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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • Mercury, Venus, Sun, according to the old-not the new sequence
    • correctly assign the symbol of Mercury. We might therefore say
    • the influx into our culture of a wave of a kind of Mercury-influence,
    • might expect that nothing of the Mercury element could have appeared
    • pupil, Schopenhauer, reveals this Mercury influence. You can learn
    • Mercury was regarded as the symbol of Buddhism, and following on the
    • Buddha stands for Mercury and Mercury for Buddha) in the same way as
    • fact that the Buddha, or Mercury-stream, has as little light to throw
    • — this is the “Mercury stream”; its presence is
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • THE PENETRATION OF THE BUDDHA-MERCURY STREAM INTO
    • Moon, Mercury, Venus, Sun, in the old not the new sequence,
    • symbol of Mercury. If our symbolism is correct, just as we
    • form of Mercury-culture.
    • expect to find in Goethe any trace of the Mercury-influence;
    • of Buddhism. Mercury has always been regarded as the symbol
    • of the Buddha-influence — Buddha standing for Mercury and
    • Mercury for Buddha — in the same way as the Moon-influence
    • understand that the Buddha- or Mercury-stream has as little
    • into our present culture. This is the Mercury-stream, the



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