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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • Thus we have to do with one who in the real sense must be called a god-man.
    • historical events lie behind it. The Goddess of the City produces Eabani
    • Eabani together are now the rulers. Then Ishtar, the Goddess of Erech,
    • to war with the marauding city, conquer the king and bring the Goddess
    • the Goddess. A scene takes place, directly reminiscent of a Biblical
    • the Goddess for having loved many other men before she had encountered
    • the Goddess carries her complaints to that deity, that Being of the
    • my lot to pass. When the god Ea had resolved to let perish” (in
    • could be explained only by the teaching of how gods came down and united
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • not wish to correct the deeds of gods through human intellect —
    • more has the Maid brought about, and with God's help she will accomplish
    • to France, and therefore — as she says — God has sent
    • he is beloved by God, is under special protection, and will therefore
    • under God's protection. Most respected and powerful Duke,
    • to us in the myth in the picture of Ishtar, the Goddess of the city
    • of Erech. I told you how this Goddess had been stolen by the neighbouring
    • against this city, vanquished its king and brought the Goddess back.
    • rape of the City Goddess there lies something similar to the rape of
    • of the abduction of Ishtar, the city Goddess, the group-soul of Erech,
    • of what is symbolised in the myth through the figure of the city Goddess.
    • as shameful. Thus, in face of what the City Goddess had revealed to
    • the myth it is said that he reproaches the Goddess about her lovers,
    • leveled by Gilgamish against the Goddess we perceive that he is really
    • for example, when it is said that he reproaches the Goddess about her
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • his figures of the gods! We can truly say that in a masterpiece of Greek
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • the ancient Gods and the ancient Mysteries, was fairly vehement on all
    • old Gods again into a civilisation already penetrated by Christianity.
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • in Practical Reason, the postulate of God, Freedom and Immortality is
    • of the gods”; that is to say, when men looked back to olden times,
    • been born from, the gods. That is how they rightly saw it — the
    • sons of the gods having united with the daughters of men, in order to
    • men beheld sons of the gods — divine men, that is to say, beings
    • the nature of those who once were sons of the gods had now become purely
    • gods and the Greeks had sages, the peoples of the
    • we see how the Hebrew still feels the working of the God within him, in
    • of gods in the flow of history. If in the heart of each one of you this

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