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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • through the ancient Indian, ancient Persian, Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin
    • until the Greco-Latin epoch did this living connection between the human
    • the Egypto-Chaldean; this by the fourth, the Greco-Latin; and this by
    • the fifth, our own epoch. When we go back from the Greco-Latin to the
    • the Greco-Latin epoch. These two culture-epochs follow one another, and
    • becomes evident to us that in the fourth, the Greco-Latin epoch, there
    • and how this event is reflected, but at a lower stage, in the Greco-Latin
    • reflected in the later, fourth culture-epoch, the Greco-Latin, and in
    • A profound truth lies behind this. In the Greco-Latin epoch, Alexander
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • the Greco-Latin culture-epoch was the period of development paramountly
    • during the Egypto-Chaldean period in the sentient soul, during the Greco-Latin
    • for the working of Manas in the sentient soul. It was in the Greco-Latin
    • the people of the Greco-Latin period came to a standstill, in that we
    • on passing into the Greco-Latin epoch this soul was alone with itself,
    • have of Alexander, and of Aristotle, in the Greco-Latin epoch. We follow
    • heights until the Greco-Latin epoch, and then again an ascent. During
    • Powers assumed in a man of the Greco-Latin epoch a character adapted
    • in the intermediate period which we call the Greco-Latin epoch of culture,
    • in the Greco-Latin world was like a human and personal expression of
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • that in a certain respect the Greco-Latin civilisation-epoch
    • who brought it down from the cosmos, calculating it in accordance with
    • point is reached in the Greco-Latin cultivation of pure, essential manhood,
    • — a feebly flowing stream. This personality of the Greco-Latin
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • there followed that remarkable Greco-Latin civilisation which brought
    • You will find it extraordinarily stimulating reading, with regard not
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • until the Greco-Latin epoch and the re-ascent now demanded of us.

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