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- Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
- different epochs. In the Christmas lecture to-day
- of the millennium which ended with the birth of Christ Jesus, and those of
- the first and the second Christian millennia in which we ourselves are
- before the thousand. years preceding the Christian era we must reckon
- but his conduct is very different from that of Christ Jesus. He upbraids
- beginnings of Christianity. Indeed it was in Alexandria that the factors
- Christianity was already in existence. There the great scholars were
- the ancient Pagan-Grecian stream, the Christian stream and the
- when Christianity was already in existence. Nothing is to be found of
- And it is there that to begin with, Christianity appears, shall we say,
- in a distorted, debased state of infancy. Christianity, whose real function
- made its appearance in Alexandria in a very ruthless form. Christian
- We can judge them only an the basis of their human failings. Christianity,
- Christianity, had therewith attained the highest experience within reach
- in pre-Christian times.
- enabled men at that time to see beyond the shadow-sides of Christianity
- to be received from that other Light, the new Christ Event. What arose
- round about as Christianity, represented by men of the type of Theophilus
- in wisdom to say and to give than those who represented Christianity
- both filled with the deepest hatred of everything that was not Christian
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- Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
- her Christian conceptions — interposed themselves between her
- Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
- research to look back five and six thousand years before the Christian
- in this Greek epoch there came the impulse of Christianity which is
- in the first phase of its development this Christianity did not at once
- of the failings and the shadow-sides with which Christianity was fraught
- yet to come when Christianity will be understood in all its profundity,
- that there are still infinite and unfathomed depths in Christianity,
- let alone to the past. We see how in Christianity something still in
- — especially in view of what had resulted from the Christian impulse
- coming of Christianity as equal in value to all that had been transmitted
- Christian development. This, however, was a hotchpotch of what took
- should become a good Christian.
- any deep feeling for Christianity. Wherever the boy was taken, and wherever
- crept into Julian's writings against the Christians, we know what greatness
- old Gods again into a civilisation already penetrated by Christianity.
- and in his attitude towards Christianity. And so it came about that
- by the hand of a Christian. For not only did this news spread abroad
- very soon afterwards and has never been disavowed by any of the Christian
- Julian had fallen by the hand of a Christian. It was really something
- Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
- it if struggling Christianity alone had been left to handle such treasures.
- to the fact that in the seventh millennium before Christ there was a
- six to eight thousand years before the Christian era — the least
- Christ, and how all human knowledge is to be applied to the unveiling
- of the mystery of Christ Jesus. That was a point of time especially
- vision once again into the etheric world and the revelation of Christ
- Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
- When they looked back to the great figures of history in pre-Christian
- was to be an instrument for preparing understanding of the Christ Impulse.
- paintings what is to work in all ages of time as the Christian impulse,
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