Alexander the Great.
    • circumstance: Alexander and Aristotle standing, like Gilgamish and Eabani,
    • epoch there is carried over, as it were, by Alexander the Great but
    • of Alexander, there was established an the scene of Egypto-Chaldean
    • culture Alexandria itself, the city founded by Alexander in 332
    • together did indeed converge on Alexandria, the city established an
    • Alexandria outlasted the
    • beginnings of Christianity. Indeed it was in Alexandria that the factors
    • Mosaic-Hebrew stream. They interpenetrated one another in Alexandria.
    • to conceive that the culture of Alexandria which was built entirely
    • Alexander the Great. For now, through the very existence of
    • assumed a personal character. The personalities we find in Alexandria
    • working in Alexandria seem to be embodiments of ancient wisdom transformed
    • is transformed into personal forcefulness in the men in Alexandria.
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    • conceptions which are so prevalent in the present age and make it impossible
    • in the characters of legends and fairy-tales, have interpreters of the
    • as shameful. Thus, in face of what the City Goddess had revealed to
    • back into history that this is revealed even more clearly. We shall
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    • have of Alexander, and of Aristotle, in the Greco-Latin epoch. We follow
    • their individualities back into the past. From Alexander we must go
    • projected as it were on the physical plane, appears as Alexander; behind
    • Siddhartha Buddha and Jesus in the realm of the spiritual, and Alexander
    • revealed by Blavatsky in her earliest period, from out of the Rosicrucian
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    • as a kind of norm for measuring the ground on a larger scale. And in
    • The behaviour of the men of Alexandria towards Hypatia gave us a picture
    • of the so-called Neo-Platonic School and with pupils of the men of Alexandria,
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    • were revealed to Oberlin are among the most significant in this domain
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    • the East of what Alexander subsequently carried back to it from the
    • and of Thales, work on, but also the actual teachings of the guardians
    • question, Thales, Plato and even Aristotle would have answered: Search
    • of history is revealed by the transition from Michelangelo to Galileo.
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    • occultism, is concealed from us in the fundamental depths of its
    • reality of what is concealed behind the illusion of warmth, behind
    • concealed secret world free from space and time, free from things and
    • knowledge reveal itself? How is that which comes to us revealed when
    • the Sun-existence must lie concealed within that of the Earth; and
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    • the world of reality, is at first concealed, as the inner forces of a
    • lake or even of the ocean are concealed in the body of water, and
  • Title: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Occultism
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    • with natural talents or with particularly favourable conditions of
    • unmanifest and unrevealed, the light that is dark and does not shine.
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    • What exactly is revealed is not for us of very great importance. It
    • standing over against the divine world, which must be revealed to him.
    • revealer, a founder of a religion, can clothe the divine revelations
    • Hast thou thy countenance revealed in fire.
    • does, to whom is then revealed the unspoken word and the super-sensible
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    • will be needed for giving the name of “Scales” (Libra)
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    • “within” comes to an end. This fifth member is called Scales
    • the hand do we not often see revealed something of the inner character
    • the sense that they relate one sex to the other. The organ of the male
    • the female. We have, therefore, to speak of the reproductive organs as
    • We come next to what is called the Scales (Libra), the place of
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    • 4:9 And he brought him to Jerusalem, and set him on a pinnacle of the temple, and said unto him, If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down from hence: \
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    • especially in the case of the male human being, the real centre and
    • And the same is true whether we are speaking of male or female body.
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    • of Lucifer, that he is as it were healed a little from the seductive
    • revealed to us are of course external. For the Buddha lives —
    • of scales could be held in balance at more than one point. Seen from
    • Word becomes gradually revealed in man in his soul nature. And
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    • world of sense become changed for us, and something is revealed to us
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    • revealed. You will find this set forth, for example, in my
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    • pale and dim, after even a few days, is what you have received in the
    • — where are they now. How pale are our memories! When you
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    • more new ideas springing up. The time of Thales marks the rise of
  • Title: Gospel of Mark: Lecture 1
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    • into new incarnations. This is revealed with Hector in Hamlet
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    • compare the sugary sentimental method of study prevalent
    • Hebrew people founded their kingdom in Palestine. That
    • free again by Alexander the Great?
    • again by Alexander the Great. What then remained was the
    • be healed from their demonic possession, those in whom demons
    • 1:2 Thus saith Cyrus king of Persia, The LORD God of heaven hath given me all the kingdoms of the earth; and he hath charged me to build him an house at Jerusalem, which is in Judah. \
    • 1:3 Who is there among you of all his people? his God be with him, and let him go up to Jerusalem, which is in Judah, and build the house of the LORD God of Israel, (he is the God,) which is in Jerusalem. \
    • 1:4 And whosoever remaineth in any place where he sojourneth, let the men of his place help him with silver, and with gold, and with goods, and with beasts, beside the freewill offering for the house of God that is in Jerusalem. \
    • 1:5 Then rose up the chief of the fathers of Judah and Benjamin, and the priests, and the Levites, with all them whose spirit God had raised, to go up to build the house of the LORD which is in Jerusalem. \
    • 1:7 Also Cyrus the king brought forth the vessels of the house of the LORD, which Nebuchadnezzar had brought forth out of Jerusalem, and had put them in the house of his gods; \
    • 1:11 All the vessels of gold and of silver were five thousand and four hundred. All these did Sheshbazzar bring up with them of the captivity that were brought up from Babylon unto Jerusalem. \
    • centuries following the conquests of Alexander, a
    • Alexander himself did not play any significant part in
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    • 21:8 So she wrote letters in Ahab\'s name, and sealed them with his seal, and sent the letters unto the elders and to the nobles that were in his city, dwelling with Naboth. \
    • nature, active in rain and sunshine. This is revealed ever
    • quite a different effect when one healed by means of
    • quite different. In those days physicians usually healed in
    • during this era of the fading light, but that He healed with
    • aided you. Go in peace and be healed from your
    • cured as the healers of earlier times stood before those from
    • healer streamed into him. But now, when it depended on the
    • They would have expected such a healer to have said,
    • the person who healed. Therefore Christ went on further to
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    • that Socrates actually appealed to the independence and to
    • revealed to his pupils what he had received through his
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    • person of Krishna what also was revealed by others before
    • to keep secret what Krishna revealed in an external way, to
    • But that is a delusion; with every breath we inhale and
    • exhale spirit. The spirit that lives in the air we breathe
    • whom all life comes, was being inhaled. In the same way that
    • Chronicle can there be rediscovered what was then revealed to
    • appeared and revealed them so that they could be preserved
    • human soul belongs to the world revealed by Krishna.
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    • It was the special talent of Oriental wisdom, pre-Christian
    • revealed to them; and we may say that in a certain sense when
    • revealed at the beginning of the theosophical movement. But
    • Palestine. But we are ahead of you for we have many
    • pretend that only one fulcrum is needed for a pair of scales,
    • the other; and moreover that the pair of scales can be
    • nonsense — a pair of scales can have only one fulcrum.
    • still concealed within the body; it does not wish to emerge
    • as, for example, when he possesses a marked talent for
    • not appear only to those who were living then in Palestine,
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    • and blood have not revealed it to you but my Father in the
    • (Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealeMatt. 16:17)?
    • the spirit of initiation prevalent among other peoples. These
    • that was to be revealed to the people through the baptism of
    • trace it not only in Palestine where the Mystery of Golgotha
    • Thales, Anaximenes, Anaximander and Heraclitus,
    • could say, a last trace of true clairvoyant vision. Thales
    • where he describes Thales, Anaximander,
    • concepts in Thales or Heraclitus who use such concepts as
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    • the God who had been revealed through Moses. This was truly a
    • over from Greece to Palestine and the call that answered it,
    • they understand immediately what was revealed to them. But
    • Jesus went with His disciples from Bethany to Jerusalem, and
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    • 10:6 But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. \
    • of Alexandria. The Romans could have had some understanding
    • over Palestine, but were beginning to spread over the greater
    • is concealed in the artistic composition especially of the
    • actual occult background that lies concealed behind the words
    • decisive passage when Christ Jesus is approaching Jerusalem,
    • the Sabbath was over Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of
    • circumstances, when He first shows himself to Mary Magdalene.
    • Then afterward, “He revealed Himself in another form to
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    • failing to participate in what happened in Palestine on the
    • had been accomplished in Jerusalem as the Mystery of
    • Peter's pupil. He moved to Alexandria in Egypt and lived
    • Jewish-philosophical-theosophical learning in Alexandria had
    • reached a certain culmination. He could take up in Alexandria
    • what had happened at Jerusalem. The events described were
    • executioners in Jerusalem. He stood there in the form that
    • out with regard to the difference between male and female,
    • pointing out the fact that to some extent the female element
    • crudely, his brain is harder. The female brain is softer, not
    • for many truly obstinate heads sit on many a female body
    • true that it is easier to make use of a female brain if one
    • the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of
    • appeared; and only afterward to the male disciples. True
    • time as the events in Palestine were incapable of
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    • a time. You do not read aloud, but you follow the ideas with alert
    • reveal this unless at the moment when it is being revealed there is
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    • physiognomy may still lack definition, but very much can be revealed
    • love and those leading to speech — in the male this comes to
    • world. Man is revealed to us as a being occupying a place of great
    • significance and destination of man are revealed to us.
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    • thinking and feeling prevalent in his day. This poem particularly
    • Salerno, the most celebrated school of medicin