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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Opening Remarks
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • IN A former lecture I pointed out that Christianity is wider in
    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
    • the forms in which, in the cultural development of our day, we quite
    • announcements of the last performance at the Opera of Wagner's
    • This motif and trend of the Nordic sagas reappears in a medieval form
    • form, outside the narrow bounds of ordinary religion.
    • transformation, on a wider scale, of what already lives in
    • remember that these colourforms surrounding and blurring the sharp
    • colour-forms and tones, with impressions of smell, taste and so forth.
    • still earlier form, the sun in the heavens rose at the vernal equinox
    • experiences of the earlier form of Atlantean consciousness. These
    • cultivated in the Mysteries was preserved in the form of an ancient
    • all-embracing vista of the universe. But forms of consciousness which
    • coincided with it. This gave rise to the later form of consciousness
    • form of atavistic remains of an earlier age. Later, during Greco-Roman
    • which we have been trying to form a concrete picture, we can say that
    • religion in our modern sense. What now forms the content of the various
    • preserved was expressed in the form of the folk-religion — here
    • expressed in varied form according to the needs and conditions
    • same stages as on the descent, but now in a higher form. To-day man
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • Our Christian festival of Easter is only one of the forms of the
    • mankind announces Himself, not in a human form, but in the
    • forms.
    • Lightning in the formations of the air, and we hear the rolling
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Christ, descending into a human form, was manifest
    • form. The sublime mysteries of the life of mankind are derived from
    • ‘I’, he himself transforms the astral body into Spirit-Self (Manas),
    • begins with the spiritualisation of the breath, that the transformed,
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • proclaimer of the primeval wisdom in a new form, the Maitreya Buddha,
    • Buddha to appear and perform his deed on the uncorrupted body of
    • microcosmic form in Palestine.
    • spiritual heights and took human form in order that mankind should be
    • form; it had to be accomplished by a man in the real sense, a man with
    • encountered: life in its diverse forms and manifestations. He comes
    • given form by the great painters and sculptors.
    • us a guarantee that men who are Christ-inspired will be transformed
    • different form; they will behold Him for the first time in His true
    • form, in a spiritual fire.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • past, the idea of a world-body peopled by a humanity forming one whole
    • peoples separated by vast distances are formed as it were into a
    • marriage of spirit with form. And in Roman culture, in Roman civic
    • transformation, metamorphosis — no death. Death is the
    • what it is. They alone who still possess some remote information of
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • figure of St. Paul. Paul had had abundant opportunity to inform
    • thought of the present day, is far from being able to form the right
    • spiritual came to them in elemental form, with everything that lived
    • and faith. Modern theology is ready to admit of the former that it is
    • the same renunciation in the same formula to which they have long been
    • and are at the same time very far indeed from forming any true idea of
    • be formed with spiritual and super-sensible knowledge.
    • reflection of the super-sensible, if he recognises how he is formed and
    • are the highest of all the beings of which you can form an idea. The
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • humanity in a new form by the impulse proceeding from the Mystery of
    • various peoples in the form appropriate to each of them, for it was
    • spiritual was dependent on the blood, and the particular form
    • although their particular form of the primeval wisdom was bound up
    • spirit-and-soul knowledge. Formerly, this was possible because the
    • transformation, to allow the soul to develop, to be reborn in Christ,
    • untransformed, he lost sight of it altogether, and in the
    • foremost in the form of nationalism. The old Luciferic principle of
    • This manifests itself, on the one side, in formalism of
    • These two impulses, Nationalism, the Luciferic form of
    • and Trotsky, the Ahrimanic form of anti-Christianity, have insinuated
    • dug to-day. And wherever these principles, even in a mild form, become
    • forms of Bolshevism. It now behoves humanity to inaugurate the epoch
    • nationalistic passions and false forms of socialism; until they learn
    • — Does the formula “In the Name of His Majesty the
    • demanded by the spirit were to prevail, such a formula would simply
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • civilisation this Easter thought assumed a form which has influenced
    • of death — this was the essence of the Easter thought in the form
    • and hardly noticeable tendencies were transformed into the materialism
    • was not part of Christianity in its original form: the picture of
    • Easter thought was transformed in an altogether egotistic direction.
    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
    • capable of grasping the Easter thought in its true form. The same
    • transformed. The Good Friday mood must be one that realises when
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • earliest form of the life of primitive man lay, in a certain respect,
    • The animal accepts death. It is simply transformation of its
    • immortal, eternal being lives in me,’ the transformation taking place
    • realms. For birth and death, in the form in which they are experienced
    • transformation, metamorphosis from one state of existence into
    • traditions the fact that they had received information concerning
    • the Mystery of Golgotha in ritual, in mantric formulae, above all in
    • the Lord's Supper, clothed in what arises from the mantric formulae of
    • It is difficult for men to-day to form any conception of this
    • societies existing at the present time contain formulae which, for

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