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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • through the ancient Indian, ancient Persian, Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin
    • we come to the first Post-Atlantean culture-epoch, the ancient Indian;
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • body; and the far-off Indian epoch, the etheric body. The adaptation
    • development proceeds during the ancient Indian period paramountly in
    • ancient Indian epoch, man's development proceeded at a level below
    • the realm of the ego itself. The ancient Indian, pre-Vedic culture was
    • Indian culture was acquired more passively, through surrender to what
    • that this ancient Indian culture must be attributed to a kind of activity
    • Indian soul by higher Beings who came down into human beings and inspired
    • soul of the ancient Indian. To describe what took place in the etheric
    • bodies of ancient Indian souls, we can say: it was a dim, half-slumbering
    • body. It may rightly be said that the soul of the ancient Indian was
    • in the etheric body of the ancient Indian. And what was then woven into
    • incarnated in the ancient Indian and then in the Persian epoch could
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • the ego working in the ego. The culture of the ancient Indian, Persian
    • on through our own, we may say: The Indian, Persian and Egyptian epochs
    • the sixth, the Indian in the seventh. The first corresponds with the
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • ancient Indian soul which may be said to have been simply an arena for
    • ancient Indians, the ancient Persians, the Babylonians, Chaldeans and
    • periods. Into the ancient Indian soul, which created the civilisation
    • it is true to say that when a man of ancient India spoke, when he gave
    • in the ancient Indian mode of speech that an element foreign to the
    • nature than what the Angels could express through the ancient Indians.
    • previously, in the Indian epoch. The Persians called the Beings of the
    • The Angels worked as inspirers of the ancient Indians; the Archangels
    • ancient Indian epoch, we come to the period when the Atlantean cataclysm

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