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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • and the Indians — these Mysteries existed. There the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • call the ancient Indian civilization. We are not speaking now
    • of that Indian culture of which we have only echoes in those
    • Indian way of initiation was created. This method of
    • state. “Yoga” is the method of the ancient Indian
    • the later Indian culture. It was this mood that gave rise to
    • of Maya for the ancient Indian civilization. We must
    • ancient Indian wished to be especially holy, the world of
    • second epoch, the next step after the ancient Indian period,
    • mood, in its feeling-content from the primeval Indian period.
    • illusion as something of value. The ancient Indian was happy
    • longer fled from it like the ancient Indian; he worked upon
    • civilization of the ancient Indians, the second founded what
    • ancient Indian would have looked out at this heaven and said:
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • pointed out that the original Indian civilization was the
    • Flood; that the characteristic of this original Indian
    • Indian cultural period, Yoga was the process by which men
    • Indian, pre-Vedic civilization, that soul-mood was
    • Maya or illusion. These primitive Indian people said that
    • first step toward growing out of the ancient Indian principle
    • in the ancient Indian period. We get a reverberation of the
    • survived in later epochs of ancient Indian civilization. Yet
    • Indian culture. All the wisdom of that period turned its gaze
    • therefore the actual Indian principle could never have
    • upon illusion! If this was changed in the Indian cultural
    • Maya to the Indians in the course and splendour of the stars,
    • the ancient Indian civilization there still existed in the
    • remember how humanity of the Atlantean and ancient Indian
    • the land of the spirit. The Indians could do this, because
    • postAtlantean age is the ancient Indian, the second the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • earliest humanity of the post-Atlantean age, the Indian,
    • ancient Indian epoch; 2nd the ancient Persian; 3rd the
    • This was the ancient Indian civilization. In this epoch, the
    • ancient Indian civilization is indicated as having an ether
    • the transition from the Indian to the Persian periods
    • states. Therefore the Indian Yoga, for example, consisted in
    • development at all. Had it fallen in the ancient Indian
    • the ancient Indian civilization. There exists a mysterious



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