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- Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
- the being of Elijah appeared again in Lazarus-John — who are in truth one
- underwent when, through the Initiation of Christ Jesus, he, Lazarus, became
- completely yielded up and was only present through what Lazarus-John gave to
- Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
- sickness of Lazarus. But the sickness was not unto Death; it was unto
- Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
- again; therefore Jesus cannot have raised Lazarus from the
- miracle, — was unable to raise Lazarus from the dead, if
- Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
- the effrontery to describe the Raising of Lazarus as having
- Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
- initiation of Lazarus. It makes us realize how we can always find
- Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VII: The Gospel of St. John
- The Raising of Lazarus may be regarded as a moment of transition from
- death of Lazarus. “The disciple whom Jesus loved” is he who
- Lazarus who came forth from the tomb after his initiation; he lived
- Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
- awakening of Lazarus.
- describes the awakening of Lazarus. Previously he has shown
- devachanic plane. John goes through it. John is Lazarus, and
- raising of Lazarus is the awakening of John who wrote the
- everything up to the chapter on the raising of Lazarus and
- you will find no mention of John anywhere. Consider Lazarus
- loved.” Regarding Lazarus, you find the same words
- Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
- St. John. We saw that the Lazarus miracle represents the
- call to mind the Lazarus miracle in connection with the
- when it is said that Lazarus lay three days in the grave. The
- Lazarus miracle is thus the scene of an initiation. The
- achieved this deep feeling that Lazarus had, he experiences
- so. For he is the risen Lazarus.
- Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture V: Results of Spiritual Scientific Investigations of the Evolution of Humanity: II
- body was similar to that of Lazarus. This was also the
- Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Ten
- Lazarus, Christ Himself ‘raised’, ‘awakened’,
- Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Two: The Unveiling of Spiritual Truths
- of Lazarus. Thus the Lazarus issue, as represented in my
- Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
- resurrection of Lazarus. There such a man like Gförer
- experienced and understood it, but the Lazarus miracle must
- must understand the Lazarus miracle only correctly. Let us
- Lazarus miracle is nothing else than the miraculous and
- of the New Testament. Christ waked up Lazarus as an initiate
- Lazarus slumbers the deeper human being who has the ability and
- Lazarus, so that the divine that rested in Lazarus could be
- in Lazarus the first to know from own inner observation who
- Lazarus miracle — miraculous only to anyone who cannot
- you in the Lazarus miracle if you have the light only, which
- human being. In the same way, the illness of Lazarus is
- human being, in Lazarus.
- Title: History of Art: Lecture 11: Fourth and Fifth Post-Atlantean Epochs, Medieval Art in the Middle, West, and South of Europe
- Lazarus there, resting in the lap of his sister!
- Lazarus looks, etc.. This he had to paint. That was prescribed, not
- Title: History of Art: Lecture 12: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
- it begins above with “Awakening of Lazarus”. Then you see
- Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 12
- Sun Word becomes audible, as it did to Lazarus —
- Title: Mystery Trinity: Part 2, Lecture III
- Lazarus sickness. The sickness was not unto death but rather for
- Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
- Waking of Lazarus. So that this Lazarus problem therefore, as
- Title: Gospel of John (Basle): Lecture V
- (man was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. \
- 2 (It was that Mary which anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.) \
- 5 Now Jesus loved Martha, and her sister, and Lazarus. \
- 11 These things said he: and after that he saith unto them, Our friend Lazarus sleepeth; but I go, that I may awake him out of sleep. \
- 14 Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus is dead. \
- 43 And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth. \
- raising of Lazarus on the fourth day. It is also said of
- Lazarus that the Lord loved him
- of Lazarus lay as if dead in the grave, his etheric body was
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
- The Raising of Lazarus
- THE RAISING OF LAZARUS
- Lazarus. With this chapter the whole Gospel falls into two
- that all that follows the chapter on the raising of Lazarus
- “raising of Lazarus?”
- you that following the narration of the raising of Lazarus
- of Lazarus. And subsequently we find many passages which
- raising of Lazarus so provoke these opponents? Why does the
- and the neophyte was the one who is called Lazarus.
- represents initiation. The individuality Lazarus had to be
- Lord loved Lazarus.” What does “to love”
- initiated pupil. The Lord Himself had initiated Lazarus and
- as an initiate Lazarus arose from the grave, which means from
- the Gospel refers. He is the risen Lazarus himself and the
- of Lazarus. Before the raising, an initiate of the old order
- for this is the risen Lazarus. Only thus do we grasp the real
- Therefore when Christ-Jesus initiated Lazarus, they looked
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
- Lazarus. If you will read the Gospel of St. John carefully,
- treats of the raising of Lazarus is there any mention of the
- comes after the raising of Lazarus in which this Disciple is
- of Lazarus.” Still, a theologian ought to know! In
- Lazarus” is a communication of weighty matters, but
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Baptism with Water and the Baptism with Fire and Spirit.
- John, behind the story of Lazarus.
- about this story of Lazarus — an incredible amount; but only those
- Christ Jesus was told that Lazarus lay sick, He replied:
- divine that is in Christ is to flow over into the individuality of Lazarus;
- the resurrection of Lazarus in this sense does it become wholly clear.
- with the "life" which was supposed to have left Lazarus and
- to reappear in Lazarus. You have but to take everything literally, especially
- Lazarus, what does He bring to bear? What is it that passes over into
- Lazarus? It is the Christ impulse, the force flowing forth from the
- Christ. What Christ gave Lazarus was the life. Indeed, Christ
- so Lazarus lay in a deathlike state for the same period; but Christ
- to a higher life: that during this period Lazarus had beheld the spiritual
- Lazarus received into himself the Christ force, the vision of the Christ.
- Christ pours his force into Lazarus, and Lazarus arises another man.
- noteworthy word in the St. John Gospel: in the story of the Lazarus
- mystery it is said that the Lord “loved” Lazarus; and the
- is Lazarus after his resurrection? He is himself the writer of the John
- Gospel, Lazarus, who had been initiated by Christ. Christ had poured
- the message of His own being into the being of Lazarus in order that
- Lazarus. But you must read carefully and not be misled by those curious
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- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: The Initiation Mysteries.
- necessary to create a sort of transition in the resurrection of Lazarus.
- in the case of Lazarus, but you should clearly understand that this
- state differed from the one passed through by the old initiates. Lazarus'
- you can gather that Christ had associated with Lazarus and his sisters
- and powerful influence on Lazarus, who had thereby been adequately prepared
- Christ-Impulse. So for the outer world Lazarus was as though dead, so
- Lazarus, come forth.
- The resurrected Lazarus,
- disciple, into the resurrected Lazarus. So it can be said that the astral
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Artistic Composition of the Gospel of St. John.
- back-ground we now know, mentions precisely seven up to the Lazarus
- signs, the initiation of Lazarus, the transformation of Lazarus into
- of Lazarus, where we find still another increase in the Christ force.
- up to the description of the Raising of Lazarus; but only one who can
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: What Occurred at the Baptism?
- before the Raising of Lazarus and try to visualize some of the disclosures
- That is what precedes the Raising of Lazarus.
- composition. Notice that up to the Raising of Lazarus, not only is a
- by one whom Christ Himself had initiated, by the risen Lazarus “whom
- whom the Lord loved. It was the risen Lazarus who bequeathed us the
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: The Harmonization of the Inner Forces of Man through the Christ-Impulse.
- the chapter on the Raising of Lazarus. Thus we saw that Christ's task was
- “whom the Lord loved”, Lazarus-John, whom He Himself had
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XIV: The Earth as Christ's Body and as a New Light Center.
- pupils and disciples whom He himself had initiated: Lazarus-John. Hence
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VII
- initiation of this kind is veiled by the story of Lazarus in the
- Much, very much has been written about this Lazarus story. But it has
- will now quote one characteristic sentence from the story of Lazarus.
- When Christ was informed that Lazarus was ill, He replied: ‘The
- individuality of Lazarus, that the divinity, the Christ-divinity,
- shall be made manifest in and through Lazarus.
- The awakening of Lazarus becomes perfectly clear to us if understood
- when there was question of the ‘life’ that had fled from Lazarus, and
- to Lazarus. You must take everything literally, especially in the
- bring when He comes to raise Lazarus from the dead? What passes from
- Him to Lazarus? The Christ-impulse, the power which flows from Christ!
- Life is bestowed upon Lazarus by Christ, as He indeed said: ‘The
- half days, and the God in them then became manifest, so too Lazarus
- Lazarus meantime beheld the spiritual world. And inasmuch as Christ is
- the leader of that spiritual world, Lazarus had been filled with the
- devoted exclusively to the Lazarus miracle.) Christ poured out His
- power upon Lazarus and Lazarus arose a new man. A word in St. John's
- that the Lord ‘loved’ Lazarus. The same word is used for the disciple
- Who was Lazarus after he had risen from the dead? He was none other
- than the writer of the Gospel of St. John, the Lazarus who was
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- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VIII
- should be provided through the resurrection of Lazarus. Lazarus was in
- describe. With Lazarus this withdrawal happened in a natural way. You
- learn from the Gospel itself that Christ had associated with Lazarus
- powerful influence on Lazarus, who was sufficiently prepared and ripe
- powerful influence of the Christ-impulse. Lazarus was, as it were,
- ‘Lazarus, come forth!’
- The resurrected Lazarus was, as we have seen, John, or rather the
- disciple, to the resurrected Lazarus. Thus it is as though the astral
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture IX
- seven miracles up to the Raising of Lazarus. (The significance of this
- 7. The greatest of the signs, the initiation of Lazarus the
- transformation of Lazarus into the writer of the Gospel of St. John.
- Raising of Lazarus. Here we have yet another increase in the
- Raising of Lazarus. But only one who knows how to read it and who
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture X
- chapter before the raising of Lazarus and consider the passage:
- may take it again. This precedes the raising of Lazarus.
- the raising of Lazarus there is not only a wonderful climax of power
- Himself the risen Lazarus, whom the Lord loved, of whom it is
- The risen Lazarus has transmitted the Gospel to us, and he alone was
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XI
- including the chapter on the raising of Lazarus. We saw how it was
- disciple ‘whom the Lord loved’, Lazarus-John, whom He had Himself
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XIV
- Lazarus-John. Hence this was the only disciple who understood in full
- Title: Lecture VIII: Man in the Light of Occultism
- Lazarus. You will find it was an initiation that Christ then
- Lazarus was initiated by Christ.
- Title: History of Art: Lecture XI: Fourth and Fifth Post-Atlantean Epochs, Medieval Art in the Middle, West, and South of Europe
- tradition. Lazarus resting in the bosom of this mother!
- Saint Lazarus looked like, Saint Magdalene and so on; they had
- Title: History of Art: Lecture XII: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
- of Lazarus. You then see the continuation, to the right of the
- we have physical forms: Moses, Peter, the Lord Himself, Lazarus
- Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
- the Lazarus miracle among others is given in
- Title: Das Fünfte Evangelium: Dritter Vortrag, Kristiania (Oslo), 3. Oktober 1913
- sich nicht, die Auferweckung des Lazarus wie eine Art
- Title: Das Fünfte Evangelium: Erster Vortrag, Berlin, 21. Oktober 1913
- Title: Matthaus-Evangelium: Zwolfter Vortrag
- den Christus Jesus selbst eingeweihten Lazarus. Dazu soll die
- Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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- 21. Giotto: The Raising of Lazarus.
- Title: History of Art: Lecture VIII: Raphael and the Northern Artists
- 46. Lucas Moser. The Voyage of Mary and Lazarus.
- 46. Lucas Moser. The Voyage of Mary and Lazarus.
- Title: The Fifth Gospel: Lecture III
- describe the resurrection of Lazarus as a kind of fraud
- Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture XII
- heard by Lazarus, he who had been initiated by Christ Jesus
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