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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • and legend, not only in the poetic, but also in the spiritual sense,
    • from the inspiration belonging to the world of saga and legend. For
    • by that world of Nordic gods of which the legends tell. Odin, Freya,
    • still survived, as well as the old myths and legends describing the
    • legends and myths which originated in Atlantis had come over with the
    • was narrated in the legends.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • A beautiful and profound Eastern legend runs as follows: The great
    • significant followers of the Buddha. The legend tells that when
    • Such is the great Eastern legend — unintelligible, perhaps, in
    • some respects, to the West. This legend speaks, too, of a
    • It is just where this legend deviates from the content of the
    • legend enshrines an ancient wisdom that can only gradually be
    • legends as profound as this one. We must remain in reverent awe at a
    • apprehend with our prosaic intellect what such legends contain. True
    • legends. But so profound is their truth that we need all the means
    • legend as wonderful and profound as that of Kashiapa.
  • 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
    • riddle, the legend of Kashiapa, the great sage and enlightened pupil
    • The legend, you will remember, goes on to say that when Kashiapa
    • be able to glimpse the profound wisdom contained in this legend if we
    • it is preserved in the legend. He comes from a kingly environment. He



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