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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • Comet and the Moon. If we wish to understand the nature of a Comet,
    • the Solar System, we must be clear as to the fact that the Comet
    • condition into present-day existence. The nature of the Comet is one
    • we can find in the Cosmos between the natures of Moon and Comets.
    • — as Moon to Comet, so man to woman in the human being. Here
    • of a woman is as that of Comet to Moon. If you like you may perhaps
    • to the relation of the Moon and Comets to Man and Woman, to the male
    • forward about the Comet and the Moon, as utterly wild and absurd. That
    • of Comets, was able to say: As the combinations of carbon and hydrogen
    • nitrogen (cyanogen) on the Old Moon, the cometary life must contain
    • cometary nature must contain cyanogen in some form. During the last
    • little understanding of the deep occult background of cometary life.
    • yet in a certain respect recurrent, appearances of the comets. They
    • the horizon of man and wife. Through the appearance of a comet in the
    • human race on earth through the appearance of a comet, which breaks
    • though something new were born, when a comet appears.
    • quite definitely the different functions of the separate comets, and
    • world. Thus Halley's comet is one of those which, in its periodic
    • of man. Whereas otherwise things recur in the ordinary way, this comet
    • of Halley's comet, in the years 1759, 1835, and the one we are now
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