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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • The Christ Being, Past, Present, and Future.
    • Quarterly, Volume 12, 1980, No. 4. It is presented here
    • present, and that the Event of Golgotha is unique in the
    • truth Christ was not only present in the Body that was once
    • transfigured; he sees the present Earth in which the residue
    • can speak of human beings in their present form or having the
    • festival itself is so ancient and our present symbol of it so recent,
    • presented in somewhat the following way.
    • For man was present
    • would come were presented by Zarathustra to his pupils. To
    • God was present in the temple, for the lines woven by the
    • what the Greek temple represents in another respect. Suppose clairvoyant
    • presented by the columns and roof coverings can literally
    • represents the very purest essence that the spiritual
    • presentation of a mystery can make a more powerful impression
    • upon us than the presentation of the mystery of how the
    • more beautifully presented than by indicating how the
    • into that which represents the human being developing an into
    • Initiates, represented by the Magi, bringing their offerings
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • This important lecture is presented here, lovingly translated by
    • presentiment, a premonition out of the correctness, from deep
    • Saint Georg with the Dragon in a wonderful representation of
    • plant world also presents something curious on the astral
    • folk art representations of wonderful phenomena, of a butterfly
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • means something which the human being represents basically as
    • human nature — according to the present relationships
    • know at the same time that it is normal in the present human
    • in the present human cycle in both bodies, including the
    • superficial manner, the ether body presents something
    • how difficult it is in the present human cycle to actually
    • clairvoyant we need to absorb what is presented by clairvoyant
    • life, given him a reason to justify his present actions; forced
    • open to argument. Whoever wants to present reasons may do so.
    • learn to feel how present setbacks originate from an earlier life.
    • When you present to your soul exactly what is described in the
    • strange to the soul, how it finally leads to the present
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • This lecture is presented here with the kind permission
    • present line of study, yet nevertheless stands in an inner
    • representative of the spiritual, but there had to be a clear
    • the dark spirit: Ahriman. This was presented in a
    • astral body, so the human astral being was thus represented as
    • known to them. Osiris was represented by the Egyptians in an
    • the representative of the image of the “I” of God.
    • sensory, neither etheric nor an astral image can represent
    • inaccuracies. Now I want to present the first commandment to
    • all other representatives of the divine, the archetypal images
    • of the “I,” had to fall away. Outer representations
    • of the lively form in which Moses presented this to his people
  • Title: Way of Knowledge
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    • This lecture series is presented here with the kind permission
    • today, were not present then. There had been a time when the
    • condensing? Surely so man and animal can live in the present
  • Title: The Mission of Savonarola
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    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
    • the empowering and the presentation of Christianity became
  • Title: The Rishis
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    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz, with the
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 2: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
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    • remain here until we are released.” Presently the wicked spider
    • figures, representing a quite definite kind of being, men possessed
    • states of consciousness are present, calling forth genuine vision.
    • popular myths of the gods are also representations of everything
    • hear fairy tales told by those who still possess a presentiment of
  • Title: Novalis: On his Hymns to the Night
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    • We present it here, lovingly translated by Hanna von Maltitz
    • the friends present here have lately been deeply concerned with
    • presented here in this lecture will bring to our awareness how
    • of earlier incarnations appeared, presented themselves to his
    • we want to understand it in its spirituality, in our present
    • present a distorted side, the farcical side of natural science,
    • presenting documents, Novalis basically had fallen prey to an
  • Title: The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
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    • representation and concept. If such distinctions are said to
    • that which we have in the representation, remain stationary
    • conceptual system, let us just represent to ourselves, what
    • culture remain wholly in inception, you may represent as a
    • representations. That was shown in the representation of the
    • within, then in antithesis to the representation of the
    • sense-reality, he could only have representations. But it is
    • read philosopher of the present day (Herbert Spencer)
    • present day, to whom I dedicated a copy of my book, wrote in
    • form representations about the world through outer
    • If we would form a representation of the concept of NICHTS,
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • translator is D. S. Osmond. It is presented here with the kind
    • that history presents the successive happenings and
    • entering into the bodies of our present civilisation, all
    • Persia, and are they again different in our present age? Is
    • present age are rightly described as we describe them, but
    • themselves were present during this first epoch of
    • harmony presented in a Greek temple.
    • would be actually present in the physical world. Naturally,
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • edited by H. Collison. This translation is presented here with the
    • instance our present postage stamp. Surely the most obvious thing
    • events in the present which we follow out in thought into the future, and
    • thought-forces. By such exercises we make them present to our
    • class showed that, of thirty people who were present, only two had
    • movement will presently perceive that he has acquired
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • they were originally presented sixty years ago.
    • today is hardly sixty years old, and our present postage stamp that makes
    • happen and correct our thoughts accordingly. Thus, events of the present
    • present. The essential point here is that the picture be complete. Suppose
    • for the present; I shall now stop thinking about this matter.” No doubt
    • man on earth, and that besides himself there are only those apes present that,
    • be something else present that I am unable to perceive.” So he would

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