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  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Spiritual Cosmology
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    • I only need to point to one thing in order to show the difficulties
    • corrected. The theosophical writers misunderstood some of these things
    • of the teachers said, “you are accustomed to grasp things with a
    • your indulgence if I now try to contribute something about this
    • things is possible, and when we look at it this way, we will never
    • quite different things to say; and the force of the one in the human
    • make you dizzy. The things about the evolution of the world were
    • nothing to contribute then and those who had reached the highest
    • it seemed to them a mistake that the strict rule not to let anything
    • some of these things known. Western science could not accept what they
    • anything of them; it all seemed a slap in the face of everything
    • wisdom. Everything he was able to learn about oriental wisdom he made
    • could do anything with what Madame Blavatsky proclaimed. They all said
    • fantasy. The scholars had never found anything like it in Indian
    • testifies that an ancient wisdom existed that went far beyond anything
    • The things that Blavatsky revealed through the Dzyan verses are in
    • around the edge of things and don't get to the core. I am not
    • initiation could know something about them. At the end of these
    • Initiates are those who have attained knowledge of these things
    • assert anything that a scholar cannot assert in his field. Let's say
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  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 2
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    • contemporary humanity's standpoint concerning cosmology. Everything
    • something that extends in space, nor does it flow in time. It is
    • through some process or other. It would be an artificial thing, but
    • meaning of our present earthly development. Everything that has
    • we have a distinct task; the human being must became something through
    • last thing man had to accomplish was to become a physical thinking
    • So we have two things: we know that our spiritual Self had a
    • has reached the mineral stage. Everything that is already mineral,
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 3
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    • Everything that exists and lives on our Earth was also existent before
    • state in which everything awakens, gradually emerges and progresses
    • which everything living on the earth sleeps, so to speak. But it isn't
    • the developed seer says something quite different in order to give an
    • Something similar is what the developed seer would perceive of the
    • Then something begins to originate within this hollow space, something
    • wonderful reddish glimmer. But that Earth contains everything that
    • same thing in front of you as previously — ice is nothing other
    • something that takes on human form, and then disperses. The humans who
    • everything according to mass, number and weight. What had earlier been
    • something of truth when he looks at the clouds and sees that one cloud
    • have today as matter is nothing other than the condensed, originally
    • himself with guilt. Everything we know as “human” arose at
    • The esotericist knows that every planet has its specific task. Nothing
    • levels of evolution, something that few can understand correctly. In
    • nothing is believed any more. But a time will come when people will



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