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  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • Deeper Secrets of Human Existence in the Light of the Gospels,
    • Excursus in the Area of the Gospel of St. Mark,
    • the anthroposophical friends sitting here, on the John Gospel, the
    • Luke Gospel, the Matthew Gospel, and we have attempted in these
    • considerations, on the three gospels, to let appear before our
    • We have already pointed out how the reason why we have four gospels is
    • to be sought essentially in the fact that the writers of the gospels,
    • side it is the John Gospel which gives us an insight into the great
    • The Luke Gospel opens for us an insight into the secrets, which hover
    • The Matthew Gospel, for those who have heard the lecture-cycle on it,
    • In a certain connection it is again the Mark Gospel which can lead us
    • observation, and through the Mark Gospel opportunity is given us to
    • gospels, but are not brought near to us in such a way by the other
    • because opportunity offers itself today to speak of the Mark Gospel.
    • has no real inclination. If one is to understand the Mark Gospel and
    • sound to us, for instance, in the gospels. Why should the man of today
    • Gospel, as it lies before us today. In any case we must not do that.
    • Now you know that the Mark Gospel had in its first lines as its basis
    • Honest people must really say to themselves, if the Mark Gospel begins
    • This is, one might say, sufficiently indicated to us in the gospel of
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: I: A Retrospect
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • Christ-problem, more especially in its connection with the Gospel of
    • particularly in connection with the Gospels of John and of Luke, and
    • be associated mainly with the Gospel of Mark.
    • Gospels. We spoke most fully, most radically, of what Spiritual
    • us there. Our position towards the Gospels is this: we make known
    • the events related in the Gospels or in other parts of the New
    • studying the different Gospels is that it enables us to consider the
    • four Gospels do present us with these four view points, and that in
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: II: Some Practical Points of View
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • already tried to do in respect of the Gospels of Matthew, of John,
    • and Luke, and as we hope later to do in respect of the Gospel of
    • four Gospels, a great lesson is given showing the necessity of a many
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture I
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • with understanding into the study of the Gospels. For hundreds and
    • to-day can form an introduction to our studies on the Gospel of Mark,
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture II
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • it can be gathered that the Gospels, when rightly understood, must be
    • accepted in a very special way. As I intend to speak on the Gospels during
    • Gospels as “books of initiation.” This means that they
    • Gospels. These men, through their own occult schooling, had some
    • Thus were have to regard the Gospels as books of instructions
    • his Gospel by stating the reason for this, who tells from the
    • given for initiation, is the writer of the Gospel according to Mark.
    • with whose words the Gospel according to Mark begins, we find that he
    • he wishes to tell us? You know that the Gospel according to Mark
    • Thus, it is fairly well translated in our Gospel literature. The
    • You, know that in our studies of the other Gospels great trouble has
    • In Greek, the language of the Gospel text, this is not nearly so much
    • concerning the beginning of the Gospel of Mark.
    • you study the Gospel of Mark further, that in certain cases great
    • loneliness of soul. We read of this in the Gospel according to Mark,
    • conception: — Firstly, I have shown that in the Gospel
    • that of the Fishes. Indeed the Gospel according to Mark contains in
    • have to dive to very great depths in studying the Gospel of Mark, and
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture III
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • the nature and character of the Gospel according to Mark. I showed
    • that when this Gospel is studied something more can be gathered from
    • it than from the other Gospels concerning the great laws both of
    • leave to a later date the consideration of those parts of the Gospel
    • when a document like this Gospel is under consideration that we
    • synthesis in the Gospels. Here we see them united and harmonised.
    • Gospel according to Mark describes the nature of the Christ, tells of
    • individual is what is especially described by Mark. The Gospels of
    • account of the temptation from that given in the Gospel of Mark,
    • when the Gospel of Mark states in simple but imposing words:
    • The Gospel of Matthew
    • the Gospels of Matthew and Luke describe the path the Christ
    • to him by Jesus of Nazareth; and the Gospel according to Mark
    • contradictions in the Gospels. Mark had been initiated into such
    • his Gospel; the “Being with wild beasts,” and the
    • what we are told in the Gospels are the events of Palestine and the
    • reveal to you the nature of the Gospel according to St. Mark.
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • reading the Gospel of Mark from
    • other Gospels, but the full meaning of which can be best studied in
    • the Gospel of Mark. This passage tells how Jesus Christ, after He had
    • Christ Jesus. For I have already remarked that the Gospels as well as
    • meant in the Gospel where it say: — For he taught those who sat
    • we can understand such a saying in the Gospels and accept it in the
    • in the Gospel according to Mark, and even in such human endeavours as
    • living sap these modern translations of the Gospels that have become
    • goes to a true understanding of what is contained in the Gospels. It
    • the Gospel according to Mark desired especially to point out was
    • writer of the Gospel of Mark. Before we can do this we must make
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • connected with the study of the Gospel of Mark, is to be pursued
    • revealed by many of the expressions found in the Gospels, to show how
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • up to the study of the Gospels, we are at once aware of powerful
    • Gospels by those who wrote them, when spiritual science has been
    • be recognised as belonging to the Gospels that are not found directly
    • in these documents, but are only discovered when the four Gospels are
    • first place, to say that in the Gospel of Matthew the true history of
    • Christ-Impulse in this Gospel only goes back to the origin of the
    • Hebrew people. In this Gospel we learn to know the bearer of the
    • on to the Gospel of Mark we meet with the Christ-Impulse directly.
    • Then from the Gospel
    • Gospel of Luke takes us back to a time when man can no longer be
    • In the Gospel of John
    • path as regards the study of the Gospels; our design was to begin
    • first with the Gospel that gives us the most exalted outlook into the
    • abstract spirituality of Christ — the Gospel according to
    • followed by the study of the Gospel of Luke, in order to show how the
    • Gospel of Matthew was to follow, so that we might understand the
    • The Gospel of Mark we
    • concerning our day in the Gospel of Mark:
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • connected in a somewhat loose and irregular way with the Gospel
    • of hearing of this path who understands the words from the Gospel of
    • the Buddha we presented to you in our studies on the Gospel of Luke,
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: IV: The Path of Theosophy from Former Ages until Now
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    • Excursus on the Gospel According to St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture One: On the Investigation and Communication of Spiritual Truths
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • to the Gospel of St. Matthew and also in relation to the
    • Gospels of St. John and St. Luke. And I indicated that at
    • study of the Christ-problem in connection with the Gospel of
    • Gospels. I have often spoken of this in perhaps rather
    • in the Gospels or in other New Testament sources about the
    • order to read the Gospel records as they should be read, we
    • we attach to the Gospels and the reverence we feel for them,
    • studying the four Gospels separately is that we can then
    • We find that the four Gospels do, in fact, present four
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Two: Higher Knowledge and Man's Life of Soul
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • tried to do in connection with the Gospels of St. Matthew,
    • the four accounts. The mere fact that there are four Gospels
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Three: The Tasks of the Fifth Post-Atlantean Epoch
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • the Gospels. For hundreds upon hundreds of years Christianity
    • Mark's Gospel which we shall now begin. I had first to
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Four: The Symbolic Language of the Macrocosm in the Gospel of St. Mark
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    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • THE GOSPEL OF ST. MARK
    • clear to all of you that if the Gospels are to be rightly
    • participated in the writing of our Gospels. From their own
    • the Gospels and indications are given there of the reason why
    • Gospel who, at the outset, states why he is in a position to
    • Gospel is approximately this: that a time will come when the
    • Gospel begins, are, as you know, usually rendered:
    • know what trouble we have had when studying the other Gospels
    • the language of the Gospel texts — this was no longer the
    • than those produced by most translators of the Gospels would
    • significant passage occurring at the beginning of the Gospel
    • of St. Mark's Gospel you will come to realise more and
    • soul’. In St. Mark's Gospel we read: ‘Hear
    • hand. This passage in St. Mark's Gospel does not refer
    • the words at the beginning of St. Mark's Gospel
    • Gospel contains something that can be read rightly only if in
    • these things. In studying St. Mark's Gospel we shall
    • how this Gospel should be read.
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Five: The Two Main Streams of Post-Atlantean Civilisation
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • Mark's Gospel. It became clear that here, almost more
    • than in the other Gospels, we can find in indications drawn
    • to present the parts of St. Mark's Gospel which are not
    • to understand a text such as that of the Gospel of St. Mark
    • the Gospels the secrets of both types of leadership are shown
    • the Christ entered had been evolved, the Gospel of St. Mark
    • the human vehicle. That is why the Gospels of St. Matthew and
    • The Gospel of St. Mark relates the story of temptation which
    • Zarathustra-miracle when St. Mark's Gospel narrates in
    • St. Matthew's Gospel describes a quite different
    • The Gospels of
    • Jesus of Nazareth. St. Mark's Gospel describes the kind
    • or real contradictions in the Gospels. The writer of St.
    • Mark's Gospel had been initiated into Mysteries which
    • Gospel, namely the encounter with wild beasts and the help of
    • understood. Hence their Gospels present different aspects of
    • character of St. Mark's Gospel.
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Six: The Son of God and the Son of Man. The Sacrifice of Orpheus
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • St. Mark's Gospel which we were endeavouring to
    • Gospels, although their full significance can best be studied
    • Gospels are not easy to understand and that to grasp their
    • meant when it is said in the Gospel that He taught in the
    • in all their depth these words in the Gospel of St. Mark.
    • Mark's Gospel are an indication that in men living in
    • efforts are made to penetrate to the core of the Gospels.
    • deal in the Gospels will be possible only in the future.
    • what the writer of St. Mark's Gospel wished to present
    • superficial study of the Gospels and of the Pauline Epistles
    • of St. Mark's Gospel — understood the sacrifice on
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Seven: The Higher Members of Man's Constitution
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • relating to St. Mark's Gospel, we shall have to give a
    • many expressions used in the Gospels, I want to-day to show
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • SOUL-AND-SPIRIT. THE GOSPEL OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS-SOUL
    • the Gospels in the light of Spiritual Science we find
    • adequate idea of what has been poured into these Gospels out
    • the accounts given in the four Gospels are studied side by
    • Gospel the account of the Christ Impulse is preceded by
    • Gospel the account of the Christ Impulse takes us to the
    • Christ Being is born. In St. Mark's Gospel we meet the
    • was the forerunner of the Christ Impulse and the Gospel then
    • the Jordan. From St. Luke's Gospel we get a different
    • divine-spiritual Beings. Thus St. Luke's Gospel takes
    • John's Gospel, again without any childhood story or any
    • definite path in our study of the Gospels. We began with the
    • Gospel which reveals the very highest insight into the
    • spirituality of Christ — namely, the Gospel of St. John.
    • Then we studied the Gospel of St. Luke, in order to
    • Study of St. Matthew's Gospel then helped us to
    • Hebrew people. Study of St. Mark's Gospel has been left
    • words in St. Mark's Gospel are directly applicable to
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • rather disconnected studies of St. Mark's Gospel. The
    • words from the Gospel of St. Mark quoted at the end of the
    • studies of St. Luke's Gospel, whose influence streamed
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Ten: Rosicrucian WIsdom in Folk-Mythology
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • Background to the Gospel of St. Mark
    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • of the friends here to-day, we have endeavoured to study the Gospels
    • have understood that the reason why there are four Gospels is
    • The Gospel of
    • The Gospel of
    • The Gospel of
    • respect the Gospel of St. Mark can lead us to supreme heights
    • matters communicated by the other Gospels but in a less
    • of saying something in reference to the Gospel of St.
    • itself. If we are to understand the Gospel of St. Mark in its
    • words the great facts proclaimed by the Gospels. People
    • disastrously of all when we quote the Gospel of St. Mark in
    • at the very beginning of the Gospel of St. Mark, in
    • hinted at in St. Mark's Gospel but such things have to
    • without a body. In the Gospel of St. John, above all, the
    • Wherever St. Mark's Gospel speaks of the Christ, what
    • writer of St. Mark's Gospel, who was well aware that a
    • Gospel therefore directs attention to the world so gloriously
    • Gospel of St. Luke,
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • MYSTERY TEACHINGS IN ST. MARK'S GOSPEL
    • Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Luke and St. John, and here in
    • have realised that each of the Gospels provides a special
    • is almost truer to say of the Gospel of St. Mark than of the
    • this Gospel it is essential to be aware of how language was
    • this in mind when we are studying the Gospel of St. Mark. We
    • mysteries of that Gospel.
    • the lines at the very beginning of St. Mark's Gospel we
    • Gospel points to the wisdom-filled guidance of human
    • of how often in St. Mark's Gospel it is said that
    • Gospel indicates great cosmic connections between processes
    • The Gospel of
    • Golgotha. We cannot understand this Gospel unless we can
    • Gospel says that the Sun had set, this does not indicate
    • into the secrets of the Gospels. Particularly through the
    • study of St. Mark's Gospel the human soul can rise to
    • Every word in that Gospel is of great significance.
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve Answers to Questions
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    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • Ahriman. In the Gospels of St. Luke and St. Matthew, Lucifer
    • is meant; in the Gospel of St. Mark, Ahriman. An impressive
    • description is given in that Gospel of how hideous animal
    • the Gospels confirm it. The Risen Christ could be recognised
    • beginning of Christian evolution. If the Gospels are
    • Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Mark and St. Luke. Occultists
    • sees all manner of animal figures and forms. The Gospel of
    • St. Matthew describes a Luciferic temptation: in the Gospel
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Thirteen: The Voice of the Angelos and the Speech of the Exousiai
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    • on Christianity. They stress the relationship of the Gospel of Mark to
    • words in St. Mark's Gospel: ‘Behold I send my
    • Later in St. Mark's Gospel, where
    • This illustrates the words in St. Mark's Gospel:
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • have dealt with the gospels of John, Luke, and Matthew.
    • have already pointed out that we have four gospels because their
    • The Gospel of Saint John
    • highest world principle. In Saint Luke's Gospel, on the other hand,
    • As you know from my lecture cycle on the Gospel
    • later — this gospel shows how the physical body in which Christ
    • certain way, the Gospel of Saint Mark leads us to the highest summits
    • the gospels but are not touched upon in the same way by the other
    • about this gospel.
    • want to understand Saint Mark's Gospel in all its depth, we must
    • to us by, and resounding in, the gospels into modern words. Why
    • of the Bible. We go most astray, however, when we turn to the Gospel
    • is not all that good — the first lines of the Gospel of St.
    • admit that if Weizsäcker begins the Gospel of Saint Mark like
    • indicated in the Gospel of Saint Mark, but such things can only be
    • him moved on without his body. Particularly in Saint John's Gospel
    • mentioned in Saint Mark's Gospel, the sun force is meant, which, in
    • Mark's Gospel points out this macrocosmic connection. He knew that
    • gospel points to the world whose existence behind the world of the
    • repeated in the Gospel of Saint Mark. “The Spirit immediately
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