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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • the very theologians who should be called upon to explain it?
    • otherwise than begin with what he calls the
    • lectures: We no longer call upon some Supersensible
    • what is called “Liberal Theology,” has a very
    • days. So to the materialistically minded man and even to the
    • are different states of consciousness, that what we call
    • people. The materialistically inclined mind first created
    • The Bible was first materialistically interpreted. Had this
    • nature materialistically in an outer physical science. What
    • of such people should be called to
    • things should call the attention of even believers in
    • this idea of the Gospel of St. John). They should call
    • and man. We call the human kingdom the most perfect creation,
    • we shall see that what we call Spiritual
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • are to appear to us in the right light. We must recall to
    • briefly call to mind how the human being appears to us
    • which we call the “Ancient
    • Moon,” so called because the present
    • this planet of ours which we call the Earth, and that one we
    • life-condition which we call the “Sun.” A state
    • which we call the “Sun” preceded the Moon-state
    • so-called astral world; it has also an astral body, but it is
    • in the so-called devachanic or heaven-world, and it has an
    • occultism calls your attention to a divine-spiritual
    • custom in oriental wisdom to call that part of the astral
    • of the ego is called Budhi or Life-Spirit. He will finally
    • is transformed by the ego is called Atman or Spirit-Man.
    • difference clearly before our minds, what I purposely called
    • Within, he is what may be called an atmic being. Interiorly,
    • times,” all this is presented unequivocally in sublime,
    • great cosmic evolutionary periods called
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • in a certain sense, we may call the Earth evolution, the
    • stage of our earthly evolution which we call the ancient
    • possess today. Then, for the first time, what we may call the
    • standpoint of Spiritual Science what does occultism call our
    • “present existence?” It calls it a state of
    • called Jupiter. The beings who will wander about upon
    • called “intelligence,” in contra-distinction to
    • called in Esoteric Christianity, the “Logos” or
    • called in the Bible, the six Elohim. One separated from the
    • than the one whom the Old Testament calls “Jahve”
    • night-consciousness. Therefore, Jahve is called the Ruler of
    • which made it possible for him to see outwardly, physically,
    • became physically visible for the physical sense-world. This
    • appeared in the early Christian centuries called the
    • who were called the Pharisees, answered: Thou callest upon
    • thy “I AM” but we call upon Father Abraham. In
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • You need only to recall from among them a relatively modern
    • recall the following verse, which we should keep clearly in
    • what is usually called a miracle — in the Gospel itself
    • it is called a “sign” — namely, the raising
    • ancient Mysteries is called “initiation.” How did
    • then experienced the spiritual world. Then when he was called
    • through the higher worlds. He was then again called back into
    • and the neophyte was the one who is called Lazarus.
    • because John wished to say: I call upon the testimony of my
    • were called “prophets” because they prophesied
    • so-called Baptist and Christ-Jesus will become clearer to us
    • Those who were called Pharisees or were designated by other
    • “I am the voice of one calling in solitude.”
    • of one calling in solitude.” “In solitude”
    • am the voice of one calling in solitude,” than “I
    • words of the Gospel, if we call to mind John's own
    • characterization of himself. Why does he call himself
    • “the voice of one calling in solitude?”
    • was called in ancient times, for example, Noah or Adam. The
    • designate himself as one calling in solitude, which means the
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • represented in the so-called miracle of the raising of
    • initiate of the fifth degree was called in an occult sense, a
    • Places from the world outside. Just call to mind the ravens
    • this kind was called by the name of his particular folk.
    • degree is called a Persian, so among the Israelites, he is
    • called an Israelite. Therefore Christ calls Nathaniel an
    • called thee, when thou wast under the fig-tree, I saw
    • make this clear, let us call to mind what the human being
    • evolution. For we have called attention to the fact that
    • periods which we call the Jahve or Jehova epochs, that Jehova
    • at Cana in Galilee is often called “the first of the
    • miracles” — it were better to call it “the
    • if we call to mind once more the whole mission of the Christ.
    • completely what we may call membership in the group-soul
    • recalls to mind has also been lost in all that was expressed
    • different forms, and what is now called Anthroposophy will be
    • Godhead. One should not fanatically ask why Christ changed
    • what resulted through baptism was called
    • He to a city of Samaria which is called Sychar, near to the
    • to call your attention especially to a passage, which if
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • for reading into them their own phantasy, which they call the
    • already called attention to the fact that before that great
    • called the ancient Atlantis harbored our forefathers. When we
    • language of today, is called Lemuria. This continent also
    • we have called the “Cosmos of Wisdom.” At a
    • contain what we would call solid earth, and we must
    • All that we today call mineral earth, the mineral, rocks,
    • was called water; but “Pneuma,” which is now used
    • for “Spirit,” was then called “Air.”
    • schematically. In the beginning, your whole astral being was
    • called the real earth-man. That was “man.” And
    • born out of the physical and ether bodies was called the
    • called “serpents.” Those men of ancient times who
    • gradually proclaimed? Did the Old Testament prophetically
    • announce prophetically a more exalted God, Who exists within
    • that time calling to Moses, “I am the I AM!” The
    • appears in Manas itself must be called by another name. It is
    • calls Himself no longer “Manna,” but the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • history which we call the “Mystery of Golgotha.”
    • To comprehend this Mystery of Golgotha esoterically
    • physically similar. There is a very great difference between
    • previously stated that what is called the Logos is the sum
    • invisible existence, a state called a “Pralaya”
    • them very literally. Then when He called them together and
    • expounded to them symbolically what we shall call the
    • and strengthening them. The ego is called upon gradually to
    • for example that a person were to give himself up physically
    • moreover, necessary to call attention beforehand to the fact
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • yesterday we were able to call attention especially to the
    • huge etheric head; it is, indeed, etherically a very
    • called the “Consciousness Soul.” Through the
    • recall that the memory of the Atlantean Flood is preserved in
    • call the ancient Indian civilization. We are not speaking now
    • into the regions later called Germany were those who had
    • Something one might call a natural, living companionship with
    • the beings of the spiritual world, with what is today called
    • our own. I should like now to call attention to one of the
    • called egotism and utilitarianism has now reached its
    • practically, only what you need for your stomachs; and when
    • dilletantism when one traces what is now called Jurisprudence
    • forth prophetically, and how it works prophetically into the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • is in relation to the document called the Gospel of St. John,
    • Christianity, a teaching which we can also call the teaching
    • consider the reality, which we call physical existence, as
    • generations. We have already called attention to that great
    • Moses heard the voice calling unto him saying: “When
    • comprehend, was prophetically proclaimed that in God there
    • announced His name prophetically, to Whom the name “I
    • It is a fact that exoterically these words have always been
    • presented, embodied before the soul, what they call their own
    • were, called upon to lead evolution again beyond the
    • John to the effect that the Mother of Jesus was called Mary.
    • the Mother of Jesus was called Mary. Wherever reference is
    • made to her, she is quite intentionally called just the
    • was called Mary, and Mary Magdalene. Whoever thinks about it
    • sisters are both called Mary? That is not customary in our
    • writer of the Gospel calls the sister, Mary, it is clear that
    • the Mother of Jesus was not called Mary. In the Greek text,
    • which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of
    • called to the fact that a sort of series of generations is
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • marked degree and we shall now forecast prophetically what
    • Let us call to
    • own evolution. Let us recall how it was in the later
    • being when they wished to call to memory those earlier
    • very little existed as yet of what can be called an inner,
    • judgments logically and does not gather them from the things
    • Therefore we call this fourth epoch the epoch of the
    • very easily proven historically, and light could be thrown
    • historically. What in the Middle Ages was called the
    • will then take place. We may call this a spiritual marriage
    • always so called in Esoteric Christianity. However, things of
    • produce all that we call today an outer physical culture. It
    • so-called pride of mankind. Because Christianity waited until
    • it has itself been materialistically interpreted. Thus, in a
    • physically through the tie of blood. This love develops
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • love. This was symbolically expressed in ancient times in the
    • recall how certain lower animals today still have these
    • there exists what is called perception in the higher
    • schooling in the manner described. This is called Meditation,
    • that the astral body is plastically re-shaped when it
    • plastically formed so that organs of higher perception are
    • consideration given to the thought-matter, to the so-called
    • through its special cultivation. This is the specifically
    • John. We shall consider the specifically Christian initiation
    • pass through these stages. The first stage is what is called
    • his body. Then something occurs which is called the Stigmata.
    • the breast appear the so-called Stigmata; and as an inner
    • describe. The fifth grade consists of what is called
    • is what is called the “Interment and
    • conceive. This is called the “Ascension” or the
    • plastically formed. These seven steps of feeling are not
    • been plastically formed is brought over into the ether body.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • Meditation and Concentration, is called by an ancient name,
    • for the book is a logically arranged organism and the working
    • what is called “Illumination” or
    • physically perceptible, but he could employ the spiritual
    • specifically Christian initiation in which it was necessary
    • plastically — perhaps only after years, but still
    • This kind of initiation which is specifically Christian could
    • world is called in esoteric Christianity the “pure,
    • approaches the Virgin Sophia, is called in esoteric
    • Christianity — is also so called today — the
    • above — if you wish, you may call it overshadowed
    • what was called in esoteric Christianity, the Virgin Sophia,
    • he called the Mother of Jesus the “Virgin
    • Sophia;” and this is what she was always called in the
    • Exoterically he leaves her entirely un-named in
    • called Mary and what is more, he places by her side her
    • sister Mary, wife of Cleophas and calls her simply the
    • revealed. In esoteric circles, she is always called the
    • Christianity, was called “Jesus of Nazareth” and
    • Him who was called “Christ Jesus,” the Christ
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