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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • training methods that are advertised for monetary gain are not only
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • mind, with the most penetrating force and energy of mind who has
    • many thinkers of today have known more penetratingly about so many
    • moral tenets. When the ‘I’ works on the basis of
    • just as a magnet does. It forms for itself a masculine and a feminine
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • as well as his physical body are inter-penetrated by his astral
    • to physical light what negative magnetism is to positive magnetism.
    • either the plants or animals. We find that we indeed penetrate into
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • rather have the patience and perseverance, the will, to penetrate more
    • magnet has North and South poles, just as light and darkness are
    • When we penetrate more deeply into this question it becomes evident
    • strengthened in the morning because what has penetrated into our
    • is as true as were the achievements of electricity in the nineteenth
    • Earth evolution is magnetism. Yet a third force will become
    • to value what is positive, namely the penetration of spiritual forces
    • — magnetism arises. When light is thrust down into the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • bothered. Should spiritual science begin to penetrate their souls,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • penetrating into spheres of existence radically unlike those usually
    • solar system, where the sun has the major role and the other planets
    • deemed unfit in its ordinary state to penetrate into those spheres
    • penetrating into his innermost soul. He thereby could draw near to
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • above the three coffins, we find that we must, indeed, penetrate the
    • then be seen only physically in the sun and planets, and also for the birth
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • penetrate into the power of the perpendicular. The wonderful
    • power of Memory will be penetrated, and at the same time strengthened,
    • enriched if, through Spiritual Science, we penetrate in the right way
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • and looked gratefully upward, realizing that what penetrated us and
    • living, they will find those souls most intensive who are penetrated and
    • Christ impulse will penetrate humanity that all men can, indeed, accept,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • It took the Church until the nineteenth century to remove the
    • light are not dimmed when we consciously penetrate the secrets of the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • nineteen percent because they were forced by a good whipping at the
    • eighty or ninety years of age. But in a war human beings are
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Herzen, an excellent thinker who lived in the nineteenth century and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • three or four centuries, and especially during the nineteenth century right
    • concerning the evolution of the earth planet, which have grown up on
    • of this nebula is supposed gradually to have fashioned the planetary system
    • sufficiently unprejudiced to employ this instrument properly, can penetrate
    • planetary being, as a child is the son of his father. While the son resembles
    • planetary being to whom it bears but little resemblance. We learn to
    • observe this planetary being by observing the earth during the winter when
    • the earth evolved from a planetary predecessor on which there was no
    • summer, was not so widely separated from the planetary ancestor of the
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • the nineteenth century. Or else they have been cultivated in the way
    • last third of the nineteenth century (though it also applies to a
    • penetrate into the essence of these forces, we must not look at their
    • experience in the warmth-ether which penetrates our etheric body. This
    • mid-European culture of the nineteenth century, with essays on the
    • penetrates into the spiritual — into the super-sensible. Then they
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • subconsciously of course, but it nevertheless actually penetrates our
    • the Central European countries as a being penetrated with the powers
    • those things which can only forcefully penetrate into our soul during
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • his penetration into many things connected with the so-called
    • birth through encountering what is dead if it is to penetrate into
    • straightforward way. The transformation of the old impenetrable
    • penetrate into men via the heads of the administrators. A great deal
    • unless he penetrated to some extent into what modern natural
    • flexibility, capable of penetrating matters of this kind. These
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces, come from? They are the same forces as the forces of the planets,
    • of will that are connected with these forces of the planets, these forces of
    • the planet. The forces of will enter into us from the planet itself. This is
    • how the forces of our own planet earth live within us. The moment we
    • enter birth the forces of planet earth are active within us.
    • entirely from out of the planet's interior. It is very interesting to see
    • spaces are filled with our own actual planetary system, up till the twenty-
    • planets and the planetary system belonging to these.
    • processes that the forces from the planet's interior bring about up till the
    • twenty-one we draw on what comes from the earth and its planetary
    • put into our organism from out of the forces of the planet and the
    • planetary system.
    • release the planetary forces himself, after the age of twenty-one. And yet
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • such which surrounds our earth, and say: it penetrates into our
    • organism and withdraws again; but by penetrating into our organism it
    • penetrates into it (the fluid organism) from every direction the Tone
    • penetrates into our air organism, and it underlies what there passes
    • interpenetrates, and because the Ego is in the warmth-organism it also
    • only general, abstract ideas of this interpenetration; we will reach a
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • penetrating study of human nature is able to build a bridge between
    • penetrate into this delicately organized constitution. Naturally, up
    • enthusiasm which fires the soul penetrates into the bones and muscles
    • human constitution interpenetrates — a process takes place which
    • has nothing to do with what actually penetrates down into the
    • terrible problem that weighed upon men in the nineteenth century and
    • today and has already penetrated into the general consciousness of
    • When the ancient peoples spoke of the celestial bodies, of the planets
    • had this vision, when they regarded the planets, at any rate, as
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • forces of the world interpenetrate, flow into each other. Mentally, we
    • could never penetrate fully into the realm of the thoughts and
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • evolution, to penetrate the meaning of human evolution on earth — in all
    • a feeling that his solar and planetary system was repeating, of course in a
    • people since the eighteenth century and throughout the nineteenth century
    • planets and of the moon. The world picture of Copernicus, Galileo, and
    • Christmas. We must realize that since the nineteenth century even theology
    • places what stars and planets reveal through an inner life, so that they
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • planet. By means of an inner soul-language, in a certain sense, they
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • forces, which under special conditions can penetrate from the world of
    • trying to penetrate into the nature of the event of Golgotha with
    • never penetrate through to the true being of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • real penetration into the starry heavens; they saw what was spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • penetrating beyond the immediate region within which he stands in
    • penetrates into the depths of world-existence, or into the knowledge
    • This view places the sun in the centre of our planetary system; the
    • planets revolve round the sun, with the earth as a planet among the
    • other planets. Ever since the time of Copernicus, this is the picture
    • planetary system and his relation to the heaven of the fixed stars. In
    • early nineties, on the connection of the experience of freedom with what I
    • space together with the planet Earth, and his picture of the whole
    • training. And yet in our age everyone penetrates into this region
    • intellect, we never penetrate to the inner being of Nature. I here
    • But the man who penetrates to his own inner “kernel,” and experiences
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • trying to penetrate into us, preventing us from full experience of our
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • — it was as though the light actually penetrated into them, into
    • Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
    • in reality it is the planets that radiate light to the sun and the sun
    • our task must be to penetrate to the reality.
    • The Sun-Mystery has disappeared into the nether regions of human
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • penetrate Man's actual being beyond this recollection, this thought
    • We may, through appropriate meditation, succeed in penetrating the
    • of the moving planets.
    • music of the spheres occurs through the movements of the planets in
    • revolution of the planets in H (ed.: ‘H’ like in him, her) —
    • movement, the circling around. And the single planets in their revolutions are
    • Something is expressed that is the cosmic working of four planets. Let
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • the effect that the planets connected with I, O, U, A, experience in
    • vowels, a planetary mystery was expressed. The deed of a divine being
    • within the planetary world was expressed in the name. Were a divine
    • formed of all that is said by the planetary spheres and this echo is
    • 2. Etheric body = Echo of the planetary movements
    • 3. Astral body = Experience of the planetary movements
    • echo of the planetary movements, of what is experienced of the echo of
    • the planetary movements, and of what knowingly experiences the echo of
    • echo of the Zodiac, of the echo of the planetary movements, of the
    • experience of the impression of the planetary movements in thinking,
    • experience is extended, and we arrive at a perception of planetary
    • life, for this human etheric body is a mere reflection of planetary
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  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • thread through long ages of our earth's planetary evolution, as we have
    • this or that century take its place in the whole development of our planet.
    • whole regular historical development of our planet — in the whole regular
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • of the invisible man penetrates only into the nutrition and growth
    • interpenetration of the physical and superphysical human being would
    • entire human being directly from the ego. An activity thus penetrates
    • directly. Naturally this penetration is strongest in the head, where
    • direct penetration of the organism by way of the ego brings about
    • to penetrate the organism with the proper astral and etheric forces
    • of the invisible man not penetrating in the right way from out of the
    • right way by astral and ego organization, can penetrate the body. In
    • that when a person is born he does not penetrate strongly enough with
    • body, refusing to penetrate into the blood process in the right way.
    • object in that spot, the etheric body penetrates the physical body in
    • penetrate the foreign object; instead, within this area a bubble will
    • presentation. In reality the processes interpenetrate one another. In
    • in reality we are always dealing with interpenetrating activities
    • in the daily defense against outer processes penetrating
    • penetrates inward directly.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • penetrate into what is actually meant with this membering. He said: these
    • not spatially next to one another; instead they interpenetrate one another.
    • They totally interpenetrate and one must accustom oneself a little to an
    • incorrectly within one another if they penetrate into one another.
    • too weak, then the digestive activity is able to penetrate through to the
    • Thus it is necessary to penetrate into nature on the one hand and into the
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • notably those belonging to our planetary system. And as concerns
    • which the planetary system has undergone, all that the Beings within
    • our planetary system have ever experienced — the Saturn-beings
    • looking back on the entire life of the planetary system. Even as we
    • cosmic memory of what the planetary system as a whole and all the
    • planetary system is contained — are also working within man. Even as
    • planetary system.
    • from incarnation to incarnation. In this respect the other planets are
    • planets are there between than, waving the one into the other. Karma
    • bearing within them the vast memory of the planetary system with all
    • beings only inasmuch as we have memory. Looking out into the planetary
    • upward to Initiation-science, we must equally admit: This planetary
    • kind of planetary force interpenetrates the other. As upon Earth we
    • so between death and new birth there is a working from planet to
    • planet. The Universe then becomes the scene of man's activity and of
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • penetrates, wisdom-filled, the sphere of Jupiter. In this sphere he is able
    • This work is: to let the Michael Power and the Michael Will penetrate
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • accordingly, were able to penetrate into this teaching. In
    • the divine world. If one wishes to penetrate into the real depths of
    • Gospel. But a full understanding can be gained only by penetrating
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • mentality. Modern man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle
    • a whole is a cosmic magnet of which one end points towards the North
    • contained in the magnetic needle. In the case of a seed or germ which
    • described as nonsense in the case of the magnetic needle is accepted
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • penetrates into my left cerebral convolution and produces a structure
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • out in cosmic space as compared with the orbiting planets, which make
    • begins to act wildly, because the vision penetrates and stirs his
    • interpenetrate. Just as the planets cover one another, and have a
    • pass over into a planetary condition in human life, becoming mobile
    • the nineteenth century people still spoke of vital forces. Naturally,
    • existence requires to be penetrated more deeply by the power of the
    • seen how spirit penetrates all matter everywhere, so that nowhere can
    • enough, to master matter, to penetrate into matter as it really
    • nineteenth century up to the present day. But it must be realised
    • penetrate into the land of knowledge.
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Goethe. The nineteenth century represents a very significant
    • In the nineties many people had no doubt at all that this remark was
    • Looking back before the nineteenth century to the end of the
    • The middle of the nineteenth century was a much more incisive point in
    • nineteenth century. And we can understand this fact only if we ask:
    • fairy tale. Since the middle of the nineteenth century this
    • middle of the nineteenth century and humanity was thrown back on its
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, one cannot really grasp what is
    • quite dark. The time before the middle of the nineteenth century
    • after the middle of the nineteenth century looks only at the world.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Also known as: The Influence of the Planets on Man,
    • The planet Saturn circles round the Sun and sends forces to the Earth.
    • in the orbit of the planet Jupiter.
    • planets, therefore, work on within the astral body through the life of
    • planets, as they are sometimes called, the planets which are nearer
    • inner planets are likewise connected with the being of man. We will
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • with our senses needs to be penetrated with ideas about the
    • penetrates towards us. There is the outer sun, the sunlight comes to
    • interpenetrate, the inner man understands what comes to him from
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • evolution and involution. Future penetration of man's spirit
    • penetrate into the atom itself. When the similarity of substance between
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • does not immediately penetrate into the physical body, but
    • before entering it penetrates more intensely into the etheric
    • someone is penetrating into the body and passing through the
    • penetrating into the etheric body, he or she would then be
    • — only when we are able to penetrate into the inner being
    • impenetrable. But if we are able to penetrate within it —
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • descriptions very much further do we penetrate to reality.
    • And if the attempt is made to penetrate further — using the
    • methods with which penetration into such realms is possible —
    • the true beholding of the outer garment. He must learn to penetrate to
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • effect Spiritual Beings — everywhere penetrate into human
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • a greed for knowledge but to be a spiritual impulse penetrating deeply
    • which man can penetrate. This, too, is the attitude of Mysticism. Did
    • penetrate into world-mysteries pulsates through all a man's forces and
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • penetrate with the same intensity into this spiritual substance.
    • the planetary Spirits. I will draw (on the blackboard) this pentagonal
    • Powers, the seventy-two sub-heavenly or planetary Powers, and the
    • Powers, seventy-two planetary Powers, forty-two earthly Powers —
    • It was a fundamental tenet of this Roman School that the teaching
    • seventy-two planetary Powers and the forty-two earthly Powers. In
    • evolution, on into the nineteenth century, by which time theology had
    • Through spiritual knowledge it must again be possible to penetrate
    • And then, in the nineteenth century, the Gods became demons, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • of spiritual science, we must penetrate more accurately into
    • penetrated into it, as it were, during the Sun-epoch and the
    • books. Those who were unable to penetrate into such a lofty idea,
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • penetrate into the mother’s body. Those who do not see these
    • active in a magnet, but this does not prove the non-existence of
    • humanity in a fruitful way. Spiritual science must begin to penetrate
    • the greatest admiration which we may have for the penetrating
    • in spite of the penetrating insight of Dostojevski’s
    • psychological art, also in spite of his fine and penetrating
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • must penetrate into the consciousness of those who wish to become
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • to come to our eyes and our hearts to penetrate through the walls, so
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • high spiritual development to penetrate into the chaos of the peoples,
    • penetrates into what had been prepared by the first two. Indications
    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • was a fundamental tenet. Another was: “We again espouse belief in
    • They underwent it in part on other planets, and thus they brought from
    • on other planets. But during the Fifth Root Race, highly developed
    • their own development on other planets. It is not until the Fifth Root
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • planet to the Earth. Unable to become an earthly man, the Being would
    • from distant planets, Mars or Jupiter — would be deeply moved
    • through this Death. We penetrate into Nature with our thoughts,
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • was an impenetrable wall, concealing from men all traces even of
    • century and especially in the nineteenth century was influenced in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • Not only so; the spiritual world and the physical interpenetrate even
    • encircling planets. Our own etheric body is a kind of Sun elemental
    • belonging to it, like the planets to the Sun. These elemental beings,
    • planets and the Sun according to the older conception.
    • ‘planets’; our relation to the outer world, to certain
    • mutual relations between these ‘planets’ and our own
    • planetary system, and the illness is but an image of this
    • medical practice which will make the penetration of medicine with
    • rays of force begin to penetrate into our soul's life. But this
    • penetrate the veil. He who has passed through the gate of death is of
    • the ancients reckoned Saturn as the outermost planet of the solar
    • planets which are now included — Uranus and Neptune —
    • planets belonging to the solar system proper.
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    • could not produce for him a human race on a planet. That lay in the
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • through which man in ancient times penetrated into the laws of the
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • every such Zodiacal constellation is related to a particular planet,
    • sphere correspond to the planetary moon. In fact one can say that
    • comes from particular planets for the various sections in the path of
    • are called. These three decanates represent those planets which have
    • in the outer planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars you see what is connected
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    • nineteen-year-olds and eighteen-year-olds will believe that they
    • nowhere has what is meant by the actual Christ-Impulse penetrated in
    • was ninety-three years old. And Michelet had just been with Eduard
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • cosmos appears to you with all its stars, fixed stars, planets and
    • eighty, ninety years old. If he had still lived from thirty to ninety
    • sun, planets, fixed stars. And then what is said of the sun, the
    • planets, the fixed stars, is at most a kind of cosmic physics —
    • up to the stars, to the planets as we do today, but they did not
    • orbits of the planets, and believe that up there is a globe which
    • simply a piece of folly to represent a planet as a mere material
    • everywhere that in each planet he sees an Angelic Intelligence. And
    • if he seeks a little to penetrate the secrets of humanity. The
    • through the good will which tries to penetrate into true reality.
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • acknowledges that the magnetic needle does not turn by itself to the
    • magnet, people own that the universe plays a part, it is only when
    • this fine substance penetrates a little below the earth's
    • from this that the substances of which I have spoken, penetrate under
    • into another planetary existence which we call the Jupiter existence.
    • How then does a next earth, a new planet, arise out of this earth, on
    • piece what is to form this new planetary existence. We human beings —
    • are already here during our physical life preparing the next planet
    • ninety-three years old. And Hartmann related how Michelet had just
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • Thus it approaches the ego. It has kinship with the planetary system.
    • interpenetrate one another.
    • other side; in such a way, however, that we do not penetrate deeper
    • do so, because we have already penetrated into it deeply enough; but
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • remain longer than usual in the spirit world between death and a net
    • longing to penetrate full reality. Today there still exists a strong
    • opposition to this penetration of full reality, not only in the
    • course of the nineteenth century the principle of nationality arose,
    • nonetheless just as strongly, and indeed in the more conscious part
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • true and penetrating perception of human life know that man lives
    • a man who makes statements about a planet and is unable to understand
    • necessary to reckon with the whole planetary system. Thus, if we wish
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • shall we be able to realise that in order to penetrate into the
    • penetrate into the nature of things, into the being of man and into
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • incapable of penetrating through them into the higher worlds.
    • body penetrates into and works within us. The whole nature and being
    • connected not only with the Earth but with planetary worlds which, as
    • of the Earth into other planetary conditions; how it is possible
    • really to penetrate into higher worlds and to recognise the kingdoms
    • in magnetism, in acoustic and optical phenomena — that same
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • spiritual development of our modern times, we must penetrate into
    • penetrate into the modern development of science, and it occurred at
    • In the centuries which followed, up to the nineteenth century, those
    • centuries which preceded the nineteenth century, one of these habits,
    • nineteenth century; the human soul had completely lost its elementary
    • may see, particularly in the nineteenth century, the development of a
    • middle of, the nineteenth century, the evolution of the spiritual
    • nineteenth century. Those who study modern spiritual science should
    • arisen as materialism in the middle of the nineteenth century within
    • over what has arisen through the materialism of the nineteenth
    • thus developed in the course of the nineteenth century, then changed
    • penetrating into the sensory material world. We must emphasize again
    • The nineteenth century
    • of the nineteenth century. In more recent times, and these do not lie
    • since the middle of the nineteenth century, for the tendency towards
    • penetrative philosophy of the second half of the nineteenth century
    • philosophy. The more the nineteenth century drew towards its
    • In the nineties of the
    • nineteenth century we may then observe a strange stage in these
    • one might say, particularly clearly in the nineties of the nineteenth
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • nineteenth century onwards, the sensualistic or materialistic
    • end of the nineteenth century. Let us observe how the external facts
    • nineteenth and early twentieth century have become great. It was
    • culminating point, in the nineteenth century, at least in so far as
    • decade of the nineteenth century and in the early twentieth century.
    • birthday at Jena, in the nineties of the last century. I happened to
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • the nineteenth century. Recently, I have described to you from
    • way through the spiritual culture of the nineteenth century, began to
    • the outer aspect. If we wish to penetrate through the chaos of
    • world-conception of the nineteenth century. This is altogether the
    • fifteenth century and reached its climax in the nineteenth century,
    • of thoughts. This is possible, for the nineteenth century has proved
    • it. The nineteenth century has also proved the justification of
    • the best and most liberal bourgeois conceptions of the nineteenth
    • reproach, if we bear in mind the moral conceptions of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, with the particular form of materialism which has
    • standpoint than the ordinary one of the nineteenth century and of the
    • third of the nineteenth century, are, in reality, completely
    • nineteenth-century, that is to say, within the great majority of men,
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  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • spirit-and-soul penetrates into the bodily nature, and traditions
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    • His Spiritual Connection with the Planet Earth
    • Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt. Der Mensch in
    • egoism in a special sense, into which we shall penetrate a little in
    • penetrating character of the knowledge of the universe that the
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • penetrates into the innermost depths of our heart, awakening our
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    • forces proceeding from the dead also penetrate into what surrounds
    • are to penetrate in the right way into the social life. One cannot
    • becoming one with what may be called the forces of the planet
    • especially the variations of the planet's force of gravity. He
    • must become so entirely one with the planet, with the earth, that he
    • electricity or magnetism, and through radiating light, inasmuch as he
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    • including the planets and the fixed stars, if you imagine this in the
    • rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate more deeply into the
    • penetrate into their inner life. Hence, what we experience inwardly
    • extends the human gaze, so that it penetrates, really penetrates into
    • namely, that we may once more penetrate livingly into the spiritual
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    • place in the course of evolution. With the penetration of the
    • Mystery of Golgotha also penetrated into it. What I have indicated,
    • forces that penetrated into the soul’s “threefoldness”,
    • (T), when it penetrates into the human soul. In the case of the
    • ancient divinity Jehova, the penetration into the human soul was
    • and the penetrating element in general is expressed, with the “S”
    • sound. This is connected with the element that penetrates into the
    • they connected themselves with that element, penetrating, as the
    • arose later on that element which penetrated into the nations of
    • element that penetrated into Europe through the Finnish element, was
    • element penetrates into us, for instance the watery element, then it
    • penetrates more from out the spiritual world. It is not contained in
    • the human being himself. It must, as it were, penetrate into man as a
    • the earth; in that case, a spiritual element that seeks to penetrate
    • penetrate, as if with soul-feelers, into these places, in order to
    • penetrate with their influence as far as the etheric body, and to
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    • images of the planets to the constellation of man's organs. Thus the
    • you study the mutual relationships of the planets you have an image
    • effect of mars in our planetary system. You have to know the
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    • interpenetrated by an astral body and something resembling an ego.
    • Nor could the etheric body exist without being interpenetrated by
    • universal cosmic astral body which interpenetrates the physical and
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • penetrate a little way beneath the surface of the physical sense
    • world. And we must penetrate further and further. Now let us enquire
    • creatures. The orbiting of a planet around its sun or of a satellite
    • around its planet is by no means mere chance, nor is it unconnected
    • well. Thus the experimenter shows how a planetary system in miniature
    • the large planetary system must have arisen. Although it is usually
    • good man usually forgets that the miniature planetary system could
    • ordering of matter in the cosmos, so that the individual planetary
    • movements of the planetary spheres that form a correlated system —
    • in the second third of the nineteenth century. Consequently the
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    • penetrate into the deepest parts of man's being where he is
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    • him not from below, from the centre of the planet, but from the side.
    • their physical bodies, and their etheric bodies interpenetrated their
    • etheric body penetrates very deeply into the physical body. That is
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • not penetrated into the physical body to the same extent as in the
    • interpenetrate to form the physical, and the spiritual
    • interpenetrates them too in a certain way, as an earthly being man is
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • the planetary spheres after death depend upon moral and religious
    • hope to penetrate slowly and gradually to the essence of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, thus enabling us to penetrate more and more
    • what it was through almost the whole of the nineteenth century. Until
    • penetrate into our souls and become perception and feelings, and as
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    • only from the planetary spheres after death. Particular qualities
    • of the astral body from the other planetary spheres.
    • human being expands, quite literally expands, into all the planetary
    • planetary worlds. How does he succeed or fail in this respect?
    • still divided into groups determined by their religious tenets and
    • same religious tenets. Occult investigation shows clearly that
    • interpenetrate one another, we are together and yet at the same time
    • essential principle; in certain of its tenets, and as a whole, it is
    • give to one who penetrates more and more deeply into its essential
    • be made between knowledge of Christian tenets and the reality
    • drawn from the other planetary spheres.
    • with other planetary spheres. It is indeed a fact that at that time
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    • man is independent of the sun and planets which are his real home,
    • Earth, we were born on some other planet, our soul would be adapted
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
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    • region which receives forces radiated from the planet known in occult
    • present in man's consciousness penetrates more deeply into the body.
    • now, turning from the more remote worlds of stars to the planets,
    • someone has knowledge of Saturn or Mars or other planetary sphere and
    • can follow its functions in our planetary system, this leads to
    • utterances were an enumeration of the individual planetary Spirits
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    • of existence the soul of a man has to pass through the planetary
    • planetary spheres. Since the last death, every soul incarnated on the
    • evolution. Whenever we pass into a planetary sphere after death —
    • investigation if that investigation is able to penetrate deeply
    • enough into the spiritual nature of other planets and planetary
    • eliminating from the conception of space and the planetary system
    • planetary spiritual life to the spiritual life of cosmic worlds.
    • order to work at the head of the evolution of that planet. It is no
    • planet where the forces are involved in most bitter strife. The
    • planet where the most belligerent forces are present, although these
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    • connected with the planetary sphere of Mars and because the human
    • the planetary stages of Old Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon.
    • this ‘I’; it does not penetrate into his consciousness.
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    • earlier times Mars was said to be the planet of warlike traits, it is
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    • prepared to penetrate behind the mysteries of existence, can throw no
    • the real sense, we cannot penetrate it to any depth. We direct our
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    • last decades of the nineteenth century, when the writings of Buchner
    • investigation and knowing the conditions of human life, we penetrate
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    • the functions of the planetary spheres. Experiences of the soul after
    • earthly life. Passage through the planetary spheres. Quotation from
    • functions of the several planets. It is now a matter of harmonising
    • as the fourth region of Spiritland already extends beyond our planetary
    • Earth is still the same as that of the planetary system. There is
    • experienced even within the outermost planetary sphere, the Saturn
    • on Earth came forth. But all the planetary spheres also came forth
    • planetary spheres were not in the state in which they exist today.
    • planetary spheres develop into what they now are. Everything that
    • is more than all that is contained in the planetary spheres,
    • of the spiritual world than do the planetary spheres. For these
    • planetary spheres are a product of what took place when Old Moon
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    • as we try to gain knowledge, we must penetrate into the spiritual
    • ourselves how we can hope to penetrate more effectively, with
    • not much easier for them to penetrate into this Mystery, whose secret
    • history, but we will try to penetrate into that part of it which
    • that streams through the other two worlds and penetrates right down
    • certainly Maya, but with thinking we penetrate into a spiritual world
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    • significant than all the pedantic Bible-criticism of the nineteenth
    • are they? What does their prophesying signify? We must penetrate
    • though there penetrated into humanity through him a note which was
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    • the other planets (with the exception of one principal human pair who
    • gone away to other planets. But we know also that the evolution of
    • planetary existence into evolution on Earth, there to encounter the
    • planets into physical bodies, the development of their senses would
    • planetary abodes and assume bodies on Earth, and that after that
    • influences, the souls descending from the planets would have found no
    • the path down from the planets to the Earth, but had remained behind,
    • seven planets, as they used to be called. The planetary forces worked
    • as cosmic secrets, when we try to penetrate into them clairvoyantly.
    • Sun-Spirit — this Being went from planet to planet, touched in
    • planets, that at a certain time during the Atlantean evolution the
    • order; not, however, from all the planets, but only from Sun, Moon
    • Jesus-Being while that Being was journeying round the planets. From
    • this arose that science of planetary activities which comes before us
    • exoterically; it arose because the moderating of planetary influence
    • see in Hellenism a reflection of planetary spirits who had as it were
    • Christ journeyed from planet to planet and on each planet became one
    • Mercury, the one later called Hermes. In the Greek planetary gods
    • super-sensible worlds had made of the planetary beings who were imbued
    • planets, together with much else that I have described.
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    • penetrated by the Mysteries of which I spoke yesterday.
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
    • the olive tree is inwardly penetrated with the oil of Earth. One can
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    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • “The planets and their aspects have influence on
    • universal harmony. And all the planets are ensouled.
    • the heavens; but what he added to this, being truly penetrated with
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
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    • external physical ray of light can penetrate his eye, it is active
    • Aesthetikon, Orektikon, Kinetikon etc. The inner activity of
    • Impulse penetrates into the sentient soul. Philosophy is experienced
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    • Planets and their Characteristics. It is
    • Planets and their Characteristics. It is
    • SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALITIES OF THE PLANETS
    • think only of the modern conception of the planetary system: that it
    • various planetary bodies were dispersed. The speculations derived
    • If the whole planetary system is comprised in the picture of a
    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • characters of the several planets.
    • We will think, to begin with, of the planet nearest the Earth, the
    • planet with whose history the Earth's history — though only in
    • and he can penetrate into this Moon fortress of the universe. He then
    • outermost planet of our system, Uranus and Neptune having been added
    • in our planetary system, raying his own being into the
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • planetary system and has faithfully preserved it in his cosmic
    • like a kaleidoscopic memory of our planetary system. As a faithful
    • informant concerning what has come to pass in the planetary system,
    • planetary system. Nor does he withhold the stories he can tell of
    • what has come to pass in the planetary system. In this respect Saturn
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    • the fact that he is united with them in thoughts, that he penetrates
    • knowledge of these facts and of the way in which they interpenetrate
    • overcomes death in this soul-manner and that it penetrates into life.
    • something which seeks to penetrate into the connexion of the things
    • the souls who are penetrated with the spirit, souls who have passed
    • should penetrate into us and live in us, thoughts which should —
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    • sun to its associated planetary system. Our etheric body with its
    • kind of planetary system — by the other elemental beings. This
    • of forces, engendered by this sun-planetary system which we have left
    • do, it nonetheless has the effect of enriching our lives in one way
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    • Giordano Bruno right up to the nineteenth century. Especially in
    • develop predominantly between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries.
    • evolved. As I explained yesterday, the yogi attempted to penetrate
    • third of the fifteenth century to the end of the nineteenth century
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    • the environment of the earth, including the planets and the fixed
    • images. In order to rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate
    • when we penetrate into their inner life. Hence, what we experience
    • penetrates, really penetrates, into the real world. If this
    • penetrate livingly into the spiritual world. Again and again let us
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    • It is our striving to penetrate, knowingly and at the
    • still have faith that Spiritual Science will penetrate into the
    • becomes especially difficult for him to penetrate into the spiritual
    • which do indeed penetrate into spiritual realms, to a certain extent,
    • the penetration of the spiritual into the physical world.
    • planet which he is leaving. It is a very great experience, an
    • we should not on the other hand, be able to penetrate into spiritual
    • colour-impressions with a fine feeling — that we can penetrate
    • able, in part, to penetrate into it, while at the same time it comes
    • surface of which the soul's experience could penetrate.
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • because the thoughts contained in the picture before us, penetrate
    • In order really to penetrate into the world where the
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    • their true form on earth, endeavor to follow the interpenetration of
    • temperaments are therefore mingled according to the interpenetration
    • account penetrate deeply into human nature.
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    • Archangels penetrate into the human inner being, and thus far also
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    • ever in the same way, as Mr. Sinnett wrongly describes in his
    • of Form who let the forces of our earth planet set to work at the
    • the earth planet, those Spirits whose greatest interest is to make
    • created on our earth planet, through the mysterious co-operation of
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    • It will be seen from the last lecture, that in order to penetrate
    • substance.’ But one who penetrates into the nature of things,
    • our earth to form itself into just such a planet as it now is. The
    • state of flux. No part of the planet would then be able to be at
    • penetrates upwards as well as downwards, into the sphere of the
    • planet by radiations from within, from the centre. We may therefore
    • say: our planet is so constituted, that the Spirits of Will or
    • understand our planet in this way: Where its boundaries of air and
    • our planet as the water or dry land, — there a surface is
    • that when we look towards the centre of our planet, we may say: There
    • have upon our planet, in earth, water, air and fire, the Beings of
    • activity and see how they work in our earth planet, how they form it
    • alter from one planetary condition to another, to define what was the
    • and of inner will, a special planetary mission was necessary. The
    • whole world of the hierarchies had to cause a planet to come into
    • Earth-planet the mission of bringing about the perfect equilibrium of
    • Thus our planet is the planet of Love, and therefore
    • mission of equilibrium which belongs to our earth-planet is therefore
    • the working of Love outside our earth-planet; and we have been able
    • studies what we might call the tissue, the network of love; and this
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    • These have their centre in the other five planets, speaking of the
    • planets in the old way. You must therefore seek for the centre of
    • centered in the several planets. From this we see, that through these
    • and more clearly, you find in these five planets the forces which
    • centered in the several Planetary Spirits (with the exception of the
    • nineteenth century, a representative of these old Indians speaks of
    • of Form penetrating through a sea of mist. Through an ocean of mist
    • of the nineteenth century. In all this the son of the brown race did
    • call by the names which we take from the live planets, whereas the
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    • could penetrate to a high degree into the spiritual worlds. Hence all
    • of the wind outside in the macrocosm. The regular penetration of the
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    • to the impulse of the Spiritual Soul penetrating into the human
    • the nineteenth century, are apparently far removed from the sphere of
    • most penetrating old clairvoyance, acquired by man when he worked in
    • one, for it must reverently await the penetrating of the Spirit-Self
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    • The further we penetrate into the details of the
    • various planets of our system, and who at the end of the Lemurian and
    • of the atmosphere, out of planetary life, to unite themselves with
    • by the human souls coming down from the planetary spheres.
    • time ascended to planetary heights, and who during the Atlantean
    • descended from planetary heights with that which proceeded from the
    • nineteen hundred years ago, knows nothing of the progress of
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    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • in the nineteenth century.
    • which reached its climax during the nineteenth century. And today man is
    • dealing with the time when the human souls ascended to the planets and
    • definite relationship with human beings. Since the eighties of the nineteenth
    • the nineteenth century Spiritual Beings from the cosmos have been coming into
    • This swarm will seize upon the earth, will spread over the earth like a network
    • since the last third of the nineteenth century, but with this ghastly brood of half-mineral,
    • established a theory of colours — remote, it is true, from the tenets of modern
    • the network of spider-like creatures extending over the earth.
    • an amazing network of intricate forms.
    • of plant-life and the theories that were evolved during the nineteenth century
    • place within his reach since the last third of the nineteenth century.
    • nineteenth century. The cultivation of Spiritual Science is in very truth a
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    • Anthroposophy. This was in the eighties of the nineteenth
    • ways and means of penetrating into the sphere of the spiritual, a
    • for penetrating into the spiritual sphere, because the spiritual world
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world. In this respect spiritual
    • penetrates into the limbs. We say, “I will”; we move our
    • and if he were to wish to penetrate into the spiritual world, taking
    • endeavours to penetrate behind the mysteries of the spiritual
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    • had penetrated into the earth.
    • interpenetrate. When the earth dons her Winter raiment of snow,
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    • penetrate to the essence of historical evolution and of the human
    • completely penetrated with force of will that he can put upon him
    • scientific geneticists would have difficulty explaining the facts:
    • characteristic quality of Michelangelo: that he has penetrated to the
    • last three lines of this sonnet make it clear that he could never be
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    • by veils easily penetrable in the spirit, while by day he worked in a
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    • His Spiritual Connection with the Planet Earth
    • Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt. Der Mensch in
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    • try to penetrate into his soul with love and devotion. Falsehood must
    • If we lovingly penetrate into the weaknesses of such people, our
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    • who has lost the possibility to penetrate into the world in a living
    • dead, abstract concepts and to penetrate into living, concrete
    • But it will not be possible to penetrate into such thoughts and
    • Today nothing penetrates into the human souls, but rebounds, as it
    • addition to space, also time; that which penetrates into the present,
    • to make the attempt to transcend egoism and to penetrate into the
    • penetrate into such things. A short time ago, I emphasized again and
    • that people do not like to penetrate into the very things into which
    • they should penetrate. For abstract sentences which are quite
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    • penetrate into the spiritual world (we are then outside the
    • Golgotha. We grow aware of this when we really penetrate into
    • penetrate into the essence of these four soul activities, and
    • to foresee the near future. But the will which penetrates into
    • then penetrates through the silenced will.
    • an infinitely important thing: If we wish to penetrate in the
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    • period between the middle of the nineteenth century and our own day,
    • habitual ideas, so that nothing is able to penetrate their minds
    • familiar through nineteenth-century scientific development have taken
    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • know that spiritual science shows how our earth-planet, upon which
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    • different network of feelings and sensations spans the world of
    • reactions, nor of a penetrating intellect, but impelled by the
    • form in the nineteenth century but are gaining the upper hand more
    • of life more and more, to penetrate it, and by so doing to come to
    • concrete, and to a comprehending penetration of the actualities of
    • can penetrate to its reality it makes us capable of forming a right
    • penetrate and further the life of modern humanity to the greatest
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    • to the realization that, in order to penetrate in to super-sensible worlds,
    • the magnetic needle always points north-south. Therefore, on earth the
    • magnetic forces, since the magnetic needle, which is otherwise neutral,
    • penetrating into the external rhythm with our thoughts we learn to
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    • of life): You see a magnetic needle. You discern that it always
    • the magnetic needle, but in the whole Earth, inasmuch as you assign
    • to the one end of the Earth the magnetic North Pole, and to the other
    • the magnetic South.
    • the magnet-needle itself for the cause of the peculiar position it
    • direction of the magnet-needle if you know how it is related to the
    • whole Earth. Yet the same nonsense (as applied to the magnetic
    • So regnet es, oder es bleibt wie es ist.”
    • other planets of our planetary system. In an old instinctive science
    • wherein the Sun was reckoned among the planets, they had this
    • astronomical explanations I will now speak of this planetary life,
    • and of that in the planetary life which is connected with the earthly
    • distant planets, the planets beyond the Sun — Mars,
    • On the other hand, from all that is represented by the planets
    • distant planets. Whenever this occurs, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are
    • of life — is connected with those planets whose period of
    • planetary forces which work via the forces of warmth and cold and
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    • because they do not penetrate to the realities involved. We shall
    • “planets near the Earth” extend their influences to all
    • distant planets — those that revolve outside the circuit of the
    • planets — Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. In this way we must
    • that live and abound in the distant planets are working, as we have
    • no rational penetration into the process.
    • working. Such things must be penetrated once more with clear
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    • which it finds expression. They do not penetrate to the relationships
    • in the previous lectures: how the planets, Saturn, Sun, Moon, etc.,
    • can penetrate into the intimate life of Nature if you can see the
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    • get at the real earthy element; you will penetrate at most to the watery
    • the watery content of the earth, but you do not penetrate sufficiently
    • via the ethereal, penetrates strongly into the earthy element. Thereby
    • powers, which, pressing inward, are meant to penetrate right into the
    • for an hour and you will get a thorough penetration. Think, how little
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    • Spiritual Science. But we must first know how to penetrate into these
    • is a plant we do not like to stroke — it is the stinging nettle.
    • The stinging nettle is
    • which I have explained already. Moreover, the stinging nettle carries
    • it has a kind of iron radiation. These iron radiations of the nettle
    • radiations in our blood. Truly, the stinging nettle is such a good fellow
    • is in the human organism. The stinging nettle is the greatest boon.
    • of iron, you would do well to plant stinging nettles where they will
    • do no harm. For in a certain sense the nettle plants would liberate
    • of great benefit to grow stinging nettles in this district. However,
    • of the stinging nettle may be for the growth of plants in the whole
    • still more, take any stinging nettles you can get, let them fade a little,
    • the time, namely, in speaking of yarrow, camomile and stinging nettle.
    • but with these five: yarrow, camomile, stinging-nettle, oak-bark and
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    • there planets, but by the round-about way of the Earth) — these
    • and potentialities which the more distant planets transmit to the air,
    • near planets are influenced by the chalk-or limestone-workings
    • of the distant planets. Diagrammatically we can draw it thus: it represents
    • planets.
    • used to do until the nineteenth century. They also sowed according to
    • we can stop at the planetary system. For the animal world, that is not
    • planetary forces. For you must do something quite definite with the
    • when I referred to the magnet-needle is only too true. Anyone who thought
    • of the magnet-needle alone — anyone who looked in the magnet-needle
    • Earth and assign to it a magnetic North Pole and a magnetic South. The
    • we draw in the whole Earth to understand the properties of the magnet-needle,
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    • the rhythmic life, and the two poles interpenetrate. What animals do
    • it passes easily right through the digestive process, penetrates into
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    • you penetrate in a living way
    • penetrate into our own being, a process begins which
    • external world penetrates into us, a kind of poisonous
    • penetrate into the spiritual world.
    • interpenetrate in such a way that the human being that has
    • reveals to us what penetrated into the present life from
    • human being running about is the one that penetrates into
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    • Goethe and the Crisis in the Nineteenth Century
    • Goethe and the Crisis in the Nineteenth Century
    • Through this intense inward penetration into the Mystery of Golgotha, they
    • penetrated in soul and spirit the secrets of the Mystery of Golgotha. Many
    • human beings are called upon to penetrate into the secrets of existence, not
    • further progress in the penetration of the spiritual world. Goethe devoted to
    • was a moment in evolution when what we today call magnetic and electric
    • forces established themselves within Man. For magnetic and electric forces
    • without the magnetic and electric forces that have developed ever since,
    • incorporated into Man at that time. The forces of magnetism we will leave out
    • him externally. The forces of magnetism and the other electrical forces we
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    • however true that one cannot penetrate into the super-sensible worlds
    • being to penetrate into the super-sensible worlds.
    • already existed in the old Platonic school: That no one can penetrate
    • penetrates into mathematical thought. It is not mathematics in itself
    • to the objective part of my descriptions. In the early nineties of
    • the nineteenth century, I wrote my Philosophy of Spiritual Activity
    • cannot penetrate into the way of thinking which is employed in this
    • penetrate with the scientific spirit that prevails elsewhere into the
    • difficult to penetrate, but I think you will be able to grasp what I
    • the subject of our thoughts transcends space and time and penetrates
    • plastic ways of thinking. It is not easy to penetrate into this third
    • penetrating in full consciousness into the higher worlds. We then
    • the reality of the spiritual worlds into which we penetrate in the
    • must admit that forces which penetrate into the higher spiritual
    • worlds can also penetrate into the social laws of human life, for
    • natural-scientific facts and their operations, but penetrate them as
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    • It is easy to grasp that one wishing to penetrate to the
    • a penetration of sleep or of the dreams into the clear, everyday
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • impartiality, a loving penetration of things and worlds, an attentive
    • penetration of a sleeping or dreaming condition into consciousness,
    • which one does not penetrate with full consciousness, so that one
    • sense of self and more. He who penetrates more deeply into what we
    • investigation, those who penetrate with a sound sense into the
    • these results penetrate — through difficult hindrances of soul,
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    • Golgotha. In the nineteenth century there was a climax in this
    • nineteenth century, relegated to the world of external facts, so to
    • theory in the accepted sense, for when you are capable of penetrating
    • arise in the nineteenth century. People only know how to strive in a
    • holy. Anyone whose destiny allows him to penetrate into the spiritual
    • those who penetrate into the spirit of things and who can rise above
    • decades, the second half of the nineteenth century and the
    • course of the nineteenth century we middle Europeans were foolish
    • In the planet's lap.
    • Lanette Bradford Miller
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    • so that at the present time of year, the one interpenetrates the
    • interpenetrate each other.
    • interpenetrates the earth-consciousness, the plant-world at New Year
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • two cycles penetrate each other; then parting, continue separately
    • New Year, plant-consciousness penetrates mineral consciousness, so,
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    • nineteenth century, and I have again and again emphasised that the
    • natural science during the nineteenth century and on into the present
    • the fundamental type of the thought of the nineteenth century. I have
    • The most capable thinkers of the nineteenth century,
    • get no further. This unworthy thinking of the nineteenth century is
    • of the nineteenth century, even down to our own day, have shown
    • investigators in natural science in the nineteenth century proved
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    • like a cloud. Supersensible knowledge alone enables us to penetrate
    • this veneration, understanding and penetration of what is truly
    • It is just when we penetrate into the inner
    • characteristic in the other peoples and allows this to penetrate
    • the Earth! How penetrated he was by the thought that permeating the
    • at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was the germ
    • is applied merely to the world of sense and has not penetrated to the
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    • planetary Spirit of the Earth, the Spirit by whom the Earth's
    • shaped our planet, who have built the bodies in which we live
    • fog through which the sunlight could not penetrate to the
    • whose power would penetrate into the depths of human hearts
    • nobler example of the interpenetration of the spirit of man
    • spiritual world. When Christ appeared in the nether world it
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    • directly of the penetration of the physical world by the spiritual.
    • the nineties I wanted to point out, at least in regard to man's moral
    • realise that we must let our life be penetrated by the light of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • man can certainly penetrate into his own thinking. Then he
    • necessary. One can never penetrate the nature of thinking in an
    • penetrate the human being by means of anthroposophical knowledge of
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    • penetrate into and take effect in the human soul; in the sixth epoch
    • it will be the forces of Lower Devachan that penetrate more deeply
    • 28:11 With the work of an engraver in stone, like the engravings of a signet, shalt thou engrave the two stones with the names of the children of Israel: thou shalt make them to be set in ouches of gold. \
    • 28:21 And the stones shall be with the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names, like the engravings of a signet; every one with his name shall they be according to the twelve tribes. \
    • penetrating, most significant, thoughts conceived in our present
    • become the successor of Buddha (Joshaphat is a phonetic variation of
    • planet Earth. What is physical in our Earth falls away at the end of
    • Jupiter condition, the next planetary embodiment of the Earth.
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    • kinetic relations between organic structures. Briefly, this fact
    • the nineteenth century physiologists joined hands here even with
    • first stage in this research, is only a perception that penetrates
    • that, by penetrating the mathematical domain completely, we are led to
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    • If someone has a magnetic needle, and one end points to the north,
    • the other to the (magnetic) south, it will not occur to him —
    • needle's direction. He goes outside the magnetic needle. Embryology
    • are the forces of the earth in directing the magnetic needle. Just as
    • it unfolds from within. And by artistic penetration to
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • the Asiatic culture, the penetration of this primeval element of joy
    • fact, they were now able to penetrate deeply into all that exists in
    • to penetrate into the spiritual worlds, they were now enabled to
    • prepared by Oriental wisdom, was able to attain when he penetrated,
    • virtue of his individual constitution, he was also able to penetrate
    • developed therefrom, these ideas as they penetrate within becoming
    • are just as unable to penetrate into man's inner being with ordinary
    • pupils of the Mystery colonies that came to the West could penetrate
    • and is developed in front of the memory-mirror, penetrates below this
    • memory-mirror. Thoughts penetrate below the memory-mirror and work
    • penetrate first through the etheric body, and the etheric body,
    • mind with which he penetrates as far as memory, then he enters a
    • chaos, now breaks out and penetrates into human instincts. That is
    • to find his bearings in regard to what thus penetrates into his
    • They became thoroughly acquainted with the feeling that a penetration
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • that transcends birth and death.” He is afraid of penetrating
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by looking at
    • he cannot penetrate through the sense-images.
    • desires to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. And it was this
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    • beyond this tapestry of the senses. We penetrate it just as little as
    • we penetrate the memory-mirror within. With a developed
    • Oriental wisdom penetrated it with a consciousness informed by
    • memory-mirror. So that when we let our gaze penetrate deep down below
    • able to penetrate into this inner core of evil in man, and are able also
    • which contains the seeds of future worlds. There we penetrate into
    • of man, for in man all the colours interpenetrate, and in such a way
    • entering through our senses; the sun penetrates into our inner
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    • nineteenth century, his heart rejoiced — although to speak
    • was indeed indicated by the fact that during the nineteenth
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    • Let us now try to penetrate
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • penetrate into it. As human beings of the 5th post-Atlantean
    • we intensify feeling and penetrate with it into spiritual science, in
    • influence from spiritual spheres, they mum be net by the thoughts of
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    • knowledge. And it is very, very significant to penetrate really into
    • aversion of penetrating into the positive concrete results of
    • penetrate into the concrete spiritual world. Why do they do this?
    • traditionally, a mysticism which despises to penetrate into positive
    • them, for instance: “You only need to penetrate deeply into
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    • karma become unethical — anti-ethical — ideas.
    • beginnings in the middle of the nineteenth century (of which
    • penetrates beyond the merely physical into the
    • anything at all! What is the German Nation? Just ninety
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    • Brunetto Latini
    • cannot be fully penetrated unless we also bear in mind that
    • friend and teacher Brunetto Latini, who, as I think
    • it was known to Brunetto Latini, teacher and friend of Dante.
    • Moreover, it is characteristic how Brunetto Latini's
    • Brunetto Latini himself relates, he had been sent as
    • Brunetto
    • Brunetto
    • totality of Nature's laws. Brunetto Latini, however, saw it
    • and on, he comes into the region of the seven Planets. He is
    • the seven Planets
    • planets while with the last portion of his soul's being he
    • planets, he still remains in the body with a portion, as it
    • Brunetto Latini undergoes. He tells how he undertook one
    • planets, and through them the higher Hierarchies, circle on
    • through all this, Brunetto Latini feels himself once more in
    • If Brunetto
    • philosophy,’ Brunetto Latini would answer: ‘Yes,
    • learned to repeat. One need not penetrate into the deeper
    • greatness that meets us in Brunetto Latini. What others learn
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • planetary embodiments of the Earth; and the starting-point
    • circle, receiving its form from the Zodiac and the planets. A
    • planets. This has been referred to from other points of view.
    • seen by the senses, but with this deeply penetrating
    • of this science has the will to penetrate into the depths of
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    • nineteenth century, or at any rate during its latter half,
    • unique kind penetrated then into the hearts and souls of
    • the nineteenth century these Plays were regarded simply as
    • half of the nineteenth century people collected these Plays,
    • Herod Play. And so in the second half of the nineteenth
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    • at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. When we
    • would enable them to penetrate and understand the surrounding world
    • meaning of it all did not wholly penetrate his consciousness. The
    • future penetrate Christian culture more and more deeply as an occult
    • nineteenth century the different branches of culture yielded such
    • at the same time that thought in the nineteenth century was not equal
    • nineteenth and twentieth centuries. When such people — and they
    • altogether unable to penetrate the depths of the universe. This is a
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    • nineteenth century has been overcome, but this statement does not
    • those who do not seriously penetrate to the heart of the teaching but
    • is that we must penetrate to the heart of the particular subjects and
    • of man as the outcome of Spiritual Science — penetrate into the
    • whole organism. In short, true Spiritual Science penetrates with
    • Inherentwithin them, penetrating them with a plastic formativeforce,
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    • planets, then the heavens of the fixed stars, conceived from time
    • Zodiac. Man standing on the Earth sees the planets and the fixed
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
    • the Cosmos — the planetary world farther from you now, the
    • have the planetary sphere singing to you in vowels — singing
    • of the planetary sphere with soul from the consonants. Picture it to
    • stars at rest, and behind it the wandering planets. Whenever a planet
    • planet passes on from Aries to Taurus, a different world of sound
    • rings forth. But behind it there follows, let us say, another planet:
    • cosmic instrument of music, while from behind it our planetary Gods
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    • whereby a religious, a divine consciousness penetrates ever and again
    • deepened by knowledge that penetrates to the spiritual world, by an
    • times, in three penetrating words:
    • fifteenth centuries man has acquired a knowledge that penetrates
    • who in our age penetrate more deeply into the knowledge of Nature
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    • penetrate into the world's mechanism. This is where our civilization
    • penetrate simultaneously into a moral sphere. If you connect your
    • much afraid of Agrippa von Nettesheim, Trithem of Sponheim, and
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    • Mystery — allows us to penetrate only the knowledge that this
    • wiser than we are later on, and we are much better at penetrating our
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    • all easy to penetrate with clear perception, because with his
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • the last centuries, and especially during the nineteenth century,
    • to open perspectives into the very coming-into-being of our planet,
    • science which, especially since the second third of the nineteenth
    • conclusions concerning the way in which our planet may have
    • we have occasion to penetrate more and more deeply and to study the
    • surface, form mountains, and thus become visible. The tenets of
    • experienced this as the echo of a primeval quiescence of our planet
    • planet, that even the oldest strata are alluvial deposits from water
    • earth, together with the whole planetary system, had emerged out of a
    • as the first half of the nineteenth century about the conception
    • earth-volcano, which this planet under our feet was conceived to be.
    • part which is to the whole planet what the egg-shell is to the yolk
    • prehistoric times of our planet, we observe what would have presented
    • planetary body, becomes something totally different; as we go further
    • formation of our planet that is permeated with the working of forces
    • organisation is as it were, more refined than that of the planetary
    • penetrates into human souls, into human spirits, perhaps also into
    • “the geological epic of the nineteenth century,” namely
    • geologists of the nineteenth century; do not let us speculate, but let us
    • physical-chemical nature are at work in the body of the earth-planet,
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • impulses to be permeated by thoughts. Thoughts always interpenetrate
    • for such thoughts penetrate into the depths of human life.
    • that we can penetrate into what lies at the back of the content of
    • penetrate behind the tapestry of the senses by means of this power?
    • outside. The ray of light which penetrates into our eye
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    • höchsten Maße geordnet. Da tragen wir sie hinüber
    • militärischer Denkweise angeordnet wird, sagen wir zum Beispiel,
    • militärisch angeordnet: Äther, Atome und so weiter. Nun,
    • Zukunft hinein rechnet, indem man etwa Sonnenfinsternisse oder
    • Mondenfinsternisse berechnet, nicht in bezug auf die Einzelheiten,
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    • system, which we describe as the incorporation of our planet itself,
    • penetrate into the spiritual worlds without the Gospels through a
    • yield ourselves to these pictures we penetrate into imaginative
    • endeavoured in our consideration of ancient Saturn to penetrate more
    • inwardly, so to say, into this old planetary embodiment of our Earth.
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    • through the illusion in order to penetrate further into the truth of
    • penetrate further, from the life of ancient Saturn to that of the
    • the primordial beginnings; but whatever takes place on any one planet
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    • they interpenetrated each other, to denser substance, to
    • While trying to penetrate the whole meaning of the picture, let us
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    • the Earth planet which took place in the passing from ancient Sun to
    • if the earth and the other planets could have made sacrifice to the
    • planet in relation to a Sun: if it always occupied the same position
    • same aspect to the Sun. Then the Spirits of Movement turn the planet
    • other words, the planetary embodiment of our earth through which we
    • Spirits of Movement, must be replaced by that planetary phase of the
    • presently that the earth is to be called the ‘Planet of
    • Moon-existence may be called the ‘Planet of
    • its ultimate satisfaction, only to come on the planet of
    • planet's attractions? Yet only 100 years ago a truly penetrating and
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    • planet, the less exalted gathered together. Now suppose that the
    • Beings of the lesser planet wished to make sacrifice to the greater
    • planet — to the Sun [Editor's Note: The Sun was once a planet]
    • If a planet were able to pour all its contents into the Sun and these
    • were not rejected, the essence of that planet would find different
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
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    • particularly insistent on this at the turn of the nineteenth
    • of the nineteenth century, when people put the same effort
    • of the nineteenth century there would have been greater
    • nineteenth century, the powers of destruction would not have
    • the last decades of the nineteenth or the first decades of
    • nineteenth and the first decades of the twentieth century
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    • penetrated, studied and finally used to build all kinds of
    • cannot penetrate to the deeper sources of human thinking and
    • to penetrate the inner aspects of life one sees the most
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    • situation we must penetrate with a perceptive mind. We are
    • nor penetrate the whole body. We must see ourselves as
    • conscientious occult research aiming to penetrate the laws of
    • science called eugenetics was established in London.
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
    • penetrate all these things with our understanding if we are
    • forces which live in engines and in chemistry and let planets
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    • penetrate every human sphere. To put it as a paradox —
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    • form of thinking like a net over everything in order to
    • has penetrated into reality if we look at the present time
    • nineteenth century. Really, all one gets is old styles
    • their minds are unable to penetrate. Well, the method of
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    • knowledge and the like, for this will allow you to penetrate
    • which can be penetrated more deeply if we approach them again
    • America in the middle of the nineteenth century, and
    • the fifth decade of the nineteenth century actually took part
    • has profound significance. The people of the nineteenth
    • into the second half of the nineteenth and the beginning of
    • nineteenth century. 1917 is its mirror-image. If one realizes
    • nineteenth century and has therefore been dead for a long
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    • happening in the nineteenth and on into the twentieth century
    • half of the nineteenth century, ‘the Press’, as we call it
    • of the nineteenth century than any other work. But I ask you,
    • would then arise in many nineteenth-century minds that people
    • human realm — this is a fact. They had to penetrate
    • planets separating out from a nebula and everything beginning
    • scientific ideas of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
    • third of the nineteenth century and the first half of the
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    • relate to the other planets in our solar system. All these
    • with penetrating thoughts. The significance of the
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    • into our own time. For from the nineteenth century onwards,
    • nineteenth century the situation has been completely
    • spirits of darkness during the last third of the nineteenth
    • times, that is from the last third of the nineteenth century.
    • third of the nineteenth century they have been lagging
    • particularly in the nineteenth century, and this insistence
    • the nineteenth century. A fourteenth-century person who spoke
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    • the cosmos are easier to penetrate by studying Marbach's
    • to penetrate the deeper, real impulses which have led to the
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    • of world history — during the nineteenth century. The
    • the nineteenth century had been infected with it.
    • spiritual powers involved. We may say that the nineteenth
    • the most important phase of nineteenth-century evolution. It
    • the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century,
    • due to this that something became possible in the nineteenth
    • aroused by rancour, by will impulses. In the nineteenth and
    • than what I said yesterday, that in the nineteenth century,
    • is important to consider this. We must penetrate the time
    • became a science in the nineteenth century. Before then,
    • nineteenth century; you can give expression to the real
    • concocted for the nineteenth century are certainly not what
    • major change came at that point in the nineteenth century.
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    • planets. We must learn to understand the star
    • penetrate into a feeling of responsibility for every single
    • avoid the trouble of penetrating into the reality of the spirit and
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    • menneskehetsutviklingen ved at Golgatamysteriet har funnet
    • Det ene var Jesus med Zarathustra-jeget, det annet - av huset Davids
    • Johannesdåpen i Jordan, da Kristusvesenet inkarnerte i
    • bibringe spebarnet noen forståelse for hvad Kristus Jesus
    • eller annet bilde, selv om det var den Sixtinske Madonna med
    • Jesusbarnet eller Krusifikset, da ville vi, hvis vi kunne se
    • verdens ytre oppdragelsesmidler, Fra barnet begynner å si
    • å uttale Kristus-navnet. Vi kan bibringe det
    • barnesinnet ut fra åndsvidenskapen, er oppmerksom på
    • begynnende Kristus-oppfatning før barnet har nådd til
    • første år efter at jeg-bevisstheten er våknet,
    • barnet, uten at det blir noe dogmatisk, - alle de ord og
    • alder. Efterat jeg-bevisstheten er våknet, kan vi jo
    • gryende bevissthet. Da ser barnet f eks. ganske anderledes enn
    • jorden når dets jeg er våknet.
    • Tre ting går forut for at barnets Jeg
    • Barnet lærer å gå, d.v.s, lærer å
    • rettet mot. Undtagelsene her er bare tilsynelatende. Barnet
    • netid: da var ryggradsretningen parallel med
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    • therefore, can only be genuine when man has succeeded in penetrating
    • planetary body. Admittedly, it might be said in connection with the
    • they go towards the south; they permeate the planet in rhythmic
    • penetrate into the Earth in wintertime, not in summertime.
    • science helps us to recognise this because it is able to penetrate into
    • work down from the planets; and because the planets describe certain
    • various species of plants because there are several planets and their
    • Saturn. The planets impress their scripts upon the plants of the
    • that the effect produced by the planets culminates in the blossom.
    • plants with the movements of the planets and then they will feel the
    • plants symbolize the movements of the planets, and these in turn are
    • follows: Planetentanz; Zwölf Stimmungen;
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    • position, if the natural scientific concepts of the nineteenth
    • made in the nineteenth century, thoroughly illuminating the nature of
    • should be reminded that in the second third of the nineteenth century
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, he actually tried to take into
    • advances of the nineteenth century. He was unable, however, to think
    • the human spirit had penetrated by the discoveries of the nineteenth
    • the one between Fechner and Schleiden in the nineteenth century,
    • who penetrates into the science of our time, working through the
    • concepts of the nineteenth century may find trivial, possibly even
    • time armed with the botanical concepts of the nineteenth century, can
    • example, what the botany of the nineteenth century has brought. There
    • entire planet earth and forms a whole with the earth, just as the
    • planet earth.
    • differently at our whole planet earth than is done customarily by
    • the earth planet as a dead rock formation but rather as something
    • planet we have something before us concerning which we must
    • over the whole planetary world around us. As incredible as it may
    • throughout the nineteenth century to recognize what has just been
    • like this, however. As soon as there is the wish to penetrate into
    • particularly by this research in the nineteenth century. One can
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    • other planets in their several constellations were brought
    • association of the fixed stars with the several planets, they
    • So too with the Sun. So too, they felt Man penetrated with
    • the same law and principle that works in the planetary
    • connected by them, and rightly, with the planetary system.
    • he carries a planetary system within him. Thus in the oldest
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • penetrate more intensively into the life of the external world.
    • penetrate into the super-sensible world. We then look back upon
    • and if we penetrate into the justifiable scientific aspects of
    • that a CONTEMPLATION OF THE FORM into which we penetrate through
    • By penetrating
    • cosmos. And we penetrate into the development of the world by
    • for the higher spiritual world, in which concepts must penetrate
    • biogenetics and compare embryology with phylogeny, they do not
    • Just those who penetrate with genuine scientific
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
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    • with penetrating into human soul life and with asking in what way
    • Nineteenth Century has learned to reflect over the fact as to how
    • gradually evolved from lower animal forms. The Nineteenth Century
    • plants grow, the way in which electricity and magnetism act
    • that comes from the super-sensible worlds and penetrates into the
    • words penetrated into his lungs, continued to vibrate in his
    • to penetrate into the super-sensible parts of the universe became
    • question arises: The smallest manifestations of the magnetic
    • science, of which I am speaking, consequently seeks to penetrate
    • of the will. From the side of thoughts it tries to penetrate into
    • magnetic effects, with the effects of heat and light. We look out
    • phenomena of electricity, magnetism, and heat. Just as the
    • we thus penetrate, through inwardly vivified thought, into the
    • we penetrate to spiritual Sun Beings. In the same way we
    • penetrate through the moon that appears to us physically, to
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    • science, to penetrate into the sphere of the soul and of the
    • who worked very hard to discover how to penetrate into the
    • penetrate as a transformed human being into the super-sensible
    • these very things more intensively, so that one can penetrate
    • Anthroposophy, which aims through its methods to penetrate into
    • longer penetrated by it subjectively, because it stands before us
    • we penetrate through spiritual investigation, the soul-spiritual
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    • members of human nature interpenetrate in a way which cannot at
    • penetrate, as it were, below the surface of the human form, into
    • penetrates into our sense perceptions from the earth's
    • coming from every planetary movement and from every constellation
    • and in the streams descending from the planetary movements and
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • certain danger. It cannot quite penetrate into the mere world of
    • phenomena; above all it is unable to penetrate into this world of
    • him his own being and without penetrating into a free realm in
    • Try to penetrate
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    • monotonous. With our whole soul we should penetrate into the way
    • we must penetrate into them in a spiritual-scientific way,
    • is not a theory, but something which can penetrate into the
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    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • penetrate the human soul at this time: out of the blood and hatred
    • the nineteenth and up to the present day — evolving so proudly
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    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • centuries, especially from the nineteenth century until today, with
    • must penetrate us today when we think of the great misery of our
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    • who penetrate into the inner currents of human evolution can detect
    • penetrate deeply into our own souls, to immerse ourselves, as it
    • if we so strengthen our spiritual powers that they can penetrate
    • Science as it penetrates the outer world. To-day these two paths are
    • to strengthen the powers of understanding in order to penetrate the
    • taught his disciples rather to penetrate the
    • which they became articulate. Thus arose the science of penetrating
    • of a mystic descent into the inner being. Before man can penetrate to
    • who would fain penetrate into you from the world of Maya, the outer
    • must penetrate behind this veil of colour and sound around you. Shun
    • knew only the lower Devas and were therefore taught: ‘Penetrate
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    • Egypt. We realise this the more strongly when we try to penetrate
    • the mysteries of the course of the planets round the Sun, I have
    • seemed to me as though I have actually penetrated to the mysterious
    • stars and planets and the other Gods. The Egyptians saw in the
    • not penetrate to the depths of his soul, he does not reach the
    • he beholds Man he must penetrate through the outer form to the
    • penetrate into his body he would have to pass through the
    • the Planets moving across the constellations. In all the mysteries
    • the moving Planets and the Zodiac. The earlier forms of the letters
    • form, but penetrate to his inner being. What we see externally are
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • salt — even if very little — has penetrated. It suffices for
    • water, spins a network out of its own blood system. This spreads out in
    • however, air penetrates, as the animal must be exposed to both air and
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    • penetrado en la tierra.
    • año. Así, las estaciones se interpenetran. Cuando la tierra se
    • espiritual y de la visión espiritual debe penetrar la oscuridad del
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • self-observation enable us to penetrate to the nature and being of what
    • penetrate into its world. This renunciation is entirely justified if we
    • sleep. And in Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge one can penetrate still
    • circulation, and is in fact a copy of the planetary movements of our
    • the planets, but that we are inserted into something which is a copy, so
    • to speak in miniature, of our planetary cosmos or rather of its
    • something which is a copy of the planetary movements of our solar
    • going to sleep to waking is, so to say, in a little planetary cosmos.
    • the experience of a copy of the planetary cosmos during the night. In
    • experience we have received from the copies of the planetary
    • and cannot experience this planetary existence. The fact is, they are in
    • that enabled him to enter into the experience of the planets and not
    • in the planets came as a result of taking with one out of the experience
    • time to explain more fully the planetary experience, you will not take
    • offence when I say at once that following on the planetary experience
    • stage of sleep in the copy of the planetary movements, he now lives in
    • experience the difference between the Sun as a planet and as a fixed
    • astronomies the Sun counted at the same time as a planet and also in a
    • actually, in this experience, planetary qualities; we learn to know the
    • have from the planetary experiences alone. We owe it to the experience
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    • Anthroposophical tenets quickly, and they will find it very
    • to look for scientific confirmation of the tenets of Karma and
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    • penetrate to the fact that the origin of a living creature
    • classified quite exactly how, for instance, hornets develop
    • things lightly, we do not wish to penetrate to the depths,
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    • nonetheless changeable, for at every moment they have a
    • be used. But we shall attain to a real penetration and
    • interpenetrate. All the instruments of the senses, all organs
    • mineral kingdoms interpenetrate. And in a human being, the
    • penetrate with its cognitive forces only into the mineral
    • Our world consists of interpenetrating regions; only if we
    • penetration into Spiritual Science. The world is constructed
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    • not penetrated this field sufficiently or formed a merely
    • the ability to penetrate into the fundamentals of human
    • through this find the Divinity interpenetrating the world.
    • keys, two intersecting triangles and the planetary signs. All
    • penetrate all that surrounds us in the physical world —
    • who suspects the mysteries of existence but cannot penetrate
    • he suspects that the planet Earth is not simply that physical
    • which I said that he endeavored to penetrate both nature and
    • deeper, especially during the nineties of the 18th century. These
    • — a soul into which a new element has penetrated. We
    • ripe so that he is worthy to truly penetrate into the spirit
    • soul penetrates into the secrets of the world of spirit
    • gone, but he can see the spiritual world. Night penetrates
    • Divine-Spiritual that inter-penetrates and permeates the
    • perceive if we penetrate that which covers it like a veil.
    • penetrate the mysteries of this powerful work.
    • penetrate the secrets of this second part. Dumb will be the
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • penetrated into the whole earthly evolution. Let us feel this
    • thought, deepening and penetrating into the meaning of
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    • to penetrate to the real meaning of the works of Aristotle.
    • thought concerning the movements of the planets round the
    • Copernicus arrive at the conception that the planets move
    • impossible conception. Men had to suppose that the planets
    • of the planets.” He expressed his system of the
    • result! The Sun was placed in the centre while the planets
    • Jupiter which encircle him as the planets do the Sun. It was
    • the Sun with his planets. This discovery confirmed the
    • ever being able to penetrate behind the veil of the world
    • of the planets.
    • already penetrate further into the soul. This second channel
    • he penetrates the things with his reason and then proceeds
    • and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries, but in such a
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    • beginning of the ’nineties of the eighteenth century.
    • nineteenth century may be said to have opened up the
    • the nineteenth century, it was shown by the facts which
    • planets. — It has always been a difficulty for science
    • ourselves a body, whether planet or molecule, upon which
    • other planets or other molecular bodies, How does it happen
    • outer impacts the two bodies, whether molecules or planets,
    • earlier planetary evolution, — at that spiritual,
    • which have been revealed by the researches of the nineteenth
    • mode of thought. Thinkers who penetrate deeply into the
    • cabinets and from his study, communications went forth to the
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    • planetary system, then such knowledge mingles with the
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    • life — who has become a Cabinet Minister for instance,
    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • striving of the men of our time to penetrate into the
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    • World-Karma, they cannot penetrate what they so well
    • upon the life of the nineteenth century? The type of humanity,
    • said Mill, which the nineteenth century developed, is
    • really was for the whole course of the nineteenth century. She
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    • inclinations of the feeling life. In the nineteenth century
    • ‘Sun-and-Planet movement.’ He called it the
    • ‘Sun-and-Planet movement,’ because he was actually
    • guided by the way the revolutions of the Planets round the Sun
    • this is a beginning. The movement of the Sun and Planets is
    • the significance for the Earth of the Sun-and-Planetary
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    • of Golgotha had penetrated with shattering effect into
    • middle of the nineteenth century, though in stammering accents
    • so penetrate you that you say to yourself: “When these
    • healing power, a healing power which penetrates even into
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • legend received this form those who had penetrated into the
    • penetrated and convinced by the feelings and ideas that I have
    • not yet penetrated it. But precisely at such a time the soul
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • shaped on Earth, endeavour to follow the interpenetration of this
    • domain, cannot, as yet, penetrate into it and organize it. Therefore
    • interpenetrates, permeates man; it affects three aspects of his
    • in accordance with the extent of the interpenetration of the
    • to penetrate deeply into human nature. In what respects has man been
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • the Archangels can penetrate into the inner being of man and this
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    • The Mission of the Planetary Epochs of Old Saturn,
    • The Mission of the Planetary Epochs of Old Saturn,
    • national and racial characteristics may, nonetheless, provoke
    • substance”. But he who penetrates into the being of natural
    • present planetary form. The forces of the Spirits of Will and the
    • we see how the radiations from the centre influence our Earth planet.
    • Our planet therefore is so constituted that the Spirits of Will (or
    • look upon our planet in this way: at the meeting-place of the
    • just as much part of our planet as the water or dry land — a
    • towards the centre of our planet we are aware of the presence of
    • sum up, therefore: In the forces of Nature upon our planet, in earth,
    • see how they operate in our Earth planet, how they form it out of the
    • the planetary epochs of Old Saturn, Old Sun, and Old Moon before it
    • planetary epochs of the Earth the Hierarchical Beings had their
    • all conceptions change from one planetary condition to another it is
    • incarnations or planetary epochs of our Earth could be fulfilled and
    • were obliged to work together in each of these planetary epochs in a
    • planetary mission was necessary. The whole world of the Hierarchies
    • had to suffer the birth and death of a planet in order to bring about
    • was predominant for a time in earlier planetary epochs in various
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    • Spiritual Hierarchies and their Reflection in the physical World. Zodiac, Planets, Cosmos.]
    • These have their centre in the other five planets, in Saturn,
    • abnormal Spirits of Form who are centred in the several planets. Thus
    • potential centres of influence where these reflected planetary forces
    • planetary forces are concentrated and are manifested in the external
    • accordance with the right astrological conjunction of planetary
    • etc. It is an image of cosmic activity and reflects the planetary
    • forces concentrated in the individual planetary Spirits (with the
    • unique way; they permeate his vital energies, they penetrate even
    • you now move over to Asia you will find there likewise the planetary
    • branches out in various directions to form a network. This part of
    • other, the planetary forces work into the sympathetic nervous system,
    • the influence of the new planetary constellation, the cooperation of
    • observes how, in the nineteenth century, a representative of these
    • the nineteenth century. The descendant of the brown race did not
    • after the five planets, whereas the normal Spirits of Form are
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    • which enabled them to penetrate deeply into the spiritual worlds.
    • the gradual awakening of the ‘I’ and the penetration of
    • etheric body, and interpenetrating the physical body, acquired the
    • penetrates into the ego and sets the blood pulsating so too the inner
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    • Ahriman approached from outside and penetrated into the vast arena of
    • advent of certain powers which penetrated into his inner being and
    • then, does the Luciferic influence act? It penetrates into the astral
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    • has penetrated into the human ‘I’. With the world mission
    • Hegel in the nineteenth century seem far removed from the sphere of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • further we penetrate into the details of Teutonic mythology, the more
    • planets, to Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus and Mercury, and that these
    • of the Cosmos, out of the atmosphere, out of planetary spheres, in
    • that were suitable to the human souls descending from the planetary
    • planetary heights and who, during the Atlantean epoch, had come back
    • descended from planetary spheres with that which springs out of the
    • nineteen hundred years ago can have little understanding of the
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    • Science is allowed to penetrate into our civilisation. It can give a
    • one outside the other, but their forces mutually interpenetrate, they
    • the rape of Persephone by Pluto and her captivity in the nether world
    • genetic change has been and still is in human nature. It changes us
    • genetic forces represented in Greek mythology, forces which are
    • man from the spiritual world. And the force which penetrates into
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    • could not penetrate the matter with intellect, but it lived in his
    • associated with the solid mass of the planet, was for the Greeks the
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    • be seen by Beings then dwelling upon the outer planets as they gaze
    • evolve towards the future structure of our planet.
    • of Beings working on another planet who yearn after some other
    • neighbouring planet Venus. This was of course not experienced by the
    • Venus. The Greek did not see just the physical planet, he saw
    • worlds, this is how the Greek saw the planets and the fixed stars. He
    • this we find the difference between all the planetary gods and the
    • the essential differences between the planetary spirits and the
    • planetary residuum, as stars, will be out there in the universe and
    • of Jupiter from its future planetary neighbours. One must clearly
    • the planet Venus, and of the connection of other gods with other
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    • who expects a glib solution will not easily penetrate to the truth. The
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    • Greek used splendid pictures which really penetrate far deeper into
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    • penetrate at all into what we are as physical bodily organism; it is
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • impossible to penetrate further, we can only reach as far as the
    • ‘Is there really any means of penetrating into what is
    • penetrate into the nature of things. Hence in the lectures on
    • penetrate into his inmost being, which otherwise is only reflected by
    • we intend to penetrate into spiritual worlds is — not a
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    • hierarchies penetrated into man from below; these forces which,
    • the ancient Sun planet come to life again, repeating in the present
    • dwelling-place extends to the other planets as well — the most
    • aura, when seen from the front, acquires a kind of coronet, a wreath
    • what I have just been saying in such a matter of fact way penetrates
    • ‘wonders’ the further we penetrate into the
    • but because we are penetrating further and further into it —
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    • different way, by gazing with penetration upon what was current among
    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • out on all sides when we try to penetrate the widths of space with
    • present-day consciousness it tries to penetrate into cosmic
    • and penetrate behind our ego-consciousness into our own being, when
    • penetrate into our own inner being. We can be very clearly aware of
    • gods. But in order to reach these we have first to penetrate through
    • press further and further into ourselves and by penetrating with the
    • into the sphere of our own organisation, with the Christ we penetrate
    • whether we penetrate below into the sphere of the sub-earthly gods,
    • the upper gods; below we penetrate into the world of the true
    • penetrated by the cleansing process we have had to undergo. Because
    • century and on into the nineteenth, Aristotle began to be studied
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    • When we try to penetrate
    • If we try to penetrate
    • of the Greek Tragedians, penetrates Roman life in the epoch. Once again
    • of course one who tried to penetrate into the very soul of Raphael and his
    • disappear, but may it not be said that they exist nonetheless in other
    • could not penetrate into these mysteries through printed writing. In
    • away. Nonetheless he will still be living in mankind, for in him humanity
    • forever germinate and bear fruit.” Every human soul who can penetrate
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    • of the wrath of Achilles: — And the more deeply we penetrate into
    • question which penetrated deeply into the heart. How in this Iliad, as well
    • delicately indicated at the end of Kalevala the penetration of the most
    • forward with regard to the growth of humanity. But for those who penetrate
    • but clairvoyant powers, penetrate into the hidden forces of existence,
    • like magnetism in physical matter. They looked up into the spiritual
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    • to-day is able to penetrate into
    • by the reciprocal laws of planetary movement, by the pattern of the
    • laid down for them by planetary movements. And then, in the
    • planets.
    • planetary activity in the outer world can be inwardly experienced,
    • inner planetary experience in company with the earth's elemental
    • which shine out around St. John's Day. Seen from other planets,
    • being of light to the etheric eyes of other planetary beings. That is
    • shine out into cosmic space as brightly for other planetary beings as
    • if he penetrates through his environment to the spiritual; if he
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    • Earth from some other planet, it would appear to us as a great
    • and thunder; they penetrate far down, so that the whole course of the
    • deeply penetrating influence on our head, and so on the whole
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    • which is subject to planetary life, something else can be seen. As
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    • festival, we shall need to penetrate much more spiritually into the
    • the planetary forces of our planetary system, supported by the
    • penetrated into the mysteries of Uriel.
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    • does not hinder his forces from coming to us; they penetrate through
    • penetrate right through the Earth in winter and permeate us as an
    • his forces penetrate up through the Earth and live in all that comes
    • accordance with his need. But if this substance penetrates into the
    • planetary system, and with all the interwoven activities of Raphael,
    • opportunity occurs in the Earth's planetary sphere: even the souls
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    • natural science on into the nineteenth century. This natural
    • 'twenties of the nineteenth century the writings of Copernicus
    • incarnation of the planet Earth. [The reference here is to
    • soul to soul, penetrating these souls quite irrespectively of
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    • consciousness penetrates deeply into the souls of the Apostles,
    • planet. As mountains and rivers are around us here, so were the
    • planets of the solar system around the Sun-Hero during the time
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    • penetration at all this wretchedness as had Jesus of Nazareth;
    • secret cult and secret tenets at certain places in Palestine.
    • Judaism for those of the Essenes. As, however, the tenets
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    • that the penetrating insight with which he could behold those
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    • scientific results of any consequence penetrate, are
    • scientific education, can we penetrate further along the path
    • penetrate with it into the external rhythm of the world, and
    • spiritual rhythm underlying all things; we penetrate into the
    • With this vital thinking, however, we can now penetrate deeper
    • Faced with the needle of a magnet, we know that there is only
    • magnetism. This direction is exceptional; to all other
    • through the rotation of ninety degrees from the vertical
    • vital thought, something with which we can penetrate into the
    • also penetrate into the eternal substance of man. We can
    • penetrate with exactitude into the meaning of human
    • of mathematics, we can penetrate into the facts and
    • that of mathematics with which to penetrate into the higher
    • penetrating with mathematics of this kind into worlds that we
    • cannot otherwise penetrate, we extend the scientific attitude
    • of the world, its gestures and its mask. Only when we penetrate
    • at the soul, so it seeks to penetrate through natural laws, not
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    • penetrate and analyse the bodily functions from without; yet
    • so that we cannot see how it can penetrate dynamically the life
    • impenetrable, so that for psychology much the same is true of
    • which, by means of an advanced psychology, penetrates to the
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    • different temper of soul if we are to penetrate into the real
    • This philosopher of the second half of the nineteenth century
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    • at the laws of the universe, could also penetrate without
    • to penetrate below the surface of things to their inner
    • penetrate beyond them if, within his ordinary consciousness, he
    • he can penetrate directly into his deepest self. If we
    • make the mystic's attempt to penetrate into our innermost self
    • the cosmos allows us to penetrate it to gain super-sensible
    • penetration is precisely our knowledge of self.
    • seriously, to penetrate inside man, and there will then be
    • world leads to knowledge of self, penetration into the depths
    • most part — some ninety per cent, in fact — he is a
    • with rarefied physical experience. When we begin to penetrate
    • would know the world, penetrate your own depths. Your own
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    • again to vital thought, by which in fact we can penetrate not
    • capacity for love. With this, we penetrate into things so as to
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    • observation sprang entirely from the spirit of the nineteenth
    • of development in mankind, to penetrate to the self after all.
    • he might perfectly well be a Cabinet Minister! This shows the
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    • throughout the nineteenth century. And as the social
    • the planet was actually like which preceded the earth,
    • where, throughout the nineteenth century, the best minds sought
    • European educators in the nineteenth century tried to discover
    • thought. It is the men of the early part of the nineteenth
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    • stronger and stronger as the nineteenth century wore on. It
    • of the nineteenth century, of what we may call the search
    • nineteenth century.
    • the nineteenth century in Europe the historical school
    • Among leading personalities there developed in the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, the essence of the state became, for
    • individual. In the nineteenth century, when intellectualism
    • nineteenth century, this was carried so far that now what
    • nineteenth century who argued ingeniously against the view that
    • believed in the nineteenth century, however, and right down to
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    • future, can come neither by enjoying what penetrates our body from within
    • and is capable of penetrating our body, enjoying it inwardly, and that
    • inward enjoyments along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • to this penetration into our spiritual scientific stream has often been
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    • towards the future, can come neither by enjoying what penetrates
    • of penetrating our body, enjoying it inwardly, and that  which
    • enjoyment along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • necessary for this penetration into our spiritual scientific stream
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    • 900 marks. That's 21 million people. Ninety five
    • such things penetrate into human souls, then something will be
    • there have been people who in the first half of the nineteenth
    • planetary spirit that changes itself into other planets on
    • half of the nineteenth century. You read his work like a
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    • Greek art-spirit. We see the nineteenth century, inspired by
    • the nineteenth century, that wonderful, yet, after all,
    • grand style, was achieved by the architects of the nineteenth
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    • in order finally to erect genetically from the materials of all
    • seek to penetrate into his hidden technique, by re-creating him in
    • the nineteenth century and is to-day forgotten, uttered a very
    • when we shall try to penetrate still deeper into this question,
    • peculiarity, it is difficult to penetrate to him, although everyone
    • and wanted to do as a kind of invitation to penetrate deeper into
    • and perfectly human manner, penetrate the secrets of the world.
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    • penetration of things, and a more correct view of the world by rising
    • understanding human soul-power, which does not penetrate into high
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    • rich, many-sided, far-reaching and deeply-penetrating life to human
    • existence, passes through the physical world and penetrates to the
    • world. Step by step we will endeavour to penetrate into that which
    • penetrate behind these secrets and arrive at the real meaning. But
    • the signs of the planets, drawn in a wonderful way, a flying dragon
    • a way of penetrating to the deeper meaning. So Goethe left
    • of a sharp, penetrating mind; he was not an unpractical man. He was
    • Agrippa von Nettesheim
    • lower one the physical — with the signs of the planets in the
    • corners of the interlaced triangles, such forces penetrated through
    • them that he really had the shining planets before him as the
    • If we could penetrate every word of this formula we should
    • where the soul penetrating ever deeper and deeper, bursts at last
    • The way in which we can penetrate from the outer to the
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    •  The deeps with heavenly light are penetrated;
    • discovery of paper money, cannot penetrate to the worlds
    • carries in him the soul and spirit which can penetrate these
    • during his Frankfort period. He knew what it meant to penetrate
    • forms of the sense-world of what penetrates into this sense-world
    • this scene is meant to be: Faust's penetration to the first stages
    • cannot hold her. He must penetrate further into the spiritual
    • body which has not yet penetrated into the human realm.
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    • in his own head the being of the Earth-planet itself. He said:
    • my own image of the Earth-planet.’ Exactly as our modern man
    • old refer his entire head to the Earth-planet. A considerable
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    • interpenetrated and interwoven with Spirit. The Oriental of
    • Oriental felt the whole of Nature penetrated with the elemental
    • the Third Hierarchy in the planetary existence, in all that
    • lives in the whole planetary system belonging to the Earth.
    • Spirits, whose life is beyond the planetary existence. Thus did
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    • him, penetrate him and become part of him. In that earlier age,
    • Hierarchies are themselves spiritual substance that penetrates
    • 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.
    • other what remained to him from vision and penetration into the
    • left the Earth and sought a place for itself in the planetary
    • indeed! For only by means of spiritual vision can one penetrate
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    • penetrating the illusion and coming to real true Being.
    • overpowering and so penetrating that one can never get beyond
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    • the Spiritual Beings who guide the worlds of the planets, who
    • Beings of Intelligence in the planetary processes, he was led
    • within its bounds, and had even penetrated right into Asia
    • could never have produced. He penetrates as far as India.
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    • condition of warmth must never be allowed to penetrate the
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    • third of the nineteenth century, is born a longing to speak to
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    • that until the nineteenth century mankind was childish and
    • last third of the nineteenth century hardly any human beings
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    • of thought derived from natural science has already penetrated
    • penetrate into the super-sensible, spiritual worlds. Above all,
    • now penetrated, and from which, with our strengthened thinking,
    • Through this gate of knowledge we have now penetrated into the
    • were, that the whole world is interpenetrated and interwoven by
    • when we have penetrated to this silence, when the soul feels
    • a picture by which you penetrated into the silence of the
    • interpenetrated by moving, weaving spirit — though finer
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    • magnetism or the force of heat, — so, that the ideals are
    • just as real as electricity and magnetism, only they are not
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    • enjoyment of life, but again and again we must penetrate
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    • This happened in the forties of the nineteenth century
    • spiritual science has not penetrated the culture of our time,
    • for it has penetrated the heads of its opponents. Spiritual
    • attacks against the penetration of the spiritual world. It is
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    • the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to penetrate
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • Among the Chaldean's wisdom, the wise penetration into the
    • spiritual sphere in order that we may penetrate to the
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
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    • laws, or by the network of unities of situation, time, place,
    • Goethe had faced in thought. Goethe could not penetrate this
    • Whoever penetrates the intellectual exchanges between Goethe
    • Such a rectoral address, heard at the close of the nineteenth
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    • for those whose vision penetrates more deeply, the same truth
    • magnetic union. It is also through this fact that we possess a
    • the magnetic union between his etheric and physical bodies.
    • who lived to be ninety-one; only seven
    • ninety-one. His relatives had had to wait so long for their
    • tragedy of the ninety-one year old Sophocles, however, will be
    • be adduced to show under what deep layers we must penetrate in
    • living penetration into a comprehensive view of nature is
    • You granted me, but let me penetrate
    • penetration of soul. The scene beginning, “Spirit sublime, thou
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    • gradually been introduced since the nineteenth century, and a
    • man was trying to penetrate were really comprehensive systems
    • it nonetheless. He really passes through it. Here we touch the
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    • interpenetrated with thoughts, and it is possible to read the
    • the will of the cosmos shall penetrate earthly conditions in
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    • of the nineteenth century termed “private foolishness.” To
    • scientists try to penetrate the depths of the soul's life.
    • psychoanalyzed, when we have penetrated its deepest regions
    • part of the soul. Nonetheless, the most perverted findings must
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    • the nineteenth century. The biographical sketch
    • We have often experienced this in the nineteenth century and up
    • penetrate the secrets of occult existence. From this point of
    • penetrating the mysterious aspects of existence. These aspects
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    • social character upon the life of the nineteenth century lead?
    • developed in the nineteenth century and asked how the bourgeois
    • deteriorated to the bourgeois liberalism of the nineteenth
    • course of the nineteenth century. She appeared at the very time
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    • Venetian Republic invited him to teach there, appreciating him
    • that in the middle of the nineteenth century we reached the
    • of the nineteenth century continue to develop further? In the
    • things have really gone in some fields. Indeed, the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century have written, and you will find at what
    • representing profoundly decisive views of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century.
    • external life. Do they not gradually penetrate into this
    • ancestors, which he denied, but which was nonetheless in his
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    • bore obvious fruit during the nineteenth century: in the rise
    • of the world and really to penetrate the course of human
    • planets.” He spoke of it thus because he was really guided by
    • the planets around the sun. He had actually brought down and
    • and the planets is copied. Since the movements of the sun and
    • the planets possess a profound significance for our earth when
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    • over from earlier planetary stages in which the spiritual
    • planetary evolution because this begins with the archai, the
    • and pointed out that in the period of materialism of the nineteenth
    • century, this truth has been exactly reversed in Sinnet's book,
    • eighth sphere in the sense indicated by Sinnet or Blavatsky,
    • Just read the nineteenth chapter of the Koran;
    • before 1870 and established magnetic centers in the North,
    • magnetic centers established by Bismarck had been at work,
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    • planets are connected with our earth and with it revolve
    • also having their planets. And if men notice what kind of
    • The Foundation of Culture in the Nineteenth Century,
    • be done only when man finds the courage really to penetrate
    • the truths of life are concerned. For penetrating spiritual
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    • century, all through the nineteenth, and especially so far as
    • course of the nineteenth century you will see that the
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    • soul-spiritual lights up and, from the other side, penetrates
    • form penetrate those of the spirits of wisdom, the formative
    • heritage down to the nineteenth century — abstract
    • nineteenth century there came something startling. Man
    • was lost. The nineteenth century was needed to rediscover him
    • nineteenth century — the eighteenth century too but
    • particularly the nineteenth — was needed to rediscover
    • something startling to men of the nineteenth century; it
    • refer to one fact only. In the beginning of the nineties of
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    • of real penetration into the depths of the spiritual world;
    • last half-hundred of years in the nineteenth century. And
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    • is buzzing in some particular bonnet, and is supposed to be
    • is to-day, has gradually in the course of the nineteenth
    • that, more or less from the first third of the nineteenth
    • life, in the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth
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    • penetrating and profound knowledge about the two problems.
    • penetrate into the real spiritual world.
    • pictures, but that we have the means to penetrate into this
    • by taking into our souls the first available means to penetrate
    • Having now penetrated into the spiritual world when it is
    • penetrate into the spiritual world by imagination,
    • evolution to the human being and really penetrate the
    • our inner experience enables us to penetrate further into
    • penetrate into the material sphere. We then experience what our
    • appreciate the independence of our experience. In penetrating
    • certainly easier to want to penetrate the mysteries of life
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    • for penetrating into the real nature of history. But if we then
    • pursued as psychology hardly penetrates into the true self,
    • forms the organism. We penetrate below the thresh-hold of
    • consciousness, we penetrate to a sphere that we constantly
    • can always penetrate even deeper. The money then expands. We
    • forces that seek to penetrate more deeply into history have
    • easier than being able to penetrate the mysteries of human life
    • knowledge it is not possible to penetrate the sphere that is
    • astray. We need a science of history that can penetrate to
    • penetrated the laws of the heavens, as these things were done
    • penetrated further than is possible with the
    • today, laws that penetrate deeper than the purely intellectual,
    • impulses that penetrate into our feelings and our
    • already, but laws which penetrate the human soul to the point
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    • his soul to penetrate the inner activity of his thinking he can
    • yet, the real method, the real way of penetrating to
    • penetrating any world except the one in which it is not
    • from penetrating into the super-sensible worlds. We observe this
    • were always people who penetrated into the spiritual worlds,
    • life, to acquire strength, in order to penetrate up into the
    • Bois-Reymond said was right — that we cannot penetrate to
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    • especially in the nineteenth century. Anthroposophy,
    • cannot penetrate the real soul and spirit of man.
    • unsatisfactory if it attempts by itself to penetrate to
    • more one penetrates into the mysteries of the will (I can only
    • penetrate into the realm lying between the two thoughts —
    • expressed by the great educators of the nineteenth
    • the beginning of the nineties] on the basis of such
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    • outlook can penetrate the mysteries of the world as is done in
    • admit that having penetrated this smallest of worlds, he finds
    • show more and more by penetrating into the smallest particles
    • be for sound human progress, they can never penetrate the real
    • penetration of the will into the soul life which
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world by means of the science
    • particles of iron filings by a magnetic force, but which is
    • in a certain formal structure like a magnetic force.
    • penetrating scientists of the 19th century. Here, too,
    • or state of something that has been preceded in planetary
    • transformation of an earlier planet, in which we existed
    • an earlier planet, which has been transformed into the present
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    • West, the Darwinistic element penetrated into the theory of
    • writings — articles written in the eighties and nineties,
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    • Connection with the Planet Earth and with the Stars Above,
    • Geistigen Zusammenhang Mit dem Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt.
    • Connection with the Planet Earth and with the Stars Above,
    • Geistigen Zusammenhang Mit dem Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt.
    • chief beings who dwell on a planetary-cosmic body at a given
    • far more inward connection with his own planet, as such than
    • when we can penetrate to those Beings who lie at the bottom
    • development of our planet. If you recollect this, you will
    • connection of man with his planetary life.
    • look up to that which unites him with his planet, and through
    • his planet with the whole Cosmos. He must feel
    • to penetrate through that sense-illusion to the true essence,
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    • science having in the nineteenth century Julius Robert Mayer
    • actively to penetrate what today must prevail as spiritual in
    • end of the nineteenth century, that since the last third of
    • the nineteenth century it has been necessary for mankind to
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    • does net proceed from mere physical hereditary evolution, for
    • penetrated by spiritual science, we may knew that they have
    • and do not penetrate the reality, came vividly before our
    • and currents which penetrate through the words. Men have to
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    • space, three tenets are to be found, but modern science bases
    • he concealed in his third tenet -but no account is ever taken
    • of that third tenet. The observations made do not agree with
    • tenet of Copernicus has not been taken into account. Because
    • to the penetration by spiritual science of our modern
    • one's penetration sharp for what is necessary for our time
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    • things. In the spiritual life of the nineteenth century the
    • whatever to penetrate into the inner being and inner nature
    • see a planet in the sky. There is nothing of the
    • Divine-Spiritual in anything upon that planet except in
    • another planet. Living an the Earth as you do, you will find
    • to one of the other planets it will be much easier for you to
    • planetary evolution.
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    • penetrating these secrets and more or, less unconsciously
    • penetrate into nature we come to true reality in a much
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    • penetrates to the spiritual world through super-sensible
    • is that a man can only penetrate into the spiritual world
    • desires to penetrate into the spiritual world as an
    • world which it tries to penetrate consciously; no trace of
    • condition in which the soul penetrates into the spiritual
    • specifically. As he tries to penetrate inwardly into
    • forms — they are living thought-forms — he penetrates
    • the soul of the seer penetrates into spiritual reality which
    • music, the seer must penetrate still further than the sphere
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world, knowing that the
    • the next stages penetration into the spiritual world would be
    • artistic originality is spoilt by endeavors to penetrate into
    • flutters above the reality, does not penetrate to the true
    • nevertheless. Clairvoyant consciousness penetrates to this
    • This is necessary for all art which seeks to penetrate into
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    • the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to penetrate
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • Among the Chaldean's wisdom, the wise penetration into the
    • spiritual sphere in order that we may penetrate to the
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
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    • namely, the possibility of understanding and penetrating the
    • be the planetary Spirit of the Earth. And because the most
    • penetrated as far as the ego. Now it must take into this ego
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    • cabinets, at the clinic and so forth, and then considering: is
    • but — like a sealing wax impression in a signet
    • actually be penetrated — Thus one obtains a science that
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    • too insipid an attitude for progress. When in the nineteenth
    • justified in the nineteenth century, which kindled noble
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    • penetrates all parts of the organism has the task to absorb
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    • immemorial, the belief has existed that life on this planet
    • perception penetrates deeply into the foundation of
    • of light cannot penetrate to the surface of life, causing
    • point where a simple living creature is penetrated by a beam
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    • primordial human wisdom that penetrates beneath the surface
    • attain spiritual leadership and work on a new planet from
    • outside. By then our present planet will have fulfilled its
    • planetary existence will arise, and humanity will be gods on
    • that planet. The human bodily nature, forsaken by the spirit,
    • planet, and that which will be a lower kingdom. The earth
    • planet, just as the beings that now lead us were human beings
    • on the previous planet. This illustrates how the earth is
    • stage we have reached on the earth. On the future planet
    • previous planet the cosmos of wisdom. On the earth love is to
    • previous planet. Peculiar legendary creatures wandered about,
    • to the next planet, as wisdom was originally brought over
    • gods as bringers of wisdom; the humanity on the next planet
    • through beings who were humans on the previous planet. Thus,
    • beings on the previous planet attained the height of wisdom.
    • instinctive on the previous planet, as love is instinctive
    • now. On the previous planet, a creative instinct of wisdom
    • blemished, but it penetrates into mortals; he brings external
    • Lucifer comes from the old planet; his task on this one is
    • was good on the old planet is no longer so when transferred
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    • the spirit. Spiritual knowledge must penetrate a human's
    • ”I.” Ordinary knowledge penetrates only as far as
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    • the secrets nature holds, but not as impenetrably deep as
    • The human spirit is certainly capable of penetrating nature's
    • that must penetrate the plant to enable the seeds to mature
    • said about delving into one's inner being. This penetrating
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    • viewpoint. No seeker after Truth of the nineteenth century
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    • the Kingdom of Heaven; it penetrates everything physical. As
    • refer to clarity, but to the fact that it penetrated through
    • generation, from human race to human race, from planet to
    • planet; the Being that endures through all transformations.
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    • one's hand and their penetration in one's etheric body. This grasp in
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    • others. Into the concepts of rights there penetrated the concept of the
    • penetration of culture into the West, economic life took on more and more
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    • circulation of the blood and penetrated into the organic
    • penetrate into its more intimate fundamental character, we
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    • argument against a more penetrating knowledge of the
    • this lecture we shall penetrate into the depths of
    • Also planets develop through different incarnations:
    • drops of Christ Jesus penetrate into the individual human
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    • two states of consciousness interpenetrate.
    • spiritual science we therefore say; Two cycles interpenetrate
    • INTERPENETRATE, continue their development separately and again
    • interpenetrate. How wonderful is this secret of life! Two
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    • and wants to penetrate now through the organization of the brain, of
    • most, the impression penetrates the liquid (but it dissolves) and at
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    • can penetrate into concrete details, the effectiveness of matter in
    • but it is not the same. Sälde means being penetrated by
    • stuck to the earthly. And then one sensed that one became penetrated
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    • was actually in the course of the nineteenth century that
    • this until the middle of the nineteenth century, for a very
    • here in Berlin in the middle of the nineteenth century in an
    • disappeared in the middle of the nineteenth century. Right up
    • planets through the constellations, giving the planetary
    • magnetism, and so on, are the basic forces of the material
    • Thus we see that two worlds interpenetrate; one of them can be
    • a way we can penetrate by means of our concepts and their
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    • course of the planets and eclipses of the sun and moon. In
    • from the clock face, the planetary dial, and all the other
    • ordinary cabinet secretary if he had been brought up
    • personality of the nineteenth century will no longer be
    • the planet did not look like the earth does now but entirely
    • earlier planetary conditions has been externalized and we see
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    • When we penetrate external reality with our senses, we can say,
    • we penetrate to the hidden forces at work in the
    • cannot penetrate to the place where causes originate.
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    • the nineteenth century.
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    • different from that in children born in the nineteenth or
    • strayed towards the left where he should not be is net right
    • sounds, and then find ourselves obliged to penetrate more and
    • onetime abstract words with concrete content.
    • he has the good will to penetrate into material reality in
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    • interpenetrated not with thoughts abstractly expressed but
    • penetrating more deeply into this language the possibility
    • nature. We must learn to penetrate through the abstract
    • there is veneration and penetration of nature that there will
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    • eighteen, nineteen years ago for fifteen years he had been writing a
    • gone on for fifteen years since when eighteen, nineteen years have passed;
    • of world reality have penetrated through the general illusive conceptions.
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    • this particularly apparent today's—which enables him to penetrate
    • penetrate to the sphere of the spirit so that he learns to understand
    • up to the nineteenth century, the other nature, man's breast nature
    • own life, penetrate this life of yours with the thought which is thus
    • penetrate into the spiritual world on that other path, the path of Spiritual
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    • This preference for actually penetrating into the spiritual world without
    • When an attempt is made to penetrate into the spiritual world by anyone
    • penetrating to the spiritual world always means pain. Therefore we have
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • the importance for the present time of penetrating into the world in
    • this penetration, as we may have gathered from the various studies made
    • side. We penetrate to the inner side by trying to become clear how this
    • penetrated in the north are the germ of what later was to arise in human
    • of what happened as the eighteenth century passed into the nineteenth,
    • only by trying to penetrate to the depths of the events affecting mankind.
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    • necessary to meet the lowering of his bodily forces, had he net received
    • century passed into the nineteenth; where does Goetheanism stand with
    • a ghost out of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and not what
    • In this sense it may be said that the whole of the nineteenth century
    • culture of the end of the nineteenth century or even of the twentieth
    • his passing the Guardian of the Threshold in the early nineties of the
    • tale. It was at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth century when
    • even though the nineteenth century has not yet produced human beings
    • of Goetheanism. But it is just the nineteenth century that has had a
    • the nineteenth Century has done everything possible to leave Goetheanism
    • founded the Goethe Society at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth
    • need the courage to understand and penetrate in its ungoethean way what
    • acclaim Goethe's spirit to the same degree as the end of the nineteenth
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    • life. Long before we can happily penetrate to perceiving the
    • penetrate the Higher Worlds, how we can with our own spiritual
    • truth. We can describe this astral or soul-world as penetrating
    • our physical world just like a sponge is penetrated by water.
    • space for everything, because there beings interpenetrate;
    • because the law of the impenetrable is only valid on the
    • or bad, when we are penetrated and experience this in our inner
    • one and the same place. There the law of interpenetration
    • then penetrate the astral world, as for example the physical of
    • of their body being penetrated as the sensory object senses,
    • the most varied feelings appear when you penetrate the being,
    • cooperation and hence becomes glowing and penetrated by
    • dedication, a full penetration, while other experiences are
    • When he or she however allows the penetrating feeling: ‘I want
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    • On the other hand there is something which penetrates not only
    • through which one in reality can penetrate into the world,
    • penetrated and which had been revealed in the depths. One wants
    • With world knowledge it is thus: trying to penetrate ever more
    • to penetrate ever more into what is offered in a spiritual
    • world view Goethe had built for himself during the nineties.
    • penetrating the moving target was hardly achieved. In essence,
    • ill during the nineties. This is what made Faust so difficult,
    • Whosoever participates in these steps, really penetrating into
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    • way in which it is penetrated by the monotheistic religions, in which
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    • for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
    • you this, I can understand that it does not penetrate specially deeply
    • time, thou owest to Death which penetrates more and more into the earth-life.
    • which is already the youth of the next planetary embodiment of the earth.
    • opposite pole is that through which weight, gravity, electricity, magnetism,
    • as a kind of theoretical knowledge, and hence they do not penetrate
    • things even perhaps relatively big things, penetrate easily into the
    • truly penetrate right into the heart, into the soul, that it does not
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    • order to penetrate into the secrets of nature. And through
    • penetrate to the sources of life, to unite his own being with
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • often much about it that is abstract; this is penetrated,
    • around the Goethe. These men sought to penetrate beyond what
    • background of the relative. Thus, Fichte tried to penetrate
    • particularly, when Spiritual Science can penetrate our
    • all that can penetrate to man from the spiritual life.
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    • this world so penetrated by movement — the imaginative world
    • not only here in the Moon but this shere penetrates the
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • conscious interpenetration of that which prevails
    • of the nineteenth century there have been working among human
    • Ninety and nine do not do the deed; the hundredth does it.
    • nineteenth century, one treads on very thin ice indeed! But
    • must penetrate it with consciousness; we must learn to know
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    • penetrating influence which he believed it impossible to
    • today in sleep, and no one can penetrate to them unless he
    • become this solid planet on which man can stand at the same
    • not, though the nether
    • penetrating into the being of man, of contributing anything
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    • penetrated by it.
    • — what has being on the earth-planet. What is called
    • the processes of the earth-planet. But man is not earthly man
    • nothing of the different planetary life-forms beyond the
    • Goethe's foreseeing knowledge penetrated deeply in the truths
    • fibre of his soul, to penetrate the being of man, often felt
    • them interpenetrate each other just as spirit and matter do.
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    • nineties of the eighteenth century he believed, as did other
    • have penetration and see the reality instead of distorted
    • penetration note what clever logical reasons man brings
    • depressingly like those of rulers and cabinet ministers.”
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    • are to be able to penetrate the secret of man.
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    • not sensitive enough to penetrate into the regions through
    • know what Goethe had become by the nineties of the eighteenth
    • penetrating the art of the south, of making the spirit of
    • however learned and intelligent, can never penetrate into all
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • the nineteenth century. What Christ brought into the world,
    • the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. To imagine thus that
    • may with their being penetrate what must be accepted in the
    • extolled as the great achievement of the nineteenth century
    • of view, this achievement of the nineteenth century, that
    • the nineteenth century, that still haunts the twentieth, al
    • penetrating into the supersensible, there can be no sure
    • human evolution. At the end of the nineteenth century
    • appeared at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth
    • very deep layer of consciousness. Let us penetrate it, let us
    • the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth
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    • planetary system or the system altogether to which we belong.
    • magnetism, warmth and so on, they can be outwardly observed,
    • us pain. And someone who can penetrate more deeply into these
    • a true penetrating of the own human nature will be able to be
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    • This newly translated lecture is the thirteenth of nineteen lectures
    • This newly translated lecture is the thirteenth of nineteen lectures
    • penetrating into the soul of the time and thoroughly seeking
    • another “I.” A deed penetrates directly, damagingly
    • do you penetrate into his “I”-sphere. You acknowledge
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    • This newly translated lecture is the seventeenth of nineteen lectures
    • This newly translated lecture is the seventeenth of nineteen lectures
    • things come about, than it is to penetrate behind the sensual
    • world is spirit-penetrated, then we can argue that suffering,
    • of earth towards the heights, no feeling of pain penetrates the
    • spirit and can penetrate all. So our earth becomes a living
    • concepts regarding a physical planet on which we are living but
    • linked to a great living being which is our planet. We learn to
    • from all sides it appears that we encounter the physical planet
    • as spiritual; it appears penetrated by spirit. We then learn to
    • which we call the ahrimanic, could penetrate, and after a
    • Their influence penetrates everywhere. Without these
    • still penetrated by the watery element. The softer the earth
    • experiences to be penetrated, then we will see the earth as a
    • ideal and can allow this to penetrate us each moment. No moment
    • a way that knowledge and will impulses are inter-penetrated by
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • Cosmogonies of the Nineteenth Century,
    • scientific reasons. During the first half of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, set themselves to confront the great riddle
    • view was, during the first half of the nineteenth century, to
    • naturalist belonging to the first half of the nineteenth
    • end of the third decade of the nineteenth century, and, seeing
    • development of the nineteenth century, and anyone
    • the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth
    • in the 'nineties, not long before his death, gave utterance to
    • those higher powers, one able to penetrate into worlds hidden
    • in a net of self-delusion.
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    • the habitableness of other planets, but no great significance is
    • down upon the Earth from the outer planets: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars.
    • working of the fixed stars, but also to the working of the planetary
    • Saturn, Jupiter, Mars — the so-called outer planets —
    • consciousness in man. The forces of the inner planets —
    • earthly life, are liken to heaven, related to more distant planetary
    • nearer planets: Mercury, Venus and Moon. The Moon, after all, is
    • led to the planetary spheres.
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    • The planetary spheres work upon man's stages or forms of life.
    • These different stages of life are connected with the planetary
    • forces, the planetary spheres work through his etheric forces.
    • The planetary spheres, therefore, work upon man in a more delicate
    • of life from the planetary spheres.
    • there before him as a sense-perception, then he has penetrated inside
    • penetrate to the other side. And whereas we experience Nature here
    • sense; his consciousness is not forceful enough to penetrate to the
    • realm of the fixed stars and his life-stages from the planetary
    • turn to the planetary spheres. If we wish to understand man's life of
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • the planetary spheres work upon what lies within the outer covering of
    • divergencies simply because people to-day will not penetrate to the
    • is less capable of penetrating the secrets of Nature during sleep.
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    • fundamentally novel, especially for the beginning of the nineteenth
    • penetrating the souls of his hearers in the way described earlier, he
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • however, will penetrate to regions that will lead us nonetheless to
    • We are going to speak of one of the greatest and most penetrating
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    • MORE deeply we penetrate into the occult records of the
    • for instance, how St. John's Gospel, when we penetrate into its
    • anthroposophist in looking out over world and planetary destinies,
    • of mankind, of the earth, of the whole planetary system become his
    • battle. If we would understand a human soul we must penetrate into
    • of his planet, earth. We shall see that this is possible. We know
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    • made in the nineteenth century. It of course is easily proved that
    • fate. It used all its power and magnetic force to draw together the
    • consciousness cannot penetrate. It widens our whole concept of our
    • birth and death. If we do not penetrate into these deeper regions we
    • and thus were drawn by a magnetic power toward this blow of fate. By
    • consciousness, because now, as soon as he penetrates into that realm,
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    • activity has penetrated deeply into the minds of the so-called
    • penetrate into that realm we also discover what it is to be deprived
    • materials of both worlds, it is penetrated by reflections of the
    • able to penetrate with understanding into that third realm.
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    • WE WOULD penetrate into the mysteries of human life we must
    • nineteenth. In ordinary life these developments are observed much too
    • nineteenth century, there have been signs of an altogether different
    • say for instance in the 40's or 50's of the nineteenth century, about
    • the nineteenth. This was the period when the natural scientific mode
    • nineteenth century mysterious forces were at work in man's bodily
    • brain. From the fifteenth to the nineteenth century he saw what was
    • From the fifteenth to the last third of the nineteenth century the
    • this requires an all-pervading thinking, a logic that penetrates to
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    • to the next as we penetrate on and on into the realms of occult
    • planet there are matters that bring it into connection with the whole
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    • followed developed a really penetrating understanding of this poem.
    • fifteenth to the nineteenth century. As a matter of fact, it is most
    • who honestly endeavors to penetrate a later spiritual stream
    • Nevertheless, when he attempts to penetrate them, untrue and
    • Shankaracharya himself, had come again in the nineteenth century and
    • permeates the souls of these nineteenth century men quite
    • sleep-consciousness could still penetrate the higher worlds, it gave
    • concepts. Therefore, one who really penetrates the matter finds no
    • all the keenness of vision of Sankhya, and the deep penetration of
    • approaches the mineral kingdom he feels he can penetrate it and its
    • our present intelligence we cannot penetrate life. The ideal now is
    • not penetrate the plant kingdom as far as he does the mineral. All he
    • is darkness, the words of the Evangelist, “The light shineth in
    • rendered somewhat as follows, “The higher light penetrated as
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    • time the man who can give himself up to knowledge as penetrating as
    • penetrating what lies around him, so that he does not give himself up
    • his own emotions to bear on it and therefore cannot penetrate it to
    • penetrate and perceive the sattwa, rajas, and tamas conditions in
    • soul, which does indeed penetrate to the door of the spiritual but
    • This may penetrate our feelings with deep significance. It may also tell us
    • to penetrate with one's soul into what has flowed into humanity in
    • after all we really penetrate into their depths. Another idea follows
    • penetrate the sacred mysteries. We could not supply you with anything
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    • for anyone wishing to penetrate the Mysteries, the aims and goals that
    • out on all sides. He begins to penetrate into the whole world, to
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    • for the purpose of penetrating into the higher worlds, he develops
    • and also the planets, would have to speak to the plant. That is a
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    • impenetrable veil hides the form of Isis from mortal eyes.”
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    • forces of the Zodiac and planets, particularly of the Sun and Moon. In
    • preparing to penetrate into other regions; he has descended into the
    • and of the Planets, but particularly to the secrets connected with the
    • impressions they once absorbed do not penetrate into modern
    • time evil arts were practised in that place, arts which penetrated
    • nature strong enough to penetrate into the mysteries of the spiritual
    • Hence we must try to penetrate with rational understanding into what
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • our whole planetary evolution? What gave Him this power to rise so
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    • One of the fundamental tenets of occultism, founded on the law of
    • mystery we must penetrate into the laboratory of Nature even more
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • from the Spirit, penetrates into reality and gathers its essence which
    • Could we be said to understand the nature of a magnet if we described
    • we have understood if we say: ‘The magnet is a piece of iron
    • reality which the soul tries to penetrate and master.
    • higher is luminous, penetrated even now by the forces of Manas — that is
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VI: Yoga In East and West (conclusion)
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    • body and is one with the planet. He is one with the Earth and finds
    • himself again within the planetary life.
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    • of Devachan. His task is to penetrate into Devachan, to find the path
    • When the Initiate has penetrated into Devachan, however, he finds that
    • means of which man was enabled to penetrate the world of Devachan. A
    • life. This life has the appearance of a network of vast streams with
    • sound, penetrating by the ears into the brains of others, where images
    • the solar and planetary Word — shines through the myths and
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    • enveloped man like a cloud) subsequently penetrated into the physical
    • and then penetrated within this body, having prepared the organs of
    • than all human, nay, than all planetary life. This power is the Logos.
    • In what does human and planetary life differ from the life of the
    • earthly and planetary experiences are known. Such a mind could live
    • planetary system. It would remain in the sphere of what can be and has
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • penetrate to the heart of everything we encounter. Astral
    • penetrates except by way of the senses.
    • ‘I’ of himself. The divine germ could not have penetrated
    • of life; seven states of life compose one whole period of planetary
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    • sky, nor to any other planet that astronomy might ever discover. The
    • a reincarnation of an earlier planet — of the Old Moon. In this
    • planetary body was composed of a substance somewhat akin to the nature
    • Old Moon, the planetary sphere which has now become our Earth had a
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • play in the planetary system.
    • sees the sun as a fixed star which had previously been a planet and
    • similarly it recognizes the earth as a planet destined to become the
    • not even a planet. The human being was only endowed with a deep trance
    • planets. We in fact can divide our present terrestrial stage into two
    • fluid forces emanating from the planet Mars. Before this passage of
    • language by indicating that the days of the week belong to the planets
    • magnetically acts on this layer and disrupts it. Nevertheless, when
    • influence on the terrestrial fire. The evolution of our planet is
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    • In speaking of the planetary body which preceded our Earth — the
    • penetrating into the brain of man on the Earth they mingled with his
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    • first manifestations of the life of our planetary system and the
    • centre of the planets, including the Sun. The map of the heavens given
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    • the light of men. And the light shineth in the darkness, and
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    • penetrates and interweaves the physical body. When it is
    • Everything pertaining to this planet becomes the body of the
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    • who has penetrated more deeply into Theosophy it is something
    • able to penetrate into higher worlds, all that is, to begin
    • penetrates deeper, one will find more and more. If we want to
    • scripture for those who wish to penetrate deeper and deeper
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • on strings like marionettes. Plants also have group-souls of this kind,
    • are brought into order by the pull of a magnet. He collects this astral
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    • The more deeply we penetrate
    • applies universally. All beings, and all the planets, are subject to
    • the planet we know, it was a very different one. At the beginning of
    • time it was a planet called, in occult science, Saturn. Altogether there
    • of a planet a period when it is not visible and has no outward life. This
    • the old Sun was a planet, and in the course of its incarnations it has
    • worked itself up from the substance and being of a planet to the rank
    • Even on the planet Saturn
    • shone out as Sun. The planet Sun passed through the same process and
    • these four planets Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth — as four separate
    • planets; they are four different conditions of the same planet. They
    • are true metamorphoses of the one planet and all the beings that belong
    • to it are metamorphosed with it. Man has never been on any other planet,
    • woman, old man or woman, so so does a planet. Before Saturn manifested
    • planet which transforms itself, and its beings are transformed with
    • will be three more planets: Jupiter, Venus and Vulcan.
    • There are thus seven planets,
    • hundreds, Planets. We therefore have to multiply the figures, and so we
    • find that our planetary system has to pass through 7 by 7 by 7, or 343
    • body, as with planets today, could be added. Thus on Sun he passed through
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    • one huge body. This was the first stage of our planet.
    • thus a planet made up of fine etheric material and surrounded by an
    • of clothes. The whole planet was bathed in wonderful beauty; it floated
    • ascended higher when we reach the next planetary stage. Although they
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • nineteenth century. European colonists had induced some Red Indians
    • undergo in order to penetrate through illusion to the spirit and the
    • the stars merely physical globes. They looked on each planet as ensouled
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    • the means available on the physical plane. A penetrative thinking can
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    • to the nineteenth century a good deal of information about occult
    • the whole planet. The Earth has become his body; he is buried in the
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    • it is. The pupil must learn about the evolution of sun and planets,
    • the planetary laws, we develop an important line of thought, and this
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • script, through which one can penetrate more deeply into things. An
    • involved in matter. In this way one penetrates through the material to
    • rebel. Aroused by men's passions, it penetrates through the Fruit-Earth,
    • himself, he spiritualises the Earth also. One day, at a later planetary
    • Theosophy. The spirit of love must penetrate even into the opinions
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    • of our human constitution that it penetrates to the source from which
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
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    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • if the labile condition starts between seventeen and nineteen years:
    • place of God,” because their ego has not entirely penetrated
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
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    • penetrating the physical and etheric bodies as deeply as they
    • the ego; then it penetrates the astral body and penetrates the
    • surprised that this third stage is objectified. It penetrates the
    • organism; then the spiritual world penetrates the pain, streams
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    • spoken out of human deeds. Now planetary forces modify that sun and
    • the sun, moon, and planets are working in succession into human
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    • nineteenth, twentieth years, the ego is stuck too deeply in the
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
    • how in the external world, in electricity and magnetism, one pole is
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    • nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. If you go back two
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • of him presently as he was in the nineteenth century, but first I
    • important consequences for his life in the nineteenth century. This
    • in our age, in the first half of the nineteenth century, and in this
    • penetrate the specific regions of life that lie within their
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    • activity of all the other planets in the universe.
    • the entire planetary system in front of you. It is right there on the
    • you're eating the entire planetary system. For all those forces are
    • sun activity with the human inner world, the loving penetration of
    • forces modified by the forces of the so-called outer planets.
    • nearness of death to life. We go to the outer planets that are
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    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • that the etheric body is lacking proper penetration by the astral
    • as was the case in nineteenth-century Europe, but the medical profession.
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    • of our human constitution that it penetrates to the source from which
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
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    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • if the labile condition starts between seventeen and nineteen years:
    • place of God,” because their ego has not entirely penetrated
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
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    • penetrating the physical and etheric bodies as deeply as they
    • the ego; then it penetrates the astral body and penetrates the
    • surprised that this third stage is objectified. It penetrates the
    • organism; then the spiritual world penetrates the pain, streams
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    • other planets. These other planetary forces appear in the human
    • spoken out of human deeds. Now planetary forces modify that sun and
    • the sun, moon, and planets are working in succession into human
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    • nineteenth, twentieth years, the ego is stuck too deeply in the
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
    • how in the external world, in electricity and magnetism, one pole is
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    • nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. If you go back two
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • of him presently as he was in the nineteenth century, but first I
    • important consequences for his life in the nineteenth century. This
    • in our age, in the first half of the nineteenth century, and in this
    • penetrate the specific regions of life that lie within their
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    • activity of all the other planets in the universe.
    • the entire planetary system in front of you. It is right there on the
    • you're eating the entire planetary system. For all those forces are
    • sun activity with the human inner world, the loving penetration of
    • forces modified by the forces of the so-called outer planets.
    • nearness of death to life. We go to the outer planets that are
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    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • that the etheric body is lacking proper penetration by the astral
    • as was the case in nineteenth-century Europe, but the medical profession.
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    • sense-perceptible and penetrate into regions that can only be grasped
    • a method of penetrating the primeval record entirely different from
    • we shall be able to penetrate into the spirit of a document which
    • the gradual growth of our earth as the planetary scene of human
    • the planetary evolutions preceding that of our earth.]
    • existence if we think of it as an interweaving, an interpenetration,
    • is only when we come to the fourth stage of our planetary evolution
    • planet when, out of the universal complication of fire and air and
    • with the rest of the planet and begins to send its forces to the
    • the sounds B'reschit penetrated his soul.
    • in productive pondering, their pondering is penetrated through and
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    • through space as our planetary earth existence.
    • mutual interpenetration of the elements warmth, air and water —
    • interpenetration which we have tried to picture to ourselves is thr
    • permeating, interpenetrating each other, and within them a tendency
    • describe as a pricking or penetrating. That is a thoroughly objective
    • penetrates to the supersensible out of which our material physical
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    • these three planetary forms? On Saturn everything was in a kind of
    • prevailed in this planet of warmth, and which brought about and
    • condition of the planet. Here we must never forget that there was as
    • light into space. Our planetary evolution, as I have called it,
    • which is the basis of consciousness, penetrate the physical and
    • happened was this: after the light had penetrated into the tohu
    • a sprouting activity within the planet itself, now, in addition to
    • brought into action the forces which streamed down upon the planet
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    • that what later became our solar system was contained in a planetary
    • the Sun, the second phase of the evolution of our planet, and speak
    • we shall say that in the Sun there is an interpenetration of warmth,
    • clairvoyant eye penetrates the external elements — some
    • to the egg in the act of brooding — penetrated the existing
    • during the solar period light penetrates into our cosmic space, and
    • The processes of densification and of rarefaction interpenetrate one
    • when our planetary existence began. We get an idea of the sublimity
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    • the development of our planet. As we have often said, we must think
    • utterly incapable of penetrating to the real heart of Goethe's
    • present day, when people scorn to penetrate to fundamental realities,
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    • not until the time of our own planetary existence that the earth
    • sacrifice, so advanced that their fire streamed into the planetary
    • bring it into this solid state. Actually, when we penetrate through
    • penetrate behind the sense-perceptible basis, then one has to rise to
    • meaning when we can penetrate through all the details of that
    • understand things. What does the biblical criticism of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, perhaps more than on any other scientific or
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    • it. So all the other planets, including the sun, were quite
    • knotty point of which the commentators of the nineteenth century have
    • should indeed penetrate human souls if they are once more to
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    • is, so to say, the first-born of our whole planetary evolution. If we
    • cosmos. It has been united with all the planetary Beings associated
    • Jupiter and so on, and in these planetary Beings are the
    • space and gather forces, they drink in the forces of the planets. And
    • the planetary Beings. That is the very reason why we call it the
    • Thrones. We have said that at the beginning of our planetary
    • magnetism are forces which in a coarser way play their part today in
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    • higher regions, continued their evolution upon the several planets
    • planetary neighbours. This came about at a time preceding (to use our
    • escaped to the planets begin to return again. That went on far into
    • this or that planet.
    • planetary bodies, or planetary Beings, brought about by the hardening
    • to thrive better upon the surrounding planets. It is those forces we
    • etheric bodies, which we have to look for on the surrounding planets
    • influences of the members of our planetary system. Man is then united
    • with the planetary Beings. But in those far-away times man was not
    • only united with the planets in some kind of sleep, but after his
    • region of the planets; there they had settled and there they
    • soul-spiritual nature in man is on the neighbouring planets in the
    • with this approach from the neighbourhood of the planets was a
    • spiritual influx. At the moment when the sun had penetrated the
    • awoke in the soul-spirits of the neighbouring planets to come down
    • planets surrounding the earth. Thus the deed which brought about a
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    • is able to penetrate to the essence of the various religions because
    • tenets of belief that have been instilled into the hearts of men
    • Those who can penetrate to the essence of Buddhism as well as to
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    • penetrate the metabolic processes of man's being. But since the
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    • generally acknowledged, traditional tenets of religion than of one who
    • wisdom for the salvation of mankind. To penetrate into the realm of
    • to-day to penetrate into the wisdom of the gods. But this must happen.
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    • In connection with this, we will penetrate deeply to-day into the
    • sages of the Mysteries. Their eyes of spirit had penetrated into the
    • penetrate, was transparent and clear to the one who in olden times was
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    • cosmic existence. To this inner fount we can penetrate at all times
    • understand what this means we shall have to penetrate into deep
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    • souls better fitted to penetrate more and more deeply into the riddle
    • Christ Power has penetrated the earth, by what can the flame of the
    • of the Event of Golgotha for mankind? How deeply did it penetrate into
    • But because the Christ penetrated so deeply into earth-existence
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    • to penetrate into the spiritual world, but whose hearts are
    • between birth and death. But even a very little penetration into
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    • penetrates the nature of these conceptions of ours and who above all
    • may penetrate deeply into our forces of feeling and willing — we
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    • this, we must to-day begin by penetrating a little into the structure
    • body. He has, as it were, penetrated more deeply into his physical
    • attained in the Nineteenth Century, and man would be swamped by it
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    • ‘This Hofrat was specially gifted with the power to penetrate to
    • them himself. And so he penetrates deepest into the cases which appeal
    • meditation we reach this stage we notice that we cannot penetrate the
    • is brought to the surface as a memory.’ One cannot penetrate the
    • as little can one penetrate the secrets of that which fills the soul,
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    • Kant. It has often been said that the whole work of the Nineteenth
    • by Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century in order to prove that man
    • ‘Our Church celebrates various Festivals which penetrate our
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • is however necessary to gain a higher standpoint, to penetrate more
    • planetary evolution he will reach still higher stages. All those which
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • can also take place in the brain. Then man becomes a planetary spirit,
    • crust of the earth, so at that stage man also will build a planet. For
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • earth. What takes place on the other planets cannot be discovered
    • external body. Today the planets are built up in this way by the
    • planetary spirits. From a being requiring a body produced by others,
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    • prophetic model (Vorbild). Thinking will later be interpenetrated with
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • principles had to be brought to the Earth from other planets through
    • the following planet they can bring forth a new cycle. This can be
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • of them from within. Finally the spiritual penetrates the physical.
    • formed they interpenetrate one another. Through this, birth and death
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • This is why the Master said to Sinnett that the human being is
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • element of the planet which will follow next (the future Jupiter) will
    • of a previous planet create the basic conditions for its successor.
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • current in a network over the earth; in all this man is working upon
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • standing behind him. Like a kind of marionette he still dangled on the
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • nature of the Devas and the Planetary Spirits.
    • A special class of Devas are the Planetary Spirits — the
    • reached by man in the Sixth and Seventh Rounds. A Planetary Spirit is
    • engaged with others in creative work on certain aspects of planetary
    • Planetary Spirits for man in any particular situation? The activity
    • Planetary Spirits during previous stages of evolution, during previous
    • planetary conditions. What they then absorbed they now have within
    • planetary epoch. Those Devas who were actively engaged in the
    • (Thrones) are the actual leaders of planetary evolution.
    • formed within him according to which later planetary activity is
    • ordered, after man himself will have become a planetary spirit.
    • In our speech we create the foundation for later planetary conditions.
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • three interpenetrating worlds. We can form the most correct idea of
    • As now fire, chemical ether, magnetism and so on are around us and
    • forces which during the next Planetary Evolution will become our own
    • Earth Manvantara and the following Planetary Evolution man lives in
    • penetrate through the veil of the external world and to look at the
    • moment when the Earth must draw away from further planetary evolution.
    • through Seven Spheres. The Seven Planetary Evolutions correspond to
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • new planet. What a man does for himself personally has significance
    • thinking, then a new humanity, that is to say, a new planet, comes
    • What we think, has significance for the next planetary cycles. Let us
    • remains of us, which will inhabit a future planet, will this humanity
    • next planet man will not think, but will comprehend the surrounding
    • thought on this planet. Thinking is something connected with us. When
    • The Planetary Spirit who represents the Being of the World is now
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • Akashic substance into which our words penetrate. We must take this up
    • next planetary existence. From the pictures there will resound what
    • Intuitions and finally a being, the Planetary Spirit, who produces the
    • who raises himself to Intuitions as such, penetrates through the
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • The miraculous is nothing other than the penetration of a higher world
    • When a thought penetrates into astral space it forms a denser layer
    • thoughts is the same as that which surrounded the previous planet, the
    • the physical matter of today. On the earlier planet there was not as
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • he represses all the thoughts which penetrate into the etheric body.
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • All esotericism recognises that the Sun was first a planet; it only
    • was itself a planet, then everything which is now on the Moon and
    • them from the centre of their own planet. They were totally different
    • planet is the same as the growth of the plant on the Earth. Then, with
    • continued until it had expended itself. He wanted to have a planet
    • would have immortalised his planet as a monument to his intention.
    • enter into them and the Earth would have become a planetary monument
    • the earthly planet. Reproduction however became bisexual and thereby
    • Earth, to a petrified planet. If however one teaches reincarnation and
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • Between the last Round of a Planetary condition and the first of the
    • Races. Seven such Rounds together make up a Planetary condition or
    • Planetary System or Evolution.
    • enough to tread a new Planet. In order that he might develop upwards,
    • go over to another Planet.
    • planetary evolutions is to develop successive conditions of
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • Survey of Earth evolution II: Planets or states of consciousness,
    • When we consider the successive Planetary evolutions we find that each
    • Planetary evolution is to lead one condition of consciousness through
    • consciousness that the planetary systems have been discovered. All the
    • interpenetrating lines: everything expressing beautiful forms having
    • Planet the colours and forms will be prototypes of what man will then
    • Physical = impenetrable in space
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • planetary evolution of the Earth.
    • our whole evolution we have seven Planetary conditions: Saturn, Sun,
    • Planet we must consider seven Rounds. The passing through a Round may
    • the Mineral Kingdom. We are now on the Fourth Planet, in the Fourth
    • have behind us three Planets, three Rounds, three Globes and the same
    • we should see yet another Planetary condition before Saturn; if we
    • its place a Planet beyond Vulcan. The exact middle of our present
    • one of the other planets. This differed essentially from the astral
    • other planets: new passions, less vehement but conceived on the basis
    • The days of the week are an image of planetary evolution. The sequence
    • of the planets is inscribed in a wonderful way in the days of the
    • conditions of life, ten Planets or conditions of consciousness. If we
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • manifestations finds its expression in the seven Planetary evolutions:
    • Saturn, Sun, Moon, Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Vulcan. On each Planet there
    • of Form or Globe, in the fourth Kingdom of Life, of the fourth Planet,
    • Let us transfer ourselves to the primal beginning of such a planetary
    • there? There was as yet no physical planet, not even in the finest
    • Arupa-form was a planet present, we are there even before the moment
    • series of planets existed; certainly however there was the entire
    • outcome of the preceding planetary chain, in much the same way as when
    • manifestation, the memory of a previous planetary chain and its
    • Now let us transfer ourselves to the end of the planetary chain, to
    • the chain of planets has gradually come to manifestation as creation,
    • end of a planetary evolution, has in fact come forth out of nothing,
    • a planetary chain. They are called the three Logoi. The Third Logos
    • three Logoi. Let us form within the framework of our planetary system,
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    • knowledge including the phases of planetary evolution, planetary
    • we can call taste a chemical sense, because it penetrates into the
    • inwardly in the creative wisdom and penetrate into everything with
    • Earth like a network of egoism. So it is from there that the whole
    • Earth will be covered by a network of egotistic evil. But from a small
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    • seventies of the nineteenth century. The War of All against All and
    • to make people ill. Where occult teachings have penetrated more into
    • their task to produce definite illnesses. Thus we penetrate to an ever
    • In the earlier Planetary conditions, the forerunners of our Earth, we
    • half of this previous Planet the beings did certainly already strive
    • form had developed into something else and needed a new Planet. The
    • preceding Planet had to meet its end; everything living suffocated.
    • Thus do the Planets with their life perish, and from what has been
    • prepared a new life evolves in the body of the Mother Planet. This is
    • how the decline and uprising of Planetary evolution is to be
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    • Into all these streams others penetrate, for instance the Mongolian
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    • taking place. We begin to appreciate why the nineteenth century held
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    • ourselves alone. The incapacity to penetrate the riddles of existence
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    • would penetrate him with thought, this is not so easy a matter. But
    • penetrate to the finer psychological influences passing from man to
    • octahedron in the sulphur, and in the garnet a rhombododecahedron.
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    • Mysteries penetrated into the secrets of the universe, into secrets
    • rays of the sun penetrate to me, I can myself send out to meet them
    • following. If a man desires to penetrate into the great mysteries of
    • the rays of the sun penetrate down to the earth and on the other hand
    • of a magnet for small particles of iron. Such are the forces at work,
    • rays of the sun penetrate down to earth, and we fondly imagine that
    • light, and the sunlight penetrates it, then that which in the human
    • to shine down upon the earth, nevertheless penetrates right through to
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    • The Relation of the Planets to the Human Organism
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    • planets: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn — others are of less importance.
    • discourse with the other planets and with the Zodiac was directed to
    • concentrated exclusively in the planet Mercury. They permeate the
    • interpenetrate, but their concentrations stand at different places in
    • muscles. With our spirit-and-soul we have to penetrate into the
    • established the parallelisms between the metals and the planets. The
    • Chemical Ether. Penetrating as they do into the human constitution,
    • Thus the planets near the Sun have to do more with the physical
    • elements in man's organism: solid, fluid aeriform. The planets distant
    • organism. Between the two groups of planets is the Sun itself. The
    • planetary forces from interpenetrating. Suppose the Mars-forces were
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    • The Human Being in Relation to Planetary Life
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    • The Human Being in Relation to Planetary Life]
    • language. But modern language cannot penetrate directly into the realm
    • but also to the natures of the several planets. This was all
    • between birth and death, we gain ideas about our planetary universe
    • their material or in their planetary aspect — help man as a being
    • outermost planet of our system, it becomes possible — in
    • planets, we are led more to the qualities which in a sense are
    • — whether planets or fixed stars — as they are seen from the
    • This vision of the cosmos, of the planetary world, in their moral
    • The mysteries of planetary existence reveal themselves in many
    • planetary existence — and one could also go farther out into the
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    • planets. Today I should like to add, aphoristically at least, some of
    • something that can be found within a planetary being only when this
    • physical examination, but also through penetrating to the essence of
    • astral body which nowhere interpenetrates the plant itself, except at
    • magnetic currents, and on these earth-encircling radiations of the
    • truly penetrating knowledge of the world is not based on any vague
    • its spiritual aspect there is matter it is penetrated by spirit. You
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    • reincarnated in the nineteenth century. But it is not my task here to
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    • had then come out of myself to penetrate into something else; now my
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    • life, as long as this form comes before you like an interpenetration
    • co-experience. This gradually grows in intensity, and you penetrate
    • longing for eternity, arises because of the penetration of our world
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    • penetrated by the light of its spirit. The greatest mistake that men
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    • through his own vision, to penetrate into the experience and
    • said, that we should try to penetrate it with sound human
    • unprejudiced penetration into higher worlds because this may sometimes
    • penetrate into higher worlds, even then it may be possible for a good
    • time, we see the Buddha descending from another planet of our solar
    • into a great cosmic whole. We see him ascend to yet another planet of
    • our planetary system, to Mars, there to undertake a new mission
    • another planet; then he comes down to earth, and we must say,
    • we must ascend to another planet.” In this way we get an unbroken
    • another planet and, after working on earth, again ascended to a
    • different planet, inhabited by a people who have little understanding
    • planet where he carried on his pre-earthly planetary activity by the
    • central Individuality of the whole planetary system, by the Spirit of
    • times Buddha had been sent to work on another planet, and then, as a
    • earth is the planet that became the scene of the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • Mars is the planet on which, after his work on earth, Buddha had to
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    • Will, and we realise our connection not only with the planets but
    • planetary system has been necessary and we realise we are born from a
    • light, sound and magnetic, electric radiations. These expressions are
    • is one with the sun of his planetary system. One might say that when
    • with the ‘planets’ of his planetary system; when he
    • planetary system is necessary. We learn this when we find ourselves
    • in our astral body. In our muscular system lives the whole planetary
    • universe lives in the movement of his bones and the whole planetary
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    • the dimension of Time into the dimension of Space, a magnetic
    • ourselves, so that we penetrate more and more deeply into our memory
    • thrown out of time into space, it is attracted magnetically by
    • special existence. This is also the moment when that magnetic
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    • which will enable us to penetrate into the nature of man and will
    • three-fourths penetrate into us without our being aware of them. When
    • which penetrates our being. And in so far as it penetrates our being
    • the whole of our planetary system, only they do not enter our
    • life is nourished by the entire planetary system, does not appear
    • planets, but that which lives in the sun itself — but hidden.
    • our planetary system. But it is precisely that which remains hidden
    • Beings belonging to the sun and planetary system pressed out from
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    • and most deeply-penetrating of all exercises.
    • half of the nineteenth century, a statement made by Oetinger, who
    • we may speak of a Divine Being who pervades it. In the nineteenth
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    • slight degree a true spiritual investigator soon penetrates into the
    • it penetrates, because then upon the waves of will floats the feeling
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    • which we might call spiritual magnetic forces. These draw him down to
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    • speak, of our Earth planet. Our present Earth-evolution emerged from
    • carry this planetary evolution forward to the Earth stage, and you
    • compare this shadow-show with the spiritual life which penetrates the
    • necessity which should penetrate all other preoccupations.
    • knows little about another; he does not penetrate into the depths of
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    • external object. Imagine a being who comes from a planet with a
    • penetrated by this truth: that the fulfilment of the State consists
    • of the present day, and endeavour perhaps to penetrate into the souls
    • in talk about how men are to be blessed or redeemed, but penetrates
    • we enable the spirit to flow into and penetrate external reality. To
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    • was in the early nineties. The “Frankfurter Freier
    • instance of the force of electricity, the force of magnetism, the
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    • opposite and polar qualities, no less than magnetism does, to take
    • another example — positive magnetism, negative magnetism;
    • longer simply penetrate to the opposite wall and there produce a
    • through the prism of water and there is thus an interpenetration of
    • water interpenetrate, and this is evidently not without effect for
    • ingredients can interpenetrate each other and still be independent.
    • interpenetrating like astral body and muscle. Or on the other hand
    • light and dark can so interpenetrate as to retain their several
    • independence; then they are interpenetrating as do the astral body
    • arises; in the other, colour. When they interpenetrate like the
    • interpenetrate like the astral body and the eye, colour arises, since
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    • penetrate. They want to leave all this out and to ascribe everything
    • front it gets transparent, so that the light can penetrate into the
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    • was said to penetrate from a more tenuous into a denser medium.
    • the whole planetary system.
    • planetary system. The tendency has been, first to regard as wholes
    • then in addition we bring an electro-magnet to bear upon the cylinder
    • of light in a certain way, the electro-magnet affects the phenomenon
    • electricity with which magnetic effects are always somehow
    • light and those of magnetism and electricity.
    • the form of light among the electro-magnetic effects. They think it
    • is really electro-magnetic rays passing through space.
    • electro-magnetic force. They know still better now, what light is,
    • than they did before. It is electro-magnetic streams of force. Only
    • have to regard light as a kind of electro-magnetic radiation. It only
    • warmth, and of electro-magnetics; also whatever explanations may
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    • the processes of Nature, — not to penetrate to the spiritual
    • imagine the sound penetrating here in the form of air-waves and
    • audible can only be compared to what penetrates from the
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    • Suppose you have a magnet or electromagnet. (I must again presume
    • beginning.) You can attract material objects with the magnet. Now
    • property. It too can be attracted by the electromagnet. Thus it
    • behaves, in relation to a magnet, just as matter would behave. The
    • magnetic field will modify what is here shooting through the
    • magnetic force. Crookes therefore called that which is shot across
    • electromagnetic force. Such was his line of thought: the very fact
    • things — say, to a magnet — it shews some properties
    • and let it pass a magnet, — it will naturally be diverted So
    • with magnetic and electric forces. Other discoveries followed. You
    • magnet. We then find one part of the radiation separating off,
    • magnet, so that it takes this form (
    • magnet near to the radiating body, studying these deflections and
    • to the more penetrating form of Science which we are here at least
    • while all that goes on in the realms of electricity and magnetism
    • the external phenomena of electricity and magnetism.
    • magnetism? We are then studying matter, in all reality. It
    • electricity and magnetism. And what an English philosopher has
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    • very near relation to those of electricity and magnetism. Now the
    • be deflected by magnetic forces, they prove akin to what we should
    • of a magnet. I beg you to observe it now. You will find the shadow
    • influenced by the magnetic field. You see then, just as I might
    • attract a simple bit of iron with a magnet, so too, what here
    • the 19th-century thinking to penetrate into the phenomena. But this
    • Nineteenth
    • penetrating to what is real in Nature when we do so? What is there
    • penetrate into reality; you must begin again from another
    • of electricity and magnetism are akin to the sub-conscious element
    • and magnetism on the other. Increasingly therefore, this must
    • — electricity and magnetism — on the other. As in the
    • electricity and magnetism, so also must we understand the structure
    • deeply the ideas of Physics penetrate into the life of mankind.
    • respect, before they can advance to healthy, penetrating ways of
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    • penetrate into deeply hidden riddles of man's life. We shall not start
    • cannot, at a given moment, penetrate through the colours, lights and
    • which our faculty of perception cannot penetrate.
    • certain possibilities of penetrating through them? Is there something
    • through; then we may say that we are penetrating a little way into the
    • experiences ebbing and flowing in their souls, penetrate even more
    • penetrate below his ordinary Ego. It is the ordinary Ego that rebels
    • against the blow which comes from outside; but the mystic penetrates
    • he penetrates into a world hitherto unknown to him.
    • and in normal circumstances cannot penetrate beyond the point where
    • soul-experiences. But when on waking we penetrate once again into the
    • on waking, we were to penetrate into the physical body only, we should
    • the pictures. If we were to penetrate into the etheric body only, we
    • proves to be impenetrable. We do not penetrate into it, but it throws
    • penetrating to a certain extent into the etheric body; he sees more
    • inner deepening, penetrates to some extent into his etheric body; he
    • penetrates below that threshold where the soul-life is in other
    • of the mystic are due to the fact that he penetrates right into his
    • questions: To what extent are we able to penetrate into a real world
    • the state of ecstasy and penetrate into a real outer world, and to
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    • SLEEPING AND WAKING LIFE IN RELATION TO THE PLANETS
    • In the case of a normal person today the Jupiter influences penetrate
    • other planets belonging to the solar system. What is said in treatises
    • planetary system from elementary astronomy can be compared, as regards
    • system and that the planets revolve around it-first the planet now
    • called Mercury, then the planet now called Venus, [*In former times
    • the names of these two planets came to be reversed. See later
    • planets at definite times of the year, we have learnt as much about
    • penetrating invisibly into space behind a great cosmic timepiece. We
    • realise then that our solar system, with the planets in their
    • certain macrocosmic powers. From this timepiece of our planetary
    • relationships. The position of every planet will become the expression
    • according to a definite plan. The idea of the planetary movements in
    • planetary system becomes for us a kind of cosmic clock, a means of
    • planetary system having formed itself is easily refuted. You will all
    • have been taught in school about the formation of the planetary
    • the universe once began to rotate and then the Sun, with the planets
    • minute scale, the formation of a planetary system and nobody will
    • Moon revolves around the Earth and the planets usually called Mercury
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    • invading his eyes and other senses and to penetrate into his inmost
    • development does not really consist in penetrating by force into the
    • before he becomes capable of penetrating into his inmost being. To
    • with the infinitely wise structure into which he penetrates on waking.
    • penetrating into their own inmost being. In the course of normal life,
    • insufficiently mature, is protected from penetrating into man's inner
    • first Being who must be passed by one who desires to penetrate into
    • planets. By day the sight of them is denied us; the Sun dazzles our
    • vision not only of itself but also of the planets. We look out into
    • space knowing that although the planets are there, they evade our
    • starry heavens and among other stars behold the planets at times when
    • seeing through matter, just as the mystic is able to penetrate
    • living interplay between the planets and the Sun inasmuch as streams
    • flow continually to and fro — from the planets to the Sun and
    • from the Sun to the planets. Something was revealed spiritually that
    • between the Sun and the planets. The solar system revealed itself as a
    • individual planets pointed to the great spiritual experience just
    • to penetrate into his own inner being, he would be suffocated by fear
    • that is made available to us in order that we may penetrate safely
    • if we aspire to penetrate into the Macrocosm. If a man were to
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    • penetrate into these mysteries from one particular side.
    • from above. All sins of omission in thinking penetrate into the inner
    • penetrates into his inner being.
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    • have always been known to those who have penetrated more deeply into
    • waking a man can penetrate consciously into his inner being. At most
    • can recognise from within when we penetrate into it consciously.
    • the point when the candidate for Initiation was to penetrate into the
    • This is the technical expression for the fact that by penetrating into
    • if he continues the process of Initiation, he must penetrate as it
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    • him, penetrated into the Macrocosm, he actually ascended through
    • the man who penetrates into the Elementary World there can no longer
    • can see through them, we can penetrate into them, we have a sensation
    • penetrating into the Macrocosm, transmit his whole astral nature to
    • solar system, of the relationship between the Sun and the planets in
    • facts with the courses of the planets but the spiritual
    • contemplate the planets in space and the zodiacal constellations, if
    • we conceive the movements and relative positions of the planets in
    • We distinguish seven planets moving and performing deeds, and twelve
    • spiritual facts — the courses of the planets — are brought
    • actually categories of Beings, and not merely seven planets, but
    • do would have to deal with the planetary bodies and their movements.
    • Spirits the planetary bodies we call Old Sun and Old Moon come into
    • through the planets in their courses. And to have a picture of how all
    • zodiacal constellations, the planetary embodiments of our Earth
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    • and other beings. But as soon as we penetrate into the Elementary
    • that no particular degree of maturity is any help in penetrating into
    • such a man can penetrate into the higher world he must be able to put
    • movements of the planets. The Beings are expressed in the
    • constellations of the Zodiac, the facts in the planets. But these
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    • laws of the planetary world outside, for the planetary world is the
    • relation of the planets to the Sun and again in the yearly cycle by
    • Reason penetrates through. The forces of the Hierarchies work through
    • us to penetrate into the higher world and to look into it. These
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    • reality. Thus do we penetrate into the realities, into the spiritual
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    • picture him connected with a different planetary condition; and if at
    • a different planet, not on our Earth as it is at present. If we are to
    • an earlier planet out of which it has evolved, to a new state in the
    • Jupiter-state. The Earth has evolved out of an Old Moon planetary
    • discover. It tries to explain the origin of a planetary system by the
    • of how a planet arises out of a preceding form. True, we have no
    • various planets to come into being. We have a picture of the Spiritual
    • other planets. If anything whatever were to change in the solar
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    • Man and Planetary Evolution
    • MAN AND PLANETARY EVOLUTION
    • planetary evolution, having evolved out of an ancient planetary body
    • planet after a state of twilight, after a Pralaya, a condition of
    • darkness. The Earth will then be transformed into another planetary
    • If we extend this thought, the question arises: Did this other planet,
    • provided for it by the present planet.
    • the etheric body must have originated under planetary conditions
    • bodies developed out of a planetary existence as is the cage with the
    • planetary state of the Earth.
    • Therefore if we are looking for an earlier state of our planet we can
    • ‘warmth ether’. We are thus led back to an earlier planetary
    • to the prevailing planetary conditions. But you can well imagine that
    • time to this first planetary condition, the fire- or warmth-state of
    • or fire. With the change in planetary conditions, everything is
    • connection with the first planetary incarnation of our Earth, when
    • individuality. Intervention in the breathing process means penetration
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    • experienced in the sense world, but they try to penetrate
    • to penetrate from the sphere of the soul in human
    • relationship of the planets to the sun.
    • science of spirit, by means of which we can really penetrate
    • penetrate into the spiritual world, work which has been
    • experiences. This comes to light when we set out to penetrate a
    • that air comes from outside, penetrates into the lungs, is then
    • has to penetrate toward the sphere of the soul and of the
    • that man can penetrate into the eternal of his own being, into
    • justified. The science of spirit must penetrate from the soul
    • to the spirit, just as natural science has to penetrate from
    • penetrate into this spirit.
    • The science of spirit shows how we can penetrate into
    • his entirety we have to penetrate to the spirit. Then it will
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    • who, on the other hand, desire to penetrate the mysteries of
    • it not only seeks to penetrate the spiritual spheres by
    • science of spirit can really penetrate into the sphere of
    • become the child of all those who seek to penetrate into
    • penetrated it like a fast moving arrow it becomes active and
    • experiences in his dreams that penetrate like an act of grace
    • the spirit, even if it is such that it penetrates the human
    • a typical example of how much scientists long to penetrate into
    • can penetrate from the transitory to the intransitory, that he
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    • evolution of animals up to the human being and to penetrate the
    • quite a different way of looking at our planetary system and
    • picture concerning the sun and the planetary system. And we
    • penetrate into the depths of the evolution of the human soul.
    • penetrates the body. We acquire knowledge of how our soul lives
    • the earth and of the whole planetary system as having
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    • body, being drawn back to it by countless forces, as by a magnet. A
    • spiritual life of our planet. We become able to behold the Beings of
    • experiences connected with earlier planetary incarnations of our
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    • being?’ But the more deeply one penetrates into the
    • as the Sun is to the planets — Venus, Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place. Since the end of the nineteenth
    • the planets to the mighty sun.
    • intervening nineteen centuries as a result of the opposing
    • nineteenth century, when those who since the sixteenth century had
    • by suffocation.’ This sacrifice by Christ in the nineteenth century
    • Christ-consciousness in the sphere of the Angels in the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, in the way described above. It could be said that
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    • cannot penetrate to its innermost essence, to the divine inner spark.
    • their God-given I. And they said, or could have said: I penetrate
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    • from outside with mathematics although mathematics cannot penetrate
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    • it was only natural that man could no longer penetrate to those inner
    • interpenetrate each other. The nerve-sense system is called the
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    • himself penetrated by the force of gravity, which had something to do
    • life, it actually happens seldom that a person fully penetrates
    • abstracted mathematics and geometry, and therefore he penetrates
    • forms of thought, if we try to penetrate them with any kind of
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    • unknown. — In the Nineteenth Century science chewed on this problem
    • a biologist of the Nineteenth Century,
    • unicellular beings that was famous in nineteenth-century biology. Why
    • inanimate, the atomistic. When, in the first part of the Nineteenth
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    • would certainly produce more penetrating perceptions in this area.
    • the scientific field, in the Nineteenth Century the tendency grew
    • theories of animal and man do not penetrate the true nature of man.
    • materialistic thinkers in the Nineteenth Century asserted that man
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    • and by letting the planets move in circles around the sun, and by
    • calculating the position of a given planetary body in the heavens,
    • the picture that Copernicus drew of our planetary, our solar system.
    • up the optical locations of the planets; it also had a feeling for
    • planets. In former ages people had a very clear idea of the epicycles
    • the planets were thought to describe. In all this there was still a
    • planet around its fixed star. Indeed, even in Kepler's
    • planets.
    • sun, attracts a planet in such a way that this force of attraction
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    • since the last third of the Nineteenth Century, after the high tide
    • super-sensible world. Since the last third of the Nineteenth Century,
    • extraordinary penetration into the essence of the world, but he
    • as it became later on. During and towards the end of the Nineteenth
    • are observed. This is why in the Nineteenth Century, people were
    • completely penetrate the body and be assimilated by his organs. But
    • needed; so he invented this “vital force.” The Nineteenth
    • Nineteenth Century suffered from the inability to take hold of man
    • Nineteenth Century he was traced back to the beast. All this is quite
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    • man really penetrates to pure thinking, then he finds in it the
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    • begins to rise only when the heat has penetrated into the mercury
    • Note now, when we penetrate into the inner being of natural phenomena
    • ruling on the planet earth. (As stated above, we will come upon these
    • influenced by the entire planetary system. The forces active in fluid
    • planetary system. The forces of Mercury, Mars, etc. are active in all
    • according to the relation of the planets and show a kind of resultant
    • and the planetary and stood under the unifying influence of the sun.
    • sought for planetary forces acting when a solid body changes to a
    • the forces were no longer sought in the planetary system, they had to
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    • cannot by any means interpenetrate this solid with another. The
    • penetrating the space it occupies. We may make this clear to ourselves
    • interpenetrate each other.
    • Magnetism and electricity are known to us only through their effects
    • If now, we go to magnetic and electrical phenomena, the entity which
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    • sense qualities such as light and tone. But we saw that magnetism and
    • and magnetic properties are concerned we come to know them through
    • immediate sense perception of electricity and magnetism as we have for
    • electricity and magnetism are in the outer sense. Yesterday I
    • electricity and magnetism and the like.
    • possibility of a deeper penetration into material processes. This is
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    • of heat penetrates further. We have then to recognize in these states
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    • Naturally however, we must penetrate to real physical thinking before
    • a meaning. Gravity rules only solid planetary bodies and is only
    • live on a fluid planet would know nothing of gravity. It would not be
    • planetary body would regard as normal something which would be the
    • Beings dwelling on a gaseous planet instead of seeing bodies falling
    • toward the planet would see them always flying off. We must think in
    • solid planet. In passing from the solid to the gaseous planet, we go
    • that on the solid planet, to a manifestation of forces in space which
    • a solid to a gaseous planet we pass through a null-point? Below we
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    • interpenetrating each other, as so related that gaseous phenomena are
    • through the interpenetration of the two realms. Furthermore we can
    • whatever to do with the light as such. The light simply penetrates the
    • do with an interpenetration of different realms which we have simply
    • interpenetration of different realms.
    • for the gaseous something that simply penetrates it, but belongs to
    • interpenetrates it from the cosmic cycle, but appearing there only as
    • picture. The fluid in its essence interpenetrates the sphere of the
    • this returning and interpenetration in these world-processes. You will
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    • magnet works on the spectral relations. The force emanating from the
    • magnet alters certain lines, changes the picture of the spectrum
    • spectrum is altered by magnetic forces, it becomes quite evident that
    • concepts real, that there is a mutual interpenetration of actual
    • a tendency to materialization penetrated by a tendency to
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    • angles with, say an electromagnet, you will have to turn the magnet.
    • That, however, lead to another point. If the magnet would have to be
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    • must keep before our eyes an interpenetration, and with this
    • interpenetration, a kind of mutual binding of chemical effects and the
    • penetrated with an inner spirituality in the blue-violet portion of
    • with this effect as it interpenetrates physical bodies. We must
    • has nothing to do with ponderable matter, but interpenetrates it, and
    • in particular does it interpenetrate the fluid element owing to
    • of form get hold of the interpenetrating chemical effect. When we
    • designated as the planets, to which we must add also the sun.
    • acts on our earth we must think of as localized in the planets around
    • the planetary world, if we will understand the terrestrial bodies, and
    • must study how to conceive of the planets as points of departure
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    • Moon, Planets and Fixed Stars, these we find again as Cosmic beings;
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    • inner self it experiences a reflection of the planetary movements. The
    • planetary motions. This being so, the inspired consciousness is aware
    • how that which the soul receives through its contact with the planets
    • This planetary influence continues in awakeness as a stimulant in the
    • planet-stimulation, which by day influence them, as described, as the
    • planet and fixed-star life of sleep he would indeed have a cosmology
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    • last third of the nineteenth Century has a stage in human evolution
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    • within the region of planetary life. Man cannot himself bring about
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    • nineteenth century, as the result of external conditions that we shall
    • nineteenth century the Guardians of this knowledge said to themselves that
    • intelligence prevailing in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
    • theosophist of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In the forms
    • researcher the planet Mars, for example, is an objective body whose
    • esoteric possibilities for penetrating into the spirit of that ancient
    • make of what he excavates from such ancient sites, so penetrating, so
    • outer observation. But spiritual wisdom, by its very nature, penetrates
    • the spiritual world into which vision penetrates.
    • forces, and now it penetrates gradually into the child's head and remains
    • Christ could reveal Himself supersensibly that He became the planetary
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    • foundation of universal brotherliness. It is impossible to penetrate into
    • When a planet is born,
    • and suffering to the spiritual beings involved in it. When a planet such
    • planet furnishes on its surface in the way of nourishment for the beings
    • planet and have their habitation in the center of the earth. You may
    • planet upon which plant life unfolds is surrounded by collective life
    • penetrates into it.
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    • must picture these relationships as a great network or web, which is,
    • nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first days after conception; what is
    • fairy tale of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. “We ourselves
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    • is subject to the process of evolution, not only man but also a planet
    • planetary embodiments, the first of which we call Saturn, the second,
    • The preceding planetary embodiment of our earth was the Old Moon; the
    • wrote down with what is said in theosophical books about planets, the
    • zenith and the ebb. Thereafter, the whole planet passes through a pralaya.
    • condition, a hidden condition, so is it in the case of the planet. This
    • Saturn consisted of dark warmth; the second planet, Old Sun, consisted
    • beings. This is the second planetary condition in which man has achieved
    • the etheric body into themselves. On the new planet, Old Sun, there
    • further and becomes a kind of secondary planet. At that time on Old
    • A basic mass of substance of the planet — the Old Moon —
    • a planet. Still another body separates and remains a planet. The sun
    • of today was once a planet. If you were to take the present sun, the
    • of humanity, our sun separated from the planet earth. With it the best
    • into existence as the result of a planet having advanced. During this
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    • brought our study of the evolution of our planet to the stage known
    • as Old Moon. We heard that the first embodiment of our planet was that
    • the cosmic expanse, separated from the planetary body together with
    • the planetary body, namely, Old Moon itself, still containing all that
    • soil as they are today but in the half-living ground of the planet.
    • of our earth, our own planet earth itself, then came forth from the
    • the planets were formed. In schools this process is often illustrated
    • one can see in miniature a kind of planetary system coming into being
    • planetary system comes into existence through rotation; it is there
    • for their rulership. It was thus that the outer planets, Saturn, Jupiter
    • planetoids are the ruins of that battlefield. It is here that the primal
    • The planetary spirits
    • evolution at this time was turning into different channels. The planetary
    • rank of the spiritual beings inhabiting the planets. Beings who had
    • inner planets of our solar system.
    • a certain amount of wisdom from the last third of the nineteenth century
    • permeated by the ego, was incapable of penetrating the physical body.
    • space; they departed from the earth and assumed bodies on other planets.
    • the planets, presented them-selves again on the earth and incarnated in
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    • he could not penetrate it. But from the middle of the Atlantean epoch
    • due to their having come down to the earth from different planets, there
    • to laws of perfect harmony is worthy to be penetrated by the spirit.
    • aim of the Western conception of the world, however, is to penetrate
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    • Since then Christ has been the Spirit of the earth, the planetary Spirit.
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    • that is designated by the now complete penetration of the ego into man's
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    • life, he learns not only to penetrate the truth with his thought but
    • penetrated them by means of the laws of nature, — this state of
    • They wanted to penetrate into the realm of the beautiful Lily —
    • science, and that without her we cannot penetrate the Temple of the
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    • “The Music of the Spheres”, of the planets, rhythmically
    • Divine Thought. To the mystic a planet was a Being of a higher order.
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    • nineteenth century. Trees first appeared as symbols of the Christmas
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    • from her, nor yet to penetrate her deeper. Unbid and unforewarned,
    • in which he tries to express how man can penetrate with his feelings
    • him yet. The human soul descended to earth from a higher planet, and
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    • and that just as we penetrate into the physical world through
    • penetrates further and further, he discovers, so to say, worlds with
    • figure. When the occult vision penetrates all that external nature
    • penetrates into the depths of the earth.
    • moral impressions. Let us now suppose that we penetrate into the inner
    • to work upon us, then thus through penetrating into the inner part of
    • surrounding space and penetrate downwards; they do not, like the
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    • penetrate the solid substance of our planet; our imagination is then
    • beings are brought into contact with the warmth of our planet
    • planet. Just as that is his home in the universe, so have these beings
    • certainly not so easy to penetrate to this astral body of the earth as
    • penetrate further, deeper occult exercises are necessary, such as you
    • with our earth-planet, who allot the work of the nature-spirits to the
    • consisting of higher spirits which hover round the earth-planet and
    • and fade, in bringing life into the whole planetary earth-sphere. It
    • earth-planet, expresses itself in day and night, is brought about by
    • the Rotation of Time,” of our planet, is applicable. What the
    • Rotation of Time, he first learns to penetrate into the perceptions of
    • to our planet, but we feel in a quite peculiar way, that we actually
    • which can only live externally in any one country of our planet. For
    • that which lives on a particular territory of our planet is connected
    • one with the whole undivided spirit of the planet itself; we awaken in
    • the undivided spirit of the planet itself. It is extremely important
    • that we should feel ourselves as belonging to the whole of our planet.
    • simultaneously, then our common life with the planet so expresses
    • nature that he is connected with the changing conditions of the planet
    • becomes conscious of all the conditions which his planet can go
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    • planet. Today it will be necessary for us to follow another path in
    • have spoken, even of the Planetary Spirit itself, when we have
    • inner life as a special world for himself alone, we can penetrate no
    • lives with the outer world; he loses himself in it. In our planet, for
    • distributed over our planet, we are, in a certain sense, placed under
    • the external world, but which penetrates him. If he devotes himself
    • evolution of our planet to a definite point of time, about which we
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    • penetrates it.
    • Hierarchy. Thus when we penetrate from below upwards into the higher
    • animate and interpenetrate the beings of these nature-kingdoms, and
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    • soul must do if it would penetrate to the nature of the Second
    • cosmic space and there perceive a planet — Mercury, Venus, Mars
    • planet its form expresses to us the work of the Spirits of Form. Just
    • body, astral body, sentient soul etc., so, behind the planet,
    • being of a planet in the sense of spiritual science, we must say:
    • — The planet meets our perception in cosmic space when its
    • higher hierarchies. Thus we rightly imagine such a planet as Mars, or
    • planet its physical form, the creation of the Spirit of Form —
    • when we consider it thus do we conceive of the complete planet, as
    • of the planet is a creation of the Spirits of Form. Our Earth-form is
    • by its inner motion. The earth-planet is in a continual state of inner
    • can all say that our planet is in perpetual inner motion. Indeed, if
    • we do not merely include the solid earth in the planet, but also the
    • water and the air, then daily life teaches us that the planet is in
    • water, in all these we see the inner mobility of the planetary
    • substance. That is a life of the planet. Just as the etheric body
    • designate as the Spirits of Motion work in the life of the planet. We
    • may therefore say: The external form of the planet is the creation by
    • a planet is in every way an actual being, a being regulating what goes
    • been described as inner vitality present in the planet but the planet
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    • IN our last lecture we tried to consider a planetary system in its
    • participates in forming a planet, and we have seen how a planet
    • mobility of the planet, is the result of the activity of the Spirits
    • of Motion. What we may call the lowest consciousness of the planet,
    • through which the planet, instead of remaining stationary changes its
    • The organizing of the planet in such a way that it does not follow an
    • in harmony with the whole planetary system to which it belongs, the
    • regulating of the individual movements of the planet in harmony with
    • planet, whereby the planet comes as it were, into connection with the
    • in the planet; and in this, what comes from the Spirits of Form is but
    • a sort of kernel. On the other hand every planet has something like a
    • far-reaching for the whole evolution of the planetary system to which
    • a planetary system is actually formed. At the conclusion of the last
    • planets, proceeds from the Spirits of Form; but it is not quite
    • accurate to represent it thus. If you consider the planets —
    • Spirits of Form. Let us take, for example, the planet which for a long
    • planet (the inner circle). That to the occultist, is not Jupiter: to
    • Sun. That means that the Spirits of Form corresponding to our planets,
    • those physical planets would not be in existence if only the Spirits
    • around us the planetary spheres as far as the orbit of Saturn, for
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    • at the planetary system, at the starry heavens, our physical vision
    • ways in which occult consciousness actually penetrates to a sort of
    • in a planetary system. There we have the planets themselves, with the
    • fixed star, the Sun, as their ruler; and circling the planets we have
    • within the planetary system we also have those remarkable stars, which
    • in a planetary system: the planets, the fixed stars, the moons, and
    • the ordinary normal consciousness, only the planet itself and, indeed,
    • only the particular planet on which the normal consciousness
    • planet. To the normal consciousness all the rest is at first only
    • man and everything which appertains to him on this planet, we must
    • lecture, that the phenomena of man and his planet are not to be
    • have also seen that when we turn our attention to the planets
    • Wisdom. This only refers to the inner part of the planet, the inner
    • Wisdom were active, the planet would be still. The fact that it moves,
    • Will; and the regulation of the movement in the whole planetary
    • whole planetary system; for while the movements of the individual
    • planets are so ordered that together they comprise the system, it must
    • planetary system to cosmic space, to the neighboring planetary system.
    • is mutual understanding between one planetary system and another by
    • from one planetary system to another, and give information of what
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    • lunar life; and of the planetary life. In speaking of these heavenly
    • would the planets and other bodies visible to our eyes appear to such
    • the planetary system, the heavens or cosmos, were we not able, through
    • planetary system; for by fixing occult vision upon the moon, we have
    • recalled an earlier condition of our planetary system. If we now try
    • to describe that, we can speak of the condition of our planetary
    • purpose of obtaining a sort of memory-picture of the planetary
    • this earth beneath our feet and around us, as a physical planet,
    • Thus do we gain a possibility of penetrating into the growth of the
    • planet, into its earlier conditions. The question now is: Can we look
    • moon-nature in the whole planetary system; and as far as we can,
    • planets, and compare their conditions one with another. Now, I am
    • planets of our planetary system, can become aware of the impressions
    • given by other planets of our system. If we thus observe a planet, or
    • has something like a memory-concept of the planetary system. This
    • of that which now exists in the planetary system. Now the impression
    • from the individual planets. Everything we thus experience works
    • individual planets. This is the first thing I should like to say about
    • vision if we look away from our present-day planetary system, and only
    • impression of it, for though the physical earth is impenetrable by
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    • who penetrates into these matters, to deny what we call human
    • earth-planet from the other planets of our planetary system. We may
    • the impulse for their activity in the six or seven principal planets
    • groups of the animals work down spiritually from the planets. In
    • cosmic space, and indeed primarily in the planetary world. The
    • on our planets; they had to withdraw into these planets in order to
    • Now if the planets were only to allow these forces to stream down upon
    • hinder the forces of the planets.
    • follows. The forces which worked down from the planet Mars, for
    • of the planets are actually the abode of the group-souls, the
    • earth, but on one of the planets. That which with regard to man is to
    • outside in cosmic space, amongst the planets. Just as, for instance, a
    • group-ego which dwells on a planet pass through cosmic space in front
    • animal forms are to be sought in the world of the planets which belong
    • to our planetary system, but are outside our earth.
    • planets? It is then seen that these group-egos of the animals are the
    • earth but upon the other planets, in order so to work upon the earth
    • of Motion work down from the planets upon the animals; do similar
    • Motion are grouped on the various planets in relation with the earth,
    • apportioned to them on the various planets. Just as the group-souls of
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    • the forces of electricity, magnetism — forces that cause the minerals to
    • planets of a planetary system; in our own planetary system to those
    • planets which exist outside the earth. And we have shown that the
    • planetary centers. Thither must we also go if we wish to seek for that
    • life-powers can first be seen if we penetrate to that universal life
    • which is common to all, from the earth to the rest of the planets of
    • our planetary system. Thus the principle by which the mineral is
    • the life-streams pouring down from the planets; stimulated constantly,
    • planets, and permeating our earth-planet livingly; in order to
    • it is not dead, to planetary space at least, it is something which is
    • planetary system. Just as the human or animal organism separates off
    • be sought as streaming down from the several planets. Just as in
    • life sent down by the individual planets which permeate the earth from
    • the planets.
    • are not created from the planets by means of these planetary streams,
    • the planets, as I have already described with regard to the
    • again depend on the constellation of the individual planets. But what
    • the planets create, each through its own original nature, is expressed
    • permeated by an etheric stream from one of the planets; another is
    • permeated by a stream from another planet. Thus we have to trace back
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    • stated. But it is necessary to penetrate quite deeply into these
    • committed in this connection. Only those who can penetrate into
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    • During Kali Yuga, however, something did occasionally penetrate into
    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed, in the most penetrating thoughts, the
    • penetration of the divine spiritual world into the physical sense
    • possess soul powers with which they can penetrate into the etheric.
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    • penetrates extraordinarily deeply into our souls. First, because the
    • It is thus obvious that a spiritual movement which penetrates more
    • of spiritual science, and try to penetrate into what flows down from
    • out which penetrates directly into his Ego. He does not know that this
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    • that the initiation-principle can penetrate into man's heart in such a
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    • penetrates into him with the interest that one may have for a human
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    • too simply as we human beings of the present time, of the nineteenth,
    • exactly in the last third of the nineteenth century.
    • theology of the nineteenth century, because it desired to be
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    • become “out of date” by the last third of the nineteenth
    • nineties of the last century, people were stressing, both in art and
    • fact, forgotten in the second half of the nineteenth century. But
    • particularly marked in the last third of the nineteenth century.
    • the nineteenth century. If we study the literature and the writings
    • life, we find during the last third of the nineteenth century, up to
    • the middle of the eighties and nineties, in German-speaking
    • in the last third of the nineteenth century, our modern style is raw
    • even in scholarly literature during the last third of the nineteenth
    • place in the last third of the nineteenth century. You can follow
    • romantic poets in the first third of the nineteenth century. Think of
    • last third of the nineteenth century. Those who are sensitive to such
    • reached its culmination in the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • nineteenth as the customary social feeling between man and man?
    • the third is this. In the course of the nineteenth century the
    • nineteenth century. And so what presented itself could not speak to
    • is my standpoint.” Ah! as the nineteenth century drew to its
    • described in the nineteenth century, and compare it with the account
    • writing up external history. At the end of the nineteenth century
    • during the last third of the nineteenth century. One can speak about
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    • the nineteenth century it showed itself through a particular
    • anything real in this domain. Nonetheless conclusions are formed. The
    • that from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century tradition was still
    • the situation at the onset of the nineteenth century: The feeling
    • nineteenth and particularly in the twentieth century. For now, not
    • had come about at the end of the nineteenth or in the twentieth
    • feeling since the last third of the nineteenth century in regard to
    • be investigated for the first time in the nineteenth century. And so
    • first time, in the last third of the nineteenth century it became
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    • nineteenth century, the word spirit conveyed nothing to the mind,
    • nineteenth century those who regarded themselves as the most
    • insignificant figure! Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • must penetrate us with its livingness. But because this is no longer
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    • a review of ethics up to the end of the nineteenth century. I do not
    • world at the end of the nineteenth century, so that it could be
    • century. And a reviewer in the nineties of last century says that it
    • nineteenth century makes it eminently necessary that men, as time
    • example shows clearly that the turning-point of the nineteenth
    • said with regard to the Spiritual, that at the end of the nineteenth
    • Nothingness. This turning-point of the nineteenth century revealed
    • those who lived through the transition from the nineteenth to the
    • in the spiritual evolution of mankind at the end of the nineteenth
    • philology in the middle of the nineteenth century. With a mind of
    • philological standpoint of the middle of the nineteenth century and
    • he found in the middle of the nineteenth century, namely,
    • towards the beginning of the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • early seventies of the nineteenth century there grew in his soul the
    • the last third of the nineteenth century there came a terribly tragic
    • the nineteenth century, had a very deep influence on Nietzsche.
    • the mood that came to its climax about the turn of the nineteenth
    • third of the nineteenth century Nietzsche tried to express a mood
    • third of the nineteenth century. The old spirit was already in ruins.
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    • nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries; to describe
    • therefore, at the end of the nineteenth century it was said that all
    • and in the nineteenth century a history of culture was established.
    • was the very significant situation at the end of the nineteenth
    • [a leading German physiologist at the turn of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century, it was well-nigh only mathematics. That was the
    • nineteenth century. But supposing our words and concepts not only
    • its apex in the last third of the nineteenth century silences our
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    • over something from the last third of the nineteenth century, but one
    • cannot, as the first, after the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • what to do with them. Nonetheless they are arising: in the inner life
    • penetrate to depths of the soul where they spring directly from the
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    • from this, what permeated the young, at the turn of the nineteenth
    • the nineteenth century. They were thoroughly healthy forces, but
    • nineteenth century, as, for example, Herbart — one could name
    • third of the nineteenth century — whoever realizes what a
    • and reached its climax at the end of the nineteenth century.
    • similar experiences. But in the nineties of last century I was always
    • approach to knowledge generally at the end of the nineteenth century.
    • movement at the turn of the nineteenth century. Often they were not
    • the nineteenth century is extraordinarily significant. Yes, but this
    • many of those who are true sons of the nineteenth century are shaking
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    • about the turn of the nineteenth century, by considering the trend of
    • again about the turn of the nineteenth century.
    • been entirely lost. It was at the turn of the nineteenth century that
    • mankind at large. For between the fifteenth and the nineteenth
    • the nineteenth century, those that gave the tone to the later mode of
    • third of the nineteenth century, although they may have been written
    • still actively working during the last third of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century. These books are written in the style of later
    • but particularly to the first third of the nineteenth century.
    • of the nineteenth century more and more souls arose in whom there no
    • nineteenth century and at the beginning of the twentieth that it
    • in the second half of the nineteenth century a dreadful thing
    • who in the last third of the nineteenth century wrote that one can
    • the nineteenth century, a vanishing minority. In general the people
    • who do write them. In the last third of the nineteenth century
    • Science, one finds in the last third of the nineteenth century a
    • in the second half of the nineteenth century. They were to be found
    • penetrate into it because they felt dissatisfied with a culture
    • examining ever smaller and smaller objects, to penetrate into the
    • lived as Professor in Jena at the end of the nineteenth century, was
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    • nineteenth century. It has been brought about by circumstances
    • between about the eighteenth and nineteenth years. Just as it is
    • eighteenth and nineteenth years. For it is out of the inner being
    • to the eighteenth or nineteenth year the “acquisition of
    • nineteenth year it is not possible really to know anything. But in
    • you penetrate to the land of knowledge.”
    • artistic can we penetrate into the realm of truth, there can be no
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    • nineteenth century he was persuaded by Schiller to revise Faust he
    • ought to be pensioned off. Michelet was ninety and lectured with
    • Michelet was, as I said, ninety years old!
    • nineteenth years, can develop so that from then onwards one can know
    • is equally possible at nineteen, since intellectuality is a stage
    • or nineteen that it can acquire any real significance for him.
    • yesterday, the eighteenth or nineteenth — woe betide it if
    • growing up about the turn of the nineteenth century. Try to feel that
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    • darkness impenetrable to the world of abstract concepts. But if, with
    • the nineteenth century. Now he was also a child of his age, that is
    • future, we penetrate ourselves with the art that must enter
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    • spoke of how, at the end of the nineteenth century, the so-called
    • need for penetrating still further into the inner being of man or of
    • realize that those who represented the nineteenth century can no
    • goes without saying that books about Goethe written in the nineteenth
    • third of the nineteenth century which can give some idea of Goethe is
    • been young oneself we penetrate to the ego — only then can
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    • penetrating way. Mankind has worked itself up to the most abstract
    • culmination in the nineteenth century, is that the concepts dying in
    • devoured by the dragon. And in the last third of the nineteenth
    • century on into the nineteenth. We see it correctly only when we
    • from the fifteenth century and on into the nineteenth, humanity was
    • live in all souls today? Because the dragon penetrates even to the
    • can see if one penetrates the being of man that in the human organic
    • door to this knowledge was firmly barred in the nineteenth century,
    • penetrated right into the human heart, into the human soul, and has
    • dragon. This had become so acute in the last third of the nineteenth
    • century, at the turn of the nineteenth century and on into the
    • time become real, to the highest degree. When we penetrate into the
    • nineteenth century — Michael's intervention with which we
    • Science; that is to say, Michael actually penetrates from spiritual
    • the last third of the nineteenth century, the older generation felt
    • nineteenth, which has developed the human being so that he has become
    • thoughts unconcerned with penetrating into the human soul, into man,
    • third of the nineteenth century, has been striving to enter our
    • all, to let something that cannot be uttered in words penetrate to
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    • spiritual powers here in the physical world. We try to penetrate as it
    • interpenetrating one another. Just as the atmosphere surrounds and
    • emancipated, so to speak, from the sphere which is interpenetrated by
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    • conception as it developed in the course of the nineteenth century and
    • formation points back to the previous planetary stages of our
    • close of the nineteenth century — all oriental wisdom points to
    • the importance of this close of the nineteenth century, although from
    • nineteenth century the time has come when human beings must recognize
    • of Golgotha. Since the last third of the nineteenth century Michael
    • must penetrate these mysteries. It must, boldly and courageously, face
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    • formations of the earth planet to which, of course, mankind as such
    • another, as interpenetrating one another. Thus, is I designate the
    • spiritual sphere, the desire of egotism penetrates into our human
    • observation, for it is filled with more than ninety percent of fluid,
    • the nineteenth century he is able, in growing measure, to find the
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    • thought-penetration of the Mystery of Golgotha has been carried out
    • not completely penetrate your soul, which you will have to work over,
    • we do not try to penetrate them with our consciousness, they make us
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    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • into consideration what today is called magnetism, electricity, and so
    • himself with the Christ, then these Ahrimanic powers cannot penetrate
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    • they penetrate into you, they can be breathed if one practices Yoga
    • anti-Michaelic beings — are able to penetrate into the air and,
    • clear about the fact that the soul element penetrates through cosmic
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    • matter that must be penetrated by cognition. For right up to our time,
    • the European family of peoples in the nineteenth century, and what is
    • History will only teach us something if we are able to penetrate it
    • influence over others by means of personal magnetism or by
    • experiences. The child has remained here and what he feels penetrates
    • his pain, by his feelings, for he has no longing to penetrate us with
    • his feelings, for he has no longing to penetrate us with his feelings,
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    • that in the last third of the nineteenth century, in contrast to
    • At the beginning of the forties of the nineteenth century, when the
    • nineteenth century, their task in the spiritual world was to create
    • beginning with the forties of the nineteenth century. The time arrived
    • nineteenth century are simply a reflection of what occurred in the
    • penetrate into one's soul. One will realize that the battle of the
    • for compromises. The time that preceded the forties of the nineteenth
    • theological development of the nineteenth century concerning the
    • said that the whole theological development of the nineteenth century
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    • penetrates man as intelligence, and by realizing that the laws
    • Schopenhauer so receptively that he was penetrated by every
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    • an irregular penetration this desire presents itself as
    • clairvoyant who really penetrates to the super-sensible
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    • himself: Can you penetrate it through the power of your
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    • science becomes valuable only when in this way we penetrate
    • netherworld; and on the detour through this netherworld it
    • upper world and from the netherworld.
    • with upper and netherworld. People of today nearly always look
    • upon the upper as the good and the netherworld as the bad. This
    • netherworld more as the world of gravity. Gravity and light
    • beautiful images without penetrating this element to the
    • same way, when we regard the outer world, in penetrating this
    • nineteenth century erected a barrier against this
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    • abstract. We penetrate into the soul of man. And because we penetrate
    • with it he penetrates that darkness which otherwise exists for man in
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    • electricity and magnetism, only they are not working at the
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    • planets, and thus they brought from other worlds what they had to give
    • them to become the leaders of mankind, on other planets. But during
    • development on other planets. It is not until the fifth root-race that
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    • example, that the various planets of the universe are indicated by
    • four planetary embodiments. At the beginning of this development our
    • planet, on the Moon, the astral united itself with it. Then the Moon
    • will transform itself into other planets. Today it is dark. Were one
    • gradually to penetrate with his own inner forces to a visualization
    • so the various planets stand in the heavens. They are at various
    • The planets, however, stand in a certain relationship to each other,
    • and the other planets, but also the movement of the sun itself. Here
    • the planets, turn. The different bodies, however, do not move equally
    • you assume this movement and compare the planetary movements with it,
    • vibrations, so does the one who has penetrated to the level of
    • Through the relationship of the different speeds of the planets, the
    • organized the planets into their relationships. What you see spread
    • matter formed itself into a solar system, into a planetary system.
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    • beings. As man, one would have been able to penetrate these Air
    • beings because they were just as penetrable as air is today. They
    • the ego was added, was the astral body purified. For this a planetary
    • has not descended so deeply into matter and it is penetrated to a
    • mortality. When man was of such spirituality, our planet was in a
    • what we know of the evolutionary history of the planets and of
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    • universe, of the speed with which the single planets move and of the
    • negative electricity, in magnetism, forces of attraction and
    • we can determine with our present organs, the present planetary
    • planets that are not to be seen with physical eyes, such as those in
    • planet within creation enters the mineral kingdom can it be seen.
    • penetrate deep world secrets.
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    • hand is surrounded by the signs of our planets — Saturn, Sun,
    • Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. The seven planets in the seal point to
    • be able to develop himself. His planet then will consist of fiery
    • to the other planets. During those times men went through not only
    • men will receive wisdom not only outwardly, but will be penetrated by
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • can penetrate into the world of those spiritual beings. We can,
    • Christianity, the primeval world wisdom has penetrated but slowly and
    • nineteenth century or thereabouts one can speak of this world wisdom
    • penetrate to the outer world. All of you, my dear friends, know the
    • epochs, large masses of humanity could not penetrate to the sources
    • was the totality of spiritual beings belonging to that planet.
    • which later became the mere names of physical planets — were
    • ellipse and let the planets rotate within it, and spin round
    • to be penetrated by the ancient spirit. It is the task of modern
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • interpenetrates all other elements. Fire interpenetrates the air and
    • element of fire interpenetrating them all.
    • produce solid matter as it is on our planet — to produce
    • planet through the universe, so that precisely this interchange of
    • Only when these ancient documents are interpenetrated by the magic of
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • planetary being — passes through reincarnation. Our earth did
    • life, so the earth is also the reincarnation of another planet which
    • was its forerunner. We call that former planet Moon, but we do not
    • after death. Just as man reincarnates, so this lunar planet is a
    • planetary condition, was the reincarnation of a still earlier
    • planetary condition, which we call Sun. This is not the sun of
    • first planet to which we look back when speaking of incarnations of
    • We have also often said that each planetary condition has a special
    • former planetary conditions, which the earth has passed through had a
    • similar task. Other beings became human on those other planets, and now
    • evolution, the conditions of the planet, on which and for the sake of
    • as a planet of warmth, and thus you can see how right ancient
    • ancient Saturn, and made their pupils realise how a whole planet was
    • Personality. Therefore, they compared the life of this planet to an
    • inner warmth, and Saturn as an external planet of fire would have
    • Saturn entered into a sort of planetary night. Then arose the
    • planetary morning. Everything had to wake up again through laws which
    • Through this a planetary morning dawned; the second metamorphosis of
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • the conception penetrates only a far as the astral. And so the
    • ancient Sun. We have seen that in both of these planetary bodies life
    • skies. During this time, when the Sun-planet was darkened, only
    • substance of the earlier planet.
    • random. To-day, when a new planet is discovered out of the planetary
    • act in unison with our own planetary body; and at the same time you
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • included in such a system, has at first to throw off its planets,
    • strong, absorbs its planets again, and grows into a Vulcan. Then the
    • planets, it becomes itself a circle — a Zodiacal circle. That
    • extraordinarily simple that with the rotation the outer planets
    • fog which in its rotation loosened the Planets around it, like those
    • if you picture those outer planets as boundary marks for the limits
    • theory of the planets, being led thereto through the activity of the
    • This third condition of our planetary system developed in such a way
    • that, for a time, it remained one single planet; then it threw off a
    • planet from itself, which remained in its vicinity. At first, so long
    • rending asunder of the ancient Moon, so that the planet accompanying
    • two planetary frontiers in the heavens lies the great battlefield of
    • nineteenth century has the physical eye discovered again, so to
    • host of small Planetoids scattered in between the orbits of Mars and
    • heavenly spaces and still discover other planetoids, these are still
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • Mars, which as planetoids are still being discovered by physical
    • race-soul. For those who penetrate into spiritual knowledge, the
    • will have to be guided from one planetary condition to another.
    • one planetary condition to another, are the Powers, Exusiai or
    • stood in the centre of our system, and that the planets coursed round
    • that the planets circle around it, in their respective ellipses. But
    • the planets turn around it; but he made a calculation, and this
    • in the middle, let us calculate where the places of the planets must
    • observation, two planets have been added to it —
    • attention to the fact that in reality these two planets Uranus and
    • the other planets. But they do not; we even have among those outer
    • planets, these two lately discovered planets, one which behaves in a
    • somebody must, after having split off the rest of the planets, [have]
    • course is different from that of the other planets. These two differ
    • greatly from the other planets of our solar systems. We shall see
    • from spiritual observation, when one knew that planets are boundary
    • design our whole solar planetary system in a different way if we are
    • planetary system for you as it was expounded in the Mystery Schools
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • that, in the sketch which I made each planet stood in a line with the
    • the planets, not the points where they stand. These are the boundary
    • and astral bodies, who ensouled and, interpenetrated them. This is
    • Atlantean times, who were penetrated by a Spirit of Personality down
    • speak out of the Cosmos downwards into the Planets, and only by
    • before the appearance of our earth, emancipate the planetary men who
    • trying to comprehend the origin of each individual planet, which up
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • is now interpenetrated by ether, by a body of ether. Although it is
    • as dense as gas, it is interpenetrated by an ether-like body.
    • the Lion, Jupiter, (one can also call it Jupiter, for the planet seen
    • planetary development, this condition corresponds to that of the
    • into a body, and this becomes the visible Planet. In fact, any such
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • be answered to-day: the question as to the planets which have
    • origin of the life of a planet up to its end, up to the time when it
    • became a separate, visible, planet. Now someone might affirm that
    • some of these planets we see in the heavens did not originate from
    • must clearly realise that a new epoch begins for a planet when it has
    • wished to follow the origin of a planet, not as it was with ancient
    • region called the Lion, the single planet Saturn (that which we call
    • the single planet Saturn originated.
    • second planet which detached itself from our earth in the course of
    • completely justified; for, with the planets of the present day, we
    • backwards at those first planetary developments of our earth, the
    • Thus we see, that the planets of the present day which are visible to
    • You must also think of such a belt when a planet originates.
    • physical body was not as yet interpenetrated by an etheric body, or
    • From the moment when each of these planets has come of itself to an
    • with every planet. For each planet mirrors faithfully the conditions
    • then. On each planet, such things are the reflected images of great
    • completely transformed, completely penetrated by the work and
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    • der Physischen Welt. Tierkreis, Planeten, Kosmos.
    • and in the planetary and zodiacal spheres, and explaining the task allotted
    • exists. It is the question: in what way do these planetary formations
    • itself. We see that, in fact, a planet grows always smaller in the
    • substance of planets; but it is not all, that is only something which
    • the physical eye and physical instruments can observe in the planets.
    • planets have imprinted on its substance; naturally not in its present
    • planet is ever lost, it all comes back again from the other side.
    • We have said that our planetary formation began with the ancient
    • the Beings who are active within the whole expanse of our planetary
    • Thus we see that the two planets which our astronomers of the present
    • day consider as having the same significance as the other planets
    • gather other facts from this, for instance, that those planets have
    • Spirits; they penetrated the human astral body with their force. The
    • overpowered by these forces which penetrated him, only because he was
    • able to penetrate, not only the physical, etheric and astral bodies
    • of men, as former exalted Beings had done, but to penetrate into man
    • who later was able to penetrate into the human ‘I’, who
    • it down. For the Being who could penetrate into the Ego of man, is of
    • astral body and penetrate him with their activities, which find
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    • penetrate beyond the outer nature of things. The star of Lucifer,
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    • penetrate the higher worlds is nothing less than the acquisition of
    • outer senses. We penetrate into a spiritual domain when we experience
    • does he penetrate to these higher divine spiritual beings? At the
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    • stage may be designated as that of ‘penetration into the world
    • which envelopes and penetrates the human being in the form of an
    • would gradually have become a planetary body from which the men would
    • of one whose spiritual sight is able to penetrate into the Cosmos as
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    • of the seer penetrating through this illusion represents one path to
    • seer penetrating these veils represents the other path into the
    • up the external world of the senses appears; when man penetrates
    • to penetrate the veil of the sense world, but he must leave it just
    • faculty for penetrating through the outer veils of the sense world to
    • reached by penetrating through the veils of the outer sense world. To
    • belonged to the Nether World and were rulers of the soul life.
    • aright. But where the two faculties of penetrating through the
    • also an instrument of ever increasing suitability for penetrating the
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    • deepen the power of penetration to the spiritual world which lies
    • penetration of the ultimate nature of our world) was combined in the
    • gaze outwards, and in penetrating through the tapestry of the sense
    • men, on penetrating through the tapestry of the sense world, saw the
    • crust of his soul life through which he could not penetrate to the
    • faculty of penetrating through the forces of the soul life into the
    • themselves in order to penetrate through this inner life to Dionysos,
    • occurrence, this penetration of the soul by the Christ has also its
    • Christ substance, becomes mature enough to penetrate again into the
    • such an extent that men again become able to penetrate into the realm
    • intensified by the Luciferic principle, in order to penetrate more
    • the upper regions and the other in the nether regions; then the
    • the cosmic Christ was felt to be penetrating the earth to a greater
    • human soul, became the planetary spirit of the earth, growing more
    • must penetrate through the sense-world into the spiritual world and
    • Bringer.’ No faculties for penetration into that region can
    • and develops those faculties by means of which we have to penetrate
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    • the air to us being penetrated by light, but not revealing the light.
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    • of Lucifer penetrated within the soul, breaking through the veils of
    • Being has now descended to earth; Christ must penetrate so deeply
    • around himself an etheric, cosmic net, wove it out of the thoughts of
    • should not be satisfied with the mere letter, but should penetrate
    • more, through the disclosures made in the newer mysteries, penetrate
    • already withdrawn into impenetrable depths of existence could still
    • being in its unity. Men could no longer penetrate as far as during
    • unity far above man's knowledge; they did not venture to penetrate
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    • came in, that is to say in the time element, the seven planets were
    • mission of the Earth planet in our cosmic system is to bring love
    • we shall be able to penetrate more and more deeply into the secrets
    • planet; so they were later on the old Sun, and on the old Moon, and
    • planet from old Saturn to old Sun and from that to old Moon and so
    • on. Planetary existence arises and passes away, but the Zodiac is
    • penetrating into the astral realm we enter a world of change —
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    • Mysteries of Ephesus had penetrated was Heraclitus. He then
    • philosophers of the nineteenth century had to work with when they
    • really penetrate into the wisdom of the universe; one must be able to
    • matter, but only by gaseous substances that then penetrate the bodily
    • matter that penetrates the organs of the mucous membrane of the nose.
    • increase in the intimacy of the interaction. We penetrate still
    • penetrate it. Taste, where man and matter unite more intimately, is
    • possibility of penetrating still more deeply into the outer world.
    • We proceed, penetrating still deeper into matter. For
    • Now we ask ourselves if it is possible to penetrate into
    • of the other three we penetrate it ever more deeply. Through the
    • then penetrate deeper and deeper by means of the others. But what I
    • penetrate the spiritual world. There we find an eleventh, a twelfth
    • cannot penetrate. The concept halts before the external, just as the
    • in the nineteenth century, everything pertaining even to philosophy
    • sight does not penetrate as deeply as hearing. Through hearing we
    • the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth senses we penetrate their
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    • from an inflexible sort of thinking that cannot really penetrate into
    • proportion as the gaseous substance penetrates the mucous membrane of
    • penetrates the gaseous substance, and experiences something in it,
    • spirits of the order of Archangels, who penetrate man with the sense
    • When progressing to higher cognition, penetrating the secret of
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    • interlaced by the nervous system, and only later does it penetrate to
    • truths. The deeper we penetrate into these matters, the clearer it
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    • biogenetic law. According to this, man in his germinal states passes
    • through the invisible. The deeper we penetrate into theosophy the
    • necessary not only that an outer perception should penetrate, but
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    • experiences that enter through the portals of our senses, penetrating
    • the outer world by causing its essential substance to penetrate the
    • penetrates to the surface. But let us suppose that the force of
    • were, that it remained an inner condition, not penetrating to a sense
    • way as to act from a distance, as a magnetic needle points to the
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    • force that penetrates with difficulty into that other soul force that
    • any given moment, you will see a certain interpenetration of these
    • destructive; they develop destructive forces that penetrate our
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    • habits of thought, and if a person is unable to penetrate — his
    • spiritual world, and that merely by penetrating to truth and living
    • concentration, and so forth. If you penetrate into the whole spirit
    • penetrating into the super-sensible world by means of an error
    • evolution of humanity. It lived on even into the nineteenth century,
    • doctrine had always had adherents, even in the nineteenth century.
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    • The deeper you penetrate into this interrelationship,
    • our own body without penetrating consciousness — a process
    • that is to penetrate our consciousness. Let us consider this more
    • closely. How does imagination first of all penetrate consciousness?
    • must penetrate some form of emotion — a sorrow or joy, a
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    • penetrating this imaginative world may be morally quite casual, for
    • Antoinette, or the reincarnation of some saint. Because such people
    • Penetrating maya, the world of spiritual activity
    • than much that was said in the philosophies of the nineteenth
    • in the first two thirds of the nineteenth century. In the eighteenth
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    • from her, nor can we penetrate more deeply into her being. She lifts
    • higher planetary sphere to our Earth which was now to become the scene
    • conditions then obtaining upon the planetary body. Only those who are
    • and Earth were still one body, The beings who dwelt upon this planet
    • as they were on the planetary body consisting of Sun, Moon and Earth.
    • being. Just as the Earth was born from a planetary body in which the
    • penetrated into the dark world of desires, impulses and passions.
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    • we must penetrate into deep mysteries of human existence. Of outer
    • through inherited clairvoyant faculties, can feel himself penetrating
    • seers that vision penetrated most deeply during the period of the
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    • nineteen hundred years behind us, to give an answer to the question:
    • of the penetration of the Jesus-feeling into the soul-life of the
    • that at Christmas time, nineteen hundred and sixteen years after the
    • impenetrable as they are by the human mind (Weber: Lehrbuch der
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    • to be. Every planet was felt to have reality of being. In a kind of
    • each planet, just as to-day we converse with one another in ordinary
    • conditions can penetrate into waking life, were very active in the
    • knowledge, and it is only then that we can penetrate into the nature
    • things from the vantage-point of the soul, but they do not penetrate
    • intellectual analysis and reason. And in the nineteenth century,
    • of the Festival until the nineteenth century. What is the Christmas
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    • penetrate deeply enough into our life of soul.
    • destiny. But what Christ Jesus has brought into the world penetrates
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    • ourselves here to penetrate from the abstract into the concrete and to
    • that the forces of thought could penetrate it, in somewhat the same
    • way as life subconsciously penetrated it through the act of vision
    • power, through his music, of teaching the beings of the nether world.
    • more and more worthy themselves to penetrate that sphere. In the
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    • the age of eighteen or nineteen, assume a different form. He may cease
    • with greater zest. When he is eighteen or nineteen the feelings and
    • sentiments that penetrated his soul, three years before the change of
    • done in that way; it is only possible to penetrate into the life of
    • penetrate to the fundamental principles of Education. Karma provides a
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    • — was completed at the end of the nineteenth century, and because
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    • Through Christ, the impulse was to penetrate to the depths of man's
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    • astral body — into which could penetrate the Christ, He who,
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    • As our own age, our nineteenth century drew near, the time came when
    • arose in the course of the nineteenth century, that there should flow
    • the external documents? What was being done in the nineteenth century
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    • The very opposite must take place if one would penetrate into the
    • were, go out of ourselves, penetrate the things and then bring them
    • indeed possible for visionary experiences to penetrate into us. In
    • penetrate today to a knowledge of the ego. Such a comprehension was
    • the man of today penetrates increasingly into his personal ego and
    • that in the nineteenth century this way of viewing the ego was
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    • Lecture III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
    • Man's Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
    • Jupiter, Saturn, that is, in the stars belonging to the planetary
    • for those who can penetrate deeply into such a subject, those whose
    • into the planetary spheres. First of all, he expands as far as the
    • spiritual worlds he expands into the planetary system, first into the
    • received only from the planetary system.
    • planetary system and from there draw the forces for building up our
    • Christ impulse, a power has penetrated into our souls that enables
    • and rebirth, we pass into the spheres of the planets and of the Sun.
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    • of the outer world. Thus we ascend and the spiritual world penetrates
    • life, immortalized with remarkable artistic penetration. I kept away
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    • shine towards us, to penetrate us. But in order to understand this
    • positions of the planets. An explanation of what does no apparently
    • Physical World: Zodiac, Planets, Cosmos.
    • Thus we grow farther out into cosmic space, into the whole planetary
    • rebirth during the period we are expanding into the planetary
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    • after death, even of the world beyond the planetary system. In his
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    • importance to such surrounding forms and seek to penetrate what they
    • circumscribed by the orbit of the moon. They interpenetrate one
    • another. Yet this interpenetration does not mean togetherness. The
    • In later phases when kamaloca has come to an end, we penetrate into
    • penetrating to the essential core common to all religious creeds. In
    • spot, this ambition comes to you with the corresponding planet in a
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    • penetrates into practical life, and it will do so in the future, we
    • Ancient occult vision penetrated to this point only occasionally.
    • man must always penetrate into the Christ-substance of the earth that
    • does the ego of man penetrate into the substance of the Sun Spirit. Man
    • dead. We shall gradually penetrate further into the nature of man's
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    • are unable to distinguish between a planet and a fixed starry but
    • by penetrating into the depth of the soul. Many people, however, are
    • form of penetration into spiritual life. They, too, after they have
    • father and grandfather by way of heredity, it is nonetheless true
    • nothing will penetrate to him and he will listen but hear nothing.
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    • penetrate into her presence. It is as if she were not there. When
    • eighteenth and nineteenth centuries must already have reached a
    • complete network of relationships may come about.
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    • After death we are unable to penetrate the darkness unless we have
    • At the beginning of the seventeenth century another planet was
    • with, we go through the planets of our planetary system. We
    • Following these we go into the surroundings of our planetary system
    • nineteenth century there were already some personalities — and
    • earth also. Beings belonging to other planets, just as man belongs to
    • the planetary spheres. So that in fact inhabitants of other planets
    • from other planets as they pass through the earth sphere? One would
    • planetary realms, but this is only possible if on earth one has
    • planets. It may sound peculiar and yet it is so, that for those who
    • the nature of that planet, the strange theories that physics and
    • themselves when spiritual science will have penetrated the soul more
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    • condition. This is true for certain realms but when one penetrates
    • because we are not able to penetrate to the full reality of things.
    • Physical existence is not only penetrated by super-sensible
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    • him to the earth, man journeys through the planetary spheres and even
    • within us has in fact contracted from the planetary universe. Quite
    • literally we bear within us what we have lived through in a planetary
    • planetary system. It was entirely in keeping with the facts that Mars
    • was considered to be the member of our planetary system connected
    • Beings of our planetary system are continually streaming past each
    • there are itinerants from all the other planets in our environment.
    • itinerants among the other planetary “men,” if one might
    • existence. Other beings are allotted to the other planetary worlds,
    • planetary system. This should be borne in mind. Thus at a certain
    • onwards, so also do the other planets undergo an evolution in their
    • event of the greatest significance for that planet then took place.
    • has Mars become entirely a planet of peace. That process will still
    • the Moon. (The outer planets indicate the relative positions of the
    • consequence is that when the one planet stands behind the other they
    • from Mars. So the position of the planets really does indicate what
    • When in astrology we ascertain the positions of the planets and also
    • indication of what we ourselves have inscribed. The outer planets are
    • Here is the real reason why the planetary constellations have an
    • through the several planetary spheres. Here is the real reason why
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    • it expands into the entirety of the planetary system so that all
    • interpenetrate one another but without being aware of it. Spiritual
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    • human beings. Each planetary body becomes an organ for us after death
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    • B.C. up to the nineteenth century A.D., and then by adding to the
    • nineteenth century; these again were caused by events in the second
    • third of the nineteenth century, and these again by those in the
    • condition of the nineteenth century as a result of the French
    • have described, and it is by no means rare. Indeed in the nineteenth
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    • amount of penetration was necessary in order to plead the cause of
    • nineteenth century the belief existed that ideas rule history. But
    • ground, they say, “That is gravitation!” When a magnet
    • attracts bits of iron, they say: “That is magnetic force!”
    • They are not content with saying simply, “There is the magnet,”
    • but they say, “The magnet presupposes that supersensibly,
    • invisibly, a magnetic force is present, extending in all directions.”
    • thinker who can penetrate into the nature of thought, there is not
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    • Seven Moods or Planets, Twelve Shades of the Zodiac, and
    • who wants to penetrate into the truth of the world, it is important
    • Zodiac, and as other planets apparently do the same, so it is
    • Cosmos from the different planets varies according as the individual
    • planets stand in one or other of the Zodiacal signs. In the case of
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
    • except what penetrates into the ‘spirit’.” That is
    • of Spiritism; for Gnosis is a “planet” which passes
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • can once more be regarded as a planet which passes through all twelve
    • signs of the Zodiac and the planets, the seven planets familiar in
    • entered into by the planets, as they follow their orbits through the
    • must be gone through experimentally by anyone who wants to penetrate
    • special psychic configuration has been penetrated.
    • Mystery-schools, just this mood, with all the soul-planets standing
    • world-outlook-moods — the planetary element — and through
    • the seven planets, so Anthropomorphism is the world-outlook nearest
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
    • physical cosmos; the Zodiac, the planetary system; Sun, Moon and
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    • (Views of the World and of Life in the Nineteenth Century).
    • B.C. up to the nineteenth century A.D., and then by adding to the
    • nineteenth century; these again were caused by events in the second
    • third of the nineteenth century, and these again by those in the
    • condition of the nineteenth century as a result of the French
    • have described, and it is by no means rare. Indeed in the nineteenth
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    • amount of penetration was necessary in order to plead the cause of
    • nineteenth century the belief existed that ideas rule history. But
    • ground, they say, “That is gravitation!” When a magnet
    • attracts bits of iron, they say: “That is magnetic force!”
    • They are not content with saying simply, “There is the magnet,”
    • but they say, “The magnet presupposes that supersensibly,
    • invisibly, a magnetic force is present, extending in all directions.”
    • thinker who can penetrate into the nature of thought, there is not
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    • Seven Moods or Planets, Twelve Shades of the Zodiac, and
    • who wants to penetrate into the truth of the world, it is important
    • Zodiac, and as other planets apparently do the same, so it is
    • Cosmos from the different planets varies according as the individual
    • planets stand in one or other of the Zodiacal signs. In the case of
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
    • except what penetrates into the ‘spirit’.” That is
    • of Spiritism; for Gnosis is a “planet” which passes
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • can once more be regarded as a planet which passes through all twelve
    • signs of the Zodiac and the planets, the seven planets familiar in
    • entered into by the planets, as they follow their orbits through the
    • must be gone through experimentally by anyone who wants to penetrate
    • special psychic configuration has been penetrated.
    • Mystery-schools, just this mood, with all the soul-planets standing
    • world-outlook-moods — the planetary element — and through
    • the seven planets, so Anthropomorphism is the world-outlook nearest
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
    • physical cosmos; the Zodiac, the planetary system; Sun, Moon and
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    • world penetrates everywhere, it is no longer easy to grasp how the
    • and penetrates to the deeper laws of existence, differs profoundly
    • consciousness, self-consciousness. But when we penetrate existence
    • Without partial death a ray of light is not able to penetrate a
    • from with consciousness arises. But when light penetrates into the
    • see how when a ray of light penetrates a simple being, the skin
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    • human wisdom which penetrates to the actual nature of things lying
    • leader. Then the mission of this planet is fulfilled and it goes over
    • to another embodiment. The Earth will then obtain a new planetary
    • existence, and men will then be the gods of the new planet. The body
    • planet and that which will be the lower kingdom. Just as the Earth
    • gods of the next planet, so were the Beings who now lead us, men on
    • the previous planet and they had as lower element what we are as men
    • evolution. And on the future planet men will have advanced so far
    • Cosmos of Love; existence on the previous planet signifies the Cosmos
    • conflict on the earth so was error to be found on the earlier planet.
    • earthly evolution will bring love into the next planet as a force of
    • the following planet will look up to the gods as to the bringers of
    • the earlier planet. All the kingdoms of the world are connected with
    • the previous planet rose to the height of wisdom. Beings remained
    • with personality. On the earlier planet wisdom was an instinct
    • Lucifer brings a shrunken, blemished wisdom but this can penetrate
    • old dough means for the new bread: this, from the earlier planet,
    • longer good. Evil is good out of place. The absolute good of a planet
    • always brings evil too in one of its parts to the new planet. Evil is
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  • 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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    • Suppose that a young man in his nineteenth year, who by some accident
    • calling took place in the youth's nineteenth year, probably the next
    • this case karma or the laws of karma have penetrated his
    • later on have been able to penetrate into the secrets of the world,
    • had done this, they could only develop on a planet which had a firm
    • materialistic culture of the second half of the nineteenth century,
    • The next appearance of the comet will be [was] in 1986. Its periodic visitations occur at intervals of about 76 years, and have been recorded since 240 BC. During its last visit, it passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, the Earth actually passing through the tail of the cornet. It is interesting to note that this series of lectures were being given as the comet was at its closest to the Earth, May 1910. (Ed.)
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    • consider the animals only as automata. He who cannot penetrate into
    • all the other planetary bodies belonging to our special Earth
    • existence. We need not go into the manner in which the other planets,
    • in preceding years, we know that on each of the planetary incarnations
    • planetary conditions were the right ones, and then carried those laws
    • ancient times mingle and interpenetrate with those of modern times.
    • took refuge on other planets belonging to our solar system. Only a
    • rise higher we had to go to other planets and leave the bodies below
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    • and not one which really penetrates into the facts. If we wish to
    • harmful influences from outside have penetrated into the physical body
    • etheric body is contained as if in an essence, all that has penetrated
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • lasted for a long time, even into the nineteenth century, and when we
    • beginning of the nineteenth centuries and for some time later, we are
    • In the nineteenth century this view was reversed into the exact
    • of the nineteenth century and which won more and more favour. The
    • the course of the nineteenth century so that you may realise how ideas
    • body. Thus this new body is penetrated with the tendency so to act on
    • highest degree. This striving draws him, as if magnetically, to places
    • the Earth's evolution there penetrated into the development of
    • same time. The fact that this influence had penetrated into his astral
    • Ahriman cannot penetrate deeper, but finds a hindrance in his
    • or rational judgement, penetrate down into the foundation of the human
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    • the nineteenth century, and side by side with this we showed the
    • so-called ‘self-healing’ penetrated the minds of the young
    • organism. And this barrier against the penetration by our acts and
    • penetrate in a definite way into our inner organism and there
    • unstable balance. Through this penetration by astral excitability, the
    • between birth and death cannot penetrate so deeply during one single
    • period between death and re-birth it may penetrate so deeply into the
    • continually penetrate into man. While the luciferic forces act more
    • penetrate us as through a rift in the external world. If we pursue the
    • Pisa, we can spin a thought-net embracing all these events whereby the
    • penetrate us with the greatest strength, and here our thought refuses
    • shall have to educate ourselves to penetrate Maya and illusion, that
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    • indeed penetrate somewhat deeper into the whole nature of man's being
    • penetrate. Thus there is a good reason for our losing consciousness
    • perception is directed towards penetration of the inner being, but is
    • to penetrate our inner being with our consciousness.
    • attempted really to penetrate the inner being of man. Let us consider
    • that world into which we penetrate on falling asleep. Through this we
    • astral body penetrated further into the other members than it does
    • astral body should try to penetrate further into the other members
    • than it ought, to impregnate and penetrate more than is its due? A
    • certain normal standard is necessary for the penetration of the astral
    • soon as the astral body acts wrongly, as soon as it penetrates deeper
    • astral body penetrates further into the physical and etheric bodies
    • it penetrates the physical and etheric bodies further than it should?
    • the Ego upon awakening. What is this excessive penetration of the
    • penetration into the etheric and physical bodies by the astral body
    • abnormal for present day man, where the etheric body has penetrated
    • when it penetrates too deeply into the physical body. But this will
    • event, namely, a movement. In this case, because he cannot penetrate
    • to occurrences. When this deeper penetration of the etheric body into
    • where they lead to a penetration of the etheric body into the physical
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    • goal step by step, but that with each step we are trying to penetrate
    • they continually intercross and interpenetrate. And it will be easy to
    • wishes to penetrate into the spiritual world, whether by penetrating
    • being. When we penetrate the world which lies behind the physical
    • moral culture, he will be in great danger when penetrating his inner
    • deeply penetrated, the man would, if he were to experience the whole
    • forces connected with a deeper penetration by the etheric body would
    • which penetrate into our astral body, and those benevolent powers
    • regular movements of the Earth and of the planets began, and that
    • regular course of the planets round the Sun, through the changes of
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    • penetration of the etheric body by the rational soul. For the truths
    • consciousness and the astral consciousness cannot penetrate to the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • woman. The further we penetrate into the purely spiritual and into the
    • penetrates most deeply into the soul, will have a greater tendency to
    • scientific experiences, but they do not penetrate his soul life as
    • before. In man's organism the inner man has penetrated thoroughly into
    • more spirituality. She does not penetrate so deeply into matter, but keeps
    • does not penetrate so profoundly into matter, and especially keeps her
    • This will demonstrate that intellectuality does not penetrate very
    • penetrate less deeply into the organism in the next incarnation. He
    • to penetrate far more deeply into the organism, into the material part
    • penetration of external and internal man, than would have been
    • possible without the luciferic influence. This penetration was the
    • taken from us. Denser matter penetrating us, from our birth onward,
    • understand this, it may lead us to penetrate more profoundly into the
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    • said that the soul of man can penetrate more or less deeply into
    • in a man the soul penetrates deeper into matter, while in the female
    • penetration of the soul into matter takes place. We saw also how
    • elements, even in the nineteenth century, were still considered to be
    • of the nineteenth century, were incapable of being further divided.
    • changed in ‘each fifty years’ of the nineteenth century, so
    • hypothesis’ of the nineteenth century. Therein one sought to find
    • as an activity of Lucifer, and from this side leads to a penetration
    • ‘magnetic healing.’ What does the healer communicate to the
    • which has absorbed luciferic or ahrimanic forces can penetrate that
    • misunderstanding of light, and the darkness which has penetrated into
    • then into a new planetary form.
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    • of Greece. He penetrates into the astral bodies and enkindles
    • shall penetrate to that of which matter really consists — to the
    • a love which does not remain in mankind alone, but penetrates right
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    • of the experiences that had penetrated to her very core but not
    • connected with the various planets: Sun, Mars, Mercury periods, and
    • The cosmic ways are hard to penetrate.
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    • nature; Lucifer penetrates with his impulses into the inner nature of
    • penetrated simply by luciferic points of view. Lucifer finds the best
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    • are the things we must know if we wish to penetrate with open eyes
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    • will penetrate the actual spiritual world. On ascending to this
    • is an alluring idea to have been Julius Caesar or Marie Antoinette in
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    • penetrate to the historical ideas that have played a part in human
    • that he had penetrated to a law acting in the physical world as
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    • to penetrate to the true ego, the true inner being, enveloped in the
    • penetrate into the spiritual world with memory, how no new
    • death and rebirth. But if one penetrates to the true ego after having
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    • penetrate this culture. A discerning person who has some
    • would last a whole eternity; a man might live to be eighty or ninety
    • it to some extent on his own. On trying to penetrate ever more deeply into
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    • penetrate into the meaning behind them. If we succeed in this, great
    • between the higher and the nether gods. When man spoke of the gods
    • has penetrated everywhere into Protestant countries and we are rising
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    • penetrate into certain secrets of existence and life, if we would
    • penetrating yet a little more deeply into the mysteries of existence.
    • to the fact that man in his present condition penetrates but very
    • things. Were he to penetrate more deeply, then on forming the idea of
    • penetrates into this realm. Then he not only has the abstract idea,
    • together as magnetism or electricity in order that something may be
    • In this way we penetrate into the meaning of life; nothing, not even
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    • come to Aristotle, who formed the most comprehensive and penetrating
    • instance, Herbart in the nineteenth century, were anxious that
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    • fantasy. It was the hope of the luciferic beings to create a planetary
    • earth-planet and the ahrimanic beings wanted to contribute their
    • Lucifer wants to take men's souls away and found a planet with them of
    • continent, a new planetary body with them. All the unrest and
    • these three expressions of the spiritual life of the nineteenth
    • In complete accord with the science of the nineteenth century, he sets
    • that a man of the nineteenth century is able to conceive! The element
    • nineteenth century in a threefold description. The Life of
    • written with all the learning of the nineteenth century. Then came
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    • that of humans, to such a degree that a special luciferic planet,
    • world of prejudice — a Society that permeates and interpenetrates
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    • of paper. At best, it resembles the phonetic or grammatical rules by
    • phonetic or grammatical rules. Thus, if we were to examine a printed
    • the other letters and perhaps even the rules pertaining to phonetics
    • its course approximately in the middle of the nineteenth century. As
    • was reached in the year 1840, that is, in the middle of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth, humanity was evolving quite distinct faculties that were
    • Kepler and later in the scientists of the eighteenth and nineteenth
    • from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries? They are mainly the
    • from the middle of the nineteenth century on for the gradual
    • that can keenly, penetratingly and logically master the outer surface
    • what purpose have these faculties appeared that penetrate so little
    • nineteenth century. Those who know something of the spiritual life
    • world penetrates extensively or intensively into world affairs.
    • nineteenth century a certain longing has arisen, as if through some
    • evolution after the middle of the nineteenth century, we have these
    • reason thought was quite unable to penetrate below the surface.
    • longer find strength to penetrate into the spiritual world. As a
    • originate from quite another soul. In reality, a network of spiritual
    • in the middle of the nineteenth century an age had closed; that
    • counted for least, from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries,
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    • souls, from the earth in order to found a realm and planet of their
    • egos, and the souls would have departed to a special planet of their
    • the earth upon a separate planet.
    • leave the earth and build up a separate planetary body, while the
    • departed to found another planet under the leadership of Lucifer and
    • China there came from Europe a Venetian, Marco Polo. At the court of
    • as a result of a really devilish tenet. This tenet defines the good in
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    • working from the past and interpenetrating the impulses of the present
    • Europe — should have led to a certain penetration of European
    • and to led away from it to a special planet, leaving the earth
    • the highest degree this complete penetration of the soul with the
    • influence penetrated into the midst of European evolution through the
    • is distinguished in a special way. You know that the magnetic north
    • pole. Magnetic needles everywhere point toward the magnetic north pole
    • and one can draw magnetic meridians that meet at this point. Up in
    • North America where the magnetic north pole lies, these magnetic
    • in the Lemurian region the magnetic meridians become sinuous
    • serpentine lines. The magnetic forces are twisted into a serpentine
    • One who sees the living earth, however, knows that magnetism is like a
    • Takes the Magnetic Line its chosen course,
    • different forms. When one follows this through with penetration, there
    • nineteenth century and now on into the twentieth. A great number of
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    • spiritual development of our age is not fitted for a full penetration
    • and nineteenth centuries in Europe, one must naturally have in mind
    • the nineteenth century and their constitutional conflicts, will
    • and at times brilliant thinkers, penetrating minds with respect to
    • fourteenth to the nineteenth centuries is, as we know, also permeated
    • sun. There is a similar relationship with the other planets, too. At
    • etc. The planets carry out quite complicated movements in universal
    • thinking from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, has had
    • research was penetrated with a noble mood resembling the mood of
    • life, and was conscious of how they penetrate it. Indeed, it was
    • veil means that one cannot penetrate behind wisdom, that one will
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    • life with most penetration in what I must call Goetheanism. Goethe,
    • In the nineteenth century, again and again, we can see how men strove
    • first time in the much-confused nineteenth century how men attempted
    • Russian revolutionaries of the second and last third of the nineteenth
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    • came to pass in the last third of the nineteenth century, the event
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    • content. Since the last third of the nineteenth century, the Spiritual
    • of the nineteenth century, the Spiritual World has willed to re-enter
    • more since the last third of the nineteenth century, to enter our
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    • nineteenth century. Modern man stands before a terrible fact today
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    • penetrate and place before us the eternal in man and in the world, and
    • senses and not perceived therein. So we may learn to penetrate into an
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    • which penetrates us fully in all our powers and faculties when we
    • the mysteries did not penetrate into the knowledge of death. They
    • the fullest sense of the term; we are deepened and penetrated with new
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    • another planet to draw a picture of the earth; and he would have shown
    • primal vapor — perhaps a spiral vapor. Out of this, planets
    • evolve, leaving the sun in the middle. On one of the planets gradually
    • our ability to penetrate once more into the super-sensible world. The
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    • just described — as a soil for the germs. These things penetrate
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    • reach by once more penetrating and entering into our relationship with
    • They compute the paths of the planets — the positions of the
    • thinks of as the planet earth. And the present habits of thinking
    • penetrate the spiritual world by means of the ordinary
    • impossibility of merely extending the laws of nature when we penetrate
    • if we prepare ourselves to accomplish this; but in penetrating into the
    • even penetrate into the system of physical nature laws, because
    • That is where spiritual science penetrates. It points out that when
    • in which during sleep we penetrate into the spiritual world, greater
    • confronted men in former things through a primitive, but penetrating,
    • sun-rays; but the spiritual activities of the sun penetrated it, and
    • penetrated, but from which the physical effect was excluded. His
    • All this penetrated even the most intimate details of the social life.
    • enable the priest, by penetrating the secrets of the seasons' cycle,
    • individual planet tells us provides the vowels of the world-script;
    • and all that forms around the vowels when the planets pass the
    • pertains to the planets.
    • planetary system's memory; everything that has ever occurred in our
    • planetary system since the beginning of time is preserved by the
    • study the great cosmic-historical course of our planetary system,
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    • true nature of the planets: that they are not the mere physical bodies
    • the allotted time to consider each separate planet, nor is it
    • — to be determined by the spiritual forces of the planetary
    • act upon the earth spirits from the planetary system does so in
    • under the influence of the cosmic planetary world; and in a former
    • determined by the planets. From the beings which in winter I had to
    • their experiences with the planets. — And just as we experience
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    • to a penetration into cosmic secrets.
    • physical in all things; that is, if you penetrate into the depths of
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    • When we penetrate into these facts we feel, if we regard
    • exit of the moon from the earthly planet, and have shown that the
    • moon was formerly united with the earth-planet, and, at a definite
    • the realm of the planetary world which belongs to our earth. We have
    • physical embryonic and the spiritual existence interpenetrate each
    • warmth, because warmth does not penetrate into them from outside.
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    • those beings into whom we penetrate with our world of gesture; but we
    • physiognomy and gesture. This penetration which takes place in sleep
    • could not penetrate into the arms or legs; everything goes into the
    • Ye penetrate into
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    • The Connection of Man with the Earth-Planet
    • the hardest on the earth, he penetrates by their means directly into
    • metallic nature generally. Here we penetrate under the surface of the
    • The experiences of the whole planetary system (I have already spoken
    • planetary cosmic system in which we live. What the earth has
    • can listen by penetrating spiritually into the inner part of the
    • and from thence much penetrated into what became the Greek and Roman
    • not penetrate through his eye with the nerve-sense ray; if lead did
    • not penetrate into the body through the breathing and in an endlessly
    • Inspired cognition penetrates to the veins of metal in the earth, and
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    • not go into every detail — and we form a picture of the planet
    • planets, and came back again in the Atlantean epoch. This went on
    • beautiful idea to be able to say: If you penetrate into the interior
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    • earth-planet. To express this in a somewhat grotesque way I should
    • earth-planet.
    • planets. There one could feel the connection between this bony system
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    • Imaginations that he was about to penetrate further by means of these
    • I have shown you how the pupil penetrated through to the
    • This ancient Moon existence appeared to him as a planetary existence,
    • organization of the whole planet streaming out from his own
    • planet-Moon-existence
    • this planetary element from all sides comes this pleasant
    • spread out in the whole earth-planet flows also into this rose, and
    • smell the living divine goodness in the planet.” If a man today
    • as planetary Saturn-heat; he perceived heat when the outer heat was
    • pupil was led into the past existence of our own earth-planet. He
    • changed into the Venus-planet, into the future Venus-planet.
    • manifested itself at the same time as the experience of the planet.
    • which the man lives forms itself into Word. In the Vulcan-planet the
    • Word spreads itself out. Everything in the Vulcan-planet is speaking
    • existence, in the last metamorphosed condition of the earth-planet.
    • being cannot passively penetrate them, cannot passively gaze into
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    • previous planetary condition, the earth which was then Old Moon, or
    • planet concerning which the inhabitant of another planet could say:
    • “That planet is rich in iron,” (the only other planet
    • when the separation of Saturn from the common planetary body of the
    • planetary life-force, through his own planetary warmth in such a
    • condition that he can permeate the whole planetary system to which
    • distances Saturn filling the whole planetary system with its finely
    • with its inner life-forces scatters lead in planetary space. Thereby
    • was surrounded by the signs of the planets and the sun, represented
    • happened with each single planet. Thus, in that statue which
    • which ray down to earth from the planetary environment, all that
    • of the metals which thou wast able to assimilate from the planetary
    • look upon thyself as a human being who has gone through the planetary
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    • cosmic spaces and then, in a penetrating way, though only by means of
    • metals he experienced the secrets of the entire planetary system. For
    • Eleusinian Mysteries, through that mighty planetary globe which, as I
    • revealed the secret of the planets. Man's feelings were not then so
    • Thus he gained a perception of the entire planetary
    • They reveal their relationship with the planets
    • moon secrets in flowers, and the reflection of the planets in metals,
    • with the planetary system and with the moon brings the winds at the
    • the Zodiac, influences which, modified by the planets, by the sun and
    • strengthened or weakened by the other planets according to the
    • with the Planets; they are subdued by the earth, for they are
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    • Greece also penetrated into the inner being of man. One can indeed
    • relation of those planets, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn, which travel in
    • all the other planets of the cosmic system; for the ancients
    • planetary bodies they saw each single member of the planetary beings
    • Planetary Spirits, those great Planetary Gods who were regarded in
    • directed towards the planetary orbits themselves, it was then
    • time, what the mysterious planets spoke to him from out of the great
    • me what the planetary worlds desire to say to me.”
    • planets.” This is a seed implanted in the earth by a planet,
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    • body, and of the relationships of the other planets of our planetary
    • penetrating but often anxious countenance. He had no intellectual
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    • not of such a nature that man looked up to the planets and saw the
    • calculated and observed today; at that time each planet, as all else
    • the families of the planets, of the families of the heavenly bodies,
    • relationship, between the members of a planetary system. There was a
    • receive impressions from the other planets; and one of the secrets
    • other stars, like other planets. The human body is studied by
    • carbon work in man, and how other metals related to the other planets
    • organism, he could follow the planet in its passage through the
    • such a penetrating way: “Blood is a very special fluid;”
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    • hazily, but nonetheless permeated by spirit and soul, has
    • connection with what is called earthly magnetism. No matter
    • nineteenth century a kind of axiom was put forward by nearly
    • the penetration of the impulse of the breath into the brain. In
    • this structure without penetrating deeply into the
    • soul, but is nonetheless believed to be there, is thrown into
    • of reality interpenetrate in the human being. Take, for
    • — you must penetrate into the human being from many
    • to a gradual penetration of the human organization, but to
    • assist us in this penetration we need to consider matters that
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    • organizations. The astral organization does not penetrate
    • solid and fluid but first of all penetrates the gaseous
    • to the ego organization, which penetrates directly only into
    • organization penetrates directly into this warmth man. The ego
    • penetrates the human organization, and known through
    • nonetheless a truth, resulting indeed from modern science
    • to say about the functions of the kidneys, but if you penetrate
    • able to penetrate the constitution of the human organism.
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    • radiates from the head organization, it is nonetheless possible
    • their mutual penetration, just as there exists in the human
    • this penetrates the organ of hearing. Everything that I have
    • penetrate the human organism in the right way regarding such a
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    • it penetrates into their domain. The formative force cannot
    • urtica dioica, the ordinary stinging nettle, in the
    • process in the stinging nettle is the opposite. In fact, the
    • stinging power of the nettle leaves is this destructive process
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    • a certain way. In short, when we penetrate into the realm of medicine, we
    • half of the nineteenth century would have to be astonished, amazed, at its
    • penetrate to quite another recognition. He would have to say to himself
    • then we could easily penetrate into the realm of physiological and
    • to destroy the spirit. We cannot penetrate with our knowing to the point
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    • able to look within to his inner nature and penetrate nature there, he
    • nineteenth century — we can study the process of becoming ill or of
    • penetrated. Just as the sentence, “To know nature means to create
    • merely something that penetrated the proletariat by an infection — I
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    • you enliven what is suggested here, you penetrate into the functional
    • images that can really penetrate into the working of something that
    • In this way it is possible to penetrate into the plant-forming
    • head — the astral, the ego-being — and if this then penetrates the
    • bodily nature, this penetration expressing itself within the body,
    • therapy, which is able really to penetrate into the connections.
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    • If we adequately penetrate what we are concerned with here, we will
    • human organization only if one is able to penetrate the human being in
    • attempting not only to penetrate what goes on in human nature but at
    • the same time to penetrate what goes on in outer nature. Processes
    • take place in outer nature which, if penetrated in the right way, can
    • penetrated in a similar way in relation to the mineral world. In order
    • to penetrate this matter in relation to the mineral world, however, we
    • such a way that it can be penetrated by full ego-consciousness. If
    • kind of fuss, going its own way without being penetrated in the right
    • then the illness rickets occurs. By penetrating the connection of the
    • element is insufficiently inclined to penetrate his metabolic-limb
    • extraterrestrial into the human being, which must first be penetrated
    • magnet, it has magnetic forces,” he would reply, “I don't see any
    • magnetic forces — to me it is a horseshoe.” The spiritual is in
    • like the one who uses the magnet to shoe his horse, who therefore does
    • spirit penetrates it, as is intended or at least as is striven for
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    • terrestrial magnetism. No matter what theories may be evolved, it is
    • us be quite honest with ourselves. During the nineteenth century
    • penetrating very deeply into the super-sensible world. Indeed, we need
    • interpenetrate in the being of man. Take, for example, the specific
    • a mass of solid organs with sharp contours — we must penetrate
    • we are led gradually to penetrate the mysteries of the human
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    • organisation does not penetrate directly into the solids and the
    • fluids. It does, however, directly penetrate the airy organisation.
    • This airy organisation penetrates the solids and the fluids, but only
    • name of astral organisation to that which does not directly penetrate
    • now we come to the Ego-organisation, which penetrates directly
    • The Ego-organisation penetrates directly into this warmth being.
    • others. So that the way in which this whole configuration penetrates
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    • penetration, just as there exists in the human organism the
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    • the leaf of urtica dioica, the ordinary stinging-nettle, in
    • of the nettle leaves is this destructive process that must be
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    • nineteenth century, claimed to have discovered laws, according to
    • penetrate below the surface of life knows that, since the middle of
    • answer. Modern industrialism is like a mechanical network spun about
    • of the economic actuality, which does not really penetrate to the
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    • penetrate into human life, so that out of this independent
    • production. The knowledge has, therefore, penetrated the minds of
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    • culture must first be created in order that a new cultural and a net
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    • lectures, that it is no longer of any use to devise net schemes for
    • yearnings, of the demands, which have not yet penetrated into the
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world by means of spiritual science
    • penetrate into the higher regions with a few abstract conceptions.
    • plainly evident in my endeavors in the beginning of the 'nineties,
    • natural causality. But those who penetrate more deeply into the human
    • impotence to penetrate the universe with understanding by means of
    • it is able to penetrate, but it is compelled to halt before human
    • laws of nature. We must penetrate so far that our own inmost being
    • such studies have not the power actually to penetrate to the core,
    • they cannot penetrate it in spirit. I should like to elucidate this
    • system. Spiritual science will penetrate the phenomena and facts of
    • be able to pierce the surface and penetrate into the social order,
    • will again proclaim a spiritual knowledge, a new way of penetrating
    • penetrate into that world, not in the nebulous manner of pantheism,
    • theologians of the later centuries, especially of the nineteenth. How
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    • penetrate to these sources of human nature which can only be found
    • poles of a magnetic compass are related to one another. These two
    • fall a prey to abstractions, and will not penetrate to reality. Even
    • in the world of his five senses. Especially he who would penetrate
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    • economic life has changed, even during the nineteenth century. You
    • in the economic structure of England in the course of the nineteenth
    • first half of the nineteenth century: and those who wanted to think of
    • come into being by the first third of the nineteenth century. Through
    • as the first third of the nineteenth century. Starting from this time,
    • first third of the nineteenth century it still essentially
    • first third of the nineteenth century were essentially old:
    • half, of the nineteenth century. In England, during the first half of
    • third of the nineteenth century. Then there rapidly took place an
    • system. In the first half of the nineteenth century Germany had been
    • character still existed in the first third of the nineteenth century.
    • nineteenth century took place far more consciously than in England. In
    • true, is it not, that as the last third of the nineteenth century drew
    • nineteenth century, the structure of the economic life was permeated
    • depended. The whole economy of the nineteenth century, as it evolved
    • mentioned, we did not yet stand face to face with the monetary
    • nineteenth century — in terms of world-historic economic
    • phenomenon began only in the nineteenth century. Till then, the
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    • centuries and reached its climax in the nineteenth century. Then the
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    • penetrated by the Spirit. The first phase of Capital always consists
    • penetrate the economic processes with conscious understanding; and we
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    • the contrast in Physics between kinetic and potential energies —
    • between kinetic energies and those energies of position where an
    • penetrates into Nature and maintains itself there. Thus in all
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    • with the general social life. Only when you try to penetrate the
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    • happen; indeed, such men may even become Cabinet Ministers and then it
    • will be a Cabinet. Then they will say: “There are so and so many
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    • how these things penetrated into the political sphere, clearly
    • industrialism is evident in all countries during the nineteenth
    • should have to go to the nineteenth century for a rather glaring
    • This is indeed the case. Right up to the first third of the nineteenth
    • before the War) — up to the first third of the nineteenth
    • Loaned Capital only began in the nineteenth century — indeed only
    • towards the second third of the nineteenth century. And it is at this
    • nineteenth century and the first decades of the twentieth. With the
    • last decades of the nineteenth century, the circulation of money has
    • a peculiar phenomenon of the nineteenth century, particularly the end
    • of the nineteenth century. In Economics, everything depends on an
    • Down to the first third of the nineteenth century, there were true
    • — that is the end towards which, as the nineteenth century drew
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    • penetrating into the more highly evolved ones. We might very well
    • compare it with those cases where bacteria penetrate inside higher
    • Now with the last third of the nineteenth century, there was a
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    • becomes an expression of the price of something else. To penetrate the
    • This is the important thing. We must not fight shy of penetrating
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    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
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    • and contracting. The planets which we bear within us — planets
    • looking at a magnet-needle, one end of which always points to the
    • inside the magnet-needle only, failing to see that the whole
    • Earth is acting as a magnet. It is no less naive when someone thinks
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    • movements of the planets, and with the constellations of the fixed
    • feel united with the movements of the World of the planets. When we
    • we have in us the forces of the movements of the planets. This does
    • planetary movements; we carry within us a little picture, as it were,
    • wherein the movements of the planets are reproduced. And this picture
    • planets, as they move out there in the wide spaces of the Universe;
    • we experience it all in our astral body in a sort of planetary globe.
    • And the picture of planetary movements that you are now experiencing
    • movement that is reminiscent of the planetary movements. Then into
    • the planetary movements. Let us suppose that you have experienced a
    • the planetary movements, but with the entire Zodiac. The picture you
    • the whole Cosmos; first, with the planetary movements, and then with
    • sleep. For, as in the sphere of the planetary movements, so here
    • of the planets — at this moment we encounter also our Karma.
    • forces of the planets and of the fixed stars — tend to draw us
    • planets, and thence into the experiences of Earth, taking us
    • movements of the planets and of the constellations of the fixed
    • the realm of the planetary movements. Man ascends into the movements
    • of the planets on the ladder of the spiral rays that circle upwards
    • ladder, into the world of the planets, whence we are sent forth again
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    • sleep man experiences a reflection of the movements of the planets,
    • and the planets. For now comes the experience of the fixed stars. Man
    • goes forth, from the planetary spheres — we mean of course the
    • copy of the planetary spheres — and enters upon an experience
    • neighbourhood of stars and planets. If you are living on the Earth,
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    • the influences of these more distant planets, — or rather, of
    • planetary forces beyond the Sun, — the Mars, Jupiter, and
    • spoken, between beings of the upper planets who have
    • and Saturn beings — and beings of the lower planets who have
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    • planets and the fixed stars too. It is the planets and the fixed
    • is essentially within the planetary sphere. Advancing from the
    • spheres of Moon and Saturn, feeling within himself the Planetary
    • with the Hierarchy of that constellation, meanwhile the planets are
    • the meantime, from the planetary spheres, shines up into the sphere
    • him spiritually from the planet Mars while he is working through the
    • future body, the language of the Planets, sounding into the cosmic
    • watch the planetary movements from yonder side, even from
    • time we also experience most deeply: Down yonder in the planetary
    • nearer we now come to the planetary sphere and notably to the spheres
    • single whole. In preparation for future planetary embodiments of the
    • for the planet Earth when one human being will not want to enjoy
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    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth
    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
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    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth
    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • and contracting. The planets which we bear within us — planets
    • looking at a magnet-needle, one end of which always points to the
    • inside the magnet-needle only, failing to see that the whole
    • Earth is acting as a magnet. It is no less naive when someone thinks
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    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • movements of the planets, and with the constellations of the fixed
    • feel united with the movements of the World of the planets. When we
    • we have in us the forces of the movements of the planets. This does
    • planetary movements; we carry within us a little picture, as it were,
    • wherein the movements of the planets are reproduced. And this picture
    • planets, as they move out there in the wide spaces of the Universe;
    • we experience it all in our astral body in a sort of planetary globe.
    • And the picture of planetary movements that you are now experiencing
    • movement that is reminiscent of the planetary movements. Then into
    • the planetary movements. Let us suppose that you have experienced a
    • the planetary movements, but with the entire Zodiac. The picture you
    • the whole Cosmos; first, with the planetary movements, and then with
    • sleep. For, as in the sphere of the planetary movements, so here
    • of the planets — at this moment we encounter also our Karma.
    • forces of the planets and of the fixed stars — tend to draw us
    • planets, and thence into the experiences of Earth, taking us
    • movements of the planets and of the constellations of the fixed
    • the realm of the planetary movements. Man ascends into the movements
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    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • sleep man experiences a reflection of the movements of the planets,
    • and the planets. For now comes the experience of the fixed stars. Man
    • goes forth, from the planetary spheres — we mean of course the
    • copy of the planetary spheres — and enters upon an experience
    • neighbourhood of stars and planets. If you are living on the Earth,
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    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • the influences of these more distant planets, — or rather, of
    • planetary forces beyond the Sun, — the Mars, Jupiter, and
    • spoken, between beings of the upper planets who have
    • and Saturn beings — and beings of the lower planets who have
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    • our spiritual connections with the planetary powers, and our
    • planets and the fixed stars too. It is the planets and the fixed
    • is essentially within the planetary sphere. Advancing from the
    • spheres of Moon and Saturn, feeling within himself the Planetary
    • with the Hierarchy of that constellation, meanwhile the planets are
    • the meantime, from the planetary spheres, shines up into the sphere
    • him spiritually from the planet Mars while he is working through the
    • future body, the language of the Planets, sounding into the cosmic
    • watch the planetary movements from yonder side, even from
    • time we also experience most deeply: Down yonder in the planetary
    • nearer we now come to the planetary sphere and notably to the spheres
    • single whole. In preparation for future planetary embodiments of the
    • for the planet Earth when one human being will not want to enjoy
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    • the whole meaning of earthly life that we penetrate the significance
    • this fact is nonetheless of definite, indeed, of great significance.
    • in a spiritual world that can no longer be penetrated by the normal
    • take place, it will nonetheless occur.
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    • stems this physical world and which lies behind it we can penetrate
    • your I must be so trained that this I can penetrate completely into
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    • incarnations have gradually penetrated the physical so strongly that
    • could be given, which must be penetrated. This impulse would then
    • ask, for example, how we now see our planet. The earth is described
    • plant life; this will soon be discovered. Plants give the planet its
    • planet. The earth needs anthroposophy! Whoever realizes this is an
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    • to penetrate the mystery of the starry world with his comprehension.
    • corresponds to the contrast between sun and earth in our planetary
    • planetary system is the contrast between sun and earth appears within
    • in the nineteenth century from the way it thought in the eighteenth,
    • contemporaries will find it — it is nonetheless true that if
    • nineteenth century had a physical brain and an etheric body suitable
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    • penetrate into the physical world from spiritual realms. As a rule,
    • times in the most penetrating teachings in the Sermon on the Mount,
    • I-consciousness, experience the penetration of the divine-spiritual
    • capable of penetrating into etheric vision through their soul forces.
    • third millennium followed in which a knowledge of God was penetrating
    • beings of that time so that the Mystery of Golgotha may penetrate. In
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    • events in the spiritual world. Just as the movements of the planets
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    • centuries the teachings penetrated out of small brotherhoods and, for
    • but by other people. Only scanty accounts penetrated out of those
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    • patience and perseverance, the will, to penetrate always more deeply
    • us. Just as the magnet has north and south poles, just as light and
    • You see that if one penetrates more deeply into this
    • the morning because what has penetrated into our organism is of the
    • penetrating into waking life. You know well that dreams enter into
    • as were the achievements of electricity in the nineteenth century. A
    • earthly evolution is magnetism. Yet a third force will become active,
    • shall also learn to value what is positive, namely, the penetration
    • the evil Devachanic world, magnetism arises. If one thrusts light
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    • the course of the second half of the nineteenth century, about which
    • electricity, just as there is magnetism, so there are also such
    • nineteenth century, many brotherhoods of the West introduced
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    • middle of the nineteenth century. This event was the struggle between
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    • to the electric, magnetic forces, and the outer mechanical forces.
    • that will work on outer electric and magnetic forces. The first
    • penetrate beyond the mysteries of life.
    • of the forces penetrating in from the cosmos. Just as it is now of
    • electricity and especially the earth's magnetism to have influence
    • penetrated. It will be an American mystery to make use of the
    • magnetism of the earth in its “doubleness,” to make use
    • of the magnetism in North and South to send guiding forces that work
    • spiritually across the earth. Look at the magnetic map of the earth
    • line where the magnetic needle swings to East and West and where it
    • the cosmos are able to transmit the mystery of the earth's magnetism,
    • one can penetrate the mystery of the earth's magnetism and can bring
    • the twofold forces of magnetism, from the positive and negative —
    • behind Gemini in the Zodiac, positive and negative magnetism are
    • In the moment in which one penetrates beyond the mysteries I
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    • is needed for the Mystery of Golgotha, a readiness to penetrate
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    • this influence, to neutralise the effect of the sub-earthly magnetic
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    • among stragglers, as it were as late as the nineteenth century. I do
    • planets, that lead the planets across the constellations of the fixed
    • enthusiasm.” Even in the beginning of the nineteenth century
    • to arise within the Saturn warmth? The penetration of the Second
    • perception would see the event as a penetration of Light; it
    • dark shadow. Through the Penetration by the Second Hierarchy in the
    • so, for when it penetrates into the Air-element, it flames up in this
    • the play of colour in the planet; now a desire becomes manifest to
    • beginning of the nineteenth century — always however in these
    • entry of the nineteenth century did this knowledge become entirely
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    • does not allow him to penetrate to the spiritual worlds.
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    • the nineteenth century, the spiritual knowledge that was present
    • thirteenth centuries. In a personality like Agrippa of Nettesheim,
    • example, that in the several planets of our system are spiritual
    • Nettesheim assigns to each single planet what he calls the
    • Intelligence of the planet. This points to traditions which
    • something more than traditions. To look up to a planet in the way
    • Nettesheim. The external planet, nay, every external star was no more
    • looked in the direction of the star. And Agrippa of Nettesheim knew
    • who rule the inner existence of the star or the planet, rule also the
    • movements of the planet in the Universe, the whole activity of the
    • But now, a person like Agrippa of Nettesheim ascribed to the Earth
    • planetary system including the Sun. Man has not his home on Earth, he
    • on Earth substantiality. The contemporaries of Agrippa of Nettesheim
    • eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is genuine and true. Beautiful
    • last two-thirds of the nineteenth century. For in the nineteenth
    • course. The men of the nineteenth century had not the power to say:
    • nineteenth century, has it again become possible to look into these
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    • as the middle of the nineteenth century. And in order that we may
    • nineteenth century and are really survivals of the ancient wisdom.
    • the nineteenth century. Once more we find a small group — call
    • There, in this little circle, was to be found a deep and penetrating
    • is known and taught in all exactness a deep and penetrating teaching
    • late as the nineteenth century, within this little community or
    • became clear to him that currents pass, like electro-magnetic
    • value to us, were known and understood even as late as the nineteenth
    • of other currents, which were looked upon as electro-magnetic; and
    • electro-magnetism. The pupils of that little school of which I have
    • and of electro-magnetism. Man on the other hand develops into the
    • of the nineteenth century. For such things as I have been indicating
    • have said, a trace of it can still be found as late as the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century these things were utterly and completely lost. And
    • the abyss lasted until the end of the nineteenth century when the
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    • the nineteenth century, and into which human beings will have to
    • sphere or in the planetary sphere, or at the end of the Universe
    • in the vast expanse. For a time — until the nineteenth century
    • nineteenth century, men can meet Michael in the Spirit, in a fully
    • are the feelings of nationality. They flared up in the nineteenth
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    • added a spiritual element penetrated with the meaning and sense of
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    • nineteenth century, men can meet Michael in the spirit, in a fully
    • are the feelings of nationality. They flared up in the nineteenth
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    • believe that one could ever penetrate the laws of life as one can
    • Thus if we really understand how to penetrate ever more deeply into
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    • in its deeper connection. Since the seventies of the nineteenth
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    • nonetheless reaches again and again the same edge of a world out of
    • a planet in the universe, and these stages can be compared to the
    • planetary stages or embodiments. In spiritual science, for certain
    • as a planetary pre-stage of our earth in the primordial past; an
    • cosmos alive in the planets and constellations.
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    • this tale, we should just let it penetrate our souls in order to
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    • one of its forms. Only then shall we be able to penetrate into the
    • Deep and penetrating was the inner transformation when these things
    • succeeding centuries. Man's penetration into spiritual things becomes
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    • outermost limit (as they conceived it) of the planetary system of the
    • far penetrated his physical body with the soul and spirit that he
    • external data, not on an inner penetration of things. If men only had
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    • calculation of their movements if they are planets, and so forth.
    • the forms of the constellations, in the movements of the planets, in
    • accompanying planet of the Earth. It split off from the Earth and
    • namely, upon the wandering stars that belong to our planetary system.
    • Moon, look out and observe around them the stars of our planetary
    • knew that constellations, relationships and movements of the planetary
    • other planets, taking the Moon, as it were, as the point whence the
    • starting-point in bringing home the planetary system to the
    • Beings of the Planetary system. You owe to what the Moon receives from
    • planets. And the Mysteries also proclaimed the knowledge that through
    • planets of our planetary system.
    • out into the far planetary spaces, he had really been able to observe
    • all that could be revealed to him in the far spaces of the planetary
    • to the Sun, for the etheric body he must turn to the planets.
    • etheric body he belongs to the planetary system, whereas for the inner
    • directly. Thence we have the Moonlight in unison with the planetary
    • In later days man was no longer able to penetrate the living reality
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    • showed how the other planets are seen from the standpoint of the Moon.
    • According to what is there experienced in beholding the other planets,
    • astral body, the etheric body. It was through this living penetration
    • felt: Now it has dawned upon me how I am connected with the planetary
    • constellations and in the movements of the planets is transformed as
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    • penetrate into the spiritual worlds in order to bring down for her
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    • required for this was even more penetrating and comprehensive, far,
    • knowledge derived from the outer world to penetrate into us we may
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    • Greece like modern events, we do not penetrate into the real soul-nature
    • the earth planet, arose in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Gradually,
    • This the ego can learn only because it is related to the planets, to
    • was seen as belonging to the heaven of the fixed stars, to the planetary
    • culture we see this full, fresh penetration into the physical body.
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    • between the time of Aeschylus, when divine impulses still penetrated
    • can make himself into an instrument for the action of this netherworld.
    • working their way upward through men's wills. We have to penetrate earth
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    • that no person penetrates this door in the state of consciousness brought
    • during the nineties of the eighteenth century was regarded as as the
    • half of the nineteenth, century. With Schlegel, Tieck introduced Shakespeare
    • Tieck reveals how the Goetheanism of the first half of the nineteenth
    • way the Greeks penetrated the secrets of existence through their works
    • Goethe's time, indeed, right up to the middle of the nineteenth century.
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    • faculties, seeing the fixed stars and movements of the planets, considered
    • of the stars, by the way the planets moved past each other. In those
    • but in planetary space. He did not say: In the human organism millions
    • the moving planets. Only with his will did he feel himself on earth.
    • penetrate its soil in the solid, liquid and aeroform elements, then
    • from these elements will impulses penetrate into the human being, just
    • as thought impulses penetrate into him from the fixed stars, and feeling
    • impulses from planetary movements.
    • of the planets past the fixed-star constellations, the vowels. At that
    • singing through him. In the planets live the Muses. The epic
    • Muse lives in one particular planet. It was into this planet that Homer
    • the planets; relate the deeds of earthly heroes, Agamemnon, Achilles,
    • fixed stars and orbiting planets. By forming images of themselves on
    • earth, the fixed star constellations and planetary movements made it
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    • are considered as externally as this, we shall never penetrate to the
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    • with our planet in a horizontal circling, this participation in cosmic
    • upper head; planetary circling in the mobile gaze of the eye, and in
    • planetary movement; in mouth and chin, a resting within oneself.
    • architecture, sculpture and painting, we now penetrate into his
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    • the nineteenth century notwithstanding. Once a Munich artist told me
    • which penetrates into space; on the other, in music, the scales of the
    • third which penetrate into man's etheric-physical body; which is to
    • apprehend it in depth; penetrate into it and discover therein its affinity
    • man and the material world. We must have the will to penetrate into
    • is the way the poet shapes and forms it. Ninety-nine percent of those
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    • course of the nineteenth century. The children certainly learn a
    • — even in the middle of the nineteenth century such things
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    • was divided into 30 units, but not monetary units. In the
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    • Humoral pathology accepted until well into the nineteenth century —
    • believed to be inter-penetrated with forces emanating from beyond the
    • one comes to purely arbitrary assertions, and the nineteenth century
    • the other current which faded out; the new current in the nineteenth
    • conception in medicine. In the first half of the nineteenth century
    • these two decades, the forties and fifties of the nineteenth century,
    • attempts to find how they may be removed. But there is no penetrating
    • transcend what he has from outside, inter-penetrating terrestrial forces
    • if this world meets and interpenetrates our own, through certain
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    • symbolic inter-penetrating currents, the watery and the airy. For what
    • penetrating the lower, of thoroughly brewing, or I might say,
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    • therapeutics. We are also aware that in the course of the nineteenth
    • materialistic tendency of the nineteenth century has led to a complete
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    • network of minute veins in that region would be crushed and
    • this nervous and sensory system, which is interpenetrated with light
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    • latest attribute of special importance in the evolution of our planet,
    • to consider the planetary process as a merely mechanical deposit of
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    • some degree by that of the outer planets, in their spiral courses. For
    • planets as a matter of fact, do not move in an ellipse; their orbits
    • re-examined and superseded by another. The so-called outer planets are
    • attached to our system. They are guests, invited to our planetary
    • planets deflect the plant's upward tendency, so as to bank up the
    • so-called inferior planets, Mercury, and Venus. The Moon, Mercury and
    • the action of the Moon, and that of the inferior planets. So I would
    • planetary system. Until we know this, and learn also how to recognise
    • the planetary manifestations in man as well we cannot thoroughly
    • restricted to the form of our planet, but extends to its internal
    • outer planets of our system, to Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. And as all
    • chemistry which looks, as it were, into what is impenetrable to our
    • planet in extra-terrestrial space is in an especially favourable
    • to be the planet in question and that Saturn can best exercise its
    • full influence when the direction of other planetary influences strike
    • Saturnian force impinges directly on our planet. And if conditions are
    • substances in the earth — especially metals — with certain planetary
    • through the combination of planetary forces. This joint action of
    • planetary forces means that various other planetary influences combine
    • establishes order in the planetary system, but at the same time it
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    • The dominant influences in youth are those of the outer planets,
    • Jupiter, Saturn and Mars, and in later life the inner planets, Venus,
    • outer planets, Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars; and those of the inner
    • planets, Venus, Mercury and the Moon. These latter forces, as a matter
    • influence of the inner planets, we must look for their counter-image
    • planets must be ascribed effects in the realm of soul and spirit.
    • for the inner planets, which lie beyond the moon.
    • drop of matter, i.e., to a cell, but as prevented by the planetary
    • working of planetary forces in the earth's substances. Were it not for
    • the planet Mercury, every drop of quicksilver would be a living thing.
    • than any other to receive the proper influence of the planet Mercury.
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    • Before we can penetrate still more into these matters, let us realise
    • of burning and combustible substances. We penetrate into their
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    • than the atmospheric envelope — do we then penetrate again into man,
    • Mercury (the planet) which develops the mercurial process. It is of
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    • chemistry characteristic of anæmia. We must penetrate into the secret
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    • properties. It is, however, necessary to penetrate such a process. We
    • shall not penetrate it until we have cleared our vision by learning to
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    • penetrated with the ego. And thus it is possible to counteract the
    • ego to penetrate this isolated part in our organism. There is very
    • the fact that man with his soul and spirit nature penetrates a region
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    • much planetary life: yes, extra-telluric planetary life the garden
    • of kinship and sharing of planetary experience; but has removed its
    • spider, the internal planetary forces begin to stir. These planetary
    • similar to the terrestrial sphere, as contrasted with the planetary in
    • planetary influence but stores up as a poison. The bird seeks help
    • that the ego does not take adequate part in penetrating the organism
    • capacities through the brain. But it is incapable of penetrating the
    • all that solidifies in the planetary realm. We share but seldom in
    • most minute detail. In the fact that the splenetic artery is almost
    • particular insertion of the splenetic vein into the whole organism
    • splenetic functions, must be met on the basis of this knowledge of
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    • advanced yesterday, namely from the significance of splenetic
    • reason of which the splenetic functions rather than the spleen itself
    • conditions. The abnormal state of splenetic consciousness can be
    • splenetic function in the whole of modern civilised peoples gradually
    • penetrates all the organs adjacent to those of consciousness. This
    • ontogenetically, they emerge from the skin system. The teeth have a
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    • development of the formative teeth process. And phylo-genetically the
    • however, of a human organ, especially an organ in the phylogenetic
    • phylogenetic realm; it leads us to take into world provokes all
    • It is one of the chief services of the nineteenth century to have held
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    • and take full possession of the plant, and should the planets not
    • into compartments, but the various members interpenetrating one
    • organic sphere of man penetrate downward into the lower. It is a
    • but the solar action — through the outer planets, Mars, Jupiter and
    • the lower, which is focused in the splenetic function, as well as in
    • special constellation results from the position of Sun and planets,
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    • electricity and magnetism. Suppose that we treat antimony with
    • Speaking in terms of the planets, it is the co-operation of Mercury,
    • the earth, the same force is exerted from our planet itself, as is
    • exerted by these three planetary bodies upon the earth.
    • (scaffolding or network) within the body. The internal organic forces
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    • gravity (there are other forces too, of course; magnetic and electric
    • has to dive down into himself, and through very penetration of his
    • has succeeded in penetrating right through. If he has merely come in,
    • are holding up the astral body from penetrating to the external world
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    • penetrated to the region of the will, but has remained more or less
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    • occasioned by the failure of the I and astral body to penetrate the
    • planets that move more quickly, but from the constellations of the
    • planets that take a long time to revolve, such as Saturn and Uranus.
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    • what the child receives by way of impressions fails to penetrate into
    • Vreede) Did you notice that among the outer planets, Uranus and
    • among the planets, who attached themselves at a later time to our
    • planetary system. In Uranus and Neptune therefore we shall expect to
    • find planetary influences which, under normal conditions, exert no
    • transformed main ganglion. It was not until the nineties of last
    • that occasion at the Phylogenetic Institute. Listening to him, one
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    • the first half of the nineteenth century the power to behold what is
    • first half of the nineteenth century people still had the idea that
    • conceptions in the first half of the nineteenth century; this idea of
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    • can penetratingly survey Nature for the discovery of the
    • really penetrating survey both of the human being and Nature we
    • Anthroposophy supplies a penetrating knowledge which by its
    • to penetrate into the sources of life. And out of what I might
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    • observations to-day — then we shall be able to penetrate
    • of things in the outer world. We say that warmth penetrates
    • into things. If we, in our organisation, were to be penetrated
    • there is a speeding-up of the processes which penetrate him.
    • Thus we have guiding lines for penetrating
    • way can we leam to penetrate into the so-called normal or
    • science is, at present, not able to penetrate fully
    • extremely slowly.) We must penetrate further and further into
    • peculiarity: when it penetrates into the human organism it is
    • becomes thereby a penetrating Art. This is what can be achieved
    • to penetrate into the different processes and their degrees of
    • only exist when it penetrates into a knowledge which embraces
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    • system. If they work too strongly, penetrate too deeply, then
    • penetrating, but still a very significant disorder arising in
    • complicated as it appears when we really penetrate into the
    • penetrated by the Ego organisation, they did not come into
    • we penetrate into Nature, it is possible to fight against those
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    • balance of the organs themselves; we can penetratingly survey
    • — but because by a really penetrating survey both of the
    • supplies a penetrating knowledge which by its survey of human
    • satisfy those longings of the soul which seek to penetrate into
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    • observations to-day — then we shall be able to penetrate
    • world. We say that warmth penetrates into things. If we, in our
    • organisation, were to be penetrated in the same way by warmth
    • there is a speeding-up of the processes which penetrate him.
    • way can we learn to penetrate into the so-called normal or
    • clear that our science is, at present, not able to penetrate
    • must penetrate further and further into the human organism and
    • penetrates into the human organism it is taken up by the
    • thereby a penetrating Art. This is what can be achieved for the
    • metabolic-and-limb system, we are enabled also to penetrate
    • only exist when it penetrates into a knowledge which embraces
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    • too strongly, penetrate too deeply, then there is excessive
    • not perhaps a very deeply penetrating, but still a very
    • really penetrate into the nature of the human organism. Indeed
    • form, as they now are, penetrated by the Ego-organisation, they
    • If we penetrate
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    • being becomes real and penetrating. Once we have succeeded in
    • connected with a state of being inwardly penetrated by forces which
    • one. But one must first be able to penetrate into this concrete
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • agencies. If I know how, let us say, a magnet will affect iron
    • unlike our present-day schools, wherein men were led to penetrate into
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
    • So men sought for an initiation-science which could penetrate into the
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    • connected with a state of being inwardly penetrated by forces which
    • one. But one must first be able to penetrate into this concrete
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • agencies. If I know how, let us say, a magnet will affect iron
    • unlike our present-day schools, wherein men were led to penetrate into
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
    • So men sought for an initiation-science which could penetrate into the
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    • a north pole, and a south pole; north-pole magnetism, and
    • south-pole magnetism: each positive has its negative; Capital
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    • understand and penetrate the very world that surrounds us in
    • what was probably the most penetrating intellectual venture
    • think with acute and penetrating logic.
    • planetary spirit. And because flour is the most precious
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    • from one planet to another as well as in the spiritual world
    • corresponded to the names of the planets, but they were
    • planetary system and to exercise supreme authority over the
    • world, and those whose vision was the most penetrating became
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    • what a magnet spiritual striving is. I was to speak to those
    • fourteen days can show us what a strong magnet
    • world, whose hearts are filled with the mighty magnet that
    • tenets or maxims, but rather by recognizing and understanding
    • understand how the Christ-Impulse has penetrated this worldly
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    • occult capacities were connected with special planets.
    • earth, and they are in each case tied to different planets
    • seven oracles, which were named after the seven planets in
    • now the planetary spirit of the earth since the event of
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    • Earth-planet. No world-conception which has had any influence upon
    • penetrated, to a lesser or greater extent, by the spirit, in such a
    • As the Druid penetrated into the relationship between what he saw on
    • the spiritual penetrates further. In the cromlechs which I have
    • the physical sunlight which cannot penetrate there; its activity
    • penetrates, and the Druid, as gradually through this activity he came
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    • but also those of the Moon penetrate below the surface of the Earth.
    • penetrate into a quite different type of soul-quality, and we then
    • which has penetrated into the Earth. At that time of the year we have
    • penetrate below the surface of the Earth to a certain extent. It was a
    • of the full Moon and penetrating a certain distance into the Earth,
    • shining down physically from sun or stars, became impenetrable for
    • man's whole mood. Then a light appeared which did penetrate the
    • physical light of the Sun's working penetrates into us, the
    • spirituality of the Sun's being penetrates also. By means of a sort of
    • of the outermost planet of our solar system. Modern astronomy does not
    • the opposite direction to the satellites of other planets,) but since
    • and other planets. In reality one must say that, for a living,
    • concrete grasp of the planetary system, Saturn is the outer-most
    • planet. Now just as a man can be under the influence of the
    • The activity of Saturn, as it rays into the planetary system and thus
    • were, the memory, the recollection, of our planetary system, and if
    • is. Saturn is in a sense the memory of our planetary system;
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    • as soon as we penetrate a little into man's inner being.
    • penetrate with modern methods into these things and to pass through
    • and penetrate to an understanding of the other side of being. It is
    • life, penetrate into all our scientific thinking and produce there a
    • attitude. At the beginning of the forties of the nineteenth century
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    • in a certain very early condition of our planet, Sun, Moon, Earth
    • (indeed the other planets too, only this will not concern us today)
    • On the basis of such conceptions we are able to penetrate in some
    • way even today penetrate into the whole manner and mode of working of
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    • does not so far penetrate as to compel one to take part in it with
    • a vertical position are of such a nature that one who has penetrated
    • Suppose a man was born in the second half of the nineteenth century
    • the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth century, who took as
    • to the way the spiritual world interpenetrates the earth-world; it is
    • The above are, indeed, remarkable facts, but if we wish to penetrate
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    • since the last third of the nineteenth century — from spiritual
    • nineteenth century the Michael force took up the struggle with the
    • that he may penetrate the earthly world in the right way after the
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    • So that for all those who can no longer penetrate to the Resurrection
    • something concealed at first, as something which cannot be penetrated
    • necessary to attain initiation in order to penetrate the secrets of
    • to penetrate them. When today men reflect that Easter might be set
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    • Ahriman is deprived of the possibility of penetrating into the blood
    • is aware of something that penetrates into him and as it were tears
    • normal forces — and to penetrate through the veils of material existence.
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    • Nor houres, dayes, moneths, which are the rags
    • – the sonnet; and sonnets by Hebbel and Novalis will now be
    • Dort segnet sie das Land als ew'ger
    • characteristics of the English sonnet:
    • SONNET
    • SONNET
    • Or roll the planets thro' the boundless
    • this rhythmic system, two rhythms interpenetrate each other in a
    • more to the point, however, to penetrate the real mysteries of
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    • penetrate into a fair number of the intimacies and inner
    • interpenetrate each other in the human organism something of which
    • depends upon what takes place when inhaled air penetrates into our
    • eröffneten heftig des Himmels Pforte die
    • Und sie traten hinein; da begegnete ihnen
    • in the lyric, where again both interpenetrate in the rhythm. At the
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    • vowel-sounds – when penetrated by a sensitive understanding,
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    • Rinnet Müssigen,
    • zu sprechen – strenges, denn er zürnet
    • Although put into prose, it is nonetheless a genuinely poetic art
    • unknown regions, which are nonetheless familiar to him, though now
    • Eines Tages begegnete er einem
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    • Sonnet by Goethe.
    • English sonnet:
    • penetrates the cry
    • When we come to the sonnet it is,
    • of course, to be taken for granted that a sonnet does not arise
    • from the intention to compose a sonnet, but by necessity from the
    • working out of inner experiences. It is evident that the sonnet
    • of inner experience, a sonnet cannot arise; for it must manifest
    • the primarily pictorial form taken by the sonnet. What is present
    • within the sonnet, shaping it, is metrical and, in the art of
    • see in the sonnet and its treatment in the several regions
    • penetrate inwards into the breathing-system, Nordic man was
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    • ninety-nine per cent of our versifiers.) And not only Platen, but
    • back to the first half of the nineteenth century, an age when the
    • “An Eine Rose”, a sonnet by Albert Steffen. It is
    • sonnet that, with good will, we can
    • for openness of form, in contrast to the sonnet which is based on a
    • Versunken tief im Meer Vineta ruht.
    • Sonnet:
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    • und netzen den Fuss nicht einmal,
    • Jetzt öffnet der See das grünspiegelnde
    • translation – in this instance the ninety-eighth
    • cornet:
    • penetrate into materiality, but even into a rhythmical-artistic
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    • all completeness, so that we can penetrate into the sources of
    • anthroposophical training penetrate into these sources can properly
    • Rosicrucian way. Through our movement we can penetrate into true
    • the idea occurs sporadically. Drossbach, a nineteenth-century
    • though in response to a postulate, a demand, of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century had not yet produced the corresponding
    • to penetrate into the innermost sanctuary of the soul. With regard to
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    • as a necessity. In the nineteenth century Faith is attacked just
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    • could say that although in their own way they could penetrate deeply
    • the truths which since the nineteenth and the beginning of the
    • atmosphere is grasped by the souls into which it penetrates.
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    • and through the deeply penetrating quality of the words and
    • the consequence, the goal. If we wish to penetrate into what Paul was
    • the earlier embodiments of our planet; we must study the Saturn, Sun,
    • have before us the very remarkable fact that through three planetary
    • theory, as of what has penetrated into the consciousness of the
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    • penetrate into its essential nature. We shall see that only by this
    • ninety-fifth year, that he came to this utterance; only by then, in
    • the John Gospel, which penetrates most intimately and deeply into the
    • middle or in the last third of the nineteenth century had accepted
    • loaded into the network of the human Form, as one might load apples
    • Moon there came over that network of forces which in its true form
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    • planetary embodiments were followed by the fourth, our
    • Earth-existence, the fourth of the planetary conditions which were
    • penetrated as far as the separate individuality in each man. Why was
    • they penetrate only as far as the etheric body. In order to be clear
    • planetary evolutions so that it should become the physical body on
    • Luciferic influence penetrated, and the con-sequence was the
    • have penetrated ever more deeply into the human bodily organism, and
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    • magnetic effects, one might perhaps call them nowadays. Thus all the
    • degree that they could have a beneficent magnetic influence on his
    • to the nineteenth century, in so far as they are Western spiritual
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    • nineteenth. And this obscurity increased during the second half of
    • the first half of the nineteenth century was illumined by a certain
    • the most part in the nineteenth century this path to Christ was lost
    • nineteenth century was only natural in face of the fact that in the
    • endeavours penetrated Christian endeavours is shown by figures such
    • forties of the nineteenth century, as it had come over from many
    • forties of the nineteenth century, must appear significant when it
    • of the nineteenth century. Only through what we may now accept as the
    • heart and every soul can understand it. During the nineteenth century
    • there was in the nineteenth century! It is impossible in a short
    • of the nineteenth century concerning Christ Jesus. And anyone who
    • very real difficulties, if the views of the nineteenth century on
    • traditions still prevailed. In the nineteenth century it even became
    • to the standpoint of those nineteenth-century theologians who held
    • with, there is no relationship to the Christ. Anyone who penetrates
    • evolution of the nineteenth century. The connection that should exist
    • not until the nineteenth century that anyone could say: ‘Everything
    • there. The nineteenth-century Kant-Laplace theory, whereby our solar
    • individual planets, has led finally to the universe being regarded as
    • all possibility of penetrating into the living essence of natural
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    • feelings so deeply into our nature that they have penetrated as far
    • as the physical body. They do indeed penetrate the physical body, and
    • the nineteenth century must carry over into its present existence
    • on in the West, we see how the spiritual world penetrates the
    • same time be moral, and this moral element will penetrate into the
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    • spiritual world, stronger influence would have penetrated the ego.
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    • nether region where the Mothers dwell. Mephistopheles himself may not
    • penetrate into our world decked in the raiment provided by the astral
    • Ahriman; and because the effect of this penetrates into man's etheric
    • the occult forces which are awakened penetrate into the etheric body
    • penetrate to the root of the matter to discern exactly where the
    • substances of the earth are permeated by forces of magnetism and
    • farthest planets, than about the interior of the earth. Most things
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    • during the nineteenth century. There is no desire to cast everything
    • the nineteenth century. In this connection, what I shall say does not
    • the palæstra. And if to-day one penetrates with direct
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    • religious sense alone can penetrate to the reality of the spirit.
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    • by the true Olympic Games in the culture of Greece. For if one penetrated
    • and over again been told dogmatically to do this, or net to do that,
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    • age one can know things, understand things, penetrate into the
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    • body and ego. On the contrary, it penetrates into real life,
    • follow the course of his life after death. A deep penetration
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    • to penetrate into the depths of human nature. But it is quite
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    • life, but this decline penetrates deeply also into the kingdoms
    • cannot penetrate to any knowledge of what is material in a real
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    • gifts. It needs above all the gift of being able to penetrate
    • penetration into human nature one often finds that one has to
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    • puberty. But anyone able to penetrate deeply into these
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    • penetrating knowledge of man, a knowledge which is
    • the opposite procedure is also right: one must penetrate with
    • spiritual vision into the spiritual world, penetrate so far
    • learns to penetrate into the real human being through the fact
    • able to penetrate into the soul-spiritual cause of what finds
    • that one can only work effectively when one can penetrate
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    • penetrating understanding of language. It is just here,
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    • and does not penetrate any further into his being. This is the
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    • in hand with reality, how it penetrates right into practical
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    • time, so that the sense-perceptions penetrate, and encounter
    • the whole planetary system, one breath embraces a day of our
    • Being whose organs form the planetary system.” If you
    • the earthly sense, penetrates all willing. What lies in us as a
    • By understanding the pupil, by trying to penetrate into the
    • clear, then, as to this: You can best try to penetrate to the
    • But you must try to penetrate to every side of the human being.
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    • iron lever attracted by an electro-magnet. Then you know that
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    • subject: “The meadow greeneth, — the meadow which
    • to “the meadow greeneth” in regard to “it
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    • century, and penetrated so deeply into our educational method,
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    • body. Leib denotes a living body, i.e. an organism penetrated
    • only in the second half of the nineteenth century, and which arose
    • but that Plato was conscious of them is proof that he had penetrated
    • mutual impenetrability of bodies set up as an axiom: at that place in
    • “impenetrable” bodies. You ought only to apply your concepts
    • applies to. It was a tendency of the nineteenth century to lay down
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    • sympathy predominates so strongly in the will that it penetrates into
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    • penetrated by dreams. These “dreams” are the sensations of
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    • learn to penetrate into these deep and secret relationships in the
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    • perceive is his solid bony frame and his muscles. When we penetrate
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    • movements, movements penetrated with meaning, so that the child does
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    • Now the second half of the nineteenth century has stormed against the
    • nineteenth century there were brilliant men, men such as Schelling,
    • of pedagogy of the first half of the nineteenth century. His work was
    • attacked, in a veiled way, in the second half of the nineteenth
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    • tenets of natural science while still holding such spiritual beliefs.
    • spirit penetrates into the depths of life itself — intuitional
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    • must possess the means of penetrating into human nature in the proper
    • Thus, when we can penetrate the human being with our vision we
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    • were, in the head. It cannot penetrate down into the rest of the
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    • must be done so that it penetrates thoroughly. And now, in bringing
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    • penetrate to the very end of that which one has in such a picture, to
    • both the phylogenetic evolution as well as the ontogenetic evolution
    • of man. In ontogenetic evolution it is somewhat hidden of course; there
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    • tendency works from the planetary sphere inward. And furthermore, from
    • what lies without the planetary sphere a formative working into the
    • forces working in from outside and not from the planets, for in that
    • case they would work towards the centre; the planets are there for the
    • specific purpose of modifying them, that is, the planetary sphere. Please
    • to bear, and that you will have need of the penetrating power of conviction
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    • nonetheless similar. In eurythmy one blocks out what is of the nature of
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    • spiritual worlds penetrate more easily into the souls of men than at
    • penetrating into the nature of these air gestures, into all that the
    • instance, or the Trochee — when one penetrates into these
    • effect. But the essential thing is that the stretched, penetrating
    • continued up to the age of ninety. The personality can find expression
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    • old, the other ninety-two. The younger one was quite well-known; he
    • to retire. The colleague who was over ninety was not a materialist; he
    • could no longer teach. Of course the ninety-two-year-old had also become
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    • a luminary of the nineteenth century, brought clear and well-defined
    • tenet: Life is a disagreeable affair; I attempt to make it bearable
    • intimate relationship to the Thing-in-Itself and penetrates to the
    • in that one could penetrate them; they did not offer resistance. Man
    • within himself, and with them he penetrates the physical world. When
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    • those who have sought to penetrate deeply into the nature of things,
    • radiate colors as well. It is penetrated by light emanating from the
    • penetrates the Devachanic world. The essence of the Devachanic realm,
    • not penetrate as far as physical consciousness in order to live in
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    • new took place. The soul element penetrated more deeply into the
    • now it penetrated to “air.” This is very important for
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    • (sketch on right, red), and the soul penetrates into it and lives in
    • surrounding it the planets, and beyond them the fixed stars, which
    • earth, man views the planets and fixed stars in their reflections; we
    • the earth after death, he gradually begins to see the planets as well
    • the cosmos: the planetary world further away, the Zodiac with its
    • planetary sphere that sings in vowels into cosmic space, and you have
    • the fixed stars that ensoul this song of the planetary sphere with
    • fixed stars and behind it the wandering planets. As a wandering
    • planet passes a constellation of fixed stars, not just one tone but a
    • the planet moves from Aries to Taurus. Each planet, however, causes a
    • Zodiac and fixed stars are the gods of the planets beyond.
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    • and etheric. In penetrating the astral and etheric, the “I”
    • the musical experience actually penetrates the whole human being. The
    • whole experience naturally penetrates today into everything musical.
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    • one who wishes to penetrate the secrets of the musical element. This
    • penetrate completely into thinking — because it would cease to
    • must not penetrate thinking, but it streams toward it. This streaming
    • toward willing. It must not penetrate the realm of willing, however;
    • resulted from the awareness that the number of planets was contained
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    • therefore have two worlds interpenetrating one another, the
    • man, as it were; how the cosmos penetrates man; how, when we go back
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    • affairs on the Earth; they become intelligible only when we penetrate
    • throughout the last third of the nineteenth century, and they always
    • nineteenth century, especially just before its turn, one could hear
    • spiritual-scientific movements during the nineteenth century, and
    • facilitate penetration into the nature of the spiritual world.
    • penetrates here into things deeply connected with the impulses of
    • much greater insight. In the nineteenth century, a remarkable Order
    • half of the nineteenth century was an extremely important period. I
    • gradually down to the Earth from the last third of the nineteenth
    • and incapable of penetrating into reality. If it is our desire to
    • are trying to penetrate behind the scenes of outer existence will be
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    • last third of the nineteenth century; it is an event known to all
    • Intimate and penetrating knowledge of these things is the only means
    • nineteenth century and from then onwards, to find its way to men. The
    • the present time are an outcome of the tenet: Man is what he eats. In
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    • means comprise all its depths. It is possible to penetrate these
    • penetrate into the world of pictures and there behold the Christ
    • interpenetrates — including, of course, the astral bodies of
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    • we penetrate more deeply into the words of this wonderful text.
    • threaten them if they chose to penetrate into the spiritual world
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    • become more and more apparent as we penetrate into the depths of the
    • Luciferic beings penetrated into human nature, and their influences
    • influences that have penetrated into man from incarnation to
    • had to teach that through deep and penetrating understanding of the
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    • mid-nineteenth century were deeply preoccupied from the scientific
    • re-embodiment of the earlier planetary embodiments of Old Moon, Old
    • their former development during the planetary evolutions of Old
    • Moon; then the Sun separated off, leaving behind a planetary body
    • these souls? They were transported to the other planets which had
    • be taken into the guardianship of the other planets of our solar
    • the Earth from the planets constituted the descendants of the first
    • having waited on the other planets until a time came when they were
    • had penetrated into the astral body of man. This influence approached
    • enough to penetrate into the astral sheath and, when this sheath was
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    • ‘Izards’ or ‘Izeds’. They too penetrate into
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    • himself, however deeply the spirit may have penetrated into him. The
    • to the outer world. Whereas Buddha gave deeply penetrating teachings
    • the physical plane; the Ego-hood of Elijah could not penetrate fully
    • penetrating right into the physical substance.
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    • ‘kinetikon’, and the most precious possession now being
    • nineteenth, twenty-sixth and thirty-third years respectively. This
    • penetrated before into a human etheric body, as He did at tlhe
    • forces penetrated into his astral body, man became more deeply
    • after the Luciferic forces had penetrated into his astral body. He
    • reach. That is to say, the power freely and arbitrarily to penetrate
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    • etheric body penetrated into the physical body, the weaker it became
    • etheric body has penetrated to the deepest possible extent into the
    • charged with hatred, such words ‘pierced’ the other, penetrated right
    • body penetrated into the physical body.
    • do not penetrate; for it does not depend only upon how words are
    • effect penetrates into his physical organism. This is not
    • impetus for penetration into the physical world. In respect of the
    • is repelled; the birds devour it, preventing it from ever penetrating
    • air, so too the fact that when spiritual wisdom penetrates into
    • yet be found in the outer world; we must penetrate deeply into this
    • penetrate to the inner core of the wisdom and develop conviction in
    • penetrated the human physical, etheric and astral bodies so
    • penetrating as illness into the etheric body, and says: “Thy sins are
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    • that the Godhead must penetrate into the Ego. Then you would not say:
    • the way of faculties attainable by man in order to penetrate to the
    • that can stream from this wonderful Eightfold Path must penetrate
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    • efforts that are made to penetrate the mysteries of man's existence
    • penetrated into the spiritual world, or how — to use biblical
    • penetrated into the spiritual world. Men who could bear witness to
    • to penetrate directly into the spiritual world. The spiritual world
    • penetrating study. The result of what happened there would not be
    • lectures we have tried to penetrate as deeply as possible into the
    • have been given here you will be able to penetrate more and more
    • fact that it is able to penetrate into every treasure given to
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    • decades of the nineteenth century — we could take any number of
    • position in life, whether they were lawyers or artists, cabinet
    • opened up: it was like suddenly finding oneself on a new planet. That
    • avidly read a book like Sinnett's
    • the end of the nineteenth century, it was possible to see how the
    • of Sinnett and Blavatsky — with at most a nine-tenths honest
    • the latter part of the nineteenth century. A person might, for
    • as theosophy, what had been garnered from Blavatsky, from Sinnett's
    • Neither was it easy in another respect. Why? Well, Sinnett's
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    • Idealism from the first half of the nineteenth century presented a
    • In the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, specifically in the nineteenth
    • the nineteenth century with his idealism, Oliphant with his realism,
    • phenomenon of the spiritual life of the late nineteenth century.
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    • Blavatsky's works at the end of the nineteenth century prompted the
    • at the end of the nineteenth century revelations from a spiritual
    • for female brains to celebrate, for at the end of the nineteenth
    • different from the brains of other nineteenth-century women. Thus,
    • nineteenth century. Those beginnings have to be properly understood
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    • founded at the end of the nineteenth century, was to found a
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    • version of Theosophical Society tenets, impregnated with all kinds of
    • to processes of the spectrum or electro-magnetism but to processes in
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    • experience manage to penetrate a spiritual movement, things really
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    • their psyche. If they therefore penetrate deeply enough, they will
    • on the one hand (red). The divine spirit penetrated natural
    • The same divine spirit penetrated human beings, who received their
    • able to penetrate the divine spiritual sphere in the same way as the
    • penetrating the Mystery of Golgotha and Christianity. The other
    • not in the nineteenth, but in the eleventh or twelfth century. It
    • Mayer, the Paracelsus of the nineteenth century if you like, was left
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    • you will be unable to penetrate the essential being of man or of any
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
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    • longer holds any interest for us. We have ascended into the planetary
    • who lived in the last third of the nineteenth century and on into the
    • consciousness man transforms himself. We cannot penetrate into other
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    • gravitation, heat, light, electricity, magnetism — the laws of
    • we hear of such men as Brunetto Latini, Dante's famous teacher.
    • the planets and the soul emerging from the body into the Cosmos. All
    • reflected in the descriptions of such men as Brunetto Latini, the
    • inspired by the graphic descriptions of his teacher Brunetto Latini
    • Insulis, John of Hanville, and above all in Brunetto Latini, was a
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    • Brunetto Latini, Dante's teacher, is a case in point.
    • realize that it was a form of perception such as this which Brunetto
    • the surprising discovery of Brunetto Latini when he returned from
    • who had undertaken the first steps in Initiation, such as Brunetto
    • steaming exhalations. The divine Natura whom Brunetto Latini so
    • become a ware of something else, again something that Brunetto
    • is not of the physical world, it is of the world that penetrates into
    • experience for Brunetto Latini when the Goddess Natura opened his
    • Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante, returns in a state of
    • distributed throughout the Cosmos. Brunetto Latini experienced this
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    • penetrate into these secrets, for we can only arrive at an
    • or to the epoch of Brunetto Latini, we find that men were more
    • personalities such as Brunetto Latini or Alanus ab Insulis, not
    • personality such as Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. But if we
    • Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. This should not be taken
    • through the nineteenth and eighteenth centuries, to the century
    • such as Brunetto Latini, changes with the conditions of evolution,
    • these things and they endowed the planetary system that we experience
    • with the Earth we exist within seven interpenetrating spheres,
    • sphere, we have passed through all that the Beings of the planetary
    • which looks back upon the planetary life from the standpoint of
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    • indicate later, begins in the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • mentioned, for example, Brunetto Latini, the famous teacher of Dante,
    • spiritual relationship to an individuality such as Brunetto Latini
    • Brunetto Latini I depicted this epoch in such a way that it was
    • following epoch which extends to the last third of the nineteenth
    • contact with a personality such as Brunetto Latini, or with those who
    • Fiore, John of Hanville and Brunetto Latini. This age was dominated
    • to confront a personality such as Brunetto Latini just as a
    • knowledge. He confronts Brunetto Latini on a footing of equality, yet
    • so little to say about Brunetto Latini or men such as Alanus ab
    • mentioned occasionally, like those of Alanus ab Insulis and Brunetto
    • epoch, at the close of which the famous figures of Dante and Brunetto
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    • contiguous, although, in reality, they interpenetrate. (drawing on
    • level of consciousness by means of which we penetrate further into
    • fruit is formed and the astral element penetrates into the fruit. The
    • network of veins beneath it. We understand this immediately if
    • of the colours that penetrate into our inner being are phantom-like.
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
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    • because the man who does not penetrate more deeply into the nature of
    • beings such as Brunetto Latini, Dante, Alanus ab Insulis and
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • spirits penetrate into the Moon sphere but are indifferent to man's
    • that I found it possible to penetrate to the Sun and Saturn spheres.
    • penetrate with our physical and etheric bodies into the world
    • consciousness. If, as Initiates, we penetrate more deeply into
    • present time in which no real attempt is being made to penetrate to
    • scientific method. For if people really penetrated to the inner being
    • realism. In the nineties discussions on this subject were
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    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • middle of the nineteenth century there lived in Germany two
    • body, irradiating the skin and penetrating into the human being
    • night-sky. The planet Mercury actually rises in this night that has
    • within us in which we participate, then the spiritual planet Mercury
    • with which we calculate, or study geometry, if we penetrate with full
    • path. Everything which, on penetrating into the spiritual world,
    • of all the planet Mercury rise up before our inward vision: and if we
    • phenomena of heat, light, electricity, magnetism and so
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
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    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • were in the presence of Alanus ab Insulis, Dante or Brunetto Latini.
    • that penetrates into the hidden depths of feeling. If we experience
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    • you will be unable to penetrate the essential being of man or of any
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
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    • longer holds any interest for us. We have ascended into the planetary
    • who lived in the last third of the nineteenth century and on into the
    • consciousness man transforms himself. We cannot penetrate into other
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • gravitation, heat, light, electricity, magnetism — the laws of
    • we hear of such men as Brunetto Latini, Dante's famous teacher.
    • the planets and the soul emerging from the body into the Cosmos. All
    • reflected in the descriptions of such men as Brunetto Latini, the
    • inspired by the graphic descriptions of his teacher Brunetto Latini
    • Insulis, John of Hanville, and above all in Brunetto Latini, was a
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • Brunetto Latini, Dante's teacher, is a case in point.
    • realize that it was a form of perception such as this which Brunetto
    • the surprising discovery of Brunetto Latini when he returned from
    • who had undertaken the first steps in Initiation, such as Brunetto
    • steaming exhalations. The divine Natura whom Brunetto Latini so
    • become a ware of something else, again something that Brunetto
    • is not of the physical world, it is of the world that penetrates into
    • experience for Brunetto Latini when the Goddess Natura opened his
    • Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante, returns in a state of
    • distributed throughout the Cosmos. Brunetto Latini experienced this
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    • penetrate into these secrets, for we can only arrive at an
    • or to the epoch of Brunetto Latini, we find that men were more
    • personalities such as Brunetto Latini or Alanus ab Insulis, not
    • personality such as Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. But if we
    • Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. This should not be taken
    • through the nineteenth and eighteenth centuries, to the century
    • such as Brunetto Latini, changes with the conditions of evolution,
    • these things and they endowed the planetary system that we experience
    • with the Earth we exist within seven interpenetrating spheres,
    • sphere, we have passed through all that the Beings of the planetary
    • which looks back upon the planetary life from the standpoint of
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    • indicate later, begins in the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • mentioned, for example, Brunetto Latini, the famous teacher of Dante,
    • spiritual relationship to an individuality such as Brunetto Latini
    • Brunetto Latini I depicted this epoch in such a way that it was
    • following epoch which extends to the last third of the nineteenth
    • contact with a personality such as Brunetto Latini, or with those who
    • Fiore, John of Hanville and Brunetto Latini. This age was dominated
    • to confront a personality such as Brunetto Latini just as a
    • knowledge. He confronts Brunetto Latini on a footing of equality, yet
    • so little to say about Brunetto Latini or men such as Alanus ab
    • mentioned occasionally, like those of Alanus ab Insulis and Brunetto
    • epoch, at the close of which the famous figures of Dante and Brunetto
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    • contiguous, although, in reality, they interpenetrate. (drawing on
    • level of consciousness by means of which we penetrate further into
    • fruit is formed and the astral element penetrates into the fruit. The
    • network of veins beneath it. We understand this immediately if
    • of the colours that penetrate into our inner being are phantom-like.
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
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    • because the man who does not penetrate more deeply into the nature of
    • beings such as Brunetto Latini, Dante, Alanus ab Insulis and
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • spirits penetrate into the Moon sphere but are indifferent to man's
    • that I found it possible to penetrate to the Sun and Saturn spheres.
    • penetrate with our physical and etheric bodies into the world
    • consciousness. If, as Initiates, we penetrate more deeply into
    • present time in which no real attempt is being made to penetrate to
    • scientific method. For if people really penetrated to the inner being
    • realism. In the nineties discussions on this subject were
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • middle of the nineteenth century there lived in Germany two
    • body, irradiating the skin and penetrating into the human being
    • night-sky. The planet Mercury actually rises in this night that has
    • within us in which we participate, then the spiritual planet Mercury
    • with which we calculate, or study geometry, if we penetrate with full
    • path. Everything which, on penetrating into the spiritual world,
    • of all the planet Mercury rise up before our inward vision: and if we
    • phenomena of heat, light, electricity, magnetism and so
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
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    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • were in the presence of Alanus ab Insulis, Dante or Brunetto Latini.
    • that penetrates into the hidden depths of feeling. If we experience
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    • life, as we have seen. Only by penetrating into the depths of
    • penetrate into man's spiritual-soul nature to such an extent
    • to develop your soul forces and really penetrate into
    • began to get like they are today. Then the nineteenth century
    • his being, and which are therefore interpenetrated by
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    • this physical body is permeated and penetrated and filled by
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    • also the whole of our soul life, we gradually penetrate the
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    • man, if he wants to penetrate to the spiritual world, has to
    • relationship is quite different when we penetrate into the
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    • penetrate through the fourth into the spiritual
    • to penetrate into the inner secrets at the heart of
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    • interpenetration of the fine arts and their forms by musical
    • and richer through penetrating the secrets of the tones, as
    • to have resources like love and friendship to penetrate into
    • being, for materialism has not the power to penetrate the
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    • all we have the interpenetration of the two dome motifs,
    • done with the help of Herr Englert. The interpenetration of
    • is contained in this interpenetration of the two dome motifs;
    • because we have succeeded in achieving this interpenetration
    • of the double dome motifs. So we have this interpenetration
    • interpenetration and separate the dome motifs, we move
    • first half of the nineteenth century. Then the second half of
    • the nineteenth century came, with all the discoveries that
    • nineteenth century that had insight into these matters still;
    • penetrates from outside as it were through his senses into
    • the first half of the nineteenth century, of this connection
    • at the literature of the first half of the nineteenth century
    • them in the books of the first half of the nineteenth
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • primeval mist came into rotation, that the planets then split off,
    • planetary system actually forms with the sun in the center.
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • penetrated with earth by the rain or by water that flows down over a
    • not penetrate and permeate the creature; it avoids, so to say, the
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    • science held in the nineteenth century. It no longer holds that view;
    • fuss and tremendous enthusiasm when at the end of the nineteenth
    • soft cartilage — like a net — as covering for the head,
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • the sun rules in the universe. The individual planets, Venus,
    • the planets makes everything equal. Thus the Chinese pictured their
    • helpers, just as the planets are the helpers of the sun. They
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • was seventy years old, the other ninety-two. The younger one was
    • ninety was not a materialist; he had stayed a child through most of
    • teach. Of course the ninety-two-year-old had also become sclerotic
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    • possible way what happens. We have a kind of magnet which, it is
    • later, in the nineteenth century, when they came to the regions where
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • the plant world is perceiving the smells that come from the planetary
    • planetary influences: these are the sweet-smelling or the
    • has a keen nose for Saturn, sniffs toward that planet, it smells what
    • quite correct to say that one planet has a particularly strong
    • influence upon one part of the earth, another planet upon another
    • that each of the planets works particularly strongly upon some
    • adjusts itself to the scents of the planets just as do the plants
    • exists in nature by brainwork alone, but by being able to penetrate
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    • culture, nutrition, the sense of smell, planetary influences on animals,
    • to these external circumstances in the planetary constellations due
    • Mars, because every planet, including the moon, is constantly coming
    • nearer to the earth, and the planets are undergoing a process that
    • today, that the planets are solid bodies just like the earth, the
    • will happen, because the degrees of density of the various planets
    • much more full of life than on the earth. The earth is a dead planet
    • more delicate form of life, in the sentient realm. The other planets
    • So the planets exercise their influence upon the more
    • like all the planets, Mars comes near the earth, we must not attach
    • And so in the planetary system we find certain states or
    • the planets in this sense, we understand them rightly.
    • that the scents of flowers are related to the planets. Does this also
    • organ of smell. I said that this is connected with the planets, that
    • noses that perceive the effects coming from the planets. The planets
    • scents on the earth, do indeed relate to the planetary system.
    • the sun. While the form of the plant is shaped by the planets out of
    • planets, the color from the sun and moon. Things don't always have to
    • the plant has its scent from the planets and its colors from the sun
    • fragrance penetrates everywhere, but they don't keep their color
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    • bad! Have planetary influences in general any effect upon the
    • sun and the whole planetary system will grow old and change.
    • The planet Mars, as I said, is not very strongly
    • electromagnetic currents in the universe are also influenced by the
    • the trade winds are affected by magnetism and electricity, and so on.
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    • thoughtless and do not penetrate to the reality of things. Once they
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    • beings to penetrate behind the realm of the sense-perceptible and to make
    • forces to penetrate similarly into a
    • penetrate by super-sensible vision into a world that comes objectively before
    • from within him, but he cannot penetrate into the realm from which they
    • possible for me to penetrate into the world beyond the senses; the world from
    • penetrate ever further into the spiritual world.
    • which show, for example, the interconnections between the planets, together
    • today penetrate as researchers into the spiritual world and are then able to
    • members, we penetrate into the realm where faith passes over into knowledge.
    • the categorical imperative, but that no-one can penetrate with conscious
    • show that we can penetrate into a spiritual world; that just as the eye
    • equipped with a microscope can penetrate into realms beyond the range of the
    • penetrate into an otherwise inaccessible spiritual world, where love,
    • penetrates through the microscope into a realm of the smallest entities,
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    • Made for her head a net of shining gold,
    • With speed spread out your nets
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    • penetrated by the inner-light of thought. At the same time it is from the
    • and must penetrate his thinking through and through. This impulse can come
    • indispensable before the super-sensible can be penetrated by the light of
    • force and are powerfully penetrated by the Ego. For the path taken by this
    • Ego to penetrate into the unknown. Moreover, this self-education through
    • self-education by reverence and through the penetration by the Ego of the
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    • showing how the working of the Ego has penetrated right into his external
    • character is not confined to the inner life of the soul, but penetrates into
    • in the Consciousness Soul on this account can penetrate down into the
    • that what a man has made of himself penetrates into his very
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    • means of the forces latent in the soul, man is able to penetrate into the
    • these forces and really penetrate into the spiritual world, how can we be
    • penetrate further into what may be called the ascetic training of the soul in
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    • Science should be the instrument for penetrating ever more deeply into the
    • The Sun took salutation from the planets,
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    • earth emerged from a former planetary incarnation. But our earth retains
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    • things like an echo in his soul. A deeper penetration of the inner being of
    • soul, then all the work that the ego achieves only penetrates into the
    • those who have attended these lectures more regularly and who have penetrated
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    • understand, because it seems not worthwhile for our ego to penetrate into its
    • penetrates more deeply into all the forces of the physical body and contracts
    • anything is not important; what matters is that we should penetrate with our
    • With man, by contrast, we speak of an individual penetrating right into his
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    • form a kind of veil through which human cognition cannot penetrate in its
    • soul, however, form a much thinner veil, and it is possible to penetrate
    • thrall to the external world and cannot penetrate through its appearances to
    • penetrate into their inwardness, for they show us only their outer sides.
    • with the aim of penetrating to the primal foundations of existence. If a
    • seek to pierce the veil of the sense world and penetrate to the foundations
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    • unused, which it had not penetrated with its ego, might now become a present
    • impenetrable veil. If we develop the feeling of devoted humbleness towards
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    • bullocks created hornets, donkeys, wasps. It was in the 17th century that the
    • penetrated by the ego. The working of the astral body, the way in which it
    • penetrates into its smallest recesses. It feels disconnected from the
    • outer, that it cannot penetrate the outer human being because an injury
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    • ones. If we want to penetrate into the spiritual world, we must be clear that
    • the human soul. Anyone who wishes to penetrate fruitfully into spiritual
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    • during the later eighteenth century and part of the nineteenth. His opening
    • penetrate behind the veil that is spread over the sense-world if we are to
    • perceived through our senses. If anyone wishes to penetrate behind the veil
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    • forward. He penetrates still further into the personal element, but not only
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    • whom he sat from his nineteenth until around his twenty-fourth
    • penetrate into the secrets of human evolution, it is necessary
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    • to reign over the universe. The individual planets, Venus,
    • over the planets makes everything equal. Thus the Chinese pictured
    • important man; the others are his helpers, just as the planets and so
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    • We have a kind of magnet which, it
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    • love, to that part of life which they connected with the planet
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    • Nature the laws which man is unable to penetrate with his ordinary
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    • that I am far from having penetrated their innermost
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    • it is said that three hornet stings will kill a horse. A little while ago
    • I found a hornets' nest in my bee-house. I was taking away the brood.
    • The hornets were such cowards they did not sting me in the dark;
    • what Herr Müller said about the bumblebees and hornets he sometimes
    • sometimes rather a disaster to meet a hornet.
    • there is a hornets nest in the hive the bees do not enclose it with a hard
    • poison, so that the hornets lose all energy, all power to attack.
    • smell in all directions, so the hornet, though not so firmly
    • nothing. The hornet loses all its strength, and can no longer use its
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    • caterpillars that formic acid penetrates when the bee sits on the
    • penetrated by all that is yielded up by the bees, wasps and ants. The
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    • economic life. In the last third of the nineteenth century, they
    • But we have spread an abstraction, the monetary value, over
    • that, let us say, a poet has a net value of ten-thousand francs for a
    • possible value, the monetary yield, in other words, when the whole
    • penetrate through this nebulous, illusory element, through the idea
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    • the transfer of the administratioa of monetary funds from one
    • of money or its monetary value, until this reduction has
    • this check, which is money and has monetary value. It
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    • to the fore in the nineteenth century, and speak about their origin
    • nineteenth century — and the character of the first twenty years
    • usually is that thought in the nineteenth century developed along an
    • half of the nineteenth century were all characterised by certain spiritual
    • in the course of the nineteenth century. More and more it was borne
    • nineteenth century, we find a representative personality in
    • nineteenth centuries, may be taken as a typical example of the scientific
    • we study the structure of the life of thought in the nineteenth century,
    • sounding over into the nineteenth century, which led men like Saint-Simon
    • of the nineteenth century, men like Saint-Simon stood as it were without
    • namely, the political and economic life of the beginning, of the nineteenth
    • of the nineteenth century there is a feeling of despair in face of the
    • South of France, issued his call to the French Nation in the nineties
    • mind among the reactionaries in the first half of the nineteenth century
    • of the nineteenth century there is a certain confidence in ideas that
    • the first half of the nineteenth century. Their individual views are,
    • during the first half of the nineteenth century. Herbert Spencer is
    • the nineteenth century to place the prefix ‘super’ before
    • the nineteenth century were all possessed of a certain confidence that
    • nineteenth century there is a complete change. From many points of view,
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    • nineteenth century thought and the spiritual life in general that
    • processes they felt, to penetrate into the mysteries of the cosmos. It
    • secret. For only the outer ritual penetrated the masses. And what was
    • which were still to be found among the common people in the nineteenth
    • in village communities. Into this, of course, penetrated the deeds of
    • Thus we see how from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century the conquest
    • forth as her own. In the middle of the nineteenth century men began to be
    • Art begins to be taken more externally. Indeed in the nineteenth century
    • see the second half of the nineteenth century run its course. As I remarked
    • yesterday, the winds of the first half of the nineteenth century, such as
    • In the second half of the nineteenth century men thought that no
    • see how in the second half of the nineteenth century there is utter
    • for example, said that scientific investigation could not penetrate
    • second half of the nineteenth century is very typical in this respect.
    • life of the second half of the nineteenth century.
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    • penetrate outer occurrences with mathematical concepts. This
    • this proves that with our mathematical formulas we penetrate
    • certain penetration through these mathematical formulas, but
    • constructions by which we then penetrate the
    • the mathematical penetration of the outer world, after we
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    • methodical way the transition from a mathematical penetration
    • of the objective world to a spiritual-scientific penetration
    • to us purely in thought; that is, if we penetrate the act of
    • penetrate human activity. We don't have to remain on the
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    • presents to us, which we then penetrate with our intellectual
    • us to penetrate plant life in the same way that we penetrate
    • penetrate only with imaginative cognition. What does that
    • which does not consist of flesh and blood but nonetheless
    • organization penetrates what streams into these gulfs from
    • thrust into us by the outer world and completely penetrates
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    • consciousness is able to penetrate into the plant kingdom as
    • it can penetrate into the mineral kingdom.
    • — if I may use such a phrase — of penetrating the
    • involvement into whatever our thoughts penetrate. We even
    • penetrating the world with just our weak power of mental
    • imaging, and penetrating it with a developed power of
    • faculty that can penetrate the phenomena of the outer world
    • fact enhanced when we penetrate the rhythmic system through
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    • we shall also succeed in penetrating those parts of sensory
    • simply admit that it is not possible to penetrate the realm
    • Thus we penetrate from the environment of the line, the
    • fully conscious way, with greater penetration of the will
    • penetrate consciously into the rhythmic system. Thus we begin
    • remained an activity of mental picturing, but it penetrated
    • — because he has penetrated his nervous system with a
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    • penetrate further for what really lies behind the b.
    • details of the outer world penetrates into our consciousness.
    • spiritual investigator penetrates.
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    • jutting in, a really essential penetration of the outer world
    • the very interior of the human being can be penetrated.
    • science wishes to penetrate into the real nature of the world
    • us as does perception. It must be penetrated by inner
    • perceptions must be penetrated by mathematical thinking. In
    • short, our ordinary experience must be penetrated by our
    • penetrate what we have at first only as intuitive belief and
    • inwardly observed these forces; they penetrate us, they live
    • forces he predicted the as-yet-unseen planet of Neptune. The
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    • in the last three to four centuries, but particularly since the nineteenth
    • developments in the nineteenth century to pass before the mind's
    • the nineteenth century it became increasingly necessary to replace the
    • nineteenth century, scientists already believed themselves very close
    • contemplate there is in reality a network of interrelated forces and
    • third of the nineteenth century: it is now on the decline again. Over
    • of the nineteenth century the attempt was made to carry this point of
    • such a way that he would not even wish to penetrate it with the same
    • If this is the one place into which one cannot penetrate, one has no
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    • out of the first half of the nineteenth century: Hegel. Only in the
    • in the recent past. In the last third of the nineteenth century the
    • of the nineteenth century an alarming factor in the evolution of human
    • social life. We thus are confronted in the first half of the nineteenth
    • only in his ideas, and in the second half of the nineteenth century
    • life in the course of the nineteenth century, one feels with all one's
    • from Hegel but can be traced back to Hegel nonetheless, we find still
    • within the first half of the nineteenth century, but carrying over into
    • see that the appearance of such extremes in the nineteenth century is
    • nonetheless emphasize our instinctive conviction that measuring or counting
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    • arrives at two limits when one seeks either to penetrate more deeply into
    • to penetrate more deeply into one's own being in order to uncover
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    • to roll on with a kind of inner inertia, nor believe that one can penetrate
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    • associative psychology does, to penetrate into consciousness with ideas
    • again without having penetrated into this region sufficiently with his
    • the world of Inspiration and a desire to remain there nonetheless. One
    • have gradually arisen out of the most primitive. He penetrates into
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    • to penetrate into these regions with full consciousness but allowing
    • the profusion of animal forms that interpenetrate and merge to create
    • nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to arrive at clear concepts,
    • relevant literature from the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth
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    • forces to penetrate through the word while perceiving speech, in order
    • of thought in external reality, penetrates into the life of external
    • predisposed by nature to come to a halt at the word. They did not penetrate
    • colors, penetrating him, as it were, through and through, filling him
    • by attaining the realm of Imagination. Only by penetrating into the
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    • without inward, meet within our organism. This is effected by the interpenetration
    • of the two sense-triads. As a result of this interpenetration, there
    • wends one's way through the sensations of smell, taste, and touch, penetrating
    • one has penetrated through what I have described as the sense-triad
    • the inward-leading path yet does not penetrate beyond the region of
    • the right way will see that they follow this inward path but never penetrate
    • imperfect mysticism. What is required today is to penetrate into man's
    • When one has penetrated
    • The very nature of the thing shows us that we cannot penetrate any deeper.
    • we have penetrated into our inner being and have deepened our power of
    • penetration into an inspired comprehension of the eternal in man. We
    • interpenetrating vibration of perception and thinking. A higher reality
    • of the interpenetration of perception and thinking, I intended, because
    • science in the second half of the nineteenth century. It was misunderstood,
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    • by the interpenetration and cooperation of the physical and
    • does not take place without its opposite penetrating the
    • system of human egoism. And the ego primarily penetrates the
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    • disturbed in its passage in any way and can penetrate into
    • penetrating than that of mere light, so that its effect
    • penetrates through the etheric imprint in the human head and
    • penetrated with consciousness, but it existed nevertheless.
    • imprint of the irregular inter penetration and interworking
    • bodies of the head organization, but penetrate them even more
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    • the part of the astral that penetrates through the head is
    • be ordinary astral experiences but are nonetheless connected
    • a great deal of the extra-terrestrial penetrates into the
    • “pole” of magnetic-electric earthly influences in
    • being strongly penetrated by light. He is thus surrounded by
    • the form of electricity and magnetism, a process on the earth
    • and magnetism should really be studied more profoundly in
    • constitutes electricity and magnetism has an intimate
    • electricity and magnetism is fundamentally extra-terrestrial
    • the magnetic effects, however, can also be held back in the
    • (red). These are all the electrical and magnetic effects that
    • we have in our electric and magnetic fields.
    • magnetize a piece of iron, we make it into a little thief
    • so. We make a magnet into a little thief. It appropriates for
    • like for itself. The entire electric and magnetic field we
    • the electric and magnetic fields we can expect to find
    • simply hold a strong magnet near the human organism. It
    • one could investigate the effects of applying a magnet to the
    • is, we might let him be irradiated by a magnetic field. This
    • could be made more effective by holding the magnet at a
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    • connected with what I had to say yesterday about magnetic and
    • incomplete penetration by the astral body means something
    • accompanying soul phenomena — to use the magnetic or
    • no power to penetrate to the inner aspect of the substances,
    • has to do with the penetration of substances, with truly
    • child, this penetration of substances is regulated from the
    • in the same way that the astral body must penetrate the human
    • real, penetrating insight into the human organism. If only we
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    • earth into the atmosphere. The outer astrality penetrates
    • longer have the capacity to observe such things. Nonetheless
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    • sense perception. The patient's soul cannot penetrate to the
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    • of the way outer forces penetrate what is within the human
    • clear that here the plant is penetrated by precisely those
    • ego that, in a sense, undermines and penetrates into the
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    • in the right place and penetrate further to the point where
    • the genetic sense, but from the point of view of the idea.
    • For this reason it is really absurd to look for a genetic
    • attention to the difficulty of finding a genetic connection
    • finding a genetic connection between cartilage and bone, but
    • metamorphosis. You can detect an outer, genetic metamorphosis
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    • planetary sphere and that in addition a formative impulse
    • planetary sphere, through continually in-streaming cosmic
    • forces, which work through the ether (from the planetary
    • sphere, not from the planets, for then they would be working
    • centrally again — the planets are there to modify them)
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    • penetrate into the nature of colour, we must experience something in
    • penetrate into the objective nature of colour — as a rule the
    • flourishes; the spirit can penetrate the blackness and make its
    • forth today, since we wish to penetrate further into the nature, the
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    • the Planets. It is only a comparison, but one which is founded
    • have something essentially in motion, something planetary. Yellow,
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    • You notice particularly in painting towards the end of the nineteenth
    • which surround the earth and belong to its planetary system, were, as
    • you know, in connection with the whole terrestrial planet; they were
    • planets. Solids become coloured, because the earth is freed from those
    • forces which she had while the planets were tied to her, and they
    • planets have been removed from the earth.
    • means of the earth's connection with some planet, for example, with
    • from the elements which have left the earth for the planets. And these
    • colours remain under the influence of the corresponding planets of the
    • we must try to get the downward-streaming planetary influence
    • penetrates in fact the whole nature of colour — also in so far as
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    • penetrate into such things. Your thought and whole soul-life will
    • an inter-penetration of thought-light, light-thought with will-matter,
    • passionate natures as Schopenhauer. In short, we penetrate from the
    • penetrate from the world within into the Cosmos and there seek not
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    • from our past. But we continually penetrate our thoughts with the
    • purest thought is the remains of our ancient past, penetrated by the
    • will. So that even pure thought is penetrated by the will — as I
    • antitheses. Think of the planets: weight draws towards the central
    • planet. Whoever thinks of weight as a force of attraction, with
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    • world-history is alone possible. What is needed is a penetration into
    • attained. What was achieved during the nineteenth century7, so
    • and weight. In this, the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
    • had so much of in the nineteenth century. Icons have no weight at all;
    • it in the sense of the nineteenth century — then we really must
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    • eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. And it is this which is so little
    • nineteenth centuries to the Homeric figures from Raphael to the
    • nineteenth century the time began when the artist had to look for the
    • nineteenth century to see how Art stands in this respect.
    • in works of art in another form what can be seen by penetration into
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    • found also in the Mineral Kingdom: and in seeing how life penetrates
    • of the nineteenth century.
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    • of the nineteenth century than it is now. It still happened then that
    • planets, but also they desired to experience this play of colour
    • century and even into the beginning of the nineteenth. Only then were
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    • through to better, loftier, more serious, more penetrating
    • that we shall need the will to penetrate into the true
    • added to the reception of this knowledge a penetration of the
    • only to the man who strives, works, penetrates into things
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    • the relation of the fixed stars to the planets men felt
    • there a culture of keen observation, penetration into the
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    • we can penetrate to what is living reality in human evolution
    • in these analogies — if you penetrate a little into the
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    • evolution as a physical planet, this ideal will not be
    • into other planetary incarnations, and these souls will
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    • canes might interpenetrate and hold together. In short,
    • really to penetrate to the essence of art after I had myself
    • it must be when it is a question of penetrating the outer
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    • Spiritual Science implies an actual penetration into the form
    • penetrate into the depths of nature they appear before the
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    • consciousness perceives how magnetic or electric currents in
    • the Earth, penetrating the Earth and vitalising the Earth
    • penetrates into life by dint of effort, that it is a
    • of ourselves, penetrating with the soul into something that
    • able to penetrate into every sphere of art and be admitted by
    • train in the nineteenth century, rendered great service to
    • now — a consciousness that penetrates into the
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    • the very intuitive student of art in the nineteenth century,
    • a culture that penetrated into and at the same time
    • of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. So little is this
    • nineteenth century from the relationship that existed between
    • that moved the innermost being of man. In the nineteenth
    • of the history of art in the nineteenth century would reveal
    • some extent penetration is made into the particular
    • or the like and are of no importance when we really penetrate
    • penetration is undertaken, the problems that emerge not only
    • it will not admit the validity of any penetration into
    • into his own colouring; it penetrated into the being of man
    • We are indeed already living in an age when this penetration
    • in opposite directions. When we penetrate deeply into this
    • colours and does not livingly penetrate into them, a red
    • penetration into nature. What lives in the elements is,
    • arise when the human soul learns to penetrate to the depths
    • wanted to indicate to-day, in order next time to penetrate
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    • to penetrate the secret of his construction.’ This
    • this interpenetration, and to study it in detail, in the single
    • to penetrate to the idea, than is the case with works of Art.’
    • same as the goal of Science, namely, to penetrate to the Idea:
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    • the transfer of the administration of monetary funds from one
    • of money or its monetary value, until this reduction has
    • this check, which is money and has monetary value. It
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    • was in the last third of the nineteenth century that on the
    • nineteenth century leading up to the twentieth century. My
    • the formulation of its three tenets.
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    • up to the nineteenth century,
    • possible to penetrate Platonic instruction — I am
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    • General Society will be able to penetrate to every furthest
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    • Magnetism with Light’.
    • the middle of the nineteenth century a general despair began
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    • mankind since the final third of the nineteenth century
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    • nineteenth century mankind was childlike and primitive in its
    • especially in the final third of the nineteenth century
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    • whatsoever with the physical world, but is nonetheless real. It has
    • also realizes that even the laws governing our planetary system are
    • one would have to go to the ends of the planetary system to reach the
    • the bounds of the planetary system.
    • boundaries of the planetary system, going out into the Saturn realm
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    • of the nineteenth century, the generation gap about which people talk
    • How were things done in the last third of the nineteenth century?
    • then we file them in cabinets. Then there are larger cards made of
    • penetrating, deeply anthroposophical talks. Albert Steffen spoke
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    • subconscious experience, but it penetrates his feeling life all the
    • last third of the nineteenth century. Granted, discontent still
    • interpenetrate each other.” It is all one from the standpoint
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    • cosmic thought systems in the West, and if we penetrate this,
    • in the subjectivity of Schopenhauer's penetration with the
    • shallow thoughts are penetrated with his will element - then
    • first half of the nineteenth century was, passed and people
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    • nineteenth century through the liberation of certain spiritual
    • turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and one of a century
    • net of ideas, will-impulses, moral perceptions, and customary actions
    • where we penetrated to the very core of an individual soul. All the
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    • The nineteenth
    • nineteenth century was strangely satisfied with the psychology put
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    • in me, I shall be able through the power it brings, to penetrate to
    • body and penetrate to spiritual worlds, divined (more than divine
    • constellation that is seen. But when a man's gaze can penetrate
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    • attain powers by which he was able to penetrate to the underworld,
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    • these quietly, to know that after nineteen days a process of
    • penetration, in the sixth men will receive His nature into their
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    • penetrate ever more deeply and consciously into these connections.
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    • assume a physical body at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth
    • well as in the external world, at the turn of the nineteenth and
    • and power in life. At the beginning of the nineteenth century people
    • the nineteenth century when some remnants of the old life still
    • as if the expected advance in culture of the nineteenth century had
    • the first half of the nineteenth century. To show what I mean I will
    • completely disappear in the course of the nineteenth century, yet he
    • the year 1847, when the first half of the nineteenth century was
    • preparing what has come to pass since the end of the nineteenth
    • over from other planetary conditions and has experienced the Saturn,
    • into another world than that of the nineteenth century. Let us look
    • half of the nineteenth century materialistic culture arose, and all
    • first half of the nineteenth century who felt, as in a faint memory,
    • in the first half of the nineteenth century. They must rise again,
    • had brought over with them from earlier planetary conditions,
    • incarnation in the nineteenth century. If we allow those forms to
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    • Using them, he penetrates deeper and deeper into the secrets of nature.
    • is something that is active in us and lives and penetrates all performances
    • beings live on the planet Mars of which kind ever, may they hear the
    • all thinking beings on all planets must equally accept the correctness
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    • the telescope and penetrates with the microscope into the world of the
    • but we never get to a deepening of our knowledge, namely penetrating
    • striving? Human knowledge has to make every effort to penetrate the
    • spiritual modesty is that which must penetrate the theosophist if he
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    • of international trade and communication, penetrating the starry heaven with
    • the Copernican world view, penetrating the smallest living beings with the microscope,
    • who did not behold there that is they could not penetrate into the mysteries,
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    • the planetary motion. We have to verify everything by experience. We
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    • course, with the fact that we can penetrate into the true nature of the things.
    • Theosophy is inseparable from the view that we can penetrate not only into the
    • thinking about spirit does not penetrate to a state of spirit at all ...”
    • our subjective world of perception, so that we cannot penetrate to the being,
    • penetrates it, also. The eye answers to any influence from without in such a
    • with light and colour. If light and ether penetrate, the eye answers with light
    • epidermis. Everything that can really penetrate into your consciousness happens
    • propagate; they have to penetrate our body first. The eye consists of a skin,
    • to penetrate into your eye first, and within the eye a small retina picture
    • on him. In any case nothing can penetrate into him. Everything that he feels
    • contradictions, and if we get them out of us, we penetrate to the true being,
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    • of the planetary system to us and formed the idea that the planets circle in
    • planets describe elliptical orbits not by chance but that they must be brought
    • to the seal impression, but that the spirit is transferred, for it penetrates
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    • in the true sense of the word. Who penetrates with any urge of research into
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    • Neither pain nor joy penetrated his heart. He was above any grief and desire.
    • penetrated into the spirit of mathematics before they tried to take up his teachings
    • laws, controlled by the laws of gravitation, magnetism, heat, light et cetera.
    • so that this impression can penetrate up to our mind. I perceive a colour. The
    • the everyday person, it does not have to penetrate the outside world by means
    • us like the force of crystallisation, like the magnetic force which goes out
    • from the magnet and arranges the pattern of the iron filings. Like these forces
    • Somebody who penetrates himself
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    • Pole of a magnet belong together necessarily. Because the scientific researchers
    • these soul forces are at work. But as little as gravitation, as magnetism can
    • have penetrated the theosophical profundities. What the theosophists have recognised
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    • the somnambulistic condition is light, and one calls the person magnetised;
    • one says that it is transported into a magnetic sleeping state.
    • of light in my eye, they penetrate into my eye, they cause certain chemical
    • then this bell causes no oscillations in the air which penetrate into your ear?
    • The ego-consciousness does not penetrate the human being, this is missing.
    • necessary that the human being penetrates his organs of perception from within
    • irregular dreams which mostly penetrate the dream consciousness of the human
    • laws out of himself, he finds these laws in the orbits of the planets and in
    • frame and scaffolding. A network of fine bone trabeculae is built up; these
    • are interwoven and support each other; and if one study this whole network of
    • forces its way from our brain and penetrates the wisdom of nature in any of
    • the deepest, so-called magnetic sleeping states. The human being has gone through
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    • have no doubt that Swedenborg had penetrated into this secret.
    • in the laboratory of the reality of forces of magnetism or light, one wanted
    • not have the raw qualities of the physical matter, not the impenetrable resistance
    • magnetism and in the book about the magic of figures, so that these books are
    • of the Human Inner Life and about the Penetrations of the Spirit World into
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    • comparable to that of a magnet and iron filings. The iron filings remain at
    • rest if you put wood into them; however, if you put a magnet, these filings
    • the magnet, and the other can cause no effect like the wood. The purely rational
    • Mesmer about the Influence of the Planets on Human Life which the modern
    • magnetic cures in Vienna in the last third of the 18th century. He made use
    • of certain methods to these magnetic cures at first which were common practice
    • had nothing captious: steel magnets were put on the ill part of the body or
    • of pains. Mesmer made use of such magnets in his institute for a longer time.
    • usual method only as a hiding means. He threw the magnets aside and said that
    • which is in the ill body of the other. He calls this force animal magnetism.
    • said to her that one has got Monsieur d'Elon who would magnetise her. Three
    • also not to that which he speaks about hypnotism and magnetism. Already as a
    • Anton Mesmer (1734–1815), German physician. De planetarum
    • influxu in corpus humanum (The Influence of the Planets on the Human Body)
    • or the Rationae of Nervous Sleep, Considered in Relation with Animal Magnetism
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    • up the soul to itself like with magnetic forces. On the one side, we see the
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    • penetrated the theosophical movement and theosophy itself in the first years.
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    • the movement, the Esoteric Buddhism by Sinnett. It is an unfortunate
    • stands on the title-page of Sinnett’s book, but this Buddhism would not
    • instruction. Hence, Mrs. Blavatsky says rightly that Sinnett’s book is
    • which must penetrate and warm up that which esotericism comprises, all that
    • it proceeds inevitably behind the scenery because it can penetrate the theosophical
    • to penetrate into them and behave in such a way, as if anything completely strange
    • a lively life penetrates any single member, any single human being who belongs
    • do not have a book in the hand and announce the tenets of the book, we are life,
    • of any masters in theosophy, or one has to repeat these or those dogmas or tenets
    • thing recognising a tenet.
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    • that has penetrated as far as intelligence and has then gone astray.
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    • Rosenkreutz continued to be active in the nineteenth century too. And
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    • feelings they penetrate no further than the astral world; they have no
    • and because of this it penetrates only into the astral world.
    • needed in order to penetrate the world of Devachan. Only when emotions
    • From the worlds we have mentioned proceed those forces which penetrate
    • This certainly sounds very queer but it will be true, nonetheless,
    • will see Him, nonetheless, in etheric raiment between their death and
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    • or the tenets of a particular religion. For our fundamental principle
    • with a fiery enthusiasm and ardour. Similar planetary influences were
    • matters. Again in the nineteenth century — an age so ill adapted
    • the forties of the nineteenth century a certain scientific body
    • him, always penetrating into him.
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    • seen as a kind of net stretching across existence. But our feelings,
    • parents or teachers, a kind of secret magnetism must be there. We must
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    • with all sorts of details about the preceding planetary embodiments of
    • reflected, may persuade himself that by penetrating into his own being
    • Guardian of the Threshold, to the wiser being, penetrating through all
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    • conception can be derived from the Copernican tenets will have to
    • nowadays that the sun is firmly fixed in the middle and the planets
    • birth man has a certain connection with the other planets. In my
    • the earth lie incarnations on other planets, spiritual incarnations.
    • the prince of peace, went to Mars — the planet of war and
    • planet to another.
    • Buddha, resounds from the planet of war and conflict to the soul of
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    • This is previously untranslated lecture is number four of nineteen
    • spiritual being allowed mathematics to penetrate into his inner
    • worlds is linked to a penetration of other secrets of
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    • penetrated through and through by this — go in search of
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    • might be at the end of the nineteenth century, at the transition from
    • the nineteenth to the twentieth century. Nostradamus,
    • 1870 and several prophecies about Marie-Antoinette
    • the close of the nineteenth century a Hermes Brother will come from
    • profound than Sinnett's Esoteric Buddhism.
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    • sheath. The veil of maya is really a sheath which must be penetrated
    • to penetrate astral substance, viewing the sun at midnight: First
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    • the lady-in-waiting of Marie-Antoinette, who
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    • which penetrates to higher relationships, to rhythmical relationships
    • degrees, which extend as far as the ninetieth, indeed the
    • ninety-sixth degree, and start at the fourth degree. The importance
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    • exist, of penetrating through them to the deeper wisdom which
    • can be undertaken in the Grand Orient up to the ninety-sixth
    • only very few in Germany who have advanced to the ninety-sixth
    • is that those who have progressed to the ninety-sixth degree have not
    • invested with the third or the thirty-third or the ninety-sixth
    • ninety-sixth degree, it has not been achieved through masonic
    • — not even one who has the ninety-sixth degree — would take
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    • degrees, that ninety-five degrees must be undertaken, and that
    • of Germany, Great Britain and America possess the ninety-sixth
    • nineteenth century historians, who have no idea of the difficult
    • eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth higher degrees of Freemasonry.
    • ladies-in-waiting to Marie-Antoinette, received a visit from the
    • done so. The ninety-six degrees have, therefore, a certain
    • The ninety-six degrees can therefore be achieved through four different
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    • far that people will be able to penetrate into the atom itself. When
    • atom, then one will soon be able to understand the penetration of the
    • the penetration and conquest of the physical forces of Nature, but
    • ‘form-state’ of our planet there are seven great epochs
    • ‘form-state’ of our planet there are again forty-nine
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    • through its penetration of the inanimate world, so that the world
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    • When a person can penetrate into the physical body with such Father
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    • of the Earth will be the physical clothing of the next planet [the
    • atom of the next planet. This feeling gives us first a full
    • clothing of the next planet. ’In life's floods, in the storm of
    • the Spirit [of the Earth] weaves the clothing for the next planetary
    • spiritual influence passes from one planet to another, how therefore
    • the case that during the evolution of each planet, a specific plan is
    • a planetary evolution comes to its end, thus, when our earth has
    • completed its [present] planetary cycle, then the Masters of Wisdom
    • evolution of planets something very special occurs.
    • [planet] will also be the plan, reproduced in the smallest possible
    • evolved in the previous planetary condition of our earth, the [Old]
    • planetary development through [Old] Saturn, [Old] Sun and [Old] Moon.
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    • happens when the astral body has been purified? What then penetrates
    • but otherwise occult power that penetrates these great world thoughts
    • yogi descends step by step into his etheric body he penetrates into
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    • after the separation of the sexes, through the penetration of a
    • half. Speech is not as yet creative, today. It has to be penetrated
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    • recapitulation in planetary events. Before the present earth became
    • could become an independent planet, our earth in fact, in the Fourth
    • physically. The whole world penetrates him first; he becomes
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    • inorganic Nature, when the whole planet was presented to man just as
    • transform the planet artistically. You find this expressed in the
    • does not need a communal church, entwining itself around the planet
    • all-penetrating common design. That of course is the cause of the
    • redeem mere natural forces; in penetrating and mastering what is
    • living in the same way that the geometrician penetrates and masters
    • itself. The mechanical and the moral must interpenetrate each other,
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    • planetary life. The chemists' knowledge of what becomes of
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    • inter-penetrations of the spiritual world into human life
    • that the healthy genius within a man will penetrate and
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    • those people who lived in the middle of the nineteenth century
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    • if our glance is penetrated thoroughly into its
    • characterized for you, and who now penetrated bodies with the
    • unprejudiced. But how can one penetrate to the truth when
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    • Geistigen Zusammenhang Mit dem Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt. Der
    • despite all these oppositions, and can penetrate into the real
    • penetrates through to a free contemporary well-informed
    • the true spirit also penetrates into actual practical
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    • What weighed on Nietzsche's soul penetrated his whole manhood. Feeling and
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    • way, in his morphology, in his penetration of the plant world based
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    • be necessary to take a more penetrating look at this life of memory
    • it. Anyone merely able to have Imaginations cannot yet penetrate into
    • be penetrated with thought at one extreme of all that is human and,
    • on the one hand to draw attention to sensory perception penetrated by
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    • where external observation is penetrated with methodical thought, we
    • in the effort to penetrate the social life that we are today finding
    • whole world. Anyone wanting to go deeper than the surface and penetrate
    • covering a large area — such a process will penetrate this changeable
    • upon something spiritual. No wonder it needs spiritual methods to penetrate
    • We penetrate into those processes that have shut in upon themselves
    • Such penetration will then yield fruits again for life itself as we
    • on genuine research. Yet if genuine research penetrates to the spirit
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    • Compton-Burnett and S. anc C. Dubrovik. London: Anthroposophical
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    • Geistigen Zusammenhang Mit dem Erdplaneten und der Sternenwelt. Der
    • Planet Earth and with the stars above.
    • considering sense-physical matter, at most penetrating it with
    • towards a conscious penetration of these facts is rarely found.
    • conservation of matter” in the nineteenth century was
    • laming, deadening can come through non-spiritually penetrated
    • sensory and penetrate it with spiritual imagination which
    • penetrated into other areas. Already the condition has arisen
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    • consciousness of the nineteenth century. We will listen to some
    • of the voices of leading thinkers of the nineteenth century.
    • centuries, is attractive to a thinker of the nineteenth century
    • This, my dear friends, is one of the voices of the nineteenth
    • of the nineteenth century to the being whom humanity for
    • choice! We even choose in the nineteenth century!) “that
    • nineteenth century, by denying their own spirit, have given to
    • us take another thinker of the nineteenth century. You know
    • thought of the nineteenth century about Christ Jesus expressed
    • powerful influence during the latter third of the nineteenth
    • large numbers of human beings in the nineteenth century. Paul
    • nineteenth century. Thus she says that everything great that
    • the needs of a person of the nineteenth century.
    • of people in the nineteenth century.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • the most developed one, the human being, genetically from the
    • him from nature as it were, you try to penetrate into his
    • of the nineteenth century and is forgotten today, Heinroth
    • difficult to penetrate him, although anybody who penetrates him
    • that spiritual current that has the tolerant penetration in the
    • (1795). Somebody who strives to penetrate
    • penetrates into this big cave underground, it can immediately
    • develop his forces higher and higher, so that he can penetrate
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    • poetic work is a work of a comprising imagination penetrating
    • present point of view, and that we must penetrate deeper into
    • force which does not penetrate into high regions of spiritual
    • sensuous becomes a symbol of the spiritual. He penetrates
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    • However, we must penetrate into this supersensible field, into
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    • right penetration is possible into the deeper sense of the
    • particular, in the nineteenth century, this view settled in the
    • position ourselves in order to penetrate deeper into this
    • sense? We can penetrate if we bring the contents of the
    • could understand him completely, who could penetrate in the
    • this is a basic truth, which penetrates the New Testament
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    • exterior of superstition, but intends to penetrate the thing
    • to the inexplicable. They do not want to penetrate what
    • penetrate really into the depth of the matters. It anyway is in
    • long as he does not want to penetrate to spiritual science, to
    • ways to penetrate into the spiritual world by which one is able
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • want to penetrate rather deeply into the spiritual life in an
    • He lets the forces of alcohol penetrate the blood. He provides
    • effect on the smallest things which are penetrated by the
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    • not allow him to penetrate to the basic core of his being.
    • comprise, to penetrate the liveliness of Christ's soul with his
    • penetrate himself. A worldview should arise from it, and from
    • nothing in itself if it could not penetrate to the sources of
    • fights so much and cannot penetrate to true cognition of that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • penetrates into the higher worlds. One often stresses that
    • already has open eyes to penetrate in the spiritual world, but
    • before he himself can penetrate into the spiritual fields. One
    • being has to carry out in order to penetrate into the spiritual
    • who wants to penetrate into the spiritual world, who wants to
    • weight. Only during the forties of the nineteenth century, the
    • there. This started rotating by any cause; the single planets
    • oil globules separate in the equator area like planets, and
    • something like a magnetic force is exercised on little living
    • matter is that one is able to penetrate into the very own
    • penetrate to the spiritual fields would have a sure base and
    • absolutely, before anybody penetrates to the higher spiritual
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    • true practitioner who has a horseshoe-shaped iron as a magnet
    • be penetrated by the experiences of the ego in a healthy way.
    • uses the catchword of genetic predisposition if anything is
    • genetic predispositions of fear and anxiety, we should rather
    • the evolution of the planets, if to us is told about the
    • warmth and bliss irradiate and penetrate the astral body of the
    • spiritual science itself penetrate all forces of the etheric
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • penetrates the physical world, and invades where the human soul
    • in the true sense of the word. We attempt gradually to penetrate
    • soul penetrated Goethe's soul. Still various other things had
    • secrets and to penetrate into the sense. However, is not
    • soul: two intertwined triangles, at the corners the planetary
    • However, one did not easily find a way to penetrate into the
    • soul at that time already the germ in this soul to penetrate
    • penetrating, sharp mind, and as a practical one. Goethe became,
    • spirits who penetrated into that which time offered them to
    • Sponbeim, Agrippa von Nettesheim and some others, who looked
    • words so that it penetrates him like with delight at the sight
    • where on the corners of the triangles the planetary signs are
    • whose forces penetrate each other, so that one really sees the
    • golden-shining planets like golden buckets (translated as
    • The Seven Planetary Conditions in the Waking Day, Homer's Golden Chain or Golden Thread Sutra);
    • could penetrate into any word of this formula and would realise
    • he improves himself, while he penetrates himself with all
    • glimpsed when I was young,” which are penetrated now by
    • the soul penetrating deeper and deeper busts the gates of the
    • Tomorrow, we shall see how one penetrates from the outer into
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    • but still the heavens' brightness penetrates their depths,
    • penetrate into the meaning of this masquerade just today. It
    • age and so on — penetrate the actions and thoughts of the
    • penetrate to those worlds from which the complete deeper human
    • penetrate into these spiritual worlds.
    • you, become nebulous, lose their contours; the one penetrates
    • sensory world what penetrates into the sensory world to receive
    • deeper penetrate into the spiritual world. Therefore, we see
    • Nereus, Homunculus wants to learn how he can penetrate into the
    • penetrated into the human realm.
    • left to Faust. Someone who penetrates deeper into the sense of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • situation towards the civilisation of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century sees that an immense jerk forward is done in
    • are found on earth, are also found on the other planets. Then
    • second half of the nineteenth century: think of Haeckel (Ernst
    • performed in the nineteenth century. It appears to us compared
    • satisfaction. We see one of the great spirits of the nineteenth
    • his soul that happened in the nineteenth century.
    • penetrate the human heart with devoutness.
    • who was close to the mysteries, creating his drama penetrated
    • nineteenth century in which is searched and worked according to
    • the nineteenth century. Darwinism shows how the evolution of
    • facts which shows us how within the planetary development the
    • Nietzsche, you can see where the civilisation of the nineteenth
    • the nineteenth century. This tragedy appears in particular, if
    • Today the fear of hereditary predisposition penetrates
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    • wants to penetrate to these mothers. Creation, transformation
    • penetrate if he wakes the spiritual forces slumbering in his
    • wake the spiritual eye in itself and penetrate into the
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    • networked.
    • physical body, the foreboding can change over to penetrating
    • spiritual of the air must penetrate in such a way into us that
    • in his inside. If the air penetrated him, he knew: this moves
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    • mortality penetrated it. However, someone who can settle in
    • that penetrates the spiritual world as feelings, by the
    • physical body, he experiences all will impulses penetrating the
    • Christ principle has penetrated him. He also looks down at the
    • penetrated these secrets, gathering twelve human beings as
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    • is important for the eurythmist to penetrate inwardly into the musical
    • a actually tend towards a distortion of phonetic imagination, they are
    • 1. Phonetic spelling,
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    • it, but if you were to examine the penetrating thinking that has gone
    • can think really penetratingly and be totally convinced of the correctness
    • how penetratingly one proceeds; to illustrate how thoroughly we must
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    • but rather in an auric cloud that we must first penetrate: we see an
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    • the nature spirits. He also relates his penetrating insights into the
    • natural happenings on our planet are allowed by such people to pass
    • at that time, to penetrate into truly spiritual life as we do today
    • Now if we penetrate fully into the nature
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    • to the next planetary stage, and it will find expression in the recognition
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    • the nature spirits. He also relates his penetrating insights into the
    • world we live in. Those who are unwilling to think as penetratingly about
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  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 7: The Physical Body Binds Us to the Physical World
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    • everyone were to grow very old, living on to eighty or ninety, if not
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    • the nature spirits. He also relates his penetrating insights into the
    • us here in the physical world is the most impenetrable aspect of animals
    • and human beings, their inner life of soul, is their most easily penetrable
    • natural philosophers of ancient times, attributed a soul to magnets
    • and amber because of their magnetism, is credited with the statement
    • (soul) of the planets, and in his Harmonices mundi he describes
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • understands that best of all who has penetrated just into this
    • penetrate into this scientificity.
    • he can penetrate into the spiritual world. One has to develop
    • cognitive faculties are limited and he cannot penetrate into a
    • faculties are not able to penetrate into it. Others are more
    • human being, as well as he is, cannot penetrate into the
    • conditions by which the human being can penetrate into the
    • being penetrates into the spiritual world exist in the human
    • It is something that wants to penetrate you
    • soul. However, it can also penetrate as for example a dream if
    • lightning striking in the space that you feel penetrating
    • theoretical objections. Someone who penetrates deeper into
    • someone who penetrates into the spiritual worlds really the
    • science to penetrate the body of civilisation with soul and
    • existence. With these strong forces, the soul will penetrate
    • it, it animates the soul; it penetrates it with all skills that
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • penetrate into those creative, formative soul forces that are
    • self-consciousness. The spiritual researcher can penetrate into
    • self-consciousness, and then he penetrates into that region
    • more the desire originates to penetrate into the origin of the
    • our time the antisophical mood penetrates the human souls. That
    • he meant that one would have to penetrate into something else
    • that it needs for life. As the human being penetrates with
    • penetrates into the creative source of existence concerning his
    • spirit, so that one knows: the spirit penetrating any existence
    • with the theosophical mood that vividly penetrates everything
    • No created mind penetrates
    • penetrates
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    • cultural life, of the last times of the nineteenth century can
    • shows how the human intellect has penetrated into the mysteries
    • the scientific way of thinking that could inspire and penetrate
    • if we let the religious-philosophical views of the nineteenth
    • enmeshed in a wide net of polemic with the serious religious
    • researches of the nineteenth century, and until our time. There
    • is, so to speak, at first only a means to penetrate into the
    • single organ, but penetrates the whole human being as a
    • more in itself. Therefore he increases penetrating himself with
    • impulses into the religious life and penetrate the human being
    • penetrate from their point of view into these depths of the
    • penetrate religiously into the spiritual life, the emotional
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    • penetrate into the fields beyond death. What is this scientific
    • than to suppose that one could penetrate with the means of
    • spirits of the nineteenth century finally denied the life after
    • nineteenth century refused the life after death.
    • into that what enables the soul to penetrate into the regions
    • human body must be penetrated by something, so that it does not
    • penetrate into the spiritual world is beyond the body; the body
    • in an impenetrable eggshell, as if you are hindered from
    • and accomplish our mission on it. If we want to penetrate to
    • which it already penetrates into the spiritual world in the
    • brilliant thinkers shy away from penetrating into those regions
    • of the mysterious if one penetrated into the mystery of death.
    • does not penetrate into the matters so that it deprives the
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    • that spiritual research just wants to penetrate to the immortal
    • able to penetrate into the area of human knowledge where this
    • which we can really penetrate into the spiritual world. I have
    • of death, casts off the physical body, and penetrates into a
    • Then this picture is penetrated with emotional forces emerging
    • penetrated with inner emotional experiences.
    • researcher if he penetrates into that region which the human
    • penetrates into the space of experience
    • try to penetrate into the literature and to take into account
    • that control, direct, and penetrate the physical world.
    • human being appears as penetrated with wisdom.
    • penetrate into the human soul by mysterious sympathies, that
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    • thinkers of the nineteenth century and our time, and you
    • and Approaches to Life in the Nineteenth Century
    • nineteenth century gave, that the evil is nothing positive. It
    • A significant thinker of the nineteenth
    • into which many people do not want to penetrate in our time,
    • Böhme tried to penetrate into the depths of the world and
    • who attempts to penetrate into the mysteries of existence
    • faculties are limited; the human being cannot penetrate into
    • to penetrate what serves him just in the spiritual realm as
    • point for someone who wants to penetrate into the spiritual
    • emphasise that just the ego must become stronger to penetrate
    • sensory world and say that one does not penetrate into the
    • want to penetrate to the spiritual world and it cannot clear up
    • the nineteenth century could teach this, for the time up to our
    • philosophers in the nineteenth century, of that worldview which
    • spirit of the nineteenth century. From a certain viewpoint I
    • would like to point to a tragic thinker of the nineteenth
    • intolerantly against everything that should penetrate into our
    • strong that they darken the souls which cannot penetrate into
    • thirds of the nineteenth century, this echo could not exist.
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    • deal with the moral questions of humanity can hardly penetrate
    • you can penetrate into the spiritual. However, he must advance
    • as you are able to penetrate into it.
    • one leaves the usual sensory world and penetrates with the own
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    • thoroughness because one does not yet want to penetrate into
    • century? At this time, a net of lawfulness spreads out as it
    • He wanted above all to penetrate with his worldview into that
    • treated as we would want it today, namely that it penetrates
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    • will is penetrated much more with feeling than in the life
    • penetrates with spiritual research just into the spiritual
    • penetrated with intensive feeling at the same time. Something
    • with us as under suitable conditions the electric or magnetic
    • that many things penetrate to us that we are not aware of. With
    • death and rebirth that by the untimely penetration, may
    • penetrates and seizes our whole life that Goethe expressed so
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    • nineteenth century, to Goethe and to the less known Robert
    • the human being, it penetrates and invigorates the human
    • the penetration into the physical embodiment in forces that are
    • principles, but it penetrates the human nature only. This link
    • shall not get the possibility to penetrate farther into the
    • him to penetrate into those fields of existence where the
    • penetrate. However, Faust replies to him: “in your
    • Mephistopheles the world into which Faust wants to penetrate,
    • twenties of the nineteenth century, he remembered former
    • In the sixties of the nineteenth century, a
    • That wreck as a dark planet
    • That wreck as a dark planet
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    • life, something that can penetrate into the whole human being,
    • that have to become active if the soul wants to penetrate into
    • sciences or the usual life, one does not penetrate into it.
    • living beings; one feels penetrated with living existence by
    • thinking. If one wants to penetrate into it, one often asks,
    • strives for penetrating a world from which the human being,
    • penetrate them from the mind in such a way that an abstract
    • and nervous system; however, he penetrates life again with new
    • materialistic penetrates into the souls and makes them more and
    • experience will show that nobody who penetrates himself with
    • sufficient to penetrate into the spiritual world. If this
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    • Earth and planetary system. In their calculations, some of
    • the planets around the Sun was graphically illustrated even to
    • “little planets” — little oil planets —
    • and in this way a most convincing model of a planetary system
    • world-pin, thus spinning our entire planetary system! Otherwise
    • to penetrate human nature has already crept into modern-day
    • example, that teachers can penetrate human nature so deeply
    • if our understanding can penetrate the very nature of the human
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    • Particularly during the nineteenth century, programs for
    • best, only ten percent of them, because ninety percent of the
    • penetrate this solid bone matter or this apparently rigid blood
    • certain things should be taught. For example, the nineteenth
    • phonetic method of teaching reading that superseded the old
    • phonetic and the whole-word method carry the day. One feels
    • very proud of the phonetic method, teaching the child to
    • method, the phonetic method, or the whole-word method to the
    • drawing paintings, and if one has gone on to a kind of phonetic
    • With the phonetic method one approaches the soul realm. And
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    • nineteenth century), and which was considered by natural
    • of the science of genetics.] a botanist who lived during the
    • middle of the nineteenth century and was also a teacher at a
    • speak of matter, but it does not penetrate to the inner
    • penetrate to the regions of the human being that reveal what
    • induce spirit and soul substance to penetrate their physical
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    • been lost gradually during the nineteenth and twentieth
    • can penetrate properly to the very essence of all our tasks and
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    • on the other hand, he feels as if something were to penetrate
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    • them very much indeed, penetrates into them.
    • observation, one must penetrate deeper into the whole
    • penetrate into all other parts of the world. The process of
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    • body against the forces penetrating through the breathing
    • penetrate when the forces have become ensouled, forces which
    • really penetrate these things with imaginative knowledge and
    • This is essentially what must penetrate present day humanity
    • humanity makes the decision to consciously penetrate the
    • life, whose meaning one can only penetrate with a power coming
    • concerned with unprejudiced humanity being penetrated by what
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    • we give over to the earth-planet, whether by burial, fire, or in any
    • that through the human forms given to the earth-planet the crystalising
    • in nature. He will distinguish two magnetisms, the North and the South,
    • recognised in natural science, for instance, as North and South magnetism
    • deeply-penetrating flowing-in from the spiritual world. I have often
    • borne in mind. No naiveté should prevail among us, but penetrating
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    • third of the nineteenth century, is this: when a man has passed through
    • penetration of these forces. The soul was too powerful for the body; it
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    • what Natural Science has discovered, especially during the nineteenth
    • it, also the planets, just as one forms an imagination, if one has in
    • movements of Sun, earth, and planets as one looks at a model which one
    • only mountains, rivers, clouds, stars, sun, moon, planets, animals and
    • of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; he did not know why he
    • you a picture of the interpenetration of the spiritual world into the
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    • Divine so that the Divine penetrates into the soul and we know
    • knowing that the Divine can flash up within it and penetrate it. These
    • soul could not be filled with love. When we penetrate into the nature
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    • physical plane.’ Yet the dead man feels himself magnetically
    • Lucifer has such power, and it is really the magnetic impulse of
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    • would cast the earth into the abyss, and we should have no planet for
    • so wonderfully that it penetrates deep, deep into our hearts. Let us
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    • penetrates our eye must likewise die, and we should have nothing from
    • light dies when it penetrates our eye. The ray of light is killed in
    • ray of light which penetrates us, we kill it in many ways.
    • light-ether, we kill that which penetrates us; we slay it unceasingly
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    • the Event of Golgotha had penetrated and shocked many hearts, men gradually
    • been put forward by some minds since the middle of the nineteenth century
    • as is sought for any other science, but where the thoughts so penetrate
    • you will perceive the healing power that is penetrating even your physical
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    • beings. It was nonetheless an image of the universe that in a certain
    • that to someone who penetrates more deeply into the external world,
    • evolution for human salvation, was itself dead. To the soul that penetrated
    • have the will really to penetrate the threefold shadow-existence of
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    • penetrate the spiritual life of European humanity — so far as
    • power, when it would lack the penetration needed to understand the Mystery
    • that he is unable to spread out his net of concepts and make intelligible,
    • penetrate the religious revelations; and they elaborated these with
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    • of penetrating to the true world. They had a strong sense for a certain
    • extent we may survey the external world or penetrate into it, we will
    • succeeded in penetrating into his own being, he would then be able through
    • through man himself, then we can penetrate into the being of the world
    • with the planets and fixed stars, that he had been born out of the universe.
    • in that part of the nineteenth century when materialism, theoretical
    • and the second half of the nineteenth century were insisting that if
    • came to a kind of pause in the evolution of humanity. In the nineteenth
    • little understood: namely, that Goethe tried to penetrate beyond the
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    • between the way a human being in ancient times could penetrate into the
    • does not conform to any kind of scientific world view have nonetheless
    • universities of our time, but who really penetrate to the facts. To
    • primal, elementary, that intends to penetrate to sources, something
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 6: Transformation of the Human Being in the Course of Evolution
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    • gnostic wisdom when they are penetrated by spiritual science, but they
    • because people do not penetrate to an experience of what is simply displayed
    • way by Brunetto Latini,
    • You see, what Brunetto Latini
    • Brunetto Latini intended it as a description of his initiation. He describes
    • poem, "The Divine Comedy." Brunetto Latini was ambassador
    • For a man like Brunetto Latini it was like the end of the world. His
    • so far as it was known to him. We perceive immediately what Brunetto
    • physical body. Then Brunetto Latini describes how the created universe
    • notice that Brunetto Latini speaks of this feminine figure in the way
    • ancient Greece and the end of the Greco-Latin period. Brunetto Latini
    • assert that what Brunetto Latini says about the feminine figure and
    • at rest, all that is enduring. Brunetto Latini's concern was to describe
    • When Brunetto Latini saw
    • Brunetto Latini experienced
    • it only briefly. Then he continues to penetrate from without into the
    • one of these four impulses predominates. Thereby one penetrates more
    • press forward. You see, Brunetti Latini describes his initiation step
    • Brunetto Latini then describes
    • how he went on into the region of the planets and passed through
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  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • at the beginning of the nineties of the last century. Now, it is human
    • again find happiness. A leaden weight will lie upon our planet and the
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 8: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 2)
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    • simply for their own good. Whoever penetrates into the spiritual world
    • that show how the human being wants to penetrate with his intelligence
    • what is only meant to be encircled by a net of common intelligence.
    • a net of common intelligence. Take, for example, the way propaganda
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 2: The Anthroposophical Society as a Living Being
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    • before that statutes are only of secondary importance for us. Nonetheless,
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • as beings who have their home on other planets of our solar system.
    • a subtler or more refined copy, but a copy nonetheless. And so there
    • task during the stage of planetary existence we call the Sun stage,
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 7: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis as Illuminated by an Anthroposophical Understanding of the Human Being
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    • very mundane, is nonetheless indicative of what spiritual science requires
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • penetrate into this supersensible world.
    • penetrate with his cognitive forces into these supersensible
    • supersensible world, but the human knowledge cannot penetrate
    • If the human being wants to penetrate into
    • abstractness of many writings and talks that want to penetrate
    • much ingenuity and dedication was applied to penetrate on this
    • ideas of Parmenides emerged. It intended to penetrate into the
    • never penetrate into the supersensible world.
    • penetrate through them into the living feeling of spiritual
    • only we can penetrate into the supersensible world. This
    • physical body and penetrate into that world about which we can
    • being penetrates with his own being about which he knows that
    • who penetrates into the supersensible world knows that he comes
    • can also penetrate into his own being. But then he comes to
    • which we overcome it. There certain feelings must penetrate the
    • need to penetrate in yourself, then you experience God, then
    • these inner conditions of temptation, then you penetrate into
    • cognitive faculties are limited that he is unable to penetrate
    • that the human being can penetrate with the usual cognitive
    • get cognitive forces with which he is able to penetrate into
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture II: Death and Immortality
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    • persons of the nineteenth century rest, and even before the
    • strength does not exist which can penetrate the soul-life and
    • based on the penetration of our soul with the strength that the
    • the outer sensory world, and we can penetrate as human beings
    • pursue how it leaves the body and penetrates into a spiritual
    • penetrate completely into our physical body, but only up to a
    • penetrate into our body. What penetrates into our body cannot
    • deeply. If it penetrates our whole being if it remains not only
  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • himself.” This penetrated his whole character; it shows
    • his look deeply penetrating into the spiritual how the human
    • being who cannot pursue the finer substances with penetrating
    • person understands the impression deeply penetrating into our
    • unable to escape her, and unable to penetrate deeper into her.
    • Goethe cannot show that Faust penetrates so vividly into the
    • details of nature as Paracelsus penetrated; he cannot show that
    • what penetrates as something spiritual the human being and
    • the essentials is: the fact that the human being can penetrate
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VII: The Prophet Elijah
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    • penetrated by a higher understanding of the human beings saying
    • penetration with the hidden soul forces.
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VIII: The Origin of the Human Being
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    • in the second half of the nineteenth century by the big,
    • nineteenth century. Which view has formed when Darwin
    • second half of the nineteenth century worldviews mushroomed
    • nineteenth century. To a worldview which had at that time by no
  • Title: Human History: Lecture X: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • science did not feel called to penetrate into those impulses
    • Rather I have to point to the fact that in the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century a mere quest for the historical Jesus
    • which were applied in the nineteenth century to prove, so to
    • the nineteenth century to have to talk. One wanted to
    • invisibly, supersensibly penetrating the whole historical
    • words of the Gospels from this viewpoint penetrates into the
    • twentieth century that it will recognise that the nineteenth
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Herder and others stimulated. But the trait of the nineteenth
    • was like penetrated by the saying which is delivered to us by a
    • The human being felt penetrated with
    • penetrating me, but I feel penetrated with an isolated ego.
    • himself who was penetrated with the intellectual consciousness.
    • culture of revelation is completely penetrated with an old
    • yet conscious spiritual that is not penetrated with reason and
    • another culture spread out which was completely penetrated by
    • and said, he penetrates me, because the human being lost the
    • come. Then something enters in the human being that penetrates
    • already penetrates him. The divine is still unpronounceable.
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of this planet, of the sun, of the whole universe. The human
    • and they penetrated everything with Aristotelian attitude that
    • the destiny of the soul after death out of a deep penetration
    • conviction that something spiritual penetrates the human being
    • in the centre, and that the planets circle round it. What would
    • movements of the single planets, and put up laws that
    • system and let the planets circle round it. That which one
    • misunderstood Aristotle. Against it, he was penetrated by that
    • effect of the action of Copernicus. But if we penetrate into
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XIV: The Self-Education of the Human Being
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    • intimately, we have left ourselves and have penetrated into the
    • because we cannot penetrate the consciousness of the other with
    • and penetrate into the other without becoming
    • being penetrates by shared joy and compassion into a foreign
    • being without losing himself, he penetrates
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XVI: Darwin and the Supersensible Research
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    • nineteenth century.
    • of the nineteenth century.
    • behind as a living planet. Humanity becomes extinct, and the
    • intellectual life of the nineteenth century which is given only
    • Darwinian view penetrated into the entire scientific research,
    • penetrate the public thinking, and at the same time with ideas,
    • knowledgeable investigations only in the nineteenth century
    • matured humanity only in the nineteenth century?
    • nineteenth century that one has to consider the cranial bones
    • that in the second half of the nineteenth century on basis of
    • second half of the nineteenth century that intervenes deeply in
    • nineteenth century searches that what he believes to need for
    • habitual ways of thinking in the second half of the nineteenth
    • nineteenth century was destined to divert the attention for a
    • nineteenth century. If we realise that a common plan of the
    • nineteenth century done without knowing it? While it has
    • world, before it could penetrate to its inside and unfold its
    • of the nineteenth century.
    • such a person in the nineteenth century to whom that was a
    • natural sciences of the nineteenth century explained so
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    • learn something from the trenchant, penetrating, almost flood-like events
    • of thought, we find something tremendous in it: If we can penetrate
    • middle of the nineteenth century. It is absolutely necessary to reckon
    • different elements which penetrate into the political-economic life.
    • we must consider, is that there are other elements which penetrate into
    • chest and of the head into the head penetrates the spiritual
    • takes in nourishment, and the physical world penetrates into
    • Those who do not penetrate to the depths indicated to-day, will always
    • certain aims. Only those who penetrate to the depths of reality have
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • might say, a kind of theoretical surprise in the early nineties of the
    • so-called “Erfurt Programme” (elaborated in the early nineties
    • ideal of earlier times was given up at the beginning of the nineties
    • namely bear in mind that it is necessary to penetrate into the real
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • and are not willing to permeate everyday reality with penetrating thoughts.
    • to penetrate into the idea. Indeed, my dear friends, it is necessary
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • no true impulse can penetrate into the social life of men and it will
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    • course of the nineteenth century and up to now looked for a
    • knowledge questions of the nineteenth century in the most
    • nineteenth century. I have drawn your attention to the fact
    • just the excellent thinkers of the nineteenth century to say to
    • education of the nineteenth century in special way stood in his
    • the usual everyday life penetrates. This science and this life
    • penetrate to the mental pictures, concepts, and ideas that the
    • would like to point to a second spirit of the nineteenth
    • creative power, that it penetrates the world, that it is not
    • penetrated by thinking.
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    • is not sufficient to penetrate into the spiritual world lying
    • able to penetrate into the real spiritual world. The human
    • penetrating this physical human body, this body of formative
    • way because we realise if we really penetrate beyond the only
    • human being dies. However, to penetrate into the real spiritual
    • world, I would like to say to penetrate into an independent
    • human being now beholds his soul, that which penetrates him not
    • only causing his growth, but penetrates him in such a way that
    • penetrates the whole process with the beholding consciousness
    • world it has the forces with which it penetrates itself which
    • From this world, it gets the forces with which it penetrates
    • Such a book about Family Studies and Genetics, as it
    • he let follow about Goethe in the Light of Genetics in
    • this led to the fact that one transferred the genetics of
    • penetrates this physical human body, everything that lives in
    • our surroundings is penetrated with soul and spirit. Everything
    • it penetrates the physical world.
    • parents who were born in the nineteenth century and so on, we
    • the modern genetics, this thought is maybe still absurd. That
    • world at first. The conceptual penetration of spiritual
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • come to many ideas and mental pictures in the nineteenth
    • penetrates consciousness different from the usual memory.
    • the centre of the planetary system and let the sun circle
    • the planetary system and let the planets circle around the sun.
    • penetration that carries him into the sphere of the spiritual,
    • without penetrating his consciousness at least not
    • life that we do not penetrate it recognising. Because we
    • inaccurate for somebody who has a magnet to say, this is
    • is penetrated with the spiritual, in which the soul is rooted
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • events partly penetrates our organism through our senses like a
    • which penetrates there, while it invigorates that which
    • penetrates from the outside without life.
    • events into our body. The sense perception penetrates that
    • soul with its tool, the body still penetrates the sense; the
    • sciences are not yet suited to let penetrate their concepts
    • life penetrates directly, and, hence, inner events take place.
    • have said, the soul considers, penetrating the body, the outer
    • with the spirit that the spirit can penetrate the human being
    • subconscious penetrates into the consciousness. Likewise, if
    • or in the spiritual-scientific idea, which penetrates the
    • do not yet need today to rack our brains whether we penetrate
    • penetrate to the bodily of its own accord. I appreciate
    • indistinct, too weak to penetrate of their own accord so far
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • an outer process penetrates into our inside. There we can
    • penetrate into the things. Then with such concepts, it is
    • nerves, the things thereby penetrate each other at these
    • in the first third of the nineteenth century by which ether
    • varying material world as well as the magnetic force prepares
    • deadened because the outer ether penetrates into our senses.
    • projects into the physical-bodily. If a will impulse penetrates
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world wish hallucinations
    • Against it if one wants to penetrate into the spiritual world,
    • spiritual world. However, thereby the soul penetrates
    • etheric body can encroach on the bodily and penetrate the
    • penetrated with mental pictures. Some people will argue: but
    • easily. Only if you penetrate really into the spiritual, you
    • wants to penetrate into the spirit has to be particularly
    • has become planets, suns and moons and so on. There one
    • Someone who penetrates into the spiritual-scientific attitude
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • penetrate into reality. While other mental pictures announce
    • to his longing to penetrate into the spiritual world. Thus, it
    • completely refuse to penetrate on the ways of spiritual science
    • Now it is strange that one is satisfied just today to penetrate
    • literature of the first half of the nineteenth century which of
    • have recognised if he had penetrated into the real spiritual
    • active penetrating into it. This is not so comfortable. This
    • penetration into spiritual reality. One has to understand such
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • the possibility to themselves to penetrate into the soul
    • Somebody who wants to penetrate really into the soul life must
    • being can penetrate into the beyond of the soul phenomena.
    • Kantianism wants it, and thus many people of the nineteenth
    • inside and outside, but where the ether penetrated and ensouled
    • penetrate into that which lives there in us while we grasp a
    • and penetrates to my eye if I perceive red. The beyond of the
    • beholding consciousness to penetrate to the beyond of the
    • least: Hartmann penetrates to the notion of the fact that in
    • all attempts to penetrate into the beyond of the soul and the
    • of the whole soul life to penetrate with the beholding
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture I: The Nature of Spiritual Science and Its Significance for the Present
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    • reached another viewpoint in the nineteenth and our centuries
    • are related in their primeval being. Every sun, every planet
    • the human soul living on on other planets? How do such
    • that there were spirits in the course of the nineteenth century
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VII: How Does One Attain Knowledge of the Spiritual World?
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    • my soul, then the limits extend, and I can deeper penetrate
    • otherwise, and develops stronger forces in itself to penetrate
    • actually, the study of that who wants to penetrate into the
    • physical world, but also penetrates it with strong forces, so
    • something that deeply cuts in our hearts that penetrates us
    • can develop strong forces in itself, so that it can penetrate
    • teach the Pythagorean tenet to it. This shows clearly that the
    • Pythagorean tenet, one must be prepared by a certain practise
    • which also the other sciences are penetrated. Then everybody
    • am an ego” as a streak of lightning penetrated me and
    • appear to us: we accept it as the penetration of the world
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VIII: Predisposition, Talent and Education of the Human Being
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    • assumes something in the human nature that penetrates many
    • penetrating into the things whether we are astute or not. What
    • the sun stood to greet the planets,
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    • destiny of the biblical studies in the nineteenth century. One
    • nineteenth century. Nothing can exceed that diligence, that
    • of the nineteenth century. Since the more they advanced, the
    • penetrate the whole sense of the traditions in their entire
    • of representation where it penetrates in particular depths.
    • am an ego” as a streak of lightning penetrated me and
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture XV: What Has Astronomy to Say about the Origin of the World?
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    • nineteenth century something was added that introduces us in a
    • That is why one can say that since the middle of the nineteenth
    • planets, minor planets, with nebulae and other things and their
    • nineteenth century that the excellent spirits of the nineteenth
    • Excellent spirits of the nineteenth century thought possibly in
    • the nineteenth century more and more: the world of atoms and
    • attractive for some thinkers of the nineteenth century if they
    • the nineteenth century, penetrating any physical knowledge with
    • a great ideal before the thinkers of the nineteenth century.
    • nineteenth century ingeniously: the fact that heat can be
    • movements of the planets around the sun. However, nobody would
    • of the nineteenth century astronomy was limited. However, one