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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • Mysteries, in times long before Christianity had spread over the
    • “Ring of the Nibelungs,” and, walking along the streets, the
    • from the inspiration belonging to the world of saga and legend. For
    • outer objects, belonging to the mineral-, plant-, animal- and
    • although these are no longer expressions of the inmost spiritual
    • around him realities that henceforth were no longer merely preserved
    • consciousness. Man is no longer able to see into the innermost nature
    • man's consciousness in the Post-Atlantean epoch could no longer
    • between the spiritual worlds and mankind when men are no longer able
    • longer experience spiritual reality. Thus was the spiritual life
    • body has loosened he will no longer be able to rely on remembrances of
    • “He Whom thou seekest is no longer here! The grave is empty and
    • In times when men will have long since ceased to need the teachings
    • will no longer require religion in order to believe in gods whom they
    • Their reality will have already paled long before man's existence on
    • when the formal religions have long ceased to be necessary, mankind
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • wait for long ages before being transported by the miraculous fire
    • God?” Those who belonged to the Hebrew Mysteries knew that it was
    • belonging to the earth, and through his thoughts he experiences a
    • As long as the ‘I’ of man, with its physical expression in the
    • the physical body, is the miraculous cosmic fire no longer
    • of what it means to live no longer within its own narrow, personal
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • divine-spiritual forces would no longer have been able to raise men
    • along
    • love” can no longer be suffering; for there is nothing that we do
    • attain that for which we yearn” can no longer be suffering, for
    • longer suffer because of what they are compelled to renounce; for if
    • renunciation is no longer suffering.
    • etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth, and they needed no longer the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • the human soul. The longings and questionings that will arise
    • as long as humanity was divided into regional civilisations which knew
    • elementary beliefs, long since outgrown by those who have grasped the
    • wisdom belonging to mankind as one whole and springing from one Divine
    • realisation belongs to future time.
    • everything belonging to him, is verily not a human being. Lucifer and
    • religions on the earth can belong to Buddha the great
    • and all religions can belong to Christ, the Divine Power.
    • over the globe as the science of the Spirit belonging to all men in
    • purpose of a sword is no longer known — it has been replaced by
    • knowledge, “for men no longer understood it! Once upon a time
    • Long since 'tis hidden by its sheath of roses;
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse entered into
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • experience of what men at that time could no longer receive in the
    • materialism. Even theology has no longer any knowledge of the nature
    • was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as man beholds
    • matters that are most sacred for him — for he ought no longer to
    • Easter runs along the lines of old habits of thought; they use the old
    • the same renunciation in the same formula to which they have long been
    • culture is due to the fact that we ourselves are no longer in earnest
    • materialistic outlook we have long ago ceased caring whether or not we
    • belong together; they cannot possibly exist side by side. And the
    • earth. He no longer feels that he is himself united with those
    • its grave and when ideals and works of culture will no longer send
    • bringing together in their thought the things that essentially belong
    • not need to ‘think together’ the things that belong together. They
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • Such a conviction was no longer within man's immediate reach at the
    • longer. Knowledge of the spirit-and-soul was to be sought in a
    • immediately perceptible in this physical frame, a being who belongs to
    • was so no longer, and it was therefore necessary for men to turn to
    • Christians to-day is no longer Christianity. Thus in the
    • of people neither scripture nor tradition have importance any longer.
    • not here.” At that time He was no longer there, because men had
    • long refrained, people even brought themselves to exercise a certain
    • senseless, because blood-relationship is no longer a factor of any
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • longer here.
    • Who could no longer be comprehended in His spiritual nature but in His
    • fell from the Buddha's lips as long before the Mystery of
    • no longer a living reality — comes to an end on the Cross. We
    • no longer here.”
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • belonging to these worlds came down in a spiritual manner to the men
    • primeval man in his dream-pictures belonged, in reality, to a waking
    • Now to these divine Teachers belongs the host of beings connected
    • Christ Who indeed belongs to those worlds whence the ancient Teachers
    • instinctive clairvoyance were still practising yoga. But it is a long
    • has a fleeting experience belonging to some elemental reality of
    • structure and in it no longer has a separate existence. In the
    • longer there independently. In the crude materiality, the spiritual is
    • grandeur in it. If we are to understand these things we must no longer
    • was retained, the Church could no longer interpret it. The Mass,
    • human longings are reaching out for a deeper knowledge of the Mystery
    • of Golgotha. And that longing can be satisfied only through spiritual
    • which he sets out to prove that this modern theology is no longer
    • of this there is springing up the human longing to learn something

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