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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Foreword
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    • the Easter Festival in the eternal working of the divine worlds upon
    • symbols of the ancient Mystery religions, in its relation to the world
  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Opening Remarks
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    • history’ in the communications from the spiritual world.”
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • world.
    • from the inspiration belonging to the world of saga and legend. For
    • world around him. He plunges with his astral body down into his brain,
    • sense-world and of the waking life of day are obliterated; joy,
    • world. The pictures were much less distinct and definite, rather as
    • bodies, the world into which he passed was not a world of darkness and
    • by that world of Nordic gods of which the legends tell. Odin, Freya,
    • they were experienced in the spiritual world with as much reality as a
    • same depths of world-existence that are disclosed to-day through
    • forefathers worked in the spiritual world as powerfully as the
    • worlds. So strong and intense were the experiences that when he was
    • worlds, could himself bear witness to what was happening there; he had
    • fixed. He sees only the surfaces of things in the physical world. What
    • from receiving the impressions of the spiritual world — in the
    • completely cut off from the spiritual worlds. Individuals here and
    • content of the old memories of the spiritual worlds, but, gradually,
    • all belief in the very existence of those worlds. There you have the
    • world has simply vanished.
    • in the reality of the higher realms of the spiritual worlds, for in
    • faded away, and more and more the content of the spiritual worlds
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • worlds brought blessing to human hearts in times when men were still
    • able to gaze into the spiritual world. This has been saved by
    • kindled in the external world by the elements of nature and the warmth
    • is a microcosm of the great world, the macrocosm. Truly understood,
    • world which leads him beyond and above the earth. What is it that
    • the soul. Looking out into the world around us, we see the dashing
    • spiritualise, All ancient views of the world saw the great Ideal to be
    • stage of evolution had been completed in an earlier world-cycle. They
    •     “the eternal serpent. I am the ground of the worlds.”
    • element of fire, Who not only weaves and surges through the world as a
    • To begin with, we find the world obscure and full of riddles; we
    • looks into the world of the past and of the future he gazes into
    • reality of the spiritual world will vanish from us and the certainty
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • Kashiapa into the spiritual worlds.
    • World-evolution consists in the gradual spiritualisation of all
    • world.
    • and Spirit are related in the evolution of worlds as the miraculous,
    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    • able to find the way back into the spiritual worlds. Such, for
    • can raise and lead him upwards into the spiritual worlds. Christ
    • worlds. The pre-Christian saviours redeemed mankind with
    • We will ask ourselves this solemn, crucial question. One world-saviour
    • after another might have descended from spiritual worlds, until
    • be capable of retaining this wisdom. “If the world continues
    • existence bears him into the earthly world-illness is suffering. The
    • man driven into the physical world by the thirst for existence. Never
    • spiritual worlds, brings the realisation that birth is not suffering
    • every day that passes we grow into the spiritual world. So too, death
    • world as when we sow a grain of corn in the earth; it germinates and
    • semblance, of the spiritual world.
    • ever since that time in the spiritual world many, many replicas of the
    • But when something is present in spiritual worlds such as the replicas
    • occult event taking place in the spiritual world. It is a strange
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • signify in the world, namely, the need to impart soul to our
    • world-body,” as we may call it.
    • world-body.” Looking back only a little into the historical
    • past, the idea of a world-body peopled by a humanity forming one whole
    • they are related to the spiritual world.
    • continues to guide humanity from the spiritual worlds without living
    • through the world: the Christ Impulse which at the Baptism in the
    • upon Himself because the course of world-evolution is, first, a
    • beggar in the upper world than a king in the realm of the Shades.’
    • Dread of the world lying behind the physical plane, dread of the world
    • spiritual worlds, and this impulse was given in the Fourth
    • was an issue that the gods in the higher worlds had to settle among
    • deeply into the material world than was originally intended. And now
    • occurs only on the earth. In the higher worlds there is
    • higher worlds, for it falls outside the sphere of the physical
    • world.
    • Christian points to a deed of the spiritual worlds, enacted
    • The task of the spiritual-scientific conception of the world is to
    • peace in the world. At the highest level of truth, all nations and all
    • Mutual understanding augurs peace in the world. This peace is the
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • which unites earth and man with the worlds beyond the earth. To-morrow
    • connection with the worlds beyond the earth. They always point to
    • within the course of earth-evolution, but within the whole world-order
    • worlds beyond the earth. And there is deeper meaning still in this
    • festival. It contains a call to man to lift himself up to the worlds
    • world-history it shall be possible for him, through the working of the
    • and more veiled and hidden from the materialistic view of the world
    • world left Paul unconvinced; when these events in Palestine had come
    • familiar with their knowledge and their conception of the world. He
    • veil of the world of sense. From the very manner in which he speaks it
    • the super-sensible world and the world of sense.
    • look into super-sensible worlds. For the passage through the gate of
    • entirely with the world of sense.
    • of the super-sensible world, and entirely fails to recognise man's need
    • to understand the super-sensible world before he can have any true
    • that that period of the evolution of the world which carried within it
    • the world of the senses, also the spiritual. Incredible as it may
    • and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The impulse
    • world of sense. A time had to come when man must perforce lift himself
    • is not of this world.” He was not to be allowed to go on
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • world in order to counter the rapid strides now being taken in the
    • being? He knew that his being was rooted in the world of the divine
    • world reveals to me that objects and beings come from the gods, that
    • of the world of sense. In ancient times, this vision of the divine and
    • the spiritual world. The bond between men in this community of
    • revelation of the spirit-and-soul to men in the material world. This
    • is brought into existence by the world-order, he receives his blood.
    • the world, not from awakened powers of soul, but from the
    • spiritual world — into which man will in any case enter when he
    • world.” If the future is to contain hope, what must be striven
    • for cannot be ‘of this world.’ But that, of course, runs counter to
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • being of man comes into the world whence his material, bodily
    • in the real sense be born, descends from spiritual worlds and is
    • worlds, not in the physical-material world. For if you seek Him in the
    • physical-material world, you can but be told: He Whom you seek is no
    • This made a breach in the whole outlook of the Christian world. For the
    • of Christ as Judge of the world, who must be regarded as merely
    • the one side and that of the Judge of the world on the other, are both
    • Hebraic antiquity, Jahve was not conceived as the Judge of the world
    • punishment, become part of the world-order. Michelangelo's picture
    • other pole of the entrance of the child into the world at birth, is
    • the Christ Who came into the world and cannot die, Who when He beholds
    • life again in modern civilisation, the World-Easter thought will
    • the evolution of the world and of humanity at which the Festival of
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • existence is connected with divine worlds. Super-earthly Beings
    • belonging to these worlds came down in a spiritual manner to the men
    • his descent through birth from the spiritual world into the physical
    • world. He knew that his own essential being had entered into a
    • human being. And in the divine worlds where dwelt the first great
    • world to humanity. Just think how in the Old Testament, for example,
    • worlds connected with the earth, men would have faced a terrible
    • Christ Who indeed belongs to those worlds whence the ancient Teachers
    • divine worlds, accepted for Himself a destiny different from that of
    • He lent Himself to the divine decree of higher worlds that He should
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
    • world that is Christian, but he declares that the theology taught by

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