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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • practicality of which is doubted today by no one — came at that
    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • That never entered anyone's head. The women's question came into
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • it could take place only once. What came of this blood in the ages
    • events were rightly understood by those who came to His forerunner,
    • Through what came to pass during those three years men have been made
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • ordinary life. The soul then became capable of perceiving those
    • Humanity then entered an epoch in which its youthful forces became
    • soul became permeated by the God of the universe. Humanity always had
    • prescribed in the ancient mysteries to bring inspiration to man became
    • to say to himself, “There came a time in the evolution of the world
    • once sought through an external connection with the Godhead came to
    • became possible for man to find Christ by deepening and strengthening
    • Spiritual science shows how it became possible for the human being to
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • simple country life, whether they came from large cities or the loneliest
    • sublime imagery of the human soul such as that, for instance, that came to
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • learnt to alter the Moon direction to that of the Earth. This came
    • — who later on became the Nathan-Jesus, was permeated with the
    • — the being who later became the Nathan-Jesus, and who otherwise would
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • Speech came to man as a consequence of progressive development. The
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • later became the Nathan-Jesus child, received into himself the
    • became capable of uttering more than interjections. The power of
    • Ahrimanic influences right into the Atlantean epoch. Then came the
    • evolution, came the post-Atlantean epoch. In this evolution the
    • there came to man that deep reverence by which the soul was prepared
    • It was there where all things came into being,
    • And nothing came into being but through the Word.
    • into disorder in its activity on the Ego, there came the fourth
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • spiritual heights became manifest — one might say, as a sort of prophecy
    • So the Sun Spirit became the guardian of the wild, stormy passions when
    • became a sibyl. For the Greeks, Apollo, the Sun Spirit, represented the
    • Then came the fourth, the earthly mystery, that of Golgotha. The same
    • Then came the fourth step in the Mystery of Golgotha, and this averted
    • everything that came from the soul would have been overpowered by all
    • personally, more and more, the spiritual power that came from without
    • an acquaintance came to us who accepted with enthusiasm what we were
    • watchfulness of a spiritual personality. But then when it came to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • developing a body-free soul life. And what came of it? The achieving
    • in the way the Gospels tell of it, there came a moment in His life
    • Golgotha. The Christ came, as He said, “from above,” but He
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • conjoined became “Ich.” In pronouncing “Ich” in Central Europe one
    • world. Later, the Christ impulse became active in the Maid of
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • more or less appropriate but we need not go into that now. Then came
    • that when those men of the ancient Indian epoch came together in order
    • and Central Europe to understand became the main and central idea in
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • time of ancient Atlantis the human souls came down to the earth after their
    • human body was soft, pliable and plastic, so that the souls that came down
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • and finally came to believe that it was pure folly
    • Deubler as an individual we can well feel admiration. He became a
    • led astray by the currents of his century came to reject all spiritual sources
    • earth which we admire, came into being, man included. This view is
    • heavenly body which later became our earth.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • the truth: until it came to the spirit, there was truth in a man like
    • natural science came to the fore; then and not until then could the
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • intrinsically and innately to the people came into being. Greek
    • Greece, and similarly on the peninsula of Italy. The souls came from
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • bodily appearance, their practices, and so forth. Thus there came into
    • incarnated as they came down from above, the wanderings and movements
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • comfortable in their skins. The majority would say: I came down to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • current today. It became clear to us that in order to build this
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • Think of all the experiences in your life that came from aspiration
    • must think of an age which came to an end long before the time of the
    • living Being. Then came an intermediary period when people no longer
    • Then came the age when the heavenly bodies were regarded as physical
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • to Egypt and how he then became active in another form, namely, from out of
    • Mystery of Golgotha could be lost to humankind, for he came down from
    • through space, and then look at that being who came into the world through
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • underwent many changes before it became that reasoning analytical
    • took place in the world of men became direct imaginative perception,
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • annunciation came to the three Magi.
    • came from two such different quarters. For a heavenly Being, as yet
    • known as Gnosis. From then on it became more and more a matter of
    • at all, Christ became merely the “wise man of Nazareth”,
    • Golgotha became necessary. The fact of the Mystery of Golgotha must
    • undergoes metamorphosis. What then became of the wisdom of the Eastern
    • Christmas Tree came into being only in the 19th century. What is this
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
    • annunciation, to the shepherds, and in the annunciation that came to
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • his life Goethe came very near to the philosophy of Kant. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Then, from about the fourth century A.D. onwards, came the time when,
    • and Chaldeans, the sun became the reflector of Life and among the
    • that which became Western when the Greeks see Troy on fire, become
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to what is Roman-Latin — men of culture became estranged from the
    • lived in Man as active astronomy. And by rising to dialectics one came
    • experience. The astronomy in the subconscious then became something
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • outer world — reproducing it, just as the camera reproduces whatever
    • etheric body of his heart. It came from the cosmos and changed into
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • gain freedom. In ancient times man became an intellectual and free being
    • one only became spiritual man with the laying aside of the physical body.
    • was analogous to spring in the life of the insect. Then came the Greek era,
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • medicaments, of a remedy, if one has not acquired an understanding for
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • what came about through us, as our own concern.
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • therefore darkened. In compensation, the Mystery of Golgotha came into
    • earthly life. A sublime Being from the population of the Sun came to
    • Christ is the Being who came down from spiritual worlds into the
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • underwent when, through the Initiation of Christ Jesus, he, Lazarus, became
    • Goethe — the spirit, that is, that afterwards became Goethe — as
    • different — a description of what Raphael became on Earth after his
    • who came forth from Elijah-John, appearing before mankind in two different
    • hearts drink deep, when it came again in Novalis.
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • to others who still possessed an atavistic clairvoyance, became
    • Men gradually came out
    • more as something that made an impression on them. Their souls became
    • his initiates that he came from a world where death was unknown; he
    • spirit and soul through the spheres of the gods. Man came nearer and
    • came from such scribes. While he was still Saul, Paul looked up to
    • wisdom was the source of the knowledge which came streaming down even
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • approached them, they became so dazed within, that they hardly
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • while they were enjoying the performance. He then became supervisor of
    • Theatre, he became a wealthy man.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • they became addicted to the hypothesis that not William
    • became supervisor of a number of such boys who had to hold the
    • to buy a house in Stratford. After he became part-owner of the
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • opponent was Augustine. Manicheanism came from the region lying in the
    • Temple Legend. All these Spiritual Streams came to expression
    • Darkness wished to storm the Kingdom of Light. They came to its
    • into the Kingdom of Darkness. Thereby a leaven, so to speak, came into
    • the Kingdom of Darkness and a kind of vortex arose. Death came into
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • in the brain. It is very interesting that since it became known that
    • the ability to speak, it became possible to know that the formation
    • mountains and the plains came about. This is the way it is: We have
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • expressed, still more concretely, in Imaginations that came from the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • difference between them became a problem for Schiller. If you read his
    • passages. But the underlinings became fewer well before the middle,
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Came bride and guests in their wedding array.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • the red glow of evening. The Greeks felt that the world of ideas came
    • “darkness”, they felt that their world of ideas came to an
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • things will come, just as the great water-catastrophe came to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • of anxiety and terror, and how at last the dreamer came to the
    • this third state of sleep, the Christ-force which came to be
    • came about the mighty event that God became man, and that
    • Who became man has such power in earthly life that He is able
    • the cosmic Being, the God Who became man. What, then, would
    • physical world; how Christ came from the spiritual world into
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • in ancient times, but in a dreamy consciousness. Then the time came,
    • fell into unconsciousness. A time came, when there was only the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • developing onwards to the point where his soul and spirit came
    • men even in his childhood, and then came forward as the Saviour of
    • idea; that is to say, the conception of a Being Who became incarnate
    • Christ Impulse, became, for the mediaeval mind, problems of Faith;
    • include the sphere of scientific-theological thought) came to
    • Jesus,’ it became apparent that when one stands on truly
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • became conscious of the Ego-principle last of all. In pre-Christian
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • and became a self-contained being. When all men live in close
    • came to men from the rippling of brooks and the gushing of springs. It
    • Nifelheim. What became of the gold? It became a possession of the
    • became a wisdom flowing from the Ego into human deeds and
    • many wanderings it came into the hands of Titurel through whom the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • the centuries when Greek philosophy came to flower in Plato and
    • highest of these Gods, the God who came down to earth at a definite
    • Out of this milieu came Julian, the so-called Apostate, who had
    • things — came to the temple and tested Plotinus before the altar
    • came insistently to his ears the words of a writing which passed into
    • and he became the tragic figure who would fain have spoken of
    • And then, in the nineteenth century, the Gods became demons, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • Saturn epoch to a new epoch, it had to change, for it became
    • became permeated with the astral body upon the Moon. Not only
    • the Sun-epoch became possible through the Spirits of Wisdom, and the
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • would have felt this no matter whether he came as a layman or as one
    • priest of Midian, who came to Moses by the well belonging to their
    • father; he, eventually, became the father-in-law of Moses. In the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • only a preparation for this. It was what became the keynote of
    • and the right result will be achieved. In Egypt, these colonists came
    • about by the Manu. Meanwhile, out of the suppressed Lemurians came the
    • other side, the racial stock that went Westward also came into contact
    • earlier times had practiced magic. From here came the teachings of the
    • Another branch of colonists went to the West and came upon the remains
    • character how this process came to its consummation. The goal of the
    • This wonderful interplay came to expression in every branch of the
    • who came from afar, not out of the home country itself. The
    • came the light.”
    • from Ireland came to Germany, with a mixture of Druidic culture, Irish
    • preparation there, they became servants of the Holy Grail, were
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • evolution of the Earth, that such a Being — even if he came
    • When the pupils crossed the threshold of the Mysteries and came into
    • In primæval ages men had not known Death. Since ever they came to
    • But now there came the Christ Himself, and said: I will
    • In order to bring before our souls what came upon
    • came down to Earth.
    • corpse of the soul — of the soul that was, before it came down
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Now in those far-off times when an element of will came to expression
    • fact that the Archangels came to language by way of Intuition.
    • what the Imaginations are. What came from an earlier time had to be
    • Archangels felt above them came to expression in the world of man in
    • a deadening of speech and language. Language became polished and at
    • experience of the Gods. Death came as a result of Luciferic and
    • Ahrimanic influences; it came, that is, through the agency of Divine
    • came there in the course of evolution. Everywhere there is
    • came right out of the Divine and spiritual stream in which he had
    • Golgotha came a time when Christ was present in a human body —
    • physical man. “ And the Word became flesh ”.
    • had made to study language. Nothing came of it, nothing at all. All
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • Testament became the authoritative record, it was proper to regard
    • and that from this union man came into existence.
    • thinking had not begun to function in the mind of man. Knowledge came
    • have unfolded that strong, inner activity of thought which came to
    • became their home and there they entered upon their later phase of
    • of sense. In this way the realm of human thinking became easy of
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • while in reality they are not. St. Paul said that sin came into the
    • express the thoughts that came forth from Goethe. I did not write my
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • of enraging Typhon, and as Osiris came back from his wanderings
    • and brought it back home to Egypt. Typhon now became angrier and tore
    • came up out of the underworld — when his worship had already
    • Thereupon Horus, her son, became angry, tore the crown from her head
    • incorrectly begotten that Helios, the Sun-God became so angry
    • the following. Zeus, before he overcame the Titans and cast them into
    • Uranus from World-rulership, Gaea became — shall we say —
    • as good as widow. For what did she become? She became what is
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • the direct living experience and became doctrine, theory. This was
    • But now there came the
    • which, while one thing became finer, the other thing, as it were,
    • became coarser. How is that to be understood? Well, you can imagine
    • human states of consciousness became changed — all this is
    • connected with the fact that even objective things became different
    • celestial. This came to expression in the most everyday concepts. A
    • sun, so the interconnections of mankind which later became ‘States’,
    • this ultimately came to the point where it was said: ‘Universals,
    • it was set free, it became a word which denoted something without any
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • Osiris, grew so angry at this that he came in conflict with Isis his
    • brought all this to pass. But there came a day when in its true, its
    • someone came before the provisional form of the statue of the new
    • the figure became alive and said quite facetiously: Humanity has only
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • expression then came to an end for men living on the physical plane;
    • and in human life, then it is as if he came into direct touch with
    • Then came the third;
    • Then came the
    • head-knowledge came to especial prominence. But in spite of the fact
    • course and came to its end. So that from the 15th century onwards, as
    • decadent condition that became materialistic. Man in this
    • understand the Greek culture — that of the Romans became more
    • nothing in common with Lenin's views, they came out of it all with
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • Then again came a time
    • connected. So that one can say: Mankind as a whole drew in, became
    • place: that is not what came about; what came about are these
    • came? A materialistic trend in the science of the second half of the
    • Schlegel in 1828 was child's play. And then also came a materializing
    • materializing of Europe came about!
    • reacted that the whole matter became repugnant to him, and he turned
    • it is to become old! For in the same degree as one became weaker in
    • ‘Unconscious’. We came to speak of two men who were
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • Spencer, Huxley, etc. and is therefore materialism, became
    • in this way a new earnestness, a new profundity came into life!
    • spiritual worlds. And so it came about that even religious impulses
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • had to do such things. Now in the camera obscura and with the method
    • showed under treatment in the camera obscura, an immense aura, so
    • means in the camera obscura. Still there is a connection. Precisely
    • relate how I came upon this fact years ago. The forces that play
    • of the Lemurian age came to an end on earth. However remarkable it
    • That original wisdom was an actually inspired wisdom, one that came
    • cosmos. This came to an end in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the
    • nothing could ever arise from this material existence which became
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • there is yet another aspect: those souls who came to know
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • unless the unhoped-for, the undesired came upon us. But if the right
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • overwhelming change that came upon him in Italy. In letters to
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • knowledge, which then became the contents of the modern
    • Then came the
    • became more and more necessary for the human beings to convince
    • never became a Darwinist in Haeckel's meaning. Gegenbauer, who
    • Thus it came about that
    • This came to the fore,
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • namely, the fact that Haeckel came to the fore, with his conception
    • gradually came to the surface in more recent times, and that it was
    • social system which came to the fore in Eastern Europe is nothing but
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • death, the work upon the Building became possible, because the boy's
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • nature within himself. The cosmic thoughts became his thoughts. What
    • became, nevertheless, entirely academic and on the other side had
    • ancestor who was able to hold converse with his God. And when he came
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • Greek culture, so much admired by posterity, came into being out
    • intellect. Humanity thus became intelligent and clever, but clever
    • receive directly from the sun, but that came from the earth, as a
    • the food, that became he himself, as it passed through his mouth, his
    • spiritual world became visible.
    • became theology, a mere logical way of grasping the divine.
    • became more and more decadent, until the fateful time of the 9th
    • Then came the time in
    • power. And then came the 19th century, in which the ordinary
    • science and technology, was also applied to theology. But what became
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • as the bearer of a super-earthly Being. Theology became naturalistic.
    • Take a case that came to my notice just now, before I began my
    • Who came from the higher Hierarchies? — He died within a human
    • when social requirements became as urgent as they are to-day? Would
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • conceptions of the world. This knowledge came to direct expression,
    • Some time ago a few enthusiastic young theological students came to
    • that in the souls of those who came to me there was the feeling that
    • came to me in this way for help in what they were seeking and could
    • After a while the people in question came to me again. They had fully
    • those persons who came to me may be summed up approximately in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • became our outside, and our outside became our inside. During the
    • the other human beings that came to the earth after us, were also
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • “Rutsi”, which afterwards became the name of the
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • Society. For those who became anthroposophists were the first people
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • Anthroposophical Society came into being. It corresponds exactly to
    • an able Waldorf School teacher became a poor anthroposophist. (This
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • overlooked, because most of the illnesses came from an irregularity
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • the one sex, the female, became more pronounced, whilst in the other
    • in him. Man became in a certain way individualised because, having a
    • nature as soft as wax, he became more or less an impress of his
    • coincide nowadays with puberty, it became possible for him to let
    • further that reveals itself to us is that the earth itself became
    • became harmful. For this gradually reduced mans capacity to change.
    • He became as it were very dense at birth. This is the reason why men
    • as the earth and everything upon it became denser and denser man
    • became less and less capable of transforming himself through the
    • dangerous predicament. It was in danger of becoming rigid to the
    • place, and with this division came a new impulse for the
    • this came about at the expense of something else, and when I describe
    • offered him, and on the other hand he became individualised through
    • little by little it became impossible for men to see the spiritual in
    • their environment. It became more and more veiled from sight,
    • grew less and less the denser man's body became. Through this
    • densification man became a more and more independent being and shut
    • influence that came from the surroundings. Human beings were really
    • everything that was in man and that worked upon him came from the
    • Man was healthy. But the nearer he came to the time when the
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • with them. Later on this was different. Man became free on the earth;
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • various organs of the human body came into existence and developed at
    • organism is extremely complex and its individual organs came into
    • archetype basis of the lungs came into man on the predecessor of our
    • the more his life conditions became influenced by thought, the
    • greater the disorder that came into them. I would like to clarify
    • thought corresponds with the ordered rhythm. When man came on to the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • ancient time in which man came into being in his present form, the
    • man came down into his first incarnation.
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    • became a living soul. This is often wrongly understood, of course,
    • reality of an expression like this. One can ask what came about
    • our being. Thus you could say that pain and joy became creative world
    • the statement: And God breathed nephesh into man, and man became a
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • phenomena taking place in the region of the air became dependent on
    • people nothing remains, they became extinct. For these bodies were of
    • the body hardened in egoism as it were, and it became impossible for
    • these people gradually wandered to the West and became the nation the
    • East, and the survivors of these people became the subsequent Negro
    • became black. This is why the Negroes are black. Thus both east of
    • Europe. Those people who migrated to the East and became the black
    • became more inward. Therefore in western Asia and partly in North
    • so to speak, and they became Red Indians. What would they have said
    • affected even the colour of their skin, and that is how they became
    • Atlantean times. Even then men came under these three categories:
    • were always taking in new things, and by so doing they really became
    • these people became black.
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    • founding the Order came to him, Norbert was a loose-living man, full
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    • individuals who during their life on Earth came to realise that
    • because Christ came down from the Sun and has united Himself with the
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    • rejected him too. Finally, or so the story tells, came one who was
    • already during the Old Moon period, man's soul became more
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    • to be transmitted of the old form of Buddhism came to expression in
    • quality in those who became followers of Francis of Assisi would have
    • be prophetically foreseen, it became the task of the individual whom
    • Thus the Buddha became a Redeemer and Saviour for Mars
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. In that event there came to pass something that
    • of Golgotha. The spiritual heritage which once came to the Earth with
    • inwardly illumined life of soul; but then this life of soul became
    • came with human beings when they passed through death. This was
    • became dim and shadowy.
    • under the water, they became clairvoyant. John was able to reveal to
    • consciousness. A man whom John baptised in this way became aware that
    • came it that understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha enabled the
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    • became morose and hypochondriacal, finding everything distasteful.
    • through the gate of death, Ahriman and his hosts became their leaders
    • way. It became obvious that he would greatly benefit if a particular
    • possibility exists that even if we never previously came in contact
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    • on Earth came forth. But all the planetary spheres also came forth
    • ensouled by what came to the Earth from the Sun, namely by the Christ
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    • came in at the beginning of our era. And we are bound often to ask
    • realise that as the story of the event on Golgotha became known in
    • the thought-content on which we still nourish ourselves came forth in
    • of spiritual Beings or Worlds. But one day, one cosmic day, it became
    • live, there came to her something like a brief raying-out of light
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    • misunderstanding of what came about through the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • were the three Wise Men later on? What came of their wisdom in the
    • and light, which with Plato — one might say — became the
    • more widely than is generally believed by what came from the Sibyls.
    • astral bodies came the concepts which could have conjured up before
    • given to them. They had not worked it up for themselves; it came as
    • post-Atlantean epoch. It became more and more narrowed down, but in
    • astrality of man. These pictures became increasingly chaotic. That
    • which flowed by this channel into the human soul became less and less
    • but it became less and less authoritative as a means of fathoming the
    • concepts and ideas which came naturally to the Greek philosopher,
    • not that the Christ Impulse came into the world primarily as a
    • Sibyls had something that came from the elementals of the Earth;
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    • understanding the Being of Christ Jesus. Then we came to the
    • Christianity, this question came up — How was the nature of
    • how from the Lemurian Age onwards souls gradually came down from
    • First of all, when the human beings came down from the
    • later became the Nathan Jesus-child was permeated by the Christ
    • and antipathy, they became organs that human beings could use, and so
    • Later on came a time, in the Atlantean Age, when it once
    • more became apparent that the human bodily constitution could not be
    • it became possible for moderation to be implanted in the vital organs
    • Thus it came about that when a man breathed in a particular place, he
    • spiritual world. And now the soul of that Being who later became the
    • Earth at the same time. The Earth influences came to him from below;
    • Moon influence came to him from above, but rather that it came to him
    • ancient Lemurian times the Being who afterwards became the Nathan
    • Egyptian-Chaldean epoch, came about partly through the reflection in
    • Christ journeyed from planet to planet and on each planet became one
    • or other of these spirits. On Jupiter he became the one whom the
    • to his heaven of the gods, he came into touch with the adumbrations,
    • later became the Nathan Jesus-child: he appears to us ensouled by the
    • further task of this Being. And so it came about that the Dragon
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    • Hyperborean land, from the North, that Apollo came to the Oracle at
    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • Europe, the most important part of man was the part that came from
    • Yesterday we came to know about the threefold
    • when this came into touch with Geology, was felt by all peoples as a
    • that in the region which afterwards became so important for
    • came a power which could free the spirit of the Earth from the forces
    • by the power of the Christ and in consequence a change came over the
    • understand why the laurel became a visible symbol of Apollo. For
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    • the right path of evolution — came about through the Christ
    • work of art (this was a leading of the kind I mean), there came to
    • came to me during my search for an answer to the question: Where can
    • distinguished himself, he came to the Castle of the Grail. On other
    • questions in the morning, but when morning came he found the whole
    • Friday he came to a hermit, named Trevericent. The hermit tells him
    • often described. It became clearer and clearer to me — as the
    • Knights who came from the Grail to meet him had said: “Thy name
    • lap. And then, when I was not in the least looking for it, I came
    • exoteric research itself tells us how Kyot came to these words —
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    • France, can deny that something mysterious came into history at that
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • Christ came to destroy the work of the Devil, and imposed silence on
    • cleave to our earth-god, Jahve!” From this came a denial of all
    • came from above had to establish itself. And in such forces as those
    • Jesus of Nazareth, that which came from above was imbued with the
    • all that is holy, by feeling the confluence of that which came over
    • then newly in the Virgin Mother; of the Jahve-god who became Ruler of
    • into the Earth's aura and became the new Lord of the Earth; by
    • that Parsifal came to the secret of the Grail. Afterwards the secret
    • the Christ come? How did He come when He came from on high to be the
    • East He returned to the West. His external physical covering came
    • Grail became invisible in Europe, it was carried to the realm of
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    • evolution had died away, there came as you know, the Sun evolution
    • to the time of John Scotus Erigena. Then came a third period which I
    • world but which grips man's inmost being. This impulse came
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • the thoughts were outside. Now, in the third period men became aware:
    • tree? Doubt first began in the third period when men became aware
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    • graphically about what the Earth was before it became Earth, and for
    • Saturn was forced into the unconscious; man's memory became his own
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    • inside out! Our inside became, our outside and our outside became our
    • in the second place, because all the other human beings that came to
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    • post-Atlantean civilizations came forth: the old Indian, the Persian,
    • the Greek age, handed on his mission to the one who came after him.
    • Thus we have looked up to beings who became men three
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    • religions, and sciences of the peoples came into them from within. So
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    • through heredity, but became more and more independent of place.
    • of the normal Spirits of Form came about, so that the place in which
    • a man lives on earth during a certain incarnation became of
    • into man because he came under the influence of Indian earth, under
    • youthful freshness came in, which made possible the unique
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    • centered in Mercury, the negro race came into existence, we are then,
    • and hence became the basic people for all sculpture, for all external
    • confront each other, men who came across from Europe, and men who in
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    • those men came to that particular spot in Africa where they then
    • formed the black or Ethiopian race; when those other peoples came to
    • with a stream which came in later Atlantean times. If we wish to
    • the Chaldæan-Egyptian age became the third mighty guiding Spirit of
    • himself became manifest, when he had become the Spirit of the Age, in
    • time have been possible to him, and became the guiding Spirit of the
    • Age, who then acts on through the ages. He became the representative
    • Christianity. The Spirit of the Age of Ancient Greece became the
    • sphere, but he renounced that, and by so doing became the guiding
    • Now what became of the Archangel of the Celtic peoples,
    • when he had renounced becoming a Spirit of Personality? He became the
    • the Græco-Latin age became that Spirit of the Age who, as you know,
    • through such interminglings came other Archangels, who entered upon
    • Folk-spirits in Europe became the servants of the Christ Spirit of
    • became possible for the Spirit of the Age to manifest the most varied
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    • twenty years ago I became acquainted with a man who wore the same
    • because the men with whom he became acquainted thirty, twenty, and
    • Among the Indians this came comparatively late, at a time when the
    • whose domain the human beings came when they migrated from the West
    • dim consciousness. But now it came up within them as a remembrance.
    • Christ Jesus upon earth. He only came in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • of mist, as it were, and when out of this sea of mist there came
    • Wisdom. Thus Odin became Lord of the power of Speech. It was for this
    • Beings, who, however, came from quite another quarter than those we
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    • first post-Atlantean age of civilization there came the feeling, that
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • Scandinavian to be beneficial. But he became aware that something
    • of Ahriman which came from another direction; and he knew more, he
    • the Hœnir nature overcame the Balder nature. That is expressed by
    • came so directly from clairvoyant experience, when Christianity began
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
    • which he came forth. Balder's vision will be able to ensoul him
    • into himself the teachings implanted in him by Odin, who came to him
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    • out of themselves, it became necessary that the Mysteries should
    • as yet inwardly. If, however, you recognize how this union came about
    • on all sides that which came from the primal ages and developed in
    • it was drawn from the old Atlantean epoch. The stream that came down
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    • essential thing in the Christ-Impulse, which came at the beginning of
    • refers to a Mystery, which at Golgotha became manifest on the
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    • Today we will confine our attention to what came to pass on earth in
    • existed. The mineral kingdom as we know it today came into being for the first
    • time during the Earth period. Mineral substance, therefore, became part of
    • substances with their many colours came into being, man was not adapted for
    • kingdom into earthly existence. Man became a personality, and freedom was
    • man,’ became subject to the force of earthly gravity, he was adapted as ‘head
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • significance came to pass at the end of the seventies of last century. It is an
    • in the spiritual world. Whereas in the days of old Atlantis human beings came
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    • Then came the time when
    • it became necessary to represent in an artistic, dramatic form that
    • became evident that an ordinary theatre cannot be the right framework
    • spirit similar to what natural science then became for the life of
    • how the contrary — for in this case it is the contrary that came
    • remember a priest who became the rector of a university some years ago,
    • of the grandeur of the cosmic system, as it became known through
    • different from existing works of art. Gothic art came forward as new,
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    • form of existence; but the thoughts came with the pictures. One may
    • made between belief and knowledge. Knowledge came in the form of
    • between thoughts should be formulated, for they came to him as
    • became ignorant for a certain time every year.
    • different from what it afterwards became when men began to regard
    • celebrated in the Mysteries at Midsummer became a Winter festival. In
    • teachers in the Mysteries the man of olden time became aware through
    • who came down to the Earth. And in the early period of Christian
    • I have thus tried to show how it came
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    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • comprehended artistically what came to him from an earlier period, he
    • philosophy came to birth, and unless we spin fantasies like Deussen
    • the Julius monument. But again nothing came of it for years and he
    • remember that when Michelangelo came to Rome at the beginning of the
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    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • what it afterwards became, in the time from the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • to the Divine Order”; the abstract meaning came later. When the
    • what we experienced there before we came down to earth. It is almost
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    • we say — to myself. Actually it came about through karma that
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    • process became conscious. The yogi projected himself, as it were, into
    • This came about, not for any egotistical reason, but as a result of the
    • remembered what he had been before he came down to earth. We, on the
    • front as if they were all the same. The yogi became intensely conscious of
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    • of Jesus. All that came to his notice in this way in the physical world
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the event at
    • experience that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • that from that moment he became another man. Nay, more: he became an
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • of Golgotha came before Paul in such a way that he received, by direct
    • spiritual science. This understanding came to Paul in order that he might
    • another. The Event of Golgotha came at the end of a period of evolution
    • the divine and spiritual. The divine and spiritual came to them in
    • be allowed to go on receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
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    • prevailing which came from the innermost heart of our Movement and
    • essential constituent of numerous medicaments. A large class of
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    • of seed-formation — life, that is to say, which came to an end
    • derived from Nature, and the like, even the traditional medicaments
    • a medicament for a farm that has already grown ill. The farm is only
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    • scarcely more than to take snapshots of them with a camera. All that
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    • least. Many things afterwards became mere superstition, which were originally
    • will find it an excellent remedy. Strictly speaking, it is not a medicament,
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    • surrounds the trees. So there came about a regular division of labour
    • districts of the Earth where we can tell at a glance that they became
    • in Nature. Those who came after him no longer understood it. To this
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    • popular form in the stream of civilization that came from
    • world and man came into being; he had to learn concerning
    • pure, passionless creation which came in all its purity
    • came into being. This is followed by the second part, the
    • When the pupil came forth from the Mysteries he was to
    • Mysteries became an historical event. A true historical
    • reincarnation until He came again in a new Cosmic Cycle.
    • this world. Only the man who came forth from the Mysteries
    • man came forth. To the Sun man he must again return.
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    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • spiritual worlds to which they belonged, became clouded and dim; their
    • And thus it came about that, during the moments while they were actually
    • still from the earth — became in succeeding centuries for many others
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • with high spiritual truths, the general culture became more and more
    • a purely physical “monon.” And so it came about that lofty and
    • window, and it came in contact with iron, and twitched. That was the
    • you have the explanation of how it came about that Galvani discovered
    • certain minds came upon such truths. For the fact that people went on such
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    • became conscious. Therefore we can say, from a spiritual
    • Then from the middle of the fifteenth century onwards came the
    • this new life within man came at the point in his evolution when, as
    • speak. Jesus the Christ Bearer became the ‘simple man of
    • Christianity arose, the teachings about Christ Jesus came out
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    • Novalis became a seer — we might almost say
    • revelation that came to him as ‘unique’ and he maintains
    • of the Earth, the less capable he became of beholding the
    • Then came the Atlantean
    • Then came the ancient
    • of Osiris was revealed to him — the picture that came
    • pupil of the Egyptian Initiates must feel himself united came
    • — to that same extent it became constantly more
    • Then came the age
    • to the souls then living in yonder world. Then came the Event
    • thus it came to pass that man can also carry over with him
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    • how it all came about. This was indeed the case. People ask how it
    • thought, the old ways of regarding world-events, came to full
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • governing and proletarian classes became wider and wider. The social
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    • out of which he came into the sense world through birth or
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    • 14:19 And it came to pass, while Saul talked unto the priest, that the noise that was in the host of the Philistines went on and increased: and Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine hand. \
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:25 And all they of the land came to a wood; and there was honey upon the ground. \
    • Bodhisattva-Individuality who became Buddha five or six
    • capable of beholding the physical Christ; He therefore came in a
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and again and again in others, became the great
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    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • knowledge became more widespread, the superiors of such an unfortunate
    • man would not say, when he came back from his holiday: ‘What a
    • applied became apparent, surely it proves the existence of the
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    • back to the way in which we came to know in early childhood the structure
    • process: death came to him as a kind of expiration of his soul.
    • who came to be “savants” through Yoga exercises —
    • Erigena, but he came to the same disposition of soul
    • did one attain? In the course of the history of civilisation men came
    • came to feel this in the constitution of their souls, that we can
    • synthetic geometry that I became clear about the clairvoyant's
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    • of members became convinced that a building should be erected for it.
    • from artistic perception, came to birth in the moulding of forms, in
    • directed, as by inner necessity, through the fact that friends came
    • respiratory process. If one intends to give plastic shape to a camel
    • grew in their souls and became plastic abilities in the grandsons.
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    • of the 15th century — the human constitution became such as to
    • Lytton, the author of “Zanoni.” What he became in his
    • into certain mysteries. Thereby he became estranged from the ordinary
    • pupils of the Mystery colonies that came to the West could penetrate
    • They became thoroughly acquainted with the feeling that a penetration
    • of intellectualism set in, this same fear became unconscious, and as
    • but it was unable to do away with the fear. Thus it came about that
    • believed that he could speak in such a manner if he came back,
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • import to earthly evolution came to pass through the
    • upon the significance of the testimony which came from Paul when,
    • revelation came to him at Damascus, the fact that Jesus of
    • only after the revelation at Damascus that conviction came
    • something that made an impression upon them. Their souls became
    • century, Theology itself became materialistic. I have already
    • was that in what came to pass on Golgotha, super-earthly
    • realisation which came to the disciples from this esoteric
    • all this became externalised — externalised in the sense
    • but in the form in which the tradition came down to a later
    • the old Divine wisdom. From these scribes came the judgment by
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
    • truth of esoteric Christianity came to him for the first
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    • lost its meaning, it became possible to speak of atheism within the
    • Then came a kind of reaction
    • to all these forms of thought adhering to the stream which came from the
    • Father-principle. As a kind of counter-stream, came all that which
    • or name. Thus the three Godly Persons became separate Persons for
    • they were unable to form any real thought. And when the Christ came
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    • evening. At about ten o'clock a friend came along and told us that
    • that the boy, who always came home by a way which would have led him
    • body became united, really united with the aura of the Goetheanum
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    • lost science, to the lost Word. As a rule, those who came later no
    • wisdom, which came to him indirectly through atavistic
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    • Reincarnation and Karma came amongst us and into our
    • came to make the civilisation of cities a gauge of what was
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    • came to himself, he had a strange and unwanted impression. He
    • normally confronts the physical world. He came to
    • mountain; but these things were such that they came and went
    • came into being and passed away again. There at the
    • living and creative essence of Nature herself — came
    • them from within. You must imagine it thus. Just as you came
    • whole arrangement which came about by his victory — the
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    • Cosmos. Now what came about during the Saturn-evolution and
    • uncongenial. In primeval days men came to these things with
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    • Then came
    • deep down into their own inmost being. When November came
    • in Jesus of Nazareth, in whom the Christ subsequently became
    • that time in Northern Hungary. It came to his knowledge that
    • Christmas came near, to gather together those in the village
    • vanished. Later on I myself came across indications of the
    • been busily collecting these Plays and I came across the
    • rhythm, intonation and gesture the whole man became
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    • removed from true wisdom. And so it came about that the Buddha saw an
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    • can look back to a very ancient epoch which came to a close about the
    • came to feel death in earthly existence with any intensity. Whereas
    • But now all this became a
    • by the soul that is united with Christ; the tomb became an altar.
    • became a powerful argument (which formerly had not been
    • Golgotha and came to its close in the fifteenth century
    • Then came the third epoch,
    • explained Ex Deo Nascimur, and those who came later In
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    • accidentally came into contact with the window … the frog's leg
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    • perspective — Clemens, as well as Origenes, who came after the
    • that this took place through Moses and the prophets. What came into
    • what came through Moses and the prophets, so that they might, through
    • became “Son.” Previously, he was able to manifest and
    • could reveal himself through angels, or messengers. But now, he came
    • Origenes had said. People became increasingly familiar with those
    • So it came about that
    • understanding that came from humanity itself and its own forces. This
    • knowledge related to the Christ became more and more at variance, and
    • gradually. This was the outer aspect: People came to know in images
    • this tree was handed down from generation to generation and became,
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    • when it came into being, there could not — at least according
    • is the mood which came over Goethe when he contemplated this rock-formation,
    • through radiating heat into cosmic apace, and that then the time came
    • it was not merely out of a lifeless, fiery nebula that there came
    • which gradually became our life, in order that as time went on such
    • became the surface of the earth, they were in a position to isolate
    • for many decades. He came to the conclusion that the mountains which
    • the fruits of the earth, only came into existence through the
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    • became immediately evident how necessary it was to spend this time
    • Then it came about by reason of things of which we have not time to
    • became inadequate for the understanding of Christianity. Allow me to
    • Suddhodana, and who in his twenty-ninth year became Buddha.
    • never appear again on earth. The Bodhisattva became Buddha; he no
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    • produced in him by engrossing himself in the Hegel philosophy. I came
    • of their sacrifice time came to birth as the sacrifice they brought
    • into the air became time — in this case it is time-beings) and
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    • early condition of our evolution before our own Earth came into
    • came into being on Saturn itself. When we carry our thought back to
    • therefore ‘time’ could be present on the Sun; for it came
    • Archangeloi, came into being. They are these who accept on ancient
    • what came over from ancient Saturn; the sacrificial acts of the
    • then do they receive back! Their own being surrendered by them became
    • with Him an extract of what came into existence through the ancient
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    • We have seen that the Spirits of Time came into being on ancient
    • certain conditions which then came about. Just as we saw, on looking
    • accepted it. Thus it became possible for the opposite of resignation
    • existence and gained the victory over Time, that is they became
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    • the last lecture, when we came to the subject of
    • must bear in mind in this story is the inner experience which came to
    • sacrifice during the phase of evolution there came into existence
    • itself and is never satisfied. Then came the Spirits of Movement and
    • Soul-form, came at that time into our being and that of other
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    • came to them outside in the place of this, by which we saw that they
    • became necessary, therefore, for different conditions of existence to
    • Christ Himself belongs to the higher worlds and came down to the
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    • something to us before this madness came on the world now
    • Vienna not long before this catastrophe came on our world and
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    • sectarianism came into alchemy and the books were written
    • developing the way a child develops, and this only came to an
    • as the thirty-fifth year. Then came a time — you will
    • took in what came, nothing by way of tradition. He grew
    • who would go through thick and thin for anything that came to
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    • 22 or 23, one of my fellow students came to me one day, his
    • came back; he had been given an appointment for later on. So
    • came down to.
    • had been running after me wherever I went, became an
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    • growing numbers of impulses came into human evolution which
    • lost since Luther came on the scene. Before his day atavistic
    • chauvinism. Many, many people became followers of Nietzsche
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    • which came to them out of the world they perceived around
    • modern science, but nevertheless came as close as anyone can
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
    • everything which came from the individual called Jesus could
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    • however, that his prophesy came true.’ I could show you
    • Blurred dream images came into everyday sensory perception,
    • freedom; the inner life became more intimate in the way I
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    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • when it came to the impulses in his heart and mind and
    • become for him? — It became a process which occurs
    • the education of individuals who later became great
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    • which could be found again and again, came from economists
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    • time when the materialistic point of view came to its peak,
    • came to a certain conclusion for the world of the spirit by
    • place in the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s and came to a conclusion
    • time when human souls became subject to ahrimanic powers with
    • spiritual realms they came upon human beings. And if we
    • perception and of will — became the personal property
    • terms came to exist in the human realm. You only have to
    • geologists. The earth came into existence later than Tyndall,
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    • minds and became effective in achieving the aims of such
    • in many minds by the time Darwinism came along and the idea
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    • progress, free initiative came to life. One is tossed hither
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    • feathers. The next time the pupil came to school he brought a
    • Golgotha; another one came in 1413 after the Mystery of
    • became the domain of the spirits of darkness, who had
    • knows the change of function which came in the last third of
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
    • able to unite with the earth because when it came down from
    • darkness which came down with it laid an adequate foundation
    • Ahriman had done became a good thing in so far as humanity
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    • which came in the early 1840s. This was the turning-point
    • which, of course, came from the earth — part of the
    • arose from impulses which came from the spiritual world and
    • lost momentum and became so strangely corrupted after that
    • experiences which came as in a dream, and this gave them the
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    • period of civilization came in about 1413, that is in the
    • for then the members of the hierarchy of the Angels became
    • say that whilst the profound break came in 1841, the whole of
    • interesting statement that it was not how Darwin overcame
    • world. People who came down from the world of the sprit in
    • due to this that something became possible in the nineteenth
    • Marxism and became agitators still had the will impulses of
    • became a science in the nineteenth century. Before then,
    • came to be used, which is the straightforward plural of
    • decades of that century, which really came to life in the
    • major change came at that point in the nineteenth century.
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    • became capable of sinning through this independence from the divine
    • developed as his intellect, as an intellectual content, also became
    • encompass him. The closer people came to the higher animals, so to
    • speak, the less able their concepts became to grasp anything. And it
    • concepts became less and less spiritual, and the unspiritual concepts
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • Christ completely, said of Christ that he came to earth, that he
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    • air-like, evanescent, imponderable parts of the body. Thus thinking became
    • tried to study the metamorphosis of the human bones. But he came to a
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    • 4:4 And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and the fowls of the air came and devoured it up. \
    • ancient sacred Indian culture; then came the ancient Persian and the
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    • discoverer of the plant cell became the greatest and most vehement
    • of Fechner in battle with Schleiden, who became famous through his
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    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • became so utterly materialistic, find the most characteristic
    • Origine de tour les Cultes. This book came out in
    • pursue these radical changes. Hence it came that in the 18th
    • Then came a
    • very ancient times it was the physical truths; then it became
    • which the human being thus received when he became about 14
    • out from man did indeed enter into it and became united with
    • manipulations became real magic by virtue of these forces
    • physical, chemical manipulations became mingled with a
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    • there was another book which became far more important than
    • The book which became more important than the Gospels is the
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    • conquerors came into Egypt from Iranian countries, from
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    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • they came to an artistic comprehension of the world. As soon as
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • to penetrate into the super-sensible parts of the universe became
    • this riddle of birth became the riddle of death. The riddle of
    • how we enter the world through birth became the riddle of
    • learned to experience death as a riddle, only came about in the
    • course of time. Death became a riddle when man no longer
    • influence did not come from a theoretical knowledge, but it came
    • the Christ as that Being who came down to the earth. Modern
    • Nazareth, but also to the divine-spiritual Christ, who came down
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    • patient, who came to him in a great state of excitement, because
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • photograph he had shifted his camera a little. All this had been
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    • became paralyzed towards the 3rd millennium B.C. And
    • epoch, became Maya for the Occident, and the Maya of the Orient,
    • the external, physical-sensory world, became our naturalistic
    • physical world, so that it became a Maya, but this divine essence
    • Buddha, who gradually became an object of veneration on the part
    • upon the earth, but it came down to the earth from heavenly
    • became flesh and dwelt among us.” That is to say, what once
    • cosmic spaces became visible in a human being. What formerly
    • streamed down to the earth in the shining light, came down to
    • human being filled by that which came down to man! The whole way
    • simple, pious voice of the human soul, a revelation came to these
    • which came to an end in more remote ages and led to the
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    • Beginning and end became a hazy, unsatisfactory picture.
    • and became inaccessible to man's direct knowledge, because he no
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    • substances became prevalent.
    • himself, as it were, from the living world, he became estranged
    • a human being, enfold the God who came down to the earth. This is
    • who came down to the earth. For the divine element was manifold.
    • divine, but that part which came from a spiritual world and
    • light of knowledge which could be kindled within him came to him
    • Then came the
    • came to the fore in the Fifteenth Century. No longer did the
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    • in later times and for centuries became a custom in certain Christian
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • which proceeded the bodily covering of Christ Jesus. And it so came
    • which these Christmas plays became part of the life of the central
    • something of what was being enacted before them. Gradually it became
    • it that thus overcame the feelings, the soul of man? It was the sight
    • various individuals, but never became popular.
    • he became such a very special person; it was because, in spite of his
    • Earth, that meaning which became the objective of the Earth when the
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    • came by some means into the sequence of generations that were the
    • proceeded. This came about in the following way (as it was presented
    • ancient times deep thoughts came to expression in such pictures, and
    • existence, that he became something different through, the
    • treasured as something especially sacred. When October came around,
    • figures. This came first from the side of the clergy. Thus priests
    • human soul is connected with what Christ became for the earth
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    • possessed of understanding the spiritual world became less and
    • which they became articulate. Thus arose the science of penetrating
    • for the evil which came into this world. In the religion of
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    • was called by the name of HERMES. And when in later times a man came
    • descended. The forces from which I came forth are still living within
    • higher perfection, came forth from Osiris and Isis. These qualities
    • twofold way. The Egyptian said: “I came forth from Osiris and
    • Thus all culture and civilisation came to be bound up with the name
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    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • oblivion came. In what your mouth utters, in what your soul remembers,
    • what came of it? It was something very interesting. I simply set myself
    • of pitchers. The matter became clear to me only when I found that these
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    • intrínsecamente al invierno. Surgió a partir de concepciones
    • destinado únicamente a significar que la ofrenda más
    • únicamente en la flor. Incluso el ovario en el centro de la flor es
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    • soul as spiritual experience. Power came to them with the impulses they
    • in the planets came as a result of taking with one out of the experience
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    • elsewhere only an immutable law came into consideration; but
    • believer” answer if anybody came and said: I have proved
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    • in this soul, which he at that time became spiritually
    • Goethe came
    • The idea behind this building came to him and he understood
    • second part. Many turned away from Goethe when they came to
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    • kings came to welcome. And so does the Spirit-King of St.
    • incision into human evolution, wherein Zarathustra became the
    • The orgies' hue and cry became my lullaby,
    • There I became their priest.
    • And came to Antioch, great town of Syria.
    • child knows — that the Christ-Impulse came into earthly
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    • Thus it came
    • of what came down to us as the philosophy of our modern
    • philosophic cult of Nature, became in Goethe a mood leading
    • extended into the cavities of the skull, I came to the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • gradually came to light that the theory of motion, or
    • and experiences that came to him on the path of knowledge, as
    • highly appreciated, and who consulted him when it became
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    • dream, which in this instance came to the boy's consciousness,
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    • therefore, how he became what he was. How did he become the
    • technical career. So he became a thoroughgoing engineer, and
    • himself to the manufacture of steam ploughs. Indeed, he became
    • capacity was less than the Director's. And so it came about
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • came to the
    • reality, things only became unpleasant when our stream
    • became — in the theosophical domain — rather like
    • Not only so; we find the same foreboding in a thinker who came
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    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • there were no other thoughts than those that came out of the
    • that thereby a living soul came into being. The air had
    • of that rarefication and condensation of air which came about
    • of its own accord within the cosmic process. Then came the
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    • of the Redeemer dying on Golgotha, as they came during
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    • sun was. But when the days became shorter, when autumn and
    • which stood behind the earth. It became transparent for him.
    • A pilgrim, brother Mark, came through the thicket,
    • His mother came and saw the daring deed
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    • understand how man first came into existence through the cooperation
    • geographical region, was later passed on via inheritance, but became
    • worlds and could only manifest in man because he came under the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • spiritual in the physical and hence became the chief exponents of
    • — the three Individualities ultimately came together, the three spiritual
    • one representing those who came from Europe, and the other those who,
    • the primeval past. He became aware of achievements of the Europeans
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    • who became the black or Ethiopian race migrated to a particular
    • geographical area in Africa, when those who became the Malayan race
    • the Old Persian epoch the Archangel became the Spirit of Personality,
    • leader in the Egypto-Chaldean age thus became the third mighty,
    • their Archangels to the rank of a Time Spirit. He became the leading
    • Spirits of Form and became the guiding Time Spirit who then works on
    • through the successive epochs. He became the representative guiding
    • exoteric Christianity. The Greek Time Spirit then became the
    • Hierarchy. But he renounced this possibility and by so doing became
    • what became of the Archangel of the Celtic peoples after he had
    • became the inspirer of esoteric Christianity. All the underlying
    • Time Spirit who was the Folk Spirit in the Graeco-Latin age became,
    • Folk Spirits in Europe frequently became the servants of the
    • became possible for the Time Spirit to manifest the greatest
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    • became acquainted with a man who wore the same uniform and ten years
    • became acquainted thirty, twenty and ten years ago wore the same
    • came comparatively late, at a time when the people was already to a
    • people became ego conscious at such a late stage of development. They
    • Greeks were nearer to the Germanic peoples. They became ego-conscious
    • development to higher stages. He came to know Odin as one of the
    • by Mimir, the ancient bearer of wisdom. Thus Odin became Lord of the
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    • they became conscious of the real inner striving towards the ‘I’.
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies became a prey to sickness and
    • clear, luminous vision into the spiritual world, became dimmed,
    • Hodur nature overcame the Baldur nature. This is expressed by Loki
    • he will find his way back to that world whence he came. The vision of
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    • At the time when man became ego-conscious in the East, Eastern
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    • which became manifest on the physical plane at Golgotha. It is the
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    • knowledge. When feeling became more intense, became filled with
    • actions of everyday life. Then what we call profane life will became
    • as a sacrifice, but through her sacrifice became a priestess, so in
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    • world, he saw Demeter; she really came to meet him. When, out of this
    • plants came from Demeter, and he knew that it was Demeter who gave
    • Mysteries. When man became estranged from Nature he needed a more
    • became denser and denser, as it became transformed, what happened to
    • What became of the
    • came more under the sway of Demeter. Thus during this period from the
    • vision at Damascus it came to one person only; in the future it will
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    • gradually came to birth.
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    • epoch, and through their instrumentality became kings and priests,
    • the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, became pupils of Christ in the spiritual,
    • that now the etheric and astral spheres of the Earth became
    • which, when the Moon evolution came to an end and the evolution of
    • space which he came to identify by observing clairvoyantly the
    • physical substance left them and became star.’
    • independently of those bodies— just as Lucifer became
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    • could not bother themselves much about men! Hence came that
    • associated with them, but which more and more came to be an
    • Zeus forces in his astral body with the Persephone forces. What came
    • came a time when this egoity lost its unity and each separate soul
    • back again to Greece. When the time came for his death, he poured out
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    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • a moment as he now is? It simply means that Semele became for a
    • have been fashioned as it was when it came over from the previous
    • embodiments of our Earth, as it came over from Saturn, Sun and Moon.
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    • the teacher of Dionysos himself, the aspirants in the Mystery came to
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    • the time the Moon evolution came to an end, the human being had
    • the etheric body became physical, but that as regards each of our
    • the human soul was so strong that what it thought immediately became
    • consciousness.’ Then the Greek pupil became clear that he must
    • earthly elements.’ Then came the time when humanity, though
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    • merely hinting at what came later. Into this Phantom
    • those resembling the lion became lion-like; it is because the shadowy
    • other conditions came about. I have already said that these bull
    • these came from without, came from the periphery. During Atlantis we
    • the downward direction. Thus the human Phantom again became exposed
    • shadow-form, designated in esotericism as Man, came over as
    • in fact came about during the Atlantean time; so that one can say
    • that an influence from cosmic space came down into those parts of the
    • took place a union between what was indeed a real stream that came
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    • they saw in the figures of their gods. As soon as the Greek became
    • human being, came into play in the old clairvoyant days. To achieve
    • that when a thought of Zeus or of Dionysos came before the soul, this
    • came in the first place from the stuff of the human soul; but because
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    • Then came Greek culture
    • contemplation and the sense perception of things became two worlds which
    • years later again the frescoes in the Camera dells Segnature
    • Rome there came the influx of that other element which impressed its
    • in the pictures in the Camera della Segnature in the Vatican! The ancient
    • in the Camera della Segnatura we do indeed feel the transitoriness of
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    • we may say that gradually it became impossible to deny that something
    • came to the following conclusion: “It is of course obvious that
    • consisting of 10 and even 12 figures. Suddenly he became restless. He
    • could not reckon anymore. In fact, he became quite wild. He felt that
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    • therefore also it came about that Brunnhilde was able to seduce the
    • became rigid, more immovable, at a time in which the human form was
    • body of man, so that this etheric body became the master-builder which
    • that it fashions the astral body in man which man had before he became
    • was fashioned in remote primitive times; then came an episode when this
    • came froth from such depths of human nature, from such fine and intimate
    • the melodies which came to him straight from the spiritual world, was
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    • what it became after imbibing its first drop of milk. That was the
    • earthly nourishment it received it became a creature of Earth.
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    • camel and then like something else. When March comes, he sees in the
    • human control. When in earlier times it became obvious that children
    • before him. And here we see how into Earth-evolution there came
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    • autumn when Raphael came again. Until then this nature-memory in the
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    • intellectuality that came over from the East, causing the
    • whom Christianity spread in such a way that it soon became part
    • which came to them from the depths of spiritual life and which none
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    • different state of consciousness. The moment came when it
    • then, like outspreading night, the intermediate condition came
    • by the all-prevailing Cosmic Love was necessary. Now there came
    • came in the morning the grave was empty, for the dead body of
    • Peter, as also to John and James, there came, inevitably, the
    • gradually the Apostles became conscious of what had transpired
    • What now came into their ken had lain deep down in their souls,
    • of Christ Jesus into heaven, came before their souls. They had
    • became aware of the manner in which all that the Apostles
    • Pictures like these came before the souls of the Apostles: You
    • remarkable is how the particular events came up into the
    • of the Spirit. They came to realise that for forty days they
    • and which now, at Pentecost, became alive in them for the first
    • picture of this kind came before the soul of one of the
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    • then associate with it the feeling of what came to pass through
    • symbolically a “Raven.” Then he became a
    • third degree he became a “Fighter;” in the fourth,
    • sixth degree he became a “Sun-Hero,” in the seventh
    • the degree of the Sun-Hero, there became active in the soul of
    • when he came back into his body he remembered what he had
    • during the process of Initiation and came back again into the
    • came down to the earth. And so we may say: what could be
    • in the Jordan, a Spirit came down to the earth and lived
    • came out in 1863 — Ernest Renan's
    • your intentions were altogether praiseworthy, but then came
    • rendering of what actually came to pass: the begetting,
    • lectures we shall be speaking of the Being who came down to the
    • that there came one, Jesus of Nazareth, who gave up His body to
    • came to pass in that earthly life of three years was that
    • stage the God became a Man. Like someone who in the throes of
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    • his every word. But in spite of this he became more and more
    • scribes who came to the house. To begin with, in the house at
    • Nazareth too, he astonished the learned doctors who came there
    • became more and more silent, merely listening to what others
    • all powerful moral impulses came to life in his soul during
    • himself became aware of the inspiration of the Bath-Kol.
    • made many journeys about the country. On these journeys he came
    • journey about the country, he came to know these centres of
    • understand the deep and overwhelming experiences which came to
    • came to pass. It was possible for me to decipher the scene with
    • of his life, Jesus of Nazareth came to a place where, in a
    • transformed; moreover the voice came to Jesus of Nazareth from
    • became aware can — if one translates it into our
    • communicated what came to Jesus of Nazareth through the now
    • year, or thereabouts. When Jesus came home his soul was
    • came to the knowledge of certain people who in those days had
    • enter the city. If an Essene came to a painted gate he must
    • and people from all parts of the then known world came to
    • became the owner of small properties, houses, gardens, even
    • beyond, he came to know almost everything that the Essene Order
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    • wisdom, journeyed about the land. He came among the Jewish
    • everyone who came to him. Two men once laid a wager about the
    • threw on his garments and came patiently out. The man said
    • unruffled. After a few minutes the man came back again and
    • thee! Hillel threw on his mantle, came out, and said: Now what
    • to ask thee! Hillel put on his mantle, came out, and asked as
    • Remembrance came to him of how he had fallen to the
    • and glory of the ancient Sun-wisdom came up into his soul. And
    • with these words came a realisation of all the greatness of the
    • time came back to him. The ancient Zarathustra-wisdom itself
    • Christ Being came from the spiritual worlds and knew who
    • fear. Therefore it came about that the one Being said to
    • room, as a vision shared by every member of the family. He came
    • Baptism in the Jordan He came back again and they recognised
    • the Prayer, especially, came into His mind:
    • Nazareth became His disciples and followed Him. From many
    • now there came back to Him the voice of the Bath-Kol, and He
    • us.” The line which came second in the old
    • This band of disciples went about and came into contact with
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    • into the general cultural consciousness, it became the
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    • became a science that retained an artistic character by
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    • non-being, maya, gradually became predominant. There thus arose
    • sensory reality came to be regarded as unreality, external
    • say: Life is suffering! For them, the sight of death became a
    • inner human power. It became a symbol of the fact that
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    • sense; but we came to feel at home in what we thus
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    • increasingly dogmatic and increasingly theoretical. It came to
    • the opportunity of realizing it in Eastern Europe, it became,
    • later became — times when the moral and spiritual element
    • the legal element subsequently became more or less distinct,
    • something that later became a great flood, the influx of
    • side, which became the dominant one in the Middle Ages; and
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    • of the most extreme expressions of this hopelessness came from
    • sphere. It was in this way, then, that there came to be
    • — became the great social question round which countless
    • nowadays — one came across very curious views in the
    • about social problems in a working men's club. A man came
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    • Then came a great mass of humanity who made will
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    • supreme power of the monolithic state. This faith became
    • became so strong and so fixed that it has never been shaken
    • nineteenth century, the essence of the state became, for
    • trust. When they came to express an opinion about something
    • of Grace to men, became a God of judgment. Universal law in the
    • cosmos became universal justice. We see this especially
    • this way, abstraction came to extend to religion and spiritual
    • came into contact with reality. From the fate of Wilson's
    • they came into being, to take over responsibility for the
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    • him, it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • of what came to him as a breath from outside ... not within. This perception
    • of the 19th century. Then came the second half of the 19th century,
    • origin of these gifts, and most beautiful and splendid results came
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    • it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • Imaginatively of what came to him as a breath from outside…
    • came the second half of the 19th century, with its so highly-rated
    • these gifts, and most beautiful and splendid results came from what
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    • Augustine came to acquire that Certainty, the true Certainty
    • was not the case for human beings, (as it became later in the
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • before it became Earth was Old Moon, and in many of the
    • swing of the pendulum which came about with the Mysteries of
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • extraordinary to see to what things Auguste Comte really came
    • came to, when he took those three stages into his soul; —
    • over all the “clothing” of Christianity, as it came
    • he came at first to all kinds of abstract thoughts in the
    • same time. Then came a time in Schelling's life in which it
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    • deposited tribute, and thus existence became independent.
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    • carpenter, who is a living refutation, through what he became,
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    • of a study of Goethe's world-conception, which became deeply
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    • of the Green Snake, is to be found in the human soul, a thing we came
    • precisely as he came over. The forces which as unconscious
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    • Then came the time of Goethe's friendship with Schiller.
    • came in, he took the burning glass, let the sun rays fall through
    • Goethe then went to Frankfort and came into touch with
    • came into touch with what one can call alchemistic, mystical and
    • alchemy. He relates how he came to know of a work through which
    • And then there came something else. Goethe had learnt to
    • When Faust lived this time had passed. Ideas then became dry and
    • heart. And then it came to this, that the science of that time
    • called theosophy, magic and the occult, came very near to being
    • spiritual movement as a rosy evening which at the same time became
    • spiritual world. He could believe that he came into contact with
    • became condensed through the influence of the Luciferic power
    • that which was false became mingled with (lie outer appearance, so
    • Goethe became a very diligent student during his travels in
    • that came before Goethe took on definite forms and through inner
    • become for the people of the North. In Italy he became particularly
    • stand before his soul which as germs were planted when he came into
    • at one time in his youth he came in
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    • is presented in the grand manner. He is the same who came to the
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    • became a matter of great moment to him. The way in which he was
    • of expanding and stretching out into their limbs. They became
    • came into the Earth's environment and then into the starry
    • came back to the place, he lived through the event over again
    • experience, there to set up a memorial, so that when he came
    • came over from Asia and Egypt to settle on Grecian soil, they
    • memorial; but when he came thither again he had to recall the
    • himself, when his memory came back, in a Casual Ward in Berlin.
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    • great change came about which brought in a new kind of memory,
    • we perceive with our senses — was something that came
    • from the Gods, that came even for human consciousness
    • with death became in its turn an inner impulse compelling
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    • Hence it came about that when this personality, in accordance
    • great deal of the knowledge that came from that sojourn in the
    • hands and that complaints against the Mystery came from so
    • became so difficult that the priests of the Mysteries appealed
    • sought enlightenment; and it came about that these Spiritual
    • that was of very great significance. He came to a region that
    • came thither and found there an ancient Mystery — the
    • bank, until he came again to his home, to the home of his
    • into a terrible fit of anger over an event that came to his
    • in those days came to them from the Mysteries, whence it was
    • up to the centre, he became one with such an image. As he stood
    • the spiritual of the higher world that came to them as a result
    • Earth came into being, how gradually everything external to man
    • the time that followed — became particularly rich
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    • we may the better understand what came later. We shall naturally
    • as it were in desperation, with the illusion. They came into an
    • Such was the experience that came to the pupils in regard to
    • knowledge. And so once more they came to a great moment when
    • space within, he only became aware of it when he pressed. And
    • sublime experience that came to men in the Mysteries of
    • experience then came to this personality during his journey to
    • the flowers, then in the shadow of the trees there came towards
    • into the wood. For when they came in the wood itself they
    • aim. Their impulse came out of the spirit. Let us read of it in
    • heroic story. He tells us how Alexander came up to the gates of
    • once upon a time united with the Earth. It came in as far as to
    • experience he had when he came more and more into the Dry, and
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    • dominion, it was not only a physical impulse that came from
    • the North-West and so forth — but with the physical came
    • the individuality Gilgamesh became, who was also in close
    • Earth, men came into a special relation with the God
    • and tremendous knowledge and vision that came to them. Quite
    • being himself came into consideration and what he brought to
    • the Gods. The God, so to speak, came in his phantom or
    • could be read in what came to view in the Mysteries. There one
    • now came the time when the shadow pictures became submerged in
    • perceive them. Then came the impulse to make records.
    • remember that in the two souls who afterwards became Aristotle
    • of him who afterwards became Alexander the Great.
    • came forward to carry on the work he had begun. In the years
    • that there came into Asia in picture-form what she had lost in
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    • what came before the burning of Ephesus with the conceptions
    • world fails us when we want to picture it, — we came into
    • new, even as the humanity of olden times came forth from the
    • evolution. The Gods willed this or that, and this or that came
    • After the time of cosmic memory came what I have called the
    • abstractions. In Rome the very Gods themselves became
    • came to pass that were later made known to men in the Gospels
    • Jerusalem. Men came to know of it, not through tradition but by
    • centuries after Christ, but even there too the time came when
    • who came after him, and who developed logic from him. In a
    • writings of Aristotle that came over into Europe direct were
    • now it came back again into Europe by diverse channels, through
    • these places came men like
    • — new in-pourings that came over later into
    • — these became the leaders in education.
    • and those who came after him, and from which Jacob Boehme,
    • preserved, — for that which was carried east came
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    • came to an end about the 15th century. We must win it back. We
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    • was knit closer and closer in the Mysteries. And thus it came
    • further spiritual evolution was only possible if men became
    • were disciples who came to these old Rosicrucians; for in
    • came to the perception that the warmth, the physical warmth he
    • the pupils who came to these often-time humble haunts where
    • often to all outward appearance it came by a mere chance. The
    • way up through the general sea of fire. They came from the
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    • existence of a desire for Anthroposophy became obvious to
    • came before the Guardian of the Threshold, the Guardian
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    • 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, the opinion came
    • now one looks upon what he was before he came down to the
    • when the child was born, what it became with the seventh
    • Anthroposophy, which came wholly from the spirit of
    • described. That structure which came from the same sources as
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    • to sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha; and man had to take the
    • the Cosmos! There was the human Hierarchy, and then came the Divine
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha, and that was then no
    • came the time of the first epoch after the Mystery of
    • abstract concepts. And so came the centuries where, in place of the
    • became theocratic; the application of mere ideas to man's
    • earth; one came to command and the other to obey. Abstractions
    • And then came the modern age. This newer age
    • because he himself became altogether mystical in his old age. We
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    • at a certain place in Austria when a reporter came to the
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    • expressed it grotesquely at the time by saying, if we became
    • sympathy for the life of thought became dull; and then passed
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    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • both these extremes. In the course of evolution, evil became
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • fourth age of post-humanity which came about the the fourth
    • thus became possible. But through Anthroposophy we now
    • among the peoples whose work it became to spread
    • the transformation came about as the result of an inner moral
    • be perfected that which came as an Ego or “I”
    • there is in it an impulse which came on to the world through
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    • within the life of his time. In this way, he became, between
    • university, he came into circles that had never failed to
    • So Goethe came upon the great man without his wig, standing
    • affairs, he then became so ill that he stood face to face with
    • the circle of an important personality who became of
    • Then he came to Strassburg where he could again attend lectures
    • cultural mood came to life in Goethe, now baptized in the name
    • After he had defended his dissertation, he became a sort of
    • degree, taken on individual forms. How this came about is not
    • day a book came into his hands that is, indeed, badly written
    • under the Emperor Maximilian and Charles the Fifth, he came
    • such a way that the whole period became alive through this man.
    • of Shakespeare, that was something he could do. So he became
    • isolated pedestal, but as life touched him, he became one with
    • same time became a work of art. After he had finished
    • reputation. It became well-known rather early,
    • became acquainted with Goethe and called
    • him there, where he became the minister of state.
    • with whom he formed a friendship, became a life problem for
    • circumstances, all became problems to him. Life became a
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    • productions and employed painters there. Goethe thus came into
    • With Goethe, this force of soul became even stronger, and yet
    • he became seriously ill and stood face to face with death. He
    • his karma. What really happened to Goethe when he became ill in
    • became a crisis through his illness.
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    • etc. As you know, reports came out of the blue and were
    • such animals can achieve. Something quite unusual came to light
    • from whom something good once came to him. If, therefore, some
    • whom he came into close relationship during his youth were
    • whom he became intimately associated had to stupefy the
    • what is otherwise active only in a love relationship came about
    • boyhood. We can see this from his description of what became
    • became active in him but also the
    • and purely spiritual influences. He became aware of what lives
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    • that they became sensitive and receptive to what was alive in
    • measure a reproduction of the will of the cosmos. This came
    • his product because he saw clearly what his product became in
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    • Vischer became, in a sense, a great and famous man who
    • became the specific individual we find in history. The fact
    • technical vocation, became a true technician, and then went
    • production of steam-ploughs and became their poet. The way he
    • So the jurist became the director of the theater.
    • not disapprove either. This came about in the following way. I
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    • — which, as I have said, I shall not ask — when she became a
    • affair became uncomfortable only after our movement appeared,
    • that came from strange depths and were rather inappropriate for
    • but one who came from a practical profession like Max Eyth,
    • It came from an earlier culture six hundred years before our
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    • became really quite angry and wrote another volume in which he
    • fields and became quite a versatile young man. Even as a boy he
    • studies, he had reason to feel most fortunate. He became a
    • university things got a little hot for him. This came about
    • state. At this university also, he soon became well-known, had
    • without thanking him. He became fairly prosperous but not
    • became the instructor of many famous people — for example, he
    • taught Gustav Adolf, who later became the king of Sweden —
    • became an anti-Aristotelian under the influence of the
    • studies, he became a professor at the University of Pisa. There
    • time. Then things became too hot for him in Pisa and since the
    • Galilei became a professor at the University of Padua and
    • karmas take? One of them became a poet whose achievements were
    • pretty respectable. The other became a swindler. The inherited
    • of prohibition. A man came with a pastepot and brush and pasted
    • father came from a family of pastors. He studied natural
    • peddlar came, put his glasses on his nose, untied a bundle of
    • our time came to me a few days ago at an exhibit of Greek
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    • but which was a certain combination of sounds, it then came
    • came from words if only they should find the right relationship
    • those that came from words. But the power of thoughts could
    • then He came, that Being who could again restore this force to
    • living breath, the air, into man, and he became thereby a
    • in a cosmic connection. Then came the modern age when man
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    • realm of spirituality. But then came the time when the human
    • came from the human soul. It was necessary that the Christ
    • Christ Jesus came to him to be baptized? “Behold, the Lamb of
    • March 1915 Raymond came to a vicinity of Ypern — and you can
    • they became believers, too. Sir Oliver himself seems to have
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    • century. Men had concepts that came down out of ancient
    • effect as going through floods of light. But when we came
    • Everything became hazily confused: Pneuma, universal spirit,
    • of the Godhead, now became an abstract concept — Pneuma.
    • and they became abstractions more and more. For Greek a
    • gradually became an abstraction and the Roman Caesar was
    • nineteenth century there came something startling. Man
    • place when concepts became abstract. Now it comes as
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    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • before, the origin of the economic collapse, that came after.
    • should happen, that at 50 years old you came to look round
    • bank-system first really became the dominant factor
    • came about through money having become what I might call an
    • from them were enormous: he became a multi-millionaire. But
    • was required for turning into powder! And then take what came
    • money became an abstraction in the course of the
    • things to the rise of democratic conceptions. But then came
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    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • of our conversation it came out, that, simply from his own
    • came to grief at that time.
    • overcame the socialistic gentleman at the suggestion that
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    • German historian, came to about his own German nation. He has
    • give a brief picture of the views that Karl Lamprecht came to,
    • can go back to a period which came to an end in about the third
    • which the constitution of the soul came to expression in art,
    • English, French and so on, all came together and formed
    • Herman Grimm came to this important observation out of his
    • Then came the next epoch of historical evolution, when the
    • Then this age came to an end, which was followed by the age I
    • matters that I came to know about what I have just told you
    • wisdom. This wisdom became lost in the age which began in the
    • universe. The impulse came. When studying this growing
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • — I first came upon it after having found out about its
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    • Golden Fleece, his memory suddenly came to life again, and
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    • came into the world in a dreamlike condition, and could only
    • existence as soul and spirit, the world from which we came at
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    • aspirations which came with it. We see how people steeped in
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    • became different according to the different territories of the
    • that this primeval or inherited wisdom became specialised,
    • in his mouth. Then they became acquainted; and they learnt
    • before this great testing came over humanity through
    • practical man, until the World-Catastrophe came. Hermann
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    • Eastern civilisation came to its decadence) — in this
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    • philosophers came to believe as a result of this, that when
    • qualities came out, but as we have seen, corporeal or bodily
    • and do not penetrate the reality, came vividly before our
    • eyes. There came before us fat volumes of papers, printed
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    • Earth came to be built up, a mathematical-geometrical
    • very pleased in Berlin when a man came to see me who had
    • something interesting about it. And he came to see me with
    • When the evening for this particular lecture came round, this
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    • epoch of civilisation it became possible to acquire more knowledge of
    • of humanity when knowledge became preeminently a knowledge of the external
    • world—at that very moment the Christ came down from the spiritual
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    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • both these extremes. In the course of evolution, evil became
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • fourth age of post-humanity which came about the the fourth
    • thus became possible. But through Anthroposophy we now
    • among the peoples whose work it became to spread
    • the transformation came about as the result of an inner moral
    • be perfected that which came as an Ego or “I”
    • there is in it an impulse which came on to the world through
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    • express it in the following way: Human beings became gradually
    • became ever increasingly significant for the earthly man; for
    • ancient great teachers came; but through the decision of these
    • comparison with those who came later. Although all that I have
    • him, through which Saul became Paul. In those past times
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    • year of his life. This Being, Who first came in contact with
    • interwoven with Shem's etheric body that it became possible for
    • was embodied in it, and then became woven into all the other
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, it became possible for the etheric body
    • these could be woven into his being. Thus we see how it became
    • time also something entirely different came into existence in
    • to Damascus, and through which he became a Paul. How did it
    • also that the Christ picture became dissociated from
    • then in the following centuries came those who were accessible
    • bread became for man the body of Christ; and the sap which
    • flows through the plants became for him something from
    • faculties? Do you know what became of it? It became modern
    • physical body gradually came into existence, how on the
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    • These cultures became great because their exponents
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    • came to her a teacher of genius, Anne Sullivan,
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    • came into existence, one ceases to be amazed, and all doubt
    • wisdom came in ancient times is not our concern today; it
    • became extended to the ether body. Just as the ether body
    • through its reorganization became permeated with the astral
    • how this form of consciousness came to be transformed into a
    • person's whole surrounding world in which he acted came to
    • times it was more a person's inner bodily life that came to
    • ancestral bond was severed when blood became mingled through
    • over a folk came to an end when the blood, through being
    • became extinct when colonized. One must approach such
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    • became alien. There had been harmony for a time, but through
    • beings possessing life, overcame the pain caused by the beam
    • became able to create a higher entity: the eye; so will we,
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    • its guidance, and we became conscious and aware of ourselves
    • mingled with love. Thinking and wisdom now became servants of
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    • water, and later with Christian purity. Became identified with
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    • Those admitted to the Mysteries came together to watch a
    • became self-seeking, egoistical. Wagner looked back as it
    • had existed. And the thought came to him that man, in order
    • to go hand in hand; both became egoistical when they ceased
    • did not sense the spirit's call, became stuck in sameness, in
    • dance became an art form in its own right, and poetry
    • likewise. Consequently, rhythm became a separate experience,
    • they became gestures, or became part of space and time. Thus,
    • unable to convey what came to expression outwardly. Dramatic
    • music, only conveyed impulses when they became
    • his part, the musician then came along and interpreted what
    • individuality became an evolution from individuality to
    • aristocratic families. The fact that they came from such a
    • Ananda became a follower of Buddha, and he eventually
    • as the symbol of death came before mankind in remembrance,
    • became the basis from which he created his magnificent Good
    • into the Background. They came to the fore once more near the
    • came down to us and lives in our world. When we are worthy,
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    • greater insight, till finally the pupil became an initiate.
    • all the stages by heart; later when writing came more into
    • to in my lectures: the moment when physical man became an
    • breath of life, and man became a living soul." In regard to
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    • all, became the heritage of the East; art became the monument of the time
    • when the middle region of the earth held sway; knowledge became the
    • residues of a lofty spirituality became, on the way from East to West, the
    • consciousness. The spiritual life became more independent. The other
    • with the further penetration of the West, they also became separated. 3y
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    • the passage of the spiritual life toward the West, poetry became more and
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    • Now, however, a time came — speaking generally, in the
    • East came over to Europe and was taken up, for instance, by the
    • already becoming decadent and a kind of belief in ghosts became
    • widely prevalent among the masses of mankind. This belief came
    • that what lived in his will, and even in his blood, came to him
    • developed from East to West, then came the belief in ghosts,
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    • afterwards. In the 30th year of his life Jesus became
    • mankind. Before the earth became Earth, it was the old Moon,
    • through the stage of humanity, and they came down to the Earth
    • upon the Earth the human being became MAN. The Lunar Pitris are
    • they came from a common spiritual chorus. All those who had
    • by Christ Jesus. What unites men came down to the earth through
    • same came for a witness, to bear witness of the light, that all
    • came to each man (to the individual Ego-man) but the individual
    • the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus
    • individuality became transfigured — the stage which the whole
    • Mystery, the whole experience, became reality upon the physical
    • “The Angel came in unto her and said: Hail thou that art highly
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    • stuck to the earthly. And then one sensed that one became penetrated
    • illumination, Sälde; this was what became the motif of
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    • He became ill of pneumonia because his ether body in the region of the
    • by his ether body, by the color, if it became red, or blue or green.
    • The man of old passed by these plants and became sad, so that even his
    • plants, they might be such plants as the poppy is today, his hair became
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    • example I gave you last time — just as we became
    • matter did not exist as yet. Everything came from the activity
    • evolution beyond their nature stage and became the higher
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    • month. And it went on like this throughout the year. Then came
    • Then the next year came. The holidays were over, and at the
    • left the school and another came at the beginning of the
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    • of the way this encounter came about between a culturally
    • how he became what he was; we can then follow up the impulse
    • and how it became compressed into the poem Parsifal:
    • came about, due to which the Parsifal concept was quite
    • language, for they came about through primeval necessity. That
    • like the kind of thing that came down from the spiritual world
    • impulses that came from the spiritual world to the
    • reply, “No, they are the balls that came out of the
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    • the more the I became separated. The Christ impulse is
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    • century. So those children born in the second decade came to
    • came to earth with those children helped in large measure to
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    • formally had before it became evident that the world that
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    • in the right way to Roman Catholicism they would at once became happy.
    • in Meran, became a Jesuit and late a priest. He investigated the
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    • Jesuits in Medina del Campo, became Abbot of the Carmelite Monastay
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    • came into a sphere where it seemed—as if certain beings had flown
    • came just through sleep. Before the Mystery of Golgotha man slept in
    • for the fact is that men actually became headless in the fifteenth century—you
    • day nothing could be gained unless men became active in their pursuit
    • men will became more frenzied than ever.
    • and who then in some place or another came across us—how many
    • He came to Berlin and I asked him whether he would come to hear a lecture
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    • that Christ Jesus went through death and overcame this death after a
    • the external social structure for mankind. Christ became a special King,
    • Therefore it may be said that to men in the south Christ came in such
    • in the north as barbarians, these peoples to whom the Christ came, and
    • Jesus himself as the individual man to whom Christ came, there is only
    • a difference of degree. In Palestine Christ came to the individual man
    • In the way the Christ impulse came to the northern barbarians it could
    • In other words, in the north, even though they finally came to a higher
    • very recent times history for modern man has in general became thoroughly
    • truly, actually speak of this secret deeply in the same way as it came
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    • struggles, which came to such a grand conclusion that even on her last
    • atavistic clairvoyance, became gradually lost to mankind. And just at
    • experiences of soul, the man's nature really became so transformed that
    • But the time came when
    • thing that came was actually what at a certain stage man had experienced
    • course of human evolution the fact once came about that at a certain
    • their primitive souls received the Christ Who came to them just as He
    • came to Jesus of Nazareth. Indeed in the sense of what I was discussing
    • with you yesterday it may be said: The Christ came first to the man
    • Christ came once again, united Himself with the men who peopled the
    • date mankind will realise that there came about what may be called the
    • wave came up against what radiated from the centre, and what radiated
    • of strength became dry. This is the reason wily so much remained unfinished:
    • himself had nothing of Shakespeare in him, for when he came to the climax
    • and came to his fortieth year, brought up on Shakespeare, Linnaeus and
    • paganism to Christianity. But there in pictures stands what Goethe became
    • his own being to the progress of human evolution can became the model
    • this force became inward. And out of what was weaving there inwardly
    • in central Europe came such results as we find in Goethe and the whole
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    • in Mephistopheles and came to expression when Mephistopheles
    • became something quite different.
    • from the fields of world knowledge. This was what came to him
    • sub-consciousness however, they lived. From this Goethe became
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    • persons who came into our movement from co many different quarters,
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    • which at the came time leads to the experience of its essence. But anyone
    • Picture 15: The came Being;
    • of Voss, and the thought came to me that our Building must be covered
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    • actually look back into the previous age, the age that came
    • But you came out, aye, safe and sound.
    • the time when such things came into existence they possessed
    • — You know how the force of electricity came to be used
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    • recorded everything noteworthy he came across. And there one
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    • Goethe wrote in his old age came out of a profound experience
    • I know of a medical examination in which a young student came
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    • these, who as rebelling individualities, became the
    • shepherd the boy became entrusted. The shepherd's wife called
    • out and took the way to Thebes became his doom. On the way he
    • he saved himself by means of Ariadne's thread. Theseus became
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    • it came to represent all that man knows about man, What can
    • man? How is it possible to think that? For Goethe this became
    • man? But then there came to him at certain times the thought
    • dim apprehension that became at the same time a torment for
    • Their ideas came nearer the old Mystery outlook, they still
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    • became clear that, when color is perceived, at the basis of
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    • if, during sleep he became awake to this body-free condition.
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    • became millionaires instead. Homunculus was a millionaire. He
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    • never practice worship. That only came much later. Certainly
    • idols came at a much later time. The ancient Persian culture
    • became considered the ideal human form, possessing all possible
    • to the astral plane, but like Christ, who came right down to
    • the lively etheric, because Ahura Mazdao also became visible to
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    • Communion with this in mind, that the earth became from then on
    • came into existence through the gathering of parts and by
    • underlying spiritual. As a result an enormous change came about
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    • intense sensation, and became, so to speak, a gospel for
    • “matter” became popular by-words, while men like
    • materialistically inclined that these discoveries became
    • humanity. By this means everything of a spiritual nature became
    • that another person came along and criticised the
    • came into existence, man was a purely spiritual being; he began
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    • impelled especially by those Aristotelians who came from Asia
    • of this a certain condition came about. For let us now consider
    • the Cartesian way of thought. I do not say that they became
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    • The peoples who later on became the Norwegians, carry the element of
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    • evensong. Then a shepherd came by, and seeing the boy standing
    • and came along in his blue peasant smock. A few questions were put
    • life became very hard for him. And above all he found himself in
    • And now we can follow him again into a new situation. He became a
    • for all the spiritual changes going on around him, he became
    • Zurich, and Klopstock's niece became his wife.
    • hold. And so, in 1799, came about that unhappy controversy over the
    • communication. At any rate that was how it came about that
    • fist now and then; and indeed matters came to such a pass that the
    • history. Fichte became the second Rector of the new University.
    • and presently the reason became clear when
    • using language as a medium of doing rather than saying when he came
    • kindling as it came fire and warmth and light. Fortitude vibrated in
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    • of Central Europe, when he first became acquainted with this Eastern
    • that this majestic song came into the Western world as something
    • civilization really know of Eastern culture before it became
    • connection with divine existence. Then came another age, and just as
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    • old clairvoyance gradually became lost. In this lies the deep
    • they became foolish in their fury. I mean the point where I had to
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    • edition came out last year. In it a perfectly sincere person attacks
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    • else came in. The Krishna Impulse comes into man’s soul when
    • where he may reach Krishna. But something came toward humanity from
    • themselves encountered the same Being who came down out of the Cosmic
    • Universe into the age of self-consciousness from outside. It came in
    • earth. This other impulse came from the opposite side. It was the
    • the Christ Impulse came for all mankind.
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    • on man set in; and from this influence there came, among other
    • forces in him — all this came into play in the early Lemurian
    • the creating forces. At that time man came into being as he is today.
    • never came down in bodily form. It did not strive like ordinary human
    • realized the unique situation in which he was placed, it came about
    • outside there came into this body during three years of its life
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    • remained a secret. The people who came later did not know the real
    • dream-like, came to men. It was the state closed to us today during
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    • constitution of the soul was all passive. The world of pictures came
    • mother-womb of the whole world. But I am the father, who came into
    • evolution down to the time of Christ. Then he came who was once
    • withdrawn from Lucifer; came in Krishna and later in the Luke Jesus
    • years; the Christ who came to mankind to bring together these two
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    • Those who went through this Initiation and came back into the physical
    • became. Such was the transition from the Egyptian civilisation to that
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    • Initiation they came face to face with the changes that had affected
    • spiritual worlds became a participant in the fate of Osiris, the God
    • days first became manifest in physical life when Moses heard in the
    • reappeared in such a way that it became visible in the Holy Vessel
    • their training but through certain mysterious influences, became the
    • the twelve directions of the Zodiac. The inspirations which came from
    • souls and became an intrinsic part of them. All the souls of to-day
    • the other the evil Kingdom, Chastel Merveille, with all that came from
    • times, back into the inner part of man, and became freer, more
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    • The beloved became the stranger, the unknown. Love — which in days of
    • yore had been merely a natural and social function — became personal
    • leaven by which the whole world is raised. Christ came to say:
    • high above His own time? Whence came transcendental qualities?
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    • the separation of the sexes, a new, all-embracing element came to
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    • Lazarus who came forth from the tomb after his initiation; he lived
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    • and apply his forces for the unfolding of seership. Dante became a
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    • into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living
    • which came from the heavens. The words of Genesis, in their
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    • look upon his work as we now look upon the mineral world which came
    • of sensuality, is the word. Man became a conscious being when
    • our own, this power of the Logos, is Christ. He came at the central
    • Spirits of Fire. When physical man appeared on the Earth, air became
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    • moon. They formed but one body which, little by little, became
    • and at the end of this cosmic period, became one — just as the earth,
    • parts. During the first it came about that our blood is red. What has
    • eruptions became less frequent. And yet they are still produced as a
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    • then exist. It came into being as the result of condensation and
    • Spirits of Fire who became Spirits of Air. The other group descended
    • pronounced, two groups of human beings came into existence: the one
    • — we may speak of them as Luciferian Spirits — man became
    • But the principle of Christ came to establish equilibrium between the
    • ultimately to acquire by their own free-will. Christ came to the Earth
    • He came to Earth the Christ has lived in the depths of every human
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    • “clever”, became “enlightened”,
    • came into this world from higher worlds must be understood
    • is what it means: The Word came forth, came forth out of the
    • this became reality for the writer of the John Gospel, the
    • features came from the father or mother, an uncle or an
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    • last lecture we came to know the Christian initiation, but it
    • Christianity all these things became more inward. Since
    • solid rock. They were only accessible to those who came to
    • had so ennobled his ego that it became the ego of his
    • such a human community became the ego of an individual
    • initiate then this community became his dwelling place. The
    • “‘Father glorify thy name.’ Then came there
    • understand religious documents which came down to us from
    • find: “But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was
    • body. Thus he came to have this relation to the outer
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    • came one who taught me, and instead of night and darkness I found peace
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    • ye became as little children, ye cannot enter the kingdom of Heaven.”
    • came to know better, but her error clung to her astral husk.
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    • another Being came
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    • bodies of Europeans became infected and in later generations the infection
    • came out in the physical body, affecting not merely individuals but
    • simple-minded people took them literally. As people became more
    • sophisticated, this way of reading became increasingly rare. Then the
    • came after him in his family. This is all a matter of heredity, we are
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    • a more or less conscious form, came only gradually to be recognised.
    • gradually developed? On one of his journeys Darwin came across a cannibal
    • quite right. This feeling became more and more definite in the course of
    • further incarnations; he also came to take heed of the feelings of others,
    • incarnations the feeling became still more definite and gradually the
    • got [a] stomach-ache he came to realise by degrees that there were some
    • things he could eat and some he could not. This kind of experience became
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    • Before the Earth became
    • the darkness of Pralaya came man, the ancient inhabitant of the Universe.
    • of the Sun; it became a fixed star, and is no longer concerned directly
    • they breathed out the fire and heat and became cold again. What man
    • Sun and Moon came forth again as one body, and now the Earth began to
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    • and each one, as it came into being, expressed itself through a specific
    • no real mineral kingdom. Then the etheric forms gradually became more
    • by the fertilising astral force. Then came an important stage when the
    • Then came an immensely
    • in solution much that later on became solid — our present-day
    • means after millions of years — the Earth became more solid. The
    • provided was turned to good account; human blood became warm. The moment
    • and men — demi-gods. They became quite especially important for
    • not only became wise, but could be fired with enthusiasm for wisdom
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    • nature as the body of the Godhead. Gradually they came to see before
    • it was written: Behind nature there must be God. And he came to realise
    • of Manu, called the holy Rishis, became the teachers of the ancient
    • became a husbandman. He moved out of the quiet realm of world-renouncing
    • the Semites who branched off from them, came to understand these laws.
    • gradually built up a science. It became clear to them that there was
    • Manu, but came under the influence of other cultures. It had a different
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    • then became active in a finer capacity in the breathing and
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    • incarnation in which her soul became especially strong. She
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    • illness. This became particularly obvious at the end of the
    • belief that came later, pronouncing exactly the opposite view —
    • the religion of that area taught. But he became involved in violent
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • that earth-life he was not aware it was bad. He came to that
    • Teresa the individual became especially strong in earlier
    • earth-lives, while in the pathological cases the individual became
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    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
    • why even Serenissimus came to the end of his knowledge when newly
    • came directly out of humanity's intercourse with the gods. However,
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    • very exactly in the ancient mysteries how one came out of spiritual
    • that the path by which the ancient initiate came to initiation could
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    • then became active in a finer capacity in the breathing and
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    • incarnation in which her soul became especially strong. She
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    • illness. This became particularly obvious at the end of the
    • belief that came later, pronouncing exactly the opposite view —
    • the religion of that area taught. But he became involved in violent
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • that earth-life he was not aware it was bad. He came to that
    • Teresa the individual became especially strong in earlier
    • earth-lives, while in the pathological cases the individual became
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    • humanity developed they became separated so that sin appeared in one
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    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
    • why even Serenissimus came to the end of his knowledge when newly
    • came directly out of humanity's intercourse with the gods. However,
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    • very exactly in the ancient mysteries how one came out of spiritual
    • that the path by which the ancient initiate came to initiation could
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    • into existence of the earth something new became possible, it became
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    • Elohim. Now you know that these Elohim came over to earth evolution
    • the course of evolution before the earth came into existence.
    • tohu wabohu, and made it what it later became. Whence comes
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    • existed at an earlier time now came forth in etheric, in elementary
    • yet no separation of the part which later became the earth. What
    • the Moon epoch. After the Sun condition came to an end, and had
    • cosmic musing there then came to pass a separation of gaseous from
    • compounded of the three elementary states, a separation came about,
    • taken place, a recapitulation became possible of what had existed in
    • itself as earth, at last there came something into which the Elohim
    • make it as perfect as possible. Perfection became a possibility from
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    • that what later became our solar system was contained in a planetary
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    • stage. And when during the Moon evolution it became necessary for the
    • came forth all that can be brought about by the life-ether —
    • What then came about
    • which is usually translated “night.” Then it became a
    • the Genesis account came, if you turn to
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    • Saturn, with the eye somewhat like the photographer's camera
    • perceived in his own being the work of those Beings who later became
    • that the spirit was behind this appearance and came to expression in
    • it again became necessary for the sun to separate off from the earth;
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    • appearance before man became visible as an earth being. Before man
    • became animals. Man had to wait above in the spiritual realm. The
    • beings which became animals descended too soon for human incarnation.
    • animals, who did descend into it became beings of the air, and beings
    • which came to him through the elevation of the Elohim into a unity.
    • became animals of the air, because they could not be given the
    • what we call the physical body came into existence on the sixth day
    • came into existence on the sixth day. If a man with the eyes of today
    • perceive the man who then came into existence. The man of today is
    • blood-heat apart from anything else, and then you have what came into
    • there was a soul-spiritual condition; then came an astral condition;
    • then an etheric condition, and then came the physical states, first
    • desire, everything anchored in the astral body, became permeated with
    • the Luciferic element, hence became more violent, more passionate,
    • astral body now came into existence, one permeated by the Luciferic
    • condensed further. It was only then that the man of flesh came into
    • the human body brought about by the Luciferic influence man became
    • very different from the materialistic and crude exegesis that came in
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    • proper later became, for the substance of the moon is very crass, as
    • the earth, the earth forces became ever more moonlike, ever denser.
    • conditions had been too fine, they now became too coarse.
    • into its periphery so long as the moon remained with it. So it came
    • planetary neighbours. This came about at a time preceding (to use our
    • Then came that other
    • the earth, which now for the first time came into a condition in
    • came from Mars, or Mercury, or Jupiter and so on. This brought about
    • what later became racial differentiation. It is still possible today
    • races which arose out of the return of souls from the cosmos came
    • very different from what it became later; far on into the Atlantean
    • lighter, that what previously had been etheric became transformed
    • became more and more physical. Strange as it may sound, the plant
    • only came about after the “days” of creation.
    • the earth gradually came into a state favourable to human
    • kinds of propagation. What later became the human physical and
    • again into this earthly region. When from the earth the sun became
    • What we have just been considering is what afterwards became
    • earth, became beneficial. After the withdrawal of the moon forces
    • neighbour, the moon became earth's benefactor — which from
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    • breath of life; and man became a living soul — or, let us
    • became living creatures — became what we today call living
    • the animals nearest to man, the earth-animals proper, which came down
    • came about conditions favourable to the formation of the prototype of
    • today only came later with the inbreathing by Jahve of the breath
    • male and female, came about relatively late, after the “days”
    • creation in due order of other, lower beings. Thus the animals became
    • today in the world as physical man first came about through the deed
    • awareness that man first became a living being through the
    • became what they were through other processes of evolution; but that
    • nature was thereby brought down a stage and became differentiated.
    • member; the one became denser and the other more rarefied. The
    • descendants of the Elohim-men, and thus of what came into being
    • the higher, human form. During the time when the animal forms came
    • come the land animals; the birds and marine animals came into
    • on the sixth. And then came man, only not by producing the same line
    • spiritual womb whence also came those very Elohim who developed into
    • there for the time being; it came forth later in the incarnation of
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    • All that came to his notice in this way in the physical
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the
    • that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • that from that moment he became another man. Nay, more: he became an
    • determined entirely by what came to him from super-sensible
    • Golgotha came before Paul in such a way that he received, by direct
    • through spiritual science. This understanding came to Paul in order
    • evolution of mankind from another. The Event of Golgotha came at the
    • spiritual came to them in elemental form, with everything that lived
    • receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came forth to meet him
    • whence Christ came down to unite Himself with the life of the earth!
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    • it came about so gradually. When men looked out at nature in olden
    • ought to prevail among the masses, from whom individuals came forth as
    • some place or another, became the leader, was recognised and
    • primeval wisdom. And it can be said that this knowledge came to the
    • in which the primeval wisdom came to a man depended on his
    • reality. Men came to the point of enquiring into the super-sensible by
    • grasped all at once and it therefore came about that echoes of the old
    • been concealed for a time under the mantle of tradition now came to
    • Golgotha. Then came the 15th, 16th,
    • abandoned. But even a genuine understanding of documents came to an
    • Golgotha anew, and with this need came the last flare-up of the
    • century. The first impulse which came to the fore and gained an ever
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    • Christianity lies in the Christ Impulse which came to the earth
    • After the Atlantean catastrophe came the ancient Indian epoch of
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • and became the source of the impulse which leads humanity upwards.
    • came upon the earth through Christ, begin to work. It is not a merely
    • Christianity, it is a matter of realising what actually came to pass
    • and what is merely a mistaken idea. For what came into the evolution
    • consequence of what came into human beings through Lucifer, and if
    • wrought on the earth, became the heritage of humanity, and the
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    • original Eastern concept of religion came to be bound up with
    • the fourth century A.D., Christianity became a
    • empty of understanding, Good Friday became a festival in which the
    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • little Child. Banal hymns about the Jesus Babe gradually became the
    • the Christ Who came into the world and cannot die, Who when He beholds
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    • belonging to these worlds came down in a spiritual manner to the men
    • part of the sleeping state, as itself a semi-sleep. But what came to
    • soul-and-spirit. This condition became more and more marked as the
    • You see, therefore, that what came to pass in the Mystery of
    • Golgotha; how differently — in a way that became impossible later
    • those who came forward as teachers valued more highly than any written
    •  “Christ came down from spheres beyond the earth to the
    •  “in the Mystery of Golgotha there came to pass something
    • abstract sense — how much more even a camel, an animal wholly
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    • another symptom came into evidence. Between the lectures in Stockholm
    • times came to men in these conditions of existence. Men were aware of
    • bodies became dimmer, less and less distinct; whereas the images of
    • speaking, night became more intensely night, day more intensely
    • Then came the Atlantean Flood and the dawn of the later,
    • individual consciousness of those who became Initiates, a wide,
    • which became natural in Post-Atlantean man, enabling him to perceive
    • Mysteries it became necessary for the priests to use special methods
    • about to receive Initiation. And then, when the great moment came, in
    • experience reality outside the physical body became increasingly rare.
    • became increasingly difficult to preserve for humanity the memories of
    • became mere memory — partly preserved in traditions of the
    • lost. Man came forth from a life among the gods; to a life among the
    • age of 30, the Christ came down into his body. For the first and last
    • Christ came to establish the great synthesis between the Easter
    • epoch, during the Greco-Latin epoch, when Christ came down among men.
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    • Kashiapa came to the point of death and on account of his mature
    • burning thorn-bush and on Sinai is the same God Who came down from
    • human body, He became the great Prototype of the future evolution of
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    • was rightly said of him that of those who came after him no-one else
    • corpse of Christ Jesus on the Cross became the token of life, of the
    • this individuality came down from spiritual heights and clothed
    • body began to operate, he came upon the forces woven into his etheric
    • then he became the one who was able to proclaim to the West some of
    • come into being? They came into being when through the inwoven
    • replicas of the hallowed etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth there came
    • of events on the physical plane, but who became a believer through an
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    • came to Rudolf Steiner himself.
    • The second revelation came about through the Mystery of Golgotha. What
    • own speech and can became conscious of it. We are approaching the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha we may say: Christ then became the Spirit
    • are unable to came to an understanding of it between death and
    • the event of Palestine the time came for the super-sensible to pour
    • events, however, came about. There was indeed a catastrophe, but
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    • — after his death, there came a night when his father and mother
    • will come upon us, just as one came between the Atlantean and
    • the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass; and the Gospels have evoked
    • about only through the individuality who before Christ-Jesus came to
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    • it suddenly came back to him who he was. The interval was passed quite
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    • namely, Hofrat Eysenhardt himself. He lived in Vienna and became a
    • lawyer, and later President of the local court. He became one of the
    • that he could get anyone convicted who came within his clutches;
    • the bed, as if this invisible something came nearer, and finally stood
    • years the Manager of the Hamburg Theatre, and who later became Manager
    • that time when the lawyer became confused and lost his memory, he
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    • as an illustration. Now that came in an unseemly way to a man who
    • a greenish shimmer which moved gently downwards. But the arch became
    • unfathomable nature? Gradually the whole became fainter and fainter,
    • imperceptibly it all became fainter and nothing remained in the sky
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    • In the evolution of the Earth there came a time when a process of
    • animals came into being — this fact is distinctly expressed in
    • became visible to themselves. By means of the so-called Kundalini Fire
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    • result was that the blood withdrew from their eyes and they became
    • physical body is engaged. In a camera obscura the rose makes the same
    • But through the coming of Christ into the world, it came about that a
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    • through which eventually he became inwardly suffused with light,
    • first the Earth became covered with a layer of peat, the remains of
    • The mineral kingdom in its present state of separation only came into
    • organs of movement. Then they became organs for the spiritual. In the
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    • Some of these beings developed further and then became the animals of
    • of them to adapt themselves. Those who failed became the lower
    • impulse (Manas) came from Mercury in the fifth sub-race of the
    • come over; they became the activating impulse towards Earth evolution.
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    • came to an end the beings who were wise, but did not possess wisdom in
    • They could then develop further on the Earth. What came over on to the
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    • of the primal fire-vapour sun, moon and earth came into existence as
    • language of wisdom. Then the Bull fell into decadence and the Ram came
    • man. This withholding of the consciousness of reincarnation came to
    • dependent upon one earthly life. Urban bourgeoisie then became the
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    • still to follow. Before the Earth became physical it was astral.
    • upon by man. In earlier times these atoms became more and more
    • all the beings which came into existence in the Third Round also
    • produced the etheric body, the Linga Sharira. Out of what became solid
    • eventually became the lower kingdoms as far as the first vertebrates,
    • condition of form, the Earth became ever denser. At the price of this
    • increasing densification, the Astral Light became individualised after
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    • so. On the Physical Plane man for the first time came into contact
    • he is in very truth god-forsaken. When he came forth from the astral
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    • The physical human eye is similar to a camera, for, as with the
    • camera, there appears within it a picture of the surrounding world.
    • to be found in the camera, does one discover what is the specific
    • stage. At that time the eyes were present only as little cameras. What
    • was produced as [a] picture of the surrounding world came to the
    • apparatus with the etheric body. It then became a living organism.
    • prepared for this in the following way. He came to a Master. If the
    • pupil the whole inner body gradually became illuminated. All ancient
    • body came forth. This is what may be said in respect of the physical
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    • came forth from him later. Before the Lemurian Age there rose up in
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    • Karma begins. Karma, as human Karma, first became possible when human
    • when man, from a horizontal, became a vertical being, thereby freeing
    • performed actions. Then actions were something which only came from
    • become active in the world that came forth from Nirvana, from that
    • fructified the four-footed creatures so that they became human, were
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    • and receive intuitions, so before he came into existence the external
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    • front limbs for the purpose of grasping, so that now the time came for
    • of which gushed a fiery cloud, became visible. This gave rise to the
    • described in Egypt as the union of Osiris and Isis. From it came forth
    • way. Only then can one understand how the astral body of man came into
    • mastery; it came to him from outside. He can only exert mastery over
    • What clings to the person from that astral body which came with him
    • which originally came over from the Old Moon and its opposite pole.
    • another and became united. The one is the pole of animality, the other
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    • came from the person to whom it was directed. This fact holds good for
    • came to him from outside, also received the impulse of Buddhi, had he
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    • did the astral man live before he became what he is today and where
    • off those parts of itself it needed to expel, and these became ever
    • physical human body. Thereby the human forms became more and more
    • These reflected images became forces within the astral body and these
    • Through this, the single parts came into existence within him. Now he
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    • first time fructification with the Spirit, with the Monad became
    • later became a fixed star. The sequence of stages that the Earth has
    • plant-like. The beings lived in the light of the Sun. Light came to
    • the third incarnation of the Earth he became a Moon-man. He bent over,
    • unable to do. In the Hyperborean Epoch the Solar Pitris became the
    • became divided into two halves with the result that two sexes came
    • Adepts came to them and said: You must not follow Jehovah. He will not
    • the earthly planet. Reproduction however became bisexual and thereby
    • turning around of the Earth axis the tropical climate came into the
    • previously came the Lion, the symbol of courage, and before this the
    • female. It was only through the Lunar Pitris that man became mature
    • Age did the Monads regret their previous refusal; they came down and
    • Everything that came later is the result of this original Karma; for
    • arose at this time. Because of it man became uncertain; he must now
    • his own further Karma came about. Now he could fall into error.
    • Now there came a Sun Hero, similar to those who appeared in the
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    • These were the seeds which came over to the Earth.
    • itself off. Man became more human, the animal more animal. The
    • external body of man became slowly more human. During the Second Round
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    • that time he became physical, he was in the first Round and in the
    • the thought-seeds became physical. At that time the Earth consisted
    • become physical. Later the physical points of force once more became
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    • A kind of spiritual darkness came about at a certain moment of
    • over into astral substance. The astral Earth-Globe came into being. In
    • particles of the white Sun-Ether became first fluid and then solid.
    • appearance together with the Mars impulse. Iron came into the blood at
    • then the Hydra will be conquered. Blood came into the Earth with the
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    • go back to the moment of time when sight came into existence and the
    • outer world as such became perceptible to us. Previously the eye was
    • form and light became necessary. God said: ‘Let there be light and
    • The human heart as it came into being was akin to what had taken place
    • heart came into existence. If one concentrates on the activity of the
    • that digitalis purpurea came into being at the same time as the human
    • became possible for man to develop warmth within himself. Then he was
    • individualisation; and in the world outside the opposite came about:
    • fire. To kindle fire in Nature first became possible when fire
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    • Ages, when the Mongols came into conflict with the Europeans,
    • the world. With knowledge, birth, death and illness came into the
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    • condition arose when milk became the general nourishment for mankind,
    • was not taken from what is living, but which came from what was dead.
    • nourished themselves from the lifeless it became possible to make the
    • connected with the desire for the ego. Man became independent through
    • civilisation passed through in regard to nourishment. Firstly came the
    • original ancestor of the post-diluvian race, became intoxicated by
    • Sub-Races were repetitions of what came earlier. The Fourth Sub-Race
    • beginning the transformation of water into wine, for Christianity came
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    • who later journeyed in a more Southern direction and there became the
    • teaching of the Brahmans became is by no means only religion in the
    • The Europeans also came over from Atlantis to Western and Central
    • came to expression in so magnificent a way, but which here remained at
    • came into the early Persian world-conception as the principle of
    • Nature. So it came about that man directed his gaze to the stars, and
    • and the future of Christianity came to magnificent expression through
    • these Northern prophets in what later became the Siegfried Saga.
    • Everywhere in the North one can point to the traces of what came to
    • He came from Ur in Chaldaea and developed as an extract of the three
    • and Arabian influence which came over from Asia. It is always the same
    • tribes. What originally came over from the West was related to what
    • came with the Huns from the East. So from East and West something came
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    • For this he was attacked and came close to suffering the
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    • but because it came to light through his experience: With Herder, and
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    • later on into various religions and became matters of faith, may be
    • before it became so difficult to find a publisher! Today, however, he
    • became aware of this or that great problem of existence, and all that
    • impression which came to me from the outer world; and when I was fifty
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    • Such questions reached only as far as the Sun and the answers came
    • from these rites in the form, shall we say, of cosmic thought, came
    • put to the Saturn-existence. And the answers then came back from the
    • until they came across someone in whom this inability to take hold of
    • themselves: What kind of medicament must be administered? When a man
    • as a medicament. In finding that copper has the effect of enabling the
    • us of how the medicament can take effect.
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    • brought many “cosmic remembrances” with them when they came
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    • Today we cannot simply imbibe again the things that once became known
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    • were quite different from what they afterward became. We have been
    • came knowledge, but also the voice of temptation. And the words
    • soul came all that permeated the macrocosm! We can characterise this
    • satisfaction to me when our good managing director, Sellin, came to me
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    • came into the world at that time, through certain human
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    • which we once came into contact, anything we once experienced. But
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    • world?” But nothing came from this direct approach.
    • man had before he came into sensory existence that should not have
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    • the mirrors trying all the time to be inside yourself, and then became
    • time in a physical body. In this incarnation, however, he became
    • line. It is thus possible to say of Buddha that he came down from
    • came to earth through the event of Golgotha. If we now turn our
    • earth is the planet that became the scene of the Mystery of Golgotha,
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    • certain conditions when perceptions came from outside, something shot
    • knowledge came from below. Hence the ancients still possessed a
    • gradually became dim and dark. Had this not come to pass, man would
    • what was above in a human being came together. One may say that
    • came about when the event of Golgotha drew near.
    • corpse in man became more and more pronounced. The time drew near,
    • when no more thoughts came forth from out human nature to meet the
    • that now came into being was the Christ. Christ the child of the
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    • thoughts, which became our memories during life on earth, unfold once
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    • Once, the gods came in
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    • earth in order to achieve merely earthly ends, but came down to the
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    • carcinoma, this ulcer, duly broke out, and became what people call
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    • creatures or of the facts and events of Nature, at once became
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    • light came to his notice. Among other things, he learned of the
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    • been so especially since Newton's influence came to be dominant, as
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    • of thinking was very different from what it then became.
    • of modern Physics came about only gradually. What first caught
    • of the earliest things to which men became attentive in this
    • domain. They also became attentive to the so-called phenomena of
    • to here, every time it came upon a hole it went through, then in
    • the next hole came where the last had been, and there arose as many
    • globe now contains came into being simply by virtue of what was
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    • activity. The water thereby became warmer, as we were able to shew.
    • had been the first to make them, then came Geissler) was evidently
    • fresh experiments now came to light, which in their turn seemed
    • came to the conclusion which was in fact emerging from many and
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    • not say that they were right, but this idea arose. It came about in
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    • the names of these two planets came to be reversed. See later
    • names came into use in ancient science for the forces of the universe
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    • became one of joyful exultation in summer. He was trained to have this
    • came to these pupils, for example on Midsummer Night, were indications
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    • In this way remarkable experiences came to him. They were experiences
    • periods preceding his present life. Gradually he came to feel as if he
    • came to the Earth. When it is said that man consists of physical body,
    • present form first came into existence and it was therefore possible
    • from the plant; first it was plantlike and then became mineral. Under
    • it came into existence in the ancient Lemurian epoch. Our present
    • by Rudolf Steiner. The teacher who came to Tauler was known as the
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    • to one-twelfth, a powerful force of egoism still came forth
    • feature in this process was the loss of the Ego. The Ego became
    • How could this be prevented? The force that became weaker in the
    • from the ordinary waking consciousness. It is as though he became
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    • was the same Being who later became Gautama Buddha. But this Being
    • millennia with Earth-evolution, then he became Buddha, and in that
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    • and he finally came to inform me with great glee that he had actually
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    • of space-memory was connected: Time became Space. Nowadays, if a man
    • brain came into being and proceeded to develop, the heart too
    • our present solar system came into existence there was an earlier
    • intellect came into existence only when the brain had been formed.
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    • faculties that have been perfected today became apparent in
    • to exist, but that this possibility came from the Earth, that these
    • Macrocosm and through these convergent streams Old Saturn came into
    • breath of life and he became a living soul.” This is an
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    • own sphere, what predicament serious scientists are in
    • Vischer, came upon as he was struggling to clarify his
    • own outlook. He came to ask —
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    • became messages of the super-sensible. The whole process which
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    • travel (which, in fact, came into the world through
    • originated in a kind of chaos. Man came into being, but then he
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    • a result of the Luciferic impulses it became possible at a later
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    • mankind what was destined to be imparted at that time. And then came other
    • inspiration of Michael came to an end shortly after the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Mystery of Golgotha. When we look back we remember what came to pass
    • became a spiritual Being, He still retained the remembrance of His
    • came into the old Hebrew race and was led to His death within it. The
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    • into whatever he did, and so he now became a true priest of the Papal
    • This gap now became the
    • It therefore became a matter of deep concern for Cusanus to designate
    • But then, this spirit realm became more and more remote from those
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    • “spirit.” What later became the unknown, the hidden god,
    • originating from the spirit that later on became the unknown god. The
    • and at length came to say, “I sink myself into the nothingness
    • human body became a force which no longer bore the substance of the
    • some resemblance to the spirit. Now it became permeated by the
    • speaking crudely, the corporeal world became denser while the soul
    • became more tenuous. This is what arose in the consciousness of the
    • There came the time, described in the last lecture, of Meister
    • experienced the living image of God in the Logos, it became the
    • became the merely theoretical epistemological contrast between the
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    • and then became abstracted, exists today completely in the
    • experience; the blood and its rhythm became something quite foreign
    • into the universe and totally divorced from man? No, this became
    • And after that something else became possible as well. The inward
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    • with his god or gods, whereby the god ordered the world. It came as
    • Thus the Copernican world conception came into being, the projection
    • attempt to enter the new cosmology through living experience became
    • A.D. and even later; indeed, it only became different in the
    • Berkeley became an opponent of the whole infinitesimal calculus
    • The after-effects of what came into being then are still very much
    • became convinced that we go through repeated earth lives.
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    • I have also pointed out how, in this scientific age, space became an
    • longer be found, so that they became free-floating in a certain
    • longer saw through this, mathematical forms and numbers became
    • secondary qualities became something that man looked for only in
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    • of such processes from man. Along with it came the severance of
    • physics became a matter of measuring, counting and weighing.)
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    • emerged, as did mathematics and physics, and became external
    • retained. But what was left eventually became so diluted that it
    • as it became later on. During and towards the end of the Nineteenth
    • Psychology now became tightly tied to man. With the dawn of the
    • organization. This gradually became a very meager experience. The way
    • man looked into himself, the ego became by degrees something like a
    • mere point. For that reason it became easy to philosophers to dispute
    • of the thought contents, these thought contents became increasingly
    • abstract, became mere thought. Just think how an old Indian
    • and came to grasp external nature only with his concepts of physics
    • developed conceptions from which he eliminated outer nature and came
    • became a mechanical apparatus and has remained so to this day for the
    • body, the iatromechanists had none. Then came a man by the name of
    • empty bag that was man. This is why men came to think of the world of
    • that weighed him down. The experience of freedom came about when man
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    • Today, we confront a grandiose world, which became possible only
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    • the one of today are the same sort of thing. If a person came to such
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    • mechanical theory of heat, I would say: I came into the room, the heat
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    • sphere of will, whence came, in a vague and glimmering way, the
    • a crass materialist and became more and more so. He would say,
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    • water in which the paddle turned became warmer.
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    • here, and placed on it a row of urchins. As it became warm the urchins
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    • Cosmology’, only still more so. Whatever came to light as a
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    • of himself became more and more limited to what his physical
    • death. At the moment of historical time when the view became limited
    • to the physical nature of man, death became a disturbing problem for
    • The Christ came down to earthly existence from those worlds in which
    • then faded in man's consciousness. The event of Golgotha thus became
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    • come to know, it became necessary to allow a great deal, indeed, a very
    • such control of outer nature that the physical plane came truly under
    • to the initiates. It was also known to Saul, who later became Paul.
    • The event of Damascus! At the moment when he became clairvoyant and
    • had died on the Cross, at that moment Saul became Paul.
    • Christ could reveal Himself supersensibly that He became the planetary
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    • into it everything that came with him from the last incarnation as the
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    • came the substance out of which the human body was formed?” Sublime
    • now came into existence. The difference between Saturn and Sun is that
    • there came into existence once and forever the foundation for the existence
    • body came into existence. Thus, structures of a lower grade existed
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    • Moon. We came to the point in yesterday's lecture where it was made
    • kingdom that came into existence on Old Moon now received the forces
    • Old Moon came into existence. As yet there was no mineral kingdom but
    • it again, just as he inhales and exhales air today. The process became
    • of our earth, our own planet earth itself, then came forth from the
    • whole solar system came forth. Through the rotation of this nebula, rings
    • that directs the external reality. When the earth first came into existence
    • and earth-plus-moon became one independent body, containing the substances
    • the best soul material that then came again to the earth, because its
    • their evolution. But it was not until later that this moon became what
    • anthroposophical movement? It came into the world because the lofty beings
    • But when the moon had finally left, it became apparent that the earth was
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    • from it. With the solidification of the physical body, which now became
    • bodies became closer. Instead of hovering and floating above the earth,
    • man became a being who now trod the earth itself.
    • gone to Jupiter, Mars, and so on, during the period of desolation, came
    • and became a giant in stature. The more intelligent human beings developed
    • When a soul came down again to the earth from Mars, the qualities with
    • matter became opaque for him. Otherwise, he would have seen through
    • ancient Atlantis perished as the result. The continents came into existence
    • forces of animals, and indeed it actually came to the point of Lemurian
    • Man now gradually became
    • was still soft and pliable. The animals came down into matter too soon;
    • This became possible for the first time with the culture inaugurated
    • happenings in the physical world, those human souls became even more
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    • for this world, the stranger the spiritual world became for him after
    • Then came the time when
    • Himself to man through the elements. He now came nearer and nearer to
    • Jesus of Nazareth. It was when he became clairvoyant near the gates
    • aura would change, and that has now come to pass.” Then Saul became
    • the qualities of love and brotherliness. Thus a new light came into
    • Christ Jesus love became a non-material bond. The activity of the human
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    • among the Greeks,) came into existence, the kind of knowledge
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    • developed within itself at a higher stage, when it became transmuted
    • Spirit passes from the unknown spheres. The innermost of man came
    • recollection of the land from which he came and to which the Ferryman
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    • came across from the kingdom of the Spirit and are striving, to get
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    • Then a time came when the Persian priests of Zarathustra, the wise
    • of fire, and man became a duality. With the birth of sexual man out of
    • only since that time when they came to fill the last part of the
    • Zarathustra. Men were not yet concerned with a trinity, which came
    • pre-historical times. It only became necessary for people to look up
    • to a third power after they came to distinguish between good and evil.
    • Mithraic cult now. The symbolic Bull became visible and the Mediator,
    • good and evil, and mankind came to comprehend what is called in
    • celebrated since the times when the light became the symbol of
    • Sun Hero, the Christ, came to replace the festival celebrating the
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    • governs the sun and moon. By becoming an earth being, man became
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    • moment came when the outer light was weakest, on the day when the
    • this was the music of the spheres. Then the room became dimly lit, the
    • knew that this disc represented the earth. The illumined disc became
    • portal of the temple of initiation. They became the intermediaries
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    • time became Spirits of Untruth. Now all the spiritual beings which in
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    • later led to the production of the earth only became possible after
    • as the Sun-condition. So that we say. Before our earth became earth it
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    • I shall now have to explain how these other forces came into being. If
    • Spirit of Motion came originally that impulse of civilisation which
    • beyond the mere Spirits of the Age, came from the Spirits of Motion on
    • individual who, in the twenty-ninth year of his life became the
    • a Boddhisattva therewith became a Buddha. That means that his spirit
    • great Individualities. So it came about that these seven successive
    • activities of the Spirits of the Planets came to light in that which
    • Then came the civilisation of Zarathustra; and Zarathustra pointed
    • Then came the Egyptian civilisation; and for certain reasons it became
    • to which the Holy Rishis pointed in their Vishvakarma. Then came the
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    • maintained if all the etheric influences came from the planets, and
    • none but astral influences came to the minerals from the sun; but
    • which came from the sun being opposed by another, which counteracted,
    • coming from the sun came into opposition to the etheric stream which
    • came about by the moon being separated from the earth; and from the
    • became the opposers of the Luciferic Spirits of Wisdom from the sun,
    • space, corresponding with the currents which came in from the cosmos,
    • tail became an enclosed ring; through the power of attraction of the
    • not originally belong to our Solar System; they came much later into
    • is the starry world through the normal Spirits of Wisdom; it became
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    • of His Being into man so that his fourth member became the bearer of
    • this drop — the ego bearer — this God became known to His people for
    • working into the ancient peoples, it was through Moses that it came
    • became necessary to tell them that they were no longer to look up
    • by gods who came before.
    • experience in yourself. The power that I put into your ego became the
    • course, always read that the people of Moses came from a Bedouin race,
    • this way. Therefore they came to know that through the Mystery of
    • Golgotha the ego impulse became something different from what it was
    • had become infused with the Ten Commandments, and that people became
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    • of consciousness, and the time came when only by means of a long and
    • capacity to understand. His knowledge gradually became limited to the
    • this by means of his own ego. But when the promised time came it had
    • directly into himself. So it came to pass that the God-man Christ
    • became possible for a human being to recognize God in the surrounding
    • preacher and made powerful revelations. To him came the layman who was
    • thought that he wished to become Tauler's pupil. But he soon became his
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    • the Gospels became nourishment for the hearts and souls of innumerable
    • and one did not need to ask whence they came; one knew that men had
    • have thought that,” the man dates his own Ego; what came before
    • higher grades of evolution, and finally came so far that in the 29th
    • feel what speaks out of the Buddha, can feel all that first came about
    • Then came the Zarathustra culture. Zarathustra spoke, when he directed
    • Nazareth this impulse which came directly out of the spiritual worlds.
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    • were to dispute this truth, saying that the Bodhisatva who became a
    • became a Buddha has since that time reached spiritual heights from
    • approach with trust the teaching that the Bodhisatva who became a
    • the Osiris-principle, as to a Beyond. Then came the Greek time, which
    • became altered in such wise that it can no longer be the prophet's way
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    • the empowering and the presentation of Christianity became
    • One could also see that whoever came under the robe, the stole
    • Lorenzo as his patron. When Savonarola became Prior of the
    • became an orator whose following grew continuously, whose
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    • century; that this thinking became ever more and more completely dead
    • until a certain culmination of this condition of deadness came about
    • that man creates his thoughts came about through the fact that
    • thoughts became ever more and more lifeless. And these lifeless
    • of Golgotha, it became clear to them that human beings beheld the sun
    • in the pre-earthly existence and became aware of the Christ; that,
    • their inner being that Christ, came out of the sphere of spirits who
    • Golgotha has come about, this became in a way the expression for what
    • developed further and further, humanity became less and less capable
    • were lost to humanity. More and more there came about the abstract
    • especially for the reason that thinking became ever more abstract. In
    • first centuries of Christianity. Thus it came about, moreover, that
    • Then the Christ came to them, in order to make manifest to them
    • arise for humanity to ascend to freedom. As thinking now became more
    • was being lost. In the same degree in which dead thinking came about,
    • Mystery of Golgotha. This kingdom came about also in an external way,
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    • became more and more alienated from one another. The louder the call
    • the many clichés which became current in the nineteenth
    • Then came the younger generation; they felt cramped; they felt that
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    • then, did youth find when they came to the Universities? Well, they
    • wandering about on the earth. This state of things came gradually but
    • creature “Science,” which came upon the scene in many
    • is a picture that often came before the soul, and it expressed an
    • when they came to express what it was that they were seeking, it was
    • Then came the earth period proper. But this earth period proper, this
    • then came the post-Atlantean epoch — a still higher stage. But
    • The Christ Event came during the first third of the fourth
    • first third of which there fell the Christ Event, the old era came to
    • could still be dimly understood in the age that followed. Then came
    • first time, in the last third of the nineteenth century it became
    • Golgotha a Spirit-Being came into the earth from realms beyond the
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    • phosphorus and so on became a mere name, an abstraction. The Spirit
    • to have something to do with philosophy, came across this
    • first spiritual and then became more and more material, so that real
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    • only form in which the light that pointed towards the future came to
    • became anti-Socratic in his philosophy. With the advent of Socrates
    • the last third of the nineteenth century there came a terribly tragic
    • speaking, knows that there came for Nietzsche the tragic moment when,
    • show what Nietzsche's view became. He said to himself: There
    • the mood that came to its climax about the turn of the nineteenth
    • came to him out of the theory of evolution. In his scientific period
    • himself in what came from these thoughts about evolution he
    • ideas continued through tradition but came to an end in the last
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    • lapsing into untruthfulness, proof for the existence of God came into
    • there came, or will come, the new moral intuition. So, out of the
    • so it came about after the middle of the fifteenth century that human
    • itself to what was external. Natural science became increasingly pure
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    • we picture the moral evolution of man up to the time when it became
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    • experience became evident, at the beginning of the twentieth century,
    • so knowledge gradually became something to which people devoted
    • own special subject. In short, life in science became so objective
    • aversion to what came in this way. For naturally one could not have a
    • childhood became one with what their fathers and grandfathers had
    • the human being did not become conscious of the way in which it came
    • wonder that there came the corresponding echo and that it was
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    • with how thoughts came to humanity from spiritual realms. In Southern
    • were revealed, gradually came to a point where a theory was needed to
    • macrocosmic evolution? This problem became increasingly pressing in
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    • Have the older people an answer for this? And it became clear to the
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    • quite different from what it later became. But I only want to mention
    • period of his life that he became a strange kind of pantheist, how he
    • came the following millennia. It was still experienced up to a
    • whereas formerly, the older he became the more did the spiritual
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    • another age came in my book Occult Science. I have called it the old
    • less outwardly objective. What they saw gradually became only a
    • then came the epoch of the third post-Atlantean culture. One felt the
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    • the whole of Dante's great poem. Then came the time when
    • unconscious, and by which they unconsciously overcame what arose out
    • the dragon's power there also came — at the turn of the
    • dragon so as not to be injured, and who came into such rarefied air
    • into a living content of this world. The Christ Himself came down to
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    • transformation of the head from the animal form to the human form came
    • he became a living soul, but we read: God breathed the living breath
    • into man and he became a living soul. Here it is recognized that the
    • how the Old Testament came into existence, but I should like to point
    • they became conscious of that which works and lives in the human being
    • a secret with which man came very close to the truth. It was known
    • his sleep state only came into existence as an appendage to the human
    • head, while the animal came into existence side by side with it.
    • animal. The world conception of our modern civilization became
    • casting down of the Luciferic spirits, opposing Michael, man became
    • became flesh and dwelt among us. The Word united with the flesh and
    • and the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” It is, however,
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    • this in turn by the Moon evolution, out of which, finally came
    • bath, discovered that he became lighter, and he was so pleased about
    • Messenger came down to earth, visibly, as it were, revealing and
    • of God Who came down to the earth, the Christ, was at the same time
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha and what followed it. Greek thinking became of
    • philistines came and said: Well, these are your ideas concerning
    • gradually become just as ordered as the head wisdom became ordered
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    • became clearly discernible only in the sixteenth century. At that time
    • which then became the leading upper current: the nature necessity.
    • cast down by Michael came from above; and while these latter
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    • You see, at the beginning of the twentieth century it gradually became
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    • natural that one case, which came under his observation
    • nursing, and always came back to this definite experience. I
    • gone to sleep and became anaesthetized and paralyzed and, as
    • and because of external circumstances alone never became a
    • guests along the street when a cab came around the corner
    • She ran until she came to a bridge where she tried to throw
    • horses became frightened and ran away. The coachman could not
    • admitted at last that when she came to herself in her
    • Later, however, Jung came upon the fact that in many of the
    • again when you have failed. This man came to him for treatment.
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    • philological methods, how Dessoir came to attribute to me this
    • of darkness were below, so he came into an entirely different
    • atmosphere, and he became Nietzsche's unselfish spiritual
    • right moment, so that he never came consciously into dangerous
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    • are naturally not meant as if any one epoch of evolution sharply came
    • in a spiritual world.” Fewer and fewer became the human beings
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    • pupil, the pupil again became teacher, carried it over to his pupils,
    • give mankind that which came as revelation from outside, in contrast
    • there came to expression the mission of the Abrahamitic people: I get
    • be permuted in this. That had to work as if it came from outside, a
    • sacrifice, as related in the Bible. And as he came to sacrifice him,
    • themselves. This old clairvoyance was bound to faculties which came
    • atavistic relics of the earlier appear in all, and so it came about
    • That which came as an inheritance from other peoples had always to be
    • was thrust out in Esau, so were the old clairvoyant powers, which came
    • generation, so that finally the body which became the body of Jesus
    • body of the old Hebrew people came into consideration, where that was
    • prominent leaders of the old Hebrew people then came into contact with
    • the great teacher of ancient times, with Zarathas. He there became
    • towards Bethlehem. And as the time came, they followed the path which
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    • gradually became dull towards the spiritual world, so that he would
    • indeed first became earthly man through the Ego and its development.
    • world. This possibility disappeared more and more, and it became
    • soul forces became subject to the Kyrios, the Lord of the soul forces,
    • that they came to such a self-knowledge, which made possible what was
    • the etheric body became free for a moment. Through the baptism in the
    • beasts.... This body took up what came in from out of the macrocosm.
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    • twilight of the 4th Post-Atlantean epoch which came to an end
    • Augustine came to acquire that Certainty, the true Certainty
    • for human beings, (as it became later in the 5th epoch), that
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • it became Earth was Old Moon, and in many of the phenomena
    • swing of the pendulum which came about with the Mysteries of
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer it wasted
    • extraordinary to see to what things Auguste Comte really came
    • came to, when he took those three stages into his soul; —
    • over all the “clothing” of Christianity, as it came
    • he came at first to all kinds of abstract thoughts in the
    • same time. Then came a time in Schelling's life in which it
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    • sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha; and man had to take the
    • Cosmos! There was the human Hierarchy, and then came the Divine
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha, and that was then no longer
    • remained. Then came the time of the first epoch after
    • came abstract concepts. And so came the centuries where, in
    • copy in the human ordering, became theocratic; the application
    • came to command and the other to obey. Abstractions appeared in
    • then came the modern age. This newer age brought disbelief in
    • gradually turned from him because he himself became altogether
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    • In the middle of Lemuria there came about for the first time what we
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    • endures even to-day. It has to do with the fact that men then became
    • Thus it came about that a phase of human evolution now set in which we
    • Orpheus, Hercules and others became the founders of this Greek
    • noted. He came to the land of the Cyclops and overcame their one-eyed
    • the acquaintance of the dead heroes of Troy. Then he came under the
    • and thus saved himself; we are told how he then came to a place
    • were the men of the early Lemurian time. Odysseus came to know these
    • passions became so distorted under the influence of the forces of
    • Now we go on to a point when, after the Atlantean flood, men became
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    • Greece and Rome, became the fourth sub-race. It is the one in which
    • came to our fifth sub-race as a tradition, after the beginning of the
    • initiations were in existence. These were maintained until it became
    • Mysteries, and through this prediction arose what later became the
    • of the fifth race and hence by Siegfried. He came into possession of
    • came into possession of the Nibelung treasure and had been a great
    • Siegfried became the initiator of this culture of suspense. It is
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    • manas, and man became his own master and turned consciously towards or
    • previously an initiate, he became one only as a result of the
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    • was Saturn, then it became Sun, then Moon, and the earth. In time it
    • itself from the air, our present kind of perception came about. Man
    • measurements for the harmony of the human body. When we came to
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    • wrong to assert that such a Gothic cathedral simply came to be out of
    • rain storms came; gradually the people accustomed themselves to an
    • take on their present contours, the air became free of water. This
    • solid, the mineral, was added. The outer sheath became firm;
    • accordingly and gradually all beings became denser and firmer.
    • Moon, and finally, on Earth he became a being of flesh.
    • Moon, and as a result the Moon became a dense mass with all its
    • which took with it the worst substances. Thereby it became possible
    • After its last change it came back to its first condition. The human
    • the first bodily condition arose again, when the human being came
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    • considered various conditions that a man experienced before he became
    • first time on our earth. It is here that a man first became a being
    • consciousness that he came into relation with death. At the moment
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    • therefore, say that before our world came into being there already
    • came forth. But this wisdom, out of which spiritual beings formed our
    • the words which came from the Rishis were simply repeated as they
    • teachers. It also flowed in the words of Moses, and it came forth
    • with the appearance of the Christ upon earth. It then became so deep,
    • most part remained a secret of the new Mysteries. Then came a time
    • After the first ice had been broken in this way, the time came when
    • was precisely the understanding of it which came with such
    • the physical body in the centre became ever clearer and clearer,
    • spiritually it was lost to sight as its corporeal part became
    • which later became the mere names of physical planets — were
    • became ever more material, and the old names which once signified
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    • teaching which came from the holy Rishis, during the first
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    • similar task. Other beings became human on those other planets, and now
    • warmth which, towards the end of its evolution, became more and more
    • felt not only inner warmth, but also as if warmth came towards you
    • Spirit of Personality, became Egos, attained consciousness of self,
    • life. Thus it came about that when the life of Saturn had run its
    • What was it that actually came to life in this new Sun-condition? The
    • time light came forth. The interchange of conditions on the Sun was
    • eggs of warmth split in two, and regular forms came out of them,
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    • that the sun became a ball of gas, and that on the other side the gas
    • who came to meet them. Just as earlier, the fire elements of the
    • Those Beings who came out of spiritual space to meet the Archangels,
    • outwards, the Cherubim came to meet them, out of the Universal All.
    • later became the names, Bull, Lion, Eagle, Man.
    • sense. But as the Cherubim came into the vicinity of the Sun, their
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    • solar system came forth, out of ancient Saturn. One might even
    • came from the same region. But the Thrones, who are one grade lower
    • developed towards our present earth. Our earth came into being
    • any of this ancient Saturn came into Being, the plan of it had grown
    • pressure to bear upon it, until the ancient Sun became the size of a
    • globes came into being. One of the two took up the finer substances
    • and Beings and became a finer Sun, the second became a denser Moon.
    • came into play which is called in all Esotericism, and in all
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    • came during Pisces, which began 270 B.C. Add 2150 years and we get
    • the time came when men considered the order and regulation of the
    • We see that the Copernican system became different, simply because
    • in human bodies and became the teachers of mankind. These are Beings
    • Venus and of Mercury descended from above and became the teachers of
    • of Mercury or of Venus came down and wandered among men, so that they
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    • as it were, within his skin; and became a self-contained being, so
    • astronomical Venus first came down to the earth, to these helpless
    • Thus the Spirits of Personality came down to earth, as Spirits of
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    • are concerned, came into action on both sides. We have shown that, in
    • Now let us consider that point at which all those globes came to a
    • the life of the ancient Sun also came to an end. Its life consisted
    • have called that man the water-man. He became this especially,
    • age, came the third post-Atlantean period of civilisation. The first
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    • became a separate, visible, planet. Now someone might affirm that
    • evolution. Then came a time when, under the influence of the Zodiacal
    • detached, contracted, and became a smaller globe. Whilst this whole
    • time which I described was that the Saturn development came first,
    • process of Saturn came to an end with the Sun, so that when we look
    • cage, for the Crab; the heart, for the Lion; and thus they came to
    • that the Thrones became Thrones, only because from created beings
    • they themselves became Creators, that they were enabled to pass from
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    • Thus it is immensely important for us to know that these Beings came
    • Moon-development, they became the tempters, the seducers, of those
    • the Moon and became part of the followers of all that is connected
    • Their bodily sheaths became denser than they would otherwise have
    • behind, whom we call the Luciferic beings, came into touch with the
    • spiritual worlds, whereas you have descended. Other beings came down
    • Luciferic. These Beings became united to the human astral bodies
    • above, and also Archangels, came down from the spirit world,
    • he has descended into the world of the earth. And the Christ came
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    • stone — so the legend proceeds — became the vessel from
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    • Gradually it came about that the higher world withdrew from human
    • consciousness and the latter came to be limited to the physical
    • from what it became later. Man's clairvoyant vision was still open;
    • The spirit is hidden behind them. When conscience came to be a voice
    • leave with Moon. Therewith came into the evolution of Earth and of
    • came from within. The life of the soul in the physical world could
    • separation of the sun and moon from the earth came to pass, but also
    • had been mere form and figure, became filled with life. The coming of
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    • received, into her womb, as it were, everything that came over from
    • result of which that progress came to pass. We have first to consider
    • the ruler of the Sun spirits. Zeus lives in the influences which came
    • because of the gift of Zeus whereby she came to be covered as with a
    • teach. A great deal of oriental wisdom came over in this way.
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    • being. For this reason it came about that in every age a distinction
    • qualities to such a point of excellence that his body became not a
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    • ancient times knew that by sinking down into the soul they came to
    • who are all real beings, became visible. It was characteristic of
    • unity, became a living life through the Christ event. Formerly men
    • were led to the lower gods. But there came an age where the region
    • the historical Christ came into being, and then through the work of
    • inner being became a bulwark of strength against all attacks. It
    • became a new light within them, an inner, astral light. Historical
    • formerly was a god living in the outer world, became the mystical
    • and greater degree; Lucifer again became visible, and was once more
    • approached the earth from two different sides; Lucifer became
    • human soul, became the planetary spirit of the earth, growing more
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    • not always possible, but became so in the course of time. The
    • different from what they became during the Chaldean-Egyptian epoch.
    • this transposition, as it were — only became possible because
    • became one with it; and man learned to make increasing use of the
    • body gradually became exhausted. That which he had brought with him
    • gradually the physical part came to be all that was perceptible. Man
    • came to perceive light as a fluid pouring into his Organisation from
    • series of the elements the Indians came to an element in which at
    • world became transparent. They felt that man had lost this old sight
    • the people knew that that which came from those places where
    • fact that that which came from the oracles certainly aroused
    • away, and brought up in another place, but he came to know the
    • became a leaven in the whole of evolution. For the deed of Palestine
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    • was not possible for them to do. It therefore came to pass that these
    • which actually came to pass at an earlier epoch would have come to
    • remained behind. They came to man when he was still unripe for such
    • spheres. Thus these Luciferic beings came to the astral body of man,
    • earth came to man, and which on the one hand brought him freedom and
    • on the other the possibility of evil, came from within, from
    • and the present cultural epochs; in the Graeco-Latin period came the
    • such an integral part of Astro-physics. It came to pass also that
    • like a sword out of a scabbard. In this experience he became aware of
    • the God Indra came to Bharavadscha and said to him: ‘Thou hast
    • old Persian, the Chaldaic-Egyptian and the Graeco-Latin epochs came
    • came down, which in contradistinction to the physical may be
    • taken by the Egyptians came in contact. The Greeks were right when
    • which came to them from the Chaldeans. But when they spoke of Osiris
    • direct cognition, became shadowy and dim; its deeper essence came to
    • was not identical though similar. Then came the epoch which was to
    • took place; something which had hitherto lived only in time became
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    • came in, that is to say in the time element, the seven planets were
    • did not descend to earth by the path of time. The Christ came to the
    • Mazdao came nearer and nearer until He descended and became Man. Here
    • them in time. Through Christ there came the love of soul to soul, so
    • came into the world to sit down even with publicans and sinners. He
    • came in order to take up that which would otherwise have had to be
    • which came out of evil. Hence, Judas, who had been cast out from
    • Pilate, could be admitted where the Christ was working. He Who came
    • came into our whole earth evolution. It is possible to elucidate the
    • find the Christ stripped of all that He became on the earth or in its
    • accomplished by the creation of Mystery wisdom. Those men who came
    • who had experienced all this, became a Christian.
    • lived in Gautama Buddha became a Christian. Whether this be a matter
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    • of the past, became theology, and thus we find theology running
    • between the lines. Then came his successors who no longer realized
    • the product of a long evolution. Its first germinal potentiality came
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    • we also see why the differentiation of sounds came into being. It is
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    • property of a true science. We have learned that up above there came
    • That is the way the human heart came into being. When we
    • the vertical in man, the group ego became an individual ego.
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    • physical body became a symmetrical structure.
    • of man before he became outwardly perceptible on the physical plane
    • of visualization, let us ask ourselves which of these came into being
    • came to him? This question can be answered by observing the child,
    • The next question is how it came about that at one time
    • came into being at the point of contact. A straight line drawn
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    • the spirit. Anyone still recognizing the spirit became at once a
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    • That it became the plaything of the sophists
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    • that occurred before the ego became a means of reflection. If
    • something came to meet them from the spiritual side.
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    • his doctrine of the soul came to a halt because he left the spirit
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    • mineral world and became complicated. That is, that it did not gather
    • new energies but merely became more and more complicated in the plant
    • and animal worlds, until finally it became so complicated that it
    • Now we're in a pretty predicament. This truth, being
    • that a man became more of a human being after having cast off all
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    • non-agreement with the world of perception, and we came to realize
    • dream. A couple had a son who suddenly became ill and in spite of all
    • really said that. Instead, there simply came about a contact in the
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    • came that great moment in evolution when the immortal, imperishable
    • came the Atlantean race and the Atlantean race was followed by our own
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    • came the time when the sun separated from the earth, when its light
    • withdrawn from the earth and inner darkness came upon man. This was
    • moment came when the outer light was weakest, when the outer sun was
    • that this disc represented the earth. The illumined disc became darker
    • black earth-disc, a violet-reddish orb gradually became visible, on
    • When Christianity came into being it bore this Ideal within it. Man
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    • the Christmas Tree became a symbol of the thoughts and feelings which
    • away more and more as time went by. The age came when men could no
    • time on will be understood in ever greater measure. And so it came
    • the dim inkling that as a being of soul-and-spirit, before he became
    • it and became one of the two Jesus children — the Child described in
    • days and became the festival of the birth of Jesus? To understand this
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    • Christ came into the world at a time when the wisdom capable of
    • something through which alone they became truly man. The purpose of
    • peoples from the North, the concept of Jesus came to the fore. In the
    • came down from Scandinavia, from the North of present-day Russia,
    • world as became the dignity of man, was sexual union permissible. The
    • In the ancient cult of the Wanen it became known in
    • Nertus became an entirely feminine principle. Just as the Archangel
    • and therefore became Ahrimanic. When the experience that had arisen in
    • became Ahrimanic. This meant that the union of the woman with the
    • diabolic, later became the Walpurgis Night; it is connected with the
    • Then came the time when this ancient knowledge fell more and more into
    • own inner experiences. From the warm countries came the impulse which
    • What had once been general in the colder regions, here became
    • elk, families came together in their snowcovered huts and under their
    • no longer possessed the ancient knowledge, when the tidings came that
    • of the old feeling came alive in them.
    • "And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from
    • And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the
    • tidings of peace on earth to men of good-will, humanity came to shout
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    • Here we have an indication of two ways in which higher knowledge came
    • heart possessed a certain power of clairvoyance which came over them
    • that human life on earth became intelligible to them.
    • in such a pupil, he became one whose vision resembled that of the men
    • by something that came to meet it. And so the science and knowledge of
    • and then instinctive-imaginative perception became direct vision. And
    • What was it that came to the knowledge of the Magi? What kind of
    • home before they came down to the earth. The last echoing remains of
    • Whence came the Christ Being? He came from the world in which we
    • Christ became the ‘wise man of Nazareth’ — in the naturalistic sense.
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    • the Festival of the Three Kings, of the Magi who came from the East to
    • the middle of the race that Manas came down as a fertile seed into
    • the Lemurian epoch, Osiris came to his grave; Manas drew into human
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    • therefore quite natural that those who came into contact with
    • of love which came to replace the wisdom with which the Mystery of
    • instinct that the Tree of Paradise came to be associated as a symbol
    • came down to earth and united Himself with a human being in Jesus of
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    • ‘feeling of oneself as man’ arose for the first time from what came
    • alive that the Christ Who came into the world through the Child born
    • One. Wrapped for three years in the body of a Man, He came then into
    • boy was kept back, when, in the age of Lemuria, man came to the earth;
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    • vengeful beings, appeared to men. The time came, however, when the
    • and became one of the forces now within it. The alteration that has
    • on earth. Now, however, came something quite new — conscience.
    • there of observing it. It came as something quite new to them. In
    • Now, however, came an important turning-point for the Bodhisattva; it
    • now became necessary for him to make himself acquainted with all the
    • as a great directing force. This came about through the event which
    • Bodhisattva became Buddha, which means that he really rose a stage
    • then became Buddha, incarnate in this people? Why not in the
    • spiritual soul, becomes logical thinking. This music came forth from a
    • — of one who became a pupil in a very special way. How could
    • of what lived in the cosmos outside. It became necessary, however,
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    • came to visit them, of studying other children of all ages, even from
    • the time they came into the world.
    • came, and I was taken to see him. A feeling of profound and holy awe
    • came over me as I laid my hand on the handle of the door of the room
    • A theosophical visitor once came here, — one of those who think
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    • period, the age, in which humanity became conscious of this ego.
    • became an entirely different being from what he would have been if
    • caused him to descend more deeply into the three principles which came
    • degree of maturity able to make distinctions. But now there came the
    • Serpent.’ Through these, man himself became able to distinguish
    • had been guided and led by Divine Spiritual Beings, man thus became a
    • As a result of the luciferic influence man now became a being capable
    • of making distinctions; that is, he became a being who developed
    • things are it came in the age in which Christ Jesus Himself worked.
    • Thus through the Christ-Impulse the consciousness came to man that in
    • during incarnation after incarnation, came egotism, error and lying,
    • knowledge, but even that only came about slowly and gradually. Man did
    • the Golden Age came the so-called ‘Silver Age.’ Man was
    • Eastern philosophy calls this age, Treta-Yuga. Then came an Age which
    • the same time he became liable to err in judging between them, and
    • became more and more likely to bring on earth that which is known as
    • became ‘like to the Gods,’ but in return for this he
    • Kali-Yuga came upon them more and more, that time when men had to say
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    • re-appeared in the body which became the vehicle of Zarathustra. Thus
    • Before this impulse came, all that brought happiness to men, that gave
    • them bliss and made them feel ‘filled with the Divine,’ came
    • in his normal state he was not so conscious of his ego as he became
    • Spiritual life; he was no beggar in the spirit as he became when
    • obliged to endure suffering, for when it came to him, he could at once
    • themselves with what came to them in ecstasy and which the Greeks
    • Being became man in a physical human body, so it is also true that at
    • the time of the Incarnation, came to an end at the close of the 19th
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    • the like. There he found that from which the soul itself came forth:
    • Woman? This cause came about because, when the unity became a duality,
    • soul. That world which during Kali-Yuga became physical was then open
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    • to that past! Thanks for the gifts which in the past became our human
    • of our age, and of its psychic life. Man's conscience came into being;
    • For instance, it became clairvoyant when it was to see what it had
    • Orestes became clairvoyant after the murder of his mother. He then saw
    • soul was in a clairvoyant condition and could see what came about in
    • gradually came into being during the last five hundred years before
    • and spiritual form, came to the earth with Christ, appearing in its
    • came into being through the mutual inter-permeation of the
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    • What we are carrying on as the Theosophical movement came into the
    • the Flood, came that impulse that we may describe as the inflow of
    • Holy Rishis. Then came that other stream of Spiritual life that flowed
    • find another stream of like nature in that which came to the old
    • As our own age, our nineteenth century drew near, the time came when
    • the higher regions, but a God who became individual man.’ Now I
    • Myth, Paul pictures a Christ who really became man. But the
    • really became man, although, according to him Christ never existed as
    • will come for Shakespeare, just as it came for Honker, so will it come
    • Through that alone Christianity really came into being, and through
    • there. This movement came into being in response to a necessity which
    • of development and that something approximate to conscience came into
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    • occultism such stress is laid upon understanding how Christ came to
    • when someone is born in a particular place we can say that he became
    • words, “He became young in the Land of the Mists.” Why
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    • birth the conditions prevailing during that period came very clearly
    • came down to earth to a new incarnation you yourself were in those
    • possible? It became possible through a religion in which there was no
    • become fit to receive forces from the sphere where Christ came to the
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    • particular passage became fully clear only during recent occult
    • investigations when the facts described came powerfully to me. It is
    • Who came down and through the Mystery of Golgotha has become the
    • recognize him as he was before he became Lucifer, when he was still a
    • the actual Buddha, the one who lived as Gautama? He became for
    • clearer it became. I am no longer astonished at the legend that
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    • still living in them. But the Christ Spirit came down from the Sun,
    • former karma that must be harmonized in the cosmos came to me in an
    • same, came vividly before my soul. For example, if in life one was in
    • alone with this figure it became alive, rose up and walked about.
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    • preferred by the Estonians came first when the fire was still burning
    • came upon the immutability of the connections after death. Here, in a
    • his studio, the figure “Night” became endowed with life,
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    • bodhisattva to that of Buddha. This means that he became a Buddha and
    • the Greeks as fearfully warlike. This mission of Mars came to an end
    • in the seventeenth century. Another impulse became necessary and the
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    • point he came to a standstill. I once explained what happened to
    • Mars sphere between death and rebirth, he came into contact with
    • beginning of the seventeenth century the Buddha became the redeemer,
    • delicate, wonderful figures of Christianity in his paintings came
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    • arise out of its own folk-substance. It came from the East. Something
    • Recently I came to know an individuality who died an early death. My
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    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • would expect from somebody who came along with ideas such as those I
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    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • to Voluntarism, while he came under the mental constellation of
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    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • would expect from somebody who came along with ideas such as those I
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    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • to Voluntarism, while he came under the mental constellation of
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    • appears as if it went out of itself and became wider and wider. What,
    • time, then they came to completion and an opposition arose. If you
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    • the fact that wisdom drew away and no longer guided, man became
    • unconnected with love. Then Lucifer came and implanted human wisdom
    • became enthusiasm and love itself. Had only wisdom exercised its
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    • in the eye with a kind of camera obscura, in the ear with a very
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    • east. Then the great Flood came and after that colonies were
    • grew. Devachan became darker. People chose to claim the earth
    • more skilled they became on earth, the more unskilled they were
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    • borne fruit. Then, however, came the change which at first interested
    • this trouble came upon him, and had he not met with this blow we may
    • consequences for him. He rose by doing so, and became more perfect,
    • results came about because there were despotic rulers who only wanted
    • mineral kingdom became separated in the course of the earth's
    • earlier and what came to pass later — but this is also a
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    • has preserved some of the old conceptions which came to them as
    • evolution. When the ancient Moon evolution came to an end, man was at
    • special way. When the old Moon development came to an end, everything
    • dawn, the new cosmos of our Earth evolution came forth. In it was
    • Sun and Moon from the Earth really came about in order that during the
    • The human organisation became grosser and grosser. Man did not,
    • lived alternately within and without the physical body came at length
    • came about that the spiritual and soul part of many of our human
    • Then came the exit of the Moon which made it possible for the human
    • to and during the Atlantean Epoch — came down again and entered
    • came about that side by side with those organisations which were able
    • Group-Souls of the animals. Thus the human soul came into
    • organisations have appeared on the earth. They came down through us.
    • During the Earth evolution there came for the first time something we
    • came the possibility of freedom. Had they not taken us away from the
    • could not share our heavenly fate. And when we came back to the earth
    • not. Thereby it became possible for us to lead a life in a physical
    • we ourselves came to our perfection. We should not have got rid of the
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    • beckon, and then in came the flies! Surely the explanation which
    • events which came into human life in former times, and how they
    • whence came this tendency to lying? — for in that tendency the
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    • these opposing views came before me in various forms. The opportunity
    • for this came to all who followed the progress of the ‘nihilistic
    • kinds of observations he came to the conclusion that fundamentally
    • forces came out of the organism, until after a time the fever subsided
    • and self-healing came about.
    • real individuality of man who became more subject to what we may call
    • external world of the senses came through this influence of Lucifer,
    • principle, and so it came about that in his first incarnation on earth
    • principle, became an integral part of his karma.
    • influence which came later opposed the luciferic principle and
    • maya. Thus the ahrimanic influence which came into the external world
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    • microbes, just as it was formerly said that they came from God, the
    • illnesses came from God; in the fifteenth it was said that they came
    • from the devil; later it was said that illnesses came from the
    • which, during the course of several centuries, came to mankind as a
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    • incarnation it became internal, and made its appearance within. Thus,
    • were Moon beings we had not yet an Ego. The Ego became united with man
    • light of the Ego. When man became earth-man, this consciousness was
    • fully take its place? This became possible because through man's
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    • there came about the relation of the four elements constituting man
    • then became, and they have carried over with them what they acquired
    • ahrimanic influence, the Angels became entangled in the Moon
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    • that the external life became ever more pleasant and healthy, in the
    • the luciferic influence man became more material. Had this influence
    • higher spheres of existence. Thus there came about a far stronger
    • a nature that we became closely united with matter, thereby effacing
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    • it came about that certain physicists saw in matter certain entities
    • inherited without any knowledge whence they came. Just as today the
    • astronomers do not know that the theory of Kant and Laplace came from
    • came these real valuable remedies. Causes of illness, which are
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    • created a new culture, which then in various indirect ways became
    • that what was to flow into evolution through Greece became at the same
    • the consciousness of the Elohim. This only became possible upon the
    • himself to the heels of Lucifer. That which came about in the course
    • powers. And when they themselves believed in it, they became filled
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    • inwardly quite disturbed and puzzled. It came about in the following
    • One day, however, Capesius came across some literature
    • mechanistic conception of the universe. In other words, Capesius came
    • one or two; in this way the substances of earth came about.”
    • became the argument, with ever more complicated numerical
    • them. More and more complicated became the structures that Father
    • now after she had twirled her thumbs for a short time, there came a
    • became somewhat visionary, and the visions that came to them might
    • warmth with it as it came down and sank into the hearts and souls of
    • around the mountain, as though crawling out of the earth, there came
    • when they came to themselves, they found that now they were divided
    • They became capable, hard working people, good farmers,
    • figure that came from above out of the clouds is the luciferic force,
    • and the figures that came from outside like besiegers are the
    • ahrimanic beings....” and so on; Felix's explanations became
    • When he later came to Benedictus, Benedictus noticed
    • meditation. Now he came to Benedictus, who perceived that the forces
    • own soul. Later, the one language became many. As we know, everything
    • became clear: in every threefoldness there are two polarities, which
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    • and came face to face with the real facts of life, of which in that
    • son of King Sudhodana. He was Bodhisattva and became Buddha. The name
    • incarnations, became Bodhisattva, and then ascended to the next
    • this saying John the Baptist became a forerunner of the
    • time only came to be understood later on, and the fact that Raphael’s
    • account, but also those forces which came from his father. The third
    • influence on his life, came the impulses which he had not known
    • ourselves of this at any time. When to-day I came here by train I
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    • pre-Christian development was like. In the beginning man came forth
    • lofty spiritual civilisation which came from the holy Rishis, will
    • became a Roman Catholic (which he did in order according to his
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    • information of the past deeds for which the heroes became famous, but
    • Rome, however, became great in quite another sphere, one in which the
    • Latin as a language and thus came to Latinize its thinking. With the
    • came when Rome could no longer understand what she had received, and
    • when Greece came to life again in Rome, especially through Raphael and
    • imaginations, Rome formed a definite concept that first came to life
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    • bodies that still came to birth would have been degenerate. Egoless
    • in the beginning, and even though it became manifest only later, the
    • actually came about. These opposing forces are always such that they
    • as it did of the Greeks, it then became necessary for men to develop
    • back, and it came to work in our fifth post-Atlantean age as luciferic
    • disturbance that came into the evolution of modern man through the
    • influence came from America to Europe, and another came to permeate
    • opening up of America and you will see what temptations came from that
    • Owing to the national impulse, a gradual change came about in the
    • written with all the learning of the nineteenth century. Then came
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    • following for the teachings that came from them. Like a single central
    • through atavistic clairvoyance, in actual fact became man, so the
    • So, on one side, what came from the inspirer of Genghis Khan entered
    • movement later became anthroposophical — the intention was that
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    • The special faculties that came to the fore in Copernicus, Galileo and
    • conception belonged to the Middle Ages. Then came the Copernican. We
    • came over man in earlier ages somewhat in the way in which the desire
    • them after they had undergone a certain severe moral test. First came
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    • Then came the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, which has definite tasks in
    • came from atavistic clairvoyance. Men did not see the pure phenomenon,
    • worldly power, to a pupil who then became known in history as Genghis
    • post-Atlantean epoch. So, in the cultural impulses that came over from
    • China there came from Europe a Venetian, Marco Polo. At the court of
    • and regular progress, but it became ahrimanic by being made
    • thought in the East is directed to how death is overcome by what came
    • came to pass in old Atlantis. In the middle period of Atlantean
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    • in which the Golden King became the representative of wisdom. Since spiritual
    • experienced it in his own soul, as it were, since it always again came
    • the human soul, he repeatedly overcame the temptation that showed
    • itself to him. The initiate thus became conscious of it and sought to
    • on the rack, their consciousness became clouded. He knew: the images
    • torture to speak in the way described. Thus it came about that Philip
    • physical earthly world into spiritual activity. What now came from the
    • — this was always given. The fact that ultimately people came to
    • When thus the first creation came to naught,
    • Once more it came to pass, that in his ploughing
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    • from Rome, became the opponent of the Pope because he refused to annul
    • the marriage. Henry became the opponent of the Pope, of the Catholic
    • English spiritual culture became ever stronger, first in the West and
    • circumstances many of them became victims of the avarice, the gold
    • spiritual heights is exposed came to expression on the rack. So it
    • came to pass as Philip the Fair had foreseen; in his own way he had a
    • described. It came to pass that a great number of Knights admitted, in
    • reached reality. They came to reality precisely by the fact that in
    • certain part of the grain for seed. I only became a farmer this year,
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    • referring became authoritative, we find in the regions of civilized
    • directed by the leaders whom these men had. Later there came into
    • came down in very ancient times who brought a form of civilization to
    • what kind of men these were who came down upon those earlier human
    • reason, without intelligence. Those who came down amongst them also
    • time it came over to Greece. Its influence is still to be traced in
    • civilization the influence became weakened, the leaders lost their
    • for at least they knew that it came from the ancient Mysteries, was
    • him came everything which had a real living impulse in political and
    • pretty clearly. And when our modern Spiritual life became entirely the
    • came together and borrowed the Wisdom from the conquered and enslaved
    • still active in our life of Rights, only came by the side-channel of
    • passage through the Roman world? It became that great System of Law
    • became “natural law”. Goethe wanted to grasp the pure
    • characteristic in expression is that which came from the North to the
    • old Feudalism which came forth from the Spirit. The life permeated
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    • refer to an experience which came to me through a kind of spiritual
    • compare one thing with another. In this way a comparison came to me
    • came to pass in the last third of the nineteenth century, the event
    • the inheritance of the incarnated Lucifer. Then came the Mystery of
    • immediate employer. When later a new abbot came, a sharp resolute man,
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    • Socrates a great age came in for Mankind, an age which reached its
    • which later became the Chinese. Within the early Chinese civilization
    • contradictions came the slide downwards. Finally, what is the outcome
    • why they came into being, that is, we must know their real purpose.
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    • life of thought which thus became strengthened, so now it is a matter
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    • when he came down from the spiritual worlds he carried with him into
    • Anthroposophy did not come to found sects or new religions. It came to
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    • is not to be found among those that became possible in the animal
    • where the minerals, plants, and animals live: in what became the
    • Now the earth came into being, and with it, man; and it was intended
    • which came into being as earth-nature, as a new cosmic body — the
    • And now consider what man encountered on the earth, as he came into
    • the inner being, the struggle became in a sense — expressed by an
    • head alone became seeing. The head alone, however, develops only
    • fortress; Michael, who then became the fighter of the Dragon in man,
    • war between Michael and the Dragon became ever more an inner struggle.
    • But in the last third of the 19th Century the Michael image became so
    • rising to the Michael image came to depend upon his good-will, so to
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    • astonished at what came to light: he was amazed at sequences he had
    • this?” And the answer came, “Spirits.” He had to write
    • But in any case, all sorts of things came to light that were summed
    • knowledge that came into being in the pastoral life of primitive
    • became enlightened in the same way. — Doubtless many a modern college
    • circulation that he willed. — Then came the time when human
    • thinking moved higher up toward the head and became purer, like the
    • time when primordial wisdom held sway on earth: they gradually became
    • or cognition came about — even though his spiritual nature had
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    • interior of the earth through the blanket of snow that became
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    • then came to his notice. In this
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    • it became necessary for these primeval Teachers of humanity to leave
    • humanity there came about a regulating of the influences of the
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    • you did not often see, because in this pension they continually came
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    • and from thence much penetrated into what became the Greek and Roman
    • perception he became slightly unconscious. He would never be able to
    • periphery of the cosmos as if they came from everywhere. One notices
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    • came afterwards, this hardened state through circumstances which
    • therefore, say that these rocks of the primeval mountains came out of
    • a usual phenomenon which came into this albuminous atmosphere, pushed
    • Then the peculiar configuration came about that the
    • forms and thereby they became somewhat harder, somewhat denser. Then
    • rock. This limestone rock certainly came to the earth later but it
    • came in the same way as the silica out of the cosmos on to the earth.
    • became transformed. As the metals were now within the earth the whole
    • atmosphere changed also. It became a different atmosphere, much less
    • became transformed.
    • For this common humanity came down from the cosmos with the ether
    • It came to the earth, went away to the other
    • planets, and came back again in the Atlantean epoch. This went on
    • much finer, more psychic nature. Then humanity came down again. You
    • from him, and which then became the other kingdoms of nature. They
    • creatures of that early time, when as coagulated albumen they came
    • differentiated itself and then became physical.
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    • condensed everything. The chalk became denser, etc. We human beings
    • Thus the great world, the macrocosmic Mystery became the
    • became green and then passed away. All this was perceived by man as
    • cosmic Word became the cosmic Thought, and the plants living in the
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    • macrocosm came to expression through the Sun in this colossal head.
    • wholly under the influence of these rays. And the feeling came to him
    • Then came a time when each pupil was taken by himself
    • the pupils became intensified. So that the pupil, through the
    • covering the sun. Then came forth as if out of a musical-harmonic
    • Power which came to meet him in the form of this statue, and which
    • he experienced that which now came from the mouth of the priest and
    • pupil alone, a second Initiator came after a little time. This one
    • Thus the pupil, on the threshold of knowledge came near to the
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    • came over him more and more the oftener he allowed these things to
    • cannot say that the consciousness was dulled, but the pupil became
    • Then something quite extraordinary came to him —
    • times, and because he felt his ego multiplied twelve times there came
    • an intense pain, according to whether that which came to him out of
    • gone through this experience there came to him the experience that
    • recapitulation as if something came to meet him, as if from all sides
    • out of the spaces the Hierarchies came to meet him, as if other
    • experiences also came to meet him. He felt also that which lay still
    • Then came the vision through that which he further
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    • tract, or in the sensation of feeling, etc., when he thus became
    • centre, as if the air in him became condensed, so that, if we would
    • did this, if he actually came into the dream-condition of which he
    • nature-existence as Summer landscape, if he came into this condition,
    • over in Palestine, the wonderful events came to pass which we
    • surroundings, while these wonderful events came to pass in Palestine,
    • Mysteries. And that which came to pass in actual fact in Palestine,
    • the island of Hibernia, while the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass
    • which in a roundabout way came from the East through Greece and Rome.
    • stream which came over from the West, from Hibernia, which as a last
    • over-shadowed that which came from the spiritual exaltation of men,
    • upper hand over the wonderful imaginative pictures which came over
    • one might say, naturally came to this, that things were no longer
    • wisdom which came over from Hibernia was no longer grasped in its
    • reality. And the art which came from Hibernia could no longer be felt
    • Thus a time came when in a certain sense, a veil of
    • Then there came about
    • Valentine Andreae, who became later an orthodox pastor, and wrote
    • became the oily pastor, Valentine Andreae.
    • became feebler and distorted. Fine poetry, grand poetry became such
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    • and 9th to the 15th and 16th centuries such personalities became
    • figure, perceptible physically; this became for a time the necessary
    • true Mysteries of Eleusis became living and handed to the female
    • which, as it were, came forward to meet the heavenly metal-element in
    • Now there came a very important turning-point, which is
    • science, the natural science of Eleusis, which came by way of Plato
    • through him and in other ways they came through Greece and Rome and
    • That which came about in the way I described in the last
    • over into the Jewish and Arabian schools. From thence it came across
    • wisdom which came, but in infinite dilution, through Africa into
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    • just through the ideas that filled him he became that personality
    • illumination; flowers became to him the announcers of cosmic secrets
    • metallity. He came into another condition of consciousness and
    • thyself as part of that.” Through this feeling he came
    • Actually the metals which are today in the earth came
    • out of the cosmos in an airy form, and only gradually became fluidic
    • during the ancient Moon-period. They came over in airy form when the
    • during the Moon-period, and then they became subdued by the earth and
    • sought the causes for these things in the influences which came from
    • permeated with what came through such a power of feeling, he
    • science. Then in a weakened diluted form it later came across over
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    • consciousness of the deeper spirits there came an impulse received
    • which they came, one sees that in the older Greek Art, copies were
    • something which came from himself. He felt his expiration as an organ
    • the smoke came from outside to the expiration of breath. These
    • breath was clothed. Through the words which came out of the heart the
    • Kabiri, who came to him in the sacrificial smoke. There was a living
    • of speech, he finally came to that stage of inner experience in which
    • gradually came to speak of that which lies between the environment
    • and then came a middle epoch, which passed away in the first
    • centuries came the great transformation, when man dropped with his
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    • Then came the time which is so extremely important for the entire
    • Then there came a transitional epoch (when I hold the
    • these things from their historical standpoint) now there came this
    • And so this transition time came, and after it came that which
    • Following that there came a transitional epoch; and then
    • came that period which possessed no real Temples, but still had, as
    • became the Faust of Goethe. But in contrast with what we meet
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • knowledge which came from their inner feeling, a cognition acquired
    • became endowed with the power of the sun, by so exposing it to the
    • phases of the moon it became endowed with the power of the moon. He
    • spiritual way, he came to the ether. If, however, he extended his
    • observation to Venus, he came to a spiritual world, a purely astral
    • conflict there came about catastrophes and crises. In that interval
    • Then came that epoch of which I have spoken to you, the
    • of Nature, then certain Spirits of Nature came around them and told
    • it often came to expression in a much grander, much more tragic way
    • when the Spirits of Nature came to them and told them about the
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    • has been shown for how Schelling actually came, completely
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    • good if this became a kind of inner principle for every physician,
    • became an inner principle so that the physician would coordinate his
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    • already became aware of how plants in a certain way develop a process
    • to the outer phenomenon that can illustrate what we came to know
    • became sufficiently evident to you, despite the fact that I had to
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    • the outlook of modern man. In the ages that really came to an end
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    • one-sided. And then something extremely remarkable came to pass.
    • life. Thus among the masses, intellectual and spiritual life came to
    • old political form, nor with the old form of culture. They came to
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    • truth enabled them to understand well what was said. Then came the
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture III: The Task and Limitations of of Democracy, Public and Criminal Law
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    • brings us in the last instance to the life of imagination. It became
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    • modern capitalism and modern technical science became a power,
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture V: The Cooperation of the Spiritual, Political and Economic Departments of Life
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    • that a unitary, free, spiritual life came into being centuries ago,
    • locality and these became his workmen. Then, since the leader was
    • those whom he had once led, and who afterwards became his servants or
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    • became even more prominent, precisely in the mutual intercourse of
    • lead ad absurdum; and the fact that this actually came to pass was
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    • took place instinctively: nobody knew exactly how it happened. It came
    • change. It came into the consciousness of men that something
    • Then came the third period, the period essentially of the State. It is
    • to the ideas of “Liberalism.” Now its evolution became
    • life of England became possible on the basis of her possession of
    • India: next it became possible for the whole economic activity to be
    • face to face with this situation. The antithesis became more and more
    • immediate, it became deeper and deeper: and we stood before this great
    • the days of peace. But, in place of a solution, there came the result
    • time when it became necessary to think in terms of Political Economy.
    • economic. I have often characterised how this came about. The
    • story of the ambassador of the King of France who once came to
    • attendant came out and told him, he simply would not believe his ears.
    • Forty-five years ago, I came into a certain family. They showed me a
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    • was to do more or less never became a pressing question, not at any
    • But in the course of time this became more and more different. As the
    • immediately religious and ethical impulses became less effective in
    • creating economic instincts, as they became more restricted to the
    • the one hand, and on the other those of Labour, became distinct from
    • World-Economy, it became more and more needful to be altruistic, to
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    • to barter). Then money came in. (As I said, I do not wish to make
    • “Tauschen” (barter) became
    • “täuschen” (illusion or deceit) and everything became
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    • how it came out in the extensive loans made by France to Russia and
    • this process the whole thing became not only impersonal but unnatural.
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    • came did the spiritual life begin to grow more and more unfree; and it
    • world-trade, in other words — became more and more comprehensive.
    • life, that England's national economy became the dominating one. From
    • influence of world-trade England became the leading economic power.
    • their standpoint they came to the conclusion that the intrinsic worth
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    • Yesterday we formulated a very important question which came to the
    • beings, economically speaking, became money. The slaves became money.
    • them. When this took place the slaves became money, so that for that
    • time, we may say, human beings became money. This is a perfectly
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    • grounds, their names came to them on account of what they knew. And
    • relation to all initiations that came after him, more lofty and more
    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
    • Sun a Divine-Spiritual Being; then came a second stage, when the
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • ancient wisdom were able to flow. A time came, however, when the
    • along with all that came from Rome, the true essence of the ancient
    • descended to Earth — that is the event that came to pass in the
    • and then through this kind of seeing they came to know Beings. We
    • have spoken of how Zarathustra came to a knowledge of Christ as a
    • sublime Sun Being. The initiates of old came to know also other
    • they knew that the Christ, Who came hither from the Sun, had also
    • became more and more estranged from the cosmic life. In the later
    • himself to a special study of the knowledge that came — not in
    • age, born again as a person in whom the forces that came from his
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    • came the time when mankind in the Western world had to go through the
    • have the life of elemental beings in my head.” Then came the
    • putting the body together. Truth is, it only seems as if man came
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    • sleep, where the Christ came forward as his Guide and led him in the
    • With this organ, man experiences every night how he came down as soul
    • had lived before they came down to Earth. In Greece, men began to
    • came through to him, or how it was with him when a God Himself
    • the Earth; he became initiated in Greece into the Chthonic Mysteries,
    • tulip, the same that came to expression here on Earth in the
    • his life was like before he came down to Earth, The initiate of the
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    • Golgotha that all this became changed for the further evolution
    • body here on Earth. As time went on, this consciousness became
    • darkened. In compensation, men became ‘clever’ — as
    • eat eggs, so too has he need to have received, before he came down
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    • the black disk; and from the direction of the black disk itself came
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    • of the family became [an] anthroposophist have become deeply
    • the Sun came down to Earth, — took on a body in the Man, Jesus
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    • grounds, their names came to them on account of what they knew. And
    • relation to all initiations that came after him, more lofty and more
    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
    • Sun a Divine-Spiritual Being; then came a second stage, when the
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • ancient wisdom were able to flow. A time came, however, when the
    • along with all that came from Rome, the true essence of the ancient
    • descended to Earth — that is the event that came to pass in the
    • and then through this kind of seeing they came to know Beings. We
    • have spoken of how Zarathustra came to a knowledge of Christ as a
    • sublime Sun Being. The initiates of old came to know also other
    • they knew that the Christ, Who came hither from the Sun, had also
    • became more and more estranged from the cosmic life. In the later
    • himself to a special study of the knowledge that came — not in
    • age, born again as a person in whom the forces that came from his
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    • came the time when mankind in the Western world had to go through the
    • have the life of elemental beings in my head.” Then came the
    • putting the body together. Truth is, it only seems as if man came
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    • sleep, where the Christ came forward as his Guide and led him in the
    • With this organ, man experiences every night how he came down as soul
    • had lived before they came down to Earth. In Greece, men began to
    • came through to him, or how it was with him when a God Himself
    • the Earth; he became initiated in Greece into the Chthonic Mysteries,
    • tulip, the same that came to expression here on Earth in the
    • his life was like before he came down to Earth, The initiate of the
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    • Golgotha that all this became changed for the further evolution
    • body here on Earth. As time went on, this consciousness became
    • darkened. In compensation, men became ‘clever’ — as
    • eat eggs, so too has he need to have received, before he came down
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    • the black disk; and from the direction of the black disk itself came
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    • of the family became [an] anthroposophist have become deeply
    • the Sun came down to Earth, — took on a body in the Man, Jesus
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • was a human being. When evening came, however, and one passed into
    • could look into the spiritual world. Instead, he became acclimated to
    • Following this came the period of the incarnations in
    • which human vision became more and more cut off from the spiritual
    • world, became more and more adjusted to the immediate outer world of
    • world were closed. Thereafter, human vision became so confined to the
    • beings became the most unspiritual and accordingly the most attached
    • of our era. Kali Yuga came to an end in the year 1899; now we must
    • He became the mate of the intellect, which is bound to the brain and
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    • especially under certain abnormal conditions. Even then, it came by
    • being became familiar with the spiritual world. He perceived there
    • concerning them. The old clairvoyance became darker and darker during
    • Then came the age we designate with an Oriental
    • spiritual worlds within the physical world. Christ thus became the
    • Kali Yuga came to an end only a few years ago; 1899 is
    • clairvoyantly in the atmosphere of the earth. Through this he became
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    • stream that came from Buddha and the one that arose from the Christ
    • Gautama Buddha came to knowledge through his
    • evil; this urge was originally good but became harmful through the
    • conception became a human event for Paul.
    • This is the purified I. Through Paul, the spiritual life became
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • the sun separated from our earth, how both became independent bodies
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    • When we came together here some time ago, we said
    • seemingly insignificant layman came to the locality where he preached
    • however, that rather than layman he became the preacher's —
    • This is still connected with that age in which Kali Yuga came to its
    • in him, when he became clairvoyant as though through grace and
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    • consciousness, and the time came when only on the basis of a long and
    • relationship to God with and in his own I. When this time came,
    • receive the Christ impulse directly into himself So it came to pass
    • of Abraham, after his initiation by Melchizedek, it became possible
    • preacher and could make powerful revelations. To him came the layman
    • became Tauler's teacher instead, however, after which Tauler was able
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    • became ever weaker in those souls.
    • of the physical senses. For this reason came the mighty prophecy of
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    • in 3101 BC, and then the time came when human beings began to
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    • blood that flowed on Golgotha became. This is important. If what has
    • earth, preceding events could be rightly understood by those who came
    • visible to physical eyes. Through what came to pass during those
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • as I pointed out yesterday. What came to light through the mediums
    • out of spiritism now. Through this, spiritism came into the sphere of
    • impulse that would lead them as souls beyond death. This became
    • so that other things came into consideration than the mere word, the
    • mere communication. What came into consideration? Let us take a
    • about the philosophy of Thales. Thales came from the
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    • provoked a sensation, a book that also came from the West bearing the
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    • laws how the mass of rock came to be loosened, how the man could have
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • airy, the warm or fiery. And so it came about that just as hitherto
    • they did not as yet take account. That came much later. It would,
    • that came naturally especially to the men of Middle and Eastern
    • alone the complete content of consciousness, that men came to form an
    • evolution further. And it came to pass in the following manner.
    • time it became an article of faith for professional physicists.
    • as the Fourth Hierarchy. And with this Fourth Hierarchy came
    • use but guarded and kept — with the Fourth Hierarchy came Life.
    • and suggestions, came Life.
    • moment of cosmic becoming, the forces that became active in the play
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    • entered into the evolution of time and became Man. What Nature cannot
    • it were far away from the Earth, became wholly given up to Nature and
    • until the pupil came into a mood of soul which may be indicated by
    • not hitherto noticed, came forth a boy of 10 or 11 years old. This
    • the result that the pupil came to understand Revelation, the
    • the Earth-depths. And now there came forth out of a wall an old man,
    • second conversation was different from what came from the first; for
    • the soul became filled with wisdom. The pupil of whom I have told you
    • later times this mysticism became abstract. The concrete union with
    • And so the idea came to
    • a deep cleft of the Earth, emerged like a kind of Fata Morgana, came
    • devotion and meditation. The force and power of which the soul became
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    • came for man, so far as his instinctive faculties were concerned, to
    • surface itself) which came to man in a more unconscious form.
    • intense mystical atmosphere of soul, it happened that a being came to
    • information that came by the help of mediumship they could not but
    • nature. Revelations came frequently to men from the spiritual world
    • could no longer see into the world out of which the secrets came to
    • brotherhood. And gradually they came more and more to feel how the
    • anxiety spread later over large circles of people, who came to have
    • revelation that afterwards came through Rosicrucianism, as I have
    • often described to you, came originally from this great Initiate and
    • whatever came into being of a truly spiritual nature, was an echo of
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    • that became customary in later Astronomy and is still customary
    • what he became on the Earth, because he found in Man the tool for his
    • concepts. Abstract concepts came later, and they are very far from
    • came later was due to the fact that Man had allowed to awaken within
    • anything with men who were Sun-born. When Sun-born man came to dwell
    • to his strong impulses in the direction of the physical, he became,
    • Lord of the Earth is not there, and it became necessary for the
    • conceptions. The Christ became, for these mediaeval men, the Spirit
    • the fifteenth century. Then came the tremendous change, which no one
    • eighteenth century such communications became impossible, but until
    • man from himself came afterwards the tendency to cling to the
    • intellect became external by comparing the way in which Aristotle
    • into cold water and thereby became estranged from himself for a
    • done it with enthusiasm, and then afterwards there came a time when
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    • became aware that at a certain place in Central Europe there existed
    • in the physical world, but in a spiritual way it became known to me
    • legs upwards, these four lines came to view in the human organism
    • force; the pupil became conscious that they do really exist. It
    • became clear to him that currents pass, like electro-magnetic
    • Thereby he gradually came to the point where the teacher was able to
    • evolution of the Earth through different metamorphoses became clear
    • knowledge and insight that came about in this way.
    • In the stream that came
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    • age of abstract knowledge came — when men became entirely
    • Then it came about
    • became perceptible that that which is discovered with modern abstract
    • states of consciousness its ideas came back in the form I explained
    • Then came the Greek
    • came out in the old Persian epoch; what they secreted in his
    • intellectual or mind-soul came out during the Grecian epoch. The
    • century and became strong in the twentieth — stronger and
    • wide circles into which they came. Moreover, with such knowledge,
    • feelings of soul, men came to regard the whole of this modern
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    • abstract knowledge came — when men were only dependent on the
    • So then it came about
    • became perceptible that that which is discovered with modern abstract
    • of consciousness its ideas came back in the form I explained here
    • Then came the Greek
    • sentient body, came out into the old Persian epoch; what they
    • secreted in his sentient soul, came out in the Egypto-Chaldean epoch;
    • what they secreted in his intellectual or mind-soul came out during
    • century and became strong in the twentieth — stronger and
    • circles into which they came. Moreover, with such knowledge, certain
    • soul, men came to regard the whole of this modern relationship to
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    • Gabriel was the guiding Spirit in the cultural epoch which came to an
    • gradually implanted into the reproductive system. Thus it came about
    • come down from above, it came up from below, it came from Lucifer. It
    • highly personal colouring they received from what came to them from
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    • them. Materialism became in many respects the fundamental impulse of
    • Being came towards them; they perceived Him in that world. They had to
    • it is truth that he became ‘Buddha’. We have followed his
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    • came to pass in the last third of the nineteenth century, the event
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    • one above the other. They became a ladder, reaching right up into the
    • night. And one son became the sun, the other son became the moon.
    • came into the alternation of sleeping and waking. Sunrise and
    • man was going along the road. He came to an inn, went in, and asked
    • man went further and came to a castle where the king was looking out
    • came the time when the bears were expected; he collected together all
    • bears came, ate up everything they found and were so well stuffed
    • lay helpless, the man came and finished them off. When the King
    • with them.” The man promised and when the time came, he
    • upwards, saying, “Your arrow came back, but mine will go up so
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    • felt driven to wander forth. He soon became hungry, but with his
    • and drunk well.” And so it went for a while. When the time came
    • suchlike; then he hid himself. The bears came along, ate and drank
    • the time came for the giants to appear, he took all manner of things
    • not return. So he said to the giants; “Your arrow came down
    • giant who had been chosen to kill him came and stabbed at his head,
    • until they came to a horse that was very weak and ill and that said:
    • fly, which had worked its way out, came to the help of the spider,
    • soon as he became king he had had to suffer from the persecutions of
    • castle. The little golden bird flew on in front and when they came to
    • became visible. Everything in the spiritual world was seen in some
    • the inner soul became active. Just as the eye and the ear connect
    • and came to a spot where three giants slept by a mighty fire. He took
    • He soon came to a river he could not cross. (All this time the
    • came and threw the trunk of a tree across the river so that he was
    • able to go on. Now he came to the king's palace, where he expected to
    • finger and went on. Then he came to a second room where the second
    • finger, which he took off and put on his own finger. Then he came to
    • pulled the thread and the first giant came along; but the moment that
    • But when they came to the border, the wife was torn away as if by an
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    • became a most important festival connected with the fundamental
    • repeated again and again through long, long years, now became a
    • became a memory, a festival in memory of the historic event on
    • consciousness of who the Christ was as a Being of the Sun, became lost
    • the Sun-existence and became aware, through his Initiation, of Christ
    • Space, became henceforward a vision in Time. That was the significance
    • time came when this picture of ancient times had to be blotted out in
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    • became more and more restricted to those relationships alone which
    • thirtieth year. So they became aware, ‘In my thirtieth year I
    • became a Sun man, that is to say, a free man. Until the thirtieth year
    • this Sun-birth became less clearly noticeable, certain exercises,
    • But humanity evolves. There came a time when the ancient knowledge of
    • earthly creatures. Here they represent medicaments and means of
    • Indeed the starting-point of Initiation was this: Man came to realise
    • But in thus looking inward he became aware of what had entered into
    • eye and ear and skin, etc. Of this he now became aware. Here it was
    • that he possessed his pre-earthly existence. Moreover it became clear
    • of the quartz before he came down to the Earth, or again what he had
    • lore recognition of what he had seen before he came down to earthly
    • Degree: he became aware that all talk of knowledge by mere earthly
    • the Gate of Death. One became aware what man is like when he has laid
    • But he learned something else besides when he became a Christophorus.
    • were the realities. It became fully clear to men: With all the forces
    • Mysteries ascended when they became Christophorus, descended
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    • forth from the Earth body and became a satellite as we say, or
    • before you came down to the Earth you had need of the forces which are
    • became one with the Moonlight. But through the Moonlight life of his
    • was the degree of Initiation whereby man became a Christ-Bearer, that
    • Moon is a bearer of Sunlight, so man became a bearer of the Christ, a
    • This initiation whereby a man became Christophoros was an absolutely
    • All this afterwards became a remembrance but it grew abstract —
    • was a sacred order in these things. As Autumn came near, mankind
    • Winter.” And as he came to another place where the Springtime
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    • him from Mars. And then came that which fills the limbs of man with
    • Individualities then came near what was still to be felt of these
    • And there came the moment when through the influence of the Mysteries
    • combinations, ac, ab, be, and so on. And suppose they never came to
    • of Ephesus were still most characteristic. But now another thing came
    • Christmas and New Year, the very time in which our misfortune came
    • the cosmic spaces. Just because this misfortune came upon us, when we
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    • came upon a curious troop of men, also bound for Lhassa, weeping,
    • of how the first symptoms of madness already became apparent on the
    • way to Lhassa, how the condition became more and more acute and
    • Before the baptism the idea came to the mother that misfortune would
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    • came to us from the realisation that what was astir in the inmost
    • because Christ came from that other world into this world in order
    • time, for if it became at all general, even in its most elementary
    • became terrible magicians, dread magicians!
    • these bodies became animal-like rather than human. Distorted forms
    • guided and what came to pass in the process of his guidance was
    • The purpose of the Mystery of Golgotha was that what came into the
    • spectral-analysis, for example, came on the scene, swept away the
    • Clairvaux: “It is God's Will!” These words became
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    • knowledge came to men through their atavistic clairvoyance.
    • the 19th century when a certain mistrust of thinking became
    • struck by the fate of different medicaments. A remedy is discovered
    • medicament — iodine — had become famous. But he could not
    • epoch that men came down again as souls from their sojourn in the
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    • by a physical body. Through this sheath-for-the-ego he became a citizen
    • movements, to the reciprocal action of sun and moon; and what came to
    • In other words, the snow cover became transparent for man's soul. Below
    • the folk concept became more and more definite; the human being more
    • more. Now the physical body became paramount. Everything has its deep
    • Romans this joy subsided. Everything became settled; men began to grasp
    • cultural epoch that man first became an earth citizen. The conception of
    • Then came
    • the Greek period when man no longer felt god-imbued, when he became
    • Man not only became an earth citizen in the Greek sense; today he is
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    • in all seriousness with the great question of art; became evident in
    • artistically the sensory-physical-earthly form to a point where it became
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    • which, the next moment, is gone. Once I became acquainted with a
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    • them; he had first to die. A living person became a corpse by dying.
    • the last few centuries became more and more enamored of abstractions,
    • came more and more to resemble them in their higher soul-life. Especially
    • the Greeks became sculptors. It is thus a spiritual sensing and
    • science are sisters who once upon a time became estranged, but who must
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    • that the divine could sink into him became an epic poet who wished not
    • the Northern poetic artist became a declamatory artist.
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    • year he became a splendid Eurythmist and developed a great
    • hundred and forty pupils; but these pupils came from the industrial
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    • morning came the violet had not slept all night, for she had spent
    • and became bluer and bluer all the time, and the little violet
    • moment a lamb came by and the little violet again felt she must ask
    • last it came about that after a time this teacher simply could not
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    • you have done this, begin to explain how the fire in the match came
    • about. The fire came about through the generation of warmth, and so
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    • down the nuts and stored them for the winter. And when they came to
    • be barbarous if an orthodox drawing teacher came and had this tree,
    • the first few years most of our scholars came from a factory (the
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    • “suggestion” came into the field of scientific discussion.
    • thoroughly. A man who had pricked his finger with an inky pen, came to
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    • reactions of attack and defence. If man in those primitive ages became
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    • helpful — aspects of human nature. Both of these young women came of
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    • death and came into the spiritual world, they would be insufficiently
    • kind. He would be waiting for a tram; but when the tram came, he
    • such a point that it became perfectly natural to him to have no
    • subjective intentions into deed. This came out in the son as an
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    • capacity as Public Prosecutor he naturally became familiar with a
    • genius came two incarnations ago and then, in the intermediate
    • he is in the predicament of having to mend his watch, which has
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    • old when he came. During the time of pregnancy the mother felt quite
    • developed when he came to us. The mother informs us that the father
    • the time when he came to us, the boy was in a weak state of health.
    • External tests all give a negative result. After he came, he showed
    • came about that the hydrocephalic condition disappeared. The head
    • became smaller — a clear sign that results can be achieved in
    • following. When he came to us the boy spoke English only. He has
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    • note of the tragic fact that just before I came here to give these
    • he came to us. He was born in August last year, and received from me
    • has died of a heart attack. The following became clear to me and I
    • all came about. There is really something impish about the way these
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    • the problem, he came up to me with great delight; but it must have
    • that took place during my visit. You saw how the boy came up to us
    • medicaments? The boy should have algae and belladonna. Therapeutical
    • body became stunted and cramped within itself. I must come to its
    • secretion. The medicament must enter the body in a centripetal
    • was brought to Rudolf Steiner, he became for the moment quite peaceful
    • a boy, is entirely normal. Then came, as fourth, the younger of our
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    • was speaking to you yesterday about the albinos, and I came to
    • is after all a simple matter. Dr. L. came to me and explained that
    • perceived. When I came to Weimar, I found in a little note-book —
    • appearance; Goethe became thenceforward the most fruitful of authors.
    • became Pope Gregory VII, and strongly influenced the direction given
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    • — that when some medicament or other is given to a child, it
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    • and spirit before we came down into our earthly existence. We
    • call a natural sequence it came to be regarded as a matter of
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    • illness and how to prepare a medicament.
    • in the Spring and then prepare it as a medicament, we shall be
    • we are preparing medicaments we must also learn to know what it
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    • life of soul-and-spirit before we came down into our earthly
    • sequence it came to be regarded as a matter of course that
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    • illness and how to prepare a medicament.
    • then prepare it as a medicament, we shall be able to work upon
    • medicaments we must also learn to know what it means if we pick
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    • This state of things came to an end more or less contemporaneously
    • it to-day. In its further development this imagery became permeated
    • with beauty. Religious ceremony became artistic. And later, when what
    • world-secrets themselves — was expressed in ideas, it became, at
    • initiation-science withdrew; for it became necessary for men to direct
    • self-consciousness. Initiation-science became as though dreamlike
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    • This state of things came to an end more or less contemporaneously
    • it to-day. In its further development this imagery became permeated
    • with beauty. Religious ceremony became artistic. And later, when what
    • world-secrets themselves — was expressed in ideas, it became, at
    • initiation-science withdrew; for it became necessary for men to direct
    • self-consciousness. Initiation-science became as though dreamlike
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    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • First came this Appeal to the German People and the Civilised World,
    • capitulation there came the capitulation of the spirit, —
    • Then came the World-Catastrophe. And what did it show? It
    • now came the World-Catastrophe and suddenly demonstrated
    • in every field, as men of modern times. And what came about
    • place of the old Rights, there came something that was a play
    • relations of master and servant, there came the economic
    • Germany? one got no answer to one's question. But answers came,
    • And then these became mixed up with purely economic concerns,
    • Dardanelles. And to this there then came in addition the
    • everything that came to light in these Fourteen Points —
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    • how the Christ-Being came down from the Sun to earth. When
    • came into being on these continents, but not without
    • India, where they became the founders and great teachers of
    • repetition of their capabilities, came to be at work in these
    • etheric bodies became active in them. In that sense they were
    • with Zarathustra's astral body, Hermes became the
    • who came from a poor Russian village and was later to become
    • — Nazarathos, who in turn became the teacher of Pythagoras.
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    • became the descendants of this ancestor in subsequent
    • etheric body came into being, his own etheric body was also
    • and all this became interwoven with all the other etheric
    • became possible not only that the etheric body but also that
    • being. Thus we see how it became possible in the course of
    • which Saul became Paul on the road to Damascus.
    • of Jesus of Nazareth that became interwoven with the astral
    • body they came to know that the Christ within them was the
    • became more oriented toward the astral body, and that is how
    • thing on earth, bread became for human beings the body of
    • Christ, and the sap flowing through plants and vines became
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    • world, and those whose vision was the most penetrating became
    • different from the egos of those who became the bearers of
    • etheric body of Zarathustra became active in him, and he had
    • woven into him germinated and, as we said earlier, became
    • Semitic people, it became necessary that a very exalted being
    • this young man became apparent very soon, and he rapidly
    • as Galileo. And then this very same person became, so to
    • His power into the aura of the earth; and when Paul became
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    • became individualized in every single being.
    • culture continued to develop was the area that later came to
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    • lower Mysteries because earlier presentiments became fact in
    • the astral body became manas, or spirit self —
    • he became Paul. What happened to him on his way to Damascus
    • the Mysteries. What came later is only an infiltration of
    • world, innumerable copies of His etheric and astral body came
    • is how it became possible for him to find in himself the
    • process came from Arabism, a truly intellectual science.
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    • was already in a state of decline, it also became necessary
    • waters, success came during the time when Atlantean culture
    • ships the circle defining the earth became rounded out so
    • became capable of yielding the material into which the Christ
    • particular image came into being: the image of the cross with
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    • became convinced of this truth in ancient times, the
    • on Mt. Sinai. He came down from spiritual heights in order to
    • Maitreya-Buddha came to pick it up. Only when the physical
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    • Both Saul, who became Paul, and Moses saw the Christ. Moses
    • became possible for human beings to find the way back into
    • life, and their souls came to be imbued with the certainty
    • Golgotha came to be a memorial symbol of life, of the
    • he became the individual who was able to proclaim to the
    • even today? They came into being when the human beings of the
    • physical plane and became a believer only through an occult
    • and the fervor that we so admire in Francis of Assisi came
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    • was coined for such a tribal ancestor, and Shem became a sort
    • etheric body and as if the aura became a mediator between
    • of Jesus of Nazareth came to work in him in a significant way
    • human beings became the heralds of Christianity by the very
    • them. But now things changed in that the ego became a
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    • from which it came.
    • maya, illusion. Then came the ages that issued a
    • epoch was that consciousness between death and rebirth became
    • came the feeling of deep darkness in the life between death
    • Then came the
    • Now came the
    • spiritual beings came to be reversed during the time between
    • in ancient India, but in the Persian culture, they became the
    • of Chaldaea and became the teacher of Pythagoras under the
    • that speaks of the Three Wise Men from the East who came to
    • of the world!” The Light of the World first came down
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    • Asia, and later he also became the teacher of esoteric
    • so that they became increasingly more capable and pure. What
    • it became possible to incorporate the seven more important
    • water, the etheric body that had been woven into him became
    • became fond of the earth. Let us envision once again the
    • spiritual world. Then, in ancient Greece the soul came to
    • Nazarathos, and he became the teacher of Pythagoras, who
    • East and became one of the disciples of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • descend too deeply into the physical realm. When Paul became
    • clairvoyant before he came to Damascus, he saw and knew who
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    • penetrates, and the Druid, as gradually through this activity he came
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    • well. But they came gradually to feel that the spirit had withdrawn
    • permeated by spirit became gradually clouded, but atavistic remains
    • they saw it with the eyes of the soul. But there came a time when they
    • pre-earthly existence, while external Nature surrounding them became
    • may put is so, became gradually de-spiritualized. While man still felt
    • crystals, to hill and dale, a mood came over him which can be traced
    • of man, arose. And at the same time when this mood came over man, his
    • with what came from the priests, the great comforters of mankind.
    • and it was only later that it became an actual liquid draught in
    • the Mysteries to their people who came to them for comfort, feeling
    • man's soul-condition came to include only dreamless sleep, dreaming
    • knowledge, was quite unknown to early humanity. Yet through it came
    • and the Heavens became, so to speak, dark, for the light, though
    • shining down physically from sun or stars, became impenetrable for
    • this old consciousness came into being.
    • take exception. Then he suddenly became befogged. Actually we ought to
    • say that the Saturn-forces became active in him, though people with an
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    • writing. He became — to use no worse a word — a medium, and
    • three days now became available for all mankind. What could previously
    • already reached a considerable age he suddenly became ill with some
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    • his breathing changed even as he observed. It became unloving, it was
    • his Sun-Initiation — he became able also to understand the forces
    • beneficially in the root-nature, expanded into giants, they became the
    • they came to the point of taking the plants themselves, and imitating
    • became indeed a redemption from the fear of death. In the Baldur
    • plants into medicaments. He knew that in so doing he did something for
    • combustion process into a medicament. From the way this worked within
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    • existence when he came home after a hard day's work; yet because she
    • recently died, he came to the conclusion that the soul of his father
    • was present, wanting something of him. Our friend then came to consult
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    • Such an understanding became blunted in the fourth century, when
    • And then a man came to know through this Mystery initiation, that at
    • divine heights and taking on the form of man, He became able actually
    • pole, and this Easter pole became paralyzed. The Easter festival lost
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    • later became the Easter festival — in that period in which the
    • became paralyzed in the later Middle Ages and in modern times.”
    • sense-knowledge. But as it became more and more common to view the
    • revelation — that is, the super-sensible world — came to be
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    • on the form of myths and in fact became mythology.
    • But if those ancient people had been asked how they came to form such
    • to what came back to them. For through their dances, their singing,
    • came back again — of course not as rain, but as something which
    • “greening,” blooming and fruiting came toward them —
    • became thus plant-like, the consciousness of those people was
    • And when the St. John's festival was past and July and August came
    • everything became poetic — although it had been thoroughly
    • forms, so that man gradually came to have an interest in the human
    • the animalistic-racial element. But just as this feeling formerly came
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    • John's, the people became aware under this ancient Mystery-influence
    • which they came especially near to the divine-spiritual; a summer
    • When the summer came to an end and autumn approached, when the leaves
    • The tree leaves became mineralized; the seeds dried up and
    • express in our language today what man felt when autumn came, we
    • sultry, light-filled element, he felt what came up then in winter as a
    • that Jesus came into the world in a cave, thus hinting at something
    • animal forms. He overcame all this, separated it out, thrust it aside
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    • came to me, he went away again but he keeps on coming and I cannot get
    • is excessive; and if the physical body became too dry, men would have
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    • only a man who came to her on a carriage of lead. He turned to the
    • Then came a shepherd who said: ‘I am the Count of Ravensburg.’
    • He ordered the driver to drive faster. We came to a door and we could hear
    • came and how it had been possible for him to drive in company with that old
    • That is to say, he came back into his body. There you have the
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    • relationship with the super-sensible world, there also came about
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    • extremely distasteful if someone or other came along and tried to
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    • floated through his soul and only afterwards came the word-for-word
    • when given poetic form, became something like inner declamation.
    • Raphael’s works, the essence of metre became clear to him;
    • and this became an inner recitation. He no longer felt the form of
    • matured and changed as a poet. By the time he came to write
    • I haste, for sure I came from thence
    • they came, a niggling core of girls
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    • that spiritual life came into being, poetry, too, was not isolated.
    • Italy. A time came
    • as was still to be seen, came an understanding of Greek art He
    • the northern Iphigeneia as first conceived and what came
    • simply in high and low tones; it became a work where in quite a
    • whence ye came, dispatch to goe,
    • language became that of Austrian poetry. This soft humorous sound
    • Ahasver: Can anyone help me out of this predicament –
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    • came into being. Art originated at a time when science still formed
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    • Weimar, before he became
    • Greece everything became
    • storm came on before its time:
    • the bridge they came.
    • Which to their corses came again,
    • Slowly the sounds came back again,
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    • Fall in such a way that, to the extent that he became man forsaken
    • independence, especially in its preparatory stages, came about what
    • word and, before the word came into being, they diverted their
    • Grendel came creeping, accursed of
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    • everyone as it did Saul, who later became Paul, and as Saul had
    • persons to whom the apostles came had already received the
    • man, must be set the picture of the God full of pity who then became
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    • came as though by inspiration to the thought of repeated earth-lives. So
    • years, when he came to the idea of repeated earth-lives, he had
    • It is most interesting to see how Lessing came to the idea of
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    • died, a God overcame death — we will speak later concerning the
    • understand most nearly who it was that came into the world. Thus if
    • Temple. When we are told that this individuality came to Rome and met
    • year of Jesus of Nazareth the Christ came into the physical body,
    • we must say that before man became man in the earthly sense, there
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    • through these events, became possible, namely the inner
    • completely; but through the Christ-Event it became possible for a man
    • came to pass for the world's evolution through Christianity.
    • the flowing forth of that which came drop by drop into the spiritual
    • became necessary, on the ground of anthroposophical development, that
    • man who did not understand it, but who became so accustomed to this
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    • Christ-Impulse came. Let us therefore consider what we already know
    • which also came forth in an altered form, the astral body was
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    • ninety-fifth year, that he came to this utterance; only by then, in
    • came from any chance individual, would not have the power it had from
    • of the week Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was still
    • then came out with the other disciple, and they went towards the
    • lying there, but he did not go in. Then Simon Peter came, following
    • became convinced of the Resurrection through Christ having come to
    • Moon there came over that network of forces which in its true form
    • externally visible. Thus, as man came over out of the Saturn, Sun,
    • man became what he is on earth and otherwise would not have been —
    • only influence came from the Christ-Being.
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    • physical body, came under Luciferic influence and was changed.
    • Then came the
    • Mystery of Golgotha; it came as we have characterised it, and through
    • forces preponderate. It came to pass that one man, who was the bearer
    • sight it is apparent that the spiritual cell, the body which overcame
    • nothing else had intervened. But there came the Event of Golgotha, an
    • That which came into
    • been present on earth, through the death of a man, that which came to
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    • his thirtieth year became the bearer of the Christ. The essential
    • once been acquired by that Bodhisattva who became Gautama Buddha. We
    • the forces which Buddha had gained for himself came into the wider
    • following consequence came about.
    • When the body became permeated with certain substances, which in this
    • other body that is embalmed, it came to pass that after the burial
    • principle and the Greek principle. He knew that an Initiate became,
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    • the century. More and more men came to lose the knowledge of the way
    • theosophists of the eighteenth. What came over was certainly not
    • Theosophy was a pious hope of those who came to know something of the
    • traditions still prevailed. In the nineteenth century it even became
    • man gained a great benefit: he became a free being. But he also
    • One particular difference was that when they came down from spiritual
    • But the Divine element gradually became exhausted in the course of
    • there came to meet them a thought which certainly might be born from
    • intuitive perceptions, and from this source came the need to turn to
    • became gradually accepted, a conception which alienated Nature more
    • spirit, had to continue as a vital fact. And this came to pass
    • then came the time when Materialism arose, when people no longer
    • ceremonies will change, and that which formerly came to pass through
    • endless questions which first became questions for the intelligent,
    • earth is a planet like others, can one still believe that Christ came
    • came about; and indeed — speaking quite objectively — it
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    • impetus to human evolution, on the other hand it came at the time
    • pupils, among whom was one who became the teacher of the writer of
    • without that influence. Thereby his path in evolution became
    • complete dignity of man, first became possible. For the fact that we
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    • through the Luciferic Spirits that he came to have this interest, to
    • direct expression of spiritual beings. Because man came prematurely
    • ether-body, the intellectual soul came into being, a more detailed
    • transformation came about. Towards the end of the Atlantean epoch, the
    • etheric body corresponding to the head came right into the physical
    • whom came the gift of karma itself, who made karma possible for man?
    • possibility of karma. Then He came Himself to the earth, and we know
    • Christ came to the earth; He will redeem me and ensure my progress! —
    • us to answer if the opposition came from our side. But it does not!
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    • instinct. As things were, under the influence of Lucifer man came
    • impulses earlier than would otherwise have been the case; he became an
    • became a veil over the spiritual world. Man could not, nor can he to
    • sense-world became like a veil, through the influence of this second
    • Being the physical world in its totality became like a dense rind,
    • the Hebrew people — in Europe the figure of Ahriman became the
    • whole of mankind came under the influence of Ahriman during the second
    • it that when 12 o'clock came and you were sitting in your room, you
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    • Thought came to expression in ancient India. This first sub-race
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    • Himself, by Him through Whom Christianity itself came into the world.
    • Being, for the early Christians, became Man, in Him Whom they
    • life of Buddha. Buddha went out with his disciple Ananda and became
    • enacted on the great stage of outer world-existence. What came to pass
    • in Palestine, came to pass as actual, historic fact, following in
    • Buddha, were given for this purpose. But the WORD Itself came down in
    • fleshly form and lived among us. The Threefold utterance became
    • the Godhead. But now there came One before Whom the Angels veiled
    • that the Lamb Who became flesh denoted a deeper descent into humanity,
    • the mountain top. But Christ came down into the valley, lived as Man
    • fulfilment of this secret possible, in that He came among men. And He
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    • book which recorded what happened in the Mysteries. This came only
    • for the first time in the human body, that such leaders came to the
    • “Angel,” before the Word became Flesh, the Word was an
    • the Logos is an Angel, then the Word became Flesh as Son, and then the
    • the Law was when the Word was an Angel. Then the Word became Flesh and
    • subsequently became Flesh. What happened through the Word becoming
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    • material substance, art became — by way of ritual — a
    • divine office. Art became ritual — the glorification of
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    • in the monastic schools and elsewhere in medieval education, it came
    • the course of the Middle Ages, came the great swing over to the
    • something — the Knower — now became the ideal. Whereas
    • development afterwards, of course, became one-sided, had already
    • and his words became song.
    • this way man became receptive to the spiritual world. The Greek
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    • example, men came to the conscious realization that slavery ought not
    • it also became apparent as regards the evolution of the individual,
    • which flowed down naturally to the Greeks came to be in Roman and
    • the truth is that direct spiritual knowledge and revelation came to
    • during the Middle Ages it became more and more, necessary to
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    • there was quite a different feeling, one that came over from the
    • words, but this life grew feebler and feebler. And then came the
    • became the chief medium of education up to the time of the sixteenth
    • became an impossibility as soon as Francis Bacon, in the sixteenth
    • and seventeenth centuries, came forward with a significant statement
    • in the LOGOS. Then came the age when the ‘word’ became an
    • ‘word’ became an idol, begins a new era in education.
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    • came to visit the Waldorf School and I tried to explain the spirit
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    • also felt after a certain age of life that their bones became
    • spiritual. This however was in a very remote past. Then came a
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    • of teeth and puberty. He then became a personality with
    • new birth. Now one day this man came to me and said: “I
    • often are, he came to me in jubilant mood and said, “Now
    • man. And from the time it became known that Schiller had in
    • It became generally known — and people were still more
    • even when he spoke did so in such a way that the words came
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    • recognised as justified. Nevertheless because the time came
    • young children. A father came to me once and said, “What
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    • considered to be quite inadequate. Nevertheless he became a
    • the education of a family of four boys. I became resident in
    • nothing else. I came into the family, but nobody really
    • psycho-analysis. When, however, at a later stage it became
    • boy became pale. With the exception of his mother and the
    • became a doctor. The only reason for his early death was that
    • of the skull he stopped suddenly, became red and did not trust
    • since its foundation. For instance pupils came to us who should
    • came forth from the constitutional body of the Weimar National
    • example, the inspectors came into a class where the teacher
    • inspectors from the Ministry came into her class and the
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    • the potato people became quicker in regard to intelligent
    • haste so I waited until he returned. He came back after a while
    • external sense-perceptible symbols and thereby became the basis
    • that this unity split up and became science, religion and art,
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    • almost say the drilling of human beings, so that they became
    • came to the Olympic Games. There they could see what it was on
    • such concepts. It was in this way that Marxism came into the
    • king of France came to arrange for a State credit. At the time
    • Romans, what lived in a man's schooling came less into external
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    • eurythmy themselves became teachers and were able to carry
    • came about that a number of suggestions were interpolated
    • came the examination. The results were passable. However, in
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    • the remainder came from. Here, too, you proceed the opposite
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    • drawing became the B. You will find in every word
    • that it became necessary to learn the easiest possible way of
    • initial letter one came to the sign for the sound.
    • though it came from the Absolute — but you must develop
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    • grammatical rules. Gradually this came to be thought foolish,
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    • textbooks then. They nearly all came from the school of
    • that specialization came to be considered very important.
    • “sofa” came from the East during the Crusades, to
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    • is an actual fact to-day. We came up against it very sharply
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    • part of what before his birth became purely thought life, he would
    • something which animals have not got; something that came down from
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    • lesson came to an end, they went out to play. I had the impression
    • in a naive patriarchal way: it simply became a habit of life. In all
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    • came to be expressed in a historical phenomenon, because as soon as
    • Wagnerian art appeared, or became at all well known, it found an
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    • became feeble-minded in his old age. The statement of the materialists
    • receiving all that came out of his wisdom, and thereby it could become
    • conscious in his physical life. But in old age the body became
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    • abolished the Spirit. What actually came about at that time? Consider
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    • imaginative treatment of subjects. Camera Obscura and theorem of
    • nature. The chest has a continuous upward tendency to became head, and
    • And you know what a camera obscura is, where external objects are
    • reproduced? Your eye is really a camera obscura, a dark room of this
    • products will became intellectually frozen.
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    • differently, breathed out differently. In this manner he became
    • experienced it. Thus he came to experience how in the brain, breath
    • breathed the living breath into Man and he became a Soul.” Not
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    • entering into human nature came to me more than 35 years ago.
    • truths about the nature of man in the form in which they came to me
    • To-day I will only indicate a few of the principles which became
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    • spiritually directed, the boy's head became smaller. I know a doctor
    • became an excellent doctor. He died during the war in the exercise of
    • that a lion is a lion and a camel a camel. A lion presented to a
    • camel. Observation alone makes no sense in the domain of life.
    • characteristics of the camel and show how what the camel presents in a
    • of lion, eagle, ape, of camel, cow and all the rest. We view the whole
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    • was concerned; they came to an understanding for a few weeks in middle
    • or 15 years old. Now these children came to us at the beginning from
    • all kinds of different schools. They came with previous attainments of
    • been at the Waldorf School from the beginning, he came straight into
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    • under this arrangement. But, as a result of the spirit which came into
    • teaching of morality on into the sphere of religion. It thus became
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    • — a girl of the top class came to me between lessons, in —
    • And then, what came out was what I have just described: a great
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    • which came about because it was seen that one traces something like a
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    • Eurythmy became more and more widely known, and its artistic
    • arts came into being.
    • the same way as speech itself once came forth from the world of
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    • came about of putting butter on our bread, some kind of fat. It wasn't
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    • knows that when he was a young fellow, everything that came out of the
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little care of lung
    • Dr. Steiner: So — I understand you to say that this person became
    • afflicted with arteriosclerosis when he was fifty, that he became
    • continued into his seventies; then he became active again, and he is
    • lost track of each other, and after some years I came to the city
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    • and finally the “I” of which man first became conscious
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    • today, since it became extinct long ago. The higher animals of today
    • bodies.” Gradually, however, the soul above became coarser and
    • the sentient body below more refined. A kinship came into being
    • into man the breath of life, and he became a living soul.” In
    • age, body and soul came in contact with each other only in the
    • the point in time just described, man became capable of pouring forth
    • that reached him from outside. Man came to receive tone from outside
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    • how the transition from the feeling for the fifth to the third came
    • take possession of it, the experience of the seventh became faintly
    • “I sing” was not the appropriate expression. It became
    • music in a subjective direction. Subjectivity only came into play in
    • activity of the head, came about later as the downward streams of
    • [Tongebilde]. Emancipated singing actually came about later;
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    • came the time when man no longer had imaginations. He still retained
    • drawing the musical experience inward came later. Formerly, man felt
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    • him as objective outer world. This came about only gradually in human
    • bodies was more delicate than it became later in the post-Atlantean
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    • as in earlier epochs men became ripe in other respects. One thing in
    • this period. In the year 1879, on a smaller scale, an event came to
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    • ideas which in the lectures on the Gospel of St. John we came to
    • took place, how Magi, having seen the ‘star’, came from
    • there, Jesus was born. Then came the circumcision, after eight days
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    • They could say to themselves: Christ Jesus came not
    • must contemplate the epoch when Christ Jesus came to humanity, and
    • central point and came to expression in the events there. We may
    • He who became a
    • human nature. They came into existence and developed gradually. What
    • became a ‘Buddha’, he was a Bodhisattva, that is to say, an
    • Lemurian epochs, the Bodhisattva who was incarnated and became Buddha
    • incarnation as Bodhisattva when, after his Enlightenment, he became
    • in the incarnation when the Bodhisattva became Buddha.’
    • in human forms. Revelations of the power of compassion and love came
    • powers of clairvoyance. Then, when he became Buddha and looked back
    • a Bodhisattva, that is to say he came at the stage of development
    • from his royal prison and came across an aged man. Hitherto he had
    • Then he came across a sick man; then he saw a corpse — the
    • manifestation of death on the physical plane. All this came before
    • He then came into the
    • ‘Bodhi-tree’, the Bodhisattva of India became Buddha. The
    • teaching of compassion and love came into existence then for the first
    • was what came to pass in India when, after seven days of inner
    • contemplation, the Bodhisattva became Buddha; and that was what he
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    • birth to the moment when he became Buddha, to recollect stage by
    • higher stages of consciousness, how his spiritual vision became ever
    • came the time when I could discern through what actions these
    • yet pure enough. Then came the time when I was able to know that I
    • and then came to expression in his soul.
    • knew whence came the influences they had borne within themselves from
    • of love and compassion, there dawned in him when he became Buddha,
    • what significance lies in the fact that the Bodhisattva of old became
    • Buddha came into the world, men were not able to apply even their
    • Bodhisattva became Buddha and now gave forth in the form of teaching
    • above became reality in the physical world at that time. It is a
    • expresses this still more cogently. In the moon lives a hare; it came
    • the Bodhisattva who became Buddha, we said — and this is the
    • this sense. Hence when the Buddha became aware of the significance of
    • his mission became the Buddha's mission. As long as such a Being is
    • from this child at puberty; it became one with this sheath and was
    • a sudden change came over the twelve-year-old Jesus in the temple. We
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    • — was absorbed by the Nirmanakaya of Buddha and became one with it
    • it became possible for man to assume his present structure. It was
    • became increasingly dense and a process of hardening had, in fact,
    • them to incarnate. A time came when souls wishing to descend found it
    • matter and populate the Earth became steadily less, with the result
    • having waited on the other planets until a time came when they were
    • re-populated and the Atlantean peoples came into existence, guided by
    • Persian, in the Egypto-Chaldean epoch — and his soul became more
    • Nirmanakaya of Buddha. Whence, then, came the great vivifying,
    • It came from the
    • gave the impulse for this and thereby became Buddha. Hence he does
    • it was difficult to understand for it came from great spiritual
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    • Bodhisattva became Buddha, this was a crucial turning-point in
    • the task of the Bodhisattva who became Buddha. We see how individual
    • Moses became conscious of the secrets contained in his etheric body,
    • Chaldea as Zarathas or Nazarathos, who became the teacher of the
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it cameLuke I, 39–44).
    • ‘Now when all the people were baptized, it came to pass that Jesus
    • descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him and a voice came from
    • (3:22 And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him, and a voice cameLuke III, 21–23)
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    • who in the fifth/sixth century before our era became Buddha. We have
    • he became Buddha, was never able to use a human body on Earth in the
    • we to examine the previous incarnations of the Bodhisattva who became
    • came sublime teachings relating to the Cosmos, in order that men
    • but instead of experiencing neutral forces only, Moses became aware
    • let him give to him that hath none!’ Men came to him and asked:
    • came to Buddha. All these sayings seem to be like utterances of Buddha
    • 3:12 Then came also publicans to be baptized, and said unto him, Master, what shall we do? \
    • and brothers came and the people said to Him: ‘Thy mother and thy
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    • twenty-first, twenty-eighth and thirty-fifth years came about in his
    • came when his Ego left the body of the Nathan Jesus.
    • Zarathustra-Ego had gone out of him, his development came to a
    • moment the Zarathustra-Ego left him he came to a standstill and could
    • became later on. It was also enacted differently by John the Baptist.
    • in the flame of lightning on Mount Sinai the revelations came to
    • become Buddha, came into spiritual contact with Vishva
    • Bodhisattvas, of whom the Bodhisattva who afterwards became Buddha
    • mystery. The mission of the Bodhisattva who became Buddha was to
    • belongs. The Bodhisattva who became Buddha in the fifth/sixth century
    • became Buddha five to six centuries before our era was endowed with
    • forces penetrated into his astral body, man became more deeply
    • Word which had been preserved since the Lemurian epoch came forth
    • Luciferic influence, became flesh in a single personality, descended
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    • etheric body penetrated into the physical body, the weaker it became
    • ‘healing’ was a very different matter from what it came to be
    • Graeco-Latin culture these two streams came, in a sense, into
    • Christ came to the Earth. Had He come later, none of the things that
    • order to show that with Christ there came into the world an Ego which
    • “And it came to pass,
    • they were all waiting for him. And behold, there came a man named
    • be healed of any, came behind him, and touched the border of his
    • 8:41 And, behold, there came a man named Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue: and he fell down at Jesus\' feet, and besought him that he would come into his house: \
    • 8:44 Came behind him, and touched the border of his garment: and immediately her issue of blood stanched. \
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    • are kept in mind. In order to understand the radical change that came
    • Jesus came to the Earth. In those days the stage reached in the
    • came to the Earth man was ready for the development of the Self, the
    • outer world was instilled, impressed into it. The Law of Sinai came
    • became Buddha five or six centuries before our era, ascended into the
    • different form. When he became Buddha at that time, he passed over
    • the office of Bodhisattva to another who became his successor;
    • another became Bodhisattava. A Buddhist legend speaks of this in
    • when he became Buddha, removed his heavenly tiara and placed it upon
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    • which came to the Earth as the Nathan Jesus and into whose bodily
    • 7:12 Now when he came nigh to the gate of the city, behold, there was a dead man carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow: and much people of the city was with her. \
    • 7:14 And he came and touched the bier: and they that bare him stood still. And he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. \
    • 7:16 And there came a fear on all: and they glorified God, saying, That a great prophet is risen up among us; and, That God hath visited his people. \
    • forces laid in his soul at that earlier time came to fruition. In an
    • because it was not until then that man became conscious of the Ego in
    • 7:33 For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine; and ye say, He hath a devil. \
    • connection with the faculties of the human being since Christ came to
    • terms — he became a ‘Prophet’.
    • The ‘Queen of Sheba’ who came to King Solomon was also the
    • (See The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she cameLuke XI, 31.)
    • which came to the Earth at that time, and we see how all the old ways
    • 9:33 And it came to pass, as they departed from him, Peter said unto Jesus, Master, it is good for us to be here: and let us make three tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elias: not knowing what he said. \
    • 9:34 While he thus spake, there came a cloud, and overshadowed them: and they feared as they entered into the cloud. \
    • 9:35 And there came a voice out of the cloud, saying, This is my beloved Son: hear him. \
    • conception of what came to pass on Golgotha. When Earth evolution
    • there came into the world the infinite Love that would gradually
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    • they came down to earth, even if it does occasionally appear
    • possessed of a homeless soul, became acquainted with a way of looking
    • spiritual; and all those who became part of such a current, not
    • beings within the spiritual world. I was involved and came to know
    • newspaper expected, including all the usual goodies. It really became
    • particularly during this time all kinds of people came to the town to
    • peculiar sight. It was possible to see such cameos of contemporary
    • me to a group of homeless souls, and I became involved to such an
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    • the absurdities of its leaders eventually came to light in a rather
    • One of the theosophists who later became a good anthroposophist
    • as they grew older their souls suddenly became filled with the
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    • the spiritual world became known because physical letters came from a
    • It then became a rather
    • world became accessible which merit detailed attention, even from the
    • enabled the people of sound judgement who came into contact with this
    • originate in his present life, but came through his father,
    • happening. Later this became seen as an extremely mystical event. The
    • But it became increasingly rare, due to the increasing dominance
    • century they became hard enough too. But it was nevertheless men who
    • the knowledge of ancient times was still very pronounced. It became
    • everywhere. The word became devoid of content. I found all that
    • pretty hard to take. Actually I came into conflict with the speaker
    • monistic carry-on became more and more upsetting, so I decided to
    • incapable of becoming a teacher and subsequently, when the nod came
    • critics came to the conclusion that it was a wild-goose chase to talk
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    • to recall that someone who became much better known than she in
    • calculation. By excluding everything else it became possible —
    • came together in order to launch the anthroposophical movement in
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    • opportunity to maintain the memory came to an end in that moment in
    • through modern methods. So he consciously and in a radical way became
    • Basically Blavatsky's inspiration also came from the ancient
    • knowledge which came from elsewhere was not adequate to deal with the
    • Anthroposophy therefore considered what came into the world with
    • Indeed, as soon as the first period came to an end, the complete
    • became evident, particularly in its approach to the issues
    • so many people came to the first lecture that it could not be held in
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    • unprocessed, in the people who belonged to the Society. This became
    • establishing the branch in Munich it became necessary to assess
    • concern itself with the spiritual content which came from the
    • Theososphical Society. But practical co-existence became increasingly
    • and so I became acquainted with Bhagavan Das's
    • appearance of this phenomenon, which became increasingly strong from
    • the details of which I do not want to discuss just now. And then came the
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    • second phase began, the science of the spirit came to grips, in
    • internal circles, but then it became public and met with ever
    • context something came strongly to the surface which I have described
    • work became effective at this stage in a way exactly opposite to what
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    • was already present. This impulse came from all kinds of directions.
    • you will see that they are not based in any way on material which came
    • That was precisely the case with Goethe. When it came to putting
    • moral impulses also came from this divine spiritual principle.
    • what came to expression as moral impulses. Those, too, were derived
    • Ethical and moral impulses came from the same divine source. But just
    • never actually came together.
    • also represents the point when anthroposophy came into
    • This is what Nietzsche came up against.
    • an eminent scientist, but as a student at Tubingen University he came
    • became ill and he had to bleed them on arrival.
    • he became quite confused. Finally he reached the conclusion that he
    • If that became a reality in people's attitude, not necessarily
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    • of Tiamat and these demoniacal forms became hostile to
    • grew strong. Ea or Ia, became later — if one
    • form in which the men of ancient times pictured whatsoever came to
    • Initiate-teachers and their pupils had acquired. Then came the time
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    • literary composition. Yet when I came across them at night I never
    • into the spiritual world; from Sun-heroes they became Fathers who
    • historical perspective, I wished to indicate to you how mankind came
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    • came a moment of time when beings came over from the Moon and brought
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    • but came to him through inspiration. Just as we realize today that we
    • by administering medicaments, which was the normal practice in
    • came upon a hill in the midst of a desolate forest and on this hill
    • were of the Cistercian Order — came out of their lectures was
    • received he became aware of the entry of Cora through the gateway of
    • the eyes. This became a living reality to him, and now he experienced
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    • that he describes, all that came to him through the inspiration of
    • state of mind that a slight heat-stroke overcame him. The metallity
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    • gradually came to believe that only the physical world was
    • became an Initiate. Modern man also can be brought to the threshold
    • the age of twenty-one, then he became “travelling man”
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    • beings accompanied the Moon after its separation and later became
    • perfection because they became their pupils and disciples and
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    • became apparent on closer acquaintance that these Initiates had
    • and their followers they became most indignant and regarded them as
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    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
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    • of Tiamat and these demoniacal forms became hostile to
    • grew strong. Ea or Ia, became later — if one
    • form in which the men of ancient times pictured whatsoever came to
    • Initiate-teachers and their pupils had acquired. Then came the time
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    • literary composition. Yet when I came across them at night I never
    • into the spiritual world; from Sun-heroes they became Fathers who
    • historical perspective, I wished to indicate to you how mankind came
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    • came a moment of time when beings came over from the Moon and brought
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    • but came to him through inspiration. Just as we realize today that we
    • by administering medicaments, which was the normal practice in
    • came upon a hill in the midst of a desolate forest and on this hill
    • were of the Cistercian Order — came out of their lectures was
    • received he became aware of the entry of Cora through the gateway of
    • the eyes. This became a living reality to him, and now he experienced
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    • that he describes, all that came to him through the inspiration of
    • state of mind that a slight heat-stroke overcame him. The metallity
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    • gradually came to believe that only the physical world was
    • became an Initiate. Modern man also can be brought to the threshold
    • the age of twenty-one, then he became “travelling man”
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    • beings accompanied the Moon after its separation and later became
    • perfection because they became their pupils and disciples and
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    • became apparent on closer acquaintance that these Initiates had
    • and their followers they became most indignant and regarded them as
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    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
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    • always existed. It came on the scene essentially
    • knowledge of the laws of nature that natural science came
    • came about in the Middle Ages if we know of the existence of
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    • Then I came to the
    • To the waters then I came,
    • Now there came riding from the
    • Yet now came a host from the
    • came first and then the experiences in the realm of water.
    • Olaf Asteson fell asleep he became a mental image of the
    • three great words came to the fore in which people saw, or at
    • time gradually came when people were almost stifled by
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    • came back after only a quarter of an hour, and when the
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    • in the process of creativity that came from the higher
    • perception of what came to him as a breath from outside and
    • the nineteenth century came, with all the discoveries that
    • achievements came about through this channel. This is
    • clairvoyance, which came about through contact of the
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    • you and I now think. But only when it became a corpse could it
    • primeval mist came into rotation, that the planets then split off,
    • that the sun became the center. This is taught to children quite
    • older, but he never came out of the living element. He lived in that
    • earth came forth from this gigantic womb.
    • existence. Let us just consider what came before. You see, if a human
    • whole body. Between one condition (Sun) and the other (Moon), it came
    • about that the human being became a physical being in water. Formerly
    • Seeds came in from outside and fructified the whole Moon-Earth. And
    • There were seasons when the fructifying seeds came in from all
    • directions, and other seasons when they matured and no more came in.
    • conception. The human being came out of the entire Earth-body, or
    • Moon-body, as it was then. In the same way fructification came from
    • Now later through further cooling there came about a
    • air floating along. Then during this time (Moon condition) it became
    • a skeleton form, but it was fluid. But now came the mineral element,
    • mineral came to it too soon, then it would just become a mineral and
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    • support themselves in the air, not swim in the dense fluid. It came
    • half-swimming creatures became adapted to the sulphurous condition of
    • in the air of that time excreted continuously. What came from them
    • On the other hand, to the creatures above came what was
    • into cosmic space. It came about in this way: a small protuberance
    • the dead mineral kingdom. But with this came also the possibility for
    • forms had to alter. For with the departure of the moon the air became
    • with the consequence that they became almost entirely sense organs.
    • less as they glided along in the dense fluid, they became in the main
    • time became deposits later in the solid mineral mountains, the rock
    • man in his present form came later.
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    • away; they delayed too long. And then a year-and-a-half ago news came
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    • could develop only when the latest conditions came about on the
    • plants and animals came to be here and how they came to be there can
    • perfected themselves and became human beings. That is the view
    • climbing forefeet into human hands ... and so it became completely
    • fish-men became kangaroos, those a little more advanced became deer
    • and cattle, and the most perfect became apes or men. You see from
    • monkeys.” The boy came home with this piece of wisdom. The
    • became more perfect, became man. Of course now people come along and
    • those who came later with prominent foreheads had a proper mind.
    • Atlantic Ocean came into being. Europe and Asia rose more and more;
    • But then came the time when this kind of water, this
    • for it. Now supposing the owl came — a particularly vain owl —
    • means of the soul they could so transform their food that it became
    • before he became densified and crystallized through his bones, I am
    • earlier lands sank and became sea — only then did the present
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    • fifteen thousand years ago the earth, the ground, became sufficiently
    • Now something came about through this circumstance that
    • was naturally quite different from what happened later: a man became
    • not a table, that's a chair. And if someone else came along and
    • You will realize, therefore, that learning to see came
    • painting, and still no perspective. That came only later. From this
    • think as men do who came later.
    • came more from the north, settling down in what is now India as the
    • land became free of water.
    • was far better understood by the Indians than by those who came
    • more of what was within him; within him everything became brighter
    • gazing fixedly at the tip of their nose, so that they became quite
    • know what is within man, came to have knowledge of the human physical
    • came later. They developed, as you know, a tremendous fantasy,
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    • came out of the fields was really better. It's no use thinking that
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little
    • that this person became afflicted with arteriosclerosis when he was
    • fifty, that he became stiff and could do very little work. You did
    • His condition continued into his seventies; then he became active
    • in life, we lost track of each other, and after some years I came to
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    • till you came to Greece — here Asia, sea, and here in the
    • later, in the nineteenth century, when they came to the regions where
    • veneration, and knew nothing as yet of intellect. They then came
    • exterminated by them. They came to know the Europeans' printed paper
    • intellect. Intellect first came to man in the fifteenth and sixteenth
    • as the present animals, for these forms only came into being later
    • had at that time, came about because man's spiritual entity was
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    • earth was once a balloon of gas, that it became more and more solid,
    • earth as originally a ball of gas which then became condensed —
    • together, later volcanoes arose. They came about later. On the other
    • have an influence on the earth. He came to the opinion that
    • word that if such a telegram came, they should send it immediately to
    • behold — it became more and more like a moon. And what has one
    • the remarkable fact that the majority of men who later became
    • during his lifetime — in fact, quite the contrary. He became so
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    • they came into use for the first time in the 19th century. Before
    • others became ill because of fright. There was terrific agitation
    • throughout Paris because it became known that a learned man would
    • but it had split and was throwing off rarefied matter that came down
    • thirteen million miles away from the earth, but every time it came it
    • came closer. Littrow reckoned quite correctly that in September 1872
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    • investigated and hence came to be misunderstood. Originally there was
    • had during the first years of life came from our parents; we could
    • After a certain time the body is worn out and what earlier came into
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    • that must be answered if a man is not to lose his bearings. At last he came
    • sense-world. Hence it became clear that the sun does not revolve round the
    • what would be in the future. In a certain sense they became unaccustomed to
    • Then came the
    • Then came the
    • Something in the soul came to understand that the picture given to the senses
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    • the soul's being.” We came to know this depth in the working and
    • interplay of the powers of the soul; and the truth of the saying came home to
    • Intellectual Soul and the Consciousness Soul. We also came to recognise
    • came to an exactly opposite
    • the other precursor, anger, that we came to know yesterday, must be overcome
    • Came near me also. To make another like her,
    • Goethe came by degrees to maturity only if we realise the nature of truth in
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    • unaffected by them, while others were so deeply moved that they became imbued
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    • religion. For it is emphasised that the Christian religion shows how God came
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    • represent the true Buddhist teaching, which came to birth with so much
    • stricken with disease; above all, he saw a corpse. Hence it came to him that
    • Then there came
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    • where they came into use later on, they were introduced by emigrants from
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    • formation. Of course the question how the human being came to name beings
    • was interwoven and transfused with the ether body. It therefore became more
    • complex. Then it became interwoven with the astral body which made it more
    • into a self-contained individuality. Before the human being became such a
    • before man became an individual soul another soul was working in the three
    • manner that the human being finally became like an appendix to his speech
    • areas of our language came into existence which represents
    • language in the human being before the ego became active in us. Only a
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    • the great Zarathustra, who became so immensely important for Eastern culture,
    • was particularly significant that this great spirit came
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    • this way of knowledge came into being. Did we say to ourselves: We will take
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    • which can be compared with another one which became established for mankind
    • soul came about. Such disharmony occurs not only when momentous events happen
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    • became more complicated, the carrying out of vengeance was handed over to the
    • ruling authorities. So people came to believe that any deed which injured
    • but a feeling became ingrained in the human soul that a harmful action must
    • that the ego first came forth. The faculty that man in the future will acquire
    • his soul, the shamefulness of it came before him as a spiritual reality, so
    • of time, this dreamlike clairvoyance faded and man's ego came
    • cosmic background out of which man himself had emerged. When the time came
    • vision became inward experience and conscience was born.
    • force became internalised; but before it could be inwardly experienced, the
    • dependent on the Gods and the inspirations that came from them, in the West,
    • culture first came to spring from the inner life.
    • came over from the East; they needed only to be raised to a higher level. It
    • East, and the emergence of conscience came to meet it from the West. For
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    • before men were so deeply embedded in material existence as they came to be
    • behind our physical existence came before his soul. In this spiritual world
    • environment, as he came to do later on. He lived in his environment, feeling
    • which came naturally to primeval humanity. And it is precisely in this
    • consciousness came to an end for the Greek people, and only an echo of it
    • strong ego-feeling came to the fore while other soul-powers and faculties
    • echo was always very weak, and in Aeschylus so weak that he came to feel a
    • imagination that came from the East, while Western influence, with its
    • figures in the Homeric poems became the dramatic characters of Aeschylus; and
    • came to him from within his own soul. Can you imagine that Dante would have
    • became a world. With Shakespeare, it expanded so far that other egos became
    • see that poetry came down into a realm of the most unsophisticated
    • worked inwardly on what he presents. And whereas the experiences that came to
    • Poetry came from the
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    • Nathan-Jesus and the mother of the Solomon-Jesus became a
    • how inner enlightenment became richer and richer, and
    • walked on the earth. Soon the news spread and many came running
    • sacrifices. Their own priests had fled — so they came running.
    • came to know these words, I have found them to be an
    • came to know the Essenes better. Today I will only indicate the
    • people must sink lower while a few ascended. It all became
    • Golden Age of human evolution. Then came another age, in which
    • only active between the seventh and fourteenth years. Then came
    • astral] sheaths, so that these sheaths became as they were when
    • words came from. They came from him, yet not from him.
    • love, but a love which became a rebuke for the Essenes, one
    • which came from their own hearts. We can characterize what the
    • like a fata morgana, and very, very far away. And words came as
    • silent about it their whole lives. And they became the most
    • honor I became prouder and I often said to myself: What a
    • said: “I don't know how I got this disease, it just came
    • the people threw to me. One night I came close to a dense
    • came at me like a light from the tree. It was death standing
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    • from a certain point in time, it became the “angst”
    • he descended from the spiritual world and became limited to the
    • Then two beings came to attack him, and he
    • Then Ahriman came again. A kind of
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    • say: ten, twelve, or fifteen thousand years ago the earth became
    • Now something came about
    • later — a man became the citizen of a kingdom. He did not
    • chair. And if someone else came along and called the blackboard a
    • therefore, that learning to see came only later to mankind. Human
    • way; they do not think like the men who came later.
    • people came more from the north, settling down here as the land
    • became free of water.
    • far better understood by the Indians than by those who came later.
    • within him; within him everything became brighter and brighter. This
    • noses, so that they became quite unaccustomed to stand and had the
    • to look within them, learned to know what is within man, came to have
    • different men they were from those who came later. Then, as you
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    • and so on till you came to Greece. It was agreed that when the war
    • people came to grips with life out of their imagination, and in this
    • later, in the 19th century, they came to the regions where Indians
    • as yet of intellect. The. Indians then gradually came to know the
    • for the Greeks still lacked intellect. Intellect first came to man in
    • these came into being later, when human beings were already in
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    • became stronger. I will not read the further details.
    • the question where what is “comic” came from. Some of
    • caused to flow from within outwards, and which became hard up
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    • charge. How it came about, I am quite unable to understand.
    • have a friend, you came to know him, let us say, in the year 1915.
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    • came a substance which had an animal-like nature. Our earth was once
    • nature. From cosmic spaces came the animal nature; from the earth the
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    • famous in certain circles. He once came to Weimar to give a
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    • which we can observe here in regard to language came to
    • elocution” officially. But the whole affair became too
    • Aristotle's time, grammar itself became logical to the point
    • drawing, but that nothing came about from it. It then flowed
    • compelled to this, especially as their territory became ever
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    • times something developed nevertheless that became extremely
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    • fact that much of what exists today actually came out of
    • instinctive association. Those people who here came together
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    • wide field of history the more spiritual forms of thought which came
    • century a very radical change came about in the development of thought.
    • the gradual emergence of what, later on, became the burning social
    • man who is also a typical representative of modern thinking came strongly
    • but many other thinkers adopted it, and indeed it became a habit in
    • of thinking came to the fore in the modern age, during the first half
    • direct evidence of the urge that became so insistent in the nineteenth
    • be realised as one. Later on, this conception came to be known by the
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    • connected with the place. And the gods that used to be ancestral became
    • soul-experience, now became the guardians what one might call the signs
    • something which then became transformed into the system of Runes
    • The entire spiritual life became attached to the place. Thus
    • these tribes became more and more susceptible to the influence which the
    • living Last Supper became the symbolic rite. Into this sacrifice of
    • became, so to say, christianised. The lower classes of the Roman people
    • the man became externalised by this culture. And in the fourth century,
    • but thought came to the human being of itself like a dream. Particularly
    • it came, even when it was thought, as dream pictures come. And
    • the north in that the pictures that came to the northerners at first
    • particular localities and became more or less ritualistic. The ideas
    • of speech, in rhetoric, was essentially Roman culture, and became the
    • always an element of delicate questioning which came from the spiritual
    • tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries the whole country became covered with
    • state of mind, for some of the people who settled in the towns came
    • element, clothed in the Latin tongue, became mixed up with what sprang
    • in which the Latin culture came up against the popular element in the
    • if you want to understand figures such as Jacob Boehme, who came later,
    • with what came over from the east as decadent oriental life. Nor within
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    • experiencing knowledge that the human being of old came to
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    • became necessary to add to what was said by way of further
    • precisely. This task would require a whole year. Now came
    • and more it became necessary to explain things more
    • all sixteen pages. In the meantime I became aware that in
    • was to make further investigations. Thus I became thoroughly
    • It became
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    • close my eyes. And as he closed his eyes and it became dark all around
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    • Wilamowitz immediately came out in Opposition and wrote his polemics
    • what later became the content of his most inspiring words. No wonder,
    • revealed by Inspiration. Nothing of this world came forth to him. And
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    • to fear. As humanity evolved further, however, this became a legitimate
    • man who was a remarkable example of such a type: he came from a family
    • physical body and also contained certain personalities — I came
    • because he feared any water that came from the outside world. But then
    • ways and means of understanding what came to pass through the Mystery
    • flowed through Greek art, however, became more and more diluted, until
    • finally it became the content of the Western religious creeds. We thus
    • specially to achieve this by systematically pursuing what came to be
    • an being interiorized became so sensitive that language simply failed
    • furnish the means for what I wished to achieve. Afterward I became
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    • Several weeks ago, when we all came
    • now?” This thought came to me often during the day. And now, in
    • think about how He came into the world to bring joy to all people,
    • Christmas greeting from them. When I came into the school, what
    • feel it in what came to meet you out of this Christmas assembly.
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    • You know, when I came today, one of
    • good it was that you came together so that your teachers could help
    • above all else. The Waldorf teachers came here and said, “Yes,
    • came into school each morning, they were people who clearly grasped
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    • But what was the possibility that came from living in this — I
    • tradition. Giotto became already half a naturalist. He noticed that
    • became what one can now see. But because the feelings of the ancient
    • times were still there, the flesh became, so to speak, heavy only to a
    • minimum degree, but still it became heavy. And then arose the Madonna
    • But that came to an end. And thus naturalism came into being, and in
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    • Hence it came about that, let us say, an Archai or Archangel-Being
    • light. These Beings became the intermediaries, the messengers between
    • became an article of faith with those who were just expert physicists.
    • Fourth Hierarchy came — as a gift form the higher Hierarchies of
    • require — Life. And life came into the colourful world which
    • iridescent world became alive. It is not only then that Angeloi,
    • became active in the iridescence of colour began to form outlines.
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    • overturned and lying there, came up to the lecture and were
    • charge. With speed he came to the Achaeans' fleet ships,
    • “Hearken, my friends. A dream from heaven came to
    • came in and spoilt the picture. Thus does one know Socrates,
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    • themselves do so, for it is the culture that came over to
    • became, as it were, a cosmic soul, forming a cosmic centre of
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    • pass because Christianity became part of the hearts and souls
    • through their souls, their hearts, the Word that came from
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    • he also became aware of his connection with the sun. The sun
    • expressed in all its fulness, there was a union of what came
    • This union came about because it was in Greece that the Ego
    • development came to bear a remote resemblance to the acanthus
    • I came upon a
    • the idea of the Corinthian column came to him. Rigl, too,
    • came to be used on the capitals of columns. If we are able to
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    • pass over what came next, for it really amounted to a revival
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    • age, his ego came to birth in the intellectual or mind-soul.
    • ... Then came the age in human evolution
    • world and it became necessary to resort to a different realm.
    • which linked man to the cosmos, ceased. Imitative art came
    • with the cosmos ceased. Imitative art came into being and
    • Northern and Central Europe who came into contact with
    • understood nothing of true imitative art. They came along
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    • research that Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten came forward with
    • That the science of the Beautiful only came into existence so
    • the desire to grasp the nature of its task only came into
    • instant he became aware of a kingdom within his inner self,
    • works of Christian Art came into existence. Philosophy, which
    • 15th April, 1885, the treasures of the Goethe House became
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    • famous in certain circles. He once came to Weimar to give a
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    • which we can observe here in regard to language came to
    • elocution” officially. But the whole affair became too
    • Aristotle's time, grammar itself became logical to the point
    • drawing, but that nothing came about from it. It then flowed
    • compelled to this, especially as their territory became ever
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    • fact that much of what exists today actually came out of
    • instinctive association. Those people who here came together
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    • In this case it came about as a consequence of the terrible economic
    • became clear how very many of our friends were expected to
    • Anthroposophical Movement came into being. In many and varied
    • Then came
    • it became necessary for me
    • external expression for what came to completion in the depths
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    • Every cycle, regardless of whether it came into being in the
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    • the post office in a laundry basket. These memories came back
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    • came to light then, when our friends revealed their
    • When visitors came from elsewhere, and I hope they will
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    • more close in the Mysteries. Thus the realization came about
    • came down into this atmosphere filled with the envy of the
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    • the Society as a whole has lost in the building that became its home,
    • ways opened up to us with the building of the Goetheanum. It became
    • But that became impossible for people of goodwill as they looked at
    • anthroposophical impulse. So the Goetheanum became a means of
    • toward our cause came to light on that occasion.
    • than words can ever be — its every least detail came into being
    • enterprise became a victim of inflation and other unfavorable
    • undertakings that came into being in close connection with the
    • intensively at this task became less valuable members of the Society
    • They came to Stuttgart, have been doing superlatively well what
    • more active they became in this field, the less activity they devoted
    • number of young students came together to foster a concern for
    • of the Society showed up in the fact that when I came here a short
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    • inner sense of freedom that became theirs when they attained the
    • lives between death and rebirth, came, in the course of evolution, to
    • something that came into an earlier humanity's possession only after
    • Christ came to live on earth enables him to hallow elements of
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    • references being made these days to the great change that came over
    • they used to be accorded. Indeed, the earth came to be thought of as
    • worked through, along with a great deal else. By the time it became
    • Then came the time
    • task became one of simply meeting the interest of these people who,
    • little groups or came to public lectures and the like. What was
    • this came into existence from sources to which access is gained on
    • Then came the third
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    • Society. For those who became anthroposophists were the first people
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • Anthroposophical Society came into being. It corresponds exactly to
    • an able Waldorf School teacher became a poor anthroposophist. (This
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    • that men's beholding of the gods became the inner life of the
    • sky, when the sun came up in the rosy brilliance of the dawn or a
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    • living, spiritual anthroposophy came to no harm in the fire, a great
    • of young theologians came to me. They were preparing to enter the
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    • anthroposophical approach. How did this style originate? It came into
    • Society's functions had not yet begun. What developed later came into
    • better have waited for future developing. Then these cycles became
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    • Stuttgart came to a close two days ago, and you are probably thinking
    • to an understanding of what came about that I give you a sketch of
    • Goetheanum came as a most painful experience while we were in the
    • they were not carried out. When the problem this caused became only
    • when it came to taking part in the life of his time, he became not
    • Oriental wisdom, one would have to say that it became impossible when
    • Mendel, a Moravian, the solitary schoolmaster who later became an
    • people were a lot more tolerant than they became later. So, in spite
    • appointed to a secondary school position, and he became the man who
    • they came to know of anthroposophy and felt at once that it led to
    • weary, at the place where I was staying. At midnight someone came to
    • fetch me. I wasn't quite on the point of going to sleep. Someone came
    • back over a span of quite a few decades. It became clear, as Tuesday
    • things came out. Now they need only be rightly managed. The loose
    • two groupings we came out with. I will have something more to say
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    • ago when a group of younger people came to me wanting to bring about
    • consolidate the Society, I came together with the young people. I am
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    • brotherliness all too easily came to grief, that it has been
    • again. Nothing came of this because he wasn't there. But when he did
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    • suffered from thought deprivation, the time came for
    • 1851) came through, where these thrilling thoughts could work
    • Schopenhauer then became outside lecturer at the Berlin
    • not like with Schiller and Goethe which came to a harmonious
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    • continued. Knowledge continued to increase. This came to an end,
    • anything new came forth from human nature. Increase in knowledge was
    • speaking in this vital picture-language which came whenever they had
    • the Greco-Latin, this became a fact of outstanding importance. Up to
    • requirements for a long time. He then became more self-conscious and
    • something new that came from above. Man now became critical and
    • had spun from higher worlds, a mighty new impulse came from the
    • greater disparity than between the spirituality that came down to the
    • this. We must feel that a primeval wisdom came to us from ancient
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    • Isaiah spoke came to tell them to prepare themselves inwardly, to
    • up within it came first to man through the Impulse of Christ. This
    • messenger who spoke from the soul of John the Baptist. Whence came
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    • gathered round him at a later day. Man came forth from Spirit, and
    • Christ came down and entered into a human being — as Divine
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    • With regard to Paul we are amply told how he became an entirely
    • Maya exists) came down in ancient Lemurian times to this world of
    • incarnations. He became man, as this was understood in Lemurian and
    • Atlantean times, and up to the time of Christ. Then came the Event of
    • Adam or not). Then came the power and impulse that enabled him to
    • Orpheus was the power by which he became the inaugurator, the true
    • in these worlds came in touch, by means of his personality, with a
    • ago, not as became customary later when people were described by
    • his fellow-men, these revelationscame to him because his etheric body
    • extended beyond his physical body. It became in this case the hearer
    • shown that where Orpheus came into purely spiritual relationship with
    • revelations that came to him through his etheric body. The more he
    • element of that which came to him in the revelation of Damascus, and
    • events came to pass which later led to the Events of Palestine.
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    • point of time when man first came forth from Divine Beings. The
    • of time when as earthly man he came forth from the Godhead.
    • really very silly things about it. It is where Christ Jesus came out
    • full development; and so it came to pass that the most ancient
    • been experienced in the Mysteries now became an historical fact
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    • intellect, came through the Arabs. Those who are not fully acquainted
    • Greece and Italy on one side, unites with what came to us through the
    • whose influence came from the Jesus of the Nathan line of the house
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    • king's son. He rode forth and came presently to a deep ditch,
    • became something different than they were before. This produced
    • rhapsodists said: — When the king's son came to the
    • Whence came the
    • thought-forms in Western culture came from the same source, and
    • respect of the things our souls longed for when they came into
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    • neither the soul came into being at birth nor it disappears at death.
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    • he developed upward step by step. His soul became able to behold farther
    • and farther, it became more and more sensitive for the primary sources
    • became their gods. The gods became similar to bulls. If people were
    • similar to lions, the lions and lion-like images became their gods.
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    • God Who became flesh has taken on a materialistic colouring gradually. Let me
    • Christianity came into being are nothing else than myths which the imagination
    • while the John’s Gospel demands to recognise the Word that became flesh
    • how we have to understand “the Word became flesh” used by John above
    • The first sentences of this Gospel, the real message of the Word that became
    • and through him all things came to be; without him no created thing came into
    • Jesus, the world itself came into being. “In him was life, and that life
    • and came as a witness to testify the light, so that through him all might become
    • believers. He was not himself the light; he came to bear witness to the light.”
    • being to him, did not recognize him. It came to his own, and his own people
    • Word that became flesh in a fairly right translation giving the gist and at
    • during the first Christian centuries with the Word that became flesh that the
    • became flesh, what it means to conceive the spirit out of the divine in the
    • Then there came a time, and this is the time of the origin of Christianity when
    • the physical reality up to death by which Christ became enslaved without being
    • time in which He taught and lived, but the important word came down us: “I
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    • if one understands it from its bases. Who understands how Kant came
    • view come to this? It came from the philosophy of the predecessors.
    • critical idealism and overcame the naive realism. What submits to causality
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    • under the microscope how the sensation came into being in the brain, I would
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    • our egos. We could say that tidings of any higher world came to us if we get
    • I must progress to the will. Schopenhauer became a realist that way, admittedly,
    • to me, several weeks ago it became light to me and since some hours the sun
    • through it, came to the fore to be recognised again.
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    • nature or of that which refers to anything beyond our world. Socrates just became
    • doctrine of the soul dissatisfactory became the big disaster of all scientific
    • This became the disaster of the western science of the soul. It is a disaster
    • that the different religions and the different sages who came from the different
    • development, became only the human soul because it constitutes something even
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    • but compares this animal with other animals and observes how these organs came
    • single wave is an image of the human being. Everybody who became engrossed in
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    • peculiar that just the science of the 19th century became absolutely powerless
    • became apparent that the three decades of the spiritistic movement from 1840
    • mental influence of a watchmaker as little as the human soul came into being
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    • Then another way came with our calendar.
    • these prejudices came from. When in the first centuries of our calendar the
    • Then another time came in the development
    • of the West, in which one started looking for truth scientifically. There came
    • since the 16th century sense-perception became decisive for truth; what one
    • always only Swedenborg speaking; he did not hear answering. The case became
    • Then Swedenborg came back and said to the friend: excuse that I let you wait.
    • It became apparent there that with the experiments at which also scholars were
    • facts may be there, whichever reasons of these facts may be there, it became
    • proofs became just a child of the natural sciences of the materialistic time.
    • came in along with other people. Some people may say about these matters: Kerner
    • What came up in this time could not be favourable to the pneumatologists. Hence,
    • — to the field by my parents. There came a snake. I attacked it with the
    • in a God who allows that I experience such a thing? He said to himself. He became
    • the ability of trance and became one of the most fertile spiritistic writers.
    • those who understand nothing of the matter can say that he became mad when he
    • A European impulse came to the American
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    • theses of people who became quite well-behaved and competent scholars of the
    • healings became a public scandal. People said to themselves: these must be no
    • woman felt the influence, became stiff, stood up from the chair and stamped
    • and the crisis came.
    • came from. It does not depend at all on the experiments; the experiments are
    • it was a certain Stone who caused great sensation and became a talking point.
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    • state a lot of other similar researches which should teach how religion came
    • our earth. If its abilities came from distant worlds, they would not fit into
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    • is not born only out of Catholicism. It came into being as an external law,
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    • to the point in time when probably the first life came into being on earth.
    • Haeckel attempts it. He shows how the earth came from a fire-liquid state, cooled
    • off bit by bit, became more solid, how then water could form and collect, and
    • This is what he wanted to oppose to all older convictions: that life once came
    • This thinking was spiritual, which came about by intuition, by a kind of mental
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    • have to be spelt with two d’s, as if it came from Buddha, but with one
    • it became necessary to wake up the spiritual life in humankind as a counterbalance
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    • Then came the modern age where men do not feel any obligation, even
    • who became Buddha, was born into the royal house of Suddhodana and
    • became Buddha in the twenty-ninth year of his life, so that he did not
    • Event. Christ did not come from another human individuality, He came
    • macrocosmic being who became connected with the earth for the first
    • when Gautama Buddha became Buddha this Bodhisattva individuality was
    • taken from the earth, and a new Bodhisattva became active. He is the
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    • stream that came from the East and mingled with Western culture ceased
    • Gospel, which came to significant expression in the Christmas message:
    • became Buddha, not even in Goethe! You know, though,
    • He relates that there once lived a great teacher who became the
    • as the Bodhisattva became Buddha, another attained to the rank of
    • Gautama, the Bodhisattva who became Buddha. He will continue to work
    • Buddha became enlightened under the bodhi tree, he will become a
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    • knowledge of their age and the twelve tendencies of thought, came
    • thirteenth came to join the twelve. The thirteenth did not become a
    • measure, his physical forces drained away. It came to the point where
    • After a few days the body of the thirteenth became quite transparent,
    • youth. His body, too, came to life now in such a way that this revival
    • could only be done in that way. Thus came the symbolic figures and
    • Yet it continued to work as an etheric body, and it then became part
    • Rosenkreutz became ever stronger and mightier from century to century.
    • who became his pupils. From the fourteenth century onwards Christian
    • Unveiled, came from the strength radiating from his etheric
    • materialism it became more and more difficult for inspiration to come
    • about in the rosicrucian way. Then in the nineteenth century came the
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    • At that time hardly anyone else came to know Christian Rosenkreutz
    • of the dissolution process again became a pious prayer, and the
    • became aware of his connection with all the forces of the macrocosm.
    • question had perhaps succumbed, became single-hued as a result of the
    • it became the colour of copper — pure, divine thoughts —
    • became permeated with purity, love and the will to sacrifice, and by
    • became acquainted with our own forces of growth and decay. The
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    • concepts first become hazy. It is as if they became transmuted into a
    • Whereas at an earlier period, when Christ came down to the earth in a
    • individuality who became the Buddha at that time had not already been
    • incarnations — and then he became a Buddha. But the situation is
    • humanity in physical form — became thereby vacant for a certain
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    • people how they came into their present occupations. You may be sure
    • the fact, that after constant efforts, a boy still became angry, he
    • himself became so angry that he threw the ink bottle at the child's
    • Bodhisattva, when the preceding Bodhisattva became a Buddha, and who
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    • nevertheless became a theosophist later on. That is a short-sighted,
    • spiritual world. When this Bodhisattva became Buddha he was succeeded
    • He became the bearer of Christ at the baptism by John in the Jordan.
    • content of these mysteries became reality on the physical plane. What
    • subsequent happenings, now became reality. Thus the Christ Mystery had
    • ceremonies of the ancient mysteries, before it became, once and once
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    • a council of twelve wise men came together. All the spiritual
    • world, he came under no influence save theirs; they cared for all his
    • within him as the fruit of many incarnations came to expression, too,
    • body became marvelously transparent. He grew up and developed in such
    • that the warning came from the spiritual world, and secondly, that
    • small circle and through certain circumstances came into the hands of
    • what came into existence in this way was such that one man could
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    • spirituality, who came together in order to further the progress of
    • body became transparent, as though filled with light. Then there came
    • This new impulse also came to expression in the exoteric world. The
    • primitive clairvoyance. This clairvoyance became progressively
    • in the ego. The crisis came about because of the darkening of the
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    • came from any physical voice.
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    • another again. To these seven came four others. In the soul of the
    • soul of the twelfth. In these twelve men who came together to perform
    • possible again, a thirteenth came in remarkable circumstances to the
    • his body became more delicate — more and more delicate, until at
    • became aware of certain influences emanating from a remarkable
    • became harmonious. What had happened? I will tell you the reason for
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    • came upon the scene with men like Copernicus,
    • feet when Copernicus came forward with the doctrine that the earth is
    • words of the Gloria came from Buddha who was working in the astral
    • The forces that made him the astronomer he was, came to him from Mars!
    • to expression in Copernicanism. When these conditions came into force
    • We have thus placed before our souls a picture of what came to pass
    • thus bringing about a consummation of what came to pass in the sixth
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    • knowledge of law and mathematics was necessary. He became a
    • actually became a delight in this career for those whom he
    • of this career, not only in full theory and practice came to be
    • mathematical imagination became a great poem which filled him
    • became the expression of divine creation, divine thought as it
    • power and crystallize out there. Mathematics became for his
    • Goethe had. Goethe came to it through a regulated, out of a
    • Novalis and thus the night from this perspective became
    • During his stay in Grüningen he became acquainted with a
    • lives of various beings. She became ill and soon died. The
    • Sophie von Kühn came a force which he had in his own soul
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    • being of Spirit and Soul, became an object of fear and dread. That is
    • world; Lucifer became a much feared and avoided figure in the Middle
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    • came about in the Seth period. But between the times of Adam and Seth
    • and Abel. They came between and represent a transitional stage. They
    • became a man on the physical plane. That was the male characteristic.
    • The brain became male,
    • the deeper nature became female. Mankind
    • this separation, it came about that in the
    • identical copies of their parents and became differentiated. I would
    • committed itself to the earth. Cain was the one who became a tiller
    • service of God. It became a sin for such a dedicated one to have
    • Nazareth and the Buddhi principle itself became present on the earth
    • they became unable to move. They could only be lamed in this manner
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    • that they became the expression of the eternal. One who could give
    • time, which came to an end in 60
    • he became truly a Priest of the Sun.
    • so that Christianity came as a redemption.
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    • insolent. Prometheus became the protagonist of man. He pondered how
    • as human incarnation came about; incarnation in the sense in which
    • development not on the earth only, but who came to earth with fully
    • came to expression in the saga of Prometheus. Prometheus
    • time became involved in time. Chronos (Time) was the leader of the
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    • fraternity, through whom it then became generally known to the
    • united himself with Eve and from this union came Abel.
    • union came Seth, also mentioned in the Bible,
    • Out of Seth's line came Solomon, who excelled in
    • everything which came from Yahveh. He was endowed with the wisdom of
    • Now came
    • invulnerable to the flames. Hiram did as he was advised and came to
    • Then came
    • had been bestowed on mankind from above, became passionless and
    • detached, and was merged with the element which came to the earth
    • describe in a few words how this Christian Rosenkreutz came to repeat
    • beginning. It was when Christianity became political that the
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    • opportunity for this came about as Hiram-Abiff was about to fulfil his
    • Queen Balkis then met again outside the city. She became his wife,
    • the expression ‘Freemason’ came into use. Before that
    • significance as the world became rationalistic. It had its meaning
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    • knowledge of this original insight was gradually lost. Thus it came
    • or not. From that it became clear that there are two tendencies, a
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    • who later became one of the most advanced German Freemasons. The Landgrave
    • King Misraim who came from Assyria — from the Orient — and, after the
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    • outstanding defenders of Troy, who afterwards came over to Italy.
    • war, through which Rome became great. Under the fourth king, Ancus
    • she saw an image of gold and ivory. She came to unite herself with
    • to be the one who was predestined for her. King Solomon now became
    • a voice from the centre of the earth. This came from Cain himself,
    • disarray and chaos came into the world. Wishes, desires and emotions
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    • Ancient Judaism became quite clear, at a
    • such as ‘Elohim’ or ‘Adonai’, came
    • It was in the time of Solomon that ancient Judaism came to the holiness
    • earthly existence. Man came by the waters of the astral world, and
    • humanity, and is inserted here as something which only came to
    • Epochs. *See scheme at the end of the notes to lecture 10. It came
    • teaching concerning the course of evolution came into the world
    • to legend we have two different currents when humanity came to the
    • man on his feet again. Now those who came into the world as the
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    • building the Temple. But then something peculiar came to light. It
    • bridge. Here it was little valued until the Queen of Sheba came; as
    • Pauline principle, the principle of grace came to man, giving him the
    • the law sin came into the world.’
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    • life thereby became different. At this point death made its entry,
    • longer the whole living [process]. This kind of death came in for the
    • the notes to lecture 10] came under the rule of the Wise, after the
    • came to be built up out of cosmic forces which flowed into it out of
    • etheric substance; and then came the Father, who controls physical
    • then Father. The first gleam of wisdom came during the fourth
    • Word became entombed in the earth. It will be resurrected again when
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    • became his own — as he reached out beyond himself in his feelings and
    • dead, the astral body came to be formed by its autonomous forces.
    • Through this means the Mystery of Golgotha became historically
    • writing yet — there was only tradition. Then came the second, third
    • formerly guarded within the occult brotherhoods, and people only came
    • progressed further and further, there came a time when, within his
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    • also came to be compiled and to be circulated.
    • were represented. For the separation into two sexes only came later;
    • of outward principle. Then came the civilisation of the second
    • Now we want to clarify how that came about. It
    • came about thus: in the beginning, before there was a separate male
    • Now came
    • development originated. This duality came about thus: first, the
    • everything, the spiritual. The division of the two sexes came about
    • priestly wisdom came the Bible; in this way the Bible came to be a
    • But now the Queen of Sheba came to Solomon's court and a kind of
    • came streaming together like ants. Through this she [was so impressed
    • whom he had refused to make into Masters, came to Solomon's aid. Now
    • feast, at which Solomon became intoxicated, the Queen of Sheba took
    • wisdom came to be made known.
    • became necessary for the whole female sex to be excluded from
    • matter rests thus, that a part of what came to be accomplished by the
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    • wants to understand why this segregation really became habitual, one
    • recapitulation in planetary events. Before the present earth became
    • sex only, and then became two-sexed. That had a great influence on
    • power out. Thus woman became dependent on man. It was Lucifer who led
    • connection in images; ancient priestly traditions became the content
    • wonderful building could result from human wisdom. Hiram came and
    • woman. Thus did the Cult of Mary spring out of monasticism. This came
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    • example, the fourth Sub Race, from which our Race came, developed
    • accepted. Then came a radical change; people were educated in the
    • senses. The law then came to be developed in the Roman nation; this
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    • sermon a man came to him in the sacristy and said that he was a
    • account divulge what happened next — it became too terrible —
    • of priests; a cardinal presided. [The Congress became a major coup
    • the author claims that Adam became the first Freemason. One can hardly
    • Then came
    • what he himself has done nothing to produce, which came into
    • it came from Nature! And what happened then? Look back to the
    • old Freemasonry came into the open in the social sphere with the
    • which they became a coordinated structure, just as the profusion of
    • Freemasonry, a double life was led; the great ideas which came to
    • was seen as the female current; the Freemasons considered what came
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    • who were also away from Paris; how all his feelings came to
    • withheld from me; we went on; nobody came out; the driver
    • maid who came towards us deathly white, with the cry:
    • that came over his face when he saw the dead Marquess and
    • became so strong in me that I cried out because I could
    • or came slowly towards me, stood beside the bed, as
    • Marquess would call me to him. Although he came no more
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    • friend, and when her consciousness first came to itself at
    • overwhelming fear came over her. It was no longer the
    • for a glimmer of light; but none came. the light from the
    • He came still nearer and stretched his hand closer to
    • eyes, shining arms came forth from her own arms, shining
    • not in my consciousness when the words were coined. It came
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    • this circle came and explained that he must withdraw again.
    • individuality who became, in an outstanding degree, what
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    • the soul-spiritual world before it came in to a particular
    • Christian centuries came out of the Orient. One actually learnt
    • These souls appeared in the people who became the American
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    • where small groups came together and work was done by these
    • left in peace in those days, but anyway the attacks came, I
    • During conversations it also came out that Max Dessoir soon
    • Diederichs. I once came across a collection which Diederichs
    • out of which nothing came because obviously, nothing could come
    • supporter articles a really well written one came from a man,
    • amiss when the opportunity came along for me to utter some
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    • same’, then came to Nietzsche the appalling tragedy of his life. He
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    • appeared there also came out Haeckel's
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    • came to be used later, more or less for popular presentation. The actual
    • discoveries were made in science that in a certain sense came to be
    • half of a sphere into the other. He came to visualize a hypothetical
    • something has flowed into this that came from a great, far-seeing mind
    • by Goethe when he came to evolve his plastic vision of the plant world
    • it was healthy. Yet Goethe, too, inevitably came to create images of
    • of the sources of anthroposophical knowledge will show that when I came
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    • of resources became tribal economy, national economy and finally world
    • That is how I came
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    • his own people with such strange hardness that he became a
    • which they became aware of the important event that was
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    • Pragmatism, which came from America, pronounced the view: if we
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    • sense. We realise that Goethe became so fertile by the way of
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    • this creation the human being originated, how he came to the
    • school. What became a whole this way cannot be believed to be
    • about the matters. Now the times came when a new aurora arose
    • came into conflict with the teachings of Aristotle's strict
    • how the progress became only possible because the spiritual
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    • sense came up, which could not endure that anything topped the
    • became flesh; it walked around in Palestine in the beginning of
    • so-called new research about the event of Damascus? Saul became
    • body. It came later; hence, it is less condensed. The astral
    • which the human being became the modern self-conscious being,
    • immersed in the body. It was composed, before he became an
    • the ego. Moses became the great precursor bringing the
    • visible in thinking. Then the time came when the Mystery of
    • sense of the John Gospel: the ego became flesh in the body of
    • height on which he stands today. The primal force became a
    • human being; the human being became a divine being and walked
    • the time came now when humankind came to the event of Golgotha
    • however, that that which prepared in the Old Testaments became
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    • came back, he said to me on my question, why he had to go in
    • are able to form an opinion about what he said when he came
    • became able to make gold, while he transformed a certain amount
    • present at such a performance. Now the truth became known. S.
    • The atoms became real idols which one adored.
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    • not know where from the illness came. Then it became apparent
    • was deflected to the inside and came in a rush, it can be on
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    • later became very odious to Tolstoy and against which he fought
    • 1854, when he became a soldier, full of zest for action, to
    • — Therefore, Tolstoy came so far to search for a
    • He became religious in certain way, although the outer forms
    • Thus, he came, while all these things flocked together, to the
    • which came up to him. There we have a representative of our
    • the present. Hence, we have not to be surprised that he became
    • bridges with iron and steel bridges, that he became the man who
    • houses became insolvent, because they demised to the sons.
    • Tolstoy. To such things, he came, and in such things, one must
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    • invention. Then he came back and said, he could speak the
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • At the important moments of his life, he came back repeatedly
    • Goethe came then back to Frankfurt and met thoughtful human
    • the mood came over him: go beyond the mere striving for
    • he came to Strasbourg. He met persons there who had to interest
    • penetrating, sharp mind, and as a practical one. Goethe became,
    • (1564–1593, English dramatist), and who became a living problem
    • called a theologian, but became a man of the world and was
    • all who linked to the culture of Zarathustra Ahriman became
    • picture of the biggest! — Goethe already became an
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    • others came who said: however, history shows us that nothing
    • mental pictures. There Nietzsche became confused. What made him
    • Wagner. Now Nietzsche became confused by the whole perspective,
    • praxis became theory to him. This was wonderfully expressed in
    • became a creed to him; he has familiarised himself with it that
    • it became his tragedy. It expresses that everything that was
    • super-human. — Thus, the human being became to him a
    • Golgotha, the symbol of death became the symbol of redemption.
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    • became a living creature (soul).” A certain organisation
    • intelligence invaded the human being as it were, and he became
    • where from I came, I have gained the physical world, however, I
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    • horrors, so that they became the loathing of the people in many
    • became historical fact. In the old mysteries, the initiate was
    • physical, this ego became understandable to the human being by
    • drotten mysteries. Thereby they became completely aware of the
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    • for it is exactly (isn't it?) as if someone suddenly became rigid or
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    • born when we became conscious for the first time — for
    • human beings came to Earth and passed through the gates of
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    • presuppose that the world came into being by chance — an exceedingly
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    • or deadness. It may be that the falsity was inherent, or else became
    • He goes on to say, “The concept which only became a false one
    • out only when human learning became convinced that neither the devil
    • The individual who went uneducated became what he is as a result of
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    • return to the place they came from. And it is due to the possibility
    • too, that a tremendous number of those who became members turned later
    • (the shrub, not the berry; “baccalaureus” became in
    • “bachelor”) became the “vegetable of fame”
    • later became a chastity symbol, was more easily acquired in Germany
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    • There he came to a peculiar view that one
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    • Those who became leaders in ancient times had to exceed certain
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    • This became different in modern times; also
    • being became a riddle to himself, while he started now feeling
    • to England because he had been pursued in France and became
    • became a more and more ardent and biased confessor of the
    • became engrossed especially in scientific studies that should
    • poetry. They came to life in the poems of Homer! We see in the
    • came;
    • and to whom the old traditional powers became abstract which
    • so that the priest came along to give him
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    • ancestor,” but they only became similar to the humans
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    • between a man and a horse came about. It was a far more
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    • contains moral and spiritual forces, which became firmly
    • assessment. Everything that came from the world had to find the
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    • in a technical school from 1854 until 1868, when he became abbot. He
    • certain laws concerning heredity, which became the foundation
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    • meetings, it truly became possible to work out to a large
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    • years when it was standing, the Goetheanum gradually came to be
    • formation of this association and became a leading member of
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    • people became clever. And as they became clever, they began not
    • doing anything. He just did something else. So the time became
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    • Hence it also once came about that starting
    • Hindus, a mixture of Mongolian and Caucasian. Hence came the
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    • materialism only became external nature's concepts — but
    • only came about in the last third of the 19th
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    • view of this human side. And there it became clear to me that
    • remained. And starker and starker became the abyss, deeper and
    • deeper became this abyss between the production aiming for
    • economic realm. And from these questions it became clear to me
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    • who through their karma came to a lecture and who then went away saying:
    • came in contact with the citizens (let us remember the bell, signalling
    • it never became itself an apparatus of productivity. The whole system
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    • life, became one of our members and died before the first half of her
    • were into her body, which became weak and ill because of the
    • approaching death. In the measure in which the body became more sick
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    • of their speaking was inspired by immediate impulses which came to them
    • their souls merely what came to them and stirred them on the physical
    • without, must now spring up within. For this reason Christ came to
    • forgotten’ by us, but she became what a human individual can
    • that he became clairvoyant. Now we may say: the time has come when
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    • the staff twice; thereupon much water came forth, and the congregation
    • came to the candidates for initiation in the Mysteries. But when we
    • then that became darkened in the course of man's evolutionary path over
    • outside the earth. But He Who had been outside the earth came upon the
    • that was liberated from the body. And what came to pass through this?
    • given when God became man in Christ Jesus. And the guarantee that we
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    • even to-day how at that time a fact came before my soul which may
    • called ‘Lucifer,’ came into being. At that time I wrote an
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    • think that I may do anything, and that Christ only came into the world
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    • Luciferic temptation came, the progressive gods were obliged to place
    • which the Christ came to us at the time of the baptism by John in
    • Jordan. Whence did Christ come? He came from those spheres which had
    • into human evolution — He became Man.
    • the epoch when the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass a certain stage had
    • for the whole of humanity, for the humanity of the earth. Christ became
    • disposed of the popular belief of the Middle Ages, that Christ came
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    • then being born. It is well-known how quickly after Christianity came
    • what has flowed into the entire Old Testament revelation came to expression
    • and esotericism sprang what became Christianity.
    • at the time when Christianity came into being? Where was the expression
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    • it came between the thirty-fifth and the forty-second year. During the
    • that earlier age ever came to form such concepts. A modern person can
    • gnostic thinking came face to face with the Mystery of Golgotha. Now
    • who in his youth became acquainted with gnostic Manichaeism, but could
    • forming primitive concepts. These became more and more primitive. Even
    • essential fact is that humanity became more and more incapable of taking
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    • the earth that became known to him when he passed through the “gate
    • was to become acquainted with man himself. He came to know in himself
    • sky, one might say, through knowledge of himself. He came to know how
    • the whole zodiac he came to know the full effect of any outer impression
    • concepts). In this way the neophyte came to know himself, and thereby
    • time, in duration. He came to know something that extends into the sense
    • was raised to the consciousness of the fourth stage: he became what
    • Naturally, only a few selected individuals became Christ-bearers. Moreover,
    • their God. This is the way they became Christ-bearers. They knew that
    • human being was hollowed out; he became hollow. And it is important
    • Mysteries. What a neophyte in those days became at the fourth stage,
    • The man of old, when he was initiated, really became a Christophorus.
    • within himself that Being Who became the Light-of-the-World Being. When
    • came to a kind of pause in the evolution of humanity. In the nineteenth
    • that famous conversation between Goethe and Schiller as they came from
    • second stage of the Egyptian royal initiation a man came into a state
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    • and in the other religious books of the various peoples, came from supersensible
    • heads today came from ancient vision, that is, from atavistic supersensible
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    • faithful as dogma. Interpretation of the Gospels became more and more
    • Then it became more and
    • of belief yesterday.) It is not surprising that it gradually came about
    • change came. At this point, then, something special had to become manifest;
    • until he became a “Christophorus.” These events, as I described
    • it. Afterward he came to the ocean, reaching a place that various
    • how a strong temptation came to him — inevitable, of course, at
    • became a different man, how he became a participant in the spiritual
    • consciously, as an event of destiny that came to him.
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    • gone quite well. But they did not go that way: he became a so-called
    • what is discharged into the soul below. And so he became the cause of
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    • long since present within her to whatever came toward her from the outer
    • our esoteric movement. That is how this strange state of affairs came
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    • given by one of our members, and came home saying, “Well, I learned
    • that even before we became spiritual scientists, we were people with
    • came and went. The door opened, and in came a man who had on some kind
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    • That kind of association can be dissolved at any moment. But if it became
    • came up with was that a human being was a living being with two legs
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    • of a career in academic science when he became clairvoyant— only
    • Whenever Swedenborg's gift of clairvoyance became active, he immediately
    • had another experience that led to an additional insight. He came to
    • who later became the Christ, are a category of beings who had a particular
    • as we do today, how it came about that we perceive as we do. It came
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    • As you can see, this has something to do with why Goesch came up with
    • what this theory became in Miss Sprengel's confused mind with the help
    • a similar involvement in Freudian psychoanalysis. They came from the
    • of the seal,” came out, but since it sank down into Goesch's unconscious,
    • it was masked by the whole theory that came to light in his letter.
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    • he does compare it to the behavior of someone else who came to him as
    • who made it clear to him that they came from Mars. These beings were
    • the Mars forces came into play…
    • have remained empty, but only to a certain extent. When he came into
    • human one and came about because his sexuality extended to include his
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    • However, if now a physicist came and said,
    • ether became a kind of magician and explainer. What happens, if
    • now a physicist came and said that certain things within the
    • can completely disregard what he became later.
    • became so strong that it changed over to the opposite. There
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    • say: he performed great achievements, but later he became
    • Then the scientific view of the human being came that was based on
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    • arising which became then medical science and philosophy,
    • when he came to the university later he could not familiarise
    • he became more and more aware that, actually, one could bring
    • debates became heated. There, for example, the others talked in
    • became completely one with the illness he faced.
    • bank for a while, became a doctor of medicine, and wanted to
    • which Paracelsus came. If one thinks about what induced it, one
    • primitive way as Paracelsus was. Hence, Faust became a figure
    • sixteenth century. That is why for Paracelsus that became more
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    • had no idea where from the man came — he approached King
    • brought to the altar. It should became obvious whether really
    • reading the following place in the Bible: “Ahab came
    • We know, this was a foreboding that came
    • When the carriage was washed, the dogs came along and licked
    • Ahab's blood. When in the course of the events Jehu became King
    • said, 'The spirit has settled on Elisha.' They came to meet
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    • when the human being became a being, Klaatsch thinks, that
    • birth, but came from the spiritual world also as now he also
    • However, we would realise that he came originally from the
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    • ideas that spread out as the popular ones and became then the
    • intervenes, became an object of faith for the medieval view,
    • the end, something else. It became obvious, when one attempted
    • the human soul became ripe for “self-initiation,”
    • what came by the Christ impulse into the human
    • principle became historical, as I have shown. The Mystery of
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    • the human being became aware of the logical laws, actually,
    • came into being.
    • being who imagined the new in the old kind became aware of them
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    • became weaker and weaker in the course of human development.
    • sophistically, so that those who came then, Kepler, Galilei,
    • with Aristotle became immediate, lively, spiritual reality with
    • a while and became a worldly man and doctor The latter
    • spiritual-mental of the universe that he became an interpreter,
    • we understand the necessity by which the age of Copernicus came
    • as if from a former life on earth that came over which appears
    • logic compared with the contents of his teaching that came from
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    • their result became effective in his consciousness as we shall
    • peculiar way became a precursor of Darwin. You find the whole
    • becoming of the human being became evidence of the universally
    • This body was still an imperfect tool for the mind and became a
    • all those who became bearers of such ideas which were matters
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    • came to the fore, as it were, and they absorbed the very impulses which
    • barbarian tribes came over from the East to the South West, and that
    • it from outside, which came from some other cultural task of humanity,
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    • by the capitalists. They became the contractors and employers, and from
    • Than came the modern catastrophe,
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    • mantle of air became to him a big organism, also the whole
    • became a Capuchin and priest he described that in his nice
    • smooth with him, became so tired that she could no longer walk,
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    • that what came out with Goethe as this or that force of his
    • soul became emptiness that “sucks” in certain
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    • senses showed, but that it overcame it courageously. If one
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    • underestimate today. But if anybody came and said to me: Goethe
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    • disappointments. He overcame these disappointments by education
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    • became known that Raymond Lodge was photographed with his
    • descriptions of the medium arrived. Now this became of course
    • directly: nobody could know anything of it, something came from
    • they came later. The view of Oliver Lodge and his family is
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    • Then there came the other immense achievements. We only need to
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    • wonderfully. This went down a level to the son, became
    • and the mother prevented that the son became a master
    • so that he could become what he became — Goethe could
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    • it embryonically became fruit, enjoyed life. Then, however, it
    • should be stimulated to his mission by the fact that he became
    • the human consciousness the views became more and more abstract
    • one of the soul forces made itself so effective that it became
    • am,” a new element in the development of humanity came
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    • Thus, astronomical knowledge became an ideal in the course of
    • bodies. Thus, astronomical knowledge became something that
    • regard the extrusion of the moon as such a process that became
    • — what became only possible with the extrusion of the
    • moon — the condition of forces came into being which
    • sun that force system came about which made it possible that
    • consciousness became possible by the repulsion of the earth
    • came with him, that he overcame those worldviews, which still
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    • nor to the other brother. One of the brothers became
    • ancestor; but the ape became degenerate; the human being is the
    • became degenerate, and forms the present great apes. These
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    • struggle for existence became the slogan of the researchers.
    • that then became the primitive state. You could study that it
    • existence. Thereby the earth, this physical plane, became
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • physical world became a discernible world for the human being,
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    • in a bigger scale. Then there came the second colony, which was
    • — that also this desire and impulse came into the human
    • development came only from the fact that the human beings did
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    • came to light that he had just an abnormally small brain, a
    • pre-educational background; however, the women came with an
    • of women's rights came to this direction only in the second
    • anybody has a bad temper, this became apparent early on and has
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    • had to develop to lower stages, they became decadent, and they
    • current that did not progress so far which came maybe only to
    • The body, the brain became the tool of the intellectual life
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    • from which central site the great sages came who went to the
    • came out of it, the great teacher of the Greek people. That man
    • came out of it who illuminates the future, whose religion
    • became things and the human soul afterwards found the words out
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    • it became apparent that these tribes had become strong because
    • People came from Scotland, France, and Russia, from everywhere
    • of the members of such a guild came into being that way. One
    • spiritual life became more and more abstract. Morality and
    • the Middle Ages to show how the practice became so strong just
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    • from deep inner reasons of existence as he came to the
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    • soul. Then a moment came in this prehistoric time, a great
    • souls possible. The sun became significant for growth and
    • active in his soul. While the human being became this being on
    • earth, he became dependent on that effect of the sun, which it
    • beyond the everyday feeling, where he came to a higher mental
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    • three and a half days, they were dead, so to speak, they came
    • a great individuality came who carried out this great event on
    • the teachings of wisdom of the various religions became fact in
    • could say more of himself. He became that which is expressed in
    • became visible because of the event in Palestine.
    • came out to the public, and we have in the newer time in
    • Christianity the truth that became person, life, and existence.
    • mental-spiritual life. However, this certainty came from the
    • science was also gradually deepened again. Science became
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    • which became more perfect bit by bit. The imperfect savage with
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    • bank and became a worldly person. A worldly person was such a
    • the bad. Therefore, Lucifer, the light bearer, became the
    • Hence, the Christian virtue became the virtues of community,
    • knowledge. Just as the law or commandment became internal in
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    • characteristic how Schuré came to that which should
    • that he wanted to show how this Greek tragedy came into being
    • Inkling became reality to him, and with it, he could find the
    • however, the mother of the gods, Hera, became inflamed with
    • as the strength of our mind. So that the human being became
    • the human being became productive spiritual-mentally because he
    • Thereby the human being became capable of self-consciousness
    • — was dismissed from the hands of the gods and became his
    • human being became independent. Then the human being faces us
    • the divine soul. Now, after the human being became independent,
    • say: in Christ, the god appeared who became a human being who
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    • their thinking and became companions of spiritual beings that
    • higher. Then he became wise. One calls him with a symbolic
    • the world. There the giant Mimir came to him and gave him a
    • came into being from Vidya of the enclosing Brahman. There we
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    • that thinking to which the 18th century came and beyond which
    • became the essentials in the further development of Kant's
    • and less; instead, the personality became more and more
    • him. Mineralogy and geology became a runic science to him, and
    • completely became imagination in Novalis because they cast
    • writings, where he became independent, he works so strongly on
    • basis of his theosophical investigating. Therefore, he came so
    • thinker Jacob Boehme. He became engrossed in him, and thus he
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    • a matter, how it just became clear due to the investigations of
    • the course of development when a race came up for which the
    • there came another time. The common possession that at the same
    • There came a new world order with the new gods who are
    • her. Once, it was right that Valkyries came down to the
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    • he came to the Holy Grail, he found King Amfortas bleeding at
    • dove came down and sat down on the head, and a voice spoke from
    • cast out, something came to his soul that must come to every
    • came into being in the middle of the Middle Ages. This mighty
    • became with it the mission of the liberation of the human being
    • something out of art again that came close to religion, he
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    • Paracelsus. Other things still came into consideration in his
    • starry heaven, became engrossed in the construction of the
    • longer see the connection between a medicament and an illness
    • could say to him. The instinct of the simple man became to him
    • which he has become a benefactor of humanity who overcame so
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    • independence appeared in this human being. That came during the
    • fourth day, and the clairvoyant human being became aware of
    • idea taken from the material world, so that he himself became a
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    • opposition to all that came into existence through
    • thought, a new conception of the world, came too. If the
    • because of its general human quality, became — one
    • Goetheanism, asking from an impulse that became more and
    • “Yes, when we see these camels that we must send
    • teachers and then letting them loose like camels among
    • the best examinations were the greatest camels. Ah! but
    • became parasitic because it was not absorbed; it was
    • the people finally became theosophists in well-heated
    • became a little but not much better, and then not by any
    • and came out again after sundown. Ah, it was easy to
    • as that which actually came to pass was entirely
    • You must indeed ask, How is that possible? It only became
    • economic relations. For the change all came to expression
    • is the way men came gradually to talk spout the State,
    • without one's having anything to do about it: that became
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    • oneself. He mistakes the lack of knowledge that became
    • Ernst Mach, who from a natural researcher became a
    • is not unlike Mauthner's except that he came less to
    • what became of the world-conception of this Ernst Mach,
    • solid Bourgeois teacher? What became of it? It became the
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    • “Sin came through law, not law through sin.
    • words originally came, the course of action which should
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    • hearts. These objections came from deep sensations. Among them,
    • writing, a doctor, had to experience that many persons came to
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    • prepared itself slowly. In the 19th century, one came with it
    • It became obvious that many former conjectures had to disappear
    • came with the overabundant wealth of facts that show how the
    • research came along forming a bridge between history and
    • is nothing, actually. — Briefly, the empty space became the
    • Then another party came
    • of matter came about. He admits that matter must have been
    • canals into the souls. Thus, the elements and atoms became a
    • became uncertain in their view that the atoms are something
    • that also that which was thought out became something material,
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    • each other. They came from a talk of the society of naturalists
    • Thus, everything came to
    • life that was around the pupil, it became Imagination. Where he
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    • imprinted so deeply that it became hereditary and was simply
    • separated with a closed door. It became apparent that the
    • behaved less suitably became extinct gradually. With those,
    • were transmitted; they became habits, desires, and instincts.
    • The animal realm became
    • He says of the cuttlefish that it became the tongue. He had
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    • industriousness became parasites of the colony. There he said
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    • the condensing water vapour on camera. Assume that you have a
    • from the astral human being only a part became material and
    • their life until our time and that is why they became
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    • Dr. Bock, and Herr Kühn, came to me early in February and decided
    • work to associations became the aim of another class who, through the
    • collected, exclusive of those in Switzerland and Vienna. The news came
    • towards reality wherever it came to my notice. I have described to you
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    • then what is now the State will die out and the people will have became
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    • Then came those who carried this to its logical conclusion end said:
    • So that is no good. — For this reason they became Impressionists;
    • happens within. These became Expressionists.
    • of conceiving how the Christ had lived in Jesus. Thus men's ideas became
    • the world of the senses; they became limited to what merely concerned
    • became class-consciousness, and thus we see that since they had nothing
    • about in the same way throughout all States. Hence came the formation
    • of the needs of this class. Hence came the struggle when we tried to
    • When the time came that leaders of Catholicism could no longer deny
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    • a men like Johann Gottlieb Fichte came to think out a social system
    • came at the end of yesterday's lecture. Whoever has had experience of
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    • talk of the coming League of Nations. You know that this idea came from
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    • and thus, while he was still almost a child, he came into touch
    • spiritual permeation of humanity — all this came into
    • lives certainly became different; but in their
    • Goethe this force of soul became still greater, and yet he
    • to Frankfort, where he became acquainted with Fräulein von
    • Goethe's life became; for the way in which we receive an
    • Goethe was strictly continued. Then again, in 1775, there came,
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    • special Karma, the human beings whom he came near during his
    • examination. All this became in him a rich
    • experiences became the ideas which Goethe thundered forth
    • came to expression in this work of Jakob Boehme's. It is only
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    • Thus when Spir became aware
    • came to Leipzig in the mid 1860s but then wrote all his works in that
    • within him but it came to expression colored by the world conceptions
    • in the external world is semblance, illusion, it was because he became
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    • mankind, breathed into man the breath of life and he became a living
    • of Golgotha. This is because the brain and not the breath became the
    • developed higher up in man's organism and became related to the head
    • influence the process of breathing became dulled as I have just described.
    • conscious of His withdrawal with every exhalation. But Lucifer became
    • of human evolution in the moment it became possible to include the Mystery
    • his strength. Ahriman cannot alter the fact that Christ came into the
    • the pain first came about. Let us now imagine that it is not a question
    • became painful whenever the sun rose. At these places the tissue was
    • ages and the healing resulted in the formation of the eyes; they came
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    • the one hand this artistic influence came to expression in everything
    • into wrong channels. She had a keen sense of discernment when it came
    • mobility and strength Johanna Arnold became a benefactress to the Anthroposophists
    • our movement she became a dear friend. During these last years since
    • Hermann Bahr came to the conclusion that there must be impulses in man
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    • live again in a body which is subject to birth and death. This became
    • united Himself with those earthly forces which came to dominate man's
    • drew near, man's body became more and more larva-like and as a consequence
    • Christ came in order that man should not be lost to the earth. Had the
    • the writer's description: “On to the platform came a medium-sized,
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha came about through direct experience. At
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    • that man, when he came into the world through the first Adam, beheld
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    • the Hierarchy of the Angeloi and that he recorded what came from a higher
    • who made it available to wider circles in Germany. Henry More became
    • cultivated today. The way the spirit came to expression in Luther will
    • Then came — and here
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    • science reveals that at this time the human soul came completely within
    • It became a great riddle for Luther how the human beings of the fifth
    • for us is the one that came to expression in the German classical period:
    • His vivid experience came to expression in his words, for he strove
    • to fall and break his leg; when the doctor came he was told that he
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    • of the stars and planets which one became familiar with in
    • non-coincidence became particularly noticeable at certain
    • crystalline vessels became transformed for him in such a way
    • externally today. The moment he saw this he became a priest in
    • Then came the mysteries which are reflected in the modem mass.
    • came down from above as a gift of grace. This was the third
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    • directly upon the auditor's whole soul mood, so that he became
    • became permeated with feelings of eternity. This permeation
    • ones became manifest indirectly in what was spoken into the
    • gradually became something which made qualified people aware of
    • Hence it gradually came about that the act of consecration of
    • man or mass became something that the priest celebrated,
    • came one day and said: A Christian renewal must occur. You felt
    • that Christ came into earth life in a real cosmic and tellurian
    • came up in this or that epoch, people always tried to find out
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    • However, it was this astral body which became receptive for
    • the way of preparatory exercises. It became receptive for the
    • became receptive for apocalyptic things.
    • first cosmic human germ on Saturn, which became the present
    • when he listened to someone. He became alive inwardly and he
    • clouds, which could give us wonderful things, suddenly became
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    • man once came to me near the end of his life who was trying
    • which Christ came.
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    • frame of mind was different in these early times than it became
    • a priest did with someone who came to him with some kind of
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    • When someone became initiated in the ancient mysteries, one of
    • These pathogenic substances came from materialism, for it was
    • when Michael became visibly active on earth.
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    • question with a no. He basically took the position that became
    • things that happened later when Christianity became decadent
    • that it became necessary for the further evolution of mankind
    • have to tell ourselves: After this year 333 came those times
    • directions, or it would be better to say that it became
    • mysteries, humanity might have received the ego which came in
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    • establish a solar view of Christianity which came from the
    • destruction of this order Soradt came to life again in the
    • Soradt mainly came to life again in such a way that he used the
    • initiates could see him. When the second 666 came he already
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    • When Jerusalem became great all the substances and materials
    • became aware of this mighty thing: Everything arises here which
    • becomes concentrated in the old Jerusalem. This came to an end.
    • before it came to human beings.
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    • etheric appearance of the Christ, who is a being that came down
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    • things came to light in this way in ancient Babylonian times,
    • imitated the Babylonians and thereby became a kind of city of
    • stand; their organization became weak with respect to these
    • things, and therefore they became corrupt. In the fall of
    • the beast and the false prophet it's not as if a medium became
    • therefore became corrupt and devoted to other spirits; but they
    • that they became corrupt. These are the first ones, who are
    • prescribed planetary orbits. So this came about at a certain
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    • depending on their inner soul life they became larger or
    • became imprinted in the physical body. In the middle of the
    • organs so that they became quite long; so the way that shorter
    • being transformed became more manifest than in the solid,
    • in everything which goes on in the air; this became more
    • ancient Atlantis. After Atlantis came the post Atlantean epoch
    • being when it came down to earth, is described in a brilliant
    • of their ego in an elemental way as they are today, they became
    • different human being. However, all of this came from the
    • in the sun slowly moved towards the earth and became an
    • ingredient of the earth. It became an earth content which
    • age when Isis with the Horus child became the Virgin with her
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    • the gospels and the cultic rites; the cult gradually became
    • coming back from the Crusades, and others who came a little
    • was due to a very healthy feeling which came up out of your
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    • meadow today came from the seeds of what grew before and so on
    • the idea that the present meadow came down from spiritual
    • worlds, and that what was a meadow in previous times also came
    • soon as one notices that the meadow out there came down from
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    • confirmed the calculations. The comet came so close to the
    • Biela's comet came back every 6 or 7 years, people were
    • that it was getting fainter and fainter the closer it came. The
    • considerable anxiety. The big day came and I still remember how
    • could be absorbed by the earth's atmosphere and which became
    • to came back, than in its previous appearance's; it was almost
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    • gradually arose when spiritual life became decadent, concerning
    • angels are sitting above the Seraphim. This came about because
    • became contaminated with Babylonian symbols through the contact
    • spiritual things became particularly prominent.
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    • medicaments have a positive or negative effect, etc., in a
    • individual committed suicide and why that individual became
    • central Europe and in the east. It became a philosophy in
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    • times, came to Rome at that time, the beginning of the 16th century.
    • there was, in addition to what this Mystery of Golgotha became for the
    • is given to the significance of what came over humanity at the time
    • this picture came about. Two events came over humanity. First, the discovery
    • on, it became ever clearer and more meaningful that Europe needed a
    • just seems to happen as though it came about a couple of months ago.
    • became the one to say, “my realm is the realm of the Christ, but
    • it became possible for the young Raphael to formulate this picture.
    • is painting his pictures in the Camera della Segnatura. He wanted to
    • God's work, while Raphael paints his pictures Vatican in the Camera
    • paints such pictures in the Vatican, in the Camera della Segnatura.
    • process this way: Raphael came — let us say about 1508 to Rome,
    • founded then, because Luther came, because Calvin and Zwingli came.
    • became a problem for Raphael.
    • I would like to say — hovers through the Camera della Segnatura
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    • depths had sent their waves as in a dream, there a mood came upon Walther
    • what this “City-Freedom” came to regarding the artistic.
    • But something else is possible! Behind that picture, which came out
    • active there everywhere, a few paintings of that painter who came from
    • countries, learned many a thing, then arrived in Cologne and became, in a
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    • What became especially
    • which came to such a flowering in the arts, completely in the style and
    • which came into the world much later, namely through the proceeding
    • this means that which came down from heavenly heights, what then moved
    • was the magic which came from the one side, from the spiritual side,
    • As though it were a wave of the spiritual life, there came to the surface
    • what then became a great art in the realm of three-dimensional, the
    • decorative of gold and precious stones of the North, which came out
    • thought prophetically, because the thought came out of the mystery of
    • unfortunately want to hear so little. There came the first year of this
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    • as Christ became a Redeemer in regard to the unfolding of the other
    • And so it came to pass that in
    • the world to herself, but again appropriates the content of what came
    • centuries everything really emanated from Rome, so much so that it became
    • where the fertilization came from. What lives in Giotto as a naturalistic
    • Roman mentality with what came from Central Europe. Rome is really only
    • was dammed back to the East, really came for the first time to expression
    • transformed the Greek impulse more and more, and became increasingly
    • show you just two more pictures, where you can see that which came over
    • the Renaissance came, but that which mingled with the other currents
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    • it came to be later on — different above all from
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces. And so it became
    • to overcome, what he regarded as illusion. He overcame it
    • became customary later on. Zarathustra was a majestic,
    • ancient Iran inevitably came into contact with the
    • became aware of duality in. the world. The Iranians, the
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    • in the Egyptian population came into contact with the
    • Earth-wisdom of Moses came into contact with the
    • until enough had been absorbed for its needs; then came
    • something else came to pass as well. Moses had
    • became the teacher of the captive Jews who knew of the
    • later course the wisdom of Moses came into contact with
    • those of Asia Minor. There he became the teacher of the
    • was indicated that these three species of souls came into
    • very remarkable came to pass in these people. Faculties
    • inwards in those who became the Hebrew people.
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    • result of which the Sun became an entity and the Earth
    • such as exist on Earth, where the solid condition came
    • these perceptions and something different came into
    • the same extent as man became inwardly aware of
    • when it separated from the Sun and became self-enclosed,
    • a time when the Earth began to harden, so too there came
    • from the Sun and came towards the Earth. Venus and
    • Zarathustra as imparted to Hermes, came into con-tact in
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    • of the spiritual world became dependent upon a particular
    • became aware of the presence of the Divine; his
    • Folk-consciousness. — This became the normal
    • secrets of existence. Thereby they became the illustrious
    • stage. — A new and different experience came to
    • was to dwell the Ego who then became Jesus of Nazareth.
    • been maintained concerning what came to pass at that time
    • came slowly into existence in centres of which external
    • evolution of humanity and the Bodhisattva who became
    • phase of evolution came to a conclusion svith this
    • Bodhisattva who then became Gautama Buddha has been
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    • became Buddha, and he who as Gautama Buddha's successor
    • then became Buddha has taken the latter's place in the
    • Abraham was the first in whom this came to pass and
    • Gospel is speaking, came down from God himself. This is
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    • entered earthly incarnation and became the ‘earthly
    • different from what it subsequently came to be, and this
    • only later came to be limited to a single period and to
    • time of the Babylonian captivity came into contact with
    • into the secrets of the Akashic Chronicle. They became
    • name Netzer because he came especially from that class,
    • streams became one. There was now one Being. In the
    • specifically said: ‘And he went with them and came
    • then, there were two boys; then the two became
    • depends upon the Two becoming One. And the Two became One
    • inward became outward. The inwardness of soul in the
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    • temptations and deceptions that came to them when, having
    • starting-point from which it became possible for matt to
    • Earth-evolution. — What was it that actually came
    • body which then, for three years, became the physical
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    • Initiation became processes of world-historic
    • accompanying dangers; in a certain respect they became
    • became aware of the essential importance of this organ at
    • Initiation which led into his inner nature, came into the
    • Initiate came habk from the spiritual worlds he could say
    • he became aware of realities higher than those designated
    • became aware of the realities revealed to him in his
    • etheric body that a man came into contact with beings
    • man came to know the most ancient among the
    • of the human physical body came into existence on Old
    • was able to penetrate into his inmost nature he became
    • of Initiation an Essene became aware of Beings revealing
    • referred to became realities to him.
    • Then came
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    • those who are convinced that such procedures became
    • these sayings came not from one source but from records
    • became clairvoyant, rich in the treasures of the spirit.
    • Intellectual or Mind-Soul came to active expression in
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    • inducing a state in which a man became clairvoyant. In
    • the deeds He performed became channels for the
    • upon them, they always became clairvoyant at certain
    • Essene teacher, in order that when He came He might be
    • and astral body, He became an impulse in Earth-evolution
    • open will have the same experience that came to Paul at
    • emphasize that the Christ came once, and once only, in a
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    • aspirant, the powers of the Spirit-Self became active in
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    • Being came down from the realm of Sun-existence to the
    • became one. The Zarathustra-Individuality, as an Ego,
    • starting-point, from whence came the clairvoyant insight
    • it came to us originally as a product of the Saturn, Sun,
    • outside and beyond the Earth, became through the
    • which became visible to Paul, can also be
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    • forth from Himself, and it came from the three spheres over
    • Atlantean epoch, became especially dominant in man, because it
    • was for humanity at the time when the mineral Nature became
    • evolution of man, when the mineral nature became predominant in
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    • Steiner shows how medieval theology came to an “outer”
    • day European theology — actually came into being
    • entirely different from the theology that came before it — if
    • indeed what came before can be called theology. What theology
    • which came to prevail by the time of the ninth, tenth, and
    • truly grasp this predisposition, this ability, which came about
    • Charlemagne, who was revered in life, came before their souls with
    • became the theology of the Middle Ages. The old theologians had
    • view of knowing the physical, it came to this, even in theology.
    • Renaissance such figures became mere allegories — straw
    • what became of it in the monastery schools of the later Middle
    • being there first came the allegorical and then the merely
    • the Roman with the life that came downward from the north —
    • was a long, long way. Finally, everything became abstract,
    • lifeless. Atavistic clairvoyant abilities came to an end, and
    • More and more this consciousness came to
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    • became acquainted with the plant world from a scientific point of
    • came to expression particularly when he wanted his words to
    • Inspirations that came to them. The form of the sphinx, for example,
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    • And then came the struggles in human souls.
    • he came to be regarded as the real heretic. When he made known the
    • became entirely abstract. In olden times the human being's
    • continued. Abstraction increasingly became a quality of concepts and
    • ideas while concrete reality increasingly became nothing more than
    • reason, came near to being Imaginations. But I also drew your
    • ultimately became too confused for him and he left it.
    • which became clear to him as he was trying to complete
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    • Steiner shows how medieval theology came to an “outer”
    • what subsequently became the contents of dogma and, as such, could no
    • in the old sense. Human beings only became free through at the same
    • was only possible when humanity became involved in the sphere of
    • principle. The human being himself became a tabernacle for the
    • for when Goethe became a member of certain lodges he picked up the
    • into him and, already in those days, became an I.
    • Christ event, of the approaching event of Golgotha, came to the
    • still present — when these tidings came, these initiates could
    • From this fact came the realization that
    • beings who were not initiates. In those times human beings became
    • free when the I was developed within them. The initiates became free
    • the ancient mystery centers became also applicable to him. In the
    • Christ ascended to heaven and became invisible. In a certain sense he
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    • Then came the time during which humanity in
    • elemental beings in my head.” Then came the fifteenth century;
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    • evolution, that such a being, even if it came from Mars or Jupiter,
    • and I was a soul before I came down to earth. And they also knew
    • these ancient souls increasingly came to the consciousness: We
    • from which they had been sent down to earth. But humanity came to
    • souls memories of the time before birth, memories which then came
    • Christ now came as the one who said: I will
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    • of the Buddha. Later people came to their cosmology by reading it out
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    • The lady recounted how she came from east of where they were
    • answers. Finally, it came out that the young lady was to leave
    • well, but the brother became ill. A whole year went by before
    • first appear. A lady came to him one time who, since her
    • had been treated by many doctors who always came to the
    • at first the simplest of living beings that became ever more
    • complicated until man came to be. These are again only
    • the pain in the other knee. Then his elbow became painful,
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    • hope. On his return journey he came again to me. He brought a
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    • half of last year, it became my duty to carry on some occult
    • through such a crisis, there came a change for the souls who
    • seventeenth century, came into contact with those forces
    • who came in later times could no longer find the characteristic
    • the distant spaces of the universe, became so to speak a giant
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    • sunshine of my life. When, my business completed, I came home
    • be for me, by what then came into my soul from hers. A true
    • from surroundings, but which came out of the supersensible
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    • Then I came to waters
    • Ad men came into sight
    • What came from out of the North
    • But from the South there came
    • came particularly to notice, but what led up to include
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    • thing always became known that would run like a red thread also
    • Capuchin, who then became a professor, expresses himself about
    • my life, I became acquainted with a number of such persons like
    • become aware. Before it came to conception, it lived in the
    • came only, after humanity had gone through other levels before.
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    • with his power of judgement how religion came into being. He
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    • these drastic events, it became necessary to some people to
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    • cremation. The impressions which came out, just on this
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    • there came about — these times actually already began in
    • sacrifice of the Mass and so it became an empty formula,
    • respect. Then, seemingly soon, people came with the courage of
    • directed at Anthroposophists. The misunderstanding came about
    • Rudolf Steiner: Recently I saw a big poster which came
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    • which came through You to me before the world began. I have
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    • experience, while the experience of being in the planets came as a
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    • that these souls came to
    • one became engrossed, if one developed the soul further, that
    • and became a human being.
    • penetrate to this experience the One became something that he
    • — became clear to
    • and with it, he could not die. There the effect of that came
    • seduced the human being who became material and with it the
    • age became aware of that of which in antiquity the human being
    • did not became aware: the individual experience.
    • and came via the Arabs to Europe. This was that which had no
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    • but absolutely with a Christian nuance. That became significant
    • meek flew into a rage if Plotinus came up for discussion. Those
    • of the outer world, but this became a problem for it with which
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    • reality. He became addicted to nominalism
    • from above to the ancient initiated Greeks became more and more
    • this book became principal. Nevertheless, these
    • became a philosophy of reality. While
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    • to be a craftsman, and a craftsman he became, although he would
    • former incarnation but died young, so that this talent never came to
    • hearing, so that in his next incarnation he became a great musician.
    • in poverty, from tuberculosis, a letter came saying that he was
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    • came down from the higher worlds. There are many references in the
    • beings. And then Christ came to mankind. Human beings who are living
    • Nicholas Copernicus (1473–1543) became a Church dignitary in
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    • first became generally known, yet it is now taught even in the
    • is none other than that for a certain period of time men became
    • — the human beings with whom we came to be associated
    • became its President, the Anthroposophical Society was given a new
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    • actually came into being, for what does the pupil who is learning the
    • period of his stay in Leipzig, he came very near to death.
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    • became Earth, it was what is called by occultism — not by
    • higher celestial body, retain and it thereby became a fixed star.
    • star. The Sun only became a fixed star after having been a planet.
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    • they thus fashioned the forms of their sense organs, which then became
    • as dense as our present physical air. Saturn became physical, but only
    • organs became rounded into cell-like balls, only that cells are small
    • threw all light that came from outside back again. Within this Saturn
    • One thing more. Not all beings within this Sun-mass came to the stage
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    • And next there came about what one calls a recapitulation of the
    • The Sun became a fixed Star by reason of taking out the best
    • the beings in their higher development it became a Fixed Star. And now
    • streamed in and out of them. The beings never came in contact with the
    • and could ascend to higher stages, the time came when Moon and Sun
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    • Now during this transitional period something very important came
    • To begin with, the Saturn existence came forth with the physical
    • spinal nerve-cord, became vertical, in contrast to the completely
    • man became a lung-breather. The swimming bladder was transformed into
    • lungs. Through this man became capable of receiving into himself the
    • the breath of life and man became a living soul.” Here is
    • the influence which came in then with the change in the breathing
    • will magically in such a way that the fire-masses became fierce and
    • effect on the fiery masses that they became ungovernable; a great part
    • process. What one calls air today only gradually became free of all
    • for all the fructifying forces came from without, from the Sun-force.
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    • kind of cleavage of the human body. This cleavage came about through
    • power of developing individuality came about.
    • consciousness that only extends from birth to death came about by the
    • with it the necessity of a remarkable process came about. The blood
    • off. Now there came a time when there was darkness beyond birth and
    • death, and a sojourn in Kamaloca and Devachan first became possible.
    • into cosmic space, came back as echo. Or you see a Fata Morgana a
    • Sun took in all that came to it from cosmic space, worked it over, and
    • darkened. Only gradually they became visible to man. This coming into
    • Then came the time in which an especially advanced portion of the
    • Formerly all justice was derived from the stars. The Romans became a
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    • themselves for how they came to be there, they would find it
    • course was announced, so many people came to the very first
    • There were also, for instance, amongst the many people who came
    • talking of all sorts of things, when one of them came in, who
    • his own thoughts. At any rate, he came later, and began talking
    • matter of course. So one really was in it all, and became
    • because it naturally came about in the course of actual life.
    • especially, every sort of person, if I may say so, came through
    • their souls, as they came through Weimar. Queer-fish, as well
    • least, — that when he was in Weimar ... he came very
    • and at other times as well, he frequently came to Weimar; and I
    • then, of course, there were queer fish too, that came through
    • came the request that I would give them some lectures, the same
    • I have also given an account of how these things came
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    • distinguished from the others, who became spiritualists, for
    • to describing the persons themselves, who came together in this
    • was then joined what afterwards came forth as Anthroposophy,
    • — or indeed, more truly speaking, it came forth at once
    • mind's consciousness. They came together, and held ‘meetings’,
    • two conceptions. That was the curious thing, that when one came
    • often then it was a striking contrast when one came to meet the
    • perhaps. But then at once came things like manas,
    • that, even when the absurdities of the leading personages came
    • name of Anthroposophy, there gradually grew up what became
    • they were founded, meant really to many persons who became
    • speak on. And this came together again with the efforts being
    • of the people, who afterwards, from theosophists became good
    • anthroposophists, — one who became indeed a very good
    • had been dead for fourteen years, he became Hegel's successor.
    • but with increasing age their souls became all of a sudden as
    • became really serious. — To-day, as I said, I am merely
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    • two days ago under the name ‘homeless souls’, came from those
    • so it came about, that the very person, who but a little while
    • certainly no merit of the university's, that he came upon his
    • came on the scene, there was but very little talk of what is in
    • life, what the man went through before he came down into the
    • knowledge; which this time came from the actual person herself,
    • past. And then came always a reference to the way in which in
    • on ‘Matter never without Spirit’, I came to words with the man
    • was only one, really, who afterwards came forward as a sort of
    • offices, or the school-boards, ... afterwards, when a hint came
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture IV: Blavatsky's Orientation: Spiritual, but Anti-Christian
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    • came into being, which bear the name, in a sense, of
    • method of a society. And then there came the need of a name.
    • things, which came into the world either through Blavatsky's
    • — so it came about, little by little, that modern
    • gradually this modern education came to be equipped with the
    • Calculable, it became impossible ever to put before men at all,
    • now came the rise of the modern education, with its claims of
    • so in time there came numbers of souls, with a quite definite
    • thither the people came, — the people who were, who are,
    • people came together there all the same, — those that had
    • the souls who thus came together were of the kind that were
    • people who came together in associations like these were people
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture V: Anti-Christianity. - The Healing of the Gulf.
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    • all came together in one, met in a harmony, and thereby made it
    • possible for that which first, in the Mysteries, came before
    • whole stream of mankind's evolution became necessarily changed
    • through the influences that came into it from the Mystery of
    • intellectualism came on the scene, with all that I spoke
    • held towards these people, when it now came upon the scene,
    • Anthroposophy had to consider, was not the knowledge that came
    • consciousness. And so it came about, — just to give for
    • it came about that I delivered lectures in various towns,
    • writings came out, linked onto Blavatsky's book. But in these
    • sorts of machinations, it came about that Blavatsky, the second
    • of Eastern wisdom. — Hence came what I might call that
    • now it very soon came to the perfection of nonsense. —
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VI: The Two First Periods of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • the theosophic society came, as Theosophical Society, to have
    • it came into these books and lectures. Such, then, was the
    • Letters” in America; he came over to India at the time.
    • there, ... as you know, centres gradually came to be founded
    • at Prague. In short, various centres came to be formed; and at
    • whenever such things came under discussion. This was Dr.
    • had a friend, — who afterwards, however, became an
    • amongst those who, so to speak, came into our ranks out of the
    • draw on, that there came to be, in the circles at least that
    • when it came to keeping an eye on us!
    • appeared in December; and then from a year it came to a year
    • Then came the second period, in which the relations with
    • then, in this period, came what I might call the first
    • this, again, came strictly under the sign of not attempting
    • this period there came then the incidents which led to what,
    • external road, it became ever more and more difficult to keep
    • Besant. — Well, since the thing came from India, and he
    • showed how the personal element became introduced into what
    • then came the ridiculous business at Olcott's death, —
    • however, came the affair with Leadbeater, which I don't care to
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    • then, with the second period, came the time when in
    • and treasures of knowledge came to light one after another; so
    • so, with all this, it came to pass, by just about the end of
    • foresee, too, in our purposes, that directly Anthroposophy came
    • With regard to this, there came again an extension, as you
    • could almost say; for this internal opposition came out very
    • period there came in again something that had been there before
    • in the first period, as I described yesterday. It came about,
    • period there came in again something that had been there before
    • in the first period, as I described yesterday. It came about,
    • human kind came into the ascendant.
    • artistic side; interests of a general human kind came into the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VIII: Conclusions: The Anthroposophical Society and its Future Conduct.
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    • deepening of the spiritual life. This impulse came, of course,
    • became possible to take the first step into the spiritual
    • his theory of metamorphosis when he came to the animal
    • side. The impulses of ethical and moral life came from the same
    • That, you see, became the great question. That came to be the
    • Man in the first place in individual form ... it became now
    • between what came after and what went before. — The fact
    • honest, worked downright distraction. There came a day when
    • spiritual world. And the details then came afterwards simply
    • last few days, until the third stage. There then came to be
    • happened. Finally he came upon the idea that he had made the
    • When one came into any of the theosophic societies (of which
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    • came to them were not merely indefinite unrelated creations, for
    • while in this intermediate condition that man became aware of
    • it came about that from epoch to epoch, the faculty through which
    • spiritual realms became ever less and less pronounced. Our
    • currents commingled, and became more and more one single cultural
    • came the name, ‘Ormuzd’, or, ‘The Spirit of
    • from which came those spiritual beings that are both His servants
    • say: — ‘It is as though the evil powers of Ahriman came
    • man, there to maintain activity. Thus it came about that the
    • inner being. The Indian came to the conclusion that this could
    • the power of that great passion which overcame him, when, as the
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    • feelings which came over him, while engaged in astronomical
    • vision became limited to that which is of the material world, and
    • step by step, to the birth of modern science. Thus it came about,
    • period, some other outstanding leader came to revive the ancient
    • past, before I came to this state, I lived wholly in a spiritual
    • the human soul. Thus it came about that this mighty clock, this
    • place there came before him visions depicting the most intimate
    • Thus it came about that the aspirant, in virtue
    • became so purified that when his vision at last penetrated
    • described, and they realized that his great illumination came
    • came to him through the wondrous Stellar Script, Hermes conceived
    • min., 9 sec.]. Therefore, the Egyptian year came to an end one
    • ascribed the dawn of that primordial Holy Wisdom which came to
    • olden times, but by degrees these characteristics became less and
    • found expression came about, only, after the final decline of the
    • set in, that man’s life became crude and
    • artist. As the investigations proceeded it became abundantly
    • Dr. Woolley tells us, the excavators suddenly came upon a mass,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • which came to man in a way wholly different from that by which
    • very being. Thus it was that there came to those nations who
    • Thus it came about that upon the soil of India
    • from whence he came, and it has been his constant endeavour to
    • pictured to himself that this decline came about suddenly and
    • when man was truly united with the Spirit-World. For there came a
    • say, his soul became filled with primordial wisdom. By so doing
    • when the Buddha at length came outside the Royal Palace he had an
    • life’s procreative and fruitful progress. He next came upon
    • came to express himself in words somewhat as follows: —
    • realize how it was that he became imbued with those thoughts
    • his wisdom became ever greater and greater, till at last he could
    • vantage-point. But when he came forth from the King’s
    • beneath this tree, it became clear to the Buddha that this world
    • enlightenment that the thought came to Gautama that the teachings
    • Buddhism became permeated with thought and understanding
    • conditioned, and there came about a circumstance, namely,
    • — ‘When I came down into this material life, had I but
    • illumination came to him; so does the Christian visualize Jesus
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    • it came about that the universal consciousness found expression
    • came about that the control and government of the succeeding
    • came to Moses from the Egyptians, and which was enhanced through
    • which came to him from the Egyptian civilization.
    • life came upon the world endowed with certain Divine gifts which
    • became, to a certain extent, a disciple of Jethro, and through
    • consciousness changed and became in general ever more and more
    • soul became increasingly abstract while the Unity of the Ego
    • these forces became especially active, so much so indeed, that
    • owing to its influence it became for a long period a dominating
    • Egyptian priests and the leaders of the people. But the time came
    • those concepts and ideas which came to him and were destined to
    • intellectuality came to Moses must have been through flashes of
    • discernment and intuition in the sphere of pure reason came to
    • which came the great impulse he gave to mankind. That primal
    • the wood-shed, there suddenly came to me an inner vision flashed
    • answer came: — ‘Thou shalt say “I AM THAT I
    • broke in upon his consciousness as ‘I AM’, there came
    • Pharaoh. It is easy to see that when these two came together,
    • fell into decadence, and the Egyptian people became ever less and
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    • enlightenment which came to him was passed on to mankind through
    • apprehension, and a kind of dread overcame him whenever mention
    • information concerning the individuality of Elijah as came to the
    • man, who through the nature of his Divine initiation became
    • gathered around them certain followers who came from the great
    • It was in those days that a great famine came
    • starvation, during that period. Thus it came about that Naboth
    • clear to him by a sign which came during an inner vision. This
    • Then came to [Elijah-Naboth] yet another
    • Now, it came about, that while Ahab was making a
    • approached him; and no man knew from whence he came, certainly
    • So it came to pass that a great multitude of the
    • that he overcame and swept away all things which were opposed to
    • became necessary for Elijah to form some definite plans whereby
    • his teachings, and exert its influence upon mankind. Thus it came
    • behold! a new revelation came to him, in which his inner vision
    • ‘And Ahab came into his house heavy and displeased because
    • Kings, xxi, 19); and then came yet another dire prophetic
    • and when the chariot was being washed dogs came and licked up his
    • where it says (II Kings, ii, 1): — ‘And it came to pass,
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    • and later became the essence of the Church movement. It will be
    • momentous indeed in relation to that enlightenment which came
    • Christ. Further, we find that as time went on humanity became
    • became solely objects of belief. This spiritual faith, however,
    • all things. Thus it came about that in those days in place of the
    • study became ever more and more incredible, when considered in
    • nature from that which appeared upon the surface. It became
    • to ordinary mundane conditions, there came to it recollections of
    • We will now ask this question: — Whence came
    • the same experiences which came, as if in a living dream, to the
    • most outstanding event that came to pass in Palestine, in
    • over possibly hundreds of years; yet the end came just about the
    • enlightenment to humanity, but He became unified in spirit with
    • does the human soul belong.’ But when it came to pass that
    • Jesus was Himself initiated, He became actually unified and at
    • Before that supreme act came to pass at Golgatha,
    • became conscious of this thought: — ‘When as an isolated
    • became imperative, that at a certain definite period in earthly
    • which came into the world through Jesus of Nazareth, should be so
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    • “True, you showed him the door, but he ran and came
    • Nazareth. And a feeling came to the despairing man that
    • I came one night into a wood. There I saw a shining,
    • near, it was as if a skeleton came from the shimmering
    • these three experiences Jesus of Nazareth came to the
    • came a being who was now known to Him because he had seen
    • Lucifer, came the Temptation that is expressed in the
    • Lord.” Lucifer's attack was repulsed, but now came
    • two attacks. Lucifer came again, but with him the being
    • came the Temptation which in the Gospels is clothed in
    • Temptation came from Ahriman alone. And the fact that
    • all the later events became possible in the way of which
    • told that one day Parsifal came to wooded country at the
    • Parsifal's mother. Then came a page carrying a lance from
    • which blood was dripping on his blood; then came a
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    • elucidate what came to pass at the baptism by John in the
    • astral body — which came over from the earlier
    • ancient Hebrews felt that what came from above was
    • Then came
    • to those who came to him at the Jordan? (This is not
    • those who came to him at the Jordan, for he observed that
    • Jesus and John the Baptist came face to face. — I
    • something came down from the supersensible world which
    • formerly available to man, came to him through heredity,
    • came down to me in the line of heredity from these
    • this later age it came to them in the form in which it
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    • came down into the body of Jesus of Nazareth, united at
    • sich) a Being who in a later epoch came down to the Earth
    • Christ and later on became the Nathan Jesus boy. This
    • that flowed from the wounds on Golgotha became
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    • became clear to us how in a certain respect thinking, feeling
    • achieve freedom, it became ever more difficult for him to
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    • the decisive moments. They became instruments for the
    • the threshold and whose consciousness became paralyzed,
    • muted, and they became instruments of the ahrimanic powers.
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    • from out of the darkness, as if they came from under the
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    • became light. And then, in the increasing light, we heard the
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    • by that of Oriphiel, and after Oriphiel came the Anael impulse,
    • look into the matter, which revealed why the mantra became
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    • a victory over him, whereby Christianity also became victorious
    • belonging to our circle came and told us that little Theo was
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    • in the souls of the modern proletarian worker. From this I came
    • can hardly understand how it came about, one could call it,
    • capital became most important, so people were driven on the one
    • was also the time religious evolution came to a standstill and
    • time Giordano Bruno became criticized over Galileo Galilei
    • to become free of the spirit, into this time came the
    • which could never have originated if it came only out of
    • still nearly the whole person. Capital became the power which
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    • this movement became known when it was examined more at that
    • 14th Century gradually became so blunt, weakened and
    • relevant now when an erroneous fact became so powerful in
    • millions of human souls that it became a social fact. This is
    • representation had laws. It only came from there because people
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    • conscious social impulse. This conscious impulse came to the
    • with all their interests as modern time came along, are linked
    • modern economic life became ever more complicated which through
    • the expansion of the human horizon of activities became ever
    • became determined by the social structure of the economy of
    • the leading bourgeois and intellectual circles became
    • came out of religious life, out of schools and universities.
    • been split up. They all became concentrated and responsible to
    • what has happened came through the relations of alliance.
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    • proposing this theme, but when the request came to me I found
    • viewpoints and concepts of life which came about at decisive
    • following facts came about.
    • they were actually doing. This is how it came about that this
    • such people who from one or the other side became the carriers
    • this: within the Proletarians their spiritual life became
    • an event occurred when the spiritual life came to a decisive
    • question as something existentialistic. In my youth, I became
    • didn't experience this. The mistakes became terribly
    • and secondly became a law of the state, already concerned with
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    • So it came about that the Proletariat on the one hand within
    • it more basically as ingratiating phrases which came out of
    • came about which was more important than the modern
    • There are those who would admit they became enlightened by what
    • claims but is due to what came before modern science into human
    • so-called nationalisation came about in certain economic
    • When it became possible for me to speak in such a way as I have
    • it came from the old Liebknecht, the labour school was founded
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    • particular cosmic direction, which means that it came under the
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    • until later that, for example, lime came into existence,
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    • Those who came after him understood nothing of this, and so did
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    • significant of the way in which fresh moral impulses became
    • knight Henry himself, something came over the daughter which
    • a remarkable man came into the little town, a man who had never
    • Assisi and Perugia; he also took part in these and it came
    • describe the disputes with his father when he became prodigal
    • Christ, and from this there came to him the forces through
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    • Atlantean population became possessed of occult knowledge for
    • Atlantis temptation came to the souls described, through
    • attainable. Hence it came about that in Europe there were souls
    • Warriors came out among the people, in order to improve and
    • Thus it came about that the leading personalities in Europe
    • time, and improvement only came about through the existence of
    • Thereby something else became necessary in European
    • became better and better, this led to their gradually passing
    • souls increased in number in this direction, they became more
    • out, the whole region became gradually inhabited by demons,
    • came about that these demons of putrefaction which were
    • Peoples, great bodies of people came over from
    • Asia to Europe, amongst them came Attila with his hordes. His
    • became extinct, but the after-effect was seen in the form of
    • Let us inquire: Whence really came such a soul as that of
    • mighty individuality of Buddha. We also know that Buddha became
    • rank of Buddha, when it became Buddha had to dwell for the last
    • world, came together there. They were instructed in the
    • these were permeated by the impulses which came into the world
    • incarnated in the physical body. In this way they came to know
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    • how evil became possible in the course of evolution requires an
    • these extremes. In the course of evolution evil became not only
    • intermingling of humanity which came about in the fourth age of
    • world, and morality thus became possible. But through
    • became to spread Christianity. This instinctive valour
    • saw that the transformation came about as the result of an
    • shall be perfected that which came as
    • is in it an Impulse which came into the world through the
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture I: Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization
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    • that REINCARNATION and KARMA came amongst us and into our
    • all. It was in Rome that people came to make the civilisation
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    • came by it. The whole history of the introduction and spread of
    • came over from the Asiatic East, and which was religious,
    • came over from the East, with the concepts of Roman law, thread
    • cold and dreary, came the Konigsberg-Kant-school with its
    • middle, was European civilisation; here from the East came the
    • and 20th centuries reached a sold, of crisis. There came a
    • came in as an alien and brought forth our spiritual life. And
    • our economic life came about under a process of being
    • and a cheat, If nothing worse. And came the second ballot. So
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    • quite a different type from what became the ruling powers later
    • transplanted to Europe, it became merged in the intellectualist
    • of man came to be top. I shall come to that presently. Now the
    • spiritual worlds and united itself with the part which came to
    • Then came the age that began with the 8th century before
    • higher spiritual being came down from above and settled upon
    • type of man came up.
    • hereditary. That second “Fall” came about in the
    • Economic type of man, who came up at the Reformation, regarded
    • by others. And amongst the people who came to the top at that
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    • considered that impulse which came into the spiritual
    • Freedom which came to us from the French Revolution, and all
    • stream which was absolutely materialistic. Darwin came very
    • consideration the idea of reincarnation. And they came to see
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    • mighty event that came to pass once in the evolution of the earth —
    • the moment with the greatest enthusiasm. When he first came to the university
    • the German National Movement developed in Vienna, and Hermann Bahr became
    • drafted for military service, and so at nineteen he became a soldier.
    • and now became a soldier, a passionate soldier, and developed an entirely
    • After this he went for a short time to Berlin. In Berlin he became
    • so he never became an ardent Berliner. But then he went to Paris where
    • he became an enthusiastic disciple of Maurice Barrès and people
    • Then he went to Spain, where he became inflamed
    • but, as I said, he never became
    • on Russia and became a passionate Russian. Then he returned and discovered
    • he gradually became a brooding person. Now he realized (under the influence
    • Bahr followed up these matters and gradually came to the conclusion
    • Bahr came to Vienna, he edited a very influential weekly called
    • came home from school and explained to his father that he'd just learnt
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    • he became a very important personality, a reformer who accomplished
    • important in human history! When the thing became known, and those people
    • on Atlantis, this person came to very interesting conclusions that were
    • Now this man came and asked for advice. In such a case my advice will
    • hand, he pursued spiritual science. The two never came together for
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    • traffic, became different, — the world passed over from
    • Country or land became dependent on another, and thereby
    • economics, came about for the most part in the last decades of
    • was deeply interested, especially when despatches came, which
    • had to be deciphered with a Code. Once there came a dispatch
    • patterns which came, samples of American and Indian cotton,
    • must consider how, on the other hand, something else came to
    • those people. It must be ascertained whether I came to them or
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    • sensed this, became nervous and pricked his hand. He would not
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    • should recognise in himself. There it became dogma to recognise as
    • 15th centuries. But after that came times in which modern Natural
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    • when the intellectual age appeared, this fear became an
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    • in those Mysteries, and that instruction came from what the
    • humanity came untaught to Earth, but in the Mysteries, they
    • of these men. But it became necessary in recent times, when so
    • Anthroposophical education. It then at once became evident that
    • confession, were very numerous; but these came to a so-called
    • know what it meant in olden times that man came to Earth
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    • came, we go to Asia and find that two or three thousand years
    • ago.” This is nonsense. It came about through a
    • was much harder on them, since they came from warmer regions
    • on the fact that these people came from regions where they
    • that came from the north renewed the whole civilization. So you
    • Lecturing in the native language came about only slowly, but
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    • at certain times; their heads became foggy. The heads of others
    • became a little dizzy. These doctors realized that this
    • without fail, they became very dizzy and then died. At other
    • Then the prognosis was bad; the head became dizzy, and the
    • was due to special circumstances that syphilitic illnesses came
    • peoples came into contact with primitive peoples, and there was
    • at a certain time, it became fashionable in particular circles
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    • Jacob Boehme was the son of very poor parents and came from
    • On one occasion — and this story, again, came from the
    • Jacob Boehme came into the shop and wanted to buy shoes. But,
    • the stranger. The latter offered him a high price and it came
    • his first work, The Dawn in Its Ascent, came into being,
    • then came the time when he could no longer do otherwise.
    • questions and their solutions became for him, and a person
    • now became clear to Jacob Boehme) when the Unitary
    • Schelling was very significantly affected when he became aware
    • — then he could also say to himself: When the world came
    • becomes aware of itself in that “evil” became the
    • Thereby the Being Lucifer came into existence for Jacob
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    • when the Folk-Soul came down and worked in such a way that its
    • kind, and similar ideas? Dostojevski came forward with the
    • came1from the West and were then sent back again to
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    • things that came easily to others were difficult for me. I was always
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    • the truths of Christianity. Christ came from the Sun. Christ, the
    • came later, to unfold their own, personal intelligence; intelligence
    • into the spiritual world. And there they came together with that
    • came into contact with all that the Aristotelians of old had been
    • in preparation for Christianity. But they also came together with
    • and promoted Alexandrianism, to be on the earth. Their time came a
    • came together with souls who were preparing to descend to the
    • came together with these other souls who were preparing to
    • united with Aristotelianism. Those who descended to earth became the
    • who came down to the earth somewhat later than the first, brought
    • time came for those individualities who had been teachers in the
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    • that became visible in the aura. Plants reached up with their
    • then there came to these men a concretely real picture of how these
    • became a matter of learning and erudition. The ancient consciousness
    • Christian epoch, a vision of the super-sensible world still came about
    • Then came
    • the aura, of the astral and Ego nature. And when men became aware of
    • world and of karma, gradually grew dim and then became
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    • know when they came again to earth, and what sort of people they were
    • equal share in it with the individuality who became Lord Byron, he
    • speaking became acquainted with all that proceeded from the Manichean
    • he came across to Spain and there absorbed what may be called early
    • the means of filling him with such spiritual strength that he became
    • were with those who came after him in the Jesuit Order. He remained
    • Swedenborg. He became the spirit of Emanuel Swedenborg, and since
    • Spirit-Self, that he came under the influence of the Mars Genius of
    • this influence had been somewhat suppressed; but now he came directly
    • than bring the figure into connection with what came to me from
    • entered on an investigation of the karma, a spiritual Being became
    • came to him of nature in her creative work, of cosmic creation, and
    • — in this critical moment, Ovid became his guide, Ovid,
    • that had little significance for the world outside, came at length to
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    • which through the Mystery of Golgotha became the historical Christ
    • impressions which came in a place not far distant from Torquay (where
    • Then came
    • came down to the earth. From the moment of Golgotha onwards His
    • rocks, it all became a flowing, weaving picture — a truth whose
    • think of those who became the first Christians to realise what a
    • other as the Grail stream. Later on they came together; they came
    • meet Him from the West there came the spiritual etheric Image
    • place. From the West came pagan Christianity, the
    • the East came the Christ in the hearts of men. And then the meeting
    • stream, rooted inwardly in the hearts of men, which later on became
    • This came
    • became possible. If one had asked Alexander and Aristotle: Whence
    • sphere of Jupiter. Then came Raphael, from the Mercury sphere, at the
    • in the background of European civilisation. After Raphael came
    • And then came the Age of Gabriel. Samael belongs to Mars, Gabriel to
    • Haroun al Raschid and his Counsellor after their death, came into
    • indeed came down to incarnation on the earth. The ancient teachings,
    • — these souls now came into incarnation in order to imbibe
    • came from his incarnation as Haroun al Raschid. Bacon was the
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    • pure course of thought we came to the repeated lives of man on earth.
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    • suffering which came to us (though only of that suffering which came,
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    • chosen him; for he had quite another point of view before he came
    • who became all the more like their parents in their second phase of
    • through before you came down to earth — is broken.
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    • be due to such and such a cause, how the man came to deserve it”
    • trait came out in him again in his seventies, when he wrote a
    • his beautiful motifs, as though they came straight out of sleep.
    • expressions of enthusiasm his face began to flush and became redder
    • economy and the history of philosophy, and became a lecturer at the
    • the academic world during the 19th century came to his knowledge —
    • suffered much at the hands of newspapers, Dühring also became a
    • writings of Nietzsche, there came into my hands the material dealing
    • are not very easy reading, but I came across a passage where I said
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    • time from Africa to Sicily and there came into conflict with the
    • until in the 19th century the majority of these souls came down to
    • culture, who died during those centuries and came up into the
    • prepared, this particular soul came into earthly existence in the
    • reason that they descended somewhat later, became bearers of the
    • companions of the individuality who then came down as Friedrich
    • Theodor Vischer. But Vischer came down earlier than they — it
    • strong personal bent for what Hegelianism became on earth, and
    • came to write the destructive critique of his own aesthetics —
    • him. After the lapse of some years, however, he became more and more
    • came to birth again in a penniless schoolteacher.
    • genius; not to mention traits which came out in utterly malicious
    • was in him even before he became blind, and it really tallied with
    • of literature and poetry into what it became in Dühring's
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    • incarnation became a particular trend and attitude of soul in the
    • centuries, when the peoples of the South came into conflict with
    • when I came to study this personality, it dawned upon me one day that
    • brain, and this came to expression in the next incarnation as an
    • with deep admiration. And now he came across a man concerning whom he
    • came to me for the first time when I perceived: the outstanding
    • when one came to know Eduard von Hartmann personally and was talking
    • this last period of his life the urge came to him to carry through an
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    • the Mohammedan religion, which, as you know, came into existence
    • of every variety which were only later discovered. They came over to
    • centre of Mohammedanism, Medina, which later on became the seat of
    • deliberately propagated by warlike means, it also became possible to
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    • the great world, and there came a time when he acquired a very strong
    • he passed through the countryside and afterwards came to Rome, a kind
    • Garibaldi became acquainted in a most extraordinary way with the
    • happened so, that from this meeting came a life-companionship that
    • now the time came, in the middle of the 19th century, when all kinds
    • became, as we know, one of the great men of Europe after his
    • red blouse became quite the fashion.
    • suffered from visions. They came, and they went away only
    • Lessing highly, but who turned away, so to speak, when they came to
    • I am now going to tell you came to my notice several years after I
    • Heinrich Schmidt first became known in Vienna during the eighties,
    • Dialectics of Hegel. Now he came to Vienna, a tall, slight man filled
    • with a burning enthusiasm, which came to expression at times in very
    • students from the Vienna Catholic Faculty were there, who came every
    • peculiarity came to view both in the case of Byron and of my teacher,
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    • two events of his life which amused you yesterday. — He became
    • country which became modern Italy.
    • came over later into Europe.
    • monk Hildebrand, who afterwards became Pope Gregory VII.
    • associated as teacher with the individuality who came in Victor
    • conceptions and ideas facing Garibaldi in the 19th century, he became
    • came forward with his pronouncement on repeated earth-lives. In his
    • concepts; and then, in the 18th century, he became the journalist par
    • was not until the end of his earthly life that this seeker came to
    • however, became a pastor, a good, honest pastor of the
    • that came from Egypt, over the spot where the Palladium lay. On the
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    • Garibaldi, we have seen how in that he became a kind of seer in his
    • Raschid's field of vision came forth again, in a Western guise,
    • came Comenius, that significant figure of the l7th century, with his
    • facilities. And so he became a kind of serf, he with his followers
    • these men came together and hatched all manner of plots against those
    • all, and came again to earth in the 19th century. The man who had
    • the Arlberg railway, the most vehement opposition came from the same
    • and, on the other hand a counterforce which came from the feeling
    • culture had captured him and held him fast. And so it came about that
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    • directions. So it came about that after the year 1918, the prevailing
    • what became of it, so that convictions might be called forth by the
    • they were together with many souls who came down to earth after their
    • on in the spiritual world. Other souls, who came down to earth in the
    • Bacon whose work became so dominant. Then there were the souls who
    • the possibility to understand why Ranke became what he
    • For just as Leopold von Ranke became the greatest disciple of Bacon
    • Comenius too came over from Mohammedanism. Though he was very
    • who afterwards became Conrad Ferdinand Meyer had first absorbed all
    • And so it came
    • afterwards came forth as Wolfgang Goethe. ‘Let us make
    • his talents came about’. Sometimes the psycho-analysts seem to
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    • came again as the children whose education this same
    • in history, came up in Conrad Ferdinand Meyer's mind owing to a
    • this man's connection with what later became the archbishopric
    • Canterbury — came to life again, and by association of ideas
    • two lives between death and rebirth and then came to expression in
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    • Mystery-centre, when an experience came to him of an event that made
    • through these symptomatic events there came to him the crystal-clear
    • impulses came into the life of mankind at that time, before being
    • especially interested me came into my field of vision, I realised:
    • his School. Very different characters came together in this
    • warmest interest in every human being with whom he came into contact.
    • in the way that came naturally to him.
    • days of the Renaissance — came again to the earth in modern
    • He thus became a
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    • this Nero-destiny came vividly before me on one occasion was
    • spirit. To all appearances the word came entirely out of the blue.
    • But later on it became quite clear that in reality the Akashic Record
    • conflicts. It was therefore an overwhelming shock when it became
    • Baden, near Vienna. Details gradually came to light and at first
    • became known that the Crown Prince had gone to his hunting lodge
    • came to light in a curious way.
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    • years later. Even then, although it came with great definition and
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    • which came near him, simply by fixing them with his gaze. This power
    • its eyes upon him and he himself became partially paralysed and had
    • that it only gradually came to be what it is, because the ancient
    • thinking became customary, is able to blend with the substance of the
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    • soul for what came from pre-earthly existence into earthly life was
    • the metabolic-limb system became especially active in this later
    • became utterly trivial and banal, absorbed in petty squabbles. I had
    • And then it became
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    • between death and a new birth, before he became Voltaire —
    • wrought in the Mars-sphere, Voltaire came again in the 18th century
    • Sun-periods came alive in him.
    • their light into the future and came to expression in a
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    • solemnity — he came to know the nether gods and the upper gods,
    • equilibrium. And as the pupil of the ancient Mysteries came to
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    • experience the present time, to gain a notion of what came
    • especially by those Aristotelians who came from Asia into
    • result of this a certain condition came about. For let us
    • way of thought. I do not say that they became philosophers.
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    • neighbourhood of the star that shone when he came down to
    • to these very human beings before they came down into this
    • anthroposophists, before they came down into this earthly
    • had not become fully clear or self-conscious, became at
    • appalling Ahrimanic impulse became mingled with it. After
    • righteousness, an Ahrimanic trait became mixed up in all
    • It came before him especially when he had reached that
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    • Earth and came to dwell on other planets of our system.
    • Atlantean times — they came down again to Earth. Thus
    • the souls came down again from the various planets —
    • karma to come into that stream which afterwards became the
    • individual souls who came down to earth unfolded the
    • came down at different times. There were those who came
    • civilisation. But there were also those who came down
    • human race, down to the time when Christ came in the flesh;
    • death, came into a strange position, which I may describe
    • Christians, in their life after death, came into the
    • to the Sun-Oracles. In their life after death, they came
    • they descended — when they became young again,
    • Denken”), and thus it came to expression in a rather
    • into little miniatures, came forth as the fairy-tale of the
    • therefore wonder that when it became necessary to give
    • became alike in structure — albeit different in
    • a little earlier — they came before that sublime and
    • in that super-sensible cult or ritual. Yet they came to it
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    • they became more and more frequent. Especially among those
    • we know such teachings from the East came over in manifold
    • afterwards came to be applied. (In a strange way the name
    • Christians, who became more and more attached to Rome, they
    • condition of soul which became general in Europe in the
    • been describing there came the time when Christendom in
    • became flesh and dwelt among us. But human beings are less
    • other things I have described, this feeling became more and
    • tradition, the whole custom of their speech came down to
    • altogether. The mere listening became more and more common.
    • to attend the whole Mass through. Those who became
    • became a sacred symbol in the reading of the Mass, the
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    • This only came to
    • Monks of Cluny — who afterwards became Pope under the
    • existence was sporadic. Nevertheless these things became
    • preparatory training in his School. All this became a
    • sun-stroke which came over him. Then he saw what man could
    • spiritual world. And in that spiritual world they came
    • They came to an
    • the Cistercians. He became a priest of the Cistercian
    • became the leading Schoolmen and their pupils, —
    • Platonists and Aristotelians together. And now there came
    • influence came over the Cistercian Order for example, when
    • Cistercian — when he with his Platonism became a
    • connected with that School became incorporated, if I may
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    • the 19th century the problem of heredity became the most
    • heredity. It was as though at the last moment he came to
    • and ancestors. During that time those qualities became
    • Mystery of Golgotha. It came to an end in ancient times
    • European civilisation, with its American appendage, became
    • the Revelations that came to man from the spiritual world.
    • that the Thoughts came with it. Today we think and ponder
    • ordered the Cosmic Intelligence which thus came to man
    • consciousness of the fact that their thoughts came to them
    • went on even into the 8th or 9th century A.D. Then came the
    • great moment of decision. It came in such a way that
    • Mystery in the Sun Mysteries now became alive again in
    • Intelligence from Michael as soon as it became earthly
    • Michael came down
    • transformed. Formerly he was a heart-man; then he became a
    • centuries. All these souls afterwards came together again
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    • century) which became even more so in the 14th and 15th
    • (these only came at the beginning of the 19th century) but
    • Intelligence as a means to knowledge became not only
    • cosmopolitan as I have already said, but became such that
    • that has come into the hands of men. For if men once became
    • battle was already there in the cosmos, but it became
    • and his hosts and came down to men on earth. It only became
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    • penetration of the Michael-forces into the world came to
    • workings of karma he became incapable of using his
    • such cases it became evident how deeply these Michael
    • nearer, and it became more and more evident that those
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    • the way I have described before he came down into the
    • future have to look continually upon those who came to the
  • Title: Lecture: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture XI: Evolution of the Michael Principle Throughout the Ages. The Split in the Cosmic Intelligence
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    • earthly life, saw how the etheric body became dissolved in
    • great crisis was accomplished: the Cosmic Intelligence came
    • Intelligence came down to the single men. But this, my dear
    • Planetary Intelligences gradually came into cosmic
    • year 869 A.D., the karma of human beings came into
    • the modern history of mankind. Disorder came into the karma
    • Scotus Erigena) became complete Nominalists. They said:
    • certain times, when a human consciousness became impaired
    • afterwards that one became acquainted with what Nietzsche
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Introductory Lecture
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    • Society came into being out of the framework of the Theosophical
    • my work was given the hallmark of the impulse which later became an
    • I became aware of intense opposition to this proposal. And
    • precisely out of this sleep that there came the impressions of past
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture II
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    • had been initiated for this very work, but he gradually became, in a
    • So it came about that in the course of time he betrayed (so they would
    • the Initiate himself. Thus the servant became the embalmer of mummies,
    • which this honourable task involved. But at length his character became
    • such that he no longer enjoyed great respect, and he thus came into
    • destiny. And in the Roman epoch they both of them came back to earthly
    • life. They came back at the very time when the dominion of the Roman
    • interesting how Livy came to be an historian. In the ancient Egyptian
    • Livius became an historian. Now I would like some, indeed as many of you
    • thus came into the position of rediscovering in the Tyrol what was then
    • and this other man often came together, and Walther received many an
    • the discoverer of Laurin's Castle. For he came back to earth as
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture III
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    • interesting who were influenced by the streams that came over from Asia
    • pre-Christian times, and before the Gospel came there, even in its
    • who came from the Round Table of King Arthur than in their former, more
    • afterwards came forth in Francis Bacon and Comenius had been working
    • nature than that which afterwards came to take its place. It is
    • actually a kind of elementary initiation. Brunetto Latini became Dante's
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture IV
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    • sunstroke and a great shock as he came near to Florence, the city of his
    • describes as follows. — He said that as he came near the city of
    • condition which soon passed, what had been taught in the School became
    • much freer than they afterwards became. In effect, all these teachers of
    • Then came a
    • Chartres, and what preceded and what came after it. For the greatest of
    • Then I came to Vienna. (All these things are described in
    • After a time I came
    • Cistercian Order. Thus once again I came together with Cistercians, and
    • know, with the age of the Spiritual Soul, materialism became more and
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture V
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    • on in the spiritual worlds in unison with those who afterwards came
    • Chartres through a certain stimulus, if I may describe it so, which came
    • since the Christmas feeling came over our Anthroposophical Society. For
    • first centuries. They witnessed all that came into the world as
    • the greatest imaginable wonder when I first came to it as a result of
    • it what it then became, the official Christianity of the West. I
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture VI
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    • Plays came into being, and for this reason the first Mystery Play,
    • they were obliterated in what then came forth as the materialistic
    • before why Schelling ever came to Berlin. Now I know.”
    • 1854, Schelling was in the spiritual world again. And he came especially
    • the eighteen nineties, it became fully clear to me: However it may have
    • Most clear and visible it became to me when
    • comprehending any philosophy or world-conception that came into my
    • these things only became clear at a far later date, when I wrote my
    • Then I became aware how greatly Tycho Brahe had progressed in his life
    • what then came forth as Anthroposophy.
    • behind, the light which works within the super-sensible. For what came to
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture VII
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    • warmth-conditions, everything that afterwards became the mineral, plant
    • third of the 19th century and came to a kind of rationalistic
    • suggested in the description of Strader) this man became a Capuchin
    • monk, but he could not bear it in the Church, and at length became a
    • Earth, and, having been a part of earthly substance, became a heavenly
    • was reborn as I described it to you. He came into an uncertainty of
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture VIII
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    • the philosopher“Agrippa,” came into that region, it
    • came about that he now saw supersensibly, how in the ancient Mysteries
    • suggestion already in his former passage through Mercury, came and
    • Hertling, who became Chancellor of the German Reich at a
    • of his Mazarini nature. All the peculiar qualities with which he came to
    • Christianity, and entered into it,