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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • those who resolve to call forth the will-power, endurance and patience
    • think logically but indulges in fantasies, correction is not so
    • point and there are means and directions that will call forth this
    • confronts man. Precisely because so many so-called occult methods
    • are called chakrams in esoteric language. These are the sense organs
    • schooling are called preparation or catharsis, enlightenment and
    • called, “Music of the spheres.” This is by no means meant
    • symbolically, it is a reality.
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • As an example, we can recall the statements of the anatomist, Albert,
    • has made so-called positive science with its so-called facts and
    • world-stream which extends eminently and practically into all
    • believe nothing of the so-called occult teachings, the so-called
    • ‘Isis Unveiled’ or the so-called ‘Secret
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • Are not what one calls the eyes and the ears of the spirit perhaps a
    • as its etheric or life-body. Thus we call this second body the
    • have what we call urges, desires, passions. A plant has no inner
    • Thus this name was called the unutterable Name of God, the name which
    • part transformed by the ‘I’, we call Spirit-Self or
    • us recall our own life. Just think of all you have learnt since you
    • people — there has been a change in what we call habits,
    • the ‘I’ has made out of the etheric body, is called
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
    • truly practical sense understand it spiritual-scientifically, will
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • called idealists in that they believe they view the common aspects
    • Feuerbach that what man produces is basically the result of foods
    • to believe that man is indeed physically nothing more than what he
    • purely materialistically, people continuously use up the substances
    • physically invisible and in this it can be seen that it is the
    • Actions, activities are called forth by the process of destruction.
    • possible imagination and calls forth thinking. It is this activity
    • that can be called the physical expression of the invisible light
    • Basically, as has been said, inner body heat is
    • virginal forces of our astral body, we call forth our whole inner
    • obliged to call forth the forces necessary to produce its own
    • physically and in an external way out of the plant, just what a man
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • It calls forth forces that otherwise would be
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • and the after-effects of coffee, our nervous systems automatically
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • what may be called ‘anthroposophical history’, told as an
    • are organically and actively interwoven, but that in sleep the
    • at the door and you say “Come in!”, that cannot be called
    • yourself at a table, that cannot be called a decision made by the
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • belonging to a higher world, the world we call the Astral plane. And
    • sympathy or antipathy points to the realm we call Lower Devachan.
    • actually performing some such deed. I will call pleasure in good deeds
    • happening with his will. The truth is that what we call moral
    • very drastically from one another, and if those who are a little vain
    • the Earth from the Being we call the Christ. And it was upon Him, upon
    • not in physically embodiment but as pure Akashic forms within the
    • understanding of the life of the spirit through what we to-day call
    • combine with or separate from each other. What we call chemical action
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • meant to be taken pragmatically, gradually comes to carry conviction
    • When called upon to make a decision in a given situation, they are at a
    • a different handwriting. Tell him to stop writing automatically and try
    • It would not be a bad idea to introduce such exercises systematically into
    • The cultivation of the will, as we may call it, is most important. I have
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • many possible objections to practically everything we do. People are not
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Today I would like to address myself to a subject specifically
    • penetrating into spheres of existence radically unlike those usually
    • What the spiritual investigator thereby learns of Christ Jesus calls
    • external life is not meant to be taken metaphorically. It is intended
    • accessible only to spiritual vision, they can be called mystical. They
    • There were basically two kinds of center[s] where pupils were trained to
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • were others who grew old not only physically but also in their souls. This
    • is brought before the world so magically, uniting himself in his thirtieth
    • then be seen only physically in the sun and planets, and also for the birth
    • the plants grow out of the soil in springtime, and we see how the sun calls
    • wildly and chaotically the winter storms may rage in us, there is one hope
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Science, should acquire a deep understanding of that which we call
    • the line of direction of his spine was practically horizontal,
    • religious background. We should often call to mind why the child walks
    • called forth as an inner speech movement. But the power of so
    • reverence for the upright position was recalled in the Egyptian epoch,
    • so now the reverence for the Word was recalled. Thus do the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • in an etheric spirit form,” for such is the form of those we call
    • incarnated through what we call the Baptism by John in the Jordan in the
    • show that what we call spiritual science will pour itself into our moral
    • dependent upon our natural ability, just as what we do physically is not
    • conversation with this personality — one may call it conversation since
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • — or anthroposophy, as it may also be called — to Christianity. In
    • the body at all. I am just calling this to your attention. Even the
    • How do memory and the power of recall actually confront us? Events
    • world. But memory is built upon the power to recall, through which the
    • resembling sleep (although it is in fact radically different). For if
    • a single mental image. This is what makes concentration radically
    • different from sleep. In fact, it could be called fully conscious
    • energetically and devotedly in his exercises, in reaping the fruits of
    • his efforts, then he arrives at an experience of what could be called
    • the way it most typically comes about.
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • summon up and something radically different from the content of
    • hallucinations and visions in basically the same way as external
    • then do we enter a world radically different from the world of the
    • the being whom we call Christ is to be recognized as the center of
    • liberty of calling a book on Christianity that I wrote many years ago
    • mysteries, men like Heraclitus and Plato, were called “Christians”
    • Heraclitus and Plato, were called “Christians” by the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • were cousins, frantically exchanged telegrams in which one beseeched
    • not the attacker, but the attacked. Thus, theoretically, any one of
    • As it stands today, Rudolf Steiner's call to instate the Christ in His
    • would call the most sublime human principle ever to unfold on earth.
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • different. Maxentius consulted the so-called Sibylline Books, the
    • elevate human beings to the domain we call the spirit world. A
    • initiation that could still essentially be called a natural initiation
    • accustomed to call history. As a rule, the external events that are
    • account unknown forces and connections beyond what we ordinarily call
    • characteristics. What is called the national mentality of a person
    • they tend to maintain a certain rigidity. What the Frenchman calls
    • Central Europe that could be called the inner disposition toward
    • we call the Archangel Michael had reached a special stage of
    • unequivocally, if only it is properly posed, and this question is:
    • horse-driven furniture van had been in the vicinity of the so-called
    • occult perception who is working artistically on the building in
    • replacing war with law, or international law, as it was called. Since
    • Darwin; his materialism is basically an English product
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • fundamental characteristic will be that everything we call the fruits
    • materialistically but believes in immortality. We, today, knowing from
    • spiritual science calls freedom of thought. By coming together in
    • intellectuals, as they call themselves, make the following reproach to
    • the group soul to which they hold fast. What we call the group soul,
    • into the world (I am repeating what Soloviev says practically word for
    • the blood, calling together only those who have blood in common, and
    • to cultivate this in community. Our aim is to call together human
    • I call
    • perform in brotherhood within such groups. I call down the grace and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • already been called, and which at present slumber in the majority of human
    • what is called the “Etheric Body.” (The term “Etheric
    • begin by considering the forces of the so-called etheric body. This
    • plants physically shoot up out of the earth and become perceptible to the
    • I wish to state emphatically that Spiritual Science gives voice to none of
    • lasting until about the fourteenth year, when we become physically mature.
    • encounter, to begin with, beings that grow downward etherically toward
    • the earth just as plants grow upward, physically out of the earth. We have in
    • calling attention — primarily by hypotheses and occasionally even by
    • a spiritual reality behind the physical world, and he calls it — though
    • anticipates philosophically a thing that Spiritual Science can actually
    • Eduard von Hartmann at that time showed that he could write as scientifically
    • materialistic trend of Darwinism most radically — Oskar Hertwig,
    • scientific impotence of materialistically colored Darwinism, when confronted
    • should like to state emphatically that I cherish the same high respect today
    • that such a mode of thinking cannot be called non-Christian.
    • folly will find special satisfaction in calling attention to phenomena of
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • As I said again only the other day, that which calls itself Science
    • in effect, something altogether different from the so-called death of
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • pass the so-called Guardian of the Threshold and learn truly to know
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • develop the conscious Spiritual Soul, their function is to call forth
    • order, do not exist in order to call forth evil actions. On the
    • said, not to encourage pessimism, but as a call to awakening, an
    • understanding of history which I have called for in recent lectures
    • The second thing to which I must now refer will call forth still
    • want merely to call forth a kind of torpor, making the lectures a
    • so-called evil will have to be transmuted in this way, by man becoming
    • will call forth the same feeling as the sight of a blue colour, and
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
    • continually utter this warning, this call to awakening.
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • to mention the appearance of the so-called Social Question.
    • But he who has earnestly studied our anthroposophically oriented
    • emerging in human nature? We can, if you like, call these social
    • meets another, I would say we must look into the situation radically.
    • call social impulses, fundamentally speaking are only present in
    • scientifically connect with these facts. For how is it that social
    • the so-called difficult ideas of economics can be gained if the
    • bank note only gives you the power to call into your service so much
    • large part of the so-called love of doing good is a masked self-love.
    • invent socialist slogans and call to men from all countries —
    • untrue; one easily falls into a so-called dreamy idealism which seeks
    • to establish united kingdoms, with decade-long calls for unity — but
    • example, heard about the super-sensible experience called “The Meeting
    • world of sense — this struggle which conditions all that calls forth
    • one side stands the Christ Being, calling us of our own free will to
    • Opposed to this will stands the adversary who is called in the Bible
    • case, called to look at everything without illusion; I must be neither
    • optimism, but rather a call to an inner awakening so that independent
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • what may be called the civic social order, but that this civic social
    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • his penetration into many things connected with the so-called
    • empty of anything that can be called spirit. That is the fact we have
    • called for by these ominous and alarming facts.
    • intrinsically and innately to the people came into being. Greek
    • the 15th century, which we call the epoch of the evolution of
    • the highest manifestation of soul-life. That was what he called
    • sympathetically attracted by the bodily form and constitution of the
    • soul what may be called perception of the cosmic aspect of the earth
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • it is basically, from a higher point of view, for some people to be idealists
    • are spread out around us. Let us represent diagrammatically by means of
    • spiritual-scientifically that in everything working in the child up till the
    • to develop certain concepts that most people would still call “utter
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • in the blood there is also present what is generally called the warmth
    • This is even more emphatically the case when we come to consider the
    • we call the tone.
    • to thoughts in our fluid organism. But what may be called the Chemical
    • spirituality, our air organism by what may be called cosmic astrality
    • aspects tally with each other. It is customary to call ‘knowledge’
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • but he becomes organically warmer as well — though this is not so
    • air-organism, it imparts to it something that I can only call a
    • be called a source of light which remains, to begin with, curbed and
    • there is produced what we call a seed of life — but it is
    • is generally called ‘moral’ represents no more than a subordinate
    • leads thought to absurdity; or there is the so-called ‘psycho-physical
    • Emperor Julian (called for this reason ‘the Apostate’) —
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • thinking becomes what I have called in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • sphere of thinking. But pure thinking may equally be called pure
    • prepare ourselves for what I have called in the
    • emphatically so in the case of those who do not strive for
    • before birth, and therefore they called the findings of mathematics
    • connecting both has since ancient times been called Wisdom.
    • called Power. What is living itself out as Power, as Force, is
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • whom we have often mentioned, calls the sun God's monument, and in
    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
    • order to call up before our minds the spiritual connection between the
    • are so necessary, then this community, which calls itself the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • call to mind something which can become clear to any one who considers
    • — in a dream, or however one may wish to call it. Here we have to
    • we may call its higher knowledge. This is another example of something
    • mathematically, whereas the ancient wisdom of, the stars perceived in
    • different matter to call upon the reasoning of children through the
    • naturalistically conceived. A new, spiritual grasp of the Mystery of
    • understanding. Perhaps many of those who call themselves preachers and
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • also connected with what we may call the being of man's soul.
    • to human cognition since very early times. We have only to recall the
    • ordinary life man is protected from crossing the Threshold. Call it
    • We all accept to-day the so-called Copernican view of the universe.
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • called “pure thinking” — that thinking which is completely
    • call for strength and not for weakness, and if he were to let go,
    • cognition, Goethe postulated what he called “perceptive judgment.”
    • exercises of the soul, he calls forth and develops within him powers
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • logician calls “negation”, negative judgment, is the uprush of
    • called spiritual activity. But will, feeling and conceptual activity
    • are practically asleep within the body, are in a state of slumber.
    • Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • as Man called the first letter of the alphabet ‘Alpha’, he
    • experienced a certain amount of inspiration in it, but the moment he called it
    • I have previously called your attention to how a real understanding of
    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
    • Manifestation what we might call an echo of the experience Man goes
    • Today the unit is the smallest. Everything today is atomistically
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
    • grade, and makes geometry sound musically, all this, as far as I know,
    • member of the so-called Trivium and Quadrivium.
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • physically nor etherically, but astrally. And the important thing is
    • physically in the world, are brought together precisely in the human
    • karmically inherited later on. Even when children die before puberty,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • divides history into epochs and calls our present epoch, that
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • historically in a particular epoch.
    • importantly, they learned to know the so-called three kingdoms of nature
    • as he lived on earth was still called, in the language of ancient Mystery
    • I refer to my remarks in the so-called ‘French
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • being, two beings can be clearly distinguished. You will recall that
    • Proceeding schematically,
    • Drawn schematically it
    • called it — the metabolic-limb man — manifests itself in
    • embryo, what we call here the physical organization of the invisible
    • for the course of food taken in by the mouth. Schematically, however,
    • from below upward (speaking schematically), pours itself into the
    • external injuries intervene, an individual should be basically
    • another condition might be noticed: what I would like to call the
    • happens in what is called a healing of some foreign intrusion in the
    • depicted schematically flows down, but transforms itself via the
    • into the head. By doing this we can call forth something to
    • combined with what could be called one's commitment to anthroposophy.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • this living and weaving activity, proceeding chemically and physically
    • proceeds in the human being as intrinsically human. Even, for example,
    • what proceeds as intrinsically human in the physical body is attributed
    • inwardly the limbs are organically connected with the metabolic organs.
    • and the metabolic-limb system, are placed polarically opposite each
    • within the human abdomen, or the lower body, must call forth the polar
    • If one proceeds only anatomically one merely observes the status of the
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • another — so that if we were to draw the ore schematically we could
    • mirror-like. That is called the antimony mirror. It is hardly respected at
    • the so-called electrolytic cathode, then it is only necessary (after the
    • where the plastically active forces, for example, the cell-forming forces
    • cellular substance of the human organism. I would like to call these
    • forces of the astral and etheric bodies, is radically disturbed in typhoid
    • goal to call forth the proper rhythm in the working together of astral body
    • plastically rounding force, and the other force which works linearly right
    • uncomfortable it may be for him to say so, because he knows he will call
    • development of the so-called centrosomes — you can read about that in
    • organism, are opposed, polarically opposed, to the antimonizing forces.
    • forces; the centrosomes, after fertilization, are called forth by the
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • what may be called ‘anthroposophical history’, told as an
    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • animal kingdom — there works what we may call a lower spiritual realm.
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • The sublime Beings, whom we may call the Saturn population, do not ray
    • earthly life. And even as the cosmic distances are called into play,
    • physically kindled by the forces we receive into the depths of our
    • Christ remained. Man can now call this force to life within him, if he
    • in my ordinary consciousness I call ‘I’. But I must now become
    • Ever repeatedly we may call to life in us these words of meditation,
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • we are accustomed to call “stars” in the external, physical sense
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • consisted of communications (if I may call them thus) of the gods
    • draw this schematically we might say that people saw the human soul
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • called ‘the Son of the Widow.’ His followers called
    • teaching, making a personality whom he calls ‘Faustus’ the
    • esoterically through legends. The Legend of Manes is a legend dealing
    • soul was called the Mother or Isis. The Father was the Instructor or
    • become independent. Everything that comes from him is a call to the
    • freedom.” That is presented exoterically in the Faust Saga.
    • spiritual stream. It appears in forms which many can call to mind, and
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • mathematically, I do indeed think about something my senses can
    • sense-perception in the same way as he is able to think mathematically
    • in this sense, which may be thus mathematically expressed. As
    • added to that which we call “Euclidian.” Euclid expresses by
    • sensible. The “finite” is mathematically referred back to
    • we stand on an important boundary line. We are mathematically led out
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • Plato, calls for research in the mathematical spirit, he can easily be
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • world of plants are insensitive to what we call pleasure or pain when
    • environment of the so-called dead conditions are such that everything
    • of joy, in the environment. He works on and on, calling forth pleasure
    • souls in the spiritual world. The links are made karmically on Earth
    • other is what may be called concrete, direct intercourse with beings
    • is possible between those who are still on Earth and the so-called
    • intercourse between the living and the so-called dead, for it is an
    • of intercourse between the so-called living and the so-called dead. If
    • significance for intercourse, for example, with the so-called dead
    • the physical plane and which is therefore practically unknown. The
    • united in our inmost being with the souls who are the so-called dead.
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • the specifically individual aspect. Because the child, as we saw,
    • between the so-called dead and the so-called living. Those who have
    • of co-operation of the so-called living with the so-called dead. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • workers could also rightly be called dialogs, for upon Rudolf
    • This brain has convolutions. We call one of them the temple
    • when someone has a so-called brain stroke. What happens in that case?
    • convolution of the brain, though symmetrically placed, shows
    • pedagogically speaking, you would achieve the very opposite of what
    • mush. All right then, the earth was basically mush and the mountains
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • they think they should despise everything that is called material or
    • natural necessity the impulse of reason works logically. One is
    • metaphysical abstraction. What Schiller calls the liberation of
    • process of life. What Schiller calls the spiritualisation of natural
    • need — he should really have called it “ensouling”
    • logically proved, the statement must be applicable to life. Logic
    • can prove something logically; and we have seen arise in our midst,
    • and no-one familiar with logic will doubt they can all be logically
    • look at a tree. Logically it is not necessary to regard a tree-trunk
    • abstraction as the tree-trunk. The so-called “earth's
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • regarded absolute obedience to what he calls duty — that is,
    • very little. What we now call the social question, in the widest sense
    • Thrones. Hence in your food you have something cosmically formative,
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • life — are as radically different as head, breast and limbs. To
    • calls the earnestness of life a game, in his sense of the word, for
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Till late, his wedding guests to call.
    • we call our destiny or Karma need not after all be so enigmatic for
    • and then we shall be able to call on the spiritual worlds around us to
    • Golgotha. Just recall the history of the world as it is usually set
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • progress of human evolution must in future be called forth from
    • so-called exact sciences; you will find them presented there today. If
    • with distance traversed and time. They call the
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • run riot within us and give rise to the so-called nervous troubles
    • planets, as they are sometimes called, the planets which are nearer
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • the task of physically hearing the sounds and notes within the
    • the so-called tympanum or drum. Behind this you find a number of
    • minute bones, or ossicles. External science calls them
    • the inward portion of the inner ear, and which science calls the
    • And the little bone which science calls the incus or anvil,
    • Let us now go farther back, within the ear. We come to the so-called
    • called to account morally, because they are much less responsible for
    • yourself; and through the so-called Eustachian tube, which passes from
    • immediately called into play. The second member of the human life of
    • humanity, is called into play. Whatever the head acquires through such
    • Will. Not only our life of Feeling but our life of Will is called into
    • to the head, it leaves the Feeling cold and does not in any way call
    • the head is called into play. It is not a question of mediumistic
    • dogmatically, that the intellect if healthy sees nothing spiritual;
    • science theoretically. In all of us who acquire spiritual science, the
    • spheres. And how do we experience that which we call the Good? We
    • away. If his arms are taken from him he is physically crippled; if the
    • man — I have not the right to call myself a man.’ Then you
    • your philosophic pedants will call this a dreadful principle —
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • time between 14, 15 and 18 is one that implies in a pessimistically
    • understood in its broadest sense: that, for instance, a teacher calls
    • urban conceptions, you can call a school a country educational home as
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • the epoch of evolution that may be called the mineral epoch; and our task
    • spirit are called upon to climb one day to the highest stages of
    • before, why the “good and proper form” as it has been called,
    • substance called Kundalini which holds together, within the human being,
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    • appears which can be called the harmony of the spheres, cosmic
    • Inspiration, the second world. Let me call it the revelations
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    • — all these become an organically coherent etheric system. (When
    • etherically. It is as if we were to repeat inwards everything which we
    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • vertically. And in the etheric body we have a confluence, a radiating
    • called the Kyriotetes.
    • air. In the real world, what are at first called etheric body, astral
    • talking either of Matter or of what is called Spirit in the ordinary
    • consciousness — a grey spirituality, conceived pantheistically
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    • short time against the so-called ‘popular’ conceptions of
    • event — whether or not we call it to-day a ‘symbolical’
    • subsequent culture — the Gnosis called the ‘Christ.’
    • called upon to enter into those factors which have laid hold of human
    • century) for the purpose of proving historically the events which are
    • Foreword to the Second Edition, to call attention to the point at
    • From subordinate animal organs the light calls forth for itself an
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    • expressed dramatically, must be contained in the music. That which the
    • insight into the mysteries of human nature. Herein he felt his call.
    • that to ask about his birth, name, rank or calling, is meaningless. To
    • is depicted symbolically in a myth. When at the beginning of our
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    • Out of this milieu came Julian, the so-called Apostate, who had
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    • the night in common with that Being whom we call our “angel”,
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    • made possible through the outpouring, as we may call it, of the
    • separated from him, detached from him scientifically, piece by piece
    • words: etherically, the human being carries about within him the
    • jump out elastically into the world when the astral body and the Ego
    • else. Let us recall the thoughts that should really be connected with
    • physically, was formed in advance. If we go back into evolution, if
    • in Austrian dialect, indicating a loose, half rascally, half
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    • the so-called “Fensterworte” — that is to say, the
    • was to call the first Goetheanum, the “Johannesbau.” This
    • aspirant for spiritual knowledge — is called Johannes
    • work fruitful — for what we have to create must be basically,
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • call.
    • heard this morning when the lecturer so graphically said that the
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • all over Europe. It is a remarkable story, beautiful and artistically
    • graphically narrated in connection with one main theme, have the
    • climax are graphically told. And now, think of it: We take the book
    • people call out for an ‘explanation.’ Would it always
    • that in a sense it takes away from us practically all the living
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    • practically nothing left of the Hyperborean strain. On the soil of
    • establishing what is called Etruscan-Roman Civilization, with the
    • represented symbolically by the descent of the Dove. Only the most
    • this Being is called the “Leader of the Christ Initiates” or
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    • was afterwards called and which we now call the Christ. For this
    • in super-sensible worlds who was afterwards called the Christ,
    • called Christ appeared to the initiates as One who had lost His
    • called Christ, as of Him who would in future time come down to Earth
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
    • more he imbues himself with that which all the world to-day calls
    • that is left of the man who was filled with living blood. Physically
    • that we have hitherto experienced as Death we feel ourselves called
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    • recent lectures, you will, I think, be able to call up a picture of
    • peoples — the Folk Spirits as we call them. You will know of
    • have come to a stage where this feeling, which is called forth in man
    • absurdity (for so I must call it) had to come about when the
    • called the Michael thought! This Michael thought should be alive,
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    • the teachings of the Gnostics, as they were called, in the early
    • a Galileo, men felt the call to set about understanding the Earth
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • physical, is the world which we have grown accustomed to call the
    • of the patient. For what is called illness today is in truth only the
    • call nature-spirits, but not only these. In it are also all those
    • human beings who have just passed physically through the gate of
    • for a few days. Then what we call the etheric body is given over to
    • seeks in the depths of the soul for what we might call the ‘animal
    • Wissen und Leben — I think it is called — and you
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • system. Even astronomically speaking, they were right, for the other
    • I have tried to call forth in you a feeling for the way in which the
    • so-called dead and the so-called living work together. Now we must
    • year, which is so often called the period of Kamaloca, is very like
    • the embryo period of existence. Just as the human being calls to his
    • together physically. So indeed it should always be among us; our
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    • aided through older, what we call atavistic, knowledge, through
    • belonging to the Egyptian culture. I have already called your
    • one can call it thinking! The Greeks related that Chronos had
    • (I am calling attention to various features which we shall
    • should like to call special attention to a very significant feature
    • calls ‘created’, but that men were there much earlier
    • therefore is something which differs radically in the Grecian teaching
    • are ruling now, but they have nothing to do with what I call
    • for some centuries mankind has lost practically all consciousness
    • overcome atavism, making use of sulphur atavistically. But Zeus and
    • Imagination atavistically. That is what the Greeks wished to say
    • also called the ‘philosophical sulphur’. And Saint
    • to man. They connected what lived in their Gods with what we call
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    • expression physically in the change of voice.
    • fact that which shot up out of the forces which are usually called in
    • etherically, by having perceived it formerly as it were, outside, and
    • sex-symbols, the so-called sex-symbols, point thus to this connection
    • — we can call it the connection between the atmosphere with its
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
    • national sentiment. Hence the battle-cry of the so-called ‘Freedom
    • most respectable sense of course — ‘The Call for the
    • power of thought was felt, what role the so-called universals, the
    • them, they call him the foremost, the first, Fürst (Eng: Chief,
    • Here we have a connection with fact if we call someone ‘doctor’
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    • them as producing through their deeds what we call earthly humanity.
    • myth disregarding as much as possible many prejudices and calling
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • be called forth that with the peculiarity of this presentation of
    • the present age, if one realizes that the essentiality which we call
    • consciousness. This new element is radically different from the
    • physical beings of the line of descent. Fundamentally the so-called
    • state of dulled livingness, in later times the letter called forth
    • understand how to grasp realistically that one gets older with
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    • moreover called themselves the ‘immortals’ in that
    • catastrophically is connected with this divorce from reality. On the
    • The clever ones in Philisterium, to be sure, call it ‘superstition’
    • began. We can actually call it the ‘Cancer-civilization’
    • corresponds in man to the thorax. So that, speaking macrocosmically
    • Cancer. If one would characterize it microcosmically one can
    • microcosmically in all that concerns man's symmetry, especially the
    • microcosmically in man with all that concerns the region of the
    • are called. These three decanates represent those planets which have
    • during our age, the Pisces epoch, are very characteristically those
    • precisely the force that makes a perpetual call on our attentiveness.
    • friends, that one reads nowadays of the so-called Peace negotiations
    • calls pure chance that his head is still upon his shoulders. His head
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    • immediately upon the great flooding of the earth — called in
    • by our power of will. We become physically different in our twenties
    • and in this becoming different physically there lives at the same
    • which we call the Old Persian, man remained still capable of
    • younger and younger — if we call this change in development a
    • called your attention last time to the immense incision in the
    • someone who speaks enthusiastically in this way of the French
    • so-called Enlightenment, the atheistic Enlightenment of the 18th
    • historically up to his time. He believed that a movement could
    • ceased; it returns periodically. And whereas Friedrich Schlegel built
    • theoretically is of no consequence, what matters is to have it in
    • higher members, in the first place of what we have called the
    • had something of what can be called a
    • catastrophically. The impulses in question must approach men direct.
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    • that what we call understanding at the present day is actually the
    • reach everyone, is not fitted to call forth a feeling of what a
    • as absolute, develop them metaphysically — that we will not do.
    • complications, just as schematically one can picture the human head
    • practically up to our twenty-eighth or twenty-seventh year, the rest
    • heart-knowledge — I now call the other man not the head-man, I
    • call him the heart-man — to transform head-knowledge into
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
    • so-called dead, one can then make the experience that the dead
    • space events take place which are calculated purely mathematically
    • spoken of by atheistic science and by the so-called religious faith
    • this, even I though it is not proved mathematically, which would here
    • it was called, arose against the persuasion of the false gnosis
    • (so they called it: the persuasion of the false gnosis!) people have
    • paradoxically, somewhat extremely: — so that Europe had
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    • schematically, one can say: if the earth is here in universal space
    • the etheric body, and which, while we are growing old physically,
    • into another planetary existence which we call the Jupiter existence.
    • considered all the more since it is connected with what I have called
    • things were still known atavistically, but people no longer attach a
    • but one that — preserved atavistically from olden times —
    • arranged such things logically.
    • patience to call on the rejuvenating forces in human nature. That is
    • on politics in calling attention to the following:
    • value of the so-called peace negotiations between the Central
    • no consequence here) argues against a so-called separate peace
    • time since the great Atlantean deluge, the Flood. Geology calls it
    • so-called Lemurian civilization, which again had several epochs.
    • there is also externally, cosmically, a resemblance. You know that
    • that the Lemurian man received practically the same wisdom as the man of
    • did not explain things to himself logically, he did not learn them,
    • again I express myself somewhat drastically) that ever since he has
    • acquired physically this hard skull. And we may ask when mankind
    • revealed to him from the heavens, cosmically revealed, from Lemurian
    • mathematically, is there; it is only passed completely through a
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    • we call the ego. Besides this he has his astral body, and at the
    • is an aggregate of what I would call form structures. This aggregate
    • for us from out of the cosmos. But what is brought forth organically
    • to these extra-earthly forces. What we call our mental faculty, our
    • today, when everything is thought out materialistically. Today it is
    • thoughts of many of you, but I should like to call your attention to
    • mathematically, we develop really out of our inner being; it is the
    • Otherwise one would have to say that what is called in the Kantian
    • physically inheritable characteristics. What a present-day generation
    • is, from what can be inherited physically; this is the way people
    • physically inheritable characteristics; these former generations may
    • if we, egotistically boasting of our “higher culture,”
    • another. This then is called the “psychology of association.”
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    • connected with his destiny, with what we are accustomed to call
    • this question, not theoretically, but concretely in a vital and
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • fanatically in the Spirit are the very ones who refute the Spirit. I
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    • Their golden urns reciprocally lending,”
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
    • out scientifically. In short, the period when men lived in the word
    • pre-historic or practically pre-historic times, before speech assumed
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    • has, of course, its stores of memories which it calls up again and
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • This faculty of remembrance enables us to call up, either
    • I have called this development ‘Imaginative Thinking’
    • range of natural science and that mysticism can only call up in
    • methodically and systematically. And because in the tableau that has
    • to be eliminated only when we train ourselves systematically and
    • consciously to do this. If I may speak rather paradoxically, we must
    • Practically the whole of our life is presented to us in a tableau, as
    • have called in my books, Knowledge through Inspiration, or
    • way, but deliberately and systematically; he transformed the ordinary
    • of some form of ‘inspiration,’ so-called, or of
    • Inspiration and Imagination. I have called this still higher form of
    • will admit that many, many spheres of existence today are calling out
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    • those six centuries. External documents (I have already called
    • Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas had dogmatically preserved truths
    • permeate the human soul. The habit of calling attention to the
    • were grasped philosophically. It is interesting to see that the most
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
    • wish to grasp it historically, is: To what extent was it justified?
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    • so-called refutations. Let us simply observe the fact that, on the
    • call it, Haeckelism. The whole problem may be considered, as it were,
    • salary, but they had the right to call themselves professors) spoke
    • comes to the fore symptomatically, we may gather that materialism
    • adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
    • earth in which the so-called civilisation has unfolded. We may
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • of Mach the ethics of the Bolsheviks, if we may call them
    • different from an abstract logic. What may be deduced logically, need
    • mind whether or not a conception may be logically proved, for, in
    • is, however, connected with the whole earth. What we generally call
    • apply them technically. No, in every true world-conception there
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    • is that they call away many young lives from the physical plane.
    • insane by the materialistically minded people of the present time,
    • here you may see the so-called “Haus Hansi”, the house in
    • being that is called upon to make this sacrifice, thus fulfilling
    • forces (I must always call them heavenly forces) have passed through
    • symbolically from outside, but everything should result from what the
    • but they should reveal to us, through what they are artistically and
    • he is like a sailor who must steer his boat through the storms called
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    • principles — salt, mercury, sulphur, as he calls them. These
    • filled with so-called inner experiences which are, in reality, mere
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    • in which the so-called intellectual and understanding soul
    • culture was unfolding, that which we call intellectual or
    • their development, the Greeks had to pass through what one might call
    • trichotomy, as it was called, the only possible knowledge of the
    • spirit, was done away with dogmatically, and a dogma was enforced,
    • here on earth, and this is cramped together egoistically in our inner
    • spiritually. We cramp ourselves egoistically in ideas that come from
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • humanity, both soul-spiritually and physically.
    • excogitating means of educating the human being materialistically, of
    • preparing him materialistically as a body; they seek to attain their
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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    • called Ahura Mazdao, a golden dagger, by means of which he was to
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • calls this mirror-image his ego. It is a faithful mirror-image of the
    • becoming one with what may be called the forces of the planet
    • them as little as you could physically see the objects in a dark
    • Now I would like to call your attention to another tendency which is
    • schematically, like this:
    • ego-image is the body, and man calls these mirrored images his soul;
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    • Now in order not to speak merely theoretically but to make what I
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
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    • The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
    • EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SO-CALLED DEAD.
    • schematically as it were, a reality of the spiritual world that
    • up within us, as a prototype of what we shall possess physically only
    • is the earliest moment of life that we can recall, so we now lead a
    • in the world's creative work; we call into life what we afterwards
    • not only connected with processes that exclusively and egoistically
    • approach them physically, and then we gradually become acquainted
    • that this small number of men is called upon to fulfil important,
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    • almost as a human-divine, or a human-heroic essence, and they called
    • up — from another Being, called Ilmarinen. Just as in the
    • and for this reason it called the descending nations the “RUTSI”
    • Finns called it, downwards from above, they also called themselves
    • the nations that were settled down here, below, called in the Warager
    • earth are essentially used for the purpose of calling forth in the
    • Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen, and are to-day designated so prosaically
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    • which, when considered factually and not critically, might even be
    • called its better days, something was taking place that almost
    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • has to do with the will is intrinsically ethical and moral. The
    • the consequences this implies for an anthroposophically oriented
    • wrinkled and bald-headed, losing all feeling for recalling one's
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • Anthroposophical Society and itself starts projects that call for the
    • People used to learn to live anthroposophically by fleeing the world.
    • But they will have to learn to live anthroposophically with the world
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
    • is to learn to feel anthroposophically, to feel anthroposophy living
    • and deduction do not call for inner development; they merely require
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    • sketch it thus: representing it entirely diagrammatically, and we shall
    • the whole system of man, his astral body and ego. Let us now recall that the
    • etheric body which we call the light-ether, we have sketched it above.
    • — that is, she recalls the memory-picture of him, but she does not in
    • will not desire to understand it until one has called forth in one's self the
    • conception intended to be taken allegorically.’ Or else they say:
    • saying: This is demanded by the age of liberty and freedom! What people call
    • in a recognized school. Everything will be forbidden that recalls in the most
    • all thinking souls, things called into being by this black printers' ink
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    • You all know it as the word indicating the opposite of what we call
    • with what we call man's etheric body. So we can also assume that the
    • has such a thing as so-called propagation, the bringing forth of its
    • memory. We could almost call this bringing nonsense into natural
    • have basically retained the same form. If, however, you compare the
    • What does this so-called forgotten image do? It has a very important
    • said that this enduring characteristic that we call temperament also
    • immediately call it egoistic; it would be better to express it this
    • psychologically and physically, I am of no use to the world. We can
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    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • materialistically-minded scholar of today takes it as a matter of
    • physically in its totality at all, because when you are able to see
    • cannot be looked at physically, for the moment it is exposed to view
    • out of occultism who have said this, but they have been called things
    • the astral body, the first thing we notice physically is a certain
    • an irregularity of that part of the human being that we call the
    • of view. Here and there are people who are chronically ill, who are,
    • connected physically with the blood and spiritually with the ego.
    • indeed always effective. What is called the psychological method
    • while. The joy that lends wings to his soul can be called a
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    • moment in human evolution we want to recall lies a long way back. If
    • bisexuality occur earlier. But what we call the human kingdom did not
    • if we consider it let us say philosophically, it is somewhat childish
    • meaning will become clear to you when you see what we call
    • those ancient times what we call illness did not exist. There was no
    • times that what we call the attraction of the sexes began, what we
    • might call passionate love; that is, sensual love that mingled with
    • to someone who wants to treat him psychologically and work especially
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    • changes too in such a way that we can imagine it symbolically as
    • etheric body, symbolically speaking, revolves on its own axis, and
    • processes are rhythmically repeated in the physical body too, however
    • is not an illness; it is the human being calling together all the
    • psychologically or mentally ill.
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    • On the contrary, the temperature is something that the organism calls
    • scientific point of view is called ‘the study of the human
    • higher Organisation of the higher members. What we call the lungs
    • fact that what we call the four members of man, physical body,
    • if we call the outer expression of spirit ‘nature’ —
    • rhythm that was once there macrocosmically in the universe and
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    • period we call Kamaloca in anthroposophical literature, and often
    • Until man has learnt to do this, he continues living in what we call
    • dormant. This also calls forth karmic causes in Kamaloca, and we
    • there occurs what we call mental defectiveness, mental illness. A
    • forces, then comes the inevitable reaction, which we call the process
    • of healing, and the forces of the organism have to be called up to
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    • basically done from without. All the work that is done before birth
    • it is just the activity of the ego in the organism that calls forth
    • from out of his ego this also appears physically in the expression of
    • and actually regulates it was called in the occult teaching of the
    • Old Testament ‘Nephesh’. This is really what we call the
    • weeping are something which can in the highest sense be called the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • also the so-called Lemurian evolution, in which man had only just
    • all the various stages of evolution leave so-called stragglers behind
    • call the Lemurian population of the earth, that remarkable people of
    • already basically there from ancient Lemurian times on, went through
    • of great spiritual significance, were physically small in those days,
    • Atlantean times a gigantically developed physical body. And if you
    • appeal to what we call the development of a higher ego from out of
    • were the ones who cultivated what we might call inner brooding upon
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    • karmically connected. Our concern is the joy the man feels because he
    • thrones poured forth what we call the substance of mankind, and that
    • call the forces of personality. But the spirits of personality, who
    • of three kinds. First, what we call thinking in accordance with law,
    • karmically destined to pay off something together, but at the same
    • view of our human world conception we call an abstraction: the spirit
    • differences among men, what we call the spirit of the age is always
    • out of relationships is called in Christian esotericism ‘creating
    • virtuous relationships is called in Christian esotericism ‘The
    • of a lower order show no more than a trace of what we called creation
    • they may not extend to what may be called cosmic dimensions, are
    • we have placed before us as our ideal those whom we call the masters
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    • 5,000 years in human history, the so-called Lesser Kali Yuga. Since
    • ‘chance’ events, as they are called nowadays, have been
    • — that when he wishes to call a human soul to himself, it is
    • a more inward call. Before 1899 such calls were made by means of
    • I want now to speak of so-called spiritual healing. Here
    • may be called the ‘Imaginative’ life, or life filled with
    • can also be called ‘visions’. But we must realise that
    • passage. Homer, by the way, was called by the Greeks the ‘blind’
    • realm through which men journey after death, Homer calls it the
    • Michelangelo added four so-called ‘allegorical’ figures,
    • directly and realistically from life. The artist has succeeded in
    • relaxes — as also happens drastically at death — but if
    • which in occultism is called the Mercury-sphere.
    • automatically corrected but in the life between death and the new
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    • for those who call themselves Christians. "Ye shall be as Gods"
    • being is unable to recall what his soul has experienced. There is
    • and when memory recalls them we may feel that we have as little
    • him the fruits of a moral life, is what may be called a spiritually
    • In the next sphere, which we will call the Venus sphere
    • who call themselves Christians. The Mystery of Golgotha was fulfilled
    • of a different religion — no matter whether he calls himself
    • the new birth, we have to discover what can be called the Akashic
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    • birth you will recall that during that period a human being
    • these happenings, calls the one ‘cause’ and the other
    • story is graphically told and it has been narrated in greater detail
    • thirteenth century by the poet himself, so it cannot be called a mere
    • external world and lead to knowledge. Admittedly this often calls for
    • you now recall how the whole course of the evolution of humanity has
    • lives a life that is radically different from and fundamentally has
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    • be indicated if I make sketches to show how the so-called aura of the
    • The important point is that what may be called the auric
    • but men do not always call it so. Progress in evolution consisted in
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    • spoke of what may be called the last Initiation of Christian
    • metaphorically. Among the Teachers present in the School in physical
    • be prophetically foreseen, it became the task of the individual whom
    • Mystery of Golgotha. What may be called the advent of the Buddha on
    • This is the momentous outcome of what might be called
    • called a kind of ‘Mystery of Golgotha’ for Mars took
    • part of the general stream of evolution. The event that may be called
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    • Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all the periods of
    • Impulse is comprised for the West in what may be called the Mystery
    • ‘I’ or Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all
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    • emphatically inner event. For the sake of clarity, here let us
    • act of what may be called the formative principle. The last
    • that the principle of form unfolds its activity specifically in the
    • it was right to call
    • they encountered physically. Reference to an intangible ‘something’
    • who remained backward and have become Luciferic spirits. What we call
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    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • is, of course, to be taken metaphorically, but the memories embedded
    • the great intensity at what may now be called the human body; we
    • is nothing that can truly be called bliss or blessedness except
    • outer world is our inner world; what is otherwise called Universe is
    • and through what in physical life is called Universe we feel that we
    • working of forces. Historically, one example suffices in order to
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    • and Vogt (‘bulky Vogt’ as he used to be called) had
    • logically have to say that human beings should not have to learn to
    • developed what it is certainly true to call a religious, pious
    • Powers whom we may call the Lords of all healthy, budding and
    • be maintained. This is the basis of what I have called ‘reading
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    • may be called the region of the Moon, then that of Mercury, of Venus,
    • been called to this. In
    • experienced on Earth. The period of Kamaloka, or call it what you
    • these impressions after death. Recall any sense-impressions
    • left to the soul as remembrance. This shows you that basically all
    • the soul's life in the world of the senses is specifically earthly
    • exactly with the passage of the expanding soul into the region called
    • is generally called the unpleasant element of Kamaloka already comes
    • Five.) In ancient times Brahmanism belonged intrinsically to the Mars
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    • impulse — we have called it the Christ Impulse — which
    • knowledge. This contradiction can be cleared away only when we call
    • therefore try to enter quite historically into the endeavours that
    • and how much had been attained by men called “sages” in
    • evolution — in the souls of that period. What might be called an
    • those men of Greece and Rome; one can call up before one's soul
    • We have already called attention to the fact that behind
    • clairvoyant perception into this sea of thought, as I might call it — a
    • star (I speak symbolically), or the spiritual Being of whom one says
    • may call the theology of Paul, and in many other manifestations also.
    • call them Worlds or Beings. And from them others, and again others,
    • called Worlds or Beings, precede our world. “Aeon” is the
    • Gnostics called the Son of the Father-God, and also what they called
    • call (to borrow a Greek word) the Demiurgos, the cosmic Architect.
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    • If we call to mind once more the thoughts of yesterday's
    • When we recall the beginning of our era and look at its
    • what we should call an astral body — which had gone about on,
    • One might perhaps call that putting it very strongly; but in order
    • understanding. That is radically expressed, but anyone ready to enter
    • importance was attached to these sayings is shown by the so-called
    • great intelligence is chaotically mixed up with arrant humbug. And
    • anti-Gnostics, and the Apostolic Fathers, as they are called,
    • and Aristotle: a world of ideas which could be called the most
    • judge. This was misunderstood by those who took it materialistically
    • Geographically, too, the world is full of secrets. And
    • physically embodied being has a relationship with the elemental
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    • we will now call simply Jesus of Nazareth, have any previous
    • Let us recall what is described in
    • seven planets, as they used to be called. The planetary forces worked
    • of human evolution. Thereby he called to himself the high Sun-spirit,
    • this Nathan Jesus-child by the high Sun Spirit whom we call the
    • The third post-Atlantean epoch, which we call the
    • exoterically; it arose because the moderating of planetary influence
    • Greeks later called Zeus; on Mars, the one later called Ares; on
    • Mercury, the one later called Hermes. In the Greek planetary gods
    • need was to drive out something which would have raged chaotically in
    • of this is apparent — even quite exoterically — in Greek
    • Earth. For Apollo was never physically embodied, but he worked
    • stayed behind, atavistically, at an earlier stage.
    • not politically united, but they had an ideal unity through the god
    • We see how the Greeks revered in the god they called,
    • reflected, was born on Earth and men called him Jesus, which in our
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    • harmony which works through forces and is symbolised numerically by
    • so, while spiritualising the term, we may call this world-picture
    • to call Astrology. So Chronology is followed by Astrology. And
    • holds good, one might say, for all the West. Let us recall how the
    • human beings, through the servants whom we call elemental spirits. In
    • And now to carry this further, let us try to call up before our souls
    • inner fire; in the typically assertive gesture of her hand we see the
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • by the calling up of a memory: Once in the spiritual heights there
    • second lecture — that Paul was called to build a bridge between
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    • the forces which later emerged chaotically as Sibyllism.
    • souls of the Sibyls — should never be called good or bad in
    • — we could call it a task of bringing the Sibylline forces into
    • emerged so chaotically in the Sibyls were cleansed, so to speak, by
    • (Christ is often called the Bridegroom), the picture had a meaning,
    • to be there, as the saga itself tells us; and now we need to recall
    • on — people may call this sentimental but it is of the deepest
    • Castle empty — nobody was there. He called out for someone —
    • — “he said, a thing was called the Grail.” Now
    • whom he calls Flegetanis and in whom lives a certain knowledge of the
    • revived astrology, sees the thing called the Grail. Then I knew that
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    • called the result of research is given to the soul from out of the
    • dark Host: physically, this is the dark part not reached by the sun's
    • relation to the Christ, then in what the moon does physically an
    • Now let us recall how in accordance with an old
    • us ask: Was Parsifal — as Chrestien de Troyes calls him —
    • the ‘Lord of the Earth’ shines down symbolically in his
    • of soul-life. I want to touch on a manifestation to which I called
    • That is one thing: the other to which I wish to call
    • the Sibylline forces we should now call them. For it cannot be
    • writes in a frame of mind that can truly be called Christ-filled. In
    • one would like to advise those who call themselves materialists or
    • tie them to an earthly calling. Anthroposophy does not seek to
    • achieved. I could quite as well have called it “Concerning the
    • of the latest German edition (1960) call attention to the probability
    • revelation, in the West? Was the sunlight of the Grail called upon to
    • shine above all other gods on Earth, as is symbolically indicated by
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    • matters actually stand in regard to what we call man's Saturn
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • field of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physiology etc., which calls
    • pursued today by the so-called cultural-scientist of a materialistic
    • modern materialistically coloured history.
    • purely physiologically and not clairvoyantly, the only way to do so
    • perception. Whereas what we call karma, personal destiny, or, one
    • of Philosophy are distinguished. I have called the first period “The
    • have called “the World-conception of the Middle Ages”,
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • enticement of creeping parasitically into what men strive for in
    • evolve philosophically but at the same time they are exposed to
    • comes from Spirit itself, philosophically at first, otherwise
    • body etc. The Being which evolves as philosophy (we call it by the
    • becomes that is understood theoretically in Anthroposophy, so that,
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    • If we succeed in fathoming this mystery — I will call it the
    • graphically about what the Earth was before it became Earth, and for
    • for these things, but Mars may be called the great “Talker”
    • certain sense Mars may be called the Agitator in our universe. He is
    • also be called the liberating planets; they give man freedom. On the
    • other hand, Venus, Mercury and the Moon may be called the
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    • life lives in their memory. This is strictly and radically speaking
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    • worlds that are spread out around us. We call the ‘elemental
    • as ‘imaginations.’ Hence we may also call it the
    • are perpetually called forth, in our etheric body, by our life with
    • something that cannot quite be called memory — for it is far
    • and they constitute a goodly portion of what we call our inner life.
    • call forth in us imaginations — conscious or unconscious. We
    • etheric being. Just as our etheric body — what we call our
    • physical, have perceptions of the dead in terms of what we call
    • world also conveys his form to us by the picture which he calls forth
    • referring is far more real than that we commonly call real —
    • for so we may call it. (It is not the name that matters.) With the
    • world-of-soul (let us call it the soul world for the present;
    • lowest corporeality — in that which we are wont to call the
    • can kindle in it that which calls forth imaginations as aforesaid. We
    • have now called the world-of-soul. It is with the beings of the soul
    • call forth. For a short while, at least, he must be so able to
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • which prevail nowadays in the so-called humanistic branches of
    • called to know it, more and more consciously, the farther they evolve
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    • now practically run its course — and a future devoted to the
    • comes out automatically; it is as if the brain itself has lost its
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    • The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead.
    • enable us to explain schematically, as it were, a reality of the
    • within us as a prototype of what we shall possess physically only
    • that we can recall, so we now lead a form of life that is fully
    • now participate in the world's creative work; we call into life what
    • that exclusively and egoistically concern our own being, for all
    • we first approach them physically, and then we gradually become
    • that this small number of human beings is called upon to fulfil
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    • in this moment, as we draw nearer to the souls of the so-called dead,
    • approaches the world in which the so-called dead are — we can
    • the life of the so-called dead.
    • body to the earth. This is an experience, an event, for the so-called
    • simultaneously, i.e. we see it all at one glance. For, what we call
    • knowledge, did we not call attention to such things, now and again.
    • example, calls to life in our souls a force that resembles the
    • that, because he has called forth a particular soul-impression, he
    • because he has called forth this or that soul-impression.
    • nearer — as one might call it — can indeed at times be
    • Beings outside of us. Now, at the moment we begin to call up before
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • capacity, as a dead person — as a so-called dead person —
    • materialistically-minded person that there are also other ways of
    • means of atavistic clairvoyance — as we may call it — to
    • To-day it is possible to prove scientifically, as it
    • scientifically-trained person to-day speaks about such matters, he
    • available to-day — they are generally called psycho-physiology
    • scientific, that feeling and will are not connected with what we call
    • with what we usually call by this name — has nothing whatever
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    • begin, may add somewhat to the knowledge of what we may call the
    • entire picture of our view of the world. I should like to call your
    • is called a ‘homeless man.’ This designation is a
    • briefly say, that a man is called ‘homeless’ when, in his
    • We shall therefore describe what we may call the
    • that just as the present time, that which we call the Mission of the
    • belong, an understanding of what we might call ‘The
    • events as regards their external side can be seen physically, such as
    • the being of man. If we wish to describe man anthroposophically, we
    • therefore that in what we call physical body, etheric body, astral
    • we call Life-spirit or Budhi; and finally, the highest work of man
    • who have studied what we call the researches into the Akashic
    • our earth. What we call the sentient-soul and the intellectual-soul,
    • earth are passing through the condition which we call the
    • next higher beings above ourselves, we call in the terminology of
    • speak, from what those beings do whom to-day we call men. There is
    • thing, and that leads to a division of what we have to-day called the
    • year. It is the so-called group-soul which is connected with the
    • has developed Spirit-self or Manas command what we call the physical
    • we call ‘directing one's etheric and physical bodies from
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    • Now how does what may be called the work of the
    • but not on the so-called melancholic temperament. The etheric aura of
    • temperaments of man, is something they do besides their calling.
    • Beings whom we call Spirits of Form or Powers, who are now two stages
    • on the earth, then that which we call speech could not have arisen on
    • is called the Zeitgeist, or Spirit of the Age. These work so, that
    • thought manifests itself physically from within, just as in the
    • may call the historical rôle of this Indian people. Even in those
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    • etheric bodies into that which is called Life-spirit or Buddhi. Man
    • called human self-consciousness. Nevertheless the ‘ I ’
    • call the sentient-soul. It first works itself out and begins to
    • there is no such thing as the so-called world of impressions, or what
    • call our moral ideals come to us. There would be no moral ideals if
    • still have that which we call our ‘ I ’. To us
    • that which we call the human ‘ I ’, yet
    • of these Folksouls. If we recall all this to mind, we may say, that
    • intermediaries. They are the Beings we call Angels, who are between the
    • their whole soul-nature towards what we call the astral body. For
    • influenced by those whom we call the abnormal* Archangels, the
    • are active in what we call the world. We have spoken of the normal
    • higher still there are the Beings we call Kyriotetes, Dominions or
    • of it the shaping of what we call the human races takes place, which
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    • three other conditions, in the course of which the three so-called
    • Beings whom we call Powers, Exusiai. If we listen to the activity of
    • if I may be allowed to speak somewhat metaphorically I might say,
    • who give what we call our present earthly consciousness, not between
    • the neighborhood of that spot. What we call the black race is
    • connected with what we might call a wrestling-through of the human
    • youth-forces; but that which calls for productive force really
    • forth. At first he is only a being who grows physically. That which
    • physically. Afterwards his development is pressed into his inner
    • the East; but the Central European domain must call to mind its own
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    • sees it, and call it in his ordinary language ‘hard, stony
    • is essentially the same as what we must call the activities of the
    • universal space is essentially what we may call the radiating influx
    • was added that which we call the activity of the Spirits of Form. You
    • which there are the mighty Beings we call the Cherubim. The Seraphim
    • element again is intermingled what we call the Spirits of Wisdom. So
    • To our observation they are concentrated in what we call the rays of
    • these forces of light, which we also call the Spirits of Form, no
    • bring about what we call our human history, the evolution of
    • strong forces are possessed by the exalted Beings we call the Spirits
    • we have what we call Angels, Archangels and Archai who act intimately
    • Nature which we call the strongest, the underground forces of Nature,
    • if we call to mind the nature of the various forces which manifest
    • condition if you observe what is called the human etheric body and if
    • otherwise he could not have had the astral body and that which we call
    • earth were each especially devoted to what we may call one of the
    • Man is called upon first of all to bring about an equilibrium between
    • within. So that man is indeed called to something great upon the
    • inner being becomes the substance of love. That is what we may call
    • existence. We must therefore also call the Spirits of Form (because
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    • the reflections of the Spirits of these hierarchies in what we call
    • be called the cooperation of the abnormal and the normal Spirits of
    • spiritual Beings who in Genesis are called the Elohim, and we can
    • completely upset. He it was Who in the Bible, in Genesis, is called
    • what we call the four fundamental parts of man, are projected and
    • operate by attacking principally that which we call the reflection of
    • whom we may call Venus Beings, in the Malay race, in the yellow
    • being acted upon; on the one side we have that which we call the
    • seven Spirits of Form was called by the Atlanteans the Great Spirit
    • call by the names which we take from the live planets, whereas the
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    • call the Semitic Folk-spirit. His was a very special task. This will
    • be comprehensible to you if you call to mind that in reality this
    • must be called, if we wish to designate it rightly, that which
    • and synthetically devoting itself to the unity; hence, for example,
    • event, that — at a definite moment of time, which practically
    • to those who call themselves Anthroposophists. Whereas over in Asia
    • manner, that which we call the Christian Spirit of the Age, —
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    • Powers, but they were more intimate with the Beings we call the
    • what later on they called the sum-total of all the Spirits of Motion
    • these and called them ‘Mula-Prakriti’, i.e., the
    • Atlantis, were called Vanas.
    • and saw the weaving of the Angels and Archangels, whom they called
    • take place microcosmically in such a way, that out of the human
    • microcosmically have become the twelve brain nerves. He sees the
    • weaving Spirit in what he calls ‘Nebelheim’ or ‘Niflheim’
    • macrocosm and understands when he is told that it is called
    • into the soul of Thor and so on. I wanted to call forth a feeling of
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    • lecture philosophically they might perhaps meet with difficulties,
    • said, if you were to think philosophically about yesterday's
    • will be able to understand it philosophically also, as you will all
    • Ever since the Lemurian epoch those forces we call Luciferic have
    • Matthew? Exoterically these fine distinctions are not noticed at all.
    • preferably called an opponent of the Good and an enemy of the Light.
    • death is karmically connected with what we call the Luciferic
    • wished to state here that what science calls causality is often very
    • could enumerate many so-called scientific truths which contain more
    • could not be more terminologically correct or more to the point, than
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    • Thor. Sif must linguistically be connected with the word Sippe-tribal
    • our earlier lectures we called ‘The Great Spirit,’ you
    • occurrence of Nature, of seeing not only the physically-sensible, but
    • Whether they call it by this name or that, does not signify; what
    • European culture, thus indicating prophetically that he will be able
    • Christ and brings emphatically into notice that there can be no
    • the sixth stage of culture. This has been prophetically expressed in
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    • may be called modern philosophy, modern spiritual research, and that
    • case of such an one was in the seventeenth century, when a man called
    • It has sometimes been said that one might call what we
    • that this Being must be called by the name Buddha, that should
    • as being prophetically germinal in the Slav philosophy and national
    • but to call upon them to work in harmonious co-operation. The better
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    • enigmatically, of the need to recognise and welcome certain beings, “not of the
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • shut into what was called the ‘iron virgin,’ where they were slowly spiked with
    • called the “sixteen paths to corruption.” For just as there are many ways in
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    • something about so-called spiritual science, about the way in which it
    • Zimmermann, whose lectures I heard in my youth, called his chief work
    • intellect which relies upon sense-observation may be called
    • can know may be called “Anthroposophy.”
    • the knowledge which he acquires may be called “Spiritual
    • contemporaries call history a spiritual science, call sociology,
    • out of what is called the “Theosophical Society.” Although
    • called “clairvoyance,” in a superficial way. Neither should
    • the world taken by natural science for what I would call a logic which
    • something lifeless in it. When we think logically, we have images in
    • views, is called the transmigration of souls, but with something which
    • one is put into a hypnotic state or a so-called trance, as certain
    • conditions are called, and speaks out of the subconscious, which is
    • asked — and it is even called an urgent one — what is the
    • practically exercising his religious belief in the fullest, most
    • not of God, when it is asserted that what is called “the
    • prevalent in circles of Anthroposophists — as they are called,
    • symbolically, but there underlies it this fact of our view of the
    • artistically out of the most modern of materials, concrete. The
    • emblematically, if he sees all kinds of symbols in it, he is just a
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    • The leaders of the Mysteries called together those who were in a
    • Mysteries had what might be called an ‘aristocratic’
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    • called a science on the grounds that it is only the concatenation of
    • them but we cannot base on them anything that could be truly called a
    • realistically through the natural means which Michelangelo had
    • still have some immediate feeling of what Goethe called the spirit of
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • comprehended artistically what came to him from an earlier period, he
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • has represented so majestically the creation of the world, the
    • contemplate it aroused the awe of his contemporaries and was called
    • human soul. If we can feel what Goethe called the “spirits of
    • Libyan, we see in them, though transformed, what we must call the
    • called the destiny of the Blessed and the Damned, can be seen in
    • Michelangelo was rooted in what I have called the principle of his
    • then if we remember that what anthroposophy calls the ego and the
    • should select to represent plastically the truth which Spiritual
    • how closely they run parallel with what I once called spiritual
    • physically exhausted, yet with the strength that enabled him to carry
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    • “Modern life” — as we call it —
    • Now this modern life, as we call it, was not always part
    • The first stage can therefore also be called: Eviction
    • and that is why genuine Spiritual Science calls at the very outset
    • In raising subjects which really call for many lectures,
    • has been made to create in this Building an art calling for activity
    • conception. Recall to your minds the shockingly homely simile I used
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    • but theoretically it is difficult to gain a real conviction of the
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • be exercised upon him by anyone, but just by those who are karmically
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    • practically when the human being stands before you, he is that being
    • have before us the Ego, the so-called astral body, the etheric body
    • of great value. You know that many so-called lodges, which have not a
    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • their own Angel whom they call God! It is nothing else, my dear
    • and it is this Angel-being whom they call God. Though they do not
    • mediumistically, something about the great historical aims.
    • mediumistically, but mystically. This is almost palpably evident
    • our days, in the so-called intelligentsia, among the intellectuals;
    • should be felt: That what we call justice or injustice in public life
    • to say this earnestly, so that our whole soul is filled by it, calls
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    • or what we are accustomed to see physically — mountains,
    • unity. — A second element is what we call thinking, our
    • that when the clairvoyant consciousness tried to recall this
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
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    • called the Christ-Experience yet to come. We learnt yesterday
    • all that can properly be called experience of the Christ has fallen
    • these few are probably clear about it theoretically, but as yet there
    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
    • conditions; what we call his astral body is the result of the third
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • The Supersensible Human, Anthroposophically Comprehended,
    • has been scientifically proved. ... When anyone brings forward
    • another character. It calls upon the personal in man; he cannot so
    • nevertheless true to say that ordinary knowledge does not call
    • ”organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
    • received again into civilisation and be called upon to enter once
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
    • A meeting has been called, and we are summoned to attend the meeting,
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • present age was preceded by the so-called fourth post-Atlantean
    • pre-eminently the so-called intellectual soul through external
    • to free what is karmically imprisoned within us, and to let it rise
    • at work in the so-called Jesuitism of the different religions —
    • more and more helpless. And systematically to build up this
    • should learn these things; but we are not called upon to be creative,
    • people who do not wish to go into spiritual science call it warmed-up
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • reproductions of memories, called up by means of yoga breathing, of the
    • schematically. Let this be the yogi (first drawing, white lines). He
    • pain and all kinds of deprivations. It is practically impossible for
    • though, that basically, knowledge and faith have in common the fact that
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • festival. It contains a call to man to lift himself up to the worlds
    • sacred for him — for he ought no longer to call what he has,
    • to spiritual knowledge, it is emphatically not enough to
    • or less automatically, they make the same renunciation in the same
    • cherished by the modern materialistically minded man towards the truth,
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • deeply what I may call the thanks of Anthroposophia itself —
    • in our time are all too numerous, preventing one from calling forth a
    • Nature-processes. We need only call to mind one of the most important
    • by all that which we may call the life of the silicious substance
    • and you have so-called silicon. This substance is included by modern
    • is how very little notice is taken of it. It is practically excluded
    • outwardly as baths. In effect, practically everything that shows
    • including the inner senses — calling forth pains here or there
    • accustomed to call it, silicon plays the greatest imaginable part,
    • less pyramidal forms. The flowers would all be stunted. Practically
    • would provide practically no nourishment. Plant-life in the form in
    • forces which comes not from the Earth but from the so-called
    • investigates practically no more than the mere fact that when it
    • emerges from it chemically, in this process, as oxygen and
    • so-called ascending period of Saturn, or in some other Saturn period.
    • materialistically, the working of all Nature.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • surface of the Earth diagramatically by this line
    • supplementing and modifying the influences of the Sun. The so-called
    • commonly called sand and rock and stone. Sand and rock —
    • Earth what we may call the life-ethereal and the
    • chemically influential elements of the soil. These influences
    • the quantities we need we can reckon practically everywhere on the
    • which I may call the terrestrial or earthly — that process
    • call the warmth above the Earth dead, and that beneath the
    • yellow sunflower — it is not quite rightly so called, it is
    • called so on account of its form; as to its yellowness it should
    • related, as a “diaphragm” (for so we called it in this
    • Earth. But he knows practically nothing of how the light
    • if I may call it so — cosmic qualitative analysis takes place
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • so-called household. The four sisters of nitrogen are those that are
    • laboratory, but he knows practically nothing of their inner
    • help of the photograph we can now call him to mind. We must learn to
    • was so highly esteemed as to be called by a very noble name. They
    • called it the Stone of the Wise — the Philosopher's
    • which we call the Ego of man moves through the blood. And as the
    • diagrammatic) so that we have it before us visibly and graphically.
    • I have sketched it here in green. if you regard it physically, it
    • nitrogen. Nitrogen enables it to work physically. Wherever nitrogen
    • indicated diagrammatically in the green.
    • the action of these so-called substances — which in reality are
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • go on at once to the very minute — the microscopically small,
    • “absolutely scientific” — “scientifically proven”
    • was scientifically proven that a human being of average weight (eleven
    • forces which it contains, and so to call forth in the body
    • in process of decomposition — such earthly matter contains etherically
    • by its special constitution reveals the presence in it of etherically
    • as it is called, prevails. For in “black earth” —
    • all that works organically in the nerves and senses. So it becomes a
    • call it so, you will soon see how great a fertility can result from
    • up the entire human being theoretically from a single finger. No doubt,
    • his stomach without organically furthering his inner life. But the science
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • called the stimulant effects are indeed the most important
    • prophylactically to combat or to arrest any harmful plant diseases.
    • between the silicic acid finely, homoeopathically distributed in the
    • it to behave in the right way in relation to what we call the “phosphoric”
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • gained into plant-growth, and into animal Formations too. Aphoristically
    • called plant diseases. These things can only be studied in concrete
    • detail. Very little can be said in general terms; they must all be specifically
    • show it diagrammatically (Diagram 11). Imagine
    • of the distant planets. Diagrammatically we can draw it thus: it represents
    • so-called, we often find the strongest curative herbs.
    • remains within the limits of the single entity. What we commonly call
    • which have now been scientifically proven in our Biological Institute.
    • prevailing judgment — I will not call it prejudice that all things
    • then by two and then by three people, and now you tell statistically
    • back from the neighbouring field; and so the State must be called in
    • called so in a meaningless way. To attain our end within the plant world
    • to do it even more homoeopathically; you do not need a whole plateful.
    • The so-called
    • into a region where it eventually comes near to the roots. Diagrammatically
    • cosmically-saturated fire, as we have seen in the last example.
    • way has a real expansive power. (I only call it pepper on account of
    • remains for us to consider so-called plant diseases. Properly
    • in a very simple way. You need only call to wind a thoroughly wet winter,
    • every side whatever might be working into it. We call it a “microscope.”
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    • is pursuing — for we may truly call it macrocosmic. Here we can
    • with it, as it were, in a more ethereal way. What I have hypothetically
    • parasitically growing on the tree — brings about in the neighbourhood
    • Diagrammatically,
    • Organically
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • of quartz, what is commonly called combustion in the body is not the
    • as I have often called it. They — the professors — transform,
    • cosmic forces working plastically through the head may find the proper
    • however, other things too can occur. He may be physically strong and
    • calls forth in him — will develop strongly, and it cannot do him
    • eat plant food, these forces are called into activity to lift the plant
    • They must now recall the well-known opera and fix a padlock on their
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • Catholic Mass, we must trace it back historically to the
    • union with the body was called “Communion,” the
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • arranged geometrically, also the eyes, which are focused
    • geometrically. We may therefore say: insofar as man faces
    • sign of Cancer materialistically, naturalistically. But to
    • schematically or superficially, as is so frequently the
    • will not obtain more than the callings represented by
    • honest callings, and although they had already become more
    • pedantically. They will show you that everything I have
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • inwardly, mystically, and with a certain rhythm into all that goes on in the
    • so-called Spiritual Order, an Order which on this very account could
    • way a life that is lived mystically is also in connection with the life going
    • on in the surrounding world, then what is experienced mystically streams into
    • human beings are called upon to penetrate into the secrets of existence, not
    • sound and life and is within this physical body — the so-called ether
    • light, it uses up the light, just as we use up air physically. (You may read
    • where this secret of the ether world is unfolded dramatically.)
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • lived on etherically, and through this continued etheric life many souls were
    • if the path to their goal had been implanted in them automatically. And now
    • see how, in all that is material, live impulses to error. Today Man is called
    • was a moment in evolution when what we today call magnetic and electric
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • Activity called forth many misunderstandings, because people simply
    • have described, is one which I might call morphological thinking, one
    • It must be called forth every time afresh, if it is to be
    • imaginative experience must be recalled, if we wish to have this
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • the whole body and manifest themselves locally when the second teeth
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • knowledge, for the experiences which we gain call for something
    • soul. An external object can be called real, if we should have to
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • investigator should carry out these exercises quite systematically.
    • theoretically.
    • Anthroposophical movement, is called into life, the members may find
    • expression in the world must have an artistic frame and call into
    • Eurhythmy, which is only a beginning, we called into life a human art
    • worlds; they can also lead us to laws which are able to call into
  • Title: Errors in Spiritual Investigation
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    • that was nothing other than something called forth by his abnormal
    • judge the situation correctly, to recognize that what his eye called
    • certain fogginess, a “stupor”, we could call it. One thus
    • here, that which is called losing consciousness, a stupor, cannot be
    • images called into consciousness by his free will, tries to draw
    • others that one is trying directly to intensify one can call human
    • soul life we can distinguish very clearly between so-called fantasy
    • are followed systematically. When we awaken the slumbering
    • life is called anxiety, fear, will be intensified through such a
    • soul-shaking event called the Meeting with the Guardian of the Threshold.
    • experience is called the Meeting with the Guardian of the Threshold
    • materialistically tinged monists have a definite reason for denying
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
    • We can note that a materialistically or monistically minded
    • present when a person is a materialist or a materialistically tinged
    • materialistically minded person in the ordinary
    • something arises that was called in the beginning of our study a
    • more into himself, when he strives through this for what is called
    • dramatically; it is especially telling that this individual, in the
    • humanity). He calls it a belief, because he cannot perceive that what
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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • anthroposophy were to speak along the lines that people nowadays call
    • attracted by this so-called ‘faith’ shut him off from
    • their determination not to go beyond their so-called
    • Insofar as the so-called believers in a simple faith point to the
    • took the liberty, in my books on spiritual science, to call the
    • super-sensible sight, which at this stage we can call an
    • and self-education systematically and fully consciously, not merely
    • This calls
    • that man has two kinds of nerves: the so-called sensory nerves and
    • so-called motor nerves, the will nerves, go out from the nerve
    • The same as with the so-called sensory nerves, the function of which
    • is to convey external perceptions, the only function of the so-called
    • man's being, a super-sensible member that we could actually call the
    • soul. I have called it the astral body in my books, though
    • that it is this ‘soul body,’ if I may call it that, that
    • Inspiration and Intuition, as I call them in the book just
    • middle of the fifteenth century onwards what we can call the
    • call it ‘crazy stuff’, etc., terms used here recently in
    • secrets’, as they call them, instead of keeping these in
    • called anthroposophical spiritual science will follow on
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  • Title: The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year
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    • because if one were not to speak symbolically but in ideas, one
    • certain forest trees remain what is called evergreen through winter.
    • Now let us, to begin with, consider what people call
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • consciousness, for us practically no consciousness at all; while day
    • physically, externally, it is going through no development; then the
    • the sentient body — of the so-called astral body.
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • endeavoured to do this in the course of our studies. To call up a few
    • which is called ‘The World of
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • What we call the spirit of the age,
    • forth such negligent thinking. It just proves that what is called
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • — the so-called system of nerves and senses. By means of
    • create what we call European Art. The Greek strove for all that makes
    • inheres, then, in what I will call the thinking system. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • called a dim remembrance of what the soul had once
    • future. — Thus He who was called Christ was also
    • Earth. After death you can be part of Osiris and call him
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • can see what anthroposophic Spiritual Science — as it is called
    • materialistically-minded age to grasp, namely: that just since
    • infinitely significant warning signs are nothing but a call to
    • “astral body” — or whatever you like to call it. It
    • age. Now for the materialistically-minded man of to-day that is the
    • able to survey it prophetically, but that is not the point. If you
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • really given empirically in immediate human experience, and that
    • not call ourselves fully human if we did not think that motive was
    • what we call the Divine in the world order. But for a modern man who
    • earth as such will succumb to what is called ‘the heat
    • connections could say to himself: What is called up in such an
    • the feeling life is psychically connected, as is the thinking life
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • morality are practically separate spheres in the life of soul. It is
    • juxtaposition of morality and intellectuality was prophetically
    • breastplate. The symbol for morality was called Urim, the
    • with the Christ Impulse passes into Kamaloka and is called to account
    • the cosmic Being we call the Christ.
    • The Oriental occult teachings call this Bodhisattva the
    • and Buddhas has no relation as such to the cosmic Being we call Christ;
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • call a ‘psychological fidget’ — that is to say, a
    • when they are called upon to make some decision, they never know what
    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
    • that you have to attend, and not write mechanically, as in the past.
    • ‘culture of the will’, as we may call it, is notably important.
    • out in this way systematically, and every such restraint will
    • is a right principle in education, for you could easily call forth an
    • objections to practically everything you do! Truth to tell, you are
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • myself to call “the scientific spirit”, has, in many
    • approach the anthroposophical line of research somewhat sceptically,
    • which in ordinary life may be called difficult but which are
    • which is usually called geometry and, at least in those parts of it
    • constituted that its three dimensions, as they are called, stand at
    • led Kant to call space an a priori intuition (eine
    • dimension of space — standing vertically, so to speak, upon the
    • to right, from right to left. One need only recall that we have our
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • focus this so-called “depth-dimension” as we try to gauge it.
    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • formed geometrically within space; we feel thereby that we are on
    • am here describing is the ascent to so-called “imaginative
    • logically, mathematically, algebraically, these things can be carried
    • is called modern or synthetic geometry.” You see, when one
    • natural laws as valid only if they can be formulated mathematically.
    • “studied” by systematically modifying the respiratory
    • process; in other words, by developing what was later called Yoga
    • remains a kind of deposit, little understood now, in what were called
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • the various branches of art, craftsmen would have been called in to
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • stage — should speak also through the artistically plastic
    • “space”, as we say — the human form plastically.
    • — we apply it, of course, geometrically, using, in the first
    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • and form constellations (as they are called). And so on. If you
    • advances to what I called, yesterday and the day before,
    • working plastically on the forms upon its surface.
    • have been calling “Imagination”. In this the cosmos, not
    • called the “etheric body”. (A better name is “body
    • the whole cosmos: formed plastically from without by “planes of
    • all adapted, dynamically and statically, to the earth, and to the way
    • we must regard as knowledge, not only what is called such in an intellectual
    • if I were to speak platonically, I should have to call an expression
    • plastically formed from the fertilised ovum in the mother's body
    • only illustrating an idea, working novellistically. If one is forming
    • work plastically from within outwards. This is very interesting.
    • only a matter of being able to experience artistically in one's soul
    • viewed theoretically. One cannot construct the sculptor's space by
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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • demand. It was by a deliberate calling forth of fear, followed by an
    • radically! But from such a radical characterisation of things we can
    • hypothetically before you. And he would say: “With you, since
    • emphatically between the men of the East and those of the West,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • soul; and later we are able to call up again pictures of what we have
    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • be ill, pathologically ill, if like the atheistic materialist one is
    • words, to an affirmation of what we may call the Father God.
    • not end by gathering up all the natural laws in what is called the
    • the Father — but it calls the Father “Christ,”
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • in calling ourselves Christians. It must not be that we make a
    • what we must call the “inner word.” In the words that we
    • receive life. They would together become the so-called flesh colour,
    • own account. All our so-called education and culture has been
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    • what we may call esoteric knowledge.
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • must be recalled that in ancient times human beings were aware of
    • is practically no documentary evidence and which must be reached
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • — as far as Europe is concerned — in what we call
    • what was meant by medieval scholastic Realism. It was not called
    • the case — it was called Realism because it considered man's
    • they called themselves Realists.
    • called these abstractions a reality, because they were the result of
    • person standing before us, who is somehow called “Smith”,
    • something concerning a person called Miller; you are only told that
    • certain extent, that our bodies are ill. All atheists are physically
    • of resurrection — to understand it practically, as an experience.
    • of man on earth. When Anthroposophy studies Nature it calls the
    • people call it “spirit”. Materialism at least is honest,
    • and calls the matter “matter”, whereas, in the other
    • materialistically.
    • call them by all kinds of spiritual names. The essential point is to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • fifth epoch of culture is called upon to bring into human
    • such a natural initiation, as one might call it, is contained in a
    • cosmically like opposite poles in relation to the soul-life of man living
    • in the cosmos, the festival of St. John was called upon to pour into
    • what we call Kamaloka, also what we designate as the Soul-World, and
    • finally what we call the Spirit-land. The Norwegian legend relates
    • before investigating anything historically, one should take for
    • become more intensive. It calls for an understanding of spiritually
    • of an hour late (he had gone to the so-called Canteen, to fetch
    • so-called dead; it is essential that mankind should become more and
    • populations called in the Varangians and said to them: “We have
    • which may be called talent without any productive force. These
    • they are productive, this is an illusion. They are called upon to
    • call out to the West: We have a beautiful country, but no order,
    • is called upon to bring to the East the productiveness of the Spirit.
    • the West, the so-called, “Barefooted”
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    • written a Critique of Theoretical Reason, of Pure Reason, as he calls
    • Metaphorically speaking, (yet it is not entirely metaphorical, but
    • which would later on become law was foretold prophetically.
    • Nietzsche called them — I have dealt with them in my book
    • Evolution which has arisen from the so-called Darwinism. If he
    • are handled. What we may call the method of investigation, this is
    • Let us take hypothetically
    • who systematically, knowingly, refuse to lead man towards the
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • behind the world of sense. One has but to recall how
    • point of European talents — specifically European
    • specifically European. But among these Europeans there are
    • there is no possibility, politically, of realising this idea
    • about it, what is “Nation?” Practically just a
    • a copy, and he wrote to me: “The book ought not to be called
    • but it would not have been bad to have called it “Ethical
    • were calling for the thing that is discussed in that
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • today for those who call themselves civilised mankind.
    • for what can truly be called self-knowledge!
    • Initiation, as we may call it, was eventually brought about.
    • which was physically there around him. There was an immense
    • called the five senses — in the occult sense. For in
    • great Ocean, as it has always been called.
    • physically about him. And anon the woman is there again at
    • they call her a kinswoman of Urania. Out in the
    • down, and what we call spiritual today is altogether bound to
    • rightly placed in the season when the darkness is physically
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • we draw the human head diagrammatically we can say: As the
    • Naturally this is expressed diagrammatically and not in the
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • here how the head is cosmically connected with the external
    • is formed rhythmically out of the Cosmos. Thus the human
    • cosmic, the yearly course of the Earth is cosmically
    • the earthly and an earthly nature cosmically influenced. Were
    • times been called by a word that might be rendered as
    • olden days has been called ‘beauty’. So we see
    • connected with repeated earth-lives. Because physically he is
    • calls for energy and thoroughness and therefore has against
    • well to call their Building the ‘Goetheanum’. But to
    • thing after another. Spiritual Science calls for decisions
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • sense must be pained by displays of so-called Christmas
    • dawn of what was called the Yuletide Festival. This mood was
    • approach of the season we now call spring was felt by them
    • also be aware that through the mighty Impulse which we call
    • artistically that hardly more than the intellectual meaning
    • are called for. A revitalisation of man's inner life is
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
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    • called “Eternity.”
    • from these flowing pictures, our present so-called intellectual
    • admit, hypothetically at all events, some of the truths investigated
    • symbolically described as “sitting under the Bodhi tree.”
    • which cannot merely be called, in the Buddhistic sense, a descent
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • diseases and so-called psychical or mental diseases. The concrete
    • — where there are so many deviations from the so-called normal
    • scientific or medical dilettantism — most emphatically not. But
    • for prophylactic hygiene. The doctor will not only be called in to
    • Then there are so-called
    • to show in every detail how all so-called mental and psychical
    • enlargements and contractions of the organs in man. A so-called
    • time before the moment when the defect becomes organically
    • Spiritual Science to be afraid of showing how so-called mental or
    • deviation from the so-called “normal life of soul”
    • must be emphasised by Spiritual Science that the root of so-called
    • instead of further specialisation, life is calling out for the
    • culture to deal with those who are suffering from so-called mental
    • grips with these so-called mental and psychical diseases by the kinds
    • all-essential, Spiritual knowledge recognises that so-called mental
    • predispose the human being to so-called epidemic diseases. Men and
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • that which man forms and creates in this activity — we may call
    • figuratively in the least: — the human being is plastically
    • current of the breath. He consciously calls into activity this second
    • into the head which is directly called into activity when, as in
    • consonantal nature, which is plastically shaped and formed in
    • of cells which we can investigate chemically and find the substances
    • And if we conceive the whole twelve consonants, cosmically
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    • What we to-day call “Nature” appeared before men as an
    • stars — He Whom a later age called “Christ” and an
    • inasmuch as the mystery was revealed in the so-called Gnosis by the
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    • even the light is conceived of electrically, as has been done in a
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    • be completely external? You will recall the analogy I used: I said
    • the primal Father, the so-called Stillness, or primal Spirit. These
    • indeed call it progress from the Gnosis to Clemens of Alexandria.
    • right way. This is what is so important, so radically
    • be called ‘Jesuits.’” Please note that it was not I
    • symbolically, with Adam cast out of paradise; his being is other than
    • etherically, as a totality of ether bodies infected by Lucifer. Those
    • infancy — before that time we can recall later on — we work
    • play shows us symbolically. This is sorely needed in our age, when
    • called “The Book of the Great Logos according to the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • those who try to grapple with such questions philosophically, shall we
    • people, who imagine they are not materialistically minded — though
    • other hand the processes which are called forth by the physical world
    • body — the fact that we are built symmetrically —
    • were diagramatically. There it
    • can you imagine graphically what your soul is in its inner being, its
    • the one dimension in which he grows. Artistically we do already make
    • you would never be able to feel a being, unsymmetrically
    • cannot relate it symmetrically to another side. It can only relate it
    • other animals which are not symmetrically built, which have no real
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • so-called “Cambrian” layer of our earth's development and
    • their rock-material which consists mainly of what is called granite
    • he calls the granite:
    • Neptunists, as it was called. One of the principal supporters of the
    • from our human point of view we call perfect today, we come to ever
    • call “fatigue.” It is, in essence, a kind of destructive
    • point of view of spiritual science one must practically reverse the
    • should logically lead to the following reflection – When the
    • conscientiously and, methodically as any other science, is considered
    • our time, and which a well-known contemporary geologist has called
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • ordinary life we call feeling, qualities of the heart, and so on.
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • These thoughts have gone on automatically; they were once imprinted
    • into the body, and the body has gone on automatically in its
    • — everything that one sees. We call it the tapestry of the
    • senses. I will draw it diagrammatically as follows: Here we
    • somewhere else, these atoms call up the impression of colour, sound,
    • then two Privates, O., O., and then still another Private called X,
    • that we cannot understand it by means of purely mathematically
    • think how it would be if you wanted to live logically in the present!
    • systematically from one concept to the next. Now place yourselves in
    • actual event. Is the following event logically connected with it? Can
    • you logically deduce this event from the preceding one? When you
    • diagrammatically indicated here by the eye I have drawn on the
    • the conversation. Try to recall a conversation of this kind which has
    • such as that which is called forth by thinking, — and to learn
    • and a condition which is diametrically opposed to desire. We can say:
    • there is a poem belonging to the old German culture called
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    • that it can, so to say, act practically. It is particularly
    • that current of theosophical life we call our own, we do not make
    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
    • said in the course of years concerning the Individuality we call
    • we all Christ: you call another by His Name, and we must reserve the
    • of detraction — although an unconscious one, when we are called
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • so-called register of the Akashic Record. We know that what has once
    • innermost core of our being meets us in what we call our Ego. This
    • regarding the soul, so-called official psychologies which no longer
    • necessary to call up an impression of the feeling aroused by
    • world directly through his own impressions. This is what we call the
    • Beings — indeed those Beings, called in our terminology,
    • all the possibilities and diversities of what we call a feeling of
    • Whom we call the Spirits of Will, come the Beings of other
    • in the least similar to our environment. What we call the element of
    • a good one, — the so-called ‘Old Schwegler,’
    • have expressly called this a good book) it is only an example by
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • conditions of the evolution of our world. I have already called
    • When, therefore, something is said to call up a picture before our
    • substance dense enough to be called gas, nothing but heat and
    • For this ‘heat’ or ‘fire’ as it is called in
    • brought to birth that which we call time: though I have already
    • called attention to the fact that ‘brought to birth’ is a
    • beautiful experience that can be called forth in our souls, the
    • contemplation of active practical devotion may call forth the
    • insight. But we must imagine what is here called self-surrender as
    • the feeling of one enraptured by what we call
    • the Universe. Just as we have called the Thrones ‘The great
    • Spirits of Wisdom on the Sun, the Spirits we call Archangels or
    • beginning — this feeling is something that can call up inns a
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • lectures an endeavour was made to call attention to the fact that
    • that behind all that we may call flowing air or flowing gas, there is
    • something very far away, which we have called ‘the virtue of
    • flowing air. Thus what is perceived externally, physically, is in
    • with what in ordinary life is called ‘asceticism,’
    • development. At this juncture let us once again call to mind the
    • possess what we call freewill, freedom of choice. We must therefore
    • Now what we call the
    • must therefore complete the picture we called up before our minds in
    • these intrinsically Spiritual cloud-formations is seen to take place
    • between what in the last lecture we called the ‘outer’
    • we may call a division of the whole Sun-substance, a divergence. If
    • continues the renunciation of the sacrifice; all that we have called
    • evolution it is the case that the gods themselves called their
    • not look for the origin of evil in the so-called ‘evil’
    • ‘Am I not able to call forth a whole multitude of angels if I
    • called forth their opponents by the renunciation they made. And we
    • such a great cosmic moment; and when we recall the words: ‘He
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • have learnt to perceive in water what might be called resignation. It
    • must understand by this is symbolically expressed in the world's
    • recall the words of the poet: ‘He alone who longing knows,
    • trickling in, and which has its origin in what may be called:
    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • have called ‘Bestowing Virtue,’ which is radiated forth
    • of what we call the ‘arising’ of pictures of the other
    • empty-Souled, empty of everything not to be called longing. But the
    • Movement call up new pictures. When these have been there for
    • presently that the earth is to be called the ‘Planet of
    • Moon-existence may be called the ‘Planet of
    • consciousness. Hence a situation must arise which artistically
    • perceived. Hence Achilles is called ‘her’ Achilles. What
    • outside in the world which has been dryly called the forces of our
    • day may serve to remind us how tragically and stormily that which
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • that we call Maya or the great illusion, there is the Spiritual. Let
    • senses and our physically limited view.
    • this assertion; but what is the manner of these proofs? Logically
    • impossible logically to prove by the existence of one class of
    • communicated to a person, which although it may be true, he must call
    • rejection of the sacrifice offered by Cain, which symbolically
    • clear idea of what this implies, if we think symbolically of the more
    • arise in the lower Beings. This again can be symbolically expressed.
    • estrangement of what we must call the contents of the sacrifice takes
    • feelings of such Beings, you will have an idea of what may be called:
    • have within them something, which, speaking symbolically, could only
    • symbolically — of the rejected incense, of the rejected
    • spiritual characteristic of what we call the fourth element in the
    • be in the spiritual world may be called death. Thus something is cut
    • But on the other hand as regards the Being whom we call the
    • speak of the incision into life that we call ‘death.’ Man
    • which we call death, nothing but transformation, metamorphosis.
    • contradicted historically! This cannot be dealt with like other
    • such and such a position, then He whom they call the Christ must have
    • scientifically, what is correctly calculated, and what is actual
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • we may call to mind again and again when we give deep and
    • the moon are all around us. When we are physically asleep we
    • the ancient Egyptians called ‘iron necessity’.
    • legend, the fairy-tale, or call it what you will, which
    • produced by ‘scholars’ — as the world calls
    • hypothetically — the churches were to succeed in
    • will get smashed after that. Why do people call this
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • many people call the realm of science today; it provides the
    • elements — let us call them the astral physical body
    • At most we shall get to be — excuse me calling a spade
    • pessimistically; instead they should give us the inner
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • the science of the spirit is called the physical plane. And
    • materialistically have the illusion that perfection can be
    • other illusions, and particularly and characteristically the
    • inclination to think materialistically. However much people
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • a name, let us call them the 'elemental spirits of birth and
    • were able to have the idea, theoretically and on the basis of experiments,
    • depending on their inner nature. Please call this to mind again.
    • will recall my descriptions of what happened in the Atlantean
    • how many things there are which call for the right attitude
    • find there a strange cry — I think we may call it such
    • our civilization that they are still calling this kind of
    • characteristic that a woman, Ricarda Huch, is calling for the
    • call it what you will, which is absolutely awash with
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • may also call geniuses, see more deeply into the spiritual
    • they could now walk around like Nietzsche's followers who called
    • science called eugenetics was established in London.
    • everything which came from the individual called Jesus could
    • it was dogmatically stated that the human being consisted
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • imagine. No, this thought-substance is actually what we call
    • thought corpses which we call our thoughts and ideas. This is
    • transformed by earth; let us call it ‘a’. But
    • the human being — let us call it ‘b’ and to
    • organs which are normally called the organs of his lower
    • a well-known historical figure, had a friend called
    • took his inspiration from a nymph called Egeria in certain
    • call the study of history today. We need to consider
    • in. And he would immediately call this an illusion. Things
    • would call them ideas on the political state. His discussions
    • one can do is hint at the event which Saint-Martin calls
    • overcome, which calls for the clear insights of which I have
    • them. It is specifically in the field of education and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • post-Atlantean age, and it lay open specifically for the
    • characteristically under the influence of these powers but
    • relates specifically to what I am going to say now.
    • the more you try and present something realistically for just
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • most limited concepts, with practically no content, are
    • way of achieving ‘permanent peace’, as they call
    • do not know what to call him, the Swabian scholar or the
    • a brilliant little book. He called it a
    • is such today that it is practically true. If you take the
    • consider the West, and specifically the Anglo-American West,
    • point of view — or ideal, as people also like to call
    • own ideal system — calling it by different names, such
    • deliberately calling it ‘Wilsonianism’ because I
    • something which you could simply call
    • cannot even do Mr Wilson the honour of calling his tirades
    • things in an abstract sense but above all of calling for a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • have gained some material, as we may call it, by way of
    • with a peak was reached in what we may call a way of grasping
    • called a battle which the spirits who are followers of the
    • call Michael fought with certain ahrimanic powers. Please
    • always call on an image which humanity has known throughout
    • life-forms which the medical profession now calls bacilli.
    • brought about by bacilli, those microscopically small enemies
    • laws of nature. Anyone who does not accept them is called an
    • hypothetically, Soloviev were alive today and had known this
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • beings, and this is specifically the case in the epoch in
    • systematically.
    • earlier times.’ You will recall all the things people tend to
    • half of the nineteenth century, ‘the Press’, as we call it
    • mass of people to know nothing of radically new developments
    • called the devil then, and it was shown how the devil
    • thinking, as it is called today, is not really done by
    • provide systematically for this. It will be poison in the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • specifically into the evolution of the human intellect and
    • called, was a special feature of the eighteenth century.
    • Later in life they can then recall these things from memory
    • recall things they were told in childhood, and then be able
    • are able to live with themselves in such a way as to recall
    • be recalled later on in life may be offered something from
    • two kinds of currents and we may call them Sun currents and
    • will be able to recall stories which were told out of an
    • outwardly, historically or in the sacraments. It, too, can
    • not act from outside, magically, but only in so far as it
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • rise to counter-aims of, let us call them ‘good
    • symbolically described in the expulsion from Paradise. In
    • they would physically descend from others. In this way they
    • specifically during epochs which were to recapitulate the
    • have arisen in modern science; one of these I have called
    • gradually acquiring traits which recall the old Indian
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • they will speak of what they call dreams, though this was
    • dream,’ the other person will call them idiots. This,
    • today. The things which now happen sporadically in one place
    • mentally and psychologically abnormal; this individual went
    • of souls able to perceive the call are as yet far from
    • through everything I have called a social carcinoma in the
    • Characteristically, someone like Oswald Marbach only found
    • entry into communities then called Masonic or the like,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • everything we read about in so-called history happened
    • from the human realm. You will recall something of which I
    • twenty-sixth year, and so on. You will recall that I referred
    • saying has so far been known instinctively and atavistically
    • social democracy does not compare, historically speaking,
    • history’, as it is called, where a thread is followed
    • can only be called such if one has repeated instances which
    • say: ‘The man called so and so is doing this, and the
    • one called so and so is doing that.’ Delaisi has found
    • will hear aspects called significant in these lectures which
    • them mentioned at all. The things we do must be radically and
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • lectures about this point in time. But basically the whole human
    • graphically, one could say: The human being developed in such a way
    • itself to be at the limits of its knowledge. And it is basically one
    • Basically it is a moral issue, because what must be opposed is
    • extraterrestrial being. And that is identical with what we can call
    • greatest pride today is evident in those who strive for a so-called
    • wants to settle for a mystical reveling that basically is an
    • that only our opponents, who mean to tell untruths, can still call
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • to enter pre-earthly existence. Man's pre-existence was declared dogmatically
    • to form the human being artistically. The expression that Plato used
    • so-called “V” Vischer (because he spelt his name with a
    • of the human being, anatomically and physiologically, to reach, by
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • which cause outer Nature to bud and blossom call forth the
    • post-Atlantean epoch. But attention has also been called to another
    • leaves in spirals around the stalk. The stalk grows vertically and
    • What we call
    • prefer to ignore them. But it is a duty and a necessity to call
    • organically connected with our whole Movement.
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • its spiritual essence; also of what may be called anthroposophical
    • built up out of small — they are called ‘elementary
    • materialistically crude way, with everything that Fechner wanted to
    • something basically took place that must be experienced by every soul
    • astronomy, geology, or mineralogy — basically speaks about the
    • of the earth's crust and were then transformed chemically in
    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • condition of body and soul. In sleep, body and soul are chemically
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • physically, is only a part of the soul-spiritual entities who
    • 1804 Sydenham Edward discovered the unusual plant called the Venus
    • in something that calls forth an effect after a certain time.
    • specific times of the day; for example, Hemerocallis fulva,
    • the expression of the features of our earth. Thus what we call our
    • recall how I have indicated that there are plants in the earthly
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    • radically it differs from all that our own time, for example,
    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • significant cosmic transgression — if we may call it so
    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • — In antiquity there were certain persons, so-called
    • constellations, and to describe the so-called
    • above — even where they are not radically expressed
    • openly. Not so what we to-day call Chemistry, Physics and
    • Science was in its swaddling-clothes; there was practically
    • what we may call physical science? The reason is deeply
    • too easily have become what is called ‘black
    • people, not only the so-called educated people), —
    • mechanically, the whole world over. Once more, I am not
    • nonsense, and call it Woodrow Wilson. Not only what I have
    • evolution of mankind is calling out to be recognized in its
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    • significant way. Christmas is a so-called immovable Feast,
    • that which we may call the intellect of the Earth is most
    • celestial Festival. Materialistically minded people, as I
    • may he. Thus, even this mobility of Easter calls our
    • ordinary life; he wanted it radically expunged from our
    • in that which we may call Goetheanism. I simply wanted to
    • culture, so-called — even in the 19th century the
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    • the profane world calls the Sacred Fire; ‘Sacred
    • Sacred Fire (or, as we might also call it, the Sacred
    • associated with the constellations, Hence we may truly call
    • Asia, especially among the so-called Iranian peoples and
    • on, Man bears microcosmically within him the several regions
    • ancient astronomers (or you may call them astrologers, if you
    • and talents” — those who call themselves official
    • stand side by side in the so-called civilisation of our time.
    • such things, we can learn that evolution, so-called, is by no
    • the opportunity — the so-called official
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • measure in which it is moulded plastically and acquires (if I may
    • when we rise up to spheres which are generally called the spheres
    • theoretically, though they leave us inwardly cold, these should
    • idealistically, and the other more materialistically in
    • methodically it can hardly be denied that if we wish to study
    • those who follow man's development darwinistically, with a
    • though people may call him a materialist when he describes the
    • that it deals just as strictly and scientifically with the
    • spine set vertically to the surface of the earth and his head
    • artistically in the spirit.
    • changes, insofar as it is scientifically justified today. We thus
    • scientifically-minded men, have grown accustomed to consider as
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • were called “mantras”; these were not uttered in
    • mathematically. We speak of the exact sciences.
    • painted artistically, so can anyone take up the truth of
    • the physical sun. Through the sun that appears to us physically,
    • penetrate through the moon that appears to us physically, to
    • permeated psychically with passions, impulses and instincts,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • meetings are, and how amateurishly and unscientifically such
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps called upon to judge
    • undoubtedly exist and are critically described in books, so that
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • things can be viewed critically, if another, undoubtedly possible
    • more or less materialistically) eliminates the cause of
    • somehow mix up things fantastically, but that our memory pictures
    • and withdrawn from the world of reality. Symbolically one might
    • This calls for
    • by taking in hand systematically that which otherwise takes place
    • perceives consciously and methodically.
    • we can look upon such abnormal observations critically, and such
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • conceal the fact that this Christmas above all calls for other
    • Christianity consists in their calling out “Lord,
    • more connected with it, also geographically and historically, and
    • men the trees did not exist as prosaically as they do for us: In
    • reality. We live by calling that which permeates us inwardly,
    • faces us historically from Golgotha's place of skulls.
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    • schematically, I would therefore have to say: If this is the
    • schematically, the direction of his perceptions goes from the
    • schematically we might say: As far as our daytime consciousness
    • these things are only viewed technically and placed at the
    • vertically, in a direct way, not through holes. What thus comes
    • prophetically into the future. He casts a gaze into the
    • the spiritual. Logically, its point of issue will have to be
    • he elaborated artistically in his literary works.
    • chemically, physically or physiologically. This would only rouse
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • preserving our own independent existence after death calls for
    • deprive him of freedom; it may call forth inner necessities, but
    • in short, into everything which, symbolically speaking, lies
    • dissolves into fog and mist and theoretically we already find
    • also in history — it shines physically outside, and
    • so-called Christian theologians again and again put together
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • Greek gained what we now call an intellectual world conception,
    • paradoxically, we may say that modern man likes thoughts which
    • grasped theoretically, through the intellect. It would be too
    • he did not say — and this may be proved philologically
    • call it the Greek school of the intellect, or Greek art, or Greek
    • divine essence transcending the physical world. Modern man called
    • to set forth the divine in man artistically, out of the
    • different spheres of life, calls for an entirely different way of
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • call to mind the decree ringing forth from the depths of the Mystery
    • We recall how, in the whole earth, over which war, suffering and
    • of the Cross, that Cross that grows out of the Luciferically tainted
    • again to our birth along the path we call Kamaloka in order to meet
    • remains connected with those forces which we call our own in the
    • spiritual world. There the Ego remains; it remains practically in the
    • remained from olden times a number of so-called Paradise Plays which
    • called a holy life. And thus a feeling prevailed that a certain moral
    • holiness on a performance which could not at first have been called
    • Ernst Haeckel has recently appeared called Thoughts about Life,
    • called the little children who may enter the kingdom of heaven. We do
    • symbolically) moments when, in spite of everything we may be in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • our calendar, in which the day before Christmas Eve is called the day
    • tree of the Cross, of that Cross which grows out of the Luciferically
    • take the path that we call Kamaloca backward again to our birth in
    • those forces we call ours in the spiritual world. The
    • of these so-called Paradise Plays have remained, which were
    • attempts by the priests to present these things dramatically were
    • out over a reception that initially could not have been called
    • that he is nothing but what the outer, materialistically conceived
    • basically very simple to express this thought? Yes, it is. Indeed,
    • at which we are called the “little children who are able to
    • Though one could call him a world-denier, his contemporaries called
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    • must always draw from the source which we may call Illumination,
    • grow stronger and stronger, we can descend mystically into the
    • called the “Great Aura,” for it is all-embracing.
    • Zarathustra called that which lies behind the physical
    • While the Indians searched mystically in the inner self to find
    • in the feeling it called forth in
    • re-create this idea nowadays. Zarathustra calls this
    • is symbolically represented as the serpent biting its own tail; into
    • was later called the Zodiac. This is the expression of the spiritual
    • and thirty-one. These subordinate powers are called Izerads or
    • are not really active in the physical world as such. They are called
    • as so far densified in man that they are physically manifest.
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    • only retained atavistically as a waning heritage, in the picture
    • was called by the name of HERMES. And when in later times a man came
    • (according to the custom of Egyptian sages) called himself
    • revived the primeval wisdom of the old Hermes, called this first
    • (It was of course, only the Greeks who called him Hermes; among the
    • dead man feels that in the spiritual world he may himself be called
    • his own nature, were practically the same as occur at death but they
    • exoterically to the people in the form of legends. Those who were
    • the so-called barbaric civilisations must be regarded as the outcome
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    • looks like this (drawing) — but something which is commonly called
    • called. The silkworm spins the silk according to the light, so when you
    • what is known as ether — what I called ether-body in referring to
    • have a woman called Annie who has a mother called Maria. Now Maria gave
    • genius. You can read about it in the little book called “Genius
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    • after our experience of what one might call loneliness — for so it
    • called in my book,
    • appears as an inner experience when after ten years you call it up. It
    • calling the sum of world forces and world thoughts the Logos. That is
    • feeling — particularly if he is artistically inclined — that
    • and the future of human existence, in art we call up into the present
    • organisation — we call up into the present what unites us to the
    • art. As an instance of this let us recall the Samothracean Mysteries
    • pitchers, but pitchers, it is true, shaped plastically and in accordance
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
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    • themselves. We have again and again to call attention to the fact that
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    • soul life, which are more difficult to understand. When he calls
    • we not find that which we call higher human spiritual activity,
    • what we call morality in an imperfect condition already in
    • earth-period, which the geologists have called the Laurentine,
    • practically during the whole of the Miocene period; in the
    • in external nature, into the region which Topinard calls the
    • would have to be called the Creator of the Soul.” Thus
    • the scientific tendency begins to develop logically arrive of
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • For no one would be able to call the life of an organism
    • Redi called forth such a storm of passion that he only just
    • called forth at that time a storm of anger. Those who feel
    • from its birth onwards. The cause of death is the calling to
    • necessarily called forth. Remembrance rests, namely, on a
    • confusion of perception with idea. Both must be emphatically
    • before the time of the Ego-perception can not be called forth
    • developed which calls forth, in pictures and symbols which
    • which is really called forth. For that, however, one thing is
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • The first is what we call Earth — that is,
    • everything which today may be called a solid body iron,
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • those personalities who honestly and energetically strove
    • quite scientifically that there are not only one, but
    • in Weimar and is called as advisor to the grand Duke —
    • perseverance, one takes to what is called meditation and
    • him growing. The same spirit whom he first called and of whom
    • realize it in his anger poured out over those who have called
    • Spiritual investigator calls: “In your nothing I hope
    • The teaching of reincarnation we see artistically and
    • practically interspersed in the second part of Faust. One
    • Euphorion who has descended and calls from out of the depths:
    • child calling to our soul as its Mother.
    • in few words — paradigmatically — that which offers the key to all the world
    • expressed by Goethe paradigmatically and monumentally in
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • souls — we really have before us that which may be called
    • which in the full sense of the word we may call Anthroposophy,
    • — scenes which were especially called forth by St. Luke's
    • new principle, wherein men do not call forth joking and
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • imagination, we are called upon to span is wide indeed. It is
    • in the intellectual life of their time. I would call to mind
    • been called forth by the sight of the dome of St. Peter's in
    • mankind to conceive mathematically and mechanically such an
    • For he always emphatically affirmed that “the human
    • the theories of that Physical Science which is to-day called
    • called attention to this and had to submit to being called a
    • Giordano Bruno says philosophically: — It is worthy
    • I would call
    • humbly and mathematically.
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    • ’seventies or ’eighties or earlier, the so-called
    • atomistic theory, was untenable. It may even be called a
    • in Lubeck, in place of the atomistic theory, the so-called
    • to support this so-called theory of attraction, because one
    • usually called attraction is attributed to the impacts of
    • which is called matter is merely a human conception, which
    • all that we might call the outer, physical, or perhaps the
    • more striking tendencies, — as we might call them
    • important to notice. This might be called the school of the
    • order to call up a picture of that real, primeval man, all
    • a school of thought in Vienna, the so-called Freud school;
    • everywhere, even theoretically speaking, that the mass of
    • is the so-called pragmatism, which affirms that, in
    • honesty and sincerity, comprehensively and energetically, the
    • that all learning imperatively calls for the theosophical
    • correspond to those beings ordinarily called spirits, or to
    • recall the time when old Karl Rosenkranz, the Hegel scholar,
    • of those thinkers who can best stimulate us theosophically. A
    • by those spiritual Powers whom we call the Masters of Wisdom
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • objectively, with its logically produced foundations. One may
    • standpoint, held fanatically, contains the Truth. One might
    • who can think well and logically, can also correctly judge
    • merely recall the heliocentric system of Nicholas Copernicus,
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • life as is contained in man's calling or vocation and in all
    • aspects of our life's destiny by the word ‘calling’ or
    • We ought not to confuse what we may describe as man's calling
    • one which we may call the ‘Karma of vocation.’ We are
    • were it not for the prevalence of what is called ‘public
    • Then as to the so-called ‘animal slime at the bottom of the
    • as they call it, he is like a man who wants to know what kind of
    • Psycho-Analysis, so called, gives ample opportunity to observe
    • calling, work and occupation depends on 2 and 3 and on their
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    • so-called ‘black magic,’ to acquire the black-magical qualities
    • you would call them — not so much for his real clarity
    • whatever they call these official posts — he was
    • afternoon the secretary had to call on her — to sound her,
    • realistically, how he comes to commit suicide.
    • an extraordinary way — demonically, one might say.
    • along the corridor, he hears the name of the convict called. It
    • you, as it were symbolically, what is the point. Suppose this
    • and more needful, to study the world symptomatically, that is
    • be able to see things symptomatically. In the study of Karma
    • ancient institutions, certain brotherhoods which call
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • practical life, even in his calling or profession.
    • Karma impels him to some particular calling. While we are
    • speaking of this question, no calling need be thought
    • callings, a recognition of simple and straightforward
    • speak of the choice of callings, will also tell us of the
    • that so frequently arise as to the future calling of a young
    • physiognomically as it were, in the gestures and in the whole
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • calling, the human being believes — and others around him
    • former calling. But in the following period the impulses no
    • life to our new calling.
    • choose the right callings for our children; but that we
    • so we called it, choosing a comprehensive and, as it were,
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • furiously between the so-called ‘esotericists’ and the
    • so-called ‘progressive’ occultists. It was the reactionarists
    • who in this connection called themselves the esotericists.
    • themselves — called themselves ‘esotericists.’ They
    • — practically since Blavatsky was born, since her
    • occultism they considered harmless for the so-called Western
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    • an Angel. For instance, what is called God in modern
    • Archai (or Spirits of Personality as we have called them),
    • Beings whom we call Archangels. Their mission is to bring about
    • as the spirit of their own particular age. You need only call
    • of the first calls on every one who finds his way into
    • Some person is a member of one of those societies which call
    • ordinary life was called the ‘word’ (which in this case
    • placed by his calling or vocation. To do so, we must first
    • universal nowadays — what I would call negative
    • ‘Sun-and-Planet movement.’ He called it the
    • who call themselves officially His representatives look
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • the present world events the call to a renovation of many an
    • old conception, a call to a new revelation of the spirit. It
    • century. Let us recall today, as we desire to enter deeply into
    • work in the world Luciferically. unless they are
    • Christmas conception, and call attention to the fact that
    • works otherwise Luciferically in man's physical existence. This
    • Now, my dear friends, that which we may call the Christ impulse
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • all know, these letters represent the names of the so-called
    • the innermost self — which we can call self-surrender
    • called forth from the earth all the budding and sprouting life,
    • peace, of human brotherhood, connected cosmically and humanly
    • called The Mysteries. Goethe has clearly indicated a
    • Christ principle he felt called upon to develop the Self more
    • eyes observe only physically, whose senses experience only the
    • Rose-Cross which calls upon man to purify and raise himself
    • And if thou feelst the call, O friend, prevail!
    • When he approaches what is called in esoteric Christianity the
    • outer world and not egotistically shutting itself away from it.
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • the implications of this will be best understood if you recall that
    • at a certain stage of mystic or occult development one is called a
    • understanding for what we might call “the self-knowledge of the
    • physically, may also have invisible, super-sensible members will be
    • stage above Man were called in Christian esoteric terminology,
    • called the Spirits of Personality or Archai underwent their human
    • Beings who are able to compass what is called ‘directing the
    • what are called the “Folk Spirits”, the directing Folk
    • side by side, we can then imagine, at least theoretically — and
    • their starting-point, they are therefore called “Spirits of
    • who issue their commands to the Folk Spirits are also called Spirits
    • epochs following upon the Atlantean catastrophe which we call the
    • inspired by them. You will readily perceive at least theoretically at
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • cloud-like formation that we call the etheric aura of that particular
    • rooted in his affective life, but not upon the so-called melancholic
    • quite realistically the etheric body of the human being embedded in
    • you recall what we spoke of yesterday — and you will find a
    • those Beings whom we call Spirits of Form or Powers, who are now two
    • such a way that these organs could manifest physically as speech.
    • the Earth-existence represent what is called the Zeitgeist, the
    • inevitably take on a quite definite pattern. You will recall that on
    • are the Spirits whom we called the ‘Thought Spirits’, who
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • will recall how man's ‘I’, his highest member,
    • the soul-life of this Archangelic Being may possess what we call
    • human beings call the Intellectual or Mind Soul. Think of these
    • and psychically empty. He feels them as warm or cold respectively,
    • such intermediaries exist. They are the Beings we call Angels and
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • in the course of which the three so-called members or vehicles of
    • will call to mind all the Beings who worked together during those
    • provided by the Spirits of Form, the Beings whom we call Powers or
    • you recall the teachings of Spiritual Science on the subject of the
    • forces of youth. But that which calls for creative energy requires a
    • when his spiritual life matures. He first develops physically. The
    • expand physically. Later, when growth is completed, these physical
    • call to mind its own creative activity as it existed before the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • member. You will recall that we placed man on the lowest rung of the
    • Air is an illusion behind which stand the mighty Beings we call
    • what we called the Spirits of Wisdom. When therefore we look inward
    • forces of light, which we call the Spirits of Form, no organs with
    • the foundation of what we call the history of mankind, the evolution
    • those exalted Beings whom we call the Spirits of Will, who fashion
    • simplest way to conceive of it is to call to mind the nature of the
    • discord. Man is called upon first of all to strike a balance between
    • therefore is called to high destiny on Earth to bring about from
    • and this is what one may call the really creative, the inwardly
    • this is the appropriate moment to call attention to it — it is
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • in Genesis are called the Elohim. In the whole Universe which
    • It was the Spirit who in the Bible, in Genesis, is called Jahve or
    • old Atlantis specific Mystery Centres called the Atlantean Oracles
    • specifically directed from the original centre; this is indicated by
    • transferring their point of attack principally to what we call the
    • Form whom we may call Venus Beings work through the respiratory and
    • And this cooperative activity was called by the Atlanteans the Great
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • Nation Spirit, a Time Spirit whom we must call the Semitic Nation
    • are the Semitic peoples. It is natural to them, and if you recall
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • the Beings we call Spirits of Movement or Mights and those above them
    • they called the sum-total of the Spirits of Movement and of the
    • and called them “Mula-prakriti”, the sum-total of the
    • memory they recalled this experience quite distinctly. The creation
    • Graeco-Latin peoples recalled something which they had gone through
    • Atlantis, were called the Vanir. After Atlantis men saw the weaving
    • of the Angels and Archangels whom they called the Aesir. They were
    • recall in retrospect how the souls of men had been ‘in-formed’
    • cranial nerves. He sees the weaving spirit in what he calls Nebelheim
    • physically the twelve cranial nerves. He sees how the forces that
    • understands when he is told that they are called Muspelheim. Thus,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • reflect upon that lecture philosophically. For those who wish to
    • apparent contradiction will resolve itself at once if you recall that
    • Mark and that of St. Matthew? Exoterically these fine distinctions
    • are karmically connected with the Luciferic influence. To
    • so-called scientific truths which contain more Ahrimanic influence, a
    • that clear, particularly to Nordic man, by calling our attention to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • the spouse of Thor. Sif is related linguistically to the word Sippe,
    • directly related to what in our earlier lectures we called the “Great
    • at that time encircled the Atlantean continent. Now you will recall
    • culture with great devotion, thus looking forward prophetically to
    • civilization. This had been prophetically expressed in Solovieff's
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • lectures which I was able to give here will recall that once upon a
    • be able to be seen etherically from the perspective of the physical
    • called Sabbatai Zevi of Smyrna announced that he was the new Messiah.
    • called upon to interpret from the signs of the times what is to come
    • Science is not to promote antagonism between them, but to call upon
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    • actions of everyday life. Then what we call profane life will became
    • we may call Anthroposophy or Spiritual Science, it was a discussion
    • the times make it equally clear that what we call modern science,
    • sympathetically just because of our own personal preferences for this
    • made. If you know this book, you know how impressively it calls
    • that ancient clairvoyance. He looked up to that goddess called
    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • ‘chastity’ — as today we abstractly call it —
    • like a spiritual conscience which as yet calls to us from the unknown
    • imperfection in the present. We are not called upon to compete with
    • the call to unite their knowledge and experience with what we here
    • I need only call your
    • are not aiming at what people call art today; what we want is that in
    • stage, if dramatic truth calls for it. Dramatic truth is the
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    • you feel that this civilisation calls for a continual sacrifice. Thus
    • to a representative of human soul-forces whom we may call Tantalus.
    • call attention now and again to such deeply significant features. It
    • — it is better to call it subconscious rather than
    • transformed into the faculty of clairvoyance.’ (We may call
    • subject to other forces, forces to which I called attention
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • which called forth these images, but the astral body would not have
    • brings to the point of vision, to perception, the images called forth
    • activity of the ether body. Thus what we may call the key and what we
    • may call the threads which connect the single images of our
    • what we may call the recurrence of the vision of St. Paul. In the
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    • Consequently what we today call a wonder, a miracle, did not bear its
    • today we should call it a miracle if we were to perceive an event in
    • of the harmonising of two streams of culture which I may call the
    • this we must start with man himself, who so emphatically demands not
    • in our microcosm call forth the outward rainbow from the bosom of the
    • human being and try to learn something of the forces which call forth
    • in us thoughts, ideas — the forces which call forth all that
    • constitutes what we call the astral body. In this way, having the
    • When we are speaking microcosmically they are the forces in us which
    • our lasting emotions. Macrocosmically speaking they are forces more
    • Microcosmically speaking we have to look upon the physical body as
    • which call forth the will-impulse — the whole world of will
    • occultist calls the self-knowledge of the physical body through the
    • because it consists basically in being filled through and through
    • shaded vertically. Now consider this vertically shaded pentagon
    • this small downward-pointing pentagon to the area of this vertically
    • called the baby, and which is the least developed of the human
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    • I gave a short time ago in Copenhagen. It is called
    • call super-human, Beings not accessible to human sense-perception,
    • find those who in eastern mysticism are called Dhyani, in Christian
    • teachers of India, who are called the Holy Rishis. The Holy Rishis
    • which we can call materialistic culture and materialistic science.
    • between them, and so long as we fanatically uphold one or the other
    • in Spiritual Science we call Jupiter. That is the essence of the
    • Golgotha would be lost if, after that event, He whom we rightly call
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    • which are also called laws. Try then to imagine to yourself a real
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
    • come about specifically upon Earth. We know of course that man first
    • first clairvoyant, we see what we have called Persephone, then we can
    • gods. Hence he ascribed what he bore within him to what were called
    • microcosmically from within man, constitute the ancient clairvoyant
    • and called them Dionysos Zagreus, the elder Dionysos. But the Greek
    • been handed down historically to later times is intellectual
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • microcosmically in us.
    • dryas-dust way call the spread of intellectual civilisation, the old
    • Greek mythology called the journeys of the younger Dionysos, who
    • which is called the tradition of history or something equally
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    • today was quite unknown to the ancient Greek. If we call to mind what
    • Greek has concealed what we might call the inherent contradiction of
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • regard as the youngest — or better call it ‘the ego-
    • study him physically, with purely physical instruments, if we do not
    • to the physically based powers of physical knowledge, the physical
    • symbolically, and yet with all the seriousness which the reality
    • demands. Half symbolically ... yes, but this pictorial approach has
    • Half symbolically
    • procession of Dionysos, which I have called a march of civilisation,
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    • everything which had to do with the upper gods exoterically, by means
    • epistemologically and scientifically substantiated in the strictest
    • all the thoughts which I have indicated diagrammatically by these
    • the microcosm, upon man, he called this element — coming from
    • one reaches what one might call the genius of language. In one of the
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • this is something of deep significance. What Capesius calls
    • unhappiness, Benedictus is obliged to call happiness.
    • need only recall that a great number of wise sayings are attributed
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    • with what we can call the challenges or ordeals of the soul. What
    • Let us call to mind
    • ‘You have wickedness upon your soul’, calls for a high
    • — forces with the capacity to call forth physical forms, but
    • began, what we call the physical was not there in a physical, but
    • part of the human brain called the pineal gland. They continuously
    • making ancient Saturn or Cronos, as the Greeks called him, the
    • soul-existence. What have we so far usually called the gods who are
    • of theirs we have called them Luciferic beings, and henceforth we
    • were also called the gods of the underworld, gods in whose nature
    • continued to live only in what we call the etheric elements, first
    • elements. Side by side with the Mystery of Golgotha which we call the
    • to humanity in mirrored form. And this reflected form was called by
    • to say, seen aforetime, prophetically — prefigured until the
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    • physical forces, a purely etheric form. A physically solid man such
    • specifically upon the group-souls of the animals and through the
    • framework of the feather, what one may call its quill or spine, is of
    • physically, the archetypal Phantom which today only appears in
    • eagle has, such as birds in general have. If you recall the
    • coming from what I called yesterday the upper gods, the gods who were
    • provisionally we might say, had co-operated in what is called
    • esoterically the eagle-stream. It was a communication, an
    • organically the place where through the instrument of the blood the
    • wonders of the world. It is the very essence of what we must call the
    • enable it to face all that we have called the world-wonders—the
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    • appeals to the understanding, one which we can call scientific. But
    • For when the man of today looks back from the method which he calls
    • scientific to the Greek way of explaining the world and calls it
    • explanation of the world, an explanation which is generally called
    • diagrammatically it is like this. The old clairvoyance, even the
    • directed against what we may call dissolution into nothing, or
    • course of recent lectures we have called the sub-earthly, the true
    • called the atomic universe, we at once feel the void; for those
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    • in a whole organism. We may here recall an utterance once made by Goethe
    • of Raphael. Grimm speaks of the picture called “The Marriage of
    • but we can at least call up before the mind's eye one of the more widely
    • not theoretically, or in an abstract sense, but with the whole soul
    • poured into it a power able to reemerge in what we call the “life
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
    • that it was swayed by the so-called “fire of Christendom.”
    • connection to quote one of the so-called “Golden sayings”
    • things, — this is what is expressed in the picture so often called
    • permeated by what had been brought about by the so-called “education
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    • extraordinary was taking place. The owner of the horse called in strangers,
    • had to be explained as materialistically as possible. That an influence
    • is entirely realistic. Herr von Osten then called in animal experts. These
    • whole earth. The earth is not that undifferentiated body theoretically
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    • From the general human standpoint we know how plastically the figures
    • as having conquered the so-called family of the Niebelungen, as having
    • how characteristically do we encounter the Trinity in the three —
    • can grasp. Ilmarinen, whom one often calls the Smith, the clever, artistic
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • the growth of humanity that what we call man to-day has gradually developed
    • — thinks scientifically or otherwise, how he uses his intellect
    • which thinks in me, feels in me. Man felt as if entirely subjected physically
    • go back far beyond that which one at present calls the period of human
    • — to call forth the clairvoyant condition by means of spiritual
    • ordinary body like a vessel. In spiritual science it is called the etheric
    • we call it the spiritual (or consciousness) soul, because only through
    • also learn to know the life of the soul in that which we have called
    • we call the astral body — please do not take offence at this expression,
    • to a creative being who ultimately calls forth the sentient soul, in
    • Sampo which had remained concealed. We see symbolically in a wonderful
    • that which I had been able to represent more or less theoretically in
    • and that which is only symbolically expressed in such an instrument
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    • organs, as we may call them. Compared with the sense-world, this
    • us recall how in many of our
    • stand majestically before him, revealing in picture-form the
    • sulphur-process. It is not only the physically visible glow-worms
    • majestically beautiful sight, for it is in glorious astral light that
    • shall understand how this impulse points symbolically to
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    • to show schematically what the Earth is like in this respect we shall
    • spherically. We can see this inner tendency everywhere. And because
    • we can say schematically: The woman becomes Moon so that she can take
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    • which yesterday I called the flea-standpoint. The metamorphoses of
    • beings strive with all their might to call down an astral rain, as it
    • to permeate their astral nature with the etheric, and to call forth
    • Goetheanum and plastically in the wood-carving of the Group.
    • is to be inwardly in accord with cosmic truth — does not call
    • call for a Mystery Play, showing man taught by Raphael to see how far
    • a truly living, artistically religious form. They would indeed be
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    • — one might say the sleeping — being which calls forth
    • — disturbing shapes, I might almost call them — which
    • Uriel has the effect of imparting to mankind what I might call the
    • into a picture of the Earth-Mother (blue). Whether she is called
    • truly represents should not be placed dogmatically before the soul,
    • the like. And if the true Imagination of these things is to be called
    • in the light, who calls up in us a powerful impression of the triune,
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    • before you the four cosmic Imaginations which can be called up
    • clairvoyance; to-day this is sometimes treated historically, but
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • man stands within the cosmos in — I might almost call it
    • called combustion.
    • us recall the last picture: how at St.
    • what they ought to do. It calls upon them, if they understand it rightly,
    • being of spirit, soul and body, these forces work magically in him.
    • golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • are always being renewed. Today they are found among so-called
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
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    • elementary education, the branch of knowledge commonly called
    • caused their souls to turn to the Being called Christ. It will
    • were on the so-called Index of the Roman Catholic Church. That
    • And if he can call upon a certain power of clairvoyance, this
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • matter we shall have to call up from deep down in our souls,
    • be called the Substance of the all-prevailing Love. They felt
    • into the soul of him who is called Peter in the other Gospels,
    • with what is called in the New Testament the coming, or the
    • Mystery of Golgotha with Him whom we call the Christ. And they
    • so-called Fifth Gospel. And at the end of this first
    • attributed to it now. I do not say — most emphatically I
    • judge the pass to which things have come in what calls itself
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
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    • who are generally called the Apostles of Christ Jesus
    • so-called Feast of Pentecost, this does not in any way imply
    • so-called Persian or Mithraic Mysteries. In these Mysteries
    • spiritual experience attained, first of all, the rank called
    • symbolically a “Raven.” Then he became a
    • dwelling-place — for so we may truly call it — was
    • before I speak of this suffering, I must call your attention to
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture IV
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    • flow backwards; and thirdly he called upon a voice from heaven
    • he does call upon the Bath-Kol ... it stands written that the
    • us, let him not call upon the Bath-Kol but upon what the human
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture V
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    • called out gruffly: Hillel, come out, I have something to ask
    • after a few minutes the man was back again and called out
    • house as if mechanically and to make his way to John the
    • Then Lucifer made a second attack but called Ahriman to his
    • other Gospels call the publicans and the sinners for it was
    • “Adyar Theosophy” as it is called and they talk
    • if we are physically separated in space and in time,
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • the first breath. This can be called the awakening in the spiritual
    • Hierarchies. Just as a human being physically entering the physical
    • movement. They carry their standards before us, and call to us
    • enriched in this way, and to achieve a wider horizon, we can call the
    • made by our ego. Fundamentally, a wise man cannot judge egoistically;
    • brain. The brain is not the most perfect organ, but we can still call
    • call him a Philistine. [The German and the English
    • virtue can be called — though it is difficult to describe it
    • the seed. This virtue can be called Temperance. [The
    • (Tr.)] One shade of it can be called ‘Moderation.’
    • call Wisdom a virtue, which belongs to man as a spiritual being,
    • which enters human life again so radically as learning to walk and
    • often call themselves Monists today manage their Monism very simply.
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    • repetition of what you all know already. Philosophically
    • like to call them. Let me begin with these paradoxes.
    • of nature. We need only recall those now outmoded branches of
    • up into natural laws, as they are called. Admittedly, to do so
    • Since it is methodologically excluded, thinking is also
    • theoretically at freedom, the scientific attitude must be
    • tradition, leads the psychologically perceptive observer
    • no longer realize how much of what has emerged historically in
    • then does one see what a great service the so-called
    • myself metaphorically: in ordinary consciousness, what we do is
    • to combine our thoughts logically and thus make use of thinking
    • process; if we are more spiritually and idealistically
    • scientifically in every detail, but I have time only for
    • us call this way of looking “modern exact
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    • fantastically chaotic dream world not attuned to reality, our
    • many words to explain scientifically how these enigmas creep
    • so that we cannot see how it can penetrate dynamically the life
    • basically incapable of saying anything about the problems of
    • discover something about what are usually called mental
    • something scientifically unavoidable.
    • people today. I would call it intellectual modesty. There must
    • intellectual modesty. I call it intellectual modesty because
    • so-called normal consciousness is eccentric or
    • seriously, patiently and energetically, and by repeating them
    • have previously called dead and abstract thinking, becomes
    • there must be able to enter, from our will, what one might call
    • so call it without arrogance. He always remains capable of
    • at the same time take their places organically within the human
    • what in our earthly existence we call our inner life, so that
    • earthly existence. Now, what we call the eternity of the human
    • so look — or when we investigate scientifically the laws
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • come more and more to be what I would call symptomatological.
    • inner experiences, what is historically symptomatic is
    • simply call up the experience from our recollection. What we
    • demands above all what may be called “presence of
    • automatically to bring us to spiritual vision, but can only
    • what I am now expounding historically.) What we call thinking
    • — will discover quite empirically that the Greeks
    • inheritance and education, and develop what we call scientific
    • these concepts strictly from what we call artistic experience
    • and what we call religious experience. It is a fundamental
    • call a qualitatively mathematical way, what cannot be
    • fact operate artistically at a certain level, so that they only
    • man — what I will call an ethereal man; he experienced
    • they were called: grammar, rhetoric, dialectic, arithmetic,
    • represented plastically, but in the religious mysteries it is
    • what was Goethe's great longing when, with what I would call
    • him a longing that can only be understood historically: the
    • Spinoza he had found divine power represented philosophically.
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    • symbolically by saying that light comes from the East.
    • data, that is analytically, but emerged from an inwardly
    • called his science was shot through with love, it led him out
    • scientifically, artistically and religiously, there flows much
    • of his soul, when he has only called up from his memory a
    • world. What is usually called matter then ceases to have the
    • outlook diametrically opposed to that which long ruled the
    • discussed philosophically, the “ideology” will
    • to reach an understanding of these two diametrically opposed
    • them and not just add them together mechanically, one that will
    • currents meet. We are called upon today to understand this
    • recall that, at a time when the physical and sensuous world,
    • he who is called the Buddha encountered in his wanderings the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • notions that more philosophically inclined minds derive
    • popular way I could also present quite scientifically. But we
    • senses, the intellect and the logical faculty) must call a halt
    • We must be mentally, physically and spiritually healthy in this
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • he is looking at it only physiologically or anatomically, from
    • There now appears in us what we can call knowledge of man as a
    • self-knowledge of ordinary introspection, as it is called, but
    • of transposing what is in our soul anthropomorphically into the
    • produces theoretically by extending its observations from the
    • illustrate my point. The so-called Kant-Laplace theory, now of
    • in the so-called heat-death, of which present-day science
    • it is called? This is the origin of the wide gulf that yawns in
    • an exact vision is called for, one suited to modern man, to
    • the material its coarseness as I would call it.
    • must be capable of developing truths that specifically do not
    • anthropomorphically, by going out into the universe with our
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • mathematically formulated laws; to comprehend something so
    • politically coloured. Yet this absence of unanimity obscures
    • in an age that is specifically educated to intellectualism
    • philosophy I am here advancing is specifically intended not to
    • sense-organ, similar to what I have called a
    • to puberty — in which it is called upon no longer to
    • certain dryness of feeling and yet call forth, for all its
    • advanced technologically. You need only look at a
    • what social life should be were then called upon to do
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • psychologically perceptive observer cannot help noticing,
    • the Englishman, from his standpoint, calls “academic
    • these have developed historically in East and West, just as
    • in the East exists side by side with what is specifically
    • that is to be interpreted physically and spiritually. As I have
    • everything astrological was basically a product of the decline
    • very diluted form, metaphorically speaking; so that,
    • swallowed up by this legal current, as I would call it. A
    • social structures have emerged. We need only recall the trade
    • together in space, and call for our understanding today, for
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • West, looked at historically, there stands a figure who still
    • When, some years ago, I was often called upon to lecture to
    • here to complain, pedantically or otherwise, about human
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • it is still not enough to talk to people technically, in this
    • call them. But they are! If you can only find the right
    • as they are called, and the leaders. It is possible today to
    • members of my audiences, arrived at the view that is called
    • atavistically, many of the feelings that developed under
    • called upon to expound a philosophy of life.
    • were prophetically, looking into the future — regard as a
    • indefinite concepts that we call drives or instincts.
    • must ignore these spectres that we call instinctive
    • philosophy of life in the form of an anthroposophically
    • rhythmically repeating concepts, and we know how the influence
    • find once more a way of speaking philosophically out of a
    • can look inside man physically; but what is really
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • development. My book was intended not as a call
    • realistically, as it has been observed here in the last
    • realistically the influence of spiritual life on social
    • of the nineteenth century, of what we may call the search
    • find what is the law for men. They called this “the law
    • studied historically. You must look, they said, at man's
    • looking solely at what has exercised mankind historically, we
    • attitude. Anyone, then, who wishes to write theoretically about
    • third thing that presents itself to people today and calls for
    • important people — I do not say this ironically —
    • especially that we must look for what I have been calling
    • the one-sided phase we call theocracy, and similarly, later on,
    • it goes through the one we call the state. When it does so, the
    • historically legitimate for modern states, at the time when
    • associations, as we have called them. Only by viewing life in
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • following ones own blood and nerve paths was still called in accord
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • here was called Pythic clairvoyance, so the clairvoyance of which I
    • etheric body during sleep, was called: prophetic clairvoyance.
    • is then reached. For considered physiologically, we really die, because
    • we come to what we can call: the clairvoyance of spiritual
    • which might be called: blood and nerve imaginations, still exists in
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • of existence was lost. It may be added parenthetically that people
    • through following ones own blood and nerve paths was still called,
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • called Pythic clairvoyance, so the clairvoyance of which I have
    • physical and etheric body during sleep, was called
    • physiologically, we really die because we are capable of developing
    • we come to what we can call the Clairvoyance of Spiritual
    • called blood and nerve Imaginations, still exists in many. Many
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    • one can also call it the “spiritually-coloured
    • recall certain thoughts of St. Augustine because, as you will
    • safe from attack. That may not be theoretically refuted
    • that cosmologically, behind all the processes of birth
    • And so one could, I might say, symbolically utter a deep secret
    • scientifically-thinking men. What we think and feel in our
    • Of course I cannot put before you even diagrammatically the
    • first abstractly and philosophically for a bridge between the
    • will simply put aphoristically, without giving the foundations
    • threefold division is Theology, Metaphysics, and what he calls
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • called upon to be active in human evolution. Taken in a higher
    • years previously had been called upon to deal with the human
    • is called upon to participate says that the theory which he had
    • heroes in Western Europe called for Liberty. Those now battling
    • in Eastern Europe call for bread. It is simply two sides of the
    • human beings took up impulses for which they should be calling
    • today. The ones who today call for liberty and equality—I
    • namely if we get the soul who is calling for equality back into
    • all of Russia. In the fall of 1905 the socialistically organized
    • workers called for a general strike and, with the participation
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    • Then there arose what one might call the ecclesiastic
    • express more or less inartistically. This is particularly
    • call the spiritual scientific conception of the world. This
    • were not repressed by the so- called brutal culture of the
    • so-called philosophy naturally allows such spirits only a
    • must remember, such a man naturally calls the nearest spirit he
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • Society at Jena by a very important Botanist of the day called
    • idea had no significance for external, so-called objective nature.
    • in order finally to erect genetically from the materials of all
    • spiritual phenomena, which he calls the proto-phenomena, as he
    • calls the proto-plant the proto-phenomenon of the vegetable world.
    • more materialistically coloured philosophy emphasizing the
    • towards what is called knowledge as it is with different painters,
    • understanding which we must call a modern understanding. He
    • after to-morrow we shall consider it esoterically.
    • story, for I cannot talk about it unless we recall the important
    • between them is significant. The Snake calls herself a relative of
    • call themselves relations of the Snake in a vertical line. They ask
    • proceed historically, if we consider that it arose in the middle of
    • cleanse and purify them and make them correspond with what we call
    • which in ancient times was called the ‘initiation into higher
    • exoterically, and purely historically.
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    • idea-conception and as if he who, as it were, feels himself called
    • aspiration. The principle contained in this was always called the
    • in human soul-life, in his last book called
    • categorically that knowledge is produced only through the
    • ideas has always been called the ‘purification’ of the
    • speak of purification or catharsis, as it was called in the old
    • feelings is called in all esoteric doctrine
    • has been called
    • chaotically mixed, that stage of knowledge is represented which does
    • they flow chaotically and intermingled in him, as long as they are
    • that the Old Man at the critical moment calls upon the
    • self-surrender. That really is a secret, even if it is called an
    • healthily and practically, as, for instance, in religion,
    • united he calls the Beautiful Lily. You notice this Lily is to be
    • through thought, feeling and will, he is united with what is called
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    • from his earliest youth, having worked energetically from the
    • from the beginning of 1770 that he had what may be called the Faust
    • came into touch with what one can call alchemistic, mystical and
    • growth of the earth: ‘From chaos to that which is called the
    • the lowest step they studied what they called physical knowledge,
    • called theosophy, magic and the occult, came very near to being
    • Bruno, Galileo, Copernicus and others. Such times are called
    • dramatically as a man fallen away from the old traditions of
    • a man of the world and calls himself a
    • We see how he seizes on the old book — Goethe called it the
    •  Their golden urns reciprocally lending,
    • pain, ‘However artistically these characters are drawn,
    • One power we call Lucifer. He lays hold of man in a more inward
    • true form, was called Mephistopheles. This figure was called in
    • this Power, also called the ‘old
    • felt in himself the discord caused by what we may call the
    • It was in what we may call the tragedy of Gretchen that Goethe
    • call forth a further rise. He strives for this through the
    • acquisition of all accomplishments and virtues which call for
    • recalled to memory the spirit of the earth. When he had previously
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture IV
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    • which is aware of the spiritual experience which we may call
    • would that they would cease to call these things realistic. The
    • called it ‘Ahura Mazdao,’ ‘The great
    • and real beings corresponding to what one ordinarily calls
    • physical world. What men call their understanding, by which they
    • why this is if we look at what are sometimes called the
    • resound with what we have called in the spiritual sense, the music
    • of the supernatural world, which you find called the
    • quite realistically what he himself had experienced; and this he did.
    • poetically masterly way. It is not a case of marvelling at the
    • embodied in a physical form — this we call
    • ‘soul’ around the spirit, and often called by us the
    • represents the idea of re-incarnation cryptically — as
    • mixes into these spiritual experiences. Faust is what one calls a
    • there sounds from the depths a remarkable call. He is now like a
    • spiritual world, and it is as if it were to call out to the
    • ‘Hill-folk,’ he calls them. The powers behind the
    • ‘Still call from beyond
    • experiences. Goethe depicts realistically what he knows to be
    • spiritual world, he can express it in diametrically opposite views.
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • throughout the whole of the time that we call history. True, in
    • us first call to mind our own soul-life. I will take an example
    • different experience. What we call ‘will’ was quite unknown to
    • him. We judge quite wrongly when we believe that what we call
    • works in me. Even when a rude person called some one's
    • the need for it is returning it is due to what I can only call
    • for the head can call up again everything that has connection
    • ‘moo,’ he did not simply call her ‘moo,’
    • us now call to mind the point of time in human evolution when
    • rhythmic repetitions in order to call it up again.
    • rise of Greece. For that which may be called the
    • memorial; but when he came thither again he had to recall the
    • experience. Yet it was not he who recalled it to himself; the
    • memorial, the very Earth, recalled it to him. As the head is
    • Gospels contain a passage that recalls this kind of memory,
    • surrounded by memorials which recalled to them what they had
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    • evolution (we are now speaking of what may rightly be called
    • we to-day call our physical environment, was the lowest portion
    • dream-picture of a flaring fire. He hears the call of ‘Fire!’
    • It was another mankind that could call Asia the last or lowest
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • human evolution the so-called Atlantean catastrophe which
    • to recall these ancient epochs. In my
    • I have as my spirit and soul, — we, of course, call it
    • this experience of twofold-ness. He did not call his physical
    • and his etheric body ‘I.’ He called ‘I’ only his soul and
    • a certain town in Asia Minor — it is called
    • [Called Erech in the Bible
    • social conditions of the time. The Epic calls him Gilgamesh. We
    • Epic is called Erech, dissensions arose in the city. At first
    • another personality — the Epic of Gilgamesh calls him
    • clairaudience and what we may call clair-cognition. Thus we
    • conquest and of the rhythmically-directed memory, and in the
    • may call a kind of synthetic Mystery. That is to say, in this
    • attached himself to Gilgamesh and who is called Eabani in the
    • personality who is called Gilgamesh in the Epic had, however,
    • is nearly the same as we now call Burgenland, a district much
    • High Priest of the Mystery is called
    • matter, but that everything is spiritual and the so-called
    • what we call earthly. Men felt they belonged to the Earth. They
    • epoch gone through what I may call a widely-extended cosmic
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    • called Gilgamesh in the famous Epic and the other Eabani. I
    • the Hibernian initiation. For when one says theoretically in
    • into the woods, saying prosaically: Here is grass, and here are
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • more are these Wise Men or Priests in a position to call forth
    • — and you will by this imagination call up again in your
    • must know that even in the so-called Akashic Records, it is by
    • pictures of the Oriental Mysteries and to call them forth out
    • was wresting its way out of what we may call divine
    • of this event, let us call to mind the following. We must
    • East and to Ephesus, a knowledge which we may also call a
    • this knowledge was called up again in the intercourse
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • we might call them — of the Mysteries.
    • [Flavius Claudius Julianus, called the Apostate
    • when, as we say, he bethinks himself, what can he call to mind?
    • He can call to mind something that he himself experienced in
    • After the time of cosmic memory came what I have called the
    • we may call it a kind of soul-world in time. This is the world
    • not readily call any period a period of transition, for in
    • end of the seventies, did there come, as it were, a new call to
    • believe that all of you have felt an impulse that calls you to
    • physically burning Goetheanum shall arise for us a spiritually
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • under the heading of what the chemist calls the elements.
    • whatever you choose to call it; it develops further and the new
    • those forces which we call the ethereal forces, the forces
    • chemically recognisable in it, the albumen is in fact subject
    • anything about its own constitution. The so-called normal
    • process of Nature. If you have what is called a normal healthy
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • ritual at the very time when it was taking place physically
    • physically present in the environment of the physical body.
    • member of the human being, which we call the astral body. And
    • to you in these lectures, and the statue called to him in the
    • words flowed on into the plastically moulded forms. And above
    • us then, my dear friends, recall at this time and write deeper
    • standing, this demand and this call could in this moment be
    • renewed. It is no longer standing. The same call can, however,
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • beings have resulted in knowledge calling for great
    • it is historically incumbent upon the whole of mankind to
    • with what I have called the seed of great and essential
    • grow up from about the age of six to basically the end of his
    • however, to call attention to the position in which human
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    • Goethe's works, and from that deduces logically, as it were,
    • what may now be called Goethean, he will not find what gave
    • occasion to call the Dornach Building the
    • this Goetheanum was first called “Johannesbau” by
    • What is won in this way cannot really be called the possession
    • experienced symbolically in dreams in many ways.
    • certain force is required when we wish to call up a
    • have minutely described what I might call the technique of such
    • may be described as follows: When we call to mind only
    • of our birth. This tableau is intrinsically different
    • world. For example, in recollections we call to mind how we met
    • object, to express it philosophically. This is not the case when,
    • with strengthened thinking, one enters into what I may call the
    • This consists in bringing about in the soul what I might call
    • as we can call them forth, by our own activity. In other words,
    • might call the inner silence of the soul — for we must
    • want to call attention to a few details. Suppose that in this
    • the earth-life etherically before you, as by magic. This inner
    • the world, where the world is etherically united with one's own
    • already described, I have called attention to the necessity of
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    • diagrammatically, the sleeping condition is well-known to you. That
    • which we call the astral body and Ego separate from the physical
    • poetically altered, as seen under the influence of that delusion of
    • conceived juridistically, but theocratically. It was a copy. The
    • individual Gods, — the Christians called them Angels —
    • structure, was radically obliterated by Industrialism. Therefore
    • usually called the “maximum of human happiness.”
    • devilish sentence — they call it devilish because, so say
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    • in himself and in nature both what we call growth and what we
    • call destruction, or perhaps dissolution. And he
    • the so-called nothingness of the physical world.
    • initiation gives us concerning man's so-called evolution
    • with what in earth-evolution should call up the fullest
    • have also called attention to how in more ancient times, when
    • diagrammatically the sprouting, budding life of our nervous
    • call forth in yourself a process of destruction, You are,
    • the earth. We should call on. our astral forces so as not to
    • that at the sight of the physically dying world there arises
    • merely call upon man's faculty for forming concepts and
    • real, essential truth in admiring this so-called literary
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    • while ago, I was forced to recall this episode which occurred
    • connected with the evolution of the so-called Lotus-flowers.
    • from what takes place through what I might call
    • kind of clairvoyance is that which arises, when what we call
    • perhaps venture to call this kind of clairvoyance,
    • what I must call a universal scientific character; it will
    • what is called stomach-clairvoyance.
    • opposite is the case in what we have called:
    • living at a time when man is called to do this: to perceive
    • philosophically-endowed advocate, is like an attack, a revolt
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    • compensation to be karmically made at a future time. What man
    • objective world? It is what may be called interest or
    • preaching of morals. Our inner powers are also called forth
    • understanding, calls forth from the soul the right moral
    • apathetically, but with true interest.
    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • what is called sensuous passion. As people were gathered
    • Plato called the ideal of “wisdom”. He named it
    • is what we usually call the mind-soul, or intellectual-soul,
    • anthroposophically understood. We do this when with
    • was still instinctive. Plato and Aristotle called it the
    • so-called lowering system of cure, that is, the other
    • called materialistic, but is exactly the reverse.
    • shall only work, not strive egoistically!” It is not
    • moral impulses, and we find what we may call practical wisdom
    • Plato calls “justice,” and that is the harmonious
    • that in very ancient times what we call conscience did not
    • externally, physically, shall separate from human development
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    • what I may call, in the sense of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • but never harsh influence of his father and his poetically
    • endowed mother. In later years he could recall with inner
    • for aesthetics, was slightly disillusioned when he first called
    • feelings he met this personality, we must recall that, when he
    • conception. Basically, what had never before been undertaken,
    • calls the “gray man” who rules in the subterranean sphere of
    • point to their busy schedules and call attention to the fact
    • called the first version of this drama, if we choose so to
    • constituted a profound trait of the soul life in the so-called
    • call Siegwart,
    • disguises, and this Goethe also really lived artistically. We
    • became acquainted with Goethe and called
    • All that we might call
    • he artistically mastered.
    • practically alone because those who dominated the intellectual
    • was certainly not materialistically inclined, and he had no
    • and creates aesthetically, when his thoughts develop in such a
    • problem philosophically in abstract thoughts as Schiller had
    • to show philosophically how man ascends from ordinary life to a
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    • potentiality, if we choose to call it that, and not from the
    • You will recall that I reminded you yesterday of a fact that
    • that are approved by most persons who are materialistically
    • of Goethe, and what manifests itself ethically, morally,
    • really alter much in it. So he did not call it a drama but
    • things, as I might call it, without taking hold of them
    • Faust in a strange manner. Call to mind the passage you
    • And what the spirit of the times men call
    • called from Frankfurt to Weimar. What does this signify in his
    • Weimar called him to make him a minister in Weimar. As I have
    • your attention is called directly to his karma, about which we
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    • reciprocally, it is night for the rest of our organism when it
    • impossible to prove anatomically, to classify the nerves as
    • one function. The so-called motor nerves are distinguished from
    • the so-called sensory only to the extent that the sensory
    • called your attention to the fact that the air that you hold
    • when we permeate ourselves with the knowledge that what we call
    • interpret their experiences with so-called dogs, apes, horses,
    • associated with the so-called instinctual behavior in animals.
    • park. The people of Görlitz, as we were often told, called
    • activity of Jakob Boehme were represented graphically, I should
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    • emergence of what we might call the modern vocational life
    • time, I called your attention to the fact that what constitutes
    • calling it “vocation,” although for most people their vocations
    • (calling) as something toward which a person is called by his
    • their calling, especially in our cities, many would say, “I am
    • which a person is called by the world's objective course of
    • interconnection; you may call it, if you please, the machine —
    • this is not important — that gives orders, that calls him.
    • develop that the so-called men of letters, the journalists and
    • that I have called your attention to certain individuals who
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    • other words, what is called the vocation of an individual must
    • dominated by what is called public opinion, which a philosopher
    • come to pass in spite of so-called public opinion and its hero
    • sediment. A theologian recently called it somewhat coarsely —
    • So-called psychoanalysis makes possible investigations in the
    • definite way in the developing child that we may call, in a
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    • is that at the very beginning attention is called to the fact
    • so-called number,
    • makes karma inevitable, but let us suppose hypothetically that
    • parenthetically — that those who read Eyth learn through this
    • attracted the attention of his superiors, as one calls them,
    • morning. In the afternoon the secretary called on the actress
    • realistically how he is finally led to commit suicide.
    • the convict called out. This terrified terrified him
    • is the plot of the story, which is called
    • world symptomatically. This will become increasingly necessary;
    • as possible from human beings. I have called your attention to
    • still continue to call themselves “occult,” especially in
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    • now my task to explain, episodically in a sense, something that
    • Jupiter, Venus, and Vulcan. What may be called an understanding
    • we recall something I have frequently emphasized, we shall see
    • called your attention to a significant fact that may, in a
    • in which I wished to call attention
    • you will recall how I have undertaken to characterize the
    • called your attention to the peculiarity of our times. Many
    • called your attention to the fact that there are occult
    • people seek out the places that are politically right for them
    • pronouncements go back to some occult connection which calls
    • when the struggle was most bitter between the so-called
    • esotericists and the so-called progressive occultists. That is,
    • the reactionaries called themselves the esotericists. They used
    • practice of occultism was considered harmless to the so-called
    • That was printed in a so-called occult almanac for 1913; printed,
    • do these things more cleverly and practically, but it is
    • science what John Stuart Mill called conglomerated
    • I went to this city to deliver some lectures, having been called
    • in the subconscious parts of her nature, would be politically
    • order to call Goethe, Schiller, and Lessing spirits of mediocre
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    • dealing with what we call karma, the passage of the human being
    • previous occasion I called your attention to the fact that the
    • we call it? — peppy or fashionable bearing such as a
    • be established scientifically. One who can see through things
    • so-called favorable conditions, they will not be able to
    • novel, which is called
    • evening. I read one poster that called for a meeting in favor
    • is another brief passage to which I should like to call
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    • than an angel. For example, what is called God in modern
    • those beings whom we call archangels whose mission is to
    • called humility, was bound to bring on materialism. When we
    • brings down upon himself cosmically. A person disinclined to
    • or other is a member of one of the societies that are called by
    • seriously even by those who belong to so-called occult
    • uttered in the right way what was ordinarily called the Word,
    • cosmos in relation to man? Recall the assertion of Hermann
    • a belief means to establish what may be called negative
    • human evolution as being cosmically interrelated and under a
    • seem extremely curious to everyone who thinks scientifically —
    • rarefaction and condensation of air that occurred automatically
    • that he could call it the “movement of the sun and the
    • Even those who call themselves the official representatives of
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    • what may be called a luciferic temptation, a seduction. We have
    • Testament. In the so-called “Fall of Man,” the image of Lucifer
    • that we may call ancestral cults. Such cults in which men look
    • made itself known through this ghost, as we may call it, of the
    • known to us from the various mythologies, and whom we call
    • next subordinate hierarchy, man himself. When we recall how the
    • have shown you, what is called the eighth sphere was introduced
    • advance materialism work even through what was called
    • This occurs in a decisive way in what I have called in the
    • symbolically practiced in the ancient cults of Christianity and
    • will begin to spiritualize what the religions call “baptism”
    • we call our knowledge into our consciousness in such a way
    • wife is calling out one thing or another to him. One day, in
    • You tell me such a thing and you wish to be called a Christian?
    • whatsoever. But what isn't called occultism these days! You
    • called in the report, comes into being. The procedures are as
    • probably confronted here with an attempt by the so-called
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    • the wise men of Greece called the universal good of the
    • nature there was united what was of a soul nature called by
    • as Rome enters history, what we may call the ‘prosaic
    • the development of Christianity (as it is called) a veil was
    • might call his normal aura, the concepts necessary for man's
    • from the so-called authority of science than what is known as
    • theosophically — or anthroposophically he has said such
    • give you diagrammatically something of a preparatory nature
    • call up an inartistic comparison — from one the left half
    • here drawn diagrammatically, first above, an image grown
    • been able to draw this only diagrammatically on the board.
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    • showed you threefold man diagrammatically. It is indeed true
    • threefold man diagrammatically in accordance with his
    • breast man, shall we call him? What is enclosed by the
    • is practically no real separation between the sleeping and
    • not so easy, to show diagrammatically as one would wish.
    • and for this reason we must call them ahrimanic. Survivals of
    • the matter stands when considered cosmically. To look
    • cosmically at our formation, in our heats-forces we are
    • revealed what is stored up in you karmically for your next
    • into man's dream consciousness, but only very chaotically and
    • will draw diagrammatically what lies around us outside as
    • inside. Imagine it must also have an outside. So I will call
    • it up diagrammatically before your souls saying: When you
    • diagrammatically thus. To one's ordinary view it appears
    • aesthetics, into all manner of dabbling with so-called art.
    • is so. You know how I have hinted emphatically that I like a
    • certain cock is moved mechanically up or down in a machine,
    • troubling themselves about things aesthetically. When the
    • importance in what is historically represented. Naturally
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    • arise in man to which by the means today called scientific
    • here mentioned. What today we call science cannot connect the
    • astrophysics, whatever you like to call it. If he were able
    • should find first what we could only call empty space. Where
    • absolutely nothing. I will draw it diagrammatically (blue
    • have to picture things diagrammatically, but use your
    • can enter what I have recently been calling the young spirit.
    • to lay hold of our soul-life, physically to lay hold of it.
    • should have to call soul-life. As you know, a certain part of
    • continue in this way the orange here would have to be called
    • behind there is what is called soul-light (yellow in diagram
    • here call burning desire, mobile susceptibility, and wishes.
    • so call it — were able to see clairvoyantly, the whole of
    • two things that outwardly, physically, are as totally
    • that, though outwardly physically different, this is only due
    • is burnt is only what might be called the mineral enclosure.
    • they appear physically; these again are the ideas of spirits
    • of wisdom, and what the physicist calls matter is only outer
    • dissolution of what is commonly called the physical world.
    • a so-called higher self. When we simply rant about a higher
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    • more materialistically, — the only world-conception
    • individuals. — Those, who recall it, will remember that
    • came about through money having become what I might call an
    • practically no more than a sort of equivalent for the
    • Consumption is simply left to proceed, I might say, automatically from
    • radically for a move forward in this direction, for a
    • perception for what is in the true sense practically
    • The first is, whether a thing is theoretically
    • sufficient for an idea to be theoretically right; but it
    • of what one might call a ‘spiritual want.’ A book
    • more value upon the will than upon the observation, I call
    • call together all these people who “can do nothing with
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    • time at one of these very study-evenings, and called
    • were practically discussed. There is one very definite
    • practically all the things which it is more immediately
    • practically speaking, the whole of the Threefold propaganda
    • propaganda: namely, the recognition, that in the so-called
    • party forms, of the socalled Independent Socialists. If these
    • to let Anthroposophy be practically swamped by the sort of
    • be found in plenty. People, who, even in matters that call
    • to men in such a way, that the speaking has power to call
    • differently; you ought to call in a specialist; you ought to
    • call in a practical man.’ — It is the most
    • is not to import the old so-called practical men into our
    • there it is a case of handling them really practically. And
    • practically to-day, when one can only tell oneself: If I
    • even with what I might call an ‘elevenpence ha'penny
    • paper, — that the old parties, practically speaking, no
    • how radically something new is needed.
    • business-callings, the various branches of business, and that
    • there was still a certain sense in people calling themselves
    • yet people still go on calling themselves by the names of
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    • scientifically and philosophically. Entirely on this basis of
    • scientifically. It also tells itself that there must be
    • something like a barrel organ. But basically, the whole of our
    • called the first stage that the soul reaches in investigating
    • ourselves to it. In my writings I have called this
    • from a book of this so-called learned gentleman. This book has
    • called imagination, is our ordinary fantasy. Our higher
    • to enter the spiritual world comes about. This is what I call
    • is what can be called a reversal of going to sleep. It is most
    • In my writings I have called this third stage of spiritual
    • stage — and we do not have to call it a higher stage than
    • nervous system (for simplicity's sake I call it the head
    • the fact that anatomically the brain is strangely
    • body starve in order to call up certain ideas. This is wrong.
    • evolves logically, rightly or wrongly, and that it is an
    • themselves egoistically in what happens after death. But the
    • is possible to study biologically and physiologically the
    • in The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity when I called
    • The other element that arises as imaginative life I called, for
    • called imaginative ideas. It is something we have yet to
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    • impelled to go into what is called historical knowledge, the
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • normally call chance that two men made an historical, all
    • What then follows we should call a higher stage of
    • Wilson calls the American nation.
    • What does he find? He looks for it in the so called
    • what we call sleeping and dreaming also extends to a large
    • we call history today. They sought their knowledge in myths,
    • difficult for someone who is called to be an individuality, an
    • normally only dreams and sleeps through, can only be called
    • to apply what I have called the spiritual scientific method,
    • pictures, in imaginations, must be called forth from the depths
    • I do not wish to omit contrasting what today is called history
    • and which comes to expression most typically in the life of
    • of spirit we call the consciousness soul which grasps
    • that can be understood only when we can call forth something
    • into the time which followed what geology calls the ice age and
    • by many geologists is called the flood. We must think of this
    • to be cultivated by those who are called to do so. However, I
    • feel that others are called to do this, we are then
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    • is Johann Gottlieb Fichte. And he tried in what one might call
    • the physical-bodily nature. We really achieve what I would call
    • something about it called it the approach to the gate of death.
    • the other hand is so radically different from it that one could
    • reason this state is radically different from the state of
    • a new sense organ, which Goethe calls the “spirit
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    • limits by natural science, up to what can be called the
    • cannot give them. They turn to what is called mysticism or
    • the senses; here we receive our impressions. We call up again
    • the life of his soul. If we are to reach further, we must call
    • which I would like to call intellectual modesty.
    • impressions; now, through these exercises, which I call
    • under hypnosis and things of this sort, goes in a diametrically
    • and our assimilation. We have before us what I have called in
    • called, in the books I have mentioned, “Imaginative
    • limits, what I would like to call a time body, which is in
    • able to achieve what I would like to call “an empty
    • have called the first stage by the name “Imaginative
    • knowledge begins. I have called it “Inspiration.”
    • toward the morning. Everything must be taken atomistically as
    • others which I would like to call “exercises in serious
    • Intuition, — what I have called “Intuitive
    • quite a number of physicians have felt themselves called to
    • ethically too, the soul acquires powerful sources of goodness.
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    • result of his research on — as he calls his book, —
    • so-called dream consciousness, in which pictures rise
    • chaotically out of depths of the organism that are not
    • day consciousness to — as I have called it in my book,
    • dream world, where pictures move chaotically to and fro,
    • what we call our self, by means of true and intimate
    • I would like to point out at the start that what we call the
    • remember brings about? It enables us to call up at a later time
    • in us. Years later, or whenever it might be, we can recall it.
    • What we recall out of the total organism of our spirit, soul
    • we pursue the methods actively and energetically that are given
    • that later can be recalled out of this by our memory. But when
    • to recall them again and again. We do not do this by exerting
    • ourselves in trying to remember an image. Images are recalled
    • ourselves. What is it that perceives? It is what Goethe called
    • that the eye or the ear of the spirit, as Goethe called it,
    • for his being, but he also has what one can call an etheric, a
    • contained within it a picture of the body which they called a
    • henceforth be called `body' which neither persists nor is a
    • use of the eye of the spirit, as I called it earlier, in the
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    • words, because what we here call the Art of Eurhythmy is
    • other is the pedagogic, didactic element, shall I call it.
    • artistically impartial than ours, there will be a quite
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    • these, if one so desires, that short episode which one calls
    • just said, can also be observed geographically, when it
    • away from humanity, a comprehensive, one might call
    • in more detail in those lectures which I have called
    • that which is usually called knowledge in Science to-day, but
    • But even externally, if you just look at what we call the
    • civilisation and education, they were perhaps more physically
    • hypothetically. The entire East would economically be an
    • economically, but also Spiritually is a thought very few
    • which ethically and morally permeates the humanity of the
    • radically, one might say, that the sort of thing we meet with
    • there is, always trying to press forward, what I want to call
    • problem thrown up politically by the French Revolution, they
    • seek to solve it humanistically, in a purely human
    • be the case in the future, that men are thus economically
    • every week there appear slimy excretions, as I must call
    • the so-called civilisation of Rome in the 1st and 2nd
    • course — of our so-called followers into its opposite
    • towards artistic things. An abstract, Aesthetically
    • to-day, movements which call themselves Theosophical which
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    • that which we call the external, sensible, perceptible sphere
    • looks up or down, I must therefore call it illusion; the
    • behind like the Old Moon — to make it what I might call a
    • yield to the illusion of what appears to me physically on the
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    • who are able to take in earnest what is lying in this call to
    • like him — who is theoretically in agreement with what is
    • criticises its “tone” — calling it that of a
    • not just putting down something thought out theoretically but
    • spiritually as the three kingdoms below are real physically
    • founded on the old belief in a physiologically-gifted
    • depth. Then the so-called depth is put forward in the most
    • change their calling later in life, so let them talk. But we
    • things theoretically, which teach us nothing about taking the
    • what has always been called Ethics.
    • the words. Hence we must call up in us today a certain
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    • who are able to take seriously to heart all that the call
    • thing that such men exiets — who theoretically agrees
    • Theoretically, the man agrees with much of the lecture; but
    • theoretically. This man really hast no perception of the true
    • theoretically have as a rule no idea that anyone who wishes,
    • more inner way; and then this so-called “inner”
    • some mention of this so-called “inner” element,
    • Confessions of faith, or creeds which are theoretically
    • himself, calling it “Ethic” has nofuture
    • make this or that theoretically plausible, or clear to you,
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    • Greek can be called (although the expression is naturally
    • possessed may be called a land, or territorial
    • since the beginning of what is called the modern historical
    • earth. If I may again express myself mystically, we traverse
    • willing lies that which we psychically experience. But now,
    • movement I might call it — an onward movement. This is
    • empirically where some star or other ought, according to the
    • there is the so-called Beseel correction, and it is applied
    • not mathematically and dynamically as it is built up through
    • experienced empirically, if one may be allowed to use this
    • I have called
    • diametrically opposite points of view.
    • the Art School we used to call Carriere ‘an old grunter
    • False Prophet in the paper called Die Hilfe. I
    • to-day called your attention to something which should
    • it historically necessary — you see people try nowadays
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    • impossible, but we will assume hypothetically a Nature
    • hypothetically, a world without the human being, is something
    • realised what has been put forward hypothetically in
    • the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic as we are accustomed to call
    • when he approaches a thing of Earth and calls it real.
    • dream or in delirium. Psychologically, delirium is a state in
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    • world-conception poetically, or through pictorial art, is not
    • disappointment, must call for a special sphere of life to be
    • difficulty in approaching art psychologically lies in people
    • which meet us in what is called expressionism get near this
    • magically conjured within nature herself can be discovered
    • there is also what we call death, destruction, what is
    • may be called the typical man; but this group represents the
    • made plastically to awaken this gesture which in the ordinary
    • become reconciled. It becomes necessary to atone artistically
    • times, still very much in an elementary stage, which call
    • recognise that a design might be called the work of colour
    • may be called aesthetic synthesis, a tendency to synthesize
    • super-physically deprived her of life. The very moment we
    • is possible to present there artistically. For artistically
    • call her back to life.
    • into the form of art called expressionism — though the
    • having called the secret “open” it can be
    • perception. This is apparent poetically in the second part of
    • understanding. He was able artistically to perceive that the
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    • the tendency which makes a man think realistically or
    • idealistically, or makes his an Impressionist or
    • tendency in so-called theosophical, mystical striving, to
    • specifically. As he tries to penetrate inwardly into
    • called the temple of the soul. Such expressions contain great
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    • Indians. In our age, when practically the whole Earth has been explored,
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    • compensation to be karmically made at a future time. What man
    • objective world? It is what may be called interest or
    • preaching of morals. Our inner powers are also called forth
    • understanding, calls forth from the soul the right moral
    • apathetically, but with true interest.
    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • what is called sensuous passion. As people were gathered
    • Plato called the ideal of “wisdom”. He named it
    • is what we usually call the mind-soul, or intellectual-soul,
    • anthroposophically understood. We do this when with
    • was still instinctive. Plato and Aristotle called it the
    • so-called lowering system of cure, that is, the other
    • called materialistic, but is exactly the reverse.
    • shall only work, not strive egoistically!” It is not
    • moral impulses, and we find what we may call practical wisdom
    • Plato calls “justice,” and that is the harmonious
    • that in very ancient times what we call conscience did not
    • externally, physically, shall separate from human development
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    • called forth in man the consciousness that in the region above
    • beings, what may be called primeval wisdom. Within these
    • being whom we call the Christ had to descend by degrees into
    • the historical traditions of the oldest, so-called church
    • gaze; but He was able to call attention to the fact that it is
    • can be called a real perception of the immortal nature of the
    • substances into his system which called forth in him the
    • irradiate the thought system, thus calling forth what we see in
    • characteristically Christian may still exist — this is
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    • such a being is called in oriental wisdom an
    • itself and one called an Avatar: namely, that an Avatar-being
    • was more what we call the sentient soul, or more the
    • intellectual soul, or more what we call the consciousness soul.
    • whom you will follow biographically with the soul when you know
    • Christianity is so radically combated today has been learned
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    • cannot be spoken of scientifically at all, that one must be
    • at all, something is necessary that I always call, in this
    • hypothetically constructed is possible, whether such a
    • confused with what today is often called clairvoyance, which of
    • call a time-body. One can also call this an etheric or formative
    • in him a state which I call the deepest silence of the
    • arrived at the zero state over the loud din — we call
    • others before an earthly garment, if I may call it so, was
    • not be scientifically availed upon in ordinary life —
    • within this deep silence of the soul what one might call a
    • world, since you actually get to know what may be called the
    • to really bring these thought-words down into physically
    • that makes them basically nervous about what drives them so
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    • who, because of their calling, feel they must protect
    • in the twentieth century when other soul forces are called
    • any so-called modern ideas. Just consider how rigid was the
    • life. Many more things were mentioned, all of which called
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    • called, according to the Hermetic axiom, the “world
    • intellect, is called the “world below,” and is an
    • beings have the physical body in common with the so-called
    • is the principle that calls inorganic matter into life and,
    • something called the “principle of life” into
    • am a being who inwardly calls himself ‘I.’
    • to the objects in this room. Each one of us will call the
    • can call someone else “I.” The word
    • the word “I” was called: “The unutterable
    • sense, it is not what can be seen physically that is meant,
    • is permeated by the astral body, which calls up in the
    • beings contain fluids that call mineral substances to life,
    • nerves to appear are those of the so-called sympathetic
    • free from the ether body — after it had called into
    • transformed these lower fluids into what we call
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    • can be perceived physically, spiritual science maintains is
    • inorganic nature, but we also know that it is called into
    • life by the so-called ether or life body. This ether body is
    • call himself “I.” This is the crown of his
    • substance which could well be called “living
    • call “consciousness.” Thus, consciousness within
    • acquainted with my lectures will recall references to
    • organization. Certain thoughts and feelings will call up
    • Basically that is the cause of insanity.
    • Consequently, even if it cannot be proved anatomically, the
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    • individuals called the “initiates.” In every age
    • poetically, saying that from the mortals the gods receive
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    • it was called the “inexpressible name of God —
    • nature the sense of sight calls up the opposite colors. The
    • lively child the yellow-reddish shades call up the opposite
    • both physically and spiritually. It provides effective truth
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    • arrive at any other conclusion than: “Basically death
    • contains the forces that call the physical substances to
    • physically at birth. The human being is truly born a second
    • physically on the embryo before birth; up to the change of
    • Paracelsus calls a patient suffering from cholera an
    • being from the materials of nature. Basically, everything
    • of how the external forces and substances are called to life,
    • Spiritual science is like the so-called poison which, when
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    • the third year, he calls the "golden, gentle, harmonious age"
    • is basically of a religious disposition, who has deep
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • something about so-called spiritual or mental illness. The
    • first of all pass over into the condition called
    • human being can become what is called “demented”
    • to a variety of questions. This is called
    • so-called spiritual or mental illnesses, natural and
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • knowledge within his own being. Rightly understood, the call
    • an etheric body; only the astral body and what we call
    • and enjoyment because it calls up in the child inner feelings
    • the ether bodies. The affinity expresses itself physically in
    • seventh year physical forces elaborated and plastically
    • a sensation of growing, not just physically, but morally.
    • These feelings work plastically on the ether body, as the
    • therefore also call this “a period when the systems of
    • end physically when the ether body begins to withdraw its
    • described cannot unfold. We find instead what is called the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • transformations represented symbolically how inner human
    • so-called Fama Fraternitatis in 1614, and a year
    • is one of the methods whereby what is called "initiation" can
    • initiation, a method as exact and as scientifically worked
    • method was the so-called Christian-Gnostic path. The human
    • its adherents — rules that are basically still valid, and
    • was revealed; no hint was given theoretically or otherwise,
    • are not dependent on what is seen or heard physically. A
    • organically from the preceding one, like growth occurs in an
    • everything transitory was mere symbol was systematically
    • calmly accept being called a fool by materialists who only
    • The sunbeam was called the “holy lance of love”
    • the so-called vortex, which can be thought of as two
    • both physically and spiritually. For example, a developing
    • down the ages the call has resounded: “Know
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    • called it “mathesis,” mathematics, not because
    • substance, Wagner saw from the start an artistic calling as a
    • The artist, he felt, has a kind of priestly calling, and that
    • forms was caused by what he called “their selfishness
    • the world. Deep feelings of religious piety were called up in
    • He who thinks materialistically only knows that one can
    • physically reach and assist another person. He has no notion
    • did not sense the spirit's call, became stuck in sameness, in
    • what can be physically seen and heard. Whatever deeper
    • affinity with what could be called "man's mythical past." His
    • drama called The Victor; this was in 1856.
    • attain a higher fructifying power, called forth by the
    • “I am with you to the end of the world,” called
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    • Council of Nicaea was called by Emperor Constantine. It
    • so-called harmonizing of the Gospels took place. This meant
    • words of the Bible, of being an agnostic and unfit to call
    • called Christianity.”
    • practically everything he wrote. However, those who recognize
    • kingdom we see the physically imperfect side by side with the
    • physically more perfect; in the human kingdom we see all
    • the initiate was a prophet or a messiah. He was also called a
    • ancient Pythagorean schools was called “the harmony of
    • If we call this Being God, of whom a particle lives within
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    • spirit, must pass a trial. Such a self-desired trial always calls
    • spiritual world. It was a call delivered to humanity – followed
    • Such a call
    • happens as a rule three times. If the call also remains unheard the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • the individual, whom we have called Christian Rosenkreuz since
    • called by the provisional name: “Gesellschaft
    • ideal spiritual movement with any other, which also calls itself
    • in the completion of Society's house in Stuttgart, the so-called
    • an address during the so-called crisis in 1915:
    • circumstances. Due to the recall to the fronts of so many artists and
    • organically moving forms, warmed and waved by the human hands
    • And all these, artistically created from the most varied elements,
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    • unconscious sleep, and would have been psychically drowned.
    • of the spirit and inspired piety in the artistically inspired man. There
    • thought artistically; Aeschylos and Sophocles were artists who moulded the
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    • To-day I feel called upon to explain to you a few
    • human being belonging to our so-called civilised world must
    • before you schematically. In the waking human being, the Ego
    • without speaking metaphorically, that in the most remote epochs
    • viewed the world, quite physically. The Greek did not see the
    • called, are spirits which have acquired a sensory-physical
    • This is the task — I might call it a cosmic task — which
    • so-called science is but a collection of spectres, of inner
    • esoterically. These East-West contemplations are to-day quite
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    • us now transfer ourselves upon the Sun. There, the so-called
    • Christian esotericism they are called Angeloi = Angels. Only
    • spirits. One of these Fire-Spirits was called upon to pour out
    • be called into life in man, this power went out from the life
    • hierophant called the pupil back into life. Through this
    • a new name. He was called Son of God. The whole process
    • called the pupils back into life and they were told: “He who
    • was called “Mary,” but that this was the name of his
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    • explained symbolically or half symbolically, although the
    • symbolically. But those who bear in mind the things which I
    • bear fruit. Only certain forest trees keep their so-called
    • through our senses. Let us now look upon the so-called lifeless
    • pertaining to our so-called lifeless, an-organic, purely
    • practically no consciousness at all, and the daytime
    • sentient body, the so-called astral body.
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    • more intimate way. You only have to call to your mind, if you can, while
    • that man has a kidney system, — I design it here schematically
    • for human life, basically it really means the whole of human life.
    • call forth a sort of mineral salt-like formation. But it is good when
    • will show. What is working there, what basically is a thrust pulsated
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
    • the side of what is called here anthroposophical spiritual science.
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    • up into his own organism what we call substances from nature, from the
    • basically are still more important, as for example light, which we also
    • wash it, saturated with a substance called ptyalin, which is excreted
    • as if I wanted to build something plastically. I take mortar, or any
    • one can also verify this anatomically in every part — conducts
    • to develop himself towards something one called at that time “Sälde”.
    • Sälde — related to what we would call “bliss”
    • in the middle ages. One called it at that time “dullness”,
    • protein, which we are in our whole being. Basically we are something
    • something which can really approach therapeutically the nature of man.
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    • after a certain time had passed, the so-called Dark Age will come to
    • call pneumonia today. The form of illness in case of pneumonia was of
    • earthly spot where he was born. In those olden times one knew very specifically:
    • about flowers, with all that, we have, basically, what I might call
    • were still there, and basically only at the time of Galen did one start
    • there in nature, it will stay basically the same inside the human organism.
    • there exists no real borderline between what one calls today “eating
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    • the moment in conjunction with what we call divine cosmic
    • There have always been philosophers called determinists
    • look outside of what we call spiritual science. Only the
    • intellects, something occurs that can be called confusion in
    • they can be logically proved. But their opposite can also be
    • logically proved. So let us tackle the question today,
    • if they called them by other names. The feeling for these
    • things has now been lost, but basically it was there in a
    • what human beings call knowledge, in what people call their
    • called an elemental body. Outside in nature, in external
    • of this kind symbolically in a dream. Someone dreams he
    • left the physical plane they may well have been called to
    • the world, I would not do it in such a way that I call souls to
    • scientist Ernst Haeckel called
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    • we call the ahrimanic and luciferic forces in world events and
    • introduced. Basically the world always confronts us as a
    • mathematically on the basis of past ones. Ideally, scientists
    • If the duke had not called Goethe to
    • abstractly call “time” and “the marching on
    • if I succeed in converting even one reader and recalling him
    • or galimatias might be called a popular galimatias, a genre
    • important than what happened physically. The occurrence has
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    • studied the sort of thing people call spiritual science. And I
    • example, aren't there? I could call him hypothetical to
    • not look upon it egotistically as though they were
    • looking at things, even of looking at what we call freedom,
    • we call the search for causes is perhaps for the time being
    • to call. So we certainly see a great deal of necessity in what
    • utterly futile occupation. By specifically not thinking
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    • had not fused with the world of historically young peoples who
    • historically young people, such as the Teutonic people
    • can also put it another way. You know there are so-called
    • what is called “good” or “bad” in a
    • philosophically, in my
    • necessity, although the two are basically pretty much the
    • what one might call a Parsifal of a later age. Goethe can
    • actions, what we can call necessity can join directly with
    • write it. Why not? Because there is something we have to call
    • Because the companion — as I called him last time —
    • interacting organically. Freedom and necessity always
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • we usually call the etheric body. It escapes ordinary physical
    • it from outside. If someone were to call out the word
    • he looks at himself. He does not call himself “I”
    • physical body that we nowadays call the etheric body, people
    • physically objective.
    • psychologically as action. We were able to derive the latter
    • might call depravity of will, that there too, it is not a
    • “So there cannot be a will.” The so-called monists
    • ugly according to natural law, one person may be what is called
    • metaphorically speaking, he falls down with a loud thud as a
    • basically a kind of hangover, caused by the fact that they
    • kind of inwardly inorganic, disordered state we call a
    • through understanding. We might call it a free necessity,
    • consult so-called scientific books today — not the
    • so-called monism of our time is obviously always going to
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    • their spiritual life before birth with what one might call a
    • call up the inclination on earth to wipe out this old
    • heard, my dear friends, certain people called clumsy
    • diligent” is indeed much more concrete than what I call
    • principle”—you have for the dead called up to
    • concrete is called forth. Most present-day thoughts are
    • concrete conception in what you would call a spiritual sense.
    • the spiritual life based on itself will be able to call up
    • rights in which men must live together democratically must
    • how it is connected with all that we call social impulse we
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    • forth. What does this show? Recall the human head and the
    • roundness, it's spherical form. So he who as a German calls
    • things. Today it is practically only for interjections that
    • aesthetically, artistically. But they cannot soar to the
    • the drink of journalists, setting thoughts logically one
    • diagrammatically — here is earthly life, and raying
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    • date today since it was written when the so-called war was still in full
    • of peoples — it is better to refer to it thus than to call it
    • in feeling and ask yourself: where does it come from historically? If you
    • you read philosophically inspired writings of well-educated learned
    • to form their concepts really plastically. They have what the famous
    • than by calling him a learned idler of the first water.) Through his
    • of praise by calling him a witty, intelligent do-nothing, because I
    • merely symbolically that as a rule the Catholic Church is prone only
    • of philosophy. No one who thinks philosophically talks as you do!”
    • men are absolutely dominated by what I might call an instinctive bias
    • which may be called “the meeting with the Guardian of the
    • I once expressed this morphologically in a different way drawing your
    • animals! Men foolishly call this instinct; but when you look into the
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    • of phenomena there is spirit, spirit, spirit. I have always called your
    • so-called gratiae grate detae, what is given through grace,
    • The other gifts are those which may be called the universal human gifts.
    • one is to call it Pantheism) in a far more marked way than Spiritual
    • up the progress of mankind is terribly strong. The following calls for
    • necessity to call this up into consciousness. It is necessary, also,
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    • for once call up before our souls some results of Spiritual Science
    • this is what I meant were there beings who on being examined anatomically
    • earth, too, and men with an outer form that recalls that of the animal
    • rest your back, but then, just because you are physically at rest, you
    • really to enter upon selflessness, which indeed must be called upon
    • take the opportunity of calling attention to what is necessary if a
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    • all manner of brooding and things of that kind, which they call meditation.
    • prevail in the same measure as their zeal for the so-called exercises,
    • this fact, we may be able to recall a basic truth of our Spiritual Science
    • of the so-called social questions and social demands. Thus, as I have
    • to have in future through the so-called solving of social problems,
    • whether these, while thinking out their so-called social and political
    • it, my dear friends! A sound solution of the so-called social problem
    • of the so-called social question possible, the one and only thing. Therefore
    • on the one hand, if you dislike someone, to mete out so-called justice
    • when I say that mankind of so-called western civilisation, the people
    • stage not only of taking things materialistically in accordance with
    • science, but also of taking life itself materialistically confounding
    • is this error—for it may indeed be called so—that human
    • through this a certain life of soul in the form we call logic and science.
    • call science, for what we call logic, the Chinese have no word at all,
    • be Chinese Science is something quite different from what we call science
    • and what we call logic, something entirely different from what we Europeans
    • the so-called Theosophical Society and those who today form the Anthroposophical
    • from the so-called Akashic Record, information which I venture to say
    • to be said intimately, systematically, but which it is necessary to
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    • in the Mystery of Golgotha? In spite of all the so-called liberal theology
    • heathen world. In its religious conception Judaism has something radically
    • If we would put it tritely, Judaism might be called the actual discovery
    • by being so polarically opposed to the outlook on nature prominent in
    • in man to the devil, as he was called in the Middle Ages. But it is
    • historically, although outwardly it took the form, as it were, of a
    • of time which might be called zero, to see right into what was actually
    • cannot call him merely a philosopher but the great man Plato arose in
    • can be called up in the human heart if anyone tries today to renew certain
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    • whom physically they have been permitted to be so closely connected
    • life we were indeed the very men we now call forefathers) these men
    • initiated into the Mysteries, whose Karma called them to do so could
    • that may be called the truths of salvation. This instruction, however,
    • on Golgotha. Now this had happened historically. A man, Jesus—for
    • development. It was for this reason also that in a certain sense historically
    • to recall something I have often said to you during these years of catastrophe,
    • is intrinsically different from what has streamed out from mid-Europe,
    • date mankind will realise that there came about what may be called the
    • Europe itself that will be called upon to understand this threefold
    • if this centre of Europe is obliged to live tragically in chaos, there
    • however, to a certain extent consciously, what may be called his meeting
    • has up till now called itself Goetheanism. We should have to learn to
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    • are taken in. Whatever one can call proof of spiritual
    • worlds exist beside our own; the so-called astral and
    • devachanic worlds, called, as far as they are known in
    • the pure spiritual world, Devachan, where you are called again
    • other than expressions for souls, we may call them, which live
    • physically similar sense impressions, only these are not
    • fourth and so on. In conclusion, the astral place basically
    • lions, tigers, all tortoises, which we call a mutual group
    • mankind who worked artistically, had a clairvoyant
    • Ego? Yes, the same exists for the plants as we called a Group
    • enter the astral world directly after death, is the one we call
    • This feeling is called, in occult science, the feeling of self
    • sacrificing dedication, called the ability to sacrifice.
    • of it can be given which is characteristically valid of the
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    • Goethe can utter about it prosaically.
    • Goethe allows his Faust to open up a book on magic, called the
    • sense perception, one arrives at a percept which can be called
    • before the soul, as Goethe describes later, calling it the
    • to the so-called intermixing of instinct, of a kind of willing
    • what Goethe allows Faust to call: “A spectacle! Oh, only
    • illusion. As Faust stands before the sign which calls his soul
    • us in as much as so-called knowledge leads us to wishes,
    • Goethe couldn't, because of that which scientifically
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    • expressed theoretically is that anthroposophic occult science
    • Anthroposophist. Today we want to explore that which we call in
    • self-knowledge which can be called World Knowledge in the
    • element we discuss to what could be called “occult
    • means something which the human being represents basically as
    • what we call the actual Ego- or “I”-carrier
    • (Ich-Träger). When we look at that which we basically call
    • conditions called unconscious sleep. We have to say that this
    • kind of self-knowledge which could rather be called the
    • you back at this point is basically a loss for the soul.
    • this basic level could be called self-knowledge.
    • extraordinary which we call talents, aptitudes, particular
    • on a elevated level of higher development is called
    • directly but in a certain sense — that what we call these
    • itself what can be called impersonal self-knowledge.
    • the self which we call karma, that which is particular to the
    • possible for us not to overlook what is karmically correct and
    • for instance — a slap in the face. What can be called in
    • Theoretically nothing can be proven except through a test and
    • only recognise them theoretically but to live with every world
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    • be traced back to what we may call the Old Testament outlook on the
    • artistically had an actual fear of every kind of philosophy, for it
    • is symbolically expressed in the structural forms, it means that in
    • so on. And this must be so in every single form in this organically
    • form constructed from out of that which is organically creative in nature
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    • as it appears at present from the outside, the idea called up through
    • you see the first pillar and I want to call your special attention to
    • called Saturn, the second pillar Sun and so forth. Well, that is conceivable
    • organic beings is developed physically. Just in the same way as (see
    • are otherwise intellectual ideas and so-called natural laws, for nature
    • that which transcends everyday consciousness — what I may call
    • again pointed out. This glass house (and I have called it a glass house
    • I can show you how these lies are being systematically spread and the
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    • colour; to look at red calls forth a feeling of being attacked, as if
    • civilisation. It spread geographically from Asia Minor, across the Black
    • which have certain qualities of form which recall the qualities and
    • physically and physiologically as also in his soul and spirit.
    • upper hand physiologically in the human being, where feverish phenomena
    • appears physiologically in man as actual formative principles, the Luciferic
    • viewed physiologically, from the point of view of the physical body.
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
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    • how little what is called the new freedom in human evolution
    • called the young Queen.
    • parchments, from books, ma calls the mood that has come over
    • vision. Otherwise he would not have been able to call up the
    • dramatically represented by Goethe as a poodle, and so it
    • experience, although dramatically it is represented as
    • in his true form. He then calls up the four elements and
    • poodle. But when he calls upon the figure of Christ,
    • Look at many of the societies calling themselves occult, or
    • a certain way; then this was called the “Greedy Grey
    • condition of gold after it has been treated chemically. He
    • it in the literature that often calls itself
    • genius, talent, and so forth. What Darwinism fantastically
    • advantage. That, however, would call forth the worst
    • fathom this being — are speaking about as logically as
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    • fanatically persisted in his opinion that all this had
    • into his physical body, that is, while he is not physically
    • (he himself called it the confused manuscript). But the
    • Voice from above: “Who calls
    • calls up spirits who are three hundred years behind. The
    • etherically. Think what deep knowledge this all is — in
    • recall a bit of his own past. For this reason he becomes
    • out, and what I might call a kind of Nature-initiation, that
    • Nikolai was one of the most fanatical, so-called enlightened
    • contended particularly against what he called superstition.
    • whereas now he is able to change this vision called up by
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    • of Goethe's his spirit we may now call to our aid the already
    • were such spirits as Friedrich Schlegel, who energetically
    • those more philosophically constituted natures sought to
    • all given word-for-word in the pamphlet that is called
    • Association with the spiritual. Faust is called a Helen from
    • philosophy of Kant even more egoistically than this scholar.
    • concepts. I have often called attention to the way a certain
    • calls it,
    • source, either represented pantheistically or existing in
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    • come to the sphere that can be called the sphere of action in
    • impregnation. One has a quite wrong and materialistically
    • say what the Rhine is. It is called the Rhine. But what
    • we picture this diagrammatically (see diagram) and assume
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    • sense, in a living and energetic way, what we may call the
    • Scientifically he will have to solve the nature and essence
    • himself recognised by him. You will recall the closing scene
    • Mephistopheles calls out to Faust: —
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    • so-called “course of Nature,” as Birth and
    • shepherd the boy became entrusted. The shepherd's wife called
    • his death, and he was buried in Attic soil. We need only call
    • how Paris was called upon by the Goddesses, Hera, Pallas and
    • diametrically opposite. We are here touching a great riddle,
    • is practically out of the question, you will say. Yet it is
    • call to mind (you will find it in one of my lectures; I do
    • called upon to speak of this. He wishes to make plain how he
    • part of the zeal with which we call to life the spiritual
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    • to be exact) we can show him diagrammatically as follows:
    • arising, however chaotically, however sporadically, of
    • called “Dream-Fantasy”, a philosopher, Johannes
    • to be sure show themselves only in pictures, chaotically, and
    • of the living and weaving from which the physically visible
    • instance what used to be called the elements. Today we call
    • we can call what is solid,
    • that, when it is not enclosed, it expands, we call air;
    • whereas what permeates these three substances we call warmth
    • or fire. Yes, my dear friends, we may call them so when, from
    • something midway between air, and water; we might call it a
    • called Ruach in the old Hebrew language, It does not
    • if we are to grasp world-evolution cosmically and historically,
    • however, that were formerly physically present, just as now
    • our world is physically present, can only be experienced
    • in any ancient mythology — are called Sirens. So that
    • polarically to the earth-fire as are fire or warmth to earth
    • called Seismos. By bringing Sirens into the relevant scene,
    • transition is now taking place from the world called the
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    • — what has being on the earth-planet. What is called
    • flow of your ideas, one idea calls up see another, how you
    • recall things long forgotten. You begin with an idea which
    • my dear friends, we know there are scientifically conceived
    • certain extent we call back our past. Today with our brain
    • all those karmically connected with us; -we experience a link
    • Thee in my people's woe I call on Thee!
    • itself, it is Diana. The forces working cosmically through
    • Moon is not only present cosmically, it exists also in an
    • earthly way. The same forces that are cosmically associated
    • to complete consciousness, was called by the Greeks Diana.
    • sub-earthly is working, all that dwells microcosmically in
    • emmets, his myrmidons as he calls them. He turns to the
    • microcosmically present? Well, my dear friends, read the
    • idea had he in all this? Just think! he writes: We are called
    • symmetrically, the left-man and the right-man working
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    • able to discover by considering it anthroposiphically, but
    • connections I have called your attention to other
    • theories but to the so-called primal phenomena for his
    • men, in the so-called Newtonian theory of colors — in that
    • only be understood anthroposophically — that he had an
    • in spite of his keeping to the phenomenal and physically
    • the spirit either ahrimanically luciferically. Theories of
    • I called your attention to yesterday is that Goethe was not
    • outer phenomena realistically, and in an idealistic way what
    • was to be understood idealistically. He did not, however
    • monistically. It is not the proper thing he would say, to
    • outlooks that reciprocally reflect and enlighten each other.
    • called “Der Internationale Kitt” (International Cement) are
    • — or, as we often say, idealistically — we shall
    • connected with what we find treated artistically by Goethe in
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    • Faust, knowledge in the form of pictures, that we call
    • not wanting to invent an imaginative world himself, calls in
    • who stood, physically perceptible, before him. He was told:
    • called “Spirit” in Fritz Mauthner's Dictionary
    • process, goes on macrocosmically when, after the seed has
    • the microscope, can be looked upon macrocosmically all around
    • process, this very same process, goes on macrocosmically
    • macrocosmically all around in the external world. When we
    • metamorphosis Goethe approaches what was atavistically
    • honesty represents poetically both what he can and what he
    • that can be created artistically, out of what is working in
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    • endeavoured to portray artistically in his Faust.
    • longer call upon clairvoyance, I cannot know what the Greeks
    • every detail. For Goethe has called up pictures for the very
    • this generative impulse, Goethe had called in Proteus, the
    • Proteus himself energetically denies that anything is to be
    • of the generative forces we are called back into the life we
    • understand it when Schwaben-Vischer, the so-called V-Vischer,
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    • dear friends, I have often called your attention to the
    • proceeds rhythmically; all evolution goes with the rise and
    • alternate rhythmically in historic evolution. Life never
    • often called your attention to this — if we extend this
    • thus born physically on the physical plane, he had not been
    • soul called forth by experiencing equilibrium. Faust would
    • a feeling that is aesthetically offensive. There, shown in
    • artistically what you can feel as Faust stands before Manto;
    • might call a last appeal to mankind out of the past, by
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    • The Supersensible Human, Anthroposophically Comprehended,
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    • facts of the so-called supersensible world which man is
    • satisfied with what is called a belief, an assumption arising
    • calls a halt to all knowledge before the supersensible, then
    • one calls a halt before human self-knowledge. Then one
    • that that which we call our moral impulses, which we call the
    • if we have to call a halt before the supersensible with our
    • would like to call it — fact, and that which flows to it
    • able to say something, albeit hypothetically, about the present
    • One describes, at least hypothetically, how once upon a time
    • soul life appears much more characteristically in a dream than
    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • Over against this there now appears that which I always call
    • a systematically exact so-called meditative life as I have
    • symbolically in inner meditation. The dream conjures up
    • symbolically for us our own bodily nature.
    • nature give us symbols — strictly systematically to
    • imagine symbolically. In this way concepts are by force of will
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
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    • beginning of the fourth epoch which we could call the
    • called Ahura Mazdao, the being who had his outer corporeality
    • the “I” we grasp something which only we can call
    • astral body. What is this called? Just think how one of the
    • Thus it was inspired, physically inspired, through them
    • call which is linked to the Mission of Moses.
    • taken and called divine. We know that the physical body was
    • your own “I.” So it proceeds systematically with
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    • being callous, painless and insensitive. — We need to
    • not only physically linked to us but that these beings link to
    • can gradually experience when on the so-called way or path of
    • think that, what we call the “I” (Ich) in spiritual
    • the event which we call the Mystery of Golgotha, or in other
    • has its origin in this: that this living being, which we call
    • what we could call the stone-soul, experiences pleasure and
    • spiritual scientifically at these people at the beginning of
    • this world disappears. We call this unconsciousness.
    • world. Therefore these things were, what we call physical outer
    • the influence of Ahriman, or as Goethe called him,
    • which we call the ahrimanic, could penetrate, and after a
    • certain time error and illusion stepped in. That which we call
    • the principals of this world, as we call them in the Bible.
    • what we call forces of nature, were linked to human thinking
    • it happened, through humanity's so called luciferic influence
    • ahrimanic influence. This being we call Ahriman stands in a
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    • am about to make may possibly give offence to so-called
    • the new growth of so-called Darwinism to be subjected to
    • of which we are speaking. We call this epoch of materialistic
    • materialistically inclined that these discoveries became
    • ancestry comes in?’ Huxley did not rise till the meeting called
    • there were an ancestor whom I should feel shame in recalling it would
    • have every reason to call attention to the great things which
    • solved. Du Bois-Reymond calls this the “astronomic”
    • physically descended from the “archetype,” while
    • physically still more imperfect ancestor. Yet, at the time of
    • something we may call spiritual, but he has as yet not come to
    • whole host of them, which he calls atoms!
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    • active, basically speaking, to this day. The one — albeit
    • Call to mind the lectures we have given here, especially the
    • speak radically: those who stood under the influence of
    • conversation. Though it is not historically recorded, by
    • systematic lecture, but to speak to your hearts, albeit calling
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    • Capricorn, as it is called nowadays. In the true symbol, however,
    • agriculture — husbandmen. This was the third calling in ancient
    • The fourth calling was that of a mariner, In very early times, ships
    • ships trading together. This is symbolical of the fourth calling which
    • calling. (For example, the archer — Sagittarius — is also
    • is prone to be lost. Basically speaking, then, life makes for a
    • Saturn, Jupiter, Mars — the so-called outer planets —
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    • may be called the inner essence of things, for that lies beyond the
    • spiritual world. But what Spiritual Science calls Imagination,
    • led in the right way towards what I have called in one of my Mystery
    • he enters more automatically into what he will have to express later
    • automatically, and out of passions and instincts express love for our
    • into his language more automatically, when through his instincts and
    • perceived we are called upon to understand it.
    • has had to be united automatically with his language and his race. In
    • active in the life of soul, or operate automatically.
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    • the Gnosis, as it is called, to interpret Christianity in the light of
    • Julian, the so-called Apostate, who wants to unite the old pagan
    • are called upon to lay hold of Christianity in a more elementary way,
    • what may be called the working of the Divine in the life of man.
    • against the early, more characteristically Eastern form of
    • ask: What am I called upon to do, in view of my particular situation
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    • present the book of folk tales called
    • on trying, at Leipzig, to train himself for his calling as a
    • his hearers, as they hung upon his words, he sought to call forth a
    • also shared — at having been able to call Fichte to his University
    • August in calling to his University the man who had most freely
    • needed, in calling Fichte into his service. This invitation was described
    • be bought cheaply in Reklam's Universal Library) was called
    • then Fichte's was a nature which stood by itself. He may be called
    • metaphorically of course, to strike out fiercely with his
    • He filled the position so energetically that he was only able to
    • follows: at that time there was appearing at Berlin a periodical called
    • such a way that we desire to have his image as if plastically
    • His own people can visualize him, by bringing his image plastically
    • only thus plastically that he can be understood; but if we open the
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    • basically no more is left today, especially for the city dweller, than
    • tales of what they wanted to feel and should feel, when the so-called
    • As Herod from his window calls:
    • colloquial speech, up to the time of the so-called magyarization in
    • preceded by the so-called Paradise play, the play of Adam and
    • of Christmas trees. An aesthetically sensitive eye must find it
    • a matter of course. But for an aesthetically sensitive eye it remains
    • 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. In fact it can be historically
    • night because they expected to see physically, materially, that a
    • Now I ask you, please notice what this means: to call upon Nature in
    • attempt to deepen artistically what we can gain from Spiritual
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    • if the words of this man were a hundred times more logically sound
    • receiving what we call the anthroposophical conception of the world.
    • mood he is met by the great teacher Krishna. Here we must call
    • call a universal egoism. Through this very riddle we must reach out
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    • is placed before us in the so-called miracles and signs; each working
    • cannot be other than artistically, beautifully composed, in the
    • the whole of Europe. What is to be called Eastern land belongs
    • called “trivial” in a special sense. That holds true in
    • what is often called dogma in occultism — something that
    • every form of dogmatism, and he does so radically. Here we come up
    • given in the Vedas dogmatically as the disciples of the Veda
    • worlds. Krishna has called Arjuna's attention to something that from
    • discovers and calls nerves he begins to perceive as a
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    • will have this experience fairly easily. He will recall something he
    • energetically the exercises given in my book
    • fate and could never recall without pain and bitterness. Now
    • what we call our world expands into a new region. We realize why it
    • describe to you what may be called the occult development of
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    • pursue some useful calling and play a useful part in community life?”
    • activity has penetrated deeply into the minds of the so-called
    • called Krishna.
    • call our everyday consciousness the lowest realm. About it lies a
    • call it — and it is a necessity for existence.
    • materialistically-minded friends will find it easy to refute us.
    • describing what may be called the general scenery of that realm.
    • There are also Beings we meet there, whom we may call Elemental
    • call attention to something that could only originate in the
    • One was descended from the so-called Nathan line of the House of
    • call the Christ, Who remained on earth altogether for three years.
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    • fix our attention on a great law of existence, I mean what is called
    • age this should theoretically be impossible, for what constitutes the
    • as well. Here I will call your attention to a cycle I have often
    • these forces — for what are names? We can call them the
    • call the latter the age of self-consciousness.
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    • aspect, calling him Krishna. We must realize how Arjuna meets that
    • they come from diametrically opposite directions. We can make very
    • who can think specifically, “all mankind” by no means
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    • enables him to build up systematically a knowledge of those kingdoms
    • knowledge this is not the case. It would be logically possible
    • faculty that raises him above animals. Logically, that is. But even
    • I wanted to call your
    • what we call the Lemurian Age, the beginning, strictly speaking, of
    • mankind exoterically. Today I have endeavored to present the matter
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    • Everything we may call
    • evolution. Still earlier was what we call sleep-consciousness, a
    • depths of the future for them. I mean what we call Imaginative
    • been called a sattwa understanding of the mineral kingdom. In
    • call forth a certain condition in him, just as for ordinary
    • understanding the three kingdoms of nature call forth conditions of
    • clairvoyant perception corresponding to purified clairvoyance, calls
    • call the spirit “light” then the tamas condition is
    • describing light. It is entirely correct to call the light colors —
    • sattwa colors. In this sense too green must be called a rajas color;
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    • calls mild, gentle food. Whereas rajas food, which we described
    • which gives us an idea of how different men were then. They called
    • smell. For our present incarnation we could not properly call that
    • guiding the universe. They were completely attached to the so-called
    • only so far as what we may call the ghost-like, which in its
    • materialistic meeting. Why is such a meeting called? The illusion is
    • introduced the new age. The world around men did not call forth clear
    • rise to still higher conditions. This ascent was called “entering
    • the time of the Gita, Krishna calls devotion. “All
    • generator of the self-consciousness that is to come, Krishna calls
    • entered we may call the Jesus-path if we would speak in an occult
    • we call anthroposophy, that it produces inconvenient results for many
    • by our efforts is endeavoring to take its place in what is called the
    • physically embodied in this boy or girl.” We could not do this
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    • everything that we call the nature of the Mysteries. It is not for
    • regions of the soul is not called forth only when one approaches it
    • this connection I call courage and fearlessness moral qualities.
    • first can be called “Coming into contact with the Experience of
    • World”; the third was called in the Egyptian and other Mysteries
    • we call sense-perception. This follows from what has already been
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    • might say, according to the sympathies of Darwinistically-inclined
    • so-called natural death is brought about through an inner conformity
    • recall those devastating visitations among earlier European peoples
    • so-called untimely death.
    • theoretically, at least — the ground was taken from under their
    • of the spiritual worlds into the physical world the forces which call
    • most tragic guise. He called them the “malice of things”.
    • — not in a bad sense but emphatically in a good one — that
    • Thus — ironically, one might say — a decision was reached,
    • This experience was always called “Seeing the Sun at
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    • But pictures call up for you long-past happenings, showing you that in
    • as they are called — currents proceed which build up the spinal
    • feelings were the experiences of the so-called Egyptian Isis
    • into what one may call the super-sensible equivalent of that which one
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    • The God who was called Osiris has forsaken these realms. He is
    • sinking tragically out of sight. It reappeared, and could be looked
    • new Initiation, must have centres where there can be recalled to human
    • of the cosmic forces through the signs of the Zodiac were those called
    • have the humanised Cosmos. What we may call the pedagogical high
    • of the goddess called Iblis, the daughter of Eblis; and among all evil
    • call Lucifer. Iblis is a kind of feminine aspect of Eblis, the
    • way, and yet it stands so dramatically before us in the antithesis
    • something that can be called, in a crude sense, a double nature. To a
    • Hence there will be an ever more insistent call to test the fruits of
    • cleverer, in the sense in which it is fashionable to call people
    • plastically modeled through thinking. If only such thoughts are
    • called Saelde by Wolfram von Eschenbach, the very life that
    • call forth pictures of deep soul-processes, I have sought above all to
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    • present point of time, the etheric body of man has practically the
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    • shall return to this later on. Here we will merely recall the
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    • called the life of dream.
    • of the head of newly-born babes where the soft matter recalls the
    • Earth of wisdom. Today we may call it an Earth of love.
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    • In ancient times, the various degrees of Initiation were called by
    • manifestation of reality; it was called by
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    • the third day, at the call of the hierophant, the Spirit came down
    • who was called to new life by the voice of Christ Himself. John is
    • days of the Vedas it was practically unknown. In the ages when there
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    • The Bearing of the Cross refers, symbolically, to a virtue of
    • shoulders, may be called a feeling of indentification with the whole
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    • What on the Earth we call feeling comes back again to Earth in
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    • The astral organs of perception are called in occultism, the
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    • vertically upright and with the animal form a Cross — the Cross
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    • second stage of clairvoyant vision are called by Dionysius the
    • harmony we hear the voice of all beings. This harmony was called by
    • The Initiate who has attained to this degree is called the
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    • movements of this being — whom we cannot really call
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    • through a phase called the Old Moon period. But this Old Moon phase of
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    • magnetically acts on this layer and disrupts it. Nevertheless, when
    • sympathetically by volcanic phenomena — by the convulsions of the
    • new cataclysms because reciprocally the evil souls exert an exciting
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    • it possible to speak of them openly. They have been called the seven
    • himself all those qualities which were prophetically manifest in the
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    • This sixth epoch which will be radically different from our own, will
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    • called synoptic because they can be taken together to form a
    • documents. They begin to explain them symbolically. They
    • explaining symbolically the Christ myth and the Bible in
    • called wheels, chakrams or lotus flowers. The two-petalled
    • what is called meditation. This means that the soul sinks
    • occurrence is described pictorially and symbolically in the
    • occult language this union with the higher world is called
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    • call to mind the Lazarus miracle in connection with the
    • Physically the stigmata appear. In the case of certain saints
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    • called that of the “Lion”. Such an initiate had
    • him. In Persia such an initiate was called a
    • “Persian”. In Greece one would have called him a
    • as a symbol of the fifth grade of initiation, is called the
    • ‘Before that, Philip called thee, when thou wast under
    • basically, equally valid expressions of the highest
    • Therefore one called what lived in man, the God in man. Thus
    • theosophically, this image carries a truly beautiful and
    • had a significance. Suppose someone was called James
    • scientific term for the soul element. If I call somebody
    • called by their initiate names: James means water, Peter
    • higher self. If I call somebody John (Johannes), then he is
    • express it by calling the skeleton the exterior; water, the
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    • and went away. Immediately afterwards, Boehme heard his name being called:
    • first of all see through our sense-organs what Theosophy calls the physical
    • body has been thus transformed by the “I” is called
    • upon the etheric body. Then he will be called a Chela, a pupil. He can
    • in this body by his own efforts is called Buddhi. This is the
    • has reached this stage is called an Adept; he will then have developed in
    • himself what we call Atma. Atma is the seventh member of man's
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    • desires and passions, which live in what we call the astral body. Ordinary
    • shape was apparent, spiritual beings, called gods or devas, now reveal
    • of Devachan is a world of sounds the sounds which Pythagoras called
    • land on Earth and is therefore called the “Continental Mass”
    • body. This second region is called the “Ocean” of Devachan.
    • we call the Akasha Chronicle. Whatever a person has done and accomplished
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    • period between death and a new birth? To call death the elder brother
    • from it. If we want to understand sleep properly, we must recall the
    • called Kamaloka, the place of desires. It is not some region set apart:
    • so that to call this condition one of burning thirst is very appropriate.
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    • important, something that may be called its fruit, survives. The total
    • behind what I have called a concentrated essence of forces. So with each
    • time Christ called Himself the “Lamb of God”, and the first
    • they were recalled to life by the Sun. Hence the constellation in which
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    • is karmically determined if a man in his previous life was compelled
    • this will work karmically into the etheric body of his next life: he
    • of the Huns, is called in the Nordic language, Atli — meaning someone
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    • something comparable to what we call conscience. We find that in the
    • If you recall what I said
    • Beauty thus develops, karmically, out of pain, suffering, privation
    • quite radically those who by nature are wholly evil. And then the
    • course, be compensated for karmically, but in this instance they had
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    • recall what has been said about the being of man. Man has seven members:
    • thigh-bone. Every single bone is so artistically structured and wisely
    • time it was a planet called, in occult science, Saturn. Altogether there
    • period has always been called Pralaya, and the period of incorporation,
    • heavenly bodies which are called so today. Our Sun is a fixed star;
    • of a fixed star. In the same way the Old Moon, as we call it, is not
    • is called in Theosophy a Round, or a Life-condition. Each Round can
    • to Arupa. These phases, called “Globes”, are Form-conditions.
    • to Mars to such an extent that the first half of its evolution is called
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • no water, only this subtle material we call ether. The whole body was
    • as it then was, is called “water” in occult science.
    • the ancients call this universal Ego, Atma — Atmen, the
    • of that time: these were the gods who in Christian tradition are called
    • Bible calls them the tempters of humanity. They tempted man in so far
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    • it for himself alone but for all the others, and they are called upon
    • and his outer senses. He lives and works in what we call the waking
    • world and ordinary reality. We may call this the dream-state, and it
    • be represented symbolically in dream: for instance, you may have a headache
    • you cannot possibly experience physically. You will find that in your
    • a stage is soon reached when the pupil not only sees what is physically
    • experienced by the pupils is called “continuity of
    • does not want to injure himself, morally as well as physically, he must
    • the seasons, of day and night, and so on. Plants, too, grow rhythmically.
    • set it in the centre of your thinking, and then logically arrange your
    • from your family circumstances, your education, your calling and so
    • over egotistically to them. The greatest artists owe their greatest
    • also called Yoga. Here, an initiated man living on the physical plane
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    • Eastern training calls for strict submission to the Guru. I will describe
    • command, Do not lie, if you recall what I said about the astral
    • all this the Yoga teacher would call stealing. With us, social relations
    • expresses symbolically a higher truth is gradually rejected. This is
    • occult schools, where it was called the finding of the Stone of the
    • your breath and breathing out again — this must be done rhythmically,
    • counterpart is called Dhyanam.
    • red marks (stigmata) appear at those places on his body which are called
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    • Rosicrucian pupil has to distinguish two things, not merely theoretically
    • but practically, so that they become part of his everyday life. There are
    • two forms of self-knowledge — the lower form, called by the
    • only a small part of the Great Self outside. Certain methods of so-called
    • This healing method calls itself Christian, but in fact it is
    • called learning the occult script. There is in fact such a
    • corresponds to the Eastern Samadhi. It is called divine blessedness,
    • training are more inward, and call for a subtle cultivation of the higher
    • egg. This topmost layer is called the Mineral Earth.
    • layer, called the Fluid Earth; it consists of a substance to which there
    • in his Divine Comedy calls this layer the Cain-layer. It was here
    • into something I would call a spiritual atmosphere — in which
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    • specifically medical. Or perhaps I should ask, have any physicians
    • psychopathic cases, cases of mentally handicapped or psychically
    • extensively by calling on the authority of the Church Fathers'
    • the soul, we are going beyond the so-called normal relation of that
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • priest's profession just as carefully. Priests whose calling is not
    • not merely diagrammatically as it is now being presented to you. They
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    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • Then, in the waking state, the so-called normal relation prevails among
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • underestimate it — they pay attention if a so-called sick
    • professionally; they feel contempt for the professional. They call
    • experiencing. Very often such a person is simply called “one of
    • call this “active prayer,” “active
    • first stage and call what they perceive “the first dwelling
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
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    • such people and is called by them “entrance into the first
    • find in them what can only be called a paradox: the healthy
    • automatically become active in the self-healing of these abnormal
    • will never be able to call human beings free, for by their very
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    • we call “first teeth,” which last until the time we call
    • the true cause of the so-called “children's diseases.”
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • rigid physically, and for that reason cannot be held fully
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    • for reproducing details of memory as though automatically. It is
    • could be called a proper saturation of the physical body by the
    • organ, manifesting in so-called “seizures,” all the
    • in its pure spirituality. This is called “rest in God” or
    • condition called idiocy, in which the human personality is lost, in
    • mirror-picture of the “rest in God.” We can call it
    • states, with what in everyday life is called idiocy, while the
    • previous conditions would be called mental retardation.
    • us deep concern. This is called congenital mental retardation —
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
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    • in one or the other direction from what can be called
    • so-called scientific culture views our ancestors. You will see at
    • a spiritual offense. Basically this was the belief that one does not
    • what they call love of humanity and love of things, particularly to
    • compulsive mania (today, in materialistic terms, we would call it
    • suicide, for Raimund could not be called a fully responsible
    • tragically. Thus this case obliges us to study the concrete details
    • This does not mean one becomes sentimental and goes calling on a
    • callers — or for hearty jollities either! They do have an
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    • to science, there is a definite so-called flash point, and the heat
    • called water, when everything that was fluid was called water. We can
    • that in earlier epochs was called earth, the name for everything in
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    • the human being what I would like for the moment to call a refined
    • spiritual colonies — they can be called that, or something
    • is not merely a soul-spiritual force: it is the force that calls
    • the tasks of Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn? Recall, dear friends, what I
    • forces modified by the forces of the so-called outer planets.
    • therapeutically on an unhealthy moon activity — and so forth.
    • human being is born not physically, but spiritually. If we add to the
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    • physically active forces and substances, but this is something that
    • knowledge, that psychopaths and the so-called mentally disturbed are
    • those mineral processes. In them is what we can call world-ego. So we
    • person, the physically sick person, is in the former condition I was
    • only to the slightest degree from so-called normal, something can be
    • condition called a “rash.” This corresponds exactly to
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    • that from every possible center, whatever it may be called, all kinds
    • spiritual life was called — and still is called —
    • largest intervals for human perception, it will be the so-called
    • finer breathing for our so-called spiritual life — we find the
    • seventy-two years, the so-called human life span. And we get 25,920
    • alternation is within the element of time; and for so-called nature,
    • do we relate physically to the Platonic year? There we relate to
    • and recall that in olden
    • up. One is called Andromeda, another has another Greek name.
    • one calls a lady capricious. And the meteorological Lady is
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    • given to what today would be called physical conditions. That is, the
    • solid, which was called “earth”; all fluids, which were
    • called “water”; everything gaseous, which was called
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • existence of their own. What today are called elements are actually
    • what in olden times were called elements were understood not as
    • gods. Put schematically (see drawing), this corresponds to the facts:
    • world: the initiate called this “meeting with the upper
    • the answer must be — the Being whom we call the Father when we
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    • specifically medical. Or perhaps I should ask, have any physicians
    • psychopathic cases, cases of mentally handicapped or psychically
    • extensively by calling on the authority of the Church Fathers'
    • the soul, we are going beyond the so-called normal relation of that
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • priest's profession just as carefully. Priests whose calling is not
    • not merely diagrammatically as it is now being presented to you. They
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    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • waking state, the so-called normal relation prevails among these four
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • underestimate it — they pay attention if a so-called sick
    • professionally; they feel contempt for the professional. They call
    • experiencing. Very often such a person is simply called “one of
    • call this “active prayer,” “active
    • first stage and call what they perceive “the first dwelling
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
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    • such people and is called by them “entrance into the first
    • find in them what can only be called a paradox: the healthy
    • automatically become active in the self-healing of these abnormal
    • will never be able to call human beings free, for by their very
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    • we call “first teeth,” which last until the time we call
    • the true cause of the so-called “children's diseases.”
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • rigid physically, and for that reason cannot be held fully
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    • for reproducing details of memory as though automatically. It is
    • could be called a proper saturation of the physical body by the
    • organ, manifesting in so-called “seizures,” all the
    • in its pure spirituality. This is called “rest in God” or
    • condition called idiocy, in which the human personality is lost, in
    • mirror-picture of the “rest in God.” We can call it
    • states, with what in everyday life is called idiocy, while the
    • previous conditions would be called mental retardation.
    • us deep concern. This is called congenital mental retardation —
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
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    • in one or the other direction from what can be called
    • so-called scientific culture views our ancestors. You will see at
    • a spiritual offense. Basically this was the belief that one does not
    • what they call love of humanity and love of things, particularly to
    • compulsive mania (today, in materialistic terms, we would call it
    • suicide, for Raimund could not be called a fully responsible
    • tragically. Thus this case obliges us to study the concrete details
    • This does not mean one becomes sentimental and goes calling on a
    • callers — or for hearty jollities either! They do have an
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    • to science, there is a definite so-called flash point, and the heat
    • called water, when everything that was fluid was called water. We can
    • that in earlier epochs was called earth, the name for everything in
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    • the human being what I would like for the moment to call a refined
    • spiritual colonies — they can be called that, or something
    • is not merely a soul-spiritual force: it is the force that calls
    • the tasks of Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn? Recall, dear friends, what I
    • forces modified by the forces of the so-called outer planets.
    • therapeutically on an unhealthy moon activity — and so forth.
    • human being is born not physically, but spiritually. If we add to the
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 9
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    • physically active forces and substances, but this is something that
    • knowledge, that psychopaths and the so-called mentally disturbed are
    • those mineral processes. In them is what we can call world-ego. So we
    • person, the physically sick person, is in the former condition I was
    • only to the slightest degree from so-called normal, something can be
    • condition called a “rash.” This corresponds exactly to
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    • that from every possible center, whatever it may be called, all kinds
    • spiritual life was called — and still is called —
    • largest intervals for human perception, it will be the so-called
    • finer breathing for our so-called spiritual life — we find the
    • seventy-two years, the so-called human life span. And we get 25,920
    • alternation is within the element of time; and for so-called nature,
    • do we relate physically to the Platonic year? There we relate to
    • and recall that in olden
    • up. One is called Andromeda, another has another Greek name.
    • one calls a lady capricious. And the meteorological Lady is
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    • given to what today would be called physical conditions. That is, the
    • solid, which was called “earth”; all fluids, which were
    • called “water”; everything gaseous, which was called
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • existence of their own. What today are called elements are actually
    • what in olden times were called elements were understood not as
    • gods. Put schematically (see drawing), this corresponds to the facts:
    • world: the initiate called this “meeting with the upper
    • the answer must be — the Being whom we call the Father when we
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    • in six or seven days. When the man of today calls to life in his
    • back historically, or geologically, we must realise that, if we are
    • supersensibly. What we call Genesis does not begin with the
    • Genesis account points us back. Today there is practically no way of
    • in such a way that when a letter was sounded it called up in the soul
    • enabled the soul to call up imaginal pictures which were not wholly
    • condition, which we call the Moon evolution. There the watery element
    • in our present earth we call solid. But the old Moon evolution has a
    • that what we today call solid is able to form.
    • today call matter — to begin to condense. If we fix this moment
    • Call up before your
    • the first letter, called forth the weaving of the habitation in substance;
    • around you, calling up in your souls by inner activity certain
    • productive meditation, this cogitation, which calls forth a
    • Beings called in Genesis the Elohim, reflecting within themselves.
    • their musing is cosmic — call forth by reflection from within
    • these cosmic Beings, who are called in Genesis the Elohim, musing in
    • to outward manifestation, is disposed to call forth some outside
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    • scientific knowledge we call to mind what it was that, after its passage
    • yesterday that what we call solidity, the state which offers a
    • this. The sound which resembles our own T calls up a picture of
    • described. The character of the sound resembling our B, called forth
    • then the whole will seem a wonderful cosmic drama. Let us recall once
    • called up in our own souls. Thus we may think of the Elohim as
    • your own when on awakening you call up thoughts in your souls. You
    • say: “When I awake in the morning and recall what has
    • recall what took place during the ancient Saturn, Sun and Moon
    • correct to call this elemental existence their “garment”;
    • externally. Thus what we call air, water, warmth, are maya,
    • call man, with his own peculiar organisation, into existence, that is
    • Beings who existed before man, the Beings whom the Bible calls
    • that their more specifically bodily part lived in the air and the
    • condition. We have constructed a complex of spherically interwoven
    • first verse of the Bible is called ha'arets — earth.
    • Now let us recall
    • know that at that time there was no separation of what we today call
    • earlier lectures that we are accustomed to enumerate what we call the
    • by calling them finer substances. The main thing is to recognise them
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    • the man who on awakening calls up in his mind a certain content; it
    • light into space. Our planetary evolution, as I have called it,
    • of the Sun evolution these conditions did obtain, even physically
    • — that is to say, physically to the density of air. Today they
    • cannot exist physically at all. The form of activity which at that
    • group-souls are one and the same reality as what we call species. At
    • threw off the sparkling blossoms of plant existence, these physically
    • individualised as on our earth today. I have expressly called
    • group-souls of the plants, what we today call the species, which to
    • re-emergence in a supersensible realm of what we call plant species.
    • touched on the question of what we may call human worth. In many
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    • recall what we have learnt from that source about the conditions of
    • existence which we call Saturn. We must be quite clear that this
    • lectures, of which the first will be called: How can Anthroposophy be
    • towards a more rarefied, more etheric condition, so that if we call
    • call the condition next above warmth, light, or light-ether. Thus, if
    • lies spiritually behind all existence. We might call it
    • weight, we might also call it the ether of numbers. Thus we rise from
    • confused with what modern science calls earth. What is described here
    • call the earth element proper — what we have called the
    • consonance to which I called attention yesterday, when what we can
    • first, a trinity which we call the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. You
    • know that then we come to a second hierarchy which we call the Kyriotetes
    • we call Exusiai or Powers, or Spirits of Form. We know from what we
    • called Elohim. Thus the Elohim are lofty, sublime spiritual Beings
    • account by the Beings whom we have called the Archai, or the Spirits
    • God called the light Day. This is a real stumbling-block for the
    • these powers, these Beings, they called Aeons. By these Aeons they do
    • the Archai. Thus the spiritual Beings whom we call Spirits of
    • Personality, or Principalities, are the same as those called in
    • there too I called the Archai Time-Spirits, and described how they
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    • we recall what we have learnt so far about our
    • Beings whom we call Spirits of Personality, Time-Spirits, Archai.
    • light and darkness. We can call the manifestation of the more
    • we have co-existing the two stages of evolution which we can call
    • apparition called “matter,” there is in actual fact
    • night, is a later form of what is called darkness in Genesis. None of
    • And God called the light Day (yom), and the darkness He called
    • call the Spirit of the Age. If we look around at the way our own
    • activities which not only call an external plant life into existence,
    • but which are now to call forth an inner life, an inner life capable
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    • of spiritual Beings. To include what we today call our physical body,
    • Beings are none other than those whom we call the Spirits of Will.
    • one is the calling up in memory of the idea of the rose, which could
    • solid, that they separate off the solid and call it earth, in this we
    • the deepest reverence for the exalted Beings we call the Spirits of
    • Spirits of Will, whom in Christian esotericism we also call the
    • existence called these Spirits Thrones, because they built thrones
    • we are accustomed to call them in Christian esotericism — are
    • making manifest what we call matter, it announces itselfas the
    • whom we call the Seraphim move and have their being in this
    • calls Jahve-Elohim.
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    • object-consciousness. I have for many years been calling attention to
    • today call our environment, what we perceive in the vegetable, the
    • deceptions to those who are training themselves esoterically to
    • I have often called
    • called for the whole evolutionary transition from the Moon to the
    • earth, called for an entirely different kind of cleavage in our
    • which we have on earth and which we call solid and liquid are not to
    • life; then what we call number, or sound-ether; then light-ether;
    • what we call spiritual sound was not perceived by the Elohim as
    • waters ... and it was so. And God called the firmament Heaven. And the
    • insight into the composition of what are called the first and second
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    • And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would callCh. II, v.19
    • word called forth in the soul of the Hebrew sage a mental picture
    • in spiritual scientific terminology we call the sentient soul, which
    • above in the ether there weaves what we call the consciousness soul,
    • be clothed in a body. At the end of what is called in the Bible the
    • soul-spiritual man which today we should call the consciousness soul,
    • you will recall that when the astral body is outside the
    • the planetary Beings. That is the very reason why we call it the
    • during the next period, which Genesis calls the fifth
    • beings had already condensed physically in the region of air and
    • what we call the physical body came into existence on the sixth day
    • too much inclined to think materialistically. Hence he at once thinks
    • you must still call that physical existence, and there was such
    • we come to what we call the Luciferic
    • practically poured themselves into the human astral body, so that
    • more urged by greed, more self-centred; in short what we today call
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    • withdrew from the earth, which the Elohim called
    • we call the separation of the moon. Had a man been living on the
    • earth physically harder, more fissured. To get a picture of what the
    • Elohim and of Jahve-Elohim. By what name could they have called those
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    • coincided with the cosmic event which we have called the advancement
    • whom we call Jahve-Elohim. The first phase of the action of the moon
    • physically the beings of the air and of the water. How does Genesis
    • became living creatures — became what we today call living
    • become a creature physically resembling the animals. The group-souls
    • living creatures by what one might almost call a premature act of
    • goes inwards. We could also call this the progress from Elohim-man to
    • And now we must call
    • called “God,” and Jahve-Elohim called “the Lord
    • about the great goal of their activity, which we call man. Let us
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    • festival. It contains a call to man to lift himself up to the worlds
    • call what he has, ‘Christianity’ — through this, a tendency to
    • And if we would turn to spiritual knowledge, it is emphatically not
    • words, they go on uttering them more or less automatically, they make
    • understanding of the enmity cherished by the modern materialistically
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    • warning, warning most pessimistically against listening to those who
    • belief professed by the vast majority of those calling themselves
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    • “world-body,” as we may call it.
    • of calling this material culture an earthly culture! Moreover
    • soul may be called a deep and intimate understanding in regard to
    • from the realm of man and are called Bodhisattvas. Herein lies the
    • — we call Christ. But a name cannot encompass the Divine Spirit
    • this personal egoism and realise that they have no right to call
    • to believe that the Being Whom you call Christ is subject to
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    • This is what the Easter thought must call up in us to-day. Easter
    • outpouring of the Spirit, since this thought has been dogmatically
    • calls you to a spirit-awakening.
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    • received what we may call the primal wisdom. The revelations
    • Being we call the Christ to enter the realm of earthly life, the
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    • what they are now wont to call religion, the substance and content of
    • Bible; the so-called ‘Silver Codex,’ consisting of the four Gospels
    • bodies by day, increased in clarity and definition. Paradoxically
    • what is called the “Holy Night,” he was able to see through
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    • now called Easter — and it was celebrated far and wide among
    • telling of how the Power, which was later called Christ, made Himself
    • spiritualised physical body is called Atma or Atman (Atem
    • — this is the call that echoes in our hearts from the spiritual
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    • called in this way by the onworking Christ Power to bear this mighty
    • without meaning that Faust is called back by the Easter bells from the
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    • Further out we find the so-called etheric body, and still further
    • Many of those who, on account of their so-called scientific
    • faith, which from another aspect can be called the astral body, so are
    • called it, the etheric body, the body of life-forces. For the chief
    • This shriveling of the forces of love can also be called a shriveling
    • forces we need emphatically as life-giving forces are those of hope,
    • or not we shall be physically alive. We do, however, know one thing
    • — that if we are physically alive the next day there will be
    • materialistically say: The Christ, reckoning with the weaknesses,
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    • feature of our age as something affecting us merely theoretically or
    • scientifically; as Anthroposophists we must rise to an ever fuller
    • “Formerly our souls could rise to the world we call that of the
    • those now going through the world apathetically, ignoring what
    • fifth post-Atlantean culture-epoch, the Graeco-Latin, as it is called.
    • but actually they are more ready to do so than those calling
    • giving it thereby the character of ardent faith. We have only to call
    • be interpreted as the reflection of faith in what we may call the
    • different form — different even from that which can be called
    • call the successor of Gautama Buddha, was incarnated in the
    • greatest teacher of the good. For that reason he has been called in
    • magically, the nature of the Mystery of Golgotha. Hence in this
    • connection also we are approaching what we may call the future moral
    • the reflection of what we call hope; when, strengthened through the
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    • ourselves to all the different organs which form our body physically.
    • learns to grasp. Thus certain things are acquired systematically. The
    • physically.” Thus lie the facts for our Ego. The Ego is
    • — the preceding life; this we call the passage of the human soul
    • what we call the astral body; then the sentient soul to the age of
    • which would theoretically have been able to care for the full life of
    • relatively short time, between death and rebirth, in what I might call
    • Cosmic Wisdom which now calls away a number of souls, that they may be
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    • influential. She forsook the artistic calling which was previously so
    • centuries are karmically connected with their causes, the battles of
    • deeply in their hearts that its force became truly cosmically
    • not to be taken literally — they feel themselves above, and call
    • Now, many who to-day oppose what we call Spiritual Science, cannot
    • upheld among the so-called ‘normal’ people of to-day. And
    • sleep life in a special form during the time we call Kamaloka, and
    • called the Kamaloka life. This life follows. It is of such a nature
    • earth-life just elapsed, and which we are accustomed to call the life
    • aright — not only theoretically but so to grasp them that they
    • perhaps feel sorry for the dead man, but that is quite uncalled for;
    • the possibility of ethically preparing our next incarnation in the
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    • able to work as if prophetically through the entire life, which would
    • really evolves more and more in a definite direction. One might call
    • it that of the so-called ‘concept of being.’ And to-day
    • first arouse them into that which one here calls
    • themselves to-day: Why must so many men be called into the spiritual
    • life. Many who are now called away will help to prevent the earth from
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 4: The Connection Between the Spiritual and the Physical Worlds, and How They Are Experienced After Death
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    • solved if we have the courage to approach what may be called the
    • physical bodies can be perceived by the so-called dead, and
    • theoretically, as can any statement concerning physical reality;
    • that men would then be without. But theoretically, it might be
    • there lives what may be called a dim knowledge of what takes place in
    • that something actually takes place through the help of the so-called
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
    • feel an inner objection to calling it wisdom. But these people display
    • through life with much more, of what we might call calculation, than
    • course. We call this growing old for the quite trivial reason that
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    • reality, in that one beholds it. But physically, even for those who do
    • human life, one discovers wisdom in the so-called accident, but a
    • continually active in order to call forth the concepts anew. When we
    • modern German literature. I might call it a pearl among German novels.
    • It is called Hofrat Eysenhardt. It is really one of the best
    • as we may call it. Now, this made such an impression on him that he
    • an extraordinary sagacious, philosophically inclined man, said:
    • Freund are practically identical.’ This unity, this uniting of
    • could be recalled so easily. Just consider how interesting it is that
    • realistically does he write. And we see in such a novel that Berger
    • in what we have always called Kamaloka, after having caused an
    • could see the spiritual events in which man is entangled. Exoterically
    • accustomed to think scientifically, and who merely have to raise their
    • Within the sphere of consciousness so-called logical reasons are
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    • investigating it by means of critical knowledge. And many to-day call
    • perception, and of what the so-called critical progressive thought has
    • this critical thinker feels a little mystically inclined, and says:
    • through our senses.” And he calls these senses ‘Accidental
    • followers of Fritz Mauthner has written a brochure called
    • remind ourselves of what he calls memory. We fasten that on to the
    • I have experienced a kind of Christmas sadness — one cannot call
    • naturally sees this outer world materialistically in our epoch, quite
    • with this world. Therefore such radically vain thinking never reaches
    • of them rightly for a moment and call them substantives. Certainly
    • Festival of the Birth of our Lord is called the Christmas Eve, with us
    • it is called the Holy Evening; the following day is the Holy Day and
    • solemnity, to which the bells call one through the quiet solemn air of
    • custom of the country, calling at the different villages, and were
    • epoch, historically inserted into the beginning of our era, where
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    • into the cavity of the body. This is called the sympathetic nervous
    • became visible to themselves. By means of the so-called Kundalini Fire
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    • Wisdom, which is also called Word, and thirdly Will. When we speak of
    • the sphere of activity, every single activity calls forth a counter
    • the counter effect of our activity. Thus each activity calls forth
    • this. In a narrower sense this activity is called human karma. What I
    • blow, that is activity and calls forth a counter blow. This is balance
    • restoring justice — karma. Every action calls forth its counter
    • something of rest, of equilibrium. It is therefore also called rhythm.
    • This green was once called forth as complementary colour.
    • What man physically is and does is brought about from outside by
    • why we also call his astral body his body of desires.
    • called Kamaloka. It is a condition in which there is still desire to
    • A stroke calls forth a counterstroke; but only through many
    • has no need to pass through Devachan. This is called the renunciation
    • certain stage of development is called a Sun Hero, because his inner
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    • called Kama-manas.
    • ourselves standing before the flower called Venus Fly Trap. If we gaze
    • plane, in higher regions than that of the plant. Blavatsky calls it
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    • century. At that time a number of articles dealt with the so-called
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    • matter, the formative ether, which is also called the Chemical Ether.
    • at a place, in a condition which is called the Maha-para-nirvana
    • also called the atomic ether, because on this plane it has its own
    • arithmetically organised produces sound. Here we have an example of
    • present in the Akashic Record. Sound corresponds to something we call
    • then to create beings. Freemasonry calls these three forces wisdom,
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    • called the “pure” man. Man becomes impure through the fact
    • other into his nature. This pure man was called Adam Cadmon. When at
    • negative aspect was called by the Pythagoreans catharsis. At first man
    • and has thus become a creator, is called a Bodhisattva, which means a
    • stage higher than the Nirmana-kayas, stand those beings who are called
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    • Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, in the Secret Doctrine, called Jehovah a
    • occultism therefore the Old Moon is also called the Cosmos of Wisdom.
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    • destruction; a new impulse broke in. In occultism this is called a
    • sign of the Ram, or Lamb; hence he calls himself the Lamb of God.
    • consciousness on the mental plane. Those who were no longer physically
    • man and as woman are so radically different that two such
    • the physical incarnation is present only exoterically. The human being
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    • present as form and being. The physical body is called a temple in all
    • educated idealistically; for instance, Haeckel, Büchner, Moleschott.
    • that the leading personalities acted when they called the Theosophical
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    • the brain. Helena Petrovna Blavatsky calls this egg-shaped sheath the
    • Theosophical literature a condition of form is called a Globe and one
    • astral condition. After this it appears physically once more.
    • Akasha. This condition is in fact called ‘Akasha’. In the beginning of
    • more material form is called in occultism, for example in certain
    • This is called a spiral (Wirbel). Until the Earth stage, the fourth
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    • ourselves how it is connected with the so-called three worlds. All
    • without separateness. Consciousness of self we call the ego. Man can
    • and time. Let us try to call up before the soul everything connected
    • Arupa Plane. This is why in the Greek Mysteries the soul was called a
    • what the Buddhists call Avidja, not-knowing, drives him back into
    • drive man down. These together are called Nidanas. As man gradually
    • himself with something, a reaction is called forth. Action always
    • calls forth reaction. Everything that man does in the physical world
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    • one have what in occultism is called the physical body. In itself it
    • the so-called Asuras (the Archai) were sufficiently advanced to make
    • solar plexus developed. It is so called because still today only
    • In occultism what we have now described is again called a spiral
    • form. So thought-forms, as they are called, are made out of a kernel
    • of the nerves stream the so-called abstract thoughts, which however
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    • pupils in direct succession were intentionally called Dionysius, so
    • the Greek priests called the soul a bee, the Arupa Plane a beehive and
    • brings this about is called by natural scientists ‘adaptability’.
    • Everything however that is called adaptability conceals human activity
    • The beings whom we call Devas can do much more than human beings of
    • incarnate physically at a definite time.
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    • is why the devachanic world is called, the world of effects and the
    • is why the Egyptian occult teaching in esoteric centres called the
    • the Earth is metamorphosed into a so-called astral condition of form
    • karma which in Indian esotericism are called Nidanas:
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    • in anticipation of the future calls forth its opposite on the physical
    • three different bodies of man. These three aspects were called:
    • mentioned. He calls himself ‘the Frankfurter’. No amount of learned
    • done, taken together, is called Sanskara or the organising tendency
    • that draws him into a new earth-life. This third force is called
    • leads us to what we call contact with existence: Sparsha. Whoever
    • called contact with existence: Sparsha.
    • new element. Man becomes more involved. It is called Vedana: Feeling.
    • ever been incarnated. This is called Jata: what before birth gave the
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    • what is called Nirvana. Very much is involved in a complete
    • of anything that might be called freedom, for man is actually the
    • paint the tree, but an impression which is called up by all he
    • called in occultism: Creation out of Nothing.
    • also called Nirvana.
    • beings who descended from the Nirvana plane. They are called Monads.
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    • corresponds in our analogy to the sealing wax. Now we call thought, in
    • impression we call abstract thought. We can say when we think: ‘I feel
    • the mystics the counter-image is called Imagination. Thus we have
    • calls him the Father. Because he is so little known he is also called
    • Christian religion calls Him the Word. Here something quite exact and
    • therefore rightly called ‘the Word’, another designation is: The Son
    • thinking. Within himself man calls it ‘Spirit’; in so far as it works
    • outside in the creative forces of Nature he calls it ‘Holy Spirit’.
    • intuitive Spirit. Everything physically present has been made by this
    • unless it be eradicated by the same force which called it forth. And
    • the alteration which is called forth through our deeds is what takes
    • called: Rupa. This is because it was accomplished in Rupa, through the
    • Through all actions we call forth counter-actions as Karma, because we
    • inborn tendencies we call towards us opportunities offered by the
    • disposition lead karmically to the opportunities. Actions bring about
    • actual destiny, that comes back to us karmically.
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    • degree of development. We call these human beings Atlanteans. They
    • conglomerate substance, the astral sphere of the moon, the so-called
    • is karmically connected with it, this human bell must immediately be
    • the pole of the spiritual. The pole of animality is called ‘etheric
    • love, the giving virtue. This part of the astral body is called
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    • the astral plane have as their substance what we call feeling. They
    • in the astral forms which we ourselves create. They are the so-called
    • Kama-Manas was Jehovah. This is why Helena Petrovna Blavatsky called
    • him the Moon God; he is rightly called the God of Fertility. He caused
    • called artificial elemental beings because they are brought forth
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    • higher individualities, such as those we call Masters. They can send
    • called the relationship of man to his higher self. Such is the true
    • of the earth to differentiate itself physically to an ever greater
    • Man is called upon to enter into the atmosphere of the good Masters to
    • automatic intellect. These shells are called shades. These shades
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    • the law of effect and counter-effect. Each single effect calls forth
    • friendship we can be separated physically, so that we cannot make our
    • artistically either in a visual or plastic way, this has an effect on
    • the etheric body. An artistically formed piece of sculpture or a
    • is on the Devachanic plane. The European is practically never on the
    • Devachanic plane except when he is thinking mathematically. Certain
    • karmically the most intimate. They are creative through their own
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    • mankind. But it is not quite easy to answer, for what we today call
    • inner kernel of being which we call the Monad. We retain this kernel
    • This atmosphere — astral air one might call it — which at
    • existence the effects of our actions. We call this the creation of our
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    • Let us call to mind the point of time when, in the middle of the
    • inhabitants of the Moon. This is why we call the inhabitants of the
    • the Hebraic tradition is called Jahve; Jehovah. He was a Moon-God. He
    • promise of what human beings possess today. Esoteric religions call
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    • Root-Race is usually called the Aryan Race and includes as the First
    • call these conditions Races; thus there were seven astral Races. The
    • it is called mental substance and the Globe a Mental-Globe. There on
    • everything was only indicated. These one calls four Globes; in reality
    • called the ‘plastic’ Globe and in this respect the following Globes, a
    • together called the twelve stages of the Cosmic Year. Then the whole
    • are called Globes, and again seven on every Globe, which are called
    • dissolution belongs to a Round. Seven such Rounds are called a
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    • a condition of Consciousness is called Power
    • a Round is called Kingdom, Wisdom
    • a Globe is called Splendour, Glory
    • Going through the seven conditions of Form or Globes is called Glory.
    • become further developed in the so-called Races. Thus gradually
    • utterly destroyed. This was called the measure of things. Everything
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    • also be called a Kingdom, and the Fourth Round on the Earth we call
    • evolution. Humanity entered into a dark age. This dark age is called
    • Root-Race the Moon did so also. Everything evolved physically which
    • appeared physically, but organised in such a way that he could take
    • human being not only works plastically on his form, but will be able
    • conditions of the Rounds are also called conditions of life, because
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    • a planetary chain. They are called the three Logoi. The Third Logos
    • Logos is also often called the One who is immanent in things, the
    • Forms of beings are fashioned. This is called the work of the Third
    • the head what may be called a focal point is formed through which the
    • what the natural scientist today calls laws of nature are the thoughts
    • hand, and a sylph is called into existence. Sign, grip and word of the
    • Among the Indians the king of the gnomes is called Kshiti, the highest
    • everything takes place physically. But from what has been said, one
    • What one gives physically to the infant goes over into his astral
    • later in life the opposite qualities are not called up consciously,
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    • we can call taste a chemical sense, because it penetrates into the
    • with what we call matter. We will first follow the development of our
    • Man himself had called forth the element of fire in that he had become
    • be called evil. Then comes the Sixth Root-Race. The Fifth Root-Race is
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    • materialistically, but who seek for explanations out of the spirit
    • ...]. These events are called the battle between the hosts of the
    • so-called upper classes as opposed to the poverty-striken lower
    • emotions, he knows that by calling up these feelings he can also call
    • a breathing process. He regulates rhythmically what man has today as a
    • spirit was called: Air, Wind = Pneuma. Pneuma means a current of air
    • represented symbolically. You can represent it to yourselves in no
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    • The so-called laws of nutrition in the various civilisations appear at
    • so-called mental illnesses. They have their special methods. They know
    • The occultist calls milk: the Moon-food. Sons of the Moon are those
    • the transformed Moon food, was called by the Jewish people ‘Jehovah’.
    • stage of development. This means that we stand before a new so-called
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    • were called Druids: Drys means Oak. The strong oak was the symbol of
    • Mysteries. This is the personality who in the Bible is called Abraham.
    • this new culture is symbolically presented in the Lohengrin Saga.
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    • not a scientifically knowledgeable one, was simply indulging in a bit
    • itself physically in the nervous system; thus in the sanguine, the
    • glandular system; hence the phlegmatic is dominated physically by his
    • temperament develops when the etheric or life-body, as we call it,
    • place, not only ethically, but also in a higher sense. The
    • suffering to outside objects is what is called for.
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    • also of a higher body, the so-called “etheric body” or
    • organically formative. In an animal the sense organs, the functions
    • ascribe intelligence, all that we call “spirit,” to
    • they were doing called this spirit working actively in the animal,
    • call soul experience. Now when we study this soul experience
    • If the expression is not misunderstood, one could call the soul life
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    • recall some of the things dealt with in the last lecture.
    • inherited characteristics which we may call an outpouring of the
    • way — is for us the direct imprint of what we call the spirit
    • nature is expressed in what we call the self-conscious ego. I do not
    • namely, the gaining control over what we may call our bodily
    • what is wrongly developed in the sciences called phrenology,
    • realm of speech-sound, of concept and of what we call ego being, the
    • way it confronts us plastically in the various animal species. —
    • has something within him which carries out these laws plastically,
    • is a very special fluid” [A lecture called in
    • expresses itself physically; for fear and shame are actual processes
    • of the secrets of the blood circulation. And not dogmatically to make
    • call forth the feeling: If the spirit would continue in material
    • to a premonition of what in reality may be called the spirit. But
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    • called “trance” by those who persist in maintaining a
    • called up in the soul of the initiate. It is difficult today to form
    • as Jacob Boehme, whose first work was called, as you know, Aurora,
    • that will enable us to call up in our souls a feeling akin to religion
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    • universe and attention was called to how the forces of the human will
    • now recall that the element of will streams out from humanity on Earth
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    • called to this radical reversal. For it is essential to realise once
    • period between death and a new birth, not what could be called Saturn
    • many individuals who are what is called “unconventional” in
    • something takes place here which may be called the technique of the
    • that concepts must be radically transformed if the universe is to be
    • understood. For in everything we see here on the earth, physically to
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    • planets. Today I should like to add, aphoristically at least, some of
    • reality, we must not call the rose an entity in the same sense as a
    • If I am to sketch it diagrammatically, it will be somewhat like this
    • to earth-existence. Naturally, a more complicated plant form calls for
    • practically everywhere today the scientific mind, through a kind of
    • are minerals which give off radiations, among them the so-called
    • is known that certain rays — alpha rays they are called —
    • critically near to ancient initiation-Science. And just as today
    • * The attention of readers is called particularly to the following two
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    • connected with what we call our anthroposophical striving. We began
    • pass historically before my soul.” Even the complications that
    • call our human understanding that we, as modern men, can say that the
    • might be called the divine enlightenment of everyday life seems quite
    • difference, a significant cleft, between what may be called the spirit
    • in man and what may be called the soul. For the things of the soul and
    • her all that man calls spiritual, everything as he says in which
    • call themselves anthroposophists must grow together in the concrete
    • A short while ago I received a letter practically saying that much
    • Calling others intolerant does not constitute tolerance; to relate
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    • lies at the basis of so-called initiation and, after having indicated
    • only have to call to mind how Goethe introduced into his Faust
    • to what we call eternity, for which man's soul must constantly long.
    • initiates, become living in our souls. With them our souls call to
    • he may call his sense of orientation. He must not form concepts about
    • that may be called a super-sensible spiritual body, having within it
    • physical body of flesh, a finer one that may be called an etheric
    • experienced between what may be called the etheric part of the head or
    • called, though perhaps not always appropriately, the more perfect as
    • anthroposophically we see the inmost centre in the course of time and
    • time conditions call for them to accomplish certain deeds for which
    • as originating in specifically Christian prejudice. In reality it is
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    • ordinary sensory life what we call the moral world order, the sum of
    • of what we call moral concepts and ideas. We know that we must do the
    • processes of nature by calling moral ideas to his aid. In speaking,
    • called the moral world within the super-sensible world, than is the
    • his etheric and astral bodies, his higher bodies if we may so call
    • that a piece of veal will call up quite different cravings in two
    • called desires, but by means of a real process. If the clairvoyant
    • what in super-sensible worlds might be called a craving, a desire, to
    • are two radically different kinds of beings. If we would use the words
    • super-sensible world we only come to the point by calling the beings
    • honest and upright, while the opposite feeling must be called ugly.
    • acquired in the life of the senses, must be called beautiful, perhaps
    • the idea of beauty that we have in the sense world, we should call
    • right in calling it beautiful. It may really be the ugliest being in
    • how and with what qualities we enter it. What is called the source of
    • to call a devil ugly if he appears as a devil. Feelings of this kind
    • one's knowledge at the boundary, not just theoretically but in a
    • I should like now to describe the matter not theoretically but from
    • expressed dramatically in the words:
    • before one a being who stands there majestically as an actual
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    • call our sense organs, through which the world of light and colour,
    • our souls. In the life of the senses what we call “our
    • death, the longing to issue forth from what may be called the darkness
    • with what we may not only egoistically hold to be of value in life,
    • what we call “our self,” with all that we love in ordinary
    • ourselves by meditation and concentration, by what is called in
    • taken, ensures the so-called continuity, the preservation, of the
    • life. We should feel the whole power of the thought that is called
    • you have a far better definition of what is called a monad than can be
    • weakness, all one's weaknesses, must be called up before the soul. So
    • we must call attention to a most remarkable phenomenon that really has
    • it,” we then have a concrete and correct idea of the so-called
    • called loneliness of soul raised to its supreme degree.
    • memories in ordinary life are such that we can recall anything with
    • picture calls forth your love. This is a severe temptation; a terrible
    • world. You live yourself into a world generally called the devachanic
    • he rise into the true spiritual world, into what is called the
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    • everything in the physical body that was called oneself is now
    • world then confronting us must be called, in conformity with my book,
    • for instance, the spirit-land. It might also be called the lower
    • of nature, insofar as we are justified in calling them so, we are
    • these beings there is no such thing as the so-called course of nature.
    • after falling asleep, there arises what can be called a memory of
    • nothing in particular. Some uncalled-for thought may then arise within
    • the Threshold, and he beholds what, in the sense world, he called his
    • able to remember what you formerly called your ego. You now live in a
    • may be called the higher spirit-land or, if you will, the higher
    • indeed, find what may be called the reverse of what I have said in a
    • not try to call up the right conception of Him, you are not in a
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    • all these worlds work reciprocally and in one world the inter-working
    • call attention. Our present age has a certain peculiarity connected
    • a certain respect, might be called an element of the doubtful.
    • follow the paths we have tried to indicate, not theoretically or
    • pedantically, but in the actual, dramatic figures.
    • super-sensible worlds whom we call Lucifer. How did we describe this
    • we may call the manifestation of the eternal in the passing moment.
    • appreciate how Ahriman strives for himself after what he can call
    • be called either good or bad, but becomes good or bad according to how
    • there plays with and around us what we call our destiny. In our
    • may be called the darkness of life. If we ask why we live in this
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    • attitude of the individual toward what we may call the description of
    • his etheric body, in his astral body, and also in what may be called
    • the person in question. It would then be practically impossible for
    • event we call the Mystery of Golgotha. For how is it that so much of
    • complete lack of prejudices let me call your attention to a particular
    • historically about the course of the history into which he is placed
    • turn our eyes to Him Whom we do not call an initiate but know as the
    • its central point, by Him Whom we call the Cosmic Christ. In primeval
    • wanted to call up in a picture, and also to show through the Plays,
    • in words but by calling forth feeling for what is behind the Threshold
    • be able physically to touch and glorify Him Who should come. The
    • Harmony of Feeling, contains basically what we may say has been
    • been together physically, but this will not always be so. We are
    • through this separation in space our being together physically may be
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    • human being. The above is an exoteric consideration. Esoterically it
    • deeply into the consideration of what we may call the four inner
    • thought which we can call true, we say of this true thought that it
    • illumine esoterically that which we may thus explain exoterically by
    • might call the outer form of that which stands there; though changed.
    • from outside. One may call that of which one now sees part, the
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    • that is connected with it physically; and then how it afterwards
    • practice in calling forth long-forgotten memories — and this
    • we call forth more and more of what we have forgotten and thereby
    • to develop the power to call forth the spiritual from its depths. We
    • called a religion of that spirit-land? Is there something above,
    • It is only when a teacher has first called forth ideas in us, that he
    • thrown out of time into space, it is attracted magnetically by
    • into physical incarnation he himself must work plastically on his
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    • consequence of light and colour, there appears what we might call a
    • example the great importance of what is called the threshold of the
    • spiritual world, and how important the Being is, who is called the
    • what karmically must balance this hostile feeling. In order to avoid
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    • physical plane we are confronted with what we call reality,
    • called reality from this wisdom, he is to diminish this wisdom;
    • studied theoretically; one may receive what they give merely as
    • clairvoyant is able to call up before him the picture of the illness.
    • mankind thought in such a way, that the origin of what I have called
    • it is approximately the God called in the Hebrew, or rather, the
    • comes about when we call to mind the fact that the cause need not
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • before; thy former relationship to the world is radically reversed.
    • what we might call ‘radiating cosmic wisdom.’
    • presents to us what might be called a memory-tableau of our last
    • whereas, when we are born physically, this world gives birth to us.
    • call the soul-light streams forth from our souls illuminating
    • which may be called the first half of our life between death and
    • world, to our inner activity, we call up before our soul again and
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • but he then realises that the materialistically inclined are obsessed
    • which we may call spiritual companionship, our connection with the
    • once more this person will again appear to call forth the torment of
    • impulse karmically to make compensation for various things. These
    • others behind who are also materialistically inclined, he at first
    • behind are materialistically inclined because they have succumbed to
    • materialistically inclined souls are possessed by Ahriman; then he
    • those souls who are materialistically inclined!’ How infinitely
    • which we might call spiritual magnetic forces. These draw him down to
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • anthroposophical view; recall all you have read in my
    • feelings which Spiritual Science calls to life in the depth of the
    • thinks and learns and creates artistically arises from them like a
    • recalls what I have already indicated: through Spiritual Science,
    • but nothing, also, seems clearer than that men stand tragically at a
    • transition! The point is not to call this or that period a time of
    • reveal itself in our thinking. Similarly, we can recall the words of
    • as a dead force, calling merely for belief, but as a living power
    • sense we may call the gods) stand in a different relationship to
    • is called for by the innermost spirit and sense of our time. And in
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture II
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    • must work for — instead of the so-called unitary State —
    • what is called, in an earthly sense, spiritual life. Spiritual life
    • related to us karmically from an earlier life. Certainly, there are
    • what can be called, in a strict sense, political life, the life of
    • everything is centralised, if everything is piled on to a chaotically
    • what I have called an inner untruth has an exceptionally strong
    • — to that unique Divine Being Who may rightly be called the
    • conception of the Divine, which out of inner falsehood is called
    • remain egotistically bound up with our own thoughts, but only if we
    • dry and matter-of-fact. And men are proud of what is often called
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture III
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    • devise anything like it? If this war was not what men call
    • better called a bad dream, than true reality?
    • Now let us recall some
    • can express only by calling to witness the general truth of the
    • call them both real objects in the same sense.
    • So are the findings of two modern spirits radically opposed.
    • radically, so that men may derive from the State itself a satisfying
    • against them in physical life is everything which lives in so-called
    • recall how, before the time of July and August, 1914, drew on, people
    • civilisation, as they called it, had at last reached. They spoke of
    • midst of something which can be called only a cancerous social
    • carcinoma, this ulcer, duly broke out, and became what people call
    • attention is now called to the other volcano — and it certainly
    • of the social question, as it has long been called. Because people
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • friend Dr. Stein has kindly been recalling, I may add one more. It
    • call the experimental side of Science and what concerns the outlook,
    • goes, “theoretically” — I will put forward certain
    • reflecting, perhaps a little theoretically, upon the premisses of
    • Nature. You need only recall how in external, sensory experience so
    • experiment, to arrive at what he calls the “causes” of
    • suspended by a string, will pull vertically down towards the earth.
    • calls a “Law of Nature”. This statement for example would
    • We call the force of attraction Gravity or Gravitation and then
    • the quest of so-called “causes” in Nature, which Science
    • tries to form ideas about the so-called causes that are supposed to
    • researches into Nature he does not try to proceed from the so-called
    • “known” to the so-called “unknown”. He always
    • kind of phenomena which he calls archetypal, — the
    • actual phenomena; he only sifts and simplifies them and then calls
    • the whole of scientific method — so to call it — purely
    • so-called “known” to an “unknown” of any
    • properly be called “Laws of Nature”. He is not looking
    • referring to what we do in “Phoronomy” so-called, or
    • too is, fundamentally speaking, still remote from what we call the
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    • those among you who may no longer recall it from your school days can
    • call the velocity v. This velocity, once more, may be
    • a force to be acting on the point. I will call v the
    • its path. Let us call s the length of the path, all along
    • terms of weight. Let us call the mass, m.
    • quickly. We call the rate of increase of velocity the acceleration;
    • you most probably know; I only call it to your mind.) Multiply the
    • reach phoronomically. The point is: Are we simply to confess that
    • it cannot be followed phoronomically. All that is phoronomical rests
    • some-thing you will probably recall from your school-days; I have no
    • get the loss of weight exactly. You know this is called the law of
    • have to speak of how and why it is that we see the so-called white
    • Goethe calls the Ur-phenomenon in the sense I was explaining
    • the prismatically formed body of water, — neglecting, as we can
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • spatially formal, and kinematical. Called on to try and think in
    • They then overlap in the middle and form what we call a continuous
    • diagrammatically to begin with — we can also proceed as
    • diagrammatically (
    • speaking — the so-called sclerotic and the transparent portion
    • so-called choroid, containing blood-vessels. Thirdly we get the
    • inner-most layer, the retina so-called, which is continued into the
    • lens is the so-called aqueous humour. Thus when the light gets into
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • placing before you what we may call the “Ur-phenomenon”
    • can observe through the whole range of so-called optics or Theory of
    • If for example I look at anything luminous and, as we should call it,
    • realistically and not so abstractly as in modern science. Please now
    • recall from this point of view the experiment which we have done. We
    • prism — will then be called the “subjective”
    • source of light, I will call it L, and here a
    • air (Euler for instance thought of it thus). If I call forth a sound,
    • therefore, what we call a “ray of light” is rushing
    • through the air — with a velocity, you will recall, of 300,000
    • alternations of light patches and dark. The so-called wave-theory of
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • colours to what we call “bodies”. As a transition to this
    • commonly call “bodies” — I will however also shew
    • namely the way we see what we call “coloured bodies”
    • alchemy was still pursued to some extent, they spoke of so-called
    • of it what was then called “Bologna stone”. When he
    • then investigated in many ways and were called
    • of that time, you need not take it to mean what is called
    • by another kind of light, we call the phenomenon Fluorescence. And,
    • a so-called “body” flowing through space with a certain
    • the sharp dividing line between what is generally called
    • is not merely the quotient of s and t. Numerically,
    • and the same element with the so-called bodies whenever we behold
    • common to us and the things outside us — the so-called bodies.
    • room with light, the space becomes filled with something — call
    • it with what we ordinarily call our body. We do however swirl in it
    • they subsist, in the so-called bodies. We see the ghostly, spectral
    • space and time; we ought not to call them objective, for we ourselves
    • call “bodily colours”. Please take these things to heart
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomena of light in rather recent times, historically speaking.
    • 16th century was radically different. Today at school we get so
    • it diagrammatically, let me represent the latter simply by a light
    • draw the so-called “normal at the point of incidence”. If
    • that is filled with light and we shall call it “qualitatively
    • violet. And if you will recall what I said a few days ago about the
    • and on the other hand the filling of space which we call matter,
    • real abstraction; you may not call it a reality by itself.
    • out of your living organism as a whole, so too this so-called
    • so-called inorganic Nature, treating it then as something
    • parts of Nature. And here we come to something radically different.
    • What we are wont to call “inorganic” in Nature herself,
    • inorganic. Whatever else we may call inorganic only exists by
    • theoretically.
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    • coloured shadows, as they are called.
    • “subjective” images, as one is wont to call them.
    • objective phenomenon of the green is called forth. Now side by side
    • one case, what would be called an “objective”
    • as it were, subjectively conditioned by our eye alone. Goethe calls
    • evoked or “required” (gefordert), — called forth
    • called forth as an after-image by the eye, has no foundation in any
    • “subjective and objective” as we generally call it, in
    • they speak so unrealistically of what is there in the outer world,
    • study to the external apparatus, calling this external apparatus
    • generated warmth. So too by calling forth out-and-out mechanical
    • which was then worked out more arithmetically. Mayer himself
    • derived from it the so-called “mechanical equivalent of
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • such a thing as a velocity of light, you may then call the time
    • domain. They also became attentive to the so-called phenomena of
    • Mersenne, who made important researches on what is called the
    • itself directly into movement in the instruments called pipes.
    • place in ‘longitudinal’ waves, as they are called. This
    • prevalent today. Historically it is of course well-known, but
    • characteristically Roman-Catholic as indeed it is.
    • distance it has gone through, what we call the wave-length. If
    • n times s. Now please recall what I said in an
    • processes (he will not have to call them “objective
    • call this the “mutual sympathy” of phenomena; it can be
    • so-called physical Nature. A few days ago we were demonstrating and
    • bones or ossicles, called hammer, anvil and stirrup from their
    • system of ossicles to the inner ear. There is the so-called
    • not seem so simple if you recall what I said recently of the whole
    • never compare with the ear if I were thinking realistically, but
    • animals the pecten, which man only has etherically, or the
    • larynx and that lies farther forward. Etherically we are talking to
    • he evolves the spiritual logically from what is physical. You will
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • speaking more generally one calls them “positive” and
    • from the so-called Leyden Jar. This is a vessel with an
    • electrification is called frictional electricity, since the force,
    • again, I am presumably still recalling what you already know
    • electricity”, what is called “contact
    • foundation of all the so-called “forces of Nature”. It
    • especially this so-called transformation of Nature's forces on
    • between the diverse forces of Nature so-called, — trying to
    • of some genius, discovered the so-called electric waves —
    • currents as they are called. Only to indicate it roughly: the flow
    • space we could put two such “inductors”, as we may call
    • air or gas, called for more detailed study, in which many
    • magnetic force. Crookes therefore called that which is shot across
    • Crookes called it “radiant matter”. As a result of the
    • which, when charged electrically, will shoot through space in this
    • these experiments. They called them “cathode rays”.
    • know what so-called “matter” is. But the phenomena
    • diverting the so-called rays that issue from this pole and carrying
    • meet the cathode rays. The other pole is called the anode; from it
    • other bodies, call forth a kind of fluorescence; the materials
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  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • radiation emerged. The first to be discovered were the so-called
    • through the tube, we are now getting the so-called cathode rays. We
    • the other pole and that are called “canal rays”. You
    • evades you. It will not answer the roll-call. In these experiments
    • calculating, or drawing it geometrically, or analyzing the forms of
    • — and something radically different. For we have certainly
    • you will recall the analogy of the bell-jar from which the air has
    • observe the spiritual nor the soul) is but the outer, so-called
    • so-called material element, but also what in the case of sound and
    • more than the material waves. I must now perceive physically, what
    • itself. With your ordinary body — I draw it diagrammatically
    • Methodically
    • When people think sociologically, you quickly see where their
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • On two sides — the outer and the inner sides as we may call them
    • and so forth-in brief, everything that we call our life of soul. We
    • not be called ecstasy. In one of two possible conditions a man becomes
    • real meaning, but call it a world of apparitions, of phantasms. The
    • this world has been magically conjured up before him as delusion, or
    • the man in question calls his Ego, his strong, inner self, through
    • the path taken by many of those who are called mystics. In this
    • impressions of waking life, is called the Macrocosm, the Great World.
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • condition can be enhanced to the point of what is usually called
    • other two influences predominate, is called the Consciousness or
    • effect on waking is called the force of “Venus”.
    • conditions of ordinary life, is called in Spiritual Science the force
    • called Mercury, then the planet now called Venus, [*In former times
    • Moon revolves around the Earth and the planets usually called Mercury
    • planet that is called Mercury today was formerly called Venus,
    • and the planet called Venus today was formerly called Mercury.
    • called Mercury (formerly Venus). Then, farther away than the Earth,
    • deeply and it is only a matter today of calling attention to them.
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • There is in man what is called the sense of Shame, the essence of
    • his own inner self, is called in Spiritual Science, the Lesser
    • And if we call our own being the Microcosm, we must add that we never
    • system, with the Beings whose outer manifestations we call Mercury,
    • This experience was called in the ancient Mysteries: seeing the Sun at
    • this is something that was prophetically foreshadowed among the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • him, he learns to know by instinct that what is usually called the
    • with what is called light. We become inwardly illumined; what
    • significance. What the outer world now calls Mysticism really amounts
    • feeling of obligation, we can now speak further of what is called the
    • We have now been led in thought through the region that may be called
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • there is something within him that he might call his better self.
    • especially in those places of Initiation which are called the Mystery
    • received by three Powers which have been called by names take from
    • their stamp through the foregoing centuries, have always been called
    • been called the “Lower” or the “earthly” man. The
    • been called a “cycle” and it was originally expressed by the
    • life between birth and death. As long as a man still calls anything
    • continue as forces in what may be called the inmost essence of the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • teacher or leader. — That is one of the so-called secrets of
    • vanish, he would perceive what is called in spiritual science the
    • called a true spiritual manifestation but to a considerable degree it
    • call solid, liquid, aeriform; and in addition there is also what we
    • current of air which we call warmth.
    • Such an entity of the Elementary World is called ‘earth’.
    • into water. We can plunge into them, whereas what is called
    • we call ‘airy’ or ‘aeriform’ in the physical
    • must be realised that what is called ‘fire’ in the physical
    • soul as it is called, of the warmth that is felt, for example,
    • and is called warmth, or fire of excitement, must naturally be
    • soul, we reach an approximate idea of what is called ‘elemental
    • World, he could be led a stage further to what is called the World
    • Spirits the planetary bodies we call Old Sun and Old Moon come into
    • Spirit we must begin with the Beings. We call them the
    • in the physical world when he thinks, was called
    • two worlds to build our brain. Spiritual Science has also called it
    • “reason” for thinking; thinking would have been called
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • Yesterday we tried to acquire a certain insight into what is called
    • of all into what has been called in Spiritual Science the
    • still higher world which we will call the World of Archetypal
    • the world above the so-called “World of Spirit” might easily
    • what are usually called the “Elements” — earth, water,
    • a certain respect an exception. In the Elementary World what is called
    • It is now possible for him to acquire concepts of what is called in
    • have affected us from birth onwards, we shall recall many things even
    • with a knowledge of human nature may often be able to call the
    • present much greater hindrances. The call for self-knowledge must also
    • be a call for constant self-perfecting. If we take this vow to our
    • Theosophy, the Elementary World is usually called the Astral World;
    • what we call the World of Spirit in there called the lower sphere of
    • Devachan-Lower Devachan. What is there called the higher sphere of
    • Devachan — Arupa-Devachan — is here called the World of
    • different stages; hence they must be called now by one name, now by
    • distinguish between the Being who was called “Buddha” at
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • supposes that what he calls his Ego is within himself. But in
    • clairvoyant sees as a kind of light-aura may be called the Ego-aura.
    • all the Beings and Realities of the worlds we have called the World of
    • spiritual forces, against everything we call the Elementary World.
    • they are usually called are nothing else than a shadowy image, a faint
    • Reason; what is usually called intellect, intelligence, is a faint,
    • therefore called ‘lotus-flowers’, or also spiritual
    • physical eyes. These so-called lotus-flowers are forces and systems of
    • we also eliminate our own activity, is called Intuition. Through
    • times. The method called the Rosicrucian after its most important
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • In speaking yesterday of the so-called Rosicrucian path into the
    • only be called thinking of the heart. This is something that
    • reflection reaches what is called ‘knowledge’. It is
    • to whatever is innate or traditional. What is universally called
    • called intellect, intelligence. But anyone who has a little insight
    • this will not sing the praises of what is usually called
    • way about what is called contradiction or agreement. In the ordinary
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • intellect. Attention was called to the fact that there are still
    • with what we call the logic of the intellect. But bearing in mind what
    • When he recalls something he experienced yesterday, he is looking
    • ordinary memory looks back in time in order to recall events of
    • everyday life is called Time, no longer exists in this form in the
    • belong to ordinary space. This is something that may be called Space
    • state in which such a faculty is revealed at its height is called a
    • call the power of head-thinking. Direct transformation from the
    • heart there is something that may be called spontaneous sympathy. When
    • expressed physically as well. This means that we must picture a man of
    • Pralaya. Man's present existence must be obliterated physically and a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • and arduous path. We need practically the whole range of concepts and
    • to which we have been able only to allude prophetically. But just as
    • we call the Old Moon (not the present Moon). We also spoke of what
    • clairvoyant vision sees prophetically, namely the emergence of a new
    • what we call his life-principle in common not only with the animals
    • dependent upon the plant-world. Physically, man cannot but feel this
    • through city life, is practically cut off from immediate contact with
    • rightly call the Old Sun-state. In this Old Sun-state the Sun could
    • aeriform or gaseous state was possible, and certainly what we call the
    • call water or fluid, or the earthy or solid as yet existed, but only
    • But this state itself, which we have called the Old Sun-state,
    • call this the Old Saturn-state of the Earth. To clairvoyant vision it
    • a quality of soul. What we call warmth today is something that
    • physical and we become physically warm as well. The blood is warmed
    • prophetically to the future? There are indeed such organs. True, they
    • be found today? In that which gives man the possibility of calling
    • must call the formation of a germinal organ which will be transformed
    • the future is called “Atma” — a word derived from
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • great riddles of existence scientifically from a different
    • super-sensible, but on the other it emphatically takes away the
    • For it sets out to face and treat scientifically the questions
    • also the reason why I have called today's lecture a study of
    • experience from the other direction, which could be called a
    • imagination. We have to realize that so-called mysticism,
    • particularly a study of the so-called border areas of science
    • What is normally called self-observation, an introversion
    • energetically. For it includes something which even earnest
    • that we can observe scientifically what we ourselves do. It is
    • feeling sufficiently automatically
    • — for a long time, energetically and
    • an objective and genuine sense can be called meditating, an
    • of what we call the ego of the human being, which bestows as
    • organically, where it performs its transformation of spirit,
    • what is popularly called the unconscious, but which, when it is
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • concerned with what is physically present in the world. And so
    • accustomed to call the unconscious. There is also another
    • in a way diametrically opposed to the view which I am putting
    • difference between the anthroposophically orientated science of
    • respects the science of spirit is radically different from this
    • anthroposophically orientated science of spirit
    • particular, we should call them
    • spirit; and that child is what is called
    • of spirit itself, for this science feels itself called upon to
    • whole mood and constitution of the soul is radically different
    • are impressed upon the soul, and we are able to recall them
    • has are different, for it is not possible to recall them in
    • recall the image or idea of it. For in this case it is clear
    • this can be recalled, and the experience attained a
    • because an experience which one has had cannot be recalled; one
    • one could call presence of mind. If we want to have spiritual
    • science of spirit by calling special attention to a few of its
    • spiritual experience which, while radically different
    • whether symbolically or not symbolically, for he knows
    • being needs what one calls an ability to make judgments
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    • from two sides we can now place what the present speaker calls
    • an anthroposophically orientated Science of the Spirit. This
    • What the anthroposophically orientated Science of the
    • anthroposophically orientated Science of the Spirit takes
    • The anthroposophically orientated Science of the Spirit
    • anthroposophically orientated Science of the Spirit are really
    • And it is precisely the task of an anthroposophically
    • Science of the Spirit and that is what one might call
    • humanity, we find that knowledge or what we might call science
    • wisdom, which are also called mysteries, did not allow anyone
    • know that in a way this medieval world picture can be called
    • of Samos is not basically different from what everyone learns
    • which at that time would have been called scientific. We can
    • think what we like about it, we can call it
    • higher through what I have called meditation and, in a
    • memory. Out of the depths of our being we can recall what we
    • become what one can call a higher form of the power of memory.
    • I have called these Imaginations. We have pictures which
    • thing that we perceive is what I would like to call a tableau
    • there is then developed what one can call a real view of
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    • faculties is called Akasha. The manifestations of beings and of
    • Akasha-substance the inscriptions that can be called by the name of
    • between the so-called living and the so-called dead; and already now we
    • be a blessing to the so-called dead by reading to them in thought the
    • through what we call the Luciferic influence, through the
    • period in the evolution of the earth for another Being whom we call
    • remain unattainable. If the Being we call Ahriman did not work in
    • remembrance of former lives physically developed; but they
    • physically in good health, nevertheless it cannot be said
    • categorically that a man who in this epoch is not ready to accept
    • life. I want to call your attention here to how the power of thinking
    • what the Bible calls the creative act of the Elohim. We can look back
    • which would otherwise have become speech, of the so-called
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • what may in a certain sense be called the renewal of the Mystery of
    • such matters. Nevertheless the Being whom we may call Michael, and
    • esoterically by the name of Michael is as superior to his companions
    • Being in the Hierarchy of the Archangels. The ancients called him the
    • Jesus of Nazareth as a man among men of the earth. This may be called the
    • called an extinction of consciousness in the worlds immediately above
    • of Golgotha and can be called the second crucifixion of Christ on the
    • already Christ has been crucified: once physically, in the physical world
    • is what we call wisdom and some may call folly. To stand firm we need
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    • called “The Brethren of the Common Life.”
    • spoke are taken at face value — fanatically upholding the
    • chamber, while he publicly calls for war in the most fanatical
    • scientifically understandable.” This is what Nicholas
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    • of history forming the basis of these lectures may be called
    • historically observed in the soul and appearance of such men I
    • method of perception, is symptomatically revealed in his soul.
    • a so-called mystery school of Southeastern Europe. There he heard
    • way, call “spirit” in our language. Spirit was
    • was called spirit in those ages when he was known. This is the first
    • A third aspect was external nature with all that today is called the
    • spirit was likewise recognized in what we call nature today, the
    • call “force.” The concept of force emerged. The body was
    • at all existed as yet of what we call today “the laws of
    • fully grasp, not even symbolically, with mathematics. Today, we see
    • only symbolically, and timidly at that.
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    • felt differently concerning mathematics. We need only recall what
    • system with mathematically oriented thinking of the kind to which we
    • himself is from front to back. We need only recall how, from the
    • mathematical, methodical lines, not specifically geometrical lines,
    • Now, you will perhaps recall how, in my book
    • interpenetrate each other. The nerve-sense system is called the
    • experience of movement; instead, he mathematically constructed the
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    • to dominate the so-called phenomena of nature, arose in this form
    • it more graphically, I would say in a former age man perceived
    • significant aspects in these so-called natural phenomena — is a
    • natural phenomena is that what has first been mathematically thought
    • mathematically so much as lyrically. There is something musical in
    • poetically in a pseudo-scientific form. Giordano Bruno is truly
    • mathematically when he uses these concepts to explain the world. He
    • though people of that period can hardly be called
    • fourteenth century. Thinking geometrically about space, man did not
    • Scientifically, man tore himself loose from his god, and thus from
    • Instead, Berkeley said: I cannot hypothetically assume that there is
    • developed would have been called not a scientific thinker but a fool.
    • something that a scientist, or so-called scientist, had made of the
    • emphatically that I do not wish to be regarded as in any way an
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    • waves, as they are called, possess in the vibrating air can be
    • brain; therefore, the hypothetically thought-out movements were
    • something like what Weismann called the “immortality of
    • as Spinoza. In his book on what he justifiably calls ethics, Spinoza
    • If we want to understand modern thinking, we must continually recall
    • Aside from what I might call a few decorative embellishments intended
    • scientific findings and begins to think atomistically. It is like
    • in and out, so we must, supposedly, think first continuistically for
    • a while, then atomistically for a while. If we always thought in the
    • continuistically, they are thinking mainly of life. In one in which
    • they think atomistically, they are thinking primarily of death, of
    • continuistically, whereas the nature of the inanimate requires that I
    • think of it atomistically. But I cannot say that this is only due to
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    • in the surrounding world. Locke called primary everything that
    • motion and to size. From these he distinguished what he called the
    • Let us recall that if we really want to focus correctly on something
    • different position. Basically, all views of evolution that originated
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    • Let us recall the anthroposophical idea that man is composed of four
    • external nature (an event physically separated from him) he
    • Man's idea about nature began to change radically; not just the
    • is the law of inertia, it is generally called. The very name reveals
    • second, and a body is called inert if the velocity remains
    • only to a very small degree. But if you look at what is called
    • Newton, a so-called “objective” something is excogitated
    • it. But this was separated from man even earlier and more radically.
    • to these matters, as was done in physics, remained basically
    • substances combine chemically, and in doing so can completely alter their
    • basically only something read into them by thought.
    • so-called “objective”) takes its revenge on the other
    • it in the opposite direction. I can basically make all the
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    • calls psychology. There too, we would have to say that it is of quite
    • understood only by men who specifically study initiation science. The
    • writings lead us directly back to those of the so-called
    • other physical and mechanical processes. We can call this inner
    • that it basically defies explanation why Thales happened to designate
    • loftier science than psychology, a science that can be called
    • If I call the physical and etheric bodies, the “lower
    • and call the astral body and ego-organization the “upper
    • called, was experienced in the sensation of the ego.
    • the other, what has been chaotically relegated into his interior. And
    • they were called, are achieved. If one looks at these ideas from
    • man. Thus arose the so-called iatrochemical school
    • mechanically pumps the blood through the body, because they no longer
    • invented what he called the “life force,” the “vital
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    • Now we must call to mind what is needed, on the one hand for physics
    • to think mechanistically, life goes out of my knowledge. I then have
    • through a genuine science of man. But I expressly call attention to
    • the matter psychologically. I attempted to show that our sensations
    • and the brain bearers of the so-called spiritual element —
    • things spiritual, and he calls out longingly into the universe —
    • There he calls out into cosmic expanses for the spirit. On the other
    • inner being, he receives the divine answer to the call he sent out
    • When we learn, through a new, anthroposophically imbued natural
    • science, to let the calls of infinite longing for the spirit, sent
    • inner perception, we will find the answer to the yearning call for
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    • The theory of heat, so-called, has taken a form during the
    • the bearing of these things on the human organism, I may call your
    • harm done by modern physical research, so-called, in dealing with what
    • being. Certain questions must be asked, questions that call above
    • everything for clear, lucid ideas. In the so-called “exact
    • something in the conceptual realm that is different from the so-called
    • manner strikingly opposed to outer reality. I must call your attention
    • to these things even at the risk of seeming pedantic. Let me recall to
    • on reality it does not help us at all that we establish so-called
    • we go from observation to so-called explanation, only in this case
    • described. That I can do the following for instance, calls simply for
    • often in my lectures called attention to something which enters into
    • what they call the “physical conditions” on the sun and make
    • century as this general tendency to unify things schematically. You
    • with so-called heat rays. Again it may be demonstrated that these too
    • of heat as it is called has resulted in error upon error. It has
    • foundation. A great deal of pride is taken in this so-called
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    • as we call them, expand when acted upon by the being of warmth. In
    • under consideration. Physicists have called
    • will call your attention to the fact that the same introduction I have
    • it is called, is the same and has a constant value of about
    • The history of the development of physics must be called in to a
    • Whatever was solid was called in ancient Greek earth;
    • Whatever was fluid was called in ancient Greece water;
    • Whatever was gaseous was called in ancient Greece air.
    • called air, the feeling was that such a body was under the
    • historically at this point,) this body was lifted out of the earthly
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    • heat and the so-called state of aggregation. By this state of
    • aggregation I mean what I referred to yesterday as called in the
    • called today, solid, fluid, and gaseous bodies may be transformed one
    • point as it is called. So far as the thermometer shows, the
    • we will call a space line. (Referring again to the temperature rise
    • Theoretically or hypothetically there is no
    • When, for instance, and I will consider this tomorrow hypothetically,
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    • observed. In such a case, these teachers of physics would call forth
    • popularize the so-called “rigidly exact science,” the
    • exact science would practically disappear.
    • this has been developed what has been called during the
    • called attention to the fact that, for instance, when we perceive
    • said sometimes that if we imagine our eyes were electrically sensitive
    • above. You all know, my dear friends, that what we call our ordinary
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    • your senses and with instruments. Yesterday, also, we called attention
    • call your attention to a certain fact. When we dip down into the
    • psychological-physiological point of view, as it might be called,
    • difficult as those arising from heat. Let me call your attention to
    • mechanically. We never actually reach this point; do not wish to, in
    • fact, but we approach the condition asymptotically as it were. Our
    • what we can properly speak of as playing itself out mechanically in
    • off mechanically, and you do this in thought, for instance, if you
    • physically in the spoken word. And there is an analogy also between
    • the possibility imaginable, at least, that a person could mechanically
    • to investigate physiologically and psychologically how heat behaves
    • further in this direction and in this connection I want to call your
    • Now you can take what I might call a comprehensive view of the realm
    • at once find that you are more prone to recite a poem mechanically
    • conception. I called your attention in a previous lecture to the fact
    • that the old Greek physicists called solid bodies Earth. They
    • you know very well and to which I have called your attention, namely
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    • manner in this space evaporates. The water is in a vacuum, as we call
    • vapor tension as it is called. That is, the mercury volume is forced
    • Now there is an occurrence that I wish especially to call to your
    • chemically. (Note: the three metals were melted and poured together.)
    • indefinite form, but in very definite shapes that we call crystals. We
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    • You will recall how yesterday we had here a block of ice which we
    • an attempt is made so to define what is before one physically that
    • physically, is only a transformation of this energy concept. That is
    • most elementary experimental way what is called the transformation of
    • physics represents things on what is called gravity, on what causes
    • say: since we are placed on the earth we are aware of this, calling it
    • center. If I may express myself somewhat paradoxically I might say:
    • position. It is in the state between the formed and that which we call
    • between what I will call Wärmenacht and Wärmetag. (I
    • future be established according to our anthroposophically oriented
    • aggregation, as it is called, to heat. This lies above the gaseous,
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    • supposed that every form of so-called energy — heat energy,
    • philosophical concepts, states the so-called first law of the
    • the 19th century. The first person to call attention to
    • heat into what we call work, that some of the heat is lost so far as
    • approaching what has been learnedly called its
    • so-called entropy concept. For the present our interest lies in the
    • really the possibility of calling forth a series of processes in a
    • regulating whole, calling forth the consequences of the needle prick.
    • entity elsewhere manifested as form. Yesterday I called your attention
    • we will have to postulate for the time being and call it the X region.
    • shows that what is usually called the spectrum can be thought of as
    • until they finally disappear. The lower arc becomes practically a
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    • wherever we deal with what is called energy transformation, we have to
    • have led to the discover of the so-called modern mechanical theory of
    • But attention has to be called to the fact that the physicists of that
    • call definitely characteristic phenomena. In the concrete realm we see
    • Now I have already called your attention to the fact that when we
    • that which we observe in the polarization figures as they are called,
    • express as follows: that which we call tone exists in a non-manifested
    • other side — it is difficult to show this diagrammatically. Since
    • you will then, if you treat these things mathematically, have to
    • wisdom represented these things symbolically and we have to draw
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    • call the conduction, and about which we are striving to get valid
    • related very plastically to his formative forces. That is, he must do
    • You need only consider the matter physiologically to see that we go
    • held mathematically.
    • But what does this mean mathematically? Suppose you set down the
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    • We will study today the light spectrum, as it is called, and its
    • called. Moreover, we can so arrange matters that the middle portion of
    • other side phosphorescence shows the presence of the chemically active
    • to heat and then to that state we have called X, where we have
    • in the material realm is empirically found to be the genesis of
    • heat as outlined by the so-called mechanical theory of heat of
    • called ether nowadays, the first requisite is to follow the only path
    • diametrically opposite to the realm of the material. Its forces we
    • theoretically today in this presentation in an auditorium. It must not
    • symbolically (for fundamentally it is symbolic when we try to set the
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    • call your attention to a certain fact. This fact is one which we must
    • so-called conduction of heat takes place. The phenomenon are to be
    • I may calculate for a given area that I will call
    • your attention was called to the following fact: when we have an
    • spectrum and toward the right to approach the chemically active end.
    • apply entirely. We then have to call in what was put before you
    • handled mathematically and have, so to speak, more than one meaning.
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    • adequate fashion that within what we call the sun's spectrum or a
    • Now I would like to call your attention to something. When we consider
    • physically more definitely manifested than the ones we have named. The
    • call solids with the living. We are led to this last member of the
    • in the two. If now we call the upper realm the etheric and the lower
    • to something much more fundamental and weighty than the so-called
    • one, etc. then you will also be led to think of the two polarically
    • Your attention has been called to the fact that the physicists have
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    • The solid realm, which was have called Z′
    • The fluid realm, which we have called Y′
    • The realm of chemical effects, which we call Y
    • call forth their appropriate effects in this or that field of action.
    • is to be seen within the physically visible, then we will as a matter
    • instead of being misinterpreted fantastically as due to certain
    • experiment will fail. But I have often called attention to the fact
    • I have already called your attention to the basis upon which rests the
    • of the tone world through the fact that we are chemically the tone
    • will grow much that will be of enormous importance technically for the
    • see when we understand macroscopically these processes microscopically
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    • Science. What is here called ‘Spiritual Science’ must not be
    • presented in scientifically indisputable vision. If we call it
    • have fulfilled its mission. If you like to call your vision
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    • recall the very substantial reality of ancient Philosophy, but we can
    • the ordinary consciousness, be recalled in experience.
    • What we may call ‘abstract thought’ has been perfected only
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    • systematically and intensively. The first result of meditation in the
    • Meditation must call to its aid the exercise in character
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    • can call heredity passes on in a continuous process from the physical
    • within him. Philosophy indeed had in former times a branch called
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • daily life joy is experienced consciously. Physically an enlargement
    • If man could recall to his consciousness everything he lives through
    • in the moon. The spiritual moon-activities are the ones recalling men
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    • the Cosmos which are reflected physically in the appearances of the
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    • grey dawn of time had thought and willed and felt practically as he
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    • be recalled at the same time as the new. The man who has
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    • soul activity as thought-experience. An organically-growing activity
    • tendency towards death is required. The organically-growing activity
    • this astral organism and the Ego. But in everything that can be called
    • In my book Theosophy I have called the world of experience
    • non-human, spiritual impulses of the cosmos are active. I have called
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    • called a foundation of a true educational science.
    • science is to-day called childish, because we view everything from the
    • called the Soul-world in my Theosophy) a clear consciousness of
    • Theosophy I have called the region here traversed by man the
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    • based upon the so-called Rosicrucian method. Please do not misunderstand
    • and fourteenth centuries, and called Rosicrucian training.
    • is not important. We are living in the present, materialistically-minded
    • medical science will proceed from what is called Rosicrucianism. But
    • in the sun. Zarathustra beheld the sun surrounded by an aura he called
    • is practically the same as that of the physical body, but in a young
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    • belonging basically to the mineral kingdom.
    • live in a world we call the world of formlessness. Spiritual beings
    • the one realm called the realm of formlessness and the other the realm
    • do not actually see this soul because it is in the realm we call the astral
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    • bones before us cannot without further ado be called the physical body.
    • upon unconsciously by the ego is called the sentient soul, which today is
    • the so-called sacred quaternary that was revered in all occult schools
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    • instruments. This condition is called kamaloka, the realm of desires,
    • Watching it physically you would see soldiers, guns and so forth, but the
    • but by no means all, emphatically not all.
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    • in Devachan is that it is permeated with what we call karma, and this
    • It is emphatically not the case that an individuality connects
    • twenty-first to the twenty-eighth year the development of what is called
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    • planetary embodiments, the first of which we call Saturn, the second,
    • moon has since olden time been called “moon.” Here it must
    • or a being was always organically linked with what each was to express.
    • this no longer has meaning; what modern science calls an element does not
    • on the earth is called
    • to think away from man as he is today everything physically perceptible,
    • these stages are called rounds and globes.
    • condition is called the “sleep of worlds.”
    • is what may be called tone or sound. In order to realize more clearly
    • called Angeloi in Christian esotericism and in India, Lunar Pitris.
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    • draw a line vertically downward from this soft area, you would meet
    • could be called human.
    • be permeated by the astral body after having evolved physically on Old
    • sun. Had the sun remained in the earth man would have been old practically
    • mysteries these happenings were called the strife in heaven. The detached
    • described is called in occultism the Lemurian epoch, the epoch of the
    • The epoch when the sun left the earth is called the Hyperborean age,
    • and the epoch when the sun, moon and earth were still united is called
    • Their most important servants were the Spirits of Form, called the Exusiai
    • we call the Masters, who live in human physical bodies but have reached
    • What can be called the concept of race had now, for the first time,
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    • these masses there emerged what we may call a plant kingdom and only
    • This, in the Bible, is called Paradise.
    • and so on. They were called Mars men, Jupiter men, for example. The
    • is not the same being as Lucifer. Through untruth Zarathustra calls
    • rudiments of the faculties possessed by men today. They could emphatically
    • were also centers of culture and ritual — we will call them the
    • Atlantean Oracles — where what is called the Atlantean wisdom was
    • old initiates or magicians who had not persisted in clinging egotistically
    • as at that time the old initiate gathered his host together locally,
    • directing his call to the simple, despised people, so today again, under
    • different — not local — conditions, a call goes forth from
    • respond to this call as did certain human beings long ages ago; they
    • world calls the physical plane maya or illusion and does not want to
    • Doric or an Ionian temple and has something of what is called space
    • this is called the journey to Hell — and to those who were no
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    • whom he called Ahura Mazdao, the Great Aura, in contrast to the little
    • not only for the world in which it took place physically but for all
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    • they experienced day consciousness. So-called night consciousness was
    • over the Mysteries and whom we call the Masters have guided and led
    • process and called the neophyte back to life. After his awakening he was a
    • a half days. The modern initiation, if we like to call it so, once the
    • and etheric bodies. That is what is called illumination in the course
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    • completely new, must call forth a certain distrust against the
    • call a psychic atmosphere. The language of reason seemed to them to
    • question was always called “Spiritual Alchemy.” The
    • secret which may be called the Secret of Alchemy. Between the studies
    • what we call the Highest freedom. When a man follows the primal and
    • strongly developed, and that is why the Mystics have always called
    • side, and had really become Man, hence the Persians called one
    • called a Sun-runner. But he who accomplished all his actions out of
    • connection the Persians called him a “Lion.” He then
    • that too is why the Will-o'-the-wisps call the Serpent their
    • gifted with the highest forces of human nature, which theosophy calls
    • Atma, Buddhi, Manas. They are called by Goethe the King of Beauty,
    • Anthroposophy call “occult knowledge” is expressed by the
    • highest wisdom is called occult, because it only appears when a man
    • Fairy Tale pedantically, by interpreting every word, but we must feel
    • symbolically represented as the beautiful Lily, and the male
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    • Goethe to work with him on a magazine called “die Horen”
    • Goethe speaks of the law which we call Karma, and also speaks of
    • is called “Howard's memory”.
    • Call from above.
    • after this Spiritual kingdom. They called it “the Lily”,
    • “the realm of the Lily”. And man they called “the
    • The four lower principles of man are symbolically represented by the
    • calls out, “The time has come when a great number of people
    • Pythagorean schools was called the “Rhythm of the Universe”,
    • “The Music of the Spheres”, of the planets, rhythmically
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    • It is interesting to investigate in the spiritual accounts called the
    • good and evil, and mankind came to comprehend what is called in
    • spirituality we call manas had awakened was considered to be a full
    • initiate was called a “Sun Runner” or a “Sun Hero,” and all Sun Heroes
    • Fathers. The initiates of the seventh degree are called the Fathers,
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    • We call these human ancestors the Lemurians. They were followed by the
    • moment in the evolution of man that spiritual science calls “the
    • universal spirit is called the Logos. It embraces the sun, moon and
    • the sun spirit had called forth as our spirit. For us, the victory of
    • sun. Picture to yourself how the sun calls forth the beings of nature
    • Those initiated into the second degree were called the “Occult Ones,”
    • “Lions.” The initiates of the fifth degree were called by the name of
    • the sixth degree was called a “Sun Hero,” that of the seventh, bore
    • Why was the initiate of the sixth degree called a Sun Hero? Such a
    • was called a Sun Hero, and they were to be found among all peoples.
    • the whole cosmos. This universal soul was called “Chrestos” in ancient
    • live in us? Truth lives in us when we endeavor to think logically. It
    • become what is called Buddhi or Chrestos, when they will have reached
    • right any more than one needs to decide by vote what is logically
    • correct or logically false. Everyone can place this ideal before his
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    • The pupils were now told that what they had experienced was called,
    • arouse in themselves what may be called faith in man's greatest ideal.
    • Christos in Christianity. The bearer of this ideal was called the Sun
    • encompassed an entire tribe. Thus the Christ was called "the Lion of
    • that Nathanael, for instance, was called a "true Israelite." It was
    • trees, which, standing there as a single tree, pointed prophetically
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    • we like to call them, but by allowing all this to influence us,
    • anatomy or physiology concerning man — behind what we call the
    • man we call the etheric, or life-body.
    • animal and the human kingdoms, in so far as they meet us physically.
    • language be called blue. If at that moment when the blue to us ceases
    • have here called a pious devotion; the impression of the blue vault of
    • the heavens which stretches above us has called up a religious
    • moral feeling for all that we call the phenomenon of matter in the
    • way described, has always been called the Elemental World; and those
    • first go to work empirically — that is, I must give an account,
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    • what occultism has always called the elements.
    • confronted with beings of a definite form, and we may call these the
    • with what in occultism has always been called the Fluid or Watery
    • with what from early times had been called the Element of Fire or
    • can also be called the nature-spirits of Fire, or of Heat. So that, to
    • a certain relation to what are called the elements of earth, water,
    • those beings which we call the nature-spirits of the water, work
    • may call the nature-spirits of the air, play their part in late summer
    • may call the astral body of the earth, into which man plunges with his
    • be called the astral body of the earth.
    • happens in this way calls up in the observer who has progressed so far
    • our own astral body is embedded what may be called the higher
    • esoterically becomes aware of this, because in the spiritual world
    • so do we say that behind all that we call the totality of the Spirits
    • the nature-spirits of the elements in order to call forth the rhythmic
    • perceptions as what we call the Forces of Nature. When science speaks
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    • higher category — we call them, speaking generally, the beings of
    • the so-called Third Hierarchy — instead of perception have
    • or do not please us; that certain things affect us sympathetically, or
    • antithetically. Such feelings with regard to the world which we only
    • Probably to become free from what we call usually egoistic impulses is
    • born as physically embodied human beings at a certain time and at a
    • certain place, we are surrounded by all sorts of things which call
    • something which corresponds to what we may call inner suggestions,
    • inner being. In dry, prosaic mathematics begins what we may call
    • of the beings of the Third Hierarchy, those beings we call Angels, or
    • are called Archangels or Archangeloi. When a man progresses further in
    • same time. This third category of the Third Hierarchy we call the
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    • We tried to characterise the so-called nature-spirits, and then
    • beings called, in the sense of western esotericism, Angels, Angeloi.
    • the so-called Spirits of the Age, the Archai. If a man follows the
    • what may be called clairvoyant vision of the beings of the Third
    • spiritual world, or to relate something about it, he must call to mind
    • human inner life they have what we may call “being filled with
    • Second Hierarchy, we can call a self-creation, a sort of shell or
    • Hierarchy those which we call the Spirits of Form — the
    • second stage becomes aware of what we call the category of the Spirits
    • Hierarchy, whom we call the Spirits of Wisdom. This name is
    • ensouled by a common Soul-being. These we call group-souls, and these
    • these group-souls are spiritual beings detached from those we call the
    • stage are those beings which we call the group-souls, actually
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    • WE have come in our studies to the so-called Second Hierarchy of the
    • persons call forth in us a feeling, though but a faint one, of what
    • esotericism this category of beings is called the Cherubim. It is
    • as the occultist feels when he stands before the beings we call the
    • the beings we call the Cherubim.
    • Still more difficult to describe are those beings called the Seraphim
    • occultist receives when he lifts himself to the beings we call the
    • course, when we ascended to the so-called Spirits of the Rotation of
    • too which takes place in the kingdom of nature rhythmically and in
    • — or, as perhaps some are accustomed to call it: Manas. The next
    • the future, we call the Life-Spirit — or Buddhi. Then comes that
    • of principles which we could call physical body, etheric body, etc.,
    • our study we have called the Spirits of Form. When we say that there
    • If in order to call forth such a concept as lives in the soul of the
    • exalted beings to whom we refer, but we can, to a certain extent, call
    • disappears as in a spiritual Mystery we can say symbolically —
    • example, at the time we call the Atlantean epoch. In this primeval
    • we call the Spirits of Motion or Movement. Now to the occultist, such
    • cosmos is regulated by those beings we call the Seraphim. We have now,
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    • of Motion. What we may call the lowest consciousness of the planet,
    • ascribe to the Seraphim what we may call the inner soul-life of the
    • than those I have just recalled to you — concepts to which we
    • beings, immediately above them. Thus what we men call our independent
    • we belong; for these beings whom we may call the rebels of the Third
    • category beside the spirits of the Third Hierarchy, are called in
    • symbolically, graphically, in such a way that they manifest their own
    • which is seen out there is not what the occultist calls Saturn; to him
    • sense we call Saturn. Thus the outermost line in the formation of
    • say: — The spiritual beings which we call the Spirits of Form
    • substances, certain masses of ether, so that what we call occult
    • by what the physical astronomy of to-day calls the orbits of the
    • upon Saturn would call forth this etheric globe, so that by the agency
    • individual cases there actually arises what we call “maya,”
    • light which the spirits we call the Cherubim and Seraphim carry to it
    • exist at all. What is called the material world is the interplay of
    • possibility of explaining a planetary system without calling to one's
    • symbolically pointed out to his pupils this connection of the Light of
    • from the Sun we represent symbolically through that which the Seraphim
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    • remain above, certain of their offspring, which we have called the
    • might even psychically resemble man or our animals, exists upon the
    • moon. Even if we ascend from man to the beings we have called the
    • so that in a whole planetary system we have all that we call the
    • can find something in the earth conditions themselves which can call
    • recalls the impression we received from the inner development of the
    • system there is nothing besides that which we have now called corpse,
    • distance. Now because certain comets return periodically, physical
    • they are not connected physically. Thus, in short, with the exception
    • discharge from it the injurious matters which have been called forth
    • microcosm corresponds to a macrocosm! We may call man a microcosm, a
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • call manifestation — how does the cosmos appear to him? If this
    • all we see, and which as we know is Maya, an illusion only called up
    • consciousness of such a being. For clairvoyance simply means calling
    • appear to a dweller upon Earth, seen physically; but it is
    • nevertheless able to know what exists there. I should now like to call
    • You can gain an idea of this, at first theoretically — for occult
    • training can alone provide the practical knowledge — if you call
    • to observe the heavenly body physically, but by thus transporting
    • physically, though everything physical is a Maya) gives the impression
    • recalled an earlier condition of our planetary system. If we now try
    • call the preceding condition of our earth, a moon-condition. We can,
    • in the ranks of the hierarchies, we have called the Spirits of Form.
    • time. I shall perhaps be clearer about the matter if I call to mind
    • such a comparison you will actually call up and create a sort of
    • thing which is only to be symbolically explained, could be taken away
    • call a talisman — an entirely physical talisman, which was
    • the Sun-condition, which for certain reasons is called the Saturn
    • body, etheric body, astral body, and what we call the
    • him, calling up something which we may call an inner reflection, we
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    • in man we call the ego, the I, can only be found for the animal on the
    • who penetrates into these matters, to deny what we call human
    • characteristically spread over the globe?
    • of cosmic space which has since ancient times been called the Zodiac.
    • they knew why it was so called. In the heavenly spaces the case is as
    • mentioned a special category of spirits which we have called the
    • We know that each individual man is guided by what we call his Angel;
    • category of the hierarchies which we call the Spirits of Form; while
    • which present-day astronomy calls Venus, and which ancient astronomy
    • called Mercury (for these two names have been exchanged), from that
    • Buddha, was able at the time symbolically indicated as the
    • sphere, the Holy Rishis called Vishvakarma. Thus they alluded
    • again to the same being whom the Holy Rishis had called Vishvakarma,
    • call it what you will — the fourth epoch of civilisation
    • called it Christ. In how far the one differs from the other can
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • considered. We call to mind that we described the mineral kingdom by
    • have to seek in the so-called astral world; the astral body in the
    • quite clear as to the fact that only what we call the forms, the
    • teaches us that the forms in the mineral which we call crystal-forms,
    • Now we come to the so-called etheric body, which we must describe as
    • which works etherically in the mineral. How a mineral is laved by
    • is connected with the substance we call lead: so that we have a basic
    • that which etherically permeates the mineral substances.
    • from the beings we call the Spirits of Wisdom, or from that which is
    • Wisdom: whilst the Spirits of Motion work etherically.
    • which as regards its inner-being is not influenced etherically by the
    • Wisdom; he saw them spiritually. He only began to see them physically,
    • by the Spirits of Wisdom, are not physically visible, they do not shed
    • presented symbolically to the imagination, as a normal Spirit of
    • Records, and what we have found physically in the moon is, in its
    • ancient Indians called him; Ahura Mazdao, as He was called by
    • prophetically. Hence in St. John's Gospel we come across a passage
    • Christ, prophetically announced. This passage, in which Jehovah is
    • that in what we call the external light and its bearer we must
    • may call citizens of the heavenly worlds. Then through his spiritual
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    • be superficial to treat these things in such a way. Recall that we
    • in this translation — if we want to call it such — will have to be
    • Let us recall what we have been able to say about the history of man's
    • translations of them except what the spirit calls for. One can, of
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    • fulfillment of the times in the Sermon on the Mount, as it is called.
    • could be called blessed. Such a man was a seer in the old sense and he
    • called, “The Friend of God, of the Mountain,” of whom it was
    • Now, however, we are entering an era that recalls and revives the age
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    • entirely different. If we somewhat unegotistically examine what, in
    • the path through the so-called Christian documents, through the
    • which the human soul may seek the Christ is that which can be called
    • evolution which are called the Luciferic forces have brought about a
    • which separates him from his full humanity. All that we call
    • This which comes from spiritual worlds may be called whatever we like;
    • does not feel anything that can call forth a full harmony between the
    • why, in what the fourth post-Atlantean epoch called the Christ, there
    • spiritual in the sun, this is what the later Persian culture called
    • is called Christ; but he does know that in his consciousness he can
    • calls this; if the man comes to this feeling, he is gripped by the
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture II: The Path of Initiation
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    • the spiritual worlds, no matter what he calls this inner event, this
    • to what is called the path to Christ Jesus through inner experience;
    • what we call having an understanding for the various forms of religion
    • Buddhist acknowledge that what you call Christ cannot return in a
    • of this death, which we call the Mystery of Golgotha, is what should
    • can call the possibility of error (also of moral error), the
    • pain and suffering call up animality again. These animals on which
    • of the Gospels never thought of calling in the aid of perceptions on
    • me — radically, it might be said that, at first glance, what
    • setting before men symbolically in their mysteries the Osiris-Set
    • called forth in the Egyptians. There lived the divine-spiritual to
    • which men wished to attain; this was called Osiris. But on earth the
    • shall owe this to the Christ that men can ever more be called to
    • men in the most varied ways. As men were able to see him physically in
    • who, symbolically speaking, serve the Holy Grail or, speaking
    • foundation. Exoterically, no one knows who is a leader in the
    • point prophetically to those who would come: The prophets were
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    • thanks. When it was explained to him that Lorenzo had called
    • was the one who called Savonarola to Florence? No, it was God
    • who called Savonarola to this monastery in Florence!
    • spiritual-scientifically striving person should learn from this
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    • When, out of that existence which is called the pre-earthly, the human
    • association of man with the Beings whom we call the Primal Forces, the
    • Schiller would still have called idealistic thinking, — through
    • being, — that mood which may be called an idealistic mood of good
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    • more than anything else, this calls upon the understanding, upon the
    • into its present form by any kind of forces which we call forces of
    • the Christ in the ancient mysteries, although He was not called by the
    • means of external thinking. What Augustine called Manicheanism, what
    • is called at present the teaching of Mani, is only the degenerate
    • be called memory of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ had given Himself
    • I should like to call your attention to something very interesting,
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    • in Middle Europe, the gown has practically been discarded, except on
    • of thought and spiritual life: symbolically, I will call it the
    • became more and more alienated from one another. The louder the call
    • observation and experiment quite logically; who does not pass from
    • closed his life by calling out to posterity: “More light!”
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    • conservatively, the other radically, one saying something very wise
    • non-human was going about among men, calling itself “Objective
    • so-called treasures of science become an accumulation, something
    • called Philosophy, Sophia — Wisdom. But having the ignominious
    • world-existences. The names are immaterial. I have called them the
    • convulsively to begin with, for the so-called “Rights of
    • a dream of the world. In the intellect, more emphatically than
    • sum up, what is taking place chaotically in the depths of human
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    • to describe radically to you yesterday. What men of that time said
    • This sounds grotesque. Yet we see it is historically true that vision
    • He cannot in the least follow my way of describing, so he calls it
    • who call themselves materialists and those who in little sectarian
    • circles call themselves, let us say, theosophists. For the way in
    • really matter whether we speak materialistically or intellectually,
    • defense of it — quite materialistically, un-spiritually,
    • called upon to uphold the spiritual. I do not mention these things
    • of vibrations — in other words, materialistically.
    • into the next earth-life. It was called the “permanent atom”.
    • But he calls it in our case the materialization of knowledge.
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    • symptomatically expressed in the philosophical expositions of ethics.
    • are no different from what this present age calls its ideals. After
    • of ideals and these coincide with what others call their ideals, then
    • if the result is a caress, then this is called good; if it is a box
    • and utters this or that moral judgment. This voice they call
    • spiritual things and call them ideals. But in reality it is there for
    • “Superman.” Ultimately there was nothing left but to call
    • One of his last works is called The Twilight of
    • theoretically for nothing is to be gained by it. The human being has
    • This rings tragically, like a cry, through Nietzsche's
    • you call the experiences of youth, unless you look into this
    • longer act automatically but that the Spirit lives in the most
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    • the individual is able to call forth from his inmost nature. I
    • it was said that, as an individual entity, man could call forth from
    • natural before the fifteenth century, moved onwards automatically and
    • they may also be studied historically by considering external
    • called divine; this God appears primitive and incomplete in the eyes
    • remained was the traditional dogma of morals which men called
    • scientifically, they were unable to approach moral intuitions.
    • call upon this pure thinking which becomes pure will; it arises as a
    • called up that are strenuously worked for. Today what man works for
    • in his inner being is called “phantasy.” Thus in this
    • creative power in the human being had to be called upon, the
    • later life learnt nothing more; they simply repeated mechanically
    • I called upon the living, the purely Spiritual Science is dead.
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    • shall understand one another still better if I call to your attention
    • might call the solution of the world-riddle. What would there remain
    • in the same way as we were obliged to call attention yesterday to how
    • Schiller retorts ironically to this categorical imperative.
    • see, over against the so-called categorical imperative, as it comes
    • another. Just as in our inner being we must call upon love for an
    • ethical future, so we must call upon confidence in relation to men's
    • beings will tragically experience disillusionment in their fellow
    • world of soul and spirit, what may be called in the modern sense of
    • right way. What I have described here as a specifically religious
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    • tiredness, I called it. In ordinary life organic existence requires
    • unhealthy forces. I am not calling them unhealthy. They are quite
    • called attention to the fact that within every human being another is
    • young physically — mostly very old. They were to be met in
    • an “appearing before the eyes”) — what we call
    • third means to knowledge was what we might call thinking that aims at
    • needed for life. It was reckoned so emphatically as one of the
    • know, and the world calls for this. But it has nothing to do with the
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    • building up of the universe artistically.
    • scientifically, must be experienced as having no soul. Those who were
    • what I should like to call modern clairvoyance ceases to be anything
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    • to the fifteenth century — the so-called intellectual or mind
    • historically; for instance, the famous Curtius who taught in Berlin
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    • in men: True, he is getting physically old, but he has to thank his
    • changes; the length of time is not pedantically exact, but
    • flow of thoughts. What I called pure thinking in my Philosophy of
    • called thinking any longer, because in a twinkling — in the
    • studied physiologically or anatomically, but who must be livingly
    • experienced and may rightly be called, in accordance with the real
    • artistically, and one feels that what he can do one would like to be
    • means to look at black, red, green, yellow, white. Let us call up in
    • him what it is when we surround a point by a circle. Let us call up
    • being from his ninth or tenth year. Up till then what is called the
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    • artistically, and this should be so. True, one does not come to the
    • soul only through what we are artistically. We can have soul if we
    • energetically. We only educate when we behave in such a way that
    • things must for once be said most emphatically. For even when spoken
    • we have to care for a child hygienically so that he can grow in
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    • spoke of how, at the end of the nineteenth century, the so-called
    • spirit. In the epoch I have called the ancient Indian, which followed
    • the world we call that of the senses, but in the material processes
    • particularly inwardly — not theoretically — to feel, to
    • scientifically do today. In the human heart and mind there was
    • another age came in my book Occult Science. I have called it the old
    • attempted practically in the Waldorf School, aims only at saying as
    • see, theoretically it is all quite clear, and theoretically people
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    • scientifically and verified by Nature, it becomes the ideal towards
    • so-called law of the conservation of energy so that in his knowledge
    • called a dragon. But besides, the dragon meets us everywhere, whether
    • again, it means to call forth in full consciousness what once was
    • said: Yes, there is a library — but they did not call it so —
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    • call the Angeloi, the Angels. If we merely wish to show an analogy we
    • higher in rank, to the hierarchy of the so-called Spirits of
    • Naturally, you must not say, pedantically: well, the breath is inhaled
    • have stated above that we have here only an image. Organically, what
    • forces of the beings we call Luciferic. Think of beings formed
    • organically driven into phantasms. The bones may spread their nature
    • It is of no avail that Milton and Klopstock call the heavenly entities
    • element called heavenly and the Ahrimanic element called infernal.
    • a hard time to circumvent this truth, for the so-called trichotomy,
    • and call forth their good will toward Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy
    • In such matters we must go beyond mere names. Calling some being or
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    • artistically as well as spiritually outstanding products of culture we
    • You can easily imagine, hypothetically, that through some sort of
    • anatomically the traits that point back to the animal form. Yet upon
    • in what today is called, in a mere word-sense, the soul element,
    • familiarize himself with the fact that the materialistically inclined
    • time were asked about the way in which they received the divine calls
    • they called Michael, that spiritual power who belongs to the
    • Thus in ancient Hebrew occultism, the Yahve-revelation was called the
    • originated Yahve was called the Ruler of the Night, and Michael, the
    • countenance of Yahve, was called the Servant of the Ruler of the Night.
    • Death on Golgotha the Being Whom we call the Christ has united Himself
    • spiritual power which we call the Michael power organized the
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    • if I say: “man as a head-being,” this is spoken symbolically
    • can be symbolically expressed, as has been stated, by virtue of our
    • a moment and consider those beings which we always have called, in the
    • the human being. But today this Luciferic spirituality which we call
    • Physiologically speaking, it is Lucifer's constant endeavor to send
    • Psychically speaking, Lucifer is constantly endeavoring to give to the
    • sense of Michael, to think Michaelically. You see, my dear
    • walk among invisible human beings — this means to think Michaelically.
    • to follow such a thought in depicting evolution artistically in our
    • to what is called the levity of fluids. I have on other occasions
    • this that he called out his famous “Eureka!” In regard to
    • through its swimming in the cerebral fluid do we live physically. We
    • us physically is the real human being, only if we feel this to be an
    • automatically. Everywhere there is talk about human ideals. But these
    • mankind needs a new soul constitution. Once upon a time the call
    • is impossible to prove historically the existence of the Christ Jesus
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    • be a matter of calling back to your memory, in a way different from
    • Mysteries have been lost historically. Only in the most primitive
    • fashion are they still contained in that which has become historically
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. Medieval philosophy, so-called
    • for me to describe this to you graphically. Visualize the culture of
    • might call thinking in the style of Galileo. The period of time that
    • tools for which are offered by the anthroposophically-oriented
    • physiology, but they can be observed spiritual-scientifically. Mankind
    • mechanically — merely as an inner nervousness, if I may use the
    • anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science. Now, it is possible,
    • foolish! — and has arranged them systematically. Then the
    • contained not only in our thoughts — let us call it
    • appear illogical to him for the simple reason that he himself calls it
    • the fact that we ourselves behave mathematically in the world. We
    • Let us for a moment hypothetically assume that the Mystery of Golgotha
    • calls forth the state of balance between the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • something is organically disturbed. To be sure, this may lie in very
    • many Christians are Turks. They call themselves “Christians”
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    • evolution. I have often stated that what we call history today is
    • the natural-scientifically orientated thinking began to take hold of
    • natural-scientifically orientated thinking which might be mentioned,
    • to many things called “unprejudiced science.”
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • Now you know that the so-called Archai, the present Spirits of
    • spiritual-scientifically, then we find that these obscured
    • so-called reason, into our intelligence. Not into a hell does Michael
    • into consideration what today is called magnetism, electricity, and so
    • being armed against that which arises there. Even physiologically it
    • Now, there exists today a method I might call it an anti-method, of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • the incisive difference between that which we may call the human head
    • Now, if we speak spiritual-scientifically about the human being by
    • an Outline {Anthroposophic Press, New York} I have called this
    • Man's moral individuality was, as it were, aurically perceived around
    • time about that which we call today the order of nature, he would not
    • this necessity of nature is still far removed from that which we call
    • draw characteristically how man begins to feel in the Greek age, I
    • the late-Indian Yoga exercises were developed which tried to call
    • back, atavistically, that which mankind had possessed at earlier
    • asks: Why did Indian Yoga culture try to call it back, what did it
    • conception, that which we call the external world; and we have through
    • itself has changed. This, of course, you cannot prove clinically; but
    • beings of whom I spoke yesterday — I should like to call them the
    • to recognize the pure phenomenon, which he called the primal
    • called Michael culture. If we move through the world with the
    • Nuremberg was proposed, whether it was hygienically safe to build such
    • inform themselves about anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science
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    • that the so-called dead are different from the so-called living in
    • that the so-called living sleep away feeling and willing which
    • so-called living. We are separated from the dead merely because we do
    • without having physically incarnated. We only fail to perceive them.
    • beings and the forces that come from the realm of the so-called dead.
    • reach over into our world from the realm of the so-called dead. —
    • Among the many so-called “scientific” courses there are
    • literature of earlier times knows that what today is called the
    • be a historical fact; that we may be completely ignorant historically
    • To have historical knowing or to be historically ignorant in regard to
    • the so-called “clever people” that, according to the general
    • co-called historical judgment of Schiller in a most thorough fashion.
    • influenced not only by the so-called living, but by the souls of the
    • dead, by the spirits with whom the so-called dead live, just as we
    • us that we are separated from the so-called dead only through our
    • concerning the intercourse with the so-called dead is the living proof
    • characteristic traits of this intercourse with the so-called dead
    • feeling. Something arises in us which we may call a good idea: in
    • Course of a man called Poehlmann. It stated that only by employing the
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    • that stream from the so-called dead into the realm in which we dwell
    • little to the so-called dead. But the natural scientific
    • so-called materialistic Darwinism is conceived of and employed in a
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York.} This spiritual being whom we call the
    • may be called Ahrimanic beings, and we must realize that the Ahrimanic
    • Many people speak of this descent. But if they are seriously called
    • that human beings will soon be called upon to understand something
    • is always around us like the air, and in which the so-called dead
    • life of the so-called dead. The dead are able to receive from human
    • Recall what I told you the day before yesterday. I said: If a human
    • this existence. If the dead person is present in a materialistically
    • in another form. What is karmically necessary happens; but it may
    • inadequate means; to reveal the spiritual worlds materialistically.
    • shall not go wrong in assuming that this book will call forth
    • call Socrates an idiot. In doing so he is more honest than many others
    • who, in keeping with their views, should call Socrates an idiot, too,
    • a modern psychiatrist,” depicting it expressionistically. The
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    • attention to what is now called analytical psychology,
    • realities of the soul of man. And it may be called a curious
    • psychoanalysts. What is called psychoanalysis today had its
    • wound, what is called in England a “nervous shock.”
    • lost control of herself, and ran frantically in front of them
    • Freud completed what he called his neurosis theory or
    • inclination to call sex to your aid, for the solution of any
    • The first is called the extroverted type, the other the
    • emphatically point out that men do not realize into what they
    • from that standpoint, therapeutically, and that many
    • happen, for example, that someone becomes hysterically blind,
    • possible. There are hysterically blind people, who could see,
    • yet do not — who are psychically blind. Now such people
    • an hysterically blind man recovers sufficient sight to see
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science — and in a
    • the influence of these things. I will call to your attention
    • does not call them ‘gods’ but ‘primeval pictures’)
    • so-called science. But one may catch them in any such passage,
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    • designated what is called analytical psychology or
    • urges the attainment of the anthroposophically orientated
    • more serious manner than would be called for by mere
    • another. First of all I wish to call to your attention
    • our present sickly, materialistically infected approach, even
    • surmised many of these things, called the great
    • so-called man of culture, needs particularly to be mindful of
    • — as they are called — and irrational general
    • philologically shown up. In this literary creation such
    • could prove, again philologically, which ones of mine
    • sense our present so-called scientific literature.
    • sketch it here diagrammatically, so that thinking, feeling, and
    • psychoanalysis, either therapeutically or educationally, as
    • be one of the particular achievements of anthroposophically
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    • without — then you have everything that may be called the
    • candle creates the flame. The relation of what we call
    • call the reflecting apparatus for the facts of our ordinary
    • entity. We cannot perceive them psychically any more than we
    • environment had affected him, what was called forth of sorrow
    • called imaginative cognition), when the clairvoyant
    • into what we call the hidden depths of the soul, we remain
    • believes that she recalls events surrounding Mary Magdalene,
    • do not differ as radically as in ordinary life when
    • itself and radically. It changes so that at last it becomes
    • his destiny, with what is called Karma. Through this
    • call the life in Kamaloca
    • imprisonment within himself (which is what it may be called,)
    • the realm between death and rebirth which has been called the
    • world of super-sensible realities is what is usually called
    • intelligent wisdom, from the aesthetically beautiful, and so
    • worlds. These laws of the super-sensible worlds are radically
    • consider these peculiarities which differ so radically
    • psychically revolting, or the beautiful one as if he must
    • learned only theoretically, although you have striven
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    • have considered what may be called the human organization from
    • night, may be called the activities, peculiarities, and powers
    • point is for us to know with certainty that to this so-called
    • organs and the nervous system, which we may call the tools of
    • called a sort of spiritual return of Christ, and that there
    • inspiration which we may call a premonition of the approach of
    • incident in the super-sensible world — it is called in
    • which, pulsing in his blood, can be called the blood warming
    • addition a large part of what is called the human etheric body.
    • subconscious and, because they call forth definite
    • point it has been stated that in the physically incarnate
    • attractive force upon the being which we may call the
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    • movements are intimately and organically connected with
    • are all of one kind, and the so-called nerves of will exist for
    • they called it hypochondria, meaning a process of
    • arise mainly abnormal phenomena which are usually called
    • theoretically: that these things arise, having been squeezed
    • specifically, hypochondriacal symptoms, depression, in
    • the period between two incarnations — I have called it in
    • the ego passes over into what the old Mysteries called the
    • particularly to knowledge of what they then called the
    • were the two polarities when expressed exoterically, and thus
    • call forth in the next incarnation that strange urge to
    • effect karmically in the next life is prepared in this one, but
    • knowledge, and this barrier is called: the law of the
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    • the question of the significance and the tasks of anthroposophically
    • that that Being Whom we call Christ Jesus could incarnate in the
    • the human soul, what one can call the character of group-soulness
    • indeed esoterically admit as a spiritual phenomenon what was thus felt
    • What we call races today are only the relics of those important distinctions
    • movement which is called the anthroposophical movement, which should
    • fell into seven periods of time — they were called Root-races
    • realise in the right way what one calls the human “I,” the
    • When this question arises, I have always to call to mind a friend I
    • materialistically. If one would say: My brain loves you, then, one
    • that which can be called an “I” And today one naturally
    • science, which indeed, as such, must think materialistically,
    • understand Plato, because they have no perception of what he called
    • consider in what one can call the mode of thinking, the method of
    • That is what I should like to call the most material way of thinking
    • anthroposophical basis, is heard and understood by the so-called dead.
    • so-called dead. We really contact the innermost kernel of man, the
    • certain passage in the so-called Egyptian Gospel. One comprehends such
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    • calls contradictions? You see, these men of old had an infinite
    • That which we call the Christ Event is a mighty happening in the
    • There is that which we can call the Oriental spiritual stream, which
    • call to mind something which has often been mentioned here: that that
    • the second post-Atlantean epoch, and first taught in the so-called
    • a body which sprang from the parental pair called Joseph and Mary,
    • of Joseph and Mary, of the so-called Bethlehem parents, as one of the
    • call to mind a little the various things we have already said here.
    • nothing called the discoverer of arithmetic, that means, that faculty
    • into later times by being inherited physically. Therefore, what was
    • physically from one generation to the other. That means, this perfect
    • organs, and the so-called ancient clairvoyant organs. And now comes
    • that truth which must sound so strange. What one calls the old
    • too far, but one can call to mind a quite ordinary phenomenon. Just
    • the Chaldean secret schools, with the Magi. They called well to mind
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    • side which we can call at the same time the opening of the highest
    • before thee, who shall prepare the way for thee; listen how it calls
    • the way for thee; listen how it calls in the wilderness; prepare the
    • call to mind the whole historic world-situation. How had things become
    • out to the divine spiritual world. Give heed how it calls in thy
    • to the astral body, various forces. We usually call them thinking,
    • whether his thinking, feeling, willing was called) — these single
    • your souls: Kyrios, the Lord in your souls. “Listen, how it calls
    • the possibility to understand how it calls in the solitude of the
    • sun-initiation, which one can call the initiation from the sign of the
    • Initiation. And because one must express that symbolically, with the
    • so one called this sign also — the Waterman. Thus the name of the
    • those are inspired who were called Simon, and Simon's brother, James,
    • among the secrets of the sun, one finds that which one can call the
    • stands a model, which one calls Zarathustra. In truth, his being is
    • active on that part of the earth called Palestine. And one could see
    • greatest cosmic connections. And I wanted to show you how basically,
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    • also call it the “spiritually-coloured Ideal”
    • era. We will recall certain thoughts of St. Augustine because,
    • attack. That my not be theoretically refuted perhaps, but the
    • that cosmologically, behind all the processes of birth
    • And so one could, I might say, symbolically utter a deep secret
    • scientifically-thinking men. What we think and feel in our
    • course I cannot put before you even diagrammatically the
    • first abstractly and philosophically for a bridge between the
    • aphoristically, without giving the foundations for it in
    • threefold division is Theology, Metaphysics, and what he calls
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    • diagrammatically, the sleeping condition is well-known to you.
    • That which we call the astral body and ego separate from the
    • what we call the third Hierarchy, the Hierarchy of the Angels,
    • poetically altered, as seen under the influence of that
    • not conceived juridistically, but theocratically. It was
    • place of the individual Gods, — the Christians called
    • a Spiritual structure, was radically obliterated by
    • Bentham. This principle is usually called the “maximum of
    • sentence — they call it devilish because, to any of these
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • the peoples and are understood exoterically in their literal meaning.
    • call incarnation, incarnation in the sense in which we have human
    • we call ‘the sons of the fire mist’. To-day the fifth root-race is
    • those whom we call the Manus, he was the Manu3 of the fifth
    • we call the development of the arts, the development of skill and
    • with our fifth root-race that what we call engineering and
    • First we have what we call the physical. This has an occult connection
    • we now know them, but one man, who is called in the secret doctrine
    • The Manu of the fifth root-race. In the English version of An Outline of Occult Science, this Being is called ‘the leader of the Christ-initiates’ or ‘the leader of the Christ-oracle’. (p. 177 in the 1949 edition).
    • Manas. Here is meant the higher Manas. In the book Theosophy Rudolf Steiner calls it ‘the spirit-filled Consciousness-soul’ or ‘Spirit-Self’. (p. 57, revised English edition, 1954).
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    • mature enough to work in what we call our intellect. Before that time
    • belonged in their whole nature to what we call the Moon evolution.
    • call the phase of cold, objective science. Prior to this time there
    • Let us first call to mind the whole of the myth. We are told that
    • expressed symbolically as the changing of the comrades of Odysseus
    • symbol for the striving of the individual soul. Goethe calls it the
    • something that one can call a content, then the intelligence can be
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • folk; we call this the Spirit-race, because the import of the fifth
    • sub-race. The second sub-race we call the Flame-race, the race to
    • its downfall. He is called upon to guide the northern peoples until
    • into tragedy. Hence he is also called Sieg-urt, which means, “he
    • upon which the fifth sub-race could arise. We also call the race the
    • culture. In. fact the historic Attila, who was called ‘the scourge of
    • mystery event is called a ‘Mahr’, from which we get the word ‘Marchen’
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    • that is the Persian cultural community. Then we have what we call
    • call attention to the familiar Nicene Creed, which says “suffered
    • called upon to make the decision from the stand-point of the physical
    • might call all that accompanies us to-day in the moon the ‘leitmotif’
    • corresponds not only with what the Trojan War stands for symbolically
    • come to recognise as important, something which has been called the
    • Mysteries are called upon to take a part in the fashioning of
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    • built up mathematically out of simple elements. Much that at first
    • the so-called pentagram. Furthermore, you know that in various
    • occultist says about the pentagram, we must at first call to mind the
    • earth itself was in an earlier embodiment called the Saturn
    • astral body, then will his astral body become physically luminous.
    • correctly, calls these beings, Spirits of Light or Elohim.
    • into his astral body? What we call goodness and common sense. If you
    • configurations, which he calls his ideal. He forms moral concepts.
    • become that being of light of whom we spoke is called the
    • called the astral light. When the student engenders light through
    • of the material. These are called Chladny figures. When the spiritual
    • into what we call the Atlantean epoch. Our forebears then lived on a
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    • with it. Recall the Gothic churches, those characteristic buildings
    • have often called attention to the fact that it was something
    • movement called Christian Mysticism. It is linked up with such
    • was something to be esteemed. Plato used to be called “the
    • our souls schematically against the background of human development.
    • Let us recall once
    • conditions. First, there is the solid, called Earth in occultism;
    • then the fluid, called Water in occultism — not only the water
    • matter, called Air in occultism. There is one still finer condition,
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    • occupy ourselves with a consideration of what is called the symbolism
    • if only briefly. You may recall my elucidations of the day before
    • called meditation if you have the key to plunge deeply enough.
    • Two is called
    • part, is called an involution. The process of expansion and unfolding
    • from Scotland called the Scottish St. John, who later lived at the
    • Recall what we
    • what can justifiably be called good or evil then flows into the world
    • journeyman had to be completed before one could be called a
    • sense is called “The division of the One so that the rest is
    • have examined what is called number symbolism and learned that when
    • call the “study of numbers,” will learn to understand
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    • always been called a microcosmos, a small world, and rightly so.
    • total humanity. This will be understood when we recall some ideas
    • What we produce in this way today is called “creation in the
    • effective in the plant kingdom. Then they will call forth not only
    • call people into being through their speaking, so it was that the
    • another picture would come toward us. At present, men are physically
    • flood through space in this world, the harmony of the spheres, called
    • Mankind will be so far along morally and ethically that all
    • from which all beings have, so to speak, physically crystallized.
    • purifies itself, it rises through what is called the world spiral.
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    • When we have to speak of what we call the Spiritual Hierarchies, it
    • at our present time in evolution. There is what we may call a
    • is called the knowledge of the Mysteries. In the Mysteries of India,
    • so intrinsically internal, that it could only gradually flow again
    • can be called a difference — is that Western occultism has to
    • worlds can be called Eastern wisdom. There must not be any
    • assert about the so-called truths of Buddha, that I had said that the
    • physically-limited stars, what the physical eye sees to-day is but
    • moon, and called it ‘Moon.’
    • each other, call forth quite different ideas in man. It was the same
    • which is called Astronomy. And as Anthroposophy has recognised the
    • understand, given full value to that Mythology which is called modern
    • exoterically and its spiritual side less seen, the more it has been
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    • may call the Eastern teaching about fire, which was of such
    • surrounds man in the world was then referred back to the so-called
    • elements are called Earth, Water, Air, Fire. But where spiritual
    • was called ‘earthy’ by the spiritual science of those
    • crystal, or lead, or gold, anything that is solid was then called
    • then that liquid iron would have been called water by spiritual
    • the condition we call gas, or oxygen, or hydrogen, or other gases,
    • was called air. Fire was considered the fourth element. Those of you
    • what we call Earth, Water, Air, and what we call Fire or Warmth. How
    • in that burning object.’ In those ancient times one was called
    • smoke, and it may still be so called nowadays, and the other was
    • called light, and the spiritual scientist saw the fire in the middle
    • cannot be perceived by the outer senses: one call perceive what is
    • physical, material process. At the foundation of this physically
    • called the bewitching of some spiritual being. We can explain it
    • Spiritual beings, which are also called elementals, are bewitched in
    • and hypochondriacal moods, he calls to him the elemental spirits
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    • yesterday's lecture about the so-called lowest realm of the
    • was its forerunner. We call that former planet Moon, but we do not
    • once upon a time and then passed through a spiritual state called
    • planetary condition, which we call Sun. This is not the sun of
    • immediately above man, are called Angels in Christian esotericism,
    • one degree higher, therefore two stages higher than man, are called
    • development, are called the Spirits of Personality, Archai, or
    • You can see now that those beings we call Archai, Primal-Beings or
    • comfortably warm.’ Something resembling what you would call
    • realised outwardly, to that which we call external warmth, or fire.
    • call external warmth is produced. If you had undertaken your voyage
    • hatched. The Spirits of Personality, or Archai (they are also called
    • have called it on one side; and on the other side appeared light,
    • sun has come into being. One is fully justified in calling it a sun;
    • from the Sun those beings of the spiritual hierarchies, whom we call
    • of former times. Therefore, they are called Angels of the Beginnings,
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    • spiritual hierarchies whom we call Archangels, or Fire Spirits,
    • Let us now call up once more before our minds this ancient Saturn and
    • must by way of a comparison, recall to our minds the development of
    • grow into a Being who will be able to give, cosmically. This Being
    • of their own bodies? They were the Beings whom we call Thrones or
    • there that those Beings stand, whom we call Powers or Exusiai,
    • these Powers are those Beings we call Mights — Spirits of
    • those beings we call Spirits of Wisdom — Dominions, Kyriotetes.
    • were, if one may so call them, the inhabitants of ancient Saturn.
    • physically — the warmth condenses into gas. The Sun is a
    • we call Cherubim (The Spirits of Harmony). They are Beings of an
    • inhabitants, otherwise called Archangels, passing out into Universal
    • call to-day the animal kingdom. Just as the earliest foundations of
    • Cosmology, called the Beings, who, acted upon the Ancient Sun, from
    • Capricornus. The Man, for reasons which we will hear later, is called
    • nomenclature is called the Waterman. We shall explain in the next few
    • always be traced back to spiritual Beings. That which we call so
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    • some of the things which may be called introductory, it is necessary
    • Saturn. Only they were not as yet called on to play their part —
    • Christian Esotericism calls them Thrones, Cherubim, Seraphim. They
    • Wisdom; then the so-called Mights, Dynamis (or, as Dionysius, the
    • Areopagite, and after him the Teachers of the West call them,
    • who are also called by the Teachers of the West — Potentates,
    • picture it quite mechanically. A very nice experiment is shown in the
    • called the residue of the primeval fire. The primeval fire is
    • call it what you will. This is the essential characteristic of the
    • which really consists of primeval fire and of what is called fire-mist
    • we call the Dominions, or Spirit of Wisdom. It is they who now press
    • Beings brought this about, whom we call Mights, Virtutes, or Spirits
    • came into play which is called in all Esotericism, and in all
    • of the divine Gita, where symbolically at the beginning of the battle
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    • called in Christian Esotericism: Angels, Archangels, Primeval
    • In theosophical literature the Archangels are also called Spirits of
    • we call the eternal nucleus or kernel of the human being, the
    • abstract can imagine what is called the Soul of a nation or Spirit of
    • the inner working of spiritual life, that which is called the
    • there lives and weaves what we call a fire-spirit or an Archangel; he
    • nations. That which one really calls a ‘Zeit geist’ or
    • touched on yesterday, the so called Powers, — Exusiai, whom we
    • also call the Spirits of Form. Here we have to do with tasks that
    • call forth a certain amazement, even in you, who are already in a
    • scientifically quite honest. For later on, by purely physical
    • later how it is with them, but now we simply call attention to the
    • certain progress of the Sun — call it apparent or otherwise: —
    • those spiritual Beings whom we call the Spirits of Wisdom — the
    • those Beings, whom we call Archangels or Fire Spirits. And now we
    • interchanged, in later Astronomy. That which is called Mercury to-day
    • was called Venus in all ancient teachings, and that which is called
    • Venus was called Mercury. Thus, note it well, one does not understand
    • the ancient writings when one takes that which in them is called
    • the Mights. Then come the Beings we call the Dominions, and here
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    • then, that which is called Mercury to-day — but which is
    • esoterically called Venus; then Venus — which is Mercury in the
    • We will draw these schematically to-day, as we have need. First we
    • so much of it is called Manas or Spirit self, this — as has
    • by Archangels. Those who are called the priest-kings of Atlantis,
    • who are called the holy Rishis would have appeared to you as simple
    • body, is called Dhyani-Buddha in the Eastern Teaching. Dhyani-Buddha
    • were bearers of Archangels in the post-Atlantean times, are called
    • called human Buddhas
    • physically visible (for when he appears only in an etheric body he is
    • not physically visible, and there were such Bodhi-Sattva who were
    • physically invisible) that he can, as a higher Being, inspire quite
    • entity is called a Dyani-Buddha in Post-Atlantis.
    • entity is called a Bodhi-Sattva in Post-Atlantis.
    • entity is called a human Buddha in Post-Atlantis
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    • which science calls air can certainly be thickened to that extent;
    • Thus in this completeness we have to consider that which we call, in
    • nothing as yet of the three conditions of matter which are called
    • called Gemini, in another those called Leo, and so on. These are
    • have called, somewhat grotesquely, eggs — but they really had
    • off, and then on to its surface percolated that which can be called
    • is warmth, physically perceptible. And now through the action of the
    • that which in a narrower sense is now called Saturn, (for it stands
    • speech. The heart was called the Lion within the body. Primeval
    • was accustomed to call inwardly, Leo, was also called the region of
    • necessary for the protection of the heart, was called the
    • in space is really called ‘breastplate,’ a protection
    • which the Crab has from nature, hence that region was called ‘the
    • making the sacrifice, namely, those Beings whom we call Spirits of
    • the Lion, Jupiter, (one can also call it Jupiter, for the planet seen
    • called into being; I called this region that of the Eagle. In this
    • which originally called it to life. One ball after another was
    • Therefore that region where they were killed is called the ‘region
    • has now grown clearer. But one thing must yet be recalled to your
    • physically cognisable able warmth. Thus the illusion arises, when one
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    • from real facts, which are called the facts of the Akashic Record;
    • region called the Lion, the single planet Saturn (that which we call
    • time which we call the fourth period of the evolution of the earth.
    • happened before. What is called the physical body to-day had its
    • reason for his being symmetrically built on two sides, arose while
    • will also understand what must be called the Karma of each of these
    • of the Spirit-self. This Being is called Nirmana-Kaya in Eastern
    • Law for the future is called Dharma. Such a body is called
    • is that, which, up to now, we have really called man? Man is a name
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    • course of evolution, that time approached which we call the Lemurian,
    • world, that it calls forth in us feelings of sadness.* For people who
    • Primeval wisdom called it the Crystal Heaven, and in that crystal
    • therefore, all that lies outside our circle was generically called
    • beings in the world? They have what is called ‘the direct sight
    • When we descend to the next Hierarchy, to those Beings whom we call
    • called the gods of hindrance, of impediment, in the widest sense of
    • beings we call Angels. The Angels were passing through their human
    • behind, whom we call the Luciferic beings, came into touch with the
    • otherwise than follow the orders of the Godhead. In what is called
    • good. Now let us descend to those Beings we call the Powers or
    • Heaven; these are Beings who on account of their later deeds we call
    • had to find expression physically in a twofold way; first through
    • not any more physically present. This is the great difference between
    • was called to grow into man on earth.
    • position, a position which we can only describe graphically, even if
    • future: ‘I am called on to search in my own inmost depths, for
    • Freedom into the world, and with Freedom firstly that which one calls
    • next above man were called Messengers and Arch-Messengers to show
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    • fruit of the cross; it is that, which always calls out to us: ‘Look
    • the Gospel of St. John. This darkness was illumined by what we call
    • about which may be called the birth of the Eternal out of the
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    • investigated by so-called clairvoyant research, through the ascent
    • which, in relation to man, we may call spirits or gods, the
    • body, but also for all that is thus plastically formed in this astral
    • instrument of the intellect which works physically. The ego, the
    • wish to express it radically, this whole outer sense-world becomes
    • the outer world, whereas we are called to take part in the outer
    • usually call life, a transcending in such a way that not death but a
    • called ‘purification,’ because the astral body is
    • concentration, etc., might be called an inner experience of the
    • it is the experience which is called the meeting with the Guardian of
    • however, there is too much left in man of what is called anxiety and
    • what I have called fire up till now, would be like calling the tracks
    • the so-called secret teaching, in the teaching of the mysteries, the
    • experience which is then gone through, is called the passage through
    • just as we did formerly among people of the physical world, is called
    • one can ascend to experiencing the beings in the so-called elements,
    • element, fire. Of these elements the things which physically surround
    • composed. And we know that behind what physically surrounds us there
    • most part come to us from the sun. We know that the sun calls forth
    • the earth forces which — considered physically for the moment —
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    • UR attention has been called to the fact that to human beings at a certain
    • astral auric cloud changes practically every moment as higher or
    • is not our real being, is not what is called our Higher Self, for
    • developed. What we of today call the psychic phenomenon of conscience
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    • Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon. That is the so-called higher,
    • approximate and broad sketch of evolution from the so-called Lemurian
    • lived at a time in Greek spiritual development called the epoch of
    • fundamental to the whole of evolution, and called them Zeus, Kronos
    • Pherecydes said: ‘Chthon becomes Gea (today called earth),
    • This knowledge he derived from the so-called Phoenician initiation.
    • his life and call him Muller. He is the same person who thirty years
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    • false, nonsensical abnormal concepts and forces, may be called into
    • those spiritual beings called Erinyes by the Greeks. The old
    • order to call men's attention to the existence behind this visible
    • spiritual world accessible to the southern peoples it is called the
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    • so-called Apollonian culture and mysteries were developed, and on the
    • called the “History of the Child-hood of Jesus,” is
    • which we call the world of the lower gods gradually withdrew from
    • what we call the upper gods behind the outer world of the senses.
    • physically within, or understood in His Dionysian nature; He had
    • has of the outer Christ. It will be observed how in the so-called
    • consciously into those regions which in ancient times were called the
    • Dionysian worlds and may now be called the Luciferic worlds.
    • initiation, so that he not merely feels the Christ mystically within
    • teachings flow out into the world; they are called upon to spread
    • it back again to the realm called in ancient times the Dionysian
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    • experiences with what we have called the Christ substance — was
    • let us call up before our minds the most radical change in the nature
    • finely permeated by what we might today call the misty cloud
    • of each form. The manner of perceiving then was what might be called
    • on the physical plane as a figure able to be perceived physically,
    • prophetically, among the ancient Indians, shall come to life again in
    • what is called hearing. But the inner experience of hearing and the
    • but call it feeling and add that which is experienced by this sense
    • physical-psychical process. On the other hand that which we call our
    • today is something that is only perceived mechanically by men through
    • would not have called that which is breathed in and out merely
    • ‘air’; he would have called it ‘fire air,’
    • today what is manifested through the solid (that which we call the
    • sense. But what we today call air, to the old Indians was fire, for
    • that time there appeared to mankind what we today call air —
    • which in the first post-Atlantean epoch was what we call fire, is at
    • we call second sight. Suppose when walking along the street anywhere,
    • we cannot physically see, and we meet him a little further on. Why
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    • and saw behind the physical sunlight the Christ spirit whom he called
    • spoke of Ahura Mazdao, they called him Apollo. In their Mysteries
    • spiritual life, the Indian knew nothing about what we today call
    • need of logical thinking. Why must we think logically? For the reason
    • we find it today when we are called by the Rosicrucian method to seek
    • turn to the Amshaspands, are generally called Izets or Izarads and
    • Persian conception these beings, called Fravashi (Feruers), were
    • we call the sentient, or astral body.
    • is called the influence of Ahriman, of Mephistopheles. And so man
    • upon the inward path was in later times called the God Mithras. Hence
    • foundations underlying the physical world, we must call these
    • had been to the vision of old Persian seers. The Chaldeans called it
    • spiritual being called Ishtar, who was known to be a beneficent moon
    • spiritual world. That experience is still expressed symbolically
    • happen which may be called the outflow into space and co-existence of
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    • fundamentally individual characteristics whom we call the Holy
    • an early chapter I called your attention to the fact that on
    • degree to the sphere of goodness, must also be called good. As soon
    • incarnation of that great Teacher who may be called the essence of
    • in this sense — call other individualities who also are great
    • Graeco-Latin period through that which we call the intellectual soul.
    • Skythianos, as he was called in the Middle Ages. And anyone who knows
    • development is expressed. Manes called these persons together to
    • witnessed by spiritual sight.) He called together the personality in
    • King in India to whom a son was born called Josaphat. Extraordinary
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • called the cyclical course of world events. At the time of our first
    • in ordinary life is called human cognition or human science, and what
    • All that has been said so far can be historically
    • calling itself anthropology. As it is practised, anthropology
    • are called imagination, inspiration, and intuition. Man's ability to
    • illustration. In former times there were the so-called Mysteries,
    • took up what may be called anthroposophy. The term actually occurred.
    • Robert Zimmermann wrote a so-called Anthroposophy, but he
    • individual cells in their juxtaposition. Everything is mechanically
    • science can be called the sense of life. That is a real sense
    • from blinking to walking or running — we call the sense of
    • question, and this calls for the concept sense, which is exactly as
    • any significance. True, the skin can be called the organ of the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • We began with the sense we called the sense of life —
    • disturbed it can re-establish itself automatically. If we stretch out
    • little stone formations in them, the so-called otoliths, that lie in
    • judgment is called for, infers from the appearance of these similar
    • sense organs can be applied quite as logically to the mousetrap as to
    • anthroposophically. By means of spiritual-scientific observation, man
    • occupying ourselves particularly with what science calls the sense of
    • pressure is exerted, a little lump, as we may call it, always
    • calls aroma, pleasant or unpleasant scent, etc., as the case may be.
    • nature. Let us first recall and examine the sense of smell. What is
    • in order to understand the microcosm anthroposophically.
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • and I visualize its meaning. This sense could also be called the
    • objects — anything we “call to mind.” The terms
    • occurring simultaneously, melody calls for the mental co-ordination
    • laws, which is another process we can call to consciousness after it
    • there appears what is called spiritual activity; the so-called
    • something like two tentacles, man develops what is called the
    • or has the ordinary human being anything that can be called an
    • ordinary life is called outer sensation, [TRANSLATOR'S
    • flowers — they can hardly be called senses any more — the
    • subtle one of all which we call pure, logical thought. All this is
    • directing, as so-called lotus flowers, their activity outward, then
    • Higher up lies what in the narrower meaning we can call our senses.
    • plastically, as the artist chisels a figure out of stone. The
    • line. When the ego, for instance, is called upon to perform a
    • the main blood-stream runs horizontally instead of vertically. The
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • there are those that are arranged symmetrically. You might say that
    • were laid out asymmetrically, but not in connection with the
    • is, in the plane in which the human being is formed symmetrically.
    • materialistic doctrine of descent, the crux of which is the so-called
    • through all forms recalling animal stages, thereby repeating, in a
    • perceiving not only tones but also what we call sounds.
    • substance that in no way resembled a larynx. This called for special
    • called for a current passing outward from within; this current had to
    • Recall here what was said in the last lecture concerning the origin
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • soul life that we call attention, memory, passions, emotions.
    • of the soul life calls for consideration of the adjacent realms.
    • accustomed to call the outer world, all that we see before and about
    • interests play a part. When we call an act good, we know that it
    • we may call the inner experiences of love and hate.
    • we call desire. Entering from another direction and underlying love
    • supposed to be contrasted with another set, called motor nerves, as
    • science, however, that is not the case. What is called the motor
    • objects we will call perception, and what you continue to
    • our soul life, psychically substantial, is what can be designated
    • place. What we call soul experience is in a sense at the same time
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • that is radically different from all other everyday experiences of
    • done that so-called science would term barbarism; the poem was
    • typically magnificent soul life as Goethe's that we look upon it as
    • Let us recall the contrasts in Goethe's soul, as they were disclosed
    • recall them at will. Occasionally they refuse to be recalled, and we
    • to recall their store of conceptions and knowledge, and others so
    • recalls conceptions, is of great importance because it is a measure
    • that they are like beings within us. Recall, now, those moments of
    • in your soul. It is something that in everyday life we call boredom.
    • so-called educated ones. In general, people are far less bored in the
    • NOTE: A bit far-fetched in English, or at best specifically poetic,
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    • call a non-poet because, as compared with his other spiritual
    • Gone is what I called mine:
    • we should have to represent it graphically by showing the flood
    • for the moment disregard the content of the outer world. Call to mind
    • What we are wont to call reasoning capacity in
    • relationship is maintained between the soul and what we may call a
    • strong according to our ability to recall visualizations at will.
    • act upon conceptions. A conception is more readily recalled by our
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • thought. We saw that thought itself become poetically creative, as it
    • lives on in our soul life. We can recall it, but if we do so only
    • them we must first call them up out of the unconscious life of the
    • exists. What we call desire simply does not flow in the same
    • call one current A and the other B; then you could get right to work
    • matters, yet I should here like to select names that will recall to
    • bodies. You can test this. Try to recall all that you have learned
    • in common parlance called “surprise,” “amazement.”
    • seen it before. What was it that called up this memory? Well, it was
    • the impression of the new picture that magically and visibly conjured
    • us recall the highly significant fact that man's retrogressive memory
    • must join the continuous current we have called the etheric body. At
    • knows that mere desire cannot possibly call forth the ego. However
    • state of affairs graphically by drawing the ego current at right
    • Now let us recall the fact, already mentioned, that
    • repetition of a perception, the other called up out of the soul by
    • provided for the memories, which are called forth by the new
    • we call in the force of desire and develop out of the ego a force
    • capable of recalling to our memory those visualizations that
    • us. If we cannot recall the visualization, it is because our desire
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    • is called a concatenation of concepts, for example, the rose is red.
    • show. Whether I call to mind “rose” and “red,”
    • it was possible for Aristotle to think scientifically about the
    • unequivocally of the spirit in its relation to the soul and the body
    • specifically spiritual tie comes into consideration, other than the
    • incarnation. Aristotle's doctrine calls for reincarnation but does
    • why, basically, we are at the turning point regarding the doctrine of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • have the spiritual world proved to them in a so-called scientific
    • the calling in of such erudition might seem superfluous.
    • force of facts that exist for us automatically. Outer physical facts
    • were to call all that nothing, or at most a sort of surface foam from
    • concepts and ideas, in the nous, as he calls it, man lives in
    • as it is now the fashion to call them, expressed itself in the
    • in the affirmative, it would automatically show that materialism
    • explain thoroughly would call for many lectures, that what springs
    • spiritual science as the calling into being of forces hidden in the
    • Further, it shows what pathological phenomena, as they may be called,
    • the right effect. Paradoxically it could be said that in the sense
    • occidental, to feel Buddhistically, as indeed no one rooted in the
    • theoretically, but really only by repudiating the content of his
    • plausibility of what we call reincarnation. In a certain respect
    • of their being into a Beyond; are, as it is called, transcendental —
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • practically never used in German to mean ‘imagination’ in
    • supersensibility, as we call it, for we based our statement on the
    • man we call right or wrong — the category “subject to
    • to our anthroposophical doctrine of the spirit, let us call to mind
    • visualizations, reasoning and what we can call emotions — the
    • — we would be forced to admit axiomatically that no tree is
    • When a combination of conceptions is joined by what we can call
    • to call up, quite experimentally, forces in our soul that at the
    • be called unreal, yet did not come into being like an external error
    • we have performed something that manifests itself as intrinsically
    • true sense of the term we call imagination. Summing up: When
    • have described it points to what we call inner imagination in the
    • itself to what we may call the imaginative world. Just as there is a
    • itself quite realistically the moment it appears. When our soul
    • separated from the body, is filled with what we may call imaginative
    • but lacked the power to call them to consciousness. Such a condition
    • expresses itself in what is called ‘imagination,’
    • streaming in of what we can call the spiritual world into our
    • within the region of the soul that must be called emotion. Of course,
    • takes place in the realm of reality that we can call a passing over
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    • of which, in fact, really calls for elaboration to confirm it. In
    • impulses that appear to him symbolically either as huge, frightful
    • call a feeling of moral responsibility, particularly toward the great
    • an automaton. He notices a desire to express something automatically,
    • observing, which one might call a sort of fundamental tone that you
    • way gradually arrive at what may be called inspirational cognition of
    • and confidence that they are bound to crave. Recall this beautiful
    • was called a Sun hero. His inner law and sureness were such that he
    • Divine Spirit, as they called it? They said, “The bodily world,
    • we to proceed systematically and in the manner commonly aimed at in
    • mankind through the spiritual current we have come to call
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    • they are called, in the newspapers, is quite sufficient proof of this.
    • itself was still organically united by living ties to Nature. And it
    • We call these remote ancestors of humanity the Lemurian race. Then
    • rhythmically and with what regularity the Sun appears and disappears.
    • ‘Lions.’ At the fifth stage of Initiation a man was called by the name
    • the Sun in the heavens was called a ‘Sun Hero,’ and there were Sun
    • being where we think logically. It would be nonsense to decide by a
    • logically right or logically wrong.
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    • shining with least strength. On that day the pupils were called
    • they saw ears of corn as tokens of life, indicating symbolically that
    • life, in what may be called man's highest Ideal. Thus did they learn
    • Christ was called "the Lion of the stem of David." To the fifth degree
    • name of his own but was called by the name of his people. Thus men
    • Nathaniel was called a ‘true Israelite’; it was because he had reached
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • takes place symbolically on Christmas Night, in the words: ‘To us
    • Christ is born anew!’ It is as though every year the soul is called
    • symbolically by the Baptism in the Jordan was not widely understood,
    • longer comprehend that the Being called Christ had been present in a
    • believe to be born anew symbolically every Christmas Night, is the
    • for the revelation of that Imagination which may be called the Christ
    • reality of what is proclaimed to us symbolically on Christmas Night by
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    • significance and its destiny was tragically fulfilled. Moreover at
    • among the tribes which at that time called themselves the Ingaevones,
    • or were so called by the Romans — by Tacitus
    • Everything that comes into the world calls forth a Luciferic and an
    • is another name for Nertus. Those who were connected with the Mystery called
    • into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem;
    • called God, though subject to the Father," This was declared
    • are called Ingaevones, those of the centre, Hermiones, the remainder
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    • brought graphically before us in the Gospels.
    • these so-called ‘secret’ teachings were no different from what is now
    • geometry to children by calling upon the intellect in an age when from
    • really is nor why it is so called. It is quite well known, because as
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • Exoterically, the date itself throws some light; esoterically, the
    • In the Egyptian Mystery-language, the bodies of men were called the
    • indicates the connection with the so-called Root Races. The remaining
    • is frankincense, connected with what was intrinsically characteristic
    • expressed symbolically by the frankincense, which is the universal
    • so-called lower, or astral mysteries. To be led by a Star means
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • as our so-called enlightened theology, has more or less lost sight of
    • Nazareth. But for us to-day Christmas must become a call and a summons
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • related individually to the Christ. Folk-history, as it may be called,
    • are called ‘Aeons.’
    • place, that the Cosmic Being Whom we call Christ had not entered
    • from us so tragically by the war. Realisation of how the heights of
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • calling to mind some of the things we have heard in the last few
    • we call ‘pure thought.’ For the way in which Dr. Unger spoke
    • of the Ego we call the form of pure thought. 2,500 years ago there
    • call this inner voice conscience. If a man is of the opinion that the
    • to speak, prove historically that there was a beginning to the time
    • what could be called the inner voice; what he writes of, still took
    • (Since 1923 called by Dr. Steiner “The Spiritual Soul.”). In
    • word was, so to speak, only the call to attention, the signal, that a
    • when there was what we might call an ancient “musical
    • kind of incarnation was called a “Son of Apollo”, because
    • through the astral world then through what we call the lower part of
    • world. Or, using the European terms, we call the physical world the
    • astral world is called the elemental world; the lower Devachan the
    • given a religious colouring and is called the ‘World of
    • Theosophy calls Nirvana and which lies above the ‘World of
    • extend to the Buddhi-plane, or what we in Europe call the World of
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • place in the past. It is not really a good thing to call karma the law
    • trade, and was thus pitchforked from one calling to another. Of course
    • the point here is not that the one calling was in any way better than
    • change, will like his calling, — that his interest in it grows
    • calling, now come forth anew, — that is, those he felt at eleven
    • work out karmically by making the grown man or woman a hard, dry
    • out karmically in the second half of his life, in his joy in life, in
    • can only call forth a moral pain, may become a physical pain in the
    • bodies must now call forth greater activity in order to repair the
    • injury. It is the extra activity thus called forth which is the actual
    • healing force. Whatever calls forth great activity in the spiritual
    • the calling forth of a stronger resistance to the disorder. — An
    • we may call up from the spiritual members of our life.
    • say: When the effort to heal was made, we called upon the strongest
    • forces within us — but they did not suffice. Yet whenever we call
    • did not succeed, the forces we called up in making the effort, are not
    • we must look upon the illness, karmically, as something which will in
    • were not able to heal it. The forces for so doing were called up and
    • then, that so-called inherited tendencies have such dreadful results;
    • which is in effect not only theoretically incorrect but immoral.
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • called the ‘luciferic influence’. During that epoch man was
    • the Golden Age came the so-called ‘Silver Age.’ Man was
    • instincts. Man could no longer be called a companion of the Gods in
    • Eastern philosophy calls this age, Treta-Yuga. Then came an Age which
    • should again see Christ in the flesh, as a physically incarnated man;
    • the mesh. Why? Because what we call the dark age — the Kali-Yuga
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • activity which may be called an activity of the Life Spirit. This
    • They called the ego of this ancestor, ‘Itiel,’ to indicate
    • was to reappear in Jesus of Nazareth. In the same way they called the
    • bears the law within it. They called the etheric body of this ancestor
    • this ancestor they called ‘Agur’, because the physical
    • ancestor, was called, (because the Divine-Spiritual Beings gave loving
    • Life-Spirit, was called ‘Kohelet’; for it was said: ‘In
    • called to the deepest part of man's nature. What was to be made
    • his ego — ‘mediumistically’ as we should say to-day
    • spirit, with what the Greeks called ‘Pneuma’, he was
    • earth, he only had to call forth within him the state in which he
    • ecstatically raising themselves to the Divinity, but who endure it,
    • called ‘Pneuma’ or Spirit, they were then guided
    • of God!’ Thus must they be called, who are really filled inwardly
    • ‘Blessed are ye, who are especially called to carry the Name of
    • called ‘Christians’ in the true sense who realise that this
    • now again reached an important time. What is called the ‘Dark
    • so-called return of Christ. Particularly at the small times of
    • wide. This again found acceptance by the materialistically religious
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • stream, in what we call the Christian Initiation, and how this
    • sides — polarities, as we might call them — that confront us
    • development, we may call the two opposites: man and woman; whereas in
    • earth between man and woman cannot be called male and female. That
    • artistically represented the defects must be corrected. In better and
    • In the year 1906, during the Congress in Paris, I called attention to
    • the conditions prevailing in our age, are called upon to deal with
    • century, which are called shallow and superficial and which Goethe so
    • that comet in 1835. Things that take place microcosmically on the
    • earth are macrocosmically connected with events of the great world. A
    • we call ‘Signs from the Heavens.’ This is really a fact;
    • ‘Shamballa’ — for so this Land is called — has
    • Thus humanity is now called upon to make a decision, whether it shall
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • incarnations and did not possess what we call conscience, so in later
    • what is to-day called conscience, or at any rate not designated by
    • dramatist then existing had no words to express what we now call the
    • soul which corresponds to what we now call conscience, he had to do so
    • appears atavistically, and only in abnormal cases. No blame should
    • corresponding to what we to-day call conscience: you will not find
    • we must call to mind much that we have learned in the course of past
    • If we wish in a deeper sense to grasp what conscience is, we must call
    • stage of development, what we call the forces of the Spiritual-
    • or Consciousness-soul. (Dr. Steiner has, since 1923, called this the
    • aware that what we call the ‘ I,’ the ego, works in the
    • quite exoterically, but even in these lectures many a thing can now be
    • — or quite exoterically as we shall do on Thursday, — or it
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • an ever-increasing knowledge, that what the outer world calls death is
    • is connected with what we might call an egotistical bent of the human
    • Jesus whose existence cannot be historically proved. One can therefore
    • and historically? It is necessary that people should learn that Christ
    • you will find the Christ, even though you know nothing historically of
    • The purpose of what we call the Theosophical movement is to make such
    • same truth, and emphatically asserts it. At the same time St. Paul
    • illusion.’ Whether you call this the Fall, as the Bible does, or
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    • life on the earthly plane is radically opposed. In external life,
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    • and later the connection can only be recalled by relating oneself to
    • on earth can be recalled by means of initiation, we discover that
    • formed itself karmically during that life, appears before the soul.
    • have to correct karmically, and we help to shape a next life that
    • passions, who lives strongly in what we might call his animal nature,
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    • begin this study by considering what we call human consciousness.
    • the untruth. To the one we have called wicked we can confess, “I
    • our ego has lost worth, but if we make efforts we can recall it to
    • particular time and people by clinging egoistically to the form in
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    • ether bodies and radically transform the individual concerned. That
    • the passage in which Homer calls the realm after death, “the
    • is illumined by spiritual beings. That is why the Greeks called
    • Without exception all materialistically inclined people become
    • If you have studied my lectures carefully you will recall that he has
    • physically between conception and birth, and also what he undergoes
    • This can be proved historically with reference to the natures of the
    • fact the whole arrangement of the figure can be studied artistically.
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    • system, though first into what the occultist calls the Mercury
    • we call the Venus sphere, we feel ourselves as Venus dwellers. There
    • into a kind of cosmic twilight. We cannot call it cosmic sleep, but a
    • calls sound forth in these words uttered at one time by the Tempter
    • (books comment rather nonsensically that this is a gesture that a
    • are reduced to inactivity, then we should find this in the so-called
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    • this karmic adjustment are welded together technically, as it were.
    • materialistically minded person at once loses the connection with one
    • ordinary scientists of the materialistically minded this is the
    • only recall the significance of such an event for our soul life when
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    • lives on after death, and later recalls the experiences in the Moon
    • As we expand farther we enter a second realm that is called the
    • diagrammatically, but the Mercury sphere is larger than the Moon
    • person, however, becomes what one might call a sociable being. There
    • passionately, however, even if it were only physically, will
    • this was karmically planned is another matter. But do think, when you
    • The next sphere after death is the so-called Venus sphere In this
    • the Godhead called all the peoples of the earth to assemble so that
    • that should be recognized. You will recall that one of the most
    • particular passage, I had to say to myself that the Greeks called
    • historically the truest expression of the vitality of the etheric
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    • When a person is no longer physically present, the riddle arises as
    • spiritual science can mean quite practically. Spiritual science is
    • like a plant. You may recall that a scientist, Raoul Francé,
    • has called them forth. Without the sun there are no plants and during
    • This does in fact occur, not physically but spiritually. Because the Christ
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    • seeks to answer the call, which in our time is perhaps only heard
    • recall our life together as it used to be in every detail. But when I
    • able to live in communion with spiritual beings. Now man is called
    • Those who feel called upon to carry spiritual ideas into our
    • because spiritually they are empty. The cry of the dead is the call
    • the greatest seriousness and it is called forth by the deepest
    • calls, his understanding must go from island to island. Human beings
    • previously, they will be unable to do so. The voice that calls will
    • consciously for spiritual science follows that call, that voice. He
    • the spiritual world. These voices, these calls come from the
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    • occur we pay no attention to them. If you become dramatically aware
    • understanding will be achieved between the so-called living and the
    • can release from our hearts what may be termed anthroposophically as
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    • contemporaries who are materialistically inclined and reject all
    • incarnated as Gautama Buddha. For Gautama Buddha what may be called a
    • a certain extent a replacement for what may be called a kind of
    • prevalent among them, though theoretically they may have absorbed the
    • life-giving impulse. More than anything we may learn theoretically,
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    • the stream of heredity, enable him to fashion plastically his
    • fashion his bodily constitution, to form it plastically from within
    • plastically what he receives through heredity. Everything that he
    • thus fashions is luciferically colored. When we then observe such a
    • who reject fanatically, in a narrow-minded way, anything that is
    • person is a hypochondriac, a pathologically melancholy individual,
    • and rebirth. Souls who are called upon to serve the beings of the
    • Whether a human soul is called upon to become the servant of the good
    • with ancient times conditions have changed radically. Activities that
    • and goes out as a call to the man in the street who might otherwise
    • deeply and a considerable call is thereby made on his own forces when
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    • the beings who may be called “Mars men,” if we wish to
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    • One recalls the relationships one has had with his fellow men.
    • birth. As long as man is called to journey from life to life the
    • man is a sense of utter loneliness. From a certain period called the
    • religious feelings here on earth. This period is called the Venus
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    • have to call it in human language, loneliness. Death can never mean
    • may call little sympathy for his fellow men, a person who has lived
    • be done by the so-called living who have remained on the earth.
    • is chosen. Fundamentally, what is called a child's love for his
    • As here we live rhythmically between waking and sleeping, so in the
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    • death and a new birth, which is so radically different in nature from
    • The so-called dead need the living, for otherwise they would only be
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    • Man experiences within himself what we may call thought, and in
    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • who call themselves “thinkers”. For the new edition of my
    • then the human soul did not at all experience what can be called
    • of what are called “universals”, general concepts, and
    • thus to so-called Nominalism, the view that universals can be no more
    • “Metamorphosis of Plants” and see what he called the
    • he called the “primal animal” (Urtier) and you
    • Kant wanted to drive out of the field the so-called “ontological
    • first third.” That is what is called “pragmatic history”,
    • world: what we would call the results of the Saturn, Moon and Sun
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    • physical human body, and what they themselves call the soul. What do
    • names. These Nominalists had opponents who were called Realists (the
    • certain times they go through movements that recall human “washing”,
    • they eat mice, etc. One can call such creatures “cats”.
    • something to do with what we call “cats”. But now let us
    • that a great many of these people call their pets “Pussy”.
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • are materialists, call atoms, I know not. But I recognize the
    • explanations already given we can call such Realists, and their
    • ideas that permeate the world-process, may be called Idealists and
    • valid only whatever can be treated mathematically. From this results
    • mathematical formulae. This may be called Mathematism.
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • element in the world, allowing it to remain indefinite. He calls it
    • forces behind phenomena — can be called Dynamism.
    • is a world of phenomena.” This is the outlook called
    • kind of message from reality.” This outlook may be called
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    • illuminated by e.g. the mental-zodiacal-sign that we have here called
    • basically a Gnostic, but is specially illuminated by the
    • find that people who call themselves good Theosophists may go through
    • it is outside its home. Logically speaking, one is not justified in
    • say, for example: “I will call nothing ‘Gnosis’
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • violet colour — nothing else.” Logically it is just as
    • zodiacal signs. I will call this world-outlook, Voluntarism.
    • them. This mood we can call Empiricism. Empiricism signifies a
    • the divine Light, this soul-mood can be called Mysticism.
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • easily with the different standpoints, as they are called. But it can
    • “gnostically”. They were in a position to pass behind the
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
    • be called Theism. Or, in contrast to Theism, there may be a
    • soul-tone that we must call Intuitionism. Theism arises when a
    • physically, so truly does this other universe exist spiritually.
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    • called the Venus mood, flows towards Idealism and is nourished by its
    • spiritual astrology this so-called sextile aspect is unfavourable. We
    • should call a “thought”, whereas for them it is the
    • them. And thus they create conditions which call for adjustment.
    • bring into a right relationship other so-called spiritual streams,
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    • Man experiences within himself what we may call thought, and in
    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • who call themselves “thinkers”. For the new edition of my
    • then the human soul did not at all experience what can be called
    • of what are called “universals”, general concepts, and
    • thus to so-called Nominalism, the view that universals can be no more
    • “Metamorphosis of Plants” and see what he called the
    • he called the “primal animal” (Urtier) and you
    • Kant wanted to drive out of the field the so-called “ontological
    • first third.” That is what is called “pragmatic history”,
    • world: what we would call the results of the Saturn, Moon and Sun
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    • physical human body, and what they themselves call the soul. What do
    • names. These Nominalists had opponents who were called Realists (the
    • certain times they go through movements that recall human “washing”,
    • they eat mice, etc. One can call such creatures “cats”.
    • something to do with what we call “cats”. But now let us
    • that a great many of these people call their pets “Pussy”.
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • are materialists, call atoms, I know not. But I recognize the
    • explanations already given we can call such Realists, and their
    • ideas that permeate the world-process, may be called Idealists and
    • valid only whatever can be treated mathematically. From this results
    • mathematical formulae. This may be called Mathematism.
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • element in the world, allowing it to remain indefinite. He calls it
    • forces behind phenomena — can be called Dynamism.
    • is a world of phenomena.” This is the outlook called
    • kind of message from reality.” This outlook may be called
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    • illuminated by e.g. the mental-zodiacal-sign that we have here called
    • basically a Gnostic, but is specially illuminated by the
    • find that people who call themselves good Theosophists may go through
    • it is outside its home. Logically speaking, one is not justified in
    • say, for example: “I will call nothing ‘Gnosis’
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • violet colour — nothing else.” Logically it is just as
    • zodiacal signs. I will call this world-outlook, Voluntarism.
    • them. This mood we can call Empiricism. Empiricism signifies a
    • the divine Light, this soul-mood can be called Mysticism.
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • easily with the different standpoints, as they are called. But it can
    • “gnostically”. They were in a position to pass behind the
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
    • be called Theism. Or, in contrast to Theism, there may be a
    • soul-tone that we must call Intuitionism. Theism arises when a
    • physically, so truly does this other universe exist spiritually.
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    • called the Venus mood, flows towards Idealism and is nourished by its
    • spiritual astrology this so-called sextile aspect is unfavourable. We
    • should call a “thought”, whereas for them it is the
    • them. And thus they create conditions which call for adjustment.
    • bring into a right relationship other so-called spiritual streams,
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    • symptomatically to a phenomenon which perhaps seems hardly connected;
    • of whom the one conceives an event or a human being tragically, while
    • lifeless world. But we know too that this physical body is called to
    • life through what we call the etheric or life-body. We know this
    • what we call Spirit-Self or Manas, Life-Spirit or Budhi, and the
    • so-called lifeless only through the manifoldness and complexity of
    • which we call consciousness. Consciousness within matter is thus born
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    • speaks of cruelty, destructiveness, but one cannot call the animal
    • body. One calls them Luciferic beings, or groups them together under
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    • quite definite method of thinking — one might call it that of
    • say: If a personality who is able to act egoistically lives in a
    • the personality towards impulses to action. This the Bible calls
    • science — or anthroposophy, as we call it today — has to
    • there lies what calls these substances to life, and this etheric body
    • are called the milk teeth. Only the teeth that come with the change
    • physically has the task of forming firm supports. What is expressed
    • memory and of all that we call hope and courage in life. When these
    • sick organism, corresponds to this plant. Hence Paracelsus calls a
    • whole of nature works upon man, and how he is called upon to piece
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    • high spiritual being called Manu. They moved about in separate
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    • forth in this course of lectures; studies concerning what is called
    • to call it ‘the Spiritual Law of Causes,’ the law by which
    • that thing or being itself; nevertheless we must not call the
    • we can hardly then call that karma, for in this case the being from
    • we cannot really call it karma. For instance, we should not call it
    • calling took place in the youth's nineteenth year, probably the next
    • boredom arising five years after the change of calling must be sought
    • time before the change of calling as the occurrence we have been
    • learn to study life methodically, and to place things in the right
    • whole life-time. If you call to mind the earliest parts of your life,
    • which we have done, if we wish to counteract these wrongs karmically.
    • between birth and death, which we call the consciousness of the
    • included in this consciousness we will call the
    • will call the ‘individual consciousness.’ Thus we see karma
    • individual will intersect the laws which we may call ‘karmic laws
    • called to these facts by Spiritual Science in 1906, and in other
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    • What might be called external evidence of the reality of karmic law
    • related to what we call the course of human karma? In this we shall
    • permeated and animated by the so-called Spirits of Life, which, though
    • into being what we call his higher human organisation. In order that
    • we call the possibility of evil; but with it also at the same time
    • is bound up with the world karma. In the so-called dark ages when
    • individuality which compensates karmically for what the animals have
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    • physicians against what is called scientific medicine, and it can
    • into a kind of passion when they feel called upon, and rightly too, to
    • humanity in our day because the materialistically coloured opinions
    • which brings to our notice the fact that what we call the physical and
    • currents. It is an extremely interesting fact that we call on the
    • in the case of the plant; we have called forth a certain healing power
    • show us that the etheric body must make greater efforts to call forth
    • deeper healing forces must be called forth. But what is the
    • exemplified by the following. Think of an impression which called
    • thereby called forth; this then remains, so as to compensate the
    • incarnation has thought, felt and acted very egotistically, sees
    • organisation can be traced back karmically to egotism in a previous
    • formed organs. Thus we can karmically trace the effects in three
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    • convincing statistics showing that in his so-called ‘wait and
    • This school of medicine was called, and is still called, ‘The
    • particular case called forth the healing powers from his organism, but
    • highest degree. This striving draws him, as if magnetically, to places
    • modern times we call diptheric, which in many cases appears when there
    • humanity the forces we call luciferic, which belong to beings who
    • real individuality of man who became more subject to what we may call
    • mingled with what we call the ahrimanic influence. Ahriman could only
    • Now the case is different in the so-called ‘tuberculosis of the
    • railway train. How are we to understand so-called accidents in
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    • so-called ‘self-healing’ penetrated the minds of the young
    • world is moving in the direction of what we may call the karmic
    • question: how is that which we may call ‘self-healing’
    • spiritual or other events called forth or experienced by the soul, if
    • You might also recall the famous lamp in the cathedral of Pisa, which
    • sentiment and thought and also the development of what we call the
    • into the matter. Here also is what we call ‘chance.’ It is
    • we call ‘chance’ are the phenomena by which we are most
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    • as science calls infections. Nevertheless, if we go deeper into the
    • accidents, that is to say those events that are generally called
    • we call pain, which we do not have during our waking condition when in
    • We have a consciousness, but it is so vague that we cannot call it up
    • order to bring about what we called yesterday the process of illness.
    • may call: the search for the external causes of illness through the
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    • resisted by anyone who is called to a spiritual development, and who
    • external world, or whether by descending mystically into his own inner
    • up. When a man tries to descend mystically into his own soul, he is
    • being, of calling forth even more strongly than before the reactionary
    • that aspect of our development which we call ‘Mystic.’ On
    • than with those which come acoustically — in voices heard and so
    • illness, and then equalised through the pain, why should it not call
    • been so strong as immediately to call forth the ahrimanic influence,
    • we may call luciferic temptation. If man were to receive all that
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    • us, the luciferic influences call forth the ahrimanic influences whose
    • delusive ideas, all of which he can substantiate most logically but
    • thinks quite correctly and logically in every other department of
    • their work logically, so that the real inner being is altogether
    • reasoning, for such reasoning will only call forth even more violent
    • be obviously absurd. If we make him face facts called forth by
    • will be karmically balanced in the next life. When examining the next
    • a manner corresponding with our period, in his three materialistically
    • Thus all things are in a certain way cyclically fulfilled. And now we
    • at all. We may perhaps have helped this person physically, externally,
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    • what they have karmically fostered within themselves. This is the
    • the world to fill it. In a life spent in external and physically
    • bodily organism. That which is psychically and emotionally the
    • scientifically will encounter instances of this kind at every step.
    • as woman. From this it is clear that our later life is karmically
    • is the karmic effect of birth, and birth and death are karmically
    • of animals also, birth and death are karmically connected, such a
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    • fundamental substances of matter, called ‘elements.’ These
    • that which must be called, if we truly realise the fundamental meaning
    • temptation coming from Lucifer are experienced karmically and the pain
    • Finally we must see in that element of love which has been psychically
    • healing dependent upon what we may call a ‘psychic healing
    • of healing, to that which is often, in amateur fashion called
    • to be significant to oneself only, for then one would call forth one
    • the way in which the movements of the hands are made, and technically
    • right in its assertion that by calling up the opposing forces we can
    • results of this, considered chemically, are not very different from
    • forget, and pay no attention to, that which one may call ‘the
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    • with what we call ‘Individual karma?’ We have already
    • call a plan in the evolution of mankind. We could then survey such a
    • karma of man?’ Let us first of all consider what one might call
    • In this regard I may perhaps call attention to the fact that an
    • likeness and picture of that which we may call the deepest
    • called forth by materialism; and we must look upon these defects as
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    • consider in this lecture cycle. First of all, I would like to call to
    • These are scenes whose effect one could call simple and straightforward.
    • through what is called the Cosmic Midnight with consciousness. Souls
    • called the Saturn period of Devachan (one can designate the
    • sense world, what we may call (and we will speak of it at length
    • dwelling in what one can call the Self, had approached from world
    • tears itself away from what one generally calls the inner life; that
    • And I, dear friend, am called upon to wait
    • vision of Hilary without the deeper understanding one can call
    • materialistic, or as it's called in more grandiose style, our
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    • and this solution is chosen at least theoretically by very many souls
    • one. These beings we call Ahriman and Lucifer are right here in the
    • external world, we call for certain reasons spiritual; what is more
    • Ahriman can be called the lord of all that takes place in external
    • This love, which one can call egoistic
    • can call it egoistic — is fully justified, for it detaches man
    • called egoistic and is not there for the sake of the beloved but for
    • he formulated his so-called proof of God, that is, that a hundred
    • in this scene something as dramatically tumultuous and exciting as
    • question of simply calling them good or bad. Instead we have to
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    • point of view from which the worlds beyond the so-called threshold
    • of noting what is called the threshold between the sense world and
    • This, however, calls for overcoming something that is deeply rooted
    • does this? It is something we can call sympathy and antipathy. Out of
    • replaced with what we can call soul-quiet, spirit-peacefulness.
    • shadowy imprint, called up by the physical body, of the thinking
    • that, lying in occult depths, can be called a true living force. As
    • the clairvoyant consciousness. What we call the will in the physical
    • there comes what may be called a terrible feeling of isolation, of
    • forceful are the soul experiences we can call the eminently moral
    • becomes inner firmness; we can call it an elementary backbone. Both
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    • or if you recall the recent performance
    • Recall for a moment how the journey is described through
    • Devachan or the Spirit-land, as I called it. You will find that the
    • has accomplished much that is very interesting — theoretically
    • and artistically — in regard to the relationship of human
    • continually receiving treatises on the so-called squaring of the
    • circle. People were constantly trying to prove geometrically how the
    • this we cannot do with the impression that calls for spirit
    • to the so-called proof of God' s existence, that a hundred imaginary
    • consciousness into a world (into a thought-world, one might call it)
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    • one to fight fanatically against a new idea, for he had confidence in
    • one could call them elemental beings — were like besiegers of
    • become what one could call his pupil. He had often heard Benedictus
    • aware that every time he recalled the story of the fortress, his soul
    • anchor it in the physical sense world. That is what typically happens
    • is even called “literary speech.” The name indicates how
    • atoms, he really was practically asleep. Now, however, with his soul
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    • aroused, called forth and given shape in free, inner soul experience
    • called Roman letters, but others use an entirely different form of
    • so-called human self of the physical and elemental worlds, we find
    • accomplish all they do through what we can call Inspiration. The
    • soul. Here we will sense something that can be called the breath of
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    • how the soul meets with what we may call the other self of man.
    • other entities. As a point-like being, we confront what we might call
    • just in general terms but dramatically as happens with every soul
    • further aware that what is called thinking, feeling and will is maya,
    • that the beings called Lucifer and Ahriman send their impulses into
    • he hasn't advanced very far — not beyond what might be called
    • Johannes Thomasius says all sorts of things that theoretically have
    • a karmically determined moment — when the spiritual world
    • world — a world I might call super-spiritual — our real
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    • about the so-called “culture” of the present day may well
    • appeared; then we have to recognize the deficiency of these so-called
    • I would call it — and I am not speaking from animosity but with
    • craving to get in, a so-called “nibbling at the spiritual
    • what from the standpoint of clairvoyant consciousness can be called
    • called the Soul World in my
    • the right way, one cannot keep pedantically to the hard and fast
    • us when we pass through the gate of death; one can call it our past,
    • the spiritual world. The so-called strong egoists are the puny souls
    • called the Cosmic Midnight in
    • present so-called culture. Clear, awakened thinking about this
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    • into being and decay. When we call to mind the days of our childhood:
    • after their own image and likeness, the so-called ministering angels,
    • He gathered together the angels also, the so-called ministering
    • the animals and plants and asked them what they were called, what
    • made to pass by in succession before man’s eyes, were called,
    • is thine own name?” And man said: “I must be called
    • am I myself to be called?” “Thou shalt be called Adonai,”
    • life, calls forth our joy and delight. We become aware that the whole
    • connected with our earth what we call the spiritual part of the
    • earth in Spring, those spirits whom we call the earth-spirits,
    • higher gods. But there were mightier, older, gods, called by the
    • to call attention to a matter that is of great importance, namely,
    • to call to mind what England has done for the reproduction and
    • vitally and not merely theoretically. Permit me here to interpolate
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    • the point when what we call imaginative pictures arose out of the
    • what may be called imaginative visions which then surround us on all
    • have called the limitless world of visions. Here we must in the first
    • wolf is in reality. In Anthroposophy we speak of so-called
    • call wolves. Let us now assume that the soul nature and
    • not develop physically, which disappear into the abyss physically,
    • physically you will at once see what he does) who, confronting a
    • I have described what is around us, physically as well as spiritually,
    • philosophically, for that is what I tried to do years ago in my booklet
    • developed philosophically. I did not at that time try to show the
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    • seen from recent studies, we call them luciferic or ahrimanic,
    • aright at each moment of this life, is he worthy of being called a
    • what Nietzsche called “The Tragic Age” — Thales,
    • extraordinary process, this so-called conquest of Greece by Rome! In
    • than is usually believed. Recall, for example, how long the whole
    • Greece politically and militarily, it acquired Greek art and science.
    • and forms itself grammatically in speech. One lives in the word. The
    • Consider without sympathy or antipathy but purely historically what is
    • body and lives on in feeling and sentiments. What we today call
    • striving for the opposite, were indeed the people who were called to
    • apt to be overlooked. How do the deeds of a Caracalla or anyone else
    • another light. It was Caracalla who did this, and he was not a man to
    • characteristically Roman egoism. That says enough about the soul's
    • for instance, was a noble man, but Caracalla had him murdered. One
    • philosophy, categorically forbidding its pursuit. He also put a stop
    • and continues to work on in a later time, even though luciferically,
    • reappears again in the Renaissance can indeed be called luciferic, for
    • was called to life again in the Renaissance, the other has always been
    • “civilization,” which I would call a monstrous concept since
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    • itself an ahrimanically perverted perception of sense reality. As
    • So, over against this primal phenomenon, we have what Goethe calls
    • Atlantean influences spread out from a region that was called Atlantis
    • called the “Great Spirit,” and to receive his commands.
    • call inspiration and I quite often openly call illness.
    • out...” Think of it! The imaginations work so physically in him
    • imaginative world, because he calls it an illness.
    • realistically rendered landscape and among its people is the figure of
    • among men. Naturally, you will not find this so radically expressed in
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    • to be systematically thought through and you will see that it is so.
    • from two sides, even geographically, that will burst like a storm into
    • instructions and commands. This spirit was called by a name that
    • Now this cosmic wisdom, which was intrinsically not evil but held holy
    • called ahrimanic in the fullest sense. Nevertheless, certain feelings
    • spread abroad exoterically. Thus, in those regions of the earth, the
    • such as the so-called Life of Jesus by David Friedrich Strauss.
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    • related to what is commonly called science today much in the following
    • sentences. What we call the laws of nature can be compared with
    • page would resemble what is correctly called science today. But if we
    • call letters.
    • post-Atlantean cultural epoch, calling it the Greco-Latin in
    • twelfth centuries of the Christian era differed more radically from
    • that can keenly, penetratingly and logically master the outer surface
    • scientifically all that lies on the surface? They have appeared because
    • spiritism or spiritualism, as it is called, is nothing but an attempt
    • externally and physically, but inasmuch as we are in the world,
    • Pope should excommunicate a whole nation,” and energetically
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    • phenomena of human historical development. The so-called fourth
    • of those powers we call the normal hierarchies, whereby the quality of
    • gift of material perception. I have characterized this by calling the
    • like to hear the truth but only blessedness, as it is often called.
    • who have wrestled with this problem, some more theoretically, some
    • more practically. The most intense efforts have been made to solve
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    • call the luciferic and ahrimanic powers play their part in the
    • life there between what are called the luciferic and ahrimanic powers.
    • Such events always call forth opposing forces, which, indeed, in those
    • written by pedants who call it Goethe. Often they have been
    • call Grimm's lectures a book written by an American but in German. In
    • They call the neighbors round within the circle,
    • He calls the neighbors round within the circle;
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    • of the time should continually bear in mind that with so-called
    • in what might be called the simplest and most convenient manner,
    • people are so prone to entertain in our time were examined logically,
    • Now, taken purely historically, the divorce of the first, Catharine of
    • Faith, as he called himself, that is, of the Catholic faith emanating
    • to pass under what we may call the Locke-Voltaire influence! How many
    • thinkers and is emphatically not without significance. They are keen
    • in the form in which it has developed historically. To them, it was
    • This is a direct historical consequence of the callous organization of
    • called attention to how seldom people are inclined to turn their minds
    • externally, mathematically or physically as Copernicus, Kepler,
    • calculate it and treat it geometrically as is taught today in
    • practically every elementary school.” But spiritually, things are
    • is again practically at the spot where the sun was. Together with the
    • sails through, what the sun has called forth.
    • recognizes the so-called law of the conservation of energy as
    • can even be easily proved historically that they knew it. Imagine that
    • the days of Isis; then we must see that what we learn prophetically is
    • those ancient times. What was called wisdom was fully united with
    • trivial statement, “I am called Hans Muller, but you will never
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    • position to comprehend everything, practically everything. The fear,
    • they call logical, and they give out these reasons as logical
    • about the super-sensible worlds; he surmises that in all that he calls
    • something similar to what he felt locally when he cut his finger. And
    • aside our legal-political life, which is entangled chaotically as in a
    • Mysteries — I shall call them the “Mysteries of Light or of
    • were spread over the regions now called India, Persia, Armenia, North
    • men with whom we are surrounded some whom we call
    • that stream proceeded what we call Feudalism. In external social life
    • particular with the Mysteries of Egypt. I called the first stream
    • Light”. I shall call this second stream “the Mysteries of
    • people lacking in imagination. I might call it “the stream of
    • which we call the Roman Catholic religion. There, God with his
    • Here then, in the tangle of our so-called civilization, we have the
    • three threads chaotically at work. Always in a certain sense there has
    • find theories built up scientifically, but devoid of Spirit, alien to
    • life with most penetration in what I must call Goetheanism. Goethe,
    • everywhere lays hold on facts, and indicates so-called
    • better to mark their own feeling of relationship to him, they called
    • especially in recent years. So one can even call this man the Rasputin
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    • widespread sorrow of the times, and to recall only the greatest Event
    • fearful deterioration that has overtaken the so-called culture of
    • I should like to recall to you one personality, a truly materialistic
    • we have drifted, so far as any human being can be called responsible
    • found today among the clergy, among the preachers of the so-called
    • Archangelic Power, that Being whom we call the Archangel Michael, and
    • They called Michael the countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know
    • so-called war-years, in reality years of terror, a cry which has
    • atavistically the old qualities of perception by which Michael could
    • sound, there is a tendency among so-called civilized nations at the
    • recall what Christ Jesus has brought into human evolution.
    • We must endeavour clearly to understand, that that which today we call
    • how rightly to assess it. Today I shall only call your attention to
    • When the representatives of so-called religious societies accept the
    • so-called creeds of today are working intensively for Ahriman; they
    • physiologically) in the bony system. The Christ stands in the middle
    • ascribed to Beings who are called Divine. Writers such as Milton and
    • centuries, much that is Luciferic is hidden behind what is called
    • recall how that which gives its own particular meaning, its true
    • called themselves true Christians, fought at the time against these
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    • evolution of mankind that what we may call the knowledge of Initiation
    • here called Anthroposophical Spiritual Science, civilization must sink
    • we call Ambition, particularly when it expresses itself as a judging
    • to his Will. We go through the world as so-called waking beings, but
    • of our skin. This same Will works cosmically through our corpse, in
    • cosmically united with what we may call the Soul-spiritual process of
    • proud when in this way he can grasp what he calls leading threads of
    • Directly our attention is called to such things, knowledge of them
    • remarkable degree, even if pathologically. From the beginning of his
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    • The thoughts which, almost in answer to an inward need, we call up
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    • of year, expressing as it does symbolically the meeting of past and
    • course of time, to recall some passages from essays which I wrote more
    • shoulders that our generation recalls the period when a philosophic
    • German. This is why their teachings were so enthusiastically received;
    • called themselves leaders of the nation, amongst those who prepared
    • I should recall that when I wrote this essay, I had already published
    • the so-called dogmas of experience, i.e., continually insisting
    • to point out how necessary it still is today to repeat the call of
    • the justification of that call; for he who without prejudice looks at
    • today's misery and want, had that call become a reality in the hearts
    • extent. We hear the old Marxist call rising in the East of Europe:
    • religious forces it can unburden itself of the necessity of calling
    • manifest itself, according to which they can argue logically. They do
    • over to the Luciferic Powers, by calling up within themselves this
    • with man's abstract logical power. He calls them the basic needs
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    • of the human soul undergoes changes. The so-called science of
    • further. Anthroposophy seeks for what may be called exact
    • is thus that we can trace what has been called an exact clairvoyance,
    • else. To do this calls forth the full energy of the soul and an
    • they are undertaken systematically and with persistent energy, the
    • ordinary soul-life in sense experiences and perceptions. It is called
    • of initiation are called the ‘formative forces of the body’; not the
    • formative forces which in the older science of initiation are called
    • concept we can call it to memory again. But in this super-sensible
    • call back to mind; we have no memory of the experiences in this new
    • and animal, what is in man too as sun-force that we see physically
    • empirical results but is built up scientifically upon rational
    • need to work practically in the world, but deeper than through
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    • may be called imaginative in the real sense of the word, and in such a
    • called yesterday his ‘time organism’ — the formative force body
    • knowledge? It is in effect this, that we call to life within ourselves
    • cognition, we call to life our power of thought, which was dead.
    • so-called Animism, the poetic fancy of simple and primitive peoples,
    • prophetically and in a picture that was not at that time a real and
    • call to life again what is the religion of humanity, the synthesis of
    • Not only is it able to call Christianity into fresh life, but for
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    • Today we shall discuss first in what I might call a sort of historical
    • how great a proportion of what so-called clever people call fantastic
    • People used to look back at a time when there were not so-called
    • present them historically, for only by this method shall we arrive at
    • Thus a form had to come into being that might be called cosmically
    • what is called the heavenly, the super-sensible world; and with the
    • words, what we are accustomed to call extra-human nature. What was
    • recall the Dragon that Michael relegated to this world of nature
    • nature, so that the man's own etheric body reflects etherically the
    • the Gemüt, as I might call it, was active. In his
    • In this picture that I have evoked for you, Michael stands cosmically
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    • revitalization is called for of the elements of a Weltanschauung
    • to revivify it, I must present to you — episodically, as it were
    • may call it that — becomes actual experience.
    • the warmth and enthusiasm of feeling. We can call a man
    • reason of man's having become cosmically a hermit, this is even more
    • gloat over their subtlety, but it simply fails to sense how basically
    • what appears in our time as symptoms of decline is basically connected
    • something happens physically, psychically, and spiritually.
    • him; he sees nothing but dead matter. — Psychically: everything a
    • man has ever expressed in the way of what I must call cowardice of
    • beings in the Dragon's body are at work in us. — And psychically:
    • man would never be tormented by what are called disease germs had his
    • diverge so radically from everything else in the world that can be
    • specifically in the human Gemüt, if the latter is to learn
    • called stupid, I always maintain that it is merely a case of his not
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    • spiritually or, in image, physically. Nowadays, of course, our general
    • connection with the cosmos. True, by means of their materialistically
    • occupy himself with dreams as such but with so-called mediumistic
    • subconscious calls the conscious mind a muttonhead, and it lies; hence
    • the earth. And when the priest said: The position of the sun now calls
    • liquid in the glass, while the sediment, as we may call it, formed
    • what I may call its population, its spiritual aspect — so we can
    • light, into the spiritual light of day. And the call for a Michael
    • Festival is the call for the spiritual light of day.
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    • cheerfully call a saline crystal “real,” and also a rose,
    • logically but realistically. The obvious errors in the general
    • million years ago, calls for mental brilliance and exact knowledge.
    • True, these calculations disagree by a trifle: some call it twenty
    • computations really calls for the greatest respect. It is exact, it is
    • whom we call elemental spiritual beings — beings that constitute
    • mind is called for totally different from the one involved in the
    • Gemüt sensations: a Michael Festival calls for human
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    • so doing we only attain what I might call a shadowy picture of the
    • beings, even the so-called thinkers of today in reality only get so
    • Thus he reaches what may be called etheric experience.
    • memories this furnishes what I might call a kind of preparation for
    • You can make memory a real experience if you recall with
    • different aspect; they begin to be spiritually and psychically
    • memory-experience what I may call the experience of gesture, in the
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    • impulses pass over into his bodily substance, I called in yesterday's
    • undergone spiritually and psychically in pre-earthly existence (which
    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • this is called the adaptation of man to the conditions around him. As
    • psychically blind to those human souls who have passed through the
    • usually call angels, archangels and so on, there are also, bound up
    • many of these inherited impulses. This is called today “being
    • Here we have something which may be called the
    • man which would not only balance itself karmically, but which would
    • then sees, spiritually and psychically, that in the rising mist
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    • view, we are accustomed to call heredity. I spoke further of how man
    • which one recalls; it is rather a question of having experienced them
    • people sat around you. Here you have recalled something which you
    • changing. Call up inwardly in your soul one such scene which you
    • experienced. Recall it vividly. Then in the night you find yourself
    • vividly recall some memory we must place spatial winter before our
    • may also say: “I have called up from my inner being the active
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    • we call our earth-body with all its various parts was once in the
    • have inwardly grown up with their calling show something of what we
    • may call a deep sense of the spiritual element in metals; for the
    • is treated electrically in a certain way and then brought to the
    • what I may call universal invisible life, and this is something which
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    • simply because what the chemist calls by these names today did not
    • on, all the lighter so-called metals simply did not exist in that
    • become denser, what we now call carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
    • then faded away. When today we recall our own childhood our memory
    • recall a pain which we experienced in childhood — and that is
    • forces of the cosmos; this cosmically congealed albumen swam in the
    • earth environment. These forms of cosmically congealed albumen were
    • substances, and from the union there arose what I may call the
    • find them still doing this, bringing graphically to the mind of one
    • itself. Animals arose possessed of what I may just as well call wings
    • This is the point at which what I may call the merely
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    • incredible caricature of a truth, namely, the so-called law of the
    • theoretically, but because it was inwardly, solemnly felt and
    • the expanses of the cosmos. Here let us recall what was said in the
    • last lecture I called fluid albumen. We know that the cosmic forces
    • We may recall what was said last time, that, preceding
    • expressed microcosmically in the man of today that which once was
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    • Hibernia, that much-tried island to the West of England, to call up
    • difficulties, and who are not led systematically into these
    • as a Soul-Eye. The head as Soul-Eye represented microcosmically the
    • is something we call knowledge, but it has really no value in the
    • All these were experiences which called forth in the
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    • it no longer recalled the ancient form of the Primeval Mysteries. One
    • been said, recalled that which he had seen here or there in life, and
    • landscapes which, as has been said, recalled that which he had seen
    • When the pupil now called up again before his soul in
    • he had experienced, which he should recall then in full
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    • gelatinous material something arose which was physically much harder
    • one saw it had been formed organically. Today we should not speak of
    • him which again permeated him, which we today should call the astral
    • more significantly, much more energetically with the human being of
    • those which we are entitled to call in Spiritual Science the Great
    • historically, in Palestine. When later, in temples and churches, the
    • pictures to the people, then these were pictures which recalled
    • historically into the ancient world of the East, when he looks back
    • historically into ancient Greece, into ancient Rome. He may
    • is called the period of migration of peoples, and in the period which
    • this time was dependent upon what today we call the ordinary
    • taken place historically. But cults, wisdom teachings as Hibernian
    • be reached through that which was to be seen physically, when men,
    • There I called attention to the
    • Valentine Andreae — physically it was the same personality —
    • mighty experiences majestically arising, between man and the
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    • LET us once again call
    • Let us again call to mind that Image which appeared at
    • figure, perceptible physically; this became for a time the necessary
    • as a caricature in what is called astrology. At that time it was a
    • called the Mother. The most important of these earthly substances
    • order to take it up were called “the Mothers.”
    • towards the goal of earth-evolution were called Tellists.
    • expressed very dearly and even historically in the transition from
    • a two-fold path. We have his so-called logical writings, those
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    • upon his soul two polarically opposite feelings. The pupil who sought
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    • Asiatic races — what we today call matter simply did not exist.
    • of as it were by the heart; and he learnt to see psychically, with
    • initiating Celebrant was called “Father.” What did the
    • naturalistically nor in a moral way. It was something in which
    • that substance which we today call copper, he could not say as one
    • know how Venus appears spiritually, psychically, and bodily, up above
    • call a knowledge of the atmosphere, wherein men in studying the earth
    • to the salt e