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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • the forms in which, in the cultural development of our day, we quite
    • to-day the remembrance of those ancient Gods lives on in peaceful
    • of religion and becomes universal. When on Good Friday, in the year
    • This is the theme that will be presented to you to-day, in order to
    • In connection with this, we will penetrate deeply to-day into the
    • connection with that of the Beings of the heavens. To-day we shall go
    • ancestors of present-day humanity were living in the West, between
    • day and sleep by night, have changed. The normal state to-day is that
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • sense-world and of the waking life of day are obliterated; joy,
    • a great deal more than the colours and tones familiar to us to-day.
    • perception of the spiritual beings, around him — unlike to-day
    • silence; the pictures were hardly less numerous than by day, with this
    • difference only, that whereas in the waking life of day man perceived
    • the spiritual alike by day and by night. By night they were surrounded
    • man experiences his fellow-men around him to-day. And the sagas are
    • took its further course, the kind of consciousness that is ours to-day
    • bodies by day, increased in clarity and definition. Paradoxically
    • speaking, night became more intensely night, day more intensely
    • day.
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • expanding in a new way during these days at the beginning of spring,
    • Christian Mystery. And so at Easter to-day the outer festival and its
    • the common possession of all mankind. Let us devote our studies to-day
    • knowledge into ever-widening circles. To-day we will look back into
    • rests. But the Buddha foretold that one day in the future his great
    • three days? Why does the incorruptible body of the Eastern Initiate
    • We hear to-day no more than echoes of the depths here contained.
    • For present-day humanity, two truths stand like mighty beacons on
    • one day to come among men. Thus the God Who is to bring redemption to
    • seem strange to science in time to come that the science of our day
    • to-day, that man consists of four members — physical body,
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • legend which gave us an inkling yesterday of its bearing on this
    • concerning which they knew that the Maitreya Buddha will one day
    • to-day must be brought to realise what the Mystery of Golgotha
    • every day that passes we grow into the spiritual world. So too, death
    • strange to-day in the life of Francis of Assisi is because the ‘I’ was
    • day in the spiritual world. Moreover it can be found, together with
    • The time has come to-day when these secrets may be made known, when
    • existed in the past is rescued, purified, sustained: just as one day,
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • I SHALL Speak to-day of certain matters in a way that could not be
    • lay emphasis to-day upon one aspect of what spiritual science must
    • would not have been possible to speak, as we can speak to-day, of a
    • as well as this, when we look over the earth to-day we perceive a
    • of it outside that region. But nowadays, news flashes around the whole
    • understanding can be discerned to-day in the fact that the science of
    • plead to-day: ‘Do not take from us the individual, personal Jesus who
    • As I have spoken here to-day, so did the Rosicrucians speak in
    • their small, enclosed circles. To-day these things can be communicated
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • Ever since the early days of Christianity it has been the custom to
    • at a point of time a few days after the 21st of December, the winter
    • solstice, whereas the day of the Easter festival is determined by a
    • celebrate a Sunday — a day, that is, which should remind them of
    • their connection with the sun-forces — when the Sunday comes that
    • far surpassing the knowledge that present-day science can offer. And
    • as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • only a proof that in our day even theology has succumbed to
    • It is good that we should confess to-day, in all sincerity, how
    • thought of the present day, is far from being able to form the right
    • ideas when he reads the words of Paul. Many present-day theologians
    • mankind. Let us try in the language of the present day to place
    • how different was the whole outlook of men in those days. Not that a
    • People interpret Paul to-day in such a trivial manner! Again and
    • world of sense is not enough. To-day, mankind has only come so far as
    • enough in these days to rest content with looking at life in any
    • accustomed. But have we any right to-day to utter this renunciation,
    • up in men's minds to-day: All the lying and deception in modern
    • like this, for they are of very great significance in life to-day.
    • whether one cannot. The man of the present day is faced with a severe
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • I SPOKE yesterday about the part played by the figure of Paul at
    • materialism to-day who have no real right to celebrate an Easter
    • into present-day Europe and indeed into the whole of the civilised
    • to-day in statements often made by well-intentioned people.
    • In the Basler Nachrichten yesterday you may have read a
    • emphasises that the universal tendency of the day is to prepare for
    • illusions to which people readily succumb to-day that must be heeded,
    • people of the present day were a little humbler and did not drag in
    • better understood. To-day, of course, there is no such concept as: a
    • — this was a self-evident truth to man in those days, for he
    • The characteristics attributed to Paganism by scholars to-day are no
    • Christians to-day is no longer Christianity. Thus in the
    • dug to-day. And wherever these principles, even in a mild form, become
    • mood of Easter Saturday. Christianity lies in the grave and men place
    • of Easter Sunday, when the stone or the stones are rolled away.
    • was given in the days of the Mystery itself: “He Whom ye seek is
    • of Golgotha. The need for such understanding is urgent to-day, for
    • What must be understood with regard to Christianity to-day is that
    • days when the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was finding its way
    • attitude of the different nationalities to-day towards each other has
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • The Good Friday festival and the Easter festival of Resurrection
    • were largely combined. Even in days when men were not yet so arid, so
    • empty of understanding, Good Friday became a festival in which the
    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
    • What has to be recognised to-day is that even the greatest
    • intellectualism that certain of its representatives to-day even go as
    • civilisation, the Good Friday thought has come increasingly to the
    • This is what the Easter thought must call up in us to-day. Easter
    • we must again acquire. And be it remembered that even in the days of
    • The Good Friday mood, as well as the Easter mood, needs to be
    • transformed. The Good Friday mood must be one that realises when
    • that the mood of death associated with Good Friday merely presents the
    • cosmos into a corpse. To-day we gaze at the stars and calculate their
    • the Good Friday mood of suffering to the spiritual mood of Easter Day.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • I WANT to speak to-day about a certain aspect of the Mystery of
    • ordinary consciousness to-day man knows little of these Beings, for
    • physical bodies to-day would of course be a wrong conclusion. Such
    • sides — where we to-day see only clouds and stars — earthly
    • which for the present-day humanity is essential. The divine Teachers
    • course of earth-evolution. The animal consciousness of to-day, even
    • the animal to-day. This lies at a level below the human, whereas the
    • about the animal to-day, you will say that the animal is unconcerned
    • to-day, he was unconcerned with the approach of death. It never
    • the life of the soul; to-day they have no such vision.
    • seem to him as crucial as they must inevitably be to-day.
    • traditional religion to-day, and be clear about the following. The
    • interpretation of it as is possible to-day. But very little real
    • itself external. There is no realisation to-day of how differently men
    • everything that was known in those days about the Risen Christ, the
    • the future there would arise in the men of earth a day-consciousness,
    • prevailing to-day. Less is demanded of a man who can grasp what his
    • to-day to penetrate into the wisdom of the gods. But this must happen.
    • Westerners weave such fantastic ideas to-day — has attained any
    • to-day, in a much more spiritual way, through Intuitive cognition,
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