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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Contents
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    • The Death of a God and its Fruits in Humanity
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • evolution of humanity, for the purpose of discovering the real
    • ancestors of present-day humanity were living in the West, between
    • humanity of Europe and Asia. When the eye of spirit is directed upon
    • humanity. We have learnt, from earlier studies, of the mighty changes
    • became increasingly difficult to preserve for humanity the memories of
    • in the evolution of humanity. In the Greco-Latin epoch it was still
    • spiritual world. To-day humanity has actually reached the point when
    • in humanity and carried through the period when man is most deeply
    • At what point in the evolution of humanity was attainment of
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • of Faust he places before us the representative of aspiring humanity,
    • Easter festival of humanity in general. What the wise men of old were
    • Shakyamuni for a later humanity. Shakyamuni had a great pupil, and
    • For present-day humanity, two truths stand like mighty beacons on
    • humanity.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • outer humanity and discoverable only by those who through Initiation
    • a way as to enable the primal wisdom again to be understood. Humanity
    • the influence of this great impulse into the rest of humanity. It was
    • that humanity gradually matures, so that there may be human beings who
    • the earth and of humanity. With this aim a Brotherhood of Initiates
    • sense in which Christ Jesus is the Great Example for humanity. And
    • of the earth, to the future of the evolution of humanity, and is for
    • A resurrection of the Earth-Spirit itself, a redemption of humanity
    • where the ennobled elements of humanity are in safe keeping.
    • into humanity through the Mystery of Golgotha, everything that has
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • IIITHE DEATH OF A GOD AND ITS FRUITS IN HUMANITY
    • A comparatively short time ago in the evolution of humanity it
    • past, the idea of a world-body peopled by a humanity forming one whole
    • and everywhere else? It is all a means of providing humanity with food
    • as long as humanity was divided into regional civilisations which knew
    • the globe as a spiritual movement embracing all earthly humanity, must
    • That humanity is coming a little nearer to this intimate
    • particular creed, and to give it again to humanity. Spiritual science
    • Bodhisattva who arises from mankind and works within humanity. He
    • continues to guide humanity from the spiritual worlds without living
    • the power to lead humanity upwards.
    • and became the source of the impulse which leads humanity upwards.
    • of humanity through the Mystery of Golgotha could proceed only from
    • humanity.
    • the gods had to create the balance; humanity had to be lifted upwards
    • fundamental problem confronting humanity. Death is something that
    • wrought on the earth, became the heritage of humanity, and the
    • carry into effect through spiritual science what streams into humanity
  • 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
    • blood-principle. The Christian impulse towards universal humanity was
    • new way to bring this element of universal humanity to its own had not
    • forms of Bolshevism. It now behoves humanity to inaugurate the epoch
    • into the evolution of humanity. Towards the Christians alone did
    • the Representative of universal humanity — Christ Jesus.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • humanity into whose creed had been accepted the principle that man
    • consists of body and soul only — this same humanity demanded, for
    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • the true Being of Christ. Western humanity has drawn Christ down to
    • when, in surveying the whole sweep of the evolution of humanity, we
    • their courses. Christ descended to humanity in order to unite the
    • the evolution of the world and of humanity at which the Festival of
    • countered by those which lead humanity upwards. We need the forces
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • Mysteries in the evolution of the earth and of humanity.
    • which for the present-day humanity is essential. The divine Teachers
    • Now let us imagine that those early, divine Teachers of humanity
    • primeval humanity had never experienced birth and death in their own
    • world to humanity. Just think how in the Old Testament, for example,
    • Testament exists, and modern humanity approaches the Mystery of
    • is inevitable that modern humanity should pass through the stage of
    • spirit-body, like the early teachers of primeval humanity,
    • which the divine Teachers had appeared to primeval humanity. But now,
    •  “stand the significance of death to humanity it would avail
    • the human soul has been possible for humanity only in two ways: either
    • as primeval humanity attained it, or as man can again attain it
    • possibility in primeval humanity and, although it is not a condition
    • manner in which this had been done in primeval humanity, nor in the
    • spiritual way. The full significance for humanity of the Mystery of
    • to render to humanity to-day. One significant service will be that
    • divine Teachers of primeval humanity who spoke of all things, save



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