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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • 1904 (vol 53 in the Bibliographic Survey. 1961). It was translated
    • world and the spirit world. Later on, I plan to speak about the main
    • given at all in public, they will form the topic of a later
    • The information that can be related here is but a scant outline of
    • cannot be made in vain, but should become the soul's nature later on.
    • point, which sooner or later becomes available to everybody who has
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • everybody sooner or later. That is, if a person continues the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • This lecture, translated from the German by an unknown translator,
    • what is of necessity connected to all that is related to the sexes,
    • tell humanity how it is related to the being of the soul, to what
    • certain latent faculties and who can thus see more than others. Their
    • body. One can become master of how the blood circulates; one can gain
    • have translated from impulses into machines, into industry, into the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • translated from the German original by Maria St. Goar. It is the
    • inhale oxygen, assimilate it and subsequently combine it with
    • the astral body does when it dissolves the substances assimilated
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • Translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • and the impulses of will; and man is related in entirely opposite ways
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • through having assimilated Anthroposophy, he may become aware that
    • stimulated and energized by this teaching but for moral impulses to be
    • who later on will be the Maitreya Buddha, the most significant
    • that has first to be created, for no human being to-day could formulate
    • Translated by George Adams
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • Survey, 1961. It was translated from the German original by
    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • cultivated from early youth, it is, perhaps, not quite so useful in later
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • procedure in later life, it becomes possible to make good much that has
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • laws invisibly animating them. These laws we perceive when we relate
    • dispute. This law, first formulated by
    • to biology. It states that a living being recapitulates in its
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • existence that must be contemplated after death." This is what is expressed
    • was created somewhat later, and with what we are seeking again in another
    • willing are related only with the changeable influences of weather
    • deeply you are related to my own inner being," is the feeling that lived in
    • Modern man can experience this again today when he contemplates the Mystery
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • force of eternity. This was, and can always be felt when we contemplate the
    • See Christmas Plays from Oberufer, translated by A.C Harwood.
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • born later as the Nathan-Jesus and who was permeated by the
    • the Christ-Being. He who was later the Nathan-Jesus had been present
    • same as he who was later incarnated as man and is described in the
    • being, who later sacrificed himself as Man, offered himself for
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • life we recapitulate those things which, as man, we have acquired only
    • epoch, and we now recapitulate it in infancy before our Ego awakens to
    • later to consciousness, can raise himself upright. In order that man
    • — who later on became the Nathan-Jesus, was permeated with the
    • — the being who later became the Nathan-Jesus, and who otherwise would
    • later became the Nathan-Jesus child, received into himself the
    • heights, later to be born as the Nathan-Jesus, united himself with the
    • development known to us as the Egyptian-Chaldean was to recapitulate
    • lived as he was obliged to do. Later the peoples of Egypt, who were
    • right schooling, so that in later times they might be able to
    • civilization, had reached the stage when he was to recapitulate in the
    • When the Christ permeated the spiritual being of the later Jesus of
    • before Christ. About three and a-half centuries later thought had
    • on the ground of Spiritual Science. Later epochs are always being
    • will it stream later into something which is indeed one of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • (#152 of the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). It was translated
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • to his own devices. The spirit who said, as related in the Bible, “Your
    • averted in the Lemurian age by a Being Who later, through the Mystery of
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • other fruits are related to other organs.
    • Everything that enters the human organism is in some way related to it. If
    • Atlantean period, then, when we picked cherries, for example, the related
    • related to humanity in a beneficial way, others affect it injuriously.
    • element of the atmosphere is related to our organs. If we had become
    • organs were threatened with disorder and disharmony, and in the late
    • upon what had been accomplished, and I relate this as a direct
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • was translated by the Maine translators group.
    • teaching that was later pushed into the background by scholarly
    • of the senses to calculate the course of the stars and the particular
    • point of view, confirms what the Gospels relate. Through the Event on
    • are we thereby denying that Christ had been related to Jesus from
    • related to the truth. As a result, he believes — signs of the times
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This lecture, given in Linz on May 18, 1915, was translated from the
    • that was later to be installed in the Goetheanum.. As the work on the
    • translated, presents the group in a world-historical context and
    • relates the significance of the Lucifer-Christ-Ahriman configuration
    • delay the hasty Russian mobilization. Her representatives said later
    • related in this world. To this day there has been much talk about
    • must oscillate to one side or the other. The same applies to man's
    • development here on earth. Man must oscillate to the one side
    • January 6 is able to relate the experiences he had in this condition.
    • whole once possessed but was later forced to abandon. We must in part
    • are isolated, sorted and tallied and the result is claimed to be
    • This search for clarity and purity is related to what is active in
    • when they say that at a later date the documents in our archives will
    • the time of the event I would like to relate, he was staying in a
    • reported that little Theodor's mother had not seen him since late in
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • is calculated to impress the child's soul materialistically. The
    • spiritual commonalty than meets the eye, that is, it is related to,
    • world. Later, the Christ impulse became active in the Maid of
    • individuals and who admonish us to emulate their own belief in the
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Persian epoch. The forces that descended at a later stage of maturity
    • retained in the forces of old age, but in his later years the human
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • later, could manifest in their souls the results of such ideas as he conceived
    • mentioned in my latest book “The Riddle of the Human Being.” Herman
    • This ability is related to the natural scientific concept in much the same
    • way that the musical ear is related to the concept which only concerns itself
    • the spring time, become increasingly clothed in green, later on developing
    • is represented here, is related to the spirit, just as the vibrating strings
    • are related to the expanding tone volumes. The “spiritual eye” adds
    • within the earth, stimulates earth life itself by reason of spirit having
    • heavenly body which later became our earth.
    • points beyond its legitimate boundaries when it contemplates the riddle of
    • growth of natural science itself brings out in its latest phase. I should
    • of the latest development of natural science.
    • demonstrate. Because he postulated spirit as a
    • that annihilated him. Eminent scientists thereupon delivered themselves
    • attention to judgments of Hartmann, which completely annihilate the former
    • anything. Their intent is rather to stimulate people to examine rather
    • this place some centuries later. Christianity had ascended from the caverns,
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • [Bewusstseinsseele, sometimes translated also as
    • Even what I lately said about the configuration of philosophical
    • reality this is only a collateral effect — as it were a by-product of
    • Their bringing of death to man is only a collateral effect — an
    • order.” This again is only a collateral effect.
    • physical eyes can see of him is related to the true super-sensible
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • mystery of evil. For evil is in many ways a collateral effect of what
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • related to us began with the great Atlantean Catastrophe, namely this
    • themselves, as it is this which regulates the relationship between
    • might say: a “latent tendency” is always there for one man
    • shall be in a position to relate ourselves imaginatively to those whom
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Company. Translated by Dorothy Osmond. This lecture appeared in
    • all the vapid nonsense that has been uttered of late, the theosophical
    • shining out into the cosmos. Whenever your blood circulates, you
    • Translated by Dorothy Osmond. 
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • And you actually always have to oscillate a bit between your soul and
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • joy nor enthusiasm will come from it later — the more you will be doing
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
    • twenty-one can be made to bear fruit for later life. People do not receive
    • thoughts are stimulated with spiritual science than without it.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Today I want to interpolate a theme which may possibly seem to you
    • and is related in manifold ways to the solid earth as a whole. This is
    • is related to the earth as a whole. Nevertheless it is possible,
    • and is related to the air even more intimately than tone, also
    • which it is related primarily through the Light-Ether. While he is
    • is related to what is on the left, we shall find that they
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • warmth, stimulated by the warmth-organism, works upon the
    • We also have within us the fluid organism. Warmth, stimulated in the
    • formulate theoretical ideas a universe dies in them. Thus do we bear
    • nullity through the fact that we formulate theoretical thoughts. But
    • stimulate the warmth-organism.
    • all those impulses that come to us, for example when we contemplate the
    • nothing but theoretical thinking, and the ideas thus formulated
    • postulated physical existence on the one side and soul existence on
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • this world and can contemplate it. To imagine that we cannot
    • contemplate the world would entail forfeiting our essential manhood.
    • If we review all the thoughts we have formulated, we shall find in
    • and in such a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each
    • related to a truly progressive, spiritual-scientific development of
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • (Vol. 202 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from the
    • however, they relate how this being of the sun was lost in Osiris, and was
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • in later times. It may seem strange and paradoxical, but it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • Steiner Publishing Company. Translated by Mary Adams.
    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • world. Let me read you a passage translated from his writings.
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • contemplate her inner being from without. And with this detachment of
    • the Greek. Although we translate the corresponding word in their writings
    • cognition, Goethe postulated what he called “perceptive judgment.”
    • ordinary science, remain latent in man, are led up to “vision,”
    • Translated by Mary Adams.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Translated by D. S. Osmond, from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • spirit, are related to the cosmos. The various aspects of this subject
    • antipathies draw us away from the surrounding world; we isolate
    • He wants to isolate himself, to feel enclosed within his own being.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • brought prose and jurisprudence into the culture of later years. What
    • relates to the cosmos. In short, what would be expressed by speaking
    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
    • It might be said that what belongs to the alphabet was applied later
    • the periphery, the palate, the tongue, the lips and everything that
    • We can get an approximate idea of the signs of the Zodiac if we relate
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • the whole body is in a certain respect related to the outer world as
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • later life.
    • When, later on, the ego slips with its astral body into the organs of
    • ignorant, relate to the human heart. They know what goes on here in the
    • karmically inherited later on. Even when children die before puberty,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • Let us try to understand how Truth, Beauty and Goodness are related,
    • Truth, then, is related to the physical body, Beauty to the etheric
    • relate to the actual being of man all that is expressed instinctively
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • the lecturer. It was translated by Mona Bradley, edited by
    • self-knowledge, much as he did in later times. ‘Know Thyself’
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • ill because something foreign accumulates in his organism that has
    • excessive breakdown forces, containing too much of what is related to
    • activity there. Then an exudate-like formation begins to encapsulate
    • it becomes encapsulated. In this part of his body man's whole
    • strengthened by the astral body), stimulates the blood activity. The
    • nerve-sense activity, which goes through the whole body, stimulates
    • stimulates a secretory process, leading to the formation of pus
    • destructive force, will be stronger. It will excite or stimulate what
    • periphery, as it were. This activity is related to our inner ego
    • related to the activity that enters the human nerves and circulation
    • arrangements in all social life need to be related to what can be
    • be done in isolated instances. We can prepare roots by boiling them
    • organism in a completely different way, we can stimulate the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • It was translated from the original German by G.F. Karnow, M.D.;
    • wherever blood coagulates. Therefore they strengthen or enhance the
    • become too weak to regulate these organic combustion processes in the
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • Translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the Lecturer.
    • Translated by George Adams
    • contemplate what surrounds us here in this physical existence upon
    • and in his earthly life by night, is related not only to his physical
    • man is related through his physical existence to plants and animals,
    • to water and to air; so too, he is related spiritually to the world of
    • on Earth. It fails to relate them to the cosmic activities,
    • has its relation to man. Even as the Saturn-memory is related to human Karma,
    • Mars and Venus related to what appears in earthly life as human
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • (Vol. 238 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from the
    • Elijah. At one time, Elias was used in English Bibles, but was later
    • name, Elijah, in his translated text, but left the German, Elias,
    • Translated by George Adams
    • had of the evolution of the later Eliphas Levi. And we behold too how he
    • death, in the respect and recognition of his fellow men. Hermann Grimm relates
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Translated from shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • distant ages people never contemplated death as an end. Their problem
    • course, did not assume the form of a problem formulated in a
    • stand, seen from a human aspect. But they can also be contemplated
    • Later on, all these
    • living development, but the form in which it reached a later mankind
    • thoughts. Only the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, was already
    • Greeks still relate how happy the ancients were because, when death
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • that have undoubtedly been mutilated, for example in
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • undoubtedly been mutilated, for example in Macbeth. The
    • certain of his later plays troubled experiences which embittered
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Albigensians, Waldensians, and Cathari also belonged, and later the
    • of the Lemurian epoch would work evil in a later epoch if they were
    • Widow. The soul, which will later on become completely independent, is
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • come later.
    • It is still there. It comes to expression later, again modified and
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • (Vol. 35 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from the German
    • 1904. Translated by M. H. Eyre, edited by H. Collison. (From the
    • case of all mathematical pictures. They relate to the
    • later, the point where the higher problems are appropriately to be
    • render it possible for us to calculate with it; but in itself as such,
    • from sense-perception — for our reckoning. We calculate what is
    • within the real that we calculate the “Imperceptible.” And
    • when we have calculated, the perceptible proves to be the result of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • (Vol. 182 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • then go away and look back at it later on, the tree has not
    • through the Gate of Death in relatively early years or later in life.
    • in a child. One who died in later life retains us, does not lose us.
    • our own soul mourns only for those who died in the later years of
    • one who has died in later years, the individual aspect is more
    • have died in the later years of life.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • questions. Later, other members of the Anthroposophical Society
    • have celebrated sixty years later, was an important scientific
    • that children initially make A sounds; later on they add those
    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
    • learn to write a bit later. If I simply were to make left-handed
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on August 15, 1916.
    • concerned with getting to know the human being as he is related to
    • relate himself to the world in the same way as during the Old Moon
    • sense-processes are brought into movement. Their life is stimulated.
    • something else we must consider when we contemplate this
    • Later on a
    • no fools, but well-educated people whose task later on would be to go
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • A lecture, previously untranslated,
    • and later disappear altogether. You can see that he never reached the
    • must grasp later on — was born only in the second half of the
    • But experience does accumulate and it is the other pole from
    • what is achieved in later life is taken as a guide, when age is held
    • our external senses is not related to our deeper being. With what your
    • of teeth, for adolescence, and for the later transformations of the
    • he relates this ideal to the creation and appreciation of art. In his
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on December 6, 1919.
    • life — change of teeth, and puberty — but later are more or
    • that such an event always comes back seven years later, for the lapse
    • that experience has a significance for our later life. And this in
    • Till late, his wedding guests to call.
    • related to our rhythmic system.
    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • this point relate the needs of the present day to certain powers of
    • approach scientific writings of later date.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on May 5, 1921.
    • of the Cosmos, and to him the Sun was a living being, related to the
    • and the Greek, as he felt the working of this inner force, related it
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • physical body. His etheric body relates him to the whole environment
    • circulatory functions of the human organism is regulated by Mercury.
    • therefore connected with procreation. The Moon stimulates not only the
    • stimulates reproduction.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on December 9, 1922.
    • is altogether related to the heavenly. The other pole of man is
    • related to the earthly, but strives towards the Heavenly —
    • have accumulated there. If I wanted to read anything of it, I should
    • You see, therefore, that Imaginative thinking is already related to
    • on Earth the child-like man is still within you in your later life.
    • late flower of their pre-earthly life. But this is past, it has died
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on June 21, 1922.
    • Translated by Clifford Bax
    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on June 21, 1922.
    • 21, you simply must not expose your latent inadequacies and so make a
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • poisonous substances is produced by the unformulated questions. These
    • of him.” Those are the latent inadequacies, the self-exposures
    • exposes, even if indirectly, his latent in-adequacies ...
    • teacher's latent inadequacies are the most fatal.
    • school. For what you do at this earlier age works into their later
    • we do not expose our latent inadequacies and that we approach the
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • that the atom is nothing but coagulated electricity. — The thought
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on March 24, 1922.
    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • repeatedly inwardly assimilated and digested. External truths
    • formulated into concepts, whereas spiritual-scientific truths
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on May 2, 1923.
    • (Vol. 224 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). It was translated by
    • conveyed by describing how the etheric body is related to the physical
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • etheric organism of man. If one contemplates this etheric organism
    • When we contemplate all that Kyriotetes, Dynamis, and Exusiai have
    • Translated by Adam Bittleston
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the Christ which later formed the content of the doctrines of the
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • Palestine is of deep and primordial significance for all the later
    • prepared through the ancient Hebrew culture that which later should
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • A lecture given in Nuremberg, December 2nd, 1907. Translated from a
    • A lecture given in Nuremberg, December 2nd, 1907. Translated from a
    • course of later evolution were destined to separate into three
    • later on broke off along their several paths. Music and dramatic
    • outwards and as it becomes articulate is striving to unite that which
    • connected with a fall. Later on, compensation is made, but for every
    • later stage, the powers of the being who has ascended in evolution
    • Nature around them; the rippling brooks were not inarticulate but the
    • influences down into a later age, that they were ‘Spirits’ because
    • with blood-kinship and later on, the circle within which human beings
    • But later on, a different principle began to hold sway — the
    • of barbarians — as Voltaire relates. First, unworthy treatment
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • by the time of the fourth century A.D. and which in the later
    • phosphorus, lime-stone, etc., within the human organism. We relate the
    • taught how the organism of man is related to the forty-two earthly
    • altogether different world. He was able to assimilate some of this
    • related of Plotinus. The legend ran: There were many who would no
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • spirit, contemplates in a certain way every night the events of the
    • impulses for us. If we contemplate that which develops from year to
    • contemplate the spiritual world as a contrast to what we develop in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • physical world, is willing to contemplate with the aid of its
    • have received their forms later. If you read the more intimate
    • Spirits of Form, during the Earth-epoch. Let us now contemplate the
    • contemplate from a similar standpoint man’s astral body. We
    • always contemplate things from different standpoints, so that we
    • attached to the head. Everything that has, later on, developed
    • active in such a way that the poet is influenced and stimulated
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
    • similar way, nothing whatever can be discerned when we contemplate
    • easy to realise that when we contemplate things, it is necessary to
    • this later on, or else it will depend upon whether this will fall a
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Translated by D.S. Osmond
    • Translated from Die Ziele des Johannes-Bauvereins
    • Translated by D. S. Osmond. From GA# 286.
    • Translated by
    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • later buildings was influenced by the conditions obtaining in that
    • study the buildings of a later epoch, gleaning from them some idea of
    • secrets contained in the ancient mystery-scripts or what later took
    • that the countenance and the inner man are related in just the same
    • way as the facade or frontage of a temple of Asia Minor was related
    • feels: ‘When I try to formulate in concepts or ideas something
    • latest edition of the legend of “The Seven Wise Masters,”
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • among the Lemurians of the latest period, among the Atlanteans it had
    • Let us recapitulate:
    • who assimilate Greek culture, destroy Jerusalem, go to Asia, and
    • lines, not only to the Initiates but to those who are stimulated by
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • unconscious and unformulated. It was a time of questioning, when
    • facts around them. They felt it not as Death. Only in later years, as
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • live man's utterances articulated into speech, then that
    • relate particular facts and phenomena to particular higher spiritual
    • in man's speech — that is, in the later part of the
    • the Archangels in the later part of the Atlantean evolution, when
    • Later, these Archangels moved forward in their own evolution. In my
    • are uttered by the speech organs and articulated into the word.
    • when the learned Wilamowitz undertakes to translate the Greek
    • as we say — as late as the Mystery of Golgotha, we can still
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • as the incipient but as a much later episode in the
    • beyond the grasp of a later humanity. The Pleroma was a world at a
    • and the building of logical connections in thinking denoted a later
    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • Earth, while Europe saw the beginnings of what was later to develop
    • physical world, there arose during the later Middle Ages, continuing
    • became their home and there they entered upon their later phase of
    • Fauns and the Satyrs in a later metamorphosis.
    • Since the later Middle Ages and on through the centuries of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • virtue of our etheric body — we are related to a number of
    • way in which our elemental or etheric body is related to its
    • outer beings, and notably to other human beings, is regulated by the
    • the other satellite is related to the etheric body; and according to
    • constantly related to the elemental body which he has laid aside. It
    • which he may not altogether have assimilated, but which he pressed
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • Then comes a later time, when man has become utterly free from the
    • joined the system at a later time; moreover, they circle around in
    • ground a little in the world, so that those who lived later would
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    • In the course of the public lectures lately given in Switzerland I
    • Titans, and all that is related to them, and the third generation of
    • related of Osiris that at one time he ruled in Egypt. It is related
    • is then related that Osiris inaugurated not only among the Egyptians
    • it is further related that Typhon, the brother of Osiris, wanted to
    • latest example of revolution ... there something happened which
    • after the death of Osiris. Then it is related that Isis had the
    • one can call it thinking! The Greeks related that Chronos had
    • Osiris, and the Greeks on their part relate of Osiris that he is the
    • the myth, which I must relate since we shall need it if we wish to
    • Greeks. And, what is more, as the Greeks related, they lived a
    • happier life than in later times. The later human beings are the
    • look farther back, I was related as a human being to the macrocosm
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    • things take place in later times in connection with events of earlier
    • that we in our Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch have to recapitulate in a
    • that in Grecian times, and even much later, people saw
    • were quite different from what they were later. And this too was
    • It is related, as you
    • not yet such a script as the later script. What prevailed in Egypt
    • lately in our minds, I might say: You have heard in the
    • further evolution (of which I will speak later). As this connection
    • sun, so the interconnections of mankind which later became ‘States’,
    • Prince). There one has it linked directly with what is beheld, later
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • pervading Nature, as later on man is related between birth and death
    • already referred to it yesterday. We have often related that we are
    • Then it was related
    • related by the legend that Isis let herself be induced to set free
    • mother and seized the crown from her. Then it is related that either
    • Especially in the later
    • such a nature that perhaps it can only be related today in a most
    • — to fix the time when this Osiris-Isis myth was related in a
    • way that I can only relate today approximately, superficially, even
    • banally. But, as I said, I will try to relate this other Osiris-Isis
    • itself a looking-glass (Spiegel). And it is related that Till
    • of buffoonery and pranks, was buried there. It is related that this
    • written about it, the cross has been related to everything
    • imaginable. We saw yesterday to what it must be related. The
    • state of dulled livingness, in later times the letter called forth
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • immortal element, cannot lift the veil. Later on when the
    • example that cannot be sufficiently followed? It is not related in
    • regulate from the position of the sun; every time we look at the
    • every such Zodiacal constellation is related to a particular planet,
    • then existed which in later, corrupt ages was no longer there.
    • discussed lately — real discernment, the really deeper gift of
    • certain Kerenski, who later played another role, was assigned to
    • particular stories, my dear friends, and could relate hundreds and
    • But then immediately afterwards I relate: there out of the cloud —
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • was possible later. This is that ancient time which followed
    • place of the Revolution, who contributed so enormously to the later
    • Napoleon had seven years in which to grow familiar with what he later
    • cares to take up in the same way in later life, when he no longer
    • acquiring knowledge in later years. I once knew a very famous man —
    • the later editions of his books, because he himself no longer took
    • part in science; that did not suit his later years.
    • only of service for one's youth and that one gets beyond it later on.
    • And this is so. One can still force oneself later to turn back to
    • happen when something is there which one can approach in later life
    • what it will be like in later centuries; for them the right form will
    • want to be stimulated a little through all sorts of things connected
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • transform head-knowledge into heart-knowledge than to assimilate the
    • do today in later life? (These things are not looked on
    • but all have learnt something in youth. And what do we do in later
    • space events take place which are calculated purely mathematically
    • merely calculate, as the modern mathematical astronomer does, the
    • young, I view in later years through what my heart gives me, that
    • If he relates it to me, he gives me something which must be a sacred
    • science does not serve the young; in later life one can only remember
    • But pictures and ideas related to the dear Jesus-Babe cannot satisfy
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • is only related to his ancestors in respect of the rest of the
    • the likeness often only comes out strongly in later childhood —
    • relate how I came upon this fact years ago. The forces that play
    • universe to birth. Then in later years he loses connection with them.
    • differ very much from others. I have related the difference between
    • ninety-three years old. And Hartmann related how Michelet had just
    • of this and it is well to point them out. Two plays have lately been
    • related yesterday, but they are afraid of anything concerning
    • not notice that such rubbish is being circulated.
    • calculate by mathematics or mechanics. But what was formerly
    • But in order to see how mathematics, by which one also calculates the
    • the whole spiritual existence, that is calculated purely
    • formulated that the other has no real idea of what he wants.
    • that they are closely related to the head. But here on earth such
    • things must be established as are related to the earth; a
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • Translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • Translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • Translated from the original by
    • as something merely to be dispersed later on, merely to be dissolved
    • related to the earth forces, because the human ego on approaching
    • more to our extra-earthly origin; our will is intimately related to
    • oscillate toward the brain through the spinal canal, and to strike,
    • your view of life, then you must not be content to speculate upon the
    • repetition of earth lives, to consider as something isolated the fact
    • dwell in the individual human beings need not at all be related to
    • Tagore is formulated in an extremely “artful” fashion.
    • shows in an isolated phenomenon how these things really work. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • period which cannot, in later life, be remembered by ordinary
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • being is learning to speak, and even later on, too, when he is using
    • related, as it were, by nature to the limb-system. Just as the astral
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • being formulates in thought — something that has nothing to do
    • later incarnations. In the present earth-life such a man suffers from
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • contemporaries around him. He himself relates — and I have
    • as he says later — for at seven years he would not, of course,
    • manifested in later centuries and above all we can see it in a man
    • they were later on, and when a short syllable following a long, two
    • soul. It is related in connection with Siegfried, for example, that
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • to regulate his breathing — to breathe, not in the ordinary
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • reached in these later times, in accordance with the faculties of
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • later epoch.
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • contemplate things from the other aspect. Someone might say: What has
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • contemplate the following problem: What takes place with the etheric
    • must have happened, for a large furniture van had arrived in the late
    • contemplate it from a spiritual-scientific standpoint, if we say
    • aura. If you contemplate the Dornach Building you will know (and
    • contemplated with the aid of spiritual science, is not so easy as
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • stimulated and the process of nutrition is set in operation, the
    • Folk-Wisdom which told him: Man dissolves everything he assimilates
    • more articulate than those among whom he lived but even he could do
    • something which is related to these processes as the processes in a
    • corpse are related to those in a living man. The salt- and
    • Kings relate that they have come from regions where conditions were
    • the son of Beor, of whom it is related in the fourth Book of Moses
    • that he held converse with his God and that he regulated his whole
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • world very superficially and we translate our thoughts on “Jus”,
    • not the Greeks of a later time, but the Greeks of the pre-Socratic
    • already entered a later phase of development. Particularly the
    • human beings of a later time! Later on, this living within a
    • ceased. Later on,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • and in a still later epoch his relationship to the earthly will
    • between death and a new birth to-day, man is related to earthly
    • conditions and the way in which he will be related to them when he no
    • also, to translate what he is able to proclaim out of the spiritual
    • translated into the language that human reason can understand. The
    • concerned to formulate something they have experienced in such a way
    • formulate things as they want them to be, in the way that suits
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • isolated striving; rather was it the case that they were feeling in
    • later will join the anthroposophical path.
    • later on. Therefore strict distinctions must be made between the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • super-sensible character and cannot, therefore, be contemplated with
    • be contemplated externally, just as the physical-sensory body can be
    • contemplated externally through our ordinary sensory knowledge.
    • be contemplated in an external-sensory manner, in the same way in
    • which we contemplate the physical body through our external senses,
    • or in the same way in which we contemplate our etheric body
    • physical part. When we cannot contemplate the moment of death, beyond
    • in connection with it. Namely, we do not contemplate things in an
    • contemplate this emptiness, a feeling rises up in us, a feeling that
    • inwoven with the world. And we now look upon it, we contemplate it.
    • our earthly life, something that we shall only acquire later on,
    • spiritually, not in the form in which we shall have it later on, upon
    • up before us in the outer world when we contemplated the universe and
    • exist at all, for a child is full of exuberant vitality. But later
    • something else, when we contemplate this process. It may sound
    • more thing because it completes all that we have contemplated in this
    • spiritual history, as related by materialistic thinkers, is, after
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala”
    • arose later on that element which penetrated into the nations of
    • nature, temperament, character and soul, is related with everything
    • in its relation to man, only if we can contemplate the forms that we
    • it, if we do not contemplate the sea and land boundaries in the usual
    • continues to be active in the face of what happens later — LIKE
    • without souls that dwell in human bodies, souls that are related with
    • have had at some earlier time of our life, still exist later on in
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • too is it possible to enter the Society as late as, say, 1919 and
    • long-latent conflict. It must be brought out into the open and
    • it have been turning up of late in phenomena that would have been
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • to repeat these movements if stirred to do so. Five days later these two men
    • course, obliged to publish the truth a few days later. The second quality of
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    • the impression it made on us every time we see him, then we relate
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    • late because you think something is the matter with it — yet it
    • still runs late. For you would find, on closer examination, that the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • illness. And later on these various aspects will group themselves
    • us until later.
    • influence of his environment. In comparatively late Atlantean times a
    • environment. Spirits overshadowed man and stimulated him to bring
    • sensual longing that is stimulated by seeing the outer appearance of
    • stimulated sensual attraction to one another. What now confronts man
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • presupposed that are less related to an intellectual understanding
    • accumulated during the day. Because the day ego sinks down into the
    • those spirits that regulated our whole cosmos — for everything
    • relationships between these heavenly bodies were regulated from out
    • with them. Later on this was different. Man became free on the earth;
    • temperature. Seven days later the astral and etheric bodies are in
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    • experience this in the morning and again twenty-four hours later,
    • these organs were developed further at a later stage of evolution.
    • rhythm. So if we relate the rhythmic course of the etheric body to
    • to the same place as the hour hand an hour later but after an hour
    • and just over five minutes later. Now you have a similar relationship
    • later the position of the astral body does not coincide with the same
    • Seven days later the astral body covers an entirely different part of
    • got going, it would never drop again; so seven days later this point
    • with life, on the contrary it is regulated by those beings we have
    • course, it is the hierarchies of spiritual beings who regulate the
    • movements of the planetary spheres that form a correlated system —
    • regulated by spiritual beings bringing the moon into a corresponding
    • the same point ten times twenty-eight days later, there are about ten
    • displaced compared with the outer situation. Twenty-four hours later
    • constellation only and be born ten lunar months later. This
    • regulated by the physical, the more the old rhythm was preserved; but
    • the simple reason that his thought process is regulated by the cosmic
    • rediscover within himself the laws with which to regulate the
    • soul life in a regulated way from within outwards. We shall learn to
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    • discussed until later. Today we want to talk about at least a certain
    • acquire strength for later. We could even say that the wise guidance
    • related to that. We may have put hindrances in our path, lived in a
    • might well be too late. But then the soul has now gained the strength
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
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    • and actually regulates it was called in the occult teaching of the
    • way too, for its ego has not become so hardened in itself as later on
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    • equatorial regions. So we can say that the North Pole was populated
    • the details of later times you will see how much becomes
    • later times. They did not concern themselves about other people; but
    • how this feeling of personality has been preserved right into later
    • discover it in the myths of certain isolated districts of Siberia. A
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • different way from the later period up to fourteen, and again from
    • the same as it will be a few weeks or months later. The child already
    • later on as root, stalk, leaves and blossom is in this seed. So here
    • to relate to things in this way. Everything was pure necessity then.
    • more advanced one will pay up, the other will hold it back for later
    • all that is not predetermined, but depends on how man relates to the
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    • higher knowledge will be attained by one who attempts to formulate it
    • contemplate everything from many sides. Mental pictures and concepts
    • and relates to our own life. After death, relationships between
    • considering and the later period between death and the new birth when
    • the clouds of their visions. To feel thus isolated as a spiritual
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    • individuals, marks the limit before which, in later life, a human
    • often you become conscious of your ‘I’ in later life. You
    • all related in some way to immortality; thus they had a feeling that
    • human souls. In the Sun sphere we feel isolated, like hermits, if the
    • later Initiations. Abraham's Initiation was connected with
    • will be for us a blessing — this will become evident in later
    • although of course not using the later nomenclature. Although in
    • right for a particular epoch, and humanity, having assimilated
    • Anthroposophy, may bear it into later times as an inner impulse and
    • through these forces also acquire the forces of the later epoch.
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    • in later karma. Those living on Earth are able to have a great
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    • changed we acquire the power to change them in our later karma. The
    • three minutes later than usual and arrive at work three minutes late;
    • eighteenth century. Herder translated many of Balde's lyrics and
    • related to those members of his being which remain together during
    • from the Earth and later of the Moon, during the Lemurian epoch. As a
    • at a later time. Now, however, it must be made clear that when a man
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    • concealed from the human being in his later years. Evidence for this
    • the centre. Translated into terms of spiritual reality, this is
    • regulated connection between the four members of man's being:
    • relate to the particular condition prevailing at the time. But the
    • they were quite conscious of being related to these worlds. If
    • watch how the ancient knowledge disappears gradually as later epochs
    • Kepler, for example, set out independently to calculate from the
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    • Mystery and so, later on, rise again to the stage they had reached
    • latent for the sole reason that a deeper understanding of the Christ
    • sound natural scientific principles, to formulate ideas and concepts
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    • But we must now consider closely how man is related
    • utter the first word of which you were capable and to formulate the
    • need later on in life, we can perceive the true Spirits of Form
    • man even as late as the Atlantean epoch. Without super-normal
    • have a dim inkling when we contemplate how a human being learns to
    • birth and before birth, even still further back, when we contemplate
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    • back to which a man's memory extends in later life, the moment when
    • be said to hold good in the later period of a man's life. Although
    • occurs comparatively late in life, and study its implications.
    • ceases to be active. What comes about later on is only an expansion
    • later than is now the case.
    • checked at a later age, as a final act. Thus we perceive two
    • study the history of Florence during those centuries and in later
    • career of the Luciferic spirits, a career which later on will assume
    • progresses or remains backward is manipulated in such a way that the
    • manipulated by the wisdom of the Universe in such a way that harmony
    • themselves in a marked form only comparatively late in life. A
    • progress although they may simply be regarded as late developers,
    • manifesting these qualities only late in life. In truth, however, the
    • reason why these individuals display these qualities only in later
    • little aptitude for the spiritual standpoint they adopt in later
    • later life of which I have spoken. When a seer speaks of Buddha
    • stage towards spirituality has been reached. Then, at a later stage
    • shall hear later.
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    • state, is revealed when contemplated from the viewpoint of sleep. And
    • accumulates and the natural death of old age ensues when the
    • born, perhaps centuries later, from a line of ancestors, regulates
    • his later earthly existence. The physical body which a man has on
    • existence. Thus what is later on to become the body of the human
    • The mysteries of existence are truly great, even when contemplated
    • has significance only for the future because later on we are to
    • fact that it can be contemplated just like any other human body. Here
    • world is contemplated at one time from this world and at another from
    • assimilate Anthroposophy in the life of soul; and what is now
    • assimilated is transformed into faculties for the new incarnation.
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    • because what comes later will be revealed in all good time. But the
    • example, a being is meant to assimilate certain things on Earth, it
    • later on.
    • What has now been said is closely related to the
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    • Spiritland after Death. These descriptions are more closely related
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    • related to what has been said in the course of the lectures given
    • certain pictures more closely related to inner conditions of the
    • colouring of wishes are only later discarded in the region of Wishes.
    • Again, a little later:
    • ability to grasp the thought that he himself is related to all
    • related to the circumstances described in the relevant chapter of
    • isolated. We have also heard that the soul can pass through the Sun
    • germinal state from which, at a later stage, everything in existence
    • Saturn sphere, is related to the Earth-Sphere as the Earth-Body is
    • related to the Earth-Soul.
    • for the first time ten years later. What was said years ago still
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    • be made clear and substantiated later on.
    • Golgotha has reached it. Then, when we inwardly contemplate this
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    • we shall not be able to comprehend an essential fact of later
    • mysteries which were lost to the wisdom-knowledge of later times. And
    • will be given later — in the epoch when all the means of
    • were the three Wise Men later on? What came of their wisdom in the
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    • Christ related to the nature of Jesus? Now we already know that we
    • had subsequent lives; who later reincarnated in the Solomon
    • evolution. We are saying only that he was not related to the
    • the Earth had been exposed to the attacks of Lucifer, and later to
    • the Being who later appeared as the Nathan Jesus-child and who had
    • later became the Nathan Jesus-child was permeated by the Christ
    • which will enable us to understand much that happened later on. A
    • Later on came a time, in the Atlantean Age, when it once
    • life. And this same Being, who later appeared as the Nathan
    • spiritual world. And now the soul of that Being who later became the
    • peoples. For it had effects which worked on into later times; the
    • was still making itself felt at that later time.
    • Later still, in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, we can
    • Greeks later called Zeus; on Mars, the one later called Ares; on
    • Mercury, the one later called Hermes. In the Greek planetary gods
    • there was this later reflection of what Christ Jesus in the
    • adumbration of that which the Jesus-Being, in the later
    • later became the Nathan Jesus-child: he appears to us ensouled by the
    • planets of the Being, permeated by the Christ, who later became the
    • received prophetic guidance from the Pythia, who was stimulated by
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    • of a lower kind, servants of the high Time Beings; they regulate the
    • Helios; it was he who regulated the course of the sun in the sky.
    • into them, inoculated them, its activity plays out from them on to
    • some extent regulated the times of the day. In Apollo the Greeks saw
    • pedantic word: Geology — but I beg you once more to relate the
    • find them constantly related to activities of the Earth. Moses goes
    • how on three occasions the Being who appeared later as the Nathan
    • there lives the Christ who will later on fulfil the Mystery of
    • Christ at the close of the Atlantean time and was later born as the
    • was later to come to Earth as the Nathan Jesus-child; a Being who at
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    • the forces which later emerged chaotically as Sibyllism.
    • disappears below ground and reappears later on. These forces were
    • be driven on to speculate about the truth. Landmarks appear. For me
    • garments and sent him forth. He met with many adventures, and later
    • deep impression on me and I felt I had to relate it to the ‘ganganda
    • greida’. The connection seemed inevitable. I had to relate it
    • it, one may say: Kyot is the man who stimulated by Flegetanis —
    • stellar script — Kyot is the man who, stimulated by this
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    • latest publications show what happens again and again when these
    • regulated with this in view.
    • might become the bearer of spiritual culture in later times. Now let
    • derive from the stars and served to stimulate spiritually the power
    • according to the later tradition taken up by Wolfram von Eschenbach?
    • As late as the third post-Atlantean epoch there were
    • could be approached by Christ; a man, too, who was related to the
    • soul of Parsifal is related to the new, subconscious, historical
    • permeated with Christ is related to the forces of the stars. ... Since
    • be understood by the unity of religions is not more closely related
    • of the latest German edition (1960) call attention to the probability
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    • Translated by M. Cotterell.
    • Translated by M. Cotterell.
    • Translated by M. Cotterell
    • personal karma into connection with the constellations which relate
    • intention was to give everything that could stimulate the mind and
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • thought-inspiration stimulated by the spirit.
    • harmony with external world existence. Man feels isolated, abandoned
    • differently regulated. It is not the path of human evolution, it is
    • lately about the life-forces which arise in us when we look at
    • abyss of existence, if you take this poem, stimulated by feelings I
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    • much later. We will leave them out of consideration now and think of
    • universe. When we contemplate Saturn, he tells us always what he
    • is. Whereas the Moon — contemplated in its external aspect —
    • stimulates this tendency.
    • — only of course the Sun is there to regulate it — spring
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    • souls who are closely related with us must be looked upon altogether
    • death? This question can only be answered if we do not contemplate
    • home, for instance, half an hour later, and afterwards we may
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
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    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • are perpetually related to a multitude of elemental beings. It is in
    • body. Our own etheric body is intimately related to one particular
    • ourselves — are related in their turn to other people. A
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • one among them — related to us most nearly of all — acts
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • behind. Gradually, what we acquired and assimilated to our etheric
    • body is outside him, but he is so intimately related to it that he
    • in our physical life, in the physical body, we are related to the air
    • around us, so are we related to the whole of the elemental world
    • that come from the dead who were formerly related to us. Many a human
    • they are related to different astral beings — albeit, here
    • also related to the content of the elemental world, inasmuch as we
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • passed from the earth before them, who were related to them during
    • necessity. Into the life-habits of those who live later, the
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    • these sciences are related only to what is transitory. It is
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    • view of man's whole being if we contemplate him so that we first
    • and cannot, therefore, be contemplated with the aid of the ordinary
    • knowledge is concerned, it can be contemplated externally,
    • just as the physical-sensory body can be contemplated externally
    • The astral body in man cannot be contemplated in an external-sensory
    • manner in the same way in which we contemplate the physical body
    • contemplate our etheric body through our inner sense; the astral body
    • contemplate the moment of death, beyond the portal of death, then our
    • we do not contemplate things in an abstract manner, we do not simply
    • connected with the fact that when we contemplate this emptiness, a
    • now look upon it, we contemplate it. After our death, we look upon
    • only acquire later on, during the Jupiter period, in the form of a
    • shall have it later on, upon Jupiter.
    • outer world when we contemplated the universe and saw our own
    • all, for a child is full of exuberant vitality. But later on,
    • We also encounter something else when we contemplate
    • that we have contemplated in this lecture. Here, in the physical
    • The course of man's spiritual history as related by
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    • contemplate Death from the physical side of existence, we may say
    • of death — that death stimulates this self-consciousness, in
    • different worlds are interrelated.
    • that a man can be so fantastic! And then he relates where this
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    • their own activity. If we contemplate the various peoples on the
    • civilization, which later on will pass over into the sixth age of
    • of events leads humanity forward, although this might later be
    • later age, while the others are then proceeding with their own
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    • upon him. Hence human work reacts upon the Folk-spirit. Later on we
    • Beings who are in certain respects related to the Archangels, but who
    • than man and consequently are still related to him, these Powers,
    • in such a way that a human being is stimulated as if by chance, by
    • pendulum, and how later Kepler and Newton were stimulated to make
    • their discoveries. We could relate hundreds and thousands of cases in
    • regulate his progress and permeate it with law.
    • belated Spirits of Form. They do not stimulate from outside, leaving
    • but they stimulate inwardly, they work within the brain and give a
    • different epochs is stimulated from within, so that each epoch has a
    • formations of thought, with inner constellations. Here the belated
    • on. Hence in those men who are stimulated by the Spirit of the Age
    • stimulated by the true Spirits of the Age who are at their normal
    • in reality belated Spirits of Form.
    • have to speak later. Peoples whose existence is more under the
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    • stimulated by outer impressions. That too, which is aroused
    • related, that what man receives from without, the Archangel receives
    • his life between death and a new birth, in order at a later
    • belated Spirits of Motion enter into the field belonging to the
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    • belongs to the later epochs of life. Through this man has become a
    • surroundings. At a later epoch race began to assume the character of
    • race and begin to extinguish it. We shall see all that later.
    • again is carried over in a certain way into his later life, because
    • man has a memory, through which he remembers even in his later life
    • conditions more minutely later on. I shall now characterize them in
    • childhood. Later on their influence grows less; hence a man is less
    • special attributes of later youth are conveyed to man out of the
    • towards Europe a point which permanently imprints the latest
    • earth-forces not already in childhood but later when he passes from
    • youth to later age. Man is in this way seized by the forces which,
    • regions of present-day Africa and Asia. Then later we see a movement
    • determines the race, and later on determines the character of the
    • civilization, and which at a yet later age when man returns again to
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    • therefore be sure, when we contemplate this kernel of our being, that
    • Here we would have the Bohemian Plateau. Now picture to
    • divided and spread right and left towards the Bohemian Plateau. This
    • Everything which on our earth regulates construction and
    • man, are always related to some earlier mission or other, which was
    • related to what is on the one side the human physical body and on the
    • however, are such that man could later unfold the inner forces of
    • which later, during the earth evolution, manifests itself as will. It
    • of will. When we contemplate such a thing as this, we are filled with
    • as the equilateral triangle. If you merely draw it, you will find the
    • of the equilateral triangle is an absolute symbol of a balance of
    • forces, so that when the occultist looks at an equilateral triangle,
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    • isolate Himself, in order that through
    • three spiritual Beings, Buddha, Zarathustra or Zarathas in his later
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    • back to early Atlantean times. But later on other streams were sent
    • colonized parts of the Earth. Thus we have to do with a later stream,
    • with a stream which came in later Atlantean times. If we wish to
    • crumbling away, and what was then sent later on, towards the end of
    • have to deal therefore with an earlier division and a later advance,
    • A later rise in rank resulted from the Egyptian people
    • Jehovah, and who then later on grew up into a Spirit of the Age.
    • which was later expressed as Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. Look at the
    • was at a later time occupied in spreading exoteric Christianity.
    • Later Roman history was also guided by a kind of Spirit of the Age,
    • later on the Saga said that Asgard had actually been situated on this
    • past, was that great centre of inspiration, which later on
    • particular talents, latent genius, etc., remain at the stage of
    • tendencies which were expressed later in the unique form of the
    • in the guiding Spirit of the Age, if at a later stage in its
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    • mythology is interrelated, and is at the same time widely divided
    • the sacred primeval Indian civilization. Later, nearer our own age,
    • the Vedas and the later Indian literature — were fundamentally
    • Among the Indians this came comparatively late, at a time when the
    • what later on they called the sum-total of all the Spirits of Motion
    • and of all the Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later described
    • at such a late stage of development. They had already gone through what the
    • later peoples still had to look at with their ‘ I ’.
    • this again was observed later by the old Indians in the Akashic
    • reason that the later sagas trace the language of the poets, the
    • in olden times was thought of as being much more closely related to
    • speech than the later kind of writing, was also traced back to Odin.
    • the wonderful stories related about Odin.
    • be intimately related to an abnormal Archangel. Odin is not perceived
    • closely related to the separate human being and his individuality.
    • related to the individual human ‘ I ’ is, that
    • within; and later on he still understands the way in which, coming
    • beings. Then the man of the North understands how the later
    • passes over into what later becomes ‘Riesenheim’ (Home of
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    • whole of our post-Atlantean epoch, and in fact even the later ages of
    • before he perceived it, these relations were regulated for him by the
    • whole constitution of human nature, later on other powers were able
    • influence. Let us again recapitulate briefly: Lucifer brings about in
    • vision, but contemplated it with the old clairvoyance, and you will
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    • Celts — of whom from former lectures we know that later he
    • From the Atlantean down to the later post-Atlantean
    • later reflection of which we see in the Vedas and in a still more
    • One people there was, which, at its later stage no
    • relates, which occurred on the Italian and Pyrenean Peninsula, in
    • In later times, in the Germanic Scandinavian domains,
    • which were represented by Fichte, Schelling and Hegel as late as in
    • remember that the Atlantean culture was directly related to what in
    • guards of a Folk-soul who is preparing himself for later epochs. This
    • European will only thoroughly assimilate this when he has risen to
    • a rosy dawn announces a later civilization. Hence this philosophy of
    • and was entrusted with the mission of becoming later on the active
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    • Tacitus relates about the goddess Nerthus. The chariot of the goddess
    • Nerthus was driven over the waters. That later on was preserved as a
    • man. Njordr, who is inwardly related to the goddess Nerthus, is her
    • has been implanted, inoculated into the thoughts and feelings of this
    • I should not care to relate the human tragedy connected with the
    • people have so lately left their clairvoyant past behind them, that
    • they annihilate each other. Freyr, that which for a while developed
    • Norse mythology. When we feel ourselves to be related to this figure
    • oneself be stimulated by, Spiritual Science, and to test what one
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    • understand man in his real being only when we relate him to the whole
    • Science. Their desire is that Spiritual Science shall be translated into social
    • evolution. For his being of soul-and-spirit can only be inwardly stimulated
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    • 1916, by Dr. Rudolf Steiner. It was translated by A. M. Wilson,
    • because errors have been circulated on the subject. For instance, it is
    • printed; some of them were very soon translated into English, and that
    • latent within him, but capable of being developed.
    • system is prepared and stimulated in a certain way, or that it results
    • be isolated, separated from its connection with the bodily nature, and
    • dreamed has been related in what has just been set forth, but the point
    • showing how that which is human nature, when it is contemplated as a
    • From the relative positions of the sun and moon it may be calculated
    • corresponding factors in order to calculate when a certain conjunction
    • science stimulates this living together with the dead. In this
    • in vain?” May not spiritual science stimulate to a faithful
    • later to be discovered. Would it be thought possible for anyone to say
    • heart spiritual science, and all that to which it stimulates.
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    • It was translated by D. S. Osmond. The title of the volume in the
    • old humanity; but the thoughts were not formulated by dint of effort;
    • comparatively late, indeed after Goethe's time. Goethe was still
    • between thoughts should be formulated, for they came to him as
    • thoughts. Man said to himself as he contemplated his thoughts: “A
    • that wisdom was like the air he breathes, later on he felt that his
    • Golgotha among those who were the late successors of the leaders of
    • what they learned from the stars. For example, they contemplated the
    • man of ancient time contemplated the Sun externally, it was to him
    • fixed Easter — a festival which is still regulated by the
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    • Translated by E. Goddard
    • and carry over once more into later epochs. In this way and thanks to
    • though the second edition published forty years later was illustrated
    • related. They had an immediately-felt knowledge of their own organism
    • sculptured groups, at least as late as the “Laocoon”;
    • state, to appear again later in strengthened form. The achievements
    • could assimilate from a period of evolution during which the soul had
    • Apollo Belvedere were related to the Greek world. These, although
    • direct the times. The very stone was to carry to later ages the
    • contemplate it aroused the awe of his contemporaries and was called
    • later to the immense developments in Plato and Aristotle. These
    • spirits which are directly related to the subconscious depths of the
    • live within her which are related to the spiritual evolution of
    • closely related to what he has to give to the world. How different
    • a later epoch — closely though it was still connected with
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    • it relates to technology.
    • A Lecture, hitherto untranslated, given at Dornach on
    • translate this language of Ahriman into the true language we
    • assimilated with sweat of the brow. That is a sine qua non in
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • to manifestation actually in himself: he was related in a different
    • are active in human speech, and when man formulates words, elemental
    • before this period has a different stamp from that of later history.
    • Translated by Dorothy Osmond
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    • that has been acquired from outside, assimilated as it were with the
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    • same person in later years.
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • between a feeling of shyness in later life and hypocrisy at some
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • This is a very significant fact in life. Let us now recapitulate the
    • of a favourable effect in his own life at some later period. Do not
    • later time arises as a natural consequence.
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    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • gradually been assimilated by the ruling body, the state, drew out of
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    • example, related by Erasmus Franceschi and based on truth. In his
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    • Translated by Dorothy Lenn.
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    • to the Divine Order”; the abstract meaning came later. When the
    • brings home to us that truth is related to love, that healthy and
    • sound knowledge is related to selflessness in man — not
    • weak. Then, later on, comes the time for us to resume a physical
    • consequence whether later on one refers to these notes: the point is,
    • later on has occasion to come back to it. If one is, let us say, as
    • Translated by Mary Adams.
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    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • karma had been accumulated in the earlier periods of earth
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    • known later as the Ancient Indian civilization. Many people nowadays are
    • they have later fallen into decadence and have mainly been used for harmful
    • initiates strictly isolated the ‘self’ from the external world.
    • Later this path
    • man and subsequently gave birth later to rhythm, metre, and so on, in
    • contemplate the germination and growth of a plant. This meditation works
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    • has lost the experience of such transitions in later life. In very
    • late as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • to translate what he said into the language of this materialistic age. So
    • and to be ready to contemplate the necessity of mighty changes in our own
    • then, in a still later time, the sun will burn itself out and be
    • knowledge alone. In a world in which he merely calculates or investigates
    • It is related of a
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    • direction of the magnet-needle if you know how it is related to the
    • and carefully weigh out everything that comes on to their plate)
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    • processes connected with it, are in a way related to the form and
    • indicate the proper dose later on). We thereby prepare the soil to
    • later stages also — over against the cosmic form which is
    • look at all plant growth. Then, when we contemplate the rose, in its
    • related, as a “diaphragm” (for so we called it in this
    • substance from the front to the hinder parts, it is related to these
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    • later stage was there added to it, for example, the limestone nature
    • later. Now, however, one thing more is necessary.
    • each of these materials is inwardly related to a specific spiritual
    • chemists would relate. Our chemists speak only of the corpses of the
    • when we contemplate it in relation to nitrogen. Observe it as a kind
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    • understanding with this science, and yet — sooner or later we
    • But they are more nearly related than you would think.
    • with something else, for instance granulated peat, and then another
    • assimilated by the organism up to a certain point. It gave occasion
    • is not so in reality. (I shall go into the matter at a later stage.
    • all the odoriferous principles are concentrated and assimilated in it.
    • in the earth and in the late autumn dig it out and keep its contents
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    • of stimulants or irritants. One may stimulate the plants with them,
    • that takes place as between the earth and the plant — so to assimilate
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • The stag is an animal most intimately related, not so much to the Earth
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • addition. Therewith, it assimilates that which can chiefly help to exclude
    • because it has calcium to assimilate as well.
    • few years later. Read the Swiss newspapers of the time when someone
    • and assimilates it everywhere, namely, sulphur, the significance of
    • flower to the manure in very fine proportions. There you will stimulate
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    • ideas that relate to harmful plants and animals and to what are commonly
    • regulate growth. We must first enter into them. Then we shall know that
    • to do it even more homoeopathically; you do not need a whole plateful.
    • rays out the forces which relate to the insect world.
    • live. Needless to say, you cannot merely speculate. Nevertheless, you
    • as is done to-day, is no real science. The mere jotting-down of isolated
    • science do nowadays? It takes a little plate and lays a preparation
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    • For it is far more intimately related to the surrounding astrality.
    • the faculty to regulate the ethereal vitality within the soil whenever
    • we may say: the world of worms, and larvae too, is related to the limestone
    • the world of worms and larvae — is related to the mineral, especially
    • related to the birds and the bushes to the mammals, so again all that
    • related. What the animal receives from its environment and assimilates
    • Sun and Moon are working through the air. But the animal cannot relate
    • itself thus directly to the earthy and watery elements. It cannot assimilate
    • warmth and air, it then assimilates the water and the earth inside it
    • of the breathing and a portion of the metabolic system, the animal assimilates
    • assimilate earth and water, the animal itself must be there by virtue
    • conclude that the plant assimilates the air and the warmth internally,
    • even as the animal assimilates the earth and water? Ne, it is not so.
    • and watery material and assimilates them internally, the plant does
    • into later times.
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    • assimilated, passed through the stomach — must be guided into
    • in this respect! Moreover, the head can only assimilate this nourishment
    • young cattle, we shall always try to provide fodder such as will stimulate
    • to stimulate the development of milk, in an animal whose milk-production
    • would otherwise remain latent and create rheumatism and gout. He will
    • outset, these forces are left latent in the organism. They remain unused
    • it is related to all the members of the animal organisation, and that
    • assimilated in Nature — wild manure, so to speak. Take any kind
    • We should only eat just enough potatoes to stimulate our brain and head-nature.
    • of such things will relate agriculture in a most intimate way —
    • It is infinitely important that agriculture should be so related to
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    • instituted the religion of personality. As water is related
    • as the later religion,
    • understanding, we have before us the later reflection of
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    • He becomes a trader. Later on you will see that I do not
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    • as well as the later death — have great significance in the whole
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • functions in the cosmos than if we had died only later. When we count up the
    • electricity at that particular time. Man always goes back again in later
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    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised
    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised
    • Its starting point is to draw out of man’s inner being latent
    • You are all acquainted with the physical concept of latent heat
    • heat appeared, it existed in the objects as a latent force, where it
    • through heat-processes. We therefore speak of latent heat and of heat
    • second teeth were latent forces, bound up with the physical organism.
    • bodily organisation are inter-related. This is not seen
    • observe the soul at one moment and then the body, may speculate or
    • What we describe as reality is therefore intimately related with our
    • determine to do something, which we set about to do at some later
    • able to hold a purpose in mind and carry out at some later time
    • soul-spiritual manner a later moment of our soul-life with an earlier
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    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised
    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised by the
    • eye. He then related how he once went around the corner in a strange
    • ease is closely related to fear. We have already described the basis
    • ease, are closely related to fear. One can, however, carry this love
    • spiritual world he does not do what one who contemplates the flowers
    • isolated parts, after picking out what suits us — we receive a
    • spirit and thus receiving only isolated pieces and not related
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    • lecture was given in Stuttgart on 11th July, 1919. It was translated
    • activated thinking, is related to the whole nature of the human
    • something unconsciously into the body by means of which we can later
    • isolated from outer nature than they had felt before, because in
    • creed’ and the materialism of our time are closely related, for
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    • contemplate all that takes place in the stars. The Earth is a being
    • The consciousness-soul (since 1923 translated by Dr.
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    • translate it into another. I will now state this other
    • stimulate us to intensive, courageous thinking; that is what matters:
    • by one of the best known men of the day and which is translated into
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    • place, all that is related to and centralised in the head system
    • being, in which man is firmly rooted and by means of which he relates
    • East. The inner essence of the Earth becomes articulate, as it were,
    • rhythm in the human being. The Yogi of India endeavours to regulate
    • laws and regulations, but they do, nevertheless, assimilate what the
    • assimilate the qualities which he himself cannot possess by nature,
    • closely related to the Earth, a spiritual activity along the paths or
    • science, and is left with nothing but the possibility to calculate it
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    • 1908. Translated by D. S. Osmond from shorthand notes
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • same extent as later on, but also because man's faculty of
    • were once experienced as realities and who in later times
    • In later ages he lived more and more on the physical plane,
    • of the celestial orbs — but during his later earthly
    • worthy existence. The Being known in later times as the
    • human understanding. If in later times men have forgotten the
    • were related to the spiritual world. It is difficult to
    • — When a man contemplates such pictures in which the
    • anticipating the later ‘Sistine Madonna’, we have
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    • [Translated into English as
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • the nerve-sense being physical substance is annihilated. By this
    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • to death this process is latent in the human organism. An up-building
    • so interrelated as with our abstract ideas we often think they are. No,
    • most beautiful life fruits nurtured in man when he assimilates what is
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • Translated by D. S. Osmond and published for the first time in
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    • different from those undergone in later pre-Christian epochs and in
    • by certain actions, to moral impulses — all these are related
    • breastplate. The symbol for morality was called Urim, the
    • acknowledging uncertainty. The Septuagint translates them as
    • stones of the breastplate of the High Priest. What seems to be
    • 28:15 And thou shalt make the breastplate of judgment with cunning work; after the work of the ephod thou shalt make it; of gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twined linen, shalt thou make it. \
    • 28:22 And thou shalt make upon the breastplate chains at the ends of wreathen work of pure gold. \
    • 28:23 And thou shalt make upon the breastplate two rings of gold, and shalt put the two rings on the two ends of the breastplate. \
    • 28:24 And thou shalt put the two wreathen chains of gold in the two rings which are on the ends of the breastplate. \
    • 28:26 And thou shalt make two rings of gold, and thou shalt put them upon the two ends of the breastplate in the border thereof, which is in the side of the ephod inward. \
    • 28:28 And they shall bind the breastplate by the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it may be above the curious girdle of the ephod, and that the breastplate be not loosed from the ephod. \
    • 28:29 And Aaron shall bear the names of the children of Israel in the breastplate of judgment upon his heart, when he goeth in unto the holy place, for a memorial before the LORD continually. \
    • 28:30 And thou shalt put in the breastplate of judgment the Urim and the Thummim; and they shall be upon Aaron\'s heart, when he goeth in before the LORD: and Aaron shall bear the judgment of the children of Israel upon his heart before the LORD continually. \
    • 8:8 And he put the breastplateLeviticus 8, 8.)
    • the legend of Barlaam and Joshaphat, which relates how he who had
    • evolution, our lives in the past, may be related to the words: Ex Deo
    • his later cycle, The Gospel of St. Matthew.],
    • century in the case of the Bodhisattva who later on, in three thousand
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • his hideous handwriting if he really contemplated the
    • ourselves to this procedure in later life, we can still make good
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • untranslated, given at The Hague
    • which serve him in later life, learns to orientate himself from left
    • we have gone on to postulate a fourth and higher dimensions. These
    • and watch it oscillate. Watching it purely externally, we might
    • that the pendulum oscillates and cannot go further because of the
    • annihilate it. The fourth dimension is the negative third and
    • annihilates the third, making space two-dimensional. And in like
    • which one can, at most, only calculate and construct imaginary
    • domains, he will be developing something related to elementary,
    • branches of mathematics are related to their axioms. The primary
    • natural laws as valid only if they can be formulated mathematically.
    • that can be said in support of what I shall relate.
    • respiratory process. He even related immortality to the respiratory
    • process; in other words, by developing what was later called Yoga
    • a later age — the Graeco-Roman, for example — was
    • epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
    • world in later epochs, men were no longer aware of their breathing in
    • At that time one did not construct for oneself isolated thoughts
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • untranslated, given at The Hague on April 9, 1922
    • to be within the human body.) Any region of space is then related to
    • secret of this space is that one cannot set out from one point and relate
    • that I relate all that is within it to this hollow sphere, determining
    • yesterday, related ourselves to the human being (the
    • relate ourselves to the cosmos in the same way. What occurs in the soul
    • concern us here.) Whereas we relate man's head to the pole of the
    • cosmos, we relate his chest formation — which certainly
    • limb-system, that we feel: This is not related to the external
    • laws formulated in thoughts, but by “imaginations”. What
    • must simply let the plant be as it is — or contemplate it with
    • Translated by V. C. Bennie.
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • it often flows into action. In later centuries after about the middle
    • later life can be understood only if one is aware of how he received,
    • This centre which is isolated in man, and should work only within
    • from out of this fear he postulates the doctrine that there is
    • One can formulate
    • In the late
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • soul; and later we are able to call up again pictures of what we have
    • — at some later moment — causes this or that impression
    • combine and relate them and discover within them laws, which we then
    • contemplated if one fails to see behind the physical world a
    • Within man matter is annihilated, and so are all the laws of nature.
    • of consciousness, then, relates us to the Father God? The consciousness
    • Sun-nature are related to one another as Father Godhead is to Son
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • in the form of fragments in the possession of a few isolated
    • question was not formulated in philosophical or scientific terms;
    • but in the form in which the tradition came down to a later
    • Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, influenced instinctively as he
    • intellect are related. Before men were obliged to wrestle with
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • philosophers; if we contemplate these two spiritual currents in quite
    • later stage of human evolution. The actual theoretical atheism only
    • Father, and later on it learns to know the connection between the
    • images, we must realize that we cannot contemplate these in the same way
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • accumulated throughout the centuries of human development. And other
    • finally what we call the Spirit-land. The Norwegian legend relates
    • souls all their latent forces of knowledge. Human souls will then
    • and outside our spiritual-scientific movement and related to it by
    • of an hour late (he had gone to the so-called Canteen, to fetch
    • experiences I can relate is connected with the phrases uttered by the
    • spiritual science. For they will stimulate within us thoughts which
    • which I want to recapitulate in a few words, a result that reveals
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • different from that of a later time. The origin of Christianity
    • which would later on become law was foretold prophetically.
    • lost science, to the lost Word. As a rule, those who came later no
    • satisfied if every kind of mystical nonsense stimulates an inner lust
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • tabulated isolated facts, and we have constructed a logical
    • often lately, in these troublous years, has one not heard
    • the last question first, and if we contemplate the state of
    • in the first half of the 18th century, or a little later,
    • other parties that have sprung up since were later accessions
    • but who of late has stood out as the representatives of
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • Lecture given in Dornach, 30 January 1915. Translated by
    • related to our own outer body — the physical human
    • the spiritual world to be opened to him sooner or later, as
    • Brunetto Latini himself relates, he had been sent as
    • Latini goes on to relate how as a result of his confusion,
    • thought was slowly entering. In later times, men spoke
    • relates, then bade him deepen the forces of his soul; so
    • need not wonder, if even outer documents relate that on that
    • know until a later time, when the Maid of Orleans fulfilled
    • related in all detail to what the science of Initiation has
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • recapitulates the past evolutions of Saturn, Sun, Moon, so is
    • head as the beauty of thoughts, and this, too, is related to
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • (most are not yet translated into English).
    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
    • acquired by the Ego of your later years!’— And
    • simplest people all over Europe when they contemplated the
    • among the country people. Later on he told me a great deal
    • experiences, translated into actual feelings, were that human
    • vanished. Later on I myself came across indications of the
    • articulate. It was indeed a significant experience to have
    • concerned with what is eternal in the human soul, unrelated
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • outer documents tell are really a comparatively late phase in the
    • from what it is to-day. Let me briefly recapitulate.
    • meaning as are our dream pictures to-day but were related to
    • contemplate him in this setting. On the soil of India it was possible
    • lives, through incarnation after incarnation had accumulated an
    • accumulated knowledge and wisdom of earthly lives cannot, in effect,
    • that such an attitude towards life tends to “isolate
    • has it changed? Oriental thought contemplates one
    • conception of history. But the Buddhist stands there isolated and
    • Six hundred years later,
    • all the same as in later times. We read of this in the mighty
    • evolution of the world. Man is not an isolated entity, an individual,
    • must make amends if he would reach his goal. In later life a man does
    • isolated individual, the Christian looks to Jesus of Nazareth, into
    • each time as a fresh experience. Not only the isolated individual
    • assimilate the mass of scientific achievements pouring in from
    • knowledge could not assimilate all the facts nor could his mind gauge
    • with the mood Buddhism had brought into the world. Goethe, stimulated
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • unquestioning acceptance of everything related to the care of
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • may come to expression in later life in the form of some familiar
    • definitely. As a matter of fact, the whole of later life depends on
    • whether it is taught to articulate clearly and consciously. This is
    • articulately and clearly, or the consequences that will ensue if he
    • healthy in later life because, in childhood, they were helped to
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • — whether the articulate sounds of speech or the musical notes
    • song or an articulate sound in speech, his whole body really takes
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • manifestations are otherwise dumb and inarticulate. And if after
    • this was how they answered, if we translate their words into a
    • later tongue. But now, all consciousness of the pre-earthly existence
    • stars — He Whom a later age called “Christ” and an
    • was later exterminated, and of which fragments only have been
    • preserved — proves that as the Christian Initiates contemplated
    • Christ, the God in the man Jesus of Nazareth. Many who contemplate
    • dream that this “calculated” universe represents, how can
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha, answering in the words of a later
    • explained Ex Deo Nascimur, and those who came later In
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • then they calculated the results of these collisions. At that time,
    • were small suns, centres around which electricity accumulates; we
    • of Nature, so that, later on, they take on real shape, become a real
    • reality. If we contemplate electricity today, we contemplate the
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • MY LECTURE YESTERDAY, I tried to indicate an important fact related to the
    • beings in many and various forms. Later, however, he appeared in the
    • and later on as the Son; this was his evolutionary course.
    • Later, however, he appears as Son; he imbues all things.
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • wisdom related to the Christ. Just at the time when the Christ
    • knowledge related to the Christ became more and more at variance, and
    • during our earliest years we are far wiser than we are later
    • the body; later, we can no longer do that. We are far smarter and
    • wiser than we are later on, and we are much better at penetrating our
    • infancy — before that time we can recall later on — we work
    • knowledge later on, we haven't the faintest notion of those
    • everything we enter later on, when we experience the world through
    • these two festivals remained unrelated. Easter is a Christ festival,
    • become related as we gain the ability to understand how the Christ
    • and Jesus are interrelated. It is spiritual science that builds the
    • practical and related to overcoming the hostile world powers and
    • was translated into German by C. Schmidt in 1892 and is probably
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • the difficulties begin at once when man endeavours to relate the world of
    • translated into movement through his will. The movement is in space,
    • plays an immense part. We always relate to the left-hand
    • body, for example) related to the soul as a being of Will? How is the
    • bodily and physical in man related to the soul as a being of Feeling?
    • The bodily and physical is related to the soul as a being of Will in
    • Again, the bodily and physical is related to the Feeling, like
    • related to the picture which divides us into the left- and right-hand
    • it is no longer correct when we relate it to the reality. For the
    • cannot possibly relate a right-hand to a
    • relate the one ray to one or two or three, or even to all four
    • cannot relate it symmetrically to another side. It can only relate it
    • experience this even as you contemplate the star-fish.
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • latest, superimposed by the most recent occurrences on the earth. As
    • by the later ones. Likewise it is common knowledge that within these
    • so on; so that the appearance of more highly developed animals in the later,
    • billions of years which geology has calculated for these happenings.
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • we contemplate all this we have, after all, only a picture of the course
    • evolution of our earth have taken during the later billennia.
    • originated, while only later the basic foundation of the lowest layer
    • rock-formation. A man of his calibre was bound to contemplate the
    • is the mood which came over Goethe when he contemplated this rock-formation,
    • of the accumulated layers within the earth's crust can be
    • course of time, through later occurrences, underwent changes which
    • according to the modern theory coagulated out of the tellurian mass
    • moment which in later times geology has marked as that of the
    • became the surface of the earth, they were in a position to isolate
    • geologists of the nineteenth century; do not let us speculate, but let us
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • be of use to us again later, and which will help us in the course of
    • more to say later. The point is that it is only by means of thought
    • referred. Try to formulate the question clearly, basing it on what
    • have, not an atomic present, but in very truth a past which is related
    • sunbeam falls upon some plant. There it shines; a few minutes later its
    • limited, in other words, logical thinking, is related to the
    • past. And Imagination is related to the present. With regard to the
    • closely related to life than logical thinking. Let us take an extreme
    • later bring it into connection with the things of this world. By so
    • related to hunger. You will have gathered from what I have already
    • less than the thinking of a later day. A more modern thinking speaks
    • on. But this manner of thinking is of later development and no
    • than those of a later age, for later on things took a strange turn,
    • and the others as being the evil Gods. That happened in later times.
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • room. These things are so related to the inner, more intimate nature
    • books accumulated as time goes on, on our table here, —
    • in the West. Hence we must say that what relates to the great Figure
    • only revealed later to the West. Madame Blavatsky did not give an
    • taken later by the theosophical movement is connected with this. It
    • she could not perceive that 105 years later the Christ was there. In
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • no longer ‘earlier’ or ‘later.’ It is
    • to us later; and what they ought not to have will fall away. When we
    • later period, so that we should not at first take such things
    • book has been mutilated by way of improvement, it is not quite
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • of the beatific sacrifice which he contemplates and which awakens the
    • contemplated, and self-willed assertion of individuality. These are
    • vision is stimulated to shower the gifts of his grace around him.
    • comparatively speaking at a later time than the gifts of the Spirits
    • necessarily connected with receiving appears later. We can only
    • was guarded till a later moment and was then received. What then was
    • the other occurrence in that it occurred later. The giving comes from
    • Archangels on the Sun was to collect at a later epoch what had been
    • that formerly existed is recapitulated. So that we have to think of
    • later are transformed into the inner and the outer; and spate is
    • the picture of Saturn is recapitulated: the Thrones as Spirits as
    • later depict what was first on the Sun; it then returns as light.
    • a later time, and in as much as they do this, they are the Angels of
    • the Beginning, because they bring into activity in later times what
    • is always recapitulated later, only when it occurs later there is
    • by the Archangels who preserve for later ages what took place at the
    • contemplated in a more spiritual sense, what I have just described as
    • at a later period and so to reappear and work, that He would bring
    • everything belonging to it, as it were translated into earthly
    • to preserve into later ages what belongs to the earlier, and so
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • gathering like clouds during the old Sun development coagulated as
    • impression on us because when we contemplate it, it reminds us of
    • immortal. When we contemplate the ‘Last Supper’ by
    • a person of simple mind may contemplate this picture and not know all
    • Does the flower know the laws which regulate its growth? No! Yet none
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • at a much later epoch, the story of Cain is brought to our notice our
    • may have bitten deeply into the childish life, the later Soul-life
    • — which later on was poured into evolution, so to speak. We see
    • and would otherwise have been desolate--for boredom is also a kind of
    • balm of the pictures was slowly poured in, filling the desolate void
    • later on if he does not snap the threads of his life before! Think of
    • lives in the subconsciousness, and how it is related to what is
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • related, so related that we say: ‘In this being or thing there
    • So that we can feel related to a thing yet strange, which at first we
    • perception goes, considers himself in no wise related. That however
    • because it is related to him. Why else should people who start from
    • that, and it is not related to him, he challenges it. Even if we
    • in the later compiling of the Gospels convinced themselves as to
    • scientifically, what is correctly calculated, and what is actual
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • increasing; how does this relate to the idea of repeated
    • actually taking shape. Later generations will be able to use
    • related, to look for realities and not to the way things look
    • of children smashing up all the pots and plates, glasses and
    • most intense, which is where their thoughts relate to great
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • distinct in man and relate to quite different regions of the
    • body and our generative powers relate to the physical world;
    • One of these relates to the physical body as such, one to the
    • etheric body has three elements — one related to
    • principle to which it relates. It clearly has to function
    • not be until later periods, in the second half of Venus
    • conclusions. Instead, those who come later must let this give
    • it spur us on to even greater activity; then a later attempt
    • relate this to matters I discussed with you last year and at
    • 2, 3, 4, years old, and later 30, 35, 40, and so on, years
    • to the twenty-first and later to the fourteenth year.
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    • this will be discussed later on in these lectures. To begin
    • came back; he had been given an appointment for later on. So
    • relate to reality. In the end the student never went to see
    • feeling of responsibility, and above all they must relate not
    • only to the depth where they relate to the world immediately
    • relate to the world bordering on the physical world. This
    • essentially only interested in anything that relates to
    • is really intended; some of these can only be said to relate
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • somehow comes even close to anthroposophy. Her latest work, on
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha when human beings essentially related
    • in the middle of the Atlantean age, but it was recapitulated
    • of later periods.
    • behind it all? The fact that human beings now relate to their
    • said then which relate to developments in our own age. They
    • and in the centuries which followed did not actually relate
    • this cross-breeding, where related and different elements
    • no longer relates entirely to the body and this makes human
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • which exists first of all in the mind. Later on we shall
    • shall not understand how human beings really relate to their
    • the right idea of how your own thoughts relate to the
    • thoughts in the outside world are certainly not unrelated to
    • inwardness of life relates to the process in which thoughts
    • relates to the past, so the images pointed to the future,
    • images which nevertheless related to real happenings in the
    • would also find it in later history if it had not all been
    • beings related differently to the world around them than they
    • detail, and it is necessary to translate everything we meet
    • said, later times also have events analogous to Numa
    • was as late as the end of the sixteenth and beginning of the
    • people who lived in later times. One of the last to be
    • has also been translated into German. It is
    • Claudius, however, who translated Saint-Martin's
    • As late as the
    • thought-corpses. People's actions do not relate to this,
    • good in them that they will later be the most valuable of
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • later date was largely fraudulent, because the real secrets
    • especially anything printed at a later time. Yet at the time
    • relates specifically to what I am going to say now.
    • they were even as late as the fourth post-Atlantean age, and
    • of the spirit — gently for the time being; later it
    • aim is to develop well-regulated ideas of how one should
    • class. Later, the boy was walking in the street when a man who
    • the education of individuals who later became great
    • however, which relates to something much more subtle, will be
    • connection was a close one; later, the outer physical being
    • sufficiently they will not have enough in them later which
    • faculties which will later have them prepared to be
    • do, we must relate to the immediate, living reality and not
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • on reality, in order to relate our thinking to the reality.
    • which comes a little later. It is always the situation that
    • (translates as ‘Social democracy — Outlook nil’);
    • (translates as ‘Mr. Schaeffle — Insight nil’),
    • relate to each other, you will have something similar to the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • moment relates to this battle fought by Michael and his
    • realms, which means that the late 1870s were a particular
    • which they relate to the physical world. Yet the ultimate
    • of ahrimanic spirits populated the earth with the earthly
    • spread since the late 1870s as the result of such a victory.
    • change, and calculate how much these human organs change over
    • geologists. The earth came into existence later than Tyndall,
    • will show the changes calculated from successive changes seen
    • also relates to this, something which should not be
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • being discovered. These laws do not relate to what is in
    • shortsighted view! Myth relates to our ideas just as the
    • relate to what will be a few centuries later. They will be
    • different will impulses, and to relate to the world in a
    • again later in life. We are coming closer and closer to a
    • education of the future if later on in life people look back
    • a subject, nothing will be left for later on.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • can grasp, we do not give them anything for later life when
    • will only be understood later on in life, not in childhood.
    • Later in life they can then recall these things from memory
    • be recalled later on in life may be offered something from
    • currents are remnants from a later time, from Moon
    • is related to the Earth.
    • current, which does not relate to anything in the animal,
    • be considered at a later time. The whole life of the human
    • Sun, which relates to sleeping and waking and takes 24 hours,
    • the human backbone are part of the current which relates to
    • relate to the other planets in our solar system. All these
    • only come in later years; children must first of all be able
    • will be will also be less nervous later in life, because they
    • possible. If a situation is created where in later life
    • basis. Their ideas of this kind did not relate to reality,
    • active; they do not want to establish links with related
    • regulate according to law, because their ideas are too
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • specifically during epochs which were to recapitulate the
    • darkness, are related to these and are of a similar kind, but
    • whilst certain other spirits of darkness, which are related
    • spoken. Then the spirits which are related to those others
    • is gradually becoming the task of the spirits who are related
    • through the gate of death. People who relate only to the body
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • which were later to enter into human bodies were still in
    • later. Certain groups, and they were far from small, sought
    • again in the late 70s. In between he spoke only on mathematics,
    • for the twentieth, twenty-first and later centuries. This will be only
    • translated into European languages. It will be a long time
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    • is that not later than the seventh millennium in earth evolution
    • Later a time will come when this only goes to the
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • everything that does not relate to the outer sense world.
    • everything unrelated to the outer sense world. Goethe made a
    • other insect. These little worms, that will only later metamorphose
    • views are being formulated; for, the facts contradict the modern
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • vedkommende skrifters forfatter ikke innlater seg i
    • Utgitt med velvillig tillatelse av
    • rettet mot. Undtagelsene her er bare tilsynelatende. Barnet
    • Måneoverflaten og gikk i horisontal retning. I den gamle
    • Hegel tilsynelatende helt uforståelig der sier, det kan
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • consciousness of our civilisation. It is necessary to contemplate
    • of thought is contemplated only in the form in which it is applied in
    • later on. This is so, because in the, beginning of its life, when the
    • all four elements. The later development of a child consists in this,
    • this in mind rightly we must say that whenever we contemplate the activity
    • facing this problem. When we contemplate the human being, even
    • Gegenbauer investigated this matter once more at a later date,
    • University in the 19th century. Yet all that tradition relates of
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • Dornach, Switzerland. It was translated by D. S. Osmond.
    • Dornach, Switzerland. It was translated by D. S. Osmond.
    • Translated by D. S. Osmond.
    • to betoken man's feeling of union with what is intimately related to
    • Earth, and the Sun's force regulates the whole process in such a way
    • should be interpreted, we can translate it into terms of imaginative
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • It was originally translated by Gerald Karnow, with revisions by
    • studies how cell relates to cell, how cell is nourished by
    • isolated entity.
    • spiritual investigator the plant world at once relates itself to the
    • later, in the lecture,
    • surface at that time; later they sank into the earth during shifts
    • immediately to speak of memory when a later event occurs as an effect
    • science of the nineteenth century, I will relate to you the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • scattered throughout the civilised world, even as late as the
    • thus: “Who was it who disseminated doctrines calculated
    • who lived once upon a time; whom man should emulate, with
    • he has the special faculty to formulate them. These things
    • under the pressure of this thought that for the later
    • Mysteries to which I now refer — was all that relates
    • laboratories and clinics. That which related to outer
    • epoch, not to relate the concept of ‘esoteric’
    • which relate to chemical, physical, mechanical, technical,
    • religions had to restrain and regulate and give the proper
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    • Festival that follows 33 years later. This indeed is a fixed
    • astronomers can calculate with their quite abstract
    • namely the Immaculate Conception of Christ Jesus, and the
    • instance, of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary;
    • forces in the soul whereby the fact of the Immaculate
    • the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, you certainly will
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    • = Taurus; the two sides of man in their lateral symmetry =
    • Cosmos. Man is related, through the head, not with the Earth
    • calculated approximately — is a certain fraction of the
    • calculated to make the civilisation of to-day blush for
    • freely to the Cosmos, he is directly related to the Heaven of
    • particulate example. (Dupuis, as I said, considered the
    • for shame to contemplate it, — how could such a science
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Anthroposophy does not translate the truths which it includes in
    • connected with man, and how the animal kingdom is related with
    • contemplates the external physical world in the meaning of
    • related to the human head in the same way in which the whole
    • earth with its force of gravity is related to the animal. In
    • regard to the head, the human being is related to his whole
    • related to the earth.
    • remaining body of man developed later, out of the earth, and was
    • developed later. But if we observe the development of the world
    • say (let us now take a later epoch of the earth): In the further
    • development later, so that they did not go as far as the human
    • the universe in such a way that he is related with the animal
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • this “something” in man was contemplated in a way
    • might say, three things in man that oscillate between that which
    • times; for instance, when they regulated their breathing in order
    • contemplate, however, the other side, the side of death —
    • birth, and in a later epoch, as well as for us, as modern men,
    • when human beings were able to contemplate the divine-spiritual
    • reached the point of exact thinking. When I contemplate the
    • earlier to later events. Now we think contrary to the natural
    • today, if we do not sleep, but if we contemplate with a
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • this matter and which indeed are not related, he was induced to
    • laboratory. The real facts which he now relates, and which, one
    • before his death, and the medium related that Raymond Lodge had a
    • believer. He briefly recapitulates what I have been giving you as
    • literature. He recapitulates it, by declaring that he is neither
    • means, who goes to a more solid concert or to a lecture, not late
    • thoroughly “materialistic,” stimulated in the right
    • wake up, something must stimulate the soul. This need only be our
    • plate; in looking back upon our body our thoughts stand before us
    • like a photographic plate. This is the same as the miniature
    • a photographic plate.
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    • which it assumed later on in the Vedas, the philosophical form of
    • murmur in inarticulate sounds, but the murmuring fountain
    • in an inarticulate way; the rustling forest spoke to them the
    • the everlasting Word resounded, whereas later on they turned
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • This is what the Gospels relate on the one side. On the other
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • possible to stimulate perceptions descending from above. They
    • astral body is interpolated in such a way that man, as an earthly
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Being to those who contemplate the world in a real way; it is a
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • though later on a somewhat cooler form of discussion set in, we
    • were frequently alone in their striving, isolated from the rest
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • in later times and for centuries became a custom in certain Christian
    • into relation with the Ego from the time to which in later years
    • further evolution of man, beholding how man recapitulates when he has
    • Mary. Thus at first it was attempted with simple art; later an
    • domain. Let us consider science in the later centuries, especially in
    • governs a man during his whole Earth- life? It is related to that to
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • translated from the original German by G. Karnow and A. Wulsin.
    • later times and was a custom in certain Christian regions over many
    • “I” at the point to which we have memories in later life.
    • that can be proven to be related in any way to some kind of wise
    • related to what the human being belongs to as a super-sensible
    • constituted only of earthly matter and only able to relate to
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • Translated by Walter F. Knox and published for the first time
    • Translated by Walter F. Knox and published for the first time
    • possibilities which it offers have to be assimilated over and over
    • man did not contemplate the world with the strong, clearly-defined
    • the Earth which later on was known as the Persian Empire, Zarathustra
    • people. Only later, in the Greek epoch (coinciding with the beginning
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • which they became articulate. Thus arose the science of penetrating
    • was later called the Zodiac. This is the expression of the spiritual
    • nerves of the brain. The spinal nerves which stimulate the soul life
    • progress of culture in Asia Minor, down to later times among the
    • in the documents of a later era. Inspired by the inner impulse of his
    • felt and experienced through all later epochs of culture. Those of us
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • Translated by Walter F. Knox and published for the first time
    • Translated by Walter F. Knox and published for the first time
    • order to explain the culture of later Egyptian times of which certain
    • did one of the greatest minds of modern times feel himself related to
    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • man's spiritual achievements — the strange stories related in
    • relatively late times. The later Egyptians — down to the last
    • and reverence for thousands of years. Those who lived in the later
    • behold the external world.” These later Egyptians had, it is
    • was called by the name of HERMES. And when in later times a man came
    • Egyptians, under the influence of the later teachings of Hermes or
    • was a Being who lived in dim primeval times in regions later
    • me. My highest powers are inwardly related to these primordial
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • contemplate himself as he contemplates an outer object. Now man can
    • later to a less and less degree) was permeated with religious
    • all wisdom with piety, all science with religion. In the later
    • period of decline. The imperfections of later Egyptian culture were
    • cultural life of the Euphratean civilisations, postulate the
    • according to which the State organisation was regulated, justice
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Translated by A. Innes and published for the first time in
    • Translated by A. Innes and published for the first time
    • Translated by A. Innes.
    • annihilate, but when it comes about in the right way it transforms the
    • to live there. So what does it do? Well, it isolates itself, envelops
    • caterpillar altogether isolates itself from the physical earth forces.
    • He puts the egg on a specially prepared plate and observes it through
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • particular expressions of it can be related to their counterparts in the
    • during earthly life, in so far as they can be related to experiences in
    • here the stomach. In the spiritual world we contemplate our own
    • — related to this inward living together with the beings of the
    • official experiences in his office, it does not contradict what later I
    • relate it to a past experience. Anyone who looks clairvoyantly into what
    • — it is related to the future. Thus for ordinary consciousness it
    • a sclerotic condition of soul for its later life. When dealing with
    • is not intimately related to art. It is only the knowledge connected
  • Title: Conferencia: La Comuniˇn Espiritual de la Humanidad
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    • 23 de diciembre 1922GA 219Translated by Noelle Durandin
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
    • during waking life something like a need and longing to relate all the
    • we feel a need to relate the world of the senses to a divine existence
    • Why does he relate the single example that meets his eye to a universal
    • later epochs; through this clairvoyance he perceived inwardly how he
    • relate themselves in their feelings to what they already had in their
    • could not at the same time extend this strictness to what relates to the
    • corpuscles circulate in us, the breathing power revolves in us, enabling
    • in which this or that substance circulates in us, and this dependence is
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
    • demonstrated it at the convention of Natural Scientists as late
    • also will be owed clearness and security. And as they relate to
    • bible relates as miracles would be disturbances, interruptions
    • and reflections of later days have, however, by no means
    • of man. At the end of his book, he recapitulates briefly, how
    • or as a soul related to it. Therefore Newton's soul existed in
    • which proceeded the soul one has in view. Later conditions are
    • the results of earlier ones. Later physical conditions
    • later psychic are the results of previous psychic
    • from which he regulates his life. Man appears as if wrapped in a
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
    • to proclaim such things as relate to Spiritual, development,
    • at birth, is observed. on into later life. It is seen how the
    • speak more exactly of this development in a later lecture).
    • to a certain age, but only showed itself later as a feeling
    • childhood than in later life. So we can say that in the realm
    • which there is no memory in later life. It is the time of his
    • but which does not, relate to anything external. What is
    • there that is not related to anything external? Only
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • earth, defined in the human being as an isolated person, as a
    • kingdom. Still later, it will learn to grasp also the laws of
    • most closely related to the way in which the Ego has worked
    • will later ascend to the vegetable kingdom, etc. These other
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • on the 23rd of January, 1910. It is a previously untranslated,
    • on the 23rd of January, 1910. It is a previously untranslated,
    • This lecture was translated from shorthand reports, unrevised by
    • apply the means and methods calculated to develop these
    • how these accompany us through the world of spirit and later
    • looks with 1000 eyes into the world. — And again, later,
    • not to be wondered at that, when later he returned to Weimar,
    • rather indistinctly in his late years because of the absence
    • related to the mystery of the world; that which deeply yearns
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • related to the great cosmic forces. We have this connection
    • While I relate the fountain of my grief.
    • full greatness. We have later in the Faust poem a kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • which prevailed in later times and from those which prevail
    • which I have often related before.
    • assimilated the ancient teaching and reduced it into a
    • Giordano Bruno, which was already related to our own. When
    • only later that his friend heard that the exclamation had
    • later.
    • knowledge governed by reason, may come much later than the
    • proved later. The whole conception of the universe was
    • which relate to the higher worlds. But when Giordano Bruno
    • Renaissance relates to the Monads. The assembling of the
    • Goethe translates this line for line in
    • Bardeleben relates this in his article in the Weimar
    • to your remembrance an incident which Goethe relates himself.
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • untranslated, typewritten transcription of a lecture that is
    • untranslated, typewritten transcription of a lecture that is
    • lecture series, and was presumably translated from shorthand
    • Goethe's whole life and contemplate its successive stages, we
    • coincide with the facts which have been accumulated with so
    • was a progressive step; but the later discoveries in the
    • all that has become known of late years regarding the
    • late years, abundant proofs have been furnished that that
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • method of research, stimulated by the Darwinian impulse, was
    • extraordinarily fertile in results of late years, and that by
    • persons (certainly the very unprogressive) who relate the
    • facts which have come to light, to relate the human being to
    • prevail, from that according to which man is related to the
    • very distantly related to the human being. What strikes us as
    • instance as the strange theories put forward of late years by
    • a position to formulate such a thought at all, must also
    • bank, to calculate how much money is carried in and how much
    • lately in “Occult Science”. Into that work are
    • woven, imperceptibly, the latest results of all the sciences,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • soul again, in order thereby, later on, to find objective
    • mingle them with objective cognition, nor bring unrelated
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • related to the man's former incarnations. If you consider this,
    • vocational life and all that is connected with it. Vischer relates
    • life.) All this we assimilate. We carry it through the
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • to the Greek authors too. But at a late age they were still
    • feel this latent cruelty in the whole manner of exposition. In
    • after a certain system. If we calculate certain relationships
    • related. But in addition he describes how this official of the
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • certain matters directly related to practical life and to the outer
    • descendants. He cannot wait until a later time for the
    • birth contains much that is related to the development of the
    • within our movement. These thing's are so easy to manipulate
    • seldom calculates in vain in human affairs. Thus, as I
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • do we stand face to face with Beings who regulate the
    • relationships among men. And the Time-Spirits regulate these
    • other hand are essentially those Beings who regulate the
    • would relate these investigations in all detail.
    • Masonic books), it is traditionally related that there were
    • other men than it had in later times, say in the seventh or
    • time, and relate it to that life into which modern man is
    • once more the cosmos with which man is related and out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • Translated from the German by
    • Christ dying on the cross. But in the later times, especially
    • Nicholas von der Flue. It is related of
    • him — and he himself related this — that, before
    • new revelation of the Christ now leads us to contemplate
    • as Christ wills that we should contemplate it in the twentieth
    • forces of inequality later develop in man, as if from the
    • as we contemplate ourselves as human beings here on the
    • For the Christ must become intimately related to us. Then
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • been brought here. Another legend relates that a Danish king
    • Later the idea was formed that the first king was the
    • regulate their dealings through laws, when from the forces of
    • life-story of the Thirteenth is related; but the Brother who
    • So he relates how far by hill and valley
    • That I would rather far myself relate,
    • He ne'er related that a spring arose
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • Spirit or Buddhi. When we contemplate these Beings, we recognize them
    • their superiority to ourselves. Now this reality is not unrelated to
    • extent an interrelated whole and forms, as it were, an unbroken
    • individual bird is related. Just as the group-soul directs the
    • course of events, although some may later regard this as a decline.
    • later epoch, whilst the others are proceeding with their own
    • by giving further details later.) These higher Spiritual Beings then
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • Folk Spirits. We shall discuss later the significance of the
    • find, strange to relate, besides the Archangelic Beings already
    • described, other mysterious Beings who are related to the Archangels
    • consequently still related to him, these Spirits of Form are four
    • isolated phenomena, but as particular configurations in the physical
    • create a situation in which man appears to be stimulated fortuitously
    • later on, Kepler and Newton were stimulated to make their
    • the backward Spirits of Form. They do not stimulate man from without;
    • changes in his physical being; they stimulate inwardly, fashion the
    • can always find in those men who are stimulated by the Spirit of the
    • Age, these two types. Those persons who are stimulated by the true
    • felt in those later epochs when records of ancient Indian tradition
    • effects upon culture, both in the past and in later epochs. This
    • because every thought was literally assimilated by the temperament of
    • shall discuss later why it is that in some peoples the Spirit of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • responsive chord in all of you because they will stimulate your
    • one part of the Intellectual Soul that is stimulated by external
    • Spiritual Soul. They are related to that which man cannot perceive
    • of this Archangel is related to the life of the particular people he
    • rebirth, in order on a later occasion to seek out another community.
    • finished with it. Therefore these Beings are more closely related to
    • because his latent capacities would otherwise lie fallow if he failed
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • of seven has for the time being been recapitulated in a particular
    • During this period man recapitulates the development of the astral
    • the later epochs. In consequence, up to the second life-period man
    • specific characteristics is unrelated to the middle third of life.
    • in the lowlands or on a high plateau. The rate of respiration in the
    • physical environment. In later times race was no longer associated
    • geographical region, was later passed on via inheritance, but became
    • Atlantean epoch up to our post-Atlantean epoch. We shall learn later
    • carried over to some extent into his later life because man is
    • later life, the time spent under the influence of the abnormal
    • relationships in more detail later on. I now propose to describe them
    • especially during his early childhood. Later on their influence
    • particular characteristics of later youth or adolescence and
    • forces of his environment, forces unrelated to his fundamental being
    • A computer translation, using Google Translate, is,
    • traced back to the regions of present-day Africa and Asia. Later, a
    • expand physically. Later, when growth is completed, these physical
    • the race, forces that later on determine the character of the
    • civilization and which in a still later epoch will have lost their
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • When we contemplate the destiny of our integral Self we may be sure
    • isolated ethnic groups which are scattered here and there amongst
    • at A we have the Bohemian Plateau. Now imagine a huge wave thrown up
    • from the South which divided and spilled over the Bohemian Plateau on
    • the right (to the East) and over the central plateau of France on the
    • have stated that the three elements, water, air and fire are related
    • and everything related thereunto manifest themselves at the frontier
    • a reservoir of assimilated light, the Music of the Spheres sounds
    • related to some earlier mission which was connected with a former
    • related, on the one hand, to the human physical body and, on the
    • also the later development of the sentient life. You already know
    • after-effects however are such that man was able to develop later the
    • was related to the astral body of man and the inner life of thought.
    • Old Saturn was to endow man with that element which later, during
    • contemplate this gift to man, we are filled with admiration and
    • balance or harmony of these three activities as the equilateral
    • triangle. If you draw an equilateral triangle you will find the three
    • of an equilateral triangle is a complete symbol of a balance of
    • forces, so that when the occultist looks at an equilateral triangle
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • translates this as “Root race,” and “Root races.”
    • isolated from the rest.
    • Beings, Buddha, Zarathustra or Zarathas in his later incarnation, and that
    • civilization which could not adapt itself to later evolution. There
    • had not assimilated all that the Venus, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter
    • how these five races are related to the guiding Spirits in the
    • able to relate it to something familiar to us, namely, to tribes and
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • connected with the fact that in late Atlantis and for some time
    • times. Later on, other migrations followed upon these early
    • later Atlantean times. If we wish to understand the pattern and
    • the time of the gradual submergence of Atlantis, and the later great
    • therefore with an earlier distribution and a later expansion, with a
    • with the Egypto-Chaldean civilization and is related to the
    • of monads as formulated by Leibnitz. Monism: the doctrine that
    • aspects of the Divine — the trinity of ancient India, later
    • was analytic; to represent the one World-Principle as articulated
    • in Europe isolated peoples and tribes who were guided by their
    • as you know, that Time Spirit who was later concerned in the
    • expansion of exoteric Christianity. Later Roman history was also
    • centre of inspiration; in later years its spiritual mission was taken
    • peculiar to a child whose particular talents, latent gifts, etc.,
    • Scandinavia embodies those potentialities which were later expressed
    • the guiding Time Spirit when, at a later stage in the evolution of a
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    • Egyptian. Everything in Teutonic mythology is interrelated and
    • Vedas and later Indian literature — were totally different from
    • came comparatively late, at a time when the people was already to a
    • particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to what later on
    • Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later characterized by the Greek
    • people became ego conscious at such a late stage of development. They
    • had already undergone what the later peoples still had to experience
    • Movement, a dominion which the Indians of a later epoch perceived
    • power of language. This explains why the later saga traces the
    • olden times was thought to be much more closely related to language
    • than later literature and letters was also traced back to Odin.
    • human soul, feels itself to be intimately related to an abnormal
    • power, but who at the same time is closely related to the single
    • immediate feeling that Thor is related to the individual human ego is
    • and the flashing of the lightning are intimately related to the
    • within, and in later years he still understands how, originating in
    • later conditions have developed out of this original abyss.
    • the Moon and of the evolutionary transition to the later
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    • epoch and even of the later stages of Atlantean evolution was to
    • relate the ego in a multiplicity of ways to the world perceptible to
    • enter later on, which could not have done so had not Lucifer first
    • recapitulate again briefly: Lucifer begets in the astral body
    • man is related to the external world Lucifer confronts Ahriman, so
    • but contemplated it with the old clairvoyance, you will find that
    • and cause of his evolution. He should thoughtfully assimilate what he
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • continue to do so in the future. Every single people, even isolated
    • the spouse of Thor. Sif is related linguistically to the word Sippe,
    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
    • the Atlantean epoch and the later post-Atlantean epoch the Indian
    • later reflection of which we can still see in the Vedas, and in a
    • Soul. The Graeco-Latin Folk Spirit was related to the Intellectual or
    • related to the activity of the etheric body, the Greek culture
    • was one people who, at its later stage, no longer possessed this
    • Northern regions in later times, that which proceeded directly from a
    • directly related to what in our earlier lectures we called the “Great
    • the Chinese that isolates itself and remains static, repeating what
    • the West has been moulded by the influence of successive and related
    • his being. Hence also his limited interest in isolated aspects of
    • to assimilate that which is to enter mankind as the Spirit Self. It
    • assimilate this completely when he has risen to the sixth stage of
    • anticipatory conception of Christ which announces the dawn of a later
    • one suddenly senses the first stirrings of a later development. It is
    • circulates in the body social, and the essential point is that the
    • with the mission of becoming later on the Time Spirit for Europe. The
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    • souls in the late Lemurian epoch and throughout the Atlantean epoch,
    • He relates that the chariot of the Goddess Nerthus was driven over the
    • waters. Later on this survived as a solemn ritual; formerly it had
    • who is intimately related to the Goddess Nerthus is her masculine
    • 1,899) new capacities will appear in the isolated few who are
    • plane by a few isolated individuals at first, and later by increasing
    • I do not propose to relate the human tragedy that befell the
    • future hope. We feel ourselves to be inwardly related to the figure
    • more conscientiously. Take the latest achievements of natural science
    • oneself to be stimulated by Spiritual Science and to verify what is
    • no less than the smaller isolated groups have each their appointed
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    • later form. The ancient Greek partly felt that in his own time the
    • abstract, a hobby which one pursues, but that it is related to the
    • translated by Fred Rothwell in two volumes,. (Rider & Co.
    • London) (o.p.). American edition translated by Gloria Raspberry,
    • Lecture-Course translated into English under the title of
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    • no inner development, as later ages will do, in order to see into the
    • time no laws in the later meaning of the term, there were no
    • had later and of which we have spoken ... when Demeter saw her
    • Nature more or less withdrew, and later the gods substituted a moral
    • the first two of four Mystery Plays by Rudolf Steiner. Translated as
    • See 1983 edition of the Four Mystery Plays, translated by
    • 4. Translated
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    • calculated according to purely external mathematical-mechanical
    • thought in the sense that it leads its own isolated thought-existence
    • sloe, which contracts the palate; imagine this wry sensation enhanced
    • relate his self-knowledge solely to his astral body — that is
    • together of physical, etheric and astral, and not the isolated,
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
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    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • that time intervened far more directly than they did later.
    • in order later to come to the next incorporation of the Earth, which
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    • later among the Greeks. Greek consciousness brings to maturity the
    • truly human element in earthly life, tries to assimilate into its
    • Heroes we have the later incarnations of backward Angels from the
    • contemplate the soul which was in Christ Jesus after the baptism in
    • marvellous clarity that we can only contemplate the wisdom of its
    • same degree as is the later consciousness of humanity While men were
    • clairvoyant consciousness was like. It circulated outside its own
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • been handed down historically to later times is intellectual
    • had assumed intellectual form, this later consciousness, no longer
    • saga, which relates how Pallas Athene, after Dionysos had been
    • key again today. We contemplate its profundities with reverence and
    • which man does in fact tend to cut himself off as an isolated person
    • Dionysos, developed further into the younger Dionysos, into the later
    • who is already closely related to man, being born of a human mother,
    • to man than to the gods. Hence the legend relates what is in fact
    • Translated as:
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    • see that it has been activated by contradictions. If at some later
    • can only contemplate its manifestation through the organs of the
    • any real intellectual light; man only acquired that later. This old
    • by the Titans, and emerged again later as the younger Dionysos, that
    • fauns and in Pan, as we shall see later, Greek fantasy and Greek
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    • when they started, they must have had it later on too! It would be a
    • only upon the mirror-images of ordinary soul-life, but to contemplate
    • beautiful in a different sense from that in which the late Greek
    • no epic, goes back, but of which nevertheless the later history of
    • Sometimes a later incarnation, although more advanced, may from the
    • contemplates two successive incarnations, or at any rate incarnations
    • artists, who were stimulated and inspired by the Initiates.
    • a later age by Socrates and Plato. In the very time when the
    • another way, we relate ourselves to it in its true stature when we
    • Licht’ — translated in the English version as
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    • etheric currents are indirectly related to a delicate and important
    • learn later why that happened; now I only want just to mention it.
    • try to form an idea of how the one category of gods is related to the
    • in fact related to the other as our thoughts are related to our real
    • What happened on the banks of the Jordan, and later in the Mystery of
    • reflected form, which we can describe as related to reality as
    • moonlight, which is reflected sunlight, is related to the direct
    • in a representation. Jahve or Jehovah is related to the real Christ
    • just as the upper gods are related to the lower ones, he is the
    • Gospels, which relate that the Christ Himself said: ‘If you
    • related to its archetype.
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    • phantom-like in comparison with the later man, it barely hinted at
    • what was to crystallise out later as the denser man; and it has taken
    • merely hinting at what came later. Into this Phantom
    • the periphery; it was only later that he so to say stepped down upon
    • later. If the earlier forces had not been there, if these forces
    • is the etheric body, stimulated by cosmic forces coming in from
    • —, this Being, who later through the Baptism by John in the
    • He remained related to the Earth. Thus through this Being there was
    • given at Carlsruhe a few weeks later, Dr. Steiner repeatedly
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    • relates him fitly to things, either because it throws light for him
    • formulated in the terms of ordinary science and you will find it so
    • formulated in my little book
    • gods, and in lowliness assimilate it, otherwise it will lead to
    • which is still possible in childhood though no longer so in later
    • tragedy as a representation of connected events calculated to arouse
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Translated by Rick Mansell
    • This lecture was translated from shorthand reports, unrevised
    • to the Raphael who was later to appear in world evolution like a limb
    • in later history.
    • corporeal, with the outer corporeality than is the case in later times.
    • years later again the frescoes in the Camera dells Segnature
    • Having thus contemplated
    • of a kind that could stimulate and awaken any decisive talents. The
    • populated by a passionate, tumultuous people. Noble families whose lives
    • his soul the picture of St. George bringing the enemy to his feet. Later,
    • Then, later again we find
    • Savonarela. When they contemplate the soul of Raphael in all its isolation,
    • in which only later was incorporated into the kingdoms which now stand
    • have been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • why his soul was necessarily so isolated in the world and why it was
    • soul had seven. Later on, in the age of Raphael, — the Renaissance,
    • of them being that a later epoch must always have it support
    • sympathy with which he contemplated the creations of Raphael. If we
    • contemplate the spiritual creations of humanity and see how they have
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    • About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
    • This lecture was translated from shorthand reports, unrevised
    • About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
    • with the facts relating to the horses of Elberfeld that can calculate
    • at work with his horse. I feel sure that later on this hypothesis will
    • need to calculate the various mathematical problems which he gives to
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • whom later humanity only attempted to represent by clothing their deeds,
    • poem is the forging, the removal, and the later recovery of the Sampo.
    • ending is perhaps, a later addition. I feel that this ending of Mariata
    • relate of the primeval events which were included in the history of
    • relates itself tom Christianity in such a way-that everything which
    • recollection was able to relate the circumstances of human development.
    • later, the treasure of the Niebelungen is taken from her by Hagen. We
    • etheric body was being sent down into human nature. Only later did it
    • be placed side by side with the latest revelations of spiritual science
    • Folk-Rune which is translated into German as follows, may serve us as
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • meditative study. Included are 5 color plates of Steiner's blackboard
    • man. For this power is very closely related to the sulphurising
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • meditative study. Included are 5 color plates of Steiner's blackboard
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    • (see Plate I).
    • (see Plate I).
    • (see Plate I).
    • has borne the child as a being who is in the deepest sense related to
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    • (see Plate II).
    • surface, in rainbow colours. On the Earth we have something related
    • (see Plate II).
    • see later on — the Easter Imagination and the St. John Imagination.
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    • meditative study. Included are 5 color plates of Steiner's blackboard
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    • (see Plate III, reddish);
    • sprout, they assimilate and draw in carbonic acid. Hence the carbonic
    • (see Plate III, blue, yellow).
    • (see Plate IV).
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    • (see Plate IV, blue),
    • round the year. But in earlier times, even in the later Atlantean
    • (see Plate IV).
    • speak in later lectures.
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    • meditative study. Included are 5 color plates of Steiner's blackboard
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    • (see Plate V).
    • (red head in the yellow, Plate V).
    • (see Plate V).
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    • meditative study. Included are 5 color plates of Steiner's blackboard
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    • (see Plate V, red.)
    • himself somewhat isolated in the cosmos, for the connections I
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • be found. Anyone who assimilates w hat has been said in
    • large numbers of men who had assimilated the spiritual culture
    • at the side of those who in later times bring Christianity to
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    • of seership contemplates that moment in the earth's evolution
    • the evolution of humanity. One contemplates the picture
    • contemplate the souls of those men and discern the nature
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    • would strongly recommend the reading of a book lately
    • answer the questions of Pilate, of Herod, of Caiaphas. The
    • the Jews, dumb before Pilate who asked: “Hast thou said
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    • had departed from a later generation. But to one thing he
    • Bath-Kol and much concerning it is related in later Jewish
    • writings. I now interpolate into this narration of the contents
    • the Bath-Kol. At a somewhat later date, controversy broke out
    • related in the Talmud). He made a carob-tree rise out of the
    • heathen rites. Later on too, he discovered still more about
    • certainty, I must relate the scene. In the twenty-fourth year
    • became aware can — if one translates it into our
    • lay-brother, allowed himself to be stimulated and inspired by
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    • This scene which I have to relate concerns a conversation
    • able to assimilate Hebrew learning which seemed, however,
    • contact with the external treasures accumulated by humanity, of
    • he also knew that it was only the store of learning accumulated
    • only lately ceased to be effective. For — so said Jesus
    • in Babylon and only later found his way into Judaism. But
    • could no longer assimilate. And then he made the second
    • will relate it as it actually transpired.
    • with the Sadducees related in St. Mark's Gospel were not spoken
    • one may of course emulate the aged Hillel and be lenient; nor
    • later on, is found to be worshipped in forms of cult the same
    • clothes belong to this particular man. A little later, such a
    • must inwardly assimilate and what is demanded by the duty laid
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • Survey, 1961. It has been translated from notes unrevised by the
    • in which they themselves live. To be able to relate oneself in this
    • indicate later on, which lives in the depths of the human soul, but
    • Mysteries Plato could distinguish the virtues better than later
    • related to ethics, than is usually done. Wisdom is not something that
    • at a later stage of life we do not judge harshly, but with
    • cannot follow, but the hands can follow. In a later time the hands
    • in the next incarnation. If we contemplate the interior of the head
    • In later
    • uprightness as children is no longer done by us in later life.
    • we use in early childhood are not really lost for us in later life.
    • virtue which is related to rightness and the right, the virtue of
    • justice by developing those forces which relate us spiritually to the
    • other virtues, Courage and Temperance, which guide us towards later
    • are read in later life, for then they develop justice and wisdom.
    • of children in this way. In the later course of our study of spiritual
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    • of methods I shall outline later; so that in many cases those
    • come down to later epochs in a thoroughly decadent and
    • will thus be forced, when considering later epochs, to present
    • ancient epochs and in later ones. What could, in earlier times,
    • be a genuine means of cognition was later perhaps used only to
    • titillate man's itch for power over his fellow-men. This was
    • hear pure sounds, the connection between which we only later
    • is present already in the later way of yoga, for example in
    • environment and education, and in later life to life
    • ourselves related, something of the eternal in the world.
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    • consciousness are more or less sleeping or, let us say, latent
    • the soul as is usual in the memory, with isolated reminiscences
    • spiritual realm, for dealing later with our bodily functions,
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    • world. If we later wish to regain this contact, we cannot
    • Perhaps I may interpolate a personal observation here by way of
    • shall have opportunities later on for historical digressions.
    • opportunity later to give evidence from natural science for
    • language and later develop via scholasticism into scientific
    • different basis from that which later prevailed. Later,
    • later happened.
    • only assimilate something of the best type of medieval
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    • and sun! We may say: what we formulate in our sharply
    • Oriental life than we usually think — since it later
    • this reality, rightly contemplated, cannot in any way impair
    • later, Christianity was founded, and henceforward we have a
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    • what we experience there as whole men, so that it can later
    • stimulate us so much that we carry them down into our deepest
    • air I now have functioning within me will later be outside once
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    • formulated, almost as an abstract theory, however, is a feature
    • ordinarily formulated, can only express a superficial outlook,
    • mathematically formulated laws; to comprehend something so
    • philistinism and pedantry that would translate
    • development began later than it did in England, and what
    • When we contemplate human life itself by means of a spiritual
    • into the depths of the soul. Decades later it reappears. We
    • it to life. It is enormously important to us in later years to
    • later age. It is no accident, therefore, that young people
    • and would like to manipulate life, are fundamentally
    • isolated statements that are often made about the
    • develop any latent talents we do not have at all. Even if no
    • man's activity, not only his thinking, is stimulated. A
    • social needs, as they are often formulated in public life
    • formulated social ideas, there lies something more profound,
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    • love. This is true of a later epoch of the Oriental
    • priest-theocracies, but it is precisely a later epoch,
    • later became — times when the moral and spiritual element
    • from extra-terrestrial spheres. When decadence later set in, it
    • appear to be confronted with laws in the later sense of the
    • these days of social structures really only relates to their
    • late Greek, does the distinction begin to creep in. Although
    • he later absorbed from juridical thinking and feeling. Even so,
    • something that later became a great flood, the influx of
    • commerce is, in the last analysis, correlated with politics and
    • should be poured into the theocratic mould. At a later period,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • on the question: How does Plato's ideal relate to the
    • different in type from the Europeans of later
    • they do on the belief that any attempt to assimilate art into
    • provided by nature. The animal does not calculate; it does what
    • a later age already had this sense of self, and needed to
    • is the ego, strengthened within spiritual life, to articulate
    • say the word “I;” but we do not know how to relate
    • or neglect of memory expresses itself later in life in
    • spiritual level that was related to medicine, something that in
    • gain a strength of soul such that, when we contemplate the
    • articulated into the social organization of mankind. Whereas
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    • like: the people will gradually assimilate these concepts, and
    • modern highly-developed intellect is, fundamentally, a late
    • not to calculate how long it may take for men to reach these
    • later sinks down into the heart. Now something else,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • a given year will have changed so greatly, twenty years later,
    • the one-sided phase we call theocracy, and similarly, later on,
    • itself the germ of what are later to become forces of decline.
    • actually circulates in social life is as completely divorced
    • democratic manner. In consequence, labour will be insulated
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • This lecture was translated from shorthand reports, unrevised
    • was in fact related to what lay at the root of the pythic clairvoyance
    • able to stimulate much very much in you all, and this can serve to an
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    • This lecture was translated from shorthand reports, unrevised
    • clairvoyance, because it was in fact related to what lay at
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    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy# St.
    • views:« only those who come later can see these. One must
    • than Descartes later, (who, after all, only merely repeated St.
    • was not the case for human beings, (as it became later in the
    • All that was to be regulated. Life itself was to be regulated
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    • This public lecture, given on October 26, 1905, was translated from
    • given on October 26,1905, was translated from German by John
    • years later, in the spring of 1955. A review of the
    • the related thought of the separation of labor and income.”
    • recapitulates the forms of life that have previously been gone
    • being, who in his germinal configuration recapitulates
    • in later times. If it had merely gone on like that, however,
    • third stage, [The German “drei Stadien” translates to “three
    • Germany, which was founded in the late 19th
    • stimulate every action in us, just so this also should
    • stimulate us. We needn't think that we can realize it right
    • matter to people who will later have to admit that at the desk
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    • later with our need for a place in which to hold our Mystery
    • contained much of the later Jesuit spirit. And we see, under
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • from the Jesuits by Louis XIV and translated into worldly
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
    • isolated voices were raised within the anthroposophical society
    • of which our building is a monument. Whoever contemplates this
    • attempted, in his way, to contemplate the world and the course
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    • and which Schiller later confirmed in this letter.
    • as if it would soon disappear, Goethe relates how he stood in front
    • of the Cloister, and the dishes, plates, mugs and other utensils
    • polite.’ Then she relates how the Will-o'-the-Wisps went for
    • Life is completely annihilated in him.
    • prepared to sacrifice herself, the Youth is translated into a
    • It can be proved that Goethe was stimulated to write his
    • formulate a complete picture of the soul, so that it can develop
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    • reason and capacity to formulate thoughts to these
    • formulate ideas and concepts is a capacity of the human soul among
    • the personal in the case of thought and the capacity to formulate
    • in it a spiritual element, and I can so stimulate my mode of
    • interpret the nature of things to us, are closely related to the
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    • alchemy. He relates how he came to know of a work through which
    • in his soul which was to germinate later. But he felt himself as
    • later through his friend Merck. Goethe's mother who disliked
    • knew Goethe's work as an advocate and later as a Minister, were
    • and desires and whom he had all the same to forsake later. All this
    • It is related that Faust lived in the first half of the
    • have clear ideas or to speculate much about it. We can only try to
    • ripen and bear fruit very much later, in years to come. We see too
    • how the germs which developed later so wonderfully in Faust were
    • many experiences, so that only thirty years later he is able to
    • human spirit is related to the physical body of man — who is,
    • Goethe learnt to know this Mephistopheles. The later
    • ‘student scene.’ Only later did Goethe find the means
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    • which he has been translated during his unconsciousness, and he
    • instrument of the brain, when inspired by the related spirit
    • on Galatea's shell-chariot. He dissolves into the elements. It is a
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • Indians as we know them in history were only the late
    • Then, if we contemplate a human being of that ancient epoch, we
    • memory-picture and the experience, similarly these men related
    • memory of the Earth. The Earth existed earlier; my head later.
    • heart. Just as we relate our feeling to the world in which we
    • incline towards this or that, just as we relate our feelings to
    • way did the ancient Oriental relate his heart to the Cosmos,
    • relate his heart to the Sun in accordance with some abstract
    • course of time can be evoked again later. This quite abstract
    • in Europe. When the Greeks relate stories of the heroes who
    • Europe into Asia, and later the wanderings back again
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    • later and decadent period) was an age of men altogether
    • differently constituted from the men of later times. And the
    • dependent than in later times on the character and constitution
    • of world-evolution. That which develops in man at a later
    • peoples of prehistoric times and that of a later civilisation.
    • peace, the love of peace, that arose later and spread over a
    • large part of Asia, is really the product of a much later
    • in the middle — later on we shall have to speak more
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • befell the Earth in the time commonly known as the later Ice
    • constitution of his being from the man of a later time, and
    • passing through a transition into a later stage of human
    • relatively late to the Earth from that planetary existence
    • earlier, some later, from the different planets, having
    • planetary existence and only later found his way back to Earth.
    • consider the later life and development of the personality who
    • the immortality of the soul. Later on, in the Middle Ages, when
    • is in truth no mere superficial account that relates how
    • embodiments, saw approaching them, that which later has become
    • on into much later times. It was the
    • on. And when men begin to explain and speculate on what passes
    • into the Earth in this way, there developed later, through
    • later did it sink down into the soil and become what is known
    • later in the history of Earth evolution, we may see how through
    • totally different form in the later life, when the
    • personalities make their appearance later in a period that was
    • in a later incarnation as
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    • later time; it is only darkened to-day because, as we shall
    • had their part later in the historical evolution of the world
    • we may the better understand what came later. We shall naturally
    • what I have related to you to-day is but a brief sketch of the
    • that which later found such perfect expression in the opening
    • still experienced even in later Grecian times, down to the 6th
    • my dear friends; Lamprecht, even as late as the 12th or
    • Alexander comes to the very gates of Paradise. Translated
    • we have seen, at a comparatively late period in the Middle
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    • Gilgamesh time and later — feel himself placed between
    • conception of Nature and of Spirit in Nature. Later there were
    • more reveal themselves in the Mysteries. All that related to
    • Then later the two friends, Eabani and Gilgamesh, found
    • later in Aristotle and Alexander the Great were in Ephesus a
    • significance for later times. Of the first importance however
    • asserting itself in the West, first as Rome, later under the
    • in the Mysteries. We see Ephesus in flames, and a little later
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • related, the period that has an altogether new way of thought
    • longing of man to partake, even in that late age, in the
    • which the Gilgamesh Epic relates, we cannot speak of a
    • transition from what comes earlier to what comes later. The
    • came to pass that were later made known to men in the Gospels
    • on oral tradition. Later it comes to rely rather on external
    • Alexander. Only later in a diluted form did they come over into
    • Arabia, for instance, and later on following the path of the
    • — new in-pourings that came over later into
    • late as the 19th century, but these universities had no use for
    • during the later decades of the 19th century, know well, if we
    • was still to be found in Europe even as late as the sixties and
    • wide among the common people. In the later decades of the 19th
    • Similarly in these years one could still find isolated
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • still to make use of it. But later on, save for a few men like
    • forces work in it. These too are related to the earthly forces.
    • out the honey juice, absorbs it, assimilates it within itself,
    • hold of her salt! They behave like two closely related things,
    • the fact that he has not merely let himself be stimulated to
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • who cause the blood to circulate as a fluid through your veins.
    • learned increasingly to feel how closely related warmth of soul
    • man of later times gradually lost all knowledge of how his
    • as compared with the events of which external history relates.
    • of the later centuries. It is no longer present in our
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • able to contemplate the earthly world and also to understand it
    • later on perhaps, they will come to us, and because they have
    • right remedies and then they will buy them; later on they may
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    • point of view, by means of the way we are then related to the
    • the waking life to judge to what extent the dream is related to
    • him as his soul-spirit-being related to the transformations and
    • later — to a very special experience, an experience that
    • articulated speech for outward expression as human beings,
    • subtle way, and must be translated into human speech by
    • later be a matter of course — just as it was with the
    • custom, with pencil in hand, to write down, to formulate,
    • so this building had to be related to what was fostered within
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    • social structure, was lost. First the Gods, later the metaphysical
    • means, only that which can be related to the external sensible
    • assimilate many an uncomfortable truth.
    • relates to the sense-life, to a what is in the causal Ordering of
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    • is brought about more through meditation which is related to
    • with coloured forms, then it is a clairvoyance that relates
    • clairvoyance is related to what real spiritual clairvoyance
    • would be nearer and more closely related to us than
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    • regulated by nature, and were so far active that the right
    • sound of the word that it is related to this. The word
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • organism nothing is isolated or stands alone. Everything is
    • contemplate man with wonder and amazement, we try to
    • regulate all life, also all social life. In the same way it
    • not to disown his former deeds by his later ones. A certain
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • Tomorrow I shall begin my discussion of the problems related to
    • an opportunity to connect various related matters. I shall
    • endowed mother. In later years he could recall with inner
    • its very fingertips should be related with the outer world.
    • united with them. He always keeps a certain isolated pedestal
    • endless illness” dragged along their weary way. Even in later
    • related to his work. But in addition to being just as practical
    • Frankfurt from his scientific studies and later from his
    • his mode of being relates to the age in which he lives. This
    • fights for the most varied issues, and is later captured. After
    • isolated pedestal, but as life touched him, he became one with
    • isolated pedestal, he was nevertheless touched by everything
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • stimulated one another, and Hermann Grimm rightly remarks that
    • himself in riddling questions about life, and that is related
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    • certain things in his youth. We then derive what he did later
    • more than a child. His later inclination to art is thus glibly
    • appear at once — we shall come back to this later — but, when
    • tendency to isolate himself from the world to some degree was a
    • loosened. As a result, such a person can be more isolated, in a
    • he later reduced to artistic form in Werther. His own
    • Long afterward he related how he then encountered himself,
    • he went there again many years later to visit his old
    • believe anything else he relates. Considering the love of truth
    • intimately related with his rebirth as this was connected with the
    • intimately bound up with his rebirth. To be sure, he did relate
    • admittedly is closely related with Goethe's. It is expressed in
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    • the important point is to know how they are related to the
    • naturally related to the astral body or the ego. But these are
    • system is related with the actual ego. These are the primary
    • of the organism really developed later than the head, has only
    • been added later, and is an appendage of the fully developed
    • his head is in many ways a later formation of the Moon period,
    • isolated pedestal. But such an effect can never come about
    • circulated about educated horses that can speak and do all
    • of a complete system of interrelated objective wisdom
    • because his ganglionic and spinal cord life was stimulated to
    • creation of the great spirits are related to the unconscious
    • given up the practice of medicine as he did and later, thanks
    • Vocational work is related to the work that was done in
    • deep sleep is related to dreaming. But to say that we sleep
    • only later. In other words, this is only a beginning.
    • which is often connected quite externally with him, is related
    • develop the real question of karma as it relates to vocation.
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    • if the subject is related intimately to their lives. Spiritual
    • evolution of the world is related to the spiritual, and in what
    • man's emotional life was intricately related with his
    • related to the advancing and changing vocational life.
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    • plan, one that was unrelated to the other. Certainly he seems
    • derived not from our vocation and all that was related to it in
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    • sure, the boys learned to get along in Latin and later in the
    • Greek writers, but they really did not know until a rather late
    • specific system. Now, if you calculate certain ratios that Eyth
    • that this symbol π represents the result of later
    • relied more on atavistic clairvoyance; this later disappeared
    • criticism decreased. Later, after this man had gone too far as
    • conflict, and so on. The story may then relate quite
    • toward one point, then another, and then to relate these two
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    • is related directly to the practical and general outward life
    • sense much that is related to the questions we are
    • intimately related with his remote cosmic future. Each person
    • those things related to the future vocation of a person just
    • descendants. He cannot develop these capacities later, so this
    • secondary importance that are developed later may be passed
    • without discussing many related things here, I wish to point
    • especially many things that are related to what he works out in
    • Europe is aiming as a later stage; that is, toward a new
    • important question is how these views are related to their
    • manipulate the souls of men in the “right” way, many a person
    • significant that destiny chooses 1916. Had we calculated for
    • interrelated in the world, but it is not always necessary that
    • later occurred.
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    • single fact, can be viewed from many standpoints. I will relate
    • mention the following authenticated fact; it was related by a
    • professor. He related this dream and also wrote of it in many
    • letters. It was later revealed that the very same night he had
    • deal of work. Now, his Italian contemporaries and later others
    • with his brain that — I simply repeat what was related — he
    • convent, and a son, whom he later legitimized. Although he
    • taught Gustav Adolf, who later became the king of Sweden —
    • But now I would like to relate this life story in a different
    • that this story is a myth, but I will continue to relate it
    • lectured with great distinction on mathematics and related
    • common-law marriage; it happened as I related it so I need not
    • view. You will observe that even though I did not relate false
    • not the same as when I related the story the second time. And
    • of what I first related? It was his personal fate. Apart from
    • observe it without any preconception. I related his life to
    • of heredity. What comes later must be referred to another point
    • preserved in them — and we shall later discuss how it has been
    • I wanted to present to you a by no means isolated example of
    • relates how he fell into bad company, led another into bad
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    • related to the time spirit and the beginnings of what man
    • little understand. Later, it is reported that he has been
    • later, even today. At that time the word possessed, by reason
    • described. In later times this power was no longer present. But
    • the human being is related and from which he is born by
    • human evolution as being cosmically interrelated and under a
    • and then later, in 1762, by Watt.
    • later a dot was placed over it) is the principal part even of
    • that delicate vibrations will accumulate and tremendous effects
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    • the time spirits; later, they looked up to those spirits who
    • East later. That is, they begin to worship angels, every person
    • new way to relate oneself to religious life. Where had the
    • beings and only through our feeling related to everyone else do
    • was regulated through the atavistic powers that lay within
    • reality enters into maya in everything that is related to the
    • related to our views of the world. Recently, Hermann Bahr also
    • The train went on without him, and later, it was demolished in
    • beings with the spiritual world. Later, his wife continues to
    • I am about to add I shall have to formulate, at least for the
    • example, related from one of his profound occult insights that
    • manipulate the psychic media one by one for their own specific
    • 1915, Sir Oliver at first related the message which had
    • to relate itself with the spiritual world in this fashion.
    • easily relate the prophecy to Myers' role as a mediator in
    • the seances, which in each case is modulated to allow for the
    • will talk about these things some more later on.
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    • really only related to our present incarnation; what we have
    • incarnation, is already related to our next incarnation. I
    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
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    • time indicated, all conceptions related to spiritual and
    • man of soul and spirit he pushes against what is related to
    • his own body (that is why the red strokes are isolated).
    • related to the higher hierarchies — these concepts have
    • Schools, where everything was still related to the
    • related to the Pneuma; again today you find it drawn, and we
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • sort. For, if one has any latent tendency as a spiritual
    • eminently practical branch of life, Insurance. One calculates
    • calculate the amount of insurance, the rate of insurance,
    • were dead, of those who at 20 years old were calculated to
    • meat to him. You can calculate pretty accurately what he will
    • calculate, or determine causally, in social life, the more it
    • dispensed with. And now, just calculate how many people were
    • nevertheless, where an isolated undertaking of this kind is
    • be regulated? People's wants are very various. Some
    • can they be regulated?
    • regulate consumption in any way dictatorially, certainly
    • consumption cannot be regulated by any sort of ordinances,
    • what a long time was needed for deliberation, as late as
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    • these circumstances it then grew too late; so that the
    • late. Things are taken up, even in our own movement, from an
    • views which they are advocating. I read lately
    • might be, before it is too late! — For many things it
    • is simply too late to-day. By the paths along which we
    • as a fact, for many things it is now simply too late. And it
    • may possibly very soon be too late also for other things,
    • new!’ The truth is — as I wrote lately in our
    • really beg you — especially in the question of an isolated
    • he translates everything at once into abstractions, and
    • things which one sees and has to do with, but translates
    • translates everything into lofty abstractions, — and that is
    • (translated) in No. 1 of the present Study Series.
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    • all the problems related to the soul life of the human being
    • second edition after quite a short time. The author relates
    • imagination? It is nothing other than what later goes
    • contemplate the course of human evolution, we are bound to say
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • about history is the enthusiasm it stimulates.”
    • enthusiasm that history stimulates. However, the more we feel
    • the imagination which felt itself stimulated to think in
    • Literature,” which was translated into German, and in his
    • our feeling life and our passions are related to our dream
    • what it is that as perception stimulates the will. How what you
    • the first years of childhood and in the later years of
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • intimately related — I have already said this today
    • beings, intimately related to what works out of our souls as
    • years later — such is the course of history — a
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    • we shall see later, be experienced, is by way of the thinking.
    • consciousness and in being related to them in such a way that
    • shall speak further about this later — that in constantly
    • and how they were related, in short, he had conceived his
    • remarkable thing happened that later he forgot the form in
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    • leaves open. Anthroposophy has to contemplate with particular
    • later, and it may then happen that some external sense
    • unintentionally, years later. It may not reappear in its
    • constitution; it may arise in the soul years later, entirely
    • contemplated as those impulses, which give us our
    • down into our organism, how it stimulates the muscles and takes
    • consciousness. Only later through an external impression, with
    • related us to other human beings, and we find ourselves in
    • impulses can arise which relate whole human beings to whole
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • regulated that it induces hunger. It is possible to
    • as we shall see later — but it arises out of the life of
    • analysis. He formulated his views on the basis of everything
    • of date. But we can also study the very latest developments on
    • to the question later. I would only like to add that Oskar
    • deals with the reaction they stimulate, their effect on the
    • organism. How wonderful, even compared with the latest
    • remember brings about? It enables us to call up at a later time
    • in us. Years later, or whenever it might be, we can recall it.
    • that later can be recalled out of this by our memory. But when
    • present. But then it appears later, according to the images we
    • have — this has all to be regulated — these images
    • formulate the life of the soul theoretically, but to take it
    • formulate a picture without really going into it and then
    • just saying that these materialistically formulated ideas of
    • our views should be formulated according to the highest
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    • recited and the real artistic content of it is translated
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    • but he will never be tempted to produce things which relate
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    • world of Stars, with that we are more closely related between
    • impulse to become too much related to the earthly powers,
    • related to the Cosmic powers outside the Earth. Here on Earth
    • themselves, as they now reveal themselves, until a later
    • wait for a later age to become that which they were intended
    • only in a later development of cosmic life.
    • the stage which they ought to show at a later stage of their
    • relationship we assimilate here on Earth, yet between birth
    • becomes too strong, we become too closely related to physical
    • everything which the intellect can accumulate, to despise
    • knowledge of Spiritual Science. We must assimilate these
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    • what I should like to pay today has of late often been
    • change their calling later in life, so let them talk. But we
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    • reality which we postulate. Everything that physics an
    • contemplate that Being Whom, as I have told you, is to be
    • again later at an age when people used to have ideals as
    • pedagogy can only be stimulated in men when they have
    • nature of humanity and that is able to stimulate a living
    • man will enter upon his later life with forces that are
    • won't relate the story in detail in case someone might get
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    • To assimilate
    • on the Earth. Children born later have been living in the
    • earthly life and relate it to conditions as they are upon
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    • had, in connection with art, in the way we like to relate
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • assimilated of the spiritual world. This attitude ignores the
    • shadowy thinking of ordinary life, he feels related to these
    • thinking, he feels related with what the architect creates.
    • is felt to be related with all that lives in the forms
    • super-sensible knowledge are related particularly with this
    • the colouring of man oscillates, the flesh-colour lying in
    • speaking of certain matters first and others later, or again
    • the breathing process to rhythm; the aim was to regulate and
    • the Spiritual must set out to assimilate what, even to-day,
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    • printed one. The version translated here is the one recited by Rudolf
    • years later, and after both versions have been published in book
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • too late. This is a grave statement but it must be made. At the present
    • in our being. During our life between birth and death we accumulate
    • accumulated in such a way that it can mirror the external world, just
    • of life the human being learns more, assimilates more wisdom than in
    • the three years spent in later life at the university. This is literally
    • in the way of knowledge accumulates for the purpose of transforming
    • has little by little instilled into us the dreadful maxim that the later
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    • Sweden, May 30, 1912, translated by M. Cotterell.
    • regulated by nature, and were so far active that the right
    • sound of the word that it is related to this. The word
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • organism nothing is isolated or stands alone. Everything is
    • contemplate man with wonder and amazement, we try to
    • regulate all life, also all social life. In the same way it
    • not to disown his former deeds by his later ones. A certain
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    • It was translated by Lisa Dreher and Henry B. Monges, and published
    • Translated by Lisa Dreher and Henry B. Monges
    • and was translated by Lisa Dreher and Henry B. Monges. Published in
    • Translated from the Original by
    • way only when we allow our soul perception to contemplate two
    • not contemplate death at all.
    • beings of the divine hierarchies who are related to the
    • comparison with those who came later. Although all that I have
    • Golgotha quite differently from later periods. And it is not
    • able to receive these communications at later periods. They had
    • to become fully acquainted with all that relates to
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    • Translated by Frances E. Dawson
    • This lecture was originally given in Berlin on February 15, 1909. This version was translated by Frances E.
    • Translated from the original by
    • those who were ordained to be related by blood to this ancestor.
    • it could later be very useful in the mission of the Hebrew
    • At a later time a man who played an important role in the
    • of Shem, in order later to give to Abraham the impulse which
    • could be borne at a later time by Melchizedek, who was to give
    • are transmitted as a rule to those people who are related by
    • later centuries. In the first Christian centuries the spread of
    • of Christianity in Middle-Europe. In the later centuries, from
    • the etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth. Later people tended
    • capacity for knowledge; then later with his etheric capacity;
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    • It was translated into English by Martha Keltz. It was James Gillen's wish
    • Translated by Martha Keltz.
    • It was translated into English by Martha Keltz. It was James Gillen's wish
    • It has never been translated into English, and never before published
    • from a scanned to a word document. It was translated into
    • that is indeed related to the deepest needs, the deepest
    • represented here. One does not begin to speculate on any
    • relates to the whole person.
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    • on which only spiritual science can throw light. Later
    • place of Christianity the world is to be inoculated with a
    • questions, but the answers are formulated in a way that
    • attention was given to questions of this nature at the latest
    • person formulates about supersensible matters have an
    • who relates many specific details. He speaks about what
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • will be the subject of a later lecture, though an indication
    • wisdom is related to experience, particularly to painful
    • assimilated pain.
    • people to assimilate a strange culture? Can a savage become
    • indication of blood formation. Only late in embryonic
    • blood made its appearance only late in world evolution, and
    • shown later. Those who wish to find another name only show
    • relates the deep
    • insofar as they are related to the animal kingdom. The
    • structured astral body what is needed to formulate mental
    • being who is able independently to formulate the pictures the
    • way conscious beings are related to ancestors, the other is
    • We are related
    • individual's physical past accumulates in the blood, just as
    • of intermarriage will be broken sooner or later among all
    • the foreign culture can be assimilated. Take the case of a
    • unrelated types of blood if mixed cause death, so is the old
    • species are related. The human organism survives when,
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    • contemplates his own life, as well as life in general,
    • itself, and the sorrow it caused. However, not muck later
    • consciousness when we contemplate the event recognized by a
    • water in solid form. Spirit relates to matter as water to
    • the human being will be unable to translate his thoughts into
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • physical body is related to the mineral kingdom, the ether
    • already in the embryo. However, humans are not isolated
    • so is it surrounded after birth by spiritual sheaths related
    • become forces of strength in later life. It is immensely
    • in behavioral shortcomings later. Just because axioms and
    • is a model to imitate; in the second an authority to emulate;
    • way they are interrelated in order to know when to influence
    • later still surrounds and protects the child must also be
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    • seventh year the ether body remains latent within the
    • while the etheric and astral principles are still latent,
    • the ether body, the principle of growth, is still latent.
    • its allotted task is over in the later part of life,
    • illness we must look at the way human beings are related to
    • for cholera. There exists in nature something that relates to
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • human being will no longer be able to receive later in life
    • stimulated. Nature study and arithmetic train the power of
    • first learns; only later does it understand, and only later
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of earth existence and is related to it as the above.
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    • the proof will be seen when it is assimilated, then applied
    • understood if it is assimilated like a spiritual food, and
    • contemplate, so merge with the laws of nature that they
    • not a product of fantasy. Fantasy is related to imagination
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    • suggested that a person should contemplate his ordinary
    • and fortune in later life depends upon the way his physical,
    • and any lack cannot be made up later. The appearance of the
    • chemical components; spiritually it is related to the child.
    • emulate — examples showing the path to Olympus. To be
    • organs, as they grow larger, all the attributes related to
    • important beliefs and opinions; to be obliged to formulate
    • for later life than an absence of feelings of great hopes and
    • this does not happen too late in life. The forces that
    • future organ and body-building forces; later they participate
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    • a group of secret brotherhoods claiming esoteric wisdom in the late
    • later the Confessio, two books much disputed among
    • who in his later years was an ordinary normal clergyman, was
    • centuries later. And today it is different again.
    • oneself. Human beings must be able to formulate thoughts that
    • who first formulated the theory of evolution.
    • and grow. The pupil was told: Contemplate man in relation to
    • water, and later with Christian purity. Became identified with
    • Later it rose in early spring in the constellation of Gemini,
    • then in that of Taurus and later still in that of Aries.
    • like human beings, had alone populated the earth, they would
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    • kind of knowledge that was later imparted in scientific
    • entities isolated from one another, their separate souls
    • related this idea to the discoveries of foreign lands; the
    • contributions from related arts were essential. Something
    • from them must flow into the music. One such related art was
    • was contributed by related arts. Harmonious collaboration
    • yet attained their later perfection. When they separated,
    • become articulate, strove to permeate the whole world and envelop
    • in interrelated groups, a time of which spiritual science
    • Wagner recognized, those related were bound together by
    • natural love connected with the blood. Not until later did
    • Zürich to the village; he contemplated the opposite
    • on Good Friday, 1857. He jotted down a few words that later
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • formulated the Nicene Creed in A.D. 325.
    • picture, a procedure that was later repeated. And indeed,
    • records as is later to be found in the faithful, whether of
    • attitude. The passage, when rightly translated reads:
    • all the stages by heart; later when writing came more into
    • initiates was not the kind of thing modern biographers relate
    • were related to the person and expressed his essential
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • This document is a previously untranslated Address given by Rudolf
    • indications for later activity in our souls, seeds for the future
    • guarantee for a later resurrection of the spiritual impact through
    • related to previous actions – which however does not exclude
    • the possibility to consider them later should it be so
    • spiritual content related to the path of initiation of humanity into
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    • rightly so, as one of the first who stimulated man to form
    • colour. If a modern man contemplates the beautiful blue sky and
    • older times, man's sleep-experiences could be assimilated
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    • other. Members, of the same tribe first had such related souls,
    • aside as evil; they must wait for a later time in order to
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • up inwardly and outwardly in the late twenties. Everything that comes
    • continuously vibrating into each other, whose rhythms are related as
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    • much more has to be worked on this in childhood. But later on these
    • is stimulated too strongly, so that really everything that is working
    • Sälde — related to what we would call “bliss”
    • Only later, after he has passed through his doubting, does Saelde permeate
    • view, which speculates on the egotistic motives of man, but does not
    • related to a joke about a philosopher in Wurzburg, on whose door students
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    • transition — a transition from the earlier time to the later one.
    • or 8th millennium) was different from the later Dark Age, out of which
    • illnesses ,which are throughout related to a lack of light. Of course
    • these are related to other factors, too — an illness can never
    • connected throughout with lack of light. One can relate with certainty
    • For example — we sit down at the table and have plates and forks and
    • knives, and on the plate some kind of cake or something else that is
    • related with his trees, with all that was for him precisely the suitable
    • was still something else than it was to become later, mainly in the
    • through all these processes so it can assimilate this — these
    • earth only if it is continuously stimulated to overcome the forces of
    • goal. The first is that one learns to know what is related there; but
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • another mug of beer which is served a bit too late. He
    • too late. All I will be able to find in this way is merely a
    • the other one will go, because we can calculate it. Yet on the
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    • later), put there as a reminder that through the constant
    • scientists' ideal to be able to calculate future occurrences
    • each contributing something toward what he later became. Would
    • see this from the fact that the folk tale goes on to relate
    • as we started to speculate when we tried to think out whether
    • speculate on what the results of his deed might be in any
    • namely, that we relate to the world in two ways.
    • spiritual world, when our souls are stimulated to do a
    • “Night,” Translated by Sir Theodore
    • wherever we go. It all depends on how we relate to them. These
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • Some time later the following thing happened. The headmaster
    • third.” But they could not very well emulate him, for
    • did not have to wait till later to see that it was good.”
    • realize that the cause of what takes place later obviously lies
    • lines of what comes first and what comes later. I would like to
    • point and that the driver's belated arrival was actually part
    • GA/Bn 65. Not yet translated.
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    • need to speculate in regard to what ought to happen on the
    • something does not work out and we feel uncomfortable later on
    • what one might call a Parsifal of a later age. Goethe can
    • what Goethe then expressed just because it had accumulated
    • to bring out all the latent talents. But these potential
    • thoughts of those human beings who will in the future populate
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • beings relate to the world changes in the different
    • that what comes later is prepared beforehand know that
    • isolated stimuli of the cortex which correspond in the
    • recapitulate, psychology does not deny absolute laws of
    • we can disregard them here. To recapitulate, psychology does
    • has to be stimulated in some other way.
    • we look at his portrait thirty years later. Is it no longer
    • like him, thirty years later, because it does not agree with
    • remember it in later earth lives. Is there anything you can
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • regulate a clock, you will not wind with the left hand, but
    • with the right; that is how you regulate a clock. This
    • picture, which is not formulated in pictures to produce an
    • civilisation-periods with what you hope of later periods that
    • why speech is more nearly related to spiritual things the
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    • the later periods. All these things happen interconnectedly;
    • because the dietitians have calculated the amount! In this
    • things with which we are related through our organism: we
    • through, as it were, laterally by the spiritual (yellow). The
    • through laterally. So that Inspiration, which should restrain
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • I am referring to is those newspaper articles that circulate scientific
    • in Meran, became a Jesuit and late a priest. He investigated the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • connection with God? When anyone says: the soul is related to the sum
    • would be inability to contemplate and to make use of imaginative powers,
    • the inability to contemplate and use one's imaginative power, reluctance
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • grown at a later stage of evolution. As you know, man's position in
    • my dear friends, in Imaginations translated into words. In reality these
    • else is mingled with the broken thread of thought, something calculated!
    • calculates, reckons, breaks the thread of thought at any point, calculates
    • not yet perceived will be perceived later. This willingness to receive
    • later epochs of mankind. Then, however, can, and quite certainly would,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • real experiences. Our real experiences are related to what we perceive
    • related to our real experiences in the same way as the sunlight, that
    • is related to the actual sunlight streaming towards us from the sun
    • all kinds of things that I have spoken about lately, you will have gathered
    • played even now or will be played later, in the catastrophic struggle
    • is the common thing today, always to relate everything back to just
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • that as man he feels himself related in his whole existence in his whole
    • penetrated in the north are the germ of what later was to arise in human
    • quite embryonic, waiting on till later. Thus it may be said: we have
    • the later development; the same point only arrived for them much later.
    • stage, men were much later in arriving at the same point as was reached
    • God who can be contemplated in nature. And Goethe is sincere to the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • translated by V. E. Watkin. They are from the series entitled,
    • reached for this later time. In Goethe himself, for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • that in the regions that afterwards, later, were supposed to be magyarised
    • poured what then in reality was only developed very late as Magyar culture.
    • and later in outward appearance the stout Privy Councillor with the
    • not understood, perhaps underlay his remarkable saying of later years:
    • outward reforms, were not in reality, closely related to him inwardly,
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series entitled,
    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • This important lecture is presented here, lovingly translated by
    • the astral co-operate. Contemplate how the vertebrae of the
    • he greedily craves for that which only the tongue and palate
  • Title: Goethe's Relationship to his 'Faust'
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    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series
    • Now, all of the lectures in this series have been translated!
    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • Translated
    • revealed related to Goethe and his “Faust.” What is
    • in the ordinary sense relate to the history of specific
    • there is the possibility to regain, later, through the spirit,
    • before the soul, as Goethe describes later, calling it the
    • his everyday consciousness. Later he wanted to bring it out in
    • offered “Faust” as a fragment. Schiller stimulated
    • Goethe was stimulated by Schiller to take “Faust”
    • in later times. In Italy Goethe had experienced this in Greek
    • written in English, translated from a French work by a
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series
    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • theme to which we will apply ourselves today relates in a
    • anthroposophic sense; and to above all, relate each single
    • Make an attempt to formulate a precise reckoning, drawing from
    • particular colourings and talents inter-relate with the
    • three weeks later, ignoring karma because he knows nothing
    • central sun, and all other consequences capitulate by
    • themselves — as had been related even today — and
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • matter of fact only-relates to exterior conditions.
    • as a composition that has not come into being as an isolated idea.
    • a mysteriously complicated element (see the red line). So that the later
    • it is also the most complicated. This is not true. If we contemplate
    • one contemplates this simplicity which develops out of the complicated9one
    • be realised from within. It will be seen then from the moulding of isolated
    • is not calculated to induce sleep but is for the purpose of awakening,
    • (about which I shall speak more fully later on but which I cannot show
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    • you see the Building covered over with Norwegian slate. Once when I
    • the mountain slopes the wonderful slate-quarries of the neighbourhood
    • with this slate. You will find, if you strike a favourable day, and
    • the dome — the covering of this slate — in the sun, makes
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • have stayed out of doors till late in the evening, till
    • Gospel. He wants to translate this into his beloved German;
    • again when, later, Faust speaks such beautiful words to
    • self-knowledge. He translates the Bible wrongly because the
    • “the shamefully Immolated, by Whom all heaven is
    • chemistry today will sound to those who come later just as
    • particular passage belongs to a late period of decline.
    • from nature men strove to stimulate the body, that is, to
    • antiquated volume — that indeed belongs to a very late
    • electricity itself being stimulated, but of contact
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • those that were later; but up to 1900 I know them almost all,
    • belongs relate to what has lagged behind, and hence he feels
    • Now notice that later the answers given by
    • reasonableness. Goethe has translated the Italian
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    • experiences of his time is formulated and brought to full
    • formulate the divine spiritual dwelling in man's innermost
    • formulate his philosophy. And all this had been going on
    • begin with he has no qualms; they will come later. He is not
    • either alone or perhaps with the help of everywhere latent
    • that is pictured later in the
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    • and that here he is showing the way in which man can relate
    • calculate the separate divisions and the whole world, as they
    • whether these forces thus related to the Moon have a real
    • to say much of what we have been studying lately receives new
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    • is chiefly related to what we may comprise with the words
    • Feeling and Willing, translated into the Imaginative sphere
    • no way betray it. It was not until a later period of Greece
    • is all utterly confusing. Things that relate to the Idol and
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • contemplated union; but when the son was born, he pierced
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    • through Moon, Sun and Saturn ages and later through the Earth
    • twenties, it would admittedly have been late, but he would
    • somewhat later; it is the Ahrimanic stream(blue). This stream
    • was still writing the youthful part of Faust, but later,
    • the worlds. If only he had not later rectified this terrible
    • these two were one. And among those beings who were related
    • water-air. The Sirens feel themselves related to water only
    • often only be understood if they are translated. They are
    • men; they first begin to have meaning when translated into
    • come later — like the bees, the hive of bees; they are
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    • than his later philistine followers because he lived nearer
    • Saturn. On a higher level, the earlier appears in the later.
    • working together, they are still isolated from one another.
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    • suitable outlook. When Goethe in his 42nd year contemplated a
    • I have tried to understand what comes latest in Goethe's
    • later period. What at that time existed in an unripe state
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    • developed atavistic clairvoyance, man contemplated nature
    • later by Goethe.
    • spiritual world the spiritual correlate of the human birth
    • exoteric side of man's becoming related, however, to the
    • with the becoming of nature was involved when, later, the
    • expects Galatea, the most outstanding of them; for they are
    • to attend the ocean-festival. Galatea! and Imagination of a
    • importance; how in later life he becomes spiritual. This,
    • outside the human body, and you have Galatea, with those akin
    • have Galatea, with those akin to her, her sisters, the
    • appeared in the figure of Galatea. And he knows that
    • Galatea-impulse, can do no more than hover on its surface.
    • it approach what Nereus evoked in his daughter Galatea. All
    • Homunculus against the shell-chariot of Galatea, the
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    • the urge for knowledge must be related to all the claims life
    • present latent in mankind. But Goethe sees clearly that
    • them, the most outstanding of them all, Galatea. Yesterday I
    • Galatea.
    • clouds, accompanying Galatea's shell-chariot. This
    • previously described shell-chariots of Galatea. The Psylli
    • shell-chariot of Galatea. There is deep meaning in the
    • same force as the one living in Galatea's shell-chariot
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    • lectures following the performance of the later
    • the will translated into deed, we again find ourselves up
    • crashes against Galatea's shell-chariot — feel what
    • first writs articles of genius about animals, and later, to
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    • This newly translated lecture is the third of seven lectures in the
    • Translated by Luise Boeddinghaus
    • This newly translated lecture is the third of seven lectures in the
    • It is lovingly translated by Luise Boeddinghaus.
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    • This newly translated lecture is the thirteenth of nineteen lectures
    • It is lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz,
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    • more we approach the later cultural epochs, the more the veil
    • they could regulate their lives. How could this Mission of
    • Moses be formulated then? Just consider the necessity to
    • never practice worship. That only came much later. Certainly
    • later in the oriental culture symbols and images of God
    • idols came at a much later time. The ancient Persian culture
    • done everything related to your soul striving towards becoming
    • you are related, should place before your soul nothing other
    • this way we must translate the announcement of the
    • you as it really needs to be translated, to bring it to such an
    • This has been translated with: “I am a striving
    • effectively continuous sin which translates into illness.
    • are correctly translated. It becomes clear to us from the
    • human being related to divinity, during the time of the Mission
    • relate in the right way towards the higher Worlds through the
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    • This newly translated lecture is the seventeenth of nineteen lectures
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz,
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    • related to the entire surrounding world, that all beings are
    • instance. It appears, when we contemplate the plant, that
    • we apply all imaginings which we relate to ourselves, to the
    • development before our souls when we contemplate the following:
    • perceived everything in a different way to later. Today, when
    • and stimulate evil instincts, through which in an alternate
    • movement, it appears cold and calculated by the mind. When we
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • their share. Humanity has, during its latest phase of
    • consciousness is developed out of that which is latent in
    • Bois-Reymond has tabulated seven great questions as to
    • incomplete brain, enabling it at a later period to become the
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    • stream of civilisation as late as the 12th century A.D., was
    • know that the oxygen of the air circulates through our organism
    • inwardness. Words after all are words. The people of later
    • is carried over into a later one by people returning into
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • necessities of the situation that had later arisen, because ripeness
    • manipulate his powers out of his own freewill. In other words: it
    • Beings to whom man was known to be related just as he is related to
    • They speculate strongly upon the egotism of human beings, upon
    • backwards, upon himself; he contemplates his own being. This is full
    • laterally.
    • Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, nor laterally as those of Leo, Virgo, Libra,
    • a hunter — one who shoots; the constellation which stimulated the
    • were built in the form of a fish, and later on we often find a
    • zodiacal circle. Then, working laterally, there are the forces present
    • earthly life, are liken to heaven, related to more distant planetary
    • metabolism, the motor forces of the limbs — we are related to the
    • like. He must learn to relate both his life and his form to the
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    • related to the upper constellations of the Zodiac: Aries, Taurus,
    • to work in what is provided, later on, in material form, by the stream
    • he enters more automatically into what he will have to express later
    • his mother-tongue, assimilates it as though it were part of his very
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    • heard how the inner, spiritual core of man's being is related to the
    • Religions of the present day speculate far too much upon human
    • Europe, deeply influencing the spiritual life of later times. Yet it
    • isolated seers, they realised, when they went into the hut of one of
    • remarkable picture. The form of life that later on tends more towards
    • life that later on tends towards the civilisation of Sweden, streams
    • The peoples who later on became the Norwegians, carry the element of
    • way the languishing Latin culture is stimulated and imbued with life.
    • by other Asiatic peoples and later by the Mongols and Tartars, nor
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • Most of these lectures remain untranslated.
    • It was translated from notes, unrevised by the lecturer, by Beresford
    • arrived too late to hear the clergyman of Rammenau, well known
    • Gottlieb to relate the whole affair to him and showed deep
    • of Fichte in his later life and work.
    • the ideas he had assimilated from Kant, but also to immerse himself
    • one repeat my words after me, but let each one be stimulated by me
    • assimilated that education till it had become the most fundamental
    • against Fichte himself. It is impossible to relate here the full details
    • proved at a later date at Berlin by the following incident. One day
    • nothing which cannot be easily assimilated to my accustomed way of
    • it had to emerge sooner or later, albeit in a rugged form, this urge
    • existence seemed as if annihilated for evermore, this man undertook
    • teacher's chair at Jena and later when, as he said, he was speaking
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    • contemplate what will take place in the coming days in large cities
    • which we will touch upon later. — And when the main days of the
    • heads, and lately wearing simply a white jacket. One of them used to
    • translated by A.C. Harwood, Rudolf Steiner Press, London.
    • Steiner translates it as ‘young’.
    • people can hardly conceive how one could feel spiritually as late as
    • what to relate it spiritually. For in those days superstition about
    • such matters had not yet spread to the extent it did later, in the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • this wonderful poem extended to the West. Only lately have Western
    • can in his true spirit form. Then Krishna appears to him (later we
    • were forced upon it because this soul feels itself related to a
    • far away, altogether unrelated to his soul. We can distinctly feel
    • worlds. We must feel ourselves stimulated to this search when we
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    • isolated persons who had such experiences; experiences of truly
    • organism, preparing it for a later time when it would be capable of
    • it will become later on. So we must say that until the period when
    • order his life within that caste that he might raise himself in later
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    • been surpassed in later times. Suppose further, having said this, he
    • of feeling that thus translates the super-sensible into sense terms.
    • development all the forces latent within them as individual souls. In
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    • closely related to other forces, those that also develop in man with
    • sleeping generative forces that only waken later on. One who is
    • breath of divine powers. While in later life they appear in man's
    • ourselves one person who is related to the creative forces in man,
    • Maya of this soul of Krishna. Later on in history a definite
    • Jesus child. What was there embodied is related to the forces that
    • the forces related to the innocent sex-forces in the child. Thus the
    • physical evolution of mankind began. In later time this root, these
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    • remained a secret. The people who came later did not know the real
    • who honestly endeavors to penetrate a later spiritual stream
    • impossible stuff is the result. Later I heard a lecture by another
    • right quality of feeling, particularly in its later sections. At a
    • man is trying to assimilate the outer world, not through ordinary
    • translated sattwa as “goodness” and objected to another
    • man who translated it as “light,” though he translated
    • Tamas may always be translated “darkness” but for the
    • with it. Therefore it is wrong to translate sattwa as “light”
    • though it is quite possible to translate tamas as “darkness.”
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    • rajas, and tamas men are different in the way they relate to their
    • akin to themselves, that it is related to them and therefore worthy
    • clearly as possible. Krishna and Brahma are related to each other as
    • withdrawn from Lucifer; came in Krishna and later in the Luke Jesus
    • related to Jesus, not to the Christ Who lived in Jesus for the three
    • cannot but regard these latest proceedings as the final grotesque
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    • later. We will point now to only one quality to which allusion has
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    • conditions (we shall see later why “necessary”) and so may
    • though we would not want to attach any value to it now. Later on,
    • regulate itself entirely in accordance with the course of the stars.
    • the moment when the seer feels himself isolated and as though sun-like
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    • mourning Isis. “Sons of the Widow”. In the later Egyptian
    • experienced later on.
    • later times. He could still be led through the vast spaces of the
    • that later age no Osiris could be born, no Cosmic Harmony resounded,
    • which added the Osiris-Initiation to the mourning Isis, as she later
    • soul of the aspirant in the later Egyptian Initiation: to feel how he
    • the Egyptians spoke as the later Isis. Hence the seriousness of the
    • though desolate and forsaken by the Cosmic Word, those worlds into
    • In the later Egyptian time — and also in other lands during this
    • late Egyptian time — when a man raised himself into the higher
    • him. To-day such a man feels lonely and forsaken; in the later
    • Egyptian Age he did not only feel forsaken and desolate, but, if he
    • world. And now, when the Initiate of the later Egyptian Age rose up
    • world, so did the Initiate of the later Egyptian period feel how the
    • later Egyptian Initiation — that when the aspirant raised his
    • through the frame of mind, of the later Egyptian Initiate, the
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    • Ejeh". Candidates in the later Egyptian Mysteries felt that the
    • Secrets of the Egypto-Chaldean epoch were related to the inpouring
    • Parsifal: the ideal of later Initiation. Present-day Mysteries are an
    • Isis. The soul which in later Egyptian times had raised itself into
    • later at another place. And so there reappeared That which the souls
    • who were being initiated in the later Egyptian Mysteries had seen
    • upon by those in later times who were permitted to participate in the
    • kind of repetition of what has gone before. In every later epoch the
    • As in earlier ages, so also in this later age, that which was enacted
    • related to the Cosmos, to the in-pouring of the forces of the Zodiac
    • to experience through the later Mysteries is bound up with the
    • What the Intellectual Soul was to experience in this later time has in
    • that had to be recapitulated from the epoch in which the Mystery of
    • human soul in later times.
    • Let us take an Initiate of later times when, having freed his ego and
    • sense; the dead part is indeed stimulated by its environment, but
    • secrets of the Grail, the Middle Ages saw something related to a
    • related to Eblis, and in Mohammedan tradition Eblis is the figure we
    • all hostile influences related to the Mysteries of the Grail and the
    • in earlier times. It has become possible only in later days, because
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  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • family. Sometimes, indeed, brothers and sisters married. Later on, men
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    • The materialist will not admit that the thoughts stimulated in us by
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    • lies latent in every human being. The astral body is faced with
    • ‘morality’ is not enough, for this relates merely to man's
    • conduct in the outer world. Yoga is related to the inner man.
    • or significant, must be to dominate, regulate and hold them under the
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    • should spread over the world in later times. In the Gospel of St. John
    • the spiritual history of mankind. It is related to the saying of
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    • lying latent in his body. In the course of his meditations, the
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    • not kill, may therefore be translated into Thou shalt not
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    • from the physical body. Its vibrations are modulated and communicate a
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    • dreams and to relate them to actuality. We may dream, for example,
    • The Initiates translated their visions into such signs and symbols.
    • esoteric Christianity. Later on, at the Court of Charles the Bald in
    • of this Record as in a sensitive plate. To understand the images which
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    • associate ideas and to calculate — which he could not do before. On the
    • say, expression in articulate sounds, first became possible. This was
    • of articulate sounds can only be a faculty of beings who stand
    • walked on four feet; he could not utter articulate sounds; he had no
    • to utter articulate sounds — the words of speech.
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    • forces contained in germ what was later to take on physical
    • were engendered which later made it possible for a third body to
    • develop within himself what later took on physical embodiment and gave
    • later on. Mercury is the only metal which has not solidified. When
    • substance, composed of vapors, is related to our feelings in the same
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    • The physical correlate of this spiritual evolution was the growth and
    • thoughts were not related to the sense-world they would simply be
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    • a later transformation of the Graeco-Roman culture, brought about by
    • within him what he later sees around him. All that is
    • When the Earth begins to recapitulate the previous phases of its
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    • undeveloped personality, and later, in the form of the
    • that later also becomes noticable in the waking state.
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    • world. In this way we learn to relate ourselves rightly
    • refers to a much later time, the time when all men will
    • developed later. This process coincided with the impregnation
    • later. The bones were the last things to appear in the human
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    • later gave rise to potent ideas, the fruits of which are in countless
    • to regulate the processes of thought. In theosophical language, a man who
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    • for what we are told about the higher worlds is not mere theory, unrelated
    • because he keeps the same image later, in the Second Part of Faust,
    • plate. Where a physical object exists, there is nothing; what is light
    • can be seen very well. Life circulates in Devachan like blood in the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • of dreams we will deal with later.
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    • can become when the experiences of this latest life are added to those
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    • or sixteenth year — earlier with girls, later with boys. Then there
    • The later the power of
    • significant for its later behaviour. The ball goes through a sort of
    • if they go to live in dark caves. Now suppose that in a later generation
    • to live in caves. Thus an earlier experience shapes a later destiny,
    • industry or moral activity, will certainly have its effect in later
    • life. I will start being really good in a later life; for the moment
    • a cause of glorious results in the future, as a seed for a later harvest
    • whole question of human evolution and will be dealt with later.
    • of single “I's”, each one isolated from the rest;
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    • destiny in a later life depends upon what we do in this physical life.
    • more or less the same character throughout life. We shall see later
    • of how things in the spiritual life are inter-related can be seen in
    • bodies of Europeans became infected and in later generations the infection
    • spiritual life, can later express themselves in physical life. There
    • related to physical heredity? Physical heredity plays a great role;
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    • appears quite late, and in the language of the earlier Greeks no word
    • Conscience has developed fairly late in human evolution, and we shall
    • beings within himself. Later on he worked his way upwards and left behind
    • himself a great deal that was later externalised. And today he still
    • has within him something that later on will be outside — his karma,
    • transform evil in later generations.
    • Later on, when man has overcome evil, he can go on to redeem the creatures
    • are related to certain physical organs. For instance, no being can have
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    • the physical body is the most perfect part of the human being. Later
    • the centre of the Sun. When later on the Sun left the Earth, the human
    • entered into a connection with Mercury and is still closely related
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    • The germinal human forms were differentiated and articulated; and because
    • in solution much that later on became solid — our present-day
    • was filled with pure spirit, later with the astral element, and finally
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    • are of much later origin. The ancient Indian felt in his heart that
    • comprising the Chaldean-Assyrian-Babylonian-Egyptian people, and later
    • stars in their courses and in accordance with them he regulated his
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    • the life of an ordinary man nowadays. From early till late he is occupied
    • through his soul. These pictures are not directly related to the external
    • a symbol of some latent illness which will come out in a few days'
    • careful attention to them. Later, you may notice that your dreams become
    • Later comes a stage when
    • Here the pupil learns to regulate his emotions so that he is not at
    • he has of course to learn how the images are related to their objects.
    • who can tell him from the start how these things are related and how
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    • have become so complex that many people violate this commandment without
    • of ours. They assimilate carbon dioxide, separate the carbon from the
    • descriptions can be given of these later stages of Christian Initiation.
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    • and it, too, is related to the lower form of self-knowledge.
    • All this stimulates the Imagination, and by this means the pupil
    • later on be in reality. These are exercises of the Imagination; by their
    • way. Hence we can say that the liver is closely related to the astral
    • of the Ego. Another, much later exercise is directed towards the inner
    • that you will see how man is related to everything that happens on
    • the mineral mass, is related to the interior as an eggshell is to the
    • is related to all the layers, for they are continually radiating out
    • of this layer are related; when men give rein to evil passions they
    • are related to happenings in the Earth can be seen from two examples
    • himself, he spiritualises the Earth also. One day, at a later planetary
    • of evolution. One of the latest of these impulses is the Theosophical
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    • the question is how one shapes the soul care, how one relates to it.
    • examines how the pastor has to relate to the physician in
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    • same forces by which we think later. So it is important to consider
    • (Plate I, 1)
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    • (Plate I, 2)
    • (Plate I, 3)
    • isolated because the etheric body — from time to time or even
    • (Plate II)
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    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • (Plate I, 2)
    • the other members of the organism. In a later period the person
    • physical or etheric bodies. Still later,
    • (Plate I, 3)
    • (Plate II)
    • treatment; it accomplishes nothing. Perhaps later the physician is
    • personality in a later epoch who went through these stages under the
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    • it relates as much to one as to the other.
    • are stimulated by light from without and we receive the stimulus into
    • Instead of the experience of consciousness being stimulated through
    • The entire process is a latent illness and healing. This is one of
    • these things were used in a careful, esoteric way. Later this
    • thousand years later. Time is measured quite differently in the
    • spiritual aspects, can relate to what is seen from a medical view
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    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • How does this relate
    • purely with sun forces. The child-soul is so intimately related to
    • moon activity. These forces relate entirely to moon activity. They
    • beginning of the twenties. The division of time in the later years is
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • (Plate III, middle)
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    • (Plate III, right)
    • late, the question will be whether that person is hindered by his or
    • is, at the right point of time, or is too early or too late. We will
    • discuss physical appearance later, for even an intensive study of
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    • delighted by it. By the time the late teens come, the eighteenth,
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • therefore the astral organization is failing to relate properly to
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • related to the child's entire destiny. We will also speak about this
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
    • be understood, so that one relates to them in the right way.
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • one earth-life and evoke consequences in a later one. Therefore karma
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • belief that came later, pronouncing exactly the opposite view —
    • later life he tortured domestic animals in every possible way to an
    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • house that he tortured, first among his relatives, and later when he
    • fantastic, the way he related himself to them. It reveals an inner
    • the dog has rabies! (Actually, it was established later that the dog
    • upper members relate to each other, whether they are separated from
    • relates them to spiritual connections — as it can if one takes
    • work must relate to facts. If it takes hold of facts, then it will be
    • healing process, they will be able to relate themselves to it in the
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    • combustion is related to external combustion precisely as something
    • living is related to something dead. Combustion in the external world
    • of combustion always relates to this external condition. This does
    • who has to relate in any way to what modern science is able to
    • look at what manifests as external human processes and relate them to
    • from our breathing activity while awake, because it is regulated by
    • eye and ear; then it begins to speculate wildly about what happens
    • (Plate IV)
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    • (Plate IV)
    • (Plate IV)
    • (Plate IV, right side)
    • become blood, one sees the latent karma. It stays in the lymph. So
    • (Plate IV, left, yellow)
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    • (Plate V, left)
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    • (Plate V, left)
    • (Plate V, right)
    • (Plate V, yellow)
    • (Plate V)
    • (Plate V)
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
    • sun is given: the darkening that relates to the light, the constant
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    • to relate a state of illness in a human being to his
    • (Plate VI, left)
    • and consider the outer mineral world that relates to it. During sleep
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    • understand how things relate to one another.
    • spiritual world, and learned how they relate to the physical world
    • We have to relate
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    • (Plate VII)
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    • (Plate VII, red-yellow)
    • can only be realized if it is related to the Platonic cosmic year;
    • (Plate VII)
    • it relates to our whole human life.
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • we relate to the course of a macrocosmic day. We can figure it out in
    • day of our life relates to the length of our entire life in the same
    • rhythm as one of our breaths relates to the total number of our
    • and foremost in the world of the stars. Inwardly, we relate to our
    • ordinary breathing; outwardly, we relate to the Platonic year. In
    • we come to that part of the outer world that is related to the
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • find that the concrete details relate to broad knowledge and
    • observation such as we have been presenting. In later times, such
    • relation to the day. What do we relate to with our physical body? How
    • do we relate physically to the Platonic year? There we relate to
    • for instance, successive racial forms appear, and so forth. We relate
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    • because healing was regarded as related to the entire evolution of
    • related to healing. The entire educational process in very ancient
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • first that medicine is related to this mystery, but it is. It is so
    • truly related that through your understanding of the processes of
    • (Plate VIII)
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    • the question is how one shapes the soul care, how one relates to it.
    • examines how the pastor has to relate to the physician in
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    • same forces by which we think later. So it is important to consider
    • isolated because the etheric body — from time to time or even
    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • the other members of the organism. In a later period the person
    • physical or etheric bodies. Still later, the person enters a
    • treatment; it accomplishes nothing. Perhaps later the physician is
    • personality in a later epoch who went through these stages under the
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • it relates as much to one as to the other.
    • are stimulated by light from without and we receive the stimulus into
    • Instead of the experience of consciousness being stimulated through
    • The entire process is a latent illness and healing. This is one of
    • these things were used in a careful, esoteric way. Later this
    • thousand years later. Time is measured quite differently in the
    • spiritual aspects, can relate to what is seen from a medical view
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • How does this relate
    • purely with sun forces. The child-soul is so intimately related to
    • moon activity. These forces relate entirely to moon activity. They
    • beginning of the twenties. The division of time in the later years is
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • late, the question will be whether that person is hindered by his or
    • is, at the right point of time, or is too early or too late. We will
    • discuss physical appearance later, for even an intensive study of
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 5
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • delighted by it. By the time the late teens come, the eighteenth,
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • therefore the astral organization is failing to relate properly to
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • related to the child's entire destiny. We will also speak about this
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
    • be understood, so that one relates to them in the right way.
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • one earth-life and evoke consequences in a later one. Therefore karma
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • belief that came later, pronouncing exactly the opposite view —
    • later life he tortured domestic animals in every possible way to an
    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • house that he tortured, first among his relatives, and later when he
    • fantastic, the way he related himself to them. It reveals an inner
    • the dog has rabies! (Actually, it was established later that the dog
    • upper members relate to each other, whether they are separated from
    • relates them to spiritual connections — as it can if one takes
    • work must relate to facts. If it takes hold of facts, then it will be
    • healing process, they will be able to relate themselves to it in the
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • combustion is related to external combustion precisely as something
    • living is related to something dead. Combustion in the external world
    • of combustion always relates to this external condition. This does
    • who has to relate in any way to what modern science is able to
    • look at what manifests as external human processes and relate them to
    • from our breathing activity while awake, because it is regulated by
    • eye and ear; then it begins to speculate wildly about what happens
    • become blood, one sees the latent karma. It stays in the lymph. So
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    • The lectures in this volume, translated from the German by Gladys
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
    • sun is given: the darkening that relates to the light, the constant
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    • NECESSARY IT IS to relate a state of illness in a human being to his
    • consider the outer mineral world that relates to it. During sleep we
    • understand how things relate to one another.
    • spiritual world, and learned how they relate to the physical world
    • We have to relate
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    • can only be realized if it is related to the Platonic cosmic year;
    • it relates to our whole human life.
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • we relate to the course of a macrocosmic day. We can figure it out in
    • day of our life relates to the length of our entire life in the same
    • rhythm as one of our breaths relates to the total number of our
    • and foremost in the world of the stars. Inwardly, we relate to our
    • ordinary breathing; outwardly, we relate to the Platonic year. In
    • we come to that part of the outer world that is related to the
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • find that the concrete details relate to broad knowledge and
    • observation such as we have been presenting. In later times, such
    • relation to the day. What do we relate to with our physical body? How
    • do we relate physically to the Platonic year? There we relate to
    • for instance, successive racial forms appear, and so forth. We relate
    • contemplates all this, one realizes that the whole world —
    • arithmetic, all the thinking, all that can be calculated rationally
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    • because healing was regarded as related to the entire evolution of
    • related to healing. The entire educational process in very ancient
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • first that medicine is related to this mystery, but it is. It is so
    • truly related that through your understanding of the processes of
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    • wishes to translate what he sees there into the language of the
    • we contemplate the condition which obtained at the moment of
    • which is usually translated “created” (In the
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    • pictures which arise before the eye of the seer when he contemplates
    • meaning of the phrase inadequately translated as without form and
    • can contemplate those thoughts, you can say what they are. You can
    • usually translated as “earth” — and ask ourselves
    • observe if, for instance, we place a fine powder on a metal plate,
    • and then draw the bow of a violin across the plate, getting as a
    • sun as articulate light, as light giving utterance to cosmic speech.
    • tohu wabohu, and made it what it later became. Whence comes
    • over the edge of a plate, makes a form in the powder. Learn to feel
    • stimulated in him the pictures which I have put before your mind's
    • Resch (R) stimulated a feeling such as one has when one
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    • yet no separation of the part which later became the earth. What
    • to rise into clouds, only to fall again later as rain. Thus the one
    • tendency to accumulate upon the surface of the earth. The
    • plant nature is wonderfully described in the Bible. I will deal later
    • earth itself, which could only recapitulate what it had produced as a
    • recapitulated — though in a different form — which were
    • itself, which had emerged as a new element, could be populated with
    • recapitulated up to the end of the fifth day contained an element
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    • that what later became our solar system was contained in a planetary
    • They have not been translated.]
    • Later I shall repeat these
    • earlier conditions are in some way recapitulated in earth existence,
    • have told you that the words which are usually translated And the
    • the elementary substance, rather as the fine powder spread on a plate
    • is organised when we pass across the plate the bow of a violin, and
    • that something was stimulated by the Elohim in the material
    • translate, and the usual translations are inadequate to render it
    • word what I have just indicated — that the Elohim stimulated
    • stimulated in the powder ofthe Chladni sound-figures when sound sets
    • upward, and others accumulate below, we should expect to fmd that
    • stimulate and enliven we see at the same time the development of
    • translated “Virtues.” Cf. Milton's
    • meaning of the word yom, which is usually translated as
    • taking over from another. It was only very much later that the purely
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    • backward one. The Sun existence has to wait; it comes later, it comes
    • night, is a later form of what is called darkness in Genesis. None of
    • isolated, it is always related to existence as a whole. And we must
    • maintained at least for a time, even into the later period, when on
    • Sun. When therefore the Moon (later to become earth) separated from
    • brooded over the waters the warmth state was recapitulated; how in
    • entry of light was recapitulated; how at the point where the forces
    • the sound-ether stage was recapitulated. That was on the second day
    • translation would be: And the Elohim appointed Beings to regulate the
    • course of time for the beings on earth, to regulate specific
    • stand next below the rank of the Archai and who regulate life. The
    • sign-fixers, for what has to be regulated, grouped, within the
    • which is usually translated “night.” Then it became a
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    • they begin to speculate about atoms and molecules, as if these were
    • the seer contemplates the way in which water arises in the atmosphere
    • Spirits of Wisdom may be enabled to accumulate into clouds. In the
    • the pages of Genesis, when you contemplate the mighty course of world
    • group, and later become directed out of a unified organism. This real
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    • later. You must try to get a thorough grasp of what I am telling you.
    • perceived in his own being the work of those Beings who later became
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    • correlate some of the findings of Spiritual Science with the Genesis
    • isolated from the physical body? Our astral bodies are separated from
    • wait in the spiritual realm, in order to be able later to assume
    • of the Elohim and later of Jahve-Elohim We have said that the
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
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    • proper later became, for the substance of the moon is very crass, as
    • what later became racial differentiation. It is still possible today
    • very different from what it became later; far on into the Atlantean
    • kingdom visible to the external eye did not develop until much later
    • mist, charged with clouds of the smoke of various substances, later
    • later. How could the Bible give this expression? It would have to say
    • formed later out of earthly substance. All there was of the human
    • the astral body that we must have in mind, when we contemplate the
    • outside his physical and etheric bodies, he is so to say articulated
    • kinds of propagation. What later became the human physical and
    • awe we feel.’” If we translate that into ancient Hebrew
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    • the earth itself; so that it was his late assumption of his bodily
    • descend until later. And even on the sixth “day” it was
    • of the higher animals descended first and populated the earth, as
    • today only came later with the inbreathing by Jahve of the breath
    • male and female, came about relatively late, after the “days”
    • later under the influence of Jahve-Elohim. You will appreciate that
    • the meaning of the words translated male and female created he
    • nevertheless understand clearly that, even as late as the early
    • later. Without the preparation which Spiritual Science gives, what
    • physical body until much later. Thus we have to understand that first
    • and the same word is used in the later chapter
    • translated something like this: “In what follows we are
    • been in existence, but it is only later that he descends and takes
    • there for the time being; it came forth later in the incarnation of
    • our spirits remain united, and we try to work together to translate
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    • experience of such transitions in later life. In very ancient Indian
    • the Greek and Latin races — experienced this parallelism as late
    • again they show an inclination to translate what he said into the
    • all their depth of meaning and to be ready to contemplate the
    • like a bit of slag into the sun; and then, in a still later time, the
    • merely calculates or investigates qualities of the sun with the
    • It is related of a learned English scientist
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    • this configuration of the social life was regulated by the Mysteries,
    • — and even then a remained the custom to relate the divine and
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    • prepared. It was not until much later that these first, still feeble
    • contemplate the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • cosmos into a corpse. To-day we gaze at the stars and calculate their
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    • Golgotha; how differently — in a way that became impossible later
    • that which was possible later on. It is not without meaning that at
    • The fact that later on they were unable to receive these
    • which, later, were to operate in the exercise of human freedom and of
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    • translated in the 4th century by the Gothic Bishop Wulfila.
    • replaced by the later, Christian Principle. In the Northern Mysteries
    • Then came the Atlantean Flood and the dawn of the later,
    • had been natural in remote ages had in the later times of the
    • develop until the later phases of the Atlantean epoch. Before that
    • coincided with it. This gave rise to the later form of consciousness
    • later times disappeared before the gaze of the Initiate. Think for a
    • form of atavistic remains of an earlier age. Later, during Greco-Roman
    • seen around them in a perfectly natural way. Later, what the Mysteries
    • merely the Comforter but the One Who goes before us, Who is related in
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    • Shakyamuni for a later humanity. Shakyamuni had a great pupil, and
    • telling of how the Power, which was later called Christ, made Himself
    • The God Who appeared later on in a human body and Who fulfilled the
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    • Commandments as a preparation for His coming. Later, He appeared in
    • and Spirit are related in the evolution of worlds as the miraculous,
    • material fire of the thorn-bush and of Sinai is related to the glory
    • in later times, Christianity was propagated in the same way through
    • later times, namely, innumerable replicas of the ‘I’ of Jesus
    • understand this, in order that as they contemplate the Holy Grail, the
    • upon it all at a later time. Mankind will understand the primal wisdom
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    • Two Lectures (hitherto untranslated) given at Nurnberg, December 2 – 3, 1911.
    • encounters, and which led towards the foundation, eleven years later,
    • revelation during the latest cycle of mankind — will realise that
    • be brought about — either in this life on earth or in a later one
    • Anthroposophy is the thought-content. As language is related to a
    • child's full consciousness, so are the Gospels related to the new
    • related, in effect, to what Spiritual Science is to become for
    • they go through the world. For love is a living force that stimulates
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    • Translated by Violet Watkin.
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    • from the thought that the knowledge which can be assimilated and the
    • is the task of the human soul between death and rebirth to assimilate
    • must realise through that other knowledge which we have to assimilate
    • we shall assimilate between death and rebirth is built on to all that
    • we have assimilated in earlier earth-lives. And so, just as in a
    • certain sense our physical life here is regulated between birth and
    • death, so too is our life between death and rebirth regulated. We
    • the later epochs are based on the earlier ones. Not only is the
    • similarly ruled and regulated. In this respect — to become aware
    • how regulated this life of ours is — we need only bring to mind
    • yet know these facts myself, but was only able to discover them later.
    • to regulate your life accordingly. How many people think of this? It
    • death; one who dies at a later age has different experiences. This
    • it were, in a state of preparation, whereas later we have ended the
    • assistance, which can no longer be given by one who dies in later
    • given by one who dies in later years. That rests in the fact that
    • from those of one who dies in later life.
    • still see the spiritual world clearly. If death takes place later, the
    • one who dies later. Out of his post-mortem survey he carries far more
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    • life-strength in later years. It must be admitted that the valuable
    • life-force which was perhaps too rapidly used up of late, was devoted
    • later on in the Cosmos, as effect. Consider there are now many people
    • later one. But if we wish to estimate correctly the real point at
    • connected with the whole later configuration of the European World
    • thereby created, into which the souls descending later were born. Thus
    • Christians. You know all that, I need not relate it further. But if
    • you picture two centuries later, how different everything appears!
    • occasionally be imparted to you something from the higher and later
    • this, otherwise I could not give out the later and higher truths in
    • and takes place later on. Now, you can see from this that the
    • this contradicts a man's freedom. I will return to this later —
    • any one thing. They take up many things. Perhaps later in life they
    • — which is the seed for a later significant spiritual blossoming.
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    • relate still more concerning what the astral body knows (and
    • and who set themselves universal tasks in later incarnations? They are
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    • souls to which it was related before going through the gates of death.
    • must live into it. If one begins to speculate as to a possible
    • would become barren and desolate. Man creates here in physical
    • from the souls whom they can contemplate more passively than those
    • other souls and relates itself to us. That really means the insertion
    • something for a later time; then something occurs, and we feel that we
    • must do this which will really hinder the later action. We have the
    • other for something much later on. He formed a friendship with him,
    • which would apply later. He regulated his life rightly. Through
    • friend could later help him in some situation. And the consequence is
    • some later epoch. And we may express the following feeling: ‘I
    • conditions for something later. Then we see the astral body ruling
    • mention it to-day, so that you may see that it is well to assimilate
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    • comes the time to which we can always remember back in later life.
    • in the second, third, fourth year of life, or even later with some
    • relates to the spiritual world. For truly, not only because of the
    • lawyer, and later President of the local court. He became one of the
    • how he lived and what now happened he relates in his statement. We
    • ‘Just as the person in question’ (the Hofrat relates this of
    • events recapitulated themselves in imagination with lightning speed.
    • forced to think of Markus Freund and to recapitulate what had
    • He relates all this himself and says, that first he had this vision,
    • merely relates what happened to him. We shall shortly see why he
    • relates it. Indeed, he considers himself somewhat ridiculous and
    • Thus the story relates that Hofrat Eysenhardt had convicted Markus
    • Now, in order to understand all that has been related, the conclusion
    • later, after he had been dragged by passion into crime, he had
    • the things about Hofrat Eysenhardt had been related to him personally,
    • to him most.’ That is related in the novel. Now, it is
    • years the Manager of the Hamburg Theatre, and who later became Manager
    • to approach such realities. So it is related as a novel and then
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    • old Sagas still relate, especially in as profound a myth as that of
    • know and this has lately been emphasised even in our public lectures
    • chiefly developed which are best calculated to conceal what is present
    • with Lucifer in his nature begins to contemplate the world, he then
    • he learnt to know the Bible there. Later on these things come back to
    • in the old and isolated village there lived a cobbler who took a wife
    • read you the passage, for one cannot relate it as beautifully as it is
    • gifts later. The mother went to the children, which is related as
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    • twelve stages are related to the twelve signs of the zodiac. The human
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    • creative forces. He cannot himself regulate the movement of the
    • The word ‘Aum’ is the breath. The breath is related to the word as the
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    • precisely regulated.
    • Kama-prana consciousness. Man too can later achieve this consciousness
    • The three parts of the brain (thinking, feeling, willing) must later
    • from one another, so, later, a complete separation into three parts
    • later by man.
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    • alchemy. As late as the 18th century one could read in the German
    • — are inter-related. We breathe in oxygen and breathe out
    • plants assimilate carbonic acid and breathe out oxygen. Animals and
    • later will be carried out by man.
    • in the beehive, one learns how later on man will produce matter out of
    • organ of movement. This future state is also related to Blavatsky's
    • pituitary gland organise a second spinal column which later unites
    • consciously into connection with one another. Later these three parts
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    • the will. Only later will it be possible for man, rising above the
    • preliminary stage leading to a later power of creation. Now man has at
    • most imagination. Later he will have magical power. This is the
    • prophetic model (Vorbild). Thinking will later be interpenetrated with
    • warmth, and still later man himself will learn to create. First he
    • still contained in them will later be brought into balance. Tolstoi is
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    • annihilated, but purified. The negative pole must be led upwards to a
    • become. What is around him in the outer world will later become his
    • later become the faculty of being creatively active. This will then
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    • and willing sections. Later these three parts, like the three
    • Related to this is: ‘I think, I feel, I am’ (will). The word in this
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    • at various times, some earlier, some later. But there is another way
    • bring it, he who has already been here: John the Baptist. Later he
    • later and quite different woman's movement. In the future, sex
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    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
    • entirely composed of the same substance in which later man's auric egg
    • earth there also emerged later what had already gone through a
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    • human life; for example, when one simply contemplates a work of art
    • outside us in order to relate ourselves to it as we do to objects in
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    • does not dissolve. It is this which later, at the time of
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    • Dionysius who formulated the teaching about the Gods. The Church
    • carried on the name. It is therefore not so astonishing that as late
    • Later man goes through that period of Kamaloka when he has to purify
    • house in which they later reside. Now let us ask: When does man work
    • who bring this about are the Devas. They also regulate collective
    • order later to pour into humanity what they have learned. In such a
    • later they might become educators of the evil men. Again and again a
    • will only attain much later. They stand at the stage that will only be
    • came forth from him later. Before the Lemurian Age there rose up in
    • regency of the Devas. Later he assumed in some measure the regency
    • formed within him according to which later planetary activity is
    • In our speech we create the foundation for later planetary conditions.
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    • in the human being were stimulated by the Devas; he himself was not
    • sense perceptions. Later he will ray out everything which he had
    • have, experiences which will later radiate outwards. The warmth of the
    • earth, the rays of the sun, which now stream towards us, will later
    • our experiences in order to preserve them in memory and later make use
    • destined to become later what the moon is today. This must be overcome
    • related to them and has not found the way to attach himself to what is
    • religions have formulated the doctrine of hell.
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    • for example Robespierre in his later years. Everything which appears
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    • learned the use of his hands, later on, the use of language. Through
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    • later will be manifested on the earth, but whoever works out of
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    • not even to those of periods some thousands of years later. Natural
    • child has the predisposition to a later stage of perfection, whereas
    • something which differed from later human beings. They still had a
    • these arose later. Thus over the head there was still an immense
    • not the one which he had later. This was a different astral body, that
    • They were at first not yet joined together; later they approached one
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    • living beings in astral space when they think. This ceases later; when
    • related to our lower. When someone produces egotistical thoughts, this
    • [Gap in text ...]. In no way can one so readily assimilate destructive
    • never intrudes into a person's freedom; he only relates facts.
    • that is related to a non-existent fact, to a nothingness. On the
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    • earlier stage he held opinions which those he held later contradicted.
    • found in it which are in contradiction with the later life of this
    • however in her later teachings she declared was erroneous.
    • essential is a vision of the future. These two are related to one
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    • ideas can be gained which are directly related to human life. It is
    • thoughts, that is in mathematics. When people calculate, their
    • So let us recapitulate. The effect of all our outer actions is to be
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    • only later did it work upon us from outside. The original symbol for
    • were within him and later he is surrounded by them. Now mirrored
    • later develop, forms at the same time a kind of central point in the
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    • later became a fixed star. The sequence of stages that the Earth has
    • Earth was still in the Sun. Later Sun and Moon separated themselves
    • In the Old Sun everything was contained which was later extrapolated
    • there was a tropical climate at the North Pole; later through the
    • later revised his time scale of earthly evolution to much shorter
    • symbols are related to this.) The Bull is a symbol of fertility;
    • above the earth. Man only appeared later.
    • populated all mankind. In this way arose the various Atlantean races.
    • Everything that came later is the result of this original Karma; for
    • tribe of Judah. The representative of the Eagle will come only later;
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    • which was taught by the Ancient Rishis. Later we find in the near East
    • The later Zarathustrian cultures in
    • which later was flooded by the Atlantic Ocean. To this Root-Race
    • must later redeem them. After the Seventh Round and a Pralaya he will
    • of this later moral gradation. Categories of Karma will be indicated
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    • become physical. Later the physical points of force once more became
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    • Root-Race onwards in order later to enter into the astral bodies,
    • It was at first in astral form and later densified. When we trace the
    • ego. This content of his Ego will be vivified by Buddhi and later, on
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    • man developed later,. This substance is to begin with simply there as
    • later in life the opposite qualities are not called up consciously,
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    • balance. The Seventh Sub-Race will harden egoism. Later the
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    • such as bacilli. Later they incarnate in those material forms suitable
    • What will come about later always reveals itself in advance through
    • a breathing process. He regulates rhythmically what man has today as a
    • regulated, just as today the circulation of the blood is also inwardly
    • regulated. In the case of animals with variable temperature the
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    • of life, and the Eastern healer relates this form of nourishment to
    • killed animals. Later, peoples arose who ate, not only what was
    • Later another form of food was added which did not exist earlier. Man
    • him. Later he will advance and will himself prepare in the chemical
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    • that old race have learnt a variety of things from the later
    • who later journeyed in a more Southern direction and there became the
    • ancestors of the later Indians. The most essential characteristic of
    • outwards, they later evolved what today seems to us a learned
    • Think of the faculty which appeared in the later Kabbalistic teaching
    • When later the Jew was able to apply thought to such things in the
    • Kabbalistic teachings, it followed that the later Jewish occult
    • articulated thought system of the primeval Indians. And what the
    • sense of later systems, but knowledge, poetry and religion in a single
    • the Third Sub-Race. With this, something was given which translated
    • these Northern prophets in what later became the Siegfried Saga.
    • found much that was related to the Southern culture. Irmin
    • isolated territory where someone could be brought up who, in his
    • tribes. What originally came over from the West was related to what
    • together that was related: the Mongolian and Germanic tribes. Those
    • both streams were related. It is always one stream which crosses
    • the future. This is related to the old wisdom as clear day
    • consciousness is related to trance consciousness. With completely
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    • during the embryo phase recapitulates the earlier phases of its
    • which regulates growth and metabolism, is predominant. The result is a
    • also important to our efforts to improve ourselves later in life. We
    • always stimulate the sanguine child's interest in. However flighty the
    • child might be, we can always stimulate his interest in a particular
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    • assimilate with our intellect, our reason, and through which we
    • spirit weaving and working through the world. If we thus contemplate
    • animal. These faculties come into evidence only later, but for all
    • body is mutually related.
    • much keener psychic pain than in later life, because in the measure
    • possible for spiritual science so to relate together these everyday
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    • they cannot at once vanish; they come to meet us at a later time in
    • life, and at this later time we should be able to show that these
    • the development of his sense of balance, we find again in his later
    • appears in later life in a finer, deeper, more intimate form when,
    • forces organizing individual movement work on in later life. This we
    • man is more intimately related to, far more deeply bound up with, the
    • individual movement and consciousness of self, and later into freedom
    • to the intervening sense, so for the animal the inner life is related
    • later. As animals create instinctively, in the way bees, for example,
    • translated], and its full significance appears in Knowledge
    • whether the blood circulates in this or that direction — then
    • with how man's blood is related to the blood of the ape, or the
    • Goethe to himself — and I do not relate this because he did it
    • contemplate the spirit in material existence, in our heart we may
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    • Spiritual Science. But the ideas which have then to be assimilated are
    • later on into various religions and became matters of faith, may be
    • It is only the later, more or less corrupt forms of such an
    • related to the rays of the sun, how human forms of thinking are
    • related to the light coming from the moon.
    • then wait until sooner or later the answers emerge from your innermost
    • speaking to their pupils. It is, of course, necessary to translate
    • various things happen: but later on, from the opposite direction, from
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    • will formulate this example by assuming that these beings who might
    • formulate and send out their cherished questions in terms of thought.
    • was not properly interpolated into the Venus-forces — when,
    • to anybody to ask: Why is copper related to Venus? — and so on.
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    • may also be contemplated in two aspects. But these aspects will be the
    • far richer, when contemplated during the life between death and a new
    • contemplated from a vantage-point of spirit-and-soul on the path of
    • vision can be shifted, when a man is able to contemplate the world
    • I explained to you yesterday in greater detail how man is related to
    • in which man is related to the Venus-nature, to the Mercury-nature,
    • So we may say: If, with the eyes of spirit, we contemplate the
    • When we contemplate the material-physical aspect of Jupiter, for
    • example, that is to say when we contemplate Jupiter from within
    • aspect reveals itself only when we are able to contemplate the cosmos
    • contemplated from the earth is firstly the physical cosmos (including
    • of spirit-and-soul — that is to say, to contemplate the universe
    • used, we can say: When we contemplate our spatial universe from
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    • Man's Relation to the Surrounding World, Schist(slate), Lime, Carbon, etc.
    • Man's Relation to the Surrounding World, Schist(slate), Lime, Carbon, etc.]
    • I have lately been describing to you man's relationships to the
    • and the slate-formation, where the rock, the mineral, is not in such a
    • opposites: slate-formation and lime-formation.
    • pervades the earth as slate-formation, we see that its external
    • we have to trace the difference between the slate and lime formations
    • earth as soul-and-spirit is related to these rock-materials.
    • slate-formation, or the lime-formation, unless we connect them with
    • intimate connection between all that is slate-formation and
    • the slate-formation.
    • accumulation of slate-formation on it, and then the plants growing out
    • no means coincide with the slate-formation, just as, for instance, a
    • slate-formation when we try to do so not only through chemical and
    • and stimulates blossom and fruit formation.
    • which emanate from the rock-material of the slate-formation. Thus we
    • have in the slate-formation all that which tends to turn the whole
    • the rock-material of the slate-formation.
    • substances deriving from slate-formations, it will be possible to
    • everything that belongs to this slate-substance keeps the
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    • What belief were we able to hold at the beginning, and later in the
    • whom history relates — those personalities we find in the works
    • among the best historians, Greek figures, even those of the later
    • traditional story, that is so easily comprehended by the later
    • all that later ages received as the Old Testament. This would have
    • Now let us set two pictures before ourselves. Let us picture the later
    • human soul. Whence did this being come? What is it? How is it related
    • Calling others intolerant does not constitute tolerance; to relate
    • deepest thoughts are often revealed in the simplest words, formulated
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    • intimately related to spiritual life. We shall have to speak of what
    • holy teachers of mankind brought to that part of the earth where later
    • longer possible in later epochs of mankind, with the divine spiritual
    • purified, intuitive brain-thinking, and regulated spiritual working in
    • the universe; one thing passes over into another, the later being
    • should like first to arouse a feeling of how initiation is related to
    • high as a spiritual seer, on being reincarnated later, seems to have
    • their initiation, latent during one or more incarnations, may work in
    • something specific becomes related to the actual physical evolution of
    • to go out of their physical body and return to it later in order to
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    • process shown to one and behave oneself accordingly, or inoculate
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    • while images keep rising up within you that need to be related to
    • that these images are related to beings, but you have never met these
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    • Let us recapitulate all that has been said. When a man goes through
    • thoroughly assimilated certain important and outstanding facts, think
    • Christ in the higher worlds does indeed depend on how you relate
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    • the effects of what they do according to the way in which we relate
    • What the connections are in this sphere, how understanding is related
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    • everything related to religious life is intimately bound up with all
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    • appears to us there as coming later? In this way, you have a more
    • feeling-will and willing-feeling have to be stimulated in the second
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    • I have just described — in so far as it relates to feeling and
    • religions have in common is that they relate to things we cannot
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    • how the physical plane is related to the spiritual world and how
    • to answer; we can only give the answer later. But the opportunity
    • does not stand related as to a free truth. The higher truth is that
    • attitude which is only gained when we relate ourselves to Christ in
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    • have to be worked out later; but that which at present you may find
    • arrives before us at a later period of time and we have to follow
    • were, and undulates and moves to where our living thoughts are. These
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    • By means of early death, forces are accumulated before the
    • however, later, in his sojourn, have a vision of those left behind,
    • themselves from materialistic tendencies. It is only later that he
    • 'midnight hour.' But we must accumulate more than just
    • from their materialistic tendencies. It is only later that he
    • compensated for later through experiences with which we feel entirely
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    • kingdoms of Nature — if we contemplate all this in the light of
    • feel, in very truth, that man is related to everything in the
    • — for this very reason men were much more closely related to
    • Even in his latest years Goethe was still eager to learn. His inward
    • only to the experiences that will come in later life. A great deal
    • child becomes — but to the other person who from a later
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    • realm of domestic economy, where commodities circulate — that
    • related to us karmically from an earlier life. Certainly, there are
    • also we come near to other human souls, due to be incarnated later
    • also, as we shall see later, to assimilate economic life. The
    • perhaps also stimulate their inner energies. As a general rule, it is
    • inwardly related to the whole of humanity and to the wider world
    • Harnack, for example, is a celebrated theologian. He is emulated by
    • — if it were so translated that wherever the word
    • relate our own thoughts to those of other men, if we expand our
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    • birth and death related to our super-sensible life? From here we are
    • dictionary, has lately proclaimed. Hegel regards the State more or
    • membered into these three realms, for the three realms are related in
    • speeches made as late as May, 1914, when it was said: Through our
    • interrelated, so that they will be free members of the social
    • social organism; then the operations of capital will be regulated
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    • how these “universals”, these general ideas, are related
    • correct is altogether different from the way we contemplate and form
    • calculate from this figure, how big the pull a — c and
    • got to b; thus I can calculate how strongly I must pull
    • calculate this in the same way as I did the displacements in our
    • and simple), that I could calculate, purely in thought. Not so when a
    • we may formulate it. We look for centres which we then investigate as
    • out from such centres. Suppose we find the effect. If I now calculate
    • forces with their potentials. How to calculate a potential for what
    • calculate potentials? An answer can indeed be given, and it is such
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    • buoyancy and is thus formulated: — Immersed in a liquid, every
    • in this case, whatever modifications may be due to the plates of
    • isolated, here the etheric body is not inserted into the physical
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    • only colours arise; there is also the lateral displacement of the
    • through the lens. If I confronted the light with an ordinary plate of
    • instead of the simple plate, made of glass or water, I have a lens.
    • the eye, formations whose development is stimulated from without, and
    • others stimulated from within, meet one-another in a very striking
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    • plate which is in some way dim or cloudy, then what would seem to me
    • colour-spectrum, began to speculate as to the nature of light. Here
    • but while these things are calculated very neatly, one cannot but
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    • It has grown late and
    • need to get hold of today, for we shall afterwards want to relate it
    • just now, we swim with our etheric body. How then do we relate
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    • by following the facts straightforwardly. Suppose this were a plate
    • what you saw before the plate of glass was there, you do indeed
    • we are asked to assume, if we be looking through such a plate of
    • glass. Here, to begin with, the light impinges on the plate, then it
    • instance I may perhaps want to refer to some isolated light, but even
    • is this light, which may be stronger or weaker related to darkness?
    • ether and try to calculate what they suppose must be going on in this
    • ethereal ocean. Their calculations relate to an unknown entity which
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    • (the left-hand) light. I make the light go through a plate of
    • [After some careful experiments on a later occasion,
    • Having thus contemplated how you live in light and warmth, look
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    • distance and hear the report some time later, just as you hear the
    • the corresponding distance. So you can calculate how quickly the
    • glass plate. We need not actually do all these experiments, but if
    • glass plate would reveal that this tuning-fork is executing regular
    • beat back again however as soon as the body oscillates the other
    • arithmetical (able to be numbered and calculated), nor can they be
    • truly to relate to the ear. Such things as the expanding portions
    • path. We can have no real knowledge of these things if we relate
    • muscular in character must be related to the larynx. This of course
    • approach to the related phenomena. My seeing in effect is
    • work the siren I cause the air to oscillate, — this tone is
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    • frog which was in touch with metal plates and began twitching. He
    • had discovered what Volta, a little later, was able to describe
    • further. For it proves possible to calculate, down to the actual
    • nature. On the other hand, in going through a plate of aluminium
    • realm of Nature — into phenomena which are related to the
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    • quadrilateral etc., — the way of thinking all these forms in
    • only we who by our own way of thinking first translate this into
    • geometrical or kinematical ideas are related to what appears to us
    • in outer Nature. We calculate Nature's phenomena in the realm of
    • Physics — we calculate and draw them in geometrical figures.
    • say: By all means let us calculate some law of Nature; it will hold
    • Nature. It can indeed become so if we follow up all that is latent
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    • pictures must come to him from somewhere. We will decide later whether
    • — More will be said about this in later lectures.
    • reality will become evident at a later stage.
    • experiences as a mystic, are related to each other, and this relation
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • to it. In later stages of sleep he succumbs to the other two
    • thought, turn again to the outer world and relate ourselves to it by
    • work over in thought the impressions of the outer world, but to relate
    • beginning of this Course will be explained only at a later stage.
    • must learn a great deal more, for example, to relate the movement of
    • relate what is presented on the face of the clock to conditions in the
    • the names of these two planets came to be reversed. See later
    • system we can pass on to contemplate the great spiritual
    • as our own lives are regulated through the course of 24 hours. The
    • around the Sun is similar to the one which regulates the Sentient Soul
    • regulates our conscious deeds in waking life. The spatial distances
    • own time-regulated life. — We shall go into these things more
    • Beings whose forces work through space and regulate the movements of
    • the physical world are regulated. We have only so much as glanced at
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    • spiritual worlds that is to be communicated in those that come later.
    • at the rest of the world. During waking life we never contemplate our
    • descending into our etheric and physical bodies, to contemplate
    • the moment of waking is something that interpolates itself between our
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    • re-moulds them, so that in a later period of life they are at our
    • is interpolated what we ourselves are with all our impotence —
    • how these three separate images or pictures are related to one another
    • not there. There are people who, when a slate falls from a roof, close
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • figures with whom his existence was in some way related.
    • before there was a mineral kingdom. The mineral kingdom was a later
    • Through our astral body we are related to the animals, through our
    • It only remains to be said that certain later mystics strove to find
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    • — beings who naturally have no external body but who are related
    • far fetched. We relate the heavenly bodies of our solar system to the
    • contemplate the planets in space and the zodiacal constellations, if
    • the Beings must be related in some way to the number twelve;
    • whatever hag reference to the facts must be related to the
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    • from a later point in his life to realise what has been affecting him,
    • a power in the World of Spirit. This power is related to that figure
    • We have now heard how our own nature is related to the Elementary
    • World — we have also found that our temperaments are related to
    • temperaments are related. Within us there is that which is also
    • was the same Being who later became Gautama Buddha. But this Being
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • twelve cerebral nerves, so the days of the month are regulated in
    • told by his teacher to contemplate, as a beginning, how a plant grows
    • Rose-Cross is related in a certain respect to the outer world, but it
    • have contemplated the plant and the ascendancy attained by man and we
    • comparison what is achieved in later life. There are good grounds for
    • that protects us from illusions. The reward comes only later, but it
    • and in the later part of the book,
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    • Macrocosm. It is due to these forces that sooner or later, after a man
    • forgotten there is no need to assimilate it first of all. But in
    • are then formulated into laws with the help of the intellect.
    • experiences in the spiritual worlds have to be translated into logical
    • translate it into logical thoughts. But logical thoughts are merely
    • must be able to be cast into clearly formulated thoughts. If this is
    • whether the experiences can be translated into lucid words and clearly
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    • contemplate our own Ego from outside as soon as we enter the higher
    • man will behold the truth. But he will then have assimilated the
    • was not illumined by the intellect, on the higher level it will later
    • so to speak, constantly to congeal, to coagulate. Think of it in this
    • concepts was a faculty acquired much later; he had only the logic of
    • heart must have assimilated what can be gained from logic of the
    • unconscious logic of the heart is much more closely related to
    • more clearly articulate, the heart shows quite plainly by the
    • later stage than the heart. All this gives one a quite different
    • all equally developed; the brain is a later structure than the heart;
    • heart-man; (2) Present-day man when everything is related to the brain
    • When we contemplate man as he is today, we are bound to say that in
    • contemplates man in his connection with the whole of Earth-existence
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    • only feel through their natural sense of truth what later on they will
    • and circulates differently. To a sensitive observer it is quite
    • not come to a standstill at that point. They will endeavour to emulate
    • individuals who in the essential part of their nature are related in
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    • given at Hilversum, Holland in 1921. Translated by Michael and Elisabeth
    • ordinary experience of our bodies is related to the
    • we shall see belongs to the spirit, but it is related to
    • orientated toward the ordinary body, are related to
    • the purpose, to formulate ideas whose sequence is
    • event follows another, how one object is related to another,
    • our soul experiences just as our ideas which we formulate about
    • then that he is able to formulate a true idea, a true concept,
    • and are only then in a position to formulate a correct view of
    • observe the ego in this way we find it is related with the
    • natural science wanted to formulate a system of thought, a view
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    • which is related to it. I shall then proceed to another
    • far only just mentioned and which I shall describe later from
    • formulate ideas about what he has
    • formulate ideas about things, beings and processes in the sense
    • to assimilate something that appears on their horizon. If
    • thing as this is described, then it can be related only to a
    • of our dreams are stimulated by a sense impression. The world
    • — in a sense we are isolated from
    • isolated even from our own body.
    • related to reality. We do not wish to go into this now. But the
    • when these ten people relate their dreams, all ten are
    • two weeks later in London and it was possible to convince
    • arrived two weeks later. The medium foresaw the photographs
    • What the soul experiences and later fashions into poetry or
    • have assimilated and has become part of our ability,
    • can therefore experience again later in images what we have
    • out to formulate in clear, well-defined scientific
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    • latent in our soul and of which we become aware
    • become aware that these Imaginations are related to something
    • which we are related because we lived in it before our birth or
    • life so desolate and that has brought about our
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    • a result of the Luciferic impulses it became possible at a later
    • He may assimilate the ideas and concepts given by the seer and allow
    • will later on become the common property of mankind. Our modern
    • from the physical body and contemplate it as something external. Even
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    • then it is necessary to contemplate the facts and the beings from every
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    • not at first sight appear to be related to the thought and feeling of
    • Christmas, yet inwardly, I believe, they are so related. In all that
    • can see, as it were, the whole transition from an earlier to a later
    • later on.
    • permeated with insight. When he was sent to Middle Europe later on,
    • speak later on. When Thomas Aquinas, for example, peered into the
    • later on, but he dared not try to grasp with mathematics what
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    • was named by means of words customary for that time. Translated into our
    • “spirit.” What later became the unknown, the hidden god,
    • originating from the spirit that later on became the unknown god. The
    • soul with a term that would translate in our language into
    • it was all tradition. Just as 2,000 years later Meister Eckhart,
    • — just so, the lonely disciple of the late mysteries said to
    • the soul's sight. Just as Meister Eckhart later had to seek the
    • this later age, the body changed into something that I would like to
    • as was the case later one — bore within itself a dim will, an
    • 1543. one century later, Copernicus, with his mathematical mind, took
    • related to “being born,” whereas what we consider as
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    • related to the reality of the external world. The development of
    • postulates, if not in mathematical formulae — for actual
    • the whole form of drawing conclusions, of deducing the later rules
    • through the special way in which man relates to mathematics and
    • mathematics relates to reality. Mathematics had gradually become what
    • right-left, he relates his right arm and hand to the left arm and
    • angles to each other and thus isolates this thought-out space scheme
    • understand the origin of the later mathematical way of thinking that
    • twain.” Even more, it is related to zweifeln, “to
    • once mysticism. Not only was mathematics, mathesis, closely related
    • Earlier, the soul had a different mood than later. Formerly, it
    • movement; later, it completely separated them. It no longer related
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    • the form-related or geometrical elements of mathematics, the
    • procedure that cannot be firmly related to human experiences. Hence,
    • for instance, presents his system by trying to relate it to the
    • postulates time, place, space, and motion. He says in effect in his
    • the concepts thus utilized by Newton is that of space. He manipulates
    • coordinates. One can, for example, speculate brilliantly (and
    • A.D. and even later; indeed, it only became different in the
    • Later on, interestingly enough, Newton goes somewhat deeper. This is
    • ease, as it were, when he contemplates his own view of space. He is
    • something external. So, in later life, Newton addresses it as
    • the spirit; but outwardly he again postulated the same spirit. What
    • experience everything, even what is related to the cosmos. Even in
    • having been annihilated. One ends up with dead specters, not with
    • isolated us from the whole of nature, we must now somehow manage to
    • later die, so it was a matter of course that sooner or later in the
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    • cannon was related to something objective. One could not very well
    • vibration out in space translated itself into form and movement, and
    • the human mind has a tendency to formulate theories concerning
    • phenomena. This gradually leads to the suspicion that we formulate
    • inanimate in discrete form. And if one really has to oscillate
    • organics with those of Schleiden or the later botanists. In Goethe we
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    • that is related to form, space, geometry or arithmetic, we have to
    • As few isolated thinkers, who still retained traditions of earlier
    • concerning the question: How does man relate to the animal, the
    • reflected in what arose later on as the Darwinian idea of evolution.
    • during the scientific age were formulated without any true knowledge
    • in clearly formulated sentences.
    • stimulate him, but he never agreed with everything that confronted
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    • I shall discuss another consequence of this inability later on. Let
    • not one related only to visual perception.
    • such a way that it can be related to some human experience.
    • formerly pictured as closely related to the experience of the
    • “blood.” In the fluids, in what circulates in the human
    • any measuring system. Therefore the attempt to objectify what related
    • insight into these matters, we can again relate chemistry with man,
    • isolated fragments of knowledge into a world conception and bring our
    • experience of it, if we cannot relate the velocity of a falling body
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    • was related to this inner activity; thus he described the external
    • the ether body. Chemistry was tied to man in former ages. Later it
    • organization were also experienced differently than in later
    • people who still spoke of thinking or willing as late as the
    • as it became later on. During and towards the end of the Nineteenth
    • present) that the blood and phlegm circulated differently in him than
    • in later ages when they gradually evaporated into complete
    • pneumatology. In later times this was also pressed into the interior
    • was taking place. He regulated his breathing process in order to
    • breathing they were related to both outer and inner nature, hence
    • Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, and if we leave aside isolated
    • fermentation. Such men were the late followers of Galen's
    • completely penetrate the body and be assimilated by his organs. But
    • in this way in order to attain to an individually modulated moral
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    • They don't care clearly to contemplate physics and chemistry on
    • They prefer to vacillate in the murky waters between physics and
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    • immediate sensation but would have apparatus to relate the temperature
    • related things they get certain notions about the sun. They describe
    • many things which have come along from time to time and been later
    • conditions on the sun or to the cosmic spaces what may be calculated
    • rarefaction is thought of and a rarefied glowing gas is postulated.
    • case of light. There is no isolated organ, we respond with our whole
    • eye therefore is an isolated organ and functions as such to objectify
    • condition that gives rise to heat does not come to us in so isolated a
    • is an isolated organ, such differences you do not perceive at all in
    • calculate how in time past in the period of Thales, for instance,
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    • related to heat simply according to their property of being gases and
    • be translated into our language as follows:
    • water we must translate it by our word fluid; the word
    • correctly translate old writings. But a profound meaning lies in this.
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    • form is related in some way to changes in the heat state. In a solid,
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    • will see why later.) This may be stated as follows: volume and
    • pressure of gases are so related that the volume-pressure product is a
    • reason for this. For we saw that when we attempt to calculate heat,
    • temperature and expansion are so related that they may be expressed by
    • This mechanical theory of heat has as its principal postulate that
    • not have that which is interpolated in the case, where heat is changed
    • interpolated in the process. Suppose however, that I simply consider
    • the fact that I must leave three dimensional space in order to relate
    • therefore, speak of being related to color and light with our whole
    • with acoustical or sound phenomena, we are related to them with a
    • heat we are related through our entire organism. This fact, however,
    • conditions our relation to the being of heat. We are related to it
    • Now without becoming completely materialistic (and we will see later
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    • does not relate itself to the seen or the heard, but it relates
    • use the intuitive faculties rather than the rational when we relate
    • picture-like and they have to be translated out of the imaginative
    • related as space objects to other space objects. Therefore, when you
    • related to the fact that our will is, for instance, closely connected
    • phenomena; we are asleep to them. And we are related to the will
    • senses, in an external fashion, things related to mass, we can at
    • Thus you see how these things are related to the whole terrestrial
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    • where heat, pressure and the expansion of bodies are related. You will
    • earth in their entirety as they are related to solids.
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    • again. (Later the rise in temperature was determined.)
    • totality, we are obliged to consider them as related to the body of
    • more concretely later. If a liquid is divided into sufficiently small
    • quantities related to the tetrahedron negative. Then you have formed
    • just as the fluid lies above the solid. We may tabulate these things
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    • underlies the process and this law is related to the quality of the
    • Using principally these experiences, he later presented a somewhat
    • Hartmann are really postulated as their foundation. A perpetuum mobile
    • so, these remainders not capable of yielding work, accumulate. These
    • non-transformable residues accumulate. And the universe approaches a
    • the passage of it into the condensation water are related to the
    • reality in its very foundation postulate. If the facts are adhered to,
    • we will have to postulate for the time being and call it the X region.
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    • further we have in X to postulate materialization and
    • interpenetrating each other, as so related that gaseous phenomena are
    • whose existence we at the start will merely postulate; and let us try
    • few days. Forms come into being, mutually inter-related.
    • force related to the creation of form in solids. In the U realm we
    • influence of forms related to each other something else arises. There
    • phenomena, apparently related to the passage of light through systems
    • the solid realm into another realm related to the solid as the solid
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    • related very plastically to his formative forces. That is, he must do
    • yourselves: how does the will relate itself to the phenomena of heat?
    • willing is to become a reality. We have to consider will related to
    • heat. Just as the formative forces of outer objects are related to
    • ideas, so we have to consider what is spread abroad as heat as related
    • Actually then, what lives in man as ideas is related to outside form
    • is related to matter as the negative is to the positive. We must
    • only is not matter, but is so related to matter as suction is to
    • negative matter, related to external matter as a suction is to a
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    • how the heat is related to the light in an entirely natural fashion.
    • annihilates it, and then we have a physical-spiritual vortex
    • substance is annihilated by what appears at the same time as spirit.
    • heat is related to the application of mathematics and how it affects
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    • which is at one point now, and a moment later is at a distant point.
    • I may calculate for a given area that I will call
    • formulate in an orderly manner what happens in the realm of chemical
    • the opening up of the spectrum. This cannot be formulated in a manner
    • be possible to set up a completely formulated expression. The fact
    • arisen if it had been seen that even when we calculate we must take
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    • many times seen in our lives. This is that light relates itself quite
    • through the air. Considering how the air relates itself in various
    • the contrary, related to the space in which they are carried out as
    • necessary. In these solutions chemical action is related to the fluid
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    • consideration in connection with heat and the matter related to it.
    • modern physics, are related, has been brought before you in past
    • can only be mentioned today; later we will go into it more thoroughly.
    • conduction of heat, you have to relate to them the concept that the
    • give you a picture in closing to recapitulate and show you how much
    • There is nothing sadder than to contemplate a future where the manner
    • coin phrases and accumulate great amounts of money to perpetuate their
    • these lectures what you are to see, to stimulate you to develop these
    • further within ourselves the things that have been stimulated, and you
    • Note that in language we have everything mutually related. We speak of
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • of the spirit were visible. In later times, however, Cosmology has
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    • organism; and we can translate this knowledge into human speech in the
    • has a pseudo-life, because it is spirit substance translated into the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • stimulate action. Whereas the thoughts we now have have as much power as
    • which alone were previously present. In the course of his later life
    • condition of ordinary consciousness. For then we can always relate
    • In ‘Intuition’ man is completely translated — through
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    • later becomes so great that the whole picture of one's life's
    • like seed. From this fact it can formulate ideas based on unprejudiced
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    • He contemplates a spiritual Cosmos which is the spiritual part of the
    • the other life of the cosmos, as does later his physical organism.
    • soul of man passes a later period of its pre-earthly existence. It no
    • later it feels itself as an independent spiritual being; the cosmos is
    • is the reality of that which later on appears as religious learning to
    • In the later phases man loses the capacity of viewing the spirit
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    • In later times his union with the Christ was to give him in another
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    • etheric organisms are contemplated; as soon as the soul attains
    • its being, and can contemplate this by means of the continuation of
    • stimulated by thought. Consciousness extends as far as thought. But
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    • limb-organization, the will-part is stimulated to surrender itself to
    • physical organism takes place. This stimulates the will-part of the
    • soul to break away from the body and to be stimulated to independent
    • state of health are not applied or stimulated. A genuine medical
    • moral being with its spiritual quality is related by content with the
    • behind that moral quality-being with which he is related. For the
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • rather daring, but please accept it now for what it is and later on
    • the Rosicrucians was to formulate a science by means of which they would
    • means the elaboration and later manifestation of the new.
    • event of which I shall speak again later on, namely, the event of the
    • to the initiates. It was also known to Saul, who later became Paul.
    • quickly. Compared with the later epochs of life it is then that the
    • an instrument for a power of which the child will only later be capable,
    • namely, the power to think, to correlate his perceptions. A clairvoyant
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    • from their very foundations will it be possible later on to consider
    • Now imagine that ten or twenty years later, another equally trained
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    • that is much more closely related to man's consciousness. This
    • comparatively late state. We have therefore to distinguish between
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    • he has lost only the physical equipment of palate, tongue and so forth,
    • human being between birth and death; perhaps it may be possible later
    • the astral realm, either in a well-regulated or irregular way, immediately
    • purified and regulated by his ego. What was once his as the bearer of
    • first time at death, it is always present. Later on we shall hear about
    • exactly how the thoughts familiar to man in the physical world are related
    • dreamlike; all events are experiences in Devachan. We will speak later of
    • enter the spiritual world. We learn gradually to contemplate objectively,
    • there. I will give you in figures later on the length of time between two
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • are related to the spiritual world through which man passes between
    • he loved to remain closer, in order that in a later incarnation he will
    • the ego is already working on the embryo; but not until much later,
    • come into play. Now exceptions occur here, too, so that later on an
    • exchange of the ego may take place. We will speak of that later. The
    • into consideration and carefully formulated until the time of the change
    • embryo? Precisely in order that later on the sunlight can have the right
    • in later life come to expression as the power of blessing, as outstreaming
    • can calculate it you will find that he had the vision in his thirty-fifth
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • of the physical body. Wisdom itself is articulate in them. How does
    • if the stone could be articulate it would be able to do what the girl
    • metamorphosis as Old Moon, which is able, at the beginning, to recapitulate
    • what this means I will give an illustration. Think of a metal plate
    • built the human body; later, on Old Sun, it had been aeriform formations,
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • no such conditions. We may perhaps speak later on about what an occultist
    • of such matters that is derived from occult knowledge. Later on, when
    • did later on the earth. Man is the figure he is today because the astral
    • took place later on. So enormous was the size of the earth that it reached
    • not take place until a much later time. As far as is possible in terms of
    • again united, recapitulated the Saturn condition. At the beginning of
    • earth first of all recapitulated the Saturn condition; it was a condition
    • for the globe to form the fluid element and recapitulate the Old Moon
    • Venus or Saturn, having ascended to and populated these cosmic bodies.
    • their evolution. But it was not until later that this moon became what
    • the Masters would have said that an attempt must be made later on, when
    • earth was depopulated. We have heard that the bodies had become so
    • depopulated, many souls were searching for suitable embodiment in cosmic
    • latest Lemurian epoch and thereafter in the Atlantean period had gone to
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    • physical sense; it relates only to strength and quality. These forces
    • of the Lemurian epoch man had not, as yet, his later bodily nature,
    • later on the animal kingdom. It would lead too far if I were to attempt
    • later on; there was as yet no such drastic separation between the laws of
    • density of flesh developed only later. A similar phenomenon is still
    • today store coal. With the force accumulated from the seeds they propelled
    • nevertheless infuses spirit into it. The Egyptian contemplates the spirit
    • the temple at this is still to be seen — if it contemplates a
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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    • from them. The soul felt isolated in the spheres it had now entered. Even
    • people of Zarathustra this heralded the same being who in later history
    • what could be seen there later on, when Christ Jesus had passed through
    • contemplates with physical eyes a Greek temple with its Doric pillars
    • Madonnas — if the seer contemplates these creations first with
    • six hundred years later. What do you find? Humanity reveres a corpse.
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    • transmuted into another. All they related concerning the
    • relation, and say “We really are related on the side of light.”
    • Indeed they are related, the wisdom that serves the self is related
    • to the wisdom which serves humility; the Serpent is related to the
    • Now the tale relates further that the Serpent had been under the
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    • Ferryman to settle it later. The river received three of the fruits
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    • of the year, but it was of a different character from the later
    • What we know today of Persian history was recorded much later than
    • is recorded in the Vedas and the Vedanta philosophy is of much later
    • briefly recapitulate what it has previously passed through. Thus, the
    • recapitulate three important evolutionary epochs of mankind. In
    • body, evil entered mankind, and because mankind had to recapitulate
    • later at about the time when the first historical documents appeared.
    • spring in the sign of Cancer, later in the sign of Gemini, then in
    • Taurus, and still later in the sign of Aries. At about the eighth
    • later time the sun entered the sign of Gemini, the Twins. This is the
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 2: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • works has its own being, each of her phenomena the most isolated
    • nature of man so that later it could come to dwell in it. If you
    • universe and all that is related to it, we experience the great rhythm
    • From Goethe's Faust, translated and edited by George Madison
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 3: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • That later to us here below is wended.
    • were told, "you behold only an image; later you will experience what
    • showed in pictures what the neophyte was to experience later. We shall
    • From Goethe's Faust, translated by George Madison Priest;
    • Translated by Henry B. Monges.
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    • not later, when they are getting ready to bear fruit — the
  • Title: Lecture 2: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • observe the gradual fading and dying of the plant world in the late
    • may call the nature-spirits of the air, play their part in late summer
    • regulate everything subject to rhythmic rotation. Now we know that in
    • stimulated to clairvoyance, should retain two things in the whole
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    • — as we shall hear later in the course of these lectures —
    • an absurd idea; but — marvelous to relate — it can be
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • it, can translate into ordinary conceptions and ideas what he
    • spiritual world, or to relate something about it, he must call to mind
    • is stimulated. The stimulation of life is always the result of such a
    • If we allow ourselves to be stimulated by this contemplation of the
    • vision, the occult perception and understanding are stimulated; —
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • speaking, but that life which they have accumulated for decades, and
    • forming independent beings. We may say: They contemplate that which
    • happenings, is regulated by the Spirits of the Rotation of Time, the
    • the Spirits of Form. The inner livingness is regulated by the beings
    • body — is regulated in the planet by the Spirits of Wisdom. We
    • may therefore say: The lowest consciousness of the planet is regulated
    • motion is not only so regulated that the planet moves, but it is
    • guidance of the Cherubim, is again related to the other planetary
    • cosmos is regulated by those beings we call the Seraphim. We have now,
    • Beings. Inasmuch as we contemplate the life of the world of Stars, we
    • contemplate the bodies of the Gods, and finally of the Divine in
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    • isolated course in space but so moves that its impulses of motion are
    • Uranus and Neptune were added later, as we shall see; but to begin
    • to work, but there would be globe-shaped, accumulated masses bounded
    • or in later hypotheses, is sufficient to explain the cosmic system,
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    • beings incorporated in flesh perambulate the moon, or such animals as
    • to describe it, he must again, later, compare this impression with
    • regulate the rising and failing of the sap. In short, we have to do
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    • occult schooling, to translate ourselves to some extent into the
    • would enable me to relate all sorts of things; I only wish to relate
    • later led to the production of the earth only became possible after
    • What must thus be related in what must seem to be very dry concepts,
    • Hagen took it from her and threw it into the Rhine. When later on, in
    • could actually conceal this talisman from her, and later, refuse to
    • world; for everything which has now been related of man takes place in
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    • what we see externally. To-day let us shortly recapitulate how that
    • late in his evolution arrived at the discovery of paper. The discovery
    • in man all those soul-forces relate to an ego in the physical world,
    • others; this actually occurred at a later period of time. The seven
    • growth of humanity that they stimulate the great impulses of
    • of Wisdom. As the sun is related to the planets, so is the Sun-spirit
    • of Wisdom related to the Spirits of Motion who, on their part, express
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    • the life-streams pouring down from the planets; stimulated constantly,
    • that he was later confused with Venus. The life-activity (in the sense
    • minerals. At a later period, when through the spiritual beings of
    • not originally belong to our Solar System; they came much later into
    • consideration of earthly things, and contemplate the worlds of spirit
    • humanity, while He is stimulated by His brothers, the other Spirits of
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    • (Bn/GA 107 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961), and was translated
    • Translated by Frieda Solomon and Mel Belenson
    • in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961), and was translated from the German
    • Today, because we will need it later, we will have to include a
    • these concepts gain new meaning in the light of our latest
    • and earth” as later on where it reads, “This is the book of the
    • later where the descendants of Adam are spoken of. Such things are not
    • one translates according to the sense of the text without referring to
    • The fourth Commandment is usually translated in the most grotesque
    • annihilated through every killing. Therefore, this law alludes not
    • When our scholars today take the Ten Commandments, translate them by
    • — the Ten Commandments had to be given later and were then antedated.
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    • and was translated from the German by Frieda Solomon.
    • Translated by Frieda Solomon
    • translated from the German by Frieda Solomon. This lecture is sub-titled,
    • Heaven was at hand.” Later, this was indicated in a similar way by
    • comprehend the true essence of an Ego-God, a God related to man's ego
    • What is representative of a particular age repeats itself later in
    • truly related that after the event of Golgotha Christ descended to the
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • which the Gospels relate. Had the Gospels been read by men of past
    • science, it would be found that they were written much later than the
    • members of man when we contemplate the growing and becoming of man.
    • to play, and only later, about the 20th or 21st year, (depending on
    • the name later given to what the seven holy Rishis thus felt. The
    • spiritual in the sun, this is what the later Persian culture called
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    • inoculate them with, other confessions. Much rather will we go to them
    • death, without causing something which springs up later on.
    • which it is related: A man once lived, Jesus of Nazareth, at the
    • was related to their sphere in such a way that it really could not be
    • to their destiny that they will be stimulated increasingly to deepen
    • allotted to me through that with which I feel myself related in my
    • inmost being. In Karma itself I perceive what is related to my being.
    • guardians of the Holy Grail, and later to the fosterers of the
    • pointed to the founders of religions who should come later; in the
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    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series entitled,
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series
    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • deliver a speech which would annihilate Savonarola's power. His
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • equilibrium utterly unlike that in which it later moves about in the
    • it were, during the germinal life but later becomes manifest as the
    • when he desires to be stimulated by the external world. A pure,
    • this we carry through the portal of death, and it later becomes
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    • pre-earthly existence. And these persons related themselves to the
    • human beings of a later time. Just think for a moment, that till this
    • people were initiated into what later was transformed into the Mystery
    • What Gnosis understood, and what was no longer understood later; what
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    • the young with their warm hearts not articulate yet, but warm. This
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    • common. In a certain respect this holds good right up to very late
    • can decently assimilate what will enable them to become old in a
    • content? Because only lately something genuinely new has arisen in
    • loved; they were real beings with whom man was related and had
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    • this knowledge as a basis we cannot understand earlier times. Later
    • Everything is assimilated by means of the head, formally and
    • assimilated by the head only and is thus entirely dependent upon the
    • or even Anthroposophy — is not new, but merely the latest
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    • extraordinary inner flexibility Nietzsche assimilated the
    • of the immediate present. He dated it back to the later age of Greek
    • philistine. And he realized that his own ideals, stimulated by his
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    • men did not speak in indefinite terms as was current later, and this
    • puberty. In later times, living thinking was lost; human beings in
    • later life learnt nothing more; they simply repeated mechanically
    • what they had assimilated in earlier youth.
    • to say, we shall carry childhood on into our later years. And that we
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    • later age in a way suitable to an earlier epoch. Perhaps that would
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    • there. Not only the terrible event of World War I has deflated these
    • degree even in the later Middle Ages. Those wonderful and inspiring
    • for the soul in the later Middle Ages, have to a great extent been
    • experiences of a similar kind could be related. I have said this just
    • are living not only centuries but thousands of years later —
    • get an infant youth movement, and just as the later youth movement
    • question I have put before you as a picture is intended to stimulate
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    • later times, we find them to be those who in their previous
    • time as of a later one. He drew his thoughts from external
    • in Kepler's life of soul, in that soul-life which in later
    • thinking about Nature has become an impossibility for later science.
    • the nineteenth century, those that gave the tone to the later mode of
    • later, and you will note in them all a different style. There is
    • nineteenth century. These books are written in the style of later
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    • rhetoric, one was able later to pour into arithmetic, geometry,
    • beings have not yet developed an active enough thinking to formulate
    • to the eighteenth year, what later they would be expected to know. Up
    • reckoning first upon trust and belief and later upon his own
    • steeped in beauty, and in later years beauty must rule as the
    • stimulated when the young find the artistic coming from the older
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    • quite different from what it later became. But I only want to mention
    • of the morning sun. In later life he explained that he had wanted to
    • word itself only arose later — had they not noticed externally
    • unconsciously what is for a later time; this requires him to
    • stir. It is not formulated in concepts. But in the life of feeling,
    • experiences to us. We are dependent on what he relates because he
    • alone can relate it. Certainly I shall one day be as old as he. But I
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    • desire; they feel themselves isolated. For instance, the eyes catch
    • their stomach should be less capable of tasting than the palate
    • Later this is forgotten by man; and this tasting is impaired by the
    • father or the mother in the son or daughter decades later. So exactly
    • who certainly have the power to bless. They acquire it in later life,
    • pictures that are capable of growth, we stimulate in him the faculty
    • of a certain man's house there will be a little plate with an
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    • must not merely translate into our language what was formerly
    • reality of things which later as an artistic copy shed their light
    • head. I am not saying that this was the case among Greeks of later
    • took it with them into later life. It was more intimate but at the
    • words by the descriptions which circulated of Shakespeare's
    • his plate and weighed the different foods so as to take the right
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    • thoughts which relate us to the soul-spiritual element and the
    • thoughts which relate us to the bodily element. Thinking, willing,
    • evolution, while the rest of the human form was added later. If we
    • have developed only later. That part of the human being, however, that
    • speaks to him and reveals the secrets that relate to the human being;
    • that within them the latent faculty is ready to be awakened which is
    • crept into human thinking that man, as a totality, is related to the
    • It is not an invention by a later writer when, added at the conclusion
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    • regarding these things only if we know how we ourselves are related to
    • resounded to mankind which, translated into our language, says:
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    • As you know, outer history relates how Socrates founded dialectics,
    • later on, Aristotle developed in a more scientific way. But this Greek
    • of evolution only a distillate of it remains, namely, Greek
    • single organism we have puberty, and also later epochal transitions,
    • remember later. Only those who, in earlier ages, through initiation
    • [Not yet translated into English. (Tr.)]
    • desolate and void. He would feel more and more the disagreement between the
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • the human consciousness. These invisible beings are related to that
    • includes man; for the animal kingdom will only be included later on in
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    • the late-Indian Yoga exercises were developed which tried to call
    • Social Order and Social Confidence) (not translated into English)
    • to breathe in the soul to which he was originally related, as is
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • time which might come later, people — and in many instances
    • happening now, so many years later, has certainly annihilated the
    • dead live must remain unknown. I need only relate some of the
    • formulated all kinds of literary-historical questions and at the
    • later years of their lives do not lose, on their part, the souls of
    • that departed later in life, you will readily understand that there
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    • believed to relate only to material things. The materialistic
    • relate merely to material things; for this is not true, it is mere
    • Not yet translated. Anthroposophic Press, New York.} many artistic
    • prepare himself to descend to the earth itself, to emulate, as it
    • II: Der Sturz der Geister der Finsternis. (Not yet translated)
    • Denkmethoden. (Not yet translated) Anthroposophic Press, New
    • progression, as historians imagine. They believe that the later event
    • the later must develop in the most tranquil fashion out of what
    • first lecture (not yet translated) Anthroposophic Press, New York.}
    • exists in the depths of the soul life as latent visions knows what it
    • is that lives today in the souls as discrepancies and unrelated facts.
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    • In these five lectures, later published under the title
    • That is only an interpolated remark, to which you may attach
    • was not assimilated by the soul, it could create a
    • tendency which might be released later by any sort of
    • Later, however, Jung came upon the fact that in many of the
    • man is unconsciously related, become angry and revenge
    • be persuaded to make use of her accumulated affections in
    • state that he was stimulated by that Richard Wagner who was
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    • Much that relates to this matter can be decided only with the
    • because it is related to it, but he also says that it is
    • not translated (yes it is).]
    • (This book has not been translated into English. Ed.)]
    • subconsciousness. He relates rather grotesquely that when
    • conscious of later. A healthy science ought to take its
    • is so regulated that they do not collide with one
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    • you relate to yourself, or which is within you, even
    • that in which we succeed or fail is related to our abilities.
    • If, for example, anyone in his later years is pursued by
    • further in occultism, for that which relates to higher
    • itself only, in its own wishes and desires, but to relate
    • whole inner activity has been related. Only when we live
    • this life entirely innocent. It will be made up to them later.
    • inflammable material, and morality is self-stimulated,
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    • one to relate it correctly to what was shown regarding the
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    • In these five lectures, later published under the title
    • system. Only the world of representations is correlated
    • In the nervous system alone we have the organic correlate of
    • the soul life, for the entire human organism is the correlated
    • latent within them, and constitutes an inner force; for
    • forces within him which lead to later events, in spite of the
    • forces intended for a later incarnation produces frenzy.
    • see, what is to be carried over and continued in later
    • clearly, though of course only in latency, not in a finished
    • its broadest implications.) If you take what circulates in the
    • meditation. Science today postulates a cosmic process, and
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    • movement pursue, and how are they related to the other tasks of our
    • different from what they later were, how man then was still endowed to
    • completely inoculated at that time by the materialistic mood —
    • the Christ related to the Orient?” when from a personal
    • do not take this step aright, either now or in a later incarnation.
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    • correct that in a certain connection, that which was the later
    • Those faculties which relate especially to a combination turned away
    • into later times by being inherited physically. Therefore, what was
    • sacrifice, as related in the Bible. And as he came to sacrifice him,
    • retained older faculties into later ages, especially with reference to
    • were later transformed in him. These streams in ancient times were
    • clairvoyant as pure astral-etheric streams. But later, these pure
    • instead of those which later condensed to hair.
    • progressed a stage, who has developed the faculty of the later age,
    • after they had assimilated what they had to absorb from outside, they
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    • or have read it later, has to show how from the people of ancient
    • different in an age when people even begin to manipulate it in
    • astral body similar to the way one should later see and know through
    • only later has to become. And so, at this place, there should be said:
    • Hebrew, but also in the Greek: the word Kyrios. If one translates it
    • translate it, approximately. “Make its forces open, so that it
    • willing.” And if you translate these words: “Behold, that
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    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy. St.
    • views: — only those who come later can see these. One
    • than Descartes later, (who after all only merely repeated St.
    • for human beings, (as it became later in the 5th epoch), that
    • All that was to be regulated. Life itself was to be regulated
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    • structure, was lost. First the Gods, later the metaphysical
    • to have any value. That means, only that which can be related
    • unprejudiced in trying to grasp reality, we must assimilate
    • Science which simply relates to the sense-life, to a what is in
    • [The lecture of 8th September 1918, remains untranslated.
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    • of Gobi and later dispersed over the earth. Their first leader, the
    • the fifth root-race can only control lifeless nature, the latent
    • inventions and going on right up to the telephone, one of our latest
    • leading Beings as, first of all Uranus, later Chronos, and after that
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    • on an oak in front of a cavern. Later, the Greek hero Jason, together
    • Lucifer-Gnosis was later published and forms chapter 1 of
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    • which later sprang the Israelite tradition. The race of the Greek and
    • something happened rather like what happened later in Palestine at the
    • the disposal of a higher individuality. Hence later the transformed
    • disposal of the higher, more spiritual Odin. He himself lived later as
    • prophetic augury which found expression everywhere in the later
    • Mysteries, and through this prediction arose what later became the
    • Kriemhild later in a weak moment betrays to Brunhild that in reality
    • spot which Christianity will later render invulnerable. There
    • Now in the later saga we are told that Kriemhild plotted to take
    • the later version she unites herself with Attila. The soul of the
    • who succeeded them at later stages also had their tragic figures. We
    • initiate is the Bodhisattva, then come the Rishis, later in Greece we
    • March, 1915, and not yet translated.
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    • not only to the initiates, but to those who are stimulated by them.
    • under Pontius Pilate”. As the esotericist knows, this is an
    • That is the essence of the Mystery. It translates itself into the
    • edition of his book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds. In later
    • editions he replaced the term by another which is translated in the
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    • fully explained later in the third and forth lectures. This, of
    • will appear vague will later become clear and understandable.
    • body bore most decidedly the form of the pentagram. Later, however,
    • Moon period. Everything that moved in later had been in the
    • Sun, were wholly permeated with wisdom. Just as our souls relate to
    • our bodies, so wisdom relates itself to light that streams out into
    • can be engendered, not physical light, but a precursor of what later
    • not have such a justified name since it was discovered later.
    • plate and then stroke the edge with a fiddler's bow, the powder moves
    • from man today. In the later Atlantean period man, for example, had a
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    • is alien to the inner soul processes; it is related only to the outer
    • of years later. Thus, one recognizes why such arts were practiced.
    • feeling life of the soul that later appeared in their
    • body in the Moon period was full of raging passions. Only later, when
    • again into the Sun, and later our earth threw out the present moon,
    • atmosphere of the Sun but it was related to what was there below as
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    • must be our starting point. Later, in considering the other numbers,
    • becoming engrossed in nothing but this number. You will see later how
    • itself without being related to the number two. Light alone cannot
    • from Scotland called the Scottish St. John, who later lived at the
    • spiritual earth that unfolded later after the sixteenth century. The
    • the soul, indeed, even work later on forming the body. Whatever a
    • teeth; puberty; seven or eight years later; toward thirty, followed
    • plate of glass and look through it. The world will appear yellow
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    • first. Later, it becomes something else. It becomes ever more
    • Modern astronomy is supported by two postulates of
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    • world, was imparted to man later. Man with his thoughts could see
    • which later became the mere names of physical planets — were
    • generally translated) ‘under what circumstances those who know
    • the Eternal leave the earth through the gate of death, to be later
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    • during the later stages of Saturn you could have differentiated outer
    • region of warmth, the external eggs of warmth coagulated from out
    • we shall learn later. If the whole of Saturn had disappeared through
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    • When one formulates an idea to-day, it is formed only in the astral;
    • want something, they demand something from the world, and that later
    • Motion — Dynamis. These were related to the Spirits of
    • later became the names, Bull, Lion, Eagle, Man.
    • Eagle, through a later transformation, has had to be named Scorpio,
    • Capricornus. The Man, for reasons which we will hear later, is called
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    • transformed itself into the later Sun, the Cherubim began to be
    • They are Beings of highest intelligence who regulate all that happens
    • space, and regulate it so that a harmonious co-relation can come
    • has to be so regulated that it corresponds with what is outside. What
    • Spirits of Form — later we shall explain this more in detail,
    • Cosmos. And through certain causes, which we shall learn later, now
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    • regulates, so to speak, the relation between separate men and the
    • continuity of human existence. Fundamentally speaking, they regulate
    • development. This is regulated by the Spirits of Personality, the
    • itself is regulated by the Angels as regards the individual men, by
    • to the earth. But something else has yet to be regulated. Humanity
    • in the middle, let us calculate where the places of the planets must
    • scientifically quite honest. For later on, by purely physical
    • we have not touched on them yet, but later we will show what they
    • planets, these two lately discovered planets, one which behaves in a
    • later how it is with them, but now we simply call attention to the
    • speaking of the appearance of the heavens, they calculated everything
    • interchanged, in later Astronomy. That which is called Mercury to-day
    • were later interchanged. On the occasion when man turned the world
    • interactions of conditions which must be regulated from heavenly
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    • to do with that which concerns us here. It will be considered later
    • other two parts he will develop later. If one wanted therefore to
    • Mercury who have it in air. Translate this so that you say: the
    • translated into their bodies, these selected individuals acted
    • it. Thought did not exist, it only developed later.
    • this word originated in later times. The name ‘Place of the
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 8
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    • out. They let their warmth substance percolate, as it were, into that
    • off, and then on to its surface percolated that which can be called
    • movements were one adjusted, later changed the whole mechanism of the
    • breastplate. In the beginning a region had naturally to be formed
    • before the inclusion of the heart. Another name for the breastplate
    • breastplate from nature — Cancer, the Crab; that which is out
    • in space is really called ‘breastplate,’ a protection
    • of the Zodiac where those balls were originally stimulated and
    • related in a certain way which cannot be touched on here, but which
    • was closely related to the constellation of the Bull, and to the cult
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    • and it is only later that these facts can be gathered together into a
    • assemble those bodies which were selected to form later a heavenly
    • through all the transformations it experienced later, it could become
    • of conception, about which people speculate so erroneously to-day,
    • upon them — their nations Karma, which had accumulated up to
    • and partly of the old astrality, but that later it becomes
    • personalities of later days have woven into them, organised into
    • astral body, and who later passed it over to Hermes, could say to
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    • will live as late after us as we are now after Goethe, that picture
    • Heaven; these are Beings who on account of their later deeds we call
    • during the Lemurian and Atlantean evolutions, and even later we have
    • who later was able to penetrate into the human ‘I’, who
    • later for the propagation of Christianity. Look at the founders of
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    • related to man, may be grasped by the intellect. It has often been
    • related of the result of clairvoyant investigation. It is true that
    • of it, our astral and etheric bodies show what they have accumulated
    • you will do later are already within you, developed through
    • understand and to grasp what is related about the higher worlds. And
    • later, when a person has had this experience, when he has confronted
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    • spaces, beings from definite regions (of which more later) rush into
    • short while later. Between the age of Aeschylus and that of Euripides
    • confirms what I have just said. In the story of Orestes as related by
    • who used the same story a few decades later, we find no Furies, no
    • from what it became later. Man's clairvoyant vision was still open;
    • condition and arose later as Earth. During the earliest period of
    • later separated off as our Moon; after the separation of Moon, Earth
    • the beginning; only later did the Sun and the Moon develop out of the
    • the same way as Sun stimulates the life of the flowers in the fields,
    • would man's thoughts, feelings and will have been stimulated
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    • composed, and the physical fire of today is a descendant, a later
    • Earth and to stimulate from within the inner development of man, who,
    • stimulated the soul life of men and of animals. This is an
    • Herakleitos, of Plato and of later sages can be traced back to him.
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    • elementary organs of the plant, the leaves, and later, the calyx,
    • each other at a later point of time.
    • Persia, we find an ancient civilisation known in later history as the
    • peoples, inhabiting the region which, in later times, was known as
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    • to take later re-birth in a body spiritualised to such a degree that
    • later was revealed as the Christ, but he could only conceive of it in
    • world subjectively, to use the Greek expressions. Later on in
    • spiritual world. In later times man's capacity for spiritual vision
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    • otherwise than they grew to be later on. The etheric body did not
    • physical body from outside. Later these forces drew within the space
    • later this was not more directly attainable was, that as the etheric
    • soul-experiences in the old Indian age different from those of later
    • appear to be so. Their postulate, built up by analogy runs somewhat
    • adequate for later times. The Greeks had a deep consciousness of the
    • her husband had no son, she adopted him. But later on a son was born
    • Kariot, and he went to the court of Pilate in Palestine, where he
    • obtained employment as overseer of Pilate's household. He quarreled
    • later married the widow. Only then did he learn that it was his real
    • fulfillment of an oracular saying we must not relate it in the same
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    • were those who stimulated a new inner life in man, arousing in him a
    • stimulated man's inner soul-life, had to be sought by descending into
    • pass later. These Moon-gods would have slowly ripened the souls of
    • being of the soul, upon which later the real Moon-gods worked; that
    • possible at a later time. It is on that account extraordinarily
    • would be recapitulated on a higher stage. The first epoch will
    • the light, truth and knowledge poured. Just as man of a later time
    • imparted to him at one time and wrote it down later; consequently the
    • not written down later by any man as the expression of divine wisdom.
    • studied them for a much shorter time. Yet it is related that one day
    • upon the inward path was in later times called the God Mithras. Hence
    • the old Chaldeans contemplated a trinity above them, but they were
    • subterranean gods. Adonis is a later name for the beings found by
    • by Dr. Steiner. Revised edition translated and published 1922–23.]
    • under the laws of time is regulated by the measure and the nature of
    • pass from the later back to the earlier, as from child to father. On
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    • conditions are regulated in time and how the different beings in
    • space are related to each other, we find a thread leading on the one
    • and speculate and attribute all kinds of meanings to the number
    • consider universal space in an abstract sense, but really relate
    • planet; so they were later on the old Sun, and on the old Moon, and
    • Pilate, could be admitted where the Christ was working. He Who came
    • Christ than the people of that time were able to assimilate. And
    • later ages what was brought over from old Atlantis. Among the great
    • been completely lost. Yet the following story was related (it is to
    • of knowledge or no, it is none the less true. Just as belated
    • was after he had taken part in the experiences of later ages.
    • Buddha and to Zarathustra when their names began to percolate
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    • out in concepts. They began to speculate intellectually, and this
    • spiritual in its point of view, employs only inflated concepts, and
    • observation. We need but to contemplate his physical body to realize
    • developed and incorporated earlier, another later. Some organs we can
    • constituted today it evolved late, but as regards its first germinal
    • starting from the universe, contemplates man in his cosmic contexts.
    • same time it is interesting to note how external science has lately
    • reciprocal relations arises when man assimilates physical matter and,
    • reach their soul. Later we will deal with other senses transcending
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    • world, without his being able to participate in it. Later on, in the
    • related to a certain people. From all this we can infer that the
    • that is related to this word as the spiritual is to the material, you
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    • able to substantiate later.
    • interlaced by the nervous system, and only later does it penetrate to
    • will interpolate a few elucidating remarks in the nature of
    • spiritual science. External research will be stimulated by spiritual
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    • evolution of man. This feeling is nearer the truth than is the later
    • who first learns to talk and only later to perceive thoughts. Speech
    • returned to them only later.
    • They were the peoples who were to prepare in advance the later period
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    • and later on it will be necessary to give a third course on
    • stimulates something like gratification in our soul, this fact then
    • perception in conjunction with the fact that later you know something
    • then what was characterized as sentience would have to be related to
    • distressing event. During this process nothing related to it has
    • an inner soul experience and we must continually relate it to the
    • matter how insistently visualizations are stimulated by the outer
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    • surge stimulated by the messages of our senses, one perception makes
    • later read it over at home, you must have been struck by the
    • As we contemplate Goethe's soul in his youth it appears
    • that in later years Goethe followed but one of the impulses we
    • from the temporal elements that he later discarded. Throughout his
    • when you wished to be stimulated by it, it passed you by, leaving no
    • development boredom again becomes impossible. More of this later.
    • While animals are continually stimulated from without,
    • because the old conceptions crave new impressions. Later I shall draw
    • moment, but they will enable us later on to shed a wondrous light on
    • in the difference between what relates to the locality (space), to
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    • With that convention which would regulate
    • in addition to meaning “sensation” (as here translated)
    • stimulated by our own soul lives. By means of outer experiences we
    • desire. Desire must capitulate to truth. It is necessary, then, to
    • Truth, then, is something to which desires capitulate as
    • desires must constantly capitulate, would eventually bring about
    • next lecture discover how to correlate the directions of memory and
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    • can contemplate it from two aspects. First, from that of the pure
    • have been stimulated to come to the surface. You can understand this
    • really assimilated because it is at about the same time, according to
    • to assimilate all visualizations, when it becomes conscious? The ego
    • those that relate to physical space — are received by the
    • either, but one that assimilates both streams. We can represent this
    • could be translated with “existence,” but here that would
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    • human soul. Later we shall come back to the reasons why this book
    • interesting double meanings can be explained but not translated, so
    • meaning later on. Had the God created the spirit-man without having
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    • translate that into words for yourselves such as are often used to
    • become manifest later in these lectures — that side by side
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    • means something that arbitrarily manipulates cosmic laws, but that it
    • laterally on the side of imagination and on that of intuition, but it
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    • to gesticulate. Unschooled people will sometimes catch themselves
    • crystallizing, of the bodily, corporeal form. Were we to translate
    • us when we contemplate it in the higher regions, and it ceases to
    • in order to be stimulated, so that our innermost self comes more and
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    • is determined by the fact that first the Sun and then, later, the Moon
    • regulated and how wonderfully it is able to stand the strain put upon
    • of Peace stands there before us when at Christmas we contemplate the
    • The aim of Spiritual Science is to stimulate a true and deep
    • Christianity itself which will form the subject of a later lecture.
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    • Upon us valley-dwellers later showered.
    • moment will come; to-day you see a picture only; later on, what you
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    • of the symbol itself. Yet as late as 353 A.D., 353 years after Christ
    • It is the legend which in a wonderfully beautiful way relates how Olaf
    • beginning until the Mystery of Golgotha. And it relates how when the
    • (Translated from a German version
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    • which later theology has been able to discover from them. To realise
    • the hearts of those in whom, later on, the feeling for Jesus arose.
    • preserved in later times in symbols. Thus the fact that in those
    • in fragments which passed over to a later consciousness as the Hertha
    • earth that the Goddess worshipped later on as Nertus would appear to
    • as male-female. It was not until later, through a corruption, that
    • concerned saw this in the spirit. Later, when the Mystery-impulse in
    • symbolised later on by the Nertus cult. The whole experience was
    • from olden days as a dream-experience was transferred to a later date
    • diabolic, later became the Walpurgis Night; it is connected with the
    • "Ing was first seen among the East Danes. Later he went towards the
    • Mystery-customs fell into decay. They passed over into isolated,
    • said: "Ing was first seen among the East Danes. Later he went towards the
    • the height he reaches in later life if he had not first developed
    • as it was at a later time, but for all that it was a true revelation.
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    • late as the beginning of the first millennium B.C. (— it was to the
    • way as in men of later time. Paradoxical as it seems, it is
    • the East, had this clear impression: If as we contemplate the stars we
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    • as late as the year A.D. 353, in Rome itself, this festival was not
    • on lower levels of existence they felt themselves related to what
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    • from the time of Paradise, the Fall, and on through the later epochs.
    • related individually to the Christ. Folk-history, as it may be called,
    • that in later times, when the springs of this knowledge had run dry, a
    • spheres, and these successive spheres, related to the flow of time,
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    • would have been no instrument there to translate such thoughts into
    • recapitulate the Old Persian, and the seventh will recapitulate the
    • period will not be recapitulated; it stands in the middle —
    • recapitulated now; it will thus be experienced in a two-fold form.
    • capacities from those he acquired later, he had to be instructed in
    • have worked as an astral body of a later period. It could not have
    • organisation. There were such Beings also in the later Persian and in
    • He made use of the soul that was only to develop later, in an
    • not having to recapitulate anything. The Old Indian epoch will be
    • although these were only to appear later, they had to be laid down in
    • germ and stimulated at an earlier period.
    • great Teacher-Individuality was able so to stimulate the sentient-soul
    • something. This could only be done in one way. To stimulate the
    • the teachers, as they were later, when these things had already fallen
    • what they were destined to carry out later, were receptive in a
    • concerning this great Teacher was later on gathered together by the
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    • contemplate life in the ordinary materialistic sense would probably
    • disturbed and the laws cannot so easily be seen; we can only regulate
    • and shall frequently find that the events of later life are connected
    • In later life a man will have good reason to be grateful for that
    • transformed in later years into a force which works invisibly, pouring
    • also went away and wrote. It was curious to read later on in an
    • begin to regulate the child's requirements, we reach the very
    • his life-force. In his later years, instead of being arid and dry, he
    • a law of karma, a connection between the earlier and the later,’
    • formerly, or that we shall experience later, in subsequent lives. I
    • circulates in it and the position of the nerves within it, — all
    • body carries out these functions is regulated by the astral body,
    • in the long run. If we contemplate a single life, as well as life from
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    • forth later, as their flower, the Human Being in whom could be
    • these can at the most only stimulate the understanding. For in order
    • ‘inoculated’ with the luciferic influence. The whole nature
    • until later on, until the Divine Spiritual Beings had brought the
    • contemplates his childhood; for we say: ‘I experienced my
    • of others, does he stimulate them to feel themselves in him. He will
    • sentence of the Sermon on the Mount relates to one of the nine
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    • development of all humanity. Let us briefly recapitulate what was put
    • that what is related of Him is a presentation of events on the
    • other Divinities related in words belonging to the physical plane
    • the later is not being prepared in the earlier. In a certain respect
    • everything that follows later must be prepared in what went before. Of
    • consisted in his having assimilated everything brought over from old
    • later, people were dissatisfied with Solomon, as was the case even
    • world's history. This may give us an inkling of the secrets, regulated
    • later, yet he was then in the age when the spirit worked within him
    • themselves the Paraclete, known later as the Holy Ghost who reveals
    • later, in the Sermon on the Mount, Christ in the second Beatitude
    • translated contains a meaningless word, tells us the following: Those
    • brooding, in the intellectual soul it begins to shine forth, later to
    • earth, some part survives into later ages. This, in a certain respect,
    • is hostile to what implants itself as a germ in later ages. What the
    • Christianity in some dogmatic collateral signification or side issue,
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    • being of man which does not in some way relate to what can be found in
    • Even as the Sun and Earth were once a single being which later divided
    • undivided, and finer, more etheric, more spiritual than the later and
    • the cause of the original unity having later developed into Man and
    • ascent into the higher worlds, and to translate the truths into
    • form and the male has taken on a later form, but has made it what it
    • brought later conditions of life into an age as yet too early for
    • these over into a later age? And are there on the other hand forms
    • condensed and thickened, so that it represents a later condition, a
    • earth was still Old Moon. It carries a former condition into a later,
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    • lectures to be given at a later time, after which we can venture
    • the harmony of the lectures to be given later. To-day, as also in our
    • relate to the Christ-Problem; in fact, we shall to-day refer to the
    • acquire, and which will bear fruit. And in later ages, when these
    • incarnations and did not possess what we call conscience, so in later
    • known to the ancient Greek as the Erinyes and later to the Romans as
    • something remaining in later times of what existed previously, but it
    • that will become a thing of the past later on, just as have the
    • peoples of Egypt and Chaldea the ego-consciousness was late in coming,
    • until the later soul-principles had developed. In Europe the ego did
    • other hand, it waited till the later soul-principles had been
    • Egyptian-Chaldean culture waited, holding back the ego for a later
    • occult sense is true) relates as follows. Having completed his task in
    • it felt itself related to Christ? What had happened to the souls who
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    • but the passing from one form of work, from an activity stimulated by
    • stimulated by the Spiritual world. When to-day we remember the great
    • 1 Dr. Steiner was forced later on to leave the Theosophical Society because of its Dogmatic Authority.
    • from the method in which for centuries men have contemplated the
    • species of uniform is later found to be in use for the same office.
    • some way they will learn to contemplate their deed; they will become
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    • birth. Lately, I have been able to test the research that can be made
    • Later, after a certain span of time has elapsed, one has quite other
    • later phase after death, in addition to the moral disposition the
    • As the next lecture will be related to the present one, we probably
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    • and later the connection can only be recalled by relating oneself to
    • have to undergo later in the world of the spirit. For a long span of
    • incarnation. If this Mars sphere is experienced consciously and later
    • Lucifer gives us everything unrelated to the earth. Our former human
    • the embryo at a comparatively later stage when, during life after
    • early late early late
    • Then the later embryonic conditions find their mirror-image in the
    • existence find their reflection in a later phase before conception.
    • two sides are related as object and mirror-image, and conception
    • is missing. We do in fact recapitulate everything we have experienced
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    • patiently compared and collated, it will be found that nowhere in the
    • after death, an isolated being who always has a kind of barrier
    • beings in whose sphere he is living. Whether we are isolated or
    • becomes a hermit, an isolated spirit, is working at the destruction
    • has been no such link. Again, whether we are sociable or isolated,
    • possesses should contemplate the starry heavens with feelings such as
    • only kinship among those related by physical descent, but among all
    • incarnation. We can only assimilate spiritual science in the right
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    • I would like to relate a particular instance. In the twelfth century
    • much as we should have done. We meet him again since we were related
    • Later, beyond the Moon sphere, this is still the case but now the
    • today, I shall relate it. The question can be put within our own
    • spiritually in one of his disciples. This disciple was later to
    • necessary for him to work later in the extraordinary way he did. In
    • relate what lives in the human breast to its origin when we consider
    • ascend beyond the plant and recognize how the spirit is related to
    • visions. He only learns to recognize later what he really is as a
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    • feel entirely at one with him. We know exactly how we are related to
    • We are enveloped by them. We are able to relate ourselves only to
    • This is true also of the further course of events. At a later period,
    • connections are related to religious creeds, the groupings do not
    • Mercury sphere with those to whom he was related during his earthly
    • we were related on earth. In the Venus sphere we feel at home with
    • discovered at a later date has nothing to do with the equal
    • for Him to stimulate all the forces in us that are necessary if we
    • the later birth, one finds that it coincides to a high degree with
    • later and earlier lives. This indicates how the knowledge that we
    • I have occupied myself a great deal with Homer. Lately the fact that
    • some way related to a person and did not love him, this cannot be
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    • new birth he is part of the planetary system and, at a later period
    • environment of those with whom he was closely related in life, and
    • with what we formerly have developed. In kamaloca we are related to
    • related to him in a way that corresponds to the last relationship we
    • friend or the person related to him had not become an
    • related to him.
    • realize why he did not leave his house two or three minutes later
    • leaving a few minutes earlier or later. Nevertheless, this may be of
    • minutes late. Had he left his house punctually he would have been run
    • late. It is unlikely that events will happen in this grotesque
    • minutes late, and just as it is true that he would be dead had he
    • minutes late. Now this may appear unimportant, but it is not so. In
    • us again take the example in which we started out three minutes later
    • late. This will make no impression whatsoever on the materialist. But
    • minutes late, thereby avoiding death, but at the moment when death
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    • In later phases when kamaloca has come to an end, we penetrate into
    • lives on after death, and later recalls the experiences in the Moon
    • by five minutes. Apart from the fact that we arrive five minutes late
    • direction. What might happen to us is related to what actually occurs
    • as the many grains of wheat that do not sprout are related to those
    • Paradise and later Christ Jesus use the same words! We touch here
    • Such considerations, related as they are to recent research, help us
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    • just been related may be a complete deception. He who has convinced
    • worth knowing. One day we leave three minutes later than usual and
    • have spoken on earth. It is only later, during the passage into
    • is related to the moon. The ego is the sun for the physical body, the
    • between soul and body. Some people feel active and stimulated shortly
    • draw death forces within our organism. They accumulate and because of
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    • they are closely related. We become especially aware of this when we
    • means of earthly words. It is different and one has to translate it.
    • formerly beheld, when they contemplated the starry heavens, not so
    • you will join you later if you have but the patience to wait. Then
    • we contemplate people who live between death and rebirth and seek to
    • translate into our language what torments them, they tell us the
    • this period is again closely related to what took place during the
    • with a wisdom that far exceeds what we are able to acquire later.
    • childhood than later on. A profound wisdom is utilized in order to
    • not be isolated after death, but will find the possibility of
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    • you are leaving three minutes later. You go through a particular
    • by pillars. When you arrive there three minutes later than usual you
    • a person misses a train that is later involved in an accident. Had he
    • the way described. You arrived three minutes later than usual at that
    • later. If one beholds the life of sleep with super-sensible cognition,
    • of death forces. When so much residue has been accumulated that the
    • not to create their own obstacles. One should attempt to translate
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    • reveals the most manifold connections between former and later earth
    • Bodhisattva. All these connections could be continued later in the
    • of Assisi absorbed everything that later enabled him to receive the
    • are deeply related in the course of world history.
    • and then later commence our return journey. Now we encounter those
    • and establish a connection with it at a later stage. Anthroposophy
    • minutes later than usual. He now notices something strange on the
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    • spheres. Let us now briefly recapitulate what was said then.
    • of consciousness. It is not as if a dead person were on some isolated
    • not only as kamaloca experiences, but also for the later life of the
    • not been kept, for example, is not inscribed until later, actually
    • Moon sphere, but only later. Anything that affects us as individuals,
    • earth. From other lectures you will have heard, however, that later
    • time was the personality who was born later on in his next
    • impressively displayed in that later life are to be traced to the
    • two collateral events. The Buddha had risen to the highest point
    • within his earthly existence. It is deeply impressive to contemplate
    • death and rebirth to transform what our souls have assimilated during
    • In order that something assimilated in the life of the soul in one
    • writings things that later on were demonstrated by scientists and
    • compressed within them and also how they can be related to their
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    • Ever more knowledge is accumulated about chemical laws and so forth,
    • He can enter these realms but he cannot annihilate himself because he
    • their ancestors to whom they were related by blood. The seer often
    • stimulated on the earth. Then it also can be preserved in higher
    • accumulated in previous incarnations. It is the task of the luciferic
    • present that we ourselves later require. What one inherits from one's
    • meaningful. Let me relate an actual instance. I met a hydrocephalic
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    • relate words to spiritual reality and conveys by means of words an
    • spheres, and even beyond into the universe. Later it contracts again
    • them. The thoughts must be related to a spiritual content, otherwise
  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • may perhaps appear to many of you as somewhat abstract. But later on
    • are related to one another. Let us take this triangle that we have
    • We will now translate what I have just been saying into a language
    • Goethe himself speaks, you are not stuck with an isolated concept
    • over a thought I have often mentioned — a thought formulated by
    • written lately a large philosophical dictionary. His bulky Critique
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    • completely within, so that he can contemplate it in its inner being,
    • specific existence. External things are related to general concepts
    • which will be explained in detail later on.
    • collide and gyrate, and then one calculates how they inter-gyrate. By
    • I do not even calculate, for that would presuppose a superstition —
    • contemplate the world clearly, then he comes to the point of saying
    • twelve different standpoints from which it can be contemplated. In
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    • Of late it has been thought that one could more easily become
    • have the right feeling for this picture if we contemplate it in the
    • also happen that men are stimulated from various sides in reaching
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    • Worlds are related to the Spirit or to the Spirits of the cosmos as
    • (which he gave out later) how his soul changed its constellation in
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    • may perhaps appear to many of you as somewhat abstract. But later on
    • are related to one another. Let us take this triangle that we have
    • We will now translate what I have just been saying into a language
    • Goethe himself speaks, you are not stuck with an isolated concept
    • over a thought I have often mentioned — a thought formulated by
    • written lately a large philosophical dictionary. His bulky Critique
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    • completely within, so that he can contemplate it in its inner being,
    • specific existence. External things are related to general concepts
    • which will be explained in detail later on.
    • collide and gyrate, and then one calculates how they inter-gyrate. By
    • I do not even calculate, for that would presuppose a superstition —
    • contemplate the world clearly, then he comes to the point of saying
    • twelve different standpoints from which it can be contemplated. In
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    • Of late it has been thought that one could more easily become
    • have the right feeling for this picture if we contemplate it in the
    • also happen that men are stimulated from various sides in reaching
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    • Worlds are related to the Spirit or to the Spirits of the cosmos as
    • (which he gave out later) how his soul changed its constellation in
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    • another, hardly much later, saying from ancient Greece. It is a short
    • lectures (11 and 25th October 1906. The former is not translated. The
    • that spiritual research looks at matter. As water is related to ice
    • living being, the process can never be stimulated in the living being
    • process which has just been described is recapitulated on a higher
    • higher consciousness out of the pain stimulated through an external
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    • birth. Up to the seventh year the etheric body is as if latent in the
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    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • This previously untranslated lecture is from the lecture series
    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • Translated by Hanna von Maltitz
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • each, sooner or later, have to do for our own forces. If we think we
    • a warm sunbeam falling on a metal plate and making it warmer than
    • the metal plate — follows from the cause of the warm sunbeam? If
    • that it warms the metal plate only when it comes into contact with it?
    • thirteenth year would have shown itself in later life and would have
    • something in his thirteenth or fourteenth year and who later did
    • later on in their effect react on the same person. In such a case we
    • the cause of what happens later on, we shall probably be glad and feel
    • must try first to develop tendencies latent in him and draw them out,
    • child in its later life it will be a long time before the essential
    • corresponding weakly old age (for we shall see later on how a starved
    • earliest years comes out as effect in the latest ones. But in addition
    • but which comes somewhat later.’ Everyone who is not an initiate
    • when something happens to him in later life, he does not look for the
    • sense, between earlier and later events, he would arrive at the
    • later on have been able to penetrate into the secrets of the world,
    • What matter if it is read to-day or later — even if centuries
    • order that later the other kingdoms might make further progress, they
    • mineral kingdom which must be taken into account in all the later
    • the mineral kingdom finds its fulfilment in later periods of what
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    • related to what we call the course of human karma? In this we shall
    • have set in motion in one life can only come into action in a later
    • that the several parts should be correctly related to one another.
    • into the later evolution. Thus phases of evolution belonging to
    • was absolutely necessary as a base for later formations.
    • later the animal kingdom. By means of this separation man was able to
    • whole time. The other organisations which later refined themselves, so
    • changes later on when the Moon was outside, they lost these
    • order to find others later and we should not have been able to find
    • others later, if we had not forsaken those at that precise time. For
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • manifest themselves later in their after-effects on the same human
    • present condition of health or disease later react upon him?’
    • contrary will only be stimulated from its inner being to put forth
    • power is still less. If you mutilate a higher animal it can do nothing
    • Natural Science: If you mutilate an animal, and the animal has
    • carries its qualities over to the offspring it is again stimulated to
    • and there the etheric body replaces what had been mutilated in the
    • is manifested. We are unable to explain many of the events in later
    • may throw its very significant shadow or light on the later life. Here
    • again, something from the earlier life works into the later life.
    • lights or shadows into the later life, and which are now expressed in
    • sensations, were connected with the impressions which were later
    • effective in producing later similar experiences.
    • bring about later a depression of spirits, we shall understand that
    • between earlier and later events, and furnish us with a clear picture
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • beginning of the nineteenth centuries and for some time later, we are
    • into a condition in which he was best able to stimulate the
    • have changed on this subject. But because this or that is related in
    • relate to anything other than the law of karma and its activity in
    • Ego is stimulated into action in opposition to the organisation of the
    • carried these enticements with him into later lives. We can say that
    • influence which came later opposed the luciferic principle and
    • effects of our previous life. Detailed examples will be given later
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • to recapitulate the chief points.
    • Ego oscillates between two influences present in the world —
    • etheric body and the astral body still exists, and we oscillate
    • find a way out of the difficulty if in such a case we could isolate
    • measles in later life, and we seek for the karmic connection in this
    • organism comparatively late in life to an attack of measles.
    • soul forces acquired by self-education. If we contemplate life as a
    • from the devil; later it was said that illnesses came from the
    • to see Maya, illusion within ourselves. If we contemplate life
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    • these external causes can be related to the experiences and deeds of
    • the feature which is later termed hereditary was something external.
    • regulated co-operation of our four members. And again, whether we are
    • preceding stages of consciousness, and that it will at a later period
    • shall be dealing with later. In the same way as we can understand that
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • oscillate between these two influences which lead us — the one to
    • turned into causes of illness? How do they manifest in later
    • records until we possess the explanations of Spiritual Science. Later
    • later how this is connected with the human Ego-consciousness.
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    • have appeared to us to stimulate and also at the same time to regulate
    • our sleep somnambulistic actions of which we later know nothing. It is
    • look towards later incarnations for the effects. From this it is
    • later life. Karma is not fate. From every life something is carried
    • into later lives.
    • between birth and death sets up on earth later karmic causes, so that
    • he accomplished on earth will be connected with his later karma. Karma
    • later period, and, owing to their common fate, they gained the
    • karma of mankind, whose effects show only at a later period. Thus the
    • the gods. And this they actually were. These ordinances related to
    • regulated by custom and by certain ritualistic prescriptions, and the
    • uncharitableness. This uncharitableness will in a later life appear
    • counterpart in a later incarnation. If we destroy the susceptibility
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • states ‘Man is woman's karma.’ The male organism of a later
    • as woman. From this it is clear that our later life is karmically
    • determined by the earlier, and also that the deeds of a later life may
    • saw two people standing together. Later, we arrived at the same spot,
    • just as it would be foolish to say, if two people at a later hour are
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • related to a deeper conception of karmic law?
    • universe, and that one must not isolate any part of the whole universe
    • astral body. Now closely related to the astral body is the animal
    • into the evolution of mankind because man contemplated only [the] inner and
    • of the spiritual world — I mean the late Frederick Myers —
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    • shadow-side which later had to be cast off; the treasures which had
    • acquired may be saved for the corresponding later epochs of human
    • Science relates to us of the great culture of the Indians, we then are
    • possible for that to develop later which again was required by a young
    • Greece, and think of what issued from that later as an extract for the
    • possession of humanity, which was, it is true, transformed later, but
    • regulate his affairs in the future, it will only be the love in us
    • also who will not be able to hear the summer courses, will later have
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    • then at a later stage of their present life, this rose to the
    • later on) — the Necessities in cosmic events. The
    • though later you will surely do it better.
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    • it would accumulate to excess, if destruction of life were not at
    • Ahriman has to regulate the passage of the human brain towards decay,
    • say, on a specially isolated island of spiritual existence a
    • kingdom set up as an isolated kingdom similar to his own nature, in
    • phenomenon in human life that we will speak about later in more
    • he formulated his so-called proof of God, that is, that a hundred
    • ahrimanic fashion the physical sense world is populated by spiritual
    • it to his isolated kingdom. There the soul can receive its spiritual
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    • of transformation with strengthened ego feeling were regulated in the
    • thought in the physical body relates to this truer element of
    • thinking as a shadow on the wall relates to the objects casting it.
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    • it has been translated with the title
    • the thinking, feeling and willing related to it, there is simply
    • experience and at once relate it to this or that former incarnation.
    • consciousness completely transformed in later life; then perhaps
    • return later as a distinct memory. A person — if he is not
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    • Egyptian incarnation forms the foundation for his later destiny and
    • this atomistic philosophy at a relatively late period in his life.
    • said to himself, “How desolate, how unsatisfying for the human
    • more or less related to one another and belonged to the same family.
    • When he later came to Benedictus, Benedictus noticed
    • of the physical world and isolate them. This solitary thinking,
    • own soul. Later, the one language became many. As we know, everything
    • them to his isolated island and separate them from the otherwise
    • would not do away with isolated thinking but, realizing that the
    • higher worlds. We shall have to enlarge upon this later in more
    • him everything stimulated merely by physical experience.
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    • how the terms employed here are related to the terminology I used in
    • carry into later periods of life the memories of earlier times, so
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    • will have to be resolved later, or else one has to make an effort to
    • Philia, who is more closely related to his subjectivity. The Other
    • Philia appears and later on he mistakes the double for her. Mistakes
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    • formulated concept of Allomatics is especially valuable, as under its
    • of opposition springing up lately from all sides against our movement.
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    • When we contemplate the things around us, those which exist for our
    • every year in spring how the earth, stimulated by the forces of the
    • question which we formulated as to the meaning of life, and
    • Adam.” (Adam is related to Adama, and means: “Out of the
    • at the approach of Summer is related to our own life. We feel in the
    • exactly corresponds to the other. How single plants are related to
    • The later epochs had quite a different mission. We know that a descent
    • of a later period. Whoever has an eye for such things, even if he
    • and more. Take, on the other hand, the later painters. They painted
    • time only came to be understood later on, and the fact that Raphael’s
    • vitally and not merely theoretically. Permit me here to interpolate
    • personality, in order, later on, to grasp what the individuality is.
    • life is related to the Spirit of the Earth, the art of healing can be
    • statement that lately the centenary of Darwin was celebrated, and
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    • answer might be given, but you will realise by what I say later on
    • memories and have forgotten what they related the first time. They
    • are not themselves aware of what they have related. In short, we have
    • have reached their goal stand related to life-germs in general. These
    • different realm of observation which will later bring us back again
    • body changes continually. An animal assimilates new substance and
    • present in the wolf which changes the substance it assimilates into
    • from within certain inner impulses which have to be stimulated from
    • something similar. When he assimilates the material, the spiritual
    • goal. Just as living beings must assimilate that which has not
    • be stimulated anew in order that evolution may go forward. Man had
    • German periodicals. Lately he wrote in a newspaper that it was
    • the Divine consciousness has been recapitulated in his own
    • thoughts find entrance to a soul, the other pole is stimulated and
    • also stimulated more and more to anthroposophical efforts. In this
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    • and, as we have frequently experienced lately, even a deliberately
    • ideas so strongly that, centuries later, men who have had to rethink
    • his ideas. We know that Goethe later changed the phrase, “Faust's
    • what was meant, later changed it to the more common term
    • Romans later give Roman citizenship to their colonials?” Now,
    • Faith.” Later on, of course, when they wanted to divorce
    • carried over into later events where it springs to life again in them.
    • We can truly say that while Greece was externally annihilated by Rome,
    • coffin was started in the 4th century, and Justinian later only drove
    • and continues to work on in a later time, even though luciferically,
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    • in Rome, just as the luciferic beings did in Greece. They calculated
    • decades earlier or later. In outer physical reality, which takes on
    • in the beginning, and even though it became manifest only later, the
    • — to have a belated vision, as it were, of what the Atlanteans
    • that are less calculated to arouse passions and emotions. Let me
    • impulses that later work themselves out in the way I have indicated in
    • there before us as the latest products, let us say, we have the Jesus
    • Soloviev. These are the latest products and how vastly different they
    • related over and over again and the landscape in which they occurred
    • Strauss. He tells himself that the Gospels relate this or that
    • the extent to which what is related of the Christ has also been living
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    • to know the great cosmic secrets that relate to what works and lives
    • later imparted to him in the way that has been intimated above. When
    • described to you and which there is no need to recapitulate, he had
    • not only through the crucifixion to annihilate his body but also to
    • powerless as well as its knowledge. Thus the knowledge assimilated by
    • the two realms; we can do that later. Let us consider the question as
    • movement later became anthroposophical — the intention was that
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    • related to what is commonly called science today much in the following
    • other. Rather, at certain times what comes later places itself
    • Kepler and later in the scientists of the eighteenth and nineteenth
    • book, good of its kind, has lately been written that endeavors to
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    • culture. Again in this later epoch the aim of the luciferic and
    • earth was to be deserted and left desolate. As I say, the very
    • had come later and what was still to come, into the service of the
    • was unsuited to this later epoch. One of these priests had attained
    • discovered later on by the Europeans. There the more ahrimanic part of
    • percolate from the West. Just as those other impulses could work from
    • effective. The earth would gradually have become desolate, having upon
    • forces upon the culture of Greece and Rome, and later upon the culture
    • delusions. Later on it was possible to coarsen what was at first
    • of the human being in birth was related directly to the evolution of
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    • later, what inspired Goethe and is to inspire the entire fifth
    • relates but little. Philip the Fair, through his ahrimanic gold
    • related by history stand active forces, and that human life is truly a
    • already shown it in various respects; later it can be shown in others
    • studied him, read, digested, translated him, has quite familiarized
    • later times and what has been characterized in the ideal of the
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    • through Hume, and later on through Darwin, human thinking is
    • world. I have already related how, after these souls had gone through
    • editions in its original form and has been translated into all
    • preceded by those events I have related.
    • proud of it. But as a later age will show, as regards thought, our age
    • earlier age. What will a later age teach? Well, it will naturally not
    • calculate it and treat it geometrically as is taught today in
    • will be added, and only from a combination of the two will a later
    • that you relate what I have said to an astronomer. He would say,
    • was confined in a madhouse. One could, of course, relate hundreds of
    • it will have to regain spiritual knowledge — and later spiritual
    • must never be asserted that these things that relate to past ages will
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    • divines that this world of thought relates itself to an actual
    • reality, just as the image seen in a looking glass relates itself to
    • healthy human understanding they can comprehend everything related by
    • directed by the leaders whom these men had. Later there came into
    • forth later the stream of the Spirit, that living wisdom with its
    • preserved into a much later epoch. Thus we find humanity in the later
    • bit, in the course of human evolution has been inoculated as
    • endeavours we see foreshadowed that which later on had to work so
    • forbidden it. In fact, this is the latest decree from the Holy
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    • the front later. When this happens, when for instance that which was
    • that mankind must become related to him. For now Michael is not the
    • immediate employer. When later a new abbot came, a sharp resolute man,
    • of the Festival of Christmas. Much, much later it was still possible
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    • it, related to the processes of destruction in outer nature? How is
    • within external nature.” That which takes place later is the
    • recapitulate.
    • which later became the Chinese. Within the early Chinese civilization
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    • should stimulate contemplation of the comparison of the past with the
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    • the younger generation for later life. There were no experiments,
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    • book that is translated into English under the title
    • months, in the case of another years, but sooner or later, provided
    • point in early childhood; not, however, in the way in which isolated
    • pick out isolated episodes during the day, but gradually the power is
    • spirit in us. That is the plateau initiation science reaches when it
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    • assimilated with the earth. He sees by comparison how, in effect, what
    • was this which enabled isolated human beings in the first three or
    • existed in isolated human beings the Gospels never could have been
    • it was to mean later when the soul-life had been drawn into the
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    • case, even as late as the 18th Century. People of today have no
    • Even as late as the 18th Century, when those who had not been infected
    • divine-spiritual world-order had postponed that moment to a later
    • the most enlightened spirits even as late as the 18th Century. I shall
    • will, emancipated from divine will, as described. Not until later in
    • to appear only later, nor could it be the form of an animal of that
    • Gemüt is so intimately related to this nature that he can
    • Through his psycho-spiritual being he is related to the beings of the
    • life of instincts in the physical human body. Thus many people as late
    • behold the later time: man comes to earth, he takes into himself outer
    • intellect a man can isolate himself from the world, for everyone has
    • isolates man, makes of him a hermit on the earth. Even in respect of
    • isolated in this way: in that respect he belongs to the cosmos, is
    • intellectuality — it isolates man. When men still saw with their
    • discredited as anthropomorphic; but how could I relate it otherwise
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    • contemplate the perfection of its cosmic calculations and perhaps
    • still a being intimately related to man.
    • being delivered up to the Dragon to whom it is related through its own
    • way; and also only after anthroposophy has taught you to contemplate
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    • astronomy, astro-physics, and other related sciences accomplish today.
    • relates to this condition. Dreaming may be associated with inner
    • the strength of light by the square of the distance, and he calculates
    • abstract prayer: it regulated life in its obvious, practical demands
    • was an organic force in man, related to growth, and other forces. It
    • surely he should not speculate about it, as did Kant and Laplace who
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    • there any true reality in that earth of primitive rock, slate,
    • of the earth, just as much as is the crystalline slate of mountain
    • geologists use to calculate geologic epochs by millions of years: they
    • not in existence. The physicists today calculate the changes that will
    • with the earth itself becomes related to the cosmic environment in
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    • of his soul is the power not to be stimulated immediately in his
    • you might at first regard as an illusion, that the dawn is related
    • take place that man later actually has from it outwardly his
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    • over into later years.
    • we will leave to a later consideration) and something else connected
    • Athenian boy was stimulated to be eloquent, to express himself in
    • are intimately connected with human life and have to be regulated.
    • They must be regulated in the whole evolution of man. For that reason
    • relate man closely to the earth and bring him into too strong a
    • those powers for reasons which I will later explain, according to
    • could see in the late afternoon a kind of red-golden sunlight
    • later. Then, colour which to them was of a spiritual essence took its
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    • outside (the ego we will consider later). We can then observe the
    • impulses it has received are good or bad, the later body which it
    • born later), yet it is working already, for naturally it is bound up
    • one will see in each wrinkle later in life how he formed these
    • gnomes and undines, listen so eagerly when man relates something of
    • will which carries us out everywhere into the cosmos is related to
    • our head we feel to be related to the winter. Through the will we
    • the summer-will, the will in us which is related to the summer. We
    • and summer-will into winter-will.” We are no longer related to
    • the day with its interchange of light and darkness. We are related to
    • explained to you today relates to the way in which man, if he is
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    • later on. For this process of the earth being born out of the cosmos
    • embryo has to the body of its mother before it is born. Later,
    • speak, they speak spiritually. They relate things, they speak to us.
    • relates to us the memories of the earth, the things that the earth
    • let the metals relate to us what were the experiences of the earth.
    • period we should have to relate how in these formations described in my
    • Paracelsus again was a personality who lived much later
    • The coarse relationships of which physiology is aware relate only to
    • consciousness we demand proofs. The truths which relate to the spirit
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    • From this environment of the earth when later the earth
    • developed later. All that was thus fashioned out of the cosmos in
    • rock. This limestone rock certainly came to the earth later but it
    • somewhat later time than that which I have described in connection
    • there as coagulated albumen. The chalk abstracts the albumen and
    • in the later part of the Lemurian epoch.
    • coagulated jelly or gristle thou didst will first of all that the
    • into the later plant-forms, through having cast off that which still
    • Gradually the later plant-forms developed. These had a
    • nothing can be found. Only in that later period, when man for the
    • finds what I have related today.
    • everything more fleeting, more quickly vanishing. Just contemplate
    • creatures of that early time, when as coagulated albumen they came
    • they will relate the following: “We were once spread out in
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    • This he had to force through his throat in the most articulate way
    • worked into this fluid albumen in such a way that it coagulated into
    • chalk, the union of this chalk with the coagulated albumen, again its
    • creation which arises when the chalk fills out the coagulated albumen
    • wonderfully articulated together; the way in which the vertebrae are
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    • truth and quite another thing to be able to express it, to formulate
    • whole manner in which he was to relate himself to them. All this
    • annihilated. And the soul swung backwards and forwards between one
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    • of man, how that this is related to the actual surroundings on earth.
    • concerning himself; he has become closely related to external nature
    • show in later lectures. Today I only mention the fact. But all these
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    • HAVE related to you different things concerning the nature of the
    • something coagulated. And the pupil felt himself within it; he felt
    • use a mode of speech only possible in later times) out of this
    • And then he was repeatedly stimulated to live through
    • spoken of as the One who was to come, just as later men spoke of the
    • There was in fact upon this island which was later to go
    • historically, in Palestine. When later, in temples and churches, the
    • And this indicates the greatness of all that went forth later from
    • which vanished in later time.
    • Certainly later historians who are, as it were, ashamed for the sake
    • cannot relate what they do not know, invent all sorts of fancy
    • with the quiet of earlier and later times. For if you only consider
    • to say: up to the time of the late War the whole of Europe was in
    • Valentine Andreae, who became later an orthodox pastor, and wrote
    • Valentine Andreae, who only bears the same name, wrote in his later
    • of it, for he shows us that later. He becomes an unctuous pastor. It
    • was not a physical personality. He made use of this secretary, who later
    • latest times revealed itself to the candidates of the great ancient
    • significant memorials in later times to the primal wisdom of men, to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • fairly numerous personalities. In the later centuries, from the 8th
    • to the mere historical tradition, which simply related the physical
    • to consolidate thy thoughts, so that they can arise later out of the
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • which was related to the single metals of the earth, which, however,
    • so closely related with the earth-being but in quite another
    • of the metals which thou wast able to assimilate from the planetary
    • present condition thou canst only assimilate the iron. As an earthly
    • during the Saturn time and later in a different stage, during the
    • I have just related is the truth and bears within it an impulse
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    • these experiences were related by the flowers on the earth. The
    • and experienced what they so mysteriously relate; and through the
    • this is related to the entire blood-circulation of man. He felt in
    • feelings stimulated in him for the perception of the elements of warm
    • was the preparation for what later on poured over from Africa into
    • somewhat different from what they were later.
    • at that time the schoolroom was related to the Mysteries, and the
    • science. Then in a weakened diluted form it later came across over
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    • what the earth appeared to them to be. These ancient peoples related
    • the earth, just as we relate ourselves in our consciousness to our
    • nation, we see how, besides what outer history relates, which is
    • he was closely related. These were the Mysteries which in the deepest
    • Now when you look at those fashion-plate figures (and
    • unfortunately mostly to be seen in picture galleries of the later
    • fashion-plate figures of Apollo, Mars and Mercury, one should look at
    • fashion-plate forms, to get some idea of what Greek art really was in
    • If one is able as it were to look through those later Greek plastic
    • them later in Samothrace, in these Mysteries of the Kabiri. One looks
    • something mathematical. He begins to calculate the size of the stars
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    • simply by knowing the historical records which relate about it —
    • consider any phenomenon, any event in nature by itself, isolated. He
    • greatness, let us say, even of the later Mysteries, whether the
    • were called later, the Cosmic Intelligences. The Cosmic Intelligences
    • evoked the spirits of nature. Everything regarded later as Alchemy is
    • tradition of it. Men then began to calculate when the stars were in
    • the spirits of nature was still possible, even in later times.
    • more earnest, more deeply tragic persons, such as that one who later
    • tragic countenance, who cannot understand life, what meets us later
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    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • calculated and observed today; at that time each planet, as all else
    • star, he gets parallelisms and such like things. He calculates and
    • calculates; or he may study a certain substance and place the
    • thus obtained in ancient times was that which related to Venus. Venus
    • This occurred as late as the 15th century, that the
    • carbon work in man, and how other metals related to the other planets
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    • faculties otherwise latent in the soul, just as in the course
    • positions the liver and the brain are actually related quite
    • Must we not relate this germ cell to the whole universe?
    • relate the human organs to the universe!” In the way in
    • outset that the most seemingly comprehensive ideas are related
    • from one side only, are related to the tree. I can photograph
    • same piece of film. Now when the forces lying latent in the
    • which the latest phase in biology pays special attention
    • the pictures that they are related to a spiritual reality. And
    • research, is well calculated to make us materialists. The
    • of the human brain is not an isolated formation. Through
    • human embryo, and which are later discarded, as to study the
    • embryonic period; we bear it within us continually in later
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    • the heart, so we must postulate the existence of a lawfulness
    • physical organ system is directly related to its corresponding
    • directly related, the gaseous still less directly, and the
    • oxygen related to the etheric organization in so far as this
    • to this later, for I have yet to speak of the relationship
    • nitrogen. You will be able to relate all the differentiations
    • empirical science, if you will relate the most approachable
    • spring and passes through its yearly cycle. Now relate these
    • year must be related to the sun forces of the previous year.
    • roots or seeds. In this way you relate the organization of the
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    • are related to the astral organization of the human being. In
    • related to the individual members of his super-sensible being
    • rhythm of the heart), is subject to a rhythm that is related to
    • be regulated from outside. The health of school children of
    • way, and the results will appear only in later life.
    • lecture, if they are related to the working of the cosmos
    • in nature is interrelated, just as everything is interrelated
    • is related reciprocally, and by a simpler classification of
    • introduced into the organism stimulate everything that emerges
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    • correlate of this, the brain activity) — is not dependent
    • regulate the iron content — you regulate the general
    • the nerve-sense system with which it is more closely related.
    • the help of the super-sensible, we can eventually relate what we
    • tract will be stimulated to greater activity. The stomach and
    • especially the intestinal activity will be stimulated by a
    • stimulated to a strong reaction, and we have, to begin with,
    • slight. We must never over-stimulate the organism; whenever it
    • of the astral organism is too weak. We must stimulate the renal
    • stimulate a strong, inner kidney activity, which will be
    • metals that are the substances to regulate the balance between
    • certain salts. But we must really know how to relate the
    • organism is to be regulated. Again, the alkaline salt content
    • treatment here is to stimulate in the digestive tract, and then
    • oils. By doing this we stimulate a renal activity in the
    • that it in turn stimulates the heart-lung activity so that
    • stimulated to unfold the healing process. This is a fact of
    • wishes to be stimulated to unfold the healing process. If the
    • stimulates the healing process. The organism must first
    • trying to understand that the human being is not an isolated
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    • disappeared as latent warmth.
    • nature. And yet how is one process related to the other? It is precisely the
    • example, functioning like an object in which there is latent warmth and
    • from which we free this latent warmth, releasing far too much of this
    • warmth into the environment. So much latent warmth is freed that we no
    • us directly from a normal, though instinctive, more deeply stimulated
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    • entire later life is absurd; he drew forth something from the age of
    • certain childlike quality in later life. Those people who age no
    • into later life something of a positive, creative-childlike element who
    • suppressed, as it were, to a lesser degree of activity so that later
    • thereby from the organization. We have taken memory from its latent
    • transformed with the change of teeth, then in later life we have the
    • illness that occurs in the moments of transition in later life.
    • transformed. If one has learned the origin of illnesses in later life,
    • illness of the human organism during later life, one that goes in the
    • reached this point we are not far from saying that, if the later
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    • formation, there develops what later comes into manifestation in the
    • that take place in the natural order. And because the outer relates
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    • faculties otherwise latent in our being, just as in the course of
    • brain are actually related quite differently to cosmic forces outside
    • the confines of the human being himself? Must we not relate this
    • to relate the human organs to the Cosmos!’ In the way in which
    • ideas are related to the reality just as photographs of a tree,
    • taken from one side only, are related to the tree. I can photograph
    • one took many different photographs all on the same plate. Indeed,
    • different aspects had been taken on one plate.
    • when the forces lying latent in the soul of man are energised by the
    • latest phase in biology pays special devotion — and reach what
    • calculated to make us materialists. The mystery that really underlies
    • of man. As we shall find later on, this marvelous structure of the
    • human brain is not an isolated formation. Through Imagination we
    • embryo, and which are later discarded, as to study the development of
    • period; we bear it within us continually in later life. And we must
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    • it. This would be followed by a study of the kidneys and, later on,
    • postulate the existence of a law within the airy or gaseous organism
    • I mean the physically solid system — is directly related to its
    • related, the gaseous still less directly, and the element of warmth
    • physical organisation as such, so is oxygen related to the
    • functions, however, are secondary. I will return to this later on,
    • organisation with nitrogen. It is, moreover, possible to relate all
    • science, if you will relate the most obvious with the most remote,
    • spring and passes through its yearly cycle. And now relate the
    • be an element belonging to the present year must be related to the
    • this way you relate the organisation of man to the surrounding world,
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    • the kidney system, are related to the astral organisation of the
    • related to the different members of his super-sensible being and also
    • rhythm that is related to the other rhythm, proceeding from the head,
    • is related as four to one to the radiation working from above
    • circulation can be regulated from outside. The health of
    • though it be in a mild way, and the results will appear only in later
    • related to the working of the Cosmos outside man.
    • everything in Nature is interrelated, just as everything is
    • interrelated in the human organism, in the intricate way I have
    • in Nature is interrelated, and by a simpler classification of
    • introduced into the organism stimulate all that goes out from the
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    • buoyancy. (I am speaking here entirely of the physical correlate,
    • regulate the iron-content — we are thereby regulating the whole
    • which it is more closely related. And so we shall very soon find that
    • the super-sensible, we can eventually relate the outer facts to their
    • activity, will be stimulated by a decoction of flower-petals
    • the action of the kidneys is stimulated to a strong reaction, and we
    • must never be over-stimulated; whenever it is possible to use a
    • alkaline salts, which are well calculated to relieve the nervous
    • activity of the astral organism is too feeble. We must stimulate the
    • which governs the circulation. This will now stimulate a strong,
    • salts, pure metals are the substances which regulate the
    • salts. But we must really know how to relate the devitalising
    • regulated. Again, the alkaline salt content of the plant is least of
    • treatment. The proper course is to stimulate in the digestive tract,
    • blossoms of plants, with the ethereal oils. We attempt to stimulate
    • also we stimulate the activity of the kidneys and thereby help the
    • related to one another. And if, as a consequence of what I have
    • stimulates the activity of heart and lungs so that material is again
    • stimulated to unfold the healing process. This is a fact of supreme
    • stimulated to unfold the healing process. If the healing is to be
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    • later and very latest history of the evolution of the human race, we
    • which they do not dare to formulate maxims or give expression to
    • in later times also knows the meaning of a word which occurs
    • that, on the contrary, as ideology it has desolated the souls of men.
    • We think and legislate for the economic life of the nation from a
    • If we contemplate life
    • of this tendency, which we have seen especially of late, has been to
    • is expressed by the price. We shall have more to say later about
    • taken place of late. We read in the literature of political economy
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    • socialist. thinkers have acquired certain isolated facts of knowledge
    • and it is interesting to see how those isolated facts already have
    • the views of socialist thinkers, the people who regulate this
    • consumption, and wish to regulate also the production of the goods to
    • War. Now if one calculates the amount of economic energy and power
    • As a matter of fact, it has done so of late in many cases. The
    • followers when he calculated that the workman produces a profit and
    • altogether regulated by capitalism; that certain products create
    • remain to be regulated by the economic system only the valuation of
    • be regulated in the economic process; it will be banished from it.
    • strange to relate, income tax comes to be transformed into a tax on
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    • running through all the sentiments of the later socialist thinkers is
    • the years of discretion. All such things as are related to the
    • considered is the making of laws which shall regulate the rights of
    • years of age; it cannot be said that such an action is isolated. His
    • establishing public law on democratic lines. These things are related
    • later times before the advancing economic flood. For a social
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    • Of late years, much
    • science stimulates the belief that the views of society, of which we
    • especially of late! I know well that in giving the following little
    • of the most complete lack of understanding of the later schools of
    • isolated, very commendable efforts of recent years, the chief
    • scene lying before me, as I stand on a mountain side and contemplate
    • cultural untruth to tell them about the luxury art of the later
    • not translated [yes it is, e.Ed.]. Anthroposophic
    • the central organ, is the sensory nerves, which are stimulated by
    • theologians of the later centuries, especially of the nineteenth. How
    • of late on the subject of instruction through observation and, within
    • the child learnt is renewed at every later epoch of life.
    • mysteries of human nature. It uses the capacities for movement latent
    • of disease. Millions have died in the effort to annihilate, to
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    • been considered a strict unity. (a) All that related to law,
    • modern technical science and the later capitalism. Only within the
    • inheritance. And again he proposes to regulate all these things by
    • possible to accumulate capital, provision must be made for capital to
    • means of production is circulated within the community; this
    • concerned with all that the individual man has to regulate with other
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    • inasmuch as it might possibly be said that these are isolated ideas
    • related to the price paid here for bread or coal, will recognize the
    • one another to pieces! (Twenty-six years later — 1945 —
    • international impulses in late years. Also, when we speak of the
    • in the human soul, which are related just as the north and south
    • poles of a magnetic compass are related to one another. These two
    • be credited to the noblest human virtues. If we contemplate maternal
    • comparable to the feeling we acquire when we contemplate the beauties
    • is understood that production can only be regulated in a social
    • will be there who will make it their task to regulate production in
    • the field itself would have been annihilated.) What is there that is
    • we can calculate how far the claims of the various elements, Greeks,
    • composition of the sentences, calculated to call forth feelings of he
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    • therefore, now relate the most essential thing on which it all
    • of real importance. I have often related, as an amusing example, the
    • all, with small isolated regions as if they were complete social
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    • costs so much. Fifteen years later the same house may perhaps cost six
    • accumulated Capital. On the other side it is said: No, the only thing
    • by which, on the other hand, it is regulated — Nature on the one
    • those values which are translated into Capital: here we see Labour
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    • closely later on: for the moment I will but indicate what should be
    • the first lecture, in former epochs — nay, even as late as the
    • relate themselves to extra-human powers, there arose more and more the
    • course, all of them, have to be considered again later.
    • it was coined very late. We need not dwell overmuch on this external
    • in fact related to one another as pole to pole. And we may put it as
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    • cheapened becomes effective. Nevertheless, sooner or later it will
    • — it is essential for something to be there which is related as
    • inwardly. True, in ordinary science we also contemplate processes, we
    • from outside and that is of no avail in Economics. To contemplate the
    • economic process as the chemist contemplates his processes, from
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    • here; this will only come into question at a later stage.
    • — that is to say, their consumption is not properly regulated.
    • accumulated. It is a matter of sheer necessity for the Capital to be
    • world. That which will rightly regulate the economic process, at this
    • formation of Capital if it is too intense and to stimulate it if it is
    • You create something real if you regulate the Labour — that is to
    • work. To try to regulate these things bureaucratically, through the
    • State, would be the worst form of tyranny; but to regulate it by free
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    • disturbing way, if one does not rightly relate the one thing with the
    • which proceed from spirit have not been stimulated to any unusual
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    • instead, he takes money for it, so that he may supply his needs later
    • connected with price-formation accumulate. The more varied are the
    • seen, gives rise to elaborated Nature, organised or articulated
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    • many others besides Adam Smith) that prices regulate themselves of
    • inevitably follow that the producers will regulate matters so as not
    • “ownership” at a later stage; at present I will express
    • economic process but as a mere isolated measure, an economic calamity
    • general, but that you should know how the products circulate in the
    • know that, you do not thereby know how they circulate in the Lugano
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    • In the first place, everything that circulates within the total
    • outwardly or buy them from outside, but lets them circulate within the
    • Trade Capital to accumulate. And that is impossible without
    • example, that they began to colonise. We shall see later what
    • merely to enlarge themselves by acquiring colonies. Isolated people
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    • and then at a later stage the active entry of the Spirit gives them
    • assimilates the foodstuffs that come into it. If I may draw your
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    • earlier stages continue to exist side by side with the later.
    • be, so to speak, articulated once more in distinct members [wiederum
    • * The German “Volkswirtschaft,” here translated
    • exchange is regulated in many different ways. The regulation hovers
    • with another. We can draw up a statement. We can calculate how much
    • may ask: How are these changes related to another factor, by which it
    • you have the transformation of accumulated Capital into gift-Capital
    • great question. I will formulate it once more: What form of payment
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    • Yesterday we formulated a very important question which came to the
    • an objective sense. The economic question nowadays cannot be isolated
    • not merely oscillate, like peas, between the function of being
    • them wild, taking no pains to tame them. But we let money circulate
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    • assimilated to the natural in that facile way. If I complete a
    • to relate them, for we may say: If the value in the one case equals
    • actually does it himself. While what is related to the product on the
    • that is in any way related to Nature, to the soil, the land; while the
    • other is related to the Spirit. Between these two there is a third.
    • regulated backward and forward movement, so in industry bodily work
    • first-rate people. They will be able to stimulate all manner of
    • related to spiritual production — until this problem, which has
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    • up is a particularly pregnant one. You must relate yourself to
    • which it can be most suitably expressed. This will relate the economic
    • somewhere, populated solely by newborn children (looked after by
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • Zarathustra of whom history tells; he lived later. The Zarathustra I
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • Sun. The only remnant of this knowledge that has been left for later
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • became more and more estranged from the cosmic life. In the later
    • the time of one of the later Crusades there was living in a monastery
    • course after what I have called the Cosmic Midnight. It is this later
    • into such connections as we have been considering can stimulate
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • subject for today will relate in a wider way to many of the spiritual
    • a new life on Earth. In today's lecture I shall relate these things
    • of human beings. Even as late as the 12th or 13th century A.D., souls
    • realize that even as late as the 12th and 13th centuries there were
    • life of Angels in my head”; and then in later times: “I
    • [Philosophie der Freiheit, 1894. The later English editions have been
    • kind enough to translate, I will then go on.
    • will now relate some characteristic features of the real intercourse
    • time after death. Then, at a later stage, they understand a language
    • receive from them has first to be re-translated into an earthly
    • Initiation, able to relate such things as you have heard today of the
    • related to one another none the less, but the relationship is
    • here is related to the spiritual world. These are the things which I
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • which may come half an hour after falling asleep, or rather later,
    • related to the Earth with his physical and etheric bodies, so
    • related to the Cosmos. And when he has come away from his physical
    • related as these are to the secrets of birth and death, show
    • spirals carry the forces whereby the Cosmos fosters and regulates
    • for a moment those experiences I related to you, where man comes into
    • of the Godhead. If we would relate this experience of the soul to the
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
    • later times, man took the evolution of the Earth as his
    • as we find related in many a Greek myth, where the account of
    • body, while on the other hand for the initiates of a somewhat later
    • isolated thing, which we denote with a word we call a noun. The words
    • generation who know how to relate themselves rightly, — on
    • stimulate anew in our hearts and souls that stronger kind of
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • as we relate ourselves to the starry spheres through which we pass,
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • process of generation cannot however be regular or regulated by
    • will, for instance, regulate the instincts connected with eating and
    • being regulated by Jahve from outside and beyond the Earth, is
    • said to live in a mood that oscillates between jubilation and
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    • Formerly published privately for members. Translated from the German
    • being, all along the way from birth till death, accumulated by way of
    • centuries later.
    • lately living among them and within them. While preparing the human
    • we can understand only if we first know what has just been related —
    • information accumulated in the last few centuries? It lives as
    • regulate the historic destinies of mankind, it also is signifying
    • shall prepare for a yet later time, to tell the character of which
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    • Zarathustra of whom history tells; he lived later. The Zarathustra I
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • Sun. The only remnant of this knowledge that has been left for later
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • became more and more estranged from the cosmic life. In the later
    • the time of one of the later Crusades there was living in a monastery
    • course after what I have called the Cosmic Midnight. It is this later
    • into such connections as we have been considering can stimulate
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    • subject for today will relate in a wider way to many of the spiritual
    • a new life on Earth. In today's lecture I shall relate these things
    • of human beings. Even as late as the 12th or 13th century A.D., souls
    • realize that even as late as the 12th and 13th centuries there were
    • life of Angels in my head”; and then in later times: “I
    • [Philosophie der Freiheit, 1894. The later English editions have been
    • kind enough to translate, I will then go on.
    • will now relate some characteristic features of the real intercourse
    • time after death. Then, at a later stage, they understand a language
    • receive from them has first to be re-translated into an earthly
    • Initiation, able to relate such things as you have heard today of the
    • related to one another none the less, but the relationship is
    • here is related to the spiritual world. These are the things which I
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    • which may come half an hour after falling asleep, or rather later,
    • related to the Earth with his physical and etheric bodies, so
    • related to the Cosmos. And when he has come away from his physical
    • related as these are to the secrets of birth and death, show
    • spirals carry the forces whereby the Cosmos fosters and regulates
    • for a moment those experiences I related to you, where man comes into
    • of the Godhead. If we would relate this experience of the soul to the
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
    • later times, man took the evolution of the Earth as his
    • as we find related in many a Greek myth, where the account of
    • body, while on the other hand for the initiates of a somewhat later
    • isolated thing, which we denote with a word we call a noun. The words
    • generation who know how to relate themselves rightly, — on
    • stimulate anew in our hearts and souls that stronger kind of
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    • as we relate ourselves to the starry spheres through which we pass,
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    • process of generation cannot however be regular or regulated by
    • will, for instance, regulate the instincts connected with eating and
    • being regulated by Jahve from outside and beyond the Earth, is
    • said to live in a mood that oscillates between jubilation and
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    • being, all along the way from birth till death, accumulated by way of
    • centuries later.
    • lately living among them and within them. While preparing the human
    • we can understand only if we first know what has just been related —
    • information accumulated in the last few centuries? It lives as
    • regulate the historic destinies of mankind, it also is signifying
    • shall prepare for a yet later time, to tell the character of which
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • experiencing in later earthly lives the fruits of previous lives, we
    • clairvoyant; later, the consciousness of becoming an I grew ever more
    • assurance of it was less strong in this later time than it had been
    • Accordingly, we must calculate that, in the sense in which we first
    • have become withered, desolate, and depraved. To be sure, they would
    • to appear relatively soon now in isolated souls. They will become
    • a great misfortune, and humanity would then have to wait until later
    • this event, prepares them to relate themselves in the right way to
    • preparing His way, he has also assumed the mission of helping later
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • produced the Vedas arose in much later times as a weak echo of that
    • yet arranged visibly in the same way as they were in later periods.
    • used; this was later called the Golden Age.
    • they had been. This period was originally called Treta Yuga, later
    • Treta Yuga by the wisdom that knows about such things. Later on, it
    • I-consciousness. This age began at a comparatively late date, about
    • civilization. Dvapara Yuga coincides in turn with later epochs of
    • evolution of the earth. Many persons who merely speculate or who
    • tales were related in Rome concerning it.
    • the versions that circulated in Rome even a century after
    • the Baptist, quoted later by Christ: “Change the disposition of
    • translate it correctly, “even unto the end of the earth eons.”
    • Christ will later appear to humanity in many forms. The
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • those who could still, even in much later times, leave their physical
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • to relate it to the other cosmic fact just characterized: it is not
    • have a portion of a later Jupiter that was born much too early and is
    • more out of passion, out of feeling, is related to the dry,
    • of the moon related to the cometary phenomenon that projects
    • stiff, resistant, and more difficult to manipulate than the feminine
    • we wish to shed some light on one main influence related to human
    • whole such that they stimulate, as it were, the feminine principle in
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • so that he increasingly conceives this God as being related to the
    • mysticism, from Master Eckhart to the later Christian mystics. It
    • triumph and humanity will sink into a materialistic swamp. Isolated
    • convinced of what is related in the Gospels through what he had seen
    • hearing the Gospels but had lived somewhat later, it might have
    • happened that he would simply have experienced at a later time this
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • changed, saying “the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Later
    • later. Man is not yet sufficiently evolved to receive fully the
    • dawning of a knowledge of what an I-God is, a God related to man's
    • itself later in reverse order. The turning point is the appearance of
    • draw from there new forces. Later, other human beings, too, will
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • sooner or later to compensate for this deed. It may happen that a
    • person in whom these faculties are found relates them to a friend who
    • later incarnation will find these thoughts somewhat consoling.
    • beings, however, regulate their social life according to what each
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • the human being is related in entirely opposite ways to these two
    • are related to what thoughts really are as a shadow-image of an
    • for our intellect to be stimulated and energized by this teaching
    • our age there proceeds from him who later will be the Maitreya Buddha
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • dangers related to this matter must be regarded with great concern.
    • in this case that I related a week ago. They are subconscious; they
    • Today I shall show you exactly how certain mysteries that relate to
    • ourselves to life. If later, when we have passed through death, we
    • contain the living as well as the dead, but dead who are related to
    • things. It must be said, though, that it is never entirely too late.
    • conquer it for another being, about which we shall speak later in
    • remove them, to annihilate them. This can be achieved, however, only
    • normal conditions this etheric body is assimilated by the cosmos.
    • I have a tribe of people, a related clan; I have arranged ahead of
    • closely related to the forces of nature than is man. I must emphasize
    • ourselves such concepts as become even more serious when related to
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • for you but of presenting facts that relate to the intentions and
    • because it is related to all that through many centuries has been
    • with concepts that relate him to an undivided guidance, because only
    • influences upon human souls that could also be regulated by nature —
    • the impulses of the physical plane. This relates also to things that
    • colonists settled there from the same realm in Asia from which later
    • same region, although later; he was born, of course, only in the
    • milieu, out of the whole spiritual substance from which later the
    • Europe. This was prepared far in advance. The countrymen of the later
    • periods, which he calculated according to physiology; men in these
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • said that all that is needed to begin with is to circulate to a broad
    • allow themselves to be translated into wave motions on machines, how
    • established between these forces dying within man, which are related
    • that regulates within the human being the rhythmical alternation of
    • later take on again concrete, spiritual form.
    • immortality. One speculates about what could be immortal in man. I
    • concrete, and for this reason, these words are translated for the
    • initiates in their respective schools. God is translated as gold, and
    • This relates to the egotistical group exploitation of
    • course, attain through this what is often speculated as being
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    • Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
    • (with certain exceptions that I will mention later), the dead have
    • one is to some degree karmically related. Someone living here who is
    • whom he was especially related who have passed through the portal of
    • their second realm gradually widens. Later (this is always relative:
    • for one it happens sooner, for another later) more distant karmic
    • experiences beyond B. Later it comes about that B becomes a
    • experiences that relate us to the fact that one senses the existence
    • be is related to the other human souls as I have described it; he
    • Consider some extreme cases, however. I will relate just one to you,
    • thousands. One could relate thousands of such cases, countless
    • I have related to you an extreme case, but our lives are
    • clarity when some extreme incident occurs such as I have just related
    • to point out today. This is something that is intimately related to
    • circulated in the world, tales of a character that one wonders how
    • may relate quite frankly and fully everything that has been said or
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    • its people depends on this. For warmth is so intimately related to
    • warmth. The other ways of working are not so closely related. Will is
    • not in the same way related to electricity, the salt-process is not
    • so closely related to the metabolism of the head, or the other
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    • contemplates certain points in our present age, then he perceives at
    • Contemplated from the spirit, the Mystery of Golgotha was as it is in
    • spiritual reality by attempting to calculate reality.
    • the spiritual. The more you calculate the more you shut yourself off
    • picture conceptions. Copernicus brought men to calculate the
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    • among stragglers, as it were as late as the nineteenth century. I do
    • they did not as yet take account. That came much later. It would,
    • still knew, when they contemplated in the Mysteries, whence colours
    • stimulated by the spiritual world, as was the case with Goethe, then
    • matter; but there were others who really knew, even as late as the
    • Indeed we cannot even understand the men of still later times, we
    • stragglers are to be found as late as the eighteenth and even the
    • later times regarded as strange and eccentric people. Only with the
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    • were still seriously followed as late as the end of the eighteenth
    • projected into the later years of life — only then does one
    • too how all that is related to man out in the Cosmos works into him.
    • Earth — how they are organised and how they circulate within
    • later times this mysticism became abstract. The concrete union with
    • Eckhart, of Johannes Tauler and of the later mystics whom I have
    • light of all I have been telling you lately, it will not sound so
    • spirit. It was from such strivings that there arose, later on, what
    • is a late product of a great and mighty striving of mankind, an
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    • experience was now, in later times, directly connected with an
    • piety. What appears later as Rosicrucianism, sound and genuine
    • soul that was cultivated in later times by the so-called “Brothers
    • of the Common Life,” and later still by the followers of
    • telling you, mediumship and all that is related to it was regarded
    • in this or some similar way. But those who had to translate what was
    • spiritual world, the four are able to translate them into ordinary
    • unintelligible pictures, if the four were not able to translate them.
    • And again, the four would have nothing to translate, if the three did
    • anxiety spread later over large circles of people, who came to have
    • character. Later, in Kant, in du Bois-Reymond, you will find
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    • knowledge, showed itself in this later age more in a devotion of
    • that became customary in later Astronomy and is still customary
    • World-Spirit had given the task to rule and regulate the Earth, to
    • here and there as a late straggler, as it were. But speaking
    • concepts. Abstract concepts came later, and they are very far from
    • came later was due to the fact that Man had allowed to awaken within
    • fifteenth, in the sixteenth centuries, and even later, there was a
    • Rosicrucian school, isolated, scarcely known to the world, where over
    • correctly formulated. But he was not able to find any such place.
    • taught much later, say in the seventeenth century. — You will
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    • sort of existence in traditional form and may be found even as late
    • I relate these things to
    • relate to you was however much later, it was in the early decades of
    • for example, Eliphas Levi gives later on, is in reality nothing more
    • late as the nineteenth century, within this little community or
    • in those times written down or printed but were related by word of
    • value to us, were known and understood even as late as the nineteenth
    • rudiments were still taught in later days, even practically. And we
    • known in certain circles, isolated and hermit-like though they were.
    • from such hidden sources, knowledge that was later entirely
    • that exists, the distinction between Form and Substance. In later
    • have said, a trace of it can still be found as late as the nineteenth
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    • “Faustian” endeavour, as it was sometimes called in later
    • that endure. Those secrets, on the other hand, which relate to the
    • in this epoch. They received it into themselves and assimilated it as
    • only man can assimilate it. They enhanced into true Wisdom what for
    • the Gods may translate it into their language and give it back again
    • the Gods. You will get what is related about evolution in my
    • for man, was like an unwritten slate. I shall speak later of the old
    • warmth-like — were an unwritten slate.
    • the old Persian epoch wrote on this slate as much as could be written
    • astral light, just as we, at a later age, read in our own youth
    • relate ourselves to writing in the modern way, we mar our spiritual
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    • secrets. Those secrets, on the other hand, which relate to the
    • assimilated it as only man can assimilate it. They enhanced into true
    • may translate it into their language and give it back again to
    • related about evolution in my
    • an unwritten slate. I shall speak later of the old Indian epoch.
    • were an unwritten slate.
    • the old Persian epoch wrote on this slate as much as could be written
    • in the astral light, just as we, at a later age, read in our own
    • relate ourselves to writing in the modern way, we mar our spiritual
    • forth once more to-day, man, looking back to this abyss, can relate
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    • Let us for the moment confine ourselves to what relates to our own
    • when we can say of another Being that he helps to stimulate the
    • as these forces accumulate in mankind in the coming centuries.
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    • laws, for everything related to external space and time, whereas
    • to contemplate Him?”
    • in order to contemplate Him. It was a clever question, but the only
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    • existing between the soul and the nature-related physical body, into
    • on in his soul, the happenings deep in his soul, were related to
    • realities moving through his soul, felt closely related to the
    • experience, related to deep, inward happenings of the human soul.
    • later stage — it split away. The moon also split away from what
    • verify the fact that it was unknown then, for I found it much later
    • only its sleep experiences but also all those experiences related to
    • related to and united with the whole universe. One possibility of
    • spiritually over the sleeping body. And the human ego is related to
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    • then later, when the child is older, with the explanation of it. I
    • finished his meal the plate was covered with buzzing flies. He struck
    • the plate once or twice with his hand, counting how many he had
    • killed, and found it amounted to a hundred. So he got a slate from
    • blow!” And having hung the slate on his back he went his way.
    • what that is I shall tell you later.” “Very well,”
    • slate.” Then the apprentice said: “Certainly I will do
    • he went to the king and related how he had slain one giant after the
    • glass king related how it had all come about:
    • beings around us who bring wisdom into everything, who regulate
    • related to me.” Therefore the idea of “sisters”
    • form behind it related to our own intellectual soul, we will perceive
    • us, to whom we are related, for they have allowed a force to become
    • “What I have seen and related happened once upon a time, and is
    • tale should be related. If you always begin and end this way, you
    • lily. Delicate, significant spiritual forces are indeed latent in the
    • conclusion, I should like to relate another fairy tale for you to
    • someone who relates what he has seen in the astral world as his own
    • even tenth hand, so that they encountered them in a very mutilated
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    • We must however especially contemplate what took place during
    • Mysteries. When we contemplate all this, these things — the three
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    • are related to himself. If we did not hold our body together by forces
    • Beings in the Moon — belonged really to a later period. The
    • later times. Moreover his religious beliefs depended on this unfolding
    • later than he did. Now if the two had not seen one another for some
    • alongside of the Moon forces, and the Moon forces work on into a later
    • methods is vague and void, save in so far as it be related to
    • calculate when is the first Sunday after the first full Moon after the
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    • Thus the facts related to the standpoint of the Moon were taken as the
    • things that relate to the secret of the Moon.
    • times transformed into a cosmic Festival. In later times men no longer
    • transmitted to the later, increasingly materialistic consciousness. In
    • namely for the Sun and Moon Initiation. And this later process
    • In later days man was no longer able to penetrate the living reality
    • to experience how man is related to the Cosmos.
    • Springtime peoples there were other Mysteries related to what I have
    • truly related how they journeyed from place to place, from one Mystery
    • Initiates of ancient times it is again and again related how they
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    • it is latent in their souls.
    • carry with them experiences of former epochs into later ones. The
    • was calculated to enable man to experience and enter into the
    • to be calculated mechanically, mathematically, namely when they become
    • was only in later times, throughout the Middle Ages, that it evolved
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    • has not been translated into English.] The second —
    • hast conquered, O Galilean!” [See notes later in lecture
    • been violated as seriously as the maker of gods had violated it by
    • And here I must interpolate an episode narrated by Gutzkow; he
    • interpolates it in a slightly different place in the story, but what
    • I have had to interpolate this in order to make what comes later more
    • madness he had made all kinds of figures which violated the canon in
    • was published in 1875. A later translation with a preface by G. K.
    • translated into French and show with what wonderful simplicity the
    • child is describing how he looks into the spiritual world, he relates
    • brilliantly described. The scenes that have been translated into
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    • that those who are not willing to assimilate in a new way the
    • epoch, when it was still possible for men to regulate the stream of
    • knowledge! — or again, so to regulate heredity that qualities
    • one begins to reflect about the perceptions, to speculate about them
    • case of Petrarch it was different, 1 century later, in the 14th
    • should carry over something to later incarnations? I live in this
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    • translated (when this series was published, e.Ed.)]
    • recited today. These poems can be related to an age already
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    • This the ego can learn only because it is related to the planets, to
    • Later,
    • impulses for the seasonal festivals. Later on, man would experience
    • cultural period, dwindled greatly. Though astrology still calculated
    • somebody demanded that we speculate philosophically about the connection
    • between a watch and the hand that seizes it. He did not speculate about
    • what was obvious. He knew instinctively how to relate his thoughts to
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    • beef when it rests on the plate, when it touches the tongue, when it
    • if we study the way the soul is related to the cosmos can we understand
    • if we descend to the mouth, we find that it is related to the third
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    • which illustrate the different ways in which the human soul is related
    • plant colors in the right way when they stimulate us to see in nature
    • annihilate wealth. For we do not, on leaving three-dimensional space, enter
    • space which is two-dimensional, because the fourth dimension annihilates
    • are stimulated. For true art is an expression of man's search for a
    • related than to his natural surroundings, or the spiritual as manifested
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    • later, in romanticism is all the more characteristic when considered
    • later years Ludwig Tieck created the poetic work:
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    • from those now being investigated and calculated with so-called
    • ancient times man — unlike the free man of a later age — did
    • the planets; relate the deeds of earthly heroes, Agamemnon, Achilles,
    • If a philosopher speculates today about unity and doubleness, monism
    • Stifter's grandmother, which made him a poet, is related to a dry
    • the moment, which seizes the moment for the eternal, is related to any
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    • (das Schoene) is related to shining (das Scheinende). The
    • of the painter. Seizing what passes in a moment, he relates it to the
    • with what I have just described. For I have translated the artistic
    • (virtue, in German) is related to taugen (to be fit, in German).
    • to walk through a picture or sculpture gallery where completely unrelated
    • something for church or home to an isolated phenomenon. If we paint
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    • of nature and its creatures. We translate natural laws into thoughts.
    • color is closely related to light. If we wake in pitch darkness, we
    • in darkness, in what is related to black, we feel strange in the world.
    • way Anthroposophy stimulates creation; instead of weaning us away from
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    • we contemplate white in an artistic way, we have the soul image of the
    • we relate the individual tone to harmony or melody in order that, together
    • as compared with man's later shape, quite unformed. In the shaping of
    • of an arm in childhood is the same force which works in us later, in
    • artist (to use Schiller's later word for him), in a form which can be
    • manipulate their speech organism. But the right method is to bring order
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    • what the result will be, forty or fifty years later, of our
    • Then later, when the child has passed through the change of teeth and
    • That is to say, your teaching must not be made up of isolated units,
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    • related to this outburst of anger.
    • Kindergarten methods weaklings in body and soul are bred for later
    • eat something sweet or sour you perceive it on the tongue and palate,
    • further in his will organs at a later age.
    • plate, or straight into his mouth as the case may be.
    • you are specially desirous of having formulated axioms, then take
    • will object that the children then learn to read and write too late.
    • today are really not suited to the human being till a later age, in
    • for the later years of life. A child who cannot write properly at
    • could not do it at that age) is not so hindered for later spiritual
    • the remaining parts impassive should be taught as late as possible.
    • movement, and later on the single parts.
    • it is to survey the whole; though I shall later indicate certain ways
    • everything that we teach him) then later he will have to suffer the
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    • the plant and animal kingdoms. Other subjects I shall speak of later.
    • reality that they look at everything in a disintegrated, isolated
    • plants, and this plant world appears to him as related to the
    • the possible kinds of animals on the earth. How are they related to
    • though each animal existed in an isolated way, but so that you always
    • before you. We can speak of the details later if we have time. But
    • related to man, but that man has something that reaches out beyond
    • examine it by itself, nor will he examine animals in an isolated way,
    • to show the child how he is related to the animal world, he will see
    • teaching of cause and effect until later on, towards the twelfth
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    • Importance of imaginative stories which can be recalled in later
    • basis of wisdom for later life. Simple colour exercises. A Waldorf
    • — these children I shall only meet in later years, again
    • can come back to in later years and make use of to arouse certain
    • seventh and eighth years, and later, perhaps in the fourteenth and
    • pictures which the story contains; why that is I will describe later.
    • has just been related.
    • authority (how this is to be acquired I shall speak of later), then
    • create an atmosphere in which a story like this is not merely related
    • of things in the story which you can come back to later. The violet
    • You need not yet explain this to the little child, but later when you
    • other. Later on then you can come back to this. The chief feature of
    • and later on the kind loving words of advice uttered by the lamb. And
    • be spoken of later in connection with this or that lesson, can be
    • in the later school years.
    • Religion lessons too, which will only come later on, how well this
    • What a beautiful analogy one can draw later on by showing how the
    • “thought-tired” later on. But if, on the other hand, he
    • carrying out, and which need to be thought over first, then later on
    • later that require a regular weekly timetable. But, as a rule, in the
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    • out of its parts; this arose later. The master-builder built much
    • introduced into civilisation later on. This conception then led to
    • and said: “Please be sure you translate the word
    • desiccation and sclerosis. (We shall later have to speak of the
    • and the rest of his organism, then later on the limbs lose their
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    • impulse to make forms that are related to the inner human organism.
    • circulated. That is inner music. To begin with, in the first seven
    • feelings are related to them. Everything should be derived from the
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    • later years. See Rudolf Steiner: The
    • simply to be added together, but were to be related to life. This was
    • a theory in this age which, though postulated by men who are
    • but walk away from the sound, then you hear it later. The quicker you
    • walk away the later you get the impression of the sound. If you do
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    • as related to real life. Decimal system as an intellectual abstraction.
    • the telling of legends and myths we simply relate what things do
    • the Religion lessons, going on later to the Old Testament. Up to this
    • and only much later, between the twelfth and thirteenth years, we
    • Christmas mood. Later, in the Religion lessons, on the basis of this
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    • isolated individuals able to perceive that there was something beyond
    • something new to medical thought, by their attempts to formulate
    • the result of such differentiation. Later on the view gradually
    • in this introduction, the first elements; we shall later on proceed to
    • formed out of assimilated material, that is, it is a result of the
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    • each force before reaching the point of interplay accumulates in the
    • system later. But linked up with and belonging to the respiratory
    • and proceed in harmony with it. This will provide us later on with the
    • relates the whole of the upper processes to the whole of the lower.
    • Metabolism; and we shall learn later on that the name is not
    • the upper processes are over-stimulated; they cease, as it were,
    • necessary to stimulate coughing by artificial means. If the lower
    • interaction with one another, the excretory process accumulates and
    • cases, having stimulated coughing and pains in the throat, for
    • necessary to stimulate diarrhœtic action, following the provoked
    • fatigue have to be stimulated in the treatment of tuberculosis, they
    • a diet which activates the digestion. (We shall deal later with the
    • This comprehensive image will enable us to stimulate the course of
    • later on.
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    • see: as soon as one gets down to the facts, one must postulate
    • bulk of the mutilated organism replaces the amputated portion by
    • drawn out of matter. So, when I contemplate the lower organisms, I
    • resembling primitive forms, even in its later developments; and yet of
    • I will interpolate here a suggestion rather outside the subject we are
    • that we term disease, (I shall deal with this in more detail later) to
    • touch on today and explain more fully later.
    • this is only a hint which will be made clearer in later lectures. But
    • to mankind, but if we postulate a starting point in the center, as it
    • interrelated — but not identical — with that which manifests as
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    • so isolated regarding their sickness, as appears to be the case today.
    • But in actual fact, individual patients are not so isolated. The fact
    • accumulate their excretions, retain them for a while within their
    • human intestines — and, as we shall see later, also the microscopic
    • This is equally true of the fauna. It is impossible to correlate the
    • sunlight, in order to regulate his disordered interrelation to the
    • accumulate and retain excretions, this would be a disease which would
    • Here I should like to interpolate a comment. We human creatures would
    • special consideration later on. But I would add the following
    • merely indicate this today, but treat it in detail later) through the
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    • treatment We must collect and collate very exact records concerning
    • all factors related to dentition, whether there was any early tendency
    • later life, and so forth. As we shall see during the next lectures,
    • organisation. And if the physician who has to treat an isolated case
    • bodily constitution is concerned. Later on we shall discuss also the
    • world. In Spiritual Science this relationship is often formulated in
    • explain more fully later, different methods of treatment are arranged
    • details for later addresses. Strictly speaking, in the light of the
    • latest attribute of special importance in the evolution of our planet,
    • disturbances that have been recognised as such. Later on we shall see
    • Here I must interpolate a comment which may be of use to those who
    • disease (we shall deal with particular diseases later) in which there
    • phosphorus can be used for healing purposes, in the form of related
    • calculated to bring about a balance between the activities for which
    • fashion, by wandering on the Earth's surface to contemplate one plant
    • regarding the earth as its mother-ground is closely related to
    • related to the organs of the hypogastrium and all those organs
    • Mankind is actually related, in a certain way, to all that he has shed
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    • afflictions seem so closely related if the human individual is viewed
    • between the knowledge accumulated of old and that which we are now
    • copper, silver or mercury, must be related to everything connected
    • to isolate the fire-bearing, light-bearing parts, then to try to
    • details later on. Thus we shall either have to seek for the
    • anew in the light of our later knowledge. They thought as follows:
    • investigate anew in the light of our later knowledge. They thought as
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    • mainly to space, but we must relate space to time. For man must be
    • medicine contemplate human life and constitution as a whole from birth
    • It will be easier for us to translate thus after having proceeded
    • later on it can really work with the supple and plastic organic
    • will be necessary to reinforce and stimulate the whole range of the
    • polarised. In youth he is under other influences than he is later on.
    • Jupiter, Saturn and Mars, and in later life the inner planets, Venus,
    • thus on man, they also provoke opposite reactions later on, so that
    • the life of man, if we cannot relate it to some process necessarily at
    • it is the antithesis of hydrocephaly. As young children, we oscillate
    • appears later on.
    • later with the therapeutic aspect.) Ignoring this time factor, we may
    • disease in later life. The search for microbes is not really helpful
    • childhood against the forces that later on may manifest in the various
    • effects related to these in childhood.
    • later years; they may recur later on, but do so in their polar form.
    • installation of the astral body, and later that of the ego itself.
    • are now concerned. You will be able to postulate that certain forces
    • isolated part of man, and least of all in the cell — please note
    • As we have seen, this process moves towards the lungs in later life,
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    • know how closely related they are; and you will also realise the
    • and taste the etheric element which is external yet related to man, we
    • (spiritual) capacities of man and the regulated or non-regulated
    • larynx into the head, we must see something related to the tendency to
    • guide us, and to help us rightly to combine our isolated attainments
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    • outside. If we contemplate the forms of visible things we have before
    • man: man is related to Saturn, Jupiter, etc.; but the relations are
    • practice mainly regulates the spontaneous movements permeated with
    • correlated to the world outside. A proof of this is the dependence of
    • which should be limited to tongue and palate, whether the sensations
    • derived from the ashes of plants, are closely related to the siliceous
    • to deal with this in later discussions. In all such cases we must
    • later on. Here I would only remind you of the interrelationship,
    • related to all the metallic group comprising lead, tin and iron and
    • thus related for reasons already indicated in previous lectures.
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    • salts, are drawn by natural affinity into the organs related to the
    • as extracts, are related to the digestive tract; and that the
    • in parvo. It tends, through its siliceous content, to stimulate the
    • stimulated by the silicates — the wild strawberry itself prepares the
    • moment, leave the animal world for later consideration. It is clear
    • proper at a later date than the vegetable and therefore it is obvious
    • case the human organism is much more stimulated and requires greater
    • mineral substances, which are to be assimilated and overcome, are
    • interpolate here the emphatic statement that I am not making
    • the animal performs for us, after it has eaten and assimilated plants,
    • of the case. If people eat cooked and prepared food, and assimilate
    • constructed, that in our periphery we are interrelated with the whole
    • individual he is related to all earthly things. Through this earthly
    • more and more as an isolated subject, and without reference to
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    • later on or under exposure to light. The reaction provoked has thus
    • carbon content regulates the oxygen content of the atmospheric
    • related organs situated above the kidneys. We approach the renal
    • stimulate and promote the whole kidney process with higher potencies
    • it regulates the process leading to blood formation. Consider these
    • in arable soil and all related processes.
    • interior of man than that related to the chemical forces and the
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    • within us. We shall later on deal with these matters in greater
    • previously latent sicknesses to which the individual organism has a
    • These latent morbid trends are uncovered, as it were, when the patient
    • annihilates in an intimate way the effects of the other. It is strange
    • to choose the spot of application so as to stimulate counteraction
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    • shall deal with them presently — which have power to stimulate the
    • be necessary to simulate through the forces of nature, the removal of
    • certain amount of coffee will stimulate the organism, so that it
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    • later on. Only in those who retain in later life a vivid imagination
    • bath fluid, but in extremely high dilution — for this stimulates the
    • will deal with this later.
    • If you attempt to stimulate the peripheral areas in man, you will
    • of the rosemary. This solution stimulates the periphery to such a
    • ego to penetrate this isolated part in our organism. There is very
    • postponed till too late. If the skin of the head is exposed to the
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    • Later on perhaps we may consider our human instruments of thought in
    • to control the necessary natural process which regulates the excretion
    • contemplate Betula alba from this angle, we may conclude that if we
    • were, interpolated an intermediate rhythm, brought about by the
    • essentially rhythmic, coordinate and mutually regulate themselves. The
    • spleen's activity is interpolated between the rhythmic and the
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    • regulates and benefits the instinctive activities in mankind. In a
    • of the unconscious will is the spleen. If we stimulate the spleen and
    • but above all it influences and regulates rhythm in man. The
    • over-stimulated nervous apparatus, that is to say, you lower its
    • the main factor rather than the colors themselves. The isolated
    • water and you will stimulate forces in the lower abdomen, which will
    • suggestion. “If you wash your head you stimulate forces in the lower
    • abdomen, which regulate evacuation.” Such rules are illuminating for
    • and evident in later life. Thus, in childhood certain organs; — as I
    • childhood; but in later life they can no longer be acquired. They are
    • naturally subtle organisations) which should normally remain latent
    • till the later age are called into activity during childhood, then the
    • tend to accumulate and conserve what should only be unfolded as an
    • as isolated impulses of the soul. Had they kept pace with man's whole
    • organic development, had they not remained isolated impulses, they
    • would not take possession, at a later stage, of the organs which are
    • the soul's isolated impulses work upon organs which are no longer
    • man has actually a twofold task, one related to an orientation to
    • indicates that man is stimulated to self-defence against dullness
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    • summarise some things calculated to throw light on the whole of what
    • too late for the prophylactic treatment necessary to dental formation.
    • bear fruit later in the early destruction of the teeth; of course
    • somewhat beside the mark to speculate about the precise manner of its
    • possible — of course if it has not been started too late — by means
    • treatment is still practicable — is related to all the
    • of diet which are, however, closely related to our present theme.
    • into the opposite in later periods; but that these effects in the
    • other, the formation of isolated “soul provinces” which at a later
    • is to say the temperamental tendency appropriate to a much later stage
    • dental condition, in later years as well. We shall deal further with
    • organism as stimulate it to an awakening, instead of lulling into
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    • origins of pathological conditions. Of late there has been a cumulative
    • and there must be a regulated rhythm for each human individuality
    • primary. We shall discuss this later, for it is only possible to speak
    • intellectual part behaves and how it strives towards the later age. We
    • only have to consider, e.g., how somebody may be doomed in later life
    • later states of our university education, it is possible (by means of
    • persons the respiratory rhythm is very well regulated and so also is
    • others of which we shall treat later. If this lower rhythm is working
    • the two, must differ widely from that of later life; e.g., during
    • later stage, by the working of warmth. One might say that during the
    • mercurial process and later life and old age, in the relation referred
    • life to the mercurial, and in later life to the sulphuric or
    • significance for the whole constitution of the soul in later life. We
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    • to regulate. Just as the horizontal position of the arms of a balance
    • side or the other, so that the law is difficult to regulate — so is
    • by superficial consideration. The blood does not coagulate properly,
    • coagulates. For coagulation of the blood is caused by forces working
    • conscious will of mankind. That is the latest precipitation to emerge
    • outwards which is regulated while within him. It is these antimonial
    • the consistency of the bloodstream shows a tendency to coagulate the
    • are thus stimulated, and there is nothing left for co-operation with
    • soul to regulate his rhythmic processes, then coffee can bring about a
    • promote and stimulate all that leads in man to typhoid manifestations.
    • regulated and thus react beneficially on the typhlitic tendency.
    • something with an urge to contemplate the world from the same point of
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    • first, the dissolving process stimulates the liver's activity, and
    • In this connection I want once more briefly, to recapitulate the
    • thuya, are in their turn regulated by the forces of silver.
    • forces of copper, are regulated and balanced by copper's opponent:
    • conditions which cover greater spaces of time and are related to man's
    • correlate these results with the effects of antimony within the human
    • recapitulated, to know where best to begin. But now, my friends, that
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    • something to say about them later on, because for anyone who sets out
    • up to the change of teeth simply continue into later life; whereas
    • the fourteenth year, if the human being were to go on into later life
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    • Judgement. Case described of a genius who in a later incarnation
    • his tragedies, which stimulate fear and compassion in the spectators
    • why are they so effective on the stage? Because they appeal to latent
    • application — we must observe how thinking is related in its
    • applied fanatically; you have to let them percolate into life, in
    • itself out — regulates itself, as it were, in a curious way. A
    • liver-stomach feeling. The child oscillates continually between the
    • a later time. If we are not satisfied for this to remain merely a
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    • correlate — namely, the vibration of the air. The movements in
    • spoken of in ancient spiritual knowledge and even as late as the 12th
    • in the brain. But we know how the parts of the brain are related to
    • nearly related to the phenomena of ordinary giddiness. In many
    • carefully regulated breathing exercises are not bad, in order to
    • is often the cause in later life — only, people do not know it
    • speaking of it later. Today I want only to show you how the things we
    • have been saying. Later on, we shall show you some kleptomaniacs.
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    • justified in asking the question — we do not formulate it in so
    • which, occurring in childhood, lead to epileptic and related
    • will always find also the physical correlate of secretion; even where
    • later. When a human being is affected with this condition in
    • been stimulated by an inner condition of soul, the sweating would be
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    • two conditions related to lack or excess of sulphur in the albumen.
    • children in a rather undefined form, developing only later in a more
    • definite manner. I was able to show you, for instance, how what later
    • greater intensity, and in later life the patient will suffer from the
    • as you know, nearly related — do not depend so much on
    • tender years of childhood, lest later on they become the pet victims
    • thunder, who shouts loud enough to make the walls fall down. Later
    • world around you. (Here Dr. Steiner related a fact that he had
    • subjects later on for the Psycho-Analyst, it would be far better if
    • stimulate the corresponding astrality of the metabolic system, but
    • system; this will stimulate also his whole spiritual nature. Let such
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    • afterwards with a kind of faintness, followed later by fever. He was
    • too as a child was very late in his development, and the second
    • substance is accumulated in too great measure, both here in the lower
    • this is also connected the lateness of the second dentition. In order
    • that he should attain comparatively late those faculties which depend
    • late, namely, in learning to speak and to walk. What would have been
    • contemplate! With the exception of his mother, who took the matter
    • among other things, hydrocephalic. I stipulated that he should be
    • later in life to some machine that people were trying to invent,
    • have to do with things to stimulate the children's interest and
    • is stimulated as much as ever possible, and that the boy himself
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    • imagination to be stimulated by giving him "unfinished"
    • of the case. The mother says that the child was born four weeks late.
    • sometimes had to jump a great deal. Later on, she had a fall. At the
    • to the fourth year he could only stammer out isolated words. Then he
    • information namely, that the child was born four weeks late. If this
    • late in learning to speak. And then, as I told you, the very first
    • regulated by a strong astral body and ego. In this child the astral
    • this way, first forwards and then backwards, they help to regulate
    • feature. We will say more about that later. As a matter of fact, it
    • then for a while very frequent, coming on as a rule at night; later
    • was made in the corpus callosum, but with no result. The latest thing
    • child is late in going to sleep and often talks in his sleep,
    • especially if he has had a late meal. Appetite is good.
    • his imagination stimulated — as it can be only when he
    • to pour on to the plate a small quantity of some dish that contains
    • sound R and related sounds. In spite of his apparent quietness and
    • inner process which you yourself first stimulated the child's astral
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    • children to be given later.
    • whom we shall be speaking later on. He makes very good pictures. He
    • time of pregnancy. Please note these facts carefully; later on we
    • later. Development is said to have been entirely normal during the
    • earliest months, and was noticed only later on. The child was
    • any such devastation as can show itself in the organism later on, if
    • out over the later development; but the first epoch of life may do
    • light of consciousness. He will relate the most incredible stories to
    • bring her now and then to relate these, they will be found to reveal
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    • child! Children who later on become kleptomaniacs, develop this kind
    • stimulated. There will then develop in every child as a matter of
    • is sent to school and then later to the University. And now the trait
    • case go on developing beneath the surface. The boy becomes later a
    • of influenza with headache and high fever, and three weeks later
    • again and again to good speaking, well-ordered and articulate, is for
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    • late; you did not, I think, have him with you until he was in his
    • been an hour and a half later. He took thus an hour and a half to do
    • head. In the case of the boy we are considering, it is too late for
    • late stage of childhood. As has been said, I stated at the time that
    • other hand assimilates sulphur with the greatest ease. The
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    • rhythm; and then later on, the moment will come when we can approach
    • so stirred and stimulated in his astral body that the rhythm begins
    • among the planets, who attached themselves at a later time to our
    • dawned upon him. Then, later on, I made a discovery, which showed
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    • the good mother forces live in metabolism and have ego content. Later
    • related to blossom in plants. Making a map of illness. Old belief
    • related to that system in us. One who is able with occult perception
    • man. Modern education and instruction is not calculated to enable us
    • corner, for instance, we might write illnesses that are inter-related
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    • The lectures were translated from notes unrevised by the lecturer by
    • an unknown translater.
    • drawing them out. Then sooner or later, according to whether we
    • in this way — (and I will later show how the Art of
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    • The lectures were translated from notes unrevised by the lecturer by
    • an unknown translater.
    • human being is related in a highly complicated manner, to all
    • could, it would not relate the animal organisation so closely
    • see how every organ contains, of necessity, processes related
    • stimulate the astral body and moreover in such a way that it
    • need a remedy that, firstly, will stimulate the silicic-acid
    • process, and, secondly, which will stimulate it precisely in
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    • an unknown translater.
    • functions of willing, feeling and thinking are annihilated in
    • digestive organs. Now the astral body and Ego stimulate the
    • in. Iron regulates the connection between physical body and
    • must at the same time so regulate the digestive process of the
    • there in order to regulate these connections — so that
    • stimulated, the more this budding and sprouting takes place,
    • continually to oscillate between integration and
    • the gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • mineral kingdom was the latest of the kingdoms to evolve
    • related to the astral body and Ego. We must realise to what
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    • later, according to whether we have completed a higher or lower
    • — (and I will later show how the Art of Healing can be
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    • of them all. Moreover the human being is related in a highly
    • it would not relate the animal organisation so closely to the
    • necessity, processes related to substances each in its own
    • particular form of them. Therefore we must stimulate the astral
    • stimulate the silicic-acid process, and, secondly, which will
    • stimulate it precisely in the kidneys. If we seek for it in the
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    • feeling and thinking are annihilated in sleep and simply appear
    • organs. Now the astral body and Ego stimulate the digestive
    • in. Iron regulates the connection between physical body and
    • regulate the digestive process of the grey matter that it no
    • is there in order to regulate these connections — so that
    • stimulated, the more this budding and sprouting takes place,
    • be. The physical body has continually to oscillate between
    • gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • because the mineral kingdom was the latest of the kingdoms to
    • their effect upon the human organism related to the astral body
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • the spiritual and the material are differently related in every organ.
    • The carbonic acid processes are related to the external physical of
    • strong enough to manipulate, to control, the whole of this silicic
    • — that which relates to the astral body. In order to cure cancer,
    • with beauty. Religious ceremony became artistic. And later, when what
    • the beginnings, contemplates what is related more to the endings of
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • the spiritual and the material are differently related in every organ.
    • The carbonic acid processes are related to the external physical of
    • strong enough to manipulate, to control, the whole of this silicic
    • — that which relates to the astral body. In order to cure cancer,
    • with beauty. Religious ceremony became artistic. And later, when what
    • the beginnings, contemplates what is related more to the endings of
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    • working class. Later on, I learnt to know the middle-class with
    • tabulated figures of all that went on, and thereby killed every
    • means of production can only accumulate labour-value until it
    • late!
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    • the sun during the time of ancient Atlantis. Later, when the
    • Christ only much later, but we can still say that the Sun
    • successors in later periods, such as the Jupiter, Mars,
    • imprinted on human beings of later ages. Such an occurrence
    • extremely valuable etheric body that is preserved for later
    • will reveal Itself; later It will make Its appearance on
    • examples from later times, for example Nicholas of Cusa (Cusanus),
    • who came from a poor Russian village and was later to become
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • preserved in the spiritual world because it could later be
    • fact, an individual bearing the etheric body of Shem later
    • In a way, he wore Shem's etheric body so that later he
    • borne at a later time by Melchizedek, who was to give the
    • related by blood to the ancestor who had the prototype.
    • that of later centuries in the Christian era. In the first
    • in Central Europe. But later, from the twelfth to the
    • own etheric bodies. Later, human beings, one might say,
    • later with his etheric capacity, and throughout the Middle
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    • aspects of reincarnation and various matters related to it
    • discussion of how they are related to life itself will shed
    • circumscribed by a word of later coinage, by the word
    • assigned to the oracles at a later time. The leadership of,
    • later cultures. In ancient Atlantis, an individual belonging
    • that the Atlanteans were able to manipulate certain inner
    • were to emanate that would later found the post-Atlantean
    • later time, and it was incumbent upon the Great Initiate of
    • can be preserved for later times.
    • was written down in later times is at most a faint echo, for
    • who was to appear later and whose coming had already been
    • for his awakening. The Biblical story relates to us in a
    • etheric body of Shem was later used in yet another way. How
    • on earth. Now in the later phase of the evolution of the
    • another. The first example is related to the personality who
    • be translated “Learned Ignorance”; yet it
    • he had to do was to accumulate the knowledge developed on
    • important stimuli to every scientific discipline related to
    • imaginations that were closely related to the events in
    • later incarnation a copy of the Christ Jesus individuality
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    • shall see later why that was so.
    • legend of the universal flood is related in the myths of all
    • culture continued to develop was the area that later came to
    • strength only later in human evolution. The ancient Indians
    • see later. Beginning with the sixteenth century, copies of the
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture V: Results of Spiritual Scientific Investigations of the Evolution of Humanity: II
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    • highest regions and perceive everything that is related to
    • disciple was awakened and was then able to relate what was
    • previous learning experience not to surface until late in the
    • the Mysteries. What came later is only an infiltration of
    • translated as scuola, school. The scholastic system
    • Gospels. Nowadays, we have theosophy; later there will be
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • relate to you the words of our great harbingers of the new
    • who could relate the most from the spiritual world can be
    • heavily mixed with water. Later, however, when their culture
    • endowed with the ability to relate to the physical world.
    • conquest will, of course, extend into a later epoch. But just
    • you will be the bearers of spiritual life in later ages. In
    • images that later were to be glorified in the arts in the
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • with utter bliss. Shakyamuni preserved for later ages that
    • today's humanity, two closely related truths shine as
    • the burning bramblebush, and later in the fire on Mt. Sinai
    • later in the fire at Sinai announces Himself as the Being who
    • was later to be named “the Christ.” No godhead
    • later appeared in the human body and who confronted mankind
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    • the Buddha, as they are related in the Buddha legend. He was
    • later be put into artistic form by renowned painters and
    • circulated about the events in Palestine? None of the events
    • In later
    • when we know this, they become models for us to emulate. If a
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    • building block for later centuries, and that is why a copy of
    • relates that the chalice from which the Christ Jesus took the
    • traditional to more modern times: in ancient India and later
    • and the souls today that are stimulated by external science
    • accumulated wisdom can today be proclaimed as Spiritual
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    • accumulated, and the soul felt lonely; in a manner of
    • world and relate myself to it, I have fallen victim to the
    • possible was no longer adequate. This fact is related to the
    • in this world that cannot be annihilated even by
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    • Asia, and later he also became the teacher of esoteric
    • Africa have all been populated by the descendants of the
    • culture. Ordinary history records only a relatively late
    • Ahura Mazdao. Occultists of later ages called it Ormuzd.
    • During the time when Moses lay isolated in the ark on the
    • had lived only as a bodhisattva, but later on he descended
    • death and rebirth. They were isolated within the cold
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    • after all, quite directly stimulate our life of thought and ideas
    • transferring to the heavens what they have observed and calculated
    • is planted a few days earlier or later. There are other things of this
    • way in which they appear to our abstract thought of later days. If we
    • plant; he observed in a more living way what, later on, Goethe
    • present, we find human souls in whom, during a later earth-life
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    • logically interrelated concepts. The farther we go back, the more do
    • it had begun in the later period of Greek culture. In earlier times,
    • think, to speculate and philosophize about it. It was not so with the
    • and it was only later that it became an actual liquid draught in
    • Again, just as man is related, in the way I have described, to
    • Moon-forces, he is also related to Sun-forces. But they are active in
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    • of Golgotha is related closely to the meaning of earthly revolution
    • in it is related to the happenings of the last three days. You may
    • foundation for our later life.
    • Golgotha is therefore closely related to the whole meaning of earthly
    • relate how he had had two schoolfellows — they may have been
    • foundations have so far emerged. The way in which the blood circulates
    • But ... he died two years later. That was the reality; the other
    • calculated as follows: Our heart goes through certain phases of
    • condition; then we calculate how long it would take to reach that
    • condition and the answer is 300 years. Then we can calculate backwards
    • later on as a philosopher, who was sitting in one of the front rows,
    • Then, some days later, two of the people who had been present at the
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    • from the one whole, Sun-Moon-Earth; and then at a much later epoch, of
    • time. They united in one all that later on was distributed over many
    • Wotan really lies later in time than this epoch when the Druid culture
    • does on us today, for it was related to far deeper forces. As the
    • Cosmos. Thus, stimulated by the Sun-Initiation, he gained his
    • hastening forward as it were to a later time, the intellectual element
    • later conception — but on the question of how he should be
    • the Cosmos, until at a later stage he passes over to dwell with the
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    • spiritual world, knowing that the dead who were related to us on earth
    • rest, which appears to be easier, comes much later — after much
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    • The forces by means of which we look back later at our former
    • to be used later for speech These forces are in every man, for the
    • of speech that, under normal circumstances, he cannot in later life
    • is not too much to say that, although in later years this work
    • find a spot on earth, however isolated, where external civilisation
    • between death and rebirth, forces by means of which he can contemplate
    • earth are stimulated to be active and creative by the souls who are to
    • be born later than they and who are now looking down at them. This may
    • stimulated from outside, as it were, to see his former earth
    • greater than a human being can put into words in later life. The
    • belonging to childhood are later on developed clairvoyantly one can
    • economising the forces which can only be economised in later life
    • Then only do we contemplate man in his full significance and destiny.
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    • need only to think how almost everything related to weather
    • words, the ancient initiates sought what that Being Who was later
    • be related to the flooding moonlight. The universe will speak
    • “Everything must now be related to the Sun.” — But the
    • itself, is isolated as it were from the cosmos.
    • insulated from cosmic influences, now with the out-breathing of the
    • out-breathing of the Earth. But what happens then must not be related
    • to the light flowing back from the Moon; it must be related to the
    • that the fixing of the festivals had formerly been related to cosmic
    • out of cosmic space into time, which itself was no longer related to
    • cosmic space. What related to the spirit was as it were torn away from
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    • summer in order to let it be stimulated by the cosmos. All that opened
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    • expression in the way they related themselves to what the festivals
    • process, just as in the human being when he is a child we relate the
    • the later bodily changes, so men once saw the ruling and weaving of
    • later became the Easter festival — in that period in which the
    • became paralyzed in the later Middle Ages and in modern times.”
    • nature. This is a result of that inspiration which was stimulated by
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    • worked in an entirely different way from that of later times. We might
    • speaking out of this later intellectualistic age, says: “I sing
    • of this festival remained in a later age, when a poet said, for
    • But especially there was careful preparation for what later took on
    • what was known in northern countries at a later time as the throwing
    • have related: that a person thrust his hand into water which was in
    • the festivals was connected with the related seasons.
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    • St. John's night dream, is what remained later of the wondrous forms
    • is stimulated to pursue nature-knowledge.” It was the season in
    • look on the Norwegian Song of Olaf [Åsteson]* as a later development
    • this unique poem of initiation experience has been translated into
    • lives in the year's changing seasons, he related the whole thing
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    • sounds. And then we are aware of being related to the ether-body within
    • the physical body just as in ordinary life we are related to our ears
    • in children as time goes on. It is true that in later life, when the
    • Everything that the Ego accumulates in the head must be pressed down
    • has accumulated
    • accumulated; think of how he wants to throw it all out of his head,
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    • difficulty someone might experience who, in order to relate himself
    • life of art. With this as our starting-point we will go on in later
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    • considerations to occupy us later. We will begin with the Seventh
    • unrepresentational character, stand apart from those which relate
    • articulate sound’s essences
    • Themselves they shall coagulate,
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    • – although it was not written down until a later date. This
    • something is here related which does not come out of normal
    • instrument of speech – though, as we shall see later, this
    • latest dream I ever dream'd
    • Late schoole boyes, and
    • late, tell mee,
    • late
    • suppose that we articulate these will-pulses, in such a way that we
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    • Beowulf; part of it is translated in this
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    • separately later on – indeed the epic can perhaps best
    • a vowel sounding earlier on still sounds in the later vowels
    • – or a later vowel-sound modifies the earlier ones, etc.
    • by a three-dimensional object is related to the object itself,
    • Et, de quelque façon qu’éclatent
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    • and discuss examples of these later) he touches upon something
    • related to the speech-creative process. Where it is a
    • drawn to the consonants. One or the other will be accumulated,
    • The highly-developed, courtly poetry of the late
    • united with the recitative, how the Germanic later united with the
    • near to a folk of articulate language.
    • related to the one breath. What is formed in this way we derive
    • verse-technique, to draw out what is latent in
    • contrast to what Goethe, particularly in his later years, received
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    • that spiritual life came into being, poetry, too, was not isolated.
    • It grew isolated at the stage when the felt vitality of the breath
    • Inflated currency. She is mortal,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • make some observations of an interpolated nature.
    • by a real poet. Platen is not alone in having left us some
    • Platen invokes Genius, observing that it is inherent in
    • ninety-nine per cent of our versifiers.) And not only Platen, but
    • Say it is late and dusky, because
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    • articulates this artistically through the syllables in quantity and
    • calculates, as it were, the blood-circulation, we have recitation:
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    • Let us now survey a later time. Let us look, for
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • formulate for themselves, controversy over questions of cognition
    • understanding with another. A person must first translate his wishes
    • In later lectures we
    • everyone as it did Saul, who later became Paul, and as Saul had
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    • appreciate Lessing in his earlier works, we must allow that in later
    • though in response to a postulate, a demand, of the nineteenth
    • take; when it reappears in a later time it carries the fruits of its
    • must above all assimilate those thought-forms which lead quite
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    • what has been said lately in various lectures you will have felt that
    • happened before. Until now there have been only two — or later
    • died, a God overcame death — we will speak later concerning the
    • related.
    • If we go on to contemplate so sublime a life as that of Buddha, we
    • possible. He sees this Faith, in so far as it relates to Christ, as
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • believe — and later this belief turned more and more into an
    • a certain power of clairvoyance; that later they descended from this
    • the first place he thought it would be dangerous to translate this
    • were translated complete, would cause disturbance rather than
    • that he did not understand this Gospel! Yet he translated it. Thus
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    • to human evolution by the Christ related to the significance of the
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    • Gospels relate, Christ appeared to them by degrees, so that they
    • have spoken as Paul spoke later, after he had gone through his
    • true Christians is some-thing that violates all the old conceptions
    • can say, ‘We are related because we are all descended from the
    • if we translate them as follows: ‘That which you value above
    • impresses on the substance, so is a ‘thought’ related to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • with the fact, related in the Old Testament, that death followed the
    • is an occult fact. To someone who contemplates evolution with occult
    • contemplate the Christ-Being in the right light, we must seek Him in
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • body which did not wait until later years to work on these faculties,
    • collaterally with the rest of humanity, and at the time of which we
    • etheric and an astral body which are interrelated in the harmonious
    • rise comparatively late in evolution: they were preceded by what can
    • gained for ourselves as individuals. Later on we shall see under what
    • and craft language of the later alchemists, the later occultism, have
    • was well known to the mediaeval and later alchemists — not to
    • by all human individualities who seek to relate themselves to the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • relates to the objective event connected with the name, Christ Jesus;
    • answers to these two questions are of course interrelated. For we
    • earth-lives is not an inward affair related to a single life, but is
    • that man could formulate the totality of abstract thoughts required
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • Gospel — his chief object was not merely to relate what he
    • through the gate of death, we shall be incarnated again in a later
    • when men were least fitted to comprehend this teaching. In the later
    • future, as a necessity and a help which can flow into later
    • ideal which dawned in ancient Greece, an ideal formulated by
    • comes to be in his later activities. At a quite definite point of
    • distinctive feature is precisely that the later years are so unlike
    • Spiritual Science: that it is related and entrusted to our souls only
    • during this incarnation and in later ones. May this be the fruit
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • shall speak later, will stand as hindrances in the path of the
    • Although Christ appeared only later, He was always present in the
    • the spiritual world felt completely isolated, enveloped in darkness.
    • isolated, thrust back into himself as though a wall were between
    • that the astral body of the Buddha was preserved and was later
    • Blavatsky. A later volume, compiled by Annie Besant from manuscripts
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • much later period. During the Lemurian and early Atlantean epochs, no
    • manipulate the forces of air and water. In the book entitled From the
    • be made in later incarnations.
    • not an isolated being but that every individual has to share jointly
    • occult science to be obliged to formulate the questions in the right
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - I
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    • fine etheric substance. Only later did the etheric body densify by
    • (etheric “double”) than he has today. Later on, man will
    • body. But he develops in such a way that later on he can become
    • the age of the new, later human race. In the domain of communal life,
    • transpired, is recapitulated. The first three sub-races recapitulate,
    • earlier were briefly recapitulated.
    • recapitulated, briefly, the development of Lemurian man, who was a man
    • But the first sub-race, which becomes articulate in the Vedas, could
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - III
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    • is related to its own fulfilment, to Christianity. In Christianity,
    • its very details. What is later revealed was in earlier times beheld
    • later. Such a book is the Gospel. The Gospel contains what was
    • later on the Word will become “Elder” or “Father.”
    • indicate things upon which I will speak more fully in later lectures.
    • third attains its goal, a second third will only later attain its
    • will, in later times, be unsealed. I have told you that Christ's
    • mystery of which the seal belongs to a still later future.
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • knowledge had first assimilated. In weakened form we find this
    • done is to stimulate and assume that the audience will inwardly
    • between later phases of evolution and its pure, instinctive origin.
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • of that cultivation of abstractions which later led to the separation
    • the Rhetoricians, later on, who educated the children. Finally, in
    • to Roman culture. Roman culture is the source of all that later
    • ideal of later times, would have seemed to him a deadening of that
    • the best way to stimulate the movement of the blood by the
    • outwardly through the larynx and its related organs. It was known
    • stimulated by bodily movement, grew strong and forceful in two
    • expressed itself in a later form.
    • discover, in these depths, the right way to formulate the questions
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • with the object that this ideal should stimulate ideas which ought to
    • do well to remind ourselves of it to-day. Later on, in the Middle
    • labours, this is related to the third factor in Greek education. Thus
    • the West, even in America? These peoples assimilated the qualities
    • hour is getting late, I will bring these thoughts to a conclusion in
    • age of puberty, this is only an aping of later life. It is not a
    • if, later on, when the child has gone out into life, it can no longer
    • fourteenth years all those things to which it can look back in later
    • which later on will awaken of itself in the free human being? We have
    • “Yes!” when in later life it awakens to independent
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • imparted to the human being comparatively late in life, indeed
    • twentieth year or even later.
    • relate it to something living. Moreover you then have the inner
    • the lips and palate, and that certain consonants have to be formed by
    • earthly gravity. And just as we gradually learn to relate the
    • physical body to its environment, so do we also learn to relate the
    • the plant, in short, which works upwards, all this must be related to
    • related to the physical body. Thus in the first stage of exact
    • occurring in the case of some human beings earlier in others later.
    • releases itself much later than thinking from the physical
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • see in the highly significant organism of the palate which bounds the
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • previous lectures have indeed in no way attempted to formulate new
    • not at all the same being as in later life. In his earliest years the
    • In later
    • palate. The sense of taste is, as it were, localized in the head. But
    • very limbs. The processes that in later life are localized in the
    • moreover, the other processes that in later life are localized in eye
    • the upright posture, he strives to relate his legs to the law of
    • of the child for the whole of its later earthly life. If we wrongly
    • reappear later in the form of bodily diseases.
    • physically in later life. Years later it makes itself evident in the
    • the brain, which is related to speech. Physiology admits the
    • definitely related to the outer world, all this is carried over by
    • Many later defects in the digestive system are caused by a child's
    • observe the faults in our children which develop in later life, we
    • a dreadful heritage into later life. He is being educated for
    • materialistic in later life. The brain can either develop in such a
    • in later life, the child must be allowed to remain as long as
    • organism to grow strong in this way, he will develop in later life
    • in later life. Soul and body alike suffer if the inner being of the
    • in short, the whole individuality, may come to full expression in later
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • much can be rectified in the body later by the exercise of moral forces
    • for later life, and so during this age we must teach him to use his
    • the child to have a healthy body in later life, in so far as his
    • to begin with we stimulate the child's artistic feeling by letting
    • stimulated the child artistically, we then allow the intellectuality
    • later to the service of humanity brings to the child an inner sense
    • Science. Sleep regulates the inner burning by spreading it over
    • exercises in childhood will lead in later life to flabbiness of the
    • is rightly to use his freedom in later life.
    • and wherefore.” The whole of later life is immeasurably
    • for the good will also be a guide in later life if we have not been forced
    • for the one and power to resist the other. In later life it is as
    • may be earlier with another later. As a rule it occurs between the
    • and tenth years; he cannot formulate this question mentally, he
    • it will continue through the whole of later life, not necessarily in
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • to relate to the actual letters the quality of soul contained in the
    • vividly we describe plant, animal and stone, so that weaving, articulate
    • you would say if you were to see someone with a plate of fish in front of
    • always begin by showing how it is related to the earth and to the sun.
    • world of the plants should be related to the earth and the child should
    • should the animal-world as a whole be related to man. The child is thus
    • the processes of combustion are regulated by their activities. The
    • head, and more particularly the nervous system, must not be correlated
    • the earth. We relate the world of the plants to the earth, and the
    • unity; man is their synthesis. Thus we relate man with the animal
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • shall speak about the teaching of history later on.) On the other
    • however, our body of formative forces continues to calculate,
    • but supersensibly, they continue to calculate or to draw geometrical
    • the idea that they should be bent inwards to regulate and complete
    • the mind the things that relate
    • the things themselves. We begin to calculate by using number itself,
    • pass on to the separate parts; later, we find our way to the ordinary
    • retained; everything must be related in some way to man.
    • later from the earlier seems to him like so much unmusical strumming
    • can assimilate. And so history too, must be brought into connection
    • stimulated.
    • I can do that too, later on, so there is no need for me to learn them
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • this sense related to stone and mineral. Earlier teaching about the
    • all processes that must be studied as only indirectly related to the
    • assimilate. In the social life of the world of course conditions are
    • world. Hence to concentrate before puberty on all that relates man to
    • to develop the child in such a way that he may later reveal the qualities
    • imagination. In short each different language is related to the human
    • contained in the book of the world can stimulate the all-round
    • own language. The child's whole environment is living and articulate.
    • Testament, or, having first stimulated a consciousness of universal
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • stimulate the child to self-activity in art, if as he paints, writes or
    • action of the liver is regulated by increasing the quantity of sugar
    • needed when it is a matter of bringing on children in an isolated
    • can experience how the spiritual nature of the child may be stimulated
    • then, if it is not too late — in fact a great deal can be
    • nature be truly stimulated. In this way too, we can unfold the
    • does not come to the point of articulate speech; it only comes to the
    • which at a later stage are metamorphosed in the human being into the
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • related theme.
    • acquired by accepting theories quite unrelated and alien to
    • for today one knows just how to formulate everything
    • later on be somehow incorporated in a legalised educational
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture II
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    • years, will sometimes appear in the latest years of life; and
    • taking two men of genius; later on we shall come down to less
    • who enjoy the best health in later life. On the other hand,
    • who accomplish more in later life because they have more
    • gave them trouble. Later on in Leipzig Goethe went through a
    • attacks, but later they become almost incessant. They become
    • troubled; and only a few days later the man died, having just
    • After a while he gets a new impulse which inspires his later
    • through anthroposophy one learns to contemplate the life of
    • Shall we not learn to contemplate every human life, every human
    • different being from what he becomes later on. A tremendous
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture III
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    • cannot forthwith assimilate the substances of the outer world,
    • might call gesture, everything that is related to movement. Now
    • learns to speak, to articulate only then does thinking come
    • that is going on around him. Later on this is lost. For however
    • to it. What we do later with our soul, and still later with our
    • qualities. What remains with us as soul and spirit in later
    • at a later age, and am not constantly on the watch when he is
    • who imitates these things will in his later years, from the age
    • appear in later life are often only the result of educational
    • relationship to them than at a later period of life. In this
    • cruder, but the animal too is related to its environment. The
    • horse “calculate,” for it really receives something
    • be stimulated from outside, as, in this case, by means of
    • world, so now he relates himself in a moral sense — his
    • then speak in some such words as these: “Well, later on
    • in man becomes articulated speech arises out of this urge
    • something which he feels to be utterly remote, and to relate
    • which were related to their meaning. Up to a certain point the
    • activity is constantly stimulated. He does not “grow into
    • that all those things which do not stimulate fantasy in the
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    • that as late as his 45th year he still imitated, or rather had
    • has been put I should like to interpolate the following
    • later, between the 14th and 21st year is already developing
    • by what may have been imitated later from other people. So just
    • use of at a later age. For this reason we can make a transition
    • transpired that our children learn to read somewhat later than
    • others; they even learn to write the letters a little later
    • attained somewhat later than others; on the other hand everyone
    • later. The entire forces of the etheric body are at first bound
    • This must be done neither too late nor too early. We must be
    • studied in an isolated way, but only in connection with the
    • sound anywhere, at any particular place, I can calculate the
    • shall hear it later. Should my speed exceed the speed of the
    • related to the etheric body. This enables the child to take
    • in articulated gestures, just as he learned to speak quite
    • physical body than they are later, when they are emancipated
    • later age he no longer carries around with him the same
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture V
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    • this point of our educational studies I want to interpolate
    • a child learns can be a sign that later on he will develop
    • genius; but it can equally well be a sign that sooner or later
    • soft, it has a tendency which later on may cause it to run to
    • in later life achieved great things, but who was regarded as a
    • the same doctor who later on, together with Dr. Freud, founded
    • psycho-analysis. When, however, at a later stage it became
    • of him what is latent within him. Now there were times when
    • arithmetic. What comes later blots out what has been given
    • taught the previous day. No later lesson blots out the one
    • is precisely what later on he will have to look up again in his
    • had been taken hold of by the enlightened ideas which later
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture VI
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    • others are not directly related to the real development of the
    • was only given later. Things were not arranged so that first
    • von Berlechingen,” where the little boy begins to relate
    • an experience, for in later years it is the source of
    • of life are carried over into later ones. I spoke about this in
    • what is developed in one epoch can be carried over into later
    • later epoch, is used to further what is good. In order to
    • possibility of moral weakness in later life. We perceive
    • First there is a Strindberg. Later on follow those who
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture VII
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    • spirit. In anthroposophy physical man is contemplated by means
    • being can be contemplated in a condition of health and illness;
    • the spiritual can be contemplated as it is between death and a
    • well say that the doctor had cured the child — later,
    • suffer later on from extraordinary after-effects.
    • separated; later on memory separates from this state of
    • needs the forces which later develop memory in order that
    • Later, when the power of memory is no longer the servant of the
    • differs, one child being able to assimilate more potato and
    • faculties of intelligence in human beings are related in their
    • homeopathic dose is nevertheless very potent, it stimulates the
    • but it does not stimulate thinking. In saying that diplomats
    • produce thoughts. On the other hand potatoes do stimulate
    • spoken about as though they were entirely unrelated. This was
    • unity comprised of religion, art and science. It was only later
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture VIII
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    • architecture. Later on, in Greece, it became otherwise, and
    • scansion of verses was so regulated that the line was regulated
    • comparatively late in the development of music. The experience
    • mastery of language to enable one to articulate clearly in the
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture IX
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    • and crochet; and in doing this they learn how to manipulate
    • move and speak well and be able to think and calculate. That he
    • stream of culture which carried this into later times, in some
    • as anything else. Now he only calculates what profits are
    • should like to relate a little story which describes how the
    • then buys a car; later on he buys a second one. Things proceed
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture X
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    • us take several hundred years later. What earlier had spread
    • would be if everything related to anthroposophy went the same
    • anthroposophical, one contemplates the riddle of the
    • came about that a number of suggestions were interpolated
    • they must know later for the examination, and on the other hand
    • experienced. This is why when one tries to stimulate interest
    • have been a little stirred, a little stimulated, find in their
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • for that is when writing first arose. Later the process passed
    • individual later to take an interest in the whole world as far
    • drawn out isolated instances in this way for a time, we
    • learnt like this from isolated instances, we pass on — no
    • not yet translated {as of 1937}.])
    • way. And — as we shall see later in the method of special
    • this method the child is inoculated by what expresses itself as
    • and people felt later: That resembles nature. Nature was not
    • with the nose-form itself, and only later does the resemblance
    • die away after; later, one can get at the most a makeshift,
    • in drawing on the artistic element we assimilate into the
    • you re-lived the shock later. You will be able to agree from
    • disarticulates the feelings and the emotions, affects the whole
    • stimulated, so that only afterwards when the child has gone
    • the head and the heart only come later. Try never to appeal in
    • soul is inside you; later it finds its way out; it will then
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • Lately the world's superficial method of observation has linked
    • course, is related to emptiness: this is the feeling-shade of
    • everything related to light or whiteness, including sound
    • related to light, we have the feeling-shade of marvelling
    • With these (we may go into all details later, as well as into
    • and our palate are really intended solely to function as
    • calculate it by taking the number of breaths in 4 minutes, that
    • is fearful to contemplate if in future people are to assemble
    • numbers 5 and 6 (not translated).]
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    • was related to them, that is what grew racially from their
    • contemplate the course of civilization and to say: “The
    • question, then, is to develop the one isolated aspect,
    • conceptual education. Then the other isolated aspect, the
    • annihilates consciousness. There is no need to sacrifice
    • understand it later. But notice if you hear the word ‘Soul’ in
    • education is only living when what has been assimilated is
    • be understood later. I beg you to feel no scruple at teaching
    • only understand later. The contrary principle has introduced a
    • understanding until much later. For this reason it was not at
    • understanding only dawns later.
    • element, where we begin with the isolated detail. This will
    • first feels the lilt of an undefined melody, and only later
    • the plastically formative we contemplate beauty, we live it; in
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • arisen lately, but you will have to aim at things of real value
    • later. The principle that you should only teach the child what
    • able to write letters later, for besides learning to read you
    • the grownups can calculate. You do not know at all yet
    • what calculating is. But you have to be able to calculate
    • learn to calculate,