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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • be noted that most people require the aid of a personal teacher in
    • to be said because in this present age so much of this sort of thing
    • and to him who is not afraid of trials and hardships, the gate will be
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • existence. And it is just this that is often and rightly said against
    • the Post Office, Nagler said, ‘Well, if people want to throw
    • it if railways were built. The learned gentlemen said it was
    • physiologist, who has said some good things, but who, on the other
    • said about the difference between man and woman! Everywhere today you
    • cultural history and hold to what has always been said — that
    • which a lot was said concerning human rights. There they debated to
    • culture. One looked at it differently in every way. This is not said
    • physiology. Perhaps what is said there is incorrect; but even if it
    • Goethe speaking from the depths of soul, once said, ‘The
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • has been said recently that it is no longer possible to be a
    • “Well,” said the doctor,
    • Basically, as has been said, inner body heat is
    • It can be said that man owes everything that
    • light. It might be said that the chief effect of tea is to let
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • occult investigation to our aid. Here another polarity confronts us
    • of view. We might ask: what is there to be said about ideation,
    • asleep in the normal way. It can therefore be said: ordinary sleep is
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • people. Do we not often hear it said: “Oh, ideas and thoughts
    • thought, it is not a reality. Why is this said? It is because what man
    • If we connect this with what was said previously concerning the two
    • intellectuality, but the Gods must come to our aid if we are to
    • possible only by considering on the one hand what was said previously
    • of what was said about turning our attention to the corresponding
    • reason of all that has been said concerning the nature of Jesus of
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances made by culture
    • things. Even when building palaces they summoned nature to their aid
    • the external world is contrived with the aid of products of
    • spread abroad. Schopenhauer said, “To preach morality is easy;
    • Earth's moral atmosphere. But then, so it was said, in 5,000 years
    • in the physical body or whether it has been laid aside. Understanding
    • life but is of essential value when we have laid aside the physical
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • what is said not only for, but also against, an issue to be able, as it
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • is commonly said, “This fact can be known; that other cannot.”
    • Similarly, it can be said that did the soul not inwardly experience
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • the past man looked at the Mystery of Golgotha and said, "No matter how
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Being walked upon the Earth of whom it may be said, “By virtue of this
    • It has been said repeatedly, and is well known to you, that in
    • It may be said, therefore, that there were three Archangel-lives in
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • had to be said to mankind. In the forming of the word-movement lies
    • It may well be said that “The Light-giving Thought did indeed shine
    • And now there is still something more to be said, as we are standing
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • to his own devices. The spirit who said, as related in the Bible, “Your
    • not have perceived red in his environment. Or he would have said, “Oh,
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • consider it heretical. Justin said, “Heraclites, Socrates and Plato were
    • can come to true unselfishness. The senses have said, “Not I, but
    • Christ in us.” The vital organs have said, “Not I, but Christ
    • Word of Christ. He said, “I am with you always, even unto the end of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • The only possible objection to what I've just said is that the
    • earth-lives. He said somewhat as follows: “Is this teaching to be
    • Can it be said that when Copernicus was arriving at his concept of the
    • Let me mention a symptomatic instance. St. Augustine said that there
    • thing? We get a sense of why he said it when we see in reading Plato,
    • Plato that seem harsh have come down to us. He said that human souls
    • Golgotha. The Christ came, as He said, “from above,” but He
    • addition.” If we now insist that the man hasn't paid his debt because
    • what it has to say about Christianity can be said by spiritual science
    • What was Giordano Bruno actually saying to his listeners? He said,
    • will not be afraid that knowledge might undermine his faith.
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • delay the hasty Russian mobilization. Her representatives said later
    • present, influencing human development on earth. Much could be said to
    • simple country girl, The Maid of Orleans. It was she who caused the
    • itself into the subconscious of the Maid of Orleans and inspiring her
    • occurred in the Maid of Orleans by way of natural initiation and ask
    • into the Maid of Orleans before her physical birth, as if by way of
    • Little was said, but the events spoke for themselves. In contrast,
    • said. These statements are not made to say something derogatory about
    • world. Later, the Christ impulse became active in the Maid of
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • said of the people who are particularly sensitive. In the sixth epoch,
    • prepare for the second, ancient Persian epoch. But this may be said
    • materialistic consciousness have laid hold of the human being. This
    • Soloviev has said: “There may be people who think it illogical
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • may be paralyzed and counter-balanced with the aid of a suitable
    • which govern the world are grasped deeply and earnestly with the aid
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • natural science is correctly fathomed it may be said that such science leads
    • speak of human life. It may be said that natural science has in a sense
    • things which are being said today in this connection are a result of the same
    • Building at Dornach.” I shall not repeat what I said in that lecture, but
    • be laid on the point that even at the stage Spiritual Science has reached
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • important events of the present time. What I said then had also a
    • Even what I lately said about the configuration of philosophical
    • Two mysteries (as I said, we can speak of these things only within
    • As I said again only the other day, that which calls itself Science
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • something of which I said just now that one can speak of it only with deep
    • said, not to encourage pessimism, but as a call to awakening, an
    • something concrete. I recently said: An essential impulse in human
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • things here said proceed from the fountain-head of the Spirit, and are
    • how of what is said — has utterly failed to recognise what is
    • opposite direction. Nevertheless, it is a duty and responsibility laid
    • badly laid, and for the moment its own progress will be delayed.
    • consciously. But for the moment the permanent way is badly laid, and
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • which take this totality into account. I said yesterday in my public
    • in opposition to anti-social forces? What is really required? I said
    • of life as is often done today, we are not afraid to look back quietly
    • dominate the labour world for the simple reason that he wrote and said
    • understood out of the Spirit. People are afraid, cover their eyes and
    • to accuse or to acquit. Rather, they must be said, because on the one
    • it said by the greater number of Anglo-Americans initiated into the
    • following was said: — “The State must be abolished in Russia, so
    • often said that just in our age a reappearance of the Etheric Christ
    • give me the power to aid the free development of the human being, to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • I laid special stress upon the existence of a radical contrast in
    • strange phenomenon. I said that Hermann Grimm — for whom I have
    • — the majority of them at any rate. For it can truly be said that of
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • the best that has been said at this level of scholarship. From the
    • must be said that this culture was empty of spirit. And because of
    • perceived. And why not? When all is said and done, nobody can detach
    • not, of course, go to the lengths of the scientific thinker who said:
    • Something I once said here is connected with this. (One must always
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • be said that super-sensible knowledge is becoming more and more
    • similar, though, can be said about the forces of man's normal nature,
    • instance, they are proud of the visual aids used in primary school
    • These visual aid lessons get frightfully trivial and trite. It is bound to
    • You must pay attention to the way things have to be said, to the way
    • and he said that nearly every chapter was pure
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the human organism as such. It is said: Yes, the human being draws in
    • When we turn to consider waking life, from what has been said we shall
    • entirely in it. Insufficient attention is paid to this, because people
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • We also studied consciousness at its different levels. As I said
    • in our dreams it comes to expression in pictures. I said that we may
    • world-order? As has been said so often, the prevailing world-view
    • I said yesterday actually underlies the outer tone conveyed in the
    • air. I said that the air is only the body of the tone, and anyone who
    • I have said that ‘moral intuitions’ are
    • regarded this reflection as the sun. For as I have so often said,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • is nothing but will. I have laid particular emphasis on this in the
    • explained? — In a previous lecture I said that the life of
    • super-sensible conceptions to our aid. We move an arm; but the
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • unknown gods should come to the aid of human beings without their active
    • involvement, and that such aid should come just where human beings consider
    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • nothing at all is said with this “a priori”! A meaning
    • future when it has laid aside the physical body after death. These
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • T will be clear, I think, from what has been said on earlier
    • not see it. And that, they said, is for him a blessing. Man is
    • What was it of which the men of olden times were afraid? What was it
    • I laid stress in my
    • the inner being of Nature. They were afraid lest he be hurt in his
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • The men of old paid particular heed to the training of the will; we
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • excessive egotism — if all this is possible, what is there to be said
    • permeates our limbs, our entire organism. The most that can be said is
    • seers, something of which they said: Of its essential nature it is not
    • said with regard to the experience of silence, or of tone and sound.
    • been said in connection with the experiences of light and of darkness.
    • ancient teachings said: Let it not be uttered — for sinful is the
    • Palladium. It was said that the Palladium had once been in Troy and
    • Constantinople, and which, as it is said, will be carried still
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • eminently concrete changes into abstraction. It might be said: as long
    • It might be said that all poetry has in it something which makes it
    • It might be said that what belongs to the alphabet was applied later
    • It may be said that if a Man could look through himself inwardly he
    • through my being an echo of all that is said by the signs of the
    • formed of all that is said by the planetary spheres and this echo is
    • Nothing is said, my dear friends, by repeating that Man consists of
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • The child will quite naturally follow and be guided by what is said to
    • Therefore, as I have also said, we can describe the change of teeth as
    • and death. Long before this, as I said, we were beings of soul and
    • distinguishable in his astral body. Man, as I have said, builds for
    • aforesaid process is taking place in the etheric body, this highly
    • This process, as I said, begins when the child learns to speak —
    • I said just now, throughout the astral body. But there is a perpetual
    • spirit, when he has laid aside the physical and the etheric forms. Now,
    • As I said, this astral body comes by degrees to contain an
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • Yet delight in beauty must be paid for at the cost of realizing that
    • to unite oneself with the world of which I said, it is ever present.
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • they said, true man does not exist on earth. To grasp the intellectual
    • man is able to develop an awareness of what St. Paul meant when he said
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • process. It could also be said that the breathing process is a
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • It could indeed be said that the greatest progress imaginable in medicine
    • penetrate into what is actually meant with this membering. He said: these
    • Nothing will here be said against the bacterial theory which to a certain
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • I may remind you first of what I said in former lectures here
    • Yet as I said in those earlier lectures, that which goes on for man
    • as was said of old, the true Temple of the Godhead — of the Divine
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • those who were willing — as I have said before — to
    • impiles, when it is said by a man like Paul. Why could Paul not be
    • have said: We can form the Earth out of Saturn, Sun and Moon. But if
    • awakened through the Gospels. Today very little is said concerning an
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Manicheanism laid such great stress on purity. The Cathari were a sect
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • The Gnostics desired something similar. They said, “Gnosis is
    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
    • example, have said that there is as much of true science as there is
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • discipline and control. This must be said, for it is the reason why it
    • mention this in parenthesis only. What I have said to-day about
    • spiritual world. This is not said in order to decry material
    • asleep, and again at the moment of waking. (As I have said, this
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
    • who die, the reverse may be said. Those who are older do not lose us.
    • passed away, I have often said that it is not the task of
    • — not only by remembering things he said which meant a great deal
    • from the spiritual world itself. Do not, therefore, be afraid of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • convolution, which is beautifully formed, as I said before. On the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • interesting and important have only to be said, and at once they are
    • are truths of the kind indicated recently when I said: the Greeks
    • here. For instance, we have said: the realms of the senses, as they
    • said that during the Old Moon period our present sense-organs were
    • transformation of the senses. The life-processes, I said,
    • been said here. With Schiller it seems that the process has been
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • feeling for the culture of middle Europe. Herman Grimm once said that
    • said to himself: A lot of people go in for philosophising, and that is
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • a matter of course. Today it is said: If we bring about a right social
    • Today, as I have often said, one reads critical judgments written by
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • it has to be said: a turning-point in the history of mankind has come
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • true to reality. It could not possibly have been said in this poem
    • said: No-one will be able in old age to bestow blessing upon others,
    • caught in the toils of present day education when they hear it said:
    • aid us and to work with us.
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • it is said that the Greek's life of thought consisted in an actual
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • In speaking of the Saturn influences, I said that it is a question of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • already clear it can be said that a crystal of common salt is
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • passes through the gate of Death. Then, when he has laid aside his
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • but we could not walk. Similar things would need to be said about the
    • and we are born speechless, and even thoughtless. It cannot be said
    • what is said there about the eye or ear; or you read it for yourself.
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • said to be healthy. This objection was actually made. Such a thing is
    • from this how true it is — what I have always said — that
    • permeated everywhere by morality. You need only remember what I said:
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
    • It cannot be said often enough that in the years between 14 and 18 we
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • the raw material. If you construct a machine, you have laid the spirit that
    • his name. And here let it be said that the Masters, as a rule, are not
    • I have said this in
    • evolution, and when all is said and done they are connected with necessary
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • often be said that things are dreamed of in a way in which the
    • the entrance into the body. When, as has been said, someone
    • said, these dream-pictures are not authoritative, for the same
    • second stage of sleep, as I have said, we find in the surging
    • to our aid. The human being can enter into the inner being of
    • need not have died had Christ come to their aid. This was felt,
    • who has become god in unrighteousness, who has laid aside the
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • out the Spirit from it, by that art of which I said just now that it
    • said: the Ego and astral body of man, which from falling asleep to
    • have said during the day, from waking to falling asleep — but in
    • morning. In a silent language we repeat all that we have said from
    • laid aside the etheric body as such; when after some days this
    • more. As I have often said, Man has become more and more intellectual
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • this aright it must be said: The Gnosis conceived that while man was
    • as it were, of human evolution. This Gnostic conception may be said
    • the whole of mankind. Yet it must be said that side by side with the
    • called upon to enter into those factors which have laid hold of human
    • incredulous of all that was said to have lived as Divine Substance in
    • to-day, as we have said, rise in full freedom to spiritual vision
    • to keep the rule of silence — a rule laid down by circumstances
    • Infant Jesus create the stars?” He said: This is not strictly
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • to-day we hear it said in academic circles: ‘To such and such a point
    • stated it in words. On another occasion he said something similar in
    • Legends and myths are not the phantasies they are said to be by
    • level of those times. And they said that such Beings had retained the
    •  All, it is said, is known to thee.”
    • sagas and myths. To begin with, as we have said, love was bound up
    • said to the pupils of the Grail: ‘Look at the plant. Its flower may
    • it was further said: ‘Verily, Plato spoke truly when he said that the
    • said to himself: The art which is living in me as an ideal must at the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • I HAVE said on many occasions that at the time when medieval culture
    • cannot be said to rule or direct the other Ideas. All Ideas bear a
    • lived at the beginning of the third century A.D. It is said that
    • understood — is said of Ammonius Saccas, namely that he tried to
    • Plato and Aristotle. He said: Plato belonged to an epoch when many
    • Divine Spirit. Plato said in effect: the Ideas are the lowest
    • Plato and Aristotle — so said Ammonius Saccas — except that
    • earthly Powers. — Iamblichus also said to his pupils: The three
    • three hundred and sixty heavenly Powers. Just as to-day man is said to
    • Iamblichus. He said: There are three hundred and sixty heavenly
    • orders. Look to the far East — so said Iamblichus — and you
    • Jesus in the form of an abstract dogma laid down by the Councils and
    • laid on the human personality of the ‘Galilean.’
    • who said that anyone who claimed to have knowledge of the
    • was said to be a sermon of the Apostle Peter, whereas it was actually
    • a forgery. In this document it was said: Behold the godless Hellenes!
    • assuredly possessed by a demon. Read what has been said on the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • that we should orient ourselves with the aid of encompassing
    • which can be observed with the aid of that science that is linked up
    • physical world, is willing to contemplate with the aid of its
    • is the tongue? — Well, he said that the tongue is a cuttlefish.
    • spiritual world. What aids these spiritual beings in their work?
    • details, whereas if all this had to be formed with the aid of our
    • be grasped ... but let me show you, with the aid of a comparison, how
    • grew so nervous that he said all manner of things that sounded like
    • be said at this meeting, simply because to-day things present such an
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • detailed account of what Rudolf Steiner said on so many occasions about
    • the fullest and most detailed account of what Rudolf Steiner said on
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • future have been laid down in the past. The temple of the future is
    • differ from all its predecessors. We now come back to what was said
    • heard this morning when the lecturer so graphically said that the
    • there, said something in his Presidential Address which often comes
    • assure you that little has been said to me through the course of the
    • are presented to us in many different forms. As I once said, we have
    • age. And whatever may be said against these things from the point of
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Primal Semites was allotted the special mission laid down in the law
    • Manu said to himself: peoples who know nothing of reincarnation will
    • development of personality. Among the Persians, emphasis was laid
    • Subrace (the Greco-Roman) the innermost essence of personality is laid
    • secret cult. They said, “The Christ as presented by the Western
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • in this respect? It was such that he might have said: “I,
    • spiritual insight will find it as I have said. He will see at the
    • reason the earliest Christian authors said that the most ancient
    • they said: We still behold Him in the spiritual worlds, but His
    • sense. Deep in the subconscious they said to themselves, we have
    • preserved, but spiritual Science can re-discover what Christ said to
    • But now there came the Christ Himself, and said: I will
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • If you will remind yourselves of some of the things I have said in
    • history at school or at the university, we are, he said, exhorted to
    • although it must be said that the understanding generally brought to
    • Hermann Grimm showed a true and sure instinct, when he said that we
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • civilisation and its offshoots have paid attention to one fragment
    • evolutionary process. It was said that another, more purely spiritual
    • centuries of Christendom. It was said that Jehovah united with matter
    • said to be due to Achamoth.
    • Aeon of a very high rank. This Aeon — so it was said
    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • merely in assimilating knowledge that has already been laid down as a
    • us try now to summarise what has been said. Throughout many centuries
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • Let us now return to what I said before. Our relation to the
    • will reckon especially with what I have now said; there will be a
    • while in reality they are not. St. Paul said that sin came into the
    • from the very laws that are made. But, as I said, such a thing can
    • understanding of these things. I said, people only imagine that they
    • the elemental world; a second corpse is laid aside. But we must not
    • True, he has laid aside this elemental body and he now lives on
    • constantly related to the elemental body which he has laid aside. It
    • were pouring his will into the etheric body which he has laid aside,
    • which he has laid aside is his mediator, he can also have perceptions
    • I said half- or quarter-truths often have a far worse effect than
    • astral body — when he has laid aside the astral. Not long after
    • though it was often only known by instinct. I said: the dead, soon
    • completely laid aside the astral body. But this only happens after
    • they have laid aside, works upon our Imaginative cognition. That
    • one aspect or another. Now here it must be said that there is in the
    • aid, as it were, another human being by whom he lets himself be borne
    • If you remember many things that were said in the above-mentioned
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • I said that what
    • aided through older, what we call atavistic, knowledge, through
    • points of view and when something has been said about it, its content
    • said, from a certain standpoint — is the Osiris-Isis-Myth
    • I have said that the Egyptians — in the age when the Greeks
    • better said: Gaea and Uranus. They were the earliest divine pair with
    • created me. For human beings were already there, as we have said,
    • we have of course said various things about these Gods, but let us
    • clouds and so on. They paid only at times sympathetic or
    • unsympathetic visits; Zeus in particular, as you know, sometimes paid
    • ancient ruler of a long-past age. Please note that I have not said
    • an ancient ruler; but I said: that which they pictured as Zeus they
    • So said the Greeks to themselves: we are governed by a race of Beings
    • the Greek said to himself quietly (I shall again elaborate the matter
    • and said: These are ruling over us now, at one time we were also as
    • Middle Ages one said:
    • Greeks said: the power of Rhea was once widespread, and ‘Chronos’
    • already gone by, for the Greeks said to themselves: the time of Zeus
    • in man. Human beings, so said the Greeks, and their priests of the
    • Mysteries also said so, for the mysteries of Salt, Mercury and
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    • attentively what is said in my book
    • people remembered that it had been so earlier. They said — and
    • said to themselves: that age in which men still lived directly with
    • said: Osiris was slain. They meant to say: the old life in the
    • physiology the sex forces), felt something in him of which he said:
    • Imagination. And then she said to herself: what I now perceive
    • said to themselves: ‘this perceiving and reflecting, this is
    • through my ear’ — so said these people — ‘I
    • especially of the earlier Osiris-age, said as follows: ‘The
    • understood in its more intimate connections if one said — in a
    • why people are so afraid of the truth. Just imagine if, in the outcry
    • this ultimately came to the point where it was said: ‘Universals,
    • people have said: that is the Sun, that is the Cross, that is the
    • said, an immensely clever literature exists which seeks to find out
    • I said at the
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    • according to the fundamental deed of the Elohim, of Jahve. I said
    • looked back into ancient times and said to themselves: the Gods
    • and in a certain connection, I said, certain impulses of the
    • banally. But, as I said, I will try to relate this other Osiris-Isis
    • the Logos, however, must be laid hold of again. The cow-horns of
    • the figure became alive and said quite facetiously: Humanity has only
    • short at words! In the 15th, 16th, 17th centuries — so said the
    • chuckling and said: ‘What modern humanity should take as a real
    • Owl with a mirror. Now the learned men naturally have said
    • all, all, all! — logical are they all! They have said: if the
    • And with this, one thinks one has said something most profound. But
    • proverbs an original harmonizing of what is said with the direct
    • connection with all that I have said about the actual nature of
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    • that must be said in the course of these observations and it might
    • have often emphasized that that is not the case. What is said here is
    • said to characterize the times not to criticize them. Where, however,
    • properly into consideration, it can be said on the one hand that we
    • other hand, however, it may also be said that compared with the
    • from other aspects laid special stress on the head, and brought man
    • to say, as the men of thirty-three years ago said — that they
    • believed at that time in Russia that Lenin had said ‘Of all
    • one re-says what has been said. In Julius Robert Mayer's work nothing
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    • I shall remind you today of various things that have been said from
    • that followed the great Atlantean catastrophe mankind can be said to
    • external history, as I have often said, is a fable convenue.
    • I have said, looked on the Revolution as an explosion of the
    • proceed from Rome of which it could be said ‘I come quickly and
    • something which Friedrich Schlegel has not said to himself. What he
    • and we can only do so through spiritual deepening. But, as I said,
    • old; near him he saw someone of forty, fifty, sixty years. He said to
    • von Hartmann and said ‘Well, I don't understand Zeller!
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    • things that must be said in connection with this question are
    • said ever come before us in life? What I have just said seems to be
    • sun, planets, fixed stars. And then what is said of the sun, the
    • in the year 1828. He sought to prove, as he said, ‘that in the
    • Christianity, it has thrust back eastwards (as I said here a few
    • Friedrich Schlegel's. This political idolatry, how it has laid hold
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    • heredity from one's ancestors. I have said repeatedly that everyone
    • meeting with spiritual science. I said in other lectures and have
    • You will realize from what has been said that it is the head which is
    • something is connected with what I have now said that can very easily
    • our present earthly cycle when what I said yesterday is taken into
    • And so one can permeate oneself — not in thought as I said, but in
    • in the future life of the earth. We have said that the earth breathes
    • Zeller and Michelet, the two Berlin Professors. I have said that I
    • been there and had said to him ‘I don't understand Zeller, who
    • who had been aware of it, would have said to himself. ‘When I
    • people are not only afraid of the wrong teaching of the Gnosis, as I
    • related yesterday, but they are afraid of anything concerning
    • the rest of man and this must mature. It may be said that what the
    • I have said before that what holds good today on earth has naturally
    • is today — as we have often said — there was land. A great
    • relatively early youth. As I have said, the head no longer stands in
    • not yet notice that, as I said, but nevertheless it is so. If you
    • short at what the short-lived head can experience. For I have said
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    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • said will not in any sense be corrected here, but only amplified, for
    • we are moving in a very complicated realm. We have said on an earlier
    • blossomed in the oriental character as a result of devotion, laid the
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • in a particular child, but in general it can be said that the human
    • correct point. Current ideas about this faculty are, as I said,
    • and feet. It can be said with truth, that speaking is not unconnected
    • with the astral body, too little attention is paid to the specific
    • will remember what I have said in earlier lecture courses, namely,
    • You will remember what I have said in previous lectures: The
    • exist. What can be said, and with truth, is that we behold how the
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • said and done, it is more honest to reject than to express hollow
    • consider another historical fact to which little attention is paid
    • incarnate in speech itself. This may be said by some to have been a
    • significant letter in which he said: Had you been born as a Greek, or
    • must come to our aid here, for ordinary history can tell us nothing.
    • soul revealed in speech, be said to live in a world of pictures? Man
    • else in the outer world. As I have already said, history can tell us
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    • can be said with truth that, to begin with, the brain is a plastic
    • To begin with, nothing that can be said to be an external reality
    • must not be afraid of having to endure them. I shall speak of this
    • It is often said that the exercises recommended by anthroposophical
    • what I have said to-day, will realise that the path taken by
    • In this tableau — as I have said, it is a reality —
    • What has here been said is by no means as unessential as might
    • intelligence can follow what is said, even if he is not himself an
    • mother. In direct perception — which, as I have said, will
    • existence is interwoven. The inner world is laid hold of, comprised
    • certain guiding lines, but what has been said will to some extent
    • said, for example: the life of Anthroposophy betokens the death of
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    • possibilities of development for the future. I have said that we
    • with the aid of what may be obtained through sensory observation.
    • aid, not of human reason and human observation, but with the aid of
    • just described, in such a way that he said: It is only possible to
    • this sensory observation, with the aid of the intellect which
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    • many others. But he also said something else. You see, he belonged to
    • wished to set this forth objectively. So he said: In reality, it will
    • explained, in what others have also remarked. I have said that
    • What Avenarius once brought forward, and the things which he said
    • in regard to what I have said to-day it is essential to bear in mind
    • I have often said: It seems to me that those who are always speaking
    • knowledge of modern times. Even if, with the aid of the more exoteric
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    • the aid of an example, which was only meant, as a comparison. Take
    • contemplated with the aid of spiritual science, is not so easy as
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    • said that out of the strange and incoherent utterances of Jacob
    • expressed this more or less as follows. I said that Jacob Boehme
    • process of concrete reality and it was said that the adjustment
    • would, have said: It is not possible for the soul to live or breathe
    • beyond Philistinism. The most that could be said of them is that they
    • longer about pre-existence. And so they laid it down as a dogma that
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • thinking, he said: The light, the sun thinks within me. The Greek of
    • to theosophists who said: If this or that man suffers, if he suffers
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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    • I said here recently, the essential principle of social community is
    • I said at the time that this is an absolutely true experience. [See
    • I said yesterday) merely the outcome of changes in phraseology. Only
    • things are said from the standpoint of a kind of thinking that has
    • things shall be said not through words alone, but also through forms.
    • be said, and also that what is said is urgently necessary for the
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    • I HAVE often said in this place that in more ancient times in the
    • Movement. The Anthroposophical Movement has laid hold of wider
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • upon the practical duties of ministers of religion. What they said to
    • unconscious. I said to these people that theirs was obviously not an
    • accepted what I had said to them and now they were able to tell me
    • I said: It is quite obvious first of all that it is not only a
    • Anthroposophical Movement. But there are, as I have already said,
    • Side by side with this — so I said at that time — there
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • What I have said to you has not been said because of any anxiety lest
    • it has certainly not been said out of any personal motive, but solely
    • be said (as is reported to have happened already): The
    • been said, the matter must be rightly understood within the
    • been said against it in Dornach. — Nothing has been said
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    • the aid of the ordinary intellect, which is bound to the brain, and
    • upon it with the aid of our ordinary cognitive power. There is not
    • being would be unable to form it, even with the aid of that
    • the spiritual world with the aid of his ancient clairvoyance. He had
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    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • though it is only indicated slightly. I said that in this nation we
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
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    • often said that man really only gains consciousness of things from being
    • light-body was in continual movement. What you said to him, what you felt and
    • fear. The Light is my Saviour, I shall not be afraid.’
    • I said of this yesterday] We have indeed made such magnificent progress that
    • will be forbidden that is said otherwise than in the form patented and
    • myself to join these observations to what I said today and yesterday in
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    • So it can be said that work is continually in progress in and upon
    • man has laid aside the etheric body with which remembering and
    • said that this enduring characteristic that we call temperament also
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    • as it were, of these group lectures; for various things said here
    • advanced anthroposophists, yet it is important that it is said.
    • out of occultism who have said this, but they have been called things
    • Paracelsus said about this, therefore, still applies today, though
    • hope of forgiveness. For Paracelsus himself said he was not a man of
    • refinement, therefore he would be forgiven if what he said was not
    • of the different illnesses Paracelsus said the following about the
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    • in human beings than in animals. So what is being said applies solely
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    • will only understand this correctly if you take what I have said
    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
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    • mind what was said the time before last. With the physical body it is
    • man had paid so little attention to the external phenomena that
    • not imagine though, that all this is being said to encourage a world
    • your system of thought, as once the gods laid down the plan for the
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    • physical body being there. He has, as it were, laid that aside. This
    • etheric body, is laid aside and absorbed by the general world ether,
    • moment of death. For he has laid aside only the physical body, the
    • you realise you have laid an obstacle in the way of your further
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    • in the child, as we said, when the child is born. But before birth as
    • kernel of man's being is there, as we said, it cannot take control
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    • beings congregated who, if I may express it this way, laid no claim
    • very clever. This is entirely based on what could be said of the
    • the ego at all. When these people looked up to the divine, they said:
    • who belonged to the East would have said: I unite myself with the
    • so to speak, and they became Red Indians. What would they have said
    • words? They would have said: Above all I want to develop my inner
    • extreme were those people who said: Oh, the ego is of no
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    • distant future. We have said that during the Saturn evolution the
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    • great deal has been said previously about the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • the gist of what I have since said in the course of years, about the
    • study; nowhere are they at variance with what was then said. It has
    • attention must be paid.
    • Attention must be paid to two points which emerge from
    • what has often been said here; they are essential not only to
    • have often said that anyone possessed of spiritual knowledge is aware
    • You may remember what I once said about Christian Rosenkreutz
    • the spiritual world. It may truly be said that even the most
    • but secondly, how they can be understood as more is said of them. In
    • be said at present, were to be immortalised in statues. But
    • As already said, at first I resisted this conclusion,
    • help this fruit to grow and thrive. When Schopenhauer said: “To
    • has been said today as an introductory fact, namely, that whereas
    • ought not to have done. But, as I have said, during this period we
    • It remains to be said that there are certain conditions
    • laid down by those who are the spiritual leaders of mankind; we shall
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    • the new birth. Obviously, what will be said from a comparatively new
    • starting-point, what is now to be said will in a certain sense be
    • development. There is infinitely much to be said, but one matter only
    • between knowledge and reality, it must nevertheless be said that he
    • are Gods!” The emphasis laid upon the words shows that He
    • I said, I have to use trivial words in speaking of these two thrones;
    • said that the religions influence the etheric forces and the etheric
    • What has been said is meant to indicate a fact of
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    • was said that when we again encounter some personality in the
    • the conditions prevailing after death. It has often been said that
    • This is an even more radical example of what I just said. We pay
    • may be said that this happening had no significance for our outer
    • thing were said it would imply ignorance of the fact that the idea of
    • after what has been said in previous lectures, to realise that when
    • had come her way. The first brother was a painter and he said to the
    • not paid attention to everything that can be gathered from the
    • to sound judgement. Genuine occult research is not afraid of
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    • during his life on Earth. It was said that, for example, from the
    • story of the expulsion from Paradise it is said that the Divine
    • said is concerned not so much with a man's ordinary state of health
    • Speaking generally it can be said that the number of individuals who
    • when the physical and etheric bodies are actually laid aside (at
    • him the immortality of the soul. He would have said: ‘But that
    • consciousness only. It will be clear to you from what I said at the
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    • Christian form. It may truly be said that when the Buddha had become
    • Let us remind ourselves of what has been said about the
    • too evident in that sphere. As already said, when we pass again into
    • anthroposophical work something that was laid as a gift under the
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    • whether this can be said of the ‘I’ of which the
    • At the beginning of this series of lectures it was said
    • all-important when he has laid aside his physical body. During his
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    • also been said in my book
    • said that Ego-consciousness flashes up in the human being at some
    • be said to hold good in the later period of a man's life. Although
    • What, then, is there to be said about occurrences which
    • therefore be said that when the human being enters into life through
    • being. Of the one I have said that it comes from without and moves
    • deal is said nowadays against belief in authority, although in actual
    • is implied when it is said: ‘There is scientific proof of it.’
    • said that the physical increase of humanity over the Earth during the
    • be entirely out of place. It must be said, although it will seem
    • earlier times Mars was said to be the planet of warlike traits, it is
    • a certain Professor of whom it was said that because he had written
    • It can therefore be said with truth: yes, there are
    • said: Up to a particular point in their lives their individual
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    • first foundation was laid during the Old Saturn period; during the
    • will go to further and further extremes. No attention will be paid to
    • And now something shall be said that enables a seer to
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    • As I said, this way of speaking could be heard time and
    • said. The belief that we have, so to say, only to die in order to
    • These symptoms are very significant, as I have said. At the moment,
    • said certain things about the spiritual worlds. At that time it was
    • said that such matters must always be put to the test of Kant's
    • only after death. That, quite literally, was what the man said. As I
    • can always know whether the dead soul also hears us, it must be said
    • said here at Christmastime (in Lecture Five) about the Buddha and his
    • What has now been said is closely related to the
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    • related to what has been said in the course of the lectures given
    • as a matter of fact, what was said in the book
    • laid aside — cannot have them.
    • what is said about the kind of experiences undergone there that what
    • Soul-Light corresponds with what I have said about the Mercury
    • sphere. If you compare what was said about the life of the soul when
    • you read what is said in
    • the passage through the Venus sphere. It has been said that if the
    • religious concepts. Compare what was said about this with the
    • century, should be said to be the first region of Devachan, of the
    • was said years ago in the book
    • In general it can be said that when the soul has passed
    • you now read what is said in the book
    • said here in connection with the Saturn region. In this region,
    • something of which the following can be said: When we look out into
    • world. Even when additions are made to what had been said years ago,
    • there need be no contradiction, for what is said is not the outcome
    • for the first time ten years later. What was said years ago still
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    • said about the world in the sense of the early twentieth century.
    • look, said the Gnostic, to the lowest but still purely spiritual
    • also asked themselves these questions, and they said: Achamod was
    • world”, such a soul might have said. “I am surrounded
    • on what was said about clairvoyant souls: that they can transpose
    • the aid of what Anthroposophy should give us today, and are yet
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    • Gnostics who said: “Yes, the Christ is a Being who transcends
    • body, it was said that no such union had occurred and that when
    • It is remarkable, as I said, that the Sibyls should
    • which Christianity grew up. As I have often said, the history we are
    • astral bodies were laid hold of by that which streamed into them from
    • has represented so beautifully in his paintings. As I have said, the
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    • accordingly, resides in what was said about the difficulty of
    • have to recognise (this follows from what is said in my book,
    • The Being of whom we have said that he had not chosen
    • In the Apollonian Mysteries it was said: A high Divine
    • or do not value it highly enough, were said by the Greeks to carry a
    • Midas — was born with exceptionally long ears, the Greeks said
    • the Being whom the Christ had enfilled. Therefore, said the Greeks,
    • the Greeks said it was because before his birth he had not paid heed
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    • engaged in the forming of man. Athene lends her aid and causes a
    • us look back a little, with the aid of occult knowledge, over what we
    • said as well of John as of Elijah. Or even better of Elijah, as will
    • As we said, Paul's activity extends through the realm of the
    • They imagine that things said by writers in the past were as
    • said by modern authors. People do not reflect how not only
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    • Rome, Maxentius had a dream which said to him: “Do not remain
    • Constantine had a different dream. It said to him:
    • especially in the older ones, that what I have said in connection
    • that I have said anything that could not be upheld, but simply that
    • Folk Spirit, the Northern Folk Spirit, about Parsifal and he said:
    • runs down over the page's hand; and then a maiden with the Holy
    • Cross, at the moment when He said, ‘From this hour on, there is
    • said the old hermit to Parsifal — “you have left your
    • Knights who came from the Grail to meet him had said: “Thy name
    • a particular thing said about him by Wolfram von Eschenbach made a
    • — “he said, a thing was called the Grail.” Now
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    • I have said that the stellar script is to be found in
    • recollect all that we have ever said about this Sun-spirit in
    • soul-life. Yesterday we said that the force which emerged in the
    • referred to the appearance of the Maid of Orleans. I pointed out how
    • subsequent era flowed from what the Maid of Orleans accomplished
    • been very different if the Maid of Orleans had not appeared when she
    • something like a modern Sibyl emerged in the Maid of Orleans. It was
    • of the human soul, the Sibylline power of the Maid of Orleans is
    • what an impression the Sibylline power of the Maid of Orleans made on
    • entourage of the King whom the Maid of Orleans liberated. After
    • “This and much more has the Maid brought about,
    • write this, the aforesaid Maid has already gone to the neighbourhood
    • So wrote a Percival to the Duke of Milan about the Maid.
    • repeatedly misunderstood it must be said that Anthroposophy does not
    • certainly not be immediately convinced by what has been said. This is
    • the fact that when the maiden carried in the gold-gleaming vessel,
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    • must be clear that at first there is nothing so directly (I said; at
    • We have said that in meeting man
    • said. Only in this period could it occur to Anselm of Canterbury, for
    • within them what the Sun-evolution laid down in their physical and
    • said that one could encounter these sun-laws if one studied the
    • actual Being. I said in my book that in the Grecian era thought was
    • could not of course be said in an exoteric book intended for the
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    • I want to add to what has previously been said some explanation of
    • It can be said, therefore, that the universe is before us in a
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • But, as already said, Jupiter is in a certain respect impenetrable
    • I said before that Venus wards off the rest of the universe. She does
    • what comes from the Earth. As I said before, she declines every
    • could be said that when at the present time heredity is discussed in
    • Saturn, the faithful custodian of cosmic memory, said: Let us make
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    • regards the whole course of human evolution. We need not be afraid
    • be substituted by others. I have said that man's earthly forces
    • world-karma with the aid of forces which we develop between death and
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    • from the way we meet another human being, and though, as I said, to
    • that the etheric human being — which has, of course, been laid
    • spiritual training can prepare his soul to read in the aforesaid
    • time when, after passing through the Gate of Death, we have laid
    • can kindle in it that which calls forth imaginations as aforesaid. We
    • laid aside their etheric bodies.
    • vanity or other qualities that we are afraid to do so. Therefore we
    • direct way, too. Now, after all that we have said, you will well
    • spiritual way will know this. Today people are afraid of these truths
    • — they are afraid of facing them. They have a nameless fear
    • afraid of recognizing the mysterious connections between soul and
    • from spiritual science. They are afraid of knowing the reality. They
    • in the physical life — a human being must first have laid aside
    • The new must be developed, as I have often said; but man cannot enter
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    • in recent centuries. However, it must be said that the intellect has
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
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    • and cannot, therefore, be contemplated with the aid of the ordinary
    • birth; we cannot look back upon it with the aid of our ordinary
    • even with the aid of that life-wisdom which is woven into him; he
    • the aid of his ancient clairvoyance. He had to abandon the spiritual
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    • also laid aside. We know, too, that a certain importance must be
    • having laid aside our physical body, we can still think everything
    • This physical body we have laid aside. We see our thoughts. We do
    • The dead, after they have laid aside their etheric
    • accordingly, as you see from what I have said, have the capacity to
    • with him, and so forth. The dead person, as I have said, beholds
    • the dead, as I have said, an uplifting, a beautifying element, yet in
    • shape of the spinal cord, resembling, as I have said, a serpent body,
    • what I have just said, in the natural-scientific literature. It is
    • of all a confirmation of what I have just said. He points out the
    • astral body and then in the Ego when the astral body has been laid
    • that has been said — something which must in our day begin to
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    • and proof of what will be said here in the next few days, it would
    • is necessary, in order to accept the things that are to be said,
    • age certain things of which the foundations were laid in ancient
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    • Now of course it might be said: It must certainly be
    • way within a folk. Now after we have said this, we have in reality
    • existence? just think how man could not have said ‘ I ’
    • Now it is extremely interesting, — I have said
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    • If you remember what has been said about the education
    • From what I have just said, you will see in which period
    • not to misunderstand what is now being said, it only refers to man in
    • is laid down by law, really does exist, it is a reality, a real
    • find it comprehensible when it is said, that men no longer proceed
    • You will understand now why I said, that what I had to communicate
    • has just been said does not depend upon whether one person likes it
    • earth's surface; and thus were the foundations laid for the
    • great mystery is expressed when it is said who Plato was with respect
    • foundations were laid which made it possible for a Plato to arise.
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    • Nature — we have said that the three elements of Nature, water,
    • our Earth-mission, but it consists in just what I have said. The
    • better be said in this connection — the one most easily
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    • what was said in the last lecture with much that was said in my
    • for a certain point. But what I have said about the different parts
    • paper was laid before him on which were many little signs, letters,
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    • ruling class of that land and laid the foundations of the first
    • great Teachers of India, the Holy Rishis, who because they were aided
    • peoples. It is in their nature, and if you remember what was said in
    • guiding Archangel of the Celts, we have said what his mission was;
    • later on the Saga said that Asgard had actually been situated on this
    • presentations of the Greek mythology, it must nevertheless be said
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    • somewhat as though someone said: ‘Thirty years ago I made the
    • Whereas we have said that it is the Angels who carry
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    • and more to consciousness. In connection with this it has been said,
    • development, and it was said that they had gained this while their
    • said, if you were to think philosophically about yesterday's
    • placed himself between the two. He said to himself: ‘In the
    • who sees with the aid of a telescope), he chose the picture of a wolf
    • theme further; but even in the broad outline I have laid before you,
    • nigh unto you.’ One could understand when it was said:. ‘The
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    • collective picture; and you will perceive from what has been said,
    • image of the reality, which, as I have said, was like a memory of
    • times we can see something remarkable. As we have said, in old India
    • the Age whom we already know; for we have said that the Spirit of the
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    • its national character. Hence also you will see why I have said that
    • What I have just said is a truth which has for a long
    • It has sometimes been said that one might call what we
    • this or like that, even if it is said by those who ought to
    • other here. Friends who have journeyed here have said to me again and
    • were obliged to accept in blind faith what is being said. I beg of
    • you now, as I did in Berlin, to accept nothing I have ever said or
    • obtained through clairvoyant observation. Whatever I have said about
    • correctness of what has been said. Make use of all the means you can
    • bring to your assistance, the more the better. I am not afraid. That
    • have said about Christ Jesus, test by means of all the sources at
    • your disposal what I have said about history, test it as minutely as
    • find, that what has been said out of the sources of the Rosicrucian
    • authority. The best Anthroposophists are those who take what is said
    • stage of it, you can test that which has been said out of the sources
    • said as a prophetic indication of the future manifestation of
    • what has been said. But if we have grasped the spirit presiding in
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    • beyond the earth? It can be said with truth that the separation of the moon,
    • background of what is often said today by people who out of old traditions
    • resistance, these things must be said, for, as I constantly repeat, the
    • conclusion of my lectures on the nature of colours, when I said that the
    • It can be said with truth that the
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    • said, or anyone closely connected with me, had coined the name
    • said that our Anthroposophical Society is only a kind of development
    • distinguishing features be eliminated. It may, for instance, be said,
    • earth. It may be said that in consequence of what Copernicus, Galileo,
    • is said that spiritual science is founded on what is to be attained
    • the words of Copernicus seemed, when he said, “It is not the sun
    • experience, is in any way a fact, anything said by the spiritual
    • As already said, I do
    • Rather must it be said that natural science, as it has appeared in
    • spiritual science. For this reason it cannot be said that spiritual
    • such a thing cannot be said, for all religious beliefs are represented
    • religions is absolutely no contradiction of what I have just said. And
    • personal God, when it is said that I prefer to speak of the Divinity,
    • he points the way with awe to the divine? How often it is said in the
    • and again said in spiritual science that there can be no question in
    • of Christ? It is just of spiritual science that it may be said that it
    • abroad concerning certain thoughts about the Bible which are said to be
    • being able to accept what has, for definite reasons, been said for
    • Gospels or the Bible generally. But if what is said be read with the
    • have been able to arise at all out of what was really said. They are
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    • has learnt at school. I have, as you know, often said that what the
    • religion. But as I have said, in those ancient centres of learning
    • received the thoughts. He paid no heed at all to how the connections
    • thoughts. Man said to himself as he contemplated his thoughts: “A
    • to their pupils somewhat as follows. They said: “Every year at
    • ceremonies, having laid aside the symbols of wisdom, they appeared as
    • But then man also said to himself:
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as the true redemption of mankind. They said
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
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    • like this cannot be given with lantern slides or other visual aids,
    • spiritual development of humanity a special task was laid upon
    • is said to have goaded him on because he feared the artistic
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • And if Goethe once said that Nature had invented death in order that
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    • in our modern age. Then at last — so it is said — men
    • know the laws of Nature and are able, with the aid of these laws, to
    • One hears it said so often: The literature of Spiritual
    • matter merely of absorbing what is said about one thing or another,
    • in the transcripts. To take an example from something I said a moment
    • or two ago: I used a sentence in which I said that Spiritual Science
    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • nature-spirits. I once said as a figure of speech that to be able to
    • just been said.
    • a few weeks ago in reference to the Building. I said: “How does
    • I said that in our Building it is not meant to be so, but that our
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    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • if men are afraid to face the whole reality.
    • I have said on many previous occasions; namely, that those who want
    • I have said before that many souls living at the present time were
    • people’s liking. At the bottom of their hearts they are afraid
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science must not be afraid of applying to
    • fundamentally the same as that of a certain Professor who said:
    • That is one thing that may be said about the rejection of the
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    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • said, first of all, that envy and falsehood are visibly an offence
    • Herder it is said, for instance (he intended to study medicine) that
    • discover without the aid of clairvoyant investigation, and Goethe
    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • We said that falsehood may change into timidity during one and the
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    • course, be ascertained with the aid of the ordinary science dealing
    • being recognize with the aid of that knowledge which he designates as
    • even realize that if this same thing had been said only a hundred
    • Hierarchies in thoughts and concepts, with the aid of the means just
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    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
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    • Himself with the earth from out of the cosmos comes to their aid.
    • is directly out of the sciences which, as I have said, will take
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    • personally involved; the satisfied hunger cannot be said to stand
    • was said to be “what the Gods willed.” The world was
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • we have laid down our physical body and gone through the gate of
    • To begin with, as I said, the knowledge of the spiritual
    • upon the whole human being. But if we try to acquire, with the aid of
    • because it is important for just that to be said in it which we alone
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    • false track, and will have to be laid aside until the two meet again
    • paid to the fact. But to anyone deeply aware of the importance of
    • It stands to reason that to what has been said the
    • Emphasis must be laid upon the fact that spiritual
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
    • on — all set forth in detail. Emphasis is laid upon the jostle
    • concentration upon self-education.” As I have already said; I
    • considering the many things said from other points of view about
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    • Thus, it can be said that those sages of old rose
    • venerable traditions are accepted simply through faith. It must be said
    • Despite all that has been said, the way of the ascetic
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    • these were laid down at a time when traditions of wisdom were still
    • to translate what he said into the language of this materialistic age. So
    • entered earth-evolution. “Christ will come again to you,” he said, “if
    • deep inner lack of truth is here laid bare. Truth would be obliged to
    • of mankind? It may be said of very many people that when they are in
    • prevailing theory of the universe. It is said that the solar system has
    • learned English scientist [T.H. Huxley] that he said he would rather
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    • said during this Course.
    • that is here said. You must not forget: though the desire for it has
    • for the very reason that what is here said will grow out of the soil
    • said to-day, however remote it may seem at first sight. For
    • can no doubt be said. Yet therewithal you are still far from
    • Theodor Fechner, who was a man not without humour, said: “Well,
    • Prof. Fechner said: “If my honoured colleague is right, if it
    • is Agriculture. I do not know whether the things which can be said at
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    • As I said just now,
    • which you need for the farm itself, in order, as I said, to add
    • said at the beginning of this lecture — describing that which
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    • is said of them in scientific books and lectures is scarcely more
    • repeat what I said here an hour ago, but in another way I may perhaps
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    • with the said substance. For then the earthly material itself will tend
    • aromatic scent! Then you become aware of the marvelous mutual aid prevailing
    • the question, why do cows have horns? I said just now that an organic
    • it is in all that is here said out of Spiritual Science Underlying it,
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    • as I said in yesterday's discussion, must not come in in a turbulent
    • From what I have said hitherto,
    • As I said before, if these
    • it, so that the soil itself will aid in this relationship.
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    • detail. Very little can be said in general terms; they must all be specifically
    • earth and then work from the earth upon plant-growth. As I said, the
    • civilised world a heavy penalty has been paid for this ignorance of
    • and Venus too. As I said, people commonly imagine that the Moon merely
    • can never be understood by themselves. What I said in our first lesson
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    • The countryman, as I said, can become clair-sentient with regard to
    • The insects said, one day: We do not feel quite strong enough to work
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    • have said, and to give a few more practical hints. These practical matters
    • as I said, we must first indicate general guiding lines for individual
    • stuff to work upon. What will it remind you of when this is said: “I
    • ready to come here, to take your share in what has been able to be said
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    • which is in the world. Paracelsus once said that all the
    • nine extend beyond it. That is why they are laid aside.
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    • things were felt and people said that a certain portion of
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    • already said, we will not consider now the more external side of the event,
    • Philippe le Bel was, as we have said, the instrument of
    • I have said, that parents could acquire a hitherto unheard-of power over
    • materialistic outlook. As has been said, we have no intention of casting
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
    • whole evolution, as we have said, is carried forward inasmuch as not merely
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    • with the aid of the generally accepted science, and in regard to this
    • Though it may sound strange and paradoxical it must be said that an
    • higher worlds and which is gained with the aid of the exercises I
    • which goes back to a certain moment in childhood, can be said to be
    • our memory and can be set forth with the aid of memory. But the facts
    • heat. But this heat can be freed, it is said, if certain conditions
    • soul and body with the aid of imaginative thought. We gain insight
    • by the sense of gravitation, when another sense comes to our aid,
    • must be verified with the aid of inwardly intensified forces.
    • substance, in matter. An aid to such an insight is provided by the
    • spirit, to the super-sensible worlds in such a way that with the aid
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    • said in preceding lectures, it should be clear that all spiritual
    • The following can be seen from what has been said. Two things
    • Something must be said here that perhaps sounds paradoxical. In
    • must be in the position, as it were, not to be afraid of the fear,
    • to love of ease, to clinging to habit. Why is man afraid of changing
    • not admit, which he tries to conceal. Because he is afraid to abandon
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    • present-day mankind. I wanted this to be said because it is just from
    • be said first of all, because today, in particular, what I will have
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • I said, man was becoming increasingly conscious and therefore
    • everything that has to be said right now for the salvation of
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    • As I have just said, and as I have often explained, this only holds
    • Earth, the varieties of which (as I have said) we shall not study
    • of the whole mineral world. This is why it is said in Spiritual
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    • To do this requires, as I have said, clear insight
    • but the point — as has often been said — is not in the
    • critic of language — but as I said I wish in no way to raise
    • One of the followers of Fritz Mauthner has said
    • adherent of his, but as a clever man of his day. Yes, so he said. But
    • tone to science; people laid the greatest value on the results of
    • What I have just said is in no way directed against
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
    • I have often laid stress on the fact that it is not so
    • introduction — ‘We sometimes hear it said that we live in
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
    • said to-day might be fitly associated with what was said
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    • as regards the future it must be said that vague sentimentality alone
    • published a few years ago, I said that man, as he stands
    • man of abstractions. As I have said, it is not the same to possess a
    • recently said quite frankly to a gathering attended by a number of
    • from what is happening at the periphery. I said in a previous lecture
    • looking up to the Divine — for, as I have already said, all men
    • added to all that can be said in regard to social, political or
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    • and through their pupils to the whole people. They said:
    • why man was destined to descend into the vale of Earth, they said
    • it was said: ‘From the world in which man is now
    • said: ‘You cannot see Him yet, any more than you can
    • Good. What he said to his pupils may be rendered in somewhat
    • Egyptian it was said: After death you can be united with
    • The moment Osiris is laid in the physical body, the inimical
    • Spiritual — so that it could once be said, and said
    • said holds good even of the sparse remains still surviving of
    • in the physical world I merely laid the seed of what I now
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    • they imagine they have laid the blame at somebody's door, repeat
    • he made his most important decisions, he said: I must have lost my
    • I have just said that
    • is, they are afraid of the revelations of the spiritual world. It is
    • they make other excuses. In truth, they are afraid and therefore seek
    • to a fact which, as I have already said, sounds so very strange when
    • the important things that are most in need of being said to-day.
    • have said long ago: The delegates to Versailles whom we have sent are
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    • It has been said that we can only regard as truly scientific
    • preserving the realm of morality. This must be said, because the
    • century, like a devastating wave, proceeds when all is said and done
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    • in the human soul and it can be said that all these aptitudes or
    • 14:41 Therefore Saul saidI Sam. xiv:41
    • 14:18 And Saul said unto Ahiah, Bring hither the ark of God. For the ark of God was at that time with the children of Israel. \
    • 14:19 And it came to pass, while Saul talked unto the priest, that the noise that was in the host of the Philistines went on and increased: and Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine hand. \
    • 14:28 Then answered one of the people, and said, Thy father straitly charged the people with an oath, saying, Cursed be the man that eateth any food this day. And the people were faint. \
    • 14:29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. \
    • 14:33 Then they told Saul, saying, Behold, the people sin against the LORD, in that they eat with the blood. And he said, Ye have transgressed: roll a great stone unto me this day. \
    • 14:34 And Saul said, Disperse yourselves among the people, and say unto them, Bring me hither every man his ox, and every man his sheep, and slay them here, and eat; and sin not against the LORD in eating with the blood. And all the people brought every man his ox with him that night, and slew them there. \
    • 14:36 And Saul said, Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and spoil them until the morning light, and let us not leave a man of them. And they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God. \
    • 14:38 And Saul said, Draw ye near hither, all the chief of the people: and know and see wherein this sin hath been this day. \
    • 14:40 Then said he unto all Israel, Be ye on one side, and I and Jonathan my son will be on the other side. And the people said unto Saul, Do what seemeth good unto thee. \
    • 14:41 Therefore Saul said unto the LORD God of Israel, Give a perfect lot. And Saul and Jonathan were taken: but the people escaped. \
    • 14:42 And Saul said, Cast lots between me and Jonathan my son. And Jonathan was taken. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
    • What has just been said will
    • Much that I have said today
    • What has been said in this
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    • forgetfulness of many people. It is often said that such
    • set forth what is to be said for and against one and
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    • mathematicians nor philosophers have paid attention to this peculiar
    • sense qualities (colours, tones, qualities of warmth) are said to be
    • actually only subjective, while what is external, objective is said
    • I said
    • that can be said in support of what I shall relate.
    • this feeling of himself. (As I have said, the history of language can
    • a breathing being, and because he could have said: “My breath is
    • base; and from this base, which science itself has laid, to carry
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
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    • help to elucidate what I said on the preceding days and what I
    • I said that the three spatial dimensions, by which we determine all the
    • case of a human being? Well, I have just said that his etheric body is
    • said that the respiratory organisation, working in a refined state
    • said, the day before yesterday: If nature, the world, the cosmos are
    • insights. And it is significant that it is said in the Bible that
    • said to-day is only intended to be once more a cursory indication of
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    • eccentric garb and sit down, with his harp-maiden seated in front of
    • his knees. He would speak a few sentences; then the harp-maiden would
    • play; then he would continue his talk, and the maiden would play
    • that transcends birth and death.” He is afraid of penetrating
    • afraid to look down into that which is eternal in the human soul, and
    • instinctive genius. The evolution of modern humanity, he said, is
    • needed between men, who in fact were all secretly afraid of one
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    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • into it. As we have said, this centre of destruction is below our
    • — as I have said — we can find the Father God. What sort
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    • Golgotha had taken place on Earth, they would have said:
    • could be no progress in evolution. But — so said the Gods
    • may be said: Ahriman has waited eagerly for the opportunity to
    • hope. And it may be said that from the forties to the end of the
    • said that Theology has become ‘unchristian,’
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • As I have said,
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
    • where the being of man is laid hold of by the Ahrimanic powers
    • Even among the Greeks it was said: The agéd are blessed
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    • Also the medieval scholastic Realists were of this opinion. They said
    • But it must also be said that in Greece we often find the first
    • Nature was characterized in such a way that people said — the
    • divine spiritual more and more. As I have often said, theologians
    • Christ — but only a universal God. This is what Geyer said,
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    • present inhabitants of the earth! I have said that people may wonder
    • events in history is, for example, the Maid of Orleans. But other
    • Maid of Orleans we must say, even if we only consider the external
    • course of history: What the Maid of Orleans did, when she rose up
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • medium of a simple country maid, through the Maid of Orleans; it
    • the Maid of Orleans through Michael, its representative.
    • For this purpose the Maid
    • the case of the Maid of Orleans. In her case we can only speak of an
    • for thirteen days also in the soul of a character such as the Maid of
    • enlightened by the Christ-Impulse. In that case, the Maid of Orleans
    • In the Maid of Orleans
    • mother's body. This was indeed the case, for the Maid of Orleans was
    • happened; they did not know that the Maid of Orleans had been
    • course, the Karma of the Maid of Orleans had to be suited to these
    • Christ-Impulse to influence history in a special way through the Maid
    • could change your view simply by drawing in an external aid, although
    • populations called in the Varangians and said to them: “We have
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    • said: “Indeed, this appears to be true; I can see with my own
    • results. Let us keep to what we have said in regard to the knowledge
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    • Only, as I said, they took a wrong road. So, here again, we
    • As I said, if
    • even laid hold for a time of Central Europe. And over and
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    • pedant, I said to myself, and presently discovered that I had
    • itself in a shepherd maid — the Maid of Orleans. We
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
    • know until a later time, when the Maid of Orleans fulfilled
    • the world through our Goetheanum what must needs be said.
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    • is always said to reflect from the Sun will stream to the
    • The matter is even the reverse of what is so often said.
    • said, you will find that only one conception is possible. You
    • And we shall then appreciate something I said in the
    • What is said by the one from whom the Goetheanum has its
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    • said that Nature herself made it possible for these ancient
    • can be said about the people of earlier times. What men felt
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    • I have said before, that
    • general attitude of soul, till it could be said: “We have
    • he said: “The beams are breaking, the posts are giving way; the
    • himself. Goethe once said to his pupil Schopenhauer: “All
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    • be said that the point of view from which these social problems are
    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • just said may seem paradoxical, for people do not place the
    • A great deal is said to-day
    • and so forth, but the regulations laid down in regard to these things
    • materialistic tendency. True, it is said that atoms and molecules are
    • of soul. And here it must be said that only a true Anthroposophical
    • Religion can see to it that due recognition is paid to the Spirit.
    • Spiritual Science to be afraid of showing how so-called mental or
    • merely said by way of example, for the same thing applies in other
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    • Now if, as I said, we are
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
    • Nevertheless what I have said is not intended in a figurative or
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    • souls of men. As I have said, these men knew of the soul' and Spirit
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    • much afraid of Agrippa von Nettesheim, Trithem of Sponheim, and
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    • be completely external? You will recall the analogy I used: I said
    • only from those records and not from what we have said. This is quite
    • spiritual being. But this form of knowledge, as we said, had
    • of Jesus was a historical fact. Them might have said: A number of
    • of preparation for Christ's coming. He said, on the other hand,
    • the world through Moses and the prophets, said Clemens, was a
    • and Aristotle — at the side of Moses and the prophets. He said,
    • Origenes said, on the
    • can be grasped as a spiritual being with the aid of spiritual forces.
    • that said: It is impossible for a god, without preparation, to live
    • said that Christ sent the angels to humankind. Indeed, he said openly
    • said — and this was also part of the knowledge retained by
    • Origenes had said. People became increasingly familiar with those
    • what had occurred in Palestine; only gradually, with the aid of
    • path leading from Jesus to the Christ. Someone once said to me,
    • who said this, but a modern theologian.
    • people have said that he never lived on earth.” Christology
    • is Jesus. We enter the world as children. I said that the Paradise
    • place. Everything I've said thus far about ether bodies in
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    • 19th Century. People said, Man cannot be
    • have often said, it is the tragedy of materialism that it fails to
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    • deposits from earlier and ever earlier times, successively overlaid
    • younger strata have overlaid the older ones so conveniently
    • sets of layers having become intermingled, overlaid, upturned,
    • earth's crust, overlaid again and again by others; we come to the
    • having pushed through the overlaid layers, then protrude over the
    • was overlaid by the younger, fossiliferous layers through other
    • it was laid hold of by all such destructive processes —
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
    • and in the form of popular views of the world; and then it is said:
    • taken at all seriously. — For that is what will be said
    • said that this work, on which Suess has been engaged not merely for
    • is a man who said: Let us for once set aside all the prejudices of the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • unless man is laid hold of by those youthful elements which proceed
    • on. Now if, as I have just said, you do not give way to this illusion,
    • indeed as I have said, — that which we introduce into the outer
    • I have just said becomes fraught with special significance when we
    • I said
    • not said: Christ allows His Blood to stream down from above, but:
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    • intimate about this individuality; it must be said that we have
    • said in the course of years concerning the Individuality we call
    • has recently been said in Carlsruhe about the Mystery of the
    • say that, notwithstanding everything that may be said against these
    • she had an impetuous nature and often said what she should not, for
    • short, she only knew of Christ what was said of Him in the West, and
    • nothing at all was said, but that he who was born 105 years before
    • form. Nothing more could be said against this — from our
    • standpoint — than would be said to anyone in India who ventured
    • friends had not been confused by hearing it said that theosophists
    • forward what has been said to-day so that each of you may know the
    • opponents’ side should say, ‘Here it is said that that
    • there it is said that He will only appear as a Spiritual Being. These
    • two are conflicting ideas!’ No, we must not allow it to be said
    • mixed up and no attention is paid to the fact that the Name of Christ
    • place in the market of a town in Central Germany. One man said that
    • he knew that another was a sluggard. ‘What?’ said
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    • surrounded by nothing but what I have described. I have already said,
    • and have laid certain stress upon it, that we cannot say of it:
    • conception that something is there flashing up, I said it was not a
    • giving birth to time. Hence I have always said, in describing the
    • Worlds and elsewhere it is frequently said that the second stage
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    • When, therefore, something is said to call up a picture before our
    • the spiritual deeds then existing. We have said that the Spirits of
    • an actual comprehension of what lies behind, when it is said:
    • without our having paid attention to them, will feel himself within
    • the Sun-Sphere, we shall better understand what I have often said: If
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • greatest deeds or better said, the greatest results do not
    • taking place. We have said that the Thrones, the Spirits of Will,
    • of which we have said, that it is reflected back by the Archangels
    • laid in ancient Saturn. Time, as we have seen, actually originated on
    • be said, water could only flow in the world because resignation
    • world dreadfully complicated, and who said on one occasion that if
    • it might be said: Why should a triangle have only three angles?
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    • as a kind of longing. And what is this longing? We have just said
    • themselves. If we can understand what has just been said in these few
    • condemnation. If we take what is here said seriously, it gives us
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    • thereby contradict what we have said about the idea of wondering; for
    • We have said that a
    • said, be renewed for an ample multitude of mankind. This means, that
    • this cannot be laid in the higher worlds: it must be laid on the
    • interesting that another aspect of what has just been said, can also
    • the other boy. This lad was a good reckoner and he said to himself:
    • back six rolls. He said to himself: ‘This must be wrong, I
    • already formed. But once more let it be said that if we wish to
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    • — who may be said to sleep through the events of the
    • This and other things were said in
    • the cause of this terrible world war. Nor can it be said that
    • centuries for anyone who is awake in them, as I have said
    • terrible events around us. Sadly, it has to be said that the
    • things said in our anthroposophical lectures over the years,
    • said in these very rooms, especially in the last few years,
    • you need the things which have been said here to gain
    • said, both here and elsewhere: A mysterious connection exists
    • have meant that the powers of destruction were paid off! If
    • world! Those are the dues and they must be paid.
    • I have said that when
    • superficial things that are now being written and said in
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    • minds, as I have said. They do not distinguish between the
    • aware of the riddles, as I have said, but people do not want
    • brought to a halt by the Thirty Years War. As I have said, if
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    • which differed from generally accepted views had to be said
    • said: ‘My kingdom is not of this world’, and why
    • said, that is nice; what are you going to do with it? Well,
    • he said, I'll have to go and see Ratinger — our
    • and tell him about it. No sooner said than done, and off he
    • I said to him: Why don't you tell me about it in the
    • was said to be Jewish on one occasion — these things
    • hoops, because a literary historian had said he was Jewish.
    • establish the truth. The literary historian then said: Well,
    • times today when it is really difficult to take what is said
    • Much is said
    • is really intended; some of these can only be said to relate
    • Things are said
    • said there, and people are beginning to believe them, which
    • what has happened or been said in those private interviews
    • as I said, if you think they are harsh, go to those who are
    • stop. As I said, I shall find other ways to make sure this
    • ever said to any member can be truthfully told. Our movement
    • that are so often said, especially about our Society.
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    • As I said in my earlier lectures, the time
    • truths. Now, we have often said that it is fear of the great
    • something else, which may be said to be closer to the earth.
    • another, quite specific, aspect to this. As I have said,
    • nothing to be said against a desire for virtue, but the
    • have said, makes some people realize that something is
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    • inward. On the other hand human beings of today may be said
    • said then which relate to developments in our own age. They
    • be gradually, as I have said on a number of occasions. The
    • much in the spirit of our time that no attention is paid to
    • there is nothing to be said against them. It is equally
    • So we have to add to what I said yesterday about future
    • non-existent. The soul will be made non-existent with the aid
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    • therefore Ahriman. As I said, the distinction is not made in
    • consider this, some of the things I said yesterday can also
    • world around them; as I said, they did not merely see
    • suddenly — as I said, by a miracle — becomes
    • grotesque things said in it are enough to make you laugh. Yet
    • said, later times also have events analogous to Numa
    • he only died in 1804, and what he said in
    • — has said that in the face of all this folly people
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    • which were said were true, though they are difficult to find.
    • he said; but when the faithful receive the bread and the wine
    • Luther said, thought and felt was said, thought and felt by
    • weight, and we understand why he said the things he said
    • everything I have said about eastern Europe in lectures and
    • have been transformed into something else today. As I said,
    • quite certain, that, generally speaking, people were afraid
    • speaking figuratively when they say they are afraid of
    • getting burned; they really are afraid. This is the reason
    • for the opposition to anthroposophy: people are afraid of
    • as much method as possible. All the time it is said: This
    • bark tan these skins for me?’ ‘Ah,’ said
    • wholly in accord with what I have said. It really has to be
    • understanding of the world. As I have said, this is more
    • thing which has to be said. On the other hand we must not
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    • gathered, from what I said yesterday, that at the present
    • — as I have said so many times — and they want
    • ideas. And what did he say? Believe it or not, he said:
    • to be said.
    • quiet and colourless as possible and are afraid they will get
    • full of concepts and ideas. It is really true what I said
    • is full of concepts and ideas. I also said that abstract
    • speaking, it can be said, however, that with the exception of
    • have spoken of this before — said that the railways
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    • as I said, this was in the spiritual world.
    • said that it takes a fair amount of materialism, even if
    • I have just said could then be characterized as follows: Let
    • are not being said to worry people or put strange notions in
    • way. Real insight can only be gained from what has been said
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    • It cannot be said that our present age has
    • the twentieth century, but it cannot be said that the last
    • said a number of times in these lectures.
    • the spiritual powers. As I said in yesterday's public
    • their function with the aid of human brains. They are one
    • a science in which it was said at the time when the war
    • mentioned this again yesterday. When these things are said by
    • course, it can be said like this here, using the
    • If there were not a place where the truth can be said, this
    • need in our time. For, as I said, the ahrimanic powers are
    • is indeed true, and initiates have always said so: ‘When
    • come. In those circles it was often said that from the last
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    • said that human soul nature will become more inward we must
    • important for the future. Remember we said yesterday that in
    • we think and inwardly feel. They are angelic Spirits, I said,
    • sciences, as I have said in my public lectures in Basle.
    • of the things said here and elsewhere that paucity and
    • I have said it
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    • perceived with the aid of spiritual science, for only then
    • no feathers. This is a human being, he said, according to the
    • which was right in the past or, better said, belonged to the
    • nations. They were foreseen and forecast, and it was said
    • said, ‘That is not empiricism — learning from
    • darkness which came down with it laid an adequate foundation
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    • human realms. As I said, from that time onwards they have
    • have described. As I have said before, mere speculation does
    • Christianity are said to be due to the fact that at the
    • said, are the beginnings in the field of literature. The
    • that nation, despite the fact that something said about
    • said on a number of occasions, it did not need this terrible
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    • the things which have to be said with regard to the spiritual
    • As I said, they were mainly involved. Try with all intensity
    • people have become as clever as I have said. All this
    • than what I said yesterday, that in the nineteenth century,
    • hear opinions expressed on what are said to be developments
    • said that, according to people's calculations, a war cannot
    • and one said
    • kinds of relations that are said to exist between nations.
    • Everything said about antagonism and opposition between
    • You need not be afraid that someone speaking out of
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    • just this kind of human decision making. As I said, we do not want to
    • the Middle Ages said to itself: No matter how effectively one may
    • sense-perceptible world. He said to himself: As a human being I am
    • fall of man. What I said was hardly noticed, but consisted in the
    • discussed in that lecture in Mannheim. I said that, in modern times,
    • Christ completely, said of Christ that he came to earth, that he
    • Formerly one was awake in one's consciousness of sin; one said
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    • above earthly contemplation. I said that when people speak to-day of
    • this lies in the considerations that I have already set forth. Once I said
    • afraid that natural science might lead them to the devil. The fear of that
    • understood only with the aid of super-sensible knowledge. If
    • of to-day's considerations, I said, with regard to the consciousness
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    • 4:2 And he taught them many things by parables, and said unto them in his doctrine, \
    • 4:9 And he said unto them, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. \
    • planetary body. Admittedly, it might be said in connection with the
    • external evidence too for what has been said to-day? Yes, there is. In
    • bindweed. These are everyday phenomena but no attention is paid to
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    • It was said that the person knowing himself could never
    • difficult position if he has worked through to what should be said
    • although it could be said that his excessively fantastic elaboration
    • narrow-minded, what is said out of the world view that wishes to
    • have already said that a person would be close to insanity if he did
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • when it is said that the plant perceives. The spiritual entities that
    • covering an organ in order to perceive themselves. As I said, it is
    • said, it is nevertheless a fact that outer science does not know its
    • completely sup ports what I have just said about the spirit and its
    • person who irritated him earlier. It is said that here we can see
    • by the lecture, said, “That was just an observation of plants
    • said in reply, “What you are drawing there is only an
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    • the 19th century, cannot be said to have been influenced by
    • afraid his telegraphic communications might appear
    • — so said Dupuis — that which takes place on the
    • laid the foundations of his celestial materialism — for
    • it, as I said, we must now set forth the real historic truth.
    • members were laid under strict obligation not to betray the
    • what 's usually said to-day. Yet even ordinary outer history
    • their value, As I have often said, the life of the Mysteries
    • the intellectual; to-day, as I said, it would be certain
    • to-day with a like necessity, as the aforesaid Luciferic
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    • to speak — a Christmas character. This, as I said,
    • Gott,’ although its contents are as I said.
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • conception. You may tell me that one hears very little said
    • just as well that there was little said of it. But the idea
    • transition from the old Mysteries to the new. I said that
    • out” on the physical plane. This may be said in an
    • I said: Even
    • said something highly significant from this point of view. As
    • sky,” Goethe once said, “is in itself the Theory;
    • said that “a great Time finds but it small and petty
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    • said, when ancient charts depict all manner of Beings in the
    • aforesaid — the streams of Star-wisdom and of Mysticism
    • Zodiac which represents it. It was said, of old time: When a
    • Mysteries of birth laid the greatest stress on the
    • then culminated in the Easter Mysteries — laid especial
    • particulate example. (Dupuis, as I said, considered the
    • of an animal or man — unless it be prepared and laid
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    • all, with the aid of the exercises already characterized, that
    • to be said differently, the descriptions will have to be
    • forces permeated by etheric forces, are laid aside with death,
    • sheaths of the physical and etheric bodies which were laid aside,
    • even though we have laid aside our physical and etheric parts
    • observed with the aid of a spiritual method, from the
    • an art!” My dear friends, this can always be said, as a
    • such words and others, with the aid of spiritual science and in
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    • people said to themselves: When a child changes from its crawling
    • given to those men who, with the aid of bodily postures,
    • of Buddha, to acquire with the aid of special postures and the
    • aid of all these things, then he deranges his physical body, for
    • organizations and which come to our aid so that we do not need to
    • aid of bodily postures, as practiced by the Oriental of ancient
    • sequence of Nature. We do so with the aid of our thinking, which
    • and have laid aside our body. We know what it is like to live in
    • still remnants of old world conceptions, which said: The human
    • in what we obtain, with the aid of the body, through Nature and
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    • own nature. It must be said that at all times people sought to
    • couple of days and that there was nothing to be afraid of. As a
    • cannot be said that Raymond Lodge's soul shone in supersensibly
    • the aid of the ordinary scientific methods applied today, will
    • with the aid of natural-scientific methods. The etheric
    • aid of the ordinary cognitive forces, may set up one hypothesis
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    • said – there is no reality. But if we investigate the
    • of reality. People said that here on earth only unreal things are
    • merely human character which can also be recognized with the aid
    • the aid of super-sensible knowledge. By absorbing super-sensible
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    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • with the aid of an instinctive knowledge. Today it is impossible
    • recognized also with the aid of human forces, not only with the
    • aid of the forces working through the Gospel. This is what
    • They said to themselves: Once upon a time, man looked out into
    • frequently said that they would be astonished if they could build
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    • grasp without the aid of spiritual science, because modern people
    • — I am now standing upon the earth, but he said: I, who am
    • consciousness of freedom, and on the other hand, with the aid of
    • comprehension of the world, with the aid of that knowledge which
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    • earth existence other than the one laid down by the original Divine
    • the years which have passed since his birth. As has been said, we
    • well- behaved youths and maidens were sought out and during this time
    • tongue, for in the old churches great stress was laid on this —
    • Something must now be said which I must ask you not to misunderstand,
    • view. We have said that Haeckel may, even by Spiritual Science, be
    • earth-existence? As said above, Haeckel does not pursue the question,
    • super-sensible; and we have said that the Mystery of Golgotha
    • which dwelt in this particularly devout person. I might have said why
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    • birth. As has been said, we touch here on a certain mystery of
    • really had to “lead a holy life,” as is said. Thus
    • existence?” As I said, Haeckel does not ask this question
    • actually wonderful that in the simplest way it can be said to the
    • understood. I could have said something that would have clarified a
    • one who said:
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    • the fact that little heed is paid to the essential features of the
    • conduct of life laid down by Zarathustra leads man above all minor
    • have said may be illustrated by quotations from historical documents.
    • agreement with what has been said.
    • The Indian mystic would have said: “Cast away all
    • opposition of Ahriman. His teaching was intended to aid mankind to a
    • antagonist of Ahriman, he said: “I will speak! Harken, ye who
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    • Egyptian sage once said to Solon: “You Greeks are still
    • being sacred animals; deep veneration was paid to them for they were
    • regarded as the embodiment of higher beings. It is even said that
    • have been severely punished. It is said too, that in the age when
    • Egyptian. He said to himself: “Behind man there is a higher
    • old Egyptian said to himself: “Man as he stands here to-day has
    • bodies in cosmic space. They said: “The super-sensible power of
    • the old Egyptian said — “The Sun and Moon out there show
    • last remnants of ancient clairvoyance. But now they said: “We
    • destiny, happiness and moral impulses. For the ancient Egyptian said
    • twofold way. The Egyptian said: “I came forth from Osiris and
    • Egyptian therefore said: When man passes through the Portal of Death
    • of Egypt said: “When man is in the underworld he comes to two
    • said: When a man is purified he beholds the spiritual beings face to
    • flooding of the Nile bestowed upon the soil. They said: “Sirius
    • Egyptians ascribed their holy primal Wisdom. They said: “In
    • astronomy.” At the same time the old Egyptians said: “Our
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    • actual butterfly. The egg is laid in some place. The caterpillar crawls
    • gravity to which it is no longer subject. So it can be said that it has
    • anyone who said Jahve could have seen the whole of the butterfly-world.
    • People would have said: “Of course he is crazy!” It would
    • will be shut up in a room where butterfly eggs will be laid. The
    • people said — it was of course the easiest solution — that a
    • doctor in charge. So they said: Will you be so kind as to take us round
    • to the genuine lunatics who suffer from obsessions. You see, he said,
    • said: This man suffers from the fixed idea that he is the Emperor of
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    • gather from what I said here last time that the forces holding us
    • aid of spiritual science we study the state of sleep.
    • may seem. And this backward experience may be said to lie somewhere
    • “breathing” in the spiritual world. As I have said, our life
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    • external world by means of observation and experiment, aided by the
    • is made there is nothing to be said. At the most we can point to the
    • in a universal sea; you feel yourself now here, now there; as I said,
    • is in a healthy sleep. But as I have said, I will not at the present
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    • Natural Science to his aid the Anthroposophist merely wishes to
    • “Siamese Twins” were said to have been very
    • on this point has not yet been said, and that one may eventually
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • the soul, simply because they are afraid that they might enter
    • great scientist Carl Gegenbauer, said of Darwinism.
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • 13th century, who said that there existed as many species of
    • in their offspring. They are said to be hereditary. And thus the
    • believer” answer if anybody came and said: I have proved
    • principles by the aid of which he tries to explain the rest of
    • were confronted by a man who said: “I know nothing of
    • said distinctly, for careless readers are plentiful now-a-days, and
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    • instance, the following is to be found. It is there said,
    • I said that
    • thrusting death outside. Thus it can also he said that every
    • what has often been said before, but which is never
    • have just said will be very much doubted by valiant followers
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    • rather work our way through, with the aid of a more precise
    • human being. Other Beings must come to their aid; other
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    • Francesco Redi who first said that no worm nor fish issues
    • deposited therein. He said that life can spring only from
    • work upon which he had spent fifty years of his life and laid
    • which I said that he endeavored to penetrate both nature and
    • develop further. It is expressly said: “And up to man
    • something still remains, as it did in Faust after he had said that
    • it is said that it slips through the keyhole. When we
    • Faust said “Erreichnis”. Here, the inadequate becomes
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    • time the possibility of deepest guilt. It may be said, apart
    • Here a fair youth, Aglaidas, once sought me out;
    • Towards a maiden was his heart aglow,
    • Me too, who pleaded for Aglaidas, Justina's faith
    • Of yonder maiden. Till Eros, alas,
    • Not only sped his shaft to wound Aglaidas:
    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • ceased to be; every one said ‘thou’ to the other. That which
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    • Giordano Bruno laid stress upon the fact that a few centuries
    • over the entire body. “This”, said they,
    • indeed, I will see it,” said the friend who took the
    • of Aristotle, was greatly astonished and said to Galileo:
    • he said, “It would be better not to attempt it, for
    • Copernicus made no new astronomical discoveries. Be said to
    • humility and not from principle that he said that only after
    • said: — “When we see a colour, it makes a certain
    • idea of that time. Galileo said: — “If you take a
    • comes into existence at birth, so said Giordano Bruno, the
    • Goethe laid such stress upon finding in the whole plant world
    • important. When they had left the assembly, Schiller said:
    • — “What they said about plants was very
    • structure of the primal plant) said: — “That is
    • puzzled and said: — “It would gratify me very
    • without, said further: — We must only seek for Him in
    • which is assuredly not true, that he said, as is supposed,
    • individual, unaided, modern mind.
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    • with that which was said yesterday regarding the ordeals of
    • It is often said that we live in an age of specialists, in
    • nineteenth century may be said to have opened up the
    • said to be based on ancient occult traditions. But even these
    • of facts before them. People are afraid to take the step now
    • a standard, by the aid of which certain facts relating to the
    • said by the professor of one university of his colleague of
    • poetic intuition, laid down in his “Atomistics of the
    • you carry out into the world what has been said here, not
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    • examination, and takes what is said on authority, until
    • by mistake or malice, yet, as has been said, there still
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • with adulation by the aforesaid ‘public opinion.’
    • with the aforesaid ‘science of the soul,’ will try
    • soul's life’ (though, as I said, the expression is by no means
    • said the father. ‘Yes, and after teacher had told us that in
    • said: My job is to be wet.’ ‘Hm,’ said the father.
    • it out. The father said ‘Hm’ because he did not wish
    • the teacher. He should have said, One must not pass
    • here intended. As I said, not all, but a great part of what
    • People who do not observe what I have now said, often
    • end, or even before (as I said, these things merge into one
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    • much that is done and said in our time we can perceive it. It
    • Certain beginnings, as I said, have indeed been made, towards a
    • said, Your report is so excellent, I doubt not you could make
    • The secretary said, You know the post of Director in the
    • Theatre is vacant? Well, the said man — being a lawyer by
    • game, the other said to him: Come with me now to the Cafe, and
    • Well, said the secretary, cannot you somehow earn her favour?
    • the confectioner's at once,’ he said, ‘and order a large
    • he said, ‘What do you think about it?’ He knew that
    • she was very influential. ‘Well,’ she said, ‘True,
    • can describe how some exotic maid arrives, accompanied by her
    • awakens it is day. Now he is dreadfully afraid. He goes into
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • us. It is not merely my statement; it can be said out of the
    • said Mill, which the nineteenth century developed, is
    • Mill and Herzen even said — should be steering towards a
    • conglomerated mediocrity! ... Looking to what was said by
    • myself happen to want to say. What I express, is said in
    • time. For in those quarters especially, where the aforesaid
    • brotherhoods, because it went along their lines. For they said
    • occultism in those quarters said: What, after all, will emerge,
    • their tea-parties so many old maids of both sexes (I am really
    • must be able to turn our gaze, as I said before, in the right
    • certain concepts. As I said before, it was done in the
    • invited by the said missionary. But when I arrived there, she
    • said to me: We will gradually learn to do without the lectures.
    • said all this with a certain gesture of deprecation) —
    • they were especially afraid of this: What would happen if
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    • Nowadays, as I said, there are those who imagine — though
    • Protestantism — the God of whom so much is said in
    • by Leblais, wherein it is said that the cat has an Ego
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    • said in a bad sense — to caress the infant Jesus has
    • born out of the spirit into a body. When the Rosicrucian said:
    • laid small claim to the spiritual nature, which enters the
    • conscious life. Every true believer of the Old Testament said
    • And, contemplating the Easter thought, he said:
    • “My Kingdom,” said Christ, “is not of this
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • he said: The sun is not merely an external, physical body; this
    • said: “From the beginning the sun was the body of the Christ,
    • the sun's light itself; and he said to himself: “If I look
    • law. And he said: “Before the Christ-principle, the Sun of
    • winter approached, the esoteric Christian said: the sun
    • would see it, said the esoteric
    • religious faiths the Mystery-pupils said, on the strength of
    • with the ancient Magi, who laid the best gifts that they had in
    • way is Goethe, and Goethe has laid down for us this kind of
    • religion of the Rosy Cross. He said: “He was among us; now we
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    • it will be said, of course, that the work upon the etheric body is
    • character within a particular people. Having said this, we have, in
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • measure the three angles of a triangle with the aid of a protractor
    • what I have said you will have observed no doubt that what man
    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
    • people and study it, then, in the light of what we have said, we
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    • race will be clear to you from what I have just said. One cannot
    • why I said that what I had to communicate might be somewhat dangerous
    • truth of what I have just said does not depend upon whether one
    • geographical region. Thus the foundations were laid for the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • intimate processes which here take place if you compare what was said
    • capture it at a definite moment in time. But what I have said about
    • this way the broad foundations of the races were laid, and when man
    • of paper was laid before him on which were many little symbols,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • class of that country and so laid the foundations of the first
    • what I said in this morning's lecture, it is their mission to
    • centre of Europe. It must seem the height of folly, as I said, if we
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    • inner pulsation and knew that it would recur. But he paid no heed to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • said to himself in the course of his evolution man has seen the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • great collective task. You will realize from what has been said that,
    • already said, it was like the memory of what these people had once
    • remarkable phenomenon. We have already said that the first
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    • counterpart. He is said to represent the primeval memory of the
    • why I have said that the soul of the Germanic peoples in particular
    • I have just said is a truth which has long been communicated to a
    • has sometimes been said that the name we give to the greatest Being
    • here, have repeatedly said to me in the last few days how free they
    • have said or shall say. Even before one has reached the stage of
    • have said about Zarathustra and Jesus of Nazareth, about Hermes and
    • most materialistic criticism of the Gospels, verify what I have said
    • those who take what is said as a stimulus in the first place and test
    • active mind and you will find confirmation of what has been said as a
    • could misunderstandings arise from what has been said. But if we have
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    • with religious life, indeed it may be said that it was
    • seven years; but the seed which had been laid in our souls with the
    • human nature. And then this ancient Greek said to himself: ‘In
    • What I have just said
    • which will have a bearing upon what I have just said about Iphigenia
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    • special emphasis upon two things. I said the Greeks were conscious
    • thing. I said yesterday that Greek mythology draws attention to two
    • forces of the human soul. I said yesterday that Demeter is a figure
    • fruitful forces of Nature appeared to him, what did he say? He said
    • him, which build up his body again. Atlantean man said to himself:
    • gave him his morality, his rule of conduct. And the man of old said
    • everything I have just said as fantasy. In fact, however, it is the
    • said that not only humanity as a whole but every individual is
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
    • said that this clairvoyant vision of the Christ, who has been united
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    • rainbow without. That is what he experienced. And he said to himself:
    • lightning. And out of this feeling, which, as I said before, had not
    • as physical man. These things are not said out of the blue, but out
    • the etheric body. But I have already said that the ether body also
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    • lecture will have enabled you to see what I meant when I said at the
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • clairvoyants offered up their bodies to the guiding Beings, they said
    • what he said and did and what he taught was spoken and enacted in him
    • I said that it would
    • in its purest form the human individuality. It could be said that
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch, as I have already said, the Angels went
    • Lucifer was to the Earth, when he said to himself, as it were
    • existence’, he looked up to the star Venus and said:
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
    • said to himself: ‘The spiritual beings whom we revere as gods
    • the name Dionysos was spoken. Hence what has been said today has been
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    • Pluto, Poseidon and Zeus himself. In view of what I said yesterday as
    • We said yesterday
    • I then said about the Elohim, about the culmination of the Elohim in
    • I said yesterday that
    • — as is said in a passage of my Mystery Play
    • evolution. Man paid little attention to his body, he was still
    • said to himself, ‘Our Earth can no longer maintain such an
    • recollection upon those olden times, and said to himself: ‘At
    • the lie to it. How often do we hear this sort of thing said:
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    • As you know from things I have written or said on various occasions
    • built up Greek mythology did know it—said to himself:
    • too. Although it has often been said, very superficially, that he
    • only paid attention to the outer beauties of Nature, even the Greek
    • they said to themselves: ‘Since Dionysos, the younger Dionysos,
    • astral bodies. They said to themselves: ‘Dionysos and his rout
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    • find your own reality. What I have here said in a few words can be
    • therefore he said to himself: ‘There is concealed in this
    • earlier lectures of this course I said that it was not for nothing
    • I said of Ahriman that he creates ‘in dichtem Lichte’.
    • (to be born). When a man comes into the world today he is said ‘to
    • said something it is impossible for anyone to
    • it is said of Benedictus that in his speech the names of many things
    • see that when the ancient Egyptians said, in answer to a question
    • said so far, to suppose that both in the younger Dionysos and in his
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    • feel afraid, not knowing what to do; when it seems: ‘You must,
    • Science. How often do we hear it said: ‘I do that with no
    • what has been said before, we can put it in this way: The totality
    • laid hold of by a substantial reality ... that a particularly
    • Gospels, which relate that the Christ Himself said: ‘If you
    • that was said of Jahve applied to Himself, as the mirror-image is
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    • outwards laid hold of the human organisation. They are the same
    • other conditions came about. I have already said that these bull
    • We have said that in
    • stream and said that it was only able to be what it has in fact
    • position to carry to completion what we have already said about the
    • brain. What I have said about the man of Atlantis, that his ego was
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    • the most arresting Beings and facts of the world-process. It was said
    • of all their efforts, he is afraid of this pride. That is the significance
    • of all that is here said. It is only that the facts are often least
    • road, if in the spirit of what has been said so far we fill our souls
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    • the other side of the spiritual conception of history it may be said that
    • when we bear in mind what has just been said. We realized then for the
    • And indeed it may be said that Spiritual Science today has no need to
    • It was said of Julius II that he gave the impression of a man with a
    • was now to draw into the souls of men and to be laid hold of by dint
    • a conception born out of Raphael's works themselves, it must be said
    • so may it be said that the different “Spirits of the Age”
    • disappear, but may it not be said that they exist nonetheless in other
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    • everything that the people who were present had said, the philologist
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • as the fate aid life of the present day humanity living around us. How
    • qualities which are expressed in the epic when it is said that he can
    • are to be said to us surpass what can be accomplished with the ordinary
    • that of course that which has to be said must appear in superhuman size,
    • Why have I said all this?
    • I have said it in order to characterise how in the national epics something
    • said sounds only like an hypothesis, so may that which Occult Science
    • be said, because that scientific method which is to-day believed to
    • who laid no claim to science in the present-day sense, or to the use
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    • I have often said — arouse any kind of optimistic hopes. But a
    • significant for man, are inscribed, as I have said, in the astral
    • laid down for them by planetary movements. And then, in the
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    • its tendency, as I have said, is to assume a spherical form, with
    • the child was always laid directly it was born — the right
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    • I have often said, the Great Physician in the evolution of mankind.
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    • Human intelligence — as I have often said — is not of
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    • this is said because one essential fact
    • talking in just the same way as if someone said: “There is no
    • back and see what I have said about
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    • an up-to-date education. In spite of this, I have just said
    • be found. Anyone who assimilates w hat has been said in
    • concepts and thoughts must be summoned to his aid if he desires
    • be found that the scale upon which have been laid all the
    • the scale upon which have been laid all the deep feelings and
    • judged by present-day standards, that it is said: human
    • that will help us to understand what will be said in these
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • language is concerned, may almost be said to have re-created
    • it is said that simple men — for the Apostles themselves
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    • Pentecost. I said in the first lecture that clairvoyant
    • which it can truly be said that he had slept through it,
    • have to be said on this occasion, the human soul will have to
    • said finds its way to inadequately prepared hearts and souls
    • Cosmos in a stupendous sign of the occult script. I have said
    • laid in the grave ... And here I will add that the more one
    • of Jesus taken down from the Cross and laid in the grave, and
    • grave in which the body of Jesus had been laid, and the stone
    • Jesus is laid into the grave. A tremor shakes the land and the
    • the body. And now they said to themselves: Before we were
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    • I said in the lecture yesterday that those personalities
    • said of this Mystery: Since the event of Pentecost the Christ
    • spirit and can no longer suffer because he has laid aside the
    • This book is usually read without heed being paid to the real
    • they like to hear and to have said to them. In magnificent
    • Gospel when it is said that Christ Jesus went out with His
    • question was put: “Hast thou said that thou wilt destroy
    • the Jews, dumb before Pilate who asked: “Hast thou said
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    • answers to everything said by the many learned doctors and
    • they said about the ancient traditions and the writings
    • scribes said many a time: “That sublime and mighty Spirit
    • a day he said to himself: All the forces of soul which I
    • years cannot be said to have conduced only to inward elation,
    • soul prevailed. With a kind of prophetic inkling, they said:
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    • were to come to-day — so said Jesus of Nazareth —
    • only lately ceased to be effective. For — so said Jesus
    • said of Hillel: The Thorah [The Thorah is the collection of the
    • everyone who came to him. Two men once laid a wager about the
    • that nobody could ever make him angry. Having laid a wager, one
    • of the two men said: I will go to any lengths to make Hillel
    • threw on his garments and came patiently out. The man said
    • thee! Hillel threw on his mantle, came out, and said: Now what
    • are always gazing at the great desert. The man who had laid the
    • After a minute or two the man returned and said to Hillel that
    • now he had nothing to ask — he had laid a wager that he
    • everyone who importuned him. Such a man — so said Jesus
    • beautiful sayings of Hillel and then he said: The people say of
    • Jesus said: Even if I too, as a son of the House of David,
    • this subject, Jesus of Nazareth said to his mother: The
    • yesterday. He said: Once when I was leaving after an intimate
    • had laid as it were into the heart of the mother what had lived
    • It is sad, they said, for his knowledge was so great. True, he
    • memory. It was as though the Christ Being said to Himself: This
    • life has been set, the foundations of which were laid by
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    • can be said that these souls have become faithful fellow-workers with
    • full responsibility, with which something can be said, which should
    • what has been said can be the deepest comfort, for they have here all
    • strength and activity. It can be said that this virtue comes from the
    • heart. Of one who has this virtue in ordinary life it can be said: he
    • said that this virtue of Temperance depends upon the least perfect
    • are to take hold of life courageously, and not be afraid or withdraw
    • figure of the Maid of Orléans. In European history the simple
    • The Maid
    • during which the Maid of Orleans was carried in her mother's body
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    • into with the world. It has become a purely formal aid for
    • made by paths that have been laid down in complete
    • introduce, simply as aids to understanding, descriptions of
    • When I describe these paths, I do so, of course, with the aid
    • I have said, I could select others from the wealth of earlier
    • seek to understand with the aid of purified thinking. And there
    • aid, reach any assurance of reality. Only by adding exercises
    • experience and observe through his inner powers. With the aid
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    • grips with life. As I have said, I want to pick out only two of
    • once the body crumbles into its elements? This was said not by
    • proposing here. Anyone who explores the soul with their aid
    • more paradoxical may appear what remains to be said, not only
    • can only be suggested in this lecture; more will be said in
    • as Schiller said: “In space, my friend, dwells not the
    • said before, I want to single out just one event.) In ordinary
    • needs to be said over and over again: just as one does not need
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    • art that Goethe sensed when he said: “The beautiful is a
    • made a number of important points; and he then said something
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    • is clear from what I have said already that we effuse our
    • anything that is said does not reside in the way in which
    • with the aid of memory, we discover the laid-up experiences of
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    • here. Yet, equally, it must be said: for the moment, what can
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    • accepted into the organization. Much else might be said, too,
    • it over from the East. To what has been said already about this
    • been said from various standpoints about the significance of
    • relevant for our life today is precisely the one that I said
    • said, and from one point of view rightly said, the unprejudiced
    • said: “Oh, we don't really want to be foremen; we don't
    • once said something very curious to me during a visit to the
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    • a copy of our periodical The Three. He said he had read
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
    • can be seen with the aid of the philosophy of life I am
    • though, as Carlyle said, the intellect may be an expensive
    • an intellect which — as an American has said — has
    • do not impress them. The Oriental will say: With their aid, you
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    • studied historically. You must look, they said, at man's
    • legislation, you often found that what they said, about the
    • of education. Nor need anyone be afraid that authority would
    • about associations, they said to me: We have heard of very many
    • reality itself with the aid of spiritual science, which is
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    • of what a man experiences when he eats and drinks. When all is said
    • Already I have said that in the first half of the 19th Century, people
    • detail, I do not require what is said in this cycle. What I hear I already
    • as I have said, I always exclude the members of the Anthroposophical
    • intention and many a time that also is said which one does
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    • experiences when he eats and drinks. When all is said such
    • have already said that in the first half of the 19th century people
    • require what is said in this cycle. What I hear I already know, and
    • express myself thus, because, as I have said, I always exclude the
    • time that also is said which one did not say.
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • if we turn attention to what has just been said, we recognise
    • Now, you see, If you take what I have just said with reference
    • world-views of ancient tines, knows also what emphasis was laid
    • ancient Mystery Initiates said to their pupils: “Try to
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Augustine on the one aide, Auguste Comte on the other.
    • Atlantean age, to build a bridge between those two. So he said
    • one day Schelling made the following admission, He said, it
    • to a real true life. Therefore he said, “We must turn to
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    • do not say what I have just said in a derogatory way, I say it
    • Each one said to himself: The one who is in charge of my work
    • with what is to be paid in wages. Look at today's situation.
    • we want labor to be paid for. We work for our own sake, for the
    • discovered several things. He said: The human races
    • study them. Goethe once said: “Revolutions are entirely
    • once said: Literally it says: “I was also completely
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    • re-echoing what we have already said on just this very spot
    • the meaning of the building whose foundation-stone we laid
    • often said — are coming to the surface everywhere,
    • journeyman carpenter, a queer fellow, as I said, who tried to
    • ago, the beginning that we felt it to be, when we laid the
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    • and fell into conversation. The younger said to the elder:
    • were, exists nowhere and of which he said that it existed indeed in
    • unifying element. The younger man looked at it and said:
    • He once said to Eckermann concerning Faust, that he had drawn him in such
    • we shall have to say. I have often had it said to me when I have
    • curious manner; they are restless and fidgety, so that he is afraid
    • this payment; I can be paid only with the fruits of nature.’
    • ‘I know the Fourth,’ said the Snake,
    • said the Old Ferryman, ‘but if you do not keep your word, it
    • what the Man in the subterranean Temple had said and that gives the
    • admit that what one said in an abstract answer in the Æsthetic
    • uttered significant words when he said: ‘That which is
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    • be said here must be taken in no other sense than the following. We
    • I said just now, that if Goethe makes the Youth represent
    • And we saw that Goethe thereupon said that if that was an idea, then
    • laid on the universality in Goethe which gives the reason why we
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    • went among men and stood up before God, and God said to him:
    • my servant Job?’ What is here said we find in the poem,
    • when people will understand what Goethe wished to say when he said
    • to know a man who suffered from a surfeit of life and who said, I
    • criticism of people and all moralizing said of Merck, he can never
    • was a man able to decide very quickly on any point laid before him;
    • a time put the Holy Scriptures behind the door, and laid them under
    • Goethe was a man in whose soul a germ had been laid which would
    • On another occasion Goethe said, ‘As one is, so is
    • that man could have said from the beginning that all outward things
    • by step. He said when he wrote at last to his friends at Weimar,
    • thing strives to enter another’ but said to himself:
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    • life, if they are to be depicted as they are. What is said here of
    •  Yet how superb, across the tumult braided,
    • Because he said what those who had some knowledge of the spiritual
    • ‘Pater Ecstaticus,’ ‘Pater Seraphicus,’ and ‘Pater Profundus.’ Concerning this he said
    • I say it as wrongly as all those since Goethe have said,
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • of their appearance and so on. You experienced what they said
    • They said: — ‘There exists in the Cosmos the Earth. And
    • in his own head the being of the Earth-planet itself. He said:
    • experience for a man of those ancient times when he said: ‘In
    • said: Mars impels me, Mars is active in me. Going forward was
    • note-book; this is due as I said, to slovenliness of soul, but
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    • to be laid hold of, he cannot grasp it: even spiritually, he
    • by the human intellect in its matter-of-fact way with the aid
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    • incarnations after the return to Earth. He had, as I said in
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    • I then said before we can come to a clear and full
    • they said to themselves: If Truth is not, well then we live
    • Identifying himself — as I said yesterday —
    • said to have concerned themselves very much with the
    • and said: There I feel the Water-Spirits working upon the
    • Earth; pointed South-West and said: There I feel the
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • growth of green and flowers, then they said: We have separated
    • not come into consideration; for, as I said yesterday, they
    • Alexander into connection with what I said yesterday, when I
    • laid for the founding of a spiritual Ephesus; and this
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    • What I have said will already have suggested that in this case
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    • organism. The men of these earlier times said: Man is a
    • gall-fly laid in an oak leaf, with the result that the
    • aid of silicic acid. There you have forces that come from the
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    • — In the Mysteries, they said, human knowledge, human
    • the Gods, it was said: When we descend into the Mysteries, we
    • then the master said, — and his words struck deep into
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    • us think for a short time of the responsibility laid upon us by
    • said at this Christmas Meeting is sincerely applied in the life
    • These things must be said, not in order to be the subject of
    • be Dr. Zeylmans' wish when he said this morning that an
    • Anthroposophy too may please them! Or again, it may be said: In
    • anthroposophical souls, however, it is said: You have now to be
    • Over the Foundation Stone laid here will be erected the
    • in which you have laid the Foundation Stone for the
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    • done in it. It is said that the most frightful superstitions
    • Hence, I often said, I think even here in this place, in the
    • can be flatly said that all I have mentioned as opinions
    • is said, whether with a certain arrogance or with a certain
    • but the real cause lies in what I have said.
    • dreaming we feel that our whole soul-life is laid hold of by
    • laid aside at death.
    • dependent upon an earlier earth-life. I said that one learns of
    • This is what Goethe meant when he said: “Art is a
    • believed he had attained his ideal of art. He said: “When
    • the covering were one. When something was said from the
    • becomes art quite spontaneously. It fulfils what Goethe said
    • been said or artistically presented in the Goetheanum, was
    • spoken word and the song proceed. It can even be said that when
    • home, the Goetheanum. It may be said that physical flames could
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    • in our last lecture, when we said that St Augustine sought in his
    • in an anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
    • quoting what has been said. Thus, on the one hand the English
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    • said that if we want really to arrive at ideas concerning the
    • during the heat of summer. This festival might be said to
    • all to be taken seriously. Therefore, as I have often said
    • lecture and our chairman said to him: “You will
    • spiritual science; then one will be laid hold of and carried
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
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    • over the matter, that he said: Now I can explain the whole
    • is what we must keep in mind. I have already said: that for
    • things said in the Munich Cycle
    • I put it as follows, I said: It is as if we put our head in
    • just as I have said into an ant's nest — We experience
    • said, we let our thoughts slip our, and the Venus, and Saturn
    • beings slip in. We ought not to be the least afraid of having
    • Century; One must say: It is as if laid down afore time in
    • and we must acknowledge that darkness has laid hold of
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    • understand unless we know that what has just been said was an
    • what was said last year, though with a different intention,
    • take a man whom you know to have written or said something
    • immediately make the excuse: “But I said it in good
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • of truth. And then when someone has either written or said
    • thought it was so, I said it in good faith,” for he
    • said must be a principle, a lofty anthroposophical ideal. The
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • pain inflicted upon Him. Therefore it has been said again and
    • weaker and weaker, and is finally laid hold of by the
    • he who goes to excess, is laid hold of by the world-process
    • the opposite of what is said by the materialist. If you wish
    • essentially moral is said when we say that our relationship
    • could be said about virtue from the standpoint of
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    • individual. Still, it may also be said that, in spite of much
    • it can possibly be said that the life of Goethe has remained
    • similar nature was discussed. It cannot really be said that
    • and had taken all this in as one takes in things that are said
    • relationships. It may be said that Goethe was introduced by
    • picture of his loftily sentimental mood, but also said there
    • platitude,” said an eminent man of the time about this book.
    • the animal. Man, it was said, has no intermaxillary bone in the
    • life. Greek art, he said, now became clear to him: “I have an
    • Man stands, on the one hand, within sensory nature, said
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    • been said, is to lead the way to an understanding of the karma
    • just as it can be said that Goethe would not have been Goethe,
    • have said that, if we observe the age into which Goethe was
    • already said, Goethe was a good minister, and while he labored
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    • ego and astral body than when he is awake. It may even be said
    • felt strongly in his life. Indeed, it may be said that in such
    • had previously been astonished said, “He has no trace of a
    • number from the series of sheets laid before him. Upon another
    • beautiful, but the school teacher said he did not think so. He
    • know from it that Boehme had been a shoemaker. He said that to
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    • conclusion from what has been said since the nature of the
    • the same principle is at the bottom of what has been said. When
    • be said that we must first begin to understand the meaning of
    • what really needs to be said.
    • said that what men consider to be clever is often foolishness
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    • disappeared, so it is said, but has burrowed into the
    • appetites of an earlier time are said to agitate in the
    • greater depths, the utterly irrational, as it is said. The
    • “bestial slime at the bottom of the soul” — as I have said,
    • bear in mind what I have said regarding the relationship
    • who thought it out had much knowledge of life. The father said,
    • son and tell him what a stupid thing the teacher had said. But
    • the teacher had done, and should have said to him, “We should
    • spread over the stupidity of the teacher. The lake said its
    • said, not all, but a great part of what thus appears in the
    • when no attention is paid to what I have just said; that is,
    • because, as I have said, things overlap one another, then the
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    • much that is done and said, and it is far more common at the
    • then said to him, “This report is so good that you certainly
    • theater met this person as if by chance and said to him, “Do
    • this news. So when the game was over, the secretary said to
    • be acceptable to her. “Well now,” said the secretary, “can you
    • That was lucky. He said, “We will go at once to the bakery and
    • goes. He knew that she had a good deal of influence so he said
    • — the director rang the critic's doorbell and said he had to
    • public events are some day laid bare, when the threads are
    • has been said is the truth. You may ask, “What have these
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    • transmitting traits to their descendants. It cannot be said,
    • but something that may be said from present reality —
    • He said that the bourgeois was the human type that had
    • own country, said that England was on the way toward becoming a
    • modern China, and Herzen said that not only England but all of
    • belonging to another, a super-sensible, world. It will be said
    • revolution, which, as he said, was also growing shallow and had
    • Herzen said, “I see the inevitable collapse of old Europe; at
    • give a most stupid example. It might be said, for instance,
    • — which, as I have said, I shall not ask — when she became a
    • serious occultism said, “Now, how can anything much result
    • be significant. Here the same thing may be said regarding many
    • there by a lady representative. But she said to me, “We shall
    • best along with sandwiches. “But the lectures (and she said
    • and less important role.” It may be said that this personality
    • I have said how significant that Chinese book is, I also feel
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    • minute detail, as it is said, upon the demand of anybody and
    • have said, to appear to make unjustified claims upon your
    • said. It was Galileo who produced that masquerade in which he
    • that he said, “And yet it does move,” is certainly false. I
    • be said that the animal frequently devours his god, but
    • bear in mind how often I have said — I have brought this to
    • anything,” he said to Arthur. “Of course, he will order a
    • that I was afraid he would show these cards to them.”
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    • or, as it is said, into a kind of paganism. In their opinion it
    • human soul then really reaches Christ. It may be said that,
    • he has said has been more or less worthless. To these very
    • live in what human beings said to one another. As evolution has
    • course, no one should suppose that what I have just said
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    • Certainly, but then no attenion is paid to the fact that the
    • As I have said, this concept must be transferred entirely into our
    • moon. It may be said, then, that the moon is placed in the
    • connection with the spiritual world. As I said before, we need
    • those confused things that are said today in modern
    • thus far I have said without reservations whatsoever; but what
    • when one learns such things are mentioned. But as I said, there
    • unscathed, one could have said after the fact: “Myers did
    • book. As I said, I am speaking in this supplement to our
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    • anything be said about Christ-Jesus that is connected at the
    • said about earth-evolution, that is, about its details, that
    • theosophically — or anthroposophically he has said such
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    • through and through. It cannot be said that it is man all
    • have said previously: there is something revealing in the
    • at them from the other aide from down there (see right in diagram),
    • breached: But I have said enough on that point; its easiness
    • Titus, so much so that it may be said that he was the soul of
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    • different currents must be separated. It can be said: in here
    • soul and spirit who may be said to be built out
    • (remember what was said yesterday) are actually one and the
    • the most simple. He said: when we look at a plant we have its
    • exceedingly important concepts. Now it can be said that when
    • like it, was always made and it was said: look at your body,
    • of man, and when he said, that is Alcibiades, that is
    • Herman Grimm who said:
    • said at the time; with all your talking and luxuriating in
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    • really handsome cut of hair!’ And he said it in such a
    • employed in these cri-cri factories, who all paid
    • said, that 99 per cent more literary works were turned out in
    • of indifference, what he is producing for and what he is paid
    • followed, a speaker said, that the following argument was
    • practical. Only recently, a practical man from the North said
    • post-cards, somewhere in the year 1902–3. I said, I
    • (A speaker said: There were other
    • stupified and blunted. Dr. Steiner laid special stress on
    • speaker said, That amongst the underlying causes of the
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • for once to be unusually brilliant, they said — these
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    • method of really examining what, of course, had to be said on
    • what is said in The Roots of Social Question with the things
    • to have everything laid before them in a couple of pages,
    • following numbers, just as they appeared before! Having said
    • confidence; if they had said to themselves: ‘Here is at
    • said in the most good-natured, well-meaning way: ‘Here,
    • matter; the really important matter, as I have said over and
    • I said, that
    • to think over what I have said however, you will see, that
    • said a great deal to the same effect before now, and all in
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • regrettable that so little has been said about the Threefold
    • said about it before: that in certain circles of syndicalist
    • person; and I said, that I thought really the proper
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    • have no wish to speak about all the rubbish he has said
    • said at that time that the interaction of moral fantasy and
    • actions that are carried out apart from us. This is why I said
    • unconsciously afraid of the powers that have to be developed in
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    • which he said that a study of the historical evolution of
    • University. He said that German history can be divided into
    • Wilson laid down. On the other, I read what Hermann Grimm said
    • of this fact. He said that the individual human being then
    • said previously, the spiritual scientific method is based
    • what I have just said to its logical conclusion — in its
    • have said that thinking is connected with a declining
    • I have said, the fact that this event concerning the whole
    • intimately related — I have already said this today
    • are quite changed, he would express what he said, even in the
    • the same things today as he said in the 1880's. We honor the
    • only is what Goethe said at that time true — what can be
    • said today is also true. For today the following holds good:
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    • sensible to the super-sensible. For instance, he said to
    • while he said, “Now try to think the person who has been
    • said he managed to lead a sane and wise life because he avoided
    • What I have just said leads the scientist of spirit on a
    • thought content that he had before. As I have said, this is a
    • here it must be said that this development of the will involves
    • And he said that if we wanted to undertake something in order
    • spiritual world. But then he said, Where supranaturalism
    • Bois-Reymond said was right — that we cannot penetrate to
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    • is often said today that when man's spiritual life is in a
    • thought and the last impression, it must be said by real
    • can be said: Man is really entirely awake only insofar as his
    • Paradoxical as it sounds, it must be said: Between the thought,
    • of art in the most intimate way? He said “Art is a
    • would never be revealed.” And he also said
    • if it were said that Anthroposophy sought to institute a new
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    • personality, and in any case what he said was spoken in the
    • Naegeli said was absolutely true, so that one can say that the
    • have said, I cannot go into details — you can find all
    • can refer to what I have said about the artistic side of this
    • physical from the soul experience. In doing this he laid the
    • life, the development of the will. What I have said so far was
    • Darwinism reacted to what Hartmann said. They said: Well, of
    • praise and said: It is a pity that this colleague of ours, this
    • ourselves. — In fact, Ernst Haeckel even said: I myself
    • could have said nothing better than what this anonymous author
    • be said against it, just as Eduard von Hartmann was able to
    • in quite a different way. And, as I have said, we become able
    • is said, for instance, that what the science of spirit has to
    • church, said in his lecture on Galileo: It is with injustice
    • certain ideas which are falsely said to be derived from
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    • just said, can also be observed geographically, when it
    • course of development as the proper course laid down for
    • interesting fact that such things are said by human beings,
    • the other hand, said, “I gladly serve my friends, yet
    • judgment. All this must be said, if one speaks of how
    • paid to the cultivation of inner truthfulness, as is so often
    • with astonishment that Field-Marshal Hindenburg said, if he
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    • was laid down in them. They want to be that now. Therefore
    • place before your souls, that of which it has been said that
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    • also been said ever and again — we shall never be able
    • then be said that in our day men having the temerity to take
    • something that for once has to be said. People who themselves
    • friends bring me things which have been said at some place
    • of materialism, And what is so often. said now about this
    • Waldorf School) But just because these things must be said
    • of modern man. Much of what was formerly said about man is
    • false if said today. If today we do not study pedagogic
    • said out of the very spirit of the present and one is at
    • As I said, it
    • but be said that whoever taken it seriously has a heavy task
    • reason I have had to add what I have said to you today. What
    • at a state of health. All that has been said has not yet been
    • been said. If you help towards right understanding of what is
    • said you will not again fail to help the truth to be spread
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    • We have said
    • you think it could truthfully be said that in our time men
    • moreover,agreee with what I said in the lecture to the
    • said that men who themselves are able to follow a thing
    • and when as often to-day, we hear it said that here and there
    • said, just because he had ventured as a result of his
    • Priests. And the tone of the things said by both sides is not
    • Constantinople had laid down that man consists of body and
    • the influence of that Church Dogma laid down in the 9th
    • spirit — they are said to be interfering in what is a
    • natural science. What is said in my book “The Mystics
    • when it was said of a man that he was “gifted”
    • present day humanity, for much of what was said in earlier
    • by what is said in a sense that is according to Christ's Will
    • “old-maidish” outlook. I would, naturally, rather
    • Now it would, as I have said, be more
    • agreeable to leave such things unsaid, but this is
    • At the end of my address I have often said
    • other sides, and so I had to add that which I have said to
    • vital way. My sole purpose to-day in what I have said, has
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    • a kind of vague, indefinite quantity It might be said that
    • may be said that simultaneously with the emergence of this
    • picture includes all that there is to be said about that
    • something entirely different from what is often said in
    • We shall afterwards see that this is all said by way of
    • I have often said that this purely mathematical-mechanical
    • repeatedly said that up to a certain point, everyone
    • understand what is meant when it is said that man is within a
    • from what I have just said that such a consciousness is
    • considering what I have said to you today to be the most
    • to paint. An artist in Munich once said to me when I was
    • was an American and he said to himself that there was
    • mentioned. For very, very much of what is said and lectured
    • And particularly it is said about Anthroposophists and
    • means easy nowadays. Much may be said in this direction but
    • one's heart bleed to realise the truth of what was said by
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    • Spirit he is losing the soul and Spirit. I said before that
    • into his inner being. I said that as we look into the
    • have often told you, and I have also said in public, that one
    • teaching were laid before those who were specially Chosen to
    • as an outsider. As I have often said, the education at the
    • of the human being. What is there to be said about this
    • surely be obvious to you from what has been said that neither
    • what is behind matter or within matter. This is said to be a
    • I have said
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    • what he said by adding: “The man to whom art begins to
    • become true art. And it can well be said that it reflects a
    • said that from a certain boundary of perceptive
    • This happens in such a way that the human form may be said to
    • the human figure the following may be said by way of
    • he said the green leaf passes over into the colourful
    • the rest of man may be said — when suitably
    • this we may have the feeling (as I said, there is no occasion
    • intensive perspective without the aid of any drawing. It is
    • to a physical-superphysical, which may be said to contain a
    • said it is held under the spell of nature, and from this
    • artists it can indeed be said that more or less consciously
    • sources of art can be said to represent very deep needs,
    • element both content and form.” (As I said, this is
    • the truth of what Goethe has said: “The man to whom
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    • architectural proportions and harmonies. It can be said that
    • an example. He was not afraid to build the bridge between
    • content of what is said, but that through the way in which
    • Bois-Reymond has said, with truth, that contemplation of
    • has been said and you will realise that the aim of the pupil
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    • have to be said on the subject of the connection of man's being with
    • may ask themselves: Whatever more is there to be said about the being
    • question we must think about what has been said in many lectures on
    • among these few! But remember, several thinkers have rightly said, quite
    • follows directly upon cause—so it is said. There is nothing more
    • whatever with a preceding cause. For how can it possibly be said that
    • is laid into the soul. We must associate with the acquisition of knowledge
    • As I have said, the possibility
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    • understand unless we know that what has just been said was an
    • what was said last year, though with a different intention,
    • take a man whom you know to have written or said something
    • immediately make the excuse: “But I said it in good
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • of truth. And then when someone has either written or said
    • thought it was so, I said it in good faith,” for he
    • said must be a principle, a lofty anthroposophical ideal. The
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • pain inflicted upon Him. Therefore it has been said again and
    • weaker and weaker, and is finally laid hold of by the
    • he who goes to excess, is laid hold of by the world-process
    • the opposite of what is said by the materialist. If you wish
    • essentially moral is said when we say that our relationship
    • could be said about virtue from the standpoint of
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    • the things said by these divine teachers to the human race in
    • emphasis was laid on the following: “I have had a
    • her aid through a knowledge which is gained through a special
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    • has been said in recent lectures.
    • have said, such an Avatar-being can either enter into a human
    • Now we have already said in the lecture
    • in this way: They said to themselves: It has been communicated
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    • beliefs, within the same things said about these things as are
    • of the human soul something very significant is actually said.
    • of the forest over the din of the city, it is said that sounds
    • existence, but it is said that she is blind. It may not be
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    • As I said, today's lecture is to serve as an introduction to
    • after death when a person has laid aside the body. Every
    • implied in what has just been said. It is obvious to deeper
    • discussed. (But can it be said that modern human beings are
    • man,” he said, “looks into his inner being, he
    • can be said that when a civilization comes into being, we
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    • go into what every commentator has said about this particular
    • passage, but it all amounts more or less to what is said by a
    • things said about Goethe's Faust. Minor states:
    • is apt. He said: If a head and a book collide and the result is
    • that can be said to this is that then human beings must
    • someone said: “I have experienced... ,” he
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    • Thus, it must be said that while Arthur Schopenhauer
    • stated in the Gospel of John 7:39, where it is said that the
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    • well as the lowest, is the breath of gods. It might be said:
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    • these traits is not laid during this period, it will result
    • do meaningless things like, for example, braiding. Talents
    • long as nothing is said.
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    • It is said that
    • nothing is said that throws light on the riddle of death.
    • humans. Few of the things said today will apply to either the
    • have heard it said that anthroposophical truths, derived as
    • said: “Everything in nature is life; she only invented
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    • Atlantis is a mythical continent, said to have sunk into the
    • from life. Rather should it be said that a person's character
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    • who said that eternal ideas are behind everything. The
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    • the foundation for the child's further development is laid,
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    • it was first inaugurated, certain rules were laid down for
    • Rosicrucian schooling. Something ought to be said about this
    • knowledgeable guidance. What is to be said about this subject
    • they must be absolved. What I have said about it so far, and
    • not the blossom, that corresponds to his head. This was said
    • be thought of in conjunction with what was said about the
    • usually said about it is pure nonsense. The indications given
    • world, points to something said by Paracelsus to which I have
    • said: “The eye is created by the light for the light,
    • said about delving into one's inner being. This penetrating
    • scientific training. Everything that is said here in this
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    • mysteries. As I said, ordinary history can tell us nothing of
    • the onlooker by this drama, which might be said to be
    • that only if a pure maiden would sacrifice herself for him
    • another. Is the maiden's sacrifice for Poor Henry ultimately
    • pure. Only an innocent maiden's love can redeem the Flying
    • Rhine Maidens. Alberich is representative of the
    • to hear it? It should not be said that something arbitrary is
    • It is said that to thee All things are known.
    • of the Brahman caste, was loved by a Tschandala maiden;
    • To the maiden was then revealed that in a former life she was
    • sense. We are shown that the maiden herself, in a former
    • tradition, so that it can truly be said that Wagner has
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    • Bible arose only gradually. It is said that the Bible cannot
    • who said: “What is known today as Christian religion is
    • ancient times by those who understood. They said to
    • initiate. One said as it were: "He who is accepted into the
    • initiates, insofar as they knew of them. What was said about
    • that gave Moses his task and said: “Tell them that the
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    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • beforehand. It should be specified that what is said now has nothing
    • with the reality. Much must be said in this moment which is not in
    • agreement with much that is valid in the world. Thus it must be said:
    • has been said today is preliminary. For
    • said about the intentions behind the thing itself. Therefore a
    • becoming. And what is to happen because of what has been said today
    • stream, a living becoming, and everything that is said about it will
    • would act independently in the sense of these titles. I said at that
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    • conscious breath with conscious thinking, in this way, he laid hold in his
    • lofty spirituality. This spirituality, laid hold upon in thought, pulsated
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    • we refer quite seriously to realities, it can indeed be said,
    • might be said: At that time, the divine-spiritual beings still
    • spirituality continued to develop, and as I have already said,
    • the past. It might be said that the old pure spirituality
    • have said that the divine-spiritual beings have their earthly
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    • indicated the bread and said: “This is my Body.” And of the
    • will then be true.” Afterwards he said:
    • “The Angel came in unto her and said: Hail thou that art highly
    • into a son of Sophia and said: “Behold, thy mother.”
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    • with this now next — perhaps somewhat prepared already, as said
    • if it is working too strongly. I had said, the ether body might be all
    • aided by physiology. The earlier physiologists, of course, were better
    • one, for example, said, if one had had bad dreams — I have already
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    • — if only out of dreamlike knowing — it was always said:
    • to a renewal of the old dreamlike wisdom. I often have said that this
    • clear by an example — as I said — through the example of
    • did not speak of illness, but said right out: Death exists and He
    • of this type of illness. One then said to oneself: this person has become
    • in such a case one said: this person has become too dependent upon the
    • himself. Therefore one said to oneself if a person has been taken ill
    • one said to oneself: if the person lives there, then he is too strongly
    • to the cosmos. One did this in such a way that one said: since this
    • into him. One said to oneself: In these or other plant-blossoms, super-earthly
    • extracting their juice. One said to oneself: this plant is blossoming
    • that today, also, it must be said: light has a tremendous strong influence
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    • confusion. What I have just said is extremely important.
    • already said that human beings are nothing but sinners who are
    • it. Then someone would be found who said he could sort it out
    • meet this problem in life all the time. It is, as we have said,
    • this connection. We have said that to begin with when we
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    • events. I said, “Suppose a party of people had set out to
    • and improved morally in certain respects. It might be said what
    • practice” he said, looked for the first miser he could
    • what I have said that we should always behave like that
    • the aforesaid Faust and condemn it, not to Hell, which
    • happened if this man, who said that his own fifth grade teacher
    • grasp differently what is being said, you would not really be
    • He said, “I simply cannot get up! Unless something occurs
    • laid down in us which suggest one or another motive, it does
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    • satisfied and said “You are doubtless a conscientious
    • second teacher also said, “I have gone through the whole
    • experience of his last year's mistakes. The headmaster said,
    • Then it was the third teacher's turn. He said, “During
    • “Well,” said the headmaster, “you will also
    • “Well,” said the headmaster, “you seem to be
    • really,” said the headmaster, “we would be
    • said, one never really knew what would happen the following
    • similar way as before. Then the headmaster said, “There
    • said the first two gentlemen. “The previous headmaster
    • always said that he ought to take guidance from us!”
    • “I do not think so,” said the new head. “It
    • could such a thing happen? And he said, “The third
    • way foresee that all will be well. And,” said the new
    • things will go well,” said the new headmaster, “if
    • everything remains vague,” said the school inspector, to
    • made no special impression on people, for they said, “We
    • immediate present. He did not brood over the past, but said,
    • that,” but said, “I have made
    • said, “By incorporating what I have gained through the
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    • said, for such objections do exist. Consider for a moment
    • what I have just said, that when we have done something, it is
    • difficulty. You know, the great Spinoza said that when we look
    • what we have said keep a person who has stolen something from
    • has been said, we must realize that we then have to make the
    • freedom. As I have already said, in the fourteenth century
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    • essence of the I, as we have often said, can be so
    • was really founded on observation. When they said, “Gold
    • said, we are now roughly in the first third of the fifth
    • hidden, imperceptibly. As we have said, it is only taken hold
    • have said before that if we offer the challenge of spiritual
    • if you think about what has been said here today and often
    • have said in earlier times that it used to be the normal thing
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    • days often said that the state should be above all a
    • nothing—are said of the seeing with two eyes. If we did
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    • often said that when one sees through these things a facile
    • say again and again what an aid to this experiencing in
    • Christianity must be widened through a permeation, as I said
    • said of very many — how people today are fixed fast in
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    • must be paid particularly by those of us who try to take our stand on
    • considerations today, I will take an example that may be said to have come
    • into question, a quite definite outlook developed; and it may be said
    • At that time he said something that is quite correct — at the
    • What (said he) men must observe so that they do not arrive at the most
    • as his Revision of Logic! As I said, this Revision of Logic had then
    • much. At that time he said something very fine: The Catholic Church
    • as well. He said: “Really gentleman you can not understand me
    • to the rein and showed signs of shying. The coachman said it was afraid
    • fuller experiences, with quite different experiences. It might be said
    • I said: How long ago in evolution is it since man tried to make paper?
    • experience. It can be said that a peculiar intimidation, as it were,
    • from anything and everything. This man said to me: “Something
    • reason why certain animals are afraid. There is no need to look for
    • characteristic of animals. When animals are not afraid it is just because
    • Reich”: men are afraid in face of spiritual life; how is it that
    • they become so afraid? It comes about by their having at the present
    • the animal. The animal is afraid, the animals are going through the
    • times, he may be told: If you wish no longer to be afraid that a fearful
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    • said yesterday.
    • I said that on certain points, compared with many of the statements
    • spoken about this point. You know how I have said that the only wad
    • Science it is said—and this is supposed to be heretical in the
    • the ordinary. The Maid of Orleans would perhaps be given as an example.
    • be said to get beyond the mere general belief of the Church and rise
    • have these words if it is said further that the human soul is never
    • means further that nobody may assert it to be heretical if it is said:
    • should be said to exist between the ordinary faculties the faithful
    • cast its shell.” At that time these things were said not in the
    • that is said to be heresy. Truth would be honestly upheld were it said:
    • honestly meant when it is said Rituals that are very old can do no harm
    • kind of Spartacus League. Heed must be paid today to the fact that we
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    • of such a nature that they can throw light, it may be said, from another
    • these conditions. People avoid them because they are afraid. From this
    • because it may be said they cannot reveal themselves in any other way.
    • them, but they might be said to be embalmed, mummified. For in the world
    • Now it might be said: For
    • to life what is said about Saturn, Sun, Moon and their corresponding
    • for understanding rightly what is said from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • to understand many things which might be said to be obliged to arise
    • if greater attention is not paid to the deeper grounds out of which
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    • said, suffices for understanding and receiving open-mindedly all things
    • much also could be said of a similar nature to what can still be said
    • As I have said this is always emphasised. It is emphasised because it
    • are concerned. It may be said to weaken these experiences. Our body
    • about what is often said—that people throw away the experience
    • experiences. And you know how often I have said that whoever in life
    • already said here, it is possible to find these solutions only beyond
    • be said to be practised only instinctively, that is, to meet other men
    • it is said: Oh, we do not want to hurt the man, now and then one has
    • and its American sister country it is said that if human nature is not
    • Attention must be paid to this unless attention is focused on this no
    • paid to such a matter the spiritual horizon becomes wider. And this
    • to be said intimately, systematically, but which it is necessary to
    • it may be said: Is this the kind of swindle that I really find more
    • the capacity for discrimination. I have said this repeatedly, so that
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha. And it may be said: whoever in his whole
    • different from any heathen religious conception. It may be said at once
    • the Greeks we see that the Gods cannot be said to have had much moral
    • however, the deeply tragic underlying tone, which might be said to ring
    • this is rather different from the Kingdom of Nature. It may be said
    • done this. But the following, for example, can also be said: the old
    • barbarians. Their conceptual life of soul could be said to have been
    • Therefore it may be said that to men in the south Christ came in such
    • a gateway. “You must first pass through this”, they said
    • quite embryonic, waiting on till later. Thus it may be said: we have
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    • with her (as I said, I need not labour this) will send their thoughts
    • clear, as far as may be today, and as I have said the content will flow
    • did these old Mysteries serve? On the whole it may be said: the great
    • said yesterday converted it into different conceptions, but above all
    • with you yesterday it may be said: The Christ came first to the man
    • of Golgotha, but, as I said yesterday, he was in a state of expectation.
    • to recall something I have often said to you during these years of catastrophe,
    • may be said to have held sway, all that prepared a way for itself and
    • in the best intelligence of the periphery. Of this it might be said:
    • It cannot be said that mankind have yet reached a high point in their
    • felt lonely. And in a certain way he may be said still to be alone today.
    • Read what I have said about Faust and about the figure of Mephistopheles
    • In this sense it may be said that the whole of the nineteenth century
    • old ecclesiastical Christianity, he said: “Prophets to right,
    • him said—he had to find his own way.
    • show him he said when there about these works of art: “Here is
    • be said that the intellect that leads us quite well in our search for
    • help of Goethe's impulse. I said yesterday and repeat today that the
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    • references to this familiar field, once said that he has a
    • said: “Most people will rather be a piece of lava in the
    • the third step, what's been said suffices, regarding
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    • in what will be said, a sort of foundation for their own work. We shall
    • the age. So to-day, when I have said, I wish to provide a foundation
    • I have said before in other connections, that if any of the spiritual
    • are afraid of the inpouring of the spiritual, which can only manifest
    • no suspicion. It may be said that in nature there are organic forms.
    • I said to myself: anyone going up these stairs must have some sort of
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    • Now as I have said, if
    • I have already said th.it
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    • of humanity no image of the ego had been evolved. For, when man said
    • be said: he who to-day understands and smypathises with that which man
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    • now so little is known even to science. As I have often said,
    • said before, whoever thinks as men think today can hardly
    • culture said ‘Silver’ he did not mean only what
    • whole earth. Naturally when this is said today it is regarded
    • produced by the tentative progress of what today is said to
    • you bus always hear said about the figure of Isis. To
    • the feeling behind what is said about the veil.
    • all over the world, or that with its aid thought would
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    • will read you what was said on the subject by Schröer
    • who knew something about the matter said: I suggest, your
    • preacher said: very well. But may I take sacred relics with
    • impossible is possible. Then I said: the way in which it was
    • Lead us truly through the clamor (this is said to the
    • been said it will be clear that Mephistopheles makes use of
    • all that that is said there. How much real knowledge is shown
    • this is in tune with what is said by the Will-o'-the-wisp,
    • have said, Mephistopheles wishes to keep Faust more to
    • degrees so little interested in what is being said that
    • amounts almost to a temptation. Faust moreover is afraid he
    • he would have said: we have been preaching Monism.
    • Dream is to be taken seriously it is said:
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    • of Goethe's his spirit we may now call to our aid the already
    • said about Fichte both in the development of the
    • you can see by all that is said the
    • fixe with him that he had created it. I said to him at
    • Mephistopheles a little, so he said: Look here, my dear
    • who had to do with ancient documents and parchments said: But
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    • the scenes we have just witnessed. And what can be said in
    • knows of the matter and what has been said by us in the
    • said to be learnt through direct perception by those
    • remember clearly how I have already said that the crossing of
    • approached in thought with great caution. As I said, this is
    • said that only in the world comprehended by the senses are
    • spiritual world. And everything said in the book
    • been said, he has to accomplish magical actions. For that it
    • I showed you, what I once said to you, that nowadays it can
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    • epoch may be said to have a special task. I beg you not to
    • What I have said in this moment need only be envisaged in a
    • evidence of this. Goethe said to himself as it were: If I
    • robbed, and now she hears all that is being said of her. It
    • important. Mephistopheles would not have said the same to
    • conflict with Evil. Far more intense, I said, is this
    • The fact is that these things can only now be said directly for
    • Now as I said
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    • I said that
    • the abstract emphasis that is laid on the principle of
    • murderer, thy mother's husband.” This was said to
    • even said that Hera promised Paris Asia, that is the ruler-
    • not know, I may even have said it several times) there is a
    • the world — to the various things that are being said
    • moment, what is so often said in official quarters to this
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    • has already been said here during the autumn.
    • been known to Goethe in definite ideas. Nor can it be said
    • what has been said. For instance, no one ought to say he has
    • human self-knowledge may be said to find in
    • As I said before, I am not speaking to-night from the
    • is the sort of thing Goethe would have said
    • To be sure, there is something there which may be said to
    • most amazing things said. For if these people cling to their
    • He is, it may be said, the original
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    • said yesterday, however, you can gather one thing concerning
    • said by a kind friend to whom you would rather listen than to
    • on, because he is afraid of the stormy, surging element into
    • wisdom. Everything said by Anaxagoras in this scene, however,
    • Diana is generally said to be the goddess of the chase.
    • As I said yesterday, he lived within his northern world, and
    • in approaching them. From many things I have said in your
    • now not long ago I said that no one can ever arrive at a
    • of this kind, or a materialist. As I said, man must be both.
    • must underlie our endeavours. It may be said that there
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    • add something here to all that has been said. I should like,
    • have done so. It may be said that Goethe's individual way of
    • As I said,
    • (This would, as has been said, appear to the modern physicist
    • about our having two hands, and the right one be aided by the
    • really logical, clever theories. I have often said that it is
    • anywhere. It may be said that at the basis of this
    • indifference towards the spiritual world. People are afraid
    • garments, aid these are beliefs in limits to knowledge, quite
    • could give you hundreds of quotations from what has been said
    • interest. men are afraid of Spiritual Science. This may be
    • said is to be taken seriously, is justified in writing as he
    • is said that certain things are in the subconscious how the
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    • this is not said in any belittling sense — by making
    • referred back to what was very ancient. And it may be said
    • be said that the Samothracian Initiate learned to know man
    • man — the human trinity? And he said: This trinity can
    • about all that Goethe stands for will, as I said recently,
    • said: Were Goethe to appear among us today, wishing, in
    • speaks in Goethe's poem. It might be said that Nereus is the
    • talking, even if it is about the spirit. Follow what is said
    • said is not merely the spoken word but derives its force from
    • he said to himself: I am an the track of what the Greeks were
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    • I said
    • here and there, which, easily acquired, is then said to be
    • existing in days of yore. It might be said that what happens
    • stood before works of art in Italy, he said that he saw
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    • like you to think that in what has been said I have been
    • may be said that whoever has never experienced the suffering
    • friends, with what I have said compare three different
    • As I said,
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    • said to themselves: that which we bear within us, we can only
    • which former psychologists said to themselves is absolutely
    • something else has to be said. The dream cannot give me any
    • know how together with the body when it has been laid aside
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    • what the Egyptian cultural leaders said to the people: when you
    • what he said. No, it was said under the presupposition that
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    • feel that it is indeed so, what is said by spiritual science.
    • during this time the Christ-Spirit worked into it. Christ said
    • These things are not simply said. We must go through them in a
    • documents. It has already been said that originally no hard
    • spiritual cause. When we, as we said, stare karma in the face,
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    • composes the physical body — when, as I have said, so
    • aid of the microscope, it required but a step further for that
    • the course of a conversation Haeckel once said: “People
    • had once said:
    • into mine hands,’ he said in an undertone to Sir Benjamin
    • contest, Huxley said: ‘You say that development drives out the
    • gain admittance to this realm. It is only by the aid of certain
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    • we today would say ‘I think.’ This could only be said
    • said to themselves — and what I shall now describe was an
    • beyond the earth, not only a few miles, but as I said, up to
    • aware that this was being said, that this idea existed, —
    • younger man said, ‘Thinking takes hold of men. Thought, the
    • ‘What will happen?’ said the younger man. ‘Will European
    • Much has been said today in aphorism. The inner connection will
    • intellect, but to feel with your whole being what has been said
    • feelingly, in order that not only what is said but what is
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    • those of you who have studied what was then said, will have realised
    • it essential — so he said — for those who desired to take
    • And it is the same to-day. People are still terribly afraid to
    • less in detail for many years. I have said more than once that a time
    • improved although it may perhaps be said that the senseless actions of
    • convenience men brush aside all that is said with the intention of
    • at the present time. This statesman said that the focus of
    • In the lecture to educationists yesterday, I said that we are prone to
    • is said along these lines and you will realise that the sermons are
    • It is clear from this that egotism has laid hold of the very depths of
    • These and many other things are said, but there is no conscious
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    • between death and a new birth, the seeds were laid for all that arises
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    • physical world. I have said before that this life before birth is
    • said to differ from Norwegians although they live in such near
    • can truly be said that there, in the South, men looked back to a lofty
    • Northern people went forth on their migrations, their raids and their
    • Those who hate Anthroposophy to-day — this may be said. among
    • humanity. They are afraid of what they must overcome if they are to
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    • that he said were proceeding directly out of his own heart; he
    • very meagre extent; for, as I have said, it was a family abundantly
    • task, the writer said, to which he, Fichte, would willingly lend
    • it impossible to say the exact contrary of what they had said before;
    • said to himself, a philosophy of life which, in the light of a
    • world, he said: “Now may I ask you just to fix your attention
    • “Of course, if people just read what I have said, then it is
    • his work should be read aloud. Then he said to Schiller: “You
    • exalted to that spiritual level of which Fichte said that it was the only
    • see the matter settled by a reprimand. But Fichte said to himself that to
    • used to be said of him that he had a sharp tongue when necessary;
    • As I said,
    • theoretical champion of the principles he professed when he said:
    • was, he said, the age in which he lived, which had brought
    • of Napoleon, of which it may be said that an image of the Emperor,
    • to a state of human existence at the present time, said Fichte, in which
    • minds, said Fichte, have forgotten the moral principles which must pervade
    • “Why yes,” said Goethe, “that is the philosopher
    • towards the philosophy of Kant. What he said was — not word
    • of being. We must, he said, become aware that a supersensuous mind
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    • I have already said
    • just said.” I know too that those who speak like this do not
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    • that flowed in a group of people. To hear it said that “the
    • I said many years ago, publicly in my books
    • accepted as dogma.” I could understand such a thing being said,
    • all dogmatic wisdom must be laid aside. We can imagine Krishna saying
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    • not really there; when he said, “You have only to realize that
    • does it in such a way that, after all he has said about Newtonism, he
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    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • been surpassed in later times. Suppose further, having said this, he
    • It may be said though
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    • Today I have said that
    • sometimes said that nothing itself cannot exist. Yet, what exists in
    • think when you consider all that has been said today, leading up as
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    • had to remain secret. It is said that the secrets of the old
    • great European thinker said on his deathbed, “Only one person
    • It can also be said of
    • has just been said, we shall gain a ray of light to show us how
    • Fichte. What would they have said? We are supposing it does not
    • once said. “There is no getting away from it, it is the sad
    • great men would have said, “What we were striving for back in
    • not quite justified, for the simple reason that if someone said,
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    • feeling must be attuned so as to understand what is said in the sense
    • said, “So long as one does not
    • They deny the spirit because they are afraid of it. They are in
    • afraid of the spirit. Materialism is not logic, it is cowardice
    • antagonist Lucifer had come; he who said, “Your eyes will be
    • In the ancient Indian sense Lucifer said to man, “You will be
    • understood the Baptist when he said to them, “Change your
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    • FROM what has been said we can well see that the ascent into the
    • As already said, we regard the facts of the physical world as enmeshed
    • previously paid no attention or had not noticed. Then he will find
    • waking or sleeping person. Also when he has, so to speak, laid aside
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    • the innermost of the human soul, he said to himself: “That is
    • Initiation it was said that Osiris was at the same time spouse and son
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    • in what has just been said. The Holy Grail was and is nothing else
    • earlier times it was said that one had to travel to a particular
    • meant in any figurative sense. In our own time it must be said that
    • Whereas it has been said that the Castle of the Grail is situated in
    • externals, but it must still be said that the facts which have been
    • Even such things as have been said in these lectures — if a
    • hear it said: “Humanity is always advancing!” Yes, but this
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    • said to the High Priest: Shem-Ham-Phores, which means: What is his
    • These principles of man's being were laid down in remote ages of his
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    • Could we be said to understand the nature of a magnet if we described
    • the aid of the self into spiritualised bodies. The physical body is
    • through this Initiation was said to be ‘twice-born.’
    • heed to what is said without servile, blind credulity and without
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    • It is often said that the first steps of Initiation are fraught with
    • If it is said that compassion suffices, our answer will be: compassion
    • has said that the soul who loves is, till death, equally
    • the Christ said: ‘Lo! the teeth are beautiful.’
    • the aid of plant-nourishment. Prolonged meditation changes the nature
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    • It cannot be said that modern theology has this conception of the
    • fact that its authorship is said by some to have taken place in the
    • to this Gospel as to their Bible. It may be said in a sense that the
    • said: — ‘The Gospel of St. John awakens thine inner senses
    • the mountains, he said to himself that another existence would
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    • in a disturbing way on the physical body. That is why fasting is laid
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    • said to come from the land of the Hyperboreans — that is to say
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    • shutting-off had not taken place, man could never have said
    • — “Imagine,” they said, “that while retaining his
    • One stage further and deep sleep becomes a conscious state. Description is impossible, for this condition passes beyond the limits of comparison. All that can be said is that it exists.
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    • may be said of every sense-organ.
    • human hand had been laid on the Earth, we find it as it issued from
    • is said in occult writings that the first Teachers of men were the
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    • two. Christ taught man how to find the Law which was originally laid
    • St. Paul meant when he said that freedom and love are the highest
    • oriental philosophy. It is said that the idea of a Redeemer of men
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    • It has been said many times in the course of these lectures that
    • of the Rosicrucians. They paid less attention to the historic aspect
    • first germs of Christianity were laid down in this epoch among the
    • said that Ptolemy's chart is erroneous. Now this in itself is not
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    • as an historical source. It is said in theological circles
    • the gospels and lost faith. They said: We cannot reconcile
    • he said:
    • will verify what is said in my first twelve chapters.
    • things quite well with the help of what I said up to now. In
    • physical body and were laid hold of from all sides. This is
    • John Gospel, chapter 8, verses 58 and 59: “Jesus said
    • the pictorial expression for what I have just said. It
    • worlds. In chapter 10, verse 9, it is said: “I am the
    • and John. It is said of John
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    • have said so far about the Gospel of St. John has taken us
    • a family? One said they were members of a soul-family tracing
    • said unto him: Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?
    • Tree of Life. He who had reached this point is said to have
    • understand each other. “Jesus said unto him,
    • is complete. Jesus answered him, and said that it will become
    • He said, “Because I said unto thee I saw thee under the
    • Certainly, we have, frequently said that man must develop
    • through rebirth and repeated earth lives. It is said that
    • Think, if someone meant what is supposed to be said here: The
    • Thus he said, signifying what death he should die. The people
    • lifted up? Who is this Son of Man?’ Then Jesus said
    • said: the master took his disciples up into a mountain
    • beyond this world. Afterwards they said to the master,
    • to be laid aside until this time. At that time people should
    • today. True it is what Christ said: I am with you always,
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    • paid no special attention at the time. But they worked on in him and
    • science has always been to unravel the riddle of man. Everything said
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    • in the night”. As I have said, the eyes of the spirit can be opened
    • see the egg and then the hen that laid it. Time in the astral moves
    • for morality. Schopenhauer once said: “To preach morality is easy,
    • of anything that Goethe actually said, but answers he might well have
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    • so that with their aid he will stand firm against the storms of life.
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    • we shall have to look back again at what has been said about man's four
    • physical body. It is laid down once for all, so to speak, and retains
    • of this type does not like to display his toys; he is afraid something
    • From what has been said
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    • If you recall what I said
    • at the animal world, they said, he should tell himself: “I carried
    • exquisitely, with the aid of highly developed intellects. Even now the
    • All this has been said
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    • recall what has been said about the being of man. Man has seven members:
    • about successive incarnations; the teacher said only, “Learn the
    • as Plato said in the language of the old Mysteries: the World-Soul is
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    • God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light
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    • directions for a moral way of life, with everything laid down in the
    • leaf, the Indian said: “The Godhead is no longer apparent in the
    • upon. And then he said: In the world of the Spirit I shall find the
    • gravity, of heat, of steam and electricity, and with their aid they
    • not heeded what he then said and if he had not influenced our souls,
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    • just said, you will experience pictures of things which have no existence
    • said that Edison once dreamt how to make an electric light bulb; he
    • Suppose someone had then come along and said: “The lamp is no
    • laid on yourself. Most actions derive not from your own initiative but
    • him turned away in disgust. Then Jesus said: “What beautiful teeth
    • way about in the higher worlds. But, as I have said, the teachings of
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    • As I said earlier, the
    • command, Do not lie, if you recall what I said about the astral
    • concept of Yama is, as I have said, taken most strictly; it
    • example, that of the species Lion, which can be laid hold of only in
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    • a false self-knowledge, and, as I have said, it can be very dangerous.
    • on the liver, with the aid of certain specific words.
    • this layer was laid down in the Earth — so that men should be
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    • into the coffee. And she said, ‘My coffee is very good.’
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
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    • contained in it.” Paracelsus said it like this: With the plant
    • said yesterday. When the sun forces are going in, first they must
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    • can be said from our perspective about these two conditions.
    • of illness and live with them. Special value should be laid on this
    • The priests paid particular attention to this soul while it was in
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    • aid; that can go further. The whole of evolution takes place in what
    • I said about the breathing, that in the upper human it becomes a
    • of which I spoke when I said it has a beginning in the book
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    • ancient times said: When the human being comes down out of spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • exposed to weather conditions. The ancient physicians laid great
    • been led to the lower gods? An ancient initiate would have said: I
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    • essential is expressed when it is said: The flame of offering belongs
    • faculties — it sets forth clearly what is to be said from a
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    • being touched, of having spiritual hands laid upon them, even of
    • intellect can't make a connection with it. I said just now in regard
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    • into the coffee. And she said, ‘My coffee is very good.’
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
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    • fashion. The new belief said that every sin can be traced to illness.
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    • has already said, “What is
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    • contained in it.” Paracelsus said it like this: “With the plant
    • said yesterday. When the sun forces are going in, first they must
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    • can be said from our perspective about these two conditions.
    • of illness and live with them. Special value should be laid on this
    • The priests paid particular attention to this soul while it was in
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    • aid; that can go further. The whole of evolution takes place in what
    • I said about the breathing, that in the upper human it becomes a
    • of which I spoke when I said it has a beginning in the book
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    • ancient times said: When the human being comes down out of spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • exposed to weather conditions. The ancient physicians laid great
    • been led to the lower gods? An ancient initiate would have said: I
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    • or, better said, the language of the first chapters of the Bible,
    • yourselves in these terms what is said in the first lines of the
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    • just has to be said that, as regards the questions now to come before
    • something the same with the Elohim, when they said to themselves:
    • said that what had already existed in the Sun evolution had now come
    • verb racheph by praying in aid, so to speak, all the
    • outspread substances — upon the waters” one has said
    • substance of the memorable verse: And God said, Let there be
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    • said, Let there be light: and there was light. They allude to an
    • the Elohim — at first, as I said yesterday, in a state of
    • rudiments of a physical body had been laid down in man; during the
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    • him to what I said two days ago — that I could myself raise all
    • the scientific objections against the things said here today or at
    • Having said this, I
    • have a finer, more etheric state. I have already said that we may
    • mighty words: And God said, Let there be light: and there was
    • herb — as I said yesterday, in the mode of species —
    • of the life-ether, which evokes everything that is said to have come
    • Having said this to
    • is undertaken by the Elohim themselves; but after they had laid down
    • which they themselves had laid down the main lines. In this way
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    • the development of our planet. As we have often said, we must think
    • in the direction of the etheric, to light-ether. We have said that
    • Elohim) said, Let there be light; and there was light is
    • We said yesterday
    • that the main lines, the main features, of evolution were laid down
    • [The English Authorised Version is: And God said, ... let them be
    • space in such a way that the great ordinances laid down by the Archai
    • when it has been said that the Elohim or Spirits of Form manifested
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    • the human physical body. You will remember that I said in
    • — and I have frequently said it elsewhere —
    • said to themselves: “If we look upon the material substance
    • this supersensible being of whom it is said: The Elohim made a
    • has gone so far that today we have Rainbow Bibles, with what is said
    • the other part red, because the first clause is said to derive from
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    • the Sun upon the Moon, they might have said to themselves: “We
    • space with this light.” But they could never have said:
    • stage in the Genesis account the momentous words occur And God said,
    • writer of the Genesis account when to the words And God said, Let
    • “they lived and wove in it.” Nor could it be said of the
    • not be said of this work of the Elohim that they perceived.
    • of the first day, it says: And God said, Let there be a firmament
    • not known what to make. There have been commentators who said:
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    • We have already spoken of this unifying of the Elohim and have said
    • of the Elohim and later of Jahve-Elohim We have said that the
    • Thrones. We have said that at the beginning of our planetary
    • We have also said that during the Sun evolution the body of the
    • God said, Let us make man, anyone sensitive to warmth would have
    • species stage — he might have said to himself: “Strange! in
    • itself. Here also, if we know how to interpret what is said, we find
    • he could come back, to hear what he himself is supposed to have said
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    • findings as to the evolution of our earth. I have already said that I
    • shrubs, on the earth, although it had been said earlier that the
    • world-creative powers? Looking up to these, they said to themselves:
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    • all that has been said in the last few days,
    • and especially from what was said yesterday, you will have gathered
    • often said about the character and nature of the man of today. It is
    • intervenes and makes man into the man of today, it is said that
    • able to elucidate what is said in chapter five too.
    • state,” as Jacob Boehme would have said, in that supersensible
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    • Principles such as these were laid down at a time when traditions
    • again they show an inclination to translate what he said into the
    • you,” he said, “if you will only find the way out of your
    • lack of truth is here laid bare. Truth would be obliged to confess:
    • Easter for the greater part of mankind? It may be said of a very many
    • it is still the prevailing theory of the universe. It is said that the
    • that he said he would
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    • acknowledged as such, because the people said: Divinity itself speaks
    • primeval wisdom. And it can be said that this knowledge came to the
    • impulses which laid hold of mankind in the 19th century and
    • a stone over the grave. In truth, two stones have been laid over the
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    • said about all that has been associated with the personality of Jesus
    • the Founder of his religion. In the East it would be said: “One
    • that too would be a misunderstanding. Provided personal bias is laid
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    • On other occasions I have said that the head-organisation of man
    • bodily nature only. And the greater the emphasis that was laid on the
    • the Spirit, particular emphasis must be laid upon the Easter thought.
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    • anthroposophical gatherings. What there is to be said about the
    • Now as I said, the primeval man of earth — in spite of his
    • of which the gods had said nothing! And why?
    • for those who were teaching at that time. As I have said, by far the
    • clairvoyance could still come to its aid, while the last possessors of
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    • As I have already said, the purpose of man's descent into a
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    • fire that is enclosed within man. The ancient Mysteries said: Man on
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    • was rightly said of him that of those who came after him no-one else
    •     “this course,” they said, “the Maitreya Buddha will
    • Is illness suffering? No! — so said those who truly understood
    • replicas of the one grain of corn we laid into the soil.
    • has always existed. It is said that its originator took the chalice
    • rescued, and whither will they be transported? It was said: the
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    • can we say about this Mystery? What can be said was indicated
    • way that they may be said to have learnt to speak, in their fashion,
    • life and has come to the point when his etheric body is laid aside and
    • accordance with our Spiritual Science, it can be said that there is a
    • said: “I believe what I do not know.” They said: “I
    • The inmost kernel of our being may be said to be sheathed in our
    • of what is said. It is the same with everything relating to the second
    • John the Baptist said: Change your mood of soul, the Kingdom of Heaven
    • comes for what has been said by those with a right knowledge of how
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    • bound to seem very forced to anyone reading it. He said: We can only
    • said, this is something not easy to understand. We need, however, only
    • may be said that interest in Anthroposophy is not yet very
    • effective aid to be given. Even if those wishing for Anthroposophy can
    • means is to harmonise what has been said in successive epochs, just as
    • Golgotha, will fulfil what Oriental prophets have always said
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    • As I have said: it is a foolish hypothesis, but we may make use of it,
    • even if I have said it before — the moment of death is of
    • etheric body is laid aside and we experience — retrospectively
    • have been elucidated. We have always said that the life in Kamaloka
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    • You know what an immense task was laid on all those persons helping in
    • and above all, it may be said, with the understanding created by the
    • theirs, we can accomplish the labour which is laid upon us for the
    • soul in so many different forms — and on this we laid stress in
    • Europe,’ he would be right. But if another had said: ‘Just
    • scientific and spiritual culture it may be said — though this is
    • whether you hit him, and if you hear something said by someone, you
    • all the aforesaid suffering, for the positive develops out of the
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    • said about the peculiarities of the soul-life in the various epochs,
    • have some idea of this, from what has previously been said. Thus we,
    • body. We have said that even in dreams if we were able in a sense to
    • through a normal earth life. That has nothing to do with what is laid
    • conceptions for, as I have said, suffering souls so frequently ask
    • here? And wonderful as it sounds (though, as I have said, the
    • And this again is a chapter which if we apply what has now been said
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    • appears in the relation of the two people. As has been said, it may
    • always been laid by human communities on the celebration of All Souls
    • home and said: ‘There are so many people who have to work all day
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    • have said, a certain adjustable threshold exists between the ordinary
    • the evening. As I said, he might perhaps have broken his leg. But when
    • always behold it afresh. I have often said, for example, that if one
    • life; he laid great stress on being correct and blameless in external
    • anticipated in spite of the severe suspicions laid on him, so much did
    • and the last, “This shall be repaid to you. An eye for an eye, it
    • shall be paid back to you. You shall see!” The rest of his speech
    • Markus Freund after his trial: ‘This shall be repaid to you. An
    • an extraordinary sagacious, philosophically inclined man, said:
    • robust man; as has been said, many characteristics could be brought
    • abnormal matter. What I have said as to the merit of this book is
    • to expression; for example, a man of note expressed what I have said
    • appropriate for our time. And as I have often said, ‘the thought
    • I said that in two directions lies the path to the spiritual world, in
    • of allowing itself to be laid hold of by the spiritual world, in the
    • way in which at birth one is laid hold of by the physical forces.
    • If to what has been said you apply what was brought forward in one of
    • on the battlefield — if, in connection with what has been said
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    • our present epoch should not see it. This may be said, that one ought
    • Kant. It has often been said that the whole work of the Nineteenth
    • our age to think thus. And it can really be said of these people that
    • Then this is exactly the same thought as if one said: ‘Goethe's
    • said, such a book really oozes with vanity. It is clever, but terribly
    • knowledge as has been laid down, is utterly lacking to these men. It
    • lived at all. Nothing is to be said against this critical labour: it
    • just said: that the Christ can be known by spiritual means — thus
    • said that personally, as regards my youthful development, I did not
    • Then he said to himself: ‘whoever assisted at Mass cannot
    • is; someone said to them ‘The Holy Christ has brought you this
    • bedroom and sat on Sanna's bed, caressing her. Then the little maid
    • said: “Mother, while I sat on the mountain to-night, I saw the
    • little maid said: ‘Mother, I have seen the Holy Christ
    • had seen Him, so she said.
    • There lies a deeper meaning in this when it is said — as we have
    • ‘Christ is here.’ As He Himself said: ‘I am with you
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    • said at that time: To search for the Philosopher's stone is very
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    • disciples in actual form. Jesus once said to them: ‘Elias has come
    • said further: ‘Tell it to no man until I come again.’ Christianity was
    • This is why the Master said to Sinnett that the human being is
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    • laid as a germ. The etheric body was first added on the Old Sun. There
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    • forms from left behind stages of what was laid down earlier. It was
    • brain) had been prepared, the ego laid itself in the bed made ready
    • is said in such profound legends is actually taken from human
    • body came forth. This is what may be said in respect of the physical
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    • Let us take the relationship of one person to another. It can be said
    • responsible. Then at the next stage man said to himself: Now I have
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    • word of Theosophy. In the occult schools themselves value is only laid
    • language of symbols. No value was laid on the spoken word as a means
    • workers of the future.’ Nothing was said about reincarnation. But the
    • future work formatively upon the organs. It was said to the pupils:
    • occultist said to himself: ‘Thine ego is not only within thyself, but
    • The human being said to himself: ‘I stand here as the end result of a
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    • relationships. This is why it is often said that the very nature of
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    • When at the moment of death the physical body is laid aside, he
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    • Let us suppose that someone's earthly garment has been laid aside and
    • Therefore the Rosicrucians said: Form the world in such a way that it
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    • Adepts came to them and said: You must not follow Jehovah. He will not
    • offspring out of herself. Now Jehovah said: Man has become like unto
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    • laid one upon the other the result is an all-inclusive colour. All the
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    • another, it cannot be said that he has taken something from the other
    • everything takes place physically. But from what has been said, one
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    • form and light became necessary. God said: ‘Let there be light and
    • element separated off. God said: ‘Let the dry land appear.’ Before
    • when God said: ‘Let there be Light.’ The Earth began to densify. Light
    • direction the whole Earth will be overlaid with egoism. It is from
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    • world. This was the price man paid for knowledge. We see therefore
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    • flowed in streams. They said: These are the forces which brought
    • When man begins to nourish himself, the foundation will also be laid
    • original Semites laid the foundation for the present Root-Race.
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    • people said: Nothing whatever exists in the world that is imperfect
    • World-process, was regarded as the goal. It was said: The Good must be
    • outside world; to create initiates who laid great value on what was
    • “Now you surely do not wish to assert,” said his father
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    • for although they can be said to flow from within, they manifest
    • education, very close attention must be paid to the individual
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    • skeptical when it is said as the outcome of spiritual investigation
    • said that thinking can apprehend what is meant when reference is made
    • time being nothing beyond what has just been said.
    • apprehend through their intelligence, and they said: “The
    • still being said on the subject of instinct in the animal and
    • animal is to develop is laid down at the moment of its birth and is
    • What has here been said from the standpoint of spiritual science has
    • instructed by their organs — so said the men of old. I add to
    • himself to his descendants. Far too little attention is paid to this
    • we take seriously what has been said above about physical body,
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    • products he makes. It might really be said: Into what the animal does
    • arrangement of its organs. Thus it must be said: the animal's
    • more deeply with a phenomenon arising out of what was said last time;
    • laid down for the animal through the predetermined organization
    • part of its life of feeling. On the other hand, it may be said of man
    • apart from what is said, there belongs to what flashes from man to
    • which it is said. If we take this into consideration we shall say: We
    • in a certain way a foundation is laid for the whole understanding of
    • equilibrium, which perhaps — said Professor Müllner —
    • of art in question has made an impression. Thus it might be said
    • upon his soul inwardly. Hence in a certain way it can be said: Man is
    • the animal there is an intermediate bone not found in man. They said:
    • for human evolution he would still remain a mighty genius. Said
    • are taught by their organs, said the men of old. I add to this: man,
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    • Such an initiate said to himself: “When the sun sends the first
    • science; they entered into a mood in which they said: “We have
    • upon the earth. The old initiate would have said: “That is only
    • the earth” — the old initiate said: “That again is only
    • only the physical properties of sun and moon. The old initiate said:
    • with spiritual Beings, must first be laid by him within the stream of
    • said: Under normal conditions the evil impulses of will which are sent
    • said: “Visionaries and dreamers love to go for rambles by
    • there is nothing more to be said. We learn how the rays of the sun
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    • said that forces of will stream out from earthly humanity to meet the
    • it is said only for the sake of clarifying a thought. — We will
    • with what has been said, spirit-and-soul too would have to be
    • would this cosmic element originate? What would have to be said about
    • Jupiter-existence. Hence it must not be said that the sun seen by our
    • made to what was said in the last lecture. When our solar system as a
    • What must in this way be stated as a fact was discovered, as I said in
    • thoughts. So that what I have now said, expressing it in this
    • It can therefore be said:
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    • following must be said. In the case of a human being we speak of his
    • wisdom. Everything I said yesterday was a presentation of the subject
    • It was said that the Mercury-forces in the world — whether in
    • longer is so. For in truth it must be said: Here we look
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    • Unfortunately, far too little attention is paid to such things, and
    • science. It will, for instance, be said: Man has his physical body and
    • The spatial aspect is — as I said — of no immediate
    • all that works in us as lime-forces we are led — as I have said
    • A point of special importance is that attention should be paid to what
    • study plant-growth, too, in the right way if proper attention is paid
    • to men with the aid of a quite different human make-up. It is, of
    • what the ancient Initiate would have said.
    • meant when it was said that lead is to be found everywhere in nature.
    • the state in which our soul lives during sleep. Take what I said
    • before, together with what I have now said about nitrogen. Nitrogen
    • emerge from ourselves, as it were. As I said, it forms the bridge to
    • As I have often said, true respect for an ancient Initiate begins when
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    • Berlin, a good deal was said about the demands of the spiritual life
    • soul. What would the Greek souls have said to the image, the old
    • been said by me. The way truth is represented out in the world is
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    • to understand a scale if it is said that it should be suspended from
    • one centre of stability. I have said that this is an objective result
    • the Buddha. It might be said of them that in their bodily life in the
    • essential foundation has had to be laid for an understanding of the
    • all that He said, all that went out from Him into human evolution,
    • Individuality without the aid of education, simply by means of
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    • processes of nature by calling moral ideas to his aid. In speaking,
    • as an effective reproach. It might easily be said that if this is so
    • But much else must be laid aside. When we reach the Guardian of the
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    • death, we can ask in relation to what was said in our last lecture,
    • which he has incarnated. Nevertheless, all this must be laid aside; it
    • you must connect what has just been said with the customary thoughts
    • But what happens then to all we have laid aside? Now this is something
    • pictorially, it may really be said that what one talks about in
    • sensory life, all that we know, is laid aside and left with the
    • indeed, be laid aside, yet something of it must be carried on. Were it
    • remind him, after he has laid aside his physical body, of all that he
    • return to what was said before. The etheric body, though present in
    • force to wait. Then comes something of which it may be said,
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    • but, as I have already said, you still bear it in memory. Into these
    • way he is constituted. It cannot be said that one way of arising is
    • well be said that the thought is in your soul as that your soul is in
    • feeling. What I have just said as regards all the separate beings is
    • literature of which it might be said, “One can here trace the
    • remember that I have just said, “Up above, everything is being
    • existence, eternity is rendered temporal. It must therefore be said,
    • I have said that it is good if a man, on rising to the world to which
    • Let us recapitulate all that has been said. When a man goes through
    • indeed, find what may be called the reverse of what I have said in a
    • As I have said in the second lecture, in the higher worlds there can
    • relevant investigations. Among occultists it can be said objectively
    • embark upon the path into higher worlds, this is said to be devil's
    • that I have previously said would be just as valid and comprehensible
    • ‘Light-bearer’ as one of whom we should be afraid, nor is it
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    • our ordinary world of the senses. From much that has been said it
    • said to give a normal path, a normal “line of march” for a
    • be said that a soul such as Johannes or Capesius must necessarily
    • and that we must flee from him, then it must also be said that we must
    • make it part of the eternal kingdom. This is the duty laid upon us
    • darkness between birth and death, it may be said that it is because
    • often hear it said: “How can one understand anything of the
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    • As we said yesterday, they are indeed quite different from the world
    • said, that we should try to penetrate it with sound human
    • this, and does not free oneself from the kind of fondness for the said
    • This is not said with reference to any particular fact. It is merely
    • said because for every occultist it is an objective fact. With this
    • a history without making Buddha the central point. This is not said as
    • records, can this history be said to be true?” This is not
    • may be said that, of all these events, none can be proved by
    • was said by the double of Johannes Thomasius in The Guardian of the
    • you appreciate the whole meaning of what is said in
    • people. By all that has been said in this course of lectures, I have
    • deeply into the soul is all that may be said about the Guardian of the
    • disguised fear and dread of truth. This is said quite dispassionately,
    • said for and against super-sensible knowledge, those who do not seek
    • As I have often said, what we have at present in the way of
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    • The same thing must be said with
    • was not world, that to which one had said ‘I’ —
    • and with the aid of the mechanism of his bones moves his limbs
    • understand what was said previously. Just as our will is inwardly
    • What can be said in a similar way about our thoughts and our
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    • through one's memory. I have often said that because as human
    • can still further deepen this knowledge through what has been said
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    • Remembering what I said in the first lecture, you will perceive that
    • soul even when he had laid aside the physical body. The time has now
    • were, entirely overlaid with ‘mirror-foil’ and only when
    • it is completely overlaid, are we so conscious of ourselves that we
    • example — said: ‘Jahveh or Jehovah looks upon His world
    • think’, those who knew these things in ancient times said, when
    • Divinity in Monotheism, they said, ‘Jehovah thinks in man; man
    • Men felt themselves inflamed by these thoughts; therefore they said,
    • Gods. The Divine Being regarding whom it was said that He thought
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    • I have often said that if a
    • not recognise any reality in spirit, who said during his life, ‘All
    • said that the earnest study of Spiritual Science is one of the best
    • perfect man. As we have already said, in former times people had this
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    • but it is a necessary Maya or illusion. As we have already said, that
    • what I dealt with in the last lecture and regarding which I said that
    • after it. We must grasp correctly what I have just said, this idea of
    • necessary in our present age. I have said that during the whole of
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    • spiritual darkness surrounds us. We said also that the longing for
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    • thoughts! Yes, this is said to be the essential characteristic of
    • I said just now:
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    • been said as the keynote of the public lectures, we shall appreciate
    • he said: “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and
    • by the deeper teachings of religion, when they said: Wherever an
    • Himself said — I have often quoted it: “I am with you
    • the Baptist, said: “Change your thinking”), “so
    • Christ said:
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    • mankind — men who at least try, with the aid of their feelings
    • when he said that this present reality could be naught else than
    • — you may object — a great deal is said about the
    • labour-power (I have often said this here) is a commodity. It can be
    • have said — is the complement of the sense-world and together
    • long time. That is literally what was said, by the statesmen of
    • speeches made as late as May, 1914, when it was said: Through our
    • have often said in the course of recent years: We are living in the
    • to consider how the social order must be laid out if men are to work
    • usual, one hears that someone has said: “He speaks quite in the
    • always said: the reality we perceive here with our senses is only a
    • to what I have said recently.
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    • I then said in introduction that I should mainly confine myself to
    • outline) may still be said to be prevailing.
    • controversial is all that can be said about the “ether”
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    • meant by the word “Ether” in Physics. As I said
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
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    • thing to imagine, no doubt, but that is what they said. And when we
    • Goethe now said to
    • And now, what happens to the light? As we said, it is widened out
    • reach the eye. Yet in the last resort the eye is said to project
    • modern Physics has to say about it, — what is already said in
    • that you ever get is grey, said Goethe. The modern text-books do
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    • is diverted upward. Moreover, as we said before, it is not only
    • said, puts itself into the path of the light in such a way that while
    • irradiated with light. For as I said just now, the light here
    • is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
    • physicists said to themselves: The theory of little corpuscular
    • do. Therefore they said: Let us assume, not that the light is in
    • they said to themselves: Light is indeed an undulatory movement, but
    • As I said before, the fact that wave-movements in many directions
    • narrow bright yellow strip, or as is generally said, a yellow line.
    • IVi). Goethe said: Well, at a pinch, that might do. If Nature
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    • have said of space and time is also true of something else. Even as
    • In the light, I said
    • and developed. What I have said just now for instance — this of
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    • was said to penetrate from a more tenuous into a denser medium.
    • without the glass. Now this is said to be due to the light being
    • is said, you will remember, in tracing how the “ray of
    • said to produce the final direction of the ray of light and thus to
    • another occasion in our life, when — as I said once before
    • violet. And if you will recall what I said a few days ago about the
    • physical body and in the light-conditions, as we said
    • each other. Others have said that that is nonsense; according to them
    • Helmholtz got to know of the phenomenon, he said: Very well, we shall
    • back to these, he said.
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    • colour. As I have said before, all I can give you in this Course
    • shadows. I darken this source of light and get green, said Goethe
    • generally said, “subjectively”. We have then, in the
    • said in an earlier lecture: You, your subjective being, do not live
    • which he began, they would have said no more than that a certain
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    • description of modern Physics may be said to date back to the 15th
    • this from the point of view which, as I said, has gradually been
    • Physics nowadays, is fundamentally a product of the said tendency,
    • together what I have just been saying and what was said once
    • n times s. Now please recall what I said in an
    • earlier lecture. I said that we must carefully distinguish all that
    • said, outward realities can never be merely spatial, or
    • we come to the vitreous body, which, as we said, still has
    • not seem so simple if you recall what I said recently of the whole
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    • was in this direction, as I said before that they interpreted what
    • have been able to pick out. In effect, they said: It isn't waves,
    • said: This is a stream of electricity as such. And now this flowing
    • indeed laid out for further study, but in pursuing this direction
    • become luminous under their influence. Evidently, said the
    • spiritual way to understand the formula, v = s/t. We said
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of
    • doubt; but that is all that can be said of it till you go forward
    • said of electricity. But now I ask you to remember what I have very
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    • what was said in the educational lectures at the inception of the
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that
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    • — More will be said about this in later lectures.
    • he passes into the Macrocosm. That is why it has always been said in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • described, and it was said that he draws from the latter the forces he
    • spiritual-scientific study of the two states. All that need be said is
    • connection with what has been said. These reasons will be made clear
    • as the lectures proceed. Please remember that many things said at the
    • other planets belonging to the solar system. What is said in treatises
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    • he must have boundless humility. It may be said to him: Look at a
    • Old Moon conditions. By letting what is there said about Old Saturn
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    • willing to submit to the greater demands made upon them if it is said
    • point of fact, what was said yesterday was rather hypothetical, for
    • life and what has now been said can be regarded as a confirmation of
    • But it would be more dangerous if a man were to leave himself unaided
    • came to the Earth. When it is said that man consists of physical body,
    • there was laid into his blood the first seed of those special
    • second corpse. It is always said — and I myself have constantly
    • Obviously, therefore, there is much more to be said about the etheric
    • physical body. So you see, when it is said in exoteric language that
    • something similar may be said; we have the mineral kingdom within us
    • reason it was at all times said in spiritual science that in its
    • It only remains to be said that certain later mystics strove to find
    • laid aside his own self. He eliminated his Ego and felt himself filled
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    • At the conclusion of what was said yesterday on the subject of the
    • considerable reduction, for it can be said, broadly speaking, that
    • helpers of the priest of Hermes. — This is said merely to
    • as a state of ecstasy. But it was said at the same time that in
    • were laid along his path. But by overcoming these dangers his soul was
    • Once again let it be said at this point that no one need feel alarmed
    • It has already been said that our solar system may be conceived as a
    • by what has here been said. Man can ascend into even higher worlds;
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    • what has been said in the previous lectures about the mystical path,
    • at the end of the lectures.] It was said that there are no longer any really
    • Whatever was said in the last lecture could be no more than a sketch;
    • It was said yesterday that when a man passes into the Macrocosm he
    • the element of fire. We said that the fire of the Elementary World is
    • mysterious relationship between the aforesaid four elements and the
    • paid to them. If we reflect about our life and about influences that
    • will be able to read and hear it said: “One” can know this,
    • true human knowledge. At no moment of life should it be said that
    • is true and right, but something more must be added to it. As was said
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    • We can now supplement what was said in the previous lectures, that the
    • has otherwise accomplished in him without his aid, forming his brain
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    • spiritual worlds it was said that this is the most suitable path for
    • today but only because something comes to man's aid, namely the
    • said that the human being has worked for a very long time at the
    • It can therefore be said that materialistic thinking has its
    • understanding but people who read what I said and then my next book,
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • information supplementing what has here been said. When any attempt is
    • inner side, in connection with what was said yesterday about the
    • said to exist in the real sense at the present time, for no matter
    • pre-historic stage. From what has been said, therefore, it follows
    • was said yesterday about man's possibilities of development, we may
    • logic of the intellect. It may therefore be said that we arc now
    • said of memory? In the normal consciousness of everyday life we find
    • entirely in accordance with what has previously been said, namely that
    • Reminding ourselves of what has been said about human evolution it may
    • said.
    • Now we will remind ourselves of what has been said, namely that
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    • what has been said in the preceding lectures. There must be an appeal
    • often dug in the winter and potatoes laid in them; the potatoes keep
    • With this in mind we can understand why it is said in my book,
    • other spiritual Beings worked with them. Read what is said in that
    • said at the very beginning of the Bible: that man's earthly evolution
    • responsibility. It may be said quite objectively that all the
    • souls over the whole globe. Therewith something is said of untold
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    • It cannot be said that the present time has got very far
    • scientists, which is not said explicitly, but which can be read
    • present-day humanity, it must nevertheless be said that this
    • it must be said that those who find that this is in fact so,
    • afraid of. He need not fear the objections which come from
    • no longer be said, as Dubois-Reymond did, that science cannot
    • kill existence. It will not be said that science ends where
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    • sphere that is, as I have said, more or less tied to the world
    • that is because some of the things that are said in this
    • confused with what is said about this border area, more or less
    • — nothing could be said about it, for
    • other things. As someone said recently (someone who
    • A lot could be said just to describe some of the more
    • It is of course true that much can be said about dream
    • what I said. In relation to what I said about dreams they
    • thought they were very much more clever. They said: This person
    • said, they thought they were very clever. But the matter in
    • can be said of the other border areas. It is remarkable
    • informing him that a medium has said that something
    • been saved and the writer could have said
    • following: The medium said: A message is now coming from the
    • prove what I have said, for I know quite well that in citing
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    • always said to themselves: When I investigate nature it
    • wisdom. It was said: In his normal consciousness man is not
    • said, “the earth circles
    • wise leaders of the mysteries were quite rightly afraid that if
    • This was in fact what the ancient peoples were afraid of and
    • already said in the book which I published in 1892 under the
    • it because it had begun to be said that for many typical
    • existence, and it is said: no science is real and true
    • friend of mine who said in a speech about Galileo: Christianity
    • lecture said that I had already spoken in Holland in 1908 and
    • Since 1913 when the foundation stone was laid, we have been
    • business, and artists also spoke. As I have said, thirty people
    • sacrifices to build the Goetheanum, but, as I said
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    • little time after he had passed through the gate of death, this man said
    • opposition to the spiritual teachings. They would have said to
    • fear would have said: ‘Now that we have become stronger souls
    • the life of the present day, in addition to all that has been said?
    • impression made upon you by what has been said should lead to any
    • physically in good health, nevertheless it cannot be said
    • said that every individual who will apply the original forces within
    • it is said that through meditation,
    • said to be the embodiment of the inner soul-force which gives expression
    • are afraid and blush when we are ashamed; these are the signs that
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    • The next day someone brought in a plucked fowl and said: ‘This
    • been said, Michael was the greatest, the mightiest, among them.
    • already said, it is extremely difficult to characterise the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, He laid aside the physical body?
    • as I have said in my book
    • us remember what has been said — that in the invisible worlds
    • certain sense it may therefore be said that from the twentieth
    • nineteenth century, in the way described above. It could be said that
    • is what may be said today about the relation of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • revelation, and remember what was said by one of the early Initiates
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    • This does not conflict with what I have just said. If you remember
    • As I said earlier, Nicholas probably understood himself quite well,
    • their God-given I. And they said, or could have said: I penetrate
    • not have spoken as did Meister Eckhart. He would have said: I gaze
    • only with halting symbols; this is what Nicholas Cusanus said in
    • Copernicus said to European civilization in 1543. In 1543 Copernicus
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    • soul mood that I illustrated with one his sentences. He said
    • world of physical matter, of bodies. I said above that apart from
    • — just so, the lonely disciple of the late mysteries said to
    • what Democritus said: “Existence is not more than nothingness,
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    • The most that can be said of such an imposition of mathematics on
    • said as a matter of history. Imagine yourself back in the age when
    • contained in the Copernican world view. It is often said that Giordano Bruno
    • explanation, that he merely said: I start out from place, time,
    • in union with his god. Formerly, man had said to himself: What my
    • Instead, Berkeley said: I cannot hypothetically assume that there is
    • concretely, he might well have said: First you kill the whole world
    • would have said that infinitesimal calculus should never have been
    • take what Newton said — that space is a sensorium of God —
    • People today like to regard as great thinkers those men who have said
    • something or other that they approve. But if the great men also said
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    • this view because, as I have said, a man experienced mathematics by
    • qualities. It took a long time, as I said, before a handful of people
    • observes the organism, so Weismann said, one finds nothing that will
    • the division of unicellular organisms? He would have said: First I
    • imprecisely, he might have said: It atomizes itself, it divides
    • ones had come into being. On the contrary, he would have said that
    • have said that wherever there is life, wherever one observes life,
    • What would the old way of thought have said in such a case? It would
    • have said: In an age when the leading thinkers think
    • aided by the actual observations resulting from the cell theory. The
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    • last lecture, I said that one root of the scientific world conception
    • spiritual is active only with the aid of the physical body. Hence it
    • and said that the animal had an inter-maxillary bone and man did not.
    • Goethe could not put into words what I have said today concerning
    • one said: Here are the animals; they build up to a final degree of
    • they said that man is dependent on every rise and fall of
    • It is not a criticism if something like this is said; it is only a
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    • is constantly active in light. It can really be said that man felt
    • with the aid of his own experiences in order to rediscover in the
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    • cast out of man and grasped abstractly. It can be said that physics
    • men of old said: We have four elements, earth, water, air and fire.
    • said, but in the whole method of presentation. It is gradually
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    • mostly abstract and mechanical. From all that I have said you will
    • Nicholas Cusanus and Meister Eckhart. They said: When I life myself beyond
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • be said that this view on the matter was, from a certain point of
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
    • observation of the phenomena. With unaided thought we are not able to
    • our considerations now wearing a scientific aspect. I have often said:
    • a boy and that you said, “He is a rattle-brained fellow. I have
    • which it could be said, in general, “it holds for the ear as for
    • working concept has been built up along these lines. It is said that
    • theory. It can be said that everything in the world is dependent on
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    • Now I said that the rod
    • in the average textbook of physics. It would be said:
    • may express myself cautiously, the solid condition may be said to be
    • is paid to it because the most important things are obscured by the
    • instance, that the ground work for our modern thermometry was laid. It
    • according to the principles laid down in the last course. We must
    • I have already said that the real meaning of those ideas and concepts
    • said, “Solid, liquid, gaseous,” but what they expressed may
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    • Let us proceed from this observation which we have laid out as a
    • You remember that I said yesterday you should pay especial attention
    • emphasized. I have said: An ordinary solid may be handled and it will
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    • constant at constant temperature. As we have said, such phenomena as
    • is said, bring about the appearance of heat. Thus mechanical processes
    • text books of physiology, a good deal of emphasis is laid on the fact
    • said sometimes that if we imagine our eyes were electrically sensitive
    • not have organs. So it is said.
    • why it is not necessary to become so), it may be said that our
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    • Yesterday, by way of illustration, I said to you: “I go into a
    • your own mass. This mass then, is within you. It cannot be gainsaid
    • stated but are meant when it is said over and over again: The
    • been said, protected from this.
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    • let fall, and nature herself will show you what you have said in this
    • thinking. I have said formerly: the liquid surface is to be thought of
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    • through. You have here only a further extension of what I said to you
    • factors and their resummation.” Having said this, he must
    • of energy is formed and it is said: all that meets us from without,
    • Let us now return for a moment to what has already been said. We have
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    • change heat into work and work into heat just as it is said we do. As
    • as I have said, expressed current physical views in the form of
    • It has even been said that the universe in which we live is
    • I said to you: we have, to begin with, the realm of solids. Solids are
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    • transformations. To aid in this, I wish to perform another experiment
    • said: this paper in a certain sense brings to a conclusion the kind of
    • Our concepts of what has been said will be better if we consider
    • reflections are said really to come from the raindrops. In brief you
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    • Metals, it is said, are good conductors of heat. On the other hand, if
    • poorest conductor of heat, as it is said.
    • Then we come, as I have said, into an X region in which we have to
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    • thinking. You know from what we have already said that there is really
    • often said, by making the circle larger and larger, so that the peach
    • they become suction forces. Attention must be paid to the fact that in
    • general it is said that every energy is transformable into another,
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    • I said there was a certain difficulty in understanding what a
    • theory be substantiated? Recollect what I have said to you about the
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    • Now, in the observations made previously, we said: fluids stand
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    • thought in which the subject matter was laid as open as Imagination
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • Meditation must call to its aid the exercise in character
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    • WE said that for the development of ‘inspired cognition’ one
    • can be said to have an existence beyond the physical life of man.
    • What has had to be said concerning Cosmology applies still more to
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    • religious leanings, its religious feeling and willing. It can be said
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    • is the sun, comes to man's aid, and guides him into the sphere of pure
    • not aided only by the solar-being after death, the faculty of
    • Cognition. Much more would have to be said if the sketch were to be
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    • nineteenth century the Guardians of this knowledge said to themselves that
    • follows. He said, “A far greater number of human beings who long
    • in the form suitable for him. What is being said here may possibly seem
    • about Rosicrucianism by what is said about it in public. Nothing of what
    • I have said during this Congress about the event of Damascus indicates
    • But he said to himself, “This Being exists in very truth and will
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    • As I said yesterday in
    • It may be said that the divine beings fertilize a faculty of seership
    • its physical body. It could be said that where the mineral exists as
    • be said about the plant were that it is permeated by an etheric body,
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    • body and ego are outside. You may now ask whether it can be said that
    • generally, it can be said that the tableau lasts for as long as the
    • body. He has now laid aside two corpses, and then he passes into the
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    • been laid aside, but all the urges and desires are present. An individual
    • at the age of sixty, it can be said that he spends twenty years, a third
    • are opening. This must also be said in order that those who have the
    • in the cosmic ether, and now the astral corpse is laid aside. This astral
    • it he has laid, as it were, the extracts of the astral body and of the
    • for its reception. Goethe said with deliberate purpose, “The eye
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    • world. Indeed, it may be said that the more spiritual the relationships
    • as it is said in occultism, he represents in the spiritual world. An
    • be said about the connection between the spiritual world and the earth.
    • It was said yesterday
    • the conception of the archetype as the result of its own karma. We said
    • It has already been said
    • know better,” that is what will be said in the future. It is to
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • wrote down with what is said in theosophical books about planets, the
    • unconscious of its own identity, or better said, was possessed of a
    • He said, “You Greeks remain forever big children. You know nothing
    • laid in the earth, decays and carries over the form into a new existence.
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    • As has often been said,
    • body eventually sank right down into him. It could be said that what
    • these bodies had become so decadent that the souls would have said:
    • the Masters would have said that an attempt must be made later on, when
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    • yesterday it was said that bodies “hardened,” this is not
    • laid. These masses formed the beginning, as it were, of islands. This
    • it is said that there were human beings in Atlantis whose bodies were
    • “air ships” they laid up enormous stocks of seeds, just as we
    • in small, insignificant meeting places and are said to engage in all
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    • said, “So great, so mighty is He who has revealed Himself to me
    • then said to himself, “Yes, it was predicted that the earth's
    • an occult event, by which Paul was converted, and it can justly be said
    • say “I” of himself but he said “I” of everything
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    • said, from the point of view of the science of the spirit, which regards
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    • evolution of the human soul. It has often been said that in his
    • just said, the conclusion to the above. In this fairy tale, Goethe
    • In the latter years of his life he said to Eckermann: “My dear
    • possess; they had nothing but gold, and he would not be paid with
    • that. Gold coins, said he, were injurious to the River, it cannot
    • expressed in the words, “Ye must know that I cannot be paid
    • present age. The old man said of the fourth King “Er wird sich
    • indicated by Goethe in the fairy tale. The Serpent said “I will
    • noon the green Serpent laid itself across the River and formed a
    • a God, and said “Here is necessity (notwendigkeit) it could not
    • profound thought — when man has laid aside everything belonging
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    • over again laid stress on the fact that Anthroposophy is no new thing
    • three secrets. But the strangest thing is said of the fourth secret.
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    • I said, and we shall see presently in what sense it is meant, that the
    • human destiny and the course of the sun across the sky. They said that
    • could be said, “Blessed are they that have not seen and yet have
    • found the importance of the disciples' message, “We have laid our hand
    • as we have said, and in spiritual science we speak of the knowledge of
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    • a great secret. What they said to them was somewhat as follows. I am
    • Today, so said the priests, we see the victory of the sun over
    • In looking up to the sun, the sages and their followers said, “You are
    • shall and must be said today. Nothing could have happened with more
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    • longer be said, “The Darkness does not comprehend the Light” but when
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    • make us pause and reflect when it is said that all that we, as human
    • constitutes the physical-sense-perceptible. I have already said that
    • I have said that we must allow all that works on us in the external
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    • signifies for individual man. Only we have said that in man this
    • embedded in our astral body. We have already said that our astral body
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    • already been said on the way in which we can link ourselves to the
    • forms. I have already said that as regards this second stage of
    • the expression of his inner being. As we have said, that can also be
    • the aid of these elements, we find spiritual beings, group-souls, who
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    • of these lectures. I have already said that it is difficult to come to
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    • We have said that characteristic of the beings of the Third Hierarchy
    • lecture it was said that what our vision first perceives in the
    • hollow. It may perhaps be said: “It is a very strange idea that
    • aid what occult vision can actually see. It is certainly abundantly
    • kingdom of Ahriman embedded within it. Zarathustra said: What proceeds
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    • mechanical definitions. How often has it been said that every
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    • the various hierarchies. Perhaps what has actually been said will be
    • experience has a faint conception of what is meant when it is said:
    • people, and he content if very little is said of the spirit.
    • even in theosophical books, a great deal said about the expression
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    • the physical plane, whereas it might be said, and indeed often is said
    • direct outflow of a Spirit of Motion, but they said that it was like a
    • Rishis said: “above them which we have to give as the
    • this being existed. Zarathustra said that the occult vision directed
    • never said that the Spirit of Motion alone shone through the Buddha,
    • be said that this representation of the Christ-Impulse arises from any
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    • work astrally upon the mineral are — as we have just said — the Spirits of
    • which otherwise can never be understood, in which it is said that
    • heard to-day is connected with what was said in the last lecture; and
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    • Above all, we are here interested in what is generally said regarding
    • Commandments the basic laws for humanity are laid down. The one half
    • man. It is important, above all, that it be said — and we encounter
    • therefore said: “Let the ego become so strong in you that it continues
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    • moment had been foretold by the prophets of ancient times. It was said
    • forces. But now — so said Christ Jesus to His disciples — a man can
    • said in regard to the physical body, “Blessed are the beggars, the
    • Of the etheric body He said, “Formerly, men could be healed of
    • Of the astral body He said, “In former times those whose astral bodies
    • heart, as expression of the purified ego. Christ said, therefore,
    • opposition of the present time and be fiercely rejected. It is said in
    • that only laid store in the physical world. But in contrast to
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    • year. They took man as he was on coming over from the Moon, and laid
    • of his soul, he would have said: “We look up to the spiritual
    • Egyptian initiate said to himself: “Wherever we turn our gaze, we
    • And the initiate of the Egyptian mysteries said: “Mankind, as it
    • of which the Egyptians said that in their time men could not attain it
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    • of the Gospels never thought of calling in the aid of perceptions on
    • for the progressive history of mankind. If this were said, it would be
    • Fundamentally, it might be said — but you must not misunderstand
    • me — radically, it might be said that, at first glance, what
    • Greeks, even the greatest among them, laid especial value on what the
    • Mystery of Golgotha: The One died, and just as a single seed is laid
    • Christian initiation what is said here is not an abstract theory, not
    • who said to him that the Buddha could appear in a fleshly body:
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    • him to Florence, he said: Do you believe that Lorenzo de Medici
    • disconcerted Savonarola. He went straight ahead. He said: There
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    • become entirely abstract. Indeed, it can be said in a certain sense
    • period, human beings said to themselves — they did not clearly
    • pre-earthly existence; it had to be said to human beings: If you wish
    • form of the conception of nature. You know that Augustine is said to
    • not merely an event that has laid hold upon the physical, earthly
    • the present intellectualism with the statement said to have been
    • entirely different area what Christ said concerning the spiritual life
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    • generations. But all that was said then by poets and others about
    • this friend met me in the street, I said to myself that if I had to
    • friend, who was also a barrister, said to me: “If I were taking
    • now, my dear friends, when it is said that thoughts have become
    • were the young, and on the other, the old. The old man said: “That
    • Germany is yearning for — as your speaker truly said
    • Memorial. It is said that the law of the conservation of energy is
    • century, it was said that the great pioneer of the nineteenth century
    • lay on his couch breathing with difficulty and said: “Open the
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    • and another something very stupid. What was said amounted to this: We
    • not said: This or that has been discovered; it already belongs to
    • this being, secretly in the corner, she said: “I have a name
    • ago all this was quite a matter of course. Today a great deal is said
    • said on this subject. Nowadays almost everyone is talking about
    • As a rule no heed is paid to the fact that since the fifteenth
    • the world into which he was born; he said: “Sing, immortal
    • I have said here can be put in another way, by considering what would
    • things that were also said decades ago. The mere words that are
    • of debts which have to be paid. It is a negative inheritance. There
    • something. I said yesterday: Man has lost man, and is seeking him
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    • to describe radically to you yesterday. What men of that time said
    • necessity. A short time ago a professor at a University who is said
    • in an age when it can no longer be said that it is impossible to
    • clear I said: It is all the same to me whether people speak of
    • against what I have said, but what they attack is always quite new to
    • me for as a rule I have never said such things. They collect all
    • goes through all earth-lives. They said: If I am now living on the
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    • us be clear as to what is said. The attempt is made in this very
    • intuitions laid bare in the soul. In view of the situation which I
    • said with regard to the Spiritual, that at the end of the nineteenth
    • had, as I said yesterday, come upon the scene only since the
    • he said to himself: “If I am true to myself, I cannot have any
    • in his own way, he said: “When a man of the present day speaks
    • often said to himself: Here is someone who says, I am an enthusiast
    • when all is said and done, a man who is an enthusiast for certain
    • and eighties. He said to himself: People talk about all sorts of
    • has not always been emphasized. A great deal that has been said about
    • show what Nietzsche's view became. He said to himself: There
    • what is said. But one soon overcomes it. The annoyance is due to the
    • omega of what we need today, and when your Chairman said yesterday
    • come into its own. Let me add the following to what I have said in
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    • was published at a time when it was universally said that at last it had
    • it was said that, as an individual entity, man could call forth from
    • said about moral intuitions was no longer quite true. It was said:
    • therefore, at the end of the nineteenth century it was said that all
    • knowledge of Nature. He said that supernaturalism could not be
    • and nothing further was said by him on the subject. If mentioned,
    • people got excited and said that this was no longer science;
    • vision. I have already given you a picture to elucidate it. I said
    • said — the powers which ordained that one should be stopped
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    • begins with birth or conception, and who, as is said nowadays,
    • ancient times, has said should be carried on into the future. It
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    • said that there must be an education which makes learning a game for
    • experiences of a similar kind could be related. I have said this just
    • evolution had arrived at a point where people said with great
    • ancient Indian did not see this. He paid much more heed to its
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    • Nominalists were those in the Middle Ages who said: Thoughts live
    • was revealed. They conceived thoughts so that they said: It is not I
    • philosophers said that we need a soul-science without soul. What the
    • younger generation. True, only a few philosophers actually said: We
    • need a psychology without soul. But the whole age said: We older
    • If you want to see what is being sought with the aid of the
    • have said: Life is brought down from the cosmos. But they sought for
    • questioner said: “Well, you certainly are doing nothing,”
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    • FROM what I said
    • knowledge in the form of truth. In earlier times it was said: Before
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    • Michelet is supposed to have said: “I don't understand
    • Michelet was, as I said, ninety years old!
    • Patriarchs? They said: It is beautiful to get old. For then one
    • body and spirit, and said: At the age of thirty, the physical begins
    • modern object lesson is said to be behind the times. But one has to
    • cultural conditions. For Eduard von Hartmann said to me: “There
    • is no such thing, one can only think with the aid of external
    • an art, education which is not afraid to find its support in real
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge. That is why I said a few days ago:
    • young person said to himself: The old man with his snow-white hair
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    • have said, these things have been lost. Human beings have reduced
    • things must for once be said most emphatically. For even when spoken
    • culture. He said: When one looks at human beings today, they cannot
    • poet's dream and then he said he thought the time would come
    • education. What more there is to be said on this subject I shall try
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    • FROM what has been said
    • certain sense men are afraid of it. If we had a cultural psychology
    • said; and imagine someone comes along and says that this should not
    • Therefore what I have said and written about education, and what is
    • said that the State should be an institution which gives over the
    • the fiftieth time by a traveling company when the director said: “Now
    • at the idea. Finally one of them pulled himself together and said:
    • want to enlarge upon it because already much that I have said is
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    • more could be said in conclusion to what I have put before you here.
    • said: Yes, there is a library — but they did not call it so —
    • merely carry away in your heads what I have said here, and ponder
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    • seriousness what I have said in recent lectures. {See Rudolf Steiner,
    • themselves. From various things I have said about them you can gather
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    • he said to himself: the knowledge that comes to the human being on
    • cognition, as it were. I have often said that I do not agree with
    • being, as I said, was considered a unity, also in a bodily respect.
    • Everything was mixed together, as it were, and man was said to have
    • pointed to an ancient stage of human consciousness and he said: In
    • of the Gospel, we read that much has been left unsaid. By this means
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    • I said before: One thing is connected with the other. Human beings are
    • from the physical aspect it can be said today that man does not bear
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    • much attention is paid to them yet. I shall describe them to you in
    • nature said something entirely different, as if outer nature demanded
    • philistines came and said: Well, these are your ideas concerning
    • by modern scientists and was so much beloved by Kant that he said: in
    • have said today something which I have repeatedly mentioned. It was
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    • People said: If a tree is shaking, this is the God outside, and if I
    • and inside; people said to themselves: By being a breathing being, I
    • gradually changes — dies down, as Goethe said. Apart from the
    • We shall be aided by realizing more and more, with our sound common
    • confront a human being and say: this man has said this or that, which
    • quotations I read to you recently where it was said that people should
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    • conclusion he said: You see, gentlemen, I have led you into a forest
    • impulses for their external life. As I have already said, people still
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    • the foundations which we laid here the last time to such spiritual
    • we have on earth for those who may be said to be of good will —
    • time. People pass by the events as though asleep, and it can be said
    • How often has this been said! Every one of my listeners has heard it.
    • Recall what I told you the day before yesterday. I said: If a human
    • said that the whole theological development of the nineteenth century
    • said today may be found in outer events; the spiritual researcher
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    • own age. It may be said that all sorts of people who feel drawn
    • may be said that even less than half-truths are, under certain
    • said to himself: the theory of trauma does not explain these
    • wound develops. For it might be said with justice that many
    • inclination to call sex to your aid, for the solution of any
    • said to himself: “Oh well, one cannot say that Freud is
    • or that hysterical symptom, because he is afraid of a demon
    • the gardens that were laid out, but sat in his room alone, and
    • perfectly healthy, and yet ill. The doctor said: "This
    • have already said, the uncomprehended projection of the
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    • said seems — between it and other therapeutical
    • it may be said that in the woman's ordinary consciousness,
    • midst of all his other nonsense, that I said we are living in
    • said about the culture period with what had been stated
    • that Dessoir thus strangely reveals himself. I said at first:
    • cure. These things must be said, and are compatible with the
    • soul phenomenon. I have said to various people with
    • example. A Cretan says: All Cretans are liars. If it is said by
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    • have said.” If you say that you do not fail to understand
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    • Generally speaking, it must be said that a complete
    • said that if we confine ourselves to the facts of the
    • it cannot be said: write down this or that and you will then be
    • Thus we can easily comprehend what has been said regarding the
    • awaking are the most favorable, but no attention is paid to
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    • and a new birth. I said that we can follow up the formative
    • the right way it is squeezed out, as I said yesterday, much in
    • and it may be said that in the act of impregnation a polar
    • said that a figurative description from the human side might
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    • — said to himself — especial attention has been drawn to
    • point of view, it must be said: Its character is that it leads man to
    • Fichte rightly said, most human beings would sooner regard themselves
    • often said to him: “Look, if you earnestly believe this as a
    • lied, continually, because he never said: “My brain feels, my
    • one said: Fine vibrations are existing in this room. One did not heed
    • especial heed to what has been said: that our speech, which is always
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    • said about the Gospels, with various applications to the personal life
    • said: It does not really need very much today to realise that if the
    • said: the four Gospels are representations of one event, from four
    • Palestine. And so these people said: We must look up with all the
    • the old Hebrew teaching, as is laid down in the Old Testament, if we
    • Here it must be said that the more spiritual science progresses, the
    • call to mind a little the various things we have already said here.
    • We have said: If we go back to earlier times, we find that human
    • And now this faculty, which was laid as a seed from out the spiritual
    • said to himself: I am thankful to the God Who reveals Himself to me
    • Therefore, it was said by Jahve to Abraham: Thou wilt see generations
    • sky,” whereas in truth it is said: Everything shall be so regular
    • thus prepared, after all had been developed that was laid down in
    • that is so mighty, that four writers have said: Each one of us can
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    • evangelists. And I have laid on myself the task of saying a few words
    • said: “Behold, I send my messenger before thee, who shall prepare
    • triviality is uttered, or something is said which one cannot
    • only later has to become. And so, at this place, there should be said:
    • as if he had said: I am endowed with the initiation of the Waterman. I
    • first apostles are fishermen. And we can find obvious what I have said
    • the Baptist, and said: Here is the angel of God. One would only have
    • murder Zarathustra, of whom the decadent magicians had said special
    • what was already laid in the words in these ancient speeches, after
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • if we turn attention to whit has just been said, we recognise
    • Now, you see, if you take what I have just said with reference
    • times, knows also what emphasis was laid on the process of
    • ancient Mystery Initiates said to their pupils:
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • age, to build a bridge between those two. So he said
    • day Schelling made the following admission. He said, it
    • to a real true life. Therefore he said: “We meet turn to
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    • what we discussed in our last lecture, when we said that St.
    • anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
    • been said. Thus, on the one hand the English philosophy of
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    • They symbolise the twelve tasks of initiation. Moreover it is said of
    • said earlier of the control by the Atlanteans over Prana (the
    • It is said that in the Greek Mysteries the future was foretold to men.
    • The saga thus expresses great cosmic truths. That is why I said at the
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    • be said of the Egyptian and Druid priests; they sought to acquire
    • Phrixos reached Colchis with the ram. There he is said to have
    • initiation. Whenever it is said of a hero that he descended into the
    • that so much is said in occult writings. For on the one hand we have
    • reason! When something new dawns on their horizon men have always said
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    • practised. I have already said that one of its founders, one can say
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    • matter”. This sentence in the Creed which is said all over
    • apple is said to be the Eris apple. The three goddesses, Hera, Pallas
    • this are terribly afraid lest the initiates should in some way,
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    • interpreted; they are said to “mean something”. To reach
    • may be said that the person is in devachan. These tones are of a
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    • that the germ of future human epochs is laid.
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    • an idea of what is meant when it is said of the old occult
    • fullness or completeness. You will often hear it said in popular
    • laid all its forces into the seed. Here we may therefore make a
    • what is now to be said about one will appear in the right light. The
    • a part of it. In the same sense it can be said that when some part of
    • remarks let it be said once more that in the fifth week, on the fifth
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    • when it is free. Conversely, it can be said that were you able to
    • being with nature. He said that the individual beings in nature are
    • was an initiate. It can be said that this seal represents the idea of
    • said that the sun also moves. It advances in a spiral so that the
    • which nothing spiritual is ever said, in which only trivial words are
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    • were said, there would be hardly one soul in the whole earth who
    • well be said here that the wisdom of the stanzas of Dzyan is of such
    • for instance, was said yesterday at the Easter lecture. They might
    • assert about the so-called truths of Buddha, that I had said that the
    • is pain’ and that I said: ‘Let us look at those who, in
    • there you will find it said that illness is pain, life is pain’:
    • misunderstanding. For that was not said: everything indeed was said
    • remains as it was, because all is true of what the Buddha said about
    • given us by which the facts, about which those truths have been said,
    • said the word Mercury (they did not use that word, but we take it as
    • the ancient teacher of wisdom said the word Moon and with that word
    • ancient inhabitants of Europe said in their myths about gods and
    • with that ancient wisdom), it was said. in sharp, clear words, that
    • said in clear-cut words: ‘There is not only matter out there in
    • is low. It is said that this refers to the material sun. Of those who
    • that half of the year when the sun is high, it is said that they do
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    • between light and smoke. The teacher said: ‘Out of the flame
    • understand this? He said: ‘If thou lookest upon the outer world
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    • much of what has been said must appear doubtful and inexplicable, but
    • it? This question might arise in many minds. As I have said before;
    • We have also often said that each planetary condition has a special
    • Herakleitos of Ephesus was when he said: ‘Everything has come
    • felt yourself warm inside; you would have said, ‘I feel
    • warmth of these Saturn eggs. It might be truly said of this
    • And you would have said: ‘Now Saturn has in-breathed all the
    • eggs of warmth you would have said: ‘Now Saturn has breathed
    • existence of merely outer warmth. They said to themselves: I must
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    • and less immersed in Maya, we glance back a little at what was said
    • Gita. Remember it has been said that if the Spirits of Personality in
    • light. As I have already said, if you could have then taken a voyage
    • activity of Saturn would have said to himself: ‘Saturn is
    • govern and guide that motion. We have indeed said, that the Spirits
    • own godliness, at his deification, as is said by Dionysius, the
    • of humanity were first laid down, and the substance which to-day is
    • On the Sun was laid down the earliest beginnings of the Animal
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    • to be said which many of you have already heard. But even apart from
    • From what has been said you will have seen that spiritual Beings of
    • said: ‘We will begin here.’ When the Seraphim took up the
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    • said — and it is correct — that from about the year 270
    • which is said about Venus has to be applied to the Mercury of to-day,
    • and what is said about Mercury to Venus. For those two designations
    • To day, it is said: ‘Before Copernicus, people all talked
    • development as the most essential part, have said: Certainly the Sun
    • what has been just said about the spacial distribution of each sphere
    • of influence, with that which has been said about the task and
    • this must be done from the centre of the whole system. I have said
    • Venus. We have said that the Beings of Venus are the Spirits of
    • meant, when it is said, that fundamentally the great guiding
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    • Now, as I have said, I should like to put the thing before you
    • clearly in our minds all that has been repeatedly said about the
    • been often said — must not be looked upon as something new that
    • body. It must be carefully noted that all that has just been said
    • what was said yesterday, that the Archangels have the task of
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    • has been said in these lectures you will nowhere find anything which
    • When it is said, for instance, in a popular work, that the air and
    • You remember that we said: when the Saturn globe had evolved to the
    • conjoint action of the Beings inside, and outside Saturn. It was said
    • wisdom said: to which direction of the Zodiac must one point, if one
    • wishes to indicate the region out of which were laid the first
    • that has been said agrees completely with the facts of science, but
    • These things can naturally only be said, when speaking to
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    • already said that here things explained are not the result of any
    • Another difficulty seems to have arisen because I said that the
    • of the Mysteries said: If you want to understand the centre,
    • of the said nations. When nations have to rise in a certain way still
    • be in Venus? Can it really be said with reason that, in reaching to
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    • is to be said about our worlds. Therefore, I beg you to allow me to
    • I am touching on what I said will perhaps be impossible for you to
    • A we said before, all this is extremely difficult for the modern mind
    • We have said that our planetary formation began with the ancient
    • Hierarchies said to themselves: ‘Never could that arise which
    • acted on development, and who said to themselves: ‘We can now
    • there were other Angels who said to themselves: ‘We will not
    • said to themselves: ‘I shall have nothing to do with that which
    • — it was said — ‘preferred to rise into the
    • far as to men. And what can be said of Man if we place him in the
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    • laid more plainly before your souls in the course of the next
    • means of the Christ principle, it had to ripen by the aid of the
    • may be said to be the mission of anthroposophical spiritual life for
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    • already has been said about these things at different times and
    • unaided by the instrument which more especially serves our intellect,
    • been said what this result must be. In normal cases it is only at the
    • the world may be said to wear a new aspect. And a justifiable opinion
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    • become living and permeated with spirit, and it has been said that this
    • confirms what I have just said. In the story of Orestes as related by
    • itself. I have said that during the Old Moon evolution there was a
    • mentioned. It has been said that after the separation of the sun, the
    • crucified on the world's body. In dim Indian antiquity it was said by
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    • N view of what has been said we may ask whether all the spiritual beings in
    • has changed in character. What was laid as a germ on Old Saturn and
    • otherwise, would have hardened and become mummified. It may be said
    • consciousness would not be lost; everything that is said here can be
    • discovered by means of super-sensible investigation without the aid of
    • It is said that he taught the existence of three principles
    • Pherecydes said: ‘Chthon becomes Gea (today called earth),
    • be said in the outer world, but it is not understandable that
    • I have said here in general terms I should like to illustrate by an
    • example. From what has been said it will be realised that the
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    • streams of peoples may, be said to have moved towards each other in
    • self-consciousness within it. He said: ‘I, speaking to myself,
    • the Indian said: ‘I am Tat, Thou art That.’ Thus man's
    • have laid our hands in His wounds, and have heard His words on the
    • ill will or ignorance may throw calumny on what has been here said;
    • western channel. And what I have said represents the mission of
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    • importance; he would have said: ‘The spiritual perceived by
    • reversed. What we have said about Christ and Lucifer crossing each
    • light of his assertions. If what I have said about the re-incarnation
    • will be found that what has been said stands every test, if
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    • said that when the Greeks, in their way and after their own fashion
    • spiritual and moral influences of Apollo, they said that Apollo
    • the Muses grouped around Apollo. What was said in connection with
    • instance, what is said of Bharavadscha, that he studied the Vedas for
    • the God Indra came to Bharavadscha and said to him: ‘Thou hast
    • be held in the hand, and said: ‘Look at these lumps of earth;
    • towering mountains.’ If what is here said be transposed into a
    • outward path said: ‘I come to Ormuzd’; or if he took the
    • the external sense-world and Zarathustra's teaching laid special
    • finally beings of whom it may be said that they correspond in the
    • straight down into the astral body. The old Persian said to himself:
    • life visible thoughts; although not thoughts which could be said to
    • were very near to human thought. Everything, they said, was to be
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    • always conscious of this. It said: ‘It is possible to find the
    • how does this apply to the evolution of human life? We have said that
    • If what has been said in elucidation of the numbers seven and twelve
    • cosmos was being portrayed. It has been said that if we do not
    • as that which in the spiritual world (which as I have said is
    • very high messenger of Christ. It is said that a few centuries after
    • paid to these old initiates who preserved the primeval wisdom of
    • is not necessary to bring the Akashic records to our aid in order to
    • Christ by the aid of spiritual Cosmology. The Christ life in the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • or on the Moon. Much more could be said concerning these complicated
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    • were laid out asymmetrically, but not in connection with the
    • Recall here what was said in the last lecture concerning the origin
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    • of the soul life, and this, as I said, can be done in two ways. We
    • Try, for a moment, to imagine something without the aid
    • language is aided by symbolization. Observe how we are forced at
    • every turn to symbolize speech. I said that a symbol must be
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    • Unless we do so we shall not be able to understand what must be said
    • of love and hate. It was said that reasoning leads to visualization,
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    • As memory had laid long years between.
    • Be not afraid!
    • This vow, the initiate laid upon himself, wise law
    • Laid upon meaner spirits: never to make known
    • it can be said that in relation to reasoning we are fighters within
    • indulge in it. But the implication of what has been said is that in
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    •  MORE intimate understanding of what was said
    • yesterday and what still remains to be said will be brought about by
    • future comes to your aid. Why, for example, does an old man like to
    • longer cope with the physical plane without the aid of occult
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    • what has just been said, we will be able to understand that there
    • suggests what was said in the lectures on Psychosophy, though the
    • either you have really said nothing in particular, or else you have
    • said something else in an obscure way, “the red rose is”
    • and “red” have met. Nothing has been said about anything
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    • the subject known as the soul. Of Aristotle it can be said that there
    • said, then, that there will always be people in the world in whose
    • proof of the spirit. In a certain sense it can be said that even in
    • matter is similar to something I did set forth there. I said that we
    • the right effect. Paradoxically it could be said that in the sense
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    • realm. I said that it would naturally be impossible to present all
    • Although we know that without the aid of outer perception we cannot
    • with outer perception. We said, however, that when error is employed
    • forcefully in error. We said that in error we felt the Luciferic
    • has already been said that the psychologist under discussion keeps
    • really said that. Instead, there simply came about a contact in the
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    • further what little remains to be said, I should like to remind you
    • Divine Spirit, as they called it? They said, “The bodily world,
    • than much that was said in the philosophies of the nineteenth
    • left, and what I said in connection with the first two cycles,
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • children of the great universe and they said: “We have become men
    • men of old looked upwards to the Sun, they said to their disciples:
    • were looked upon as holy men, as Ideals, and it was said that if a Sun
    • if we think of what has been said in connection with Goethe's words:
    • But this much shall be said to-day: that nothing could be more
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    • stone. Then it was said to them: Just as from this day onwards the
    • said: ‘The Darkness comprehendeth not the Light,’ but when the truth
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    • Christianity during those early centuries? They said to themselves:
    • said that the Lord led Moses to Mount Nebo ‘over against Jericho’ and
    • said: But thou to whom I revealed myself in advance, mayest not bear
    • said of the Baptism by John in the Jordan: From cosmic worlds there
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    • said that the path now taken by Christianity through the countries of
    • said: "Ing was first seen among the East Danes. Later he went towards the
    • Christendom, it was said: In the hour that is especially holy, one
    • clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for him
    • Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid."
    • "And the angel said unto them, Fear not; for behold I bring you good
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    • One often hears it said to-day that the teachings given in the
    • Here and there in my lectures I have said that this Philosopher's
    • this is no proof of a life before birth, it must be said that they do
    • before birth. A pupil of the Mysteries said to himself: Living here on
    • after death, when the physical body has been laid aside.
    • truly celebrate the Christmas Festival to-day. Can it be said that
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    • said, the epochs of civilisation, and indeed the significance of the
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    • And so into the thought of the Christmas Festival man laid all that
    • blood. They said: Ex Deo nascimur. — Out of God we are born. And even
    • to be said in every Christian Church. We can read something from this
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    • any other matter presented by spiritual science, it may truly be said
    • said that immediately after birth, this Child uttered words
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    • I have repeatedly laid stress on the fact that no one who really
    • Teachers said very little; for at the stage which the etheric body had
    • his inner personality. It did not matter what he said; the qualities
    • contact with one of the great Indian teachers, he would have said:
    • during the civilisations yet to come, was laid down as a basic force
    • although these were only to appear later, they had to be laid down in
    • epoch, but had to be laid down in the third epoch of civilisation, as
    • minds. If you summarise what I have said, you will find that I have
    • approach from another aide and to work in quite a different way. A
    • the fate of a man, — of Christ that cannot be said. What is the
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    • Perhaps you may remember in this connection what I have said in public
    • hand, those children who, — unfortunately, as was then said,
    • You may remember what I said of the mission of Devotion, of the
    • came over me as I laid my hand on the handle of the door of the room
    • — but taking longer spans of time, this cannot well be said. All
    • American paper what was said of one of our anthroposophical meetings.
    • have said, if anyone really wishes to grasp Anthroposophy it cannot be
    • He said he did not like the way in which Anthroposophy splits up
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • it is to-day. On Saturn the germ of the physical body was laid, on the
    • beg you not to consider that as all that can be said on the subject;
    • In the course of years a great deal has been said as to what the
    • sheath is laid aside, a new form of existence begins; but he would
    • We have said that man has become more entangled in matter, less
    • knowledge of these things, have also hinted at this. They said: There
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    • physical plane. For it cannot be said that the earlier records of
    • must be said that the seven principles worked in him in such a way
    • Life-Spirit, was called ‘Kohelet’; for it was said: ‘In
    • signifies inner balance, for they said: Such a Spirit-self must have
    • said now, and must indeed be said; it would only prove that people
    • considered, that it was said the whole world-reckoning would now take
    • order of the Sultan! This, said the people, was but the fulfilment of
    • What I am now saying will often and often be said during the next few
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    • some things that have been said are true, is not of sole importance;
    • been proved, the last word on the subject has not been said. Man must
    • is about to be said were to be applied to the human being as such, it
    • as he has a physical covering. What I have just said has nothing to do
    • and remember that on other occasions I said something more besides
    • body. A woman can only be said to be female as far as her physical
    • body is concerned and that can be said of the etheric body of a man;
    • we must keep them plastic. So we must apply what has just been said as
    • though what I have said must not be taken in a superstitious sense, as
    • us to-day! This may really be said. Just as on the one hand we are
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    • said and done, all that is of profoundest interest to man is really
    • was sent for the very purpose of aiding the soul's progress. The true
    • If we recollect various things said in the public lectures, we are
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    • hear it said to-day: ‘What is the use of new Spiritual movements?
    • rightly said. He did not receive the mere idea, the concept of Christ
    • We have repeatedly laid stress on the fact that the first thing for us
    • and eighty degrees simply because in olden times that was laid down as
    • introductory act of hers! What has just been said of the necessity of
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    • What I have said is closely connected with the present cycle of human
    • without prejudice, one must acknowledge that St. Paul said, “Not
    • will make a brief review of what has been said here, and then pass on
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    • occultism such stress is laid upon understanding how Christ came to
    • Therefore it may be said that the germ is already prepared by man
    • will have understood from what was said previously. But a cosmic law
    • Would it be too daring to accept the statement of a poet who said
    • known that Dante said that during one's existence in the
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    • erred; what I said is not true,” and so on. In doing this we
    • substantiated. If what has been said in the course of time is
    • utterance Kant made as though instinctively. He said that the two
    • forth. What form has this taken? Can it really be said that we have a
    • (Is it not written in your law, I saidJohn 10:34).
    • If this were said, we should have to answer, “Why are we not
    • paid only to his particular doctrines? We no desire whatever to
    • Christ because nothing is said to this effect in His scriptures? Is
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    • be said should be said and those who wish to receive what is
    • said to be Lorenzo by art historians is Giuliano, and vice versa.
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    • has previously been said has to be changed in any way. Precisely in
    • what can be said from other aspects to work upon them. Yet the truths
    • the Christ Mystery when it is rightly understood. Much has been said
    • illuminated from new aspects. It is often said that special emphasis
    • Europe special emphasis has been laid on it. Such a reproach is quite
    • incarnate again on earth. It may be said that we bear this cosmos
    • Kant once said very beautifully that there were two things that
    • said, “In your thinking world-thoughts are weaving . . .”
    • said out of occult sources. There is nothing similar in any of the
    • (Is it not written in your law, I saidJohn 10:34).
    • been said, but would only retain the feeling that can flow from such
    • said to represent Lorenzo is that of Giuliano, and that of Giuliano
    • As I have said, to begin with I resisted what I am now going to say
    • figure “Night.” It was said that when Michelangelo was
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    • Among the many things that can be said about the life between death
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    • laid aside, our astral body still possesses all the peculiarities it
    • acquired because it lived in a physical body, also have to be laid
    • unheeded. That is why the statue of Giuliano is said to be that of
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    • supposed to be a condition of exhaustion and is said to exist to
    • depend on how things are said, rather than on what is
    • said. That is an international element and can live in any language.
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    • through the gate of death and has laid aside his physical body. As
    • paradoxical. What Schopenhauer said is correct, that “poor
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    • From what has just been said you can gather the immense seriousness
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    • In that case what has been said earlier applies. We cannot meet a
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    • directs its gaze towards contemporaries who are said to be clever,
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    • spheres. Let us now briefly recapitulate what was said then.
    • When I was here last I said certain things about the passage through
    • is possible in a public lecture when I said that the true Christian
    • concepts or ideas. I have said impulses, not concepts.
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    • It was different in past times when an evening prayer was said before
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    • happens after death when the time comes! This is said by people today
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    • As I have said, this view is still held today by many clear-thinking
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • triangle. Now I am drawing something — as I said, I do not
    • “Forms”, I said — hence we see that the
    • in this way, he was little understood, although much was said and
    • “mere words”. That is why I said that most people have no
    • time of Nominalism, when it was said that nothing general existed
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • I said that we need a substructure for the things that are to lead us
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • had gone around and said: “I will now see how the world is
    • night.” Let us suppose that Jacob Boehme had said this.
    • of the world; and for that he resorted to something else. He said to
    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • Yesterday I said that once there were Nominalists, persons who
    • said in the last lecture, that in order to find the general concept
    • of such a mood as this that Fichte once said: Our world is the
    • du Bois-Reymond once said: If we want to explain the world in strictly
    • have said in this lecture about number — that with regard to
    • he formed no further ideas on the subject. He only said to himself
    • is a “Monad”. And he said to himself: “There must
    • one-sided world-outlook, on behalf of which as much as can be said
    • has been said by the highly intelligent Leibnitz. In this way I
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    • lecture. What I have said so far refers to the moulding of human
    • that he laid himself open to the influence of the mental
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
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    • But this must be said of many. Therefore Spiritual Science, while it
    • with opinions that get by without any attention being paid to the
    • With the aid of such an explanation as this we see more depth that we
    • similar could be said of Nietzsche, for example.
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
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    • As I have said, this view is still held today by many clear-thinking
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • triangle. Now I am drawing something — as I said, I do not
    • “Forms”, I said — hence we see that the
    • in this way, he was little understood, although much was said and
    • “mere words”. That is why I said that most people have no
    • time of Nominalism, when it was said that nothing general existed
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • I said that we need a substructure for the things that are to lead us
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • had gone around and said: “I will now see how the world is
    • night.” Let us suppose that Jacob Boehme had said this.
    • of the world; and for that he resorted to something else. He said to
    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • Yesterday I said that once there were Nominalists, persons who
    • said in the last lecture, that in order to find the general concept
    • of such a mood as this that Fichte once said: Our world is the
    • du Bois-Reymond once said: If we want to explain the world in strictly
    • have said in this lecture about number — that with regard to
    • he formed no further ideas on the subject. He only said to himself
    • is a “Monad”. And he said to himself: “There must
    • one-sided world-outlook, on behalf of which as much as can be said
    • has been said by the highly intelligent Leibnitz. In this way I
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    • lecture. What I have said so far refers to the moulding of human
    • that he laid himself open to the influence of the mental
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
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    • But this must be said of many. Therefore Spiritual Science, while it
    • with opinions that get by without any attention being paid to the
    • With the aid of such an explanation as this we see more depth that we
    • similar could be said of Nietzsche, for example.
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
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    • remember what was said in the last lecture: “Blood is a very
    • blood, and a clever German psychologist has said that man has a
    • German theosophist has said — is not only the root of life but
    • said is a truth. An example will make it still clearer. When do you
    • spiritual world. It was said that forces and faculties slumber in the
    • spiritual research has always said that the highest knowledge can
    • (7.39) where it is said that the Spirit was not yet there, for the
    • that what I have now said is true. Would people fight against the
    • said that the arising of wisdom and beauty out of suffering is
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    • explain evil. People have said that there is no evil in the actual
    • higher, is breath of the gods. Now it might be said: If all that is
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    • other question — the nature of life. Frequently we hear it said
    • words: “For the wages of sin is death”. As we have said
    • afraid of death we need only convince ourselves that life is not any
    • nature and individuality, much that is said today will be applicable
    • Schiller or Francis of Assisi, and it may be said that the impulses
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    • already been said. Let us take a discoverer or an inventor, for
    • now doing were laid in the past. Kepler, one of the men who has played
    • we have said. The mineral kingdom is there, and the subsequent fate of
    • said that a comet must contain something like cyanide combinations in
    • causes must be laid long before outside the earth; and here we
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    • If with the aid of Spiritual Science we go back into human evolution
    • themselves over this time. As I have said, by far the greater number
    • said to us: ‘Down below a critical time is now coming and you
    • therefore able to feel pain. But from what has now been said we see
    • concerning itself only with outward physical space, man has paid in a
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    • but they also wage war against what is said contrary to their own
    • be said that if anyone may rejoice at all about what medicine has
    • medicine. It may be said, however, that the most admirable facts which
    • supplemented, but can never be gainsaid as can the knowledge which has
    • been acquired in past ages. For example it is often said: ‘In
    • other: ‘I have just seen a room full of flies. Someone said it
    • was another person who said that he knew a different reason for the
    • From this convenient method of judgement proceeds much of what is said
    • When spiritual investigation is carried on directly with the aid of
    • body. How it will do this will depend upon what has been laid down in
    • the portal of death. We know that the physical body is laid aside and
    • Now remember what I have often said about the life during the kamaloca
    • period. After the etheric body has been laid aside as a second corpse,
    • has just now been said is based upon facts revealed as the result of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • Skoda who said approximately: — ‘We may perhaps learn to
    • Thus a reference was made to something beyond human aid; and if one
    • in mind what has just been said, we shall find it much easier to
    • I said previously that if a person has done many things under the
    • develop the self-healing forces, or assist him to aid nature, so that
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    • hysterical conditions. As we said, the cause of such conditions must
    • understand such a course. It has always been said that man's Ego finds
    • what I have said about a case of measles can lead to an explanation
    • Of these a witty gentleman (Tröhls-Lund) said not without
    • justice: ‘Today it is said that illnesses are provoked by
    • microbes, just as it was formerly said that they came from God, the
    • devil, and so forth.’ In the thirteenth century it was said that
    • illnesses came from God; in the fifteenth it was said that they came
    • from the devil; later it was said that illnesses came from the
    • From what has been said we shall first of all conclude that perhaps
    • — leads to the belief in chance. These foundations had to be laid
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    • through certain occurrences in a former life has laid down causes for
    • But, again, what we have just said only holds good within the limits
    • said today. It is indeed the case, that through his pain, man descends
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    • or Jahveh, when He said: ‘In sorrow thou shalt bring forth
    • been said here, we shall be able to get an insight into the
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    • What has been said in our last lecture is of great significance and of
    • still just reach down into our astral body. We have said that it is
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • been said within the last days, you will no longer be astonished at
    • We shall best understand them if we base them on what has been said
    • I have said before, that we cannot speak of karma for animals in the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • been said, if we follow up what has been broached and had light thrown
    • said that the soul of man can penetrate more or less deeply into
    • beneficially affects this or the other organ. It has often been said
    • From what I have said about diphtheria, for instance, you may gather
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    • THERE is much still to be said about the various manifestations of
    • said, perhaps much of that which is in your minds in the way
    • say: In this way, thousands of years ago, the foundations were laid
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    • be said immediately that we have also given theoretical descriptions
    • It must be said again and again that this awakening
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    • Concerning love in its widest sense, the following has to be said:
    • If we consider what has been said, we will see that in
    • the spiritual world. It is said such people today are not uncommon.
    • things in the spiritual world are numerous and it can truly be said
    • more easily said than done. There are certain qualities that
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    • has to be said, for we must lead our thoughts to realize that the
    • process. This being said, you will understand at once the importance
    • the super-sensible world. We have already said that the clairvoyant
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    • itself can be said to flow out of the pictures. It can therefore
    • through life experience itself. I have continually said: The chapter
    • is said in Scene Three of
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    • about the philosophy of Haeckel. Up to then he had not paid much
    • said to himself, “How desolate, how unsatisfying for the human
    • and theories, he explained how the matter really stands. He said:
    • her hands together and twirling her thumbs, but finally she said,
    • Benedictus said the following. Let us look at three
    • Now then, said Benedictus, it will always happen to a
    • nature of lonely, personal, inner thinking, said, Now let us look at
    • Capesius. On the one hand, he said, we have the thoughts of the
    • forces, the Word itself is laid hold of only to a certain extent.
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    • few more remarks may be added to what was said in yesterday's
    • still hold to what has already been said, that in all human artistic
    • spiritual element, as I said before, when speaking figuratively of
    • music and poetry, yet it must also be said: as soon as we have to do
    • more dominant than Ahriman. Nevertheless, what we said before is
    • spiritual realm of which it can be said:
    • But here it can be said:
    • How is this other self active? It has just been said
    • to the past — consists in fighting with the aid of his past to
    • that we can come to know our true being. And this, as I said, we
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    • deed is necessary. And it can be said of it: This must be a strong,
    • tomorrow, linking up with what I have said today in regard to the
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    • anthroposophical things. I have said I would not deviate from my
    • it can be said quite objectively that we can estimate from this the kind
    • spiritual worlds — this has often been said — and have
    • we have said repeatedly, shows how essential it is not to come apart,
    • is laid aside; its destiny depends on the world which it now enters,
    • it is everywhere rejected. Even though our etheric body has been laid
    • and what I have said here about Ahriman as the Lord
    • what has been said about Ahriman as the Lord of Death, you will enter
    • meant as a reproof — far from it. No, it is said because almost
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    • is thine own name?” And man said: “I must be called
    • In what I have just said I have given you, in a comparison drawn from
    • civilisation, and we laid stress upon the fact that it was so lofty,
    • will realise that that work of art — of which it is said that
    • officials of the Dresden Gallery said something like this to him: “We
    • duchess, who at his death said: “A man full of light and truth
    • one would do well if he said: “People generally look upon what
    • finds them so much spoiled that he can hardly be said to see the
    • sympathies and ideas that belonged to him. What has been said does
    • been said, we may say “It is clear to us when we learn to apply
    • all the engines in their varied parts and functions, and said that
    • Anthroposophy, they look upon that which is said as the most utter
    • been said to-day we can, with this as a basis, put the question
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    • how little satisfactory such an answer would be. It might be said
    • to what has been said. We shall turn our attention to the animal
    • ascended thus far it may he said that something of the soul-substance
    • occurred to us, it must always be said out of the depths of spiritual
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    • accepts it in the end. After all, he allows the Mass to be said to him
    • being written down, that can be laid out in paragraphs, that can be
    • culture. After Justinian had laid down the code of Roman legal and
    • have said, one cannot say that the Romans absolutely invented
    • These things must be said since the science of the spirit is not for
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    • said, they were disappointed. They have continued their efforts,
    • America as an ahrimanic deed. In reality, I have said the very
    • opposite. I have said that America had to be discovered and that the
    • Remember what I said just now, that normal evolution seeks to progress
    • marvelously depicted. With the aid of the best of modern scholarship
    • of Jesus by David Friedrich Strauss. I have said it is no life
    • investigates all that was said of Jesus insofar as He was the Christ.
    • He examines what is said about His miraculous entry into the world,
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    • I have said, however, modern man is much too weak in courage for that;
    • be laid. They have now progressed so far that evolution cannot
    • A great deal has really been said with these few words. It only needs
    • conditions. The one to be murdered was laid out on a structure that
    • and when the victim was laid upon it, he was bent strongly back. This
    • definite idea or picture. They said he had entered the world as the
    • virgin, as I have said. When one investigates it occultly, one finds
    • I will bring forward next time what remains to be said regarding
    • be said in its midst today that could be spoken nowhere else.
    • thorough safeguard that what is said among us is not made use of, and,
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    • Nature, it is said, knows no leaps. In reality, however, we see how
    • However much it may be said in scientific circles that materialism has
    • those through whom the experiences were gained said they had received
    • laid bare. It was this that was revealed. Just consider, then, that a
    • afraid to impart this spiritual knowledge? It has been disseminated in
    • presented, however, is not said in order to give expression to what
    • Why is this or that said? Do you imagine that those who say, “The
    • what is said today is intended to close one's ears. Some people will
    • made known. What I have just said is elementary, but if one enters
    • lectures will be able to connect what has now been said with what we
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    • As a continuation of yesterday's lecture, certain things must be said
    • human culture during the period of Atlantis. It has often been said
    • have said before, to ask why Lucifer and Ahriman are unable to
    • activity had to be laid aside, forgotten, lost, in order that a
    • earth. The charge has been laid upon you to put this divine justice
    • As has been said, the Europeans had not conquered the Mongols in
    • Now these initiations had a definite purpose. As has been said, the
    • have been describing. Among the Mexicans it was said of Vitzliputzli
    • of whom it can be said that if his aim had been realized, it would
    • Vitzliputzli fought against him and — as already said, this can
    • nature of the Western world. As I have said, this impulse in the
    • progressive powers. It can be said that problems of two kinds,
    • such a way that the good is a said to manifest actually through
    • already said that because ahrimanic forces stream in on the one side,
    • Resurrection. Implicit in what I said a week ago, that the East turns
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    • post-Atlantean epoch were first laid down in germ, back before the
    • human personality ruling the West who can actually be said to have
    • reigned in France from 1285 to 1314, can really be said to have had a
    • else in the world but what can be paid for with gold, and he was
    • said that such a passion, aroused in such a materialistic way and
    • said further on this subject, but it would be easy to show how there
    • Templar but, as I have said, in a spiritualized way. This Goetheanism,
    • said, “A certain Mr. Lewes has written a book, which was for some
    • and the most wonderful traditions to aid him in familiarizing himself
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    • In response to such objections, Fichte said, “That these ideals
    • avarice, of Philip the Fair. I have described this to you, as I said,
    • those who laid stone on stone, but without the calculus it would not
    • that you relate what I have said to an astronomer. He would say,
    • that the members of a famous Academy of Science also said, when
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    • understood from what was said in them that it is an absolute necessity
    • civilized society. I have already said much concerning the obstacles
    • made, men should be afraid of any kind of knowledge? People today
    • presence of it he is afraid. Above all things man surmises one thing
    • What I have just said has an important polaric counterpart. When
    • picture. As I have said, this is felt by men, and therefore they
    • There has come a time when it must be said publicly that if any
    • East. I have said that in the East the path led from above downwards,
    • the leading cleric is reported to have said that no discussion was
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    • Although it might be said, with a certain amount of feeling or logic,
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    • lines laid down at that time. Not what these spirits found or thought
    • yet in existence, in order to realize an ideal which, as I have said,
    • others like-minded had said. The necessity of building further upon
    • this beginning has been laid upon our present age. If we continue to
    • said with no knowledge of the spiritual world. What our age most
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    • to be paid to what is not generally observed in ordinary life, viz.,
    • consciousness, but as the whole individual life laid out before us in
    • triumphs of natural science it may well be said by those with a heart
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    • Let me begin by connecting what I have to say with what was said
    • initiate or non-initiate, in ancient times. Much is said today about
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    • as the 18th Century said: And the Dragon, the Old Serpent, was cast
    • been a cosmic one; and they said, in effect: Look back to olden times
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    • often he is even afraid, when he feels a deeper, more intimate contact
    • year and said, Let us make the necessary arrangements? Naturally that
    • of Christ Jesus, in the Mystery of Golgotha. As was said, this may be
    • chilled as well, this is a delusion. For it can be said that a man's
    • I said, we need not consider the lilies that are never seen by man but
    • sort. — And as has been said, there are all sorts of shades
    • this links up with the demand of our time that men be laid hold of and
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    • asked next why the spirits lied to him so; and they said, “Well,
    • the earth. And when the priest said: The position of the sun now calls
    • I said yesterday in the public lecture
    • can find many a hint of this, and compare it with what can now be said
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    • dominoes or such like, in order, as is frequently said, to pass the
    • If you develop this feeling which, as we have said, does
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    • that which man is as spirit appears after he has laid aside the
    • In ancient Greece much attention was paid to gymnastics
    • This was different by the Athenians. The Athenians laid
    • remain quiet. If he said anything it had to be significant. It had to
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    • shall add certain things today to what has been said, keeping in
    • taken up by the thistle. This is said by way of comparison, but
    • really a criticism of a remark by Haller. Haller said: “Into
    • Science) that when one whom he could only regard as a pedant said:
    • On the other hand, what I have said may in a sense
    • school-book, with its gigantic ink smudges. As I said, it is not a
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    • of the whole man, with our earth. I have often said in various
    • said, in super-homeopathic dilution into our nervous system and most
    • is the poetic speech of the metals in the earth. Thus it may be said
    • I said in a different connection that in the power of orientation, in
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    • form. You will remember I said that one who has attained to knowledge
    • oxygen, but there is a substance of a higher nature. As I have said,
    • see a quartz crystal, it is so hard that, as I have said before, if
    • Something else must also be said. If today as human
    • life. One feels oneself, as has been said, united as a human being
    • You see from what has now been said that we do not speak
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    • the expanses of the cosmos. Here let us recall what was said in the
    • I also said that when man unites himself with the metals
    • We may recall what was said last time, that, preceding
    • green and fading away. And if, as I said, a man at that time could
    • founded in this Goetheanum, which with some things I have said is
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    • said to him:—
    • said to him, had felt this necessity, he was again on the point, not
    • it the statues themselves would speak. One statue said: I am
    • And the other statue, as if speaking, said: I am
    • priest who had directed him to the Christ-picture said to him:
    • And the other priest said: “And receive from Him what the two
    • What has to be said, and can be said of this, we shall study in the
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    • Cosmos, so that he said to himself somewhat as follows: “The
    • which filled the air — all, as has been said, seen in the
    • been said, recalled that which he had seen here or there in life, and
    • to him this remarkable experience, so that he said: “There is
    • landscapes which, as has been said, recalled that which he had seen
    • that he said to himself: “My inner being has brought the Summer
    • And following on, the pupil said to himself “In
    • said, I am describing to you simply the experiences which the pupil
    • statue which actually said: “I am Knowledge but I lack Being.”
    • “Art” was written in the place of the statue which said:
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    • the skin. I have often said: the volume of air which is within me was
    • now said as follows: I live wholly in an element with other beings.
    • inner truthfulness and honesty said: “Divine goodness which is
    • indicate (this is why I said that I had to explain the thing, in a
    • spiritual Being, and which paid no attention in the presentation of
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    • we have said, this was not to be found in the general civilization of
    • were initiated into both kinds of mysteries. Of these it was said
    • much more complicated way. Plato said to Aristotle somewhat as
    • said Plato, “and will leave you to yourself. In the world of
    • once said that though Aristotle was a gifted pupil yet he was like a
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    • pour out this logical system into Europe. It may even be said, by way
    • spoke no longer of things, but of man himself, and it was said that
    • constellation of Leo flowers said something quite different to what
    • truth, through all this that was revealed to him the pupil said out
    • the world,” he said to himself. “That can only be the
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    • that which the Gods laid down in man (i.e. the power of speech) this
    • the aniseed plant looks like? The ancients would have said: “What
    • saw an earthly being, they said: In this there lives first of all
    • alchemists have said of quicksilver? They would have said: “Copper,
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    • said in the last lecture, the Mysteries extended over different
    • Ages; he would have looked at once to two things. He would have said:
    • said: I can turn my gaze outwards to the earth, over which the plant
    • The medieval natural scientist said: In man we have this
    • said: “I am experimenting because, through my experiments, the
    • themselves, as I have said, as pious men in that which then
    • thought in the sense of these medieval investigators would have said:
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    • I have said that we do not find theoretical, easily
    • have said, it is introduced into it in the correct dose. It has no
    • ancient Sun Mysteries, we find there in addition to what I have said
    • of the sun. It was then said, with a certain justice, that there was
    • Such an investigator stood in his laboratory. He said:
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    • applies to everything that may be said and discovered by
    • have said I hope you will not accuse me of wishing to cast
    • constantly being said, “Explanations must be as simple as
    • said, “Here we have something very remarkable. The
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them, but it is not the
    • time ago I said to a friend, “It is just as important to
    • said about the processes of elimination. The kidneys are organs
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    • mind what I have just said, let me add the following. To begin
    • with you may find it offensive to hear it said in anthroposophy
    • continually being said in physiology. Due to the shortness of
    • confirmation of what I have said. Only in this way will you be
    • possible to what I have said. Take certain lower animals where
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    • significance. Very little attention is paid nowadays to what I
    • said that we must pay attention to whether more or less fatigue
    • appeared irreconcilable with what I said yesterday. This
    • lives in the inner warmth-man, as I said this morning, and that
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    • have already said, a process of devitalization that must be
    • perspiration. Great attention should be paid to this, for
    • clear, concise form and people are not afraid to go straight
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    • their view was particularly applicable, they said that one can only allow
    • illness subsides. They said that it is not actually possible to speak in the
    • Consider just once the polar opposite to what Schelling has said. His
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    • Today I wish to make a link with what I said yesterday at the
    • I said that out of these instincts Schelling not
    • which show a kind of daring. He simply said, “To know nature means to
    • fundamentally to do with an absurdity that a man of genius laid at the
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    • (as I said, I can only sketch these matters today) so that on one side
    • pathology, or, said better, into a therapeutic pathology and a
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    • predominant in the abdomen, for example. Said in a better way, it
    • today. If a hypothesis is dangled here or there, it is said that it is
    • said here out of spiritual science could have been said also by
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    • said and discovered by Anthroposophy in regard to the different
    • what I have said, you will not accuse me of any desire to rail
    • it was constantly being said: ‘Explanations must be absolutely
    • He — the chairman — then said the following: ‘Here
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them. But it is not the same
    • long time ago I once said to a friend: ‘It is just as important
    • same must be said of the excretory processes. The kidneys are organs
    • organism, but we must bring to our aid matters that are approached in
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    • in mind what I have just said, let me add the following. It may, to
    • begin with, be a stumbling-block to hear it said in Anthroposophy
    • inner being of man, but only into what is continually being said in
    • confirmation of what I have said. Only in this way will the mysteries
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    • great importance. Very little heed is paid nowadays to what I have
    • breathing cause fatigue. So when it is said: heed must be paid to the
    • irreconcilable with what I said yesterday. It clears up, however,
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    • question of the nervous system being laid into the human organism as
    • containing sulphur, because, as I have already said, a process of
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
    • and people are not afraid to go straight ahead, they will take this
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    • which contains, it may be said, the best that has been written on
    • have said and we shall always find that these men turn their
    • It may be said that
    • may be said to hold really modern socialistic views for their opinion
    • it is said, ‘are wanting in the force needed to inspire the
    • side to it, of which something must be said.
    • what was said not long ago and has often been repeated by a personage
    • true humanity — this must be said how every single human being
    • men, it may be said that Woodrow Wilson's criticism of the present
    • civilization, of whom it may be said that, if their rule continues
    • value of commodities expressed which may be said to represent the
    • is expressed, a social metamorphosis. When it is said that the old
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    • theories, preconceived party opinions. If what I said yesterday be
    • will become practical, so that it may be said: practical and applied
    • how do people judge them? It is said: It is the private capitalist
    • Now it may be said,
    • yesterday. I said then that at about the time of the Renaissance, of
    • paid; provision must be made for the payment of interest. And what do
    • against what is said on both sides. One can understand —
    • hand human labor is also bought on the labor market and paid for in
    • that he is not paid the full value of his labor, but that the profit
    • wages are paid out of capital, and that modern economic life is
    • capital and, according to the capital created, wages are paid, labor
    • thing not understood: as soon as labor is paid for in the same way as
    • often find things absurd which must, nevertheless, be said because
    • this; the most that can be said of him is that he makes himself
    • As long as labor is within the economic system, it must be paid
    • Today, however, a great deal is said from the ethical standpoint on
    • work and what wages should be paid, and so on. The only thing that
    • agree with him; for all such matters are overlaid by party opinion.
    • take their own instinct for truth to aid them in forming their
    • truth enabled them to understand well what was said. Then came the
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    • in his environment, by the aid of which he can find his proper
    • to recognize what has just been said as an axiom, a fundamental
    • statement that the economic system has laid down the law:
    • weak as against the economically strong. Thus it may be said: In the
    • it is said that the human being must live within a social structure
    • been said, and rightly, that a person who grew up on a desert island
    • Austria been more creditable. This may be said of the events in
    • years of age; it cannot be said that such an action is isolated. His
    • from another side in what manner all that I have said above can be
    • in this way the judicial finding will differ from that laid down by
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    • of hearers would probably have treated what was said with ridicule.
    • which it is intended to represent. And it may be said in most cases
    • may truly be said that a renewal is sorely needed from the very
    • aiding the reconstruction of social life.
    • educated, I knew quite well that what I said did not at all make the
    • what is said and written on this subject by scientists themselves how
    • have more and more laid claim to he the only authority in matters
    • practice. This must be said, because intellectualism, the fruit of
    • Read what is said about the will in one of the newer books on
    • our limbs. They are said to be the nerves of volition, while the
    • It must be said that
    • social future. Much, very much has been said recently on the subject
    • only a living perception of human nature itself. Much has been said
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    • such a unity; and this unity would be broken up, it is said, if any
    • brought together into a unity in the commodity. Hence it may be said
    • must be said that the threefold order of the social organism is not
    • order to see that although very much is said, it amounts to little
    • Thus it may be said
    • owing to these very facts. It is said now that the aim of the
    • future, however, it will be said that the threefold order truly lays
    • life might be said to exist only for the purpose of exhortation or
    • spiritual life will be strong enough to bear the burden laid upon it,
    • the aid of spiritual science, will be practical in all his actions,
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    • inasmuch as it might possibly be said that these are isolated ideas
    • said on the subject. For instance, we often hear it said that there
    • related to the price paid here for bread or coal, will recognize the
    • be said regarding the actual solution of the social problem, until it
    • off by imposing customs and duties and by other measures, and laid
    • must call to mind and apply here what I said in my fourth lecture
    • hindrances, it shows itself to be all that I have just said of it. If
    • The same man of whom I have spoken said: The idealist knows just as
    • In that speech from the throne there was a great deal said, very
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    • said: “One does not trouble to think about such things.”
    • said what man needs for his thinking. The human brain, if we weigh it
    • King of France was announced, he said: “Ask him to wait a
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    • had to be paid from A to B. Thus the Price changes in the process of
    • makes Labour possible and the wages of Labour are paid out of the
    • accumulated Capital. On the other side it is said: No, the only thing
    • said that we should look for its equivalent in the amount that is
    • This, therefore, must be said: The first thing needful in grappling
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    • observe — “theoretically,” as I have said — this
    • said about the way a man should work!” Only now did Labour
    • economic point of view. What I have just said is intended in a
    • And, as I said on a previous occasion, price originates by the
    • This does not contradict what we have said before. After all, look at
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    • example of the tailor, who, I said, works less cheaply if he makes his
    • said before, to the Money it is a matter of indifference whether, for
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    • into Nature. But you must first call to your aid another idea if you
    • economic process which, as I said, you can therefore regard as an
    • the amount which would have to be paid to buy the piece of land
    • mortgaged, the more will eventually have to be paid for it. The value
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    • rents. Now, as I said, fundamentally speaking, the return for land
    • directly from what we said before. We want a rate of interest as high
    • when you turn your eye to the future. And, as we said, to be engaged
    • are even paid something for what they have produced. In appearance,
    • commodity on the market through the very fact that it is paid for at
    • said, does not interfere with the concept of payment as such. Lending,
    • result of this free spiritual life, as I said just now, there will be
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    • If the so-called wage-earner has to be paid more, they say: “The
    • price of Labour has gone up.” If he has to be paid less,
    • lines laid down yesterday (that is, by seeing that the producer of a
    • actually paid for in the course of commercial dealing. It is easy
    • enough to see that all values are not really paid for. Take the case
    • true price is not paid. Thus in actual economic intercourse prices are
    • Capital must inevitably go down. We said just now that in farming one
    • Labour leads us no farther. Precisely when you add what we have said
    • today to what has been said before, you will see that the pricing or
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    • raids with the necessary armed forces. Those who possess anything are
    • economic process. Consider what happens when someone gets paid for an
    • a purely spiritual value that is being paid for in commodity-values.
    • I have already said that the wage-labourer does not in reality receive
    • properly paid for, But in fact Labour is nowhere paid for; only the
    • products of Labour are paid for; and this — if it were truly
    • said to me, “I am very fond of sending picture postcards to my
    • friends. I send lots of them.” I said, “I am not at all
    • fond of sending picture postcards — and that,” I said,
    • much to do as I have now. “Why?” he asked. I said,
    • economic fallacy,” said the other man; “for on the
    • have to be employed and these postmen will get paid. So you
    • see,” he said, “I am really a benefactor to the people who
    • to barter). Then money came in. (As I said, I do not wish to make
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    • undoubtedly influence the balance in a negative direction. As I said,
    • Such connections, as I said, have been observed as matters of pure
    • economic circulation. And now, I said, suppose he gets a skilful
    • doctor also get paid for them? No, in reality he did not; for you can
    • From all this you can see: It can by no means be said with certainty,
    • will not get at that, of which I said that it is really there
    • clearly within the economic process as a whole what it is that is paid
    • directly under purchase and sale. That which is paid for immediately
    • part of the world. What I said in the first lecture is most decidedly
    • search out the true facts. As I have said, it is a good thing to
    • word to express it — impersonally. Thus, as I said in my first
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    • and again to discover from direct economic experience what can be said
    • Yesterday, in another circle, I said that we ought to bring into our
    • experience of money-lenders that mutual aid plays a great part even in
    • having paid his debt, C will arrive one day and will bring with him A
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    • “three-folding.” We observe, as I said, how private
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    • different way of thinking. For instance, it is said: In the first
    • is: Who is to be the recogniser? When you have said that money must
    • have universally recognised value you have said nothing. You have
    • more remarkable. It is said, for instance, that money must be small in
    • circulation. The premises are given to us by what we have said already
    • however, should really be our task. All that can be said in the
    • have been if he had paid them, say, out of pure purchase-money.
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    • nothing but autographs of the said poet. And after 20 years he sells
    • for some fresh aids to understanding.
    • said; we see the economic value arise where the Nature-product is
    • Therefore, when all is said, we must always look upon the cultivation
    • one side (or, as I said, whatever the right function is); then we must
    • exclusively from the physical side. They said that Capital is to be
    • always find that what is said is right, but only in a limited sphere.
    • As I said just now, we have neither of the two extremes in any
    • price and value, is scarcely anywhere correctly seen as yet. As I said
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    • to give you pictorial concepts, ideal pictures, to aid you in making
    • objections can be made to what has been said. In a sense I shall be
    • Take for example what is said of Price. You will be told that the
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • important that there should be, as I said, a certain number of
    • alone can it be said that he still knew how to value the initiation
    • this view? They said: “The wise men of olden times who are
    • crucified and laid in the Earth, and appeared to his initiated pupils
    • and passed through death, and His body had been laid in the Earth,
    • present time — so said the earliest Christian initiates —
    • truth is met with ridicule and even scorn. Remember what I said at
    • following remarkable way. As I said just now, when one begins to
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    • human souls. Little was said in Western countries of repeated earthly
    • soul are in the ears that hear. I said just now; the human heart is
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    • senses. With the aid of his senses, he perceives and cognizes the
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • are of course few among us who can be said to go through the
    • Sun-eye; it may be said to extend over and involve the entire man.
    • the aid of this force man is carried up into the second sphere that I
    • and near relationship with some other person. It is not said to us in
    • times laid particular emphasis on the looking upwards into the
    • inner development. I said just now that when in the last third of the
    • that to this end we have, as I said, to take the Heavens and the
    • is true and requires to be said. For it is, in fact, as we learn to
    • have said with an expression of deep satisfaction at being able once
    • satisfaction to me to be able to do this. As we said before, it
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    • now I should like, as I said, to describe these experiences from
    • body. They did not do so. They might be said to ‘carry’
    • relationship with the stars. He said to himself: If I suffer,
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    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • aided by these, the Ahrimanic powers have set themselves to carry out
    • in man's metabolism. Whilst the Luciferic spirits build, as we said,
    • two realms harbour beings who carry on, as I have said, a terrible
    • I need not remind you of what I said at the beginning of the lecture
    • thereby subject to another rulership than that of the aforesaid
    • would like him to be, as we said, an angel being.
    • teaching of the Mysteries to aid him on his path; now he must turn to
    • said to live in a mood that oscillates between jubilation and
    • in the hands of the good Powers, to aid them in rescuing him from
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    • the human being immediately after death. His physical body being laid
    • cremated. The human physical body, laid aside by the human being who
    • ask: What does it mean for the physical body to be thus laid aside by
    • death (for we have laid the physical body aside), and yet as beings
    • take seriously what I said during my last sojourn here: we judge
    • etheric body, but when the etheric body too has been laid aside, you
    • undergoing the aforesaid recapitulation of his past earthly life, man
    • in more detail, only remember please what I said before. Telling of
    • Should He not therefore have said:
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    • important that there should be, as I said, a certain number of
    • alone can it be said that he still knew how to value the initiation
    • this view? They said: “The wise men of olden times who are
    • crucified and laid in the Earth, and appeared to his initiated pupils
    • and passed through death, and His body had been laid in the Earth,
    • present time — so said the earliest Christian initiates —
    • truth is met with ridicule and even scorn. Remember what I said at
    • following remarkable way. As I said just now, when one begins to
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    • human souls. Little was said in Western countries of repeated earthly
    • soul are in the ears that hear. I said just now; the human heart is
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    • senses. With the aid of his senses, he perceives and cognizes the
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • are of course few among us who can be said to go through the
    • Sun-eye; it may be said to extend over and involve the entire man.
    • the aid of this force man is carried up into the second sphere that I
    • and near relationship with some other person. It is not said to us in
    • times laid particular emphasis on the looking upwards into the
    • inner development. I said just now that when in the last third of the
    • that to this end we have, as I said, to take the Heavens and the
    • is true and requires to be said. For it is, in fact, as we learn to
    • have said with an expression of deep satisfaction at being able once
    • satisfaction to me to be able to do this. As we said before, it
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    • now I should like, as I said, to describe these experiences from
    • body. They did not do so. They might be said to ‘carry’
    • relationship with the stars. He said to himself: If I suffer,
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    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • aided by these, the Ahrimanic powers have set themselves to carry out
    • in man's metabolism. Whilst the Luciferic spirits build, as we said,
    • two realms harbour beings who carry on, as I have said, a terrible
    • I need not remind you of what I said at the beginning of the lecture
    • thereby subject to another rulership than that of the aforesaid
    • would like him to be, as we said, an angel being.
    • teaching of the Mysteries to aid him on his path; now he must turn to
    • said to live in a mood that oscillates between jubilation and
    • in the hands of the good Powers, to aid them in rescuing him from
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    • the human being immediately after death. His physical body being laid
    • cremated. The human physical body, laid aside by the human being who
    • ask: What does it mean for the physical body to be thus laid aside by
    • death (for we have laid the physical body aside), and yet as beings
    • take seriously what I said during my last sojourn here: we judge
    • etheric body, but when the etheric body too has been laid aside, you
    • undergoing the aforesaid recapitulation of his past earthly life, man
    • in more detail, only remember please what I said before. Telling of
    • Should He not therefore have said:
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    • said, “Once upon a time human beings were able to experience
    • was said, “Somewhere in a dingy side street lives a strange
    • disprove what we have said. If they were to triumph, however, and if
    • truly when He said, “I am with you always, even unto the end of
    • way usurp this event. What has just been said, namely, that all
    • is a certain moment after which humanity may be said to be descending
    • subjects. What was said, however, is significant not only for those
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    • said, is not one of the normal faculties of a human being of our day,
    • spiritual world. John the Baptist said, “The time has come when
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    • senses remained. Paul said that man should purify his forces, his
    • That is why Paul said, “Kill not the pleasure of
    • points to an archetypal wisdom for humanity. Paul, in contrast, said,
    • It is always said that Christ is constantly in our
    • science should be an aid to this, but this will be impossible as long
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    • said, something that the anthroposophist should inscribe in his
    • existence. This will be clear to you from what has been said before.
    • that of our earth, you will realize from what has just been said that
    • were. I said that the ancient Moon evolution — which projects
    • those old relationships in its laws — I said that this ancient
    • the structure of the human brain, it can even be said that for our
    • commotion! But Hegel said that his statement was as well founded as
    • The same could be said of many other comets.
    • Comet. When it is said that Halley's Comet can be a warning; that its
    • days this must be resisted — this truly is said not for the
    • It could be said that once again the Lord is displaying
    • question of the present time. Much that has been said today is
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    • When we came together here some time ago, we said
    • something will be said about the connection in the evolution of
    • way through the teachings of Moses that one said to oneself: the
    • jeeringly, “Yes, indeed, those were fine prophets who said
    • the cross, about Whom His disciples said that He had risen from the
    • risen from the dead,” he must have said to himself. After Paul
    • What has been said now will be said again and again in
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    • ancient times. It was said that man would be able to find his
    • spiritual and health-giving forces. Now, however — so said
    • which was thus formed in a special way. Christ Jesus therefore said
    • Of the etheric body He said, “Formerly, men could be healed of
    • said, “In former times those whose astral bodies were beset by
    • as expression of the purified I. Christ said, therefore, “Blessed
    • will renounce the old mentality that only laid store in the sensible
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    • What we have said will often be repeated in the years to
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    • hallucinations; others will be afraid to speak about them, dreading
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    • summoning the findings of esoteric research to our aid. Here another
    • ask what there is to be said about contemplation of the world,
    • From what has been said we have seen that the life of
    • If we connect this with what was said previously
    • development of intellectuality, but the gods must come to our aid if
    • streams meet in man, we must first consider what was said previously
    • what was said about turning our attention to the corresponding
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances
    • summoned nature to their aid by having plants and branches of trees
    • Schopenhauer said, “To preach morality is easy; to establish it
    • Enlightenment, so it was said, the teacher will also be there to make
    • whether we have laid it aside. People must acquire understanding of
    • we have laid aside the physical body at death.
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    • was in love with this man. In this case it may not be said that the
    • said, however, that individual brotherhoods were permeated with the
    • of those souls — and this must be said with compassion —
    • they were here on earth. What I have said must be accepted as a
    • (larger circle). As I said, this humanity is not completely clear
    • will be taken from them, and it will be said that, just as there is
    • things. It must be said, though, that it is never entirely too late.
    • people did not say this but rather said that in the seances spirits
    • have been laid aside by human beings. In Eastern regions, therefore,
    • are induced to inhabit etheric bodies laid aside by human beings.
    • Such demonic spirits that inhabit the etheric bodies laid aside by
    • the one who had laid aside his etheric body, which was then occupied
    • mentioned that it is necessary for you to consider what I have said
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    • case in what I said in my last visit with the same intention, from
    • Fritz Mauthner unjustifiably said, “Authority by his
    • have said that, exactly because of this, beings that are close to man
    • For this reason certain things in this period can only be said, but
    • earthly organism. It was said that humanity was once cast out of
    • out of paradise. One therefore distinguishes — so it is said in
    • account. What I have just said about Ireland is a factor, and one
    • For this reason I have said in public lectures that it is important
    • because before what has been said can become deed, resolves must be
    • workman could load at most eighteen tons. Then Taylor said, “We
    • whether it was really so, as the practical factory owners said, that
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    • said that all that is needed to begin with is to circulate to a broad
    • alters its conditions of consciousness and the like. What is said in
    • this lecture and in this brochure is said with particularly full
    • occasions I have said in public lectures in Basel that within our
    • groundless. If one once understood what can be said in connection
    • he would definitely not have said this about Woodrow Wilson —
    • show if one laid it on a scale and on the other side placed a weight?
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    • difficult times must be said in public anthroposophical lectures, so
    • we have a quite definite consciousness. I have said on another
    • It can therefore be said that within the experience of an ordinary
    • between these two realms. As I have said, under normal conditions
    • earthly animals! I explicitly said earlier that our animals on earth
    • particularly in its relation to earthly life, one satisfies or, said
    • have just said will not be taken in an abstract sense, so that
    • In all that can be said about the matter, however, from the
    • about the daimon of Socrates and what Socrates, that wise Greek, said
    • may relate quite frankly and fully everything that has been said or
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    • through the breathing — then it can be said ‘the
    • effects of the nation-spirit upon men. It can be said: the air of
    • remember what I have often said; man is twofold, the head and the
    • From what has been said today the great contrast between the Asiatic
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    • about it. In an essay written in 1858 he said that one could imagine
    • as much more complicated than I have said now. But from such
    • from the spiritual. Kant once said: there is as much science in the
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    • further. It was said: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones — these alone
    • so forth. When that is said, it is very much as if someone were to
    • saying nothing at all about the watch. And nothing at all is said
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    • said about Johannes Tauler in my book
    • putting him to the test. He said to him: You have your eyes, you have
    • not let the spirit of Nature through. And the teacher said: But there
    • And the pupil said:
    • pupil out again on to the Earth, and as he took leave of him, said:
    • of view. He said to himself: When man speaks, then we really have in
    • I said there that what we find in Meister Eckhart, in
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    • such things can find in those times, as we said just now, not places
    • knowledge.” The idea is said to rest on an inner necessity.
    • said: “We resolve now to feel ourselves responsible not for
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    • looked up to the Sun and said: In the Sun are certain Intelligences.
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    • different from what it is today. As I said before, it is exceedingly
    • such a small company of men who had knowledge. As I have said, I
    • symbol thus obtained played, as I said, a significant part even as
    • connection with something I said to you only yesterday. I told you
    • of fact you will not understand what is said in that book concerning
    • said to the pupil: “Behold, Man is a Microcosm; he imitates in
    • observe something else. It was said to him: “Look at the optic
    • said the teacher to his pupils — thus has man received this
    • by Rudolf Steiner] And then it was said to them:
    • so it was said to the pupil — then look at it in the
    • have said, a trace of it can still be found as late as the nineteenth
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    • today. Rain and mist said very much to them — revealed to them
    • writing, too, it must be said: Today men do not have the writing but
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    • The explanation of these words, which, as has been said, how
    • together, and has laid down the paths for the various branches of
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    • to-day. Rain and mist said very much to them — revealed to them
    • must be said: To-day men do not have the writing but the writing has
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    • stages higher than man, the Hierarchy of the Archangels. As I said
    • through the necessary course of world evolution can be said to them
    • understanding of what has been said to-day, if one is only
    • I will close with this question, a question, as I said, that leads to
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    • My dear friends, what I have said to you about the spiritual
    • our stand as Anthroposophists — I have not said it in order that
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    • together. Just think, for instance, of all that has been done and said
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    • it said quite rightly that explanations and commentaries of poetry
    • and slips down into the physical body. As I said, we have normally
    • all this has been said, we should not be surprised to find that the
    • The innkeeper hung a medallion around his neck that said: He killed a
    • one blow, you can put an end to those bears.” The man said,
    • the sweet things bears like to eat, and laid them ready.
    • them said, “We'll show you how much stronger we are!”
    • on it and said, “Watch me press water out of the stone!”
    • him off. Therefore they laid themselves to rest and slept so
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    • said the king to himself, “That is someone I can make use of!”
    • you,” said the king to the tailor. “Will you enter my
    • service?” “Yes,” said the other, “I will
    • said the king, “I shall reward you handsomely if you keep to
    • slate.” Then the apprentice said: “Certainly I will do
    • as I want.” For the apprentice said to himself: “If I
    • said: “I simply killed the bears and then cut off their heads.”
    • The king took this on trust and said: “If you have done that,
    • giants. The giants said: “We have come again to wrestle with
    • the strongest; no one has overcome us!” Then said the tailor's
    • badly with you!” said one of the giants. The tailor said: “Show
    • said the giant. The tailor took a small stone, and covered it
    • fingers the cheese spurted out milk. Then he said to the giants: “I
    • not return. So he said to the giants; “Your arrow came down
    • and said to him: “Will you be our comrade?” He agreed.
    • rosemary, saying: “Take care of this; the maiden before whom it
    • bends is the maiden you ought to marry.” So the very next day
    • table in pearls; then he made it known that the maiden before whom
    • proved to be a little golden bird; it said to him: “You do not
    • until they came to a horse that was very weak and ill and that said:
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    • has gradually laid into the Easter Festival in the course of historic
    • given to understand that when he was now laid in the coffin, he would
    • all the things of Nature. Nevertheless, just when Nature is laid waste
    • outer Nature — the force of the seed which was laid into the
    • The Michael thought, as was said at the proper season, must lie near
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    • olden times it was said: Man is born not once, but twice. This was
    • said of the great majority of human beings — and it was
    • being at all, but said: “I must first become a human being.”
    • enters into himself. At this stage it was said to the
    • said to him: There are three chambers in this Temple Grove. The one
    • the Gate of Death. One became aware what man is like when he has laid
    • time looked up to the Mystery of Golgotha. They said to themselves:
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    • conscious of a reality when through the Initiation rite he had paid
    • own being he gazed into the Sun. And now he said to himself: The Sun
    • himself and said: “I can unite myself with the Moonlight”,
    • Full Moon he said, not “I myself can evolve up yonder”, but
    • process of the Mysteries. Nature, they said, is fading and dying away,
    • Nature is laid waste. It is like the gradual death of man as to his
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    • If, as we have often said, a more spiritual age is now approaching
    • grasp them, as I already said, as intimately as possible. How did the
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    • evolution once laid down for humanity.
    • added to the old. Naturally, a very great deal more could be said
    • the traditions strictly laid down in the Tibetan canon. The details
    • of these figures must be absolutely correct: the proportions laid
    • Such teachings are sheer fantasy — that is what is said today.
    • the supreme penalty would have to be paid. And when the canon had
    • about Art except what is laid down by the canon for the making of
    • said about the aberrations of the human soul towards the one abyss or
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    • said and this will be sufficient to bring home the significance of
    • spiritual science. As I have often said, this development ultimately
    • remembrance will from now onwards have to be laid through spiritual
    • path must be laid down in spiritual science. — This must be
    • tried to describe its characteristics to you. I have said that a
    • said today that one thing or another is scientifically established —
    • still want to invoke only that God Who said to man that He will give
    • The same could be said about our spiritual science! And
    • something that I have already said here: that we must change our mode
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    • life of soul. He was a man of whom it can truly be said that he
    • to do this from what I have said about Gustav Theodor Fechner in my
    • It may truly be said
    • knowledge. But when all is said and done, spiritual science alone can
    • Atlantis — what is to be said about the world of the animals
    • sense it can be said of man that his physical body today is fixed
    • Homer. Read carefully what I have said in different lectures and
    • inner truth. Of this inner truth it can be said: What the
    • as to enable it to be said that the materialistic world-conception
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    • at everything else on earth and said of it all: This is, this exists.
    • if somebody had said: Look how thoughts arise out of your brain! Let
    • all that gave existence, movement and thought to his ego. He said: What
    • a family circle great emphasis was laid on an ability to enumerate one's
    • said: Well, there is only a hand; the watch ought to fall down, what
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    • imitation of nature, he would have said something like this: “Why
    • pertinent) people said to themselves: Outside, there are stones; outside,
    • the physical body has been laid aside, then the naked soul enters a
    • state fitted only for the spiritual world; and having laid aside its
    • the human beings from whose imaginations they sprang said to themselves:
    • was completely attuned to space, and he said to himself: “This
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    • a four-dimensional space; or, better said, we enter a four-dimensional
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    • with. His psychology is deeply moving. As I said before, it has about
    • said repeatedly
    • classical. Here he succeeded. Which cannot be said of the works written
    • I felt deeply what Winckelmann said when he traveled south to discover
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    • Considering the terrestrial an image of the cosmic he said to himself:
    • We still can divine what it meant for Homer when he said: “Sing,
    • to rise when he said: “Sing, oh Muse, the wrath of Achilles, son
    • Adalbert Stifter's grandmother said to the boy: “Child, what is
    • in ancient souls, said something about which a modern scientist could
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    • said: Give me matter, and out of it I shall create a world. Well, you
    • ancient times this triad has been revered. Once, years ago, a man said
    • the church door, the hunchback asked the priest: You said the idea of
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    • And (this is said parenthetically) if we do not dress abstractly, then
    • a circle. For just note what I said: Green, dead image of the living
    • to call it the “Goetheanum,” for it was Goethe who said:
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    • life, soul, spirit. I said I would draw this complete circle of the
    • modern emphasis on prose content. Nothing derogatory shall be said against
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    • something even less stable; rules of education were laid down based
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    • laid down, real hair and goodness knows what all! But with this the
    • devils. And they said: The Pale-faces, as the Indians called the
    • This is only said because it is not known today how harmful it is
    • might think they were said out of vanity; indeed they are not said
    • said over and over again.
    • laid down for the guidance of teachers, but it is of far greater
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    • said, between the ninth and tenth year the human being comes to the
    • Whereupon the others said: “But we want to stay and do sums
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    • a good dog, a rather bad snappy dog. And the violet said to the dog:
    • wickedness said: “Oh, that is a great giant violet like you and
    • was said to be coming to crush her. And every moment she was
    • thought again of what the dog had said, that that was a great big
    • there?” asked the violet, and the lamb said, “That is a
    • be afraid again and thought she would only hear from the lamb what
    • afraid of him, and you will be able to explain why the dog gave that
    • is afraid because she sees the great big violet above her in the sky.
    • you can make it clear to him that we are often afraid of things
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    • five. He got on quite well up to I I I I. Then I said: “Now let
    • in those days it was said that the unit was the largest, every two is
    • centuries very little emphasis was laid upon putting together a whole
    • mother who had a large piece of bread. She said to her little boy,
    • way.” Then Henry said: “What does that mean, divide it in
    • a Christian way?” “Well,” said his mother,
    • keep the smaller one for yourself.” Whereupon Henry said,
    • conceptions must come to your aid here. We will do it like this, that
    • and said: “Please be sure you translate the word
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    • thinking of the child's fantasy, and therefore, as I have often said,
    • too much attention has been paid to the intellect in children between
    • influence of what you yourself have said. Even when the children are
    • said nowadays. People say that lessons must be given in a living way
    • It is said that if you are so many miles away, after a certain length
    • a child what should be given him at this age. All I have said to you
    • Otherwise, as I have said, we do not let the children stay down but
    • of course many things that could still be said if we could continue
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    • there is very little indeed to be said. For in these things it is
    • other teachers: but as I have said, the principle of the whole thing
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    • now continue our inquiry on the lines already laid down, and
    • this truth as a significant educational rule of medicine. They said:
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    • asked or suggested, before or after a certain basis has been laid
    • termed the Nihilist School. This Nihilism laid all stress on
    • him and said that the accident would certainly prove fatal that same
    • minerals, inasmuch as the latter are deprived of life. As I have said,
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    • Regarding what was said in yesterday's lecture,
    • understanding what I have just said. Similarly until we realise that
    • we should have laid a very sound foundation for the remedial treatment
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    • treated. The day before yesterday we heard it said of certain
    • time have laid down, although an intelligent study of their works can
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    • and whatever rule is laid down, their exact opposites may also be true
    • from what was obtained from copper, for example. They laid most stress
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    • Now, if you bring together all that was said yesterday as to human
    • What I have said does not mean any “pushing” of certain remedies. But
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    • to your aid and it will help you to know that all connected with the
    • what we have just said, for instance, that the sense of smell is
    • continuation of digestion. Now refer to what we said before, that the
    • been laid down, and they will be the basis for answering the many
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    • that has been said in our previous lectures, you will easily
    • the unhealthy. Herewith we have laid special stress on the relation of
    • must bear a resemblance to the three metals aforesaid: iron, tin
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    • which I have been concerned for decades, a term often heard: he said
    • that even homeopathic practitioners are somewhat afraid of becoming
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    • us from the extra-telluric sphere. That must be said nowadays. For the
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    • but let us for the moment use an accepted term. As I have said, these
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    • perception of the etheric body. Call meditation to your aid, and it
    • it to your aid; not this time by means of immersion in any bath, but
    • from inside; calls to it to come to the aid of the ego, and has a
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    • organism. And these ancients, these physicians of old, have also said:
    • assume that no heed is paid to the fact that until the teeth are cut a
    • on the lines laid down by psycho-analysts. And that is again linked up
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    • this in mind, following what has already been said regarding the
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    • comprehensible that stress is laid on these differences, and specific
    • childhood most attention should be paid to the salt-process, in middle
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    • If you analyse the aforesaid facts, you will find a striking concrete
    • antimony is laid hold of by the earth. In all the antimony in and on
    • be said that the awakening from sleep in man has something of the
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    • misinterpretation. I said that because the process of dental formation
    • Such external aid is necessary and justifiable if the teeth have
    • human organism. It may be said that whenever the intestinal
    • diversion to secondary issues. If bacteriology were treated as an aid
    • as I said to myself, it was indeed hard, for the reasons already
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    • concerning whom perhaps the less said the better! — let us look
    • manifests in thinking, feeling and willing is, however, as we said,
    • little can it be said that a person has acquired through heredity the
    • the aforesaid period, he is all the time building his third body,
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    • said in such a lecture, for we are in fact in these days continually
    • journalist, as I said, is not a man of much ability and can do no
    • were laid bare in all their ugly roots. Schiller is popular, it
    • you think of what was said yesterday, you will see that, just as we
    • on; the processes — which are, as I said, Nature processes —
    • all that I have said, you will be able to see that in such a child
    • us suppose then that you have this person who is said to be suffering
    • as they ought to be handled. And it was for this reason that I said
    • let us resolve to take what has been said as a necessary
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    • ether body because they are afraid of it. But the very thing that is
    • true cause of epileptic fits. Everything else that can be said about
    • real value can be said about fits if we do not know that at the
    • open square on a hot summer afternoon! You are afraid his knees will
    • naturally into other phenomena. You remember what I said yesterday,
    • will always be a great deal to be said against the charlatan
    • and said: “I know what it is, you have found the tendency to
    • said, entirely justified in seeking to acquire everything for itself
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    • ways. I have frequently said, when people have raised the question of
    • said to suffer. He cannot have hysteria — if it is assumed that
    • said to be suffering from hysteria. He has difficulty in making
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    • life (which may be said to carry into the physical life on earth the
    • we shall be able afterwards to add what further needs to be said,
    • have I said a few more words than he says again: “A lovely
    • We said that the boy
    • often said that Psycho-Analysis is dilettantism “squared”,
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    • as I said, be great difficulty in achieving any enlargement of the
    • how I said that in him the inbreathing process outweighs the
    • now finally I want to ask your special attention again to what I said
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    • inactive. Let me remind you of what I said about the physical
    • the mother is said to have lived unwisely during pregnancy; it seems
    • she even drank a good deal. Development is said to have taken its
    • January 1923, there has, as I said, been an important change in the
    • before you, as I said, a kind of demonic being. An absolutely real
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    • special attention to what I said last — that the mother felt
    • later. Development is said to have been entirely normal during the
    • revealed! The same cannot be said of the ego organisation. The ego is
    • have to do with him will tell you that it is as I have said. You
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    • which it can be said that our conception of it must needs include
    • was in a very bad way. Frau Dr. Wegman herself said nothing about it;
    • aid and encourage it. Such are the forces of lead. In lead we have a
    • as I have said, astonishingly clever. One could learn a great deal
    • many kinds were attributed to him — which he was said to have
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    • fifteen described of whom Steiner had said she must have had a bad
    • invaluable aid it can be to the educator of backward children if he
    • puberty is, as we have said, a process that belongs to the whole
    • and 4; the child must, you said, have had at that time a violent
    • late stage of childhood. As has been said, I stated at the time that
    • that I have described to you and upon which you will remember I laid
    • upon mankind; and what I am now going to say is not said out of
    • aid. It must receive help to make up for what has been lost; and this
    • during pregnancy. The convulsions, he said, were a secondary effect.
    • overlaid and hidden, suddenly revealed itself in a truly beautiful
    • the head.” (Here Dr. Steiner laid his hand, with a gesture
    • rhythms of the Moon, Dr. Steiner said that the influence of the Moon
    • Dr. Steiner said at Lauenstein: “She has a kink in her astral
    • children”, he said, “are completely sulphurous. In them,
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    • anything more than this to be said.
    • the point where I said we need to find the cosmic impulse that can
    • the second too. (Dr. Vreede said: “It is curious that in both
    • said amounted to this: The Lauenstein members believe that they have
    • would, I believe, find yourselves well repaid if, now that I have
    • laid for you this esoteric foundation, you were to get hold of this
    • At Lauenstein, Dr. Steiner said that the pathological symptoms which
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    • things are said, not in order that you may possess them as
    • was first begun, the condition was laid down that it should not be
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    • Anthroposophy is indeed not as is so often said of it,
    • spiritual it implies renunciation of Science. It is said that
    • in such a way that, as I have said, we can change it every
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    • foothold for the soul and Spirit. I said in the last lecture
    • me —(I have just said that the study took me thirty
    • said that I had attempted to distinguish between
    • said to be organised principally
    • question — as when I said that man has senses
    • Spiritual Science to the aid of our diagnosis, we find that the
    • I have already said that in the metabolic
    • connected whole, it will be seen how nothing that is said from
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    • is the astral body. (As I said before, we need not take
    • what was said in the last lecture when the results of
    • anthroposophical research were explained. I said that it is
    • system. I also said that the metabolic-limb system is the polar
    • complicated. It cannot be said that in sleep the astral body
    • disturbance of this connection it may be said that an increase
    • remedy is given for this illness, to which, as I have said,
    • whole process. As I have said, migraine is an ailment somewhat
    • have a very serviceable science of healing, and as I have said
    • Consider once more what I have said in these lectures about the
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    • indeed not as is so often said of it, some kind of craze, or a
    • spiritual it implies renunciation of Science. It is said that
    • delivered to us in such a way that, as I have said, we can
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    • soul-and-spirit. I said in the last lecture that the state of
    • have just said that the study took me thirty years) — to
    • basis of man's nature, said that I had attempted to distinguish
    • said to be organised principally in the head, but they are also
    • — as when I said that man has senses everywhere —
    • to the aid of our diagnosis, we find that the kidney is acting
    • said that in the metabolic-and-limb system, processes take
    • how nothing that is said from this standpoint can in any way
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    • is the astral body. (As I said before, we need not take
    • said in the last lecture when the results of anthroposophical
    • research were explained. I said that it is possible to divide
    • rhythmical processes); (3) metabolic-limb system. I also said
    • constitution of man is very complicated. It cannot be said that
    • disturbance of this connection it may be said that an increase
    • given for this illness, to which, as I have said, medicine
    • we are able to survey the whole process. As I have said,
    • serviceable science of healing, and as I have said again and
    • more what I have said in these lectures about the system of
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    • said. Let us suppose that by means of this kind of spiritual diagnosis
    • Spiritual knowledge now comes to one's aid. One can now try either to
    • Thus it can be seen how concretely what I have said may be verified
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    • said. Let us suppose that by means of this kind of spiritual diagnosis
    • Spiritual knowledge now comes to one's aid. One can now try either to
    • Thus it can be seen how concretely what I have said may be verified
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    • as need hardly be said, goes out in the first place from the experience
    • what it said) — that this Utopia had the power to set
    • in the character of our spiritual life, and said, that I looked
    • said, that the great anxiety, the great problem of
    • then one said to oneself: Men are rapidly drifting into a total
    • that was produced must be paid as dues to the landlord; and
    • the answer to the question: What are wages paid out of? —
    • Wages are paid out of Capital! And there will inevitably be
    • Capital, so long as Wages have to be paid out of Capital.
    • are afraid of the on-rush of the social movement. They would
    • After all that has been said by the other speakers in the
    • X..., himself said. X merely wanted to point out the
    • substance as I said is a Utopia. Its Utopian
    • surrender. But they said: We surrender to the Fourteen Points,
    • to what I have said already; which is: That the age, which we
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    • already said in a previous lecture, a spiritual economy
    • era, who said: “Why do I believe in the truths of
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    • it may be said that we are living in an epoch today when a
    • oppose the Sun Being. This then is what can be said about the
    • said about him.
    • woven into him germinated and, as we said earlier, became
    • laid our hands into His wounds" was a statement of proof that
    • deeper sense up to the time of St. Augustine, who said:
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    • although the spirits of nature have clearly aided their
    • North. For what has been said before holds true everywhere:
    • let us now conjure up this spirit to aid all the human beings
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    • him it was rightly said that none of his successors were even
    • had said? Those who look up to the cross of Golgotha with a
    • the true sense said: “No, it is not!” Even though
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    • all has been said and done, all that is not the real fruit of
    • beings no longer said that the external world was nothing but
    • He said these words to himself: “Long ago, in ancient
    • said: “Better to be a beggar in the upper world than a
    • what one of them might have said: “This world is
    • this epoch the soul had said: “I will turn back because
    • the boundary between East and West. The people who paid
    • progressive soul to come closer to the divine. Buddha said,
    • the soul would find God by going back; Zarathustra said it
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    • times Zarathustra said this: “So great and mighty is He
    • understood without the aid of occultism.
    • hiked to Moscow and subsequently laid the foundations for
    • transformed him from Saul to Paul. Paul said of himself that
    • he was born prematurely, and the same is also said of the
    • of the recipient. It is said of St. Thomas Aquinas that
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    • whose evolution we cannot comprehend with the aid of nothing but
    • sort, and will contradict what I have said. But that is only their
    • you all know what I have said about Imaginations in my book
    • pictures of it. Imaginations on the other hand, can be laid hold of by
    • But he went further. He said to himself: When that which lives in
    • consciousness of this ancient humanity. And what I have said of that
    • ancient humanity could also be said of other peoples. There we catch
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    • particular period follows the pattern laid down by such a quality. The
    • considerable extent quite illusory as an aid to a real understanding
    • today. I said yesterday that one might call it a state of being
    • if they had actually descended into the Earth and been laid in a
    • capable of speaking as they did; they clothed all they said in
    • possess some inner quality of soul, and said to him: “There is no
    • to be said against it. Perhaps some simple soul might have thought of
    • orthodox in his views and said nothing to which ordinary science might
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    • to live on towards the goal laid down for us by the Divine Powers of
    • we to assume that the natural laws laid down in the laboratory were
    • extend into our consciousness, which will be overlaid entirely by our
    • calculation is quite correct and there is nothing to be said against
    • said he thought he had understood a little, though most of it was
    • of what he had said was intelligible. But one of them now had the
    • our own free knowledge to live towards the goal laid down for us by
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    • these Druid priests. It may be said that they were everything to their
    • The Druid priests said to themselves: “Looking out into this
    • healed. And at length they said: We have many means of healing, but
    • disarmed. And the Druid said: That which out there in the world of the
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    • world, and this is more easily and better said by word of mouth than
    • study Anthroposophy should associate together. As I have already said,
    • on earth. I have already said that the spiritual beings of the
    • to which I am referring the dead soul said: “Up to now the soul
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    • spiritual life. These are curious things, but they must be said, for
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    • These initiates said something like the following: “In the
    • metamorphosis. Then the oldest of the initiates said to their pupils:
    • at the same time they said, “Some Earth event must enter in,
    • “The event that brings this about,” so they said to
    • occurrence which we now call Christmas. They said to themselves:
    • the cosmic distances. Indeed they said the following to themselves:
    • heights there comes to the aid of the descending human soul the force
    • Michael force would enter, would come to the aid of earthly human
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    • danger for the human being. A man said to himself: “When anyone
    • sort of revelation, said to them the following: “Certainly,
    • extraterrestrial. Just as the ancient initiates had said of the
    • Christmas Mystery, so they said also of the St. John's Mystery (we use
    • ancient Mysteries also) — the initiates said that it was
    • sub-earthly. And the Michael Mystery, as we have said, will first
    • understood, as I have already said, because remnants of the ancient
    • He was laid in the grave and thereafter He arose — this is the
    • Jesus, the Resurrection of Christ Jesus. He was laid in the grave. He
    • thought: He has been laid in the grave; He is risen. Now let us
    • He is risen and can confidently be laid in the grave. Easter
    • thought: He has been laid in the grave; He is risen. Michaelmas
    • thought: He is risen and can confidently be laid in the grave.
    • resurrection, this inner awakening; then will he confidently be laid
    • in the grave. Then he may be laid in the grave, through which he
    • can confidently be laid in the grave” — this festival must
    • confidently be laid in the grave,” we must place at the time when
    • directed to the Christ laid in the grave and risen. In this
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    • within the course of time in such a way that they said to themselves:
    • that to the Easter thought “He has been laid in the grave and is
    • is arisen and may be laid in the grave without perishing” —
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    • other, in the human form. There was an interest, as we have said, in
    • They said to themselves: “The people have a dreamlike
    • Mystery teachers said to themselves: “The human consciousness
    • But what I have just said applies only in general. With his own
    • modern man. They would have said, for example: “Much of it has
    • said: “One can learn these things also today without having any
    • paradox in what these ancient people would have said. They would have
    • said: “It is learned from the songbirds.” — For
    • would the pupils of the ancient Mystery schools have said it. For when
    • of this festival remained in a later age, when a poet said, for
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    • Michaelmas season, people said to themselves: “By everything that
    • And he said to himself — again I have to describe it in more
    • modern words — man said to himself: “During the height of
    • become mottoes, the teachers said to them — just as at midsummer
    • they had said: “Receive the Light,” and in autumn “Look
    • around you” — now in midwinter it was said: “Beware of
    • its turn. Thus, just as at midsummer they said: “Receive the
    • Christmas, they said: “Beware of the Evil,” so for the time
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • I have said repeatedly that the cultivation of Spiritual Science today
    • paid to it; indeed we shall all have to learn to pay more heed than
    • We shall hear children saying: “I have seen a being who said this or
    • which no attention need be paid, it becomes a conscious process, of
    • of the experience of being strangled. It can truly be said that when
    • In the light of Spiritual Science it can be said that whenever we feel
    • process, the following may be said. — In its normal state, the
    • evolution proceeds. If it can be said that in the man of ancient
    • Greece, the ether-body was too large, it can be said that in the man
    • more and more general, and the phenomenon which, as I have said, will
    • child because it was said that this would bring misfortune to his
    • I have said already that when etheric forces are impoverished, the
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    • direction. I said that for the ancient Finnish folk these three limbs
    • is being waged in man between Lucifer and Ahriman. We said that in the
    • this resolve. “A conflict is going on,” they said, “between
    • can only feel — that is the thing that matters. I said once on a former
    • earth and spied there a little underground imp who said to us: “I will
    • If you recall all that I have said in this lecture, you will be able
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    • We have said that with our earthly consciousness we cannot descend
    • same must be said of the feelings, the realm where the two are in
    • castle, he said, dwelt a princess, who had declared she would marry
    • driver and said: ‘Drive in the direction of the sunrise.’
    • Then came a shepherd who said: ‘I am the Count of Ravensburg.’
    • will be laid on the demand for rights and people will inquire more and
    • We said that right and duty play into life like two polar opposites.
    • an impulse laid upon him by the Beings of the higher Hierarchies. And
    • beautifully when he said that man has the best relation to duty when
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    • sure in language strange she said
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    • recitation and declamation. It may be said that recitation and
    • harmony, etc., is laid aside, yet the element of differentiation
    • there is laid into the innermost nature of the words that inhaled
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    • the Maid eternal,
    • what has been given a definite form. The lyrical, as I said,
    • Tu t’es vengé sans aide, et tu
    • The handsome youth Hyacinth loves the maiden Rosepetal. It
    • the maiden Rosepetal. And then there appears a man with a long
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    • the whole mood living in Goethe. It can be said, of course, that
    • have said, the Greeks brought to perfection.
    • maidensj
    • maiden amidst her
    • and seeing the fair-faced maiden
    • Seizing the Ball, at the maiden
    • Flung it, but missing the maiden it
    • Lo, how piercing a cry as of maidens ringeth
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    • human “I” to be laid hold of again by the spiritual
    • with aid what we attempt,
    • Our attempts with aid supply.
    • I said – and the point has actually been
    • whose beames though said
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    • man. This is not said merely as a metaphor, but as a deeper
    • art, it may be said that it is an intrusion when we want to speak
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    • cosmos has inlaid in him, as art.
    • But he said nought to me.
    • foundation of true art – it must be said that this knowledge
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    • Johann Gottlieb Fichte once said of the German language –
    • The raid that the ravager made on
    • said
    • On every sword he had laid a spell,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • Jesuitical current arose in Europe, much has been said and written in
    • the cognitional element in our soul-life. Now, whatever may be said
    • been said concerning the Spirit, the Son, and the Father-Principle,
    • has been said today will help us to think clearly about what is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • old, excuses must be made for him. So it is said that although we may
    • light, its external revelation, or, as is said in Christian
    • experience what has just been said, then from out of what is common
    • littleness, and the necessary struggle laid upon us to attain our
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    • what has been said lately in various lectures you will have felt that
    • concentration and other exercises will occur. As we have often said,
    • said, the time was not ripe for it. Now, however, these things will
    • be said that in a certain respect Theosophists of all shades of
    • is to be found there. And if you remember all that has been said in
    • individuality he is said to have appeared to men, as Christ Jesus
    • this is no less ingenious than what is said against the historical
    • entanglement in matter was laid upon him. Through this event man has
    • something was laid upon him that he could not lay upon himself by his
    • said Pascal, are possible: pride and arrogance, or despair. Then the
    • Faith and see what the critics have said about it. Today men are so
    • Faith. Faith is a duty laid upon me, but I cannot do otherwise than
    • were said to the soul: You can do nothing else. If you do not wish to
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    • said, ‘Human nature has indeed changed; it has acquired another
    • Matthew Gospel. The best that has been said about the origin of the
    • what Jerome meant when he said that they would serve not for
    • as already indicated, many things are stated here which can be said
    • value through our learning to read the Gospels with the aid of the
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    • after the Event of Palestine. We can easily confirm what is said
    • adherents of Buddhism. I have often described this. I have said that
    • thy carriage: then reflect, O great King,’ said the sage
    • another fruit a seed was taken and laid in the earth and has decayed;
    • was taken and laid in the earth, where it decayed?’ A man,
    • almond-fruit which, as seed, was laid in the earth. Anyone who
    • Buddhist said to the King: ‘Consider the carriage, wheels,
    • Christian sage would have said: ‘O wise King Milinda, thou hast
    • thy God.’ He would not have understood if someone had said to
    • active within him. The Greek said: ‘I value my Ego so greatly
    • The Buddhist said: ‘That which is the cause of the external
    • Hebrew said: ‘I am united with God; that is my fate, and as
    • shades’, but a Hebrew could not have said it without something
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    • taking our start from what was said yesterday, we shall be able to
    • the Epistles of John. Throughout his life he had not always said,
    • merely uttering it he has said a very great deal.
    • meaning, if the Resurrection is not true! That is what is said by
    • Jesus loved, and said to them, ‘They have taken the Lord out of
    • the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him.’ Peter
    • Jesus had lain, one at the head and one at the feet. They said to
    • her, ‘Woman, why are you weeping?’ She said to them,
    • they have laid him.’ Saying this, she turned and saw Jesus
    • Jesus said to her,
    • him to be the gardener, she said to him, ‘Sir, if you have
    • carried him away, tell me where you have laid him and I will take him
    • away.’ Jesus said to her, ‘Mary.’ She turned and
    • said to him in Hebrew,
    • (which means Teacher). Jesus said to her,
    • said that the one disciple runs faster than the other, or that the
    • napkin which had covered the head was laid aside in another place,
    • asked what they actually believed, they would have said: ‘We
    • out of the grave in which the body of Christ Jesus had been laid.
    • He who, on the third day after His body had been laid in the earth,
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    • must clear away certain hindrances. From all that has been said
    • been said already in these few lectures, you will have been able to
    • else we must take quite seriously what has been said about the three
    • of people will find fault with what has been said here about Buddhist
    • studies we know that although the seed-kernel of the Ego was laid
    • people who speak thus, what must now be said will seem very strange.
    • the gate of death. We have said that the body which falls to pieces
    • refute what has been said in this lecture — apparently to
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    • be said that in this respect the Nathan Jesus-child was untalented.
    • Only in the Lemurian time was the first germ-condition laid down in
    • into the Nathan Jesus-child. I have already said that the human
    • We said yesterday
    • material elements that fill out the physical body and are laid aside
    • differently. He would have said that he had seen someone who had been
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    • when something like that is said, but after all there is not much
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    • soul, works right into his physical body. Everything said in those
    • re-embodiment of this Bodhisattva; something, however, can be said
    • lecture-cycle — which has been specially laid upon my heart,
    • because so much has to be said in it concerning the
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • existence in an effort to satisfy, as it is said, their eagerness and
    • earthly existence. The foundation of the physical body was laid on Old
    • Once again let us look back. We have said that suffering and pain, nay
    • — To understand what is here being said you must discard all earthly,
    • spirit with radiance and light; we have said that the appearance of
    • Christ Himself to those around Him, when He said: “Ye shall be illumined
    • it was said that men suffer to-day under the fear of heredity. The fear of
    • very much of what is said in my book Theosophy about the spiritual
    • further? No indeed! We acknowledge what is said by eastern occultism,
    • knows that it is a truth! We do not refute what is said about the
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • figure of Mephistopheles. In other lectures I have said that the
    • earlier to the stage where he said: This delights and attracts me,
    • From what has been said you can gather that through Christ's Coming,
    • Ahriman. To understand what will now be said, we must realize that
    • that can be said is this: In the total karma of an individual,
    • You may remember something of what was said at the end of the lecture
    • the earth, an event with roots as deeply laid as those described
    • It has been said already that this very subject is one of the most
    • this point something may be said about these hindrances.
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    • moreover, of proclaiming one himself. I said that the gaze of the seer
    • said that before this vision is possible, the Chela (disciple) must
    • parity and clarity of which it is said in Europe, and rightly said,
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    • often hear it said, even by theologians, that whatever cannot be
    • or the mystical Gospel of St. John. There is nothing to be said
    • heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me, which said,
    • said: everything that constitutes our world is apprehended in the
    • the power of will. And so the Christian said, “The Father brought
    • this to himself, he said, “Just as when a man speaks, his words
    • indicated what I have said in words of great profundity. All the
    • their countenances in veneration and laid themselves at the feet of
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    • sympathetic understanding. A great deal will have to be said here that
    • said in connection with the Apocalypse is not to be misunderstood.
    • What I have said about the relation of Christianity to Jesus [the]
    • As I have already said, the significance of this utterance lies in the
    • It is said in the Apocalypse that seven seals are opened. What does
    • heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said,
    • I said that what once took place, in the deep secrecy of the Mysteries
    • said. And having done this and after a lapse of time again take up the
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    • book on the educational principles laid down by Hegel, and the
    • transcends the limits of nationality. What I myself said about
    • education seems to have arisen. Its roots, therefore, may be said to
    • said that a man could develop in the fullest sense of the term when educated
    • proceed from what Miss McMillan said so impressively yesterday in words that
    • strictly dispassionate and objective; art is said to have nothing in
    • nebula are said to be the origin of all the kingdoms of Nature, even
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    • intellectual, with all the honour and respect which it paid to the
    • attention paid to the bodily nature in Greek civilization is simply
    • with one of the most famous Gymnasts. The barbarian prince said:
    • the barbarian prince said to the Greek. Nevertheless, the
    • Then — as they said in those times — he opens up his
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    • own inherited sheaths, which are laid aside at the seventh year, for
    • more or less the attitude of the Greek to the child. He said to himself:
    • ‘child’ must be preserved, so said the Greeks. The forces
    • foundations laid by Nature. We, as educationalists, must be able to
    • life with satisfaction. The Greek teacher was a preserver. He said:
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    • instance. He said: When a man thinks, one idea is followed by a
    • be a passive reflection of the outer world and a mere handmaiden of
    • said, it follows that much depends upon how we again bring the spirit
    • teeth. I have already said that the force which produces the first
    • teeth to his aid when through sounds like d or t, he brings the
    • associated. What we need is a kind of thinking that is not afraid to
    • can be said that if we would reach the human being from the
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    • said that everything of the nature of will in the child, even
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    • spoke words of great truth v/hen he said that in the first three
    • is laid down or open when it is lifted up! We often give our children
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • of course, be said that he is conditioned only by this, for naturally
    • As I said in
    • and in view of what I said there, I do not think you will accuse me of
    • that what I said yesterday in this connection seemed to suggest that this
    • I said was that the humanitarian feelings of to-day would like
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    • artistic element of painting and drawing. I have already said that if
    • bones! You would certainly be afraid the bones might choke him and
    • Yet it is constantly being said that the ideas we give to children
    • foundations have already been laid. The child will learn to
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    • arithmetic what is said in this pamphlet about concrete conceptions
    • attention is paid nowadays to the principle of starting from the
    • attention is paid to the conception of time in itself. But suppose I
    • said many times that education should work upon the being of man as a whole
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    • have said as to the way. in which we should teach the child about Nature,
    • hand-spinning and weaving, for these things are an aid to an
    • have said about the character of the different languages, you will realize
    • between the ninth and tenth years is laid down.
    • I have already said that the teacher must come to a point where all his
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    • life-periods. Very special attention, however, must be paid to the
    • as I said yesterday in another connection, there has been a reaction
    • ordinary way the child is sent to school. I have already said that
    • foundation for the full development of memory is laid when the whole
    • soul and come to the aid of memory in the physical body. In
    • say, we need not be afraid of working upon the memory afterwards. It
    • underlying the teaching there. After a little while he said:
    • necessary in such a school. I said that even though this would arise
    • drawn, how the bricks are to be laid, how massive the girders must be
    • ourselves with the aid of the helping class.
    • activity. Great attention of course must be paid to bodily training
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    • may be regarded as obvious. It will be said that of course the
    • happens very little heed is paid to how much genuine,
    • have said does not arise out of any such inclination or desire;
    • said in rather different words. But it is not so. As a matter
    • free from the physical body.” So they said when this
    • mind he can actually achieve what has just been said. He
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    • said yesterday that man should be observed as a being
    • said: “O, it is not a question of paying heed to the
    • new birth. Now one day this man came to me and said: “I
    • often are, he came to me in jubilant mood and said, “Now
    • need to be afraid of things which must be stated at times if
    • feared. People were afraid that in his drama he might betray
    • afraid that things would be brought into the open which it was
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    • much less attention is paid to it, to see how a child learns to
    • stress the consonants will bring his whole arm to his aid when
    • young children. A father came to me once and said, “What
    • been stealing.” I said, “Let us first find out
    • said “Presumably that is the cupboard out of which the
    • proved to be the case. So I said further, “But that is
    • same could be said of cuneiform writing. These were times when
    • could shut their eyes when one laid them down, dolls with
    • child are so damaging when given as toys. As I said, today
    • Anyone who has paid as many visits to studios as I have and
    • feeling — and this feeling he embodied without the aid of
    • already said in regard to the natural religious devotion of the
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    • of teeth, it is laid aside, and the second physical body is
    • already said that it is most repugnant to me if I see
    • which a farmer said: Today everybody knows that our vegetables
    • knew it all perfectly. I have already said that today there are
    • about eurythmy. On that occasion I said that as a means of
    • famous physiologist came up to me and said: Do you say that
    • old. The concept has not grown with the child; he paid careful
    • continue. The second, the Hegelian professor, was 91 and said:
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    • perceptiveness, so that actually nothing whatever is said if
    • said: “Well and good, but then all teachers would have to
    • where shall we be if it is said that for some reason or
    • view, then the foundation is laid for understanding a soul
    • said: The boy is abnormal. Naturally when such things are said
    • understood me when I stated what I was prepared to do. I said:
    • walks and so on. If this is done, I said to myself, if the boy
    • family doctor people said with one accord: That fellow is
    • himself to say a word. The poet then said: “Come now,
    • said: “You must stay in after school and do some
    • following day she felt bound to allude to it and said:
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    • something more to what I said yesterday about the teachers'
    • Earlier he said out of his instinctive feelings: If my teacher
    • either. In so far as its content is concerned we have not said
    • enter into what is said in socialist circles, but will confine
    • of plants. Thereupon he said: But today we are already able to
    • saying. I do beg you not to take amiss what I have just said;
    • naturally my authority. Because he has said it I accept it with
    • let us add something else. I said that between the change of
    • foundation has been laid and we are able to form judgments. For
    • achieve this however we must make use of what I said yesterday.
    • said, how people begin to look out of their astral bodies, how
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    • what I have just said and realising its truth, can one reach
    • education great value is laid on being able to enter into and
    • only said that he must rush to catch the post, for the post
    • said, “Oh, I have just sent off my play.”
    • Previously he had always said that this play was not yet
    • finished, and he said the same again now; “It is true
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    • is laid on what lies in the consciousness of the teacher; there
    • we have entered an age when emphasis is laid on the mechanical
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    • can be said with truth that what our schools are able to
    • one taught. The Oriental would have said: I cannot think of an
    • comprehensive sense. So the gymnast said: Man will learn to
    • education, what tremendous value is laid on everything in life
    • which the Greeks laid such value; there they knew that only the
    • desired to be announced once more. To this Rothschild said: I
    • 1914 in Vienna when I said: Everything is heading towards a
    • laid too strongly on the necessity for the teacher to have a
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    • time. And the following may in truth be said: At the turning
    • such people visited the Waldorf School and said — But
    • said: We have already established the Waldorf School; and now,
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    • afraid of a thing our fear is founded on some secret sympathy.
    • you want to convey to someone that you yourself are afraid, or
    • the form of the head; he said “caput,” and thereby
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • give rise to. For this reason we must not be afraid of
    • Eurhythmists, the children came up and said: “Did you
    • district. I expressly said: “I am saying something to you
    • onwards, and which — as I have already said
    • the poem is so recited that the emphasis is laid on the thought
    • that is in the music which underlies poetry. I said that the
    • artistically gifted friends said that certain cycles of my
    • recitation lesson stress must be laid solely on the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • principle: he said: “I have educated this young man well,
    • principle again in pedagogical books. I have even found it said
    • Then you need not be in the least afraid of setting up fairly
    • hearing it said: “Well, then, let us do away with grammar
    • was profoundly significant. And this is seen when it is laid
    • What I have just said is meant to permeate you as educators and
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    • your imagination to your aid and say to yourselves:
    • drawing to writing. I said that you have no need to study the
    • he did: how he must have stood, what he must have said if the
    • to say: “When you stood like that and said ‘Ah!’ it was
    • your aid ideas which evoke real experiences of past history.
    • different lines from those laid down here. They more or less
    • administration, but it laid down even the spelling by law. It
    • That is what I meant when I said: “The transition must be
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • afraid to take up his stand detached from his usual life and to
    • “As the old Latin said: rem tene, verba
    • “as the old Latin said. ...” And, of course, he has
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    • said to have any. When people talk of apes as being four-handed
    • what is said to him about the difference between man and the
    • times there have been many improvements, but it cannot be said
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    • of man to his surroundings, that attention must be paid to man
    • antagonistic towards what I have just said. And if people do
    • object lesson on the lines laid down in books on method you
    • Nursemaids often make this mistake; they talk with the child in
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    • have not enlarged on it pedantically, if you have said to the
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    • in your soul to understand what I have just said: Transport
    • — poems, etc., should be remembered. I have said that it
    • in a foreign language greater regard must be paid to making
    • succeeded less by reflection on what has been said or by a slow
    • then the colours laid one on top of the other.
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    • geography. And even if I said that the teaching of mineralogy
    • But when a foundation has been laid for an understanding of the
    • from the foundations already laid. When — as I said
    • have it laid down beforehand: geography must be taught from
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    • simply train their memory and that is the best that can be said
    • have said the theorem of Pythagoras to me. The square on the
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    • thickly overlaid with discerning power. These are, as it were,
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    • “And then something easier said than done, but which is
    • I have not said anything in this last fortnight which
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    • now been said. For you can only become good teachers and educators if
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    • remain in the spiritual world (and here we come back to what was said
    • said that he cannot walk because he has injured the nerves which, as
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    • said that man consists of matter and soul, or of body and spirit,
    • clearly in view what I have just said. For then you will say to
    • this destructive element. Therefore I have said again and again: man
    • have repeatedly said that man, and the soul of man, is the stage upon
    • preserved from death. What I have just said of the blood, namely that
    • substances and forces — this you can now connect with what I said
    • This is laid down as a universal quality of bodies. But one ought only
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    • new educational impulse, that special attention must be paid, in
    • Manes: people said that after death there remains over, the
    • If you think of what was said yesterday you will remember that
    • summarise what has been said, so that we may be clear on this point:
    • not only said the same Lord's Prayer every day, they also had a book
    • become inwardly strong to whom it is said in childhood:
    • said already, on the development of the will? Because, in the first
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    • said with regard to the third soul power, that is, the activity of
    • activity, to thought and cognition. As we have already said, in
    • said will lead you to this conviction, for I told you that willing,
    • said: “When a man forms a judgment, and says, for example,
    • said, “Judgment and feeling (which latter consists of emotions)
    • Sigwart should have joined forces and said: True, the objective
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    • then said, “stupid child in his whole disposition; belongs to the
    • really speak of that which the world has laid into their feeling life
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    • everybody said how he was feeling the burden of age, how he could no
    • reduced. To this Michelet always said: “I can't understand
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    • find the most glaring contradiction to what I said before. But reality
    • He might say: yesterday you said that the activities of all the senses
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    • uttering conclusions nor could he understand what another person said
    • spirited manner. He said that even as far back as the 1890's, if you
    • very significant. He said: when in the '90s you were invited out to
    • beautiful is not met by the regulations laid down for “object
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    • We never arrive at the truth — as I have often said to you on
    • said that man is, firstly a gigantic sphere which embraces the whole
    • You will know from what I have said to you that the limbs are more
    • I said that what I had to speak to you about to-day was indeed a
    • In another connection I said how it must always fill us with wonder
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    • First let us consider the head formation of man. Yesterday we said
    • producing organs can be said to be a continuation of the limbs,
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    • head right down into the physical form; and the head continues its aid
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    • even in arithmetic and geometry. That is why I said yesterday (In
    • themselves with truth instead of falsehood. They were afraid to move
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    • these lectures will be given: what will be said here concerning
    • suppose that the question is put just as I have said it. The question
    • every-thing in a logical way; but if the young man or maiden must
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    • manifestations of life in a tiny child. Here, as I said yesterday, in
    • said, not ‘In the beginning was the Spirit,’ — that
    • instinctively said to themselves: we cannot attain to the spirit by
    • Knowledge, it is said, proceeds in abstract, logical concepts. Yes,
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    • To-day I have to add to what I said yesterday concerning old ways to
    • instructor. But, as I said yesterday in the case of Yoga, let me
    • thinker, would never have said that more is learned in the first three
    • said “The image of the butterfly emerging from the chrysalis is
    • as I have already said, all true teaching, all true pedagogy must be
    • I may add to what I have already said that a great part of the work I
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    • spiritual region: as though this art of education laid too much stress
    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • And now, if we follow up what I said to you to-day in the introduction
    • Albert, has said a very significant thing about the influence of
    • experiments can still be made. They are very good. Nothing is said
    • paid too little attention to the rhythmic system. When we find a child
    • how best morals can be laid down in, the rhythmic system — in the
    • To-day, as we said before, there are many parents, even in this
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    • Anything further that is said here on primary school education must be
    • Usually, when pedagogic principles are laid down it is expected that
    • strong energetic will, especially when attention is paid — at
    • elementary school period. I have already said in the introduction to
    • was to educate this one along with them. I said: I will try — in
    • just said. Is a plant a whole thing? No, when we have pulled it up and
    • afraid of seeming paradoxical, for in this age truth often seems
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    • mobile. Or if we show him what I said of the animal kingdom, and how
    • It is often said: Well, a melancholic child broods inwardly, he is
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    • matter of course, — but it cannot be organised, as I said before
    • school shall be run: Sections: 1, 2, 3, etc. As I said, I am fully
    • Well, as I said, here on the other hand were the children. These were
    • schools as a kind of ideal. It is true they always said: one cannot
    • during the intermediate time, I said, I wanted absolute freedom to
    • paid in the Waldorf School to this transition into physical and
    • these things belong properly to junior classes, but as I said, we have
    • Waldorf School, as I have said, boys and girls work side by side in
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    • is, as it were, a flowing into the maiden of supernal worlds. The
    • moved, but she said to me with prodigious inner determination:
    • course one should call them young ladies and gentlemen, as I said
    • Now the children said a great deal that was rather remote from the
    • it deeply. Then I said a good many things to them, don't you know, of
    • Now I have said that a truly healthy education, a healthy instruction,
    • being. Therefore when it is said that there is also a sect of some
    • close. And let me add that although I said that I regretted that these
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    • it as it affects the whole individual, as I have said
    • Now I want to bring it to your attention that what we have said about
    • already said. In speech as well the consonant is so formed that a
    • which counters the “S”-direction when laid against it and
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    • extends into another. The following may serve as an aid.
    • us go on to the sound U, for example. We said yesterday that this is
    • what I said yesterday about the treatment of thin people, and thus of
    • I said that in the case of weaklings particularly the E-movement with
    • It must be said that the over-development of the intellect expresses
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    • matters, said that for him it wasn't enough to say that one shouldn't
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    • act very strongly upon the etheric and it can be said that a beneficial
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    • What I have just said about the physiology of eurythmy is specialized
    • are made alternately. For what we have just done is that which I said
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    • although they encompass all that I have said about such rays previously
    • permeation of the organism, as I said yesterday. Yesterday's lecture
    • As I said earlier,
    • it may nevertheless be necessary to render aid when something appears
    • being said there
    • said what was necessary, I want to add nothing more than the wish that
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    • said above proves that one can leave the unbelievably complicated medicine
    • in curative eurythmy. As I said at that time in Domach, if one has the
    • to consciousness, in order that, as I have already said, this concentration
    • What I have just said is particularly true when the astral organism
    • diarrhoea on every occasion when one is a bit afraid. The U-forms will
    • he says nothing at all about. He criticizes what is said, simply because
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    • said about the art of Eurythmy.
    • be said that the art of poetry is an art of speech which in the case
    • What I have said about the vowel sounds of speech can be applied
    • As I have already said, our soul-life does not in any way flow into
    • a true artist, which cannot be said of most of those people whose
    • Schiller, when writing his most famous poems, paid little heed to the
    • none at all; but it cannot be said that such a standpoint shows any
    • All that I have said up to this point has reference to Eurythmy purely
    • unusual attention is paid to the cultivation of initiative, of will
    • movement inherent within them. The same may be said of the human being
    • I am afraid, however, that my audience would hardly benefit by such a
    • be present! The great thing is that all I have said to-day in this
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    • fruits, as I said, we don't have to cook much — unless we have a weak
    • state. And the assistant was shaking in his boots as he said timidly:
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    • man has the protein all laid out in its parts as you had the watch all
    • laid out on the table. So now you will say, Sure! when I took that
    • have said: Yes, the fruit gets worse and worse! And it is true. But
    • and heart. It reaches the head, but only, as I said, the lower head,
    • have said this often.) Materialistic science knows nothing about
    • with tremendous liveliness. He said, “Yes, that colleague of mine,
    • carrots. Herr Burle said, “The human body craves instinctively what it
    • did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What are you doing with
    • say. He said, “I weigh the meat they bring me, to eat the right amount
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    • tone. On this basis, Paracelsus said, “The realms of nature are
    • position among the arts to music, and he said that in music man
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    • forms of art. Hence, Goethe said that music is entirely form and
    • have said, “I experience music,” as “I feel myself
    • to say, an other-than-human manner. It then laid the foundation for
    • his breath. He said to himself — though he did not say it, he
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    • they said, it is possible that Ambrose and Augustine still felt this.
    • someone said quite rightly that man senses an emptiness in the
    • you focus on what is said here, you will grasp better the forms that
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    • have had to do it in the following way. He would have said, “I
    • with fundamental changes in human souls. I said that this super-sensible
    • again what Goethe meant when he said, “Beauty is a
    • artistic forces of creativity just as Homer did, who said, “Sing,
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    • said: “One can understand many things that happen in the world
    • said the man — “is incomprehensible; it just doesn't make
    • considerations, as I said, occupied an important place in
    • have just said, yet the very contrary proves to be the case. This
    • observation. Here, in the physical world, it is said: people like
    • else, to frustrate other deeds, or, better said, to prevent the
    • The other day, I said, jokingly, in Dornach: “Mephistopheles
    • he would have said: ‘The little fellows never notice the Devil,
    • afraid of laying a number of eggs that come to nothing? Ask yourselves
    • how many of the eggs that are actually laid, turn into fish? How many
    • today. As I said, it is not easy to speak of these things, but in duty
    • In connection with what has been said, I want to add the following.
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    • undergone very great changes indeed, it cannot be said that equal
    • truth of what I have just said does not occur to them.
    • matters; they are afraid of it all. They will not summon up courage to
    • think about impulses that are said to come from the spiritual world.
    • That, after all, is why people simply did not listen when it was said
    • moreover, men are instinctively prejudiced because they are afraid of
    • it have been said, having regard to the inner necessities of
    • That is why I said: It is not necessary to be particularly biased in
    • connection with the spiritual world. Those who are afraid of concrete
    • Think of what I said before. The thought of the absent Dead dwells in
    • some way in the soul although little attention is paid to it; the
    • What I have now said refers to one thought — namely, the
    • said that certain individuals are deprived of life here and sent into
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    • with this grade of clairvoyance, such men said: ‘For this
    • revealed by the vision of Intuition. But if close attention is paid
    • St. Luke. In a short but remarkable preface it is said, in effect,
    • The same can be said
    • below. As I said, it is an unlikely occurrence because this is one of
    • can be said of the astral body.
    • those who do not notice everything said about an individual by men
    • — nothing is said about a flight into Egypt — and a short
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    • full power of St. John's Gospel can be realized, it may be said of
    • the childlike nature as in what is said of the childhood of Jesus of
    • with what has been said on some previous occasion. Our procedure must
    • the various courses of lectures. What was said still holds good, as
    • human being on Earth, the seed was laid that would enable men in the
    • through his own efforts. It can be said to-day that such insight is
    • essential point. Therefore shortly before his death Buddha said to
    • 2:28 Then took he him up in his arms, and blessed God, and said, \
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    • what was said in the last lecture, this will be obvious to us, for as we
    • St. Luke. It may truly be said that Buddhism radiates from this
    • his own enlightenment, but he said to himself: ‘I must speak to men
    • He might have said that
    • of the great Buddha as the expression of what he experienced. He said
    • said to himself: Looking back into ancient times, it is revealed
    • these Beings. There was a time — so said Buddha — when men
    • incarnation. This, in effect, is what the great Buddha said. But to
    • and he said: ‘It is this thought-substance that forms in man what is
    • said: ‘Something that was in Linga Sharira and has been brought over
    • desire were absent — so said Buddha — man would look out into
    • — so said Buddha — ‘is that something of which man
    • Path, of which Buddha said to his disciples that if followed it would
    • feel the significance of this either dimly or clearly said to
    • the Bodhisattva who became Buddha, we said — and this is the
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    • presented are connected with what has already been said on other
    • epoch there was actually a time when it may be said — with
    • clairvoyance could behold that Being of whom the Holy Rishis said that
    • Luciferic influence; but it was also said: ‘The possibility of
    • what has been said. In the fifth–sixth century before our era there
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    • said: ‘The eye was created by the light for the light.’ This
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost:1:42 And she spake out with a loud voice, and saidLuke I, 39–44).
    • from Bethlehem, the child is said to have been full of wisdom —
    • heaven which said, Thou art my beloved Son, this day have I begotten
    • not said simply that he was a ‘son’ of Joseph, but:
    • (3:22 And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him, and a voice came from heaven, which saidLuke III, 21–23)
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    • Let us first recall what has already been said about the Bodhisattva
    • been said of a Being such as a Bodhisattva while incarnated on Earth that
    • outside. Thus it might with truth be said that the Buddha, in his
    • Having grasped this we shall be able to understand what is said at
    • Emphasis has been laid on the fact that Zarathustra directed his gaze
    • introduction of the Hebrew teaching, all that could be said of an evil
    • be said about a personality such as his?
    • 3:9 And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees: every tree therefore which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. \
    • 3:12 Then came also publicans to be baptized, and said unto him, Master, what shall we do? \
    • It has already been said that whatever may be the nature and rank of
    • and brothers came and the people said to Him: ‘Thy mother and thy
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    • it was said that this Being was beyond the sphere of the seven Rishis.
    • meaning of the passage where it is said that when, as a result of the
    • said: ‘Look upwards to Ahura Mazdao; see how He reveals Himself in
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    • be drawn to what has often been said in the course of our studies,
    • attention must be paid to yet another of their characteristics.
    • body of an ancient Indian with that of a modern man, it can be said
    • 8:8 And other fell on good ground, and sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold. And when he had said these things, he cried, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. \
    • can be understood only in the light of what has been said. It
    • speaking, therefore, it may be said that the soul-and-spirit can work
    • It has been said that
    • 5:20 And when he saw their faith, he said unto him, Man, thy sins are forgiven thee. \
    • 5:22 But when Jesus perceived their thoughts, he answering said unto them, What reason ye in your hearts? \
    • 5:24 But that ye may know that the Son of man hath power upon earth to forgive sins, (he said unto the sick of the palsy,) I say unto thee, Arise, and take up thy couch, and go into thine house. \
    • When it is said that Christ Jesus healed those who were paralysed, this
    • being said to-day would seem to him pure lunacy, even if he
    • enclosed in his skin. It has often been said that our finger is wiser
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    • individuals can understand what is being said here.’ This statement
    • In memorable words Christ Jesus said to those around Him that whether or
    • the present age what Christ Jesus said of the Scribes and Pharisees?
    • 16:2 And he called him, and said unto him, How is it that I hear this of thee? give an account of thy stewardship; for thou mayest be no longer steward. \
    • 16:3 Then the steward said within himself, What shall I do? for my lord taketh away from me the stewardship: I cannot dig; to beg I am ashamed. \
    • 16:5 So he called every one of his lord\'s debtors unto him, and said unto the first, How much owest thou unto my lord? \
    • 16:6 And he said, An hundred measures of oil. And he said unto him, Take thy bill, and sit down quickly, and write fifty. \
    • 16:7 Then said he to another, And how much owest thou? And he said, An hundred measures of wheat. And he said unto him, Take thy bill, and write fourscore. \
    • liking for me. I have paid no attention to their interests. I must do
    • that one cannot serve ‘two masters’. Christ said to those
    • Here is one of the instances where what is said in occultism must be
    • at one time Christ is said to have brought love to the Earth, and at
    • same? On one occasion I said that Buddha brought the teaching of
    • form and then it is said that in order to be fair to everybody I have
    • hearts of the simplest men. Christ said, in effect: It is not enough
    • said. The presence of Christ on the Earth for three years — from
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    • yesterday it was said that in about three thousand years from now,
    • 7:13 And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not. \
    • 7:14 And he came and touched the bier: and they that bare him stood still. And he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. \
    • forces laid in his soul at that earlier time came to fruition. In an
    • 7:20 When the men were come unto him, they said, John Baptist hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another? \
    • 7:22 Then Jesus answering said unto them, Go your way, and tell John what things ye have seen and heard; how that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, to the poor the gospel is preached. \
    • 7:31 And the Lord said, Whereunto then shall I liken the men of this generation? and to what are they like? \
    • Himself regard this Individuality? He said that before His own coming
    • said necessarily implies that in all the proclamations made to
    • of Initiation. Christ said, in effect: ‘In the old sense there is no
    • symbolic visit paid to him by the Queen of Sheba, the Queen from the
    • 9:33 And it came to pass, as they departed from him, Peter said unto Jesus, Master, it is good for us to be here: and let us make three tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elias: not knowing what he said. \
    • that were active before the Luciferic beings had laid hold of human
    • thought of their heart, took a child and set it by them and said unto
    • 9:48 And said unto them, Whosoever shall receive this child in my name receiveth me: and whosoever shall receive me receiveth him that sent me: for he that is least among you all, the same shall be great. \
    • of the human being to the Earth. Emphasis is there laid upon the great
    • those whom they regarded as ‘sinners’. But He said to them:
    • again to the doctrine of the power of Faith. Emphasis was to be laid
    • spiritual. Therefore to him it is said: ‘To-day’ — since
    • (Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having saidLuke XXIII, 46.)
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    • As I said, such homeless souls can be found everywhere. But
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    • clear from a historical perspective. Yesterday I said that when we
    • He said we should no
    • who said in all
    • the God within himself to speak, said: Being, negation of being,
    • Robert Zimmermann, however, said: We must not allow the God in
    • said to me afterwards that what I had said did not accord at all with
    • took on a more real quality. But what he said was no longer really
    • those who were particularly shocked by this who paid a great deal of
    • is why I said that her personality is psychologically even more
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    • — to dismiss everything that can be said about Blavatsky by
    • As I said, those who reacted with shock imagined that someone must
    • and said, in brief,
    • world as a whole, as the monon. So I said that Thomas Aquinas had
    • appalling, they said; we make every attempt to deal Catholicism a
    • Last year I said that what anthroposophy had to say from the
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    • are not the same as people in earlier ages. You must have said to
    • to be said that the Anthroposophical Society as it has developed had
    • most basic way with very small groups, and there is much to be said
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    • present when the Mystery of Golgotha took place. With the aid of
    • only by what was being said about it. These things have to be seen in
    • It has to be said that a destructive element existed in the
    • Annie Besant frequently said things without fully understanding
    • organized in advance, which was not laid out in advance; a longing
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    • While they were both at the headquarters in India, Judge said he
    • Judge was a very small fellow, Hartmann told us, and so he said to
    • The thread had already been laid out in
    • on the right. A covering letter from Bhagavan Das said that he wanted
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    • I said that in the first phase — approximately up to 1907,
    • content of the movement. The foundations were laid for a truly modern
    • went so far as to publish what they said about us. But they failed to
    • said for some time that one should never believe there is not always
    • point which marks the end of the third phase who are not afraid to
    • said: Stay away! That was perfectly obvious. By electing as their
    • As I said, today I would rather dwell on the positive side of the
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    • they said we also have a religious life, a religion which tells us
    • Nietzsche said, I will write
    • I have said all this in order to make the following point. If we
    • the tenth, eleventh or twelfth centuries have said? Or someone like
    • Such attitudes, above and beyond what can be laid down in sharply
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    • laid down by tradition. If you had gone to an old physician and had
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    • they began to see the world clearly and said: “I have been
    • condition where it was said of him: he is taking his earthly
    • it is said, is fantasy, mere coinage of the brain; the only
    • who rose ever higher in the Mysteries it was said that in their
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    • cannot, however, say, as we said of the plants, that the Earth below
    • effect this is so; it is simply overlaid by the ordinary heart
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    • have said it might readily be inferred that I was recommending the
    • covered by what I have just said about the nature of copper. There is
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • reference. It could hardly be said that a student of today has the
    • who had warmed to the discussion would have said: If we still shared
    • knowledge have changed with the passage of time. As I said in the
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    • after their death. I said that it was a condition of greater reality.
    • drew attention yesterday when I said that the inner vitalization of
    • permeated by a “third man.” I said that through his
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    • or the lung, for example. With the aid of the next higher level of
    • cerebral damage with metals alone, but only with the aid of spiritual
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    • we try to perceive the astral body with the aid of these forces, we
    • ‘entering into the spiritual world’ implies. I said
    • I said that
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    • mankind has laid the foundations of something that would be
    • lost to it if other beings had not come to its aid. Now the beings of
    • your study of physics. It is said that he discovered it in a flash of
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    • I said
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    • to the bottom of the question. One day Professor Fechner said to his
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    • Newton laid the foundations of a theory of gravitation, i.e. of a
    • latter, for he not only laid the foundation of a world-outlook which
    • have real experience of the spiritual world. For I have often said
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    • laid down by tradition. If you had gone to an old physician and had
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    • they began to see the world clearly and said: “I have been
    • condition where it was said of him: he is taking his earthly
    • it is said, is fantasy, mere coinage of the brain; the only
    • who rose ever higher in the Mysteries it was said that in their
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    • cannot, however, say, as we said of the plants, that the Earth below
    • effect this is so; it is simply overlaid by the ordinary heart
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    • have said it might readily be inferred that I was recommending the
    • covered by what I have just said about the nature of copper. There is
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • reference. It could hardly be said that a student of today has the
    • who had warmed to the discussion would have said: If we still shared
    • knowledge have changed with the passage of time. As I said in the
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    • after their death. I said that it was a condition of greater reality.
    • drew attention yesterday when I said that the inner vitalization of
    • permeated by a “third man.” I said that through his
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    • or the lung, for example. With the aid of the next higher level of
    • cerebral damage with metals alone, but only with the aid of spiritual
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    • aid of Initiation-knowledge, we wish to know what realm man inhabits
    • we try to perceive the astral body with the aid of these forces, we
    • ‘entering into the spiritual world’ implies. I said
    • I said that
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    • mankind has laid the foundations of something that would be
    • lost to it if other beings had not come to its aid. Now the beings of
    • your study of physics. It is said that he discovered it in a flash of
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    • instructed men through Inspiration and laid the foundations of the
    • I said
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    • attention, however, is paid to the Moon influences. They often
    • to the bottom of the question. One day Professor Fechner said to his
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    • Newton laid the foundations of a theory of gravitation, i.e. of a
    • latter, for he not only laid the foundation of a world-outlook which
    • have real experience of the spiritual world. For I have often said
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    • and these last words are not said in inverted commas.
    • in the past has the capacity, as I said in Munich, to imbue
    • instance, and said “This particular phrase comes from
    • spirits. I once said, symbolically, that it is important for
    • be recognised if we take into account what has just been said.
    • I said that
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    • contemplated without the aid of time. Basically everything in
    • aid.
    • it can be said: Occupying the physical body and extending, as
    • paid by external science or from an outward view of the
    • astral body we need the help of another being; unaided we can
    • seven members. Just as the human being can be said to have
    • forgotten. For there was a time when men said: A man once
    • said: All earthly music can only be a copy of the heavenly
    • experience, then . . . . Just in contrast: I have just said
    • with many matters. Many things that are said now are open to
    • first steps will lead to, long after we have laid aside our
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    • You can glean from all that has so far been said about
    • what I have said with regard to our modern technical environment;
    • implications of what has been said about the technical
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    • He laid him down on Christmas
    • He laid him down on Christmas
    • ‘I laid me down on Christmas
    • said to God, ‘I beseech thee, shew me thy
    • said, ‘I will make all my goodness pass before thee,
    • Lord said, ‘Thou canst not see my face: for there shall
    • said, ‘Behold, there is a place by me, and thou shalt
    • said to God, ‘I beseech thee, shew me thy
    • said, ‘I will make all my goodness pass before thee,
    • Lord said, ‘Thou canst not see my face; for there shall
    • said, ‘Behold, there is a place by me, and thou shalt
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    • to know the inner nature of colour and, as I said before, we
    • that a judgment could no longer be given, the judge said,
    • could be said about the course of events looked at from the
    • would be paid so much that he could more or less balance the
    • laid down in these strange signs. A person who cannot read
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    • laid on the fact that everyone feels that science is dry and
    • what is being said, so that we can make use of them like they
    • we said yesterday, creating musical forms from out of the
    • whole all that I have said in these lectures about the
    • Now it could be said that the softer, or if you prefer it,
    • instance he said — but I want to alter things a little
    • bit, so that you will not guess who it is — he said,
    • ‘old’ man said.
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    • movement. This, you will understand, is said only to show you
    • said here.
    • consideration. If, for instance, I have ever said that the
    • way people have misconstrued what I said.
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    • As I said, I
    • what has not yet been lost — and this is said in
    • course. Now I said that it was chiefly the first half of the
    • this, for as I said, I always make an exception of the
    • and sometimes the thing is said without actually saying
    • depends on this. This can be said without presumption, for
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    • I have often said here: What do people today imagine?
    • cosmic body, you would not have said when you saw all sorts of drops
    • time you would have said, “Earth is being fructified.”
    • But there is something more. I said that with conception
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    • said that the earth was originally not what it is today, but was a
    • Now this makes an apparent contradiction: I said to you
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    • have realized from all we've said that our earth in its present form
    • but also of civilization. If you think back to what I said just now —
    • Now I have said that the human being has actually been
    • evolve as a physical being earlier. We have said that in the air
    • I said in Paris in 1906 that this follows from the
    • prussic acid, as I had said in Paris in 1906. So it was confirmed.
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    • said about our present earth being a kind of world-corpse. And man
    • father said: “You silly! Perhaps you did, but I didn't!”
    • very high foreheads in their watery heads. Then, as I said, when the
    • detail and, as I have said, next time we will add a little history.
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    • dig there, and in all probability find nothing. For, as I have said,
    • the population of the earth cannot be said to have grown.
    • existed ten thousand, eight thousand years ago. The Chinese said:
    • regions to cold regions. They said: On earth diversity prevails, but
    • Everything was then so arranged that the people said:
    • notice of perspective. This is what they would have said: Aisenpreis
    • finally one day the Japanese said proudly: Now we can manage by
    • an old culture. Their culture may be said to have arisen from the sea
    • feel his liver and draw what he felt, he would have said: Liver? —
    • later. The Indians said: When we draw a single object, it is not the
    • attention outwards. The Indians taught otherwise. They said: You must
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    • dried up by the sun). The fruits, as I said, we don't have to cook
    • was shaking in his boots as he said timidly: “Sir –
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    • now the man has the protein all laid out in its parts as you had the
    • watch all laid out on the table. So now you will say, Sure! when I
    • which the farmers have said: Yes, the fruit gets worse and worse! And
    • care of lung and heart. It reaches the head, but only, as I said, the
    • material facts. (I have said this often.) Materialistic science knows
    • his life, and was still teaching with tremendous liveliness. He said,
    • question about carrots. Herr Burle said, “The human body craves
    • him. And what did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What
    • wanted to hear what he would say. He said, “I weigh the meat
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    • to people's aid in the simplest nutritional matters. Natural science
    • reverence for their dead and said to themselves: So long as a man is
    • appears to anyone with insight as if it were said: You're to make a
    • It might indeed be said that those who care nothing today for the
    • baby quite properly, and it was to be engaged, the paper said, —
    • somewhere in America, of course — as a nursemaid.
    • apes today as nursemaids. And if apes become nursemaids, gentlemen,
    • When we consider those primitive peoples who may be said
    • artificially produced, to bad spirits, they would have said: An evil
    • occurred to them than that they were being aided by the spirit.
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    • But what has been said applies not only to smell; it
    • universe. It might well be said, man is a poor creature: he has a
    • brain. The man was afraid that this would go further, that more and
    • afraid that everything would be transformed into brain and that the
    • to which attention must be paid.
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    • Now a great deal is said about “canals”
    • of canals as we know them on the earth. But it can be said that on Mars
    • experiments, but anyone who doesn't believe what I've said should do
    • different from that of the earth. As I said, Mars is not densely
    • Question: In one of your last lectures you said
    • said. It was also in answer to a question that had been asked. I said
    • organ of smell. I said that this is connected with the planets, that
    • said that the plants really do come into being out of the scent of
    • colors of plants and flowers. As I said, the plant takes shape out of
    • therefore, undeniably come from the sun and, as I have said, also
    • However, as I have said, people are very short-sighted;
    • agriculture not much attention is paid to the matter. The consequence
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    • The planet Mars, as I said, is not very strongly
    • the stars can be said to have an influence; most of them are far
    • said. Suppose you have a disc with, let's say, four colors on it —
    • “wiseacre” might have said to a grandchild or
    • clever man. He said: That is sheer stupidity and superstition; there
    • Professor Fechner said to his wife: That man Schleiden insists that
    • said: Oh no! I will put my pail out when it is full moon and Frau
    • Our great-grandparents knew these things and said to
    • facts. It could just as well have said: “If the cock crows on
    • see from what I have said that to know by what laws the weather is
    • with what has been said? I have answered the question at some length.
    • as I said, I don't know whether it is absolutely correct in the case
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    • gas. I said that there is no question of lightning arising from some
    • hear it said everywhere, don't you, that the earth is a globe, has
    • could happen. He decided that for this to happen the stars must aid
    • said Falb, if one knows about mining conditions, one ought to be able
    • said: Yes, this very day the stars are in a position from which one
    • patriarchal beard and said: “It must be something important if
    • got! Falb had just said, “Firedamp could happen today”
    • said, “one gets proofs laid on the table!” Those were his
    • fashion and take no notice. But the animals, as I have said in
    • The scientists of the time paid no special attention to him. And
    • Then people said that his mind was wandering and put him in an
    • much heat does not become cold. He said to himself that it does not
    • simply repeated what other people had said. An Englishman made a
    • delightful remark: he said, “Free thought does not mean that
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    • the peasants because they said they were not going to put up with
    • said that two went empty from Berlin to Potsdam
    • ask people simply to believe things that are said. Matters of faith
    • It must also be said that in all provinces science
    • earth would have suffered badly in the year 1872. As I said, papers
    • on record how many people at that time paid large fees to their
    • conviction. Moreover, what they said was correct, absolutely correct.
    • important thing that he said.
    • One of his calculations was the following. He said: When
    • sixties and seventies of the last century, people said: The worker
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    • (Yes, yes!) Of course, a great deal could still be said, but there
    • it can be said that we really see only the body.
    • intelligence. So it can be said that everything is dependent upon the
    • As I said before, with his first breath the human being breathes his
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    • faculty to its smallest limit: it was impossible, he said, for men to
    • a man who had been initiated into their knowledge said
    • means for gaining knowledge of the spiritual world have become an aid to
    • customary in other sciences, or due regard would not be paid to the needs of
    • position to present what our solitary thinker said to himself: Man in his
    • And when Kant, in the evening of an older period, said that we can recognise
    • deepest feeling: What Goethe divined and said in his youth is true, and so
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    • investigator in the sense of Spiritual Science has no such instrumental aids.
    • whirling about. Let us rather remind ourselves of what has been said on this
    • etheric body in common with everything that lives. As I said, only the
    • stages; how enchanting when it can be said that man himself has evolved from
    • steel that burns and the concept of it, which does not. Once, when I had said
    • were taken as catchwords and it were said that human beings must become
    • there. Or can it be said that we stand in a self-conscious relation to anyone
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    • paid; and so, strictly speaking, it is with all men.
    • truth. We need only ask — who carried on Goethe's work when he laid it
    • With the aid of
    • for truth. Goethe also said: “A false doctrine cannot be refuted, for
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    • be deceived by information said to come from the spiritual world if he has
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    • imprinting and retentions is considerably aided if we sleep on it; in that
    • thought that nothing better could be said about this portrayal of Laocoon,
    • said that here we are shown how the priest, Laocoon, whose every limb
    • into Goethe's feelings when he held Schiller's skull in his hand and said: In
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    • from the physical and the etheric bodies. A simple consideration, as I said,
    • said earlier, swings between work and idleness. But there are all sorts of
    • he could be afraid of anything, he would be afraid of people who accept
    • He is never afraid of those who make use of unclouded intelligence, for that
    • there was a familiar phrase: The Master has said. But this never
    • meant: The Master has said, therefore we believe it! For his students it
    • meant something like this: The Master has said; therefore it demands that we
    • aid, and should be seen only in relation to the fact that anyone wishing to
    • develops spiritually with the aid of vegetarianism will be stronger, more
    • the whole atmosphere goes out of tune when these vibrations are said to be
    • a moment at the opening of the Old Testament: “And God said, Let there
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    • emphatically laid down over and over again and in the most diverse ways that
    • a time”, I said — of course this Society has never existed. But
    • only in order to bring out clearly the law of egoism that we said: What comes
    • said — enjoys the feeling of living in the wide expanse of a great and
    • harm is therefore done when in certain theosophical circles today it is said:
    • ground of reality from under his feet. It has been well said that the Muse
    • have said in effect at the time: What you are looking for in Wilhelm Meister,
    • said to have taken place in Palestine at the beginning of our era. She enters
    • the “Nutbrown Maiden”, the “Tale of the New
    • separate items are often very loosely connected. Hence it can well be said
    • It has been said
    • It has been said
    • who called themselves realists while knowing little about reality, he said:
    • ever and again. And of those who reject all ideals, Fichte said that in the
    • we are not afraid to descend into the depths of pain and evil, all the
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    • we could gain from its general principles, for these — as I said
    • he said to himself: “What is life worth if old age, sickness and death
    • effective strength. Life is suffering, and therefore, said the Buddha, we
    • said in general terms can be substantiated down to the smallest details. For
    • within themselves the kingdom of heaven.” It is not said only
    • aid of natural forces, but their vision of the divine-spiritual foundations
    • As we have said,
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    • popular books you will find this or that said about the moon from the
    • are people of whom it can justly be said that they would like to solve the
    • the weather, etc., he said that for these people the moon was like a cat in
    • for he said that if the waning and waxing were not the cause, the odd and
    • of the heavenly bodies on one another. He said to himself: When I look at the
    • their wives. He said: “We both need rainwater for washing, and it could
    • Goethe once said to Eckermann that he regarded the ebb and flow of the tides
    • similar vein when he said that the earth could be regarded in certain
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    • But it cannot be said that these disciplines have been particularly
    • air. But it is not the first time I have said that it is a misjudgement to
    • the spiritual element in the air. Goethe said very aptly with reference to
    • the aid of the tool of
    • It can then be said: these beings preceding the ego worked on the human
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    • and it was said that what interests us in the animal is comprised in the
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    • equilibrium. We said also that inner truth, as we may call it, arises in the
    • great thinker of the 17th and 18th century, said to himself: When we look at
    • however earnestly one may try to understand and enter into what is said. The
    • just been said about it.
    • it said in these lectures that there is a path of ascent to the higher
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    • laid hold of wide circles of people, we shall not find it surprising that
    • And it must be said that prayer can hardly be more utterly misunderstood than
    • perceptions, we can number prayer among the forces that will aid the
    • truly develop itself under the influence of this power, it must also be said
    • of meditation and concentration. This could be said of many other
    • have even heard it said by someone who liked to flatter his audience: You
    • thinker said: “Who would search everywhere out-of-doors for a tool he
    • devotion, meditation and concentration at various levels. With the aid of
    • and with its aid we shall find God everywhere.
    • be said of many other intellectual occupations.
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    • What might be said
    • We have often said
    • desires, passions, joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain. Thus it can be said
    • the ego enter an unconscious, or perhaps better said, subconscious state.
    • which said: “Well, the human being has to be in harmony, therefore the
    • it said: “You need not fear any more because the danger is past; there
    • same about sickness and healing as a great poet in an important epoch said
    • said: “Let the human being strive whilst he still errs!” Error
    • beyond itself and leads to human truth. And similarly it can be said:
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    • aid in ordering the facts and events of a life, that we can rightly approach
    • studying the human soul on the lines laid down in previous lectures. We
    • world-mysteries have laid down in his soul. In the next lecture we saw that
    • said in a few words. He puts it crudely, but there is more than a grain of
    • what they are saying. How is it possible — we often hear it said
    • positive response. If someone is told that with the aid of popular modern
    • afraid of what may come of it, and this induces in us a negative state of
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    • something completely different to what was actually said. One meets cases
    • where someone says: “Some person or other said this or that about
    • me” and no trace can be found that the other person actually said that.
    • amount of tax which he had paid. He could not remember. He thought; and,
    • discover by a simple subtraction that he had paid 75 marks tax.
    • nature, it has to be said in contrast that the law according to which the
    • it is said: “Prove what you say about repeated earth lives and so
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    • which appeared in the cultural life of Lessing's time, he said:
    • conscience was spoken of, it was always said to be a power in the human soul
    • could not be surpassed. And if Fichte was the philosopher who laid the
    • be paid for. So now, when a man believes he is hearing an “inner
    • with the aid of the light that comes from raising the soul to higher levels
    • spiritual character. When he thought of something, he could not have said to
    • be said about correcting the distortion caused in the world-order.
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    • through art, one thing at least can be said with certainty. They act upon the
    • could have said: “I cannot find in the physical world the causes which
    • have said: “I can see my gods battling in the spiritual world, which
    • strength of human personality as its only aid; and he brings before us in
    • man towards the spiritual world with the aid of imagination, art has prepared
    • separate ideas. There is, he said,
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    • somewhat different way than until now. What has been said
    • similar one cannot see. What he said to his mother were not
    • life, Jesus of Nazareth said, which is in the thirties, where
    • It was as if he had said to them: You are like lost lambs, but
    • He no longer has anything to do with us.” Jesus said:
    • met a man who was in deep despair. But, as I said, Jesus was so
    • man who was in such despair, that Jesus of Nazareth said
    • honor I became prouder and I often said to myself: What a
    • before me and said: I made you great, I raised you high, and
    • After the despairing man had said this, the
    • said again: “Where has your soul led you? I knew you many
    • said: “I don't know how I got this disease, it just came
    • before me in that form. And death said to me: 'I am you. I live
    • off you. Fear not!´ And it continued: 'Why are you afraid?
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    • specific about what has already been said.
    • What I just said sounds grotesque, but it
    • Perhaps what I have said will serve to show
    • concepts and descriptions. Remember what I said in an attempt
    • to point out what is important. I said: this was the life of
    • And if we consider all of what I have said,
    • Gospel writers. It could also be said that now the Christ-being
    • stood before Jesus of Nazareth's soul, who now said:
    • describes. They said to him: “Show all your fearlessness,
    • temptation ensued. He said to Christ Jesus something similar to
    • I said, only loosely bound to the body of Jesus of Nazareth. So
    • As I said, I cannot yet tell if it was an eclipse of the sun,
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    • dig there to find in all probability nothing, for as I said those
    • population of the earth cannot be said to have grown.
    • Chinese said: above in the north the climate is different, the soil
    • and so on. Thus these people said: on earth diversity prevails, but
    • arranged that the people said: the Son of the Sun is our most
    • What I have said here is connected with the whole manner of Chinese
    • would have said: A. is certainly not a giant any more than M. is a
    • Schwarz invented gunpowder, and this was said as if there had never
    • them for a time until one day the Japanese said with pride: Now we
    • culture, however, might be said to have arisen from the sea later
    • asked to feel the liver and to draw what he felt, he would have said:
    • The Indians said: When we draw a single object, it is not the whole
    • different. They said: You must learn to gaze at the tip of your nose.
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    • man could have been when he still resembled an animal. It is said: We
    • may be said to be only about three or four thousand years ago —
    • is for spiritual science to come to our aid in the simplest
    • people had great reverence for their dead and said to themselves: So
    • village said: Because people are egoists they have no thought of the
    • what is not so appears to anyone with insight as if it were said: You
    • those who re-assume animal forms. It might indeed be said that those
    • holding the child quite properly, and it was said to be installed
    • are hoping for: apes installed as nursemaids. And if apes are
    • primitive peoples who may be said to have been rich in spirit but
    • it would never ha/e occurred to them that in this they were not aided
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    • said, since Herr Müller has already given you a beautiful
    • at the moment when the egg is laid, then here we shall have the point
    • over, just for a moment, as I said, into the earth-development. Thus
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    • I made recently is quite correct. I said the bees have a sense which is
    • what I said, everything pointed to the fact that the old Queen leaves the
    • longer there. They must bite into the sour apple! What I said is
    • come out but only drones, and as Herr Müller said, very bad drones
    • You said further
    • and it does not contradict what I have said.
    • Now I said just
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    • He said: — milk consists of casein — i.e.
    • cheese-substance, fat, sugar and salts. He said to himself: —
    • Those gentlemen ought to have said to themselves: something else must
    • be in question here. But what did they say? They said: “substance
    • well, they do not make milk. So the gentlemen said, evidently
    • when Heine wanted to mock at something, he said: “There are people
    • “comic” and said: — “The ‘comic’
    • think they have said something wonderful, but in truth nothing at all
    • has been said. And that, you see, is what I should like to call the
    • believes what is said. But if this continues further in the history
    • laid there. Where there is silicic acid in the quartz, here in the cell is
    • beneficial. It was for this reason that I said just now that it is
    • soul-relationship exists between the bee-master and his bees. It is said
    • constructed a theory. He said: “Herr von Osten makes a
    • said, “but in that case the horse should be standing in front
    • said: “The change of face is so minute that I cannot perceive
    • for a moment that you go near a number of bees, and are very much afraid
    • what does it mean when one is afraid? When one is afraid of something or
    • bee comes near a man who is afraid, it senses more than it normally
    • and one should take note of it. Naturally, as I have previously said
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    • it is said that three hornet stings will kill a horse. A little while ago
    • what Herr Müller said about the bumblebees and hornets he sometimes
    • has said. It is quite correct. Today one cannot as yet confirm these
    • One cannot imagine that a man paid by the hour, or in any sense
    • answer any other questions connected with what has already been said.
    • sunlight which has chemical properties (and you said bees were aware of this)
    • to the end of our time. What has to be said further we will discuss next
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    • MÜLLER said that eating comb-honey was an
    • take into account what Herr Müller has just said. It is so even with
    • results will follow. It is quite true as has been said, that so far
    • said that it is a most wonderful thing that the bee should be able to
    • been quite different if the egg had not been laid there. Very good,
    • if it were laid in any other place; it can only exist and develop
    • the summer which would otherwise have been laid in the following
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    • but a gouty condition, and then, as Mr. Burle said, “a few
    • and the different kinds of eggs, Dr. Steiner has said so much, but one
    • should not help by sugar-feeding. From what had been said here, it would
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    • be all very well, but nothing very much has then been said, for when the
    • as I have already said, the more one observes such things, the more do
    • said; “Well, yes, there is a life-substance in the milk, as
    • also in honey, Vitamin.” You remember, as I said before, one
    • as say what is said here, “there is Vitamin in it.”
    • as I said before, our rose bushes are no longer clouds: they have
    • about by a kind of sense of smell. As I said before, much that is
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    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • journalist came to me and said: “Why wasn't this
    • Weimar for several days and said: “Oh, I have not been
    • already said, but one begins to listen to them. It is this
    • to them and say: “When all is said, every one of you
    • said, in fact, very much.
    • above all, to look at what I have said today from the point
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    • said yesterday, with the practice of lecturing, but only for
    • from the Orient. It might be said: There was speaking
    • But the judgment is in truth so laid into the sentence that
    • to this good speaking I have always said that it is not only
    • a question today that what is said be correct in the
    • Goethe was not born at all. I said that Goethe for a long
    • said to you today I have also said only so that what we are
    • said: “There are such good vibrations here!” And
    • What I have said to
    • you today I have also said only so that what we are meant to gain
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    • in the sea — that very, very many fisheggs are laid,
    • further lectures, be it in some other way. It can be said: no
    • discussing, he always said — singling out something of
    • that Erich Schmidt was a middle-class professor, and so he said,
    • sorts of examples here; but I already said that the middle-class
    • paid no attention to that unless he happened to belong to the
    • working-class. He paid no heed to it. But the laborer did;
    • commodity. Anything for which a price can be paid must be considered
    • a commodity. I've said that the life of the middle-class runs
    • a matter of speaking well in the sense of what I said yesterday, and
    • have said today everyone should now actually do in his own
    • lecture, as I have said at the beginning of today's remarks:
    • are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
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    • the book is widely distributed, but, as I have said from the
    • out of humane reasons, homage is paid to pity in a matter-of-fact
    • in the '90's, I never said anything else but: What occurs in Austria
    • said, “There you go again into your crazy institute today; then
    • afterwards and said, “Why yes, but Goethe's
    • then one aids the processes of digestion. This way, the adverse
    • in Berlin. This one-time friend of Max Dessoir's said afterwards,
    • cases, he said, “Rickert has accused me of turning my sails to
    • speaker, whom one has to reply to, has said. Then can one properly
    • said. Setting matters straight is what's important! In a discussion
    • it is important to take up directly what the other has said, not to
    • before my lecture. What he did add later to what he had said at the
    • start might just as well have been said at the beginning too, it
    • Certainly, this can be said
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    • what I said.
    • something like that could be said. I say specifically,
    • said,” for the reason that we should never commit
    • to several concluding sentences of which I have already said
    • actor who was acquainted with me, who never said
    • to wean himself from pedantry. As I have said, these things
    • Instead, one must try to come to the aid of one's speaking
    • said what I did say in particular in the course of these
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    • out and expanding upon what has been said; so you must
    • giving him the feeling of release, and that aids
    • What is said goes somewhat more deeply into the soul than if
    • really wants to say. This has to be said in such a way that
    • could be a good formulation if someone said: I don't believe
    • said that the speech will be able to stand on its own feet.
    • themselves. They miss something that is being said, and when
    • said: "Dear Christians! There are apostates from God who
    • study. He said something which, as an image, fell completely
    • humor which, so to say, has barbs. It is just as I have said:
    • Lex Heinze.” He always said “das Lex
    • leave to speak and said somewhat as follows: “The Lord
    • and has constantly said
    • Klewiz and said: Your Excellency, I would like to put to you
    • resignation after the ball. The King called him and said:
    • — Yes, but, Your Royal Highness, the Crown Prince said
    • What has the Crown Prince said? — He said to me: The
    • supposed to have said something very offensive to my
    • The Crown Prince said: Your Majesty, I am unable to remember.
    • serious, though. — Oh! Yes, yes, I remember. I said to
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    • Goetheanum have laid repeated emphasis on the fact that the Spiritual
    • is being said that the science of history is facing a crisis. Not so
    • with ordinary scientific research. We often hear it said by those to whom
    • industrial science meant in the evolution of humanity. He said to himself:
    • of social life. What is needed — so said Saint-Simon —
    • by and the same significance was, he said, now vested in the scholars
    • in the modern age, said Saint-Simon, is of a different character. But
    • world. The old sacerdotal culture, he said, simply remains as a system
    • and it may be said with truth that the reactionary principles of de
    • spirit, they said, is capable only of recording the results of observation
    • be accompanied by a moral attitude of soul — so it was said.
    • nowadays by Spiritual Science — it was said: The human being,
    • investigation of nature before the fifteenth century said to himself:
    • earlier time. It was said that man falls into sin when he gives himself
    • knowledge. And so we find great emphasis being laid upon the cleft between
    • and it may truly be said that the ultimate outcome of this break appears
    • His three-fold aspect. To this Spirit they paid veneration in the words
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    • transmitted, which at the same time laid claim to all science coming from
    • himself is sometimes overlaid with what comes from the Bible or the
    • and with the aid of Nominalism next came the conquest of nature.
    • of thinking, was born. The foundation of thought was laid. And now we
    • had said that reason could not rise to the super-sensible, du Bois-Reymond,
    • for example, said that scientific investigation could not penetrate
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    • clear, using an admittedly trivial comparison. I said: when
    • clairvoyance. From the few words I have said on this subject,
    • system is concentrated primarily in the head, as I said
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    • said, I will describe its development in due course — has
    • rest of what I said will also be clear: how we apply the
    • just said about the plant world can be accepted. We see it as
    • earth, or better said, which grows out of the earth.
    • our life lived here on earth. This, as I said, is a practical
    • themselves. This fact is connected with what I said earlier,
    • said: love is not a cognitive power, it does not concern
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    • can be said that a person endowed with healthy human
    • man said the following:
    • drawing actually comes out the same, he said, whether I, an
    • system. As a result of this feeling it is said that someday
    • said that the yoga-process is not for us any more, and the
    • he had reached this state of knowledge, he said to himself:
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    • truth, and not toward falsification. As I have said, when we
    • theories. Naturally, what I have just said is aimed only at
    • soul-spiritual. It can also be said that first we experience
    • to this tomorrow. But essentially what I have said holds
    • that anything that had first been said was changed, but it
    • became necessary to add to what was said by way of further
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    • objection about what I said yesterday concerning the
    • organization. It could be said: This is an illusion. The fact
    • these lectures. We said: The outer world and its phenomena
    • better said, it is something essentially unfinished. When we
    • outer world into our sensory life. I said earlier that when
    • He said to himself: Something must be at work here. This is
    • similar to what the astronomer before him said concerning
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    • should strive. Goethe said, “What is fruitful, that
    • the fact that we have not been afraid to extend something
    • after he had finished his investigations. He said that he had
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    • to them humane. Already, to be sure, it is being said in the widest
    • had said that a second Newton would never be found who could explain
    • concepts, “matter” and “consciousness.” He said
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    • is contained, or perhaps better said, as his world view is contained,
    • had previously paid little attention to the portrait, grew older and
    • really observed it for the first time, he said: “But father, how
    • senses and construct something more behind it with the aid of our concepts.
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    • philosophy have too little comprehension — and, as I have said,
    • I sought to follow — if only, as I have said, in a modest way
    • in philosophy, that to which Eduard von Hartmann paid homage in 1869
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    • of what shall be said here today, and further substantiated tomorrow,
    • paid to a remarkable illness. Psychologists and psychiatrists term this
    • of music. And he entered further and further into this realm. As I said,
    • du Bois-Reymond had said in 1872: ignorabimus. Confronted with
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    • with the physical body in a more conscious manner. I said this morning
    • can be said that human language itself is not yet sufficiently developed
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    • I have described to you. I said that those Westerners who desire to
    • as I have said, to have thought through
    • laid aside the physical body. For to experience the breathing process
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    • I said yesterday that we would study the
    • you did not understand when I said yesterday, “The ego
    • Unfortunately, not nearly enough attention is paid to this.
    • said, today I will simply pose this issue, and return to it
    • said, then, the organization of the human head is permeable
    • must also be said that if we were not able to become ill, we
    • expressing only a general feeling, and they said that with
    • being. Of course nothing should be said against such
    • delicate processes. As I said, this is merely a
    • said that in sleep, at least in man's upper organization, the
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    • to be determined by experimentation. As I said, the
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    • Yesterday I said that certain complexes of
    • entire astral body. This has to do with what I said about the
    • considered there. In the public lectures I said that the
    • what I said in the last course. You will see that what I am
    • said then. We have to ask ourselves, “What really is a
    • therefore said that the human organism does not allow itself
    • leads us back to what I have said today and have often
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    • I also said to you that everything constituting the imprint
    • said. You will find headaches and all the conditions usually
    • connection with what I have said about the interaction with
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    • I said yesterday that these studies are
    • I have just said, we cannot understand the sequence of stages
    • not a pump! I have often said this; it is rather an apparatus
    • consider then what I have said, it will no longer appear so
    • the case at all. You will now better understand what I said
    • arise regarding what I said last year about the actual causes
    • of psychological diseases. As I said then, these have to be
    • for — as I said last year — in certain forms of
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    • sense. Thus you will also see that what I have said in the
    • strong stimulation of ego activity. I have said that you can
    • something of what was said about the gentian root. Of course
    • what I have said: that a decoction of caraway seeds contains
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    • said to you, including reference to our remedies. I would
    • of the human being — or, said better, in the head
    • imprint, and an ego imprint. We said that the ego essentially
    • on a weaker radiation. You can see from this why I said in my book,
    • important to bring together what I said in the last course
    • treatment is connected with what I said. You need only recall
    • what we said about the secretion of milk: that it is also a
    • processes. It can be said emphatically that one is, of
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    • eurythmy will require the aid of the findings of physiology
    • everything which I previously said about radiations) by
    • consonantal movements. These, as I said yesterday, call forth
    • said that it might be necessary to support something like
    • relationship in perhaps an unjustified manner. I already said
    • world we can say: what is said there is definitely a lie, it
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    • And you see, you answered me warmly, just like that. And then I said
    • Waldorf children doing?” And I also said to myself,
    • them here. What I just said to the children flows from a deeply
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    • humanity in its dire straits. My dear friends — as I said, I am
    • above all else. The Waldorf teachers came here and said, “Yes,
    • old, we are seventy or eighty, as I said. We can compare our life to
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    • have said about them you will find the term I apply to this different
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    • into relation with a heavenly body — as already said, in a
    • And they paid no attention, as we had to do yesterday, to this inner
    • red furniture, that is a painted room. You can, as I've said,
    • Recall the scheme which I have given you, in which I said: black is
    • it — rightly said on the subject of this fear in painters: Up till
    • artists to put to practical proof the laws as laid down.
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    • said, peach-coloured. And that is the colour which appears here when the
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    • wakefulness we are sensible of weight. I said we are not scales, we
    • what I have just said. You have this line, which is not an ellipse,
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    • impulses and behaviour of animals that it is as I have said.
    • said, people sleep through all sorts of things just because they are
    • else as of paramount importance. They said: the human heart is a
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    • has aid that mankind would not realize the full importance of Goethe
    • need not take a very comprehensive view to prove what I have said. AS
    • the (first) Goetheanum at Dornach, which is said to be quite
    • and — be it said in the noblest sense — out of the people's soul
    • have said it with a certain sadness because one sees that the wider
    • have said it with a certain sadness because one sees that the wider
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    • One would then have said: the choir of Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones
    • Then one went further and said that only this highest hierarchy, the
    • is said about the watch. Similarly nothing whatever is said about the
    • nitrogen. But a great deal is said if one knows that from the cosmic
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    • have to call to our aid the practice of meditation, the
    • I said that
    • which the soul of Homer is laid bare. Countless examples
    • then tells the elders what the Dream had said. None of the
    • plane. To be sure, one must call in the aid of spiritual
    • accepting the deeper implications of what is said.
    • If we call to our aid all the anthroposophical endeavours now
    • often said that the earth is not merely a vale of woe to
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    • astrology applied to the soul — Egypto-Chaidean
    • confirmation of what I have just said. It is what Dante has
    • have just said can be confirmed down to the very details. It
    • I said that all
    • point we make a break and refer to what was said in my
    • with Frederick the Great? Of him it must be said, however,
    • said that he regarded Voltaire ae a far greater personality
    • semi-barbarous He who laid the foundation of modern Prussia
    • extremely desirable if today, particularly, heed were paid to
    • said that in Herman Grimm there was a longing for spiritual
    • from spiritual science. This tutor said to his students:
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    • be said that the work that is so essentially characteristic
    • laid upon their own national element.
    • of what was said yesterday: that in French culture there has
    • presented. A very great deal could be said on this subject,
    • Greek might have said and then reads a little poem by
    • realise the complete objectivity of what I said, even though
    • I said: “Out of easily formulated, easily attainable
    • Please bear in mind that I said, it would have been his
    • possibly be accused of having said that Bergson intentionally
    • kept silent about Preuss. I said no such thing and the
    • that everything the different peoples have said about each
    • other during these last weeks had not been said — in
    • I have now said when you have a right feeling for the
    • two questions today because, as I have said, it is my duty to
    • Roosevelt. I will not discuss what the ex-President has said
    • this nature can be said in the sense in which an occultist
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    • said that the cultures already referred to are the simpler
    • the present time. As I have already said, everything we have
    • been said we shall realise that it is possible for us to
    • and more essential in the modern age will then be laid into
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    • apparent to you from many things that have been said here
    • relation to the Real — or, as is often said, to Nature.
    • to reproduce his inner, organic state, then, as I have said,
    • Occult Hearing”. I said there that even in the waking
    • said that it is possible to plunge into the flowing world of
    • gentleman who said that if the one who had conceived the idea
    • through the Zodiac, When 'the Greek said “Zeus is with
    • believed. One often hears it said “I have a mind
    • and Hearing” when I said: The lobes of the brain must
    • fulfilled. I said that the Greeks did not know of America.
    • movement. And when it is said that in our Building the
    • be said that life itself must be stirred into movement.
    • listening from a corner to what has been said, he would have
    • true words. Of these true words He has said: “Heaven
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    • with acanthus plants growing around it, and he said to
    • working of forces, he said to himself: ‘I feel myself
    • be said that they are all feeding upon it, but it is true
    • so the outer decoration will seem as though it is ‘laid
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    • was such that he said to himself: ‘I can remain here
    • deal about the art of relief and has said some clever things.
    • I have said that those who really understand our building fully
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    • place I should like to remind you of what I said when we
    • the Greek Temple, I said that in a certain sense it formed a
    • I also said
    • correspond to it? Now I have said that the most intimate of
    • it would be of no more value than if it were said that Maria
    • he enters the world — as I have often said — he
    • life. What is it that comes to his aid when he stands upright
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    • so-called “selection” which has been laid down as
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    • said to be quite unnecessary for true ‘Theosophy’
    • I have already said, it will be necessary to wait until the
    • colour. I have already said that our age cannot understand
    • have already said, man has risen above it with his ego. If he
    • colour may be realised from what I have already said about
    • surface is there, overlaid with colour — that is all
    • does that mean?’ I have already said that we should not
    • it finds in the world—yet it must be said that the
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    • within Nature in such perfection, so, too, can it be said in
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    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • journalist came to me and said: “Why wasn't this
    • Weimar for several days and said: “Oh, I have not been
    • already said, but one begins to listen to them. It is this
    • to them and say: “When all is said, every one of you
    • said, in fact, very much.
    • above all, to look at what I have said today from the point
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    • said yesterday, with the practice of lecturing, but only for
    • from the Orient. It might be said: There was speaking
    • But the judgment is in truth so laid into the sentence that
    • to this good speaking I have always said that it is not only
    • a question today that what is said be correct in the
    • Goethe was not born at all. I said that Goethe for a long
    • said to you today I have also said only so that what we are
    • said: “There are such good vibrations here!” And
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    • in the sea —, that very, very many fish eggs are laid,
    • further lectures, be it in some other way. It can be said: no
    • have said today everyone should now actually do in his own
    • lecture, as I have said at the beginning of today's remarks:
    • are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
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    • have said from the beginning, the really proper thing finally
    • anything like this is said, it can be replied: Yes, but there
    • certain enthusiasm; then one aids the stomach juices. Then
    • lecture there. This one-time friend of Max Dessoir said
    • the other as he always did in similar cases, and said,
    • has to reply to, has just said. Then one should squarely
    • said! Exercise the talent for setting aright! In debate it is
    • clear that what he said would ultimately make no difference
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    • what I said.
    • something like that could be said. I say specifically,
    • said,” for the reason that we should never commit
    • to several concluding sentences of which I have already said
    • actor who was acquainted with me, who never said
    • to wean himself from pedantry. As I have said, these things
    • Instead, one must try to come to the aid of one's speaking
    • said what I did say in particular in the course of these
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    • out and expanding upon what has been said; so you must
    • giving him the feeling of release, and that aids
    • What is said goes somewhat more deeply into the soul than if
    • really wants to say. This has to be said in such a way that
    • could be a good formulation if someone said: I don't believe
    • said that the speech will be able to stand on its own feet.
    • themselves. They miss something that is being said, and when
    • said: "Dear Christians! There are apostates from God who
    • study. He said something which, as an image, fell completely
    • humor which, so to say, has barbs. It is just as I have said:
    • Lex Heinze.” He always said “das Lex
    • leave to speak and said somewhat as follows: “The Lord
    • and has constantly said
    • Klewiz and said: Your Excellency, I would like to put to you
    • resignation after the ball. The King called him and said:
    • — Yes, but, Your Royal Highness, the Crown Prince said
    • What has the Crown Prince said? — He said to me: The
    • supposed to have said something very offensive to my
    • The Crown Prince said: Your Majesty, I am unable to remember.
    • serious, though. — Oh! Yes, yes, I remember. I said to
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    • of feeling, to what has been said so far today.
    • organized. But you see it has to be said that what marks the
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    • be said that the flames which our physical eyes saw a year
    • has to be said that nothing else at present can so clearly
    • it can be said that the Anthroposophical Society — not
    • is to be said I shall say tomorrow when what we shall call
    • 1912, 1913 I said for good reasons that the Anthroposophical
    • Only a few days ago somebody once again said to me: If you
    • eurythmy. As I said yesterday before the performance,
    • applause you have said everything and clearly shown that we
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    • will be more to be said about these words which are, as they
    • laid into the human realm.
    • the cosmos so that to our Stone, which we have now laid in
    • was laid in members' hearts, Rudolf Steiner changed for a
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 5: The Foundation Meeting, 25 December, 11.15 a.m.
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    • assume that what I have just said will be born out
    • Schwarz: It was said some time ago that members of the old
    • Dr. Steiner: Who said that? I certainly
    • never said such a thing! Never. The decision as to whether a
    • human being. I have never said that the stamp of membership
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    • the central Vorstand which, as I have already said, is
    • anthroposophical foundation meetings it was said in one way
    • members of the Anthroposophical Society. As I said in a
    • said, having slept. For we had to prove to the world that we
    • or in twenty years' time, it will be said: In the year 1923
    • said that we want to link up once again where we attempted to
    • be within quotation marks. This is to do with my having said
    • Consider the difference from what was said earlier. In the
    • past it was said: The Anthroposophical Society is an
    • said: Here, as the leadership at the Goetheanum, we shall
    • have to achieve, as I have already said, is the following: We
    • refuse to enter into any discussion with them. As I said, we
    • I have already said. I once gave a cycle of lectures in Bremens
    • whom he said: These are good philosophers so they ought to be
    • what is said here that it can constitute the foundation for
    • of people who will merely do my bidding but, as I have said,
    • most free manner imaginable. I said that I would take on the
    • third stage. So I am afraid we cannot avoid wording it in
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    • considered it for a long time. I said to myself that the most
    • Hartmann said that one ought to disseminate not more than
    • said, I have been thinking about this question for ten years
    • just said I should like to say the following: I would be very
    • been said in earlier Paragraphs but that it is necessary
    • weeks. I have already said in the Vorstand that it could be
    • not be said in general. This Paragraph shows how admissions
    • DR STEINER: I expressly said yesterday
    • note with which we can add what was said on this point
    • all I am able to say just now. Other things can be said when
    • the Vorstand presents you with some By-Laws. They can be said
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    • what Herr Gnädiger has just said is right, namely that
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    • certain things said met with absolutely no understanding, so
    • contribution to be paid to the General Anthroposophical
    • Society which is incable of surviving. But now I have said
    • Schillings per year could be paid.
    • been said.
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    • a misunderstanding to arise in respect of what I said here a
    • said that I had naturally felt it to be tragic that I had to
    • consider Dr Lehrs' interpretation of what I said a few days
    • said, so may I ask Herr Hans Ludwig Pusch to speak now.
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    • to add to what I have said so often. I truly believe that an
    • always said that he is coming and then he doesn't come. But
    • that Mr Dunlop would be here. In London he said to me that he
    • Bemmelen has just said shows us that Holland is no exception
    • a committee in England to carry out collections in aid of the
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 14: Meeting of practising doctors, 31 December 1923 at 8.30 in the morning
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    • world. People said: All earlier overall views of the world
    • today more urgently than can be said. Yet if we continue to
    • in a tenth of the time. As I said, I am not expressing this
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    • Bürgi said would probably no longer apply in the way it
    • chosen. What she said was that the Swiss Society was in an
    • said that you arrived this morning and found the meeting in
    • what I have said about the group relieving the
    • said: Members should feel obliged to speak amongst the
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 17: The Envy of the Gods - The Envy of Human Beings
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    • something of the nature of the Mysteries said, in essence:
    • what was said went, in essence, like this: In the Mysteries,
    • abode in the Mysteries. But among the gods it was said: When
    • moving the heart of his pupil, the teacher said: In your
    • said, in essence: We are living on the eve of a new year, let
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 19: The Rebuilding of the Goetheanum
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    • remarks to what I said yesterday, after which I shall invite
    • because I said that it would be better to discuss it in a
    • what each individual thinks should be paid annually for each
    • would have been more dignified. We could first have said: We
    • the contributions can be paid. They do not all have to come
    • basis of pointing out what is said in the Statutes.
    • enthusiastic about the lectures. It can certainly be said
    • will now remain unsaid. But just as last time it was possible
    • conversation to be said to everyone during the Social
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    • notice in the newspaper said: Listening to stuff like this
    • and that had a value for the gods, then the Guardian said:
    • have to be said, not because it is necessary to brood upon
    • said, Dr Zeylmans was indicating with reference to one
    • laid the Foundation Stone. On this Foundation Stone shall be
    • hearts in whose soil you have laid the Foundation Stone for
    • which the Foundation Stone was laid in members' hearts,
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    • foundation stone of the Goetheanum was laid in Dornach, the
    • except, as has been said, in Stuttgart — was in meetings. It
    • can be said, without any intention of boasting, that the love built
    • all if we are not more thoughtful about the problems I have laid
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    • independently of anything I said, to the effect that every member
    • development of the conscious soul. This accounts, as I said, for the
    • inappropriateness of what was said could encourage many seeds of
    • least desire to do so — that what was said yesterday about all
    • As I said, I stress
    • sapped when, for example, no attention is paid to the principle
    • because, as I have said, the process of re-casting can take years,
    • anthroposophy cannot be laid at my door! I respect people's freedom.
    • moral impulses with the aid of pure thinking, as described in the
    • proves a signal aid in understanding human nature. An experience that
    • ever be said of anthroposophy that it is merely theory? How
    • world beyond death can be rightly laid hold upon by people living on
    • special targets. He said at the time that he wasn't leaving the book
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    • being paid to the heavenly bodies circling overhead.
    • Though I have always said that ordinary thinking can, if it is
    • laid the foundation for an anthroposophical community of sorts. The
    • can truly be said that the war period brought no real disruption of
    • of departure, as when I said that if we start where the physicists
    • was being drawn up. I said that programs of this kind should be
    • the living source of anthroposophy. They said expressly that they
    • said in my first lecture here, we must realize that anthroposophy is
    • to do it. As I said in Dornach on January 6th last, the
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
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    • This was, as I said,
    • have today would have said, “What the spirit reveals to me is
    • them by divinities. When they perceived with their ears, they said
    • perception was of thoughts, they said they heard spiritual beings.
    • Goethe spoke when he said, “What you call the spirit of the
    • different from that that the Greeks had. It might be said that they
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    • Anthroposophical Movement. For, as I have often said, we are not just
    • needs to be said as I possibly can. Some things will have to be left
    • movement. I said that a suitable method of community building must be
    • said from this platform that such a development of community could
    • objectively and impersonally. I meant what I said objectively, not as
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    • societies, and — as I said — necessarily so,
    • is being said. He is interested only in his own opinion. One may be
    • my never being understood when I said that there were two ways of
    • I said that the
    • to what the Society, of which it is often said that it makes itself
    • obtained with the Society and myself. I paid as little attention as
    • Now this is not said
    • be laid at the door of anthroposophy itself. What my kind listeners
    • a correction of something that was said from this platform yesterday;
    • Every objection that they might make to something I have said can be
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    • last Monday or Tuesday a representative of these young people said in
    • have to withdraw. As I said in Stuttgart recently, I had to strike
    • I said, “Well,
    • they encountered in it. As to the fact that not everything said was
    • much that had been said. So I made a proposal. I said that we could
    • was being said was bringing the underlying realities of the situation
    • said<