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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • specialist knowledge of what is researched in the laboratory that has
    • the laboratory or from physiological research. One could attain to
    • the microscope, the telescope, and the research of physiology and
    • of a wild fantasy. Yet it is the outcome of the spiritual research of
    • spiritual-scientific research, by Theosophy, as just one part of the
    • those with insight. But present day scientific research will only be
    • Theosophical, spiritual research, however, has reference to the
    • sighted man to a blind one. This research has reference to the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • substances, and consequently search for the best method to satisfy
    • the etheric body. This is the architect of the physical body, which
    • carbohydrates, starches and glucose that are also utilized in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • outcome of research into the spiritual world.”
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Spiritual research thus leads us to Christ, and through Christ to the
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Pforzheim, March 7th, 1914
    • the Archangels; and in the spiritual worlds, in the preparatory stages
    • It may be said, therefore, that there were three Archangel-lives in
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • We can search through the entire evolution of the world without finding a
    • of the archangels.
    • of John's baptism — in an archangel who offered up his soul powers, and
    • Himself in an archangel He brought forth the power to avert the danger of
    • ensouled Himself again in an archangel, and what was accomplished by
    • Christ Being ensouled Himself in an archangel, and the power thus
    • when Christ took for the third time the soul of an archangel as an outer
    • Himself in an archangel. It is the dragon, trodden under foot, that has
    • archangels today; “Thou has brought thinking, feeling and willing,
    • form of an archangel.”
    • Christ Being Who had ensouled Himself three times in archangelic form
    • ensouled three times in an archangelic form, and then incarnated in a
    • ensoulment as an archangel and His human incarnation He had taken an
    • that Christ did not descend from hierarchy to hierarchy and only
    • adduced by spiritual research are that Christ chose three times an
    • archangelic form, leaving out the angelic form, and then made use of a
    • human body. I leave it to future research to determine the reason, which I
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • that research which is the basis for this spiritual science.
    • natural science, researching the spiritual realm requires a
    • applying the methods of spiritual research.
    • infinitely heightened if we are to become spiritual researchers.
    • precise research they find that, although sensory perception (if one
    • quite other purposes as well. Methods of spiritual research are not
    • human life. Only this heightening makes spiritual research possible.
    • researcher must carry on from this point.
    • spiritual science or suggested to us by the spiritual researcher, at
    • soul, the aspiring spiritual researcher lives in a heightened state of
    • once that if the spiritual researcher succeeds, by persevering
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • researcher learns to distinguish exactly between what memory can
    • are not well suited to spiritual research. The less a person tends in
    • research. A large part of the preparation for spiritual research
    • hallucinatory experiences and what the spiritual researcher perceives.
    • to make them appear. The spiritual researcher is not in the same
    • uninterrupted activity is vital for true spiritual research. But only
    • The first stage of spiritual research is separation of the
    • pantheists. But as the spiritual researcher sees it, pantheism is just
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • of Arc was born on that day. It is her special mystery that she was
    • calendar indicating that Joan of Arc was sent into this world on the
    • One who is carrying the Parcival principle into the new age and who,
    • This search for clarity and purity is related to what is active in
    • we call the Archangel Michael had reached a special stage of
    • when they say that at a later date the documents in our archives will
    • special patrons the very monarch who has waged the bloodiest and most
    • biggest farce in world history; it is also the most abominable. This
    • there is a collective soul of people and that it exists as archangel
    • present as a real being of the rank of an archangel. Even though
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • consciousness of the attitude of soul that is part and parcel of
    • by beings of earth but also by the beings of the higher hierarchies,
    • upwards to the spirits of the higher hierarchies, enabling them to
    • spirit self that is nurtured by the beings of the higher hierarchies
    • arch-evil is death!
    • there can be no evil, no wickedness, above all, not the arch-evil
    • He has shown that the arch-evil, death, is not in Him.
    • the higher hierarchies, and that will flow into the souls of men when
    • connected with the forces of the higher hierarchies. May there be with
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • expressing something which unprejudiced observation of scientific research
    • in the undivided state. Empiricism often leads us astray in our search
    • different message from these vibrations. A spiritual researcher is a man
    • with the vibrating processes of space. The spiritual researcher uses
    • spiritual researcher himself. The relationship between the Spiritual Science
    • researcher and the human being who carries on no research himself, but
    • depends on the results of spiritual research of others, is different from the
    • relationship between the natural science researcher and the human being
    • one and will be here figuratively presented. The spiritual researcher himself
    • researcher is in the position to form such means by which everyone who is
    • revealed, on the other hand the spiritual researcher constructs a purely
    • point, a spiritual researcher himself. Yet this is not essential in order,
    • researcher should encounter doubt and mistrust, perhaps even laughter and
    • The first thing apparent to a spiritual researcher is that the human being, as
    • the spiritual researcher discovers that even as we behold color by means of
    • idea of the addition, by a spiritual researcher, of an etheric man to the
    • activity and repose; and the spiritual researcher compares it with the effect
    • physical eye, the spiritual researcher beholds an extra-terrestrial being
    • year, is a period of special interest for spiritual methods of research.
    • development present themselves to the spiritual researcher in a way that
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • It can scarcely be denied — if we cultivate the symptomatic
    • through the picture-nature of man to his spiritual archetype. And this
    • relationship to the third Hierarchy — the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai. This will come about through a growing recognition of the
    • dependence on the third Hierarchy — on the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • has first gained through robbing his fellow-men in a truly patriarchal
    • is the archetypal phenomenon of social science in Goethe's sense. This
    • archetypal phenomenon points to something which mere material thinking
    • question. There, in the searching for truth, one trembles in the
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • demarcated from the environment. Whatever is fluid in any area of
    • state, we cannot make such a definite demarcation between the fluid
    • within a clearly demarcated space, so that if we think in an entirely
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • [e.Ed: Particularly by Aristarchos of Samos, the Greek
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • search for the dead Osiris. We know that Osiris, the representative of the
    • body away. Isis, the spouse of Osiris, sets out on her search and finds him
    • Isis had to set out on her search for him, how she first brought him back
    • writing, they also expressed it in their architectural constructions. They
    • Egyptians. It is not that we have lost him and need to set out in search of
    • the grave of Isis, a mathematical abstraction. Then comes the search for
    • united in love because they feel the need, common to them all, to search.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • researchers, sitting in their laboratories and clinics, have very
    • very beautiful custom, scarcely 150 years old, to have the Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • his search. We have at the same time the feeling that whatever in the
    • ages. Plutarch is a writer from whom we can learn a great deal
    • Plutarch is speaking of Aristarchus of Samos, and he describes the way
    • in which Aristarchus conceived the world. We are therefore taken back
    • Ages, and before Copernicus. In the opinion of Aristarchus, says
    • Plutarch, the universe is much bigger than it looks; for Aristarchus
    • march of progress; and we in these days have to think in an entirely
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • research is carried on, knowledge of the spirit must have place.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • When today, in various societies ‘the lost archetypal word’ is
    • speech, attempts to return to its inspired archetypal element. One
    • hierarchies. We have learned how Man in the world of the Angels, the
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • And only then did the archetypal, underlying reality become an
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • an inner sense of the arch of my brow as in the temple!” Inwardly
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • outcome of research into the spiritual world.”
    • of the adjoining Hierarchy enter into the pulsating forces of the
    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • Beings of the next higher Hierarchy — Exusiai, Dynamis and
    • Archangels and higher spiritual Beings enter into us and animate our
    • fulfill what is needed there. The Beings of the highest Hierarchy —
    • Hierarchy of Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. They have to help in
    • Hierarchy — Kyriotetes, Dynamis and Exusiai. Lastly, the organs
    • night by Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai. There is a constant activity
    • dwelling-place of spiritual Beings — the Beings of the Hierarchies.
    • the Hierarchies. They are within it. Look at this human head in all
    • picture of an invisible, super-sensible working of all the Hierarchies
    • spiritual reality. It is the Beings of the Hierarchies who are really
    • the spiritual Beings of the Hierarchies. That which is raying down
    • nearest among the Hierarchies.
    • death and new birth, so too the Beings of the Hierarchies are there,
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • from the aspect of the higher hierarchies, and then they will appear
    • as follows: The higher hierarchies contain in their being the forces
    • the higher hierarchies had expressed their teachings amongst
    • them. We, the higher hierarchies, are able to let an Earth proceed
    • for us, higher hierarchies, to form the Earth in such a way that it
    • Being. Ahriman is a being who does not belong to our hierarchy.
    • evolution of the earth by the hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun,
    • world of the hierarchies, connected with the evolution of the Earth
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • partial omissions and mistakes led certain researchers to claim
    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Archetypal Man, the human race who must mingle with the Kingdom of
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Plato, calls for research in the mathematical spirit, he can easily be
    • research which advances in the spirit of mathematics even where
    • The point is, however, that we should also be able to research (in the
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • Hierarchies, the human being is working at this whole system of forces
    • outside the Beings of the other Hierarchies, the Angels, Archangels
    • sustaining him with great power. The Archangels bear him more mightily
    • than the Angels, the Archai again more mightily than the Archangels,
    • inspired into us by the dead or by Beings of the higher Hierarchies,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • spiritual world among the beings of the several Hierarchies,
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Luther, Frederick the Great, Goethe and Bismarck. Grimm says that if a
    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • confirmed by ordinary scientific research, you can maintain your daily
    • spirits of the highest Hierarchies, the Seraphim, Cherubim and
    • whole is cared for by the highest Hierarchies. And behind the
    • sense-perceptible world are the beings of the Third Hierarchy: Angels,
    • Archangels, and Archai. Hence we can say: sense-perception, Third
    • Hierarchy: foodstuffs, First Hierarchy: and in between is the Second
    • Hierarchy, which lives in the breathing, in all the rhythmic
    • would seem grotesque to him: the highest Hierarchies, Seraphim,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Beings of the Hierarchies. To a very large extent, man between death
    • uttered as it were by the Hierarchies, the judges of your deeds, whose
    • being with the Beings of the Hierarchies. He actually forgets himself,
    • he is the Hierarchies himself. Nor would he ever become aware of
    • the Hierarchies within him. Then, as it were, he goes out of himself,
    • Hierarchies within us. In this way we become aware of ourselves.
    • the Beings of the Hierarchies — are the moral forces of Love
    • unison with the Hierarchies. While in Memory we have an echo of that
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • the Beings of the Hierarchies and go out of them again. Here on this
    • Hierarchies. This is a thing that we bring with us, we carry it down
    • being-poured-out into the world of the Hierarchies. We have, as we
    • Hierarchies. Now we understand how the earthly world of sound is the
    • through music, the spatial element scarcely plays a part. There is at
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • healthy intelligence, of what is discovered by clairvoyant research.
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • It is in being together with the higher Hierarchies that we develop
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
    • democracy, but towards oligarchy of the brutal kind, in that the power of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • Dornach, March 24, 1922
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    • given in Dornach, 24 March 1922
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    • Archangeloi, Archai, and so on.
    • Archangeloi and of all those beings whom we otherwise perceive
    • being of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and so on. But we find
    • brought it about that the world of Angeloi, Archangeloi and
    • beings who belong to the higher hierarchies is that they are
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • this living activity of the Second Hierarchy, which streams from the
    • the Second Hierarchy. When he has gone through the gate of death, man
    • interwoven activity of the beings of the Second Hierarchy.
    • the Second Hierarchy after death. Between birth and death the human
    • body. Thus the work of the Second Hierarchy has to absorb what the
    • Second Hierarchy are individualised according to what man is, as good
    • account must be taken of what these beings of the Second Hierarchy,
    • belonging to the Hierarchy of the Dynamis. Through this is developed,
    • with the help of an Archangel as intermediary, the faculty of
    • Second Hierarchy is violently dislocated. And it must be restored
    • living work of the Second Hierarchy. This stripping off of the
    • those uses of the work of the Second Hierarchy which distort it into
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, human Egos, animal group-souls, the
    • interwoven with the Beings of the second Hierarchy. One observes how
    • second Hierarchy, and therewith describe the human astral body as
    • as he sleeps during the night the activity of the Archangels.
    • the astral body is outside, the world of the Archai.
    • Archai, Archangels, and Angels, which are reflected in the waking
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • described by historical research as ‘Jesus of Nazareth,’
    • century, research into the life of Jesus was substituted for an
    • ancient Christology. It was research that grew more and more
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • external, materialistic research. He will further realise that the
    • be justified by external, materialistic research. Not that the
    • only so, but research into these things has recently taken quite
    • and you will see that our age, after much painstaking research into
    • Nazareth by philological research into biblical and other documents,
    • ‘man’ Jesus of Nazareth. Thus external research was
    • materialistic research: ‘You are wrong if you believe that
    • this is the same age and the same kind of research that can see no
    • research? He has become a poetical image, a figure that has only
    • historical research the Christ has become an imaginary God. To put it
    • bluntly, we may say: Historical research has here arrived at
    • something of which it can make no use; for what is modern research to
    • ordinary external historical research can describe, or documents
    • research. In this book
    • different from sleep. The researches of Spiritual Science into the
    • what to make of the results of modern research. The wonderful thing
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • convey to us those archetypal moods arising from chaos in the first
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • research and investigation, albeit those who stood wholly within the
    • Hierarchies, in the great structure of the spiritual universe.
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • in the connection of the human soul with the higher Hierarchies,
    • with the Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the Angeloi. These
    • hierarchy, for to-day they feel averse to seek a connection with the
    • rises out of their egoism. The connection with the ARCHANGELOI, with
    • the hierarchy of the Archangels, must be sought in another way. The
    • inclination for the Angeloi as far as the Archangeloi.
    • searched for the cause of these happenings; many have accused one
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • From a lecture dated 20th March, 1916. (Stenographic notes unrevised by the
    • delivered at MUNICH on the 20th of March, 1916.
    • hierarchies — to send an invocation to the Spirits of the
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai. We would have to utter this invocation
    • Spirits of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and Archai might withdraw from
    • Archangeloi and Archai to withdraw their influences, so that man’s
    • fact that the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai still work upon it, but
    • above-named hierarchies. It is unquestionably true that the human
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai would not exercise their influence,
    • in that case? The fact that the Beings of the hierarchies of the
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work upon our etheric body and do not
    • that the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai live above us, you will also
    • etheric bodies are the material used by the Angeloi, Archangeloi and
    • Archai. For the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai, our etheric bodies
    • Archangeloi and Archai work upon our etheric bodies, and when we walk
    • Archangeloi and Archai is active around us and works out forms for
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • Archangeloi and Archai work upon our thoughts, so that after our
    • for instance, that the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai carry it
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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Art and Architecture that Reveal the Underlying Wholeness of Creation
    • Architecture as a Synthesis of the Arts
    • or Art and Architecture that Reveal the Underlying Wholeness of Creation,
    • lecture 1 of 14 in Architecture as a Synthesis of the Arts.
    • Architecture were created by the forces which ray down from the
    • Babylonian-Assyrian architecture and above all into the temples of
    • is scarcely an aperture, seems to enshrine a mystery; from outside at
    • Christian architecture is distinguished from that of Greece. The
    • its own boundaries, to express the aspirations and searchings of
    • arch arose, of course, from a deep feeling for the dynamic
    • of a lengthy period in the development of temple-architecture, we
    • stage of temple-architecture? These frontages tell us something very
    • architectural forms of the early temples of Asia Minor were born. All
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • School in Vienna, Ferstel, the architect of the Votivkirche
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • of architecture are born from the intrinsic character of the
    • men of old, for finding styles of architecture and of building and
    • then placing them before the world. Styles of architecture are
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  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • The Patriarchal Age (the Age of Heroes).
    • Patriarch, Pelasgian, Persian, personality, Phoenician, Pontifex
    • Palestine Patriarch,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • higher Hierarchies, of spiritual Beings. I lived in a world where the
    • choirs of Divine Hierarchies by whom they had been sent down to
    • and moved among the Beings of the Divine Hierarchies above humanity,
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Also known as: Archangels and the Living Source of Speech
    • Also known as: Archangels and the Living Source of Speech
    • the spiritual world whom we are accustomed to assign to the Hierarchy
    • of the Archangels. You will remember I explained to you the
    • awakening, into a wrong or right relation with the Archangels. If he
    • the Archangels. I am reminding you of this, because I want to speak
    • speech with the hierarchy of the Archangels. Speech, like everything
    • become no more than a sign. But it is scarcely more than 1500 years
    • to the hierarchy of the Archangels. When man speaks — when,
    • Archangels. Hence are the Archangels the Spirits of the different
    • connection with the evolution of the Archangels. We can go so far as
    • the evolution of the Archangels themselves. For even when we are
    • evolution of the Archangels is expressed and revealed in the changes
    • Hierarchy who lived in his language as in more recent times. The
    • fact that the Archangels came to language by way of Intuition.
    • the Archangels in the later part of the Atlantean evolution, when
    • Later, these Archangels moved forward in their own evolution. In my
    • of speech and language. The advance made by the Archangels in their
    • still higher Hierarchies, giving themselves up in devotion to these
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  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • our sense perceptions. It is a trite saying and we need scarcely
    • Hierarchies, down to man himself. And inasmuch as the etheric body
    • complete mistakes. Analytical psychology in its search for the
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
    • strange as it may sound, it is so — an angel or archangel who
    • that he carries the Hierarchies within him as his own inner
    • the highest beings of the Hierarchies were living in them and
    • beings of the Hierarchies, elemental beings, beings such as the human
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • Typhon slew him and made away with the dead body. Isis had to search
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    • slain, she departed on a search for the dead body. She found it at
    • with what is perceived. Sometimes people then search for the real
    • observation, become comic, frightfully comic in this search! Only
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • Testament. The search of many human beings to find their right way
    • archetypal forces working in nature and in man. If the Egyptian was
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • nature-researchers and other learned men proclaim him today a great
    • discovered a new principle. He was indeed really incarcerated in a
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    • through other results of spiritual research. If one makes oneself
    • March — the fall of the Czar — has a metaphysical
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    • purely from researches of natural science it will be possible to
    • understand it. Such a principle is scarcely to be associated with the
    • of the ancient archetypal wisdom? This remnant really only faded away
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • forefathers. And if research into these things is made in the realm
    • spiritual researcher is often himself astonished at his own results.
    • that, by being devoted to true spiritual research, one is working not
    • Russian population, spiritual scientific research leads us back to
    • spiritual researcher finds that it is made especially complicated
    • the spiritual researcher investigates the present, he is led back to
    • the results of true spiritual research, when compared with the
    • the spiritual researcher says out of his exact, conscientious
    • research. People are accustomed to attach some value to what is
    • spiritual researchers appear, as do occasional astronomers, and
    • announce the results of their spiritual research; for we shall find
    • spiritual research should be combined with the outer facts of the
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    • the search for equilibrium. Then, out of speaking, thinking
    • as belonging to the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi — the Archangels.
    • The Archangel Beings feel an affinity with what is carried out into
    • do the Archangeloi, who are connected with the inner nature of the
    • via the sleeping state, with the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi. You
    • that the Archangeloi are the Leaders, the Guiding Spirits, of the
    • Archangeloi are the Guiding Spirits of folk-languages because they
    • being — to be made with the Archangeloi; in such circumstances
    • established between the human soul and the Hierarchy of the
    • Archangeloi. Yes, it is indeed the case that every night man loses
    • the opportunity, if I may so express it, of union with the Archangel
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • is carried towards the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, so is the Ego
    • carried towards the Hierarchy of the Archai — the Powers of the
    • in the daily round of life. From these Archai, the power flows to us,
    • true connection with the Archai. How can this be done? Idealism
    • brings the astral body into right connection with the Archangeloi.
    • And what enables the Ego to be united with the Archai? Although we
    • from the Hierarchy of the Archai is fully conscious, receives what is
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    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
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    • of its research are based entirely upon misunderstanding.
    • scientific research today, anthroposophical Spiritual Science wishes
    • modern research.
    • certain boundaries. Every scientific researcher is aware that the
    • every scientific researcher is aware that this problem lies beyond
    • world of the senses can stand the test of searching examination; the
    • The aim of anthroposophical research is to avoid both these pitfalls
    • To describe as pathological the methods of anthroposophical research
    • research says about the reality of higher worlds is merely the result
    • it is not so. Clinical research, astronomical research, for example,
    • research, with its absolutely scrupulous and exact methods.
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • Ways to a New Style in Architecture (with 12 illustrations of
    • anthroposophical principles. This new style of architecture has no
    • Science strives to tread by means of genuine research and not through
    • unfold. This search for super-sensible realities cannot betoken the
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    • research, so that facts could be discovered which would
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    • quality: they cannot die. All those Beings of the higher Hierarchies,
    • described in my “OCCULT SCIENCE”, the Angels, Archangels,
    • Who came from the higher Hierarchies? — He died within a human
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
    • Angeloi, right up to the higher Hierarchies, Beings connected with
    • Hierarchies. Through a knowledge of the spiritual worlds we should
    • Hierarchies. Man's great temptation in modern times is the modern
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    • spiritual world, from the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, but
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai, and the other Beings of the
    • Hierarchies; in them you live. And because these Beings
    • the Hierarchies, just as the body, composed of elements of the three
    • is as free as are those forms out of which, in architecture,
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    • researchers. And if men do not become spiritual researchers but
    • discovered by spiritual researchers can be understood by such persons
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    • Hierarchies is active within this process through which we acquire
    • our experiences; the Hierarchies live and weave in it.
    • being and, look into his eyes, then the Spirits of the Hierarchies,
    • the Hierarchies themselves, the work of the Hierarchies, live in our
    • for the next incarnation. All the divine Hierarchies must cooperate
    • the different Hierarchies cooperate in order to produce the head. And
    • the Hierarchies cooperate and influence this activity, in order to
    • weave in the manner described, and what all the Hierarchies of the
    • the slightest idea that whole Hierarchies of Gods are at work in
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    • and in laboratories, and at the way research is applied to the
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    • archetype basis of the lungs came into man on the predecessor of our
    • learnt about in the hierarchies of spirits. We have seen that it is
    • course, it is the hierarchies of spiritual beings who regulate the
    • ancient Moon. We know of the spirits of fire or the archangels, that
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    • undertake further spiritual research into this realm and to present
    • Order of Norbertines. In 1126 he became Archbishop of Magdeburg.]
    • Intercourse between human souls and the higher Hierarchies will
    • Hierarchies.
    • taken place between the Beings of the higher Hierarchies. At this
    • of the Hierarchies to carry out among themselves, but one particular
    • Hierarchies need human thoughts in which their deeds are reflected.
    • spiritual world. We do not help the Spirits of the higher Hierarchies
    • a searcher for knowledge. Spiritual knowledge is a different matter.
    • will come to us that we have not ourselves produced in our search for
    • Spirits of the higher Hierarchies. The opposite is the case if a
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    • research lack any real foundation, this is only a sign that he has
    • to sound judgement. Genuine occult research is not afraid of
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    • Hierarchies, the Spirits of Form, pervade and weave through all the
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    • Hierarchies and of the Luciferic Beings belonging to those
    • Hierarchies. Essential changes take place in the course of time both
    • the life of soul men were under the leadership of the Third Hierarchy
    • confine what is elastic in the demarcated form, thus preventing any
    • the higher Hierarchies have the most varied tasks, among them the one
    • the ‘regular’ Hierarchies and also of the work of the
    • backward spiritual Beings belonging to the different Hierarchies. In
    • Beings belonging to the Hierarchy immediately above man —
    • Beings belonging to the higher Hierarchies. Now we know that the
    • guidance of the Beings we know as the Angeloi, Archangeloi and so on.
    • Beings of the nearest higher Hierarchies to a far greater extent than
    • themselves — Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai — consists in
    • Beings of the higher Hierarchies have recognised this and therein
    • freedom. Among these Beings of the higher Hierarchies there are some
    • lowest rank — retarded Angeloi and Archangeloi. These spirits
    • certain spirits of the higher Hierarchies did not keep pace with
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    • are received by him from the Beings of the Hierarchies whom he
    • namely, the Beings of the several higher Hierarchies. Let us ask
    • Hierarchies with whom he has made contact between death and the new
    • the Beings of the higher Hierarchies in two ways. We may recognise
    • higher Hierarchies. But in order to receive their gifts, to avoid
    • enabling the higher Hierarchies to be visible to the soul must be
    • deeds and the Beings of the higher Hierarchies are indeed illumined
    • it is true, perceive the higher Hierarchies, recognise when they are
    • character. The forces of the higher Hierarchies are then not exactly
    • darkness. The Spirits of the higher Hierarchies would have bestowed
    • of super-sensible research we trace the path of such an individual
    • contrived that the gifts of the Beings of the higher Hierarchies
    • truly aware of what the gifts of the higher Hierarchies would have
    • When in the course of spiritual research we trace the
    • that moreover the higher Hierarchies will also be there and able to
    • higher Hierarchies only that for which we have prepared ourselves on
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    • external to itself the ‘archetype’, as it were, of the
    • in general. The archetypes of physical life on Earth appear as a kind
    • only enter into the form of existence that has its archetypes in the
    • archetypes of earthly things. During life on earth he learns to know
    • only the shadows of these archetypes which he grasps in his thoughts.
    • with the rest of the world. Thus here we look upon the archetypes of
    • example of how the details of spiritual research harmonise with each
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • through if it turns away from all material conceptions and searches a
    • call (to borrow a Greek word) the Demiurgos, the cosmic Architect.
    • This Demiurgos is the real arch-creator and sustainer of
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • ways of spiritual research. Obviously there is not time to speak of
    • of interest to us, for through spiritual research we must unearth
    • research which are available in our epoch. But attention must also be
    • have been so easy for the old Indian Rishis, with their scarcely
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • Hierarchies. If therefore we say that something of the substance
    • one wants to say) while still in the world of the higher Hierarchies
    • Being once sank Himself into a Being of the Hierarchy of Angels and
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • the higher Hierarchies by the Christ, and in the wonderful emergence
    • but, search as one may through the language; there are no other words
    • men to the spirits of the higher Hierarchies during the Saturn, Sun
    • was a Being who then belonged still to the Hierarchy of Angels and
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • you that when in my occult researches I tried to follow this stream,
    • I often lost trace of it; I had to search for places where it
    • I had to experience the fact that occult researches are
    • slowly and by stages, if at last our research is to bring to light
    • the injunction: “Search out where the name of Parsifal stands!”
    • In occult researches of this kind one is often held
    • came to me during my search for an answer to the question: Where can
    • first misled by a certain circumstance. In occult research — I
    • occult sources, but also of what external research has brought to
    • research has never been able to trace this Kyot and regards him as
    • So you see in what direction external research goes. It
    • astray by external research, something else was borne in upon me
    • outcome of many years of research — that in our epoch there is
    • search among the stars in a way different from the old ways, but the
    • in it through spiritual research.
    • exoteric research itself tells us how Kyot came to these words —
    • clue if one is searching in the sense of Spiritual Science: he at
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    • spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He
    • called the result of research is given to the soul from out of the
    • results to which one has to come in spiritual research are to be
    • research is not the outcome of ideas that have been put together, as
    • earth, the cause of sympathy between heaven and earth; the archetypes
    • down from the realm of the higher Hierarchies. The Beings of those
    • Hierarchies brought it down; it belonged to them. The Parsifal saga
    • the higher Hierarchies.” Let us seek it there; and then we
    • Search for the Holy Grail”. It can be left to each individual
    • the way in which a search was made for it we must say: If all this
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    • Archangel (Venus)
    • Archangel Feeling (Venus)
    • Archai Willing (Vulcan)
    • Spirits of Wisdom and the Archangels come to light again on earth in
    • the philosophical search for wisdom. Read in the book
    • of Wisdom and Archangeloi. These Spirits that missed their evolution
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    • Time-Spirits or Archai. Only then has it become so mature that its
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    • our experiences, the whole world of the Hierarchies is active within
    • Hierarchies live and weave in it.
    • the spirits of the Hierarchies, the Hierarchies themselves, the work
    • of the Hierarchies, live in our gaze and in what is sent towards us
    • divine Hierarchies must co-operate in this work. Your head, this
    • Hierarchies co-operate in order to produce the head. And when we
    • collected during the process of growing weary, all the Hierarchies
    • the Hierarchies of the Gods weave, before we gain a connection
    • Hierarchies of Gods are at work in order to produce our head, in
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    • who have studied what we call the researches into the Akashic
    • Sun. They are the Archangels. These are beings who are two degrees
    • Personality, Archai, or First Beginnings. So that, if we begin with
    • Beginnings, the Archai, were men on old Saturn; Archangels, or
    • Arch-Angeloi, were men on the old Sun; Angels or Angeloi were men on
    • life-body into Life-spirit or Budhi. Therefore in these Archangeloi,
    • in these Archangels we have beings who are two stages above us, they
    • at a still higher stage than the Archangels, at a stage which man
    • clear to you in the following lectures. True spiritual research shows
    • are the Archangels or Archangeloi. They are beings who can already do
    • the spiritual Hierarchy, whom we call Archangels, you then have an
    • the earth. The Folk-spirits belong to the rank of the Archangels or
    • Archangeloi. We shall see how they on their part direct the etheric
    • of the Archangels. The individual members of a nation receive what
    • these Archangels. If we can make a clear mental picture of how in the
    • as the activity of the Archangeloi. To the materialistic man of
    • Age, or Spirit of Personality, or Archai.
    • order that architecture, art and science may arise and assume their
    • the hierarchy of the higher beings, belong to the Archangels.
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    • or Archangelic beings. Besides that, these beings must in a certain
    • in the first place turn to the researches made by clairvoyant
    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • which may be designated as the etheric body of these Archangelic
    • beings, of these Archangels? and how are we to understand this work?
    • influence. The Archangels, who have the spiritual laws within them,
    • Archangels does not extend; they have not as yet gone far enough in
    • Archangels, the Folksouls, take place in this etheric body which
    • rises above the ground? What is the work of the Archangel, how does
    • exhausted the most important work of the true Archangel or
    • possessed by an individual belonging to the people. The Archangelic
    • belongs much besides this. Why? If the Archangel, the guiding
    • Archangels and yet other Beings who co-operate with the Archangels,
    • besides the Archangelic Beings already described, other mysterious
    • Beings who are in certain respects related to the Archangels, but who
    • Archangels themselves.
    • Hierarchies; we shall then, so to speak, find the names of these
    • You must think of the Hierarchies of Spirits in the
    • 3. Archangels,
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    • the Archangelic Beings, the normal Folk-spirits we must distinguish
    • conception of how the consciousness of the Archangels works. A world
    • Now the Archangels are not Beings who can form
    • to conceive of the activity of the Archangels. These truths appear
    • bring before him, does not affect the Archangels at all. In that form
    • the Archangels. If, therefore, you eliminate from your picture of the
    • you have then eliminated just what does not concern the Archangels.
    • Archangels out of all that can also become human consciousness? What
    • sentient-soul, is of no importance to the Archangels, they do not
    • element of any significance to the Archangels, in so far as it is
    • through in his feelings, that too, does not concern the Archangels.
    • things which man experiences in common with the Archangels. We can
    • intellectual-soul or mind-soul. The artistic, the architectural
    • Archangels penetrate into the human inner being, and thus far also
    • does the actual life of the Archangels extend. You must therefore
    • intellectual and spiritual-souls. With the Archangels it is the case
    • indeed perceive that this Archangelic Being may have in his soul-life
    • the Archangels is of the same nature. The ‘ I ’
    • the Archangels. The Archangel-’ I ’ is in fact two
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    • Archangels down to the Angels, we see the means which were necessary
    • races, the intervention of other Spirits of the Hierarchies, and will
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    • to speak work together, and that in a people, an Archangel who is
    • going through his normal evolution and another Archangel-spirit who
    • know as the spiritual hierarchies, work in evolution.
    • lay a foundation by acquiring an understanding of the Hierarchies, to
    • understand these Hierarchies, that we say, at the lowest stage stands
    • Archangels, then the Primal Forces or Archai. That is what we may
    • describe as the first Hierarchy above man. The second Hierarchy is as
    • Then we have the highest of the three Hierarchies:
    • essentially to be ascribed to the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • Beings of the third or — highest Hierarchy. It is the peculiar
    • combined operation of the second and third Hierarchies which yields
    • formative light, the trinity of the second hierarchy press in from
    • space. The highest of the hierarchies, the Seraphim, Cherubim and the
    • Thrones, stream up to us from below. The first hierarchy is
    • within the beings. To this hierarchy belong in the first place, the
    • Archai, who act as Spirits of the Age. These Spirits of the Age weave
    • in what has been prepared for them by the higher hierarchies, and
    • Archangels, the Spirits of Peoples and Tribes; and finally the
    • the Archangels.
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    • the different hierarchies have so to work together with their forces
    • whole co-operation of the hierarchies is such, that we must look at
    • what we described in our last lecture as the third hierarchy, the
    • You must naturally picture to yourselves this hierarchy as originally
    • course of lectures given at Düsseldorf on the Hierarchies
    • [Spiritual Hierarchies, e.Ed.],
    • activity of the three hierarchies. These things are by no means so
    • the reflections of the Spirits of these hierarchies in what we call
    • of Form, for they stand higher in the rank of the hierarchies —
    • tinted races of Southern Asia, and towards the Malay Archipelago.
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    • various hierarchies, but that the Beings of these hierarchies
    • hierarchy intervene and guide, how for instance the Spirits of Form
    • began, we are living in an age in which certain Archangels, certain
    • Beings of the hierarchy of the Archangeloi are ascending into the
    • Hierarchy of the Archai, or Spirits of the Age. It is extremely
    • the Folk-souls whom we designate as Archangels ascend to a higher
    • Archangel were sent out from the West to the East. But these
    • Archangels who were the guiding spiritual powers of these tribes that
    • peoples whose Archangel was the first one to attain the rank of a
    • post-Atlantean civilization after their Archangel had become the
    • the Age or Archai of the post-Atlantean age of civilization. Now this
    • long time under the guidance merely of Archangels.
    • of Archangels for a long time after the Archangel of India had risen
    • to the rank of an Archai and then acted through intuition upon those
    • ancient India were still under the guidance of the Archangel. When
    • Archangel, a Folk-soul, rises to the rank of a Spirit of the Age,
    • Archangels work themselves up, through the mission they accomplish,
    • and its Archangel on the one hand and from the Chaldean people and
    • its Archangel on the other. Then took place the event in which the
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    • We can scarcely understand the fundamental character of
    • them, the Angels, the Folk-souls or Archangels, and Spirits of the
    • the work and activity of the various Angels and Archangels upon the
    • directly observed the work of the Archangels and Angels and of all
    • was still experienced as being the work of the Angels or Archangels,
    • how the Angels and Archangels had taken part in their soul-life which
    • Archangels, both normal and abnormal, played a part in the human soul
    • or impulse of the Angels and Archangels on the human soul was among
    • world of the Angels and Archangels, but they could look into the
    • world of the Angels and Archangels, but on the other hand they could
    • the Angels and Archangels in the human souls did not exist as a
    • affairs of the Angels and the Archangels who were still working in
    • and Angels and Archangels setting to work in the soul. They perceived
    • and saw the weaving of the Angels and Archangels, whom they called
    • the Asa. Those were the Beings who as Angels and Archangels busied
    • and Archangels, — had to be gone through by the peoples of
    • At first he gazed upon the Archangel Beings who worked in his soul by
    • the most predominant of these Archangels, Wotan or Odin, and he saw
    • Archangels who once upon a time reached the point of renouncing the
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    • Archangels, in the way I pointed out yesterday in connection with
    • You may search as you will through the many different
    • research, that the result of Luciferic influence in the astral body
    • you saw the Archangel of Speech, the Archangel of the Runes, the
    • Archangel of Respiration, Odin; and Thor, the Angel of the
    • as an Archangel. He should make himself a son of Odin. He should take
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    • architects of the world. Hegel's world of ideas is the final,
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    • extract in the shape of knowledge from the spiritual research of our
    • the Folk-spirit, the Archangel who extends his educative and
    • may be called modern philosophy, modern spiritual research, and that
    • from then on, this modern spiritual research will be fertilized in a
    • Archangels who directed the union of the psychic-spiritual with the
    • guiding Archangel or Folk-spirit of the North, of the old education
    • day, yet the Archangel of the Germanic North has within him this
    • lecture on the Second Coming of Christ. Spiritual research at the
    • announced only by Anthroposophy, by spiritual research.
    • clairvoyance. The power given by the old Archangel Odin, the old
    • Archangel of the Germanic Scandinavian world can contribute to the
    • Germanic Archangels that which may yield a fertile seed for true
    • have been told so and so; let us search the records accessible to us,
    • individuality. The Germanic Scandinavian Archangel will bring to the
    • Angel and Archangel, but were to contribute to the overcoming of the
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    • belongs to it; a building which, moreover, in its form of architecture
    • researches. The method of research in spiritual science is founded on
    • has nothing to do with spiritual methods of research. It has only to do
    • spiritual science, with its methods of research, only begins where
    • clear by a comparison the relation of spiritually scientific research
    • when spiritual research assumes the existence of an etheric body,
    • modern spiritual research discovers from the facts of spiritual life,
    • foundations of spiritual research. We arrive at leaving the body with
    • research in the true sense of the words, as it is here meant, that must
    • research the fact is that man arrives at a changed consciousness, but
    • spiritual investigator, he lives, during his researches, outside his
    • But the characteristic feature of spiritual research is that whilst it
    • position accurately to distinguish true spiritual research from that
    • when it is thought that spiritual research has anything in common with
    • nature. Spiritual research is able to enter the world through which man
    • able to influence another at a distance. True spiritual research cannot
    • spiritual research, you would see that reverence for Christ and
    • devotion to Him cannot be diminished by such research, but on the
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    • from the tomb to St. Peter's, the architect of which, Bramante,
    • “Christ in the Spiritual World: The Search for the Holy Grail”
    • word about his work as builder and architect and to refer especially
    • end is the truly architectural problem of space; it was to enclose
    • think out in this wonderful way the architectural mechanics of space.
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    • impulses that come from Spiritual Science and spiritual research, so
    • belonging to the sphere of the progressive Hierarchies, by which the
    • belong to the hierarchy of Ahrimanic spirits. In the first stage,
    • Jahve-Hierarchy. In those times the souls of men — Ego and
    • if one may put it so — the good Spirits of the Hierarchies have
    • spiritual Hierarchies. This coming together with the spiritual
    • Hierarchies for whom we have in truth been spiritually born, this
    • Hierarchies.
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    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
    • the outcome of real and very strenuous spiritual research —
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha? In spiritual research one always finds
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    • its laws. Theosophy is not only a theoretical truth, but a search for
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    • consider who is the person whose chief characteristic is this search
    • real than the Angel; namely, the Archangel. Thoughts revealing the
    • true nature of the Archangel cannot come to us if we only move in
    • the comprehension of the Archangel.
    • of Time, or the Archai. That is to say, we come to the third Divine
    • element in the hierarchic order. It is good to envisage these three
    • Hierarchies in thoughts and concepts, with the aid of the means just
    • explained. For the Spirits of Form, which come after the Archai, are
    • on earth; i.e., the Archangels. And they should also acquire a
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
    • with its forms which are stronger than any other architectonic forms
    • the Archangel world and that of the Time Spirit.
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    • spiritual hierarchies, the Angeloi, still willed for man. During
    • the spiritual beings of higher hierarchies. Only if our will can
    • thus rises up before our soul in spiritual-scientific research,
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    • need scarcely say that to many men to-day this truth is unacceptable.
    • by necessity to make their search for spirituality a true one. And
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    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • only a researcher in the spirit can see into the spiritual
    • must be a researcher in the spirit; but once the picture is painted,
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • to the spiritual researcher of the present day; he has to forgo it in
    • knowledge. When a particular field of spiritual research was allotted
    • research. Something, of the kind must come again in the future.
    • spiritual researcher can give, and what he receives will unite itself
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    • knowledge in general, and to search out everything which can
    • elemental beings surrounding us; of the Hierarchies, Angels,
    • Archangels and so forth. The world becomes peopled for us with real
    • Hierarchies themselves who help us when we know about them. And if in
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
    • display of beauty and power in life scarcely to be equaled in
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    • meditate on the need today to go in search of a true self-knowledge
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    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • though its destructiveness is scarcely yet divined by many.
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    • scarcely more than to take snapshots of them with a camera. All that
    • is said of them in scientific books and lectures is scarcely more
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    • the simple result of spiritual research.
    • all these researches, and the practical hints we give will all result
    • nature. This form of study and research is very different from what
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    • you will scarcely find another plant to replace it. If it should happen
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    • carcinoma. Carcinoma, from the very outset, makes a certain region independent
    • within the human or animal organism. Hence a carcinoma patient should
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    • Cologne, March 17, 1905
    • saw the coming forth of Osiris from Archetypal Man
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    • been enhanced by the use of scientific experimental research, where
    • real spiritual research, clearly enable us to perceive the
    • Let us go to an architect who will draw us a plan in this or in that
    • is expressed in the walls, in the external architecture of the
    • being a new style of architecture.
    • was therefore an organic necessity for a new style of architecture to
    • the results of anthroposophical research in the direction of a true
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    • A lecture given in Berlin, 6th March, 1913.
    • Berlin, March 6, 1913
    • A lecture given in Berlin, 6th March, 1913. Lecture 12 of 14 from the
    • Berlin, March 6, 1913
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    • search for knowledge and ‘simple faith’ based on the
    • facts gleaned from documents, archives and tradition which, at the
    • development of natural science is part and parcel of one epoch of
    • spirit on the pattern of their research in the material world and
    • carried out a caricature of spiritual research, namely
    • spiritualism, which is nothing else but a material search for
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    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • investigations in the laboratory, or of clinical research, but also
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Stuttgart, March 10th, 1920
    • in March of 1920. The title of this series of lectures is:
    • lecture given in Stuttgart, 10th March, 1920.
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • man. The search for equity, misunderstood and hindered though
    • other peoples. Just think how Herder's search took him among other
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    • achievement of architecture — the Greek temple —
    • the Greek temple architecture.— Think of what happens
    • Greek architecture is seen through the eyes of the physical
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    • reincarnate?’ — occult research gives the answer
    • Occult research is able to
    • interesting finding of occult research. You know that when a man
    • This fact has always been known to Rosicrucian research since the
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    • approach the anthroposophical line of research somewhat sceptically,
    • research, while the other lecturers will deal with special scientific
    • you that one who is engaged in anthroposophical research fully
    • included, very much to add to the present material for research, it
    • and research. I must describe what one has to do in order to attain to
    • in clairvoyant research. For “imaginative” cognition, the
    • first stage in this research, is only a perception that penetrates
    • recognition as “clairvoyant research” in
    • research, one can enter different fields of knowledge — the
    • path to clairvoyant research which I had to describe in my books
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    • more architects, and a building would have been erected in one or
    • erected, our aim was to create an architectural, plastic, pictorial
    • let the architectural, plastic, pictorial frame for the
    • forms, through the architecture, through the paintings. The
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • with loving care: the forehead, the arches above the eyes, the ears
    • arched in every individual. There is no general, only an individual,
    • can create forms in plastic art, architectural or sculptural.
    • in the architecture, and in the painting too, in the building at
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    • realm of the higher Hierarchies and who then imparted spiritual
    • also be viewed from the side of the higher Hierarchies, and
    • higher Hierarchies have within them the forces which fashioned
    • and finally the Earth. If the higher Hierarchies had, as it were,
    • intellect. We, the higher Hierarchies, are unable to bring forth
    • intellect. We, the Hierarchies, cannot so fashion the Earth that
    • hierarchy. He enters the stream of evolution by a different path.
    • Hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth drew Ahriman
    • Hierarchies of Saturn, Sun and Moon who are interwoven with
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    • Father, according to the Father-principle, but they searched the
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    • Nuremberg, March 13, 1915
    • This lecture was given at Nuremberg in March of 1915, and is
    • Given at Nuremberg on the 13th of March 1915.
    • itself to spiritual, scientific research. If the fruits of spiritual
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    • observation of their manner of research; for those who allow
    • research, mystical soul-concentration, and the methods of
    • Those who observe natural science, natural research, become
    • wisdom. Concrete results of a positive spiritual research are
    • this talk of the higher hierarchies which must first be known? What
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    • like lost sheep, but that they were part and parcel of the
    • it. Again a third: the search for a cosmogony. The
    • is to go out into the world, and search out the impulses
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    • Hierarchies nearest to man.
    • planets, and through them the higher Hierarchies, circle on
    • they could not yet work into human concepts. In Joan of Arc
    • the birthday of Joan of Arc. Thus she passed through the very
    • calendar of births that Joan of Arc was born on the 6th
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    • A lecture delivered in the Architektenhaus, Berlin, March 2nd,
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    • March 2nd, 1911.
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
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    • man has to the Angeloi, Archangeloi and so forth — to the
    • Beings of the Hierarchies — a relation manifold and
    • understood only by deeper spiritual-scientific research. The
    • from the Hierarchy of the Angeloi speaks A to one, or a Being of the
    • Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, or some other Being. Outwardly the
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    • say, the search for this relationship gives rise to the greatest
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    • Germany in October of 1910 through March of 1911. The series of
    • Some idea of the methods applied and of the manner in which research
    • geology as belonging to the archetypal rock-formations, as is also
    • rocks included in the Archaean System are only old gneiss-formations
    • archetypal rock-material, also when granite is spoken of.],
    • also with his heart, searching for what these remains can reveal of
    • nevertheless — as if outlined in a rough charcoal drawing
    • by geological research. We also see how in this research into the
    • such as Ichthyosaurus, Plesiosaurus, Dinosaurus, Archaeopteryx. We
    • spiritual-scientific research also reveals this gradual advance in
    • research comes to the period connected by geology with granite, which
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • where Eduard Suess's purely sense-perceptive method of research
    • conscientious scientific research concerning the ground on which we
    • careful research impels geology to admit. So it is in all fields.
    • When you take the results of real research and go by facts, you will
    • of clairvoyant research, and there, provided only that it is
    • as a starting-point for spiritual research. Then spiritual
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    • The Architectural Hall in Berlin appears to me the maximum size; and
    • peculiarity, be better attended to by occult research in the East or
    • the occult research of the last century in the European esoteric
    • were it not that the occult researches of the West had been fostered
    • researches concerning, It. It is therefore impossible to
    • bring to bear on our theosophical life occult researches which
    • our movement is that we carry the result of our occult researches on
    • research. Has anyone beard me commence any lectures, ‘My dear
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    • charcoal drawing, just an outline of these. It is however
    • Hierarchies, as though striking into it and playing into it. We can
    • entirely of Wisdom interact with the hierarchy of the Spirits of
    • Spirits of Personality, known to us as Archai in the hierarchy of
    • to the Cherubim, and that from this proceeded the Archai, the
    • emerging from this sacrifice the Spirits of Time — Archai. This
    • sending forth of the Archai gives a grand and powerful picture.
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    • Spirits of Wisdom on the Sun, the Spirits we call Archangels or
    • Archangeloi, came into being. They are these who accept on ancient
    • Archangels on the Sun was to collect at a later epoch what had been
    • Archangels. Thus we have on the Sun an earlier act of giving and a
    • the Archangels on the one side and as the recipients on the other the
    • by the Archangels and reflected back. What is thus reflected back
    • Archangels are at the same time creators of light. Light is not in
    • are the Archangels. Hence we must say: Wherever light appears to us,
    • behind it are the Archangels; but they are only able to ray forth
    • from its clouds proceed the figures of the Archangels,--who reflect
    • outer periphery are the Archangels, the creators of the light, who,
    • What then, do these Archangels preserve! They guard the beginnings,
    • was previously there. ‘Archangeloi’ ‘Messengers of
    • makes us feel one with it. The Archangels preserve the memorial of
    • by the Archangels who preserve for later ages what took place at the
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    • back by the Archangels in the form of light, but also that smoke
    • space extending as far as the Archangels. Let us further picture in
    • ancient Saturn, with the Archai or Spirits of Time, and there is no
    • of the renouncing by God of the sacrifice offered by the patriarch.
    • significant picture of the offering made by the old patriarch, the
    • Archangels sending hack the light; and so on. And when in our next
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    • more intense the search. And is it not like a voice expressing itself
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    • Hierarchies — we should find that they do not know death in the
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    • conscientious occult research aiming to penetrate the laws of
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    • hierarchies, from the Spirits of Form downwards. The right
    • the cosmic hierarchies. The human being which has evolved
    • cosmic hierarchies. If you visualize the essential nature of
    • then you have the body of cosmic hierarchies (drawing on the
    • hierarchies and it comes through the whole essential human
    • being, which is the image of the hierarchies.
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    • us from March this year. And humanity will have to learn, and
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    • resulted when the Archangel Michael drove the dragon, that is
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    • one hierarchy or another? Those are the questions we ask, and
    • members of the hierarchy of the Angels have been active among
    • times Michael, the spirit from the hierarchy of Archangels
    • Goethe drew a diagram of his archetypal plant and Schiller
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    • Archangels — you will find some of the details in the
    • resulted on earth. Angelic spirits belonging to the hierarchy
    • of Angels served the higher hierarchy of Archangels; they did
    • members of the two hierarchies was entirely above the earthly
    • for then the members of the hierarchy of the Angels became
    • humanity was more under direct guidance from the Archangels
    • route by which the Archangels guided humanity by working with
    • relationship, on blood bonds. Both the Archangels and the
    • dwelling place of Archangels and Angels. This is changing
    • Archangels will be more involved in the nervous system. This
    • during the fifth post-Atlantean age the Archangels are
    • Archangels are somewhere in Cloud-cuckoo-land. If we were to
    • death and rebirth, we would have the realms of the Archangels
    • attraction for the regular Archangels who were seeking to
    • and less again. We might say the Archangels were directed by
    • the Archangels were most attracted to the earth. They
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    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
    • further. But scientific research was not advanced enough for this.
    • scientific research must become permeated with spirituality. But this
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    • research — even in the realm of the nature of plants — were
    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • that spiritual research shows how everything rock-like,
    • may appear to be a mere comparison, but for spiritual research it is
    • thoughts and feelings. For spiritual research the earth is a
    • contribution to research of the plant world, to say that one should
    • particularly by this research in the nineteenth century. One can
    • discovered in their research, and did not — like Raoul France or
    • in all these plants. Small structures in the starch cells are
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • purely material research are — to think of the sun merely as a
    • have those curious starch cells that orient the plant toward the
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    • those human souls who arc in the realms between death and a
    • through your larynx, — these two arc wedded and united
    • scientific research what is indeed quite justified in
    • research into Nature. Goethe comes hack to this point again
    • to refer the sense-perceived phenomena to their archetypal
    • would voice their own secrets. He wanted a Natural Research
    • Research. In Natural Research he demanded only those theories
    • archetypal phenomenon. He did not want all manner of atomic
    • realm of Natural Research to turn to the Son. We only begin
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    • parcel of the organism as a whole. Man was really able to
    • will scarcely avail the humanity of to-day. Precisely in
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    • development of the world, anthroposophical spiritual research
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    • Spiritual Research, the 9th of 10 lectures in the series entitled:
    • Spiritual Research, Methods and Results, and the 1st of 4 lectures
    • Methods of Spiritual Research,
    • Spiritual Research, Methods and Results, and
    • more and more scarce; also, the number of those grew more and
    • more scarce who felt the need for such teachings and wished to
    • aim at this even in biological research, in the investigation of
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    • the sphere of external, natural-scientific research and so well
    • external scientific research.
    • of anthroposophical research from an anthroposophical standpoint,
    • anthroposophical research (I hope that my three lectures will
    • attitude of anthroposophical spiritual research. The spiritual
    • Anthroposophical research seeks to develop these forces which
    • in which we live in anthroposophical research, we are no longer
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    • We must rise to the conviction that it is a farce to keep them up
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
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    • the last gods of the godly hierarchy reaching down to the earth
    • existence this divine archetypal principle which could be
    • a return to the archetypal principle of the Father and it comes
    • archetypal, creative principle of the Father. Man does not yet
    • of research and we waited patiently until the human souls that
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    • important than the search for the causes of what happens to-day is
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    • the 1850's. He searched for them in the area around Pressburg, and
    • is certainly one that proceeds from the most serious search for truth.
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    • prepared to state that historical research will, however unwillingly,
    • While the Indians searched mystically in the inner self to find
    • enlarge the circle, we have further to go, and the curve of the arc
    • the arc eventually becomes a straight line; thereafter both lines
    • of countless examples of physical research, then the key-note of our
    • Plutarch, for instance, says that Zarathustra teaches the worship of
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    • grows deeper still when we find that even external research has
    • physical evidence is still available. According to external research
    • external documents have told us in recent Egyptian research (if we
    • in search of some form of language, some kind of script in which to
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • loving work as architect, sculptor, and painter, was completely
    • loving work as architect, sculptor, and painter, was completely
    • higher Hierarchies. That is our inner world. And between death and
    • higher Hierarchies. Were we in the spiritual world to perceive inwardly
    • only the world of the higher Hierarchies, we would never find ourselves.
    • Hierarchies, Archangels? What is there in physical life that is like a
    • higher Hierarchies; looking out from within, becoming one with ourself.
    • spiritual speaking — with the beings of the higher Hierarchies.
    • Hierarchies? Nevertheless is it not true that whoever understands how to
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    • we have to say that man's search for knowledge has to be pursued in the
    • scarcely anything is distinguishable — where indeed the only thing
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    • and dates from March and April of 1903. The title of these
    • 26th March, 1903  
    • Pasteur's researches there can be no doubt that the former
    • derived from an archetype, into which life was breathed by
    • thinking, which underlies the researches of Natural Science of
    • direction he must search, even if a difference of opinion exists
    • should — that the one subject of research be approached
    • valuable results of his. researches.” And the same as the
    • The researches
    • lower kind of souls? We search in nature for conditions by means
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    • that date from October, 1910 through March of 1911. There are also
    • that date from October, 1910 through March of 1911. There are also
    • from the decaying carcase of an ox; wasps from a donkey's
    • carcase, etc. That was all nicely set out. Exactly in the
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    • universal among men as a result of earnest search for the
    • research in the past have always given to mankind the
    • great idea of the architect celebrated a resurrection and he
    • wishes to embrace the archetype of Helena with sensual
    • — that is the lesson Faust must learn. The archetype of
    • therein the archetype of the soul. That form is nothing else
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    • I searched through that which in the human breast
    • is architected is something great without which the world
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    • Architektenhaus in Berlin,
    • Berlin, Architektenhaus,
    • Architektenhaus in Berlin,
    • Berlin, Architektenhaus
    • or such an institute, where scientific methods of research
    • Parchments and Writings which had originated with
    • “This is proved by physical research. Wherever we see a
    • the metamorphosis of the primal archetypal plant (Urpflanze).
    • Primal Archetypal plant. What did Goethe mean by that? He
    • applies to the primal archetypal animal in all animals.
    • Giordano Bruno and Goethe, and search for the root principle
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    • the spiritual regions, the world of the hierarchies, of which
    • method of research, stimulated by the Darwinian impulse, was
    • evidence of paleontology and other archaeological records
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • which have been revealed by the researches of the nineteenth
    • research. They cast a veil over the real nature of the facts.
    • side by side with spiritual research. When we consider this
    • modern research would cease. Here, Goethe may be our great
    • great that the hall could scarcely contain it.
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    • strong and sincere searcher for truth as Schopenhauer, we
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    • but scarcely any more would have happened to him in this life
    • the searchlights which illumine life's situations. Now you will
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    • Archangeloi, Archai and Exusiai, ... and with those human
    • the world to-day must have according to its Archai, this or
    • Archduke Franz Ferdinand. I do not say that that is wrong, I do
    • 1913, that the Archduke Franz Ferdinand would be murdered in
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • Hierarchies, including the Angels, Archangels, Archai, Exusiai
    • He rises to the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai, etc.
    • above the Angeloi, Archangeloi and the rest. Those above all
    • Hierarchies and Beings is a lapse into some old Polytheism, or,
    • through Angels, Archangels or the like. Many people hold that
    • are only looking up to an Angel-being. You may search through
    • Take to begin with the Beings of the lowest Hierarchies: the
    • Archai (or Spirits of Personality as we have called them),
    • Archangeloi (Archangels) and Angeloi (Angels). Thereafter comes
    • Archai
    • Archangeloi
    • Archangels
    • we have often described before. We know that the Archai or
    • Beings whom we call Archangels. Their mission is to bring about
    • this must be borne in mind. Not until we come to the Archangels
    • Archangel who guides the communities of men.
    • even looking up to an Archangel. By this untrue conception he
    • of the spiritual Hierarchies, for then one knows that the
    • Hierarchy of Angeloi.
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    • And on the arch above the closed portal
    • Impatiently I list, can scarce conceal
    • Our spirit hears a word scarce comprehended:
    • In him I scarce as virtue may denote
    • Whose destiny we scarcely can believe,
    • A cross-arched vault rose sternly from the ground,
    • be found the spiritual archetypes of the things here on earth.
    • Mysterious 'tis and scarce to be construed,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • concerned yourselves with researches into the Akashic Record, with
    • Sun. These Beings are the Archangeloi or Archangels who are two
    • called the Spirits of Personality or Archai underwent their human
    • day. To summarize: the First Beginnings, the Archai, were men on Old
    • Saturn, the Archangels or Archangeloi were men on Old Sun, the Angels
    • Buddhi. These Archangels, therefore, are Beings who are two stages
    • Beings, the Spirits of Personality (Archai). They are at a still
    • higher stage than the Archangels, a stage which man will reach in a
    • can already do this today are the Archangels or Archangeloi. They are
    • Life Spirit. If you imagine such Beings who are at the Archangel
    • stage among the spiritual Hierarchies, you will then have an idea of
    • Archangels or Archangeloi. We shall see how they, for their part,
    • by one of the Archangels. All that the individual members of a nation
    • perform or undertake is inspired by them, i.e. the Archangels. Hence
    • individual Archangels. If we have a Clear mental picture of how in
    • activity we have already described as the activity of the Archangels.
    • Beings, the Archai, who underwent their human stage on Old Saturn and
    • epoch, another Spirit of Personality, another of the Archai, takes
    • a particular form — language, architecture, art or science may
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
    • Archangels and Time Spirits.
    • Archangelic Beings, in proof of this. Furthermore these Beings must
    • research find evidence for the existence of the etheric body of these
    • Archangelic Beings? And how are we to understand this work? You all
    • influence. The Archangels who embody the spiritual laws cannot
    • the Archangels cannot take effect. They are not sufficiently advanced
    • how does the activity of the Archangels, the Folk Souls, work into
    • the Archangel, how does he work into the people who inhabit this
    • true Archangels or Folk Spirits.
    • Archangelic Beings, who are the real Spirits of the indigenous groups
    • people, for if the Archangel, the guiding Folk Spirit, did not
    • stage upon which the Archangels meet with yet other Beings who
    • cooperate with the Archangels and, so to speak, work in conjunction
    • find, strange to relate, besides the Archangelic Beings already
    • described, other mysterious Beings who are related to the Archangels
    • them, in that they are more potent Beings than the Archangels
    • potent influence. From our general knowledge of the Hierarchies we
    • You must think of the sequence of the Hierarchies of Spirits in the
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    • those Archangelic Beings of whom we have spoken in the two preceding
    • progressive evolution of these Archangelic Beings, this Folk Spirit
    • Soul, Intellectual Soul, Spiritual Soul; in the Archangelic Beings,
    • consciousness of the Archangels works. They do not perceive the
    • the Archangels are not Beings who are limited to mathematical
    • Archangels in terms of abstractions, such as the truths of
    • the Folk Spirits. From this you may infer that the Archangels are not
    • of that world, is a world unknown to the Archangels. If you exclude,
    • which does not concern the Archangels. The question then is: what
    • facet of consciousness is still common to man and the Archangels, to
    • the Sentient Soul is of no importance to the Archangels; they cannot
    • sensations has no significance for the Archangels. That which is
    • the Archangels. But in the Intellectual Soul of man there are,
    • Archangels. We are fully aware of this when we see, for example, how
    • arc passionately devoted. But we must not only glow with enthusiasm
    • them in the intellectual or Mind-Soul. Artistic and architectural
    • the Archangels can penetrate into the inner being of man and this
    • soul-life of the Archangel first begins with the existence of its
    • the soul-life of this Archangelic Being may possess what we call
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    • intervention of the normal and abnormal Archangels down to the
    • Hierarchies and especially their intervention in the activity of the
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    • Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
    • Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
    • of Form, and a people the product of a normal and abnormal Archangel;
    • and we now understand how the Beings of the spiritual Hierarchies
    • an understanding of the Hierarchies of which man is the lowest
    • Hierarchical ladder. Below him are the three kingdoms of nature, the
    • Archangels and the Archai or First Beginnings. This is the Hierarchy
    • immediately above man — the third Hierarchy. The second
    • Hierarchy is as follows:
    • we have the highest of the three Hierarchies — the first
    • Hierarchy:
    • fundamentally the work of the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • the first (highest) Hierarchy. It is to the unique cooperative
    • activity of these two Hierarchies that we owe the configuration of
    • With thunder-march, his orb completing
    • last of the Beings of the Second Hierarchy are the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • formative Light, the trinity of the second Hierarchy, are working
    • in from universal space. The highest of the Hierarchies, the Seraphim, the
    • the Earth. The third Hierarchy (the Hierarchy immediately above man)
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    • different Hierarchies have to coordinate their forces in such a way
    • Spiritual Hierarchies. [This
    • Spiritual Hierarchies and their Reflection in the physical World. Zodiac, Planets, Cosmos.]
    • cooperation of the Hierarchies is involved and we must envisage the
    • yesterday as the highest Hierarchy, as raying outward from the Earth.
    • Hierarchies in the lecture-course given at Dusseldorf, in which a
    • Hierarchies. These things are by no means so simple, and in order to
    • of these Hierarchies are reflected in the elements of Earth
    • rank of the Hierarchies — had decided to remain behind, the
    • found in Southern Asia and in the direction of the Malay Archipelago.
    • blood stream of the Patriarchs. Whatsoever works in the blood,
    • sculpture and architectonic forms. We have here indicated the very
    • Hierarchy of the abnormal Spirits of Form, races whom we must name
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    • various Hierarchies guide and direct events upon our Earth and
    • these Hierarchies themselves undergo evolution or development. We
    • spoke of how the Beings of a particular Hierarchy intervene in order
    • Archangels, certain Beings of the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi,
    • advance to the rank of the Archai or Time Spirits. This is a most
    • Archangels in our terminology, rise to a higher rank, only then do we
    • guidance of an Archangel. But these Archangels who were the spiritual
    • the Far East for that movement of peoples whose Archangel was the
    • post-Atlantean civilization after their Archangel had been promoted
    • to be the first Time Spirit or Archai-being of the post-Atlantean
    • of Archangels.
    • from West to East had long been under the guidance of Archangels when
    • the Archangel of India had already risen to the rank of an
    • Archai-being who then worked through intuition upon those great
    • India were still under the guidance of the Archangel. After the Time
    • the Old Persian epoch the Archangel became the Spirit of Personality,
    • example of an Archangel, a Folk Soul who has risen to the rank of
    • experiencing the same situation today) namely, that the Archangels,
    • the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, the Archangel of the Egyptian people and
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    • the present day. Therefore the results of the extensive research in
    • can scarcely understand the fundamental character of Teutonic
    • including also the Angels, the Folk Spirits or Archangels and Time
    • and Archangels on the human souls had become a matter of complete
    • Archangels and Angels and all those spiritual Beings who were active,
    • in the second Hierarchy, the Spirits of Wisdom or Dominions. These
    • the Angels and the Archangels in the human soul which the Northern
    • Angels and Archangels in the development of their soul-life. On the
    • of this whole world, the working of the Angels and Archangels, both
    • Angels and Archangels upon the human soul. If we do not approach
    • recollection of the activity of the Angels and Archangels, but they
    • the Angels or Archangels, but at the same time men were able to look
    • They arc prepared to accept the materialistic civilization of the
    • Angels and Archangels into the soul of man, but even at the time when
    • activity of the Angels and Archangels who were still active in their
    • man's soul by the Angels and Archangels. They were aware of
    • of the Angels and Archangels whom they called the Aesir. They were
    • the Beings who as Angels and Archangels were concerned with the ‘I’
    • abnormal Angels and Archangels, this had to be experienced by the
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    • Search
    • the Archangel of Speech, the Archangel of the Runes, Odin,
    • the Archangel of Respiration, and
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    • under the guidance of its Folk Soul, its Archangel. This was the
    • architects of the world. Hegel's philosophy is the final, the
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    • from the spiritual research of our time. Now this is also one of the
    • reasons why we may hope that the Folk Spirit, the Archangel, who
    • and modern spiritual research with the capacities he has developed
    • over the centuries and that henceforth modern spiritual research will
    • divine-spiritual Beings, those Archangels who directed the union of
    • Mystery Schools. Thus in the guiding Archangel or Folk Spirit of the
    • not apparent from the external point of view today, the Archangel of
    • research today shows us that after Kali Yuga has run its course
    • Spiritual Science or spiritual research. We are told that in the
    • Archangel Odin, the old clairvoyant powers, cannot save man;
    • understand. We hope that those forces which the Archangel of the
    • discover in the realm of the Nordic and Germanic Archangels a source
    • religious research, it is all one to me. The more you test them, the
    • characteristics. The Teutonic Archangel will bring to the whole field
    • man, Angel and Archangel, but were to support the convictions of one
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    • have. But this archetypal religion was inwardly very strong, very
    • But this archetypal
    • with the archetypal mother of all culture.
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • archetypal mother, out of whom what is born elementally becomes
    • that archetypal force with all its fruitful efficacy when it is not
    • mere asceticism, but embraces humanity's archetypal love. On
    • Chastity, which is at the same time archetypal love in all its
    • throughout the space into which this pregnant archetypal drama is
    • still permeate our modern life; though those archetypal currents, the
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    • modern man can scarcely believe it. Think of all that I have told you
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    • very short-sighted, it scarcely gives a thought to anything beyond
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    • human soul, within the microcosm; in actual life we can scarcely
    • humanity was much more directly subject to the Archangels or
    • Archangeloi. One may say that the Persian, the Zarathustra culture,
    • was guided by Archangels just as the Egypto-Chaldean culture was
    • and his pupils were inspired by Archangels, Amshaspands. If we go
    • were inspired by a still higher hierarchy, they were inspired by the
    • Spirits of Personality, the Principalities, the Archai, who of course
    • used the Archangels and the Angels as their instruments, but who at
    • lower ranks of hierarchies intervene in the spiritual guidance of
    • mankind. First in the Indian epoch the highest rank, the Archai or
    • hierarchy, the Archangels, and in the Egyptian epoch the Beings who
    • this was so because the guiding hierarchies slackened the reins,
    • hierarchies. He is an all-embracing, cosmic, universal Being. Just as
    • evolution, so for the Beings of the higher hierarchies corresponding
    • something about for all these Beings of the higher hierarchies. How
    • higher worlds. In the same way the Archangels, who when they acted as
    • sixth epoch they will appear as Christ-filled Beings. The Archai, the
    • for the Beings of these four hierarchies—not only for man, but
    • also for Angels, Archangels and Archai — the Christ-event
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    • to the part played by the higher hierarchies in the spiritual
    • the higher hierarchies the ancient Greeks regarded their gods as
    • where in the ranks of the hierarchies the Greeks themselves placed
    • consciousness of being under a divine hierarchy which in its own
    • Hebrew people. Union with the hierarchy of the Elohim is life, and
    • union with any other hierarchy would mean turning away from this
    • the domination of a hierarchy which is seeking to lay hold of the
    • their divine hierarchies were not able to incarnate directly upon the
    • the hierarchy to which Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto belonged there was no
    • could not discover when he looked up to the hierarchies of the upper
    • of the Zeus hierarchy. He is the son of Zeus and Persephone, a
    • very nature allied with the Zeus hierarchy. Because of this, ancient
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    • procession of Dionysos, which I have called a march of civilisation,
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    • the archetypal wisdom in a form suitable for the human
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    • of the higher hierarchies were working within it. At that time man
    • as yet in a more rarefied condition. All that the higher hierarchies
    • forces which through the spiritual Beings of the higher hierarchies
    • hierarchies penetrated into man from below; these forces which,
    • physically, the archetypal Phantom which today only appears in
    • must study man's archetypal Phantom as a super-sensible form.
    • archetypal Phantom, which arose as the result of the Saturn, Sun and
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    • hierarchies, have laboured. Indeed when through clairvoyant
    • spiritual hierarchies. But when through the serious cultivation of
    • hierarchies have been at work upon us, we learn how our physical,
    • the hierarchies, we learn how cosmic Spirits have been at work in
    • how the spiritual hierarchies have laboured, and how man is the goal
    • Spirits of Wisdom and the Archangels, during the Moon evolution the
    • various hierarchies. But even today the half unconscious part of us
    • hierarchies, have helped men to carry out such activities as create
    • activity of the hierarchies, who have worked into us from without,
    • which had no prior disposition to speech. The archetypal man had of
    • the spiritual hierarchies.
    • hierarchies are labouring and aspiring.
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • especially when March comes, the limestone becomes — we may say
    • ensoul the limestone — to permeate it with soul. So, when March
    • March approaches, and down below the Ahrimanic beings are at work,
    • March comes on. They hope to change the whole Earth into a delicate
    • camel and then like something else. When March comes, he sees in the
    • be attained when the whole architectural scheme is completed and what
    • I have described exists in architectural and sculptured form, and when
    • this architecture, and in the
    • there is no sculpture and no architecture which — if it
    • action it embodies. At Easter this architecture and sculpture would
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • growing crystal forms, are searchingly surveyed. Here it is that from
    • this way, there would have to be an arched or vaulted background,
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • WORKING TOGETHER OF THE FOUR ARCHANGELS
    • there rings out a wonderful saying which is scarcely at all understood,
    • Archangel, at Michaelmas Raphael works in human beings —
    • Christmas Archangel. He is then the cosmic Spirit; we have to look up
    • Archangels — permeate the universe in harmony, working and
    • Archangel to another, while at the same time each Archangel
    • cosmic Archangel, while below at man's side is Uriel, carrying cosmic
    • Archangel Beings who, in conjunction with the forces of nature,
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    • that anyone who studies the march of Christianity through
    • that are still valid to-day — down to Marcus Aurelius,
    • its victorious march through the world.
    • with open hearts, as if it were part and parcel of their own
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    • research may first of all be directed to this event, for as we
    • research to which I have devoted myself, many things can only
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    • by those Beings of the Spiritual Hierarchies known as the
    • Archangeloi, the Archangels. An Initiate of the fifth degree
    • the Archangeloi. Such Initiates of the fifth degree were needed
    • to the fifth degree, the gaze of the Archangeloi was directed
    • the Archangeloi read what was needful for this people. To
    • enable the Archangeloi to lead the people aright, there must be
    • as it were, into the sphere of the Archangeloi, what is
    • whole onward march of evolution. Not only has a people to be
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    • Beings of the higher Hierarchies but of demonic powers. He also
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    • the Spirits of the higher Hierarchies. And He felt that there
    • Hierarchies but to the one supreme Spirit: “Our Father in
    • distance separates the culture of our times from this search
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • activity of the beings of the next higher hierarchy, the hierarchy of
    • World. The search for the Holy Grail (six lectures, Leipzig, 28th
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    • research is a transformation of human thinking. Any impartial
    • has actually become the servant, the mere tool of research.
    • become seriously involved with the research methods both
    • thinking. By so doing, it suggests a method of research that
    • insistence on serious research, has rightly turned away
    • genuine mood of enquiry which is there in scientific research
    • research and observation if we wish to move up from the
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    • true research. It can say: far-reaching appear to us the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • to history. For most people, of course, the search for their
    • below. And human observation can scarcely presume to gain
    • the intimate experiences of spiritual research that we see in
    • for scientific research, and to which we now train ourselves by
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    • research methods. On the one hand, it desires to preserve
    • here as befitting a modern search for the spiritual world. I
    • of marching through life fondly contemplating our own capacity
    • research, could not avoid the inner dissonance and
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    • a kind of patriarchal autocracy. This is pervaded, not only by
    • today describe the priestly hierarchies as ruling by teaching
    • and (based on blood) something patriarchal entered
    • Eastern life as a whole. We can only discuss this patriarchal
    • the Oriental priestly hierarchies. For this reason, no doubt,
    • here we may conclude that the theocratic and patriarchal
    • patriarchal essence, and the agrarian system. We can see, for
    • appendage to the patriarchal administration of human affairs.
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • Working with Sculptural Architecture — 2.
    • Working with Sculptural Architecture II.
    • the deeds of the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, a real raising of
    • a member of the higher Hierarchies. To allow oneself to be thought,
    • pictured, perceived by the higher hierarchies; this is the principle
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    • Working with Sculptural Architecture II.
    • within the deeds of the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, a real
    • a thought, a member of the higher Hierarchies. To allow oneself to
    • be thought, pictured, perceived by the higher hierarchies, this is
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    • name held in Hamburg, 2 March 1908.
    • researcher, too shortsighted. In order to judge these things it
    • of 2 March 1908 in Die Welträtsel und die Anthroposophie
    • Steiner's private library (Archives of the Rudolf Steiner Estate
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    • cannot think of Greek architecture without feeling that its
    • Whoever studies deeply the Greek style of architecture will
    • find that the achievement of this pure Greek architectural
    • the wonderful statics of Greek architecture; it lives in that
    • inward compactness or completeness of Greek architecture,
    • [Geist der Erde] he created his statics of architecture.
    • Golgotha, new architectural forms. We see that man has
    • architecture. Mediaeval architecture, again, is spiritualised,
    • Gothic architecture that aspires to heaven. I should have to
    • in Gothic architecture lives also in Dürer and
    • rather the attempt everywhere to imbue potential architectural
    • architectural function, which originate in human design and are
    • thought and an architectural thought, and yet no power to
    • where pillars have shapes which are not architectural, but
    • spontaneous architectural necessity, by which plastic art
    • and painting grow out of the architecture with inevitable
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    • sets one by the side of another, and scarcely takes into
    • in all plants, the archetype in all individual plants. You know
    • In Goethe's lifetime research in Natural Science was
    • to-day is considered to be a research relying on external
    • which works only on the ground like human research, human reason,
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    •  Scarce a breath,
    • of research, and did not seek to know immediately ‘how one
    • universe. Through a patient sacrificial resigned search, the fruits
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    • He read a passage in Plutarch, where is described how the
    • in the spiritual world. And so Euphorion, though scarce conceived,
    • supernatural, scarcely guessable things, unless I gave my poetic
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • the highest realm, the First Hierarchy: Seraphim, Cherubim,
    • Thrones; then the Second Hierarchy: Kyriotetes, Dynamis,
    • Exusiai; and the Third Hierarchy: Archai, Archangels,
    • Hierarchy. Asia he perceived in his ordinary waking-dream
    • the Third Hierarchy. And from time to time there entered into
    • of the Angels, Archangels and Archai and live among them. The
    • Beings of the higher Hierarchies.
    • the Third Hierarchy in the planetary existence, in all that
    • Hierarchy, but only when a still deeper condition of sleep
    • Hierarchy impressed itself deep into the whole being of man.
    • these ancient peoples speak of that Hierarchy which embraces
    • sleeping-waking and the sleep, in which the Third Hierarchy
    • Hierarchy played into human consciousness.
    • Second Hierarchy. Knowing the world bereft of God, he learned
    • Hierarchy, there they would meet some Being from the Kingdom of
    • in the search for an adjustment between young races and old
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • the entry of the Divine-spiritual Hierarchies, even as to-day
    • knew that Angels, Archangels and other Beings up to the highest
    • Hierarchies are themselves spiritual substance that penetrates
    • coming from the Hierarchies. And as a burden, or rather as a
    • Spiritual Beings of the higher Hierarchies; for, as I told you
    • based on the archives of the Temple in Babylon. In cuneiform script
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • the ancient Mysteries, we to-day can scarcely form any idea.
    • similar experience regarding the search after Truth. They
    • scarcely be able to experience anything but quite abstract
    • Archangels, etc., and above them again, the Exusiai and the
    • rest of the Hierarchies. Of all this one could still have as it
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    • that yet remained to man of the old time of the Gods. Scarcely
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  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • the Beings of the hierarchy of Dynamis, Exusiai and Kyriotetes.
    • by the second Hierarchy.
    • again can only be created by Beings of the third Hierarchy
    • — the Archai, Archangeloi and Angeloi.
    • Hierarchy — the Kyriotetes, Exusiai, Dynamis. Inasmuch as
    • Earth but to this Hierarchy. And as you live and move in
    • Hierarchy of Archai, Archangeloi and Angeloi.
    • bodies which united him with the Hierarchies. For he felt how,
    • Hierarchy; through the water of the earth, with the second
    • Hierarchy; and through the atmosphere, with the third
    • Hierarchy. And it was plain to him that he is an inhabitant of
    • you looked upon the forms of the columns and of the architrave,
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the two things needed by the spiritual researcher who wants to
    • make research in the anthroposophical way, the first is the
    • Anthroposophy one must be an anthroposophical researcher; to
    • must be a spiritual researcher; to understand Anthroposophy one
    • idea appeared to build a home for Anthroposophy? An architect
    • is very soon noticed by the anthroposophical researcher.
    • wishes to hold as the result of spiritual research. What is
    • possible simply to go to an architect and say: Build us a
    • a beautiful way with the lines of the architraves, the lines of
    • the inner architecture, the inside sculpture and painting
    • building was created in its architecture, in its sculpture, in
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    • his Ego end Astral body what we cull the third Hierarchy, the
    • Hierarchy of the Angels, Archangels and Archai.
    • as the Angels, Archangels and Archai, he does not experience
    • Hierarchy to which I have just referred. But if he were really to
    • himself the Beings of the Angels, Archangels and the Time-Spirits.
    • Hierarchy of the Angels did not work into our and Astral body, we
    • because the Hierarchy of the Angels work into our Spiritual,
    • Because the Hierarchy of the Archangels work
    • We might also say, that because these Arch-Angelic Beings shine
    • And because the Beings of the Archai, the
    • Arch-Angels, who bring this about, stand further away from us than
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • about by the various Beings of the 3rd Hierarchy, the Archai, the
    • human soul and spirit-being by the Beings of the third Hierarchy,
    • connection with the Beings of the third Hierarchy. That comes from
    • living interchange with the Beings of the third Hierarchy. In the
    • Hierarchy, and because he knew: — “My soul is not
    • bound up with the Beings of the third Hierarchy,
    • the third Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be
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    • the march of events. Whereas head-clairvoyance is effected
    • the lower hierarchies, such as those incorporated in the
    • fundamentally the case right up to the highest hierarchies,
    • and if we wish to experience angel, archangel, or even
    • archai, it must be the same, we must live in our thoughts in
    • thoughts of the Hierarchies in us, but twist accustom
    • ourselves to live with our heads in the higher Hierarchies.
    • hierarchies.
    • the higher Hierarchies. We have to be taken up by the world
    • of the higher Hierarchies, and we must strip off the fear of
    • thus living and weaving in the higher Hierarchies.
    • of life in the higher Hierarchies. Human beings carried this
    • of the higher Hierarchies; otherwise, some devilish Saturn or
    • is if the higher Hierarchies played into them. A
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    • which one or another historian, after having searched through
    • strove to search for life where it had not been besmirched by
    • and it was really this work that led the Archduke of Weimar to take
    • research scientist. We have here, not a one-sided scientist,
    • the "archetypal plant" over the broadest area and was able to
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    • contact with painting and the art of the theater while scarcely
    • reason that they really must astonish us. I scarcely know
    • the metamorphosis of plants and animals, the archetypal plant
    • something that is scarcely understood at all at present; how he
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    • Further research in this direction will reveal the way to what
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    • soul. The general area in which research ought to be done is no
    • research would yield the proper results only if they were able
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    • place in accordance with the spirit of our age, with the arc
    • Angels, Archangels, Archai, Exusiai, and also with those humans
    • sorts of things that have to do with searching out the secrets
    • be in relation to its Archai after this or that has happened in
    • war as being connected with the murder of the Archduke Franz
    • of January 1913, the statement appeared that the Archduke Franz
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    • number of hierarchies that embrace beings standing above man in
    • hierarchies embracing the angels, archangels, archai, exusiai,
    • ascends into the kingdoms of the angels, archangels, archai,
    • place in this super-sensible space, i.e., the angels, archangels
    • declare that this knowledge of the spiritual hierarchies and
    • mediation of angels, archangels, and so forth. Many people
    • fix our attention first on the beings of the lowest hierarchies
    • archai (spirits of personality, as we have also named them),
    • archangels and angels — then comes man, the animal kingdom,
    • explained in order to know that the archai, the spirits of
    • those beings whom we call archangels whose mission is to
    • fact that it is only the archangels who are beings who control
    • angel. He does not even ascend to the archangel who guides
    • while really not looking up even to an archangel, he deadens
    • God and that is to acknowledge the spiritual hierarchies. We
    • any higher than to the hierarchy of the angels.
    • one's connection with the hierarchy of the archangels and that
    • of the archai. The misinterpretation of the angel, which is
    • of the human being to the hierarchy of the archangels, we
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    • into contact with the spirits of the higher hierarchies; most
    • particularly with those belonging to the hierarchy of the
    • archai, the spirits of time. Since this particular ancestor was
    • of the time spirits, the archai.
    • archangels; even Zeus in Greek mythology possessed archangelic
    • who control the guidance of different peoples, the archangels.
    • archangels, follows after ancestral worship.
    • his or her own angel, rather than an archangel. They descend
    • then, could the ancient peoples still worship archai,
    • archangels, and angels? They could do so because they still
    • next subordinate hierarchy, man himself. When we recall how the
    • far that they now no longer prayed to archai, archangels, or
    • worship of angels, archangels, archai, and even that of man in
    • individual mysticism to find angels, archangels, even archai,
    • completely, we should see behind him the angel, the archangel,
    • the archai, but they all express themselves in what the person
    • is. It is because the archangel and the archai stand behind the
    • brought into humanity by these three hierarchies. But the
    • coming not only from archai, archangels and angels, but from
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    • image. It is the archetype, the prototype, but there is a
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    • higher hierarchies. And were you able to see correctly and
    • spirits of the higher hierarchies pushing in their
    • successive ranks of the hierarchies.
    • hierarchies. To talk of the higher self without paying heed
    • angels, archangels and so on, to speak of the higher self
    • the higher hierarchies of whom we have so often spoken. Only
    • the higher hierarchies are working together on these souls.
    • not fixed on the hierarchies. It was thus that they spoke up
    • related to the higher hierarchies — these concepts have
    • them in the place of Angels, Archangels, Archai, Spirits of
    • hierarchies. You have it with the Greeks where everything is
    • flowing of hierarchies, the purely material in the continuous
    • hierarchies were living, that in each man the hierarchies
    • were living a different life. Thus the hierarchies were
    • hierarchies. And because the cosmic thoughts arose
    • man as descending from the hierarchies, divine man; in place
    • but what I then called social carcinoma that had to end in
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    • of what they were in search of, — took over from the
    • consumption gradually becomes anarchic; it runs wild; and one
    • more, and a very searching question, which has been put:
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    • State-architects, — and their relations with the legal
    • the social State. And the same with the State-architects: it
    • Government-architects, since one is talking here on the basis
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    • research of the present time views it. What has modern
    • historical research grown accustomed to? What has Karl
    • research? He found what has evolved on the pattern of
    • scientific method. And in the 19th century historical research
    • satisfaction in historical research — that the
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    • is justified to confuse anthroposophical research with
    • scientific research, the possibilities which this research
    • we use the methods of scientific research, observation of the
    • come to the conviction that this research has its limits. It
    • who takes the search for the eternal as seriously as the
    • scientific research should have nothing to do.
    • starting point for genuine research. Having learned about the
    • reach. Serious and exact researchers do indeed already speak
    • anthroposophical research does. First we have to consider the
    • anthroposophical research we shall be principally concerned in
    • be developed in Anthroposophy as an instrument of research. The
    • here, is no simpler than research in an observatory, in
    • research works in a direction through which it can become fully
    • Here you see at once, that anthroposophical research goes in
    • thought in anthroposophical research. If a man develops
    • result of anthroposophical research appears before the soul's
    • which has great importance for further research. One becomes
    • reach beyond the first result of anthroposophical research, the
    • hallucinations. A spiritual researcher in the
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    • happens within the soul, which in its search for a solution to
    • thought and research in more recent times. This will be
    • Once again, anyone initiated into the ways of modern research
    • famous, in the following way: Exact research on the individual
    • result of his research on — as he calls his book, —
    • research has brought to light in order to prove that what
    • present-day position of biological research shows that a study
    • home in real scientific research and who does not know how
    • objective research, nor analytical research into scientific
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    • painting, in sculpture, and even in architecture must live
    • march of this Aestheticising making itself felt, especially
    • Bismarck, the Man of Political Successes,
    • right as far as could be seen externally, to call Bismarck a
    • Grimm regarded Bismarck as a tower of practical excellence.
    • But the World War catastrophe has taught us that Bismarck was
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    • certain relationship of Spiritual Beings, of the Hierarchies.
    • Hierarchies, such as the elementary Beings in the three
    • kingdoms of mature, or man himself, or the Hierarchies next
    • Hierarchies, to whom man can elevate himself when he can
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    • kingdoms of the hierarchies of the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai. No one has the right to speak of animal kingdom,
    • spirits of the hierarchies of the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai had a living interest in occupying themselves with
    • hierarchies looked upon it as their ideal to arrive at a
    • hierarchical order this particular interest is wiped out. Man
    • of the higher hierarchies, nor of man's image being perfected
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    • Angels, Archangels and Archai. It is not correct to speak of
    • the three higher kingdoms of Angels, Archangels and Archai.
    • things are realities. The .Angels, Archangels and Archai,
    • hierarchies to obtain a perfect human figure and this was not
    • working on him. The spiritual beings of the Hierarchies
    • higher Hierarchies had in completing a perfect image of man,
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    • of vision, the three hierarchies of of the Angels, Archangels
    • and Archai. The world is full of real substance. It is no
    • the spiritual beings of the three Hierarchies immediately
    • ascent from below upwards the activities of the Archangels;
    • to movement of the Archai, the forces of the Time Spirits. By
    • which the activities of the higher Hierarchies are to be
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    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • distinct in itself. Architecture differs from music,
    • architectonic forms and proportions, into what the architect
    • architectural proportions and harmonies. It can be said that
    • architect thinks and which he elaborates: Thinking as it is
    • thinking, he feels related with what the architect creates.
    • feels kinship with what the architect and sculptor create in
    • considering his experiences in connection with architecture
    • caricature. Whereas plastic art (architecture, sculpture) is
    • was akin to the forces underlying plastic, architectonic art.
    • architectonic principle. When the nerve current downwards
    • meets the blood-stream, architecture, sculpture are
    • proportion in architecture exists also within man's own being
    • proportions which gave rise to the architecture of antiquity
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    • 1924, does not mention the spiritual hierarchies, and is entirely in
    • hierarchies by making the salutation more abstract. He wanted this
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    • hierarchies.
    • about these beings of the higher hierarchies. Our intercourse
    • of the higher hierarchies was of a similar nature to the
    • dreaming, there is scarcely any perceptible transition between
    • the higher hierarchies who were the teachers of primeval men
    • beings of the divine hierarchies who are related to the
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • who are able to carry on occult research into such things know
    • closely, we find that his etheric body received its archetypal
    • from this, an especially precious etheric body, an archetypal
    • the capacity to think with acute and searching logic.
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    • that it be made available on the Rudolf Steiner Archive.
    • made available on the Rudolf Steiner Archive.
    • to enter into true, exact spiritual research. For there is
    • the spiritual researcher has arrived at the level I have
    • against the pain, then he will learn as a spiritual researcher
    • caught in a higher world if you are a spiritual researcher, for
    • researcher. Why have we done this?
    • only apply to those who want to be a spiritual researcher, who
    • spiritual researcher actually has these things for himself as a
    • from the spiritual researcher.
    • used to the things that the spiritual researcher has explored
    • One must be a spiritual researcher in order
    • spiritual researcher in order with complete common sense to be
    • in agreement with what the spiritual researcher says. Apart
    • that each one can be a spiritual researcher. The one who delves
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • of such research of the supersensible for humanity now and in
    • science; the results arrived at through painstaking research
    • riddles. The claim that spiritual research is scientific is
    • research is embarking an some strange investigations.) For
    • advent of the microscope had transformed all research. Now it
    • research.
    • things physical researchers are busy investigating. Who is
    • he pleaded for psychological research to be stopped. And it is
    • reports on purely physical research, he threw in remarks to
    • information of this spiritual research, thus making spiritual
    • spiritual research show clearly what is needed to ensure the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • with knowledge provided by spiritual research we delve into
    • research. This at first seems very surprising. However, as
    • further research reveals how these ancient fables and myths
    • world is therefore not complete to the spiritual researcher,
    • spiritual researcher does in regard to the whole world. The
    • interesting that modern research, with its more materialistic
    • research confirms that everything that surrounds us in the
    • spiritual historical research. You will find that every
    • research, which has already made a beginning in that
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • learned through spiritual research to look back into earlier
    • the spirit from the corporeal. When the spiritual researcher
    • being. At a certain point spiritual research differs
    • decisively from external research because spiritual
    • self-consciousness. But to spiritual research the sequence is
    • rather, Where does matter come from? Spiritual research shows
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    • benefit more from spiritual research than education, because
    • The spiritual investigator's research is not based on
    • is the architect of the physical body. The latter has
    • research makes all these subtleties understandable and throws
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • ages, thinkers searching for a world conception have
    • they are the architects and contain the formative forces. The
    • Finally, the "I" is the architect of the blood circulation.
    • might be designated as the inner architect, but the external
    • substances are the material this architect uses.
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    • which the "I," living in the blood, is the architect. Thus,
    • detailed research so that the counter-images applicable in
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • perception of the archetypal plant. The idea of the
    • archetypal plant is a product of spiritual intuition; it is a
    • archetypal plant. It must be seen so vividly and so exactly
    • search, select and experiment. However, they have the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • “I” are lifted out. Just as an architect is
    • ether body as an inner architect. The ether body holds
    • It is evident from spiritual research that the milk issues
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    • research. When an individual approaches the portals through
    • members is apparent to spiritual research, though not to the
    • recognize that spiritual research and its achievements are in
    • such a vortex. For example, we know from spiritual research
    • the search for the philosopher's stone; though what is
    • is within us is like a copy of the great archetype that
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • reach of external research, and is accessible only to
    • the archetypal drama. With reverence and awe the
    • antiquity music, drama, dance and architecture did not
    • architecture and dance have gone their independent ways. As
    • sphere that reveals his greatness as he searched for the true
    • search for the superhuman aspect of man's being, for that
    • Barbarossa journey to the East in search of the original
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • of the patriarchs, was regarded as the founder of the ancient
    • and was the father of the twelve patriarchs.
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    • Gothic architecture;
    • these associate branches an archdeacon will interpret.
    • art; arch-deacon will be Miss von Eckhardstein – and that is a
    • be published: provisional Curator Miss von Sivers. Further architectural
    • bases, capitals and architraves, until they reached the place where
    • new architectural style created by Dr.
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    • of a breast carcinoma.
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    • The research historian of
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    • vent the sarcasm of harsh criticism upon Goethe's Faust.
    • Nowadays we speak of angels, archangels, archai, and so on.
    • hierarchies.
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    • we call the search for causes is perhaps for the time being
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    • not feel able to search more deeply into the processes the
    • search for it through inner effort. Those who know
    • unknown like a thought one searches and cannot find. This will
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • March 28, 1919Dornach
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    • March 29, 1919Dornach
    • scarcely have time to attend to the most limited personal
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    • beings of the higher hierarchies are spoken of in this way as being
    • of the mingling of this hierarchical world as a whole with external
    • description of the world of the hierarchies, and the connection of the
    • individual beings of the hierarchies with nature, is concerned.
    • the divine hierarchies. There he comes to know how Ahriman and Lucifer
    • are to be contrasted with the divine hierarchies. But, my dear friends,
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    • research suitable for the present age were totally unknown in that circle.
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    • from this anthroposophical research? From very various points of view
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    • be said that the intellect that leads us quite well in our search for
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    • discover, on researching the astral world in general, certain
    • understood the astral archetypal images.
    • researching the plant, how it grows through summer and bears
    • incomprehensible when we can't research this with clairvoyant
    • of a search for something. The feeling of deprivation will also
    • archetypes of his next earthly life. How much better would he
    • to this degree is the archetype created for his future
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    • turns him to search for a revelation from the depths. Goethe's
    • and reveals that he doesn't go searching for rain worms and
    • are, in our search for a relationship to things, subject to
    • a spectacle!” No one needs to search for other ways to
    • what matters. How was this? It was so, that Goethe searched for
    • is looked for. When really searching for insight, the second
    • While Goethe's own search is so closely connected with the
    • search in mankind, I also believe that Goethe, through his
    • search for this good, without end.
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    • needs to run parallel with all real research into the areas of
    • within and search for their worth, how efficient they appear in
    • enter into the spirit of it and researching what has
    • self-knowledge lurk the worst enemies when we begin to search
    • will occupy ourselves with researching particularities of this
    • research. It is frankly not necessary to be a clairvoyant just
    • That which the researcher shares in these fields is always
    • research the supersensible regions ourselves; however,
    • wisdom is to an entire sea. How you as a result search for
    • ourselves and need to research the supersensible worlds in the
    • daily-“I,” when we search in the area of the
    • researchers who not only transformed their souls into
    • of view need be given up by the spiritual researcher. He has no
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    • ha azt kérdezik, hogy vajon a Hierarchiák nem akarják-e
    • tulajdonképpen milyen volt a Krisztus-arc és a Júdás-arc a
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    • own, some architect or other, and some artist or other would have been
    • styles of architecture; just as when they wish to make anything artistic
    • by houses, where the outer architecture would not have had to be so
    • of course necessary to so plant the outer architecture that it might
    • building and in architecture will have many objections to bring against
    • this introducing the forms of architecture into organic forms. All these
    • be able to find these architectural forms even coming of themselves
    • arches. If you study the forms of these arches you will find them so
    • building. Towards the door, where the weight is less, the arch is wider;
    • where the arch curves towards the building it bends inwards, the curve
    • is arrested. Thus the forms of the arches correspond to the distribution
    • has been made to develop structural truth, architectural truth. That
    • lies, whereas in the present-day conception of architecture there is
    • in the architecture of the interior.
    • the principle by which these columns with their capitals and architraves
    • on the other, for the Building here is in its organic architectural
    • arches which can only be understood by organic structural thinking.
    • develops into it, and that this arch could curve in any other direction
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    • idea of the inside architecture. This idea of the inside architecture
    • had been built in the old style of architecture, it would not have been
    • This inner architecture is now to be shown in contrast to the outer.
    • of the first column to the right and left, and above that the architrave.
    • as in the architrave over the capitals.
    • architecture, so that you have not the feeling that it has been added
    • grown out of the architecture. That is the fundamental principle upon
    • out of the first and where also the architrave motive is transformed
    • together with their particular architraves. You see how in the first
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • a capital nor an architrave motif can be understood by itself. They
    • the third and fourth pillars together with their architraves. We shall
    • before and especially the architrave motif is becoming more and more
    • one — together with their own architraves. Here we see how the
    • and how the architrave motif becomes extremely complicated as it develops
    • do in order to model these capitals and architraves one from another
    • or planning architecture or anything of the kind, and we think we will
    • here you see the last two pillars with their architraves. Everything
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    • which is unspiritual can scarcely do otherwise than somehow strive for
    • pillars, the architrave and the capitals, etc. In these is reflected
    • ideals in the search for knowledge. It would be unbearable to a feeling
    • that which is Luciferic and that which is Ahrimanic. This search for
    • the soul one may say: man is continually on the search for the state
    • imperfect; even the gothic architecture, when it first appeared was
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    • Some venerable parchment then if you unroll
    • that men are not trying to come to the new spiritual research
    • when spiritual research is under discussion is the one
    • research, as it is today and as it goes on into the future.
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    • friend, thou scarcely know'st” for he himself has
    • And Gothic-arched, ignoble, florid.”
    • And Gothic-arched, ignoble, florid.”
    • It irks me. Scarce 'tis ended when de novo
    • With the whole farce they start again ab ovo,
    • The ancient parchments thou'lly unroll, no doubt,
    • who had to do with ancient documents and parchments said: But
    • discover the dot over the i in his parchment. But since that
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    • Mothers; and the following particular scene in Plutarch seems
    • you may see that in the time of which Plutarch writes this
    • beyond all doubt that what Goethe read in Plutarch stirred
    • mention in Plutarch of how the world has a triangular form.
    • Thus Plutarch
    • (see diagram). According to Plutarch in the centre of this
    • red in diagram). Now out of this whole world Plutarch
    • Plutarch describes as being separated by time from the
    • therefore, you take this imagination of Plutarch's, you have
    • Plutarch.
    • Plutarch, who in a certain sense held sway over the mystery
    • calculation up to the time of Plutarch's world. We must do so
    • Plutarch lived in the fourth epoch, of Post-Atlantis,
    • Post-Atlantean epoch when Plutarch lived, we can truthfully
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    • post-Atlantean period. The latter belong to the hierarchy of
    • Archangeloi. Precisely this will be the significant aspect of
    • immediately above the hierarchy of Man — these
    • are in turn connected with still higher Hierarchies. That
    • Archangel-Beings rule. Therefore the narratives are always
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    • several beings of the higher hierarchies, as they are made
    • of these hierarchies; and were we to look deeply enough into
    • this connection of man with the hierarchies, we should perceive
    • hierarchies concerned with him intended, at the end of his
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    • never relaxed, nevertheless, for the honest searcher after
    • dear friends, the modern man of research sees everything
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    • researches of Spiritual Science, and through a spiritual kind
    • reconstruct his archetypal plant, tried to bring into a
    • the higher hierarchies, just as here the physical body comes
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    • of Moses. For each human being to search for the godly
    • wafting “I” can be perceived as the archetypal
    • within the archetypal “I,” how to recognise the
    • after-image of the archetypal divine “I” and also,
    • all other representatives of the divine, the archetypal images
    • portrayed as the archetypal-”I,” but through what
    • the “I” does, the archetypal-”I” must
    • be portrayed and how this archetypal-”I” had
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    • we could say: what do we get from spiritual scientific research
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    • gathering together the results of his researches and
    • that the answer made by Johannes Müller, who had searched
    • practical research that we find a natural science grounded in
    • research along the lines he first adopted. In the year 1867 he
    • results of Haeckel's research constitute, so to speak,
    • the archetype, yet we may trace back that creature
    • Just as the methods of research employed by physical science
    • entirely conform with those known to theosophical research.
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    • physically descended from the “archetype,” while
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    • automatic. Today we are scarcely overcome by the longing to
    • have scarcely anything other than the beating of the
    • spiritual research it can be discovered among the real things
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    • name of Sagittarius, the archer. Or again, a man might be a shepherd,
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    • the higher Hierarchies and it is correct to say that when we fall
    • is in turn connected with the Archangels, the Archangels with the
    • Archai, and so on. Our existence continues in a rich and abundant
    • for us between birth and death. This world of the higher Hierarchies
    • gifts are bestowed by the Hierarchies upon the conscious life of soul.
    • What our Angel unfolds, together with the higher Hierarchies (that is
    • to say, what the Beings of the First Hierarchy unfold together with
    • higher Hierarchies through our Angel) is for our consciousness
    • achieve a more intimate relation with the hierarchy of the Archangels
    • Archangels what he has received from us through the ‘idealistic’
    • world of the Archangels, who can then receive these experiences he has
    • Archangel for the purposes of cosmic evolution, what has been carried
    • Archangel must, under all circumstances, take place. But there is a
    • between the Angels and the Archangels or whether we only live through
    • loving sympathy into the world of the Archangels at this important
    • Man is led by the Archangels to the realm of the Archai where his life
    • is interwoven with that of all the higher Hierarchies, for through the
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    • with the world of the higher Hierarchies becomes especially noticeable
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    • Goethe, in the Weimar Schiller-and-Goethe Archives, in the Goethe
    • the Goethe Archives.]
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    • amid the ruins of the monarchy of Frederick the Great, in the midst
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    • eternal in all existence. It will lead us to the ceaseless search of
    • gathered in the name of the search for wisdom and the search for
    • transformations and incarnations in the search for life in external
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    • appeared as a result of occult research, namely, that at the
    • being approaches or deals with those facts. Thus, when we do research
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    • aspects of human living. After searching for a while, he thinks he
    • knows something; but then he searches further. And the more he
    • searches with the means normally available to-day, the more does he
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    • has no life — the archetypes, that is, of the minerals —
    • but also the archetypes of plants, animals and men in so far as their
    • more delicately organised, the archetypes of life are added: everything
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    • in those primeval days, scarcely describable in our modern language.
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    • conflict with opinions. As long as natural researchers talk, that is
    • research they are able to do in this field with physical means, and
    • researched externally. Inquiry must be made into the process of the
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    • in a linear direction. That is the archetypal form of the plant. And
    • hierarchy. Now one can differentiate in the spiritual world. Moon and
    • restore it to order again, we must search in outer nature for a
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    • we want to cure this condition? We can search outside in the mineral
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • sustained by spiritual knowledge and enriched by scientific research.
    • usually people are much too comfortable to search for the concrete;
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    • intended here is thought of as having developed out of the research
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    • conflict with opinions. As long as natural researchers talk, that is
    • research they are able to do in this field with physical means, and
    • researched externally. Inquiry must be made into the process of the
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    • we want to cure this condition? We can search outside in the mineral
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
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    • usually people are much too comfortable to search for the concrete;
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    • scarcely a faint reflection of what lived in the soul of an ancient
    • mystery of the archetypal words with which the Bible opens, and to
    • in some measure the power of these archetypal words we must disregard
    • those used by modern research.
    • reach in some measure the meaning of this archetypal word
    • before us in picture form what lives in these all-powerful archetypal
    • all-powerful archetypal words which contain such a sublime revelation
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    • place in the order of the hierarchies. You will no doubt remember,
    • that in the hierarchical order going from above downward, we distinguish,
    • know that then we come to a second hierarchy which we call the Kyriotetes
    • [Wherever possible, the designations for the hierarchies
    • Archai, or Principalities, or Spirits of Personality; of Archangeloi
    • or Archangels; of Angeloi or Angels. Those in this lowest group are
    • to man himself, as the tenth member within the hierarchical order.
    • Archai, the Spirits of Personality, were at the human stage, the
    • Archangeloi or Archangels had their human stage; and during earth
    • the hierarchies they stand four stages above the human. The
    • begin with, the question now arises, what of the other hierarchies?
    • account by the Beings whom we have called the Archai, or the Spirits
    • hierarchies. Let us once more remind ourselves that in the Elohim we
    • hierarchy next below that of the Elohim, mentioned in the Genesis
    • use of the Archai or Principalities as their servants in lesser
    • creative forces, did they not appoint other Beings such as the Archai
    • hierarchical Beings one stage lower than the Elohim, Beings whom the
    • the Archai. Thus the spiritual Beings whom we call Spirits of
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    • yom, day, we have to see a Being of the rank of the Archai,
    • And now we have to ask, who are the Beings who oppose the Archai,
    • task by the Elohim, so the backward Archai also, those Spirits of
    • was carried on by the normally advanced and the backward Archai
    • together. The backward Archai are active in the darkness. Hence the
    • Archai, who at that time had not advanced to the Sun stage. And to
    • of the backward Archai, who unite their activity with that of the
    • advanced Archai.
    • Archai to work under them, and appointed to help them those Archai
    • the backward Beings of these two hierarchies.
    • hierarchies? We distinguish among the hierarchies in descending order
    • from the Spirits of Form, first the Archai, the Spirits of
    • Personality, then the Archangeloi, the Archangels, or Fire-Spirits.
    • stand next below the rank of the Archai and who regulate life. The
    • tasks performed by the Time-Spirits, the Archai, lie a stage lower
    • activity of the Archai. But these are none other than the Archangels.
    • existence — the regulating Archangels, who are one stage lower
    • than the Archai — to intervene. While the Archai themselves are
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    • substance for Saturn. In the order of the hierarchies these spiritual
    • sacrifice by the Spirits of Will, the other hierarchies then worked.
    • which of the hierarchies has brought it about that out of the more
    • element in Beings of a lower hierarchy. For the condensation of the
    • still lower hierarchy at work. In the airy formations around us, to
    • the hierarchies. Just as the Spirits of Wisdom work in the water
    • the next stage of rarefaction, then it is the next lower hierarchy,
    • hierarchies in the downward direction from the Spirits of Will,
    • to the participation of the hierarchies in our elementary existence
    • water, Beings belonging to the hierarchy of the Cherubim are at work.
    • found every one of the hierarchical ranks. Thus, in what we
    • experience with our senses we see the manifestation of hierarchical
    • rediscovered the totality of the hierarchies in the earth's
    • activity of these hierarchies is extended to all that we find in our
    • activity of the hierarchies is engaged in what is there taking place,
    • hierarchies which preceded that of man — hierarchies to which
    • Spirits of Movement, Spirits of Form, Archai or Spirits of
    • Personality, Fire-Spirits or Archangels, and Angels — moved and
    • evolution, we find all the different hierarchies already there. All
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    • Beings whom we speak of as belonging to this or that hierarchy had
    • search for the secrets which are really hidden behind the words. Then
    • research will yield rich fruits; whereas all too many interpretations
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    • followed the same principle as changes in other hierarchical Beings
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    • scientific research. But here, in the words “And Jahve-Elohim
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    • Jahve-Elohim as the entire hierarchy of the Elohim united; we must
    • heavens. Usually we find the whole hierarchy of the Elohim
    • present themselves. This is so even in ordinary, external research,
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    • in search of a true self-knowledge which can show forth man as a
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    • you know something of these Beings of the higher Hierarchies. In his
    • into contact with a Being of the higher Hierarchies in those ancient
    • Beings of the higher Hierarchies who were the divine Teachers of
    • the other Beings of the divine Hierarchies connected with the earth.
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    • instance, whom we know as the Hierarchies.”
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    • belongs to us, a Being of the Hierarchy of the Angels, our Guardian
    • Hierarchy of the Angels. Then arises that which to the ordinary
    • Beings of the Hierarchy of the Angels but something Luciferic, which
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    • much scarcer than the sensational minds of the public imagine. Less
    • in the night between the 18th and 19th March, at 2 o'clock, when he
    • and 19th of March, at 2 o'clock, and has the impression in his mind
    • between the 18th and 19th of March, at 2 o'clock.”’
    • the 18th and 19th of March, Eysenhardt wakes up, sees Freund in his
    • interesting that in the night of the 18th to the 18th of March, at 2
    • and took from a parcel a new revolver and a packet of cartridges which
    • research, that is the secret. The philosopher beholds the rose and
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    • a greenish shimmer which moved gently downwards. But the arch became
    • sheaves of various lights above the arch, like the spikes of a crown,
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    • other places, in which granules of starch are to be found. Even in
    • otherwise non-starch-containing plants, these starch granules appear
    • otherwise contain no starch, possess these starch granules in the
    • cells attached to the roots. These starch granules are loose and
    • Whenever a plant turns even slightly, one starch granule falls towards
    • these starch granules actually lie in a symmetrical relationship to
    • because it senses the direction of gravity. By observing the starch
    • gravity. In accordance with this, the starch granules adjust their
    • filled with little otoliths, similar to the starch granules of the
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    • Wisdom. Jehovah a rank of the hierarchies. Transition from the Old
    • in the order of the hierarchies. Many beings can take on the Jehovah
    • that with the designations Jehovah, Archangeloi, Angeloi, we have to
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    • the so-called Asuras (the Archai) were sufficiently advanced to make
    • that time an architectural structure of a physical apparatus operated
    • researches with the help of the Kundalini light. The pupil was
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    • structure of the Church, an outer image of the inner hierarchical
    • third degree: Primal Beginnings, Archangels and Angels.
    • the Primal Beginnings or Archai. ‘In the Beginning God created the
    • Archai belonging to the Third Rank of the Hierarchies.
    • the Third Rank follows the Fourth Hierarchy: Man, as the tenth in the
    • The names of the Hierarchies do not refer to individuals but to
    • stages of development, with Hierarchies.
    • Hierarchy was to be an outer image of the inner Hierarchy of the
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    • of the architect; from this he recognises himself again. This is the
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    • very distant times, when he was only present as an astral archetype,
    • Not through laborious research does man progress further on the earth,
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    • about a sharp demarcation between good and evil. This is the danger
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    • about personal attributes in the Jewish patriarchs. Here we have to do
    • Jewish Patriarchs, this Fourth Civilisation, the primal Jewish, was
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    • extremely easy, from the standpoint of modern scientific research, to
    • whole character and method of spiritual-scientific research must to
    • When it has lived for a time it has the urge to search for a snail
    • This search for a snail shell in order to have protection for the
    • research into the animal soul. Although this short essay is written
    • March, 1802.)
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    • ...” (Letter of 27th March, 1784.)
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    • lost to modern research. At one time, however, such things were
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    • Jupiter questions addressed to the Archangeloi, awaiting the answers
    • the Archai, awaiting the answers from the Zodiac.
    • choir of the Angeloi, from the choir of the Archangeloi, from the
    • choir of the Archai. The discourse between Sun and Moon and the
    • is only apparently so; in reality he is part and parcel of the whole
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    • resolving them again under the scrutiny of searching analysis. You
    • You see, the researches of modern natural science are getting
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    • necessity to search in this passing moment of our lives for what is
    • by saying that the human brain is a most clumsy organ for research in
    • objective result of occult research. This Individuality Who was not
    • of occult research that may be recognised by anyone, be he Buddhist or
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    • belongs to the rank of archangels. The meeting actually takes place,
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    • that this is mainly the world of the hierarchies, and we have often
    • the hierarchies in their order of succession, from those beings whom
    • you learn to know first as angels, and archangels, up to those who
    • of the hierarchies and feels oneself to belong there. But this living
    • as regards the world of the hierarchies, it could only be in the
    • in which you get to know the beings of the higher hierarchies and the
    • Now I once made a search for certain states capable of description in
    • some other being of the higher hierarchies — feel this mood of
    • the other hierarchies. Now just as in the world of the senses you can
    • the higher hierarchies, and it will then be possible to gain an idea
    • One can imagine, therefore, a being belonging to a higher hierarchical
    • the world of the higher hierarchies, we feel thus influenced to draw
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    • said to give a normal path, a normal “line of march” for a
    • purely materialistic research with another research, which, although
    • little noticed and by using the same methods as ordinary research,
    • research. In this respect it is most desirable, particularly for
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    • the super-sensible world and all that arises from the researches,
    • should have been able in many spheres to experience the search for
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    • Ideal.' We learn that this is the work of the hierarchies, this
    • spiritual research, to realise that one only really solves the riddle
    • the various spiritual hierarchies permit their forces to work
    • that our spiritual teachers, who belong to the higher hierarchies,
    • religion. Thus we feel these teachers from the higher hierarchies
    • religion of the Gods. The result of this fight is that the archetypal
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    • research are looked upon as nonsense, as foolishness and fantasy —
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    • known and the Beings of higher hierarchies. The difference in
    • be that a person can scarcely keep awake one night without tiredness
    • higher Hierarchies, whom we recognise in their order, as here upon
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    • etheric-archetype for the next life in a spirit form. Within this
    • archetype are forces drawing us to physical parents who can give
    • essential task is that the human being then constructs the archetype
    • world the spiritual etheric archetype, which has within it forces,
    • having formed our archetype in the spiritual world. In reality,
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • the beings that stand above and below us in the hierarchical order of
    • then the spiritual Beings of the higher Hierarchies (whom in our
    • search of men in order to realize their purpose for the Earth with
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    • the threefold archetype of social life - the political state, the
    • Archangels and Archai, and with the higher Hierarchies as well. But
    • which people to-day have scarcely any inkling. From countless pulpits
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    • search among the appearances of outer reality for what truly is
    • disease, a carcinoma of the social organism. This
    • carcinoma, this ulcer, duly broke out, and became what people call
    • course, the statement — we live in a carcinoma, a social ulcer
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    • clear idea of what constitutes the field of their researches.
    • by the man of today in scientific research, is that he tries by
    • way from what is known into some unknown realm. They scarcely ever
    • unknown. They scarcely trouble, for example, to consider if it is
    • ways that “scientific research” tries to get near to
    • and research as pursued today and on the other hand the Goethean
    • researches into Nature he does not try to proceed from the so-called
    • kind of phenomena which he calls archetypal, — the
    • Ur-phenomena. These archetypal phenomena — once more,
    • researches are simple facts — the fact, for instance, of how
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    • researches to show the real nature of coloured shadows.]
    • and sensation you are scarcely able to distinguish outer warmth
    • Physiology and Physics, and we can scarcely blame our physicists if
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    • arranged so quickly that we have scarcely got beyond the good
    • research into the General Staffs of our armies.
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    • of its kinship with the Macrocosm. Knowing this, spiritual researchers
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    • moment he could scarcely have escaped the claims of his Ego. For the
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    • Dynameis, Exusiai, then Archai (Primal Beginnings or Spirits of
    • Personality), then Archangels and Angels. The tenth category is Man
    • the Spirits of Personality (Archai) or with other Beings — and
    • Hierarchies and pass on to their deeds which come to expression
    • The Beings, the spiritual Hierarchies, their correspondences with the
    • not have his present structure, his upright gait, his over-arching
    • Hierarchies, by the word “Zodiac.” Man would be at the level
    • human intellect. The architects and builders of our organ of intellect
    • for it to develop. This is the World of Archetypal Images
    • reflection of the World of Archetypal Images.
    • World of Archetypal Images. In the next lectures I will deal with the
    • World of Reason and the World of Archetypal Images and then describe
    • World of Archetypal Images can be brought down in order to make
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    • themselves — the Hierarchies.
    • Hierarchies the same Being might at one time have been a Spirit of
    • given to the Hierarchies and the Beings themselves, for they too
    • man for Imaginative consciousness come from the World of Archetypal
    • first stage of higher knowledge and the spiritual World of Archetypal
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    • today — the World of the spiritual Archetypes of all things. The
    • Reason penetrates through. The forces of the Hierarchies work through
    • of Archetypes, or Archetypal Images, streams right through us without
    • World of Archetypal Images we should have to be able to hold back this
    • something to hold back the forces of the World of Archetypal Images
    • Archetypal Images and, to begin with, hold it back. He engenders the
    • hold back the World of Archetypes or Archetypal Images in the same way
    • World of Reason, go out of the World of Archetypal Images higher
    • produce forces which can hold back the World of Archetypal Images just
    • own activity. At an earlier stage we held back the World of Archetypal
    • the Beings known as the Hierarchies. Little by little everything now
    • Archetypal Images is held back and its forces used for the creation of
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    • logic of the intellect. It may therefore be said that we arc now
    • out research in the higher worlds. When he does this, head-thinking
    • March. That is a perception which you have in your consciousness of
    • from the World of Archetypal Images, or Archetypes, just
    • heart of the future will be formed out of the World of Archetypal
    • Archetypal Images will stream in. The influences from spiritual worlds
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    • realm. Spiritual Science should be a stimulus to a common search for
    • cities. We know that there are people who can scarcely distinguish a
    • with our individuality, we are part and parcel of something wrought by
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    • we have acquired through our thinking and research into the
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    • he belongs to one of the latter today, the search for his
    • attained by the kind of scientific research which is
    • researches of natural science finds himself in a position
    • research, we shall only find on the other side something that
    • further across the sea of research, only this time using
    • experience a certain satisfaction in its research for answers
    • taught by Aristarchus of Samos in ancient Greece. We are
    • told about this by Plutarch. This world picture of Aristarchus
    • time Aristarchus of Samos had betrayed this in the widest
    • than clinical research or than research in physics or chemistry
    • scientific work one discussed with a particular architect
    • pillar, each arch, each painting expresses the same spirit.
    • fantastic, need the spirit. Searching souls need the spirit,
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    • facts which are the findings of occult research. Whoever will allow
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    • another; there is no longer any demarcation and consequently it is
    • who belongs to the Hierarchy of the Archangels — whatever name
    • of the same hierarchical rank, but this particular Being who is known
    • Being in the Hierarchy of the Archangels. The ancients called him the
    • of the Archangels. Knowledge of the Being described above as Jahve
    • one or the other Being from the Hierarchy of the Archangels is chosen
    • worlds — other Beings of the rank of the Archangels. As has
    • For the Ages of the different Archangels are repeated; and a fact of
    • supreme importance is that every such Archangel gives to the Age its
    • fundamental character. These Archangels are the leaders of the
    • Beings of an hierarchical rank higher than that of man have any
    • is no death for any of the Beings belonging to the higher Hierarchies, with
    • that this Being can be recognised in one belonging to the Hierarchy
    • hierarchical rank immediately above that of mankind. As such, He
    • companions among the Archangels men were inspired in such a way that
    • The other Archangels, the companions of Michael, could not inspire
    • Archangel nearest to Michael who gave mankind the inspiration that
    • stage since the sixteenth century. Just as his companion Archangel
    • Christ then united Himself with the Hierarchy of the Angels and has
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • productive modern methods of scientific research. On many occasions I
    • research in recent times and the mode of thinking that can and does
    • research cannot be understood unless its development is traced
    • I seek this essence of myself. I have searched and searched. I
    • on these paths I found much. I searched for my “I,” but
    • search for the “I,” although all the kingdoms of nature
    • urged me to the search.
    • So, in his search for the self, Meister Eckhart felt that he had
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    • scientific form of thinking and research I described two men, Meister
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • vision everywhere in its archetypal form. It was seen in the soul,
    • Archetypal Form
    • archetypal form; as soul, the messenger of god; as body, the image of
    • its archetypal form; the soul is none other than the message
    • could behold the archetype of spirit and because the cosmic expanses
    • of the spiritual archetype, while the soul was the mediating
    • identical with the spiritual archetype of all things. Now, however,
    • monastic cell in search of the inner power source of soul and self,
    • image, one would have had to perceive the archetype. Therefore, for
    • the spirit's archetype within itself. It saw itself as the
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    • arranged in the same clear-cut architectural order as in a
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    • century. Man today can form scarcely any idea of the latter. All
    • arise between what anthroposophy seeks by way of spiritual research
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    • comes down to this: Research and science pass through various
    • always, depending on the direction that research findings take, there
    • What is more, the scientific world scarcely admitted this, nor has it
    • course, empirical research does not always follow everything to its
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    • stronger to approximate man to the animal. The search for a
    • Since one no longer knew anything about man, one searched for
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    • continue the search one must be equipped with spiritual science. But
    • search for physics other than through the experience in man. Now, in
    • in all our search for knowledge, we see what I have just
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    • found through spiritual-scientific research. Briefly stated,
    • spiritual-scientific research will meet the historic requirements of
    • the darling of natural research and even philosophy; namely,
    • why we have founded research institutes
    • be found in scientific literature that researchers have accidentally
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    • harm done by modern physical research, so-called, in dealing with what
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    • physical research, are completely given over to working out the
    • we need research institutes working to our manner of thinking. We
    • that our research institute should deal. To our ordinary
    • cosmos. You can realize that the research institute that must in the
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    • until they finally disappear. The lower arc becomes practically a
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    • thing will be the task of a Research Institute, working entirely
    • After yesterday's talk, you can scarcely doubt that just as we proceed
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    • we search for them we find them in what the older cosmic systems
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    • which we have to-day without realizing that methods of research which
    • scientific research, and recognizes what is justified in it. On the
    • his problems before him, so has the researcher into the spirit his
    • that of the senses ends. Above all, the research student of
    • Observation and Experiment. The results of research in these lines are
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    • Anthroposophical research seeks to attain this in a first stage of
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    • began to seek for proofs of God's existence, the very search was a
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    • memory. What philosophy is searching for, and what she can only
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    • researcher into the spirit. He does by no means replace the ordinary
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    • researcher the planet Mars, for example, is an objective body whose
    • Chaldeans. That is why the modern researcher is so powerless in face
    • facing some electrical apparatus. The researcher does not know what to
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    • region of Devachan, containing the archetypal forms of everything mineral.
    • Devachan, and there he creates for himself the spiritual archetype of
    • after death, but every time there is built into this archetype, as
    • for the first time, he had already created spiritually an archetype
    • of the past life, and then, in accordance with it, he creates the archetype
    • his new archetype. Once it is created, this archetype has the impulse every
    • time to appear on the earth again. This archetype is, after all, the
    • elaborate the archetype that has been created by himself in Devachan
    • the physical body that is suitable for the archetype. These beings direct
    • him to the people and the race best suited to the archetype. If the
    • all, in keeping with the archetype created in Devachan, with astral
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    • archetype, the impulse comes to him to descend again to the physical plane.
    • has completed the development of his archetype in Devachan and has woven
    • The archetype is permeated by the web of its own unrequited deeds. Thus,
    • the conception of the archetype as the result of its own karma. We said
    • incarnating who brings together those who love one another. The archetype
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    • than that of men once lived in human bodies. These are the Archai, First
    • Archangels or Fire Spirits — Archangeloi in Christian esotericism.
    • Archangeloi who had remained backward on Old Sun and were now obliged
    • The Archangeloi who had
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    • Old Moon, how he searched for his food and so forth, was always activated
    • Figures such as the Archangel Michael with the fire-breathing dragon
    • archetypal nebula in which everything was dissolved and out of which the
    • took place and a new search for the physical body began, as happens
    • depopulated, many souls were searching for suitable embodiment in cosmic
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    • Atlantis cannot be found by modern researchers. Hopes cherished by learned
    • ancient Persian epoch. Western thinking and research in the physical
    • the god. The essential difference between these works of architecture
    • from the architectonic, artistic standpoint, that nothing can equal
    • pointed arches and windows, is only conceivable together with its
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    • living, pass over the bridge that arches across the river. Wanderers
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    • But another mood also arises. The belief in this archetypal image of
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    • imagine an architect using the best forces in himself to build a
    • remarkable when materialistic research rediscovers these customs of
    • have been searched out and found. Here you have the reason why they
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    • Knowledge closely intertwined. The Archangel Michael, who stands in
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    • the so-called Third Hierarchy — instead of perception have
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    • exist in the beings of the Third Hierarchy, if they retain their
    • nature. For what would be the result if a being of this Hierarchy
    • of the beings of the Third Hierarchy, those beings we call Angels, or
    • Hierarchy, standing immediately above man. We may therefore describe
    • are called Archangels or Archangeloi. When a man progresses further in
    • revealed to him, but also the Archangel who leads the common group to
    • individual peoples, mightier than the Archangels who are leaders of
    • individual realms of the Archangeloi who guide contemporary but
    • than the Archangels and under whom many different peoples stand at the
    • same time. This third category of the Third Hierarchy we call the
    • Spirits of the Age, or Archai in the terminology of western
    • All the beings belonging to these three classes of the Third Hierarchy
    • first of all the beings of the Third Hierarchy. Occult vision
    • unconsciously. And so do groups of men stand under their Archangel, as
    • Now these beings of the Third Hierarchy described to-day are found in
    • Hierarchy, which I have just described, bring forth other beings.
    • Hierarchy. When the plant brings forth a seed, it is, in a sense, of
    • order. The Angels, Archangels, and Spirits of the Age in our spiritual
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    • beings of the Third Hierarchy. As shown in the last lecture, it is
    • of the Folk or Nation-Spirits, of whom we have spoken as Archangels,
    • Archangeloi; and how, in the course of cultural civilisation we find
    • the so-called Spirits of the Age, the Archai. If a man follows the
    • is meant by these beings of Third Hierarchy, but even if he goes
    • Hierarchy. If, therefore, we progress further along this way, we shall
    • clairvoyant consciousness of the beings of the Third Hierarchy. When a
    • clairvoyant perception of the Third Hierarchy can begin.
    • Hierarchy and of their off-spring, the nature-spirits. If we wish to
    • perceives a sort of demarcation between his ordinary consciousness and
    • around him, the world of the Third Hierarchy and its offspring. The
    • spiritual world of the Third Hierarchy. And then just as we remember a
    • beings of the Third Hierarchy and their offspring; he can at first
    • belonging to the beings of the Second Hierarchy.
    • life, that we are able to feel sympathy and love. There is scarcely
    • Second Hierarchy. It is necessary that we should form a clear idea of
    • belonged to the various hierarchies that would seem but a dry theory.
    • of the Second Hierarchy. We saw yesterday, that the beings of the
    • Third Hierarchy are characterised by the fact that in place of human
    • the spirit.” In the beings of the Second Hierarchy we experience
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    • WE have come in our studies to the so-called Second Hierarchy of the
    • Hierarchy. A yet more difficult path leads to a still higher rank of
    • Hierarchies to which we can attain. It has been emphasised that by
    • the Second and. Third Hierarchies. The spiritual beings of whom we are
    • First Hierarchy: — the Spirits of Will or, according to
    • category of the First Hierarchy, if we allow such feelings to work
    • Hierarchy. We can perhaps to some slight extent describe the Spirits
    • of Will, the lowest category of the First Hierarchy, by saying:
    • Hierarchy. For this we must turn to the life of special persons who,
    • who form the first and highest category of the First Hierarchy. It
    • We might describe the beings of the Third Hierarchy by saying: —
    • spirit. We might describe the beings of the Second Hierarchy by
    • saying: — What in the beings of the Third Hierarchy is
    • the Third Hierarchy is being filled with spirit, is in them
    • themselves. Now what in the beings of the Second Hierarchy is
    • self-creation, we also encounter in the beings of the First Hierarchy
    • Hierarchy make objective, what they create from themselves, exists
    • Thus, note well: — the beings of the Second Hierarchy can create
    • Hierarchy can also objectify themselves, they can also stamp their own
    • Hierarchy. When the beings of the Second Hierarchy create, if their
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    • dependence on the various spiritual beings of the three hierarchies,
    • which work the spirits belonging to those two higher hierarchies which
    • shall most easily attain if we begin with the beings of that hierarchy
    • namely the beings of the Third Hierarchy.
    • We have said that characteristic of the beings of the Third Hierarchy
    • being, the forces and beings of the higher hierarchies above them. In
    • Well, in the beings we have designated as Angels, Archangels, and
    • Spirits of the Age or Archai, we find throughout that everything which
    • of the Third Hierarchy, the taking on of another nature, did actually
    • matter of fact, among the beings of the Third Hierarchy there were
    • Hierarchy which retained their own nature, cannot have. The beings of
    • the Third Hierarchy can have no inner independence such as man has. If
    • beings of the Third Hierarchy had the desire to develop something
    • independence, a number of beings of the Third Hierarchy had to give up
    • moved these beings of the Third Hierarchy to develop such a desire
    • the Third Hierarchy, with their manifestation and enfilling with
    • of the beings of the higher hierarchies. Angels have no life of their
    • inner being the life of the higher hierarchies. That which induced a
    • Third Hierarchy had an impulse, an urge, not merely to be dependent
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    • three hierarchies standing above man. You will have noticed that we
    • have approached the beings of these Hierarchies by pointing out the
    • higher hierarchies. Only in the last lecture did we try to turn a
    • through a cooperation of a duality in the hierarchies — in the
    • really normal beings and the Luciferic beings of the hierarchies
    • hierarchies. We then ascended to the three categories of the Third
    • Hierarchy, and described the beings known to western esotericism as
    • Angels or Angeloi, Archangels, and Archai. Standing above these as the
    • Second Hierarchy, we have those beings we have described as Spirits of
    • the Hierarchies, do we bring the earth relations to our esoteric
    • of the Third Hierarchy as bringing man himself forward, step by step,
    • Further, we have seen that while these beings of the Third Hierarchy
    • Archangels
    • Hierarchies, for all the forces and activities proceeding from these
    • Hierarchies are perceptible in the collective phenomena of man on his
    • case. The activities of these two categories of higher hierarchies
    • Hierarchies down to the Spirits of Form, actually work together in the
    • have to say; those spiritual beings of the higher hierarchies, from
    • in the ranks of the hierarchies, we do not find their evolution upon
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    • higher category, in the ranks of the hierarchies acquires a
    • beings of the hierarchies. Instead of saying, “Over there is
    • have described) certain beings of the higher hierarchies.” This
    • of the past activities of the corresponding beings of the hierarchies,
    • in the ranks of the hierarchies, we have called the Spirits of Form.
    • for a few moments — in our present cycle of time scarcely anyone
    • disturbances are so great that we can scarcely succeed, without
    • nature to the creative beings of the hierarchies, who are active and
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    • spiritual beings of the different hierarchies working in different
    • beings of the Second Hierarchy.
    • cited as the normal members of the several hierarchies; but we have
    • Spirits in every category of the hierarchies. Whereas the animal
    • Archangel (nations are quite different from races) we know that the
    • or Archai; and, finally, we know that above the Archai stand that
    • category of the hierarchies which we call the Spirits of Form; while
    • Angels or Angeloi, nations and peoples by the Archangels or
    • Archangeloi; certain periods of civilisation are guided by the Spirits
    • hierarchies work through him also. The essential point is that from
    • that time onwards the spirits of the lower hierarchies fell away; so
    • nature-spirits we have to see the offspring of the Third Hierarchy,
    • Hierarchy. Now we come, in addition, to the Spirits of the Rotation of
    • hierarchies; but the portal was the Spirit of Wisdom, the Sun-spirit
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    • which we have spoken of offspring of the higher hierarchies in the
    • mineral works from those beings in the ranks of the hierarchies
    • principle. The spirits in the ranks of the higher hierarchies which
    • hierarchy, as a sort of rebellion in the cosmos. This rebellion comes
    • hierarchy, resist their brethren and work against them; work in an
    • Spirits, the Spirits of Wisdom of the Second Hierarchy who have not
    • not carry out her evolution under such conditions. The hierarchies had
    • out previously that only the spirits of the higher hierarchies down to
    • shine. — Hence if occult vision searches for these spirits on the moon,
    • Hierarchies. When with physical eyes we see the crescent moon shining
    • in the COSMOS. The cooperative activities of the various hierarchies
    • only make clear the principle as to how these spiritual, hierarchies
    • anywhere when we search in cosmic space; it is in the whole widths of
    • Spirits of Will belong to the First Hierarchy (though their offspring
    • other hierarchies, the planetary system was enclosed, that which had
    • activities of the spirits of the hierarchies in a fixed-star system;
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    • activity of other beings of the various hierarchies. Now the balance
    • connection with beings of the higher hierarchies, and so, too, is it
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    • himself as a member of the lowest kingdom in the hierarchical order,
    • and above him he perceived the angels, archangels and so forth. He
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    • Then, if we did some genuine spiritual research, if we gained genuine
    • research, all this we would have; and those who wished to know nothing
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    • Loftier, however, is the intercourse with the hierarchy of the Angels,
    • existence with the second hierarchy, that of the Archangels, those
    • relation with the Archangels sink down into night and come again to
    • we receive from the Hierarchy of the Archangels. And thus can we
    • I thank the Angels; for language, I thank the Archangels.
    • Archai. Everything through which the human being has passed in the
    • Archangels, we wish to attach a third unit, we must say: For my being
    • forces, I thank the Archai — who have been endowed with this
    • have received into ourselves from the higher Hierarchies to be
    • his speaking capacity comes to an end, he approaches the Archangelic
    • into proximity with the Primal Beings, the Archai.
    • hierarchies: that we come close to the Angels, Archangels, Archai in a
    • forces determines whether he comes worthily near to the Archangels;
    • moral sense determines whether he comes worthily near to the Archai.
    • same significance for intercourse during sleep with the Archangels as
    • to the Archangelic Beings, whereas it is the unsocial, egotistic
    • brings us in the right manner close to the Archai, whereas, if we are
    • the Angels, with the Archangels, with the Primal Forces.
    • to draw ever nearer to the Angels, the Archangels, the Beings of the
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    • geologist, Eduard Suess, a distinguished research scientist, says in
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    • investigators, researchers. The Universities established themselves
    • as institutes for research. They were no longer there for human
    • research institutes have been established. But the young, especially,
    • are not looking for libraries or research institutes. They are
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    • come to an end of what there is to search for in ourselves. From such
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    • would not have spoken with such ardour of the patriarchs — the
    • Patriarchs? They said: It is beautiful to get old. For then one
    • Patriarchs, was already alive between young and old. Then, every
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • beings of the higher hierarchies. If we speak of evolution in
    • hierarchies.
    • Let us now turn to the Archangeloi, the Archangels. They are at the
    • we turn to the Archai, the time spirits, to the beings who especially
    • higher in rank, to the hierarchy of the so-called Spirits of
    • beings of the higher hierarchies with whom he is connected. In the
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • hierarchy of the Archangeloi. They felt their God as remaining unknown
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • order of the hierarchies standing above us, the Spirits of Form, the
    • the hierarchy of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai, and so forth. These
    • Lucifer, of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai, and so forth, in another
    • You know from your lessons in physics that Archimedes, sitting in his
    • not differ at all from the beings of the higher hierarchies. To learn
    • to grasp the similarity between the beings of the higher hierarchies
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • make research in this field knows through direct perception that
    • of present-day research we are unable to grasp the underlying reason.
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    • that the abstract recounting of events and the searching for cause and
    • curious work about “Monarchy.” If you read such a thing, not
    • and political foundations of monarchy, Dante tries to show that the
    • scientific researchers, when they assert that man consists of body and
    • researcher this is not an abstract fact. You know that we can trace
    • Now you know that the so-called Archai, the present Spirits of
    • Archai, as Spirits of Personality, was man during the Saturn
    • period. The Archangeloi were man during the Sun period, the
    • result of spiritual-scientific research which is to be taken very,
    • For the person who takes spiritual research truly seriously this is a
    • that deed of the Archangel Michael which is commonly presented in the
    • hate, look for the love of one class, search among you for the love of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • scarcely be compared with that which characterizes our sense
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    • spiritual research which can direct and guide us in the understanding
    • live in the same world with the dead and with the higher hierarchies:
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    • middle of that century had not quite been reached, the Archangel
    • Michael gradually rose from the rank of an Archangel to that of a Time
    • Archangel Michael had to fight a hard battle against certain opposing
    • These spiritual beings who had to be fought by the Archangel Michael
    • direct followers of the Archangels strive to lead human beings back to
    • by the symbol of the conquering of the dragon by the Archangel
    • Michael. This conquering of the dragon by the Archangel
    • cast out of the realm in which the Archangel Michael rules, took place
    • Archangel Michael over the counter-striving spirits, which took place
    • by the Archangel Michael in the spiritual world and which ended in
    • participates in the battle of the Archangel Michael if one rises
    • we designate as the Archangel Michael's battle against the
    • Archangel Michael against the counter-striving powers has, to a
    • the descent of the Archangel Michael into our earth region.
    • The events of March, 1917 — if I may indicate a concrete fact
    • with a carcinoma; I stated that a creeping cancerous disease permeates
    • by the Archangel Michael; if the attempt had been made on a larger
    • wish to designate such an event as the battle of the Archangel Michael
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    • to psychoanalysis today are earnestly searching for the
    • us consider a few excerpts from the research magazine of the
    • influenced, as was natural at this period, by the school of Charcot
    • [Jean Martin Charcot, French M.D. (1825-1893).]
    • time for scientific research, had obtained a professorship and
    • Freud continued his search, and actually found an
    • Freud went after similar cases, and his researches
    • research with inadequate tools, this is the point at which the
    • psychological symptoms are found, a search must be made in
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    • with the Goethe Archives in Weimar, learned there a little
    • not realized how far from genuine research and from a sense for
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    • must undertake research within the occult field, and learn to
    • methods of cognition and of research in the world, gained
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    • the nebulous mystic but the real spiritual researcher will
    • research, the heart is an extraordinarily interesting organ.
    • rise into the world of the spiritual hierarchies, which we did
    • hierarchies are found through a more profound contemplation of
    • Hence when you search for the future of the world you must look
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    • what we call the third Hierarchy, the Hierarchy of the Angels,
    • Archangels and Archai.
    • Angels, Archangels and Archai, he does not experience this
    • Ego those Beings of the third Hierarchy to which I have just
    • the Angels, Archangels and the Time-Spirits.
    • otherwise have had. For instance, if the Hierarchy of the
    • the Hierarchy of the Angels work into our Spiritual, psychic
    • Because the Hierarchy of the Archangels work into us, we can
    • also say, that because these Arch-Angelic Beings shine into our
    • because the Beings of the Archai, the Spirits of Time, pulsate
    • Arch-Angela, who bring this about, stand further away from us
    • which comes from the Archai) that remains for most human beings
    • various beings of the 3rd Hierarchy, the Archai, the Spirits of
    • Beings of the third Hierarchy, is something of which men would
    • connection with the Beings of the third Hierarchy. What comes
    • of the third Hierarchy. In the waking condition, the state of
    • the Beings of the third Hierarchy, and because he knew: —
    • third Hierarchy.
    • Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be bound up
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    • is the archetype of the initiate of the fifth root-race, one
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • March, 1915, and not yet translated.
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    • indeed, the architect, the creator of the physical body. Just as ice
    • seemingly resting motionless. In the sense of true occult research,
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    • architectural style, which expresses itself in the arch that consists
    • of two parts joining in a point above. This architectural feature
    • permeates the whole as atmosphere — that peculiar arching
    • sees these peculiar archings, when one views the inner space in which
    • bred that were searching for an inner union with the godly forces of
    • pointed arches, pillars and columns. This had educated these souls.
    • At a given time an architectural style is created, born out of the
    • the simple example given of the effects of architectural forms on the
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    • to humanity in the continuous evolution of this hierarchical world.
    • The Spiritual Hierarchies
    • When we have to speak of what we call the Spiritual Hierarchies, it
    • degrees of one hierarchy, i.e., the mineral world, the plant
    • description we have to give of the spiritual hierarchies and their
    • look for the spheres of the spiritual hierarchies — there
    • looked upwards to the spaces of heaven, to the spiritual hierarchies,
    • hierarchies. He actually saw beings. We can compare the changes that
    • of the spiritual hierarchies, but the man to whom he was showing it,
    • Rishis spoke of the spiritual hierarchies, they expressed in their
    • understood in their spiritual sense: he spoke of Angels, Archangels,
    • Archai, Powers, Mights, Dominions, Thrones, Cherubim, and Seraphim.
    • the word Mercury on the one hand and Archangel on the other, and
    • would have known they were the same. The word ‘Archai’
    • Archangels, etc. which had lost its connection with the physical
    • and the spiritual hierarchies. It is impossible for those who do not
    • connection between human life and the hierarchies. It is the
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    • belonging to the spiritual hierarchies. We have been speaking of the
    • lowest kind of hierarchy has been preserved for us in these sentences
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    • to humanity in the continuous evolution of this hierarchical world.
    • hierarchies. And this is only natural, for according to modern ideas,
    • Archangels, Archangeloi, also spirits of fire. Those who stand still
    • higher than the Archangels, when they pass through their normal
    • development, are called the Spirits of Personality, Archai, or
    • their human stage. The Archangels passed through their human stage on
    • the Sun, and the Archai, or spirits of personality did the same on
    • stage, they are higher beings to-day, in higher grades of hierarchies
    • the kingdom of Angels, the Archangels or Spirits of Fire, the Archai
    • Saturn on which the Archai or Spirits of Personality passed through
    • You can see now that those beings we call Archai, Primal-Beings or
    • hatched. The Spirits of Personality, or Archai (they are also called
    • from the Sun those beings of the spiritual hierarchies, whom we call
    • Archangels, or Archangeloi could become human. In fact, if you could
    • Archangels would have streamed towards you with the light. But the
    • Archangels had brought with them something in exchange as it were.
    • The Archangels, who were first able to become human on the Sun, found
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    • spiritual hierarchies whom we call Archangels, or Fire Spirits,
    • is the Archangels or Fire Spirits who lived in the outstreaming
    • ‘beginners’ or Archai cannot produce that substance. That
    • spoken already, in the Archangels or Archangeloi. In a certain sense
    • such a way, that these Spirits of Personality or Archai actually
    • than the Archai or Spirits of Personality. To their share fell the
    • above us, then of the Archangels, then of the primeval Beginnings, or
    • Spirits of Personality — Archai. These Beings belong to the
    • Hierarchy which stands next above us. The Thrones do not come
    • Personality on ancient Saturn in the same way as the Archangels are
    • Spirits of Personality or Archai are to us now. Then, after these
    • named are also evolving each one stage higher, and the Archangels
    • described in the Third Lecture, the Archangels, who are the men of
    • I should like once more to describe these Archangels, in a simple, I
    • the Archangels strive to get out into the spaces of the world from
    • spiritually into the Universe. The Archangels were helped in this
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    • Thrones are for us the highest Hierarchy among divine Beings, because
    • of worlds. The Cherubim, the next lower rank of the Hierarchies, had
    • third grade of the Hierarchies, counting from above, had the task —
    • are those of the Second threefold Hierarchy. The First threefold
    • Hierarchy we have just been considering. The Beings of the Second
    • threefold Hierarchy are: the Kyriotetes or Dominions or Spirits of
    • see the first threefold Hierarchy surrounding it, where then are the
    • Beings of that second threefold Hierarchy? Where can we search for
    • Hierarchy? The Spirits of Wisdom or Dominions, or Kyriotetes take
    • which comes down through the mediation of the highest Hierarchy, so
    • To day, we shall omit how the third threefold Hierarchy works, (we
    • Archangels or Fire Spirits and the Angels. We shall turn our
    • hierarchies,
    • the element of water. Who effected this? That Hierarchy of spiritual
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    • a sketchy way, those other beings of the spiritual Hierarchies, whom
    • called in Christian Esotericism: Angels, Archangels, Primeval
    • Beginnings or Primeval Forces; also Angeloi, Archangeloi, and Archai.
    • In theosophical literature the Archangels are also called Spirits of
    • Now, we pass on to the next group of Beings, to the Archangels —
    • Archangeloi or Fire Spirits. These do not occupy themselves with
    • earth's evolution the Archangels’ task is to bring into
    • there lives and weaves what we call a fire-spirit or an Archangel; he
    • Personality, primeval beginnings, primeval forces, or Archai. These
    • Spirit of an epoch is the spiritual body of the Archai or the
    • Archai or primeval origins.
    • And when we get beyond the Archai, we reach to those Beings whom we
    • Archangels as regards the relation between individuals and the large
    • Hierarchies have always been spoken of as we have spoken of them
    • be, and then search whether it coincides with experience. Certainly,
    • sign of Venus. The realm of the Spirits of Personality or Archai
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    • marks for the different Hierarchies. Now, if we want, for instance,
    • realms of power, of the Hierarchies.
    • of the Hierarchies, standing immediately above man. It is good to
    • consideration of the nature of the members of the higher Hierarchies.
    • When we now turn to the members of the next Hierarchy, the Angels,
    • earth, we have to imagine as containing the bodies of the Hierarchy
    • The next stage, that of the Archangels, is again different. That
    • Archangels, not at all united with the etheric and physical bodies.
    • worlds, so that we can only have a complete image of the Archangel
    • these Archangels rushing along in the water; you could recognise them
    • And then we come to those Beings whom we designate as Archai,
    • flames of fire can you recognise the physical body of the Archai.
    • yourselves: in it is contained something of the Archai; but in the
    • It is specially in the Archai or Spirits or Personality that the
    • Thus we see that the three hierarchies who stand next above us are
    • that Archangels, spirits of astronomical Mercury, should act upon the
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    • joint action of the universal powers who belong to the Hierarchies.
    • sacrificed themselves, so now, another grade of the Hierarchies are
    • springing from the spiritual interaction of the Hierarchies, as we
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    • Beings or Hierarchies. For when we speak of the contraction of large
    • Hierarchies which we have described. And when we take a general view
    • existence; during the Sun formation the Archangels or Spirits of Fire
    • modern research, will receive illumination to the minutest detail.
    • Archangels, Archai — descended, and at a time when humanity
    • certain height. These are the spiritual beings of the Hierarchies who
    • stages of the ascent in the Angels, Archangels, etc.; we have learnt
    • Archangels developed to the human stage on ancient Sun, the Spirits
    • humanity experienced on the Sun by the Archangels, and that
    • Hierarchies, we shall develop only into Beings which exist already?
    • Archangels on the Sun, the Angels on the Moon? For us this might be
    • incapable, something of which also the Archangels and the Spirits of
    • through having produced men after the Archangels, and after the
    • relation to the Hierarchies? What will Man become in the succeeding
    • stages of the Hierarchies?
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    • to humanity in the continuous evolution of this hierarchical world.
    • Hierarchies who, fundamentally speaking, were his human forefathers?
    • are the conditions of the highest Hierarchies.
    • When we descend to the next Hierarchy, to those Beings whom we call
    • Hierarchies said to themselves: ‘Never could that arise which
    • threefold Hierarchy, could not have had the power to become evil of
    • and it was the Beings of the third threefold Hierarchy, and only
    • threefold hierarchy, too, cannot do otherwise. A certain number of
    • so that in the whole sequence of Hierarchies we have only men; and
    • above, and also Archangels, came down from the spirit world,
    • Thus in Man, we have a member of the Hierarchies who, as we see, is
    • the Spirits of Personality, from the Fire Spirits the Archangels and
    • future: ‘I am called on to search in my own inmost depths, for
    • And those beings of the next Hierarchy who had the possibility of
    • not with the Angels, nor the Archangels, nor the Spirit of
    • Man as a member of our Hierarchies, and when we glance upwards to all
    • the nobility and the glory of the higher Hierarchies we say to
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    • investigated by so-called clairvoyant research, through the ascent
    • of special preparation for clairvoyant research.
    • the teachers of this research is drawn from the knowledge which has
    • the next stage of clairvoyant research. The first stage, by which our
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    • thousands of years in search of an instance of our modern soul life,
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    • wisdom-beings to be found today by occult research which we encounter
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    • experienced by means of that kind of clairvoyant research which is
    • cannot, as in the case of sound, go into the outer world in search of
    • true that by means of occult research we can substantiate the fact
    • independent I of any proofs to be established by physical research.
    • sufficiently careful search is made in external history. External
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • in Düsseldorf on the hierarchies, those in Basel on The Gospel
    • spiritual research and for bringing back spiritual truths difficult
    • While the ordinary search for human knowledge goes about
    • theosophy. There one searches the most rarefied regions for answers
    • research.
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    • research discloses first a peculiar co-operation of the physical and
    • research and the opinions held by the present-day inadequate thinking
    • during the process in question. They are the Archangels, who permeate
    • into his surroundings. The Archangels play a far more important role
    • The Archangels, on the other hand, produce activity in the lymphatic
    • the Archangels of the people in question have imparted a certain
    • spirits of the order of Archangels, who penetrate man with the sense
    • Eva. You will know what a higher being of the order of Archangel has
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    • spiritual science. External research will be stimulated by spiritual
    • research with outer phenomena, we are forced to the conclusion that
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    • In contrast, we will now consider material research, the
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    • Escaped to reach us; and in vain the searchers delve,
    • That would be setting up the axiom that the search for truth is
    • view of our search for truth, which is a duty, a necessity, we are
    • More than anything else, therefore, this search
    • search for truth renders us ever more humble. Yet if man were merely
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    • life. When we search the content of the soul life from every aspect,
    • If at any moment of the present you search your
    • of his researches, that is, where the name is immaterial, and second,
    • from the research of clairvoyant consciousness about the etheric and
    • Many of the results of clairvoyant research will at
    • results of clairvoyant research can invariably be verified. The
    • reaches us through clairvoyant research, but the latter does not seek
    • surprised himself to find the results of his research so beautifully
    • hardly yield accurate information. Research practised on the physical
    • clairvoyant research.
    • research. Science must inevitably err without occult science as a
    • through physical research. After the establishment of physical
    • research at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, this
    • another sort of research to intervene and indicate the lines of
    • deal with the ego, with immortality. The stream of occult research,
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    • spiritual-scientific research must step in if any progress is to be
    • research in Aristotle, Aristotle and his Philosophy. Now,
    • the spirit. Through spiritual-scientific research we can advance
    • spiritual-scientific research be rejected. Spiritual science alone
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    • denied. It explains why one might marvel at the idea of searching for
    • starting point in our search for truth; that would be not only
    • being a conclusion. Let us now see what super-sensible research has to
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    • The second goal, then, that we can reach in our search
    • search in the human ego, in so far as the latter manifests itself in
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    • Heroes. It is not really so surprising that materialistic research
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    • blasphemous, but of which they are scarcely able to form any true
    • worlds, with the Hierarchies ranged in their order, one above the
    • spiritual Hierarchies to enter into the sheaths of a mortal man — all
    • Nertus became an entirely feminine principle. Just as the Archangel
    • of the Archangel Gabriel to Mary, is to be sought in the visions of
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    • tradition of Christ, then, as we have often stated, Spiritual research
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    • investigation builds bridges for the facts of external research. In
    • contradict those of Spiritual research. We may depend upon statements
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    • searches through the several records of olden times that are supposed
    • movement. For this it is necessary that further spiritual research
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    • birth. Lately, I have been able to test the research that can be made
    • my occult research the following question arose. What is the
    • This leads me to some of my recent research. The early experiences
    • the Hierarchies, on the visions that surround us. Therefore, the
    • feeling that develops little by little. Beings of the Hierarchies are
    • receive the light of the Hierarchies. Generally speaking almost every
    • the higher Hierarchies. Today every person who dies and enters the
    • spiritual world will reach the stage where the Hierarchies illumine
    • The influence of the Hierarchies, this light-giving that occurs in
    • light of higher Hierarchies could dim our consciousness. Then we
    • will keep our soul open to the light of the Hierarchies. Recently I
    • research.
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    • I have given you a few results of recent research into the conditions
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    • findings of this recent research.
    • lectures on the Spiritual Hierarchies. Thus as man ascends into the
    • off, incarcerate us in the realm of the spirit, make us prisoners of
    • to the findings of modern spiritual-scientific research concerning
    • Golgotha. This is what is revealed by genuine occult research.
    • Occult research also shows us how we can be prepared to receive the
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    • In occult research one cannot check often enough the facts one has
    • spiritual research. This is true of every genuine artist. He need not
    • spiritual beings of the higher hierarchies illumine us. It is as if
    • only learn to know the spiritual hierarchies in the Mercury sphere if
    • objective occult research. Beyond the Moon the human being is like a
    • when he is clearly visible, illumined by the light of the Hierarchies
    • Actually, research in this domain is not particularly enlightened,
    • to show that in this respect outer research misses the mark!
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    • chapters of spiritual research. In recent months it has been my task,
    • of spiritual research can be understood by sound common sense, as was
    • side by a glimmering light points to the approach of the hierarchies
    • brought with us. Now the life of the higher hierarchies begin to
    • Spiritual Hierarchies and Their Reflection in the
    • by means of occult research but we will take two. For instance, let
    • from without, the Beings of the higher hierarchies are able to
    • spirits into the ranks of the hierarchies and to have communion with
    • higher hierarchies. But this power gradually vanishes, becomes dimmer
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    • intimate meetings surrounded by such architectural forms as these is
    • Such considerations, related as they are to recent research, help us
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    • stars. What we term the higher hierarchies in spiritual science today
    • are heard. And the voices of the various hierarchical beings can also
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    • to shape the general form archetypally. This makes the opposite
    • have a withering appearance, but the upbuilding of the archetype and
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    • beings of higher hierarchies and certain elemental beings. If a
    • forces of higher hierarchies in the darkness. Man, then between death
    • super-sensible hierarchy of whom Buddha, or more accurately, of whom
    • light-filled impulses of the higher hierarchies, and that then
    • mind that we encounter the beings of the Higher Hierarchies, but
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    • hierarchies. Man must encounter these beings because this enables him
    • that one particular hierarchical order bestows these, another those,
    • hierarchies that he needs in order to adapt to his individuality what
    • how man receives the gifts of the beings of the hierarchies whom he
    • hierarchies as if stumbling in the darkness without being able to
    • receive the corresponding gifts from the higher hierarchies because
    • hierarchies between death and rebirth one must be able to behold, to
    • presence of the beings of the higher hierarchies.
    • do not tread in darkness through the realm of the higher hierarchies
    • the beings of the higher hierarchies so that they can rightly hand
    • hierarchies approach us. Whether we encounter them so that we can
    • higher hierarchies. When such a soul enters a new earthly existence
    • beings of the higher hierarchies cannot be received rightly. They
    • higher hierarchies send their powers of well-being from the
    • hierarchies. The seer can perceive how during a particular phase of
    • these beings of the higher hierarchies whose task it is to send
    • higher hierarchies in this way experience a profound blessedness as a
    • death servants of the spiritual beings of the higher hierarchies who
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    • contact with the higher hierarchies and receiving the gifts they
    • higher hierarchies.
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    • They also gazed into the spiritual origins, into the archetypal
    • into the spiritual origins, into the archetypal beings behind the
    • origins, into the archetypal beings behind the sense world. The
    • hierarchies. Consciousness is not extinguished then, and what awaits
    • or the beings of the higher hierarchies.
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    • realizes that all the beings of the hierarchies can never know death.
    • spiritual science, with beings of the higher hierarchies, he would
    • the other hierarchical beings in the right manner for his next
    • support. He now receives from beings of the higher hierarchies forces
    • that the higher hierarchies, supported again by Lucifer, must work in
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    • Hierarchy. But these philosophers will not condescend to that. And
    • higher Hierarchies there were not the Genius of Speech — who
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    • Hierarchies. For to stop short at Pneumatism would in this case mean
    • Hierarchies; the Pneumatist sees only the one “swarm” —
    • Hierarchies, but may still come to an acceptance of certain spiritual
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    • Thought of the Hierarchies.
    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • the Beings of the cosmic Hierarchies work in such a way that they
    • the higher Hierarchies as their thoughts. As our little
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos “think”, they “think”,
    • brain-processes, so do the thoughts of the Hierarchies arise from
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos prepare for their thoughts. Thus we might
    • brains, so little are the Beings of the Hierarchies “we”.
    • higher Hierarchies. And we can say that while in a certain manner we
    • which we think, and so have the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos
    • statement, so the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos think two
    • Word. For the Beings of the Spiritual Hierarchies the preparatory act
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos there is rayed back something that we
    • logic” represents how the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • endowed, so that the spiritual Hierarchies could remould it so that
    • the Hierarchies. The single components of the decisions of the
    • Hierarchies, the concepts of the Hierarchies, I have written down for
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    • higher Hierarchies there were not the Genius of Speech — who
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    • Hierarchies. For to stop short at Pneumatism would in this case mean
    • Hierarchies; the Pneumatist sees only the one “swarm” —
    • Hierarchies, but may still come to an acceptance of certain spiritual
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    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • the Beings of the cosmic Hierarchies work in such a way that they
    • the higher Hierarchies as their thoughts. As our little
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos “think”, they “think”,
    • brain-processes, so do the thoughts of the Hierarchies arise from
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos prepare for their thoughts. Thus we might
    • brains, so little are the Beings of the Hierarchies “we”.
    • higher Hierarchies. And we can say that while in a certain manner we
    • which we think, and so have the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos
    • statement, so the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos think two
    • Word. For the Beings of the Spiritual Hierarchies the preparatory act
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos there is rayed back something that we
    • logic” represents how the Spiritual Hierarchies of the cosmos
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • endowed, so that the spiritual Hierarchies could remould it so that
    • the Hierarchies. The single components of the decisions of the
    • Hierarchies, the concepts of the Hierarchies, I have written down for
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    • shown how in the light of spiritual research we have to picture the
    • nature, is to spiritual research nothing but the first member of the
    • because for spiritual research the life-body is not a speculation but
    • see a connection of these four bodies to which spiritual research has
    • research, which sees behind the beings with the eyes of the spirit
    • Spirit and therefore the spiritual researcher sees how senseless is
    • from? For spiritual research matter has sprung from Spirit, is
    • that spiritual research looks at matter. As water is related to ice
    • is how spiritual research looks at things. Now these three members —
    • lecture, a knowledge based on the most recent research of natural
    • spiritual research has always said that the highest knowledge can
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    • searchers after a world-conception, have in all ages been occupied
    • architects. But the formative principle of the physical organism
    • fibres. Finally the ego is the architect of the circulatory system of
    • accordance with the ways of its inner architect. Man is a
    • in harmony with the inner architect — the whole man is built.
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    • something like a telescope. Think how deeply you must search in order
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    • researches of Spiritual Science confirm that this is the true state of
    • affairs. Whereas through spiritual scientific research into the
    • research into the why and wherefore of the healing powers of the
    • an established programme. We could scarcely say of an animal that it
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    • may call: the search for the external causes of illness through the
    • sound, it is nevertheless true, that we search with a different degree
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    • methods of spiritual research; is thus able to observe how, in the
    • reducible. Spiritual research discovers a condition of dissolution in
    • consist?’ If we were to make research in the same way, by means
    • by these words upon the systematic research on external remedies.
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    • the Hierarchies and say: Those who go through their normal evolution
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    • actually come — as occult research shows — to one
    • gradually begins to search everywhere in the world, at every point
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    • or architecture, sculpture, painting, music and poetry. Other arts
    • Of the five arts, architecture and sculpture are those
    • concerned with form. To accomplish anything in architecture and
    • impulses have their absolutely legitimate domain in architecture and
    • impulse. In architecture and building we have to consider folk
    • differentiation, much more than in architecture and sculpture.
    • element works in architecture and sculpture, the luciferic more in
    • architecture it is generally the case that the ahrimanic impulse is
    • architecture and sculpture and what is luciferic in poetry and music
    • this plane even if we don't find music luciferic and architecture
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    • scientific and occult research, is of immense importance for human
    • pictures made their triumphal march through the world in
    • When it is revealed to occult vision — which searches and
    • Occult research comes in here again, not merely to put forth theories, but
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    • being who, though he belonged to a much lower hierarchy, was partly
    • her. When one makes researches with the occult powers at one's
    • whom a virgin birth was ascribed, and one finds from one's research
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    • person imagines, that is, the search for the spirit along
    • nothing from such a materialistic way of research into the spiritual
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    • the hierarchy standing nearest to the human hierarchy, desired that
    • of those powers we call the normal hierarchies, whereby the quality of
    • or a being belonging to some higher hierarchical order. As we know,
    • hierarchical order higher than that of man. It is therefore
    • China there came from Europe a Venetian, Marco Polo. At the court of
    • have previously described, Marco Polo was deeply and fundamentally
    • imagination of the Europeans concerning the Western Hemisphere. Marco
    • further in the cultural life. We must think of Marco Polo and his book
    • progressive hierarchies and the luciferic and ahrimanic forces. Now
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    • excellent instrument for research in, and for learning to know and
    • super-sensible hierarchies if men grasp them here in earthly existence.
    • research was penetrated with a noble mood resembling the mood of
    • when people merely make researches in documents and records.
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture II: The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • headquarters it would have commissioned an architect to design it on
    • nature, could not do. The architectural forms of the Goetheanum are
    • that works within the physical body as its sculpturer and architect
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Lecture I
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    • Gemüt was granted a voice in the search for knowledge,
    • higher hierarchies would still be today, though in a different form,
    • These beings — Angeloi, Archangeloi, and Archai — in the
    • beings willed, in a sense, through the lower spirits — archangels
    • possessed by the beings of the hierarchy of the Angeloi, Archangeloi,
    • and Archai were simply not adapted to a being destined to have a free
    • inhabited by the beings of the higher hierarchies — angels,
    • archangels, and so forth: it had to be transferred, as it were, placed
    • of the higher hierarchies; when the human physical eye observes the
    • higher hierarchies, but a part of his being he must form out of what
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    • fixed stars, if you like; and from the results of research in spectral
    • confessed that many a bit of research he was carrying on purely as a
    • naturally from spiritual research are to be carried to their logical
    • research, the same course is followed as though, with tellurian
    • observatories. Research would yield much more if we dreamt
    • our earthly research. The nature of our present-day education is such
    • the time of March, this is the time of October. Through the perception
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    • him. And just as here one instinctively searches for a unified
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    • impression of the third Hierarchy, of the angels, archangels and the
    • Archai.
    • conditions under which these beings of the third Hierarchy live, if,
    • experience of memory leads us into the second Hierarchy.
    • the experience of the first Hierarchy.
    • Thought-experience: third Hierarchy.
    • Memory-experience: second Hierarchy.
    • Gesture-experience: first Hierarchy.
    • earth; and we learn how the Beings of the first Hierarchy work. When
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    • Besides the Beings of the higher Hierarchies whom we
    • usually call angels, archangels and so on, there are also, bound up
    • developing Hierarchies, but because he is woven into the whole of
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    • also find the world of the Angels, Archangels and Archai, and grow
    • come into the regions of the Angels and Archangels and the Archai. We
    • come into the sphere of the third Hierarchy. And when in sleep we
    • weaving beings of Angels, Archangels and Archai, then from one side
    • there comes another stream of spiritual beings, the second Hierarchy,
    • west marks the way the second Hierarchy crosses the third Hierarchy.
    • The third Hierarchy, the Angels, Archangels and Archai, are as if
    • In this presentation we have the second Hierarchy going with the sun,
    • — how man during sleep grows into the third Hierarchy; but this
    • third Hierarchy is continually being graciously permeated from one
    • side by the second Hierarchy. Thus this second Hierarchy also makes
    • flowing from east to west, the stream of the second Hierarchy. In
    • this stream of the second Hierarchy something lives which is
    • Hierarchy, of the Seraphim, the Cherubim and the Thrones. Observe
    • flowing from west to east, the stream of the first Hierarchy, the
    • year-forces, — the third Hierarchy, the second Hierarchy and
    • the first Hierarchy. But the Ahrimanic forces as they appear in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • that far-off time was scarcely harder than wax.
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    • arose a living longing for union with a Being out of the Hierarchy of
    • Hierarchy of the Angels he should receive ability and power to
    • out of the spaces the Hierarchies came to meet him, as if other
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    • scarcely completed his school education, who writes down such things
    • could express themselves. And when today we search into these secrets
    • searched into these matters in an independent way. And even when we
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    • the world which was known. It was absolutely the search of a personal
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    • empirical research, as it is called today. If those who were
    • empirical research than you can learn the secrets of a man by those
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    • today, from empirical research. We need go back only to the age
    • scientific research.
    • research, certain ruling principles, showing us, for instance,
    • to this purely sense-oriented empirical mode of research, and
    • empirical research in the realm of, say, biology. When
    • research, is well calculated to make us materialists. The
    • research but only by means of Intuitive knowledge. This
    • found by empirical research.
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    • today. This does not imply an attack on such research. The only
    • attack natural scientific research or scientific medicine in
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    • embryological research into cell division, the allantois and
    • research. This is of the greatest significance, for only in
    • then there is no possibility of further research into the more
    • must be the subject of exact research; only the guiding
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will
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    • false methods of teaching that are being researched today.
    • fact, all tumorous formations up to carcinoma are really
    • the carcinomatous growth) will generate a mantle of warmth, but
    • same preparation to carcinoma of the breast as to carcinoma of
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    • it with a particular view of natural processes by which he can scarcely
    • healthy human being we must obviously search for the necessary causal
    • experimental research through observation. Something like our modern
    • fruitful research, to pursue the sequence of sense images in one direction
    • carcinoma-formation, cancer-formation.
    • In carcinoma-formations, on the other hand, we have a condition in
    • carcinoma by drawing something in a certain spot (red); these are forces
    • of carcinoma-formation but was stopped on the way to forming a
    • carcinoma. If it were stopped on the way to carcinoma-formation, then an
    • that normally would strive inward in carcinoma-formation and there fully
    • carcinoma-formation. By putting together what is actually denied to us
    • nevertheless appears to us in the carcinomatous process, it will be
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    • formations, carcinomatous formations, about which I spoke yesterday.
    • is too little grounded in physical research, because he is, as it
    • were, a dilettante in physical research (though I must add
    • in physical research in order to become a spiritual investigator;
    • rather he must be even more immersed in physical research than the
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    • dilettantes in any realm. What is important is serious research,
    • research that has developed the fundamental principle often applied
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    • to-day, from empirical research. We need go back only to the age
    • colours, forms and inorganic forces now seem to us part and parcel of
    • with and not against modern scientific research.
    • guiding lines for empirical research, certain ruling principles,
    • objective and empirical mode of research, and we never come to the
    • reveal to us the findings of empirical research in the realm, say of,
    • brain, especially when we begin to make detailed research, is well
    • unfortunately, be followed by means of purely empirical research, but
    • empirical research.
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    • not out to attack scientific research or scientific medicine in any
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    • embryological research into cell-fission, science does not study the
    • is no possibility of, further research into the more complicated
    • matters must be the subject of exact research; only the guiding
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will show
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    • around the carcinomatous growth — will generate a mantle of
    • the same preparation to carcinoma of the breast as to carcinoma of
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • institutions of an instinctively patriarchal character, ever since
    • usually applied in scientific research or study. And we have seen how
    • methods of research. I fully recognize what has been done for the
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    • therefore be subject to a kind of hierarchy of political
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    • way something which we may truly call an element of anarchy has
    • view this element of anarchy in the social organism. But within this
    • look at the inner nature of that which develops. Search as you may
    • alluded yesterday to the idea of founding a kind of hierarchy on
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    • evening. To this kind of research the building known as the Dornach
    • research, lest something like imaginative or artistic intuitions
    • sense-perception should find entrance into scientific research. In
    • correctly. Thus the modern researcher, the modern scientist, strives
    • research, for the objective truth of their work. Thus it has happened
    • traditions, now see in the new methods of spiritual research, in the
    • research of modern science better than the scientists themselves, it
    • enormous prejudice entertained against all research into the higher
    • itself is a natural development. No old architectural style could be
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    • definitions — scarcely any of them are wrong: they are generally
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    • search out the true facts. As I have said, it is a good thing to
    • we can see how the search for raw products very easily drives the
    • With the search for markets it is different. For, it is easy to
    • demonstrate from history that the search for markets does not lead
    • England. Fundamentally speaking, England scarcely ever went beyond the
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    • them to the archives, or to others who will sell them to the archives
    • establishment of archives. But you must add — at any rate as to
    • We can scarcely imagine the schoolmaster or the parson blossoming out
    • scarce, while the other finds a place where there are plenty and
    • price and value, is scarcely anywhere correctly seen as yet. As I said
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    • Beings of the Hierarchies. And the language, the spiritual
    • such as is scarcely possible for us to imagine today with our
    • you whither his search led him; you can read the story for
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    • world of the stars, limited their search to those constellations of
    • the lines of demarcation that people draw when they are developing
    • long ago, men directed their search for knowledge to the upper worlds
    • search, has to take a new turn. Having studied in the past the
    • time has yet another task. He has to look, in search after knowledge,
    • has to know the Heavens and the Earth, but he must in his search hold
    • the point of view of initiation to call him an arch-talker! But if we
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    • illnesses producing tumours or carcinoma, or else to illnesses
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    • easily conclude, it scarcely comes into question.) Connected
    • Hierarchies, the Spirit-seed of his physical body for the next
    • constellation of Aries, the Ram, you will work with the Hierarchies
    • with the Hierarchy of that constellation, meanwhile the planets are
    • the Bull. While working with the Hierarchies in Taurus, you elaborate
    • our consciousness, amid the Beings of the Hierarchies in the
    • community with the Beings of the Hierarchies. To tell it more
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    • Beings of the Hierarchies. And the language, the spiritual
    • such as is scarcely possible for us to imagine today with our
    • you whither his search led him; you can read the story for
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    • world of the stars, limited their search to those constellations of
    • the lines of demarcation that people draw when they are developing
    • long ago, men directed their search for knowledge to the upper worlds
    • search, has to take a new turn. Having studied in the past the
    • time has yet another task. He has to look, in search after knowledge,
    • has to know the Heavens and the Earth, but he must in his search hold
    • the point of view of initiation to call him an arch-talker! But if we
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    • illnesses producing tumours or carcinoma, or else to illnesses
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    • easily conclude, it scarcely comes into question.) Connected
    • Hierarchies, the Spirit-seed of his physical body for the next
    • constellation of Aries, the Ram, you will work with the Hierarchies
    • with the Hierarchy of that constellation, meanwhile the planets are
    • the Bull. While working with the Hierarchies in Taurus, you elaborate
    • our consciousness, amid the Beings of the Hierarchies in the
    • community with the Beings of the Hierarchies. To tell it more
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • conclusions of spiritual research as can be taken up today in the
    • allow the discoveries of spiritual research to stream into them.
    • into association with all those who, as patriarchs, preceded the
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    • show us how significant it is, based on research that can be done in
    • spiritual hierarchies in the same way that we know that there are
    • we saw the hierarchies streaming toward us.
    • points to an archetypal wisdom for humanity. Paul, in contrast, said,
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    • Hence, we must see cometary existence as the cosmic archetype of the
    • out in the cosmos is therefore the archetype of feminine and
    • spiritual research was able to say earlier, and it has at last been
    • masculine and feminine has its cosmic archetype in the contrast
    • time to time, we have a kind of projection of the archetype of the
    • bodies. If we are searching for the evolution of the I itself, we
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    • hierarchies of spiritual beings. These stand, naturally, under
    • spiritual guidance. One saw single members of the hierarchies, one
    • hierarchies, for example, in the Christian sense; it formed in detail
    • moments in evolution is one of the tasks of spiritual research.
    • We thus see that spiritual research is a preparation for
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    • order, above which were the angels, archangels, and so forth. He knew
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    • summoning the findings of esoteric research to our aid. Here another
    • more mystical character, is revealed by deeper esoteric research. The
    • esoteric research of recent years, undertaken by individuals among
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    • exists a soul nature beyond consciousness; they search for a soul
    • a person's head. Among contemporary researchers, there are some who
    • have always described it in our spiritual scientific research, or in
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    • One can scarcely tell from the way an earthly life has taken its
    • perceive as a third realm the realm of certain hierarchies, a realm
    • the hierarchies is across the threshold the same thing as what gives
    • through the hierarchies we experience ourselves. One can even say
    • that as a spiritual being within the hierarchies man experiences
    • himself as a son, as a child of the hierarchies. He knows himself as
    • knows himself at the same time as a child of the hierarchies. As he
    • spiritual being through participation of the different hierarchies.
    • hierarchies but as the fusion of impulses from the hierarchies.
    • is sunk into the hierarchies and is an extract of them. One can also
    • plant nature. I can scarcely depict this, because language has no
    • surround us are forces of the higher hierarchies but also forces of
    • searching for historical proofs, but for the Mystery of Golgotha
    • historical traditions or more historical research. I hope that what I
    • dead person who has spoken at the behest of one or another hierarchy;
    • spiritual hierarchies who work in our destiny.
    • destiny is still scarcely noticed today. It will have to be studied
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    • beings of the higher Hierarchies. We know that what is called the
    • materialistic people speak, but a kind of Archangel-being. We need
    • higher and lower beings of the Hierarchies. Today, and in the
    • out of chaos [March 1918 (Tr.)] and
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    • Hierarchies, a connection with that world in which man lives between
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    • Research
    • that is leading us in modern times to research into the life of the
    • the realisation of facts like this that underlay research during the
    • early and middle part of the Middle Ages; the life of research of
    • scholar of the ninth century to imagine Angels, Archangels, or
    • Beings of the First Hierarchy: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones.
    • into this realm of the activity of the First Hierarchy, it would feel
    • by Beings of the First Hierarchy did verily once take place in the
    • place it into the Cosmos. The highest Hierarchy alone is capable of
    • Hierarchy had once placed it there and a new world-becoming had taken
    • Beings of the Second Hierarchy, Kyriotetes, Dynamis,
    • Beings of the second Hierarchy form themselves in the Element of
    • through the working of the Sons of the First Hierarchy, through
    • Hierarchy signifies an inner illumination. The Saturn Warmth
    • Hierarchy.
    • dark shadow. Through the Penetration by the Second Hierarchy in the
    • actual fact we have, with the entry of the second Hierarchy into the
    • Sons of the Second Hierarchy — Archai, Archangels,
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    • will be able to lead me farther in that search which is the deepest
    • by rising shapes of cloud — and scarcely even that, for there
    • intensity. And yet there was still the search, there was still the
    • order to research into these regions, we must have come to the point
    • was destined and intended to become the Fourth Hierarchy, but that he
    • the Fourth Hierarchy. For within the Rosicrucian School the
    • striving in the Spirit, this search for self-knowledge, in connection
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    • research, something that is of very great beauty. There were the
    • Fourth Hierarchy and has descended too deeply into matter” (for
    • that man may be able to return to the rank of the Fourth Hierarchy,
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    • would have had to say: First Hierarchy: Seraphim, Cherubim,
    • Thrones; Second Hierarchy: Exusiai, Dynamis, Kyriotetes; Third
    • Hierarchy: Angels, Archangels, Archai; Fourth Hierarchy:
    • none the less making the Fourth Hierarchy.
    • not the being on the lowest branch, as it were, of the Hierarchies,
    • Rosicrucian school, isolated, scarcely known to the world, where over
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    • One after another the seven great Archangel Spirits enter from time
    • other ruling Archangels are Spirits who talk much — in a
    • the Hierarchy of Archangeloi, we feel that impulses are coming from
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    • over-arching cosmic desire-covering there shoot the iron arrows of the
    • of Michael with positive, searching and directing gaze, his eye like a
    • arbitrary human choice. If that were so, they would scarcely have
    • hierarchies — this gives the necessary contrast over against the
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    • ruling Archangels are talkative Spirits — in a spiritual sense,
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    • make him comparable with the Beings of the Hierarchy of the Angels.
    • Beings of the different Hierarchies proceed from lower to higher
    • stages. It is not only the human Hierarchy which is subject to this
    • ascending evolution, but also the Hierarchies who are above mankind.
    • From among these Hierarchies let us take the one which stands two
    • stages higher than man, the Hierarchy of the Archangels. As I said
    • the races is connected with the Hierarchy of the Archangels. The
    • successive epochs of mankind are subject to the Archai, the Spirits of
    • Archangels, we have names which we have met with in other connections
    • separate Beings of the Hierarchy of the Archangels; not abstractly by
    • appointed from among the Hierarchy of the Archangels, and that this
    • customary for these leaders amongst the Hierarchy of the Archangels,
    • the Hierarchy of the Archangels, just as one mentions the names of men
    • Beings of the Hierarchy of the Archangels who have in turn controlled
    • through the march of evolution will above all have to observe how
    • the Hierarchies had to prevent these forces from flowing into man's
    • Two Beings of the Archangels are to be distinguished in this way: One
    • can divide from one another the Beings who belong to the Hierarchy of
    • the Archangels.
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    • the member of the Hierarchies from whom streamed forth the impulse
    • Archangels have had the guidance of mankind's spiritual evolution, but
    • of the higher Hierarchies have this distinguishing characteristic;
    • Hierarchy, that he is an Archangel, that Archangels have such and such
    • rank of the Archangels to the rank of the Archai. His place will be
    • mission, ascend into the realm of the Archangel Beings.
    • are actually able to perceive at some point how an Archangel ascends
    • to the nature of the Archai, and an Angel Being to an Archangel Being.
    • to Michael, — that is, to the same Spirit of the Hierarchy of
    • Archangels who in earlier times had been used by the impulse of Jahve
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    • searching out the sources and wellsprings from which fairy tales
    • resources of spiritual research is to discover something quite
    • to bring only a few hints regarding the results of research.
    • the methods of research described in my books as a way to approach
    • is often the same story with the spiritual researcher, even when he
    • such soul conflict discovered by spiritual research takes place
    • engaged in a battle that the spiritual researcher can catch only to a
    • the wing by spiritual research; it occurs at the moment of falling
    • absent when we are awake. Spiritual research can show one very
    • hunger more distinctly than we do today, and this led them to search
    • use by the whole organism. It is tempting to search in these
    • and also of our present sun. Spiritual research can look back to the
    • developed as an independent body in the universe. In searching for
    • can be found only through the scientific methods of spiritual research.
    • Everything the spiritual researcher finds in the spiritual world —
    • ideas. Everyone can realize, however, through spiritual research how
    • Before we hear it, let us recall that according to spiritual research
    • are we not? Because of a fact that spiritual research has discovered,
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    • to rule, when we make such a search as the king is doing. Even today
    • determined only by his archetypes in the spiritual world. Therefore
    • some external happening like searching for a bride is pictured in
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    • Scarcely anything is left today of that ancient consciousness of man's
    • development escapes our notice. Indeed it is scarcely perceptible
    • derived. Spiritual research alone can give information on these
    • matters. But when spiritual research has had its say, I would ask any
    • scholarship subsequently confirm, piece by piece, the researches of
    • take precedence of all documentary research; for by documentary
    • research alone one simply cannot understand the life of man.
    • In the second Degree he learned Music; he learned the Architecture,
    • world as they are built with earthly architecture. Music is yonder, it
    • Geometry, Architecture and Mensuration. He saw that a real science of
    • the true sciences of Earth are Geometry, Architecture, Music and
    • Architecture. With these forces we cannot study Chemistry; and if we
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    • 21st March — Full Moon — Sun day.
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    • is the Dalai-Lama. In the interval, while the search continues for
    • apart, now appears as an arch-criminal. He had gone mad in prison and
    • belonging to the Hierarchy of the Angeloi to the hero of the drama,
    • The old Count searches for and finds her there, and she
    • has sent her thoughts into the wilderness, searching for me!
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    • of the higher Hierarchies, men would not have been capable at that
    • for the most part brought about by the higher Hierarchies. And it was
    • evil” (which means to search for the ideas in the outer world)
    • case of Petrarch it was different, 1 century later, in the 14th
    • century, Petrarch read Virgil with far greater credence. He turned
    • his friends wrote to Petrarch saying that there had appeared to him
    • non-Christian literature, he (Petrarch) gave a very significant
    • the friend — and through him, Petrarch — was enjoined
    • Christianity of that time regarded as truly Christian. Petrarch wrote
    • approaching epoch and still hold good today. Petrarch replied to his
    • (Petrarch: Letter to Boccaccio (“Epistolae seniles” I.
    • written by Petrarch to his friend; “For a diseased or weak
    • quote the words of Petrarch: “The knowledge that has wrestled
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture III: The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge. The Secrets of the Future Sixth Cultural Period.
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    • narcosis, settle down in some stream of thought into which they were
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    • searched (as we express it today) his conscience. When spring returned,
    • see that he felt no need to search for the gods anywhere but within
    • Indeed the field of his search was precisely mankind's evolution.
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    • individual arts. Pure naturalism can never create an artistic architecture,
    • are offended if the architect of a residence sacrifices anything of
    • path out into the world of spirit through the architectural forms vaulting
    • architectural forms. Insofar as these forms were artistic and not merely
    • measurements and proportions in the complicated architectural forms
    • carry its being out into the cosmos, becomes an architectural form.
    • question. The forms of architecture were, so to speak, answers.
    • me with the physical world? Ecclesiastical architecture bodies forth, as
    • The answer was ecclesiastical architecture, the artistic element in
    • architecture unfolds out of the principle of the soul's escape from the
    • garments. Just as, in ancient times, architecture pointed to the end of
    • architecture, he would receive impressions relevant to space-free,
    • must be revealed out of anthroposophical research will prove to be
    • of legs, feet and so forth into head takes place, the higher hierarchies
    • that the top of the head appears as an image of the vast space arching
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    • architecture, about the art of costuming (though this may call forth
    • of the world. In architectural forms we see what the human soul expects
    • forms of architecture insofar as they are artistic. Thus, if we would
    • understand architecture's artistic element we must consider the soul's
    • contrast. Whereas architecture shows the human soul's striving on its
    • of the higher hierarchies on the force relationship of a previous life,
    • human being manifests himself directly in the arching of the upper skull,
    • in architecture we behold something connected with his departure from the
    • into that body. Which means a sharp contrast: whereas architecture begins
    • from architecture, costuming as an art, and sculpture. Painting is an
    • the case of architecture, that the soul is striving to create the forms
    • are stimulated. For true art is an expression of man's search for a
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    • of cognition highlights, on the one hand, the gravity of the search
    • seriousness of the search for knowledge. Imagine the effect of such
    • was intoxicated by his search for spirituality: Goethe could feel that.
    • could his own search come to fruition. Thus he represents the evening
    • to the evening glow had passed; we must now search with all our might
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    • and dessert, poems were read which satirized this very research. First
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    • and the good, for anyone in search of an idealistic expression mouthed
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    • Steiner's extraordinary insights on architecture, sculpture, painting,
    • and art must today be ever-present in anthroposophical world-research;
    • form. Thus the Goetheanum architecture rose completely idea-less (if
    • art of architecture which, to a large degree, today serves utilitarian
    • purposes. To understand architectural forms, one must feel the human
    • in architecture, this reality does not manifest clearly. But take the
    • pinnacle reached by architecture when it created protective covers for
    • starting point of architecture had great meaning. Primeval instinctive
    • tomb-architecture. It cannot find its bearings in the storms of weather
    • can say: Originally architecture expressed the manner in which man wants
    • soul of man, one arrives at the right architectural forms.
    • Fine architecture
    • spreads into spatial forms. Architecture strives to reveal this relation
    • a manifestation of the soul in space; and in like manner, in architectural
    • at work in two arts: architecture and costuming.
    • to use the well-known apparatus of research institutes for determining
    • a marvelous way we shall recognize in the human head, in its arching
    • reality — of the heavenly dome dynamically overarching us. An
    • the universe artistically. In forehead and the arching crown of the
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    • discussing architecture, the art of costuming, and sculpture,
    • clear if we advance from those of the outer world, that is architecture,
    • researcher — knowing all the objections of his opponents —
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    • so often sees today. One scarcely sees a child now who holds his pen
    • trip along, who scarcely use their heels in walking, have gone
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    • can scarcely converse with the Drawing teachers: they are such
    • would be something scarcely appropriate to the subject.
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    • definition of Hippocratic medicine would be: the conclusion of archaic
    • Paracelsus assumed the existence of the Archaeus, as the foundation
    • accepted it. He assumed the Archaeus, as we today speak of the
    • Whether we use the term Archaeus, as Paracelsus did, or our term, the
    • organism of our Earth. Our etheric body — like the Archaeus of
    • hints — the extra-terrestrial forces associated with the Archaeus and
    • the terrestrial sphere. We must search for tractive forces which bring
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    • the “Archaeus” and we call the “Etheric body” — or, if to avoid
    • (Archaeus). If we wish to find a current term to designate certain
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    • enunciated by Archimedes, that the brain becomes buoyant as it floats
    • remarkably extensive field of research, and I would venture to
    • anatomical research, on the intestinal structures of various animal
    • these matters that has received no scientific study and research up
    • every use of the microscope, against every research on the microscopic
    • the control of this tension really comprises what we must search for
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    • search in the earth itself for the forces fundamental to growth, which
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    • spiritual-scientific research. I only try to use sometimes the terms
    • that any item of my course here is simply derived from archaic
    • plants with great root development. And if you search in their ashes,
    • made nonsense. He did not realise that the terminology of archaic
    • new departure in the whole of man's medical researches. It left the
    • archaic way, now blocked because of the ignorance concerning the
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    • super-sensible research, and then we shall be in a position to proceed
    • various kinds of carcinoma formation.
    • the development of carcinoma must always remain a mysterious factor in
    • disease in later life. The search for microbes is not really helpful
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    • search for all curative procedures. Think, e.g., of our question: what
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    • a leit motiv, a main theme in the search for the effects of
    • ebullient living outgrowths of carcinomatous nature, if this
    • natural science conducts its search, there is only life's polar
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    • of carcinomatous growths. Carcinoma, if objectively studied, shows
    • are so perceptible in the case of deep-seated carcinomatous growths,
    • remind you that it is quite possible to take a carcinoma situated on
    • question, and based on well-established research in spiritual science.
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    • results all that happens in cases of myoma, carcinoma, sarcoma. We
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    • we must search for in the mineral kingdom itself, in order to cure
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    • Neue Züricher Zeitung, No. 342, 7th March, 1924.]
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    • 2nd March, 1924.] I spoke of how the entire human organisation
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    • the beginning of March, and the child was from then on nourished by
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    • put us on the right track in our search. An irregularity in the
    • very thin parchment-like paper, but it must be really thin so that it
    • Search
    • an archaeopteryx sharpened his bill on a church steeple. That book of
    • starchy water, this treatment also to be continued for fourteen
    • days. The body will have to change the starch into sugar, and that
    • Wenn ein Archaeopt'ryx jetzt
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    • which can lead to observation of archetypal plant. Spirituality lives
    • of the archetypal plant. For he knows that the idea which lies hidden
    • of the archetypal plant.
    • in the archaic language of an earlier way of thought the “good
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    • very admirable modern scientific research has made further
    • research into this complicated human organisation. Were there
    • the kidneys. We must search for it. How can we find ways and
    • the question. And we must search somewhere in the functional
    • scientific research that is called Anthroposophy. There is
    • will bring research to the point of extreme exactitude with
    • carcinoma — as a cancerous
    • organism that we can perceive that carcinoma represents a
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    • can be made fruitful through anthroposophical research, and to-day
    • anthroposophical research were explained. I said that it is
    • being of man. Spiritual Science therefore makes researches into
    • system, is carcinoma. Here there is evidence that the
    • with carcinomatous growth. We must work against this tendency
    • carcinoma. What, then, must we do in order to discover a
    • of Earth-development and search for something that is a
    • beneficial effect upon carcinoma and work in the direction of
    • the basis of anthroposophical research, we make a special
    • the nature of man which is gained by anthroposophical research
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    • modern scientific research has made further progress, it will
    • research into this complicated human organisation. Were there
    • process such as is wanting in the kidneys. We must search for
    • strongly enough? That is the question. And we must search
    • research that is called Anthroposophy. There is nothing of the
    • research to the point of extreme exactitude with regard to the
    • carcinoma — as a cancerous growth. It is only when we can
    • that carcinoma represents a certain tendency, displaced in
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    • through anthroposophical research, and to-day I would like to
    • research were explained. I said that it is possible to divide
    • Spiritual Science therefore makes researches into the whole of
    • system, is carcinoma. Here there is evidence that the system of
    • with carcinomatous growth. We must work against this tendency
    • create senses. This results in carcinoma. What, then, must we
    • back to earlier conditions of Earth development and search for
    • a beneficial effect upon carcinoma and work in the direction of
    • the basis of anthroposophical research, we make a special
    • of man which is gained by anthroposophical research builds the
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    • MEDICAL RESEARCH
    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • health and disease only by those methods of research which
    • branches of research which are introductory to the study of medicine;
    • that we must make yet deeper researches. Hence we realise that we must
    • is discovered by empirical physical methods of research. It is
    • carcinomatous processes (cancer). Researches into this matter have had
    • cannot understand carcinoma unless one realises that it is due to the
    • therapy of carcinoma, which shall be dealt with in due course.
    • spiritual observation, shows scarcely any metamorphosis when it is
    • secrets of Nature. This search into Nature's secrets — into the
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    • MEDICAL RESEARCH
    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • health and disease only by those methods of research which
    • branches of research which are introductory to the study of medicine;
    • that we must make yet deeper researches. Hence we realise that we must
    • is discovered by empirical physical methods of research. It is
    • carcinomatous processes (cancer). Researches into this matter have had
    • cannot understand carcinoma unless one realises that it is due to the
    • therapy of carcinoma, which shall be dealt with in due course.
    • spiritual observation, shows scarcely any metamorphosis when it is
    • secrets of Nature. This search into Nature's secrets — into the
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    • instinctive patriarchal conditions and to think over its
    • market, governed anarchically by Supply and Demand. In
    • deferential rights, under the old patriarchal
    • often did Bismarck lay it down as a maxim that, ‘This Empire is
    • ‘march;’ — though indeed this official
    • ‘marching’ is very unlike the old military forward
    • march, and looks much more like a skipping-about, — or
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    • received its archetypal form because an avatar had woven
    • archetypal etheric body, prepared by an exalted avatar and
    • multiplication and transmission of the archetypal copy onto
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    • Noah and progenitor of the Semitic people. Occult research
    • were present as archetypes in the spiritual world. If an
    • peoples and races. A copy of the archetypal astral and
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    • futile to talk about the spiritual hierarchies because one
    • hierarchies and thus he was able to solve the most difficult
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    • read in our memory, but the beings of the higher Hierarchies cannot
    • soul who searches into himself a little, hatred, even if quite
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    • which it stood in March of the year 1922.
    • the spring equinox, the end of March. Then we shall have to picture
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    • research, the Resurrection thought becomes alive again. But this
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    • fitted into one or another of the three archetypal forces.
    • archetypal forms underlying all activity.
    • December, January, February, March. The boundaries do not need to be
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    • In an ether-body that has been parched by materialism, Mephistopheles
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    • arches, and weld themselves together, just as the pointed
    • arches of the Gothic Cathedral weld themselves into a whole. This
    • arches over him in southern loveliness rather than the coldness of
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    • differently coloured heaven arches over us, and the plants struggle
    • rightly regarded by ancient spiritual researchers as the immediate
    • starc unt viel
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    • Scarce touching where it
    • archetypes of earth existence.
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    • Gods silent, searching flight:
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    • How was this goodly Architecture
    • ’Tis scarcely afternoon –
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    • original, archaic energy and primordial power in readiness, and
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    • research how it is that from the twentieth century onwards Christ
    • research tells us that in our epoch Christ becomes the Lord of Karma
    • research, this is not to be understood as though it were a single
    • every means available to occult research. We will now enter more
    • you wish to search for it. However, I shall take no account of the
    • impart as the results of occult research in our time.
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    • confirmed by occult research: the Gospel of Matthew was originally
    • form. Hence the Gospels have been subject to a method of research
    • fully demonstrated only by occult research. Only when the original
    • significance of this Event is understood through occult research will
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    • that precisely the researches made by western occultism in quite
    • Hierarchy which had first brought the human Ego into being: the
    • Hierarchy of the Spirits of Form. We can now picture to ourselves —
    • occult research shows this — that part of the substance of the
    • Gospel, for they are con-firmed by true occult research — when
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    • corresponds exactly with occult research. The Bodhisattva who worked
    • preparation for the future evolution of humanity. Occult research
    • as patriarch or another — and is to bring new forces for the
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    • The Asuras are retarded Beings of the Hierarchy of the Archai
    • entire Hierarchy. C.S.P.
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    • Goethean research has made many attempts to find the clue to the
    • together with humanity, is connected with those hierarchies of Beings
    • into the karma of the hierarchies. In the destinies of mankind in the
    • materialistic science to-day, all the research that is not only futile
    • of the materialistic research pursued here on earth. It is by no means
    • materialistic superstitions, when further research can be made into
    • entirely by vanity and ambition. How much scientific research is
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    • patriarchs and ask ourselves what kind of a man such a
    • patriarch really was, the answer must be somewhat as follows:
    • patriarchs, when the body was already breaking up, the soul was
    • patriarchs with such devotion and reverence, saying: “O,
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    • scarcely anything. I am unable to enter into his difficulties
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    • archaeology. In the University Register he was entered as
    • hear only his lectures on Greek archaeology. He had to teach
    • scarce. He perforce sells one of the cars and soon after the
    • which we have scarcely an inkling, a life so remote that we no
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    • Gradually it has come about that scarcely a week goes by
    • us take an example. There was once a Gnosis, of which scarcely
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    • dynamic element which is expressed in architecture. It is very
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    • you need. For what you look up in this research is of far less
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    • determined by research that there are such types of memory;
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    • the days of the monarchy and in the days of ordinary democratic
    • steal a march on the last manifestations of the sound
    • composed primarily of starch or sugar, a substance
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    • have a spirit who leads us personally, belonging to the Hierarchy of
    • the Angels; over them we have the spirits belonging to the Hierarchy of
    • the Archangels, who enter into a man immediately he passes through the
    • because many archangels have entered into his being. The people feel
    • umbilical cord to the spiritual beings of the higher Hierarchies.
    • Let us now add to these scarcely perceptible higher members of man's
    • the purpose, including the study of architecture and kindred subjects.
    • The earlier, more naive patriarchal forms of education achieved this
    • in a naive patriarchal way: it simply became a habit of life. In all
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    • arts: for what the plastic and architectural arts are without, the
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    • carbon, and out of this it forms starch and sugar and everything else
    • middle portion of the processes of Nature. Science may well search for
    • made the very smallest beginning, scarcely even a beginning. When
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    • goes about with dry mouth, with parched tongue, with a bitter taste in
    • mimicry he takes up the parched tongue, the bitter taste in the mouth;
    • Yet such is our organism. In us we have the effects of the parched
    • system. Research is carried on in experimental psychology to find out
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    • starch, (German: Starke) is formed in the liver indeed, but not formed
    • All human beings form starch in the liver but it is different from
    • plant starch — it is an animal starch which in the liver
    • animal starch into sugar is a very important part of the activity of
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    • Our carcinoma
    • surprised and would like to go and search out where that which is being
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    • slowly turned into starch by the saliva in our mouth and the
    • secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need without fail,
    • but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain carbohydrates, and
    • the carbohydrates are turned into starch inside us. Then they are
    • stomach. There the body has to exert strength to derive starch from
    • from the starch. Only then can it go to the head. So one has to use
    • transforming carbohydrates into starch and starch into sugar, I become
    • forms starch and sugar in the healthiest possible way. Actually, the
    • starch and sugar.
    • starch and the starch into sugar: that requires inner heat.
    • to transform those raw potatoes — which are almost starch already.
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    • all the faults. He formed an archetype from many human beings, which
    • the archetypes — not the mental images that man normally has,
    • which are like copies, but the archetypes. By proceeding to the
    • music of Devachan. The archetype, the pattern, of music exists in
    • body is an etheric archetype of the physical body. A much more
    • themselves live on. The archetype of music is in the spiritual,
    • whereas the archetypes for the other arts lie in the physical world
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    • being in order to find the archetype in him; instead, he looks around
    • archetypal picture of Zeus that corresponds to the thought of Zeus he
    • work of an architect, built in stone to withstand centuries, is
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    • relationship man has with angels and archangels and therefore to
    • beings of the higher hierarchies. It is a relationship in which one
    • through spiritual scientific research can one perceive what actually
    • is one thing if a being of the hierarchy of angels utters an a,
    • another when an archangel or yet another hierarchical being says it.
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    • the realms of the higher hierarchies. We shall now take a closer look
    • these realms: the realms of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai,
    • research that, up into the fourth century A.D.,
    • borne or flowed from those hierarchical beings that we designate as
    • of form — gave their thought forces up to the Archai, to the
    • beginnings, or Archai, took over the task formerly executed by the
    • thoughts are passed on to the Archai, the primal beginnings, how what
    • fact that the task of the Exusiai passed on to the Archai.
    • beings to the primal beginnings, from the Exusiai to the Archai, man
    • increasingly senses the thoughts in his own being, because the Archai
    • the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and Archai; they are really on this side of
    • Archai. He senses them as being located more in his world, whereas
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    • Higher Spiritual Beings, Higher Hierarchies, prevented this from
    • in such research here, on the Earth, to investigate what these souls
    • of Darkness as we may call them, belonging to the hierarchical rank of
    • attributed to revolutionary anarchists.
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    • Spiritual Beings are to be found ... Angeloi, Archangeloi, and still
    • higher Hierarchies. It is considered to be a sign of enlightenment to
    • spiritual world, between certain Beings of the higher Hierarchies and
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    • spiritual-scientific research with them. What Anthroposophy can at
    • no stones dug out of the earth, no documents preserved in archives,
    • standpoint of clairvoyant research or Initiation-knowledge. I was
    • out why purely materialistic research cannot recognize the supreme
    • who carry out this research cannot understand that a higher Initiate
    • will find their solution when — as the outcome of research into
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    • research does not enter into these fine distinctions; it does not
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    • Searching microscopical examination of substances is made in order to
    • the female seed, and the researchers are satisfied when they believe,
    • Powers allow that to come to light which the researcher himself does
    • the conscious faculties of researchers are permeated by the spiritual
    • contradictions alleged by materialistic research would be invalidated,
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    • soul, of the heart; others, perhaps, found it through the search for
    • majority of mankind at present progresses, to search for their own
    • hierarchies, where all their acts are related to this world of
    • numerous opportunities to observe such searching souls. For
    • visit the Goethe and Schiller archive. It was possible to become
    • that through the Goethe archive was impossible to elicit. It was also
    • continue his search. Next to him was a very intelligent American, who
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    • something exceedingly archaic about them. It was hard to avoid the
    • peoples' search led them to the Theosophical Society, and they,
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    • research, to be assimilated adequately within a wider context in an
    • physical research and intellectual knowledge but, on the other hand,
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    • more intensive search, who had been caught up in the stream set in
    • This soon descended into total farce. A congress of the
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    • in the fight against the atom in our research institute in Stuttgart,
    • had been printed the copies were sent to my house in large parcels.
    • but in the meantime he had become an Old Catholic archbishop. He was
    • describing also contained precisely those souls who were searching
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    • basic research for ourselves in the various fields, but to do that
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    • and anarchy would reign in human society.
    • anybody who undertakes a different type of research will not find
    • discovered through scientific research. Under his
    • on through further research, through continuing to live with the
    • by Blavatsky and theosophy to search for the spirit.
    • by research, because people do not have access to the underlying
    • speaks about the archeus, what today we would call the
    • saying — and he would have used the term archeus, or
    • we describe as astral body today — that the archeus
    • ourselves. If we engage in that search in the spirit of wisdom
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    • stimulating researches. They deserve our greatest respect and
    • the Micha-el who is invested with authority from the hierarchy of the
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    • potential architect, sculptor or painter.
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    • archetypal forms are present in the Cosmos, that they are mirrored in
    • again we find there a living reality, the archetypes akin to those of
    • adequate preparation, we suffer a near total swoon, scarcely
    • consciousness that reaches to the archetypes of the animal kingdom.
    • (tin) is the consciousness of the archetypes of the plant kingdom and
    • worlds by adopting the orthodox methods of research and
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    • Architrenius (1184) is mentioned in one of Rudolf Steiner's
    • and concreteness that could scarcely be bettered today. At the same
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    • in connection with the Archangel epochs:
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    • already learned that a plant is the reflected image of the archetypal
    • by raising our consciousness into this world of archetypal forms
    • consider the law of Archimedes. You will be familiar with it from
    • a man such as Archimedes this experience had wider implications. He
    • Archimedes.
    • the law of Archimedes its effective weight is only 20 grammes
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    • corresponding forms. They depicted the Beings of the hierarchy of the
    • Angels almost in the likeness of human beings, the Archangels with
    • the Archai solely with a winged head because this was the form they
    • have seized upon, namely, the sphere of psychical research. These
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
    • special field of research the confused, dilettante experiments which
    • properties — these, so-called psychical research proposes to
    • Psychical Research would like to do by means of external experiments.
    • Research would like to explore.
    • investigation that had been ignored by psychical research; and
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    • Initiation we may have the vision of an Archangel, but it remains a
    • Archangel and then the real Archangel is revealed within the vision.
    • us, the Archangel was not of necessity there. But now the Archangel
    • now, through identification with the search for Saturn, for the inner
    • who are today engaged in psychical research never dream of taking the
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    • findings of other research workers in this field. Everyone accepts
    • made researches into spiritual facts since they still preserved
    • learning. A chemist, for example, undertakes a piece of research in
    • rigid line of demarcation is set up between science and belief. Men
    • independent research work. Newton offers an excellent example of the
    • spiritual research are accepted by healthy understanding, a way is
    • reason its architecture, sculpture and painting met with so little
    • be introduced into painting, sculpture and architecture, in
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    • the Micha-el who is invested with authority from the hierarchy of the
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    • potential architect, sculptor or painter.
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    • archetypal forms are present in the Cosmos, that they are mirrored in
    • again we find there a living reality, the archetypes akin to those of
    • adequate preparation, we suffer a near total swoon, scarcely
    • consciousness that reaches to the archetypes of the animal kingdom.
    • (tin) is the consciousness of the archetypes of the plant kingdom and
    • worlds by adopting the orthodox methods of research and
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    • and concreteness that could scarcely be bettered today. At the same
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    • in connection with the Archangel epochs:
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    • already learned that a plant is the reflected image of the archetypal
    • by raising our consciousness into this world of archetypal forms
    • consider the law of Archimedes. You will be familiar with it from
    • a man such as Archimedes this experience had wider implications. He
    • Archimedes.
    • the law of Archimedes its effective weight is only 20 grammes
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    • corresponding forms. They depicted the Beings of the hierarchy of the
    • Angels almost in the likeness of human beings, the Archangels with
    • the Archai solely with a winged head because this was the form they
    • have seized upon, namely, the sphere of psychical research. These
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
    • special field of research the confused, dilettante experiments which
    • properties — these, so-called psychical research proposes to
    • Psychical Research would like to do by means of external experiments.
    • Research would like to explore.
    • investigation that had been ignored by psychical research; and
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    • small university town of the day conditions were still patriarchal.
    • Initiation we may have the vision of an Archangel, but it remains a
    • Archangel and then the real Archangel is revealed within the vision.
    • us, the Archangel was not of necessity there. But now the Archangel
    • now, through identification with the search for Saturn, for the inner
    • who are today engaged in psychical research never dream of taking the
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    • findings of other research workers in this field. Everyone accepts
    • made researches into spiritual facts since they still preserved
    • learning. A chemist, for example, undertakes a piece of research in
    • rigid line of demarcation is set up between science and belief. Men
    • independent research work. Newton offers an excellent example of the
    • spiritual research are accepted by healthy understanding, a way is
    • reason its architecture, sculpture and painting met with so little
    • be introduced into painting, sculpture and architecture, in
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    • color and tone, and working with sculptural architecture.
    • spiritual science and spiritual research so that we are armed
    • progressive hierarchies who, in fact, are the very spirits
    • machines are beings belonging to the ahrimanic hierarchy.
    • spirits of the Jehovah hierarchy, we have to admit that in
    • and which the good spirits of the hierarchies, if we may use
    • spiritual hierarchies that are progressing on a straight
    • path. This connection with the spiritual hierarchies for
    • ‘rightful’ spiritual beings of the hierarchies
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    • architecture is the one that has become most separated from
    • the human being as a whole. Architecture is separated from
    • architecture. Architecture is in some way detached from what
    • character of architecture very largely disappears.
    • belonging to the hierarchy of the angels. For even the
    • utter rigidity, if the beings of the higher hierarchies did
    • then architecture arises. All architecture consists in
    • architecture arises. All the laws present in the
    • architectural utilisation of matter are to be found also in
    • architecture.
    • of architecture, what we can say to ourselves about it? We
    • become physical, just as in architecture the laws of the
    • body, just as architecture arises out of the physical body.
    • Architecture
    • architecture we push the laws of the physical body into the
    • Just as we find in architecture the expression of the laws of
    • into our works of sculpture. In architecture we transplant
    • architecture are to be seen in the laws of our physical
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    • becomes an architect. Architecture would never have come into
    • become the laws of architecture. Man mysteriously projects
    • into the laws of architecture all that he took into his being
    • present aspect of architecture is quite different from what
    • we know of ‘Saturn architecture’. But the
    • essential and living elements in our architectural activities
    • absorbed in the creativity of architecture, either as the
    • architect or as the observer or admirer? He lives within the
    • entirely into the laws of architecture, he forgets all about
    • by architecture, its austerity, its chaste proportions, its
    • hierarchies, the Thrones and Archai, who were active at the
    • the other beings belonging to the higher hierarchies.
    • creates or enjoys architecture (where it is a case of real
    • space outside, becomes architecture, so sculpture appears
    • will discover that an architectural mood underlies the
    • architecture, sculpture, and painting out of the memory
    • hierarchies will protect you, will cause you to find yourself
    • architraves in our Goetheanum building; it was a diving down
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    • color and tone, and working with sculptural architecture.
    • Disregarding the kind of atrocious modern research that tears
    • ourselves relate to the beings of the higher hierarchies in
    • perceptions of the spirits of the higher hierarchies. We
    • become the thoughts of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai and
    • higher hierarchies think us, they make mental images of us.
    • These beings of the higher hierarchies take hold of us with
    • spirits of the higher hierarchies, and in the course of his
    • sleep these beings of the higher hierarchies experienced what
    • the higher hierarchies experienced in him.
    • is a host of spiritual beings of the higher hierarchies, into
    • beings of the higher hierarchies who can reveal themselves to
    • spiritual world the beings of the higher hierarchies are
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    • WORKING WITH SCULPTURAL ARCHITECTURE I
    • architecture can come again, the concepts we receive from
    • our way into the element of architecture.
    • elements in architecture, so that architecture affects us
    • aware, too, that whereas outside, the architectural element
    • ourselves in this encounter with the architectural element,
    • develop a musical mood. Architecture produces a musical mood
    • elements of architecture and music appear to be so alien in
    • our experience of architecture brings about a reconciliation,
    • abstract way about it, but show in the architecture of the
    • a musical mood with architectural form. If you study what is
    • and the architraves that extend above the pillars do not just
    • to bring architectural forms into musical flux, and the
    • architectural and sculptural forms that belong to them. It is
    • music of the past. Architecture and sculpture of the future
    • architecture has anything to offer the feelings.
    • architecture is related to what lies in the past. A child is
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    • among what we would now call the higher hierarchies, attained
    • Beginnings, the Archai reached their human level, during the
    • Sun period the Archangels, during the Moon period the Angels
    • higher hierarchies took part in the preparation of humanity.
    • There is a description of how the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai were involved in the development of human beings, and
    • about the relation of modern science to modern research into
    • external science to a genuine research into truth. You must
    • occult research, among other things, because I thought it
    • the communications of genuine spiritual research, when the
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    • and the architectural principle underlying it. If you want to
    • study what motivated the architectural forms of this house,
    • forms are transformations of one archetypal form. There is
    • kind of new innovation in architecture and, as you know, were
    • have to become apprentices of the creative hierarchies who
    • the forms of the architraves. If you imagine the forces in
    • the architraves jumping into the side structure and pushing
    • to try and slip inside these forms of the architraves with
    • could justify the principles behind this architectural form
    • architectural form. One day when the rising of the smoke is
    • the details on which these architectural forms are based,
    • hierarchies and fills and forms the whole of our world. There
    • beings of the higher hierarchies, whereby one truly lifts
    • a thought as it were, an organ of the higher hierarchies,
    • of, pictured and perceived by the higher hierarchies, is the
    • results of spiritual research, with your intellect and
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    • All the research we are able to pursue into the kinds of
    • knowledge. Physical research only confirmed it later. People realize
    • pieces. If people would work with the same consistent research and
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    • them, they are slowly turned into starch by the saliva in our mouth
    • and the secretions in our stomach. Starch is something we need
    • without fail, but we don't eat starch; we eat foods that contain
    • carbohydrates, and the carbohydrates are turned into starch inside
    • starch from them. Then the digestive process goes further in the
    • to be derived from the starch. Only then can it go to the head. So
    • inner strength, transforming carbohydrates into starch and starch
    • nature that the human being forms starch and sugar in the healthiest
    • through the process of making starch and sugar.
    • we can't transform our carbohydrates into starch and the starch into
    • almost starch already. And the extent to which it could transform
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    • March. If in the present epoch we look at the point in the heavens
    • where the sun rises on the twenty-first of March, we find behind the
    • twenty-first of March is different every year. A year ago the sun
    • scarce along the roads and so it develops luxuriant petals; but then
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    • researches in the 40's of the last century into the nature of the
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    • hats, “democratic hats” — marching out into the
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    • sense-perceptible world — it is possible to carry out research in the
    • of spiritual research, and that we now have an epoch when these findings can
    • findings of the spiritual researcher. The contemplative judgment that Goethe
    • individual spiritual researcher in accord with the constitution of the soul
    • today. Similar paths were followed by the spiritual researcher in times gone
    • by. But spiritual research has no meaning if it is to remain the possession
    • and so on. But spiritual research is not like that. It has to do with the
    • what the spiritual researcher has to impart. Since human nature changes from
    • times, accordingly, the spiritual researcher had to use other means. And if
    • an externalised picture of something a spiritual researcher has experienced,
    • spiritual researcher will agree that from the standpoint of modern culture
    • developed, they can be searched for only in ancient writings.
    • today penetrate as researchers into the spiritual world and are then able to
    • spiritual researcher has to speak of realms which are not far removed from
    • today the soul allows itself to be acted on by what the spiritual researcher
    • researcher has to impart must be clothed in the conceptual terms which are
    • person with his ordinary reason. The spiritual researcher is now again in a
    • physical research. If we want to understand his inner spiritual being, we
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    • the boundaries of the soul, by whatever paths you search; so all-embracing is
    • research is communicated, no more is required of the listener than ordinary
    • understood in the light of this spiritual research when in later lectures we
    • pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, and can scarcely be perceived as an
    • soul, by whatever paths you search for them; so wide and deep is the being of
    • wide that we have to search for them by all possible paths, but we can hope
    • will illumine our search for knowledge if we accept the true words of
    • soul are so wide that you may search along every path and not reach them, so
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    • the soul, by whatever paths you search for them; so all-embracing is
    • this everlasting search for truth, and since truth is so manifold in meaning,
    • prejudicial to truth if someone in search of truth cannot get away from
    • individuality. If we then try to eliminate these influences from our search
    • viewpoint. In the search for truth, the only passion that must not be
    • estrange men from one another than a lack of concern for truth and the search
    • should be our sole guide-line in our search for truth.
    • knowing where to search for enjoyment. Prometheus cannot pass on to his son
    • honest search for truth may well be echoed by every man in his solitary
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    • then, can we take the powers we have woven into our spiritual archetype and
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    • the findings of clairvoyant research. Clairvoyance is indeed necessary for
    • research because you trust the researcher. You may have learnt that his
    • The necessity of this has been proved by spiritual researchers down the
    • world. Then, when as searchers we come to know the spirit, and when we apply
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    • scarcely allowed themselves to become acquainted with unselfish human wishes.
    • of the stars. The highest spiritual-scientific researches are indicated by
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    • they really are: the outcome of spiritual-scientific research.
    • aspects of research. Thus in his
    • to bring together the external facts in various fields of research; but he
    • that made the moon, for him, the cat of scientific research. Fechner
    • recorded for definite places. He made similar researches in relation to
    • research? Is that a scientific conclusion? I want to remain entirely on the
    • spiritual-scientific research is directed towards the practical, and that the
    • Goethe-Schiller Archives at Weimar, makes some surprising discoveries. He
    • established only if researches are pursued by spiritual-scientific methods.
    • the Sentient Soul. In this soul the ego, though dimly and scarcely aware of
    • still is the evidence from genuine spiritual research. This is not the kind
    • of research that can be undertaken whenever one chooses, but it is dependent
    • but it is so. During spiritual research one is not sleeping — the
    • and so on have strengthened the researcher's faculties to such a degree that
    • modern spiritual researcher there are two periods: one of fourteen days when
    • technique of thinking follow a rhythmical course. The spiritual researcher
    • photographs of the moon, for so-called research — these people will
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    • body; that is to say, the ether body is the architect of the glandular
    • described today as physical light; but in light we have to search for that
    • search
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    • great catastrophe, spiritual-scientific research has the means to discover
    • originate from seers who knew what the spiritual-scientific researcher
    • through laughter and on the other hand to search for itself through tears.
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    • search for the divine foundations of the world. The inward experiences of the
    • regarded as the immediate result of their inward search. In the course of
    • this winter's lectures we have dealt with this inward search in all its
    • its search for enlightenment. Various opinions as to which is the right path
    • postulate multiplicity as the foundation of the world. Deeper research leads
    • the proper path of spiritual science, or spiritual research.
    • path immediately. The modern form of spiritual scientific research is
    • yes. We go out to the external world, but we are not searching for the basis
    • us to understand the real aim and intention of spiritual-scientific research.
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    • emphasised that modern spiritual research calls for a development of these
    • research. And how could it be otherwise? After all, the aim of the spiritual
    • find the boundaries of the soul, by whatever paths you search, so
    • what we know as spiritual research. Our discussion of prayer will have
    • spiritual research.
    • thinker said: “Who would search everywhere out-of-doors for a tool he
    • if he did so. Equally foolish is someone who searches in the outer world for
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    • carcass of a horse has to be beaten tender in order to create bees. Similarly
    • from the spiritual world what he requires to create the archetype of his new
    • physical body and ether body and forms these archetypes up to the time of his
    • Then the moment arrives when this purely spiritual archetypal image has been
    • ether bodies what he has woven into the archetypal image; the archetype is
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    • search for any such convenient labels is fairly useless. For if we try to
    • every inner demand. The ego can scarcely raise itself out of this surge of
    • We have often explained what the spiritual researcher has to do if he wishes
    • researcher always insists on something that has often been emphasised here:
    • spiritual researcher takes account of the fact that anyone who is to
    • example, of a researcher who has worked very fruitfully on a special subject
    • researcher who is the first to analyse a series of natural phenomena is far
    • search, so all-embracing is the soul's being.”
    • can never be discovered, no research can establish them and one could despair
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    • exhausted however much he researches into the spiritual world; that could be
    • brain is involved, whilst spiritual research still requires the physical
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    • ideals, he had pursued his search for truth, together with his Weimar
    • concerning man's search for truth, and the spiritual scientist feels
    • them. And present-day research is quite wrong in supposing that the sagas of
    • spiritual-scientific research.
    • All our searchings and complaints.
    • man who relies upon himself, searches within himself, and draws from out of
    • search for higher answers to the riddles of the world — all this is
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    • about the life of Jesus of Nazareth as a youth — from research
    • Golgotha: a conversation took place — according to research in
    • beautiful archangel whom you thought you were loving.' And then
    • death was not standing there before me, but the archangel which
    • who appeared to me as death and as an archangel and who claimed
    • you and I do not know who you are.” And now the archangel
    • leper saw only the archangel, Jesus vanished, and then death
    • and the archangel vanished. The leper had to continue walking
    • revealed by research in the Akasha Record. They describe events
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    • I want you to have an idea of what we can call occult research,
    • research rests on a study of the Akasha Chronicle. In general
    • be researched in different ways, so now I would like to be more
    • of the beings of the next higher hierarchy, the angeloi, the
    • hierarchy. We let the angels think our thoughts. We must
    • beings of the next hierarchy are conducting them. We must feel
    • Persian epoch and so forth — are thought by the archangels. By
    • archangels. You must then come to the point where you know that
    • you are delivering your life to the life of the archangels. In
    • by the archangels and thus learn about those regions. To
    • brought to this or that time by an archangel”. It is as
    • process of the world by the archangels. But where individual
    • delivers itself as food to the Archai, the spirits of
    • purpose of serving the Archai as food. While we walk around
    • continually consumed, eaten by the Archai. You will not deny
    • Man is for the Archai what a grain of wheat is for you as a
    • live in respect to the Archai as a grain of wheat would live
    • Therefore also know: I am the Archai's food, I am digested by
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    • few centuries. Before that, people had to write on parchment which
    • paper, but such paper as you might use for a parcel. We have indeed a
    • drab-coloured paper for parcels which is just what the wasps use for
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    • so-called starch in it. The starch has a constant tendency to change
    • into sugar. The camomile sap already works on the starch of the plant
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    • Bienenzeitung” March 1923). (Certain passages from this
    • the beginning of May? It means this. You know that on March 23, the
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    • entrances, searching their surroundings, and collecting what they
    • search all round about and collect a certain kind of grass which they then
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    • speaking of theosophists we have an archaism simply
    • conditioned through the language — archaic, namely as
    • Curtius, 1814–1896, archeologist and historian.
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    • along to an evening-lecture I was giving at the Architektenhaus
    • Chancellor Bismarck. Rickert gave a speech in which he accused
    • Bismarck of changing the direction of his political leanings. He
    • pointed out that Bismarck had gone along with the Liberals for a time
    • the metaphor that Bismarck's politics amounted to turning his sails
    • place where everybody is ready to talk! Bismarck, however, rose
    • back at the archer. In a debate it is a matter of picking up the
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    • by Bismarck about politicians steering by the wind,
    • too subjective, it comes more out of a love of sarcasm than
    • government, the election of a school monarch or school
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    • with ordinary scientific research. We often hear it said by those to whom
    • ‘exact research’ implies the methods current in the domain
    • genuine spiritual research; depths are opened up in the soul in which
    • it is only by independent research that we can understand the character
    • research. We on our side have no desire to use these methods. We will
    • emerges an element of lofty, archaic spirituality. There could be no
    • of the Bible is the offspring of an archaic form of thought, of Arian
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    • spiritual research. I do not want to speak against
    • the results of spiritual research. This consciousness is
    • gives the researcher such a feeling of extraordinary
    • research, one might ask oneself the question: How does one
    • it arises naturally. Starting from merely empirical research
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    • never even occur to us to search for the realities
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    • understand this properly: in spiritual research, initially
    • culture would certainly not claim to be a researcher in some
    • sense — toward the spiritual researcher.
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    • the methods of spiritual research with patient inner work is
    • “inside.” And if we search for the factors
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    • which external research presents. However, for someone who is
    • clairvoyant research to what is given by empirical
    • interested in clairvoyant research. But there really is an
    • still another aspect. I have already referred to the research
    • extent that present empirical research permits) and shows
    • brain and nerve activity it is easier because researchers
    • experience leads us to affirm the path of spiritual research,
    • research wishes to give. In the coming days, if we manage to
    • research to enter and throw light on all that cannot be
    • research never discovers that this similarity exists; it only
    • research only speaks of a coloration of feeling. What the
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    • research.
    • through the power of our intellect; if we begin to search for
    • starts with the archetypal or
    • of Mechtild were read and the spiritual researcher then told
    • stream. You see, in true spiritual research we are not
    • spiritual research. There was a request for these lectures to
    • inner view of the human organism. This kind of research is
    • also demanded research efforts, you can imagine that it was
    • problems of spiritual research. Unfortunately, in the years
    • this is needed is obvious when one looks at external research
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    • researcher means when he speaks of intuition and yet there
    • process of spiritual research. With every step one must be
    • spiritual researcher fully reckons with the possibility of
    • through external research. Inner clarity of consciousness
    • into detail here; you can research this yourself if you are
    • what the spiritual researcher tells him about the forms in
    • requires spiritual research. When the spiritual
    • researcher has presented what he wishes to tell in terms of
    • researcher. Whether we look at recent astronomy or the views
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    • May research
    • individual details. The more carefully our spiritual research
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    • If nothing is within the reach of scientific research except what is in
    • of the kind of scientific research, the kind of world view to which
    • renewed from an entirely different side by thinkers and researchers such
    • so these thinkers and researchers set a limit at the sensible. The limit
    • researchers we must confess: ignorabimus, we shall never know. That
    • that scientific research is entangling itself in a kind of web, and
    • conceived in observing external nature? If in one's search for explanations
    • only as a kind of vague feeling about scientific research on the whole
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    • architectonic whole apprehended by the mind's eye
    • in the wonderful architecture of mathematics — how is this inner
    • precisely and soberly, just as scientific research treats the phenomena
    • us in the phenomenal world we seek the archetypal phenomenon
    • phenomena back to the archetypal phenomenon, in just the same way that
    • Anschauen] of complex structures back to the axiom. Goethe's archetypal
    • mathematics. He writes that we must see the archetypal phenomena in such
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    • always strives to find the archetypal phenomenon while remaining within
    • the phenomena themselves and that his search for die archetypal phenomenon
    • search for the axiom underlying complex mathematical constructs. Goethe,
    • that he demanded a method for the determination of archetypal phenomena
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    • spiritual research, one must bear into this region unimpaired judgment,
    • of genius, however, he grew out of puberty into scientific research;
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    • only as an exercise preliminary to further spiritual research. We must
    • sort. Spiritual science must develop a method of research as rigorous
    • for here. It is rather the most urgent need that the work and the research
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    • only, to which recent physiological research adds a few inner senses.
    • with the fruits of Western civilization. Skepticism is merely the march
    • research concerning human physiology, thinking must be excluded and
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    • to the archetypal phenomena, one has already undergone a training that
    • to achieve this quickly. Spiritual research demands of us far more than
    • research in a laboratory or observatory. It demands above all an intense
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    • Bacteriological research is important on this account, but
    • only as a foundation for research. The actual organic causes
    • research.
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    • being. This is a direction to pursue in our research. But
    • such research must be done in the right way, taking all the
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    • namely the starch present in the clove root. Therefore we
    • starch, the process has to begin earlier. The sugar has first
    • of anything. Tannin points to the fact that the starch is
    • works upon the ego activity: starches. Finally, we find
    • fluid. Now we must search for something similar that takes
    • Research Institute in Stuttgart, but this must still be
    • a direction for research, but always on the basis of
    • the lungs surround the heart, showing us the archetypal form
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    • Life is driven out of the plants when they become charcoal, carbon or
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    • philosophy. In approaching Goethe, the researcher of Nature, we may
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    • on a corresponding footing; during the old Sun epoch Archangels stood
    • first has its practical side, though man today scarcely realizes it.
    • For spiritual-scientific research this is shown in the following
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    • and will allow no importance to any research into reality which
    • it sketches a completely unlike caricature, discusses this and marches
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    • The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
    • of the first hierarchy: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones. One would have
    • Such a union of the begins of the First Hierarchy did exist once upon
    • Then one went further and said that only this highest hierarchy, the
    • Cherubim and Thrones, the Beings of the Second Hierarchy — the
    • element of warmth, the Beings of the Second Hierarchy were seen in the
    • Hierarchy , through the Exusiai, Dynamis and Kyriotetes.
    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • Second Hierarchy in the form of light. What was this shadow? The air.
    • of the Second Hierarchy into the Saturnian warmth, one actually has in
    • Third Hierarchy, the Archai, Archangels and Angels. These Beings bring
    • Second Hierarchy, another element resembling our desire, our urge to
    • Hence it came about that, let us say, an Archai or Archangel-Being
    • It was the Third Hierarchy which conjured forth colour from out of
    • origin of colours — that the Beings of the Third Hierarchy had to do
    • element was lost — that the First Hierarchy was responsible for
    • the beings of the Third Hierarchy.
    • Hierarchies. The Second Hierarchy enters in the form of light, the
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    • dome is to arch overhead, rising over the forms
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    • contained in the forms of our columns and architraves, let
    • columns. From these architraves you can envisage the inner
    • search for this difference in the philosophy itself, in what
    • the columns and architraves, then the souls of European
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    • something of the nature of a cupola arching over him. What
    • comes to expression in this architectural motif is contained
    • architraves and capitals must also lead him onwards; it must
    • the columns and architraves.
    • and architraves in their flow from below upwards. They are
    • overcomes the dome which arches over his brain; if
    • and architraves, so through these motifs (of the paintings)
    • forms of the columns and architraves, we sink down into the
    • Feeling-sphere of human nature; if in what arches over the
    • arching vault, above all, spiritually under it.
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    • original Egyptian, Greek or Gothic architecture, or what
    • architraves into greater complication, and then become more
    • the columns, capitals, and architraves, so can the element of
    • column, from architrave to architrave. That is the
    • evolution have to have an end; an actual dome will arch one
    • and architraves. And they hope for a consummation — a
    • architecture of the Mystery of Golgotha, it must itself
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    • deviations from other architectural styles that have hitherto
    • architects of these buildings were still living: Hanson who
    • revived Greek architecture, Schmidt who elaborated Gothic
    • and development of form in architecture and sculpture. The
    • Architect, Gottfried Semper.
    • conception of the world of architectural, sculptural and
    • of weaving and interlacing. Architectural forms were derived
    • be found in external reality. Now spiritual research is often
    • the truly dynamic-architectonic principle of weight-bearing.
    • but while he was Curator of an Architectural Museum in Vienna
    • architectural decorations had not arisen in the way described
    • investigation, and external research which has also hit upon
    • architrave). They will only be right — when something
    • an architrave motif). At another place he will carve more
    • symmetry. The columns and architraves in the interior are a
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    • our building. Our architects, engineers, and all the other
    • architects. Some of them, although they show no signs of a
    • are really creations of architectural genius. Yet they all
    • architecture, forms or art. Everywhere we feel that what
    • achievements of true architecture, sculpture and the like,
    • the earliest Christian architecture. One thought in
    • architecture gradually come to express this individual,
    • a form where Greek and Roman architecture would no longer be
    • God. Gothic architecture is really only a branch of what was
    • architecture is that the weight is taken away from the walls
    • Temple. When we pass to the pillars of Gothic architecture
    • architecture, to the need for something wherein the activity
    • architecture this labour of human beings unites itself with
    • of classic architecture. In this connection it is not
    • architecture.
    • sculpture on the capitals, plinths, architraves. They grow
    • the architectural forms of the two sections have equal
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    • THE NEW CONCEPTION OF ARCHITECTURE.
    • evidence of progress in architectural thought, in that the
    • in architectural thought naturally implies the transformation
    • Gothic Cathedral we have a still later form of architectural
    • Gothic architecture. We feel as if the work performed in the
    • environment has passed into the architectural forms and rises
    • that a real advance in architectural conception must come to
    • conception of architecture onwards to that of Gothic building
    • architectural thought which I have described. Up to our time
    • architectural thought has been concerned with the qualities
    • of lifeless, mechanical rest. Now, however architectural
    • all the hierarchies as he passes through the course of his
    • from Gothic architecture to that of Spiritual Science may be
    • described as follows: Gothic architecture contains the
    • of man. And then, when the forms of architectural thought
    • Greek thought of architecture.
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    • hierarchy of forces) and the brain as the microcosm of the
    • expanded out into the cosmos through the architecture,
    • architecture where man does not imitate but creates out of
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    • in relation to the progress of scientific research has been
    • research: to revert in each case to Goethe's own tendencies.
    • the branches of research to which Goethe devoted his attention
    • research, the justification of which it were folly to deny,
    • research that Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten came forward with
    • research, thus showing clearly that he had no conception
    • species, for the archetype; we see nothing but the
    • the archetype. Thus were born in his spirit the plant-type and
    • archetypes are no empty forms; they are the productive forces
    • — the value of which, in connection with research should
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    • speaking of theosophists we have an archaism simply
    • conditioned through the language — archaic, namely as
    • Curtius, 1814–1896, archeologist and historian.
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    • Architektenhaus in Berlin, when I was to hold a
    • Bismarck for changing his political alignment. He pointed out
    • that Bismarck had gone along with the Liberals for a time,
    • Bismarck's politics amounted to trimming one's sails to the
    • Bismarck, however, rose and with a certain air of
    • hits back at the archer. In a debate it is a matter of taking
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    • by Bismarck about politicians steering by the wind,
    • too subjective, it comes more out of a love of sarcasm than
    • government, the election of a school monarch or school
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    • regards the research which leads to the results in
    • research. So the text continues:
    • “Research into these results, however, as well as
    • spiritual research; that of the School of Spiritual Science
    • will be this research itself. A dogmatic stand in any field
    • in the Architects' Office. That will be the meeting of the
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    • in this threefold being the archetype of the Imagination
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi !
    • How it rings forth from Archai, Archangeloi,
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    • them, down in the Glass House, in the Architects' Office.
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    • an insurance company, or a scientific research society, or
    • situation degenerated into anarchy and chaos. No one entering
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    • upon them, but only an open-minded human nature. Research
    • that, in contrast, for an evaluation of the research results
    • reading the sentence ‘Research into these results,
    • but as regards an assessment of the research — in which
    • DR STEINER: It says here: ‘Research
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    • will be this research itself. A dogmatic stand in any field
    • Society, namely the furtherance of spiritual research, that
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    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi !
    • This is related to the second hierarchy: Kyriotetes,
    • To this we add the indication of how the third hierarchy
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi!
    • the opposite of the first hierarchy in whose case the voices
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    • the results of their research. Frau Dr Kolisko and Dr Maier,
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    • disappeared from human minds. Even when scientific research
    • research results, then one of the main obstacles to spiritual
    • research existing in the world will have been removed. That
    • Kolisko speaks about the biological work of the research
    • work as we have been doing at present in our research
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    • those divine, spiritual beings belonging to the hierarchy of
    • hierarchy.
    • body except dissolve them. The beings of the third hierarchy,
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, alone can form it.
    • second hierarchy, Kyriotetes, Dynamis, Exusiai; in so far as
    • but to this hierarchy. And by weaving in the aeriform element
    • you do not belong to the earth but to the hierarchy of
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai.
    • hierarchy, through the watery earth with the second hierarchy
    • and through the encircling air with the third hierarchy. It
    • forms of the pillars, the architraves, they spoke a language
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    • given factor and then search for the forms out of this
    • like roots — architecturally conceived, of course. Out
    • considers that work at research institutes is the most
    • merely wanting to do some research through ordinary science.
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    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi !
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    • of everyone who turns to it for help in his searching and his
    • anyone, but to challenge us to search our consciences, to become
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    • scarcely more than a belief. But the more one learns, the more
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    • apply. Research that goes beyond this and devotes itself to a study
    • realized that the findings of spiritual research recognized by
    • accordance with mankind's present stage of evolution, one searches
    • in recent years, anthroposophy has been carrying on its research.
    • unprejudiced, grasp the findings of anthroposophical research, I have
    • the results of spiritual research. Those who read
    • findings of researchers who have gone beyond the state one has oneself
    • research in exactly the same way in which a person at home in chemistry
    • would talk of research in that field. Although he may not actually have
    • honestly researched knowledge, and then to go ahead and present it.
    • into the realms of architecture, sculpture and painting. Then
    • and merely to foregather with people whose inner search had led them
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    • pillars and in the architrave motifs that crowned them. None of this
    • embody in our architectural and sculptural media the inner life of
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    • architectural and sculptural form, every choice of color, what was
    • felt how, for example, the architectural forms and decoration of the
    • performers on the stage there were born of those architectural and
    • depths that searches for community is called for by the fact that we
    • scarcely be able to read, for example, unless highly abnormal
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    • 'searching of conscience' and without reservation makes an assessment of
    • that term, needs a lot of time for his research. You will therefore
    • find it natural that I, too, need time to do the research that
    • largely with matters that keep him from his spiritual research, since
    • research, turn over the handling of opponents to those who have
    • correctness of the material that genuine research has to keep on
    • spiritual research, even though their view of those laws and that of
    • a person who needs peace to pursue his spiritual research from doing
    • both refuting them and carrying on his research. They try to put
    • as honest searchers after knowledge. I have no desire to make secrecy
    • spiritual research.
    • spiritual-scientific research. That was my intention when these
    • decoration, the architecture, the sculptured forms, the painting,
    • feeling out the way the architectural style harmonized or failed to
    • intentions underlying the work of our Research Institute will see
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    • Dornach, March 2,
    • searching during the first two decades of the twentieth century. Then
    • Scarcely was one taken care of and the business of the meeting
    • scarcely imagine anything finer than the contributions made by the
    • extremely young; their number includes dignified patriarchs. So the
    • that — has grown too small. The sleeves scarcely reach to the
    • in his own way, either as a patriarch or as a young enthusiast, and
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    • anthroposophical research into the super-sensible world have been
    • of genuine spiritual research. Anyone who looks dispassionately at
    • cannot find time for actual anthroposophical research. One has to
    • what refuting them would entail! One would never get to any research,
    • cannot carry on true spiritual research and simultaneously concern
    • anthroposophical research.
    • to be overlooked in favor of searching for a solution such as I
    • Waldorf faculty, or with members of our research institutions? That
    • no research institutions. The way the Anthroposophical Society has
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    • research in relation to this cosmology? It tells us: when we
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    • results of spiritual research from others? How do spiritual truths
    • stands higher among the hierarchies of the spiritual world than other
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    • could behold, for example, the Beings of the different hierarchies as
    • the Beings of the Hierarchies appeared before him spiritually —
    • spiritual Hierarchies. And now through the events that had occurred
    • when describing the Hierarchies, that is when we describe those
    • hierarchies. We must feel when we read the words “his
    • down into men, and they were able to look up to the Hierarchies. They
    • naturally saw more often, and for a longer period, the Hierarchy
    • which stands nearest to man — The Hierarchy of Angels. They saw
    • Thus man, who is as it were, the lowest of the Hierarchies, had to he
    • was to come as a Being from the Hierarchy of Angels. No angel had as
    • to rise into the world of the Hierarchies — the world of the
    • the spiritual Hierarchies, whose deeds are expressed in warmth and
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    • Zarathustra. The whole thing exists in its archetypal form in the
    • Hierarchies as Zarathustra learnt to know the spiritual nature of the
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    • member of a hierarchical order; it is here we must place him. He is a
    • Archangeloi or Archangels, then the Archai or Spirits of Personality.
    • Hierarchical order of nine kinds of Beings one above the other, the
    • Archangels on the other hand, we speak of Spiritual Beings whose
    • leader is called an Archangel. In speaking of these exalted Beings we
    • activity. The Archai (called also Spirits of Personality or first
    • Archai is given to these leaders of succeeding epochs, but all the
    • how the Beings of the higher Hierarchies differ from the three just
    • mentioned — the Angels, Archangels, Archai — think how
    • these, as regards the activities of the Archai, Archangels and
    • this creative activity of Hierarchical Beings beginning with the
    • “Time-Spirits” Zeitgeister or Archai, and the
    • “Folk-Spirit” or Archangels, for ideas connected with
    • Archai and of Exusiai by saying: — Angels, Archangel and Archai
    • Hierarchies. So that when we look up to the nature of the Exusiai we
    • learning. This is derived from the lowest of the Hierarchies, and
    • super-sensible worlds pass beyond the sphere of Archangels to still
    • begins where, as lowest among the Hierarchies controlling nature, we
    • know how the greatness of the Hierarchies increases as they ascend,
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    • a matter of intellectual research, of a combining of thought, so that
    • theosophy has to give. You can search the modern literature of the
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    • cetera. It is the task of theosophy to search for this core in all different
    • that way from which we start if we search for the eternal in the human
    • We must search for own laws in every field. Would Haeckel have done
    • for temperament, inclinations, and passions. We cannot search for that
    • but we want to make the human beings able to search for the proofs independently
    • life. But this is a wrong picture which should be used by no researcher.
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    • the researchers by knowledge, and it does not deny the basic truth of
    • by the events of the past. When in the 17th century the Italian researcher
    • the external research today, they are strange to themselves. Why do
    • the human beings understand the truth of the external research so easily
    • make themselves comfortable with researching. Goethe is quoted with
    • possible and do research. “Feeling is everything; name is but
    • the reasons of the soul researchers. Everybody should find everything
    • his researching, of his doubtfulness. If we wanted to resign ourselves
    • difficulties which oppose the soul researcher today where everybody
    • The word applies to the soul research that the secrets can be disclosed
    • only require the usual healthy human reason. But what the researcher
    • old researchers also attributed a soul to the plant. They spoke of the
    • lead the human beings again to these soul researchers. In their middle
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    • a self-development what was searched for by the pupils of wisdom above
    • They searched for self-education
    • the day, there is our real divine nature. We have to search for it and
    • to find the way; it is the search for God.
    • be reconciled that they should be deepened. One should search for truth
    • we realise that we should not recognise God but search for Him. Then
    • but as “divine wisdom” or even better: the search for a
    • way to God, the search for a perpetually increasing apotheosis. “Search
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    • state something that always preoccupies those who search for truth.
    • not to be searched for in the physical consciousness. Therefore, everybody should
    • being rises above guilt and atonement to search for the cause and effect of
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    • it is also done by those philosophers and thinking researchers who lean upon
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    • searched for them, nevertheless, only on another way than others, on the way
    • threefold division of the human being has got lost to the western research,
    • physical research which pressed its stamp onto the 19th century and its mental
    • this view? No soul-researcher who tries to recognise the soul according to Aristotle,
    • soul-researcher agrees to that which the natural sciences say about the nervous
    • researcher is no longer surprised with that like with the fact that he can no
    • not even have a consciousness of that which soul researchers have for centuries
    • Christian researchers, about that of the Middle Ages. Nevertheless if anybody
    • the heavenly spheres. — Such teaching is not a matter of external research,
    • above which we have to go, however. Just the soul researcher of olden times
    • that a deeper, internal introspection, a deeper spiritual research is necessary
    • them. These cannot find to the soul. O no, on this way the soul researchers
    • higher and higher, the more it frees itself of any sensory phantasm. Who searches
    • is searched for sensually. This church teacher is an adversary of any experiment
    • You see that one searched for the
    • nothing about the ways on which the soul was searched for. Nothing, not the
    • nature. However, we want to search for the soul not in the outer nature but
    • in our inside. We want to search for the spirit where it reveals itself, while
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    • occupied the poets and the researchers. How does the human destiny look compared
    • If the naturalist asks himself honestly researching according to the law of
    • into being by the big iron law of heredity. Also the researcher of the human
    • being, the soul researcher, has to ask himself if he wants to understand the
    • with each other. The researcher is content when he has understood any specimen
    • a difference which by no naturalistic researcher can be denied if it is understood
    • also overcome the assertion that for the soul researcher only the excellent
    • the soul as a mere physical process. Therefore, Aristotle as an honest researcher
    • If anybody does not want to search for the psychic ancestor like anybody searches
    • of the physical. If I want to explain a soul, I have to search for its origin
    • forefather. Thus we get the ideas which the deeper soul researchers of all times
    • in the true sense of the word. Who penetrates with any urge of research into
    • impossible. But, nevertheless, there are honest researchers who cannot decide
    • to join the standpoint of soul development. If an honest researcher cannot decide
    • come by themselves from the standpoint of modern research to this teaching of
    • we have to search for the cause in a preceding developmental level of his soul,
    • standpoint of the soul researcher. We know that there are deformed, crippled
    • scientific bases from the depths of his research is more justified than anybody
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    • urgent questions of our existence. It is typical that the so-called soul researchers
    • This is not a catchword, but it is something that marks the whole way of research,
    • the disadvantage of materialism. Everything that the materialistic researcher
    • brought forward was quite untenable in the light of strict research. We see
    • Pole of a magnet belong together necessarily. Because the scientific researchers
    • and leaders could not say anything about the soul, one turned to other researchers
    • at something different, namely at the fact that among the scholars researchers
    • than the really materialistic researchers.
    • is it not of quite particular significance if a researcher of indubitable reputation,
    • on that: can Crookes be on one side the exact scientific researcher for us if
    • we believe on the other side that we have to doubt his researches in spiritual
    • The fact that also a researcher
    • of spiritism can be on the high level of a naturalist, like the mentioned researchers,
    • are treated as scientific questions. These researchers do not at all regard
    • it as impossible to expand the scientific research also to this area. Therefore,
    • his physical being. The spiritual researchers endeavour to produce evidence
    • researcher knows that the causes of something that happens before your senses
    • before our sensory eyes. Thus the spiritual researcher also recognises that
    • researcher which become clear to him, however, if he turns to the right spiritual
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    • architecture which could not be more perfect if one erected them according to
    • like other spiritual attempts. Occult researches are to be carried out for the
    • not by mechanical, physical tools, but that the mind has to search for the spirit
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    • movement only, after they had vigorously searched for truth before within the
    • spiritism, but to search for truth where it is to be found.
    • in any detail. As a rule the researchers are not able to report in popular talks
    • of view: what does spiritism search for today? Does it search for something
    • new, or is it something ancient that it searches? Are the ways on which it looks
    • goal concerning the history of spiritism the fastest. What the spiritists search
    • and had become a researcher of truth, one was of the opinion that he is to the
    • research, from the immediate human striving. Those who studied the history of
    • These searched for it on the same ways on which it had been searched for within
    • Hence, the bad powers must have captivated him. One should only do research
    • world was not searched for on the way of these phenomena in the time of the
    • world that way. Those who wanted to get to super-sensible perception searched
    • the Copernican world view and the researches of physiology; technology, the
    • being got used to it without noticing it. Only the searching psychologist rushing
    • searching for evidences of another world in these matters, the birth of modern
    • find out only by super-sensible research. Here you have the precursor of everything
    • of research. Just the fact that he was expert naturalist of his time led him
    • This search for sensuous-extrasensory
    • the sensory way. Research moved on this way. Thus we see Swedenborg’s
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    • researchers could believe and also said rightly that it prevents pain with operations.
    • single, really thinking researchers also dealt with these phenomena in the next
    • the Viennese researcher Benedikt, much appreciated by me,
    • He is the same researcher who established the idea of the so-called moral insanity
    • opposed and emphasised that even Charcot warned about attempts
    • however, where the explanation must be searched for.
    • that even Charcot has to pay attention because these states which he causes
    • Charcot (1825–1893), French neurologist
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    • They search for the origin of the religions with primitive tribes, with the
    • the one side — the researchers make every effort to trace all religions
    • On the other side, we see other researchers tracing back the origin of the religions
    • So some researchers trace the origin
    • state a lot of other similar researches which should teach how religion came
    • soul is adapted directly to its surroundings. Hence, you have not to search
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    • and how many who know in this field? Everybody can become a researcher if he
    • of theosophy, because God is the object of research, because God is something
    • to understand what the spiritual researcher has found. Mind you, one needs the
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture III: Is Theosophy Unscientific?
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    • already because the researchers of the former centuries knew nothing about the
    • researchers, even with Haeckel: we cannot form any mental picture of the condition
    • This is one group of the researchers.
    • today. If, for example, the great English researcher Darwin was asked for his
    • have developed from the higher, from the spiritual. If the researchers pursue
    • doing research within the physical world can look back only as far as the physical
    • to the living and later to the lifeless. That is why the physical researcher
    • can no longer use his method of research where as it were the physical flashes
    • To a more distant past the spiritual researcher rises and with it he creates
    • that which the physical researcher knows.
    • world view than the physical research. Other experiences are underlying it —
    • if the dark room is illuminated, everything appears new to the spiritual researcher,
    • whose eyes are opened, in new activity, in another light. This researcher did
    • nature of our research, before one has tested it. We think in the same way on
    • the higher planes as the physical researcher does on the physical plane; this
    • harmonises the theosophical method of research and the physical one.
    • researcher expresses this hard either-or and rejects everything that is not
    • physical. The theosophical researcher realises why this has to be that way:
    • mental activities. The ancient Vedic priest was a poet, researcher and religious
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    • self striving of everybody, no oath on any dogma, merely research, merely striving,
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    • scientific research even demands that it shall proceed in this way,
    • the research scientist is there added to these thoughts the element
    • astral world. Even external history demonstrates this. We can scarcely
    • then work. Spiritual research spreads this teaching ever increasingly
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    • and so that occult research can help us direct our lives in harmony
    • thing to start from the point where deep, occult research can lead us
    • together by the results of so-called intellectual research and its
    • bodily research, it cannot ignore the sphere, the concepts and the
    • that it has to reject its research on the grounds that it is
    • research for plenty is said about him in rabbinical literature,
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    • of will by which it was accompanied. Think for a moment of Bismarck
    • working in Bismarck at that time! But even when writing his memoirs,
    • would Bismarck have been conscious of these emotions and resolves with
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    • A certain striking fact presents itself to occult research.
    • inside, but the divine man in us can only be found when we search in
    • everything that is and has been in the world is part and parcel of the
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    • search of the different centres of culture in Europe, Africa and Asia,
    • this might not be the case, for if he searches he will certainly find
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    • through the best minds searching for the Higher Worlds. We can
    • present a distorted side, the farcical side of natural science,
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    • spirituality — they search for it in freedom nevertheless. The others
    • penetrated through and through by this — go in search of
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    • only understood in their outward aspect. Where do we search for their
    • Mysteries. Initiation: the first deed was called the search for the
    • search consisted of a complete enlightenment about the nature of man.
    • us. The Druid priest had to search for the higher self within him. He
    • These teachings have been preserved and whoever searches will be able
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    • art. He was the most significant architect we can imagine.
    • one knew where he had disappeared, a search was made. Even Solomon
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    • the arch-enmity which exists between those who receive their
    • is the first true architect and the God of smithies and working
    • architect of this wonderful building, and her wish was fulfilled.
    • Merely through a single glance which the architect cast on her, she
    • the recognised architects.
    • — that the manner in which architecture was formerly studied is quite
    • buildings were achieved in a way which modern architects are not yet
    • of this kind of architecture stood in relationship to a knowledge of
    • — that was what the original architects included in their building,
    • the ‘Royal Arch’,
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    • which scarcely enters into the consciousness of Freemasons but upon
    • consciousness. The first of these higher degrees is the Royal Arch degree
    • Arch degree. I am talking about an ideal situation, in fact, which
    • those which succeed the Royal Arch degree: these provide a kind of
    • always been through a masonic training, and that there is scarcely
    • as archetypal. But we will never take the form, the vessel, the
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    • democratic, but that we will become brutally oligarchic, in that the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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    • in metal. The architect Hiram-Abiff was descended from the same
    • architect Hiram-Abiff, the descendant of the lineage of Cain. Solomon
    • Queen of Sheba saw the temple and asked who the architect was, she
    • pouring water over it. It all blew apart. In despair the architect
    • the great works of architecture, and was carried through into every
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    • Jason and the search for the Golden Fleece). And Christ Himself was,
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    • an ascending arc: whereas man was in a descending arc until the time
    • Rishis were archetypal forms; the great intuitions derive
    • from the archetypal forms, who themselves created the said wisdoms.
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    • endeavours, they have some kind of hierarchy in their Organisation.
    • the times gone by in which his spiritual archetypal form was
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    • body and the astral body. The etheric body is a kind of archetypal
    • astral body fixed has as yet scarcely begun to be engraved in it, so
    • beginners in rehearsal, we arc still influencing the visible world
    • exactly the same way as they search after physical truths. But it is
    • the world and psychic research with the occult view of the world. If
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    • recall an incident in my life. Perhaps you will scarcely credit it, and
    • [in the company]. You can see from that, that there arc people today, perhaps
    • go further back than the first man in searching for the founder of an
    • with the work of building, not, indeed, as architecture or
    • initiation by the revelation of the Mystery secrets. We arc now
    • way as the thoughts of an architect building a factory relate to the
    • thinking that inorganic nature has transmitted to the architect in
    • lost. May I indicate just one case; in architecture, the ability to
    • the architect nor the artist nor the statesman have anything to do —
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    • hierarchies of which nine are known to you, or ten if we
    • count mankind. In each hierarchy is a whole host of beings.
    • beings of these higher hierarchies think. Consider
    • of all the hierarchies merging into one another. What all
    • the hierarchies think together; this thought-world of the
    • hierarchies indistinguished as to what one hierarch, what
    • the other hierarch thinks; — this is the Light-Being
    • the thoughts of the hierarchies flowing together to a
    • hierarchies flow together, and to gain a relation to the
    • Thought-essence of the hierarchies — for that is
    • relationship to the single beings of the hierarchies. How
    • flooded with this ocean of the thoughts of the hierarchies
    • of a hierarch, the being that lives within it in the
    • by which we make room for the hierarchies to approach us.
    • that Dr. Steiner hawks about his occult researches into
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    • The search for the new Isis, the Divine Sophia.
    • searching, if I may say so, for a relationship between the
    • spiritual-physical exists and then they search for how the two
    • Much searching is done to find these connections, and a large
    • individuals who were familiar with natural scientific research.
    • available as physical research, proves that in all acts of
    • function of the physical bodily nature. Yes, those researchers
    • soul-spiritual abilities, was an example of the researcher
    • with a soul inside and that human beings can search for the
    • are cosmic forces which through the motherly body search after
    • develops certain qualities. These we don't search for in his
    • our modern mindset. To take time in search of that which has
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    • The search for the new Isis, the Divine Sophia.
    • precursor is this: a spiritual researcher presents certain
    • verified which the spiritual researcher offers from his
    • scientific research sometimes seem paradoxical; yet this is the
    • scientific researcher only through real observation, which must
    • which the spiritual researcher finds so intensive: that he or
    • said that things revealed through spiritual scientific research
    • considered when we search for the reality as it is meant here.
    • been necessary for educated people today to research current
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    • out of spiritual science. Above all, when you could search and
    • booklet is the research from fruitful, striving discussions of
    • not research the final truths: “At this point we can
    • duty to do research, to investigate the source.
    • research into what becomes special within it. This is needed,
    • the further research into the seeds which are given on earth.
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    • the period that this searching led to an individual grasp of life, during
    • Research into the Metamorphosis of Plants,
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    • research, and little by little the way opens up for further penetration.
    • search into what is supersensible.
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    • research to describe every single step, indeed even the smallest of
    • considered the only objective knowledge. The ordinary search for knowledge
    • the whole person, not just the brain person, experiences in the search
    • always to remember that the search for such forms of knowledge and the
    • ] he felt the need to make drawings of what his researches into animal
    • experience with some awareness. In the 1790s, Goethe drew his archetypal
    • the advances made in research into nature, and take them forward into
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    • just tools for research in the supersensible world, in the same way as
    • question of developing these research tools in spiritual science in such
    • the same element which is also needed for genuine research in the physical
    • world, if such research is to yield results that are in accord with
    • which started in the 15th century, has advanced to scientific research
    • as such, and in handling this type of research has also established
    • spiritual research has to demand with regard to the sense-perceptible
    • research. It is exactly by limiting ourselves to phenomenology in the
    • in this field of research. At this point we do not embark on philosophical
    • giving examples of the life fruits yielded by anthroposophical research,
    • at by speculation or deduction. For in scientific research based on
    • all genuine research, genuine findings based on sensory perception,
    • research, this insight into the spirit.
    • on genuine research. Yet if genuine research penetrates to the spirit
    • researches in the different worlds into harmony with the element which
    • scientific researches is particularly powerful at the present time.
    • must seek above all else if we want to achieve genuine spiritual research.
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    • exact knowledge. However, one is inclined not to research these
    • the other hand one is disinclined to research the origins of
    • bother about it, or go digging and researching all kinds of
    • lives. If you search you will find the connection between every
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    • songs of the well-beloved. During the months of March and April
    • can stir the soul of man. When he searches its depths for the
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    • cannot face the spiritual research indifferently and
    • freedom of research or science is attacked if anybody exceeds
    • the exact research only somewhat.
    • researcher looks for the spirit not only in the human being,
    • simple picture can show us what the centuries-long research
    • researcher must be his own tool. There have always been such
    • researchers. Only somebody who develops the organs can tell how
    • Another development is only necessary to research. I would like
    • researchers.
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    • archetypal plant in all plants and constitutes the connecting
    • visible to the external sense of the eye, his archetypal plant
    • yourself with always renewed admiration. You search the
    • necessary of nature, but you search it in the hardest way,
    • which Goethe calls the archetypal phenomena as he calls the
    • archetypal plant the archetypal phenomenon of the plant world.
    • archetypal phenomenon unites with that which the pure, thinking
    • research had, so to speak, another physiognomy. Even more than
    • right method of the strict science that research which rests on
    • researchers can oppose each other inimically, both believe,
    • searches the abysses again, it perceives that it sees strange
    • tale itself. So one is allowed to search for the solution of
    • snake, which works only on earth like the human research, the
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    • calls attention to the fact that the young man searches that
    • lines as an archetypal plant was an idea, something abstract
    • concepts. Goethe has the concept of the archetypal plant. What
    • archetypal plant. If we pursue him on his Italian journey, we
    • Goethe knows that real research does not stick to the material,
    • centuries and millennia, to those who could not search the
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    • the researchers of all these works become apparent. They appear
    • industrious research one cannot find anything comparable. If we
    • look closely at the result of this research performed by modern
    • was for centuries. If this research comes to fruition, the
    • the fields of scientific research, in geology, in the
    • to themselves, I see that research standing on firm ground has
    • viewpoint that develops from that real research method and
    • used their own senses of observation and research. They
    • sciences faced tradition that way. The view of the researcher
    • writings. Aristotle was a researcher out of the spirit of his
    • a quite similar way, the spiritual-scientific research faces
    • undergrounds of the world. Out of the spirit of that research,
    • methods of spiritual research for a while. The big progress,
    • independently of any document. It says, we do not do research
    • in a document first. We do not do research as it was done once,
    • in the books by Aristotle, we do research in the spiritual
    • spiritual scientist does also research, regardless of the
    • lower also diverted from the higher. The spiritual researcher
    • the spiritual researcher is able to show.
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    • research, it is approximately this that one says that the three
    • question that interests here is this: did really research,
    • research, but they were the ways of thinking of the newer time,
    • research slipped in unconsciously to justify what the habitual
    • historical research ascertained.
    • Testament and the historical research claim today to have the
    • new researchers have positioned themselves. The ones wanted to
    • that we have to presuppose such a research while we believe in
    • interpretations of the Gospels by a new sober research? Never
    • so-called new research about the event of Damascus? Saul became
    • cannot look really. This escapes from the human research. Yes,
    • it escapes from the external human research. We have emphasised
    • say the day before yesterday that if the spiritual researcher
    • merely external research impossible? How have we to behave to
    • we look up at the patriarchs, at those, in whom the God of
    • methods of spiritual-scientific research to develop the forces
    • While a new spiritual researcher approached the Gospel and the
    • me” (Galatians 2:20). What the external research shows
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    • like to agree with the Danish researcher Lehmann, because those
    • positive researchers in other respect. They occupy an important
    • research and not superstitiously, why after seven days a
    • example, it has happened to a Danish researcher of superstition
    • mock it. The Danish researcher also does this. He mocks it. Who
    • today. Many human beings do not search the explicable but the
    • can do research in the higher worlds who has attained
    • without prejudice. Indeed, not anybody can do research. Those
    • search the inexplicable instead of the explicable and were
    • he is the great researcher. Who knows me also knows that I always
    • researcher concerned is fascinated by a catchword that has an
    • does not search the inexplicable, but that he wants to search
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    • being. For the spiritual researcher the human being is not only
    • when someone who does research in the laboratory will also keep
    • research. Then we recognise that truth which the human beings
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    • academic medicine searches its certain remedy of any illness.
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    • searches in vain is finished by the futility of death and if
    • strive for perfection of his soul, to search contents for the
    • could satisfy his searching. Recently it was in such a way that
    • overestimates his reason finds nothing in all researching that
    • — Therefore, Tolstoy came so far to search for a
    • They search the divine primal ground of existence. Then such
    • substances, atoms et cetera that they search spread out
    • search the faraway trees, and they try to understand what they
    • which he searched. His last writings just show this and what is
    • life, and that those who search with him can find it. What
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    • judgement are able to understand what the spiritual researcher
    • apply the methods exactly given by spiritual research, so that
    • searched than the real creative thought. If anyone has this
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    • impractical for life in certain ways. Instead of searching for
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    • biggest riddle to the human being. Any deeper physical research
    • physical research believed that animals develop from river mud,
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    • parcel, passed it on to his loyal secretary Eckermann and
    • devised the publication of the sealed treasure. For this parcel
    • researcher something much truer and more real than that which
    • already searched as a seven-year-old boy when he took a music
    • branches of the search for knowledge! How far away were these
    • got to know a work in which some people searched similar ways
    • thirst for knowledge. He appears to us as somebody who searched
    • felt that he searched the spring, which led to the depths of
    • being meets walking the way to the spirit-land, searching the
    • the archetypal plant gradually on the Italian journey. He
    • together, how the forces co-operate. Search in the smallest the
    • everything in detail who searched the biggest in the smallest
    • composedly resigned searching Goethe faces the fruits that
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    • the rainbow forms its changing-unchanged arch,
    • what he searches: the everlasting, the permanent when the
    • Plutarch (46–120, Greek-Roman historian, biographer) where he
    • knows where he has to search this spirit, where from it comes,
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    • H., 1834–1919, German naturalist) and other researchers who
    • instruments and does research can make himself happy and
    • he would have had to search the answer to his Dionysian human
    • the coherence, which he searched. Only tragically, the
    • nineteenth century in which is searched and worked according to
    • who wants to search the spirit from reality and cannot find
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    • him. That is why he understood what he read with Plutarch,
    • read Plutarch, and he inserted this mother problem
    • spirit that we search in the soul. Thus, the soul has arisen
    • unknown. Isis, his mourning wife, searches her husband
    • everywhere, until she finds him in Asia after long search. She
    • represented which searches the sun to be irradiated by its
    • remained in us, what searches Osiris and what only finds him
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    • “Hu;” “Ceridwen” was the searching
    • about Christ, the search of the soul, Ceridwen, for Hu or
    • fact that that what one searched in Hu and Baldr has come as
    • searching soul finds the spiritual world, the Holy Grail, which
    • the small boat. Elsa of Brabant symbolises the searching soul
    • the mysteries that searched a relation to Christ, so that the
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    • are scarcely aware of it.
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    • a musical architecture, as has been built with the Goetheanum here in
    • architecture. There was very little suggestion of Greek architecture
    • the forms of oriental architecture, which really did transpose music
    • into movement, with the forms of Greek architecture, which basically
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    • search for truth, to base my commentary on the thoughts developed by
    • work how hard the search for truth is. You all know that there has long
    • Faust, we can scarcely think that this world, which is much, much more
    • the mathematical genius of Archimedes is not up to grasping so vast
    • an awareness that the search for truth is far from easy, and that we
    • search for truth, and the preservation of a profound degree of modesty
    • of the soul not to have to search for truth, that fate is surely going
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    • of the hierarchical order of higher spiritual beings unless we concern
    • of angels, archangels, and so on. For it is essential in any study to
    • might say that he is quite familiar with the hierarchical order: first
    • higher archangels, then the archai, and so on. He writes them down in
    • ascending order and claims to understand: each hierarchy is one step
    • one would know as little about the hierarchical order as one knows about
    • are familiar with the state of consciousness in which the various hierarchies
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    • in his day. But he said, “If individuals like Hegel search for
    • to search out the fitting angle. And we will find it only if we go a
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    • had been the lulling effect of the search for clear concepts!
    • past research. But uninvestigated truths should not be requested out
    • of the blue from spiritual researchers. Instead, it should be realized
    • that the investigator feels requests for information about still unresearched
    • of Speidel's jesting. And crowned poets from Petrarch to Tennyson
    • to make a search for borrowed words! What Mauthner is claiming is that
    • with providence, he would of course search out the source from which
    • a person concerned with reality searches for the world indicated when
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    • scarcely possible, on ascending into higher worlds, to acquire correct
    • of the Greek philosopher Archimedes, who as he sat in his bath shouted,
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    • establish contact with a being of the angelic hierarchy by taking its
    • ordinarily referred to as the world of the hierarchies is the process
    • members of the hierarchy of the spirits of form so that their souls
    • to the hierarchy of the spirits of will. If I may put it thus, the relationship
    • the beings of the higher hierarchies know what can be accomplished,
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    • based on immediate research results that one can attain without
    • stand on the firm ground of scientific research and thinking. I
    • assumes with the spiritual researcher. Since the increase of
    • attention is something that the spiritual researcher must
    • to reach the ground of the spiritual-scientific research
    • What the spiritual researcher has to form
    • means that: the spiritual researcher has to form any mental
    • there. With the spiritual researcher, it must be just the
    • completely quiet for the spiritual researcher. He must divert
    • water. The spiritual researcher stands before the human being
    • being is for the spiritual researcher an intimate compound of
    • human life only. In this field the spiritual researcher must be
    • spiritual researcher a dualist because he practices
    • The spiritual researcher works with the
    • with the chemical experiment. The spiritual researcher
    • spiritual researcher would have to add knowledge of the same
    • research is completely in accordance with the scientific
    • spirit, his research method is, nevertheless, quite different;
    • Thus, the spiritual researcher attains a
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    • If the spiritual researcher attains the
    • spiritual researcher that we are built up as human beings not
    • If the spiritual researcher looks at the
    • development of the spiritual researcher now compared with this
    • abyss. It is in such a way that the spiritual researcher must
    • before this turning point. The spiritual researcher has to
    • spiritual researcher must overcome this abyss. From that soul
    • self-consciousness. The spiritual researcher can penetrate into
    • spiritual researcher to leave it and to look around in the
    • find as a spiritual researcher what can be found within
    • those like me who call myself a philosopher as a researcher of
    • while they stimulate them to look, but while they search what
    • excellent investigations of the Danish researcher Lang (Carl
    • example the mentioned researcher. Such fear has an effect down
    • However, spiritual research investigates
    • concentrated researcher who really lives in his scientific
    • researcher who turns his eye upon the outside is perpetually in
    • is the mood of the scientific researcher as I have described it
    • knows that the human soul must always search the coherence with
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    • thinkers in the fields of religious research struggled only for
    • researches of the nineteenth century, and until our time. There
    • divine in nature. Other researchers think that the religious
    • which he revered them. Such researchers mean that ancestor
    • whose opinion in particular the religious researcher Leopold
    • spiritual researcher transports himself by the specified
    • spiritual researcher can say about such a picture:
    • spiritual researcher is able to transport itself. Indeed, a
    • expression of a spiritual world if the spiritual researcher
    • Thus, the spiritual researcher rises by
    • relation of spiritual research to the spiritual, a life in the
    • of the spiritual researcher presents itself in such a way that
    • spiritual researcher is saturated with new reality. The
    • the spiritual researcher strengthens his soul in such a way
    • spiritual-scientific research, however, it appears as an
    • experience, the spiritual researcher attains the view of those
    • researcher ascends in the climax of the human soul development
    • researcher, however, we become independent of the physical
    • researcher has strengthened his soul life so that the still low
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    • to do it relating to the great religious researcher and
    • exclusive principle of research, one wants, quite certainly, to
    • research bound to the senses. With his body, the human being
    • which research does in the most remarkable sense in the modern
    • exclusive principle of research that one cannot investigate
    • While one has given up in the scientific research that these
    • question, actually, with the means of outer research. Since
    • undoubtedly one has to search the immortal of the human being
    • he becomes aware of that what the spiritual researchers of all
    • research existed at all times. Spiritual research was done
    • spiritual research could not be done as today. The human beings
    • spiritual researcher must often repeat it later; but when it
    • spiritual research many a thing is said that the historian can
    • researcher comes and says something without anticipating that
    • -long research; then this is
    • researcher must not only spend the work that one needs to such
    • spiritual-scientific researcher does not really lead to
    • is that what the spiritual researcher has to carry out
    • The spiritual researcher learns to
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    • indications from the field of spiritual-scientific research
    • that spiritual research just wants to penetrate to the immortal
    • essence of the human being. I have said that that research is
    • research on the fact that single persons are able by means of
    • I have also indicated that for the spiritual researcher who has
    • spiritual research to say to this thought gained by Lessing on
    • basis of certain historical necessities? Spiritual research
    • what presents itself to the spiritual researcher in the real
    • spiritual researcher lively that he lifts his soul out of his
    • spiritual researcher comes to a particular knowledge: where
    • If the spiritual researcher has really
    • use a comparison. The spiritual researcher does not change the
    • life. There the spiritual researcher recognises that the
    • researcher recognises at first as spiritual-mental activity is
    • true spiritual-mental in which the spiritual researcher lives
    • longer searches the meaning of immortality in the continued
    • birth and death; but one has to search the real basic origin of
    • Somebody who does not search the spiritual-mental behind the
    • If now the spiritual researcher becomes
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    • faces us if we try to go this way of spiritual research? Which
    • researcher must look back as at something evil, yes, only at
    • results that the spiritual researcher considers himself as a
    • emphasised very urgently: that the way of spiritual research is
    • the usual life sticks to you if you search the way into the
    • researcher finds as determinative namely the strengthening of
    • just the spiritual researcher reaches by his soul development.
    • undeterred to search spiritual progress. This is rather our
    • why it is comprehensible if the spiritual researcher says that
    • — to search the way to
    • researcher must recognise everywhere in the souls today what
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    • without will. You have to search the heart of all philosophical
    • briefly, how the spiritual researcher ascends to the spiritual
    • world where we want to search the origin of
    • spiritual research it matters that everything that is already
    • as a spiritual researcher one dives consciously in this world.
    • experience of the spiritual researcher that he must see himself
    • It is necessary for a spiritual researcher
    • that a spiritual researcher should not have such antipathy, but
    • what the spiritual researcher must behold.
    • spiritual researcher beholds are experienced in the sensory
    • unconscionable spiritual researchers absolutely. They feel the
    • spiritual researcher has to experience if he ascends from the
    • confidence of truth that searches its way through the narrowest
    • spiritual researcher beholds as the reasons of both, but what
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    • outer research has already brought many things of them to
    • search.
    • expression of that what one searched in the English cultural
    • search into the structure of a soul with all its fights that as
    • world against himself strictly speaking. Voltaire searched a
    • researchers appeared as that which furthered the human beings
    • marchioness du Chatelet in Cirey in Lorraine. At that time, he
    • Too long a Godless monarch reigns
    • By whom too good, too weak, a monarch
    • the tragedy of Voltaire that he must search the connection of
    • the deepest subconscious soul grounds which search the hold
    • Voltaire died, a seed was put in a soul to search the primary
    • superstitious image, a figure which shows us how to search the
    • searches the birth of the consciousness soul in another way
    • words sound to Voltaire from Goethe who searched the striving
    • spiritual-mental of the human being searches its
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    • spiritual-scientific research. I am allowed to require with
    • spiritual-scientific research is accepted, after I have tried
    • beneficiary of this spiritual research in a more general way.
    • spiritual-scientific research.
    • audience about results of spiritual-scientific research. Since
    • truthfulness of research if it wants to take up the results of
    • spiritual-scientific research impartially. Quite briefly, I
    • exist with the spiritual researcher and in certain sense also
    • spiritual-scientific research as true.
    • spiritual researcher and someone who wants to accept his
    • be typical of the spiritual-scientific research. More and more
    • to spiritual research. This spiritual research can gain
    • the spiritual researcher gets around to doing that. Thereby it
    • researcher has to say about the life between death and rebirth
    • sensation: your thoughts have gone far away, you must search
    • search your disappeared thoughts. This knowledge of the
    • penetrates with spiritual research just into the spiritual
    • our soul must form its new embodiment to search what must
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    • spiritual science. The spiritual researcher also understands
    • contradiction from some researchers taking action a little more
    • on basis of its research results that with any thinking, with
    • any research which can survey the processes of the sensory
    • However, the spiritual researcher realises that the human soul
    • one has to search the spiritual of Helen? There he remembered
    • bad abstraction who search the “real.” However,
    • Homunculus must search his further journey through life.
    • Farce, comedy, operetta,
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    • on something quite different from any other research in our
    • time. I have mentioned that with any other research it matters,
    • researcher cannot take himself in such a way as he is. With the
    • directly to the outer world the spiritual researchers uses it
    • that the spiritual researcher uses the techniques, the inner
    • spiritual research for the preparation of that what one should
    • the spiritual researcher has compared with knowledge that he
    • brain, cannot supply any cognitive force to spiritual research,
    • fact that at every moment the spiritual-scientific researcher
    • realise that the spiritual-scientific research can deliver
    • researcher to understand what the spiritual researcher explores
    • spiritual researcher says, even if it cannot be active
    • truth. Hence, one can object to the spiritual researcher very
    • say spiritual research now
    • spiritual research brings to light. We can only characterise
    • research appeals —
    • another way. Everything that the spiritual researcher
    • is no spiritual researcher, but only faces the communications
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    • day he pulled from his pocket a little parcel wrapped in paper,
    • have been entirely disregarded by modern research.
    • scientific research. It would be wrong to declare that such
    • nature. Current research shows such courage only when observing
    • search the biography of such old people, you may find that when
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    • modern science and other research. The knowledge of the human
    • entire being. Anthroposophical research shows us that what most
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    • research. But, regarding the free religion lessons, we feel
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    • institutions you like, be they monarchist or republican,
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    • research. But, this is how teacher meetings become like the
    • anthroposophical research, according to which the Waldorf
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    • We discover by researching this appearance, that up to the
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    • Class struggle and added value. Bismarck and Robespierre. Production
    • example for that which I want to say. It was 1884 when Bismarck
    • spoken by Bismarck, who though he admitted in his memoirs that
    • will surely acknowledge as a monarchist, whom you would surely
    • what Bismarck said in the German Reichstag in 1884: It is the
    • same sentences from Robespierre, from Bismarck, definitely from
    • thing which is also very interesting: Bismarck, when voicing
    • Bismarck in 1884 again stated these demands. There the question
    • different people as Robespierre and Bismarck can say the exact
    • complicated, actually all — Bismarck from the right, from
    • misunderstand the demarcation of the spiritual realm within the
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    • pictorially that in the hierarchical succession the preceding Being
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    • against other hierarchies. And when you develop a desire, if you say,
    • spirits of other hierarchies. Seen from the aspect of initiation-science,
    • the higher Hierarchies who have a special interest that human beings
    • as among the Hierarchy of the Angels and to a great extent in the hierarchy
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    • research only along the lines of modern natural science cannot build
    • arrives at real knowledge of the social cancer or carcinoma-formation if
    • Years after the reality has been pointed out through the researches
    • seriously and intelligently with sound human understanding the researches
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    • contradictory, we must search and see in how far they are illusion. I
    • beings of the higher Hierarchies whose task it is to carry on the
    • may help the beings of the higher Hierarchies who are working for the
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    • of earth, about the heavenly Hierarchies and all that the spiritual
    • minerals, but also spiritual beings, beings of the higher Hierarchies,
    • research, for they best show man's relation to the spiritual world.
    • Angels or Archangels. The expression is not correct; it must be put in
    • measure of the forces they receive from the higher Hierarchies. Thus
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    • previously: that the Spirits of Personality (the Archai) have taken
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    • for this fact that presents itself to supersensible research, namely,
    • process, emphasizes particularly the so-called Architect of the worlds,
    • in all sorts of symbols and rites the way the great Architects of all
    • (Some direct research is carried on, to be sure, but only according
    • for the spiritual researcher today will usually be to seek imaginations
    • modern science is the best preparation for spiritual research, because
    • into one reality. And what was mere architecture, mere form—lifeless
    • continue to work under the symbol of world-architecture, with rigid
    • that contemporary scientific research is materialistic, it is from taking
    • As soon as they begin someday to see beyond it, natural research will
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    • — does not hold up before modern historical research; so there
    • criticism and modern historical research can easily be brought forward
    • ones, and in the successive development of the architraves. It was all
    • capital, and architrave, of the third from the second, and so on, then
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    • once described it. Bismarck made a curious remark about the last Hohenzollern
    • a birthday all the time!” That was Bismarck's careful characterization
    • and factories, railways and harbors, and the carrying on of research.
    • will go to rack and ruin. Technology will lose ground; research will
    • of Europe's arch, once the strongest stone, is crushed; the boundaries
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    • of peace. For, in truth, men love to hold thoughts that act like narcotics.
    • of future security. Where there is no search for the spirit there will
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    • freely create the kind of hierarchy and order necessary for us to accomplish
    • and appropriate hierarchical order can come about nowadays is if this
    • they must give up their positions in the hierarchy so that the truth
    • requires. However, if at any level in the hierarchical order mistakes
    • creating a false hierarchy that is based, not on real human capabilities
    • people prominent in this false hierarchy. Meanwhile, the Society's affairs
    • unknown reason, is my superior in a false hierarchy—points out
    • of any modern hierarchy. Those higher up in the hierarchy must turn
    • clearly described your own difficulties in researching the Grail mysteries,
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    • research, regardless of my own personal way of arriving at this discovery
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    • was searching for a definition of the human being. What they finally
    • and research. Indeed, spiritual science must make itself felt as a fundamentally
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • the realization that the beings from the hierarchy of the Angeloi did
    • something that was quite clearly understandable to the hierarchy of
    • of the higher hierarchies are observing us. This experience of being
    • perceived and observed by the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and other spiritual
    • the sphere of the hierarchies, and that the hierarchies are at work
    • of the higher hierarchies comes to us as an act of grace on the part of
    • higher hierarchies, then he would not have experienced the inability
    • of the beings of the higher hierarchies.
    • the same relationship to the beings of the higher hierarchies as our
    • spirits, spirits of the higher hierarchies, knowing in us.
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    • of formulating their outlook on life. That is part and parcel of materialism
    • mind, the mind-content of spirits belonging to higher hierarchies must
    • to know the dangers they face in their search. That is also why it is
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 6: The Concept of Love as it Relates to Mysticism
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    • idea of love. And if you read Plutarch, for instance, you will find
    • time of Petrarch), and that it entered common parlance through the
    • each one lifts the other and both float above the earth. Archimedes'
    • in eliminating from this search all the fantasies bound up with our
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 7: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis as Illuminated by an Anthroposophical Understanding of the Human Being
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    • relationship can only come about if the researcher's subjective instincts
    • say that canvas is white and charcoal black. It is objective terminology
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • reluctant generally to accept researches about the
    • least more careful thinkers and researchers have always
    • spiritual-scientific research itself. Let me initiate with the
    • first: to a researcher who stood within the glamorous activity
    • outer science cannot offer. This researcher once said the
    • diverse nuclear effects. However, this researcher was of the
    • outer experimental researches of those thinkers who founded it
    • upon these outer researches and experiments than physics? On
    • present, or at least many facts and research results are there
    • physical research make us assume such a connection of the
    • proves the fact that many people regard the research of
    • architecture of a system of ideas, so that one can say in a
    • The other side is an experience of the spiritual researchers:
    • experience of all those who have searched the way into the
    • about our self. Then it becomes necessary to search forces with
    • researcher must also say, these forces cannot lead into the
  • Title: Human History: Lecture II: Death and Immortality
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    • physical research of the Middle Ages and earlier times. That
    • senses and with methods of thinking and researching which are
    • the human life, which we cannot find in that which we search
    • search within a supersensible spiritual world. So that in the
    • search our being in our previous life. So we say in the
    • invented death to have much life. Spiritual-scientific research
    • Someone can argue easily: you spiritual researchers state that
  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • in the human being that he calls the “archaeus”
    • impression on all who searched the way to the spiritual worlds
    • we realise that he wanted to recognise — everywhere searching
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    • Prophet Elijah from the researches of spiritual science, only
    • research because proving discussions would take many hours. I
    • neither where this person Elijah was to be searched nor how
    • in the world, where one had to search it; one had no idea of
    • Ahab searched him everywhere, only not in the simple owner of a
    • spiritual-scientific research.
    • spiritual-scientific research. The Baal priests, the 450
    • spiritual-scientific research as a self-evident fact. Now
    • light up them again with the means of spiritual research. I ask
    • spiritual-scientific research only unprejudiced checking the
    • research, but one can confirm it by the outer science and own
    • by the research which can be brought up only from the hidden
    • you can't extort from her with scrolls of parchment
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VIII: The Origin of the Human Being
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    • that the coming discoveries of scientific research would
    • like a courageous program of research that the proper use of the scientific
    • research had really followed this path, today the mentioned
    • egotistic to search immortality in any form.
    • Hence, certain researchers got around to
    • formation. In addition, the same researcher had to assume that
    • view was not abreast with the scientific research to accept
    • one could say about Friedmann's research (Adolph Hermann F.,
    • development. These last-called researchers thought that one
    • zoology that the researchers saw themselves forced to the view:
    • Thus, this researcher got around to
    • original life form best of all that existed for this researcher
    • within the scientific research in such a way that the
    • researchers who feel urged by that what they realise to assert
    • such matters. But now one can say that such researchers do
    • interesting now that a researcher like Klaatsch feels pressured
    • researcher tries to show — because he has still
    • researcher —
    • is interesting to observe how such a researcher gets around to
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    • research whereas just the question of the origin of the human
    • spiritual facts the old gnosis already searched the Christ
    • historical research had such maturity that in him at a certain
    • Christ who cannot be searched just like that in a single outer
    • research that appear in the most manifold nuances today. One
    • serious deepening just of this academic Jesus research. I want
    • usual means of outer materialistic research at the starting
    • in another direction the research in this field has been urged
    • Thus, the outer research had to say that
    • time that the materialistic research states, you have wrongly
    • the same attitude of research that cannot at all consider a
    • Christ become, hence, for the present research? He becomes pure
    • According to modern historical research,
    • drily: here historical research gets to something that it
    • cannot use, because what should the present research make use
    • if you did historic research unless the ideas, which squeeze in
    • spiritual-scientific, supersensible research. There I could
    • human development to search God and the original divine being
    • the right use of the results of modern research. This will turn
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • repeatedly which are not due, indeed, to the present research
    • results, but to the present thoughts about these research
    • spiritual research, only one possibility to gain a mental
    • become a spiritual researcher and wants to behold deeper into
    • consciousness, so that spiritual research aims at another kind
    • and today spiritual-scientific research shows that the form of
    • cannot yet search such different forms of the soul life. Since
    • research but also the outer facts show that we get to another
    • his soul an instrument of spiritual research by that
    • If the modern spiritual researcher rises to
    • god Cephissus and a nymph had a son, called Narcissus. This
    • appears in the human soul as a picture. Narcissus saw himself
    • connection with the divine. There Narcissus sees himself and is
    • spiritual research the intellectual culture is not only
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • researchers who preceded Copernicus stood on the ground of that
    • researchers of the Middle Ages were Christian, they connected
    • Aristotle by the Christian researchers. These called Aristotle
    • the human being can attain by research and science. If one sees
    • research.
    • come to that point where the human being did research by the
    • thinking is empty in itself if it has no object of research. We
    • object of research. But it gradually disappeared. The Middle
    • sculptor, but also an engineer and architect, he was
    • represented a researcher in the outer nature. It is interesting
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XIV: The Self-Education of the Human Being
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    • research. The usual self-education has to precede the education
    • for spiritual research; it is not only of importance for the
    • research exceeds by experience to a higher area.
    • issues of the physical culture, whether that what is searched
    • self-education is to be searched, actually, who would have to
    • of the mind exists so little and is searched so little, also a
    • nervousness, while the human being searches it wrongly, if he
    • science cannot merge into the inner longing of the searching
    • express that which the spiritual researcher has to say about
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XVI: Darwin and the Supersensible Research
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    • Darwin and the Supersensible Research
    • Berlin, 28 March 1912
    • particular within the German research. There the courageous
    • Darwinian view penetrated into the entire scientific research,
    • the serious research, even found an entire worldview, one may
    • human being corresponds just to imperfect human research;
    • supersensible research. Is it this way? Today a lot depends on
    • discovery, because he writes on 27 March 1784: “You
    • Weimar Goethe and Schiller Archive one day. There Goethe had
    • because we realise that with Goethe the same course of research
    • the facts which urge the researchers, but only from the
    • A researcher offers a significant example
    • from the physical. In anthropology, this researcher of the
    • nineteenth century searches that what he believes to need for
    • have done research in another age, it would be also conceivable
    • of research results which have come about just under the
    • Thanks to this research, we see into
    • supersensible research. Thanks to the materialistic
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    • chaos, or rather, an economic anarchy. Ever since the middle of the
    • able to break the existing economic anarchy. But it strove after this
    • been preserved — no matter whether they were monarchical or non-monarchical,
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    • world, speaks of definite structures of spiritual Beings, of a hierarchical
    • being, stands the conception of Spiritual science, which goes in search
    • in the hierarchical order of Nature, I could not exist without the soil
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    • of spiritual research just gets to them as the scientist of the
    • spiritual researcher just develops the inner methods of
    • research that I have shown in my book How Does One Attain
    • researcher can really figure the spiritual nature of thinking
    • out, he can ascend to other levels of spiritual research. Since
    • those books of spiritual research. But because one does not
    • spiritual-scientific research to get this conviction, but you
    • researcher has to undertake. By inner soul work, he has to
    • the spiritual researcher is urged to point to three states of
    • is not searched but which arises as an objective truth. The
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • them, it becomes obvious that only such a research can come
    • systematic inner soul work. The spiritual researcher works with
    • the spiritual researcher has to attain. If he does not attain
    • advance. The spiritual researcher must get around, while he
    • other side. Then, however, the human being must not search mere
    • around to doing research of the riddles and of the deeper
    • as a spiritual researcher.
    • advances as a spiritual researcher in such a way, a moment
    • spiritual knowledge as research that knowledge itself
    • advanced to show by careful research that just in the physical
    • this field. Now a spiritual researcher comes and says towards
    • cannot become spiritual researchers? — One can answer
    • best of all that to the spiritual researcher even spiritual
    • research is destiny. It is to him that which I have described;
    • researcher finds into the world of thought that is only
    • spiritual researcher the secrets of the spiritual world are
    • in the researcher's room, in the clinic, in the laboratory, on
    • the observatory, and you apply the research results in life;
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • the scientific research, just because it complies more with
    • searches, actually, if one speaks of the deeper soul riddles.
    • researcher shows that also everything that the human being can
    • spiritual-scientific research, and only someone finds this
    • develop and are searched which can be kept and appear again, we
    • Spiritual research has no use for that at first. But something
    • But the spiritual researcher cannot stop thinking about the
    • spiritual-scientific researcher. Hence, one can compare the
    • course of centuries. The human being must not search a union
    • searches must be an object to him. He has to approach it with
    • that the spiritual researcher shows above all in what way the
    • spiritual researcher dedicates himself to certain developments,
    • slightest. Those human beings are bad spiritual researchers who
    • become impractical for the usual life by spiritual research.
    • of life praxis by a kind of spiritual research shows that he
    • has not understood the nature of true spiritual research; since
    • goes the way of true spiritual research or spiritual science,
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • Berlin, 15 March 1917
    • researchers who tried to work on the field of the soul
    • the representatives of scientific research are as a rule so
    • literary phenomena of the last time that contain research
    • shows brilliantly, even if the still varying research results
    • nervous mechanism. If one examines the area of research
    • that one may say, concerning feeling such a researcher has to
    • is in motion. There one says such a researcher means the
    • research; but it is also undoubted that the experience of the
    • cannot say now that all researchers standing on the ground of
    • matter in the sense of spiritual research. There appears that
    • normally. If the spiritual researcher proceeds Imaginatively,
    • now such researchers, like Theodor Ziehen, are honest, they do
    • spiritual researcher this miraculous creation of the human
    • researcher is just clear in his mind that the emotional life is
    • that if one speaks as a spiritual researcher about the fact one
    • researcher already has to consider the whole soul in relation
    • rese