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- Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Spiritual Cosmology
- Buddhism are described as erroneous and are partially
- and some of them were incorrectly described. Therefore Mrs. Blavatsky
- theosophists would say that this investigator describes the poet from
- described those degrees to you, the strictness of the trials would
- lectures will describe in this way the conditions that preceded the
- Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 2
- have just described to you this evolutionary segment we
- the super-sensible region, and he describes his experiences insofar as
- describe what he has seen, say about Africa, and not what he has not
- seen, so the theosophical investigator would not describe the
- The human being has seven rounds to go through. I could only describe
- Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 3
- there are seven consecutive stages, and I also briefly described these
- elements formed. You can find this second stage wonderfully described
- these mist formations, which we find described in old sagas the
- sagas of Nebelheim (home of mist) and Niflheim describe this state
- The state of the Earth in this fourth Round must be described as being
- dream-men. It is difficult to describe them. Another stage followed
- looked like amphibians with gigantic forms. They are described in
- you consider the spiritual stages, as Theosophy describes them, then
- described in many theosophical books as the various astral or physical
- Evolution is often described as if they were concurrent stages. You
- live in the fourth Round; he describes the fourth day of creation in a
- 4 Double creation: This may refer to Genesis 1, 26, where God creates humankind. In Genesis 2, 7, this creation is described again, albeit differently.
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