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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • Persian religion, Zarathustra, or about his connection with Moses, with
    • through the ancient Indian, ancient Persian, Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin
    • to the spiritual world. In ancient Persian and also in ancient Egyptian
    • this was followed by the second, the ancient Persian; this by the third,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • to development; the preceding Persian epoch, the sentient body or astral
    • the etheric body, during the ancient Persian period in the astral body,
    • In ancient Persian culture,
    • to the ancient Persian culture received the influence of a super-sensible
    • 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
    • era repeat themselves: the Egyptian in our own epoch, the Persian in
    • the Persians, he was overtaken by his destiny. Just as destiny overtakes
    • historical proof that on this expedition against the Persians, he fell
    • writers of note, but it would have been highly astonishing if the Persians
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • Persian it was not so to the Same extent. And then we heard how in Egypto-Chaldean
    • ancient Indians, the ancient Persians, the Babylonians, Chaldeans and
    • through the souls of the ancient Persian people, for they were Beings
    • In the ancient Persians,
    • its totality. We must not, to be sure, take an average Persian when
    • streamed down, too, upon the average Persian, but only those who were
    • the immediate pupils of the inspirer of the ancient Persian culture,
    • of the ancient Persians the primal Divinity, Zervana Akarana, reveals
    • Persians were clearly aware that whatever comes to manifestation in
    • — turned, as they said, towards Ahriman. Thus the Persian conceived
    • of Persian civilisation.
    • of the twelve macrocosmic powers. The ancient Persians pictured the
    • the first time in the ancient Persian epoch, but finally they worked
    • what was already known in an earlier one, so could the Persians also
    • previously, in the Indian epoch. The Persians called the Beings of the
    • such an idea as that of the connection between the Persian Amshaspands
    • have plenty of time, for the Persian epoch will be fully recapitulated
    • to indicate to you the configuration of soul in the man of ancient Persian
    • similarly in the ancient Persians, but here the influence of the human
    • that of the Archangels in the ancient Persian and of the Angels in the
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • culture, then, in the age of the Persian Wars we can clearly perceive
    • For in these Persian Wars we see how the heroes of Greece, aflame with
    • in the battles against the Persians, against the waning culture of the
    • the Greek heroes who defied the Persians in the various battles. This

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