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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • wisdom. It was then possible, in the Mysteries, to infuse into the
    • primal wisdom, primal truth.
    • the ancient, primal wisdom.
    • wisdom was the basis of them all, as the one great unity. This wisdom
    • the Brahmans in India. Everywhere it was the same primal wisdom
    • we see the primal wisdom as the fount and basis of all religion.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • to light, that the wisdom of the Mysteries is now emerging to become
    • wisdom that in a certain sense leads to the very peak of
    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • of the East with his profound wisdom, which, drawn from the
    • through the hearts of men. Primal wisdom flowing from divine-spiritual
    • all-embracing wisdom taught by the Buddha, Kashiapa —
    • wisdom was ready to pass into Nirvana, he made his way to a steep
    • legend enshrines an ancient wisdom that can only gradually be
    • Only by degrees can we gain some inkling of the wisdom expressed in
    • upwards to the heights of wisdom. Nor should we aspire immediately to
    • the deepest wisdom. They are truth in all profundity, not invented
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • within. And when, as was the goal of ancient wisdom, man's breath can
    • strives after wisdom. To begin with he strives in darkness. As he
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • endeavours, Kashiapa had absorbed all the wisdom of the East, and it
    • drawn from Shakyamuni's deep fount of wisdom and — as the last
    • possessor of this primal wisdom — had bestowed upon mankind.
    • proclaimer of the primeval wisdom in a new form, the Maitreya Buddha,
    • The Oriental who understands this wisdom waits for the Maitreya
    • be able to glimpse the profound wisdom contained in this legend if we
    • appear in order to renew the primal wisdom, but that no disciple will
    • be capable of retaining this wisdom. “If the world continues
    • It was those with the deepest understanding of Eastern wisdom who
    • a way as to enable the primal wisdom again to be understood. Humanity
    • matter, but be spiritualised. The primal wisdom will again be
    • primal wisdom which, in the spiritual world, was the source of their
    • upon it all at a later time. Mankind will understand the primal wisdom
    • the splendour and the wisdom of all the past stream into what mankind
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • wisdom belonging to mankind as one whole and springing from one Divine
    • primeval truth, this primeval wisdom, uncoloured by this or that
    • upon the kernel of primeval wisdom contained in each one of them.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • of wisdom were still current among mankind, traditions that originated
    • way through primeval wisdom, and which they can now again acquire
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • primeval wisdom. And it can be said that this knowledge came to the
    • in which the primeval wisdom came to a man depended on his
    • although their particular form of the primeval wisdom was bound up
    • blood-wisdom persisted right on into the 15th century
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • emerge from conceptions still based upon Eastern wisdom, it was not to
    • of early Christianity that was still an echo of Eastern wisdom. On the
    • The all-embracing wisdom by means of which in the first centuries
    • which was an echo from an Eastern wisdom even more profound than
    • wisdom which still sprang from instinctive depths of man's cognitional
    • wisdom that pain and suffering originate from man's union with matter.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • received what we may call the primal wisdom. The revelations
    • proceeding from these Beings contained an abundance of wisdom which in
    • ancient, divine wisdom; but in the whole range of these teachings
    • of this divine wisdom, not even within the Mysteries; and in their
    • has been lost of the genuine esoteric wisdom surviving during the
    • if I may so express it, He was able to tell them out of divine wisdom
    •  “into your souls a certain wisdom. It is the wisdom which
    •  “you can acquire earthly wisdom, but in order to under-
    •  “you nothing. Earthly wisdom would suffice you only
    •  “then you are preparing a special power of wisdom.”
    • This power of wisdom is the same as the power of faith; it is a
    • special power of Spirit-Wisdom, a power of faith born of wisdom.
    • he to possess all the science known on earth, if his wisdom is able to
    • among the gods who, until the Mystery of Golgotha, possessed no wisdom
    • wisdom for the salvation of mankind. To penetrate into the realm of
    • divine wisdom needs a very definite strength. No particular strength
    • to-day to penetrate into the wisdom of the gods. But this must happen.
    • The divine Beings themselves added this wisdom which the gods acquired
    • great deal from these rituals because they contain much wisdom, even

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