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  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Spiritual Cosmology
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    • Thursdays to the subject of cosmology, the evolution of the world,
    • that is, the teaching about the inception of the world and the shaping
    • of the human being within this world in a theosophical sense.
    • long time will know that these questions — How did the world
    • to the ancient world view, “Isis Unveiled” by H. P.
    • the world, but also the book to which we owe the majority of our
    • first volume it deals with the question: How did the world system
    • reliable source of knowledge about the evolution of the world system.
    • astronomers tell us about the structure of the world and the evolution
    • of the world system. They will say what their physical senses reveal
    • historian can tell us when this way of describing the world structure
    • make you dizzy. The things about the evolution of the world were
    • the world knows about spiritual matters today. The oriental wise men
    • origin of the world from the old writings. There are forces in man
    • understand what is meant when the origin of the world is spoken of
    • indication about the origin of the world. We see how the scholars work
    • longer correct is the reason for the origin of the theosophical world
    • of the world in the form of European thinking and science. These
    • the pre-earthly and earthly evolution of our world, and how Theosophy
    • of the world is going. We want to show all that without opposing the
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 2
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    • giving you a sketch of world development according to theosophical
    • into space to see thousands and thousands of worlds unveil themselves
    • before our eyes, worlds that are similar to our solar system, and that
    • is like a particle of dust within these many worlds; and that man is
    • universe, that is was arrogant of man to believe that the world is
    • “For what purpose would the world exist with its solar systems
    • So you see, people like these with their true spiritual world
    • about the Devachan [spiritual world-tr.], and you will find an exact
    • perceive with this spiritual Self in the astral world and in the
    • Devachan, or mental world, without a physical brain, but in the outer,
    • physical world we can only perceive with the physical brain. If we
    • which he can come to understand the world, that is the goal and
    • world.
    • astral [soul] energy. This is an energy present in the astral world. I
    • result of another world, and we had then to be the beginning of a
    • completely new world, in which we had to first find ourselves. Just as
    • world that was not present in the previous planetary stages. In order
    • go back to the beginning of the world with his questions. When people
    • world begin? Mostly such questions are not answerable, for we cannot
    • go back to the very beginning of the world. You have seen the point in
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  • Title: Lecture: Theosophic/Esoteric Cosmology: Esoteric Cosmology - 3
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    • at least a picture in descriptive form of the origin of the world
    • so to speak, before it takes on form in the outer world. Such a
    • those individualities who came from previous worlds to find bodies.
    • world. Look at Haeckel's famous phylogenic trees, for example, in



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