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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Contents
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    • Damascus and the new Knowledge of the Spirit
  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Foreword
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    • we know, but by what we can receive in revelation. Those who read
  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Opening Remarks
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    • knowledge. And in respect to these publications, this
    • is, at the very least, the anthroposophical knowledge
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual it is in a sense an actual fact, that
    • the life of knowledge, of art, of beauty, in the widest sense of the
    • meaning of Christmas in the light of the Mystery-knowledge. If from a
    • knowledge under the guardianship of the Priests of Hermes in Egypt, of
    • physical body was that he might gain knowledge of the external world,
    • known to everyone who is aware of this deeply significant truth of
    • existence of a spiritual world. He neither recognises nor knows
    • to him is knowledge of the spiritual world, it is essential that
    • between the religious life and the life of knowledge must never be
    • must know that in very truth the gods are realities. When the etheric
    • what is known as the “spiritual death.” For around him there
    • world, man will know that through the Christ Deed he has gained the
    • the physical world, and will know that it is a grave. Then, with deep
    • all knowledge, all art, all life. And if we remind ourselves of what
    • without being recognised and known as such. Many a man to-day could
    • To know Christ means to know man as a spiritual being. To be filled
    • knowledge to infinite horizons. Christianity will permeate
    • material life, so must he be lifted again to knowledge of the Spirit.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • through higher knowledge. The Easter Festival is an outer sign of this
    • evolution men could discover and know only in the secrecy of the
    • knowledge into ever-widening circles. To-day we will look back into
    • decay but remained intact. Only the Initiates know of this secret and
    • sense also understand the words which make known the identity of the
    • known in the burning thorn-bush and then in fire on Sinai. It was
    • am.” But even if this were not known, the fact that
    • Let us look back once again to the knowledge proclaimed by ancient
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • and they will know that one who lets himself be permeated by the
    • permeated with the Christ Power know that love can forge links from
    • knowledge, the lives of Francis of Assisi and Elisabeth of
    • that time. When we know this, they become examples for us. How can
    • of Thüringen if he does not know that a replica of the astral
    • The time has come to-day when these secrets may be made known, when
    • hitherto has been known only to those who reached enlightenment. They
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • culture flourished in a tiny region of the earth and little was known
    • earth, so must knowledge of the spirit be the soul that extends over
    • movement dedicated to the cultivation of spiritual knowledge.
    • religions are set forth? Although it is not acknowledged, the basis of
    • When a professed Christian, knowing nothing beyond the external
    • the new clairvoyance, come to know of sublime Beings who have risen
    • anthroposophist also knows that a Being who has risen from the rank of
    • a Christian, of saying that the Buddha returns in the flesh. He knows
    • knowledge and understanding of these Beings.
    • death, He gave them the certain knowledge of the power that had
    • These people do not know the difference between an utter impossibility
    • such knowledge was cultivated in the Rosicrucian Schools. It was known
    • there that together with such knowledge, peace draws into the souls of
    • men. And in these Rosicrucian Schools it was known, too, that many a
    • receive such knowledge.
    • from the Mystery of Golgotha, know that every year at Eastertide,
    • who, while they are at play, dig up an object of iron and do not know
    • they alone know that this object is a sword. In that age of peace the
    • purpose of a sword is no longer known — it has been replaced by
    • knowledge, “for men no longer understood it! Once upon a time
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • The Event at Damascus and the new Knowledge of the Spirit
    • from ancient atavistic clairvoyant faculties and gave man a knowledge
    • far surpassing the knowledge that present-day science can offer. And
    • earth-evolution pure and simple. For through knowledge of that which
    • familiar with their knowledge and their conception of the world. He
    • writings of Paul, as we know them, convey only a weak reflection of
    • this event attained knowledge of cosmic happenings lying behind the
    • materialism. Even theology has no longer any knowledge of the nature
    • applying knowledge of the super-sensible to the essence of Christianity
    • like a challenge to man to possess himself of super-sensible knowledge.
    • comprehended without having recourse to knowledge that has its source
    • time and turn to spiritual knowledge.
    • And if we would turn to spiritual knowledge, it is emphatically not
    • catastrophe — namely, super-sensible knowledge? If the Easter
    • knowledge — for knowledge of the senses can never explain the
    • human faculty of knowledge? Should not this be the thought that rises
    • work, a tendency towards a scientific knowledge that is adapted to the
    • should go further and develop into a knowledge of the super-sensible
    • ‘Easter,’ how do I stand to super-sensible knowledge? For Easter should
    • tries to build up his knowledge concerning all that is beyond the
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • acknowledged as such, because the people said: Divinity itself speaks
    • time when knowledge of the divine and spiritual was to be brought to
    • again. That, after all, was the knowledge emanating from the ancient,
    • primeval wisdom. And it can be said that this knowledge came to the
    • creed, maintained that this contained the true knowledge of the God of
    • principle whereby human knowledge was determined by the blood, the
    • nor identity of race, nor any factor by which human knowledge had been
    • must establish his relation to knowledge through inner
    • of external knowledge, man was destined to succumb to materialism.
    • longer. Knowledge of the spirit-and-soul was to be sought in a
    • Knowledge of the super-sensible, of the spirit-and-soul was
    • spirit-and-soul knowledge. Formerly, this was possible because the
    • blood itself was the bearer of super-sensible knowledge. For men of
    • The second phenomenon is that men seek to draw their knowledge of
    • knowledge of the spirit. A secret of which I have often spoken to you
    • is that man can only recognise and know the spiritual by lifting
    • scripts before reaching knowledge of their own concerning the Mystery
    • known; direct knowledge alone can reveal these things. The age must be
    • knowledge alone can lead to an understanding of what Paul wished to
    • man must train himself for the attainment of spiritual knowledge,
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • can be understood only in the light of the knowledge that in the head
    • earthly theories, but is comprehensible to spiritual knowledge, to
    • great source of strength, knowing that the spiritual and eternal
    • in truth consist only in the knowledge: “Into whatever human
    • yearn for understanding of his own will, for knowledge of his own
    • The knowledge of this was a fundamental principle of the ancient
    • life. We must acquire this knowledge again, but now through acts of
    • exercises by which they could acquire certain knowledge presented to
    • may thank many things in life — but if you have gained knowledge
    • have to thank your Buffering, your pain. You owe your knowledge to the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • you know something of these Beings of the higher Hierarchies. In his
    • ordinary consciousness to-day man knows little of these Beings, for
    • Whatever vision, whatever perceptive knowledge they possessed was
    • a thing which it was unnecessary for men of those times to know, but
    • imparted many aspects of knowledge, truths in profusion, but they
    • times by the divine Teachers. A great deal is already known to you.
    • after them — it was unnecessary to have knowledge of the facts of
    • physical body; and because he could say with certain knowledge, ‘An
    • tragedy. The knowledge received by men from their earliest, divine
    • having to face experiences in their earthly life that would be unknown
    • themselves to a few specially prepared pupils or men of knowledge, to
    • themselves for the first time acquired inner knowledge of the mystery
    • Many things concerning the Mystery of Golgotha have become known to
    • acquiring knowledge in this external way, but knowledge so gained is
    • everything that was known in those days about the Risen Christ, the
    • birth and death. He was able to convey to them the knowledge that in
    • Strength of soul is expressed when a man says: “I believe! I know
    • through faith what I can never know by earthly means. This is a
    • stronger force in me than when I claim to have knowledge of what can
    • he to possess all the science known on earth, if his wisdom is able to
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