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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • to do in connection with the figures of the Greek world as far back
    • many years, this person was closely connected with all the Greek Orphics
    • during the period preceding that of Greek philosophy — a period
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • the Greeks could not distinguish the rider how his horse but because
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • and we can therefore say: In Greek culture the ego actually works in
    • shall see that the essential and unique character of Greek culture is
    • in Greek culture. No previous age had seen — nor will any subsequent
    • mode of life of the ancient Greek and in his creations. See how the
    • Greek sculptor has woven the element of the human and personal into
    • his figures of the gods! We can truly say that in a masterpiece of Greek
    • of a Greek work of art we were not able to efface the thought that the
    • human being is incarnated in successive earthly lives. In Greek works
    • personality. This was the hallmark of the life of the Greeks.
    • expression — imperfect in the Greek sense — in the outer
    • Greek world, so that when we say “he was incarnated” we
    • right out on the physical plane in the Greek epoch. This confronts us
    • the Greek epoch — and it has continued, naturally, into our own
    • at the spectacle of Greek tragedy the realisation that here was an echo,
    • through fear and compassion, and like an echo, the man of the Greek
    • the Greek world became specially conscious of this? Looking into their
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • activity of the human soul which characterises Greek culture —
    • purely human vision in the Greek epoch. What begins with our own age,
    • of civilisation from the Atlantean catastrophe to the Greek period and
    • are periods of descent; in Greek civilisation the point is reached where
    • a reascent begins. So that in very fact the Greek epoch lies in the
    • in this Greek epoch there came the impulse of Christianity which is
    • souls of the Greeks and lived itself out in them. Hence it is understandable
    • to Greek culture with overwhelming greatness and depth of spirituality,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • we come to the Greek epoch, when the ego works and weaves in the ego.
    • In the strong and forceful figures of the Greek epoch the stamp of personality
    • is complete. It is with the Greeks, and later with the Romans, that
    • the Greek epoch, when the paramount manifestation is that of the Spirits
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • This, as we have shown, was the case in the culture of the ancient Greeks.
    • Greek civilisation, the following must also be said. It was preceded
    • decline Greek culture was being prepared. During the decline of the
    • a new life. True though it is that this Greek life brought pre-eminently
    • that when Greek culture appears to outer observation. as if everything
    • that Greek culture was able to rise to the heights it achieved in bringing
    • the essentially human element to expression. For this reason Greek culture
    • Greek culture against the deep background of the Mysteries, we can begin
    • what confronts us in Greek philosophy clearly shows that its highest
    • of such depth to the Greeks and yet found himself compelled to affirm
    • were in truth the inspiration not only of Greek wisdom but also of Greek
    • and spirituality living within him. If we picture Greek civilisation
    • the effects of what the Greek character had received from the old temple-wisdom.
    • treasures of the temple-wisdom, when the teachers of the ancient Greek
    • Mysteries themselves were fighting in the souls of the Greek heroes
    • from the East had not been beaten back at that time by the little Greek
    • people? What the Greeks then achieved contained the seed of all later
    • back by the burning enthusiasm in the souls of the Greeks for the temple-treasures.
    • of the temple-wisdom in prehistoric Greek civilisation. We shall feel
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