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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • given up because he did not succeed in a week, a month, a year or a
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • Hill, did not work for the Post Office. But one who did, had the
    • changed. One did not believe at that time that one needed a simple
    • character of the soul; and precisely from this masculine culture did
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • did the Physical Christ in Palestine. If men observe such happenings
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Mysticism of Christianity because I did not intend to deal with this
    • topic, nor was it entitled Christian Mysticism because I did not
    • so did the disciple have to share in the life of the earth. When the
    • creation of man. Did man not exist, the whole creation could not
    • such an experience took care that they did not completely fall prey to
    • When did this happen? It happened in that age when the forces that
    • Only after the Mystery of Golgotha did it become possible to
    • Similarly, it can be said that did the soul not inwardly experience
    • Christ, did it not identify itself with the power of Christ, Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • thirtieth. Medieval man, however, did not need all the knowledge that is
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the spiritual atmosphere of the Earth, so did that which was brought
    • It may well be said that “The Light-giving Thought did indeed shine
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • after, or were forced by nausea to flee from. That this did not happen, that
    • martyrs still knew that the old Greek sages, although they did not use the
    • that Christ did not descend from hierarchy to hierarchy and only
    • for Christ did not appear to one nation only but, being the great Sun
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • germinating seed could perish if conditions didn't foster the
    • claimed that the earth didn't stand still, but revolved around the
    • How did people react? They thought that religion was at stake, that
    • scientific knowledge did in its day. Spiritual science wants to
    • carefully. Why, then, did I choose it? Only in order to show that
    • spiritually. Nature didn't change because of Copernicus, nor does the
    • Although the exoteric cultures of earlier times did not allow people
    • be admitted into the mysteries as pupils or candidates for initiation.
    • Augustine's opinion. Why did this Christian teacher state such a
    • Let's think for a moment of Giordano Bruno — what did he really do?
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • political intransigence alone did not lead to war against the world
    • Russia, did nothing to prevent the war because she did not attempt to
    • Furthermore, the war did not emerge out of a French or Russian moral
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • official religion. Had this battle not taken place as it did, the
    • relationships would have become different. But how did this victory
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • People these days talk as if it did not have to come about when it
    • and did not know that the child was buried under it. When we were
    • indulgent smile, as if they wanted to say, “What did the poet know
    • did it take for the editor to realize that the account about spiritual
    • Orleans; what had to happen did indeed take place. Today, the Christ
    • through his epistolary outpouring did not satisfy him; he now insists
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • over him. We should never believe Christ to be God if He did not prove
    • his identity. But Christ did so, inasmuch as He has risen, inasmuch as
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • them. But if we did so we would paralyze certain of our spiritual energies
    • soul, is lost. People like Deubler did not see through the whole process, did
    • How did certain scientists receive the views presented by Eduard von
    • They were all designed to show that he simply did not understand the things
    • Among the many rejoinders one was written by a man who at first did not
    • proper to natural science, as I did years ago. I still believe and always have
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • candid recognition of the fact should have some positive effect upon
    • the bodily nature of man in a far distant epoch. How they did so, you
    • If the forces of death did not exist in the Universe, man would not be
    • did not receive into himself those inclinations to evil of which I
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • just these anti-social forces did not become ever more powerful; they
    • and not to know each other better at the end than they did at the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • simply did not know what spirit really is from the standpoint of a man
    • an extraordinarily good, a really splendid piece of writing — only it
    • Goethe himself did not succeed in lifting to the level of spiritual
    • But that is not all. These trends in economic thinking did not go
    • heterogeneous strata were intermingled; it was felt that they did not
    • a notion of what the spirit is. And where did they seek it? In the
    • culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • he has been doing so. He did it as an unconscious process. The capacity
    • themselves. In earlier times it was sufficient to rely on life. The blood did
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • knowledge that has an individual-personal bearing. If we did not
    • for if it did it would come to
    • (warmth-body), for if it did it would be led to the solid body. This
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • connection with his body if he did not leave it during sleep and seek
    • if we did not do so, if the universe did not continually die in us, we
    • considered that such truths were dangerous for the masses and did not
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • imaginatively, as the Egyptians did. But we must find the right Isis
    • before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the eyes of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • His peace shall be with all men of good will.” Thus did the
    • What did these Wisemen of the East experience? What was the special
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • teaching of Copernicus (as it did until the year 1827), the reason was
    • For the Greek this kind of inner activity did not yet exist. Just as
    • we get red, green, G, C sharp from sense-perception, so did he get the
    • did, fundamentally speaking, was to reduce to calculation the results
    • outlook; hence his self-consciousness did not grow. He remained more
    • Nature. And believing that if he did so unprepared, he would sink into
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Thus we distinguish two kinds of feeling, as we did in the case of the
    • with an Ahrimanic quality. — Thus did the ancient Persians experience
    • the sphere lying between judgment and feeling. At that time they did
    • life. Men did not experience merely light and darkness but something
    • so the ancient Persians. The wise men among them did not believe that
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
    • piling them up. In olden days one did not count in this way. A start
    • And only then did the archetypal, underlying reality become an
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • to him. Previously he has taken as his guideline all that we did in
    • if they did not fall out. The permanent teeth, on the other hand, are
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • warmed and irradiated — god-inspired — thus did the Greek feel in
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • or that he did not tell himself at a certain moment: ‘This is how you
    • people these days, did not exist among those working for initiation in the
    • ancient Mysteries. Concepts did exist then; but they were not won, as
    • of mineral, of plant, and animal. These people did not absorb the abstract
    • self-knowledge, much as he did in later times. ‘Know Thyself’
    • exclusively pictorial consciousness. I have often spoken about this. He did
    • Only after crossing the threshold of death did one become spiritual man
    • not be made arrogant through Mystery-initiation. For whilst on earth he did
    • candidate for humanity, and that he needed to use his life on earth in such
    • physical body you are not yet fully human, you are only a candidate for
    • and it sets in motion another aspect of its life accordingly, as it did for
    • times man's task on the earth was to be a candidate for life, becoming
    • In those times the danger was that if he did not live his life on earth
    • undone; today destruction follows. Then, not to become a candidate for life
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • This membering, however, may not be done as a professor once did who
    • wanted to ridicule the anthroposophical movement. He did not attempt to
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • always exclude the times we spent asleep; we join the things we did
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • It did not merely reflects the sunlight to the Earth but mingled in
    • — Beings who did not put on physical human bodies as do the men of
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • And so we see in Novalis a radiant and splendid forerunner of that
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • This is what we must find again: What did the risen Christ tell to
    • go beyond this and ask: What did the Christ say after his
    • who lived on the earth did not possess a knowledge of the kind termed
    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • interlude. But they did not see in the points “a” and
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • animal which is dead, so did these ancient men know nothing of death,
    • continuation, but they did not think of death as an end. Only with
    • course, did not assume the form of a problem formulated in a
    • through inspirations from the spiritual world and did not think about
    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • not tell them anything concerning death, for death did not exist in
    • the worlds of the gods, and it did not exist for man, because he
    • could not learn until then. We learn what the gods did behind the
    • through crucifixion! Especially if things took the course they did
    • to him in the event at Damascus. What did this mean for Saul? It
    • until the Mystery of Golgotha death did not exist in the divine
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • manifestations, did not die inwardly. They always remained alive.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • taken down by Frl. Johanna Mücke, who did not know shorthand, so that
    • That Shakespeare himself did not publish his plays was simply in
    • (shorthand had just begun to exist), so that their text did not
    • inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did not fail to produce a
    • general conception. The Christian principles of that time did not
    • Shakespeare also did not intend to present ideas of any kind, he did
    • because he did not burden his characters with theories, he was able to
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Mücke, who did not know shorthand, so they do not claim to
    • Shakespeare himself did not publish his plays was simply in
    • performances, so that the texts did not completely correspond to
    • Neuman-Hofer at the inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
    • also did not intend to present a certain idea, not jealousy in
    • he did not burden his characters with theories was he able to
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Mathesis.” They did not mean by this that the essence of the
    • fairly on the path to spiritual knowledge. They did not strive for
    • perceive free of the senses.” In this way did Plato, the
    • Extension itself becomes the creation of the extensionless. Thus did
    • overrating of mathematics. He did not want to have the qualitative
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • did people but know it — who does not bring with him at
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of this possibility. We did not,
    • in the human body. If you did not have nerves everywhere, you could
    • out there did. We can say that there are certain forces of a cosmic
    • forces coming in out of the universe that did not produce mountains.
    • different from the one we would have if we did the same thing in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • but something of a didactic, instructive kind, which could never
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Schröer, who was once responsible for examining candidate teachers for
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • For Elf King's daughter did I see.”
    • so at all; they were unhappy if a child of ten did not yet know the
    • law. Our children's minds would be in a sorry plight if we did! What
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • organs. There would be no heart in the human organism if the Sun did
    • if Venus did not place it into the organism. And so it is with each
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • are a living monument to what we did in unison with higher Beings
    • at such a description one did not feel wonder and reverence for the
    • remember it, give lectures on it. If we did not make such efforts we
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • something that has belonged to Freemasonry. Freemasonry did indeed urge its
    • altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to produce its own
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • because he felt that spirit did indeed live in what had shrunk to the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • — as man’s Divine Companion, but Who did not descend with
    • senses as a kind of ‘Natural Law.’ Science did not feel
    • contrary statement (i.e., that he did not exist) can be
    • certain point of time, and that the capacity did not exist in the
    • experiences had an ancient Persian or Egyptian candidate for
    • candidates for Initiation were led into the spiritual world in the
    • events underlying history. Innumerable candidates had received
    • Thomas Aquinas was once asked: “Did the little hands of the
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • which man can penetrate. This, too, is the attitude of Mysticism. Did
    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • they did not live a physical existence.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • says something like this: Plato did not admit the existence of a
    • the Good above the other Ideas, but he did not thereby imply that the
    • of Ammonius Saccas. How did the world appear to the soul of
    • been so splendid a preparation for an understanding of the Mystery of
    • Initiation but did in fact succeed in exterminating it, wishing to put
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • night, unfortunately did not exist. What a different course would the
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Akasha Chronicle. Something reminiscent of their forms did indeed
    • few miles of Solomon's Temple, but he did not set eyes upon it.
    • peoples.” Up to now, our age has shown no aptitude, as did the
    • such splendid understanding on the part of the Johannesbau-Verein and
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • body.” Never did the man of ancient time unite himself so
    • Thus did man feel the Spirit from whom he had departed,
    • and take on a human body — as indeed He did, when the time was
    • culture of that age, the question was. How did Christ enter into
    • Jesus, what path did He take? In the earliest times of Christianity
    • Christ to Earth. They asked themselves, How did the super-sensible
    • the Mystery of Golgotha drew near, did men begin to feel the real
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • word Pflug (plough) gave man the same inner experience as did
    • next higher Hierarchy. (What they did still receive through their
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • which Scholasticism affords a splendid example their
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • repeat it: If we did not have our sense organs, we could know nothing
    • One thing it is important to perceive. St. Paul did not speak in vain
    • If these Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces did not entice us, all that
    • this or that ideal of life, this or that hope or plan. He did not
    • with us now touches our soul far more nearly than what they did in
    • opinion. I did not write my opinion about Goethe, but tried to
    • express the thoughts that came forth from Goethe. I did not write my
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • fact it was expressly stated that Osiris did not spread them by the
    • waited at home in Egypt. Isis, the consort of Osiris, did not permit
    • but inasmuch as they spoke of their Gods, they did not really speak
    • were in a certain respect useful; but they also did things about
    • to conduct his affairs he took on all sorts of forms, did he not —
    • did the Greek form this conception — that there was once a
    • as a super-sensible being — why did the Greek form this concept?
    • flesh. It did not suit them (so thought the Greeks in their
    • as good as widow. For what did she become? She became what is
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • Ideas — as it were — as Goethe still did, and that they
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • and Ahrimanic figures. People looked at the statue and did not know
    • but she did not know its nature, she knew nothing of the being of
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • post-Atlantean culture, the Cancer-culture, this insensitivity did
    • and a looking-glass, then Till Eulenspiegel did not live! If I want
    • states: Goethe did not know of the Fraunhofer lines! Nor does it help
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • examples. Friedrich Schlegel did not look on Napoleon exactly as an
    • what did Friedrich Schlegel understand by the Christianizing of
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
    • would perhaps have been better, instead of doing what he did, to have
    • part in science; that did not suit his later years.
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • they did not wander on the earth as higher animals who were just born
    • and buried. Rather did they bring themselves into connection with the
    • up to the stars, to the planets as we do today, but they did not
    • he did not know that a new revelation of the spirit was necessary, he
    • did not matter so much if people in the last few centuries gave no
    • conditions. Hence it did no harm — there were similar
    • relationships in Europe in the last centuries — it did no harm
    • hatred. There was a Czardom, and the Czardom behaved as it did, so
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • divining-rod. Professor Benedict did not make clairvoyant
    • matters did not act as if they were aware of the reason. For anyone
    • examinations splendidly, be a brilliant University Professor of
    • did not explain things to himself logically, he did not learn them,
    • human being still received world-wisdom. This did not lack that logic
    • today it is as if one did not wish to work in a workshop with actual
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • what did a student acquire by going through these exercises in
    • raised this activity to consciousness. What did he learn by following
    • into our body, as did the ancient Indian, — indeed we must not
    • reference to life, if it did not permeate each separate branch of
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • would not understand how they spoke or what they did. Historical
    • the affairs of human beings. But he really did not feel at home in
    • Goethe did not feel at home either with the principles of measure,
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
    • impossible because he did not pass on to abstract thoughts as we have
    • out of our concepts and observations of the material world, so did
    • made such splendid progress.’ And he will look upon all that
    • his views on the subject very forcibly but he did not ever work them
    • did the ancients personify the phenomena of Nature in this sense;
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • world-conception, because the spreading of Christianity did its
    • world-conception did not work with intellectual forces; essentially
    • a time when the intellect did not merely unfold its technique,
    • book was published in 1855, when a clearly defined Darwinism did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • I did not go beyond the point of saying: The chief thing to be borne
    • world. Consequently, this colleague did not speak of Haeckel's
    • might also say, he hid) what he had to say, or what he did not wish
    • spiritual life, if we did not continually have death within us. We
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • his powers were inadequate for he did not intensify the pictures into
    • What did
    • inner experience. But if Anthroposophy did not shed light upon what
    • the universe, must get to know his own nature, but his faculties did
    • enters into conscious relationship with other human beings, so did
    • intercourse did not enlighten them only in regard to the vital fluids
    • times men did not use the abstract word think to express
    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • adopted by modern science, did not exist for the thinkers of olden
    • pre-earthly existence is due to the fact that he did not really
    • people who did not desire the upward progress, but rather the
    • wished to lead mankind on the downward path. Such Initiates did not
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • ideas; on that account the Romans developed something that did not as
    • yet exist in the whole ancient East, that did not even exist, in the
    • pre-Socratic times still felt this in a living way. He did not think
    • considered his food, in which he took in something that he did not
    • felt, as it were, similar to the serpent, that he did not as yet
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, for this did not, of course,
    • in the same way as we, and the Egyptians even less so, nor did they
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • 19th and 20th century. Yet they did not think that we do not only
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • an old Persian legend. “Djemjdid was a king who led his people
    • equal unwillingness to perceive that straightforward, candid
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • did not do this, misunderstanding might easily arise.
    • Anthroposophical Movement did not get on very well, and so now they
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • have experienced during our life, is woven into it. How did we
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • office manager, who did what he had to do in that capacity. He poured
    • deeds. Beginning in 1919 it did want to do that.
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • by this meeting, experiences again the same movements which it did at the
    • evolution; we have made splendid progress since then! [You will remember what
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • certain extent, react similarly to the way Paracelsus did. It might
    • forgiveness, too, perhaps, as Paracelsus did to his local
    • know less than they did before. So they choke in filth and corpses
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • bisexuality occur earlier. But what we call the human kingdom did not
    • surroundings did not always contain these fructifying fluids, but
    • in our present cycle of humanity, these differences did not exist
    • less the same too. That men were so much alike did not have the
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • spiritual. And in those ancient times man did not at all perceive
    • looked up to the sun he did not see the physical ball of the sun but
    • did in those times we would not be able to say: ‘This or that
    • those ancient times what we call illness did not exist. There was no
    • platonic love if sensual love did not enter into it. And whereas
    • illness did not exist. It came about at the same time as
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • In very ancient times the earth did not revolve around its axis; this
    • still in a different condition, this movement did not as yet exist.
    • The first stimulus to movement did not occur in the earth but in man.
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • not arise if he did not turn the handle. It is perfectly permissible
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • puts stones in his own path. If he did not have to muster the
    • a man encounters some harm he did to a fellow man in his twentieth
    • experiences the harm he did to someone else. Supposing he hit someone
    • way the other person did when it happened. You experience objectively
    • in the spiritual world everything you yourself did in the external
    • to part of his brain, and he did not develop the strength to break
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • existence. It was there, outside. And what God did was to take what
    • life. If man did not have his ego within him he could not experience
    • laughter. And not for nothing did people ascribe howling and gnashing
    • lose itself if it did not strengthen itself inwardly against all
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • sun and the moon did man become like we know him today. What were the
    • spiritual species that did not concern itself very much with the
    • human being did not descend on to the earth's surface. That is why
    • each of these beings that did not descend but was still ethereal
    • later times. They did not concern themselves about other people; but
    • feeling of personality, but who did not migrate to where the feeling
    • was strong and firm, but it did not set its imprint on the bodily
    • found the peoples that did not descend right into physical bodies but
    • the one Brahma! With whom did the European unite himself, if he had
    • that certain sections of the earth's inhabitant's did not find it
    • altogether, and only listen to what the outside world says! They did
    • not really say this, because they did not reflect in this manner. But
    • they succumb to the same fate as did the peoples that were always
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    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • determined by karma. Only on Earth did man attain the possibility of
    • years ago than they did three thousand years ago and from the way
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    • happened to him; he was struck by lightning. This did not prove
    • of its founder, in many respects it did good at the time. Such
    • by the recognition that this ancient seer was able to write as he did
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    • cannot escape because on Earth we did not educate ourselves in this
    • of evolution did not require men unconditionally to acquire this
    • religion among them did not do so, but instead founded a second
    • Paul did in fact begin to make this distinction and those who
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    • take place simply because something that might have happened did not
    • the twelfth century a story, a splendid allegory, became current in
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    • actually perceived. They did not, however, perceive in the way that
    • is in our meaning of the word, for logical thinking did not yet
    • experienced yesterday, so did souls in the Graeco-Latin epoch still
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    • until our own time, Rosicrucianism did not contain the teachings of
    • belonging to the Ego. Otherwise, if Luciferic Spirits did not
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    • but that simply did not exist in its present form only a few
    • fact it exists in a much more oppressive form in our time than it did
    • something incomprehensible. Such belief did not exist in earlier
    • his Ego? How did this soul-content differ from what existed before
    • certain spirits of the higher Hierarchies did not keep pace with
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    • precondition of man's true spiritual development. No being who did
    • structure of the human body is veritably more splendid than anything
    • through physical bodies, did not see the stars merely as material
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    • carried so splendidly far in our thoughts about energy and evolution?
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    • the body of Jesus of Nazareth was not clear to them. They did not
    • as far as it did in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the Graeco-Latin
    • Sibyllism is a remarkable, enigmatic phenomenon, occurring as it did
    • thirsted in vain. They had it all, but in what form did they have it?
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    • walked the Earth as man. The only question is: Did this Being, whom
    • something I did not intimate in
    • fact they did pursue. If these souls had simply gone on using the
    • solar activity, did not become organs of mere sympathy and antipathy.
    • Apollo. The figure of Apollo emerged in a distinctive way: what did
    • thinking, feeling and willing into harmony. They did not say so
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    • occultism. But in revering Apollo the Greeks did not look on the sun
    • rushing through the storm. What form then did the world-picture —
    • something happens which did often happen to the Jewish people —
    • did not incarnate on Earth but remained in spiritual worlds. And when
    • of Himself. As the moon reflects the sunlight, so did Jahve reflect
    • pride, and be on your guard; for if God did not spare the native
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    • He did so and he won the battle. A decisive event for the
    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • to the surface? That is the question. Where did it lay hold of souls
    • Thus I did not know how to proceed when I once asked the Norwegian
    • signifies — naturally he did not know their names. He then goes
    • John, who did not forsake his mother, he might discern the karmic
    • “I once by Fisher-King did stand.
    • Yet did forbear to put the word
    • clearly, did not know what to make of the message of the stars, for
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    • of again yielding lawful revelations. Never willingly did the true
    • did, and only an entirely obsessed materialist, such as Anatole
    • And in fact this was done; men did look up to the stars. Although
    • Golgotha — then, if we follow that out, we may ask: Whence did
    • the Christ come? How did He come when He came from on high to be the
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    • thought-perception. Plato and Aristotle did not think in the
    • make subjective efforts in order to think, did not as yet exist in
    • slight goose-flesh if one tells him that Plato and Aristotle did not
    • thinks. Plato and Aristotle did not think, but they could as little
    • instance, to create validity for the idea of God; — for one did not
    • the fact that he did not realise he grasped the spirit in logic, in
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    • we did not unfold this imaginative life by living together with other
    • the simple reason that, if we did so, highly unpleasant truths would
    • dead. What, then, did they do? You need only think of former times,
    • my work into the objective course of world-evolution. Therefore I did
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    • lives in the human will. It is splendid that the analytical chemist
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    • added something to your soul which you did not possess before a new
    • different way from the way we did in the physical body — we
    • knowledge, did we not call attention to such things, now and again.
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • the world in a deeper sense, speak as did Jacob Böhme, for
    • instance, who did not say: — “When we see the blue vault
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    • that we should not make progress in our work, if we did not from time
    • required long periods of time. You may also know that man did not go
    • stage, but they did not dwell in flesh as man does now. It was only
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    • Folk-spirit, did not meet with other Beings on the same piece of
    • ground, and did not work in conjunction with them in the etheric body
    • behind that they did not go through their Archangel stage upon the
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    • If all this had become what it did not become, that is
    • whether he did so in the north or the south, in the east or the west.
    • race before the Lemurian epoch, for then only did man descend to the
    • this course. The American Indians did not die out because it pleased
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    • South from the other parts of Europe. Now how did this Alpine chain
    • if he did not know it — what spiritual science has long
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    • of the nineteenth century. In all this the son of the brown race did
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    • closely. The following question will especially interest you: How did
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    • age of civilization of the post-Atlantean epoch. In what way did they
    • Persian communities awoke one stage lower than did the Indians, but
    • ‘ I ’ awoke at a higher stage than it did in
    • the Angels and Archangels in the human souls did not exist as a
    • directly experienced. He did not look back in remembrance at the
    • did he see there? How did he perceive Wotan or Odin? What did he
    • recognize him to be? As what did he learn to love him, and above all
    • be able to perceive it again in a little while;’ but he did not
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    • Now the Germanic Scandinavian did not know merely of
    • time when man did not look at the world with external physical
    • But that did not contain for him any direct vision; he had felt the
    • was not possible in Northern lands to feel, as did the men in Asia
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    • did not find it in that way. There man had already evolved
    • subjectively to such a high stage of human perfection, that he did
    • Therefore the East did not experience the whole process
    • Initiates, the Druid Priests, the Celts did receive instruction from
    • the Spiritual Soul with the ‘ I ’ did not exist
    • branch and work out in the most various ways. Thus did the peculiar
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    • does not know that this event really did occur, will understand what
    • would bewilder mankind, if Odin did not overcome the Fenris Wolf,
    • you now, as I did in Berlin, to accept nothing I have ever said or
    • thing if Anthroposophy did not contribute to the evolution of man,
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    • went on. Man did not remain fettered to the earth. He received an impulse for
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    • already mentioned, I did not depend in any way upon the works of the
    • writer Blavatsky or of Annie Besant, nor did I take them particularly
    • he did not believe in the existence of America because the Bible does
    • the infinite space.” What Giordano Bruno then did for physical
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    • they did not acquire them as man acquires his thoughts today. If a
    • of those who did not hold this view. He regarded as truth both what
    • artistic and the scientific did not, in fact, appear until
    • revelations. But this meant that he did not live in his thoughts in
    • again, so did he feel his thoughts as something which he did not draw
    • alternate with Summer, so did they let the time of wisdom alternate
    • the potatoes last splendidly through the Winter, which would not be
    • The man of old did not feel that
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    • Greeks because something lived in their souls which did not come to
    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • expression to the powerful will of Moses as he did. The whole
    • certainly did not possess any of the qualities needed for the
    • was a fact that no image was to be made. The earliest Christians did
    • lay hidden within it when everything had been removed that did not
    • never create in bronze or other materials what he did in stone.
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • painter; nor did he regard himself as sufficiently prepared for his
    • he did not receive the payments due to him and he lived in perpetual
    • utterances of the Jewish Prophets. How did the Sibyls come to make
    • How did Christ come into
    • the world? And how did the world develop so that all human history
    • Chapel. One he did complete, the Last Judgment. But what we can see
    • permeated everything that he did with what we can see to be his own
    • present form is due really to him. He did not live to see it
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    • becoming steadily rarer. Men did not in those days fill themselves
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    • concerning the Mystery of Golgotha, but to those who did not
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    • for what he did during his past incarnation. It is very reasonable
    • person's good actions towards us, at a time in which we did not
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    • But the feminist movement did not strike this note. On the contrary,
    • things which were really needed, did not exist. We should know that
    • which the ancient Greeks also did: to extract our educational
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    • find in it that vivifying power which did not live in the earth
    • explained that man did not begin his development upon the earth,
    • Man did not first come into being upon the earth, but in order to
    • to read. But at that moment the book did not interest him as much
    • Franceschi had heard in his dream and whom he did not know, was
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    • of this difference. And if men did not box themselves up within their
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    • we did and achieved in our previous life on earth); but when
    • expected, and you did not come!
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    • intellect, or he did not. The latter case was considered
    • time. People, then, did not pass each other by with the complete
    • needs are summed up which in the fourth post-Atlantean period did not
    • post-Atlantean epoch those who worked to spread religious truths did
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    • normal human being today did not yet exist. Though he did not express it,
    • man did not, as it were, distinguish himself from the external world. He
    • the man of old did not feel like that. When he walked along a river
    • conscious inner experience. This he did by timing the inhaling,
    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • Thus, the yogi did not feel
    • he did not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • setting. In just the same way did the yogi, through his changed breathing,
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
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    • about the same length of time that Christ had walked the earth, did
    • single moment; nevertheless the Event of Golgotha did bring about an
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
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    • influences from the forces of Venus, Mercury and Moon did not
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    • the primitive varieties that then existed. If we did not already
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    • all hands. The plant would never blossom if the astral did not touch
    • solid thing, separate from the surrounding Universe. If the Earth did
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    • is drawn in, and the astral is made splendidly effective.
    • absolutely splendid, and yet, when it comes to man it may only fill
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    • as you did the yarrow preparation. You will thus get a manure with a
    • first suggested building mountain railways. What did they not throw
    • now be extremely effective. Mix it with the manure, just as you did
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    • rich in forests long before man did anything—for in certain matters
    • did not fully understand it any longer, but he revived it from old usage
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    • and you will ask: Why,did it ever occur to human beings to cook their
    • question the everyday things with which we are so familiar. Why did
    • too, men would do well to observe these things. If they did so, we should
    • splendidly.
    • doubt, over a long period of time. Splendid results will emerge if you
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    • consciously all that he formerly did unconsciously. This
    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
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    • with the Mystery of Golgotha did not remain with them as individuals, but was
    • they tried to comprehend them all together, believing as they did in the
    • generally stop to think how it is that mankind did not come to this knowledge
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
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    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • feeling was still a part of nature. Not until the eighth century did
    • scientific thinking. However great Plato and Aristotle were, they did
    • withdrawal of man's inner being from nature that did not take place
    • Lessing also did, that in coming back for repeated lives on
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    • thousands of years ago, did our soul intermingle with our astral
    • consciousness of the Earth, so did man then see and perceive a wide
    • which then crowd into his heart, such as did in the dream of Olaf
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    • follower of Mauthner, who did not, however, look upon himself as an
    • wise men thought before our time, and how splendidly we have advanced
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    • Thus did the great Atlantean Initiates speak to their pupils
    • if the Greeks did not actually behold Zeus or Pallas Athene
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    • events of four or five years ago? Did they really know what they were
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • refuge in something that they did not need to take seriously. This is
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    • not call ourselves fully human if we did not think that motive was
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    • 14:32 And the people flew upon the spoil, and took sheep, and oxen, and calves, and slew them on the ground: and the people did eat them with the blood. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
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    • our earthly life, we did not first experience its three
    • me for the first time, he asked: “How did you first become
    • — even the history of language can support this — man did
    • Why did man in this former disposition of soul feel the human being as a
    • breathing being? Because he did actually feel life in the respiratory
    • process (which did not proceed so unconsciously as it does to-day).
    • Breathing, Yoga Training. And what did one develop? If we investigate
    • Platonic truths. By this Yoga-breathing the pupil did not acquire
    • At that time one did not construct for oneself isolated thoughts
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
    • did one attain? In the course of the history of civilisation men came
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    • and in no other, did plastic art arise in times when it was still an
    • a sculptor's mind, as Goethe did in his morphology of plants.
    • what is artistic, as we did above, if one would really understand the
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    • together. A man like Bulwer, of course, did not fit into such a
    • the 19th century materialistic world-conception. Why did these
    • have come into existence if the life of ideas did not arise from a
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    • still held that it could. They did not imagine that the Gospels were
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    • Gods in a spiritual way. Nor did they receive these teachings in
    • dead, as little did the men of those early times understand
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • What did this signify for Saul? It signified that the judgment
    • world in pictures, in revelations; inwardly they did not die. And
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    • In earlier ages, people did
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • conception was already lost. They did not approach the Christ at all.
    • — but he did not take part in the end —, when the chief
    • confessed openly that modern protestant theologians did not possess
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    • course of history: What the Maid of Orleans did, when she rose up
    • aura. This is a historical fact. The villagers did not know what had
    • happened; they did not know that the Maid of Orleans had been
    • by train and did the shopping quite alone, although he was only
    • seven. One evening he did not come home. There was a lecture that
    • fallen into the river because he was dead; he did not die because he
    • Europe. Indeed, we may see strange, foreboding flashes of light! Did
    • circles, although a few years ago it did not exist at all. The
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    • is what many people did actually get out of the ideas of
    • Europe there was no sort of knowledge that men did not
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    • schoolmaster. Not until afterwards did he discover that it
    • did not come to himself again in that consciousness which
    • like this feeling, any more than the worthy professor did
    • army, and he did so.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • Christmas and did not reawaken until the day of the Three
    • And so indeed it was. Though she did not do so in the way of
    • what it was that happened on that 6th of January they did not
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    • did not look back with regret to something that man had lost. On the
    • meaning of it all did not wholly penetrate his consciousness. The
    • earthly order. How did Buddha himself seek illumination? Unless we
    • your splendid conceptions will be at war with themselves directly
    • great and mighty results that the human mind did not feel able to
    • world-conception that did not attempt to wrestle with all the facts
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    • consisting of vowels only. The word Jahve for example did not
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    • the soul of man to-day, did not bear the same form in the souls of
    • the faculty of clear and conscious discernment, did not as yet exist.
    • Thus did an ancient
    • splendid. Anthroposophical Initiation Science would awaken this
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    • possibly what did occur. Nevertheless, this hypothesis cannot be
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • they did in fact strive for this knowledge. They asked themselves:
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • Origenes did not know
    • this, nor did Clemens of Alexandria. They did not know about the
    • dramatic performances, did they begin to form an idea of what took
    • not have written it. Yet it is a fact that he did write it, and since
    • I did not have the book handy, I had no choice but to send that
    • did, for they promised that they could come again and would not be
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    • alone has reality. Why did Schopenhauer arrive at the idea that the
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    • deposited or successive lower beds did not yet exist, and that in
    • find there only fossil remains of animals which did not yet possess a
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    • the Kingdom of the Giants did not see in the Gods an equivalent,
    • they did not see the same as that which the Christian of
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    • refer, the Congress of the European Section in Genoa did not take
    • place, we on our part did not abandon our festival on this account.
    • an enormous amount for it. How did she do this? Was it by forming the
    • reincarnation and karma, did not possess these truths in the
    • only revealed later to the West. Madame Blavatsky did not give an
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    • suffice if we did not pre-suppose the evolution of our whole cosmic
    • Saturn did not only take place then, — it goes on even to-day;
    • ‘soul-teaching without soul’ although it did not coin the
    • philosophy of Hegel you will find everything splendidly described.
    • which we must see how a splendid intellect is completely at a
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    • essential parts did not consist of what we know as earth, water and
    • for, as we saw in the last lecture, ‘time’ itself did not
    • this experience did not arouse in the soul a passionate desire
    • of sacrifice is — if we did not learn the spirit of utter
    • a conception of all these occurrences, as we did of the last when the
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    • of our earth because they did not, during the evolution of the Moon,
    • for why did they linger behind? Such a thought might occur to us. The
    • Cherubim who did not accept the proffered sacrifice, but diverted its
    • it were, contained in the smoke of the sacrifice, did so because in
    • have been expressed what the Cherubim who made no resignation did
    • with the substance of the sacrifice. But they did reject it, and in
    • behind. Through the rejection of a sacrifice, other beings who did
    • did not lay with those who remained behind. This is the
    • did not allow man to create the world.
    • good. The gods did not shrink from the evil, which alone could give
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    • spiritualist union at Munich, and so little did the postman know what
    • this if we look into our own souls as we did in the last lecture,
    • describe her at all, did we not take for granted that her Soul was
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    • Jesus of Nazareth did not rise again. Proof can be brought against
    • he did not trouble to count them, but brought them home. But a
    • correct — only it did not correspond with the reality; for that
    • kreuzers. The boy's argument was quite correct; but did not accord
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    • nations, would be achieved so much better if they did away
    • are able to live, seeing they did not receive what was due to
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    • summon up an age of wars and devastation did not hold true to
    • created its own element in the physical body, and so did the
    • that humans did not have to live on the physical plane at all
    • of our life on earth. The gods did not intend human beings to
    • significant attempt made in the past which did not entirely
    • him in the first twenty-seven years of his life and who did,
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    • Jesus Christ did not want to bring a kingdom of perfection to
    • perfection. He certainly did not cherish that illusion. But
    • last twelve generations to show that he did not have a drop
    • could be found, and if this did not come from outside, people
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    • general was protected and did not have to accept them. Many
    • did not exist before and which are quite characteristic of
    • no steam locomotives, when people did not yet use electricity
    • meant. Ricarda Huch says: People who did not even have what
    • They did not actually become such beasts, but even so, the
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    • did not merely think spiritual entities, for there made
    • whole book. Modern people think thoughts. The Greeks did not
    • human form; they did not need the models we need today,
    • same extent as it did in the past. The consequence of this
    • speaks to us in the way it did when human bodies were
    • candidates for the Jupiter age. This will only happen
    • could not be understood, however, and people often did not
    • and in the centuries which followed did not actually relate
    • he did not get treatment in time. If he had had treatment at
    • Constantinople it was decreed that the spirit did not exist;
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    • terribly lazy person who really did not want to get up at
    • the priests who used them in the ancient Mysteries did so in
    • world around them; as I said, they did not merely see
    • the world of the spirit and they did so in a way that was
    • this did continue well into the Middle Ages. Some people
    • sexual relations did not yet exist between male and female on
    • the way it did until the fifteenth century. We will have to
    • organized in such a way that candidates with intuitive and
    • prophetic gifts do particularly well. Candidates who do not
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    • feelings, and this meant that he did not really understand
    • excuses for his visions of the devil by saying that he did
    • matter. So what did the sacrament of the transubstantiation
    • did the spiritual world demand that these people should have
    • sense of sight as we move through the world; but if we did
    • of fire even then; they did not enjoy walking over red hot
    • be able to find out much about what those teachers did to
    • achievements did not come from having his backside tanned; he
    • inclinations therefore did not have any effect on him! A nice
    • that taught the headmaster a lesson. But, you see, Herder did
    • it is pointless to say: And why did he tell you this?' He
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    • ideas. And what did he say? Believe it or not, he said:
    • therefore, did something rather like Kjellen is doing now.
    • about the State as an organism did seem entirely unrealistic
    • America, the western hemisphere, simply did not exist for any
    • did come across for a long time, even at the time when war
    • in recent times did not even originate on American soil. We
    • did rather well, these articles, though not in Germany. They
    • did well in the American Congress and you find them included,
    • there a real conclusion was reached. People did not say:
    • anyone want to pay heed to such a colossal truth? Did the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • human being, for example. A hundred years ago the child did
    • documents of our civilization in the same way as did
    • time. Western people did not bother much with his philosophy.
    • people did in 1914, but that they get themselves out of this
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    • them very well if people did not know they existed, for they
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • Conversations which did not actually take place in the
    • basis. Their ideas of this kind did not relate to reality,
    • adherents of the Reformation should not have, for if they did
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    • significance for human evolution. It did, of course, arise
    • which Lucifer did not want them to have. Anything to do with
    • laws which did, of course, come from human beings but were
    • post-Atlantean ages, the old ways did not stop immediately.
    • years this merely cast a false shadow in so far as people did
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    • why they did so — I am giving you facts — and
    • nor did he speak about it in the 50s, 60s and 70s. He only
    • and so did my students: semester by semester they grew more
    • said on a number of occasions, it did not need this terrible
    • seriousness. Many are still thinking exactly the as they did
    • did before 1879. Going into something like Part 2 of Goethe's
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    • of Angels served the higher hierarchy of Archangels; they did
    • things. How did America come to be rediscovered in such a
    • but the fact that he did overcome it. In other words, in
    • historical epochs of human evolution did the intellect, or
    • something which did not exist before; it shows, even more
    • this. Why did modern history come up? Because it is a product
    • proof of human freedom. Well, he did not produce much by way
    • someone did wake up. He is well aware of the threads which
    • land did not permit. Then our sharp-witted lawyer defended
    • someone does wake up, as Delaisi did, and writes about how
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    • determinative in what humanity did in very early times — with
    • speak in more detail about this now, but the religions did see the
    • consciousness of sin. It is only that one did not say to
    • did not speak to man in an earthly language, but in a heavenly
    • out, become vegetarian, and proceed to do what their mother did.
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  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • 4:8 And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit that sprang up and increased; and brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred. \
    • sign did not apply to the constellation of Aries as such but indicated
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    • epoch-making discovery for botany but who did away, in a
    • have already said that a person would be close to insanity if he did
    • not be able to achieve consciousness if it did not have its sense
    • discovered in their research, and did not — like Raoul France or
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • be clothed in this question: “How did it happen, in
    • he got behind them. And the way he did so is extremely
    • believing, as they did, that this was necessary to delude the
    • Mysteries of those ancient times, did they conceive a
    • question arises: Why did the old Mystery-priests keep back
    • out from man did indeed enter into it and became united with
    • moment he did so, he gave occasion for certain Luciferic
    • beings did in antiquity. Only they come into being in a very
    • mattered; and when they used a word, they did so with a
    • word and no other, he did so with the very aim which I have
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    • say, in an Imaginative form did endeavour to point out these
    • Virgin Wisdom did not give birth to the Logos. This is
    • He did not want constructions put on them with the intellect,
    • archetypal phenomenon. He did not want all manner of atomic
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    • with an atavistic clairvoyant power. Man did not merely
    • were speaking through their constellations, — they did
    • did really see the human being in connection with the entire
    • against him. He did not succeed. Humanity to-day ought to be
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • thoughts could not exist if they did not dissolve mineral,
    • descent up to man, as Darwin or other Darwinians or Haeckel did,
    • instance, did not as yet exist.
    • development later, so that they did not go as far as the human
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • human being did not really possess a conception of Nature as
    • sin. Wherever they looked, they did not see phenomena of Nature
    • body. In his case, the words did not only vibrate outside, so
    • Oriental sage. Then he did not commune with other human beings,
    • themselves: How did man descend to the earth from the spiritual
    • could be permeated through exercises in the manner described, did
    • How did matters
    • how did matters stand with the first followers of the Mystery of
    • influence did not come from a theoretical knowledge, but it came
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • The autopsy did
    • did die under the influence of this auto-suggestion.
    • expression) that he had to die. He did not clothe this in the
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • men the trees did not exist as prosaically as they do for us: In
    • physical permeated by the spiritual. The fountain did not only
    • conveyed a soul-spiritual content. The forest did not only rustle
    • the gods, it is Maya, the great illusion. They did not speak of
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • did not have thought in the form in which we have it now. The
    • gained by looking at the world, as Paul did before he approached
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • semblance, which constitutes our waking perceptive life, did not
    • How did the people
    • end of the earth, to which he was united and which did not
    • fantasy. In past epochs, people did not imagine the Sun as a
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • For they did not yet think of the universe as something lifeless,
    • living essence. Never did it occur to a medieval mind to connect
    • he did not say — and this may be proved philologically
    • Gods. He did not feel this in connection with his body of flesh
    • Orient the candidate of initiation had to pass through seven
    • came to the fore in the Fifteenth Century. No longer did the
    • feel this divine essence within us, as did the human beings of
    • This was the tendency of our whole anthroposophical work; we did
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • of an old spiritual life, these Ahrimanic powers did not have
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • Evil.’ Because they did eat of this they were driven from the
    • immediately taken up in the manner just described; the people did not
    • did not possess the Bible, which was only there for the priests to
    • did, a night-light. We burn something else and illumine our rooms in
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • with these holy mysteries of Christmas night, for example, did not
    • midnight during the holy night), but that they did not hear the
    • kind of mystery mood or something similar did not immediately
    • example, people did not understand initially that in the manger
    • recorded by individual poets, but it did not become popular. The
    • particular way he did, and I would have had to say that this was
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • as he did thousands of years before the birth of Christianity, was
    • man did not contemplate the world with the strong, clearly-defined
    • modern culture — these did not exist in those early
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • Zarathustra did not teach as did the Indian mystics:
    • sub-human element which formerly he did not know, and from which he
    • Apollo and Dionysus. True, he did not enter very deeply into the
    • spiritual world, did not speak in this abstract and vague terminology
    • universe did not merely state vaguely: Outside and
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    • did one of the greatest minds of modern times feel himself related to
    • the ancient Egyptians? What had Hermes taught them? How did they
    • other, so did the Sun and Moon appear to the Egyptians as the
    • old Egyptian did not merely say: “Sun and Moon are images of
    • appears as the earthly son of One who did not arise in the
    • Only when the pupil reached this stage did he feel that he had really
    • Thus did the Egyptians take counsel from the
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    • all that is left. But suppose you had an animal that did not possess the
    • attitude is taken by the scientists? What did we do in trying to make
  • Title: Conferencia: La Comunión Espiritual de la Humanidad
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    • aprendido en la escuela. Como ustedes saben, he dicho a menudo que lo
    • pensamiento: "Un ser divino de un mundo superior ha descendido en
    • Puedo por tanto, sólo considerar los pensamientos como concedidos a
    • festivales de Verano tenían significado sólo en la medida que
    • ha descendido desde arriba. Es algo que surge en el ser humano mismo,
    • esto debe ser entendido.
    • tierra, las papas aguantan espléndidamente durante el invierno, lo
    • posesión, sino que era un don concedido a él, y cada año
    • correctamente entendido. Porque el carácter con el que el
    • Saturno, el Antiguo Sol, la Antigua Luna, y extendido a las épocas
    • que habían aprendido de las estrellas. Por ejemplo, contemplaron el
    • relevante haya sido comprendida, el procedimiento es que pensamos, en
    • tenemos que mirar en las profundidades del ser interior del hombre. Y el
    • otras cosas que han sucedido, no sería sorprendente si el
    • fuertes y decididos son necesarios para admitir honestamente a nosotros
    • humanidad moderna se sumerja en las profundidades oscuras de la
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • time knew that certain experiences they had in their soul did not come
    • does he return? He would not return into waking life, did not forces
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • insects and even fish originated from inanimate mud. Redi did
    • time applied to the soul. If he did not share with them that
    • their trivial objections if he did not realise their
    • blue eyes. Goethe did, indeed, say: “My stature and my
    • what law this was, or how it worked, we did not know. However
    • created. Did we not have as many miraculous creative acts
    • nature. If he did so, if he entered, with the conception gained
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • which was immediately before than, but did not try to
    • approaches the spirit and soul-element as did the naturalists
    • further, if we did not in ourselves associate death with
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    • given over to death, did not another Ego work upon it, while
    • described first, did not descend even as far as the astral
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • what previously did not exist for him — color and light, now
    • humanity. What Redi did for natural science is to be done for
    • other boy would be able to do; but that did not satisfy him.
    • evolution”. In this manner did Goethe sense how
    • boy of seven from his self constructed altar, so now did the
    • Thus did Goethe advance more and more towards the
    • something still remains, as it did in Faust after he had said that
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • And as the sun did set, I ate the fruits
    • Around the wearied body; nor did I neglect
    • I spake to him, and he did answer me
    • if we did not seek our share in the power and might of the
    • spiritual. Thus did the feeling of equality from man to man
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • Science did not refer to nature the observation of nature,
    • physical eyes, and did not rely upon the teaching of ancient
    • currents he did not mean nerves in our sense of the word, but
    • the real Aristotle; Galileo and Giordano Bruno naturally did
    • not understand him either, for they did not take the trouble
    • Divine Thought”. But Giordano Bruno did not say that,
    • Thus did
    • the eighteenth century maintained that man did not possess
    • Primal Archetypal plant. What did Goethe mean by that? He
    • Goethe did. In this way, man draws nearer and nearer to the
    • never did say.
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    • liberate themselves from such trammels; did they allow the
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • it out. The father said ‘Hm’ because he did not wish
    • to spoil the boy. He did not wish to tell him what nonsense his
    • the son. But in this case he did not need to do so. For in the
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • therefore, how he became what he was. How did he become the
    • the Director — did not know what to do. The Director was
    • did he do? He invited them both to dinner (not letting either
    • the author to whom I now refer did not do it so. He wove the
    • wrote many things. But he did not publish this story till he
    • attempts; they did not get beyond the amateurish stage. For
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • as Maeterlinck did recently: to represent Goethe and Schiller
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • the strictest interpretation. Why was it so? Why did they do
    • they did in those olden times. For we are bound to speak in
    • common air when we are together in such a hall as this, so did
    • there. Then did there come that Being, who — if the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • of one elderly person who was then present and whom he did not
    • Thus did the profound German mystic, the Silesian, Angelus
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • esoteric Christian did not confine himself to such general
    • He would have given all thou didst require;
    • The horses he did tend, the meals prepare,
    • The best of men whom I did e'er perceive:
    • Filled with the miracles that he did know,
    • Desired to learn what secret they did hide:
    • The foremost court as yet thou didst attain,
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    • field of investigation if, from time to time, we did not repeatedly
    • disposal. We should not break new ground in this sphere if I did not
    • doubt, that man did not complete the earlier evolution of his being,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • people, for if the Archangel, the guiding Folk Spirit, did not
    • contact other Beings on the same territory and did not work in
    • attributes. They have remained behind, with the result that they did
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    • epoch, for only then did man incarnate on Earth. Before that time he
    • and needs explaining: the translator did not give an accurate
    • Native American population did not die out because this pleased the
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    • the Alpine Massif did not as yet exist, but to the North and West
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    • will be of particular interest to you: What form did the activity of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • civilization. In what respect did they differ? The entire make-up of
    • way out of the Cosmos. This was direct experience to him. He did not
    • into their bodies; rather did he see all this as an immediate and
    • he saw how he worked into his soul. How did he perceive Wotan or
    • Odin? Who or what was he? In what form did Nordic man learn to love
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    • time when man did not apprehend the world through sensory perception
    • Christianity. But Christianity did not offer him any direct vision.
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    • subjectively such a high degree of perfection that he did not feel
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    • of Spiritual Science, if it did not contribute to the evolution of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • religion. Men did not look upon religion as a separated branch of
    • powerful in its particular workings. It did not confine itself to a
    • inattentive to notice them. The ancient Greek did notice that this
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • figures; so that men did not then speak of abstract forces, but of
    • fruitful forces of Nature appeared to him, what did he say? He said
    • special development to produce breathing, so at that time he did not
    • her child to be born in that human nature. That is what Demeter did
    • did they work? Well, when the human being ate and when he breathed,
    • of old was a law-giver, giving law which did not flash up into
    • what did she do? She instituted a Mystery, thereby providing a
    • the origin of their earliest laws they did not refer to a parliament,
    • of the historical development of humanity. How splendidly those
    • physical body which did not exist earlier in a similar form have been
    • human being did not get to know the world in the way he does today;
    • for etheric vision, as it did for Paul at Damascus.
    • had paved the way for it, this event did take place, the soul is
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    • ‘nature’ simply did not exist for Greek thought. You have
    • moon, in the world of the stars, he did not yet experience a natural
    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • Consequently what we today call a wonder, a miracle, did not bear its
    • effected by Spirit; he did not discriminate between the daily
    • and spirit, an opposition which did not yet exist in ancient Greece.
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • muscles when we laugh, if we did not know that in these movements of
    • — what did he answer? He gave it the name of Pluto. Pluto, as
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    • epoch it was Angels who were the actual leaders of the epoch. How did
    • epoch did not tread the Earth in human form. There were however men
    • what he said and did and what he taught was spoken and enacted in him
    • that time intervened far more directly than they did later.
    • the Christ did by dwelling for three years in a human body was
    • did this happen?
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • who however in a certain respect did not reach the goal of their Moon
    • Venus. The Greek did not see just the physical planet, he saw
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    • their gods did nevertheless incarnate in physical bodies,
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • still clairvoyant they did not believe that the soul is enclosed in
    • being, so to say, was still outside the body. Man did not believe
    • and surrounded by its walls!’ The old clairvoyant man did not
    • we do find in Greek mythology the splendid legend of the second
    • getting as far as India. This journey really did take place! And much
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    • before the Fall, and that when they did begin to see them they were
    • What then did Adam and Eve feel when their relation to each other was
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • the contrary, one in which they did see them? They felt that
    • built up Greek mythology did know it—said to himself:
    • Greek used splendid pictures which really penetrate far deeper into
    • Atlantean men. Atlantean men were so formed that they did not have
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    • human being could never attain to knowledge if he did not think, if
    • in his mind he did not carry on something akin to work in ideation or
    • were clairvoyant were inspired by teachers who did not descend to
    • Mysteries, after having undergone due preparation so that they did
    • but in such a way that he did not keep his old form but added to his
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    • after having done this did he enter upon Earth evolution. One day the
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    • and bones and so on, did not exist before Lemuria. All the forces
    • did not walk upon the earth with his feet, he hovered as a Phantom in
    • the lion species did not begin to work upon the Earth until the
    • cosmic space, this Being did take the air-element with Him, so that
    • Earth, did in fact take possession in the mysterious moment of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the Spiritual underlying the universe, — this inwardness did not
    • did not at first contain rising before his eyes in the resurrected culture
    • this soul more deeply than all others, so also did the spiritual yields
    • Christianity that did no dimly and vaguely direct the attention to the
    • this Greek culture, hidden from the eyes of men and from souls who did
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • this matter, should look at these things as he did. Not only in his
    • developed, are hidden. More deeply did those forces which were not imagination
    • period in the development of humanity which did not reach the consciousness
    • it existed. It was a period in which man did not speak from himself
    • did not let the intellect rule, but worked directly from their most
    • forged that it had first to be wrought upon for a time; did not at once
    • etheric body was being sent down into human nature. Only later did it
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    • would be the same if I did). Now a salt-deposit of this kind has the
    • Hence the new-born infant did not at first belong to the Earth at
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    • picture for you here — that he did not know. It is just this
    • is the splendid thing that unites us, if we are cultivating Spiritual
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    • culture, the impression we get is that they did not understand
    • by the Church. These facts only go to prove that the Church did
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    • evening. Thus did Peter remember the scene usually known as the
    • souls of the Apostles at that time did not make it possible for
    • lived through it all but only now did they become
    • we have been together? And time after time they did not know
    • about with Him, but they did not recognise Him in the Form
    • different state of consciousness. Therefore not until now did
    • really happened to them. And how did they recognise that this
    • he did not recognise this Being. Then another picture
    • Mystery of the Spirit. But they did not recognise Him, they
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    • were able to speak as they did, to work as they did, because
    • deciphering as the Fifth Gospel — though they did not
    • the Christ Being did not belong to the earthly sphere. From
    • To what end, then, did the events of Palestine take place? To
    • without becoming involved in karma. What, then, did this entail
    • they did not invariably know whether the one or the other
    • same measure did the Christ become Man. The miraculous,
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    • in the opposing school of the Rabbi Joshua did not believe in
    • of life, so too, in a certain sense, did it happen to Jesus of
    • accepted who did not present all he had to the community.
    • he did under the impress of this question, what he had heard as
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    • have understood them but they, on their side, did not quite
    • still did not know that the Zarathustra-Ego had reincarnated in
    • splendid gifts of which he had shown evidence since then.
    • Zarathustrian teachings. He did not yet know with
    • and the more the mother listened, the more deeply did she
    • first time come to earth could not yet know. He did not know
    • did not divulge to the enemy who was the right one. But
    • there was one who employed the means which Christ did not
    • comprehensible — He did not know that it is only true in
    • opened. If the service of truth did not demand it, I should
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    • wished to express, or at any rate did not suppress.
    • splendid achievements of science vis-ä-vis the
    • What did it comprise, the way of yoga, which was followed in
    • transformed the process of respiration. He did so by
    • natural breathing. He did this so as to make conscious the
    • his whole mental activity. In what direction did he alter it?
    • his thoughts permeated his organism in the same way as did the
    • this whole environment; he did not separate himself from
    • clear that the splendid notes of the Gita have arisen from what
    • did condemn himself to solitude and the life of the hermit; for
    • feel themselves linked, as the men of earlier epochs did, to
    • ascetic path certain human experiences which did indeed bring
    • who had damped down this organism, did in fact gain pure
    • did lead to knowledge in earlier times, it cannot be a path for
    • present, we have certain habits that perhaps we did not have
    • we were not so robust and did not remain indifferent to them
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    • be forgotten by those who sat at his feet here, as I did. In
    • did there arise from this dream-like mentality of the child
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    • the eighteenth century, however, history, falling as it did
    • will find that the Greek sculptor did not work from a model as
    • This, however, takes us back into an age where not only did
    • breathing, which goes deeper than words. Only gradually did
    • certainly did survive an echo of the unity of religion
    • That did not satisfy him. He wanted an extended and
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    • dream-like spiritual life, embodied in the most splendid poems,
    • the Vedas, there did of course then develop the clear-cut
    • that it is not reality in the same sense. If he did not
    • it would be wrong to say that the Oriental did not
    • looking at the image of the dead body, however, did not simply
    • meaning in its own way, just as the Orient did.
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    • saw them half a century ago), did not exist, what would be
    • the sense in which we must in fact be men, if we did not
    • itself into the memory — if it did, we should be capable
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    • rational view of the world. This view has been splendidly
    • intellectualized power that reveals itself so splendidly
    • did not inhabit pure, abstract thought. But we need such
    • development began later than it did in England, and what
    • when this development did set in commercial capital was
    • or that person of authority with a proper respect. He did not
    • the time, we did not understand it in an intellectual
    • instinct did, to make social organisms possible for the first
    • in the splendid instances of co-operation between natural
    • as did the earlier instinctive one. Because we can
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    • as it did develop in the Orient, the way was prepared by
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    • art-historian Herman Grimm, who did not live to experience the
    • that he did not make this statement under the influence of the
    • however, is that these men of different type did not have the
    • higher spiritual life. They did this in such a way that, as I
    • did so, I would say, with the assistance of man-made
    • This problem — which did not exist as yet in Greece
    • there did exist in men's souls this problem of articulating the
    • unable to think was much more revealing than what he did think.
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    • mistake he did because he was only familiar with modern
    • But they did not get beyond abstract thinking, which had not
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    • invention or discovery. But when you ask: How did this
    • did live at least, for some attempt is being made to escape
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • we would go through life in such a way that in everything we did, we
    • did not exist at that time in the form it does now although
    • and good. The ancient Hebrew Prophets, for example who did such great
    • things for their people, performed what they did, and received their
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • origin of these gifts, and most beautiful and splendid results came
    • before us as an ideal. I should only like to assure you that I did not
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    • we did we would experience this inner self enjoyment. But man, as
    • blood, did not exist at that time in the form it does now, although
    • good. The ancient Hebrew Prophets, for example, who did such great
    • things for their people, performed what they did and received their
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • these gifts, and most beautiful and splendid results came from what
    • assure you that I did not make a slip when I omitted a sentence
    • time that also is said which one did not say.
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    • person boldly admits, as did St. Augustine, that you can only
    • `being born' on the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did
    • known that from the life of the Sun did not depend the process
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
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    • Society. The term Anthroposophy, though he used it already, did
    • social question, which is to occupy us today, did not, as will
    • I saw a healthy man begging, did I ask, with moral
    • did. There we have labor under duress, without pay.
    • the Greek laborer did his work under the compulsion of his
    • good way was possible, that was just when they did not want to
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    • We did not think of what, although it was to be foreseen, still
    • thoughts — destined to be kept in mind; we did not think
    • earth-gravity, as it did when it built the Greek temple; we no
    • loses itself in heavenly heights, as it did when it created
    • did with the Greeks, as it did with Gothic art. Thus we see, in
    • beautiful, splendid work has flowed into the building
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    • world-conception based on the spiritual, we consider what he did
    • if you did, be certain that he may indeed take you across, but not
    • ‘What is more splendid than gold?’ asks
    • expresses the same thing in it, in his own way. He did not wish to
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    • experiences in the process is objective world-content, which he did
    • didactic poet was not content to say what this or that soul-quality
    • say anything against this kind of soul. If a man did not have it nor
    • What did he mean? He meant that had Goethe travelled further West, he
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    • for Lessing and Goethe. How did it happen that Goethe connected his
    • At that time Goethe did not understand the deep meaning of
    • the spiritual world Goethe at that time did not know. He was a long
    • can reply as did Faust to Mephistopheles, ‘In thy nothing I
    • time such clarity of soul. He did not know then how to bring
    • ‘student scene.’ Only later did Goethe find the means
    • of research, and did not seek to know immediately ‘how one
    • did in Goethe. But those who become impatient and refuse to wait
    •  That thou didst turn thy face in fire to me
    •  A coldly astonished gaze didst thou grant to me
    •  But didst permit me to look into her profound bosom
    •  Past me didst thou lead the ranks of the living
    •  And didst teach me to know, in the quiet bushes,
    •  Thou didst lead me to a safe Grotto, where
    •  Thou didst show me myself and opened my heart
    • No longer did it matter to those who in youth had felt with
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    • quite realistically what he himself had experienced; and this he did.
    •  Did nothing on our outside shell impress thee?
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    • to you, and what you did in common with them. All that, in the
    • find that he did not live in such a way as to say: ‘I have in
    • or experience; it simply did not exist for him. His head was
    • beings who did not have ideas, concepts, thoughts at all in
    • their head, who did not experience any such abstract content of
    • head; they perceived and felt their whole head. These men did
    • refers his memory-picture to his experience, so did the man of
    • disappeared into the whole. He did not concern himself much
    • the image of the Sun.’ In this way did the man of olden times
    • did not have. In place of it he had the experience of his
    • way did the ancient Oriental relate his heart to the Cosmos,
    • — he did not say: I walk. We can see that from the very
    • words that he used. Nor did he say: I sit down. If we
    • mountainous configuration of the Earth. He did not then merely
    • of olden times who did not have thoughts, but still had his
    • ‘moo,’ he did not simply call her ‘moo,’
    • memory, when man did not even have rhythmic memories but was
    • bought another ticket. He did all this, having lost for the
    • with the earlier experiences of his life. Memory did not
    • did not know how — into a Casual Ward in Berlin.
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    • itself, it is drawing me away from earthly existence. He did
    • Spirits, whose life is beyond the planetary existence. Thus did
    • from the Gods. For how did external objects present themselves
    • to-day. The men of olden time did not see it thus. They saw
    • cosmic space. The lightning as such they did not see. They saw
    • how did man feel towards such knowledge? He did not by any
    • compensated for it. Such moments he did have. For while on the
    • find a people who did indeed know how to grow old, but were
    • them but did not know, as it were, what to do with it, and the
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • were in earlier times. Thus did heaven and earth work together
    • this experience of twofold-ness. He did not call his physical
    • physical world as in a vehicle of life — so did he
    • did not readily reveal their secrets to Gilgamesh. The
    • and was returning home again, he did in fact possess a high
    • choice. But before he reached home, because he did not receive
    • something of an insight into the nature of immortality did
    • incarnation, nor did they in those days; — into the life,
    • in the world of the stars. He did not feel himself as earthly
    • felt himself in the etheric. And as he did so, there rose
    • later did it sink down into the soil and become what is known
    • between two separate incarnations. And thereby did they bear
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    • head into the colossal body. For of course he did not see the
    • the Sun. In such manner did the pupil learn to find his
    • human being did not vibrate in harmony in this way, man's
    • Thus did the pupil live his way into the Cosmos, by learning to
    • Hibernian Mysteries themselves — he did not travel so far
    • was still accessible to men of that time. They did not go out
    • Theophrastus did not let the writings come westwards that
    • like Alexander not merely could, but did actually speak in such
    • and in the ancient Samothracian Mysteries; and thus did
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    • generally do so, but we could — so did the initiates of
    • With the higher animals the human being did not feel a
    • of humanity. Thus did the man of olden times — of the
    • priests, who did sacrifice there and made prayers. The Mystery
    • to-morrow that it did not pass over to Rome nor to the Middle
    • Ephesus. Heraclitus received instruction from Ephesus, as did
    • though it is true these traditions did still awaken clairvoyant
    • could ever have accomplished what he did. For everywhere others
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • East of whom I spoke to you — all that they did was
    • Golgotha. Those to whom the Mystery of Golgotha was brought did
    • end of the seventies, did there come, as it were, a new call to
    • Therefore did Aristotle's pupil Theophrastus take out of
    • that did them harm. For the Natural Science that Aristotle was
    • Alexander. Only later in a diluted form did they come over into
    • Paracelsus did, that a last remains of the medieval
    • that Aristotle ceased to be in the 19th century. But he did
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • did indeed exist, albeit the access to them was no less
    • Many a pupil at Ephesus did so behold the earthly from out of
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    • Hence a really splendid note was struck this morning when Dr.
    • speaking as he did, Dr. Zeylmans also indicated what attitude
    • honestly and candidly. Perhaps in this way we can make
    • destroying the old Goetheanum, but just as we did not allow
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    • and what he did by considering only what is actually written in
    • it does now, that we went about in the cities and did our work,
    • but did not consciously see this work, just always dreamed,
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    • Hierarchy of the Angels did not work into our and Astral body, we
    • Golgotha. Before the Mystery of Golgotha this delusion did not
    • deception, Before Golgotha man did not believe that his
    • force and matter did exist, them our ideal world would simply be a
    • Hierarchy. Man did not feel so cut off as to-day, for he continued
    • they did before the Mystery of Golgotha; but something of that
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
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    • one cherished illusions, and did not interpret things in a
    • so far, they did not know it, but fundamentally they carried
    • you that people did think like this.
    • everything that did not have to be thought out to an end. A
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    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • various peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided
    • activities are here now, they are everywhere. Why did He
    • things, which before your anthroposophical days you did not
    • this, which harmonises the others, did not exist at that
    • that in very ancient times what we call conscience did not
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • recently? Did not his published letters number six or seven
    • early age. This did not happen to young Goethe; he developed
    • did Gellert's
    • When Goethe did continue his studies in Strassburg, he joined
    • on science, and this is what he did at first. Jurisprudence,
    • all the kingdoms of nature up to God. He then did this in a
    • splendid comprehensive fashion, as far as was necessary at that
    • comprehensive, environment, did not permit such a spirit as his
    • today take for granted did not exist around him. After all, he
    • important, but he did not live in a large state. No great
    • He did not use the term
    • little flowers and tiny worms that I did not notice and trod
    • his most important accomplishment. He himself did not consider
    • the scrapings of his life. The Duke, likewise, did not appoint
    • Dubois-Reymond cannot see that Goethe really did set before us
    • Dubois-Reymond did not use this expression but what he says is
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    • certain things in his youth. We then derive what he did later
    • created — the Faust and other things that he did for
    • Schiller did, this force would necessarily have consumed him.
    • conditions did not exist in Herder's more subtle constitution.
    • by the dramatic impulses received from Shakespeare, did not
    • really alter much in it. So he did not call it a drama but
    • but at that time it did help. Anyone who enters deeply into the
    • intimately bound up with his rebirth. To be sure, he did relate
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    • significant out of their inner nature, as he did especially
    • dog fetches a stone when it is thrown, so did the ape produce
    • in the company, and did other similar things. Of course, if all
    • of his spiritual environment. Now, what did Goethe perceive in
    • differently from an ordinary scholar. What did he experience
    • he did earlier. Such sciences as jurisprudence, for instance,
    • did not know what their inner natures were going through as
    • given up the practice of medicine as he did and later, thanks
    • history! As a matter of fact, Schiller did deliver interesting
    • lectures at the University of Jena, but his students did not
    • did not have to give them anymore. Imagine that things would be
    • he really did make shoes for the good people of Görlitz —
    • beautiful, but the school teacher said he did not think so. He
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    • guiding human affairs did so with the same impulses as the
    • reveal that the answers given did not correspond with the
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    • also mentioned in this connection. Well, I really did not want
    • “Is that so?” because he naturally did not wish to confuse his
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    • Greek writers, but they really did not know until a rather late
    • but did not wish to know into which major river it emptied. If
    • be clearly understood that I did not want to emphasize that
    • do you find them so terribly bad,” they generally did not know
    • life, a riddle of destiny. It contains a splendid description
    • splendid way, he is in a train passing over the bridge. There
    • even if he did not write approvingly of the director, he did
    • director, did not know what to do because of the critic. The
    • simply did not know what to do. He could not discharge the
    • director, but the critic kept up his clamor. What did he
    • writer to whom I refer, however, did not do this; he wove the
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    • prosperity. So did Mill and Herzen express themselves even in
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    • wrote a book on music, but this did not please his teacher and
    • in that scene of “Mephisto and the Student.” He did not pass
    • through his medical studies as if he were in a dream, nor did
    • after his son had studied for a few years, he did not have much
    • money and tried to secure a scholarship for him. He did not
    • clergy found that his views did not agree with theirs.
    • practiced medicine. We know that he actually did practice
    • view. You will observe that even though I did not relate false
    • now is: What did each of them become? What course did their
    • shopkeepers did not come out of their shops to smash everything
    • perceived that the only reason that people did not despair was
    • did I then despair? I must confess that I greedily sucked up
    • investigation of the sensory world. The super-sensible did not
    • child receives the truth from his father. But I did not yet
    • nature. I did not have such a stock to live on. No pious
    • did not say No to these characteristics. In the
    • vases. The Greeks did not need to be disgusted in order to
    • life, they fulfilled also the laws of the spirit. They did not
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    • this? Why did it happen in this way?
    • in a hall, so did a spiritual power of what they were in common
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    • its fate. Why is it, then, that human beings did not follow
    • lead them into a luminous world? Why didn't they? You may
    • even in these very lectures. They did not follow Lucifer
    • nature of which man was not conscious and which he did not
    • the lower nature. Thus did those cosmic powers who desired to
    • passed through the portal of death they did not need to develop
    • this bond be supramundane. What did John the Baptist say when
    • except once, but then we definitely did not discuss questions
    • conveyed to all human beings. Christ did not die only for those
    • in question did not want to deal with that phenomenon and,
    • unscathed, one could have said after the fact: “Myers did
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    • did not pass over immediately into the other. But when we
    • men did not look up to the starry heavens in the way they do
    • because the Mystery of Golgotha did not descend purely into
    • But they did not see them in the same way as modern man, for
    • use the same comparison as I did earlier with the four
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    • having receded so completely into the background as it did in
    • from the tyrant into one who did not know how to proceed in
    • Bauer did not see into the real reason for this; for it is a
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    • something actual and spiritual, but that the Romans did so no
    • external. When the Greek talked about his Gods, he did so in
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    • at a specified term, — but didn't possess them, because
    • the sort of thing which the Morgan-Combine did in 1907. They
    • he didn't in the least take into account the cost on the
    • didn't like writing picture post-cards; in fact I never wrote
    • saying so, he didn't think the matter out further and
    • too, even though they didn't manufacture cri-cris, he doesn't
    • did not lead to the performance of unnecessary work.
    • Permanent Atom: this one atom didn't fall into the
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    • with business-people who did not think, but who are under the
    • does not see, that to-day you might make the most splendid
    • nothing! And why did they come to nothing? The Threefold
    • to deliver the public lectures in the style I did yesterday,
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    • tune. I did not give much attention to the tune then, for I was
    • that time I did this in such a way as to remain within purely
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    • something that did not come into being through the work of
    • history, but he described all the forces, which he did
    • historical instinct. He did not know the basis for it, for it
    • progress with the science of spirit if we did not gradually
    • dependence did not last so long, for at that time the soul's
    • younger of humanity I certainly did not think about such an
    • as did Lessing. Lessing achieved something immense. He
    • that the son take himself off and did not return. A hundred
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    • the whole thing was once more present in his mind. How did this
    • begins, science comes to an end. He did not yet know —
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    • What did Goethe say, when he wished once to express his ideas
    • grasped the fundamentals of Anthroposophy, and did not
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    • thinker Hume did, who did not arrive at his convictions
    • did some important teaching in Switzerland. He speaks out of
    • of spirit or anthroposophy did not exist at that time:
    • in my book, The Riddles of Man. They did not work out
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    • other is the pedagogic, didactic element, shall I call it.
    • most two or three who did not enter into the thing as
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    • how did it become ever more and more differentiated? We must
    • avoided the evil consequences, but did not do so. Such is the
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    • did not evolve so far, because they rebelled against fully
    • it with sufficient understanding. If they did, they would see
    • differently about the things of the external world. They did
    • Spiritual beings; in the Stars they did not see merely what
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    • produce them of his own free will, he did so instinctively
    • that he reached in the middle of the fifteenth century did
    • people are not taught pedagogics nor didactics so that they
    • for life. For example, I candidly own that when I consider
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    • bodily evolution of man will proceed and progress as it did
    • then we must realise that to-day pedagogy — didactics
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    • children when they do the same things as they did at the same
    • to be really “all round”. Now how did this man
    • consciousness; but I did this in order to indicate much that
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    • something quite new, something he did not experience in the
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    • artistic creation and seership; he did not believe that
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    • generando ser en las profundidades del cosmos.
    • lo que eco encuentra en las profundidades.
    • permitid que desde las profundidades los ruegos
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    • alone to their special qualities. They did, of course, possess these
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    • various peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided
    • activities are here now, they are everywhere. Why did He
    • things, which before your anthroposophical days you did not
    • this, which harmonises the others, did not exist at that
    • that in very ancient times what we call conscience did not
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    • about the approach of death. Perhaps we might say that he did
    • preceptors did not deal with the facts of birth and death.
    • they did not understand and which were something absolutely
    • — we must characterize it in this way — did not
    • different from what did happen before the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the events on Golgotha did the Gods learn to know inwardly of
    • certain categories of divine beings did not possess a knowledge
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    • other words, did not need for their own further progress to
    • history of the Hebrew people actually did bear the etheric body
    • to Damascus, and through which he became a Paul. How did it
    • Jesus of Nazareth woven into it. What their ego did often
    • feelings and for all that he did, — that fact becomes
    • Because of this he was able to accomplish just what he did
    • What kind of a task did the scholastics set
    • knew what the Lord's Supper was they did not discuss it. In
    • scientists were able to think as they did they owe to the
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    • truth that those who have died would confirm. If pain did not
    • say, as did the ancient Greek poet Aeschylus, that from
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    • the ether body, as did the physical covering at physical
    • becomes free, as did the physical body at physical birth. Now
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    • were far below what human beings are today. Yet in no way did
    • reasoning did not exist. But they beheld many aspects of the
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    • did the physical organs while still surrounded by the
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    • see. If light did not exist we would not have eyes. The light
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    • be made that Wagner did not speak about things that will be
    • antiquity music, drama, dance and architecture did not
    • humanity grew more and more selfish, so did art. Wagner
    • did not sense the spirit's call, became stuck in sameness, in
    • consciousness at that time was duller; he did not yet
    • natural love connected with the blood. Not until later did
    • celebrate Good Friday. Richard Wagner did have that feeling,
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    • before the art of printing, the majority of the faithful did
    • about which they were not informed by the leading few who did
    • those few were all so stupid that they did not notice what is
    • did these documents come to be appreciated. Reverence for the
    • from the spirit that lives, and always did live all about us.
    • did not know before; through our will we become capable of
    • clairvoyant consciousness. The term "clairvoyant" did not
    • though clairvoyant, a few were initiates. In what sense did
    • consisted of indications that the candidate for initiation
    • This word had a different meaning; it did not indicate "being
    • from the way names were given that Christ did not refer to
    • bodies did not possess what is essential — essential also
    • being's physical ancestors did not originally breathe through
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    • at the Rudolf Steiner Archive. Mr. Frank Thomas Smith did a wonderful job
    • replied: the fact that it didn't happened could be considered an
    • about promises that Dr. Steiner gave and didn't comply with. He
    • Steiner, which incorporated the plant movements and did not shut
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    • the spirit. When the adaptation to Nature began, man did not at once see
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    • influences streamed into Greek cultural life, and these did not
    • encourage thought-efforts, they did not induce man to form
    • given to me,” and he did not know the inner soul-effort
    • great majority of men did hot realise this, yet they
    • beings did not inspire him directly, when he was awake.. They
    • viewed the world, quite physically. The Greek did not see the
    • spoken, the organisation of the senses did not prevent man from
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    • they did not look like men of to-day; these high
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    • remember those things also, that I have heard yesterday, when I did
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    • we did not look to the physical human body. One did not think of that
    • at all. Altogether, one did not speak during that old Light Age of illness
    • did not speak of illness, but said right out: Death exists and He
    • So in those olden times one did not speak of illness and health when
    • Why did one speak that way?
    • body of man. One did not pay attention to the physical body; instead
    • to the cosmos. One did this in such a way that one said: since this
    • picture of the human ether body. One did not only see the physical human
    • On what did one base one's knowledge of the human being in those times?
    • were still there, and basically only at the time of Galen did one start
    • at the great turn in the first half of the 15th century that one did
    • times — in the time of Copernicus and Galileo — did one
    • this earth — this knowledge did exist. Namely, we do not eat to
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • and did so, yet time and again the clock went wrong.
    • give way to egotism. It was a gift of grace, and he really did
    • only wanted another mug of beer, didn't he, because he had
    • they did. Looking at it this way we can base the whole thing on
    • that God created the world or that he did not. There, too, they
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    • even if people did not use these names. I showed this by the
    • that man did. But someone else could argue “No, I have
    • inspired him; he made the clock according to that, and did not
    • who wrote what I have just been reading to you did not
    • about did not exactly bring along his antipathy to Faust
    • and your previous incarnations. If each one of you did not
    • “At one time these assumptions did not exist.” What
    • the planet did not look like the earth does now but entirely
    • nature. Stones did not yet fall to the ground. Dense physical
    • matter did not exist as yet. Everything came from the activity
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    • areas where the pupils did not meet my expectations, areas that
    • everything I did wrong. I have arranged the new schedule
    • have seen the mistakes you made and the things you did well,
    • whether this or that was particularly good. I did not do that.
    • I accepted that things had to happen the way they did. So
    • as that teacher did. They just could not imagine it.
    • did not stop there. He went even further into the matter and
    • previous year. The third teacher did not do this, for he had
    • the feeling that it had to happen as it did. When the
    • did well last year,” he did not answer immediately, for
    • he did not feel like explaining this to him. But afterwards he
    • thought to himself, “Well, even if I did know what
    • I did together, I will after all have different pupils this
    • immediate present. He did not brood over the past, but said,
    • “Of necessity it had to happen as it did according to the
    • the way the first teachers did them you would be judging the
    • fact, he did it with this in view. For he told himself,
    • used.” But they did this in a dead way. They had no
    • decisions according to outer observation. They did not
    • must avoid these mistakes.” He did not say, “The
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    • did if that encounter had not occurred? Here, we are looking at
    • the very simple reason that he did not seriously want to steal,
    • that consciousness will extend into spheres it did not
    • just as though we had astigmatism and did not see the actual
    • Thus we can now ask the question, “Did Goethe
    • of greater value than those things he did exactly as they
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • though, people did not look into a person's eyes like we do
    • everyday phenomenon. People did not first have to
    • did not know what to do with it. It gave offense to those who
    • eminent philosopher Bolzano of Bohemia did in the first half of
    • didn't I? I wanted to bring you not just an overall picture of
    • book out and look at it again, which I did. I could of course
    • did tell you today too, though, that in the first instance the
    • as an exception. People then did not speak of the I, it
    • that people cannot yet remember the 1 when they did not
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    • conceptions and good impulses of will did not exist that
    • too. A great part of our verbal education did not exist
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • in Berlin about the problem “Did Jesus ever Live?” the Catholic
    • when the Church had to give way to what was most necessary it did at
    • he did. Naturally he had no inkling of what was going on in — can
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    • the divine-spiritual. St. John of the Cross spoke to very few candidates;
    • today all thinking men are candidates. This exactly represents the progress
    • in the sense of pure positivist Christianityas did St. John of the Cross,
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    • which the pagan religious conception did not have. This difficulty lay
    • left as it did to the right. The agent towards the left comes about
    • most certainly did not take such thoroughly deep root in Judaism, but
    • neither did Christianity take deep root in Greece, and when we come
    • to the Roman Empire it quite decidedly did not do so there. You need
    • The relation of the Christ to some kind of unknown God did not much
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    • did not mean that He would be inactive among men but that He would be
    • did these old Mysteries serve? On the whole it may be said: the great
    • did not become free in the chaotic condition that it does today in sleep;
    • by such doings as those in the ancient Mysteries. Man did indeed change
    • did not unite Himself with individual man, there He united Himself with
    • but Goethe did not make our attitude to him as easy as that. Goethe
    • by one who can go straight for the question: where did Goethe stand
    • where soul and spirit are concerned. Actually he always felt as he did
    • human as Shakespeare did to a certain degree. Look how Goethe took hold
    • what is superhuman. This way that he could follow, that he did not have
    • Linnaeus what he himself did not have. And what he had to give was something
    • Thus then did Goethe develop
    • non-Christian Goethe who, like Christ Himself, did not ask for the constant
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    • Goethe already belonged to the world view of those who didn't
    • laws of nature and of humanity. No, in fact Goethe didn't
    • to what did he turn?
    • didn't desire world knowledge. He believed everything can be
    • another way. Goethe didn't proclaim it. It stood before his
    • life's experiences if we didn't develop from birth, that which
    • did not manage to make a clear distinction between the
    • knowledge: people didn't want to know anything about the
    • Mephistopheles and Faust, which he however didn't know through
    • What did this knowledge of nature become? It was much spoken
    • concepts with his metaphysical teachings, which did not follow
    • translating. He didn't stick to the traditional translation:
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    • wisdom, mysticism, that did not deal with chemistry in the
    • Steadfast in trials did you prove;
    • men did not only possess the faculties leader in ruins; at
    • culture said ‘Silver’ he did not mean only what
    • nature, did not consist merely of concepts, ideas and
    • that some force was at work. Did science know that in the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • understand. The witch-apparitions did not attract him; in
    • declared that he simply did not believe in the thing, and
    • something almost impossible. It did not occur to me until we
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • lived especially in his splendid treatise on the Mysteries of
    • we did not find Goethe elaborating into a system any occult
    • of Kant and Fichte that he did actually believe he had
    • quite worth-while for once to reflect how Goethe himself did
    • happened to him as it did to a man who wrote me some time ago
    • candidate a question. Tell me, Mr. X, when did this Innocent
    • IV ascend the Papal Chair? The student did not know. Then
    • when did Innocent IV die? The student did not know. Well
    • the candidate again could give no answer. Then the Professor
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    • imagine that all these premontions of mighty connections did
    • which you can see how the great poet Goethe did not simply
    • happened but did not do so purely in a course-grained,
    • an impulse in modern history and played a part there. He did
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    • in a still higher degree than did the problem of Birth and
    • ask, how did Goethe perceive that this is so, when in his
    • child of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Goethe did not
    • also see that Goethe did not set Faust over against
    • mankind. At the same time, endeavouring as he did to compare
    • legend, which was to this effect: that Helena did not
    • acquiesce in her elopement; Paris did not elope with her, but
    • of view. I did so, for instance, in my book
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    • itself, entering in as it did in the first third of the
    • — the Christ-Impulsecould enter in, as indeed it did
    • things one did as human being and what took place in the
    • with the forces of Evil in an elemental way, just as they did
    • — than did the backward Spirits of the fourth
    • Luciferic spiritual Beings!” They did not say this to them;
    • his mother. Laius did not let this deter him from the
    • under a complete illusion. He did not know who his father and
    • on to Thebes, married his mother, whom of course he did not
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    • truths of Spiritual Science even though these truths did not
    • understanding did not reach up to the truths of Spiritual
    • self-knowledge. And what did the Homunculus-figure become
    • and to supply by means of your imagination what did not
    • modern philosophers, but he did not believe them capable of
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    • the admonisher — What a splendid fellow you are, always
    • wishes to show his science to better advantage than he did
    • well as true world-order. Today men no longer think, as did
    • relevant ideas. Hence, in conceiving his Faust, he did not
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • nineties of the eighteenth century he believed, as did other
    • he shared with others, and he did so in a way that,
    • Now it did
    • that, for the phenomena of external nature, he did not
    • instinct for what did not originate in immediate reality, and
    • the etheric body was nipped and tweaked. This did not happen
    • we look at nature in its purely natural aspect, as did
    • conformity with law. This is what Goethe did. And, why man is
    • spiritual comprehension is concerned, because he did not
    • was to be understood idealistically. He did not, however
    • Though Goethe himself did not entirely follow this out, yet
    • him, there did not work in him merely the abstract image
    • did. But, listen to this; he says something else must happen
    • that did nothing to help. Correct thinking would run like
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    • men climbed a mountain, for instance, they did not merely
    • the Kabiri Mystery was disclosed to the candidate for
    • Leaving the shore where we but now did land, I come
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    • did once exist. And even this feeling that Christ once
    • much as he liked, provided he repented and did due penance
    • possibilities did not come to anything, for these were met by
    • into existence through birth. If we could think as we did
    • could I from my path all magic ban”. he did not want
    • outside with our sense of touch. If we did not sink down into
    • in his Faust to speak as he did of the riddle of
    • people did not enrich themselves with spiritual treasure but
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    • he has approached one, lovingly or with hatred, how he did this
    • room and who didn't know afterwards whether there were pictures
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    • activity took place but it didn't move from one “I”
    • They didn't work on the “I” by saying: Do this or
    • and mother did in creating your “I.” - This shows
    • Egyptian lands one didn't work through the respect of others
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    • — we find that our earth didn't appear as it does today,
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    • brain of man, than it did when compared with the brains of the
    • ancestry comes in?’ Huxley did not rise till the meeting called
    • How did the first movement arise in
    • How did life originate within this
    • man himself did this.” Even then the soul of man was
    • towards external things, constructs machines, etc., so did that
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    • say, ‘In the air in which we breathe is oxygen,’ so did these
    • air,’ so did these people say — not ‘We breathe in the
    • speaking did indeed imagine the receiving of thoughts as a kind
    • out-breathing — so did those people conceive a certain
    • connected with the earth. They did not feel themselves as
    • passing on the human thoughts to the cosmic ether, — did
    • to witness, as I did, many a concrete spiritual fact.
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    • men did not speak of the great mechanical processes in the Universe
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    • did not understand the old spirituality and brought a more
    • These individual revelations, springing as they did from obscure
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    • transferred to the strict discipline of Schulpforta, which did not
    • willingly did so. Very fortunately there was then at Schulpforta an
    • the Bible in a form of his own. He did this in such a way that
    • afield. He did not want at that moment, before he had made his way
    • thus he did not want to present his hearers with a ready-made
    • about world mysteries, then, and only then, did he come before his
    • self-renewing spiritual activity. He did not merely
    • but continually creating anew. For he did not care about imparting
    • most German of the German philosophers, did not train any real
    • was a man who, if something did not please him, would strike out
    • pass on without drawing attention to the manner in which he did it.
    • they simply have to accept it. But Fichte did not react to it in
    • which he was trying to deliver to mankind. Whenever he spoke he did
    • moment Fichte had been convinced that it was his son. He did what he
    • did, that is, wholly intent on his subject.
    • a unique instance. Often and often did Fichte give similar proofs of his
    • With one factor only did I fail to reckon, and it is this that
    • than to play the critic and to laugh at it. People did this a good deal,
    • stood up with a very long face and announced that he did not see
    • why he should listen to this any longer; so he went off and did not
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    • such matters had not yet spread to the extent it did later, in the
    • way into nature when the Christmas festival approached. They did this
    • which prevails today between actors and audience did not exist in
    • To all of these we did now sing.
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    • blood-relationship to one another did not yet have such an ego as
    • times we find everywhere groups of people who did not at all feel
    • is true. Once upon a time man did not say “I” to himself
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    • clairvoyance if he did not have a tiny amount of it already in his
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    • whole course of our present life — when we did not feel this
    • circumstances needed to bring about this misfortune. We did not know
    • We did not know that all the time our soul had another wider life
    • because man would never have developed this self if he did not feel
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    • today possesses, but that souls of that time did not yet possess.
    • “Why didn't the all-wise God of the universe simply create the
    • the soul we have lived in before but did not look into with our
    • not mere judgments arise, but facts; facts that we know we did not
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    • disintegration did not take place in us during our waking hours.
    • to say, if man did not have a much healthier brain through heredity
    • thinkers declared that this hollow cup did not really exist. They
    • same thing would have happened to him — and it did happen in
    • super-sensible to bring forth in the sense world what did not exist in
    • most advanced it was comparatively weak. People then did not think as
    • thought.” Their thoughts rose up like living dreams. Nor did
    • prepared from the spiritual world. This is what Arjuna did when at
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    • “Why did you not explain then all you have added to it now?”
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    • remained a secret. The people who came later did not know the real
    • today. Then, everything those men did with their Yoga and the Sankhya
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    • introduced the new age. The world around men did not call forth clear
    • did not enter human evolution but worked in Krishna and again in this
    • though he did not use this word. The path on which mankind had then
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    • Initiation the candidate experienced the dying of a God in the Heavens
    • those once initiated souls did not feel lonely and forsaken in the
    • those who in ancient times undertook the ascent. But they did not feel
    • Thus did the aspirant look into the world of the Harmony of the
    • Spheres, the world of the Cosmic Word; thus did he look into the world
    • Egyptian Age he did not only feel forsaken and desolate, but, if he
    • active there. And ever more and more did this feeling condense itself
    • world, so did the Initiate of the later Egyptian period feel how the
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    • Ejeh". Candidates in the later Egyptian Mysteries felt that the
    • the candidate for Initiation, transferred His life into the
    • of mind of one of these candidates, and realise how in the spiritual
    • How did That reappear which had become submerged in ancient Egypt? It
    • is the special task of our own epoch, the fifth. For the candidate for
    • provide supporting forces for the candidate. Hence the fifth
    • That is what the candidate for Initiation sees to-day. And he can say
    • the candidate for Initiation.
    • presented with a repetition of all that the candidate for Initiation
    • through the same stages as did a person belonging either to the
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    • plants ether forces which he knew how to use. He did this
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    • descend as it did in Him, who I followed. This is the deep
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    • which were kindred enlarged families. How did one regard such
    • found him of whom Moses in the law and the Prophets did
    • disciples asked him, saying, ‘Master, who did sin, this
    • Elias. But the people did not recognise him. Say it unto no
    • did not know how to use the forces of nature in everyday
    • which I will now explain. One did not look to the outer
    • Race, the Lemurian epoch. Mankind did not then breath air, he
    • not reached the stage of having a hard skeleton, he did not
    • of spirit power as John did, can understand his gospel.
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    • because in the beginning the people who wrote the books did not understand
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    • she really did reject and oppose the idea of reincarnation. She herself
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    • dark and so the creatures did not need eyes. Gradually they lost the
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    • man was present. Saturn did not shine, but it sounded and could have
    • to himself. He did not yet possess an Ego-body.
    • did not breathe as man does today; they breathed fire, not air. Through
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    • out of the darkness of Pralaya, it did not emerge alone; it was at first
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    • and the more it did so, the more did clairvoyance fade away. People
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    • ill during the night. You did not actually see him falling ill; you
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    • prevails. They did not all come to realise that, but many of them are
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    • you did have as good a memory you would be just like him! Now of
    • another place but there I didn't have coffee but a very good
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    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • abnormal relation to animals. It did have an aspect of disease about
    • it through the fact that he did not develop any special love for the
    • experienced a kind of lust, he did it for secret pleasure. During
    • did have rabies, but it was a very light case.) Now Raimund travels
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    • soul-spiritual entity (as the things I was just describing did not
    • pure observation. That was right. But medical science did the same
    • foremost a friend of humanity. But they did not stop at healing; they
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    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
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    • you did have as good a memory you would be just like him! Now of
    • another place but there I didn't have coffee but a very good
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    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • abnormal relation to animals. It did have an aspect of disease about
    • it through the fact that he did not develop any special love for the
    • experienced a kind of lust, he did it for secret pleasure. During
    • did have rabies, but it was a very light case.) Now Raimund travels
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    • soul-spiritual entity (as the things I was just describing did not
    • pure observation. That was right. But medical science did the same
    • foremost a friend of humanity. But they did not stop at healing; they
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    • may not perhaps have the same effect today, at one time it did work
    • something which they themselves did not possess at all, something
    • which did not belong to them, but which they were able to achieve by
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    • certain resistance to our senses, did not exist during the Saturn,
    • Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters, but that did
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    • of the Sun evolution these conditions did obtain, even physically
    • still united with the solar substance, so long as the sunlight did
    • have just described to you what the Elohim did. Within the
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    • Tuesday and so on, one did not mean simply periods of time, but the
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    • evolution certain Beings did not reach their proper goal, they lagged
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    • you did not feel that the sun was above you and that you were below,
    • this consciousness was that it was pictorial; things did not appear
    • of our present time. It did not work in such a way that outer objects
    • our flora. During the Moon evolution light did not act in this way,
    • distinction between outer and inner. He did not perceive the sun as
    • external to himself. He did not separate the sun from himself, but
    • are separated. This did not come about even for the Elohim until the
    • the Elohim did not merely feel themselves to be flowing with the
    • it without actually seeing it, so one did not see the light, but
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    • he did acquire. Earth conditions were not yet ripe enough to give man
    • animals, who did descend into it became beings of the air, and beings
    • air. That, however, did not happen on the fifth day, but only at the
    • man. And the next stage of densification did not come until
    • to give, the inbreathing of air, did not take place until after the
    • man did not actually walk about the earth on two legs; that is a
    • brought down to the surface of the earth? How did the further
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    • between rain and rain-free air which we have today did not exist in
    • kingdom visible to the external eye did not develop until much later
    • of creation. It did not come about until the time of Atlantis. The
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    • creatures. Man did not descend at that time. The group-souls who
    • still remained above in the great reservoir of the spirit did not
    • body. How did it come about? This differentiation, this separation into
    • the essential thing is that man did not become a living being in the
    • the supersensible upon the origin of our earth existence, so too did
    • did not originate by lower beings evolving to human stature. It is
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    • did Paul continue to live upon earth — that is, until about his
    • of Golgotha did bring about an absolute separation of one phase in the
    • together with the sense-perceptible, a spiritual reality. They did not
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    • people of the present day were a little humbler and did not drag in
    • astir in it, so did they perceive the sway of the divine in the social
    • Possessing this ancient vision, how did man conceive of his own
    • into the evolution of humanity. Towards the Christians alone did
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    • not be underrated, for it has splendid achievements to its credit. But
    • conquered death — only then did they become true Apostles and
    • departed from the earth — then and only then did the power which
    • his hosts are superhuman beings. Nor did Lucifer desire that
    • As I have spoken here to-day, so did the Rosicrucians speak in
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    • death as a Divine-Spiritual Being, He did not suffer pain; to declare
    • level was presented to the candidates for ancient Initiation after
    • figure before the candidate was to convey to him the deepest import of
    • fact that you did not allow yourself to be mastered by suffering and
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    • infinitely rich in content, but one thing they did not include —
    • Teachers did not cover the facts of birth and death. Hence before the
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    • the etheric body was different. The connection existing to-day did not
    • in order to induce in the candidates for Initiation the condition
    • in his normal state. Then the candidate for Initiation was able to see
    • Let us try to picture what actually happened to the candidate for
    • body, the candidate experienced in his etheric body the spiritual
    • consciousness by night and his physical consciousness by day did not
    • trees, as little did the Atlantean need religion in order to believe
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    • may compare it with a dark room containing many splendid objects which
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    • human, for not only did He bring heavenly forces into an earthly body,
    • of the Event of Golgotha for mankind? How deeply did it penetrate into
    • How did the prototypes for these pictures that still delight us
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    • account. But this living out of the result of his good and splendid
    • can be seen that in our time, too, we should say, as did John the
    • we read Olcott's book, The Buddhist Catechism, which once did
    • world-conception. They did not say what people imagine they would have
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    • another standpoint which I did not quote in my
    • and upright manner: for the simple reason that at that time I did not
    • for its compensation. If we did not experience it in the physical
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    • observe all she did for our cause, will, in common with those more
    • in him which he did not use in the years which would have followed his
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    • in a higher sense than did the Greek. The Greek could not see certain
    • earth is also intermingled that which is retained by those who did not
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    • not because he found something in him which gave him pleasure; he did
    • really did not think so and so was so clever, for when I approached
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    • ‘I,’ unless we did retain this memory. Anyone who observes
    • anticipated in spite of the severe suspicions laid on him, so much did
    • innocent Markus Freund. The officers immediately did their duty and
    • precisely so did the long-forgotten Markus Freund come before his mind
    • happened, but he did not know whether he had previously often thought
    • “Who is there?” There was no answer, nor did the door open,
    • ‘In vain did he tell himself how absurd and ridiculous his
    • forward which show him to be a man who did not go soulfully through
    • so bad, the worst was that from that moment (only he did not notice
    • transpires, which tells us: ‘I did this before I reached the
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    • Christ Jesus did not intend to make things so easy for men that
    • Frederick the Great may be verified. Christ did not wish to make
    • said that personally, as regards my youthful development, I did not
    • did so in the following way. He read in a book that I once assisted at
    • they were put to bed, very tired, and did not hear the midnight bells.
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    • Only when this point of time was reached did it become in any way
    • snake as a symbol. In those schools one did not learn in such an
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    • would be unable to form concepts about the physical world if he did
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    • then did the ant-consciousness enter into our Earth? This took place
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    • Moon-Nirmana-kayas, Bodhisattvas, Pitris and pure human beings did not
    • came to an end the beings who were wise, but did not possess wisdom in
    • environment. This however he did through pictures. Thinking hovered
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    • but they did not know the connection with spiritual forces. When out
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    • Radioactivity did not exist in earlier times and could not therefore
    • physical condition, as did also the plants and mineral kingdom.
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    • physical world; only by degrees did he become physical and acquire
    • Physical Plane did he become conscious of self. On the Astral Plane he
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    • the impulse to every important discovery; only then did the events
    • Paracelsus and other mystics did not speak about reincarnation. This
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    • We can look back at the time when man did not as yet speak, but only
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    • developed. We go back further to times in which people did not yet
    • Atlantic Ocean, did the frontal etheric head develop the frontal
    • did not yet possess what we are assuming could be lifted out of him.
    • In this earlier period he did not yet possess this etheric head with
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    • did the astral man live before he became what he is today and where
    • did the Monad live? Both have gone through different stages of
    • only later did it work upon us from outside. The original symbol for
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    • uncoordinated Earth mass. Now we ask: How did this come about? A plant
    • why the human beings did not already then turn themselves completely
    • reproduction. Everything else (intellect) did not lie in the
    • Age did the Monads regret their previous refusal; they came down and
    • made the absolutely right compromise, and for a period of time did not
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    • plants. At that time rocks did not exist. The plant-like mineral
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    • Only in the Fourth Earth Round did the body regain its spherical form;
    • Root-Race the Moon did so also. Everything evolved physically which
    • Mars and Mercury. Everything that did not originate from Mars and
    • do nothing. Only gradually did he learn in the most primitive way to
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    • previously there. Let us assume that somebody did this with a number
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    • We have learned from history that illnesses which previously did not
    • Moon breathing did not exist as it does now in human beings and
    • beings one must say: They did not live in an environment such as the
    • as present-day man. At that time plants did not exhale oxygen. Oxygen,
    • this breath of life, did not as yet exist. Only with the coming into
    • being of our plant kingdom did nitrogen become mingled with oxygen.
    • half of this previous Planet the beings did certainly already strive
    • so on; but only in our present Earth-Cycle did the plant kingdom
    • future. Not for nothing did the old Egyptians place the Sphinx in
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    • Later another form of food was added which did not exist earlier. Man
    • applied to plants, to fruit. Out of this wine arose. This did not
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    • fact Time. How did one arrive at the concept of time? Whoever seeks
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    • incorrect, that this chasm did not exist; and he set himself to work
    • Goethe to himself — and I do not relate this because he did it
    • with your ‘whole’ — how splendidly it will fit in.
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    • which filled their souls and hearts. They did not, however, look for
    • ready. But now they did not give themselves up to a questioning mood;
    • great riddles of existence. Rather did he believe that he must hold
    • burn within him, as once they did. He has become too intellectual, and
    • know he did, until the time of the full moon. The old initiate had to
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    • of mantrams did not suffice; in this case the performance of certain
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    • ancient times men did not count like this. They counted in this way:
    • three. They did not add one unit to another but the unit was that
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    • Mystery was reconstructed by Edouard Schuré it simply did not exist in
    • candid truthfulness, since I can see no blessing for any occult
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    • what they did there. Then he may himself take the first steps in
    • souls did not at first pay any attention to the earth. It might be
    • bodies. Though it did not require much effort on the part of high
    • what he did.” When the difference I have described is understood,
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    • believe it, for did he not see it all? But he did not see what he
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    • worked. Did He belong to any particular nation? He was born in an
    • documentary evidence. Those who joined Him as pupils and disciples did
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    • we did bring it forth, how much more nobly should we feel about the
    • seen quite correctly what he did see, according to the purpose in him
    • world which previously thou didst look upon, thou art in it, thou
    • objects and processes of which thou didst think. Thou art living in
    • now looking at, is thyself; yea, it is thee. Thou who formerly didst
    • forward, we could not do so if we did not live within the spiritual
    • nature differently from what we did before, we now know in a
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    • without effect upon man as they are to-day. They did not kill so
    • completely the inner physical part of man. They did not make such a
    • turning their gaze to the physical world, they did not only have
    • vision from within, these did not say, ‘Man alone sees this’;
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    • materialist again after his death, one who on the physical plane did
    • spirit streams towards him. To the same extent that he did not
    • did formerly. This may be noticed in every realm of life; in every
    • humanity did not then possess our present mentality, but had a kind
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    • spiritual solitude we know: what thou didst experience in the
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    • connected with the brain. If, as we develop towards the future we did
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    • an appalling disaster! Why did the gods not lead men clear of it, for
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    • always, even unto the end of the world.” This means: Christ did
    • intentions of the Christ, Who did not descend from worlds above the
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    • problematical for Goethe. He did not like to see the many concrete
    • ether. Not in this style did Goethe apply scientific thinking. In his
    • calculate this in the same way as I did the displacements in our
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    • felt the theory did not make sense. He was no longer minded to send
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    • is really happening when experiments are set up in the way he did. I
    • But it did not occur to the physicists to take the pure phenomenon as
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    • What did they teach you of the phenomenon you see when you observe
    • than they did before. It is electro-magnetic streams of force. Only
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    • did. In the last resort I wish to lead you to a certain kind of
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    • we did strike the tuning-fork to begin with, the picture on the
    • to direct a stream of air on to the moving disc. (He did.) You can
    • did it arise? Nearer the centre of the disc are fewer holes,
    • quite candid and to say: I, as physicist, am not proposing to
    • least candid and straightforward, only he must not then go on to
    • been thinking. You were thinking it but did not say it; he now
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    • they did to establish the old wave-theories even more firmly. What
    • not get where I want to in this course if I did not go through them
    • they thereby knew what it was; in any case they did not pretend to
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    • did indeed embrace the prevailing laws of a whole series of facts,
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    • obviously there must have been another life when I did the things for
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    • and from the organs back again to the heart, so did the Sun reveal
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    • knowledge. This is the true path of modern times. It did not exist in
    • the point when the candidate for Initiation was to penetrate into the
    • controlled. A candidate for Initiation was therefore guided by a
    • certain time the candidate for this Initiation had the feeling that he
    • The teacher had now to make clear to the candidate what it was that he
    • Osiris and Isis the priest led the candidate for Initiation back as
    • that the candidate for Initiation finds as a foreign entity when he
    • the guidance of a teacher to whom the candidate for Initiation
    • teacher as did candidates in the ancient Mysteries of Isis and Osiris.
    • Egyptian Mysteries the candidate for Initiation was guarded in this
    • ‘Friend of God from the Oberland.’] By what means did
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    • Ego-consciousness of the candidate for Initiation was reduced, to
    • finally the candidate was actually in a condition resembling death. To
    • But I must emphasise that this Ego-consciousness did not fade away
    • particularly in certain parts of Europe, a candidate who was to be
    • candidate's own soul, the Ego-force, had to be brought to him from
    • outside. In the Northern Mysteries this was achieved by the candidate
    • rules, they were brought into contact with the candidate for
    • the soul of the candidate for Initiation.
    • with the object of placing it at the service of the candidate for
    • transmitted their specialised Ego-forces to the candidate for
    • order to help a candidate for Initiation to rise into the Macrocosm. A
    • to him if he did not lose consciousness on going to sleep. We will
    • we did previously to that of waking.
    • tests whereby the candidate acquired a stronger moral power of
    • When the candidate in those ancient Mysteries, after long experiences
    • conditions, whether satisfactory or the reverse, the candidate for
    • At this stage the candidate for the Initiation we have been describing
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    • overwhelmed by the sight if consciousness did not cease. But there
    • and only then, in his incarnation in the sixth century BC., did he
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    • entrusts himself to a tutor in mathematics. If he did not assume that
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    • He did not think like a man of today, for thinking in ideas and
    • man did not need to make investigations into his origin, for he was
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    • If we extend this thought, the question arises: Did this other planet,
    • consciousness if he did not possess physical and etheric bodies. He
    • the Earth. So we shall find it intelligible that not only did it
    • only find one in an age when the Sun did not shine from outside; the
    • from those of today. Solid and fluid matter did not yet exist, but the
    • wheels made them.” — “Why did wheels make them?”
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    • were present with your whole mind, you did not only experience
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    • Columbus): either one did not
    • great ocean as Columbus and his followers did. But at that time
    • forefathers did it and then in our own way we can seek a path
    • wisdom, which are also called mysteries, did not allow anyone
    • out in the external world. He did not feel himself so cut off
    • did not succumb when their self-consciousness was led into a
    • And what did they learn then? This sounds surprising and
    • intellectuality which people in the past did not possess. But
    • world, which we can no longer enter instinctively as did the
    • the past created great and impressive works. How did they
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    • that time. They did not want to become estranged from the world as
    • his duty in external life and in his profession. They did not want to
    • into whatever he did, and so he now became a true priest of the Papal
    • would bring about law and order, though he did want firmness
    • These are powerful words. Why did this urge for “nothing,” for
    • not have spoken as did Meister Eckhart. He would have said: I gaze
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    • his own soul the assurance of his own I, and he did it by this
    • In those ancient times, people did not have the conceptions that we
    • spirit no longer inhabited the soul. No longer did the soul
    • nature.” People did not think in terms of natural laws;
    • man looked into his own being, he did not experience a soul that
    • faintly, in symbols taken from mathematics, did Cusanus want to
    • this science would appear. It had to develop the way it did. We can
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    • not only did Copernicus try to explain the movements of the solar
    • inwardness of world experience. But it did once exist. Man did once
    • to you that I did not divide man into separate members placed side by
    • movement. We would not have geometry if we did not place ourselves
    • still to be described. When was it human? It was human when man did
    • mathematics loose from his inner being. No longer did he have the
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    • with his being but did not cease at the soles of his feet. Hence,
    • appropriate for his contemporaries. Belonging as he did to an older
    • inner experience, but he did not have scientific forms for it.
    • Therefore although he described them so wonderfully, he did not
    • he experienced the soul in all the smallest details as did the
    • cosmic aspects were then still experienced by man, who did not yet
    • object outside. The two were still as one; man did not speak of the
    • fourteenth century. Thinking geometrically about space, man did not
    • did this, God dwelled within him and drew along with him. His
    • such all-pervading spirituality. But assert it he did, and so
    • make an exception for what he did toward the end of his life, when he
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    • the world. During those epochs, man inwardly did not experience his
    • were those that did not actually belong to the external corporeal
    • wrote in his Mechanism of Thinking, though he himself did not
    • the world simply did not exist anymore. Hence arose the Kantian idea:
    • existed. Not only did the inwardly experienced concept exist
    • made its appearance, it did not lead to continuity but to atomism.
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    • man did not listen to the world, did not look at it, did not direct
    • did not know what to do with them. It did not want to look for them
    • Therefore they did not find either mathematics or the primary
    • qualities in this unknown human nature; and they did not find the
    • secondary qualities in the external world, because they did not know
    • world. The thinkers no longer understand human nature. They did not
    • I never mentioned clairvoyant knowledge, but I did show to what extent man
    • them. Man, it was thought, did not possess this inter-maxillary bone.
    • and said that the animal had an inter-maxillary bone and man did not.
    • jaw, whereas it remains separate in the animal. Goethe did all this
    • did this in order to bring out the true difference as regards
    • This found followers, while Goethe's conception did not. Some
    • he brought man nearer to the animal. But they fail to realize that he did
    • this because he wanted to point out (he himself did not say so in so many
    • of man. One did not know what to make of man, so he was simply
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    • did not consciously carry his weight through space in former times.
    • falling stone, but he did not compare it with the inward experience.
    • Galileo also measured the following segments of its path. He did not
    • did not make a radical turn toward the mathematical attitude that
    • Here, however, we did not succeed in completely forgetting all inner
    • experience was forgotten, one did not find oneself in the same
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    • these fluids by the way they influence each other. Galen did not
    • I did not describe the Greek philosophers in the customary way. Read any
    • emerged, as did mathematics and physics, and became external
    • He did not think they were occurring only within himself as was done
    • information about it. So what did Stahl do? He invented something,
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    • I did not want to describe the development of natural science in
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    • will do no better than you did when you applied your thinking to the
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    • did not parallel this flowering of the experimental art. And today,
    • were not so, if we did not have this exception, the whole arrangement
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    • we warm a rod, as we did yesterday, we can observe the expansion of
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    • work I did, then obviously something has been left out of my thinking.
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    • consequence of which you did not perceive the green but perceived the
    • this going over into the mechanical so strongly as you did before the
    • such a dialogue as I did in my childhood with a youthful friend who as
    • did this, not account of some superficial reason such as has been
    • ascribed to them by people today, but they did it because they were
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    • following did not occur until several hours after the end of the
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    • Now this surprised you considerably at first, did it not? But it
    • than what we did yesterday with the block of ice, but you are doing it
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    • This is what the 19th century investigators did. They
    • as I did the color spectrum with the peach blossom color? We will
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    • were, bring about in another sphere the same sort of thing that we did
    • trough in order to permit it to form a liquid surface as it did in
    • otherwise about physical things than they did before the year 1842.
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    • iron.) The iodide of mercury on the rods (used to indicate rise in
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    • within each other. Heat had an intermediate position. It did not
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    • to apply them in the conduct of life. We could wish that one did not
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    • Cosmos. This is just what the old Cosmology did, and it was
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    • PHILOSOPHY did not arise in the same way in which it is continued in
    • that one consciously contracts habits which one did not have
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    • did not find himself in the same degree as to-day as an
    • The further development of purely inner faculties of knowledge did not
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    • did not imagine we should not think. The conscious thoughts of
    • ‘Duration’. But he did not proceed beyond this point.
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    • Himself as He did, for example, in the case of Paul. The Christ Being had
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    • as organs in a plant grow and subsequently die, so did this half-living
    • of sleep nor of waking life. He did not perceive outer objects. His
    • the astral body did not sink into the physical body as deeply as it
    • did later on the earth. Man is the figure he is today because the astral
    • did not, during the Old Moon period of evolution, allow itself to descend
    • as far as the Saturn of today. Differentiation in the solar system did
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    • the first half of the Lemurian epoch, man himself did not live actually
    • nor did he take the more solid kind of nourishment. Indeed, even at
    • The great initiate of the Sun Oracle did not, however, despise these
    • respond to this call as did certain human beings long ages ago; they
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    • splendid adornment of physical existence, their whole soul could live
    • expression in the realm of earth to all their faculties, the more did the
    • realities of earthly existence. Thus did Zarathustra inaugurate the
    • he did not believe that this great spirit had dwelt on the earth in
    • did light pour into the world of the dead. The souls there were again
    • into the generations. He did not say “I” of himself but
    • life did not begin with his birth; it was not then that he began to
    • in a splendid way how the Christ principle was tentatively grasped
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    • gold, but he demanded fruits of the Earth, which they did not
    • to Frankfort, Goethe wrote to him: “I am very glad you did not
    • Serpent made this resolution, and so did Goethe; Goethe points to an
    • Mysteries.” He did not teach his pupils by means of abstract
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    • its existence, and this Goethe did in many different parts of his
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    • represent a custom that did not exist a hundred years ago. A century
    • in establishing December 25th as the birthday of Jesus, did something
    • ancient India the wise Rishis looked back to a time when the sexes did
    • female sexes did not exist. Thus, in the spirit of the great Indian
    • human civilization after the great flood. At that time one did not yet
    • in the human sense did not exist before the division of the sexes that
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    • naturalists, but even so the spiritual, immortal part did not live in
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    • To kindle life's fair torch we did aspire
    • today. Sun and moon did not yet exist but were both united with the
    • men follow as did the priest-sages in ancient ages.
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    • much more lightly than he did before his occult training. His
    • education, his social connection guided him before, so that he did
    • development, many people begin to tell lies who never did so before,
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    • categories just as we did among the beings of the Third Hierarchy. To
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    • themselves did not remain connected with them. What they create has an
    • Rotation of Time can be described from one aspect, as we did some days
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    • be untrue to their nature so that their thoughts and feelings did not
    • which they did not manifest externally; to do so they would have to
    • of the Third Hierarchy, the taking on of another nature, did actually
    • take place; it did occur in the course of the ages. We shall see, as
    • will confine our attention to the fact that it did happen; that, as a
    • wish to deny their own nature. What did this bring about in these
    • this impulse, did not do what they did for the sake of lying, but in
    • the best of it and put up with getting wet, which he did not at all
    • inner independent life. What did these spirits wish to surmount? They
    • spoken did not wish to be filled with the spirit nor to be connected
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    • higher hierarchies. Only in the last lecture did we try to turn a
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    • treasure of the Nibelung and did a great deal of good with it; but
    • the kingdom of King Etzel she demanded it again of Hagen he did not
    • to plants, and did not differentiate between what we call a soul in
    • we do not give the earth pain; it feels it to be good. But it did not
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    • Men did not then speak without reason of the Zodiac or Animal Circle;
    • magnificent in so far as he did not go beyond the facts. For
    • been specified according to the relations described, so did the
    • he himself knew. They did not assert that what they had to give was the
    • it was with the spheres of the Spirits of the Age, so did the Holy
    • Rishis knew, as also did Zarathustra, that what is meant by
    • be a breach if we did not know through our basic teaching how to
    • occultists has already been accomplished. Did the Christ-Impulse arise
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    • belonging to our system by physical astronomy — Uranus and Neptune — did
    • light, so, too, did his spiritual principle sink down into the human
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    • have the security of the strong ego power if the son did not continue
    • way from the Jewish people they did not require such laws with their
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    • kingdoms. Not only did he possess a knowledge of what streamed toward
    • During Kali Yuga, however, something did occasionally penetrate into
    • the physical world from spiritual realms. As a rule, it did not come
    • actually arrived. The one who did this most powerfully was John the
    • world in the same way as did Saul during his transformation into Paul
    • Christ will not incarnate again in a physical body as he did in Jesus;
    • At that time such a deceptive belief did not do so much damage. But
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    • near future. Anthroposophy would not fulfil its task if it did not put
    • character of the events of Palestine. The men of earlier times did not
    • and one did not need to ask whence they came; one knew that men had
    • Then, if we did some genuine spiritual research, if we gained genuine
    • approach the Gospels and say: “Well now, at first we did not
    • How did the Luciferic forces intervene? The Luciferic powers are
    • never more return to a physical body. How did that which flows out
    • becomes united with the Osiris-principle (so did the ancient Egyptian
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    • Lucifer brought death. Lucifer did not bring death, he brought what we
    • Greeks did not prize this incorporation into Osiris; they were more
    • Thus did the men of the fourth post-Atlantean period look up to Jesus
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    • unsuitable. It didn't take long — with some single
    • definite clear understanding, act as he did. Still
    • monastery, he didn't even consider making the expected visit of
    • ruling powers were initially liberal; they didn't want to
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    • How did walking, speaking, thinking appear in the pre-earthly life?
    • period of evolution; he did not possess it during the Moon period. In
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    • mind that earlier periods did not have the same occasion for giving
    • period, human beings said to themselves — they did not clearly
    • did not need to pass through birth and death, for whom birth and death
    • enclosed within itself, was lost to humanity. Most of all did that
    • was existent that did not create and what it created was seen by the
    • human being as matter. Just as little conception did these ancient
    • the cosmos, if what occurs to the human being did not occur to the
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    • days the ‘cliché’ did not yet dominate Middle
    • Europe.” It did not make its way into Middle Europe until the
    • they did not break through it. Besides, being cold in heart they did
    • warmth broke through the ice-crust. The younger man did not feel:
    • As a matter of fact Goethe did not say “More light!” He
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    • and they did not find them. And this was the really terrible thing
    • then, did youth find when they came to the Universities? Well, they
    • met men in whom they did not find what they were looking for. These
    • science. How did man express his relation to the world? By reference
    • although people did realize to a slight extent that they were not so
    • “We have made such splendid progress” would have got. It
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    • was it not always so? Did human beings in earlier times include in
    • of that time man did not experience in salt, sulphur, or phosphorus
    • the candidates for initiation — the students of those days-were
    • it would be almost more sensible if they did not. For what does
    • century. At that time man did not think only with the brain but with
    • did this in one of my last Oxford lectures, and to make myself quite
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    • otherwise than in the way Paul Rée did. Nietzsche was
    • Rée did his writing, just as a thermometer indicates nothing
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    • men did not speak in indefinite terms as was current later, and this
    • consider what was spoken of as moral intuition, we find that it did
    • more. — That would have been consistent. But people did not
    • there were many things that one did not dare! If a judgment were
    • the world from us. Something splendid would be made of man had he
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    • did not make people tired. There was no feeling of being overcome by
    • brought into splendid human activity; through the pictures we are
    • So a deep antipathy was felt; one simply did not try to take in hand
    • similar to the young. They did not want this knowledge, for it could
    • look at the way in which they did so. By inventing the maddest
    • remembrance is. These people did not connect certain concepts with
    • told them. They did not distinguish between what they themselves
    • ancient Indian did not see this. He paid much more heed to its
    • content, which did not lead him into his own childhood but to his
    • the human being did not become conscious of the way in which it came
    • telling them what they themselves did not know among the things
    • splendid for a human being to tell another what the other does not
    • another which the latter did not know. Theoretical pedagogics was
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    • feeling did not then exist. It was a period of actual transition. In
    • why did those souls who, up to the fifteenth century thought about
    • times did not work with such intensity and inwardness in any other
    • science did not realize where the difference lay between external
    • bound up with the divine-spiritual (they did not ask this consciously
    • among those who, participating in the cultural life, did not really
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    • from the artistic, which he did in higher education by treating as
    • spiritual life. What did the young say when they looked at the
    • whereas formerly, the older he became the more did the spiritual
    • you did experience something of the kind, even if at the time you
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    • immediately upon the Atlantean catastrophe, the human being did not
    • the hoof and other parts of its leg. Men did direct their gaze into
    • soul-spiritual nature. But these men did not ascribe any great
    • the ancient Indian. He did not look at man's ego. His language
    • spectacles was known as “doctor.” People did not bother
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    • to concepts no longer springing from revelations did they evolve
    • experiments — only then did they allow validity to what was
    • did such a view of the world ever arise? Why does it fundamentally
    • centers — but libraries did not exist. Do not misunderstand me
    • said: Yes, there is a library — but they did not call it so —
    • earth. He did not take man away to an earthly life in the heavens.
    • Why did human beings tear each other to pieces during the second
    • not belong, because they did not see the real enemy, the dragon. To
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    • designate as the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic element. But they did not
    • At a time when animals did not yet exist, the human being, under
    • consciousness — he did not possess it — if this
    • with the human earth being. What did this signify for Earth
    • The essential thing is for human beings to see that since they did not
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    • human beings did not attain to any factual clarity about their own
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    • Dido; through this marriage he acquired the right, as ancestor of the
    • preparation, as a pre-state. Only upon the Earth itself did man, as he
    • descending phase of the Moon evolution did we, at times,
    • How did an event overtake European mankind which it is impossible to
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    • have understood a word of it. An order of nature in our sense did not
    • will and the necessity of nature did not exist for him. Everything was
    • asks: Why did Indian Yoga culture try to call it back, what did it
    • serve in the arranging of the phenomena. Goethe did not strive for the
    • a soul element, as Gustave Theodore Fechner did, then something will
    • matter a bit, but people did become nervous. Now, in regard to the
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    • Since it is a proven fact that this did not occur — and it
    • nobody who would fail to observe that even this Poehlmann did not
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    • forth, a spirituality is needed which did not exist in previous ages.
    • refined feeling which did not exist in the art development of earlier
    • the spiritualized element within them. Therefore, because people did
    • as extremely stupid; but, of course, he did not dare utter this
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    • the theory of soul wounds would not do, did not cover these
    • course serious thinkers did not concern themselves with such
    • off, ordering the child to jump too, which it did, just before
    • having been in love, many years before, with a man whom she did
    • only after his death did Nietzsche devote himself to the study
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    • did the woman really want, after she had been one of the party,
    • but did not originate with me. The whole matter is crazy. He says
    • works. Nietzsche did carry forward Schopenhauer's
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    • “As a man I did little to make myself
    • succeeded, it nevertheless did not succeed.” Thus
    • did not escape. The inner illusions of the inner world
    • sunlight, found that the sun did not shine upon him, could not
    • the painter if he did not have to learn the technique of his
    • art, if he did not have to bring out upon the canvas, at first
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    • rise into the world of the spiritual hierarchies, which we did
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    • ancient times, one did not believe one inhaled material air, but then
    • present in a room among those present, one did not do so directly, but
    • one said: Fine vibrations are existing in this room. One did not heed
    • group-souls. Humanity of an early age did not feel that as a fall,
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    • men, that they did not see what the critic sees, working in the modern
    • How, then, did those who stood at the summit of the spiritual life and
    • be taken, that he did not merely have inwardly, in that which
    • clairvoyance, then we must say: How did they receive that which was
    • being, shone entirely inwardly. One did not have to investigate so far
    • facts. The ancients did not experience what they sought to know in
    • did not lie purely in the blood. The carrying over of these faculties
    • were not independent; the I-ness or Ego-hood, Ego-nature, did not come
    • human being did not perceive these streams, but when they took place
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    • meant by such designations. One did not give names as one does today,
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    • the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did not turn in the
    • known that from the life of the Sun did not depend the process
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
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    • Angels did not work into our Ego and Astral body, we would
    • Golgotha. Before the Mystery of Golgotha this delusion did not
    • kind of deception. Before Golgotha man did not believe that his
    • conservation of force and matter did exist, then our ideal
    • Hierarchy. Man did not feel so cut off as to-day, for he
    • differently to what they did before the Mystery of Golgotha;
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
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    • did not undergo their earlier evolution on our earth planet, but in
    • the astral body did not have the specific stamp in man which in fact
    • they went over to Zeus. But Zeus is still one of the leaders who did
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    • was shown to the candidates for initiation — that is to say, they
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    • but also with what really happened. The Trojan War did actually take
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    • condition. At that time man did not yet exist in his present form;
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    • human feeling life because these preachers did not stand alone but
    • and fourteenth centuries did not have the meaning it has today, but
    • Atlantean epoch. Air did not exist as it does today; the distribution
    • mist-filled atmosphere. Because of this atmosphere, things did not
    • process went on for thousands of years. Only gradually did things
    • which countenances had shaped themselves accordingly, so did the
    • fields for tilling did not yet exist. The human physical body existed
    • understood at present, he did not know because he could transform
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    • would never be possible for good to manifest if it did not have evil
    • court of Charles the Bald. He did not get on well with the Church,
    • true that he was tortured to death. A splendid book was written by
    • did the highest of the clergy experience it, but also those who
    • Actually, he did this in the rarest of cases. Michelangelo is here,
    • who wrote it, did not say if it was Steiner or his own, or just
    • myself did not take a look in the book, but I feel completely
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    • the kind of hearts they have today if the lion did not exist out
    • way that the forces of the organism did not determine its structure
    • Thus, for example, they did not have heads like the ones you carry on
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    • of the sky. This did not exist for the ancient clairvoyant humanity
    • of Atlantis; when they looked upwards, they did not see
    • external expression. Thus did the gaze of man, before the Atlantean
    • said the word Mercury (they did not use that word, but we take it as
    • an example), did they mean by it the physical orb of that name? No! —
    • even the ancient Greeks did not use it in that sense; what they meant
    • system in that way, as people of earlier times also did. To-day’
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    • What did the teacher of ancient wisdom say to those who had to
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    • degrees of divine beings. The Egyptian Sage who spoke of the gods did
    • inhabit the earth as men, so did the Angels inhabit the Moon during
    • the Sun, and the Archai, or spirits of personality did the same on
    • earth, as earth, water, air, fire. The three first elements did not
    • liberated in the human soul by the impression of something red, did
    • many different experiences so did the Spirits of Personality grow up
    • of fire. Air as yet did not exist.
    • when inhaling, some of those Saturn eggs did not disappear
    • care of itself, as it were; they left it outside. Now why did they do
    • air and fire, so did those Archangels consist of air, and inwardly
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    • spiritual world. As was stated, this did not happen, but the Spirits
    • it through those remnants they left on Saturn, for they did not take
    • power of thought. For in reality, the Spirits of Personality did
    • space. They did in great measure what in a lower sphere of existence
    • Yet they did not do it, they lengthened the time of their stay
    • In what way did those great helpers meet them, and what appearance
    • when light did not stream out. The Cherubim were then also in the
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    • did not rise so high as the Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones; they stopped
    • mixture of these two substances. This did not, however, happen of
    • Through what did this division take place? Through what influence did
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    • people did not know formerly, that the Sun stands in the middle and
    • did is not that he, so to speak, took a chair and gazed into space to
    • calculation did. The Copernican world system is nothing but the
    • Zodiacal sign. Before 270 B.C. it did not rise in Pisces but in
    • it did so in order that man should develop in the right way. If the
    • not for their own development, for they did not need it, just as a
    • Externally he did not appear very different from others, but a spirit
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    • find a man who did not yet feel his Ego completely within him, who
    • helpless, they could not help themselves, they did not know what they
    • on all his surroundings. Such Lemurians did not appear different from
    • it. Thought did not exist, it only developed later.
    • Archangel, dissolved, but the etheric body did not dissolve. There is
    • The great leaders of humanity in the post-Atlantean times did not
    • Spirits of Personality did speak through human entities in the
    • Bodhi-Sattva did not reach so far as to ensoul the physical body, but
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    • You may now ask: How is it really with that substance? Did warm
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    • some of these planets we see in the heavens did not originate from
    • did not only influence the time in which he lived, but that his
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    • Saturn, and it really did begin then. It then advanced to Jupiter.
    • spaces. As some of the surrounding Beings withdrew, so did also some
    • undertake that which the Godhead Itself did not want them to
    • which the mind of man could ever imagine. What did this mean? To show
    • evil itself stood before him, and only when the evil was unmasked did
    • represented by the wise Priests themselves who certainly did not err
    • did not follow we always find represented in the pictures which
    • quite different nature, who did nothing, nothing at all, to force
    • proof that the Christ during His life did nothing of what was done
    • not understand the Christ. The Christ did not in the first place act
    • at all through His teaching, but through that which He did. And the
    • been operative in the contents of its teaching? He who at first did
    • Christianity, did he rely on its teaching? Look at the Apostle Paul!
    • that they did not fulfil their own tasks but the tasks of those who
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    • just as we did formerly among people of the physical world, is called
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    • and origin of humanity. Man did not originate on the Earth, for the
    • the beginning; only later did the Sun and the Moon develop out of the
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    • and Chthon. Now what precisely did he mean by these names? It will at
    • a further evolution. But in ancient times men did not clothe matters
    • first the Christ light did not ray back from him. Since the point of
    • stage of evolution through this contact with the Christ light. He did
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    • human soul; a being not unlike man, but one who did not descend so
    • the outer world of matter, if they did not ascend to inspiration
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    • otherwise than they grew to be later on. The etheric body did not
    • India saw the world quite otherwise than did a native of Old Egypt. A
    • out of primeval ages when his etheric body did not as yet dwell
    • the human physical body did not add something to it, this etheric
    • difference did not exist to the same extent. At that time the inner
    • and had entered into his present state. Formerly, men did not express
    • did so in magnificent pictures. One such picture is the Oedipus
    • later married the widow. Only then did he learn that it was his real
    • ruined but did not behave like Oedipus; for he was overcome by
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    • as the Luciferic path. The beings of Lucifer are those who did not
    • first had to remain hidden, and who did not accompany the sun in its
    • moon evolution, who did not attain to that grade which as spiritual
    • In a certain sense their destiny was to go out, as did the
    • beings, then, did not from the beginning remain behind with the
    • evolution. Now what did these beings do in the course of the earth
    • change somewhat as it did at the time of the Atlantean catastrophe.
    • wisdom and life existing at that time, when the Ego-consciousness did
    • this high individuality, of Manu. And what did Manu communicate to
    • himself up to it, if he did not go out into the external life of the
    • When he did this he felt as if he were being lifted out of himself,
    • And this he did. Then, however, living wisdom rose before him; not
    • not require logic. The old Indian did not require logic for he looked
    • kind of feeling did their visions arouse? They felt that into this
    • wishes to adopt the right attitude towards the Vedas must feel as did
    • also did the old Persian civilisation derive its moral precepts and
    • in such a way as did the old Indians. The instruments used by the old
    • astral body, and this he did. Because he could no longer perceive
    • the path leading inwards, that did not lead to Ahura Mazdao, but to
    • suddenly and presenting themselves in a flash. These people did not
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    • man, his inner being, that is, as did all the great teachers of
    • did not descend to earth by the path of time. The Christ came to the
    • but a Being who did not Himself leave any teaching behind, but who
    • point to which mankind will look up as it did to the great
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    • Speech did not arise arbitrarily. It is a spiritual
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    • actually did develop through such forms. Fortunately, as we can say
    • him. This he did in turn with all the animal forms, because they were
    • discard these in order to become what he did. The fact that in the
    • senses, and did not occupy their minds with matters concealed from
    • first in the course of human development? Did man learn first to
    • capable of developing it. The human ego did not yet possess the
    • constantly around the earth, as they did around the old Moon. They
    • endowed with memory, for it does today exactly what it did yesterday.
    • European peoples, who had postponed their cultural development, did
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    • you something of the red. What you did while confronting the rose,
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    • It is, therefore, a soul manifestation that in a sense did not
    • Ha! Did the gates start of thy sanctuary,
    • Thy sons, oh goddess, did not vainly flaunt
    • desire did not reach the boundary of the outer world but remained
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    • the same facts you did in the past, then the current out of the
    • that we could learn nothing about the ego. What we did learn,
    • psychology in the eighteen-sixties and, although what he did amounted
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    • mineral world and became complicated. That is, that it did not gather
    • matter is similar to something I did set forth there. I said that we
    • In former times, of course, men did not express the
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    • reacting to an outer impression at all. It did not say to itself,
    • inner urge, and this it did even when the outer impression emanated
    • be called unreal, yet did not come into being like an external error
    • by, and not until you dreamed it did the picture enter your
    • night between parents and son. He did tell them something, or
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • imprisonment of the human soul, as did Frohschammer.
    • pneumatosophy. How did eighteenth century theosophists like Ottinger,
    • theosophists did more to illuminate and clarify the mysteries of man
    • goal of God's ways, but not that of man. They did not find it in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • that no longer did a single individual human soul live within him, but
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    • lesser Mysteries. Pictures were presented of what the candidate for
    • life, in what may be called man's highest Ideal. Thus did they learn
    • life; they did not belong entirely to the material world but neither,
    • the peaks of high mountains. The sun and moon did not shine clearly in
    • star that all wise men follow, as did the Priest-Sages of old. It
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • good-will. And thus, according to the Christmas Legend, did the
    • been completed, the same Spirit by Whom Moses had been held back, did
    • Thus did the festival of Christ's Nativity become the festival of the
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    • revealed was something that the earth as such did not reveal, namely,
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    • What form did these preparations take? These preparations for
    • to chosen pupils only. Moreover it did not work in them in the same
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    • disposal of a higher Being, and, in fact, did so). In the Sixth Root
    • of a sublime Being, as did Jesus of Nazareth when Christianity was
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    • the festival of the 25th of December did not become an institution in
    • deep and profound experience the candidate for Initiation knew with
    • When the candidate had been prepared in the Mysteries, when he had
    • well-known to every Initiate — that the candidate was led. He beheld
    • enabled the candidate, at the midnight hour, to see the sun at the
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    • when we can feel the reality of Christ as did Christian Morgenstern
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    • advocating the idea of re-embodiment or reincarnation, if we did not
    • did something wrong, the Furies were perceived; it could not then have
    • indeed was spoken; rather did the listening soul recognise in the
    • his inner personality. It did not matter what he said; the qualities
    • the destiny to which a normal man — as man — is subject, did
    • human being, and the Teacher type, who did not use his brain at all in
    • Teacher did not need to use the brain in all its details; he knew
    • did not exist above. As long as the Furies, the avenging spirits, were
    • human teaching of compassion and love. Why did this Bodhisattva, who
    • soul which did not as yet exist in any living man. Ideas or
    • works upon it through the eyes. Thus did music work on the physical
    • side. When did he do this? It was accomplished at the time when the
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    • ourselves: — When did such a turning-point occur? — It may
    • is already old and one knows nothing of his youth; or even if one did
    • glass of wine and others who did not, and was able to make my own
    • opinion formed by this visitor, which he did not hide under a bushel!
    • He said he did not like the way in which Anthroposophy splits up
    • forces within us — but they did not suffice. Yet whenever we call
    • resist the malady, but our powers did not suffice. Yet although they
    • did not succeed, the forces we called up in making the effort, are not
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    • Saturn, Sun and Moon ages, and then only did it become the structure
    • not have come in the same form. Not only did man acquire from Lucifer
    • the beautiful and the true, was necessarily meagre; it did not
    • nor could he be led into untruth. Thus did the tendency to lying and
    • knowledge, but even that only came about slowly and gradually. Man did
    • Now just ask yourselves this question: Did all those living at the
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    • ‘Jedidjah’, a word signifying something like ‘the
    • names: Jedidjah, Kohelet, Salomo; and four additional names: Agur, Ben
    • become such that when man was now outside himself he did not ascend to
    • himself through the Ego. ‘Even Buddha in his time did not
    • in wide circles. A Messiah did actually appear then, but he led the
    • believe, just as firmly as did St. Paul himself! This is the immediate
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • Spiritual world. In old Egypt a candidate for initiation had to
    • of a finer, more spiritual kind. Only in the course of ages did man
    • a thing, did not completely pass from the earlier form into the normal
    • it did not fully descend into the material. It has certainly become
    • crystallised, we can say: -the woman did not press forward as far as
    • reversed. He is the opposite pole. Just as the female form did not
    • play the same part on our earth as did the combinations of carbon and
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    • soul-life, we did not possess when we wandered on earth thousands of
    • incarnations and did not possess what we call conscience, so in later
    • evil deed of murdering his mother, did not, as he would to-day, hear
    • a step further; and to the extent that they did advance further, to
    • until the later soul-principles had developed. In Europe the ego did
    • above his contemporaries, as did the one who was to provide the
    • did not so much feel himself to be a separate individual as an
    • was still taken impersonally. The Greek did not feel himself to be a
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    • Did Jesus live?’ You probably all know that what led to
    • Did Jesus live?’
    • the following conclusion: ‘What concept of Christ did St. Paul
    • God, who did not actually become man, who did not descend so far as
    • mysteries; but one thing they did not possess: there is no record of
    • extent did he carry the idea of Christ further?’
    • entered his mind that this Christ actually did live on earth in a
    • that St. Paul gained the power to proclaim the Christ. But did he
    • rightly said. He did not receive the mere idea, the concept of Christ
    • point of importance is that they did occur. It is of no consequence
    • is worthy of confidence, is a very natural one. “What they did on
    • than she did so long as the grace ruling the development of the world
    • earlier. She did not deny His existence, but she did not recognise
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    • world outside did not make him aware of himself. The fact that there
    • development of the ego, for if we did not do so during the whole of
    • everything to which they had pointed. How did this come to be
    • fact that it did not limit itself to one people and one epoch.
    • Humanity must learn to understand that Christ did not come for one
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    • earthly connection we should have loved him, but did not do so as
    • worked since on another occasion when he did not incarnate as Buddha,
    • necessary for him to work later in the extraordinary way he did. In
    • Bruckner. It can happen with one as it did with me a few days ago,
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    • we did wrongly during our life on earth but we are incapable of
    • things that souls did not come into this Venus sphere with a common
    • substance has accepted an impulse that did not grow out of its own
    • some way related to a person and did not love him, this cannot be
    • Michelangelo did it in his figure. The figure of “Night”
    • that Michelangelo was conscious of this. He simply did it.
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    • realize why he did not leave his house two or three minutes later
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    • he did, and who are in the spiritual world. He so enters into the
    • A person has died. During his lifetime for [one] reason or another he did
    • earth, for Christ once did dwell in the Sun but, as we know, He
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    • did not seek a spiritual content, because they were only able to
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    • that he did not know during his lifetime.
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    • second earthly life. If Lucifer did not approach him at this point,
    • Mars did not take the same course as the Christ Mystery on earth, but
    • fruitful manner, though he did not know him on earth. It is indeed a
    • again as they did in the earthly relationship now that they are once
    • more united. Just as on earth the one soul did not wish to know
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    • prepared is unable to make any connections and because he did not
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    • connections did not exist which, though far off, yet prepare the
    • racial religion. But the West has accepted a confession that did not
    • Actually, the folk among whom the Christ appeared did not acknowledge
    • We enter a new age. Christianity can no longer work in the way it did
    • in the midst of them.” Christ did not mean wherever two Hindus
    • brain to its general structure. Such an individuality did not find
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    • then the human soul did not at all experience what can be called
    • “thought” in the true sense of the word. What did human
    • when in recent times a Western thinker did consent to think correctly
    • someone did not give you a hundred possible or a hundred
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    • Yes, you laugh, for of course Jacob Boehme did not say this; but
    • Three. Thus Nominalism did away with the unity of the Trinity. In
    • Realists did, that the Three Persons formed not merely an imaginary
    • people carry to an extreme the saying of Kant — Kant did not do
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    • develop Logicism in the constellation of Idealism, as Hegel did; one
    • can develop it, as Fichte did, in the constellation of Psychism; and
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    • “thought” in the true sense of the word. What did human
    • when in recent times a Western thinker did consent to think correctly
    • someone did not give you a hundred possible or a hundred
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    • Three. Thus Nominalism did away with the unity of the Trinity. In
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    • develop Logicism in the constellation of Idealism, as Hegel did; one
    • can develop it, as Fichte did, in the constellation of Psychism; and
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    • karma, points from a man's present suffering to what he did wrongly
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    • lived in his day did not attribute at all the same meaning to the
    • did not think of sin as being a fault in the ordinary sense nor one
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    • something in his thirteenth or fourteenth year and who later did
    • to him, or wrongs which he himself did in his twelfth year? He will do
    • If we examine the action and seek for the cause why the man did it, we
    • abilities to explore the regions of the heavens. For instance, how did
    • Kepler arrive at his discoveries? He did so because within him there
    • such and such a thing had not come to pass when it did.
    • futile, but to ask: ‘How did it happen that the Persian war ended
    • evolution and that these beings did so for the purpose of giving to
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    • recent culture, neither did Descartes hold this view, although in many
    • books on philosophy you may read that he did so. It is true he does
    • The human organisation became grosser and grosser. Man did not,
    • laws of the Earth existence. For those beings which did not evolve the
    • perpetuate themselves rigidly as the grosser organisations did. They
    • which have changed themselves. Now, in what did the change consist?
    • group-souls did not need to do this; they act on these beings from the
    • organisations which did not share in this destiny whereby we were led
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    • what deeds a person did in a previous life. In the case of an animal
    • your eyes indeed saw the other person but the direct impression did
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    • the last life, he did many actions under the influence of the emotions
    • remained behind during the ancient Moon evolution, and who did not
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    • did not exist, we should not fall into those temptations that lead us
    • if they did not have this full consciousness. For people are mistaken
    • inner Ego for on the Moon we did not yet possess our Ego. It is not
    • as did the luciferic beings during the Moon evolution. That is why we
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    • and so on, did not live at a certain period for their own sakes but
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    • separate person did at that time solely to the karmic account of that
    • ‘How did it come about, for instance, that just Xerxes or
    • Ahriman crumbled it away; and they will have to say, because they did
    • conclusion that we make good again everything that we did and thought
    • for that on which we stand; for if we did not stand upon those
    • year 1910 did this or that which was carried out on the physical plane
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    • other; whenever she did this, she was able to swallow her yawns. And
    • Capesius felt as he usually did, pleasantly cheered. Father Felix,
    • number of such buildings, it did not at first affect him. In fact, he
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    • blotted out, and this we did ourselves. But out of an as yet unknown
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    • develop did not exist in times past, for they have only risen in the
    • were their names? But the Angels did not know the names of the
    • incarnations, and then has become a Bodhisattva, as did Gautama, the
    • though he did not make clear that the ego dwells in the single human
    • way in life, whereas before we did not. Thus the person who has gone
    • feelings which formerly he did not know; that he has sympathies and
    • antipathies which formerly he did not know; that he succeeds easily
    • things), that now he knows things which he did not know before and
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    • could not develop further, if we did not bring to meet it fertilising
    • so the man who did not select his visions would be overwhelmed by
    • were the names of these beings. They did not know. They have tasks
    • developed philosophically. I did not at that time try to show the
    • spiritual mysteries behind, but the world did not at that time
    • became a Roman Catholic (which he did in order according to his
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    • and antipathies that prevail today, one might ask, “Did not the
    • another light. It was Caracalla who did this, and he was not a man to
    • political-legal thinking, although they did so in the sense of which
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    • earthly gravity did not exist, but where human beings would dwell with
    • decadence and a special luciferic kingdom would have begun. This did
    • This condition did not come about because, mingled with the
    • in Rome, just as the luciferic beings did in Greece. They calculated
    • entirely blind obedience and subjection to Rome. What did the
    • that would have given Ahriman a splendid opportunity to achieve his
    • Thus did Ahriman meet with his disappointment, as Lucifer had met with
    • sense world is necessary. This did not exist in earlier times because,
    • as it did of the Greeks, it then became necessary for men to develop
    • completely and utterly devoted to divine righteousness, did.
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    • the last two lectures. They did not attain their goal and therefore
    • Western Hemisphere did not come to outer physical earthly reality, our
    • one who did not descend to physical incarnation. A great many men were
    • correctly by the Taotl method. When a candidate had been initiated in
    • candidate after the first murder, but further and higher secrets were
    • candidates to be initiated had matured on this path and had come to
    • the candidate for initiation was to obtain the wisdom to mould this
    • should completely die out. The interest in humanity, however, did not
    • mysteries. These were mysteries in which a being lived who did not
    • consciousness did not gradually enter, these forces would become
    • speak in the most open and candid manner of the whole content of truth
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    • human evolution in an earlier century than the one in which they did.
    • centuries, did not formerly exist. In fact, they correspond to a
    • if he did not gradually evolve faculties suited to each period of
    • whose foundations already exist in man's general nature, did not
    • other persons who did not enter into this phenomenon of the time
    • merely instinctively as did the ordinary scientists and most
    • been linked earlier. They did not unite with what was living in the
    • experiments did not open up a path to the living men of the spiritual,
    • splendid progress have brought him to a certain summit of attainment.
    • did until he had undergone the strictest moral discipline. Those who
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    • came from atavistic clairvoyance. Men did not see the pure phenomenon,
    • and they did not see pure external, material existence as such. They
    • realize, even from history, that this is so. Plato did not consider
    • just because the purely external onslaught did not come to pass, or
    • did not go very far, the impulses remained in Europe in the state of
    • successor of Tao. This being, Taotl did not appear in a physical body
    • being who did not appear in a physical body but who was known to many
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    • they were to think that the blood coursing in their veins did not
    • especially on souls who felt and thought as did the Knights Templar.
    • Naturally, where something great and noble arises, as it did among the
    • procedures of the vilest nature; that they did not conduct the
    • Christianizing of the modern world conception. It did not lie in his
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    • particular evolution took the course it did only when one considers
    • each member of the Order should realize that his blood did not belong
    • would speak. But the ancient Egyptians, for instance, did not speak in
    • the pure ego. The ego did not act strongly at a time in which men made
    • themselves mere instruments of heavenly activities, nor did it work
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    • conceivable that in this age in which such splendid progress has been
    • and which have only been changed since then. But these impulses did
    • what road did this wisdom with its impelling life-force actually come
    • the civilized world of that time did not yet need reason. What our
    • combined two qualities, one of which the earlier people did not
    • conditioned by this fact. What did the religious element become on its
    • these did not please the chairman, who then used the expression,
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    • for these things. What did these men do when misfortune broke over
    • external incorporation of Lucifer. Lucifer really did walk the earth
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    • clairvoyant revelations and did not understand them. Today man must
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    • speak with the concepts of Spiritual Science, but he did point out in
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    • in every step taken by the new candidate for initiation. Hence in
    • candidate went through the opposite experience: As he attained to
    • physical life and lived within him; he did not feel that this thought
    • into his physical life. Death to him did not mean that tragedy which
    • the mysteries did not penetrate into the knowledge of death. They
    • did not partake in that death through which all earthly human beings
    • Anthroposophy did not come to found sects or new religions. It came to
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    • beings in whom spirituality was so inherent that they did not assume
    • Incidentally, the earth did not even exist then. They beheld beings
    • sphere one did not assign beings like present-day men but more exalted
    • earth. But it did not live there in such a way that a human eye could
    • this world. Man belonged on the earth. The Dragon did not belong on
    • did — he sees it as a mirror of the Godhead. — but then he
    • I have within me at the present moment, I did not have within me a
    • Gemüt they did not project abstract thoughts into the
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    • Did the Christmas or Easter Festival come into being because a few
    • words as I did before to express another picture: they cannot quite
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    • soul, did believe in it. I have repeatedly told the story in our
    • way. And whither did these primordial teachers withdraw? We find them
    • propagation. These forces did not exist in their present form at the
    • surely he should not speculate about it, as did Kant and Laplace who
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    • did long ago when you really sat in front of them as a child at
    • age of forty or fifty, he plays a child's game, or jumps as he did
    • did formerly in the mere experience of memory we learn to recognize
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    • life. Why was this necessary? Why did such exalted beings as these
    • Thus he did not become eloquent like the Athenian boy,
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    • cursed it; for he felt (naturally he did not then know Spiritual
    • learnt, or did not learn. It makes no difference whether one learned
    • you did not often see, because in this pension they continually came
    • come to experience the year in the same way as we formerly did the
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    • Paracelsus wanted to learn he did not learn at the University. I
    • cannot say that Paracelsus did not attend the University, for he did,
    • University, but Paracelsus did not go there to learn the most
    • become of man if lead did not work upon him from the cosmos, from the
    • atmosphere; if in an infinitely finely divided state lead itself did
    • not penetrate through his eye with the nerve-sense ray; if lead did
    • lead did not work in him?
    • concepts of what he had perceived. If we did not take lead, as I have
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    • simply because what the chemist calls by these names today did not
    • on, all the lighter so-called metals simply did not exist in that
    • of these elements, for it did not have these several elements as
    • modern sense did not exist. Then the whole was pervaded by
    • only did they float in this fluid albumen, they also shone forth I
    • coagulated jelly or gristle thou didst will first of all that the
    • Besides these there were other animals which did not
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    • mystery. It was not two separate things which one perceived. One did
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    • candidates for Initiation, in the particular way in which instruction
    • we look into the preparation which, first of all, the candidates
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    • candidate was placed before two symbolic statues — we must not
    • But there was something more that he felt; he did not
    • he was in a condition of consciousness which he did not know in
    • to the impulses from the vast Future of the Cosmos. But now he did
    • not feel himself as he did before, dismembered into his senses as a
    • World death and World birth would not meet if man did not stand
    • between them. For if man did not stand between them — as I have
    • of the Hibernian Initiation inwardly went through — if man did
    • You see how that which gives the candidates for
    • consciousness. This then he did. And in the case of that of which I
    • experiences of the Initiation candidates of the Mysteries of
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    • was as if he did not feel himself as flesh and blood, as bones and
    • that organ of course did not exist at that time — but taste
    • did this, if he actually came into the dream-condition of which he
    • present in himself, then something else arose in him. He did not only
    • While this was present before the candidate for
    • only external history will find much that is splendid, beautiful,
    • which did not take into account illumination with the wisdom founded
    • human heads did not understand it. It went through human heads,
    • latest times revealed itself to the candidates of the great ancient
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    • transpired in physical life. Less and less did humanity in general
    • connected with the powers of the earth. A great number of candidates
    • did not carry in his being these other metals, lead, tin,
    • We may truly say that the older candidates for
    • how the human part of thee would suffer if thou didst not carry
    • within thee what thou didst experience ten or twenty years ago. Thy
    • thou didst experience twenty years ago, and canst cause this to live
    • didst experience in thy surroundings at any particular time of thy
    • Asia, and did everything possible to introduce this Aristotelian
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    • authentic way about nature, people did not understand by the word
    • me out of the flowers.” For the plants did not say the same
    • they did when the moon was in that of Virgo or Scorpio. That which
    • coarse as they are today. When he approached the metal lead it did
    • system by means of the different metals, and the pupil, who did not
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    • Asiatic races — what we today call matter simply did not exist.
    • Human consciousness did not even grasp the external coarse
    • carbon, hydrogen, sulphur, and so on. These things simply did not
    • Those were times in which man did not say abstractly:
    • initiating Celebrant was called “Father.” What did the
    • which was there written, which truly did not appeal to the intellect
    • Humanity did not descend at once with this insight on to
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    • did not have this deep tragedy written on their countenances were
    • as little did it occur to a human being in that ancient time to
    • true Alchemy did not then depend as it does today on a man's
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    • How then did he understand this? After he had undergone
    • physical vision to the moon forms. At certain definite times he did
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    • of the human being that did not originate, as is the case
    • foolish as many people believe nowadays, they did lack what we
    • us appears nebulous; in what he called phlegm he did not see
    • as the ancients saw them; moreover, if a person did see things
    • as you did regarding the conceptual life. When you say to
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    • did then they would fly around having merely a mouth, an
    • organization that is bound up with it. If nitrogen did not play
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    • a splendid knowledge of how to guide his chisel and how to mold
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    • Literatur I wrote an article at Buechner's death that did not damn him but
    • have sketched here. Imagine that the first extreme did not reach the point
    • exceptional extent with medical questions. How did this come about?
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    • spiritualists among the proletariat, they did not grow out of their
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    • conceptions of the human being that did not originate, as is the case
    • by no means so childish as many people imagine nowadays, they did
    • To Galen, it was a reality; in what he called phlegm he did not see
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    • human organisation could not exist if it did not provide its own
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    • sculptor. He may have a splendid knowledge of how to guide his chisel
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    • in which he can joyfully share, as did the work at his old
    • economic life and familiarized themselves with it, did not understand
    • splendid a world-conception such as this may be in the contemplation
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    • certainly did not agree with their own thoughts or with all that had
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    • educated, I knew quite well that what I said did not at all make the
    • same impression on these minds as did the things that I had told them
    • didactics to the teaching-staff of this new kind of school in such a
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    • international intercourse has led us during the last five years? Did
    • whenever anybody did science the injury of misusing it in the service
    • away into national channels. Why did this happen? Just because from
    • people, and how splendid it was to proclaim democracy to the world at
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    • very recent creation. It did not arise until the time when the
    • mentioned, we did not yet stand face to face with the monetary
    • meant to do. They did not understand it, however often they declared
    • that they did.
    • did then. Today another language is necessary: and that is what I want
    • Now from this you will see that men did not even possess the necessary
    • of money in those days. What did the value depend on in this case?
    • who did believe that there must be a new beginning, very soon fell
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    • view. Such a man as Adam Smith certainly did not think in a stupid or
    • as the one who chops wood. To consider Labour as Marx did, when he
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    • accordingly. But it was left altogether unnoticed; consequently I did
    • such as we have today did not exist at all. In oriental antiquity
    • labour, or of the social circulation of labour-values did not arise.
    • said about the way a man should work!” Only now did Labour
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    • domestic economy. I did not mean that the tailor has not a perfect
    • man who built the cart did at least stamp his own Spirit upon the
    • yesterday. I did not introduce to you a tailor and a tradesman from
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    • historically. In actual fact, too much Capital did arise, and the only
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    • Logic which we did at college. Caius's job is proving the mortality of
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    • thing. We should not take the slightest interest in money if it did
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    • sometimes did for decades at a time — why, to apply to such
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    • — the doctor did; there can be no doubt about it.
    • Yet here again we come to another point. For you may ask: Did the
    • doctor also get paid for them? No, in reality he did not; for you can
    • What did the boots the doctor manufactured amount to? And now if you
    • economic sense if we did not strike the balance in this way, setting
    • withdrew, but France did not withhold her Capital from those who stood
    • who decidedly did not want the War. This fact of history may
    • did not go quite so easily by purely military means; even there —
    • States themselves did very much in this direction, by way of wise
    • great economic progress. This she did by means of trade; and
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    • Originally, lending did not arise from the profit one derives from it,
    • Indeed he would come off very badly if he did not satisfy his own
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    • actually did last. From their knowledge of economic relationships,
    • therefore, Economic Science did not embrace the reality; the reality
    • came did the spiritual life begin to grow more and more unfree; and it
    • of national economy. But it was masked and hidden; it did not come
    • rich country having a gold currency, any country which did not possess
    • “wholes” did not take place with the object of making
    • as in fact it did last were thinking in terms of national economies,
    • rather vague about it if I merely describe empirically, as I did just
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    • used. Think what would happen if we did not tame our animals, but used
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    • single man — the fact that he kept his own counsel about it, did
    • not draw the attention of others to it; nor did they hit on the idea
    • using one's wits creates values, just as it did with the collector of
    • someone who did nothing but save himself Labour by means of his
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    • and all-embracing Spirit. He did not at first see the physical Sun at
    • they did. It is, however, also necessary that we should not be blind
    • to the fact that because Rome did not know how to value and guard
    • is a mistake to think that the old initiates did not speak of the
    • Early Church Fathers did not hesitate to speak of the heathen as
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • but they did not speak of the secrets of death; for in the divine
    • death on the Earth. For He did not merely become incorporated,
    • still not have been able to speak of the Mysteries of which He did
    • Rome. What the Roman world did was to throw a cloak of externality
    • he would not have spoken as he did of the need for a new revelation,
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    • each other, you once again were in a sense the mediator. So did you
    • idea did not prevail that Christ Jesus was, first and foremost, the
    • Therefore they pondered on the question: How did He descend from
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    • would go hard with human beings as they are in the present age, did
    • candidate descends to the underworld. Whenever you read of some Greek
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    • weaker; and that meant also that during sleep he did not sail so
    • days into our physical and etheric bodies than men did in olden
    • body. They did not do so. They might be said to ‘carry’
    • say as they did, when they were going through a door: I carry my
    • I did not acquit myself well while descending into the world of
    • did the physician of the ancient Mysteries give this advice? Because
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    • through all the deeds we did on Earth from birth till death. We have
    • as fast as we did on Earth. We live them through again in backward
    • that you did with your organs of speech, rightly or wrongly, while
    • sphere is the abiding record of all that you, man, did. You may not
    • that I did in former lives I see that I have gravely hurt some other
    • soul to whom we once did grievous harm; he on the other hand will be
    • goal if this did not take place; mankind would never grow into a
    • then shall we understand it? Did He not after all come down to Earth?
    • kingdom is of this world? No, He did not say that, for He
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    • and all-embracing Spirit. He did not at first see the physical Sun at
    • they did. It is, however, also necessary that we should not be blind
    • to the fact that because Rome did not know how to value and guard
    • is a mistake to think that the old initiates did not speak of the
    • Early Church Fathers did not hesitate to speak of the heathen as
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • but they did not speak of the secrets of death; for in the divine
    • death on the Earth. For He did not merely become incorporated,
    • still not have been able to speak of the Mysteries of which He did
    • Rome. What the Roman world did was to throw a cloak of externality
    • he would not have spoken as he did of the need for a new revelation,
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    • idea did not prevail that Christ Jesus was, first and foremost, the
    • Therefore they pondered on the question: How did He descend from
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    • candidate descends to the underworld. Whenever you read of some Greek
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    • weaker; and that meant also that during sleep he did not sail so
    • days into our physical and etheric bodies than men did in olden
    • body. They did not do so. They might be said to ‘carry’
    • say as they did, when they were going through a door: I carry my
    • I did not acquit myself well while descending into the world of
    • did the physician of the ancient Mysteries give this advice? Because
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    • it in sleep. I told you, did I not, that our moral and religious
    • through all the deeds we did on Earth from birth till death. We have
    • as fast as we did on Earth. We live them through again in backward
    • that you did with your organs of speech, rightly or wrongly, while
    • sphere is the abiding record of all that you, man, did. You may not
    • that I did in former lives I see that I have gravely hurt some other
    • soul to whom we once did grievous harm; he on the other hand will be
    • goal if this did not take place; mankind would never grow into a
    • then shall we understand it? Did He not after all come down to Earth?
    • kingdom is of this world? No, He did not say that, for He
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    • the people. Man did not yet perceive himself as an individual I, as
    • sleep, consciousness did not become totally darkened as it does
    • spiritual world had already evaporated, and, if human beings did not
    • Age, when human beings who comprehended their time and did not live
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    • the most part, continents that exist today did not yet exist, but
    • modern humanity lives and works did not always exist. If we ask
    • state of being enraptured, and in this state he did not even know
    • the atmosphere of the earth. Only after the event of Golgotha did
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    • darkness. The gods did not place man on the earth for no purpose. It
    • on these facts contrasts sharply with that of Kant, who did not know
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    • as moonlight is reflected sunlight, so did the Christ being reflect
    • did Paul know? Paul knew, through his ancient Hebraic esoteric
    • once did He appear in the flesh, for only once were human faculties
    • Christianity but that humanity would not advance if it did not find
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    • During Kali Yuga, however, something did occasionally
    • it did not come from the good powers but was ordinarily of demoniacal
    • promised moment had actually come. The one who did this most
    • world into the physical, sensible world in the same way as Saul did
    • did at that time in Jesus; nothing would be achieved by it now. It
    • At that time such a deceptive belief did not do so much
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    • strictly esoteric. Why did they treat it in this way? To enlarge on
    • would give this group power over others who did not possess such
    • the devil of materialism did not exist. He will thrive increasingly.
    • people did not say this but rather said that in the seances spirits
    • initiates; that was exactly what they did not want, because it was
    • the belief that America did not exist. Only after the fifth
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    • they did not believe that a single man could load much more than
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    • as man did, contains the human being but also, within the human
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    • epoch. They did not carry much weight formerly, but we do not need to
    • thing did occur. You do not usually consider with ordinary
    • about it, that everything he did, he did under the influence of his
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    • they did not as yet take account. That came much later. It would,
    • did men form of the element of consciousness of the Cherubim.
    • by Beings of the First Hierarchy did verily once take place in the
    • did these cosmically younger Beings work? Whereas the Cherubim,
    • Goethe did, and attacks with might and main. For Goethe never
    • physicists. But things were different in Goethe's time. He did
    • Hierarchies have held it only as a possession they did not themselves
    • You will say: Then did
    • entry of the nineteenth century did this knowledge become entirely
    • hidden. Only then did men come to acquire a conception of the world
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    • the candidates found their way that changed. I have already indicated
    • who did not gather around them a circle of official pupils in one
    • Therefore did the Gods give them the Revelation which is ordinarily
    • the pupil forth, but this time on a different path. He did not now
    • of the soul, nor did the whole experience attain to such a degree of
    • intuitive feeling. He did however get so far as to follow the inner
    • express certain secrets of the World-All, of the Cosmos. Thus did
    • Thus did these wise men —
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    • And again, the four would have nothing to translate, if the three did
    • did indeed learn to know through their striving the true worth of
    • people anxious. If in those times one did not approach the sources of
    • could not put them into thought at all; for these simple sages did
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    • clouded, but better contemporaries of his did really hold the view
    • Goethe himself did not understand this. Recall, my dear friends, how
    • was writing Faust, most assuredly did not fully know. But if we go
    • wanted to conjure up a spirit. But whom did he want to conjure up in
    • the Earth Spirit? He did not ever speak of the Earth Spirit, he spoke
    • have overthrown the old World-System (so did the teacher speak) and
    • they did it of their own free will without giving it a thought.
    • only able to arise because man did not become on Earth that which he
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    • By this means did the
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    • than he ever did before. This new relation to the spiritual world
    • there did exist an individuality whom we may describe by the name of
    • doing so. True, in the old instinctive clairvoyance man did behold
    • draw anything forth from himself as did the old Initiates. The soul
    • no longer gives anything forth in the way it did for the old
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human being's organism. Man
    • then, one did not hold fast to the one sign but got free of it. Then
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    • third of the 15th century than he ever did before. This new relation
    • occasions, there did exist an individuality whom we may describe by
    • doing so. True, in the old instinctive clairvoyance man did behold
    • longer draw anything forth from himself as the old Initiates did. The
    • soul no longer gives anything forth in the way it did for the old
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human organism. Man only
    • learn at the same time another sign: O. For then one did not hold
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    • colouring which he then showed in his life in the sense world did not
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    • gives its character to our age, so did he give its character to the
    • Michael did not fight this Dragon in the ages that are past, for then
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    • remind us, and once did remind people in the most living manner, that
    • force which did not descend in former centuries. Thus we can face the
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    • so simple. The soul would certainly come to grief if she did not
    • have melted him. One day, however, he did go outside, for he
    • high that it never comes back!” Sure enough, the lark did not
    • understand that although the age of reason did its best for a hundred
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    • upon a time it happened — where did it happen? where indeed did
    • he asked: “Now how did you do it?” And the apprentice
    • and shot the arrow so high into the air that it did not come down for
    • shot, unobserved by them he let loose the lark, which flew up and did
    • did not know it then, and if they have not found it out since, they
    • pearls. So he went around with the branch of rosemary, but it did not
    • we are transported back and see our surroundings as we did in ancient
    • times, just as when we did not know how to use our intellectual and
    • everyone on earth did at that time, of physical body, etheric body,
    • happened in the spiritual world did not perish, if it is not dead, it
    • hermit did for the king. He is led thereby to the forces that make
    • fire had gone out. Now he did not want to catch the others by
    • outside, the king's son quickly cut off his head. He did the same
    • he set out to find his wife. But he did not know the way to the White
    • did not know where it was, but his animals might know. The animals
    • his animals did. The animals were therefore called in, but none of
    • will be doing me a great kindness!” He did so, and while he was
    • great trouble.” The king's son did this, and the fox also gave
    • if what happened did not fade away, they must still be alive
    • literature, and thus did the brothers Grimm collect their fairy
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    • candidate for Initiation broke forth into songs of mourning, songs of
    • death. The candidate was treated like one who is about to die. He was
    • candidates for Initiation was comparable to the sacred cults or
    • were enacted in the candidate's own person during the Initiation
    • place. What had been undergone at a certain level by the candidate for
    • Mysteries. He sees how the candidate for Initiation was led, in his
    • to this, that the body did not die, but the soul died, in order to be
    • What the soul of every candidate for Initiation underwent, Christ
    • dwelling in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Hence what the candidate
    • candidate for Initiation could not carry the body into those deep
    • too, the candidate for Initiation could not rise so high in
    • with the candidates for Initiation in the ancient Mysteries in order
    • For how did it really appear to the human beings in the centuries
    • Christ. And how did the evolution of mankind go forward in the
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    • are related to himself. If we did not hold our body together by forces
    • from beyond the Earth — if our body did not receive its form
    • later than he did. Now if the two had not seen one another for some
    • considered abnormal, pathological, if a man did not experience this
    • melt away Necessity, did not come near to us.
    • candidate could attain true Knowledge or initiation, the first
    • it was the very first requirement. The candidate must in all truth,
    • the Geometry, the Mensuration of that time, and so forth. For what did
    • candidate: “Thou enterest the human Temple Grove”. He
    • chamber. In the second chamber the candidate learned to know the life
    • and Willing, the candidates were learning to know what holds good on
    • the important thing for the candidate for Initiation in the second
    • which worked upon the candidate somewhat as follows. — When a man
    • explained to the candidate for Initiation in ancient times —
    • now at any rate be able to draw near to what the candidate for
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    • experienced. Men did not merely know these things; they inwardly
    • in which Mercury guides the movements of the human being. Nor did he
    • At the time of spiritual observations in such Mysteries man did indeed
    • And what did he see? This in the main — all the other things he
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    • grasp them, as I already said, as intimately as possible. How did the
    • Never did human hearts and minds partake so intimately in this descent
    • stage, the investment of man with his etheric body, never did they
    • did in Ephesus.
    • sense. Only at his descent to Earth did he become man and woman. But
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    • evolution did not reach the height that would have been possible for
    • them; they did not reach it, but for all that they rank higher than
    • during the Atlantean and Post-Atlantean epochs did not yet exist. In
    • imagine that the men of Lemurian and Atlantean times did not resemble
    • not go into that now. — Men did not resemble apes, but if you
    • they liked. If a man did not obey the canon but created something out
    • did not know much about anything that differed from the Christianity
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    • the beginning of the 19th century who believed, as did Fichte,
    • animals were capable of metamorphosis — nor did they transmit
    • and you will find yourselves asking: How did Homer
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    • were, if I may use the expression, elementary-cosmic. Man did not need
    • time did not express themselves as we do, because human speech did not
    • language, and I shall put it thus: In ancient India man did not speak
    • In experiencing himself as an ego, man did not feel that he belonged
    • sure, man was no longer able to look up to the cosmos as he did during
    • belonging to a folk, did not exist during the ancient Indian epoch.
    • ego, nor the course of the year in his astral nature, he did experience
    • between a watch and the hand that seizes it. He did not speculate about
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    • if in art one wishes to create, as the Greeks did, an idealized human
    • if they did? They would have to demand that people imitate nature; nothing
    • People did not always think like that; certainly not in those ages when
    • sound paradoxical. In ancient times people did not express themselves
    • his physical body from his environment did not befit him as a human
    • garment, and the Virgin Mary hers. He did this because he still experienced
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    • which did not harmonize with what they had experienced during their
    • with the advent of the fifth post-Atlantean period did linear perspective
    • with the spiritual fell into oblivion, did the divine action depicted
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    • prove my conviction that the gods live. He did not feel thus. On the
    • But what happened then? He did not dare to give them their final form.
    • he, the Weimar-Frankfurt Goethe, did riot dare to finish these dramas.
    • he did not wish to finish. It was Schiller who persuaded him to do so.
    • looked about; he did not gather his life experiences in a narrowly circumscribed
    • did not rest until, in Italy, he had acquired an understanding of the
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    • examine the times when human beings did not look to the earth, but out
    • ancient times man — unlike the free man of a later age — did
    • but in planetary space. He did not say: In the human organism millions
    • the moving planets. Only with his will did he feel himself on earth.
    • time human beings did not intend to express through speech what they
    • to state the reverse, namely, that the worthy scientists did not understand
    • for continued world creation. For the gods did not create man in vain;
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    • I did not write a commentary, I let the living
    • one begins to understand why the Greeks with their splendid artistry
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    • from him. They did not go a second time, but coined an ironical derogatory
    • and we did not want to add Frau Dr. Steiner's.
    • Odysseus and Ajax. Ancient epic poets did not care to express the opinions
    • Peleus”: thus did Homer begin the
    • man no longer looked up to the gods, he did not dare to say: Sing, oh
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    • year he became a splendid Eurythmist and developed a great
    • on; but he did not like this method, and this dry pedantic teacher of
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    • notes in reply. Now Dr. Stein did not scold them for writing notes
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    • did not yet know why she felt such great fear. Then a dog ran by, not
    • And the violet folded her little petals together and did not want to
    • expecting the first blow to come. But it did not come. In the morning
    • wonderful stories, but he did not make such an impression upon the
    • little child will probably ask: “But why did the dog give such
    • did. After telling the above story you can go on talking to the
    • also got up and began to sing, a third did some Eurythmy, a fourth
    • let us consider the following question: Why did I choose a story with
    • his thirty-fifth or thirty-sixth year and the exercises he did as a
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    • Mary is an honest little girl, and she really didn't eat a single
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    • these treatises did not, as a rule, themselves fully comprehend what
    • Whether we use the term Archaeus, as Paracelsus did, or our term, the
    • physical. But he did not investigate further — though he gave some
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    • medical man is “a candidate for Nature's examination,” he must study
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    • lower interior surface of the cranium, for if it did, all the delicate
    • those powers away for your own use. For indeed, if you did not do this
    • cerebral and intestinal formation; if the great gut and the caecum did
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    • made nonsense. He did not realise that the terminology of archaic
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    • of all the periphery. The wood-strawberry is indeed a splendid multum
    • of remedial treatment, if we did not cook our foodstuffs. And so to
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    • Dementia Præcox. And a sound objective education is a splendid
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    • “antipathy”. He did not reckon the will among the powers
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    • does, would starve if they did not possess the habit of
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    • moral sphere, it is mainly didactic methods that will be needed for
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    • describing a circle, as I did before, I will let the circle break and
    • carry one single impression for hours on end; if it did, it would
    • we did before. When we observe that the same sentence, the same
    • legs did not want to receive it. If we find this — that the
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    • conversation — as much as ever you can. This boy did not at
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    • itself become decadent, owing to the fact that the mother did not
    • should they be so? The organs are stunted because the child did not
    • you as you did today, you can see at once the first thing that needs
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    • particularly well during the pregnancy. In this time she did a great
    • child started breathing with the lungs did abnormality begin. The
    • configuration. For this, you know, can happen; as it did with Goethe,
    • increase. It began of course earlier than this. The mother did not
    • head measured 19 inches. The child was quiet, and did not cry much;
    • necessary to ask her: “Did you not have a rather special
    • question as follows: “Were you not sorry that the child did not
    • persons, and it might be this one or that one, one simply did not
    • know. What one did know was that a spiritualist would have had here a
    • obedient little gentleman, he brought them to her. What did she do,
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    • before me a man whom I actually did have before me when I was a boy
    • little boy was that he was unbelievably clever. I did so enjoy
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    • late; you did not, I think, have him with you until he was in his
    • not even made a beginning with school for him. Frau F. did once begin
    • and he did not get on at all, he seemed unable to make any progress.
    • prescribed; and if that did not help, nicotiana injections were to be
    • did you do then? Please tell me, honestly and sincerely: What did you
    • esoterically honest and tell me the truth, you three: what did you
    • was — even if he did get ill from it! He made his Zarathustra
    • Uranus stand? Did you not find any special constellations? (Dr.
    • in the antecedents. And did you not tell me that there had been other
    • notes of the conversation were made at the time: “Did you not
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    • elementary stage. I myself was amazed and perplexed. Did it never
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    • man did not as yet exist in his present form, but was, in
    • kingdom. The senses of man, as we know them, did not exist.
    • penetrated by the Ego organisation, they did not come into
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    • senses of man, as we know them, did not exist. They only arose
    • did not come into being until the Earth was formed. The human
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    • They were so organised that those who were set apart as teachers did
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    • the home where I did not find the kind of hearing that I should
    • interests (though these interests didn't come to expression in
    • in those days, nobody might elect or be elected, who did not
    • Then came the World-Catastrophe. And what did it show? It
    • means of production, didn1t lead to what was
    • profit, according to the most sordid competition, the blindest
    • often did Bismarck lay it down as a maxim that, ‘This Empire is
    • railway; for that if they did, it would be injurious to the
    • believed ... that these Fourteen Points didn't represent a
    • didn't say: We appeal to the very real selfish interests which
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • clairvoyant. When they fell asleep at night, they did not
    • were not scholars and did not rank so highly in terms of
    • their power of judgment as did many of their contemporaries,
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    • spiritual realms who did not need to descend into corporeal
    • thirty years of age. This Being, who did not come into
    • body did not consist entirely of the copy of Jesus'
    • of the Christ figure remain the same. This poet did not have
    • richness and range of his feelings and for all that he did.
    • bodies, and this enabled him to accomplish what he did. Many
    • What tasks did the scholastics set for themselves? They set out
    • physical mediation did not exist and which could no longer be
    • knew what the Lord's Supper was, they did not discuss
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    • unknown to the Atlanteans, they did possess primitive
    • Unlike ordinary human beings, this higher being did not
    • Now, how did
    • authority of the Catholic Church did not compel me to do
    • so.” Why, then, did he believe? Because it was his
    • present! Paul did not allow himself to become a believer
    • into the earth with his own eyes did he change from Saul to
    • Francis of Assisi, and if you did, you should consider that
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    • they did possess a primitive clairvoyance and a tremendous
    • influence of these beings did that independence come about so
    • Zarathustra did people begin to place value on the physical
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    • place at a relatively mature age. In addition, Paul did not
    • initiates of the pre-Christian era. After all, Christ did
    • his childhood years, he did not experience doubt or lack of
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    • it did not yet have the consciousness of self, the strong
    • in a great many copies. They did not perish in the world
    • naming itself after the splendid bearer of Christ.
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    • we can compare it with a dark room containing many splendid
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    • did He bring heavenly forces into the earthly body, but also
    • suffering; to be united with what one did not love also
    • How did these
    • did not have to comprehend with the help of historical
    • as Paul did when he saw the Christ-Apparition in the blazing
    • this symbol who did not know how to elevate himself or
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    • wooden box similar to a casket. This means that Osiris did
    • old gods. Thus did the human being in ancient India find his
    • were evil spiritual beings that did not belong to the ranks
    • Since the individual in ancient India did not want to connect
    • In the Roman world it did not appeal much to those who were
    • way to Omega — as did Zarathustra.
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    • guided in ancient times, and where did the forces that
    • capacities, too, developed out of the cosmos, as did our
    • on, who did not need the forces that had left with the moon
    • all that much — did not choose the main representatives
    • humans the love for the great Sun Spirit, and he did this in
    • did he want to make to him? His body, senses, life, and
    • Paul, who did more than anyone else for the dissemination of
    • their own resources, and only in his etheric body did his
    • and love are candidates for these copies of the ego of Jesus
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    • Europe, if they did not belong to our modern civilization, were less
    • upon her from their mountain height. How then did the Earth appear to
    • thinking was more dreamlike, and they did not live within such sharply
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    • beings in wind, frost and hail, storm and thunder. Men did not feel
    • thrust into a world of which, in their essential being, they did not
    • In the times I spoke of yesterday, people did not talk of
    • pictures in their own being, they did not therefore feel their
    • and thrust into a world to which in their essential being they did not
    • their thinking about life only if they feel once more as men did when
    • capable of speaking as they did; they clothed all they said in
    • man's whole mood. Then a light appeared which did penetrate the
    • An important point for the candidate for Initiation was that he should
    • The technique of the old Initiation made it possible for the candidate
    • mirrored, and then he will see as Boehme did — in the same way it
    • Actually Swedenborg did not become a fool, but, at a particular
    • — though he did not actually see what he imagined he had, for the
    • Nature-spirits. Swedenborg did not see mirror-pictures, but etheric
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    • pictures, did not then exist in the same form, and that in its place
    • that he wrote a lot of nonsense which did not at all agree with what
    • be speaking to him did not agree with it! He knew that was impossible
    • he did not know what to make of it all. A friend advised him to give
    • shooting. So he did, and he went out after magpies; but even there he
    • more about them than the uncle did about logarithms when he took them
    • which did not exist in earlier times and of which only the first
    • Earth did not exist in those past ages that are worked out by the
    • the audience grew longer and longer. Schelling did in fact speak in a
  • Title: Lecture IV: The Sun-Initiation of the Druid Priest and His Moon-Science
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    • this primordial wisdom did not, of course, consist of concepts which,
    • did nevertheless live in man; it proceeded from the Beings who
    • of myths and sagas in picture form, who did not assume forms
    • sagas in picture form, who did not assume forms perceptible to the
    • Inspiration, and so on. But there did remain, at all event within
    • age, although of course they did not exist then.) What was it that
    • soil. In those ages men did not look at a book in order to get
    • forces, however, did not wholly withdraw; they left something behind
    • reveal to him, the Druid priest did not receive the mere abstract
    • This they did. They studied what takes place in the thawing earth, in
    • only a transformation. They did not feel death as any deeper incision
    • plants into medicaments. He knew that in so doing he did something for
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    • being, in the strength to break the opposition of these forces, did he
    • Only when He passed through the Resurrection did He appear again to
    • how that from which thou also didst arise, how that super-earthly
    • Wherein then did the spiritual strength of man consist, making him
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    • the ancient times of which we are speaking did not have a full
    • of. Thus the people of that period did not perceive what existed in
    • did not extend to the comprehension of the mineral world. So the
    • the Mysteries. For everything the people did in performing their
    • But these people of olden times did feel how different the air and
    • intellectualistic age, but it did exist for the people of ancient
    • terms what the people did from our September/October to our Christmas
    • to perceive as far as the skin itself (red in drawing); he did
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    • of a certain relationship to their ego, an ego which they did not yet
    • its high point at St. John's, did the essential being of their own ego
    • the world. Men did not expect great secrets of Nature to be revealed
    • of, but man did not direct his attention primarily to them. Rather, he
    • other forces that are in the Earth. In these ancient times people did
    • draw back from Earth's darkness.” But this they did not say.
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    • Let us be quite candid about the trend of evolution. During the course
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    • did not have in his ordinary Ego-consciousness. For it is when he, is
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture I: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • who didst fold the outcast daughter of the mighty king in your
    • from whom thou didst demand his daughter’s
    • And still I hope in thee, who didst
    • The mighty man, whom thou didst sore
    • And save her, as thou once from death didst
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    • did not come from himself.
    • his Messiah, he did indeed look at the beginning of the
    • look'd at me as she did love,
    • lesse, what hee did love to see?
    • Did nurse it: who
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    • Did not
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    • is natural that the modern German language did not quite achieve
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    • who didst waken from his summer dreams
    • seems so much more splendid. And behold! he ventures to lift the
    • appearing more splendid than he had once known. He comes to
    • become through this experience of eternity much more splendid than
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    • be favoured with such a mixed bag of poetry if we did not live in
    • There did they bathe and anointing
    • alliteration, these Wotan-waves must sound forth as they did when
    • he himself recited them. This he actually did; those who were still
    • did shadow so shimmer with midges
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    • Hellas, he did not say
    • undertaking a journey to Italy, which he did in the
    • Above the lowly dales did clime:
    • Such did the Manna’s sacred Dew
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    • as Goethe constantly did, even if he did not overtly say so. Thus
    • When thou didst rise,
    • Did at mid-night speak with the
    • What hallow’d solitary ground did
    • Within whose sacred leafs did
    • But his own living works did my Lord
    • Where trees and Kerbs did watch
    • And wonder, while the Jews did
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    • When the first seedes whereof the world did
    • The Fire, Ayre, Earth and Water did
    • This wondrous myracle did Love devise,
    • They erre that say they did concur by chaunce,
    • many a hill did Lucy climb:
    • lt did not come anear;
    • And the coming wind did roar more
    • And the sails did sigh like sedge;
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    • peoples. They did not at first return to the primaeval state of
    • sensitivities in the direction of the syllable; they did not return
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the cross did not affect
    • everyone as it did Saul, who later became Paul, and as Saul had
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    • generally known. How did he come to this idea?
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    • who, as man, did not surpass other men. This personality had
    • many consider a great philosopher, did not get beyond this concept of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • men in whom the Logos lived. They did not possess the Logos
    • a small scale within the Mysteries to the candidates for Initiation
    • did not understand it, because of its difficulty, and so wrote down
    • that he did not understand this Gospel! Yet he translated it. Thus
    • man who did not understand it, but who became so accustomed to this
    • days of Christianity, did those who held specially to the Gospel of
    • the Ebionites, did not impart them because, if received by unripe
    • Apollonius, as though everything he did, everything he accomplished,
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    • casting it aside, just as little did the adherent of Buddhism value
    • body-sheaths go through new experiences, as did the body-sheaths
    • image of God!’ This was because he did not value the external
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    • lives a life such as his, and does what he did, and then says, as he
    • did, ‘Children, love one another!’ there are no grounds
    • testified of God that he raised Christ, whom he did not raise if it
    • lying there, but he did not go in. Then Simon Peter came, following
    • for as yet they did not know the scripture, that he must rise from
    • standing, but she did not know that it was Jesus.
    • meaning if it did not refer to a fact. Attention was drawn on a
    • former occasion to one detail, that Mary did not recognise Christ
    • attention. There must be a meaning in the words, ‘For they did
    • and Moon periods, he was still visible only to a clairvoyant. How did
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    • physical body in so radical a fashion as did Gautama Buddha. For such
    • outermost limits of the physical body; they did not touch the forces
    • of course existent at that time. He did not enter into the course of
    • descended into a body of flesh, and how did death come about in the
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    • body which did not wait until later years to work on these faculties,
    • that had not been influenced by the Lucifer-Ahrimanic forces. He did
    • But it did not remain untouched. For the Luciferic influence brought
    • earlier Phantom when it was permeated by earthly elements, did not
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    • his primal connection with the Gods, what did he find when he looked
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    • on the physical plane, as did the Event of Golgotha, but in the
    • come did not exist. It will express itself somewhat as follows: ‘I
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    • progressive Spirits. We will ask ourselves now: What did the Luciferic
    • view. Of what domain did the Luciferic Spirits lay hold during the
    • That this did not happen was due to something which had, in a certain
    • to passion and desire in the world of sense. Where did these Luciferic
    • body. Why, then, was it that man did not fall away entirely at that
    • whole? Why was it that in his interests and desires he did not succumb
    • soon as he actually did. His passion and craving for the world of
    • epoch onwards. To what did these Ahrimanic Spirits entice him? They
    • How did those spiritual Beings who desire to further man's progress
    • to speak more precisely — did these Luciferic Beings entrench
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    • It did not happen so, because Lucifer had approached man and made part
    • splendid in their astral raiment as those of the opposing world of
    • ancient Indians, did not by nature yearn perpetually for the spiritual
    • circumstances did not make this possible. In such cases the only thing
    • were neither astonished by nor did you see what happened outside by
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - I
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    • memory. In the first sub-race (Indian), man did indeed think, but his
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    • mean anything. Those who did not participate in the Mysteries were not
    • among men. He did not command what is to be done; He did not merely
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • way did the Greek seek to raise the human being to a certain stage of
    • then did there come an important break in evolution: the transition
    • because we did not consider the free light of the sun good enough for
    • bodily nature of man? He was justified because his philosophy did not
    • only ridicule for the barbarian who did not understand how the body
    • and breathing — and indeed did not express itself in most
    • freedom. He did not cram their brains or try to make them into
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    • What did
    • How did
    • Ages did not exist in very ancient civilizations, nor even in the
    • did the Greeks, even the highest type of Greek, even Plato and
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    • sole of his foot on the earth otherwise than he did before. This,
    • through the human organism from below upwards, a force which did not
    • downward-flowing forces so strongly as it did in the child up to the
    • Waldorf School method did not take its start from this principle but
    • so. The Greeks educated by instinct; they did not talk very much
    • shoulders). The word did not only live in the organs of speech but in
    • in my breath so that I make a corresponding movement, so did the
    • but only in the idol of the ‘word,’ as did Bacon. From
    • ought to be. Their programmes are just as splendid as those of modern
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    • God in creating the world did not say: Matter is evil and man must
    • literally burn up our bodies if sleep did not perpetually reduce
    • God Himself. The growing human being is indeed His most splendid
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    • inner life and soul, just as we did in the case of arithmetic and geometry,
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    • splendid opportunities for applying these three golden rules if we
    • of work at the Waldorf School is achieving really splendid results. A
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    • exercise restraint in his way of looking at things. He did not
    • life. In this decade, before 1800, Goethe did indeed experience
    • you, I should not have it done.” I did all I could to
    • dissuade him. I did not at that time see the whole situation as
    • operation. Well, he did not follow my advice and the operation
    • not able to come to a spiritual life, he died when he did. It
    • something unfinished, he did so because he was too easy-going
    • even when he spoke did so in such a way that the words came
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    • belonging to Herr von Osten. This horse did quite nice little
    • that a horse sees more than a professor! But this did not
    • express. They did not have letters such as we use, but pictures
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    • gymnastics. I would not go as far as a famous physiologist did,
    • that primitive people did the same. The idea is prevalent that
    • the same size shoes as he did when he was 8 years old, so at a
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    • not to attempt studying at a higher level. He did not, however,
    • Latin; on the other hand he did not pass muster for the
    • of the skull he stopped suddenly, became red and did not trust
    • these children and he did so in an intellectualistic way. He
    • were writing letters and passing them round. Now what did he do
    • kind of a person one is, that is the point. If a candidate in
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    • who did not know his father, in spite of having read a
    • up, as though from wonderful spiritual depths, what I did not
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    • spurts up and bespatters his exercise book. The doctor did his
    • the one who introduced the potato into Europe. He didn't do so,
    • retained, it did not sink in deeply. The history of the
    • office closed at 8 o'clock. I did not detain him, but
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    • they did formerly; today they pile up, tomorrow they are again
    • forward for the first time in 1908 in Nuremberg, but people did
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    • seeking her life's career. And soon after — it did not
    • educational direction but it did not amount to very much.
    • the final year of this class. Nevertheless we did this. I had a
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • head in the word “Kopf.” The Roman did not express
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    • given by Goethe in the didactic part of his “Theory of
    • didactic part of Goethe's Farbenlehre?
    • Eurhythmists, the children came up and said: “Did you
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    • beautiful than what we did down here, where we have green next
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    • you remember what you did when the sun rose in the
    • what he did. If he does not, if nobody remembers, you must
    • he did: how he must have stood, what he must have said if the
    • means. But then people did not want to write so complicatedly;
    • be made for all the inns which did not depend entirely on
    • That is, in the very school itself the State did not merely
    • exercise a right of supervision, it did not merely control
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • these pedagogical-didactic reflections a chapter which will
    • not merely consist, as it did formerly, in the teacher's
    • people did not. The detachment from life can remain to some
    • desirable; it is unbecoming in our age. The Greek did not
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • fifteen-year-old youngster or a fifteen-year-old lassie did not
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    • was something which he did not understand. It is more
    • where he did not understand something, where he has not
    • did in romping about. But you must take care, too, to think out
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    • point of view of abstract didactic method, but because they are
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    • did not say “Die Sonne” but “Die
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    • examples given in modern books on didactics are ignored. These
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • Why did they want to reach a certain destination? The asking of
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    • did not do it in a measure with the very force which has remained in
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    • significance for the development of the earth; for if the earth did
    • quite unfruitful for the earth if man did not absorb them and pass
    • further expected — viewing things as he did from the confines of
    • earth — it is held — if he did not experience in his soul a
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • do, or did, was good; or you can have some other idea; but that is not
    • to ourselves; what you did then you could do much better. But what is
    • What did she really want to do? She wanted to return to her host's
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • activity, if you did not permeate the action which springs forth from
    • physiological-didactic part of it, you will see that it is because
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    • it by the physiologists and psychologists. For if it did this, if for
    • five minutes only the nerves did what the physiologists and
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    • one night you did not sleep well. I am supposing that your lack of
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    • act and it belongs to the whole of life. We did not begin living when
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    • within him it would be a splendid opportunity for him not to let it
    • gives up oxygen. It would be bad if it did not do this; for then
    • substances from taking on their own crystal forms in you. If you did
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • The pedagogy and didactic of the Waldorf School in Stuttgart was
    • what may be called a spiritual physiological pedagogy and didactics.
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • There was a time however, in ages past when men did heed it and they
    • conscious. Thus he did not breathe unconsciously in the usual way, he
    • only did He breathe the breath in “in the Beginning” but
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    • You were only nine or ten years old, may-be, at the time, and you did
    • It seems to me a good fate that not before 1919 did it fall to me to
    • did I venture to
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    • in education. Hence there must be no pedagogy and didactics of a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • really mean it — one can think out the most splendid things in
    • human history. For originally people did not count by putting one pea
    • totality one sought for the parts. One did not think of numbers as
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • not need to cogitate and have recourse to some didactic rule or other,
    • great scene. But what did our Waldorf School teacher do? He went along
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    • girls did their work together. This is a boy's work; it was done in
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    • I did not do what perhaps would have been done in past times if
    • a thing people did naively, by instinct, and they knew what they were
    • and it may well be asked: did the men of earlier ages then possess a
    • wisdom behind the fact that formerly men did not speak simply of
    • definite and separate pedagogy and didactic, but cultivate a
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    • is the point at which the didactic-pedagogical element in eurythmy flows
    • and didactic reasons should be done by a class as a whole, for here
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    • zenith during the civilisation of ancient Greece, did not arise
    • experience, not merely the external impression of the eye. He did not
    • earlier times the consonants did actually contain within themselves a
  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • if it did not have its green sap, the chlorophyll. This green sap of
    • did not eat; his intestines and blood need fats. So we can say: Man
    • himself cannot form minerals. If he did not take in minerals, his body
    • would never be able to build them by itself. If he did not take in
    • carbohydrates, if he did not eat bread or something similar from which
    • once did with a certain professor and his assistant.
    • protein being present in his body. It didn't occur to them that it had
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • lungs and his heart become weak. Tuberculosis, lung tuberculosis, did
    • in his earlier years he did eat rather a lot of meat. At seventy he
    • stiff and could do very little work. You did not say whether his
    • memory deteriorated; perhaps you did not notice. His condition
    • Gentlemen, you need only think of this one thing: if animals did not
    • did not know instinctively that they could not eat poisonous plants,
    • thin do you think our pigs might be if we did not encourage them to
    • did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What are you doing with
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • in that one could penetrate them; they did not offer resistance. Man
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    • his works. Leonardo da Vinci perhaps did not know the occult laws by
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    • descends to meet it, so did the animal body and the human soul unite.
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    • “Jahve” for example, did not have the J and the V;
    • prosaic age; nevertheless, I did not mean all this figuratively or
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    • until man could experience the third did the subjective element feel
    • his breath. He said to himself — though he did not say it, he
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    • was like in very ancient ages of human evolution. Man did not yet
    • know the third; he descended only to the fourth. He did not
    • contra-c. Upward, it did not reach the tones beyond c but was a
    • that man experiences today did not contaminate the musical element,
    • seventh, though they did not have the same feeling as we have today.
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    • fifths; these intervals did not exist for Atlanteans.
    • as naturally as did the Atlanteans does not even perceive the musical
    • experience of the seventh did not make them feel that they themselves
    • artistic forces of creativity just as Homer did, who said, “Sing,
  • Title: Behind the Scenes: Lecture 1
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    • souls who, here on Earth, met their death as did the Empress of
    • Asia, did not arise out of mere desire — the desire, I mean, of its
    • founded some newspaper, why he did this or that, he relates a dream,
  • Title: Behind the Scenes: Lecture 2
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    • That, after all, is why people simply did not listen when it was said
    • earlier times men did not speak vaguely of swarms of human beings on
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture One
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    • appropriate to-day, could happen and actually did happen in certain
    • expressed his message as clearly as did the writer of the Gospel of
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Two
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    • revelation occurred when it did in order that peace might pour into
    • the shepherds? What was this angelic host, and whence did it
    • who, as long as he was a Bodhisattva, did not enter fully into the
    • and compassion in times when men themselves did not yet realize the
    • clairvoyance gradually to die away; vestiges that persisted did not,
    • less did it satisfy him, until finally it seemed to him to be utterly
    • they did, in order to eliminate greed and thereby evoke deeper
    • Bodhisattva, will walk the Earth as Buddha!’ Asita did not live to
    • grieve, for what you did not live to see at that earlier time, you
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Three
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    • did not say: ‘The eye is merely formed from within outwards’; but he
    • knowledge that the great Buddha wished to impart to men, and he did
    • themselves: like the rays of the sun from the heavens, so did the
    • off but did not dissolve in the universal astral world. Just as it
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Four
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    • him to become the bearer of an Ego. This did not, of course, take
    • has aged. He may be able to give splendid teaching, he may achieve a
    • and did not pass on to the descendants. Thus after the Fall, certain
    • The other couple did
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    • boys did not occur at exactly the same time.
    • related in the Gospels of St. Luke and St. Matthew did not take place
    • transformed. His parents did not recognize him; nor did they
    • passed into him. This child, now so changed that his parents did not
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Six
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    • existed. What, then, was necessary? How did the Bodhisattva
    • What the Bodhisattva was as a spiritual Being did not fully
    • the Law and others who did not. Thus there arose the concept of human
    • his hands did not proceed only from the part of his being actually
    • they did not see merely what was happening on the physical plane in
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Seven
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    • What did these revelations to Moses signify? They signified that the
    • did Moses behold in the burning bush and in the fire on Sinai? He
    • reflected from the Moon, so did Moses see the Christ in reflection. And
    • to proclaim the message and there was a Thirteenth who did not teach
    • penetrated before into a human etheric body, as He did at tlhe
    • was to descend to the Earth and for the first time did descend into
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Eight
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    • have been able to work as He did at that time or become the great
    • age of fifty, so the wisdom did little towards prolonging his life!’
    • not dominate the body to the extent that it did at the time of Christ
    • be recorded only by those who did not rely upon outer documents but upon
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Nine
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    • did the same with the others. In this way he tried to ingratiate
    • Eightfold Path, the present Bodhisattva will become Buddha, as did
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Ten
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    • Did Christ Jesus and
    • 6:23 Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets. \
    • spiritual world did not flow into the self-conscious Ego, for men
    • did indeed work in him, but not directly through the forces of his
    • How did Christ
    • the old constitution of soul had been able to impart. How did this
    • Christ Jesus. Before the Christ Event there could be nothing that did
    • three-and-a-half days was induced in the candidate, a condition in
    • of Jonah’, meaning the old Initiation in which the candidate,
    • behold the kingdom of Heaven. The disciples did not at first
    • The disciples did not understand that it was they
    • without the sign of Jonah. Did this actually happen?
    • for souls among those who did not in the least resemble men who would
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • If the others did not find it so agreeable to take the well-trodden
    • paths and did not put such obstacles in the way of homeless souls,
    • mind — but those who did not wish to read for themselves
    • For this work did at least reveal in many places that much of its content
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Two: The Unveiling of Spiritual Truths
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    • lack of understanding, something did rub off on people. One might
    • almost say that, even if it did not enter their souls, an
    • they felt it was akin to treachery if people did not stick together,
    • lecture for the Alps! I need hardly add that I did not respond to it.
    • from those endeavours which I did not yet publicly call
    • but which did not come to an end with a full stop, but with a dash. I
    • said to me afterwards that what I had said did not accord at all with
    • second and the third and so on. As they did so they were told certain
    • did not understand this knowledge but accepted it as holy dogma. In
    • fact they did not understand it at the higher degrees either, but the
    • their time; they did not stop until they had taken the philosophical
    • even the highest grades did not know, they could no longer say: What
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Three: The Opposition to Spiritual Revelations
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    • source which did not lie within the physical world. Such documents
    • had produced so far — which he himself did not think was
    • not because I did not want to publish the material, but because I did
    • discovers something so deep-seated in the psyche that it did not
    • did not belong to the secret societies, and had been kept carefully
    • under lock and key and not understood by those who did belong. In
    • Spirit”, which did not go down well at all. But then all that
    • a broadly based view of something which, above all, did not rely on
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    • This must always be juxtaposed with the question: How did the
    • Theosophical Society? One thing which did not happen, when it was
    • learning, and for as long as these things did not have to be
    • wants to speak about Christ. Modern human beings did not have the
    • would be neither theosophists nor anthroposophists if such people did
    • is equally necessary to understand why others did not follow this
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    • unchallenged in their absoluteness, did not exist. What did exist
    • of interpretations of the Christian god. Blavatsky simply did not
    • rational and direct a manner as one likes to think. Thus I did not
    • established, remarked that it did not agree in the slightest with
    • These things certainly did not happen without inner reservations.
    • I did not go one step beyond
    • rejuvenation of the old wisdom, because it did not spring from direct
    • influence, as they perceived it, was muscling in. They did not feel
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    • anthroposophical movement entered its second stage did these
    • about was of no personal concern; that he did not believe it, did not
    • recognize it and did not want to test it. Someone else might say: See
    • but without a secretary. So we did that all on
    • level. We did not even, for example, take larger washing baskets than
    • come along were free to do so. From the outset anthroposophy did not
    • ground which, however, they did not want to leave because they did
    • Munich group did.
    • by quoting facts — a name cropped up on one occasion. I did not
    • that time that I did not manage to read the manuscript immediately.
    • Christ, and so on. And when people who did not want to be involved in
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    • existed which made it worthwhile to do that. It did exist. A larger
    • science. Since it did not achieve that, its scientific work slowly
    • dried up. In the second phase it did not exist at all, and towards
    • the simple reason that people did not want to hear anything further
    • where I was to talk about anthroposophy. It did not occur to me
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    • continued to live, like the blue baby in Frankfurt did, and anthroposophy
    • he would have to draw the line somewhere. How did he do that? He did
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • Illusion’ to find ultimate truth. But why did man look upon
    • today, did the Mystery Centres arise, Centres that were dedicated to
    • He sets out to copy and imitate. The Greek artist did not work in
    • this way, although he is alleged to have done so; rather did he sense
    • Even as late as the Renaissance a painter did not use
    • did they derive their knowledge? People fail to realize that this
    • ability did not come from the artists themselves. They owed it to
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    • How did the
    • completely different outlook on the world from ourselves. They did
    • they did not see external nature as we do today, sharply defined and
    • they did not revert to their former condition but developed a fuller,
    • waking, sleeping, dreaming. A Chaldean did not experience these
    • Chaldeans did not share this attitude. The childlike condition of
    • the flower-decked Earth delighted and enchanted me. But what did I
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    • universe; for them the Earth did not have the solid consistency it
    • the slightest interest in them. What did interest me, on the other
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    • splendid pictorial descriptions of Dante's Commedia are
    • aspect did she appear in those far-off days of her prime? These were
    • you see as the external world. — The teacher did not use the
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    • action, man did not possess the consciousness we have today.
    • which we have now entered did not exist, if it were not omnipresent,
    • intermediate world did not permeate the world of sense
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    • later epochs, the selection of candidates for Initiation was
    • who still knew something of these matters did not speak therefore of
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • later years did the need arise to have direct contact with him as a
    • did not exist when these beings were on Earth.
    • of these beings, for at the time they lived on Earth writing did not
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    • how there once lived on Earth illustrious teachers who did not
    • My description did not end with the Moon incarnation; I traced the
    • I did not use these scientific concepts as a method of cognition
    • at a time when the modern scientific outlook did not yet exist and
    • minerals, i.e. of the mineral Earth, did not influence our
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • varied with the phases of the Moon. He did not hesitate to defend his
    • did not irradiate our skin and the innermost recesses of the
    • shout at him to awaken him. If he did not fall, but developed full
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    • the ordinary consciousness why human beings, with their candid faces
    • — and there is no denying they have candid faces — have a
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • Illusion’ to find ultimate truth. But why did man look upon
    • today, did the Mystery Centres arise, Centres that were dedicated to
    • He sets out to copy and imitate. The Greek artist did not work in
    • this way, although he is alleged to have done so; rather did he sense
    • Even as late as the Renaissance a painter did not use
    • did they derive their knowledge? People fail to realize that this
    • ability did not come from the artists themselves. They owed it to
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • How did the
    • completely different outlook on the world from ourselves. They did
    • they did not see external nature as we do today, sharply defined and
    • they did not revert to their former condition but developed a fuller,
    • waking, sleeping, dreaming. A Chaldean did not experience these
    • Chaldeans did not share this attitude. The childlike condition of
    • the flower-decked Earth delighted and enchanted me. But what did I
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    • universe; for them the Earth did not have the solid consistency it
    • the slightest interest in them. What did interest me, on the other
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    • splendid pictorial descriptions of Dante's Commedia are
    • aspect did she appear in those far-off days of her prime? These were
    • you see as the external world. — The teacher did not use the
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    • action, man did not possess the consciousness we have today.
    • which we have now entered did not exist, if it were not omnipresent,
    • intermediate world did not permeate the world of sense
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    • later epochs, the selection of candidates for Initiation was
    • who still knew something of these matters did not speak therefore of
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    • later years did the need arise to have direct contact with him as a
    • did not exist when these beings were on Earth.
    • of these beings, for at the time they lived on Earth writing did not
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    • how there once lived on Earth illustrious teachers who did not
    • My description did not end with the Moon incarnation; I traced the
    • I did not use these scientific concepts as a method of cognition
    • at a time when the modern scientific outlook did not yet exist and
    • minerals, i.e. of the mineral Earth, did not influence our
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    • varied with the phases of the Moon. He did not hesitate to defend his
    • did not irradiate our skin and the innermost recesses of the
    • shout at him to awaken him. If he did not fall, but developed full
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    • the ordinary consciousness why human beings, with their candid faces
    • — and there is no denying they have candid faces — have a
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    • led to natural science. This did not happen until modern
    • greater and greater rarity today, namely that people did not
    • this. I used a certain sentence a little while ago and did
    • effect on the eye (he did a drawing). What was in space and
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    • utter rigidity, if the beings of the higher hierarchies did
    • people would start to criticise, because they did not know on
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    • being if man did not now carry within himself the laws which
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    • When he did sleep so long.
    • My coal-black horse he did not
    • Nor did my good hounds bark,
    • The bird of morning did not sing
    • And lo! the bull did bar the way.
    • Earth did I feel within my mouth
    • And God did guide me in my steps
    • That I did not come close.
    • In life they did their parents ill,
    • science, was something that people did not have the slightest
    • see an answer to the question, ‘Where did these words
    • implanted them into the human soul at a time when we did not
    • until afterwards that something we did previously was
    • part was more awake. (He did a drawing.) During the past four
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    • more orange coloured surface that we did with the red
    • If you did
    • soon, he fainted. Yes, he fainted. He did recover again, and
    • So he did not
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    • Goetheanum building. We did not want only to talk in a cold,
    • cycle. So the gentlemen were there, and they did not all go
    • conversation, tea and cakes, in other words they did what is
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    • these demons did not exist. There are various reasons for the
    • concentration exercise, we did not attempt to do something
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    • inside out he expects it to look the same as it did before,
    • If we did not
    • and blood, as I have been describing to you, did not exist
    • during sleep they did not want to let go altogether of that
    • physiological origin of these prophetic gifts, and splendid
    • to assure you that the wrong words did not slip out just now,
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    • did start in that way. A few drops of oil are put in a glass of
    • universe is a giant schoolteacher who did the rotating!
    • did not have this air, it could not fly at all. It has hollow bones;
    • of this: If we did not have to be born and live in the air and
    • state all the time. He did not advance to birth; he lived as embryo.
    • Earlier this immense womb did not exist at all. What was
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    • That did not exist, for substances were dissolved in the water
    • took in as food they took in out of the densified air. Into what did
    • gave out again what it did not need. So such a bird had a very
    • creatures below did not yet have the attitude which we have. We are
    • however, this did not come in the same way to those other creatures
    • such substances did not as yet exist. Nevertheless, man has
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    • time when such animals as we have now did not exist, when there were
    • boy who did not like to eat crab sneaked a crab from his parents'
    • And that again leads us to look for the real reason why man did not
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    • then did human beings ever arrive on this earth at all?
    • How did man ever appear? And as to that, there have been
    • did evolve in this way. Some say that an ape-like race had come into
    • this that man did not descend from apes: man was there, and all the
    • father said: “You silly! Perhaps you did, but I didn't!”
    • people of that time did their thinking not with a solid brain, but a
    • that time did not live in houses, but in places in the earth where
    • men did not live merely as animals, gradually perfecting themselves
    • becomes yourself. You could not be a human being if you did not
    • continually make this new man. But earlier men did not have this
    • earlier lands sank and became sea — only then did the present
    • farmers, shepherds did human beings develop history. That is where we
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    • distinct from all others, for the Chinese in their old culture did
    • above in the stars. All this was done without prayer, for they did
    • gods of any kind; when later they did have them, they were gods taken
    • think “vase” or “table”. The Chinese did not
    • Now the Chinese in their painting did not recognize
    • light and shade, nor did they allow for perspective, because they did
    • in pictures, they did not form general concepts like “table”
    • which the Chinese have come down, people did not see in our way. In
    • However, this did not in the least hinder the Chinese
    • invented the art of printing. We did learn many things that were correct,
    • That they did not develop this culture out of themselves can be seen
    • of thing happened with the Japanese: they didn't know how to turn
    • did religion enter into it. Man was their principal object of study,
    • light and shadow, for they did not yet exist for the Chinese. Nor
    • that was the custom. In order to learn anything an Indian did not
    • interested in the outer world, a people who did not live from within.
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    • the carbon dioxide if it did not have its green sap, the chlorophyll.
    • strength if he did not eat; his intestines and blood need fats. So we
    • can say: Man himself cannot form minerals. If he did not take in
    • did not take in carbohydrates, if he did not eat bread or something
    • as it once did with a certain professor and his assistant.
    • It didn't occur to them that it had already passed through the
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    • tuberculosis, did not become widespread until the potato diet was
    • really decent life. But in his earlier years he did eat rather a lot
    • fifty, that he became stiff and could do very little work. You did
    • not say whether his memory deteriorated; perhaps you did not notice.
    • animals did not have an instinct for what was good for them, and what
    • them — and if they did not know instinctively that they could
    • different; but how thin do you think our pigs might be if we did not
    • him. And what did I see? Scales beside his plate! I said, “What
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    • “How did man's cultural development come about?”
    • “Why did primitive man have such a strong belief
    • we did not degenerate as they did. I might therefore say: The
    • Middle Ages did someone discover the possibility of making paper from
    • made their tools; imagination helped them in all they did, and
    • hear about wars like that — which didn't take place in Greece,
    • gentlemen, didn't happen in those days! Today if we receive a
    • telegram, the Post Office dispatches it to us. Naturally this didn't
    • in those times they didn't understand it to be so. They knew: When
    • the two rats did that, shut up together in a cage, gnawed at each
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    • the fact that man did not yet have so much of that cleverness which
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    • in the spring if the sun's power did not return. Again, when the sun
    • if the sun were not there, if the rays of the sun did not make the
    • mineral kingdom is from the plant kingdom. If the sun did not move
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    • better. And it wouldn't be a bad idea if we ourselves did the same
    • predictions were useful, for people acted accordingly and did indeed
    • Later on, people who did not understand the thing at
    • the details given in the calendar did not tally with the actual
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    • a little sulphur. We didn't put it all together, but this is what we
    • did: here someone had a bit of the stuff, there someone had a bit,
    • imply? Well, we did that too in the laboratory. First we threw
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    • didn't occur to him that once the railroads were there, more people
    • split up as it subsequently did. In the 19th century it was still
    • the comet had then reached the point which as a matter of fact it did
    • And I often called attention to a splendid lecture given by Lassalle
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    • conditions. At that time men did not feel inequality among themselves
    • No being would have offspring if the moon did not send to earth the
    • of growth did not come from the sun. No human being would be able to
    • think if the forces of thinking did not come from Saturn. But all
    • the same in the domain of industry. They did nothing but reckon and
    • examines it thoroughly. It simply does not hold water. If it did, we
    • oxygen and breathes out carbon dioxide — as if he did nothing
    • nourishing substances from the air. If we did nothing but eat, we
    • About five hundred years ago it did not rise in Pisces (the Fishes)
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    • he did, mediaeval habits of thinking and feeling and wished to gain knowledge
    • plant-cells that cannot be seen without it, so did these symbolic figures
    • original sense, and those who give them out as knowledge, or who did so in
    • for example, did to some extent.
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    • changed. Note that Herman Grimm did not add the words, so it is with all
    • for truth, we shall be acting as the photographer did in our example. The
    • pass. This is represented by Goethe with splendid realism in the figure of
    • A splendid catch is certain
    • it, he must from time to time withdraw into himself, as Goethe did. When he
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    • How did this come about? It is
    • she had completed a robe she was weaving; but every night she undid the work
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    • from Goethe's splendid book on Winckelmann,
    • occupied Goethe throughout his life, so did
    • the part about Mignon was an episode which did not really belong to the story.
    • was ruled out; but still the work did not go fast enough.
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    • the King: “How did you come here — on foot or in a
    • meaning it has for us today, it did mean that everywhere man is exposed to
    • tells us that what we call our intellect, our scientific way of thinking, did
    • wisdom did exist. In those early times human beings did not know how to build
    • This vision did
    • particular, when did self-consciousness first come to man?
    • nor did they turn away from it; they saw in the body a pledge of eternal
    • suffering. The simple folk who looked upon the cross and the body did not
    • So didst thou start thy course and so hast sped it,
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    • during the wane was 107:100. The recorded observations he used did not cover
    • the facts did point to some influence. And he had, as you will have seen,
    • Goethe did in fact assemble a great deal of evidence which indicated that in
    • in this case also to point to an external influence as we did with regard to
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    • The question is quite simple, and yet it is so difficult to answer: why did
    • which did not emit a sound remains unanswered. The great linguistic
    • is an expression of the inner life. In sum, language did not develop
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    • should be different now. The divine element I aspire to did not belong to my
    • ourselves more perfect — as many Christians did during the Middle Ages
    • if he did so. Equally foolish is someone who searches in the outer world for
    • by those who found the way from prayer to mysticism, as did Angelus Silesius,
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    • event. How did they respond to it? Some of them did not notice the events
    • life, it could not be developed if he did not have a musical ear, if the
    • physical and etheric formation of his ear did not permit him to establish the
    • human life become visible. If sickness and health did not exist, normal life
    • The human being could be perfectly healthy if he did not interfere in life
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    • of the utmost importance. If we did not have to think of man in all his
    • human soul have never been cultivated on their own account. Why did Plato
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    • The philosopher was talking of a man who did not particularly interest him. A
    • did not have the strength to control the resultant sequence of images so that
    • logical conclusion that you still possess what you have not lost. You did not
    • being, brought about because the human being did not live in such a manner
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    • what to do and what not to do did not exist originally, according to Ree. But
    • in human nature there was something else which did develop — something
    • so did it enter the sentient soul from a subordinate condition. We have seen
    • part of the spiritual world; and whatever he did was imbued, for him, with a
    • those times when a man had, for example, committed an evil deed? His deed did
    • for him, but it was fundamentally beneficial, coming as it did from the
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    • we must ask: What preceded it? Whence did it arise?
    • does he do this? What did the struggle signify for the Greeks of that
    • Why did human
    • passions flare up in this way, and why did all the events described by
    • How did art progress
    • times what Homer did for antiquity. He sought to revive Homer's manner,
    • described once only? That is indeed what Dante did. The world he describes is
    • may reproach Dante for being a didactic poet. Anyone who understands Dante
    • levels, and this he did by writing in the vernacular, not in Latin as some of
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    • gift for scholarly learning, nor did he show interest in it up
    • alone on a psychic island as he did, who from his childhood on
    • had felt such solidarity with all men, but now did not feel
    • imagined that such a one existed. They did not know what to
    • Nazareth did — as I have just described — causes deep sorrow in
    • But he did not only travel around in
    • forces flowed down to an altar and now demons did so, which
    • Lucifer and Ahriman worked. He was to see how they did harm to
    • But Jesus did not only perceive this secret
    • residues of the forces, but humanity as a whole did not have
    • Without his I he didn't recognize them. But they knew him and
    • into words. He spoke in a way that they did not know where the
    • from him. They didn't understand him; they realized that he
    • didn't recognize them, so they asked: “Jesus of Nazareth,
    • The Essenes didn't know what to make of
    • Essenes answered: “Didn't we show the tempter the door?
    • removed from earthly conditions that he didn't realize that a
    • didn't know what I was seeking and so I have been long
    • Didn't you love me during many lives on earth? Only you didn't
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    • one did. And the right one was unrecognizable, for he took on
    • enemies did not know who the right one was.
    • special moment did a spiritual and two physical phenomena
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    • remains did exist we should have to dig down into the bed of the
    • people had soft bodies. The culture resulting from what they did is
    • without prayer, for the Chinese did not know the meaning of it. It
    • later — a man became the citizen of a kingdom. He did not
    • with, they did not have gods, but all their connection with the
    • and the thinking of the Chinese at that time did not at all resemble
    • scales or table. The Chinese did not speak in this way, but they
    • painting recognized neither light nor shadow, nor did they recognize
    • perspective, because they did not see at all in the we do. They took
    • they did not form general concepts like table and so on, but what
    • come down, people did not see in our way. In those more ancient times
    • All this, however, did
    • happened with the Japanese; they did not know how the screw had to be
    • of religion; only later did religion enter into what at first was
    • they did not yet exist for him. Neither would he have made the hands
    • they directed their attention outwards. The Indians did something
    • that was the custom. In order to learn anything, an Indian did not
    • people, interested in what was outside, a people who did not live
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    • to consider this in connection with this second question: “Why did
    • has a different origin. Only at the end of the Middle Ages did men
    • made their tools; imagination helped them in all they did, enabled
    • Christianity. Now when we hear about wars like this which didn't take
    • place in Greece, but far away in Asia, it did not happen in those
    • Naturally at that time this did not happen for the Greeks had no
    • electric telegraph. What then did they do? Look, (drawing) the war
    • — this did not call up a picture of someone sitting quietly in
    • notion. But in those times they did not understand it so. They knew:
    • we must say — particularly because people at that time did not
    • this reason, primitive men who did not work with intellect but with
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    • did not sever themselves from that of the Queen. The drones do not
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    • to 78%; it was therefore, to begin with, not so weakly, but did not get
    • the mice throve splendidly on milk; milk consists of casein, fat,
    • be in question here. But what did they say? They said: “substance
    • consider how short a time ago it is that we did not have so many journals
    • I did not myself
    • and saw nothing. Still, he did not give up his theory, he merely
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    • only working on a small scale, and did not sell his honey. Erbsmehl is
    • never be available in the necessary quantities if one did not have recourse
    • The hornets were such cowards they did not sting me in the dark;
    • did not interest me so much then as later, or today — because
    • however, was not carried to a conclusion, for the officials in charge did
    • finds in his bee-hives, which did not sting him, whereas it can be
    • farmer did not do much reckoning up as to profit; this is not
    • generally the case today, but 50 or 60 years ago the farmer did not
    • they count up what they did not get — from other work.
    • electric torch they keep quite quiet, as though they did not notice
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    • had really many good instincts: he did many things without being able
    • to say just why he did them. Today these instincts no longer exist.
    • handling. When I add to this all the bee-keeper did in former times,
    • and above all, the strong instincts he had to do them even if he did
    • appeared immune to this disease. But what did it all amount to? It
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    • rainbow. Swelling did not always follow; human bodies are very
    • who saw this man of whom you told us, did not tell him that the
    • splendid for these little creatures that there should be an ant hill
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    • did not take away our saps.
    • if the bee, or the wasp or some other insect, did not come to suck
    • before I did not understand this, because I did not know the
    • was once at such a stage that plants and insects such as we have today, did
    • did not happen, if bees, wasps and ants did not exist and continually
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    • because they did not know the air is everywhere; in the same way
    • and he has been given formic acid, but it did him no good. What is
    • In earlier times this custom did not exist, but another plant was
    • all of you especially hard at work, we must close. I did not want today's
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    • short time didn't help them at all.)
    • the next day to succeed in feeling again as he once did! No,
    • necessary to proceed as did, for example, Michael Bernays,
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    • dull for him, and he did not lecture on elocution, but only demonstrated
    • in which professors of elocution did not fit in any more, and
    • And only after one had language did one come to the use of
    • had genuine capacities which really did not become human at
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    • himself a registrar since he was a shoe-repairman. — He did not
    • quite well suited to be installed as Minister of the police, he did
    • I already knew that this middle-class professor did not have particularly
    • they did, how Lessing himself was placed in his youth within the life
    • years, I did indeed teach in such an institution, even giving
    • because of the war. But because other matters did not keep up with
    • nature. And this suggestive influence did not only take root in human
    • didn't waste much time thinking about these matters. A poet in
    • working-class. He paid no heed to it. But the laborer did;
    • you remember her — earned splendid wages with her
    • cause the problem. Because of what the middle-class did, or rather
    • didn't do, matters developed to the point where they have
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    • One didn't have the mental strength to comprehend it but one had the
    • remained in existence, why it didn't split apart. In the 1880's and
    • did Austria naturally split apart. Basically, this picture says it
    • did not become clear naturally to the proletariat either. But what
    • “Oh, that Dessoir didn't go along with the lecture after all! I
    • saying.” Well, I did not have to form a judgment about Dessoir
    • projecting himself into the other like he always did in similar
    • before my lecture. What he did add later to what he had said at the
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    • their products. One did not call that an association. One did
    • didn't call themselves that.
    • himself into every syllable. He did that to the extreme. But
    • said what I did say in particular in the course of these
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    • something inanimate. Thus, I have said all that I did about
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    • he did. We must be able to see with the eyes of one who is convinced
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    • by a path which did not lead through Rome, is that in it Christianity
    • what we to-day call intelligent thought did not at that time exist. It
    • did exist were really only large villages; in these large village
    • watched something which they could not understand, did nevertheless
    • their thought everything that did not come from outside. They found their
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    • Plato did not require an arithmetical or geometric knowledge
    • did not mean by this that God just created with mathematics,
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    • did not know that what is brought into consciousness in the
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    • knowledge if we did not assume an immediate relationship to
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    • symbolically through diagrams, as Herbart did (it can also be
    • the respiratory system than did the Indian with his
    • some other way if he proceeded as the Indian did in the yoga
    • earlier times then did was something that we do today in a
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    • be able to continue writing. I did continue writing but more
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    • shaping the events as Strindberg did. The fact that the other
    • circumstances it is possible to present history as I did
    • are missing, or men and women did not have a chance to live
    • the existence of Neptune. LeVerrier did not somehow piece
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    • to satisfy, against which it did not want to sin. At the same time,
    • the external world, so essentially did consciousness awake within the
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    • clarity. One mocks all clarity, as Stirner did. One says to oneself:
    • this law of inertia. He did not want to roll onward thus with his thinking
    • this limit [see illustration], by means of which he did not roll on
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    • that Goethe viewed. Goethe modestly confessed that he did not have
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    • Goethe did have this — of the true inner structure of mathematics.
    • the time. Only when he closed his eyes did they emerge.
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    • another. Where does the human heart come from? Why does it beat? Did
    • Communion? Did a few crumbs of the Host perhaps fall to the ground?
    • Did I not try to mail a letter somewhere and miss the slot? I could
    • did not become a scholar of the conventional sort is shown quite simply
    • did not exist. In Nietzsche's time a conscious spiritual science did
    • Yes, this man who did
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    • he needed these senses in a different way. He did not allow the soul's
    • did not pass unaccompanied into the spiritual world and fall prey to
    • He did these things because his soul-spirit was too deeply incarnated,
    • predisposed by nature to come to a halt at the word. They did not penetrate
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    • in the way that I did so that
    • is manifest in the splendid poetic imagery of Mechthild of Magdeburg,
    • I know that if I did not
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    • you did not understand when I said yesterday, “The ego
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    • stood as a candidate for the Imperial Parliament. The motive
    • for his candidacy was precisely his experience as a
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    • Splendid results can be achieved if the parents or teachers
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    • occur on a large scale if the ego did not succeed in
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    • but what I did see gave me great pleasure. I saw how patiently and
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    • answered me as warmly as you just did today.
    • yes, my dear children, if we did not educate the spirit, we would not
    • And when you think, “Oh, I should have been less lazy; I didn't
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    • Let us try to get a the colours which we did not have yesterday, from
    • Now, if I did not do that as it is on the physical plane, but were to
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    • was not so usual to observe nature and that therefore one did not
    • that the old artists did not make this distinction in their painting.
    • but not when they paint the everyday world. Nor did they pay attention
    • old masters did not cultivate the painting of this glow, of this
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    • It is not a question of insomnia, for I did not way, “if a man
    • described any other kind of man; if they did not notice that they
    • described man when he is asleep, if they overdid their part and wanted
    • today. Now we must put the question to ourselves: Why did Art exist in
    • weight did not yet exist, — this painting has left its last trace in,
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    • in him as they did in the scholar, the peasant and the artisan of his
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    • And if one did the same with a blue surface, one would go through the
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    • Such a union of the begins of the First Hierarchy did exist once upon
    • did in actual fact exist. When one spoke of the element of warmth one
    • correct as Goethe did, then one storms dreadfully. Goethe was never so
    • But formerly one did not understand by it the remarkably odd being
    • something they first possessed, and preserved, and did not themselves
    • You will ask — But didn't things live before this? The answer you
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    • did the livelong day in which this or that verse was set
    • the present clairvoyance did not yet exist; at a time,
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    • which reached the degree of finish it did in the personality
    • ago, I did not take into consideration the aspect we have in
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    • Iphigenia? Did not Goethe write an “Achilleid”,
    • and they can sail in the clouds — (this did not refer
    • kindled by the outer world; if this did not happen the Ego
    • who understood something about world-evolution did not hold
    • saying, “If God did not exist, he would have to be
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    • The Greeks did
    • their earth — the America that simply did not exist for
    • fulfilled. I said that the Greeks did not know of America.
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    • what is called the acanthus leaf decoration did not arise
    • This man Rigl did not achieve anything of great importance
    • spite of this he did not get very far. He says that in regard
    • is true, did belong to the Anthroposophical Movement, but who
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    • if the larynx did not contain a a particular form at the
    • I did not
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    • of Science did not injure the development of Art. While the
    • scholars did not know just what to think, the most glorious
    • spiritual participation in her production. So did I press on
    • didactic poetry in the poetic art, are the highest artistic
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    • in which professors of elocution did not fit in any more, and
    • And only after one had language did one come to the use of
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    • — Now, I did not need to form a judgement about Dessoir
    • the other as he always did in similar cases, and said,
    • knew anyhow. Hence, I considered he did things quite
    • the debate, but in advance! What he did add later in the
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    • said what I did say in particular in the course of these
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    • into a position of an adviser who did not participate
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    • could remind people of something which did exist
    • the next class; this did not happen at Strasbourg under
    • you did not say: No!
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    • something else. But as you see, Herr Kaiser did think briefly
    • about it and did not come up with any other expression. I
    • fact that an Anthroposophical Society did exist already,
    • did not suggest: ‘the leadership at the Goetheanum
    • We shall gather, as we did today, after
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    • didn't argue about them; you didn't even talk about them.
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    • might once more thank him most heartily. I really did believe
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    • did in 1913 and 1914. In 1913 and 1914 the idea of the
    • In 1913 it did not yet exist, it has only developed since.
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    • longs for. Did he not say in connection with this goal that
    • we may hope — since a year ago we did not allow even
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    • the scene of the fire did everything in their power to save what
    • that much that has been undertaken did not, in fact, spring directly
    • especially clearly here in Stuttgart, where it has proved that it did
    • me to speak as I did about the Movement for Religious Renewal
    • existence for three and a half months, I had to speak as I did at
    • nonanthroposophical circles. What it did do was to try to hammer the
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    • At the time I wrote it, I did not exactly relish
    • about. They did not think in abstractions such as come so naturally
    • did not have in the period between birth and death.
    • read such a particularly crude piece of invention. I didn't see the
    • special notice of these people, and they left shortly before we did.
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    • reader approach did the
    • see from what I am about to say that it did begin to be presented as
    • myself did not seek out the Theosophical Society. People who belonged
    • all the anthroposophists. They didn't mind that because it didn't
    • that project, and they did so. This created all kinds of groupings in
    • modern physicists come to their particular mode of thinking. I did
    • leave off, we will get from physics into anthroposophy. I did the
    • sharply as I did today. Most of you were already aware of the need
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    • deeds. Beginning in 1919 it did want to do that.
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    • ancient Oriental hymns. It had to be expressed in a way that did full
    • the Logos quite as concretely as the Oriental did. The Greeks did not
    • than the forms did. We moderns must create works where in the form
    • to apply this same artistry in the pedagogical-didactic field. We
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    • this. If the Anthroposophical Society did not exist, there would
    • say them I did, in one form or another, when the peripheral
    • anthroposophical approach. How did this style originate? It came into
    • being as a direct outgrowth of anthroposophy, exactly as did the
    • discovered something that people did not at that time have to be
    • differently; everything had to happen as it did, naturally. But that
    • institutions and then didn't continue sharing responsibility for them
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    • follows it should be kept in mind that what went on in Stuttgart did
    • exactly as they did. For what was it we faced? We were facing the
    • Stuttgart were meant to — and indeed did — concern
    • Stuttgart as I did on December tenth last.
    • their elders. The geniuses among them did likewise. Goethe most
    • Where did most of them get the themes for their dissertations? For
    • intention was to give you a report. I certainly did not feel it to be
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    • reason why it did so. Where it is a matter of a religious life that
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    • that a lot of people left the hall. He did give his report, however,
    • again. Nothing came of this because he wasn't there. But when he did
    • Society — simply did not want to hear about opponents!
    • possibility did exist, we would really be embarrassed, frightfully
    • anthroposophy pleased them well enough, they did not want to become
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    • did not come from knowledge which had been unknown in Central
    • didn't change towards understanding the reality of thought. For
    • I didn't insist further but wrote to the editor of these
    • edited the German Weekly (Deutsche Wochenschrift) you didn't
    • within history, Schopenhauer looked into the cosmos and didn't
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    • matter if I did not feel constrained by my upbringing to think and
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    • was that it did not spring in any way from memory. Memory played no
    • Rischis did not prepare what they had to say, so that their memory
    • India and their pupils if you thought they did not communicate the
    • knowledge such as we have to-day did not exist. Something there was
    • any form — men did not concern themselves in the least. All
    • that time men possessed super-sensible knowledge, but did not use it
    • — Why did logic arise first in the fourth epoch? Was there not
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    • writings? They mainly contain accounts of how the candidate in his
    • which as yet he did not possess. The messenger or Angel, announced
    • who did not altogether belong to the age when it was natural for him,
    • spiritual world; and what was the position of the man who did not
    • would be possible for him to baptise not only as John did with water,
    • If we wish to describe what John the Baptist did when he baptised, we
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    • live when the laws present at death are active in it. These laws did
    • would indeed be horrified if he did, that is if he perceived the sum
    • the events I am about to describe did not happen in any such physical
    • which it was to enter. But how did the child experience this
    • their influence felt as did King Duranasarum in the case of the child
    • entered into a human being. But He did not enter this human being in
    • is right or wrong, and have done, for instance, what Siegfried did,
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    • People had got accustomed to this; but now One had appeared who did
    • — contents, which he did not have previously. Picture to
    • standpoint, did Paul regard the sacrifice on Golgotha, the actual
    • by parents or relatives of things you did, and so have knowledge of
    • sum of these inherited attributes. People did not think in this way
    • at the time of Orpheus, they did not then regard external man and his
    • did. Whenever we are told of anyone “going into the
    • was too closely interwoven with the physical world. He certainly did
    • day he did something he should not have done — he looked back.
    • how the threshold was crossed.” If he did this he lost the
    • What did Orpheus
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    • chance these occurred as they did, but because two factors lived in
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    • physiologist discovers by physiological laws why it did not reach the
    • the man did not become the least feeble-minded when his thyroid gland
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    • essence of Christianity Jahve did not really differ very greatly from
    • overpassing Christianity, would re-emerge at a later day. This did
    • past, it is easily seen that these elements did indeed meet within
    • not Judaism, and the Moon of Jehova did not reappear in Arabism in
    • appeared. This did not exist previously, and the physical body has
    • If he did, his later life would be “airless” as regards
    • Buddhism that has come down to us from the past; if we did not have
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    • heard. They did not travel from place to place in order to hear
    • concerning the spirit. What did these people say? Let us recall a
    • single instance of this. People did not then say:— “We
    • thee on my horse and take thee there.” This he did. The old
    • but did not interpret them allegorically after the manner of the
    • The rhapsodist did not tell of people who strove towards their higher
    • through the world, found an old woman in distress, and did a good and
    • From what centre did
    • humanity did in fact further arid support the teaching of Christ in
    • Rosicrucians did not speak in 1847 so that these could be perceived
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    • his physical body. How did anybody want to explain, otherwise, the difference
    • over the continued existence of the soul. The old sages, who did not
    • same time. Once those have taught that way who did not want to teach
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    • the view that life comes from something without life. The soul did not
    • that third human race rose to spiritual life. The soul did not develop
    • beings rose from the only impulsive condition, it did not happen by
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    • He realised that he did not understand God using his intellect. That
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    • that we did not get theosophy from India, as well as one has to admit, on the
    • heights of spirit, something that is born out of the real spirit. What did David
    • has come to an image of Jesus from an idea which Jesus did never suggest nor
    • What did the higher birth mean?
    • being to him, did not recognize him. It came to his own, and his own people
    • would not accept him. But to all who did accept him, to those who put their
    • the human being could accept it and did not accept it. It is said to us that
    • those who called themselves Christians did not come into being from the blood,
    • What did they understand by the
    • of Christ to thank for his conversion to Him who did not stay long since on
    • that it must lead up to the lofty spirit of Christ. The first Christians did
    • to them. — Where did this intention of the founder of Christianity come
    • who knows how to make a table. If he has made it, you did not claim to have
    • who did not behold there that is they could not penetrate into the mysteries,
    • did to him as they wanted.” — “Elijah has already come;”
    • which formed the basis of the old offerings? Did they not go, the sinners, to
    • the altar and did offer their expiatory sacrifices, was it not a merely physical
    • to do nothing else than what real Christian teachers did: ascending to exhaust
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    • How did Kant’s world
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    • and the world of moral reason must be produced. Even if one did enough in a
    • if he did not have freedom? — Kant annihilated knowledge that way to get
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    • Schopenhauer did this himself. He
    • as well as Leibniz did; however, with Herbart it is coloured by Kantianism.
    • the western epistemology it appears in such a way. But it did not always appear
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    • speak of the soul as one did it for thousands of years before our time. The
    • did the natural sciences, the precise investigation of our nervous system, the
    • What did one gain especially with
    • a big fieldstone falls on his head and smashes him. The old psychology did not
    • What did the sage Nagasena want
    • take up the external world. Which methods and viewpoints did the natural sciences
    • The Greek sage Plato did not admit
    • same what it did yesterday. The ant builds its miracle construction, the beaver
    • However, Aristotle did not or not
    • is to be understood. Already Greek and Indian sages did this. They understood
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    • and carry it to another life. If we did not experience pain, we would get on
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    • about the spiritual life. Which sense did this Platonic preparation have? The
    • however insignificant, you failed to do for me.” You did it to me, to
    • Greek text: what you did to the least of my brothers, you did it to me.
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    • for example, in the field of zoology, if he did not know the higher questions
    • Wagner and Vogt, it did not end at all to
    • like the great English chemist Crookes, did completely commit to spiritism?
    • basic laws, the chemical constitution of our elements who did not only stand
    • he did not exactly approach his observations. However, this objection is of
    • with the concerning question even more splendidly than Darwin himself. His merit
    • did not criticise this materialistic movement at any moment. They knew that
    • of the human soul in which the development did not yet get to a human peak.
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    • But Goethe did not doubt the manifestations of the spirit around
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    • There were times when people did
    • intellectual summit. Somebody who had not stood the trials who did not have
    • its true form, convinces himself soon that this medieval thinking did not imagine
    • spiritual. Also Dante did not imagine his hell and his heaven
    • of what they can convince themselves by sensory inspection. People did not think
    • always only Swedenborg speaking; he did not hear answering. The case became
    • He tried there to understand everything in such a way that he did justice to
    • a victory for spiritism. The event did not happen in Europe, but in the country
    • matters. He was, in similar way as Swedenborg, a seer; he only did not have
    • did the famous experiments with Slade. Then, however, also
    • the scientific spiritism in Germany who did not want to speak like Hellenbach
    • did not this bank do also honest banking business once? The assessment of the
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    • come to the general public. Only when one did no longer know what a tremendous
    • rather fateful under circumstances and did not know what to do with it. Only
    • centuries, did not know what to do with these phenomena.
    • In particular, it did not know what
    • degree. One did not say that he had betrayed the secret, but there were found
    • all that he did not publish his secrets in the newspapers. Associate this statement
    • from India indicated the explanation in the heading. However, the scholars did
    • managed that a person to be operated did not perceive pains by means of mental
    • of the fact above all that the official science did not cope with these facts,
    • again who did not want to show these matters in their deepest significance to
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    • — and you would say: this lily has originated from nothing, then one did
    • by the former plant; then one did not assume that from the seed a new figure
    • soul-life which consists of sympathy and antipathy could be there if we did
    • it indicated in various forms with Goethe even if Goethe did not express himself
    • which did not flow out into the work. As well as a seal impression remains in
    • we did not understand them from our mind. However, somebody who lives only in
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    • few seconds and said then: what is really theosophy? This did not happen in
    • In that time, everybody was regarded as being a poor devil and a fool who did
    • author did not call himself, because he himself could have presented nothing
    • once the human being did not live on earth that he began his existence on earth
    • In particular the English books did not get tired to talk about vibrations.
    • did not yet exist when there has been a continent between this Europe and America,
    • need sunshine which grow in the desert, are of a later date and did not yet
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    • based on Darwinism to quite different views about life. He did not consider
    • be dark and dumb if we did not have eyes and ears, which transform the oscillations
    • us is dependent on us. If we did not have particular eyes and ears, we could
    • whose eyes are opened, in new activity, in another light. This researcher did
    • The old Vedic priest did not yet
    • to the initiate of the mysteries. One did not explain to him scientifically
    • Did not God’s own force live in us,
    • Theory of Colours. Didactic Part
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    • time after the Christ Event people did not think as intellectually as
    • 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
    • When he had reached the Buddha stage, Buddha did not need to incarnate
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    • about this, too, but they did not speak about it in this way then.
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    • thirteenth came to join the twelve. The thirteenth did not become a
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    • Rosenkreutz did not meet other people, but only that the other people
    • did not recognise him for what he was. Fundamentally this has remained
    • rosicrucian knew that if he did not combat his passions in one
    • These were the experiences of one who did these experiments. And if
    • If we did not know the whole significance of rosicrucianism we could
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    • did not pass through their youth in the right way. If humanity does
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • its own strength. It is important to stress that my first books did
    • way the professor of the Chinese language did, who told his colleague
    • that Christ did not give the world a doctrine or a theory but the
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    • individualities did not live on only in the sphere of occultism as
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    • did not happen by chance, and we will deliberately imagine that we
    • There is no suggestion whatever that we once actually did them; but
    • most wonderful secrets; he did not repeat what the first, or the
    • head, the intellect; he was a great and splendid thinker, but his
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    • about that did not take place between birth and death but between
    • common knowledge. Whence did Copernicus, Galileo, Giordano Bruno and
    • How did the forces that made Copernicus so very
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    • happened as it did later to human beings in the exchange
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    • call initiated today. Those whom we call initiates today did not go
    • regarded the Devas as beings of a satanic nature, who did not wish to
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    • differentiated? In what way did it change? Through the fact that two
    • who really did exist at one time and who acted seductively upon the
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    • observed by the candidate for initiation so that his eyes would be
    • draught — and this he did from a human skull. The meaning of this was
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    • subject a little further than did H.P. Blavatsky in
    • Centaur Chiron did this for Prometheus. He was suffering from an
    • But also in the mysteries it was so portrayed that the candidate for
    • mode of life. He did not make inventions or discoveries as we do. He
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    • sacrifices brought by Cain did not please him because the birth of
    • did nothing to stop them, because he wished to destroy Hiram. The
    • invulnerable to the flames. Hiram did as he was advised and came to
    • kind of Elohim did not remain static with the union of wisdom and
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    • candidate into occult knowledge. I will now describe what happens to
    • These three things are most strictly required from every candidate
    • kind of frame is held in front of the candidate. through which he is
    • Were the candidate to reveal it, his connection with Freemasonry,
    • symbolise how it will be for the candidate if he betrays the
    • same when the candidate falls. When he thinks he has fallen into a
    • Warden, deem you the candidate worthy of forming part of our
    • candidate's eyes and he sees himself in an illuminated chamber. Then
    • actually carried out in practice on the candidate himself. He who
    • metal objects — is that the candidate should not retain about his
    • candidate must then take the oath. Everything about him is horrible,
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    • entirely on the candidate himself.
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    • most vivid colours by way of example, if the candidate to whom
    • it directs the candidate along the path of grace and portrays it as a
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    • themselves altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to
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    • Sons of Cain did for the lower members of man's nature during the Old
    • guardians of the Ark of the Covenant, did was like a prophetic
    • as a bridge between two riverbanks. because it did not suit as a
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    • human beings did not possess before the midpoint of our earth
    • eternally. This is the etheric body of the Chela [the candidate for
    • this kind of thrusting down did not take place. A man must
    • Thus did
    • the inner Word become alive in the apostles; thus did it spread its
    • mind when they said, somewhat as Heraclitus did: If, in escaping from
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    • This meant that they did not merely embrace the ordinary bourgeois
    • spiritual, if occult backgrounds did not come into play from another
    • present-day bodily organs, how did they originate? Through those
    • because they did not use
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    • fertilised, and what was it that did the fertilising, in the one
    • towards the female. Only later did the male sex follow. Now we must
    • did the fertilising principle in the woman then have, which on the
    • given over to man. When did the word come to be lost? When the system
    • so. Only when the connection with higher worlds was lost did the
    • the priestly wisdom did indeed have to fade away. What can happen
    • induction of women in such Adoption Lodges of the male Freemasons did
    • What must be pointed to as the beginning of theosophy did indeed thus
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    • had previously been female did not all subsequently take on the
    • that reason. However the woman did eat and gave to the man. The man
    • cannot produce offspring out of herself as she did before. The
    • Hiram's apprentices are discontented because he did not promote them
    • woman. Thus did the Cult of Mary spring out of monasticism. This came
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    • The man in question represented a major department; but he did not
    • tell the story, a colleague did. He went on to relate that while he
    • custom, he did not relate — the figure did not walk. (It is indeed
    • humanity was in primeval times bestowed on the candidate for
    • Mystery candidate was gradually initiated. Now we can also understand
    • sordid fantasies when they understand these symbols in an impure
    • What did
    • who know something of the Rosicrucian mysteries — as for example did
    • through wisdom, beauty and strength, so too did beings who do not
    • world-embracing ideas. The great artists did not invent their topics,
    • the rebirth of the old good and splendid Freemasonry, however
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    • carriage. The man did this and had hardly run back with
    • The next day she did not come down to breakfast. her maid
    • sing louder and louder, but yet I did not deafen the
    • corporeal as you, and with closed eyes. I did not want to
    • did not love him was not in your power to change. That
    • and I did not accompany her. The birth of a son tore me
    • understand why I did not make enquires about the unhappy,
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    • the word he was an objective human being. He did not think
    • picture, he really entered into the world; he did not
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    • didn't incarnate again into the Central European population.
    • a new birth than did the American Indian souls; it involved
    • themselves to be sucked into this embodiment which they did not
    • Christian soul but who did not become a Christian, while living
    • even so, as we did with the nose, look at the soul qualities
    • did not breathe through our human life directly. Added to this
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    • written to the relevant editor, and the editor actually didn't
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    • naive, way did Haeckel look upon the animal world. In him also existed
    • is thus connected with his latent talent for painting. He did not conduct
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    • that did not so much arrive at it in naive fashion, for example, Goethe
    • will be unable to see the spiritual worlds the way Swedenborg did. It
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    • twist by saying that I did previously present things from the materialistic
    • immediate intercourse of man's social life. I did so on the same basis
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    • kind, and that even if they did not awaken in Jesus the idea of
    • evolution? What did the magi from the East desire when they
    • Easter mystery — so did Christ Jesus pass through birth
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • explain what is explained here in such a way. He did never need
    • he did not yet possess the ability to see it. Hence, spiritual
    • figures, who is not content to say like a bad didactic poet
    • human being did not have this soul property or did not
    • how it is useful. Truly, if someone did not have this soul
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    • researcher said: what the elohim did must be due to a side
    • centuries, one did not criticise the Bible in reality. The
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    • question that interests here is this: did really research,
    • They did not accept that the confidence and the ideas of the
    • did the first three evangelists become more and more the
    • human being did not yet have the inferring force of his today's
    • once. The memory did not stop in old far-off past, not in
    • ours, which one had to do. According to what did one act in
    • you find that the human beings did not act after commandments.
    • after his type. How did Abraham, Isaac and Jacob act? They
    • one did no longer have the spiritualised instinct of action.
    • gave Moses the law, the commandments because one did no longer
    • be a sin against this impulse if one did not live researching.
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    • to humankind. The mere number seven remained. One did not know
    • they did not find gold at last. Hence, one must not disagree
    • However, everybody can examine impartially, if only he did not
    • then downwards. However, one did not see the remaining. Ellmore
    • long time ago. However, he did not yet calculate the thinking.
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    • organism if he did not do anything that is in certain ways in
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    • themselves did not catch the illness, but they infected the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • got to know people who did not understand to give life any
    • actually, grew. He did not have enough money to take part in
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    • correctly than some modern people did: what the human being
    • thinking did not proceed in the head, but in the things inside.
    • to be undertaken. Goethe did not allow that. It was a
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • restrains these, harmony and order come into being. If he did
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • own way. However, they did not yet appear there, but because a
    • science considers life. He did not much care about his
    • However, one did not easily find a way to penetrate into the
    • practical sense appertained to him. As a lawyer, he did not
    • example, for Goethe. How did it happen that Goethe connected
    • This did no longer apply to the times in which Faust lived.
    • grasped by spirits who did not understand them who saw in them
    • what had, however, a deep sense. One did all kinds of stuff
    • studied the writings of the mystics with hot endeavours did not
    • show!” Goethe did not yet understand these deep words at
    • century. One did no longer know how Lucifer and Ahriman differ,
    • one did not differentiate in particular. However, Goethe faced
    • Goethe felt these two powers in his soul. Goethe did not yet
    • externally, as we did it today, leads into the depths of the
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    • realistically; and he did this.
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    • do everything he wants. Thus, it happened that he did his
    • this cultural trend, Nietzsche positioned himself. How did he
    • myth creation and art. Nietzsche did not know this. He thought
    • should do; he did not ask whether it is right or wrong. Only a
    • Then he did something as an academician. He had experienced the
    • confused, because he did not know the objective Richard Wagner
    • never find the way to the everyday immediately. He did not know
    • only to a lesser extent. Nietzsche did not have this
    • consciousness; he did not recognise Christianity properly. Why
    • could happen that he did not find the right answer to his
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    • when the human being did not yet have physical existence, when
    • although they did not have the complete knowledge — had a
    • When did Osiris rule over the human beings? When the human
    • human being who did not withdraw from the physical-sensuous
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    • being has become a self-conscious being. When did the human
    • told who did not yet have the entire self-consciousness? We can
    • process where the human being did not need so much oxygen. When
    • objects. The human being did not see the exterior surfaces of
    • into himself, did not find a self there, he found, if he looked
    • thereby had to feel something that the oriental peoples did not
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    • everywhere the candidate was brought in such situations by
    • this spiritual world did not appear to him as the highest.
    • did by the Christ impulse. Let us go again back to the old
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • sustain it forever if the sound itself did not exert a certain calming
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    • times did bring about many cures. But because the musical element comes
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    • the forms of oriental architecture, which really did transpose music
    • The Greek culture did
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    • through it in a different form than we did at first.
    • can we, but we evaluate everything we did the previous day in
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    • atheism) any more seriously than did the man who exclaimed “As
    • to show you how he did it. He makes a fairly thorough job of it. He
    • infinitely smaller. But the fact is that Faust did come into being in
    • its entirety! Now did this happen because the good Goethe — not
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    • to regard every least thing he did as conditioned by necessity. Then
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    • had been born early enough, he would have seen to it that people didn't
    • become objective there. Exactly so did this will element, this raying
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    • Kant.” He did not just write a
    • It is true that Mauthner didn't indicate that Christianity had to be
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    • though he who stated it did so in a thoroughly ironic spirit.
    • physical body, did not become part of it at the person's death. They
    • than did their husbands, for Frau Professor Schleiden was a bit envious
    • did.
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    • sense as Pythagoras did. With him, the worldview should
    • even if they did not always ascend to that
    • if he did not use the words theosophical and antisophical. He
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    • particular Goethe and Schiller themselves, did not accept as
    • Even if spiritual science did not yet exist
    • the soul. Goethe did not feel this way. However, he realised
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    • experience this ego if you did not carry death in your body.
    • did not walk thinking through the world if we could not form
    • did not have the impulses to do this or that, to accomplish
    • form thoughts from your inner activity if your brain did not
    • brilliantly, belletristically than Max Müller, who did it
    • inside? Would you like to argue that you did not wish even on
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    • between birth and death. If the body did not carry out its duty
    • Aristotle absolutely. He did not yet know that this is a
    • which we must become, if we did anything wrong, for example. We
    • questions of life. Indeed, also others did this. Nevertheless,
    • the soul of the Greek philosopher Heraclitus who did deep looks
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    • His omniscience; or He did not want to create it
    • farther than Plotinus did and to fathom the undergrounds of
    • did not answer because one was reluctant to exceed this
    • did not become a materialist, was Philipp Mainländer
    • resources and did not daze them with materialistic
    • Mainländer is a man who did not impress his contemporaries
    • which Schopenhauer and others did not draw, and died by suicide
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    • itself still in the intellectual or mind soul, did not yet feel
    • overpowering that the human soul did not dare to think anything
    • was strong in him. The soul did not give up its faith in a
    • the view of nature, as Voltaire did. Kant was devoted to the
    • Voltaire did not yet have what Kant had to
    • and will properly appreciate what he did to understand the
    • the heaven even splendidly in a certain respect -, in
    • the spiritual worlds in another way than Voltaire did. Voltaire
    • Voltaire than a quotation that he did about Corneille (Pierre
    • it was in Switzerland where he did so many
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    • Therefore, they did not have the force
    • earthly human development. Even if they did not had spiritual
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    • into the elements splendidly where Helen should originate where
    • does not arrive at a satisfying life. He did not know a
    • beings did not cope with the monkeys that had become human
    • Hamerling did not want to go among the
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    • that Aghor Babu was a hard taskmaster. He did not rule us with
    • but also when he points out that another teacher actually did
    • continues, “Even when reprimanding us he did not shout at
    • did not happen in his case. I will leave it to you to interpret
    • that speech came from the entire human being. I did not have
    • did not particularly disturb me. But an amputated leg, which was
    • — that his poor education did not seem to harm his
    • harm? For did Tagore not demonstrate that despite this, he was
    • heart did not exist three hundred years ago, nor will it be
    • all he did was “crow with esthetic delight.”
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    • however, language did not arise exclusively according to the
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    • permitting failed candidates to retake their exams after a
    • certain period of time. Gregor Mendel did so and again failed
    • failed candidates were sometimes hired as teachers, and so
    • Gregor Mendel did finally become a high school teacher,
    • to his name. Successful exam candidates usually write these
    • Unfortunately, we do not act today as the Greeks did, for we
    • candidates are doomed to fail their exams.
    • practical side of life — all of our candidates for the
    • against human nature if we did not include bookbinding and
    • successful candidates could not take up professional positions
    • certain hard facts did not offer relief from such anxieties;
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    • That is what Newton did with the colors.
    • credulous, they believe everything that is taught. Goethe did
    • Well, Goethe did not get down to it
    • doing anything. He just did something else. So the time became
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    • — But he did not go on
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    • programs but only flows out of pædagogy and didactics. The
    • — out of pædagogy and didactic in a certain area of
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    • — for the living nature of time. They did not speak of a line
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    • nothing at all of ourselves, if we did not in age look back to what
    • temporal course of life through death if it did not so take place. In
    • imparted to men a supersensible knowledge, so that they did not themselves
    • so that they did not get the horrors, But the times have passed in which
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    • time, these and similar soul-capacities did not really belong to that
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    • whom they had a spiritual mission. Thus the people did not receive into
    • beginning of our epoch did Christ say this; if we noisy open our souls
    • of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; he did not know why he
    • protector in life, shields you, helps you still, through powers he did
    • through him. Truly our Movement would not reach its goal if it did not
    • that I speak in the same sense as he did when I add a few words to his,
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    • know what they themselves were to be on the Earth; they did not know
    • relationship to the Christ. These souls did not think of Christ as
    • turn to the Jewish people. Did the Jews know Christ? I am not speaking
    • the true Christian sense ancient Judaism had Christ, only it did not
    • were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea; and did all
    • eat the same spiritual meat and did all drink the same spiritual drink:
    • Moses himself did not recognize Him; Moses thought He was another. That
    • How did the
    • and fire He appeared and was active, but never did it occur to the
    • waters, appears in its purest original form in the human soul. Why did
    • the Old Testament we have the Christ. There He worked, but men did not
    • recognize Him. How did the Christ work? Do we not see how He worked,
    • from which Jehovah spoke to him. Moses did not descend into the depths
    • of his own soul; he did not ask in lonely meditation: ‘How does
    • result in the words: The Will of the Lord was given to men; but men did
    • came to the candidates for initiation in the Mysteries. But when we
    • Through these Mysteries Christ worked upon the heathen world. Why did
    • and candidates for initiation, to work upon us, it is Wisdom. To the
    • heathen Wisdom, may we not express it in the words: If he did not go
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    • to the fact that it is not a mere legend, but that Christ actually did
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    • did Christ die, why did the Godhead die, in a human body?’
    • the rays of light if our eye did not set itself up against the ray of
    • Jordan. Whence did Christ come? He came from those spheres which had
    • shows itself to us only from the external side. If it did not show
    • Christ; for out of the primal cosmic home of the soul did Christ
    • did Pythagoras; but even if his soul does not live outside the body he
    • were to fight against this that he did not wish to receive Christ into
    • divine aim of the earth. Christ did not come into the world and pass
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • fact that in the earliest centuries of Christianity gnosticism did indeed
    • or fourth century did these begin to fade in the West. But then there
    • Only in the fifteenth century did it begin slowly to rise again; by
    • to refute this. Not everyone saw through these things, but some did.
    • Those who did see through them did not face them honestly. A primitive
    • fifteenth century. Then an ascent began again, but it did not get beyond
    • worked the most honestly, the Scholastics, did not use the intellect
    • them to formulate religious revelations. Only thereafter did there rise
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 4: Contrasting Principles of Ancient and Modern Initiation
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    • observations of the external world, however clairvoyant, did not lead
    • stages, which could and did have a particular preparatory influence
    • world of the stars; and in those ancient times he did that much more
    • He felt that his being did not end with his fingertips, the tips of
    • we may regard the Mystery rites, varying as they did among the different
    • born through Christianity. Nevertheless, the man of old did find his
    • in the senses. To be sure, Goethe did not develop it very far. I have
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 5: The Change in the Human Soul Constitution
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    • did so from the standpoint of the ancient Egypto-Chaldean science. Even
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 6: Transformation of the Human Being in the Course of Evolution
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    • and what external science has discovered is exactly what did become
    • symbolically before their eyes. There did occur, however, more and more
    • did not describe her as the ancient Greek poets had described her, but
    • only the first elements, but he did provide the method. As I have said,
    • at one form. Just as Goethe did not stop at the blossom or at the green
    • is introduced that in Brunetto Latini's time did not need to be experienced.
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • did not only want to use Sundays, then your soul would be so attuned
    • “Love your enemy,” and of splendid social reforms, but who
    • of their lords and masters. They did not know that these lords and masters,
    • dare to say: ‘We did not know this. We did not wish it.’
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    • immediately received a letter asking whether I did not know that reincarnation
    • gone quite well. But they did not go that way: he became a so-called
    • were prepared for the end of czardom. Now how did it ever come about
    • leaders did, they have something that enables them to work with tremendous
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    • from all human relationships. The problem I am pointing out here did
    • way my wife did for the last time on Sunday, July 25, in the
    • makes it impossible for us to encounter you again in the way my wife did
    • actually did not warrant my involvement. At least where the well-being
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    • for something other than our teachings. After all, she did not need
    • not able to express my need, and Dr. Steiner made it clear that he did
    • not want to hear about it.” It's true that I did not want to hear
    • about it, but I did respond. You cannot just avoid things like that
    • way the very thing that was oppressing me. Perhaps Dr. Steiner did not
    • did not happen the way she dreamed it would, and has nothing better
    • to. This is what I had to say, although I did not want to. I cannot
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • or did not eat certain foods. It might occur to them to eat salt one
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    • the same laws as it did when it was united with that soul. Instead,
    • taking its place in the world just as the Copernican system did, so
    • course the way they did in earlier, similar cases, we will get nowhere.
    • he did later on in spite of having been expelled.
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • then did the spiritual worlds become accessible to him. Swedenborg,
    • the realization that the beings from the hierarchy of the Angeloi did
    • splendid seer in his own way, can help us correct some fundamental errors
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    • did not know her and her fear of others affecting her aura. However,
    • she did not want to come into contact with.
    • she once heard someone she didn't know call out the name Persephone
    • consciousness? Why did he carry a mode of perception appropriate to
    • the physical plane up into the spiritual world, to which he really did
    • that he did not just see illusions. He did not just see maya —
    • Obviously, Swedenborg did not perceive these beings from Mars with his
    • saw, but did not recognize them by means of any higher forces. He recognized
    • purpose. What was this energy that enabled Swedenborg to see as he did?
    • How did they do it? Simply
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 6: The Concept of Love as it Relates to Mysticism
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    • people of those times didn't talk about the Copernican system.
    • did not know much about love except what they looked up in books of
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • fact that the science of the last decades did not induce those
    • one did not hesitate to attribute to it also that in some
    • space. But no mystic said this, one did not say this in a
  • Title: Human History: Lecture II: Death and Immortality
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    • to remind you of one thing. There were times when one did not
    • mistakes.” Nevertheless, this idea did not let single
    • that life can go downward, that death can be! Since if it did
  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • them. — Because Paracelsus did not confine himself to the
    • being placed in nature, and did not intellectually but
    • one did; maybe call charlatanism what he did. Nevertheless,
    • often cheated him out of his fee; then he went on and did not
    • example; but he did not win his case at the Basel court:
    • played a part. Why did Goethe resort to Faust?
    • went directly to the book of nature. This trait did a big
    • it, but there had to be something for him, why he did not do
    • it. Why did he not do it?
    • experiences it in an age which Paracelsus did not reach in the
    • spirit did no longer stream immediately like an aroma into the
    • world system. Because he did not trust in the senses, he could
    • together with nature as Paracelsus did but while he turns away
    • a juvenile way and did not belong to the “extremely clean
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VII: The Prophet Elijah
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    • this spirit. However, one did not surely know how this worked
    • outer reality who was the bearer of this spirit. King Ahab did
    • the other human beings did not know where that man was in whom
    • there, but one did not know where. Since such prophets, such
    • again, the king did not worry about it. Jezebel knew it, but
    • she did not inform Ahab about her secret at first. She kept it
    • mostly to the misery of that time, also to hunger. He did not
    • him in the described way, and he did not turn away his thoughts
    • the vision that the flour container and the oil jug did not
    • although he did not know that he was his neighbour, as if the
    • However, what did Elijah-Naboth know from
    • Mount Carmel. She said, I shall do that to Elijah what he did
    • an important action. Since she did not want this action but the
    • wanted to do the same as he did to the 450 priests of Baal.
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    • and spiritual science. But now this did not happen that way.
    • indeed, which did not comply with the forms of these animal
    • generally shifted. Why did it happen that the naturalists
    • why this view did not seem scientific, one must answer: it
    • mammals did not yet exist. It is interesting that Klaatsch
    • the human spiritual-mental did not yet depend on finding a
    • time, but we would have to set our origin much later. Did now
    • being with ego-consciousness did not yet come about. When then
    • because they did not embody themselves in
    • animal forms did.
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    • remained in wholly spiritual worlds who did not descend to the
    • how did gnosis imagine this descent of a wholly spiritual being
    • science did not feel called to penetrate into those impulses
    • means. — Not because the opposite can be proved that he did not
    • if you did historic research unless the ideas, which squeeze in
    • that it did not at all exist in ancient times. Whereas today
    • beings realised latest, so that they did not have a notion in
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • animal realm logic, inner reasonableness did not exist.
    • imagination. It did not resemble something animal even if it
    • and if the human being did his work, he was aware that a god
    • prove that something gradually appeared that did not exist in
    • everywhere. — He did not behold an ego in this
    • Medusa. What did he behold? Chrysaor is the image that the
    • the ancient Indian did not yet generally feel the difference of
    • the material and the spiritual when he looked at nature. He did
    • not yet see the spiritual separated from the material, he did
    • of human history, did not enable the human being to be active
    • did not have before. However, he will keep this
    • humanity, which, indeed, he did not yet speak out of the
    • Why did I throw myself in the abyss of earthly being,
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • compensate in a new life on earth what it did wrongly or
    • perfect in the next life. Aristotle did not know this because
    • he did not recognise that at his time the human culture had
    • come to that point where the human being did research by the
    • his time. He did not go so far of binding the spiritual-mental
    • did not refer to retaliation in the beyond in the ethics in
    • sensory appearance, because it did not give something to
    • someone who is even greater than Copernicus is although he did
    • Copernicus did.
    • facts — this is the typical that he did not investigate outer
    • outer facts. What did Copernicus really achieve? Someone who
    • intensely studies his writings knows that he did not apply the
    • impulse, although those did not understand him who believed to
    • a peculiar way what he did at that time if we compare it to
    • believed that this action did not at all contradict his
    • the whole universe. But this view did not bring more than the
    • the Catholic Church was which did not wait until 1851 to
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XVI: Darwin and the Supersensible Research
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    • who did not familiarise himself with the current ideas, which
    • and did not run outwardly. But he also examined brains of
    • certain irregularities were that the lobes did not completely
    • spiritual sense as Goethe did it, that the creative, prevailing
    • of facts. One did not let the view be clouded by any kind of
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    • the only one in Germany ,who did not belong to a council and who did
    • had reached a definite stage, his works did not become waste paper,
    • absorbed by the barbarians of the North, who did not possess the wisdom
    • which did not come from the social structure itself, but which entered
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    • order, a workman in Germany did the work of four of five men together,
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    • the scientific development. He did not underestimate the
    • recognise itself as spirit. He did not succeed; he only got to
    • in this ground. We could not go if the ground did not resist.
    • this weaving in the thought if it did not face that into which
    • rough-material reality with a world of pictures, and did not
    • Gustav Theodor Fechner connects the consideration that he did
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    • However, did they tally with each other? Both kings wanted to
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    • which did not arise to him really by speculations, not by
    • did not speculate this, but this is a result that the soul has
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    • leaves the room, one can maybe say to him, well, did you not
    • performances as far as Verworn did who says that the
    • here got to a similar result as Ziehen did, Franz Brentano
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    • that he did not yet get around to informing the matter in a
    • prove that this direction did not want to stay at only
    • and to what splendid heights we have attained at last.
    • have attained splendid heights. There one can trap, I would
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • because he adhered to scientific prejudices. Because he did not
    • he did not realise that one would never come just to any
    • did not yet exist. It had not yet emerged from the different
    • Eduard von Hartmann who did not get away from the physical
    • nature shone by the sun did not face those who form a world
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    • there. I did not feel embarrassed to answer to the man
    • and because he did not pursue such lines of thought further,
    • tried to recognise in such a way as I did how the spirit lives
    • enlightened heads stopped at Kant and did not find the way from
    • something spiritual is even if he did not become aware of it.
    • soul. Since one did not yet advance to the beholding
    • has only raved. With Fichte, one can realise that he did not
    • as Robert Zimmermann did. There you find a scrub of thoughts in
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture I: The Nature of Spiritual Science and Its Significance for the Present
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    • organisation from the human one. Goethe did not want to admit
    • educational means. Questions did not yet arise to the human
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    • did not work on us during sleep. We are returned to ourselves
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    • remark which I did — we see afterward how just in
    • Grimm, such an intimate beholder of Goethe, did not want to
    • imagination, in its workings. On the other side, he did not
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    • father; the father was glad if he did not need to look after
    • The other of the candidates was in the reverse case. Hence,
    • standing there splendidly that the principles of space are
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    • were already done in our time, which, however, did not meet
    • experienced typically. Laistner did not advance to spiritual
    • the influence of his clairvoyant talent. He did not feel such
    • way the ancient human being did not feel the soul as something
    • Egyptians did not have: Moses's inspiration with the human ego
    • fire that he did not burn. There the world spirit revealed
    • itself to Moses in new way as it did reveal itself to the
    • but it did not find the transition from the abyss which opened
    • did not only live in the spiritual, but that the people was got
    • the facts of nature, did no longer know based on the
    • with the physical conditions as Moses did. The Egyptians were a
    • doom because it did no longer fit into the new time.
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    • Who did his studies in this time knows that one applied this
    • know if he did not know it from other things that this
    • hear organ tone, and I smell rose smell. If he did not know
    • What Du Bois-Reymond said there did not completely comply with
    • Haeckel did to overcome the theory of the general heat death.
    • ask, did the human being already exist, when earth and sun
    • one searched the natural causes. -- How did Liebig (Justus von
    • Mayer did the strange dictum: I exclaim wholeheartedly, a right
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • that time, Darwinism did not yet exist, but under the
    • The natural sciences did not draw the consequence that the
    • scientific discoveries did not have to lead in themselves
    • (2) How did the first movement come into being in this resting
    • (3) How did life originate within the moved matter?
    • look. What one did not understand is the origin of feeling and
    • It did not produce tools from the things of the outside world
    • and did not establish states. Its activity was still directed
    • primeval times. This did not originate mentally only by
    • spiritual principle. However, he has not yet found it, he did
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    • Where from did this struggle come? It did not come from nature.
    • how nicely and splendidly the plant and the animal realms
    • pyramids were built, there an army of slaves did the work the
    • what they did when they atrophied the consciousness of
    • realm, an entire, all-embracing peace will be. The struggle did
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • be there if one did not perceive it? Would I not stand also in
    • necessary; it does not deepen the human being, as splendid as
    • become another human being at first. He did not get a book, not
    • instead of in Berlin, and if you did not live at the beginning
    • self-knowledge to a human being did not mean idle examining of
    • But what did he see? He saw — miracle of miracles —
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    • and he did not have the consciousness that his life could be
    • way in some cases! One asked the gentleman whether he did not
    • network, this development of the human mind did not keep
    • who did not work, that he had to leave his office and go far
    • the social life from his point of view: a candid look for the
    • human luck, which this progress brings. He had a candid look
    • What did Robert Owen lack? He himself had to admit: knowledge
    • this approach did not make the human being dizzy, but
    • creation one did not count on them. May a benevolent providence
    • development came only from the fact that the human beings did
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • nobody doubts today did not come from a practitioner. The
    • Nietzsche appear as pathological phenomena. He did that so
    • you must ask yourselves, did the women not have any influence
    • that the views have changed. At that time, one did not believe
    • as one did not think that anything about life and immortality
    • so many matters than Blavatsky did. The two immense volumes of
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • the modern civilised human being a civilised human being, did
    • not yet exist. The Atlantean race did not yet have these
    • generally based on his memory. He did not know what we call law
    • or rule. He did not calculate in such a way that he knew a
    • multiplication table; indeed, he did not know this. His memory
    • many. He did not count, but he kept it in his memory. His
    • dream consciousness. It was brighter than this, but it did not
    • spiritual science shows us that a being did not originate from
    • matter. The passion did not create this matter, but the former
    • of our race. However, our own forms did not look like that
    • behind got to conditions, which they did not stand. Hence, they
    • time in which memory did no longer function in such a way, as
    • already tend to the reason. The Atlantean did not at all talk,
    • current that did not progress so far which came maybe only to
    • lifted the veil of the goddess of Sais. However, what did he
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • we did not assume that researchers are behind the statements of
    • One did not speak in this religion of a transcendent god at
    • all, one did not speak about anything that is beyond the world,
    • which was vague and obscure. However, this perception did not
    • brown colours in him. He did not yet grasp realities with
    • himself, which made him dreamy in his soul and did not make it
    • it. Buddha did not speak out of his imagination but out of his
    • anything was therein that did not be in accordance with the
    • of the supersensible, as those did who originally created the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • What did fraternity achieve in the human evolution? We only
    • possessed. For one did not want to possess anything that the
    • the market places and the prices were controlled. What did this
    • which one really did. If ever it was shown once that one can be
    • Where from did they get their strength? From the fact that they
    • simply would perish if they did not do in Rome as the Romans
    • do, if they did not fight this struggle for existence as
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IX: Inner Development
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    • occupation. If the postmen did not carry away the letters, the
    • organs who says to us what he did to develop the organs. Who
    • conditions and our material time did not strike back so much
    • to lift the veil of the goddess of Sais. — But what did
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture X: Christmas as Symbol of the Sun's Victory
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    • druids. What did one celebrate there?
    • did not feel this decreasing and increasing of the days
    • did one call the initiate of the sixth degree a sun hero? Who
    • What did one imagine what happened in the soul of such a hero
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • Where from did all that come? Humanity would never have come so
    • introduced order and coherence into humanity. Where from did
    • wisdom? What did this wisdom consist of? — One led the
    • one understands them in the right sense; they did not originate
    • initiates experienced in the mysteries. Now, one did no longer
    • could believe even if one did not behold. That understands the
    • Christianity, we have to consider that Christ did not speak
    • That did not exist in the pre-Christian times. Try to realise
    • fourth epoch. What did humanity perform in the third epoch? The
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • river mud. One thought this generally. One did not have the
    • Western hearts and fulfilled them with bliss. Did Christ not
    • generate it and did it not exist in Christ? Was it not brought
    • being did not have the physical, he could not get the mental
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    • revelation. One tells of him that he did no longer want to be a
    • before ancient times in which our earth still did not look like
    • the gods and human beings, but did not complete it at that
    • it; if the plant realm did not exist, I would not be.
    • What did they do with the human realm?
    • did. That is not right with which spiritual science is
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • death. One cannot express that more appropriately than he did
    • did not connect, actually, anything real with the word spirit
    • one as the world of the gods. He did not call that which the
    • of some forces of nature. The Greek did not understood it
    • associated with the gods in the schools. The mystery pupil did
    • from an ancient spiritual life. He did not go as far as
    • Dionysian, on the other side. What did Nietzsche mean with
    • Dionysus disciples did not only speak of the god, but lived the
    • supernatural figures which did not show only what happens in
    • Dionysus did not only have this function with it, because the
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    • develop this thought. He did not yet know spiritual science.
    • darker. However, the human being did not perceive immediate
    • that time, he did not have the present clear consciousness. He
    • goes back in the past. What did the people experience whose
    • very painful for those who did not prepare themselves before.
    • Indeed, he did not think and act as an animal, but the lower
    • in him. The ego did not yet have senses. It still lived an
    • did not yet belong to the spiritual world. They were soul
    • Æsir. The original Germanic mythology did not see anything
    • did Wotan become the great teacher of the prehistoric times?
    • of the secret doctrine at the beginning of this talk. What did
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • who say, what did Kant different from all those great spirits
    • of the 18th century. He did not represent it in the same way as
    • view to which he did not come at that time, which the
    • the personality with the thought uniquely, he did not penetrate
    • than Fichte himself did.
    • are often led to deeper worldviews. Not least, miners did deep
    • the question of reincarnation. At that time, he did not yet
    • did he see? He saw — miracle of miracles —
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    • Richard Wagner attempted the renewal of art and did not take
    • Valkyrie; someone who did not fall on the battlefield died the
    • spiritual light did not shine.
    • remain quite concealed as such. Even if one did not imprison
    • essence of Christianity. This did not yet belong to Siegfried's
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    • What did Christianity have as its elixir of life? The absolute
    • Which task did the knights have who were in the castle of the
    • wrong. Hence, he did not ask for the wounds of the king and not
    • did. Lohengrin is called a son of Parzival. That means that the
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    • he did not want to help him because karma should have its
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    • exceptionally. He did not at all understand these four members
    • those days officially as medicine. He did not want to take as
    • because one just did no longer behold what is behind the body
    • undertook big journeys. He did not want to listen to anything
    • the intuition of the ingenious human being. He did not cut the
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    • and did not see it. I say to him that I was present in the
    • evolution. As extensive, splendid, and applicable to everything
    • on the fourth day of creation. He did not see this original
    • did no longer behold the world clairvoyantly. The point in time
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • was not yet on a war-footing, that did not yet have its
    • But, my dear friends, in what rooms did these things
    • happen? In what manner of places did all this come about?
    • themselves did it, and men took no notice of it. That may
    • has progressed far, altogether b: itself; and men did not
    • — which is what Fichte did. Only Fichte was still
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    • these soul forces being separated. Anyone who did not
    • times, man did not dream in mysticism but had contact
    • through mystic knowledge with reality. Also, he did not
    • already no longer true. Mankind of former ages did not
    • name another similar thinker. Mach himself did not teach
    • anyone can believe, just as Mach and Avenarius did, that
    • ideas then we must not search, as Mach and Avenarius did,
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    • Tübingen professor did recently, who brought up this
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • development. In those days, one did not yet stand firmly on the
    • occult-scientific attitude did not prevail.
    • theosophy or spiritual science. What did those want who lived
    • to look at — the performances of the Colosseum! What did they
    • these pictures in our soul, we ask ourselves, how did the
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • had who only did not go so far. With it, it was connected
    • Du Bois-Reymond did not
    • survey the matters and did not know at all, why one assumes
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    • different times and people did, body, soul and mind of the
    • from Friedrich Albert Lange. Other researchers did not dare to
    • research in such a way, as if a concept of the soul did not
    • the scholars did not take seriously, who was not only a poet
    • did not know many a thing that we know today. We have learnt a
    • In what way did we get to
    • the ordinary human mind. I did it without taking into account
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    • and the light? He did not know the sun and the light before.
    • existed. However, one did not speak about that publicly. What
    • such higher worlds pursued, so to speak, secretly? Why did one
    • did the great Plato write above his school? He wrote that
    • higher fields. A German philosopher did it, not sufficiently
    • but fundamentally and profoundly, but one did not understand
    • describe never did take place, but that what it shows has
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VI: The So-Called Dangers of Initiation
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    • if many human beings of our time did not refrain from this or
    • from that if they did not do that or this out of selfishness
    • The man said in those days, he did not want to go among the
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    • expired epoch, did not get tired stressing again and again that
    • made his dogs to play at dominoes; if a domino did not match,
    • parents did not train them anyhow. It is in such a way that,
    • together and could hunt again collectively. Then one did
    • see everything. Because he could not see it, he did not find
    • these instincts for certain reasons, the animal did not have
    • descendants. Those, which did something suitable, survived the
    • had found the other possibility. In what way did it find this
    • changeability. It did not bring down itself with its longing
    • hardened sooner than the human bodies did. In the ancient
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    • did change these conditions. Hence, one can also not believe
    • actually, through the world? How did he study it? How did he
    • found another colony. Again, he did it in such a way that he
    • had to realise that those who did not have diligence and
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    • remaining world. One did not think of bones, muscles and
    • did very wrong by him concerning his theory of colours. The
    • did not reflect themselves in the human eye and did not delight
    • the lunar forces did not paralyse them. Thus, we see the spirit
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    • man did completely forget that he himself turned the crank! He
    • did not consider at all that this is quite impossible without
    • did not exist materially at first, also not as an etheric body,
    • being who did not come along. These are the backward brothers,
    • soul at first. If I did not pronounce them, they would not
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    • are condemned who did not die an honourable death in the
    • learn from this fact that it did not contradict the piety of
    • beings gradually which then Redi did: life can originate only
    • existence. The hell did not always control Niflheim. The good
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    • as I have did. One has also not spoken different in the primary
    • supersensible world. I did not mean it different when I
    • the stenographer did not write down apparently in which Rudolf
    • Steiner probably explained that Chwolson did not understand
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    • How did I fall into this error? If today they face this question, the
    • to modern humanity. Its Government did not understand how to give the
    • through that, or of undergoing cataclysms and revolutions. It did not
    • able to think differently from the way one did four-and-a-half years
    • the Empire did not accept this task it has never been understood why
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    • who now run it, we as proletarians. Formerly you did it, now it is for
    • that we are good and splendid, priding ourselves that we are better
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    • no way to the Christ, contented itself with Jesus. What did the proletariat
    • the statements like he did. This Jesus-theory is the final result of
    • looked after. The State, however, did not look after the proletarian,
    • For example, with what did bourgeois meetings in middle Europe begin
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    • between the States. They did not take effect within the individual States
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    • thought. But he did not consider the idea in the reality; he considered
    • just by Spiritual Science. Here, it is true, we have to rise as did
  • Title: The Karma of the Individual and the Collective Life of Our Time, Goethe
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    • did in later life, whereby he became so important for
    • long as he did; but this great soul-force also consumed the
    • This connection did not exist in Schiller. He therefore
    • How, then, did it come about that Goethe, who was so near and
    • that he could still withdraw — how did it come about that
    • of Weimar. Goethe was called from Frankfort to Weimar. What did
    • Minister and did a great deal of laborious work that
    • Goethe's time spiritual science did not yet exist); it could
    • rebirth. He did indeed bring all that had arisen within him in
    • ‘Spirit sublime, didst freely give me all,
    • Thy countenance in fire didst turn upon me.
    • This glorious Nature thou didst for my kingdom give,
    • A cold astonished visit didst alone
    • As in the bosom of a friend, didst grant me.
    • in Italy. The scene ‘Spirit sublime, didst freely give me all’
    • ‘Woodland and Cave:’ ‘Spirit sublime, didst freely give me
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    • has of his environment where it is spiritual. What then did
    • quite another way. What did he experience in this way?
    • subconscious, with these poor fellows who did not know what
    • dreaming. Only Goethe did not experience it thus
    • hung up their medicine on a peg as Schiller did, and (since
    • Jena did not really learn what they needed to learn at
    • Compared to such work as Goethe did in his Faust or
    • he really did make shoes for the brave men of Görlitz) and
    • beautiful. But the schoolmaster did not think so. Boehme, he
  • Title: Insertion of Early Human Destiny into Extraterrestial Relationships
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    • freedom to-day did not do so in the past. There was, however, a
    • Christmas festival did not take its course as it does to-day,
    • life. In the happy position, did I say? ... I might equally
    • stunted if an insight into these matters did not now arise. The
    • — for he did create elemental spirituality in the
    • above-described sense — did not sever itself from man.
    • (Did not St. Paul already say, What men hold wise is often
    • another one who did not want to put money in his purse but
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    • Spir come to experience the world the way he did? If we look for an
    • latter with Russian characteristics. He did not learn German till he
    • that these people no doubt did think, but thoughts do not lead to certainty.
    • 1914. That the 1914 war did not break out already in 1909 hung on a
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    • It really did happen that the Being from whom the Jahve-force issued
    • it did not have an aspect which externally is imperceptible and therefore
    • did not exist for man before the Mystery of Golgotha. In ancient times
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    • Herman Joachim thought and did, but it was carried and enhanced by the
    • just who it is that joins their ranks.” Herman Grimm did not intend
    • of soul. When Olga von Sivers devoted herself to such matters she did
    • work in the noblest sense, permeating all she did with the fruits of
    • someone who, though she did not belong to this branch, I would nevertheless
    • did appear here and will be known to many of you: our Johanna Arnold
    • in her branch and neighbouring circles. She did in fact, together with
    • our movement did Johanna Arnold give evidence of her strong vigorous
    • did not share his view; they presumed the mountain had originated through
    • Goethe did pave the way
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    • consciousness is drawn together. Did not the Christ have to lead Jesus
    • stream into mankind? Indeed, it did! And death is also that moment when
    • Such circumstances did not prevail everywhere, but in one place the
    • did he would have to tell his audience that the purpose of life is to
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    • gives splendid opportunity for ahrimanic beings to take possession of
    • such things did not happen to the same extent in events of a similar
    • fact remains that the Berlin Academy of Science did award it the prize.
    • fact that he never had a thought worthy of the name did nothing to diminish
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    • was subdued, spiritual beings did still enter into man's will, into
    • sudden revelation. The reason was because he did have a dim knowledge,
    • has met him in direct experience, can speak as Luther did. Moreover
    • the way Luther did, is to set oneself free. What Luther says can seem
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    • in the depth of his soul and caused him to speak the way he did. I believe
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    • science if those concerned did not regard it as so much fantasy which
    • may have succeeded but it did not. Today we again find ourselves within
    • attempt. Whether things would then take their course as they did when
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture I
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    • religious ceremonies. People in these ancient mysteries did the
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    • However, Indian yogis knew about it whenever they did their
    • conscious breathing exercises. They didn't feel separate from
    • people into the dew, as it were. What the priest did at
    • to a lesser extent in Asia Minor, but they didn't take hold of
    • did one look upon apocalyptic things in the first mystery
    • did one look upon the presence of divine forces in the second
    • how did one understand apocalyptic things during the third
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    • through cultic words and through everything the priest did in
    • they still spoke of Saturn men who didn't have a warmth skin
    • has to go back to what is really there, just as we did this for
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    • that the writer of such a document did not consider himself to
    • kinds of examples to show why he didn't think that the Bible
    • understanding for concrete things in those times than one did
    • out of this dreamy clairvoyance didn't think that what the day
    • religious life in a model way, and so did all the other people
    • with the existing ancient mystery culture, and they didn't try
    • received the impulses for what they did from what was said to
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    • community in Ephesus in the way that we did yesterday. We then
    • a priest did with someone who came to him with some kind of
    • aware that he was a sinner, and that he did the same with a
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    • People definitely did not look upon a series of numbers as a
    • as the course of nature is in it, the candidate for initiation
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    • that is, he didn't really want to admit that God dwells in man,
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    • evolutionary course of events; one didn't see him in an
    • so we see, if the Apocalypticer saw all of that, and he did see
    • pharaohs didn't follow each other in an accidental way, but
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    • that Christ Jesus lived on earth and did the deed on Golgotha.
    • what did the ancient mysteries really convey to initiates? They
    • mysteries didn't expect to get anything else into their etheric
    • in the earth. Now he remains there; he did his deed and he
    • doctrine also did this with the soul activities which are
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    • described oneself through what one did in a kind of
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    • The people in ancient times didn't form abstract concepts, they
    • spiritual realms than he did before with his ordinary human
    • level. They didn't want that connection or marriage of the
    • the Christ into their souls, but who didn't get to the level of
    • didn't devote themselves to them with full consciousness, so
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    • Atlantean period. It didn't have the present solid skeleton yet
    • did not doubt that this world contained divine, spiritual
    • were constituted in such a way that they didn't look at the
    • so. It stands there as a splendid physical vision in the middle
    • one did later.
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    • remember that Ahriman is smarter than human beings. Ahriman did
    • and the things they did later on are sometimes seemingly
    • many of them survived because people didn't watch their
    • if this Italian professor really did find handwritten things by
    • did something that can strike terribly deep wounds into
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    • one's environment didn't come from what was there at the time
    • solidifies moisture into ice and snow, did not always exist,
    • if it didn't create its body from the etheric elements that we
    • men did and that would have an unspeakably harmful effect on
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    • given in response to a question that I didn't know outwardly,
    • catastrophe did not occur, even though the calculation was
    • shower the comet didn't come back at all. It was a wonderful
    • However, if people did feel compelled to give in to this
    • would have been right — if comets didn't exist. People
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    • that was only because they didn't know that there are Seraphim,
    • these processes and one didn't imagine these things in a very
    • was most effective when one did things instinctively, so that
    • one didn't think in a pedagogical way at all. People were not
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    • so I didn't want to give you a theoretical exposition during
    • something about the Apocalypse I wanted to give you what I did
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    • of art further to this introductory lecture, as we did last year.
    • of America, of the art of printing. Only since that time, did humanity
    • etc., the people who did not have these concepts, when wanting to speak
    • I might say “the imaginative looking of humanity” did gradually
    • all the more into themselves out of what the sense-experience did not
    • atavistic-spiritual, world-view. This way of seeing the world did in
    • was alive the following. It did really live in his unconscious. We can
    • did, or he would paint a believer, and one might recognize in his physiognomy
    • So Raphael did not find
    • was he instructed by Julius II. Only gradually did form in him that
    • as it sounds to humanity today, people in the 9th century did not think
    • a separation of time between natural world and spiritual world did not
    • of this kind, did Pope Julius II. write this on his flag, did he pronounce
    • esoteric by with such personalities. Julius II did not have the possibility
    • Italian groups of people. This is said, of course. Julius II did not
    • Paul. What did Paul mean to him? The hero, the spiritual hero of the
    • did not succeed. This was then pushed back, and later Jesuitism was
    • occasionally did form his own words, in order to make something clear.
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    • the earlier epoch pass into the new one. What really did experience
    • there it did wait. It waited until our present age.
    • there rules a totally different spirit than did ever rule in the West,
    • Just look, how splendid
    • did not exist to bring that to expression in image form, which sounds
    • of Cologne”, there did live in him the individual urge, to bring
    • the present age. I have stressed this now, and really did stress this
    • from the South, the other did, I would like to say, come by itself out
    • Of course this did not become known widely right away, for the continuation
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture 12: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
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    • impulses which exist totally on the physical plane as did the fourth
    • never meant decoration. The Greek did not know the concept of decorating
    • did not know. The Greeks knew only forms, only expressions, which arose
    • Christian centuries means, to seek deeply for what Christianity did,
    • that of the atavistic-gnostic wisdom much was known which really did
    • magic. And that Priest who didn't cast the runes, he had the task of
    • in the manner I explained earlier. Why did Christianity allow “the
    • arises within what is material) with that, the priesthood did not get
    • the following. I did say, that in the ninth century, the Church, the
    • Papacy in Rome, still understood better than they did later, what really
    • needed to happen in the occident. I did explain from certain points
    • connected with the mystery of gold. For Christianity did not develop
    • terrible chaos [1914/15]. The people imagined that it would pass. They did
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture 13: The Changes in the Conception of Christ During a Certain Period of Time
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    • of the whole powers of the universe— thus did the Greek fashion
    • redeemed with regard to form? How can that be idealized which they did
    • type degenerated, it did not retain the august dignity that the East
    • he desired a beautiful type and this did not impress him first
    • the influence that emanated from Rome did not produce a quite different
    • fertilize his Roman mentality from the East. Now, how did an entirely
    • be reckoned with — and they did reckon with it. But that which now
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    • John or in those on the Gospel of St. Luke, certainly did
    • to-day, however deceptive they may be, did not constitute
    • Iranian did not allow him to say: maya is outspread
    • Formerly it did not manifest its bad qualities. But if
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    • essence of his whole being that it did not disperse as do
    • Individuality, they too remained intact and did not
    • and manifests in very various ways, so did Zarathustra
    • falling upon Venus, so did the wisdom of Moses absorb
    • did not know the source of his illumination. Hence he
    • faculty did not come to expression as an outdated form of
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    • being, namely the inner power of cognition. Only then did
    • itself to the influence of ,the Sun, so did the wisdom of
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    • inner realisation of the Divine-Spiritual did not
    • to this, Zarathustra did not teach men to turn away from
    • what is outwardly manifest. He did not say: everything
    • the judge. This he did, and the following day the judge
    • Gospel, to the effect that ‘Christ did not come
    • Christ Jesus did not live at the beginning of our era.
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    • attaining the saint: rank as did his predecessor, Gautama
    • divine-spiritual Being and such a Being did, in fact, lay
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    • power was far greater still. A man did not, as he does
    • was different, a name did not apply merely to an
    • ‘Noah’, for example, did not signify a single
    • name; the memory of the former individual did not carry
    • great that the parents did not recognize the boy when
    • people themselves did not want to hear it, the Gospels
    • following. — Not only did the parents notice a
    • circles either did not want to hear the truth or did not
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    • an Egyptian Initiation a candidate was being inducted
    • surrendered their own forces to the candidate for
    • candidate for Initiation could descend into the secrets
    • ascent into the Macrocosm. This He did. But from the very
    • these bodies and expand into the Macrocosm? He did this,
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    • the Greek Mysteries a candidate for Initiation had
    • undergone by the candidate in his inner life of soul.
    • experience was undergone by every pupil, every candidate
    • happened to a candidate in the ancient Mysteries and then
    • Mysteries the candidate for Initiation, having completed
    • undergone in the Mysteries by candidates for Initiation.
    • candidate for Initiation along the path leading into the
    • on the question: ‘Did Jesus live?’ —
    • the spiritual world. Such participation did not merely
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    • processes undergone by a candidate for Initiation in the
    • times during sleep. They did not, however, see what was
    • are being written in the modern age, but the Gospels did
    • words are added: ‘And His face did shine as the
    • an individual who did not, it is true, actually proclaim
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    • differed from his own, did not come to his aid.
    • separation of the Sun, not only did its material part
    • risen. Zarathustra could teach as he did because the Sun
    • compassion, of mercy. Bearing as He did the astral body
    • pass out with us when we sleep, so did they at the
    • meaning is discovered when it is known that Christ did
    • if they did they could not fail to realise that according
    • working as powerfully as He did while in the physical
    • Sun Word becomes audible, as it did to Lazarus —
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    • did not form external man out of His own sphere of power, hut
    • be snatched into that knowledge which did not work in sharp
    • the essence of the Jehovah Divinity; he did not embrace the
    • as they did in the War; but not when they investigate facts of
    • took up a really disgraceful attitude. It did indeed accept our
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    • events; nevertheless, they were real. If such a history did exist,
    • college did not allow was thoroughly swept away and what remained
    • the Gothic peoples, the Germanic, did not allow such a theological
    • things outer. The northern peoples did not see the spiritual
    • than themselves. They did not seek Christ here on the earth among
    • But wherein did these people, who
    • atavistically saw the dead living above them, wherein did these
    • abyss exists between the two. This difference did not exist in the
    • Renaissance did. To him grammar is still a real person. So, too,
    • been spiritual perceptions that did not merely edify as they
    • did in Capella's writings. They had been creative beings, and the
    • concepts out of the physical world itself, and they did not get far
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    • which Goethe did not achieve. He did reach the point of being able to
    • of the human being he did not say that it is only on the surface. He
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    • of faith in the human soul life did not develop without difficulties.
    • revelations so much that they did not wish to measure them against a
    • least, people did not believe that human knowledge was capable of
    • reason, of course, did not reach into the spiritual world. And out of
    • wisdom. Charles the Bald, and all those who thought as he did,
    • strife. When such teachings did not please parties with authority
    • Eriugena did not decide for Gottschalk's teaching but as follows: The
    • Eriugena did not write an actual refutation but in his works we have
    • the world of sense. The people of olden times certainly did not see
    • didn't have concepts and ideas as intellectual as those already
    • Imagination; with plant life he did, but got no further because
    • abstract concepts and ideas were not his strong point. Goethe did not
    • Thus did Nietzsche interpret Greek culture. And here Nietzsche merely
    • his own way. He did so in the pictures and imagery in his
    • Goethe did not care much for this kind of
    • even if he did not adhere to those Catholic dogmas, the necessity of
    • did not adhere to the Catholic dogmas of his youth, still he held to
    • Goethe didn't want to hear anything about belief or faith. Those
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    • degrees did people come to feel and be conscious of the essence and
    • body, etheric body, astral body, and the I, human consciousness did
    • basically did not live with full consciousness of the I. But it is
    • full consciousness of the I did not occur suddenly; it was taking
    • etheric, and the astral. The human being did not corrupt them
    • without clouding the dawning I consciousness of human beings. He did
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    • What did these human beings in ancient times
    • one hand and moral necessity on the other, did not exist apart. All
    • illusion, among the facts surrounding them. They did not feel it as
    • death. Only as the mystery of Golgotha approached did human beings
    • carry it through death. This is what Paul did not at first
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    • consciousness. The spiritual powers that lead the world did not
    • bodies as they did in the state between waking and falling asleep.
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    • immediately and come to the table.” This she did. After a
    • just mentioned was very skillful. He did not allow himself to
    • root. (Even Darwin, the reformer of natural science, did not do
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    • When he was asked, “What did God do before the creation
    • Thou didst thenceforth thrive ever on and on,
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    • Long, long did he sleep!
    • Then did he saddle his nimble steed,
    • Into earth's depths did I journey,
    • My black steed did not neigh,
    • And my dogs did not bark,
    • Nor did the bird of morning sing;
    • The ghostly snake did strike me,
    • The ghostly hound did bite me.
    • Bottomless did they seem.
    • Also an old man did I see,
    • Long didst thou sleep indeed ...
    • Eve, during which time he did not woke was in a sort of
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    • food. Who did not know the fashion of those who could afford it
    • with which they did not want to be present, so to speak, with
    • starting point that he did in a course of eight psychological
    • one did not want to recourse to images of imagination or dream
    • he experienced the contradiction only. However, he did not
    • emancipated from the sensory experience. However, he did not
    • have the courage to go into spiritual science; he did not
    • did not yet found spiritual science; he did not get around to
    • Brentano did not advance further than to a classification, did
    • Did
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    • did not originate in such a way as many people mean, and that
    • distinctive of anthroposophy that it did not appear anyhow in
    • the world beside or in contrast to any faith. It did not appear
    • In former times, natural sciences did not yet face the
    • necessary. Such natural sciences did not yet exist which could
    • present. Those who did such researches in former times
    • persons have appeared who did not search work in
    • did not yet exist.
    • the human being of the Middle Ages did not need the Copernican
    • worldview, he did not need anthroposophy. Today he needs it
    • the head but also of the whole soul, the religions did not
    • around who did not even have the anlage of a respectable guinea
    • says, the human beings of former times did not yet have the
    • the magnificence and power of the divine being. Copernicus did
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    • scientific concepts did not appear in the human evolution
    • with nature so that he did not distinguish his mental exactly
    • describing the first Christian centuries did not describe the
    • However, these impulses did not live in the wake day images,
    • like to point again to him today at the end. He did not yet
    • did not understand the dream. — Goethe looks at the
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    • phenomena something spiritual-mental spoke to him. He did not
    • repeat it once again — before, he did it more with his
    • forward did not at all work as a fact on him, but he writes,
    • quite well —, than Richard Wahle did in his books. If one
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    • inclined swiftly to call him a spiritist, although he did not
    • — but the human being did not live 300 years ago.
    • because the earth did not exist in the time for which the
    • Kant-Laplace theory was established; the solar system did not
    • did not live in the temporal rhythm of sleeping and waking. One
    • consciousness if one did not oversleep the will life, it is
    • He felt, although he did not yet know spiritual science at that
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    • methods, which one has to search, which did not already
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    • has not heard these tones since decades. He did also not
    • attention at that time to the fact that he did his steps
    • looked at that what was there and still it did a certain
    • hours that I did the very best progress in mathematics or
    • the others did their calculations with the mathematical
    • something in the mental pictures that did not appeal to
    • spiritual researcher cannot investigate the dreams as one did
    • written as he did, have copied his writing. If they have
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    • has withdrawn, because the social instincts did no longer
    • supersensible worlds did not yet exist; hence, one only had the
    • spiritual science did not appear that can deliver new questions
    • did not regard slavery out of his instincts, his patriarchal
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    • return? He would not return into waking life, did not forces take
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    • pagan; the mother is a devout Christ. The mother did her best
    • Manichaeism, it did not imagine that as something that one can
    • spiritual-material principle. One must ask himself, why did
    • principles of Manichaeism did. As everything struggles
    • For Plotinus this was different. He did not
    • Talking about abstract concepts did not make sense to a
    • generally did not make sense, because for them the spiritual
    • could not completely go along. Why? Because he did not have the
    • spiritual world manifests. He did not behold this world. He
    • did this from Plotinism. I would like to say, seen from below
    • Which dreadful spiritual fights did arise
    • did not became aware: the individual experience.
    • Klopstock (1724-1803, German poet) was still serious, he did
    • — These men did not
    • did just not arise from that into which Augustine could not yet
    • the doctrine of predestination because he did not want to
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    • epic poems as Homer did: sing to me, goddess, on the rage of
    • Thomas Aquinas did. Today the common histories of philosophy
    • that is fixed there in thoughts endlessly much lives that did
    • for the western humanity that did not endure the idea to take
    • this dogma was spread that it did not at all concern
    • centuries could dedicate themselves who did not think much of
    • ways to the divine. Yes, he did have two. One way is that he
    • heretic. However, this did yet not have such a meaning as later
    • very much concerned with it. Since in Europe that did not live
    • it: those who spoke of double truth did not take the view that
    • depths of the souls until Albert and Thomas: did we not take up
    • and the doctrine of the redemption seriously. They did not yet
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    • -1347) did
    • human individuality got to intellectualism, but did not yet
    • spiritually. One would like to say, Spinoza did not withhold
    • Spinoza is something that did not become time dominating in the
    • nature did not yet exist. There one did not have to deal with
    • age emerged and scholasticism did not carry out the volte-face
    • did not draw these last consequences, Fichte thought, one would
    • abstractness. However, they did not penetrate into the
    • consequence of Kantianism, but how Kant did not realise that
    • In what way did the difficulty of
    • nominalism originate? Where did the whole Kantianism originate?
    • to the world if I did not combine the world of ideas that I
    • live in the present? You need only to put the question: how did
    • Stuttgart. In this talk, I did not feel compelled to point to
    • Catholic clerics, because I did justice to Thomism, I
    • Neo-Thomists, Kleutgen or others did. Hence, I did not find out
    • positive and just the most intolerant church movement. I did
    • he did a mischief.
    • You realise, if the Jesuit Joseph Kleutgen did something
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    • did not like being hit? Or was I a child always bound to be bullied
    • Was I cut out for activities of the mind or of the will? What did I
    • clearly those things that one did not like. All this leads to a more
    • did not want, what we would have liked to avoid. When we have made
    • become if I had ardently desired everything that in fact I did not
    • death, even if it did not lead to the conviction of another
    • subjects he did well, he generally managed to get through his classes
    • He did not appear as a great architect, because the perception of
    • reflect upon whatever did not please us and conceive of ourselves as
    • life?” they will say to themselves: “Yes, I did perhaps
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    • initiated — we did certain things and consequently are to blame
    • to write. It is a pity that he did not actually carry out this
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    • way or another, to discover the Rosicrucian wisdom, but they did not
    • seal is pressed into liquid sealing wax, so did the astral picture
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    • man moved, what he did, a journey he took-it can all be seen in these
    • coming from the south, did the peoples begin to lead a life that was
    • did not in the least resemble that of a modern schoolboy; and when we
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    • is the reverse of depressing; it fills us with splendid hope and
    • blood; the blood upon which the human being is dependent today, did
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    • the organism so did the souls belong to these Beings, and just as
    • penetrated by an etheric body, did as the plant does today with the
    • plant sends back the light after having drawn strength from it, so did
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    • The minerals of today on which we walk about did not exist on the
    • blind god, Hödur, and he, not knowing what he did, killed Baldur with
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    • physical body did not possess it, and this emerged at first as the
    • And now how did the Earth appear, after having freed itself from the
    • this bony structure was formed did the human being begin to walk.
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    • father, the father of the grandfather, consciousness did not break
    • “ego.” A self-reliant independence did not exist in the
    • did not reach India. The Germanic Sagas and Myths are the relics of
    • find among the Chaldeans. The Egyptian priest did not look on the
    • wisdom, which replaced the ancient priestly wisdom. Thus did the
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    • corporeality, brought forth another being from itself. This did not
    • mankind if he did not wish to become acquainted with the forces which
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    • the others did not find it so comfortable to keep along the
    • beaten tracks, and did not put such difficulties in the way of
    • homeless souls of this kind were to be found; one did find
    • course, ‘making observations’ did not mean sniffing about like
    • make out. Nor did anyone exactly know how to help him. They
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    • him did not exist amongst any of the rest, but each had in mind
    • till one had the feeling: The souls are speak-ing as they did
    • beautiful side too. For all this, existing though it often did
    • must call it, — did Anthroposophy now take its place?
    • telegram. I need hardly say, that I did not respond to the
    • endeavour on my part, which as yet did not outwardly bear the
    • people thought.’ — In what way, then did such people
    • round my eyes, didst lead me to gather the scattered thoughts,
    • circle of which I told you yesterday. They did not have much
    • in natural science. They did not feel, there, the necessity for
    • Secret .Doc-trine. Now, one did not really need to have
    • the lower grades, the people did not understand the things, but
    • they accepted them as sacred dogmas. They did not really
    • belief that existed among them; but all the same there did
    • — in the mind of the age, then, there did lie something
    • normal human being. Schelling and Oliphant didn't stop short;
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    • however, because one did not want to publish the material, but
    • because one didn't want to publish the material in this form,
    • did not much affect them; — besides, they kept it under
    • Aquinas most certainly did; for he obviously saw in the Unity
    • Really, the people didn't know at the time, whether I had not
    • that is what it did do at first. The attitude of the people who
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    • and all the other things attached to her person, did
    • in direct contrast to all this, one might say: How did the
    • How did it come about, in spite of all, that a great number of
    • not only did she pass judgments, but she plainly shows
    • superficial, my dear friends, if one did not make at least some
    • modern education did not exist, to times where the learned life
    • sublime and splendid imagery. All round the walls were the
    • life did not, as it were, deprive them of the spirit. The men
    • coat did not properly belong to him, because he owes it to the
    • that one didn't tumble into a hole and break one's leg. But the
    • persons such as these did she meet with any interest. What was
    • one must no less understand, why it was that the others did
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    • all the churches. But Nietzsche in that day did not possess it.
    • simply did not know the Mystery of Golgotha in its essential
    • in what form did the answers require to be worded? —
    • time as a sort of canonical work amongst these people, I did
    • Mrs. Besant says!’ Of course it didn't agree, and couldn't
    • this the people did not reflect; and that one can only draw a
    • Society as the others did, — that was never forgotten! It
    • by which it afterwards did for itself. For as a vehicle for a
    • old wisdom, yet did bring wisdom into the world, and
    • to what she did, introduced elements into the theosophic
    • of the anthroposophic movement. It really did nothing very
    • was invited in the first place to give lectures there. I did
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    • Esoteric Christianity, there did flow something which,
    • — for they wrote treatises as well, — did
    • formula and definitions, etc., did not stand for processes in
    • said, that the people who did not trouble very much about this
    • didn't care; and so we called it Lucifer-Gnosis, and
    • did all the organization of the society, but without any
    • had to work for him too. So we did it quite alone, and never
    • were not bigger than so that we just didn't quite collapse
    • everywhere so tight-seated in their saddles that they didn't
    • wouldn't abandon this ground, because they did not know where
    • Rut she didn't interfere with it. She even, in the beginning,
    • extolling him to the skies, as they did in the Munich
    • didn't find time at once to read this manuscript. He
    • troubled about the thing again; — I didn't write anything
    • takes place. And it did take place.
    • one didn't on that account need, on the 25th of March, to
    • one really didn't need, even at that time, to be greatly
    • didn't even need to make any special change in one's personal
    • Congress of 1907. He looked exactly the same as he did then;
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    • form perhaps from else-where, did nevertheless break in upon
    • did people come to me and say: We thought Anthroposophy never
    • upon scientific ground. At first these men of science did not
    • these men of science did not come much to the front. The
    • more from me a second time; but I didn't speak in any such way
    • that in actual truth they didn't want to hear any more from me.
    • didn't know where they were! — ‘Whatever is to be done
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    • upon one another, but did not meet. What is wanted, —
    • Freedom! They just did nothing of the kind! And afterwards
    • What did all the rest say? What did one find to be the general
    • hypothesis’.Of course he didn't need such an hypothesis to see
    • the soul they didn't find. They might look never so long into
    • with this Nietzsche found himself faced. — What did the
    • Nietzsche said: ‘One must cut the account!’ — How did he
    • do it? He did it thus: he said: ‘Well then, we have now the
    • beginning. I did it, as I said, by the aid of Topinard's book,
    • was required for work in the various other directions did not
    • didn't even understand it. And when, in course of time, Philip
    • didn't understand it. There is really an enormous gulf between
    • disposal!’ ... those things we always did. What now is needed
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    • Zarathustra, living as he did thousands of years before the birth
    • ideas were such that he did not contemplate the world from that
    • forces of modern culture did not exist in the remote past. Such
    • inner soul forces might be strengthened: — Thus did man press on
    • the mists surrounding the outer perceptual world. He did not say
    • to his followers, as did the Indian teachers: ‘Turn away
    • with the Spirit-World, did not present these matters to his
    • as we recognize written characters upon paper, so did Zarathustra
    • Thus did Zarathustra discern a specialized realm
    • understand it to-day, did not exist. Zarathustra and his
    • self-purification alone may evil be overcome. Thus did the great
    • perfection.’ Thus did Zarathustra feel himself to be the
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    • intellect, did not always exist. Deep down, underlying all human
    • animal lying by the wayside, he did not dare to go near it, for
    • place did all these strange ideas occupy in the image world of
    • how did they come by these curious concepts?
    • spiritual essence in all mankind which did not emanate from that
    • into it, there to combine and become operative, so did those
    • indicators on the face of a mighty cosmic clock. The Egyptian did
    • it were, the earth-born son of that Osiris who did not go forth
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    • doctrine. Those who experienced this call to action did not look
    • Thus did Gautama Buddha rise to the full dignity
    • character.’ At first the great Gautama did not fully grasp
    • life, its true nature and significance did not at once penetrate
    • feeling, however, did not exist with Goethe, who sought to free
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    • carried, the more did they tend to place the Bible beyond the
    • and for this reason: he did not possess that judgment and
    • dream world. He did not advance so far as the study of Spiritual
    • mean to suggest that Moses did not actually set out upon a
    • centralized system in this connection and did not look upon his
    • did not possess, namely, that inspiration which Moses drew from
    • man’s soul in such manner that the soul’s power did
    • very different order — one that did not manifest as a soul-power
    • did not possess meteorological observatories, there were no
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    • very special order; these however, she did not always employ in
    • did they know in what way, or by what means, he exerted so
    • awe and wonder, even as did his people. He entirely failed,
    • she had thus acquired she did not impart to Ahab, she kept it to
    • also hungered; but he did not seek thereby to rise to a higher
    • that made him desire to suffer even as others. Not only did he
    • of God this nutriment was brought by ravens. Thus did
    • to life. Then did he gain more courage to stimulate and quicken
    • than ever did the King experience that feeling of awe and dread
    • mysteriously absent. Now, what did Elijah-Naboth know and realize
    • said: — ‘I will do unto Elijah that which he did unto thy
    • introduced false witnesses, who declared that Naboth did deny
    • Elijah-Naboth did in truth live on in the being of
    • Elijah that which he did unto thy four hundred and fifty
    • became ‘the bearer of his spirit’ and did according
    • to his word. Thus did Elijah’s spirit find expression
    • ancient writer who portrayed this incident did not realize the
    • singular spiritual and clairvoyant conditions, and therefore did
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    • element of the Christ-Being, which did not descend with him into
    • The question now arises — How did the ancient
    • governed by natural laws. It did not feel itself called upon to
    • experiences were essential to a candidate for initiation in the
    • whereas in previous times an Initiation Candidate was raised to
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    • Essenes were greatly perplexed for they did not
    • thou fearful? Didst thou not once love me? — And
    • Didst thou not once love me?’ his nature
    • taking the course they did. Because of the unanswered
    • a God whom he must serve... but more he did not know. But
    • beings in those times did not stop at learning to speak,
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    • coming from above, from outside the earth, did not really
    • only people to-day would be a little more candid and
    • sources). He had his reasons for speaking as he did to
    • what means did it become possible for man to keep intact
    • ardour the same depth of feeling as did an ancient
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    • did not think about it any more. It was extinguished, just as a
    • thinking is a corpse. Where did the being live whose corpse
    • is dead. When did it live, and where?
    • pre-earthly existence. The Greeks felt that vitality, as did
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    • that is what I did in the last lesson, my dear friends, when I
    • decades ago - have become if I didn't have the hand? It is
    • the conception of my thinking also arose. If the tree didn't
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    • then we ask the question in all honesty: Why? Why did I absorb
    • shepherds in the fields did not merely gaze up at the
    • space. They did not see the constellations which physical eyes
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    • did not look up at burning points in the cosmos, but at the
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    • only sink downward but to all directions if the Angeloi did
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    • to form a picture of what people did in their cleverness! We
    • disputing over the Christ Impulse did not understand
    • rank with the Father, and so forth. But their thoughts did not
    • worked in the sub-consciousness of human beings. It did not
    • did not need to understand it. This is the important and
    • natural initiations which did not depend on conscious human
    • forces in man which did not rise up into human consciousness.
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    • contemplation natural to the Indians did not exist among
    • duly installed knight — who did not take into account
    • celebrated school of medicine of the day. She did not fear what
    • Apostles Peter and Paul. These things his father did not
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    • body of people which then migrated towards the East did not
    • Pariahs there were other castes which did not accompany them as
    • guide those who did not go on to Asia.
    • through Wisdom being protected and most carefully guarded did
    • India did not arise. The division was rather between those who
    • worked as he did, but this activity did not last very long.
    • into Asiatic life was the idea that it did not recognise the
    • physical world, and although he himself did not descend into
    • two kinds did not appear very strongly in that particular
    • could they teach (and they did not consider this their chief
    • Now how did this Christ-impulse work further in his next
    • the lower castes which did not reach India. From them had to be
    • but was himself their embodiment. Faith did not work, hope did
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    • peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided into
    • everywhere. Why did He descend to this earth? In order that
    • did not possess. This will become more and more general when
    • such as this, which harmonises the others did not exist at that
    • call conscience did not exist at all. Conscience is
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    • Professor of Philosophy did once write in a book that it is
    • Say that one did not succeed in getting elected in the first
    • of abuse on the rival candidate the fellow was a fool, a knave
    • but they did not at bottom want the thing really needed,
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    • so-called initiates — did a great many things that were
    • economic affairs, — only they did so from higher motives,
    • “clever,” he did not know so much as the man of
    • naturally people did not say that at the beginning of
    • the new modern age; they did it, and threw a haze over
    • it. That was men's rooted belief. They did not look on
    • the moral intuitions, as I did in my “Philosophy of
    • spiritualisation of the intellect. I did this in my
    • merely of the body. What this business type of man really did
    • to itself; if one did what Lenin and Trotsky want to do with
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    • of nourishment, — did not increase at the same rate as
    • Please bear in mind that Darwin did not derive his system from
    • by regulating the births so that the rate of birth did not grow
    • one did not always say it quite so clearly. In short, a View of
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    • been an impressionist in all he did. When he discussed paintings —
    • and many of his essays are about painting — he did so from the
    • well, he did not become a fervent Berliner; he couldn't stand that,
    • After all, he was born in Linz. Oh, sorry, I didn't mention that before
    • about it like this. So what did he do? It dawned upon him what expressionism
    • eye, it did not stay for even a moment in its first form, but unfolded
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    • What was prepared there did not yet have any blood. Human blood, as
    • us later in the Christ Being. And what did that life have to lay hold
    • our soul, because it did not permeate our body at the beginning of our
    • were to be ensouled by what did not permeate our body right from the
    • represents a demand of the best minds of our recent past. It did not
    • and therefore did not repeat in this book, among the greatest of these
    • In the 1860s, he wrote a splendid, extraordinarily profound little
    • comparisons and analogies in this book because I did not work with abstract,
    • a series of public lectures. I did so, and from her circle of friends
    • Saturdays he did not want any music because then he was waiting for
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    • Here was a soul, a personality, who did all this and, at the same time,
    • it is best for it not to be talked about. But what von Moltke did is
    • life. He did not see the spirit working in the outer world — a
    • reincarnation and karma were mentioned there, which he did not understand.
    • true theosophists did not allow themselves to be known ...
    • in all modesty that he did not come to us; and we can get an idea of
    • why Franz did not come to us. In his quest for people who are striving
    • but always only their pawns. However, this did not deter the man
    • Bahr by one of our members. But even if that had been the case, he did
    • kind of changing sides, of any contradictions to what we did in the
    • then got stuck in the abstract and therefore did not gain access
    • theosophy in the Theosophical Library. [I did indeed hold this course,
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    • everything in a materialistic way. Probably Botticelli really did paint
    • they did and did not proceed with the usual logic people so love to
    • the artists in ancient Greece did not work with their models as modem
    • little to do if he did not let ideals stand. After all, the physical
    • did. You see, it's a complete philosophy of the As if.
    • it did not in some way resemble or represent a living being. This is
    • supposed to represent anything. But even if they did, they would only
    • It could never exist if it did not grow in connection with roots, branches,
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    • did not play a role in the world. On the other hand, we also know there
    • element did not play a part, too. It is only a matter of establishing
    • few people nowadays speak as though they did not take language to be
    • then formulates the explanation so that it fits, for if it didn't fit,
    • in Haeckelism, but apparently did not find that satisfactory. Then I
    • did not yet exist, and back then anyone who would have wanted to found
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    • had never spoken to him. He did not know me at all, and we met just
    • artworks for museums to hang pictures as if they did not really belong
    • distinctions, but they did not particularly please him. For instance,
    • he received a bronze medal from the king for something he did. However,
    • Wiertz only said that if he could not have gold or silver, he did not
    • is so infinitely sad in this case is that people did not feel that anyone
    • as something special. But he did not come to that conclusion in this
    • they really so foolish that they didn't see that the Gospel of Matthew
    • people who didn't go to their churches anymore had come to hear my lecture,
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    • did not have our modem concepts but thought in images and expressed
    • letter and to bum it in the temple. He did so, and the soul never returned
    • did not receive vivid impressions of things that do deeply impress other
    • how reincarnation can be applied to self-knowledge. Well, what did all
    • were asked why they had done all this, they answered that they did it
    • a historical event. Christ really did rise again in the world, but many
    • in fact, he was tremendously learned, but his erudition did not satisfy
    • someone who knows so much — and this man did indeed know a tremendous
    • Spiritual science can be carried into everything. If we did not intend
    • this, did not have this ideal, then spiritual science would not be able
    • one can easily prove that many great geniuses did not learn anything
    • at a certain moment. Its development did not proceed in a straight line,
    • person he had worked with for a long time. He said that person did not
    • would be absurd if it didn't. It would be pathetic indeed if one could
    • who did the deed. Instead, they write to the one who suffered it that
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    • superficial knowledge of what Goethe did say, For
    • lines; but the person reading them stopped there, and did not
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    • It did not arise in this way.” That came
    • “Futurum,” than did Pontout of the connection
    • did not want to be shaken up, they gave themselves over to that
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    • did not evolve so far, because they rebelled against fully
    • did, they would see that the time in which men began to think
    • world. They did not merely see stone in the stony, and Earth in
    • Divine Spiritual beings; in the Stars they did not see merely
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    • in the West; they simply didn't want things that way.
    • can no longer discern whether or not candidates are competent
    • English did this, the French that, and the Germans and the
    • was vapid, he did have his fist in it. He did not actually do
    • an address at this convention, and indeed he did so.
    • happened here. The man certainly did not die from the speech
    • did quite logically and within the boundaries of his talk.
    • stroke. But where did William Windom read? He read what was
    • he had indeed died! Now, what did Schleich say? He said that
    • a death like this. To say so is nonsense. Schleich did not
    • brilliant man, did not believe him. He thought that this was
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    • did in infancy. It must think and occupy itself with the
    • completely with a shaggy growth of hair. Why did he lose it? I
    • Man, like the domesticated animals, did not originally live
    • times as much as we like, but in those days people did know
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    • organization of the body did not seem to respond
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    • consciousness.” But if we did not possess our eyes, we
    • starry firmament if the eye did not already contain within it a
    • light did enter the brain, we would not be able to see anything
    • cows certainly did not yet exist, cows from whom milk is taken
    • for human consumption. Of course, neither did human beings
    • they did not depict the lion's mane as being curly but instead
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    • did not have it, you would not have to blow your nose. So,
    • cold-blooded murderer protested. He did not want his head sent
    • to the professor because he didn't know where he would look for
    • he did believe in Judgment Day.
    • what did Professor Benedikt find in the brains of criminals? In
    • had been murderers or other criminals the lobe did not extend
    • so far; it did not cover the cerebellum below.
    • and thus did not properly develop the occipital lobe. He might
    • we could wag with our brain, as it were. If our skull bones did
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    • astral body. Likewise, we would have no ego if we did not
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    • done by the European soldiers (in 1900), and I did not desire to
    • vessel of a Divine Being? How then did the Greek feel? He
    • outside, he did not speak of the Muse, but of Dionysus, and then he
    • in this spiritual-physical world, thus did he feel himself related
    • original drama did not actually present human events, but the
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    • individuals, who in a sense did not want to preserve it, published
    • men did not yet reckon with what had to come into evolution of man
    • himself externally to the world, received only that which did
    • cannot be the excuse that one did not know these things, especially
    • which the Ambassadors and Ministers in the year 1914 “Knew,” did
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    • did not turn its eye towards man's inner being. In this
    • of the ancient East, did not contain a real following of the
    • materialistic world-conception of the 19th century. Why did
    • human beings become materialistic, i.e. why did they only take
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    • did not proceed only from human beings, but that, through the
    • pedagogy and didactic consist in eliminating those veils which
    • become more dexterous ourselves; we want to evolve a didactic
    • This special didactic, this special pedagogic art, is quite
    • the course of the last third of the 19th Century. Then only did
    • our didactics that we can draw out of them that which the Gods
    • Anthroposophical religious class which did not teach
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    • did during the first months of pregnancy. The later months are
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    • been destroyed, ask, “Didn't that `clairvoyant' Steiner
    • thigh — and he needed to dry a dead toad. What did this
    • to. What did they do? They continued digging until the wood
    • for her. What did the wasp do? It bit off the fly's head and
    • what did the wasp do, laden with the fly? It landed on the
    • they did, all the maggots would perish. Compared with the
    • our laboratories our work did not follow our ideas?
    • This is why I didn't want to waste my time lamenting but wanted
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    • in jest as did the author of Leberecht Hühnchen,
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    • made. From what did this flesh originate, however? You must ask
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    • delirium she did not appear to be aware of anything, but when
    • without stammering, and he didn't stammer when he was full of
    • of these relationships! How did the brain ailment manifest
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    • on. In very ancient times, however, man did not as yet have a
    • supplied by the mother's body. If man did not have access to
    • time that man did not absorb oxygen from the air but nitrogen,
    • life. Likewise, man didn't need oxygen to stay alive in earlier
    • I did, one knows that there used to be people who were very
    • did man absorb nitrogen, but the whole comet-earth received the
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    • tremendous knowledge, but they didn't know what to do with
    • as the ice diminished, did human beings migrate here.
    • Well, these people did not have it as easy as people today. It
    • they really fared better. Nevertheless, these people did move
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    • boy. In Vienna, there lived a splendid professor of anatomy,
    • had to study such diseases. They didn't wait until the patient
    • cure was not applicable. So they did not examine those who had
    • Now, these ancient doctors didn't put such great emphasis on
    • What the earth once did together with Venus has remained in the
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    • did he become an arrogant person, but continued to practice his
    • later entitled Aurora. Regarding it, he said that he did
    • be sure, the revelations did not do him much good. When several
    • without reason, he did indeed resolve to write nothing further
    • emerges a second time in the year 1610. Did not then the path
    • the limbs, as we should say. (He did not use these words, but
    • rather peculiar how Harles wishes to show that Jacob Boehme did
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    • will now ask: When did the Folk-Soul come into contact with the
    • soared on high above mankind like a cloud, as if it did not
    • nations, as a kind of world-conception of nations. And what did
    • Solovioff discover? What did Solovioff, the Russian find? He
    • Slavophils? — He did not rest until he discovered
    • the truth. What did he discover? He investigated the statements
    • would have described his Faust exactly as he did in 1770.
    • Ahriman did this by inspiring a writer of the materialistic age
    • have been a fool before! The editor simply did not recognise
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    • Cosmic Intelligence. Over in Asia in those times a man did not say:
    • the work of the other learned men at that Court. But he did not make
    • did not actually give the impression of having attained
    • did not experience the Mystery of Golgotha from the vantage-point of
    • the earth; they did not witness the arrival of Christ on the earth,
    • did the culture flourishing at the Court of Haroun al Raschid.
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    • ancient times a man did not produce his thoughts from out of himself;
    • did not feel that they themselves were forming their thoughts but
    • within him, he did not regard these thoughts as his own, self-made
    • Christ from the Sun; they did not, as those who were below, witness
    • it must be remembered that in olden time men did not claim a personal
    • intelligence of their own. They did not say: I form my thoughts, my
    • immortality than did the Dominican Schoolmen.
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    • those ancient times did not possess. They saw the human being without
    • did not then exist at all. In those times men had the following
    • was this? Why did he only see this spiritual, super-sensible world as
    • he awoke, when the spirits were already disappearing? Why did he only
    • did ancient man experience successively the three conditions of a
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    • did not touch upon his karma.
    • influence he did have upon it.
    • candidate has to undergo before he can become a priest, the Order of
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    • catastrophes of recent times would not have happened as it did, in
    • affects him differently; if it did not, man in the elephantine sphere
    • importance in our life. When we think back: How did we live until the
    • When we begin to think: How did it happen that we met him? It will
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    • dream-like. It did not impinge, like ours does, upon outer objects.
    • they did not spend their earthly life in observing every detail of
    • lungs. It does not occur to it to be unhappy. But if ever it did
    • You did something good or ill to another man. Between that earthly
    • fault. Or if you did good to another man, you know now that all of
    • did in the past, so much so that you say to yourself: That which
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    • precisely according to how he was and what he did — meets with
    • he did in his preceding earthly life. Not only so; it is also of deep
    • earth. If he did good to another human being, something is mirrored
    • to him from the other's soul. If he did evil, something is mirrored
    • again, you did harm to a human soul. That which was living in you
    • while you did him harm, is mirrored back. And so you have your former
    • unconscious cannot go on working as it did when our souls were
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    • Why can we not do as indeed we did in earlier phases of
    • patient did not succeed very well in overcoming the model in the
    • sympathetic expression — who did not take delight in beautiful
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    • nothing of our feelings if the nerves did not provide for our having
    • a former, instinctive clairvoyance. The Ancient Wisdom did indeed
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    • picture of what he did in a spiritual sense! So much for his outward
    • I do not know whether it is a custom in Swabia, but Vischer did not
    • quite different, and not only did he write his Faust, der Tragodie
    • rather calm and peaceful exterior did not betray the presence of the
    • who thinks as he did cannot write about Goethe and Schiller in any
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    • in the earlier incarnation, belonging, as he did, to Arabism. His
    • described. The Imagination of him, however, did not tally with the
    • for even to occult sight he did not look like a reincarnated Arabian.
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    • expressed it in their speech, so did they also express their
    • Imagination and Intuition, Eduard von Hartmann knew nothing; he did
    • of praise. And all that he did later on was to take his old drafts
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    • instituted by Mohammed. It is a religion that looks up, as did
    • associated did not make its way into Europe.
    • Mohammedanism, Arabism did very much to promote and further
    • Baghdad, much wonderful culture, a truly great and splendid spiritual
    • intense study and being put to splendid application by the scholars,
    • the light of the fact that while Charles the Great did much to
    • epoch they may have accomplished something splendid, because the
    • we perceive this, we realise that Arabism did not, in truth, die out.
    • most assuredly did not die out; far rather was it that individuals
    • thoughtful man; but a man who did not accomplish anything very much,
    • Points. Needless to say, the research did not take its start from the
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    • now, taking part as he did in all manner of movements in Italy in the
    • most difficult circumstances — so much so that he did not
    • He had beautiful tawny-golden hair and was altogether a splendid
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    • this. What did civilised men, including Cavour, or at all events the
    • time and place, embracing as it did the physical world and the
    • that he did not show it in the outer world. He did not carry his
    • respect he sometimes did the most childish things. On one occasion it
    • did not succeed. Such a project could never have succeeded, for the
    • of his head. If you did not step the angle with your feet, your head
    • all if you did not walk and grasp hold of things. Geometry pushes its
    • did everything from the point of view of a constructive
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    • of Verulam, he accomplished what he did for science, for the sphere
    • did not happen that if anyone were unable to go on living in his own
    • remarkable moustache — in my autobiography I did not want to go
    • the Arlberg railway. Even in outward appearance, he did not really
    • he did his best, as it were, to be born again in a family as little
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    • has gone before. We did not expect so many friends at this date,
    • Shakespeare the actor did not really write his dramas, but that they
    • important, notably when he passes on the results of what he did on
    • way; and least of all did the soul who afterwards appeared again as
    • — of Bacon after his death — so did Schlosser become
    • which has been destroyed. This art did not
    • did not understand him. This wonderful inner perfection of form, this
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    • were splendid women who because of all that had happened under Henry
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    • why recent times have produced so many really splendid examples of
    • particularly receptive to everything that Plato did, through his
    • temporal and the transitory. Thus did Plato lift his pupils above the
    • was born again, he did not take into himself the final impulse. He
    • made a partial, not a full descent into the body, did not come right
    • with such charm and sweetness to the other — who did not go
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    • moreover external conditions and customs did not conduce to such a
    • — this architecture did once exist, in a certain form. And the
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    • himself than he did before.
    • experiences, within A, what he did to A. And while he is thus living
    • us say, as Goethe's, and ask yourself: How did Goethe feel in
    • the foundation of the Anthroposophical Society, but did not succeed
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    • — then only did the Fairy Tale reappear,
    • you to do it — and ask yourself: ‘What did I actually
    • have the feeling after this has all happened, that actually we did
    • without foundation! He did not become an
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    • were always admirable. But one day he did lose the thread; he kept on
    • the audience and asked: “Why did you sew on the button that had
    • instance, then you can always infer from this that they did little
    • impurity in their skin, you can always conclude that they did little
    • did not go beyond curiosity and a superficial understanding. He
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    • only an analogy, for he did not really mean anything like a dead,
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    • the great primeval Teachers of humanity on earth did not live, as it
    • Teachers who although they were present in etheric bodies only, did
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    • life of Voltaire. — It was a life in which splendid qualities
    • restored, made intact, after an interval of time, when the candidate
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    • them lives a human ego. And did these memories not exist
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    • whose karma at birth did not entail the severance of the thread of
    • they who brought the ancient wisdom to mankind. They did not live on
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    • ‘I will,’ but they did not think ‘I
    • the air in which we breathe is oxygen,’ so did these
    • breathe-in the oxygen of the air,’ so did these
    • speaking did indeed imagine the receiving of thoughts as a
    • in-breathing and out-breathing — so did these men
    • intimately connected with the earth. They did not feel
    • did not really come to an end until the 16th or 17th
    • calling to witness, as I did so, many a concrete spiritual
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    • did hear in the old ages of Initiation, in the
    • did either good or evil. He enters right into the minds and
    • karmic relationship, — to whom he did anything
    • he did and experienced on earth go working on — and
    • did the ghosts of the preceding age move about among men so
    • Did you really live through the second decade of
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    • Post-Atlantean epoch. They did not merely base their
    • Anthroposophical Movement). For Eurhythmy did not exist in
    • quite instinctively; so that the question did not really
    • era. But did He really stand before us in all His glory, in
    • Being of the Sun, to the earth? Did we really experience
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    • not so in the times of which I am now speaking. The Ego did
    • thought and did on earth. In this astral body in which I
    • all that I thought and did on earth.” Moreover, while
    • Christ I only did not notice it, but in reality every night
    • ‘transported’ as they listened. Nor did they
    • quite impossible for us to know in our lives, for it did
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    • Man did not think and ponder, but he received the spiritual
    • gave him the strength of will in deed and action. Nor did a
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    • belonged to them. How did they feel and perceive the
    • not so today.” But they did not say this. They simply
    • to human beings who did not yet possess Intelligence on
    • ‘Unknown Philosopher.’ He still did teach his
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    • last third of the 19th century it did really happen that
    • though they did not understand it clearly — a strong
    • he had had this experience. He did not have it; he missed
    • and could always do so, but one's destiny did not need to
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    • appear in no other way than it did when the Dominicans
    • can understand that a man like Averroes in Spain, who did
    • would have spoken thus in cosmic terms, and indeed they did
    • karmically connected with another human soul, did not go on
    • transition from the dark to the light age — one did
    • describe (as I did in the Introduction to my
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    • man did not see symbols of physical things, but the physical things
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    • did out of his profession, or that he did as a philanthropist and the
    • had to do the embalming — if they did it legitimately — deep
    • and at length his master did not even trouble to supervise the work,
    • “Would that I had never become a woman! It was the evil that I did
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    • individualities, and Haroun al Raschid did many things during that life
    • Knights of the Round Table of King Arthur did in their gigantic castle.
    • did, this same Cosmic Christ was living, the Christ
    • life, though it was not like the Knighthood of the Grail, for this did
    • not exist in Arthur's circle. What the knights did in the fulfilment of
    • impulses that lived in the will of Alexander and Aristotle. But this did
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    • were recognised, but living creative activity. Men did not look so much
    • Elements, of Earth, Water, Air and Fire did not see mere natural laws,
    • did from a still living tradition, there were many sayings and
    • modern school instead. Thus I did not become a pupil in the grammar
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    • coming to man through spiritual beings. They did not see the mere
    • to die. But her desire to die did not spring from a sentimental or
    • who did not partake directly in that development of Christianity. They
    • did not make so deep an impression upon them as upon the other souls
    • interested in the question: How did his individuality live on in later
    • true impulse to take hold of Christianity. But he did not let it emerge,
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    • contemporaries with his astronomic opinions, differing as they did from
    • devastating way even than it did. Similar activities, taking place in
    • however abstract conceptions, there did appear something that contained
    • absolutely clear that a spiritual inspiration did really enter in.
    • Germany. In that Weimar, as I said in my autobiography, I did indeed
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    • the fact that the dominion of Michael really did enter the life of
    • my Mystery Plays did indeed take place in the real life of this man,
    • and first repeat and recapitulate many things that thou didst undergo
    • Now we must concentrate on this: Why did
    • Why did he have to go through the world of stars, as it were, darkened and
    • the magician Klingsor from the land of Hungary. He did, in effect, bring
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    • But in this life Cardinal Mazarini did
    • Anyone who did not research, but merely
    • Christian centuries, and brought it forth. They did indeed dispute with
    • cosmic intelligence of the universe. The thoughts of the universe he did
    • He did not see the thoughts of the universe, but he saw
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    • possible exception of his very last incarnation, he did after all still
    • the 20th century did in a certain respect pronounce a very similar
    • less prematurely, into a new life on earth. Yet the given conditions did
    • understand this clearly. On this occasion the other individuality did
    • impression of an epileptic on an ordinary psychiatrist. Weiniger did
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    • in that Grecian incarnation. Nevertheless Plato's eye did fall upon him
    • century, who did indeed receive Christianity in a truly Platonic sense
    • individuality it did take place and indeed it went on for the whole
    • history of literature was first published, how the literary pundits did
    • spirituality that did not want to enter into this body made at the same
    • understand him. Nor did this picture by any means make things easy for
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    • candidate was asked by the professor: “Can you tell me anything
    • about the spleen?” The candidate puzzled his brains and at last
    • a quite simple operation; and we did everything that could possibly
    • How was this wisdom attained? Men did not study as we do to-day,
    • the purpose of the instruction he received in the Mysteries. He did
    • primeval wisdom did not incarnate in physical bodies but lived in
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    • did and experienced in his previous earthly life.
    • fore — and so indeed it did. The outward brilliance that had
    • overland path — as did the Crusades — towards Middle
    • fact that the period of their lives did not exactly coincide is
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    • although they saw him, they did not recognise who he was; they had
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    • satisfaction, you did not feel the suffering of the man you struck.
    • you did or thought during your earthly life, not as you felt it, but
    • did during his earthly life. It is revealed to him by the Moon Beings
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    • Mysteries can be described as follows: After a candidate had been
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    • did not do so we could not be men in the true sense for the
    • visible and, for physical eyes, the invisible. Men did not
    • in spiritual experiences, they did not stretch out physical
    • these findings did not interest me in the slightest. The
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    • different appearance. Man's structure is even more splendid,
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    • drawn to a personality with whom karma did not bring one into
    • did not understand it. He was a first-rate constructor and in
    • class, the first thing he did was to take out his handkerchief
    • be able to think of an angle if you did not walk. It is
    • palladium and take it to the North, to Russia. They did not
    • separated and they did not find one another again. One of them
    • whom I had only read in history. He did not really fit into the
    • associated. Byron and he did not meet. I am telling you these
    • certainly does not occur often, as it did to Garibaldi, that
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    • it was introduced by Bacon — but who did,
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    • pupils did not know them and would not come across them. But
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    • Böhme proclaimed great, profound truths. Whence did he obtain
    • intellect. The human intellect, or self-consciousness, did not exist
    • Self-consciousness arises in this way. The Atlantean did not say
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    • and Isolde”. All these thoughts did not live consciously or
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    • autopsy did not reveal any trace of blood-poisoning, or similar
    • extremely radical auto-suggestion and he really did die under
    • this paradoxical expression) that he would die. He did not
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    • Haeckel did, and if we have gone into its scientific
    • time when our higher animals, for instance, did not as yet
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    • the scientific demands of the times, imposed upon us by the splendid
    • state, that they certainly did not express themselves in earlier
    • reason, because he did not demand of himself in his sense life
    • masses of the brain, which did not yet exist in well ordered form
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    • philosophy unfortunately did not get past the chair to
    • the water. It did not rise from the observation
    • The man who undertook this critical study did
    • first pre-requisites. I did nothing about it, but
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    • long time will know that these questions — How did the world
    • begin? How did it evolve to the point where human beings can inhabit
    • solar system form? How did the planets and the star groups come into
    • existence? How did our Earth develop? What stages did it go through
    • first volume it deals with the question: How did the world system
    • evolve? — and in the second volume: How did the human race evolve
    • thinking. The great teachers of the Orient did not have this
    • cleverness of logical thinking, this pure logic; they didn't need it.
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    • and stars if it didn't direct itself to the human being, so he could
    • hear about Theosophy for the first time, they often ask: How did the
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    • did not yet exist. The separation of the sexes occurred only during
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    • the bearers of culture they did not look upon the sun and the
    • ancient Egyptian astrologer looked upon a star, he did not
    • How did it come
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    • earth in the second century after Christ. What aspect did the
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    • the human being enters Devachan, he once more feels as he did
    • Mauthner did, breaking with everything that is spiritual and
    • substances did not go in and out of our physical body, this
    • body did not enter into a harmonious relationship with the
    • Folk-soul, that is to say, if it did not insert itself
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    • the ancient Moon did not consist of anything resembling the
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    • the tissues, etc. did not then exist. Physical apparatuses
    • Saturn-beings did their work by producing currents of heat.
    • passed through the human stage upon Saturn did not possess a
    • physical body as their lowest member, for they did not
    • but this phenomenon