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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • the aspects of Spiritual Science we shall now be considering call for
    • call up in your minds is that behind the whole evolutionary and historical
    • called the historic era — men fell into more or less abnormal
    • Thus we have to do with one who in the real sense must be called a god-man.
    • it. Those who recall Mithras's fight with the bull will see a
    • what we call the Atlantean catastrophe) “that part of humanity which
    • who are truly to be called the Masters. By means of this ship I outlived
    • that he may be called a young soul, who has had few incarnations and
    • in the truest sense symbolically. What had constituted the secret of
    • here we come to an event that is symbolically significant in the case
    • Symbolically, so to say,
    • — one can call it nothing else — of Hypatia, the outstanding
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • of the several epochs merely represent the convergence of physically
    • a very common practice in our so-called civilisation. There have also
    • in what we call history.
    • be called an “old” soul within the evolution of humanity.
    • call these latter, in contrast to the former, “younger”
    • in the materialistic science of to-day, calls for younger souls. And
    • previous relationship with one who is called Ishullanu (Ischlanu) in
    • senseless hotch-potch as do those who call themselves Monists. The author
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • soul, intellectual soul and consciousness soul. Here, then, schematically,
    • we are in truth living in a period of transition, and if you recall
    • called upon in a subsequent incarnation to take the opposite path: to
    • each respectively of its own special Parent-Flame, called Devas, Dhyan
    • is in view, the latter are hypostatically animated by their divine
    • calls the interplay between personal, individual incarnations and what
    • cyclic and evolutionary reincarnation” ... and so on. She calls
    • in the intermediate period which we call the Greco-Latin epoch of culture,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • be called the predecessors of the Babylonians, the more evident it becomes
    • express unequivocally what was felt in association with a particular
    • of the so-called Neo-Platonic School and with pupils of the men of Alexandria,
    • laws, are to be found again microcosmically in the mathematical numbers
    • paradoxically does the law of reincarnation take effect when the karmic
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • immediately following the Atlantean catastrophe, the Beings we call
    • previously, in the Indian epoch. The Persians called the Beings of the
    • spoken of in the true sense, and attention called, not merely in general
    • root of the observations of so-called “canals” an Mars.
    • and regulated by what is called in modern astronomy the precession of
    • of warmth and cold on our earth is radically changed. This position
    • the Spirits of Form, upon the human spirit. Hypothetically you can conceive
    • position and was therefore related in a particular way to the so-called
    • future. Just imagine — naturally this is said hypothetically —
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • most characteristically human way — this is exemplified in the
    • no preparation. What we call the essentially human element — that,
    • question: What is good and practically effective? — the latter
    • of the questions of practical life from those that are intrinsically
    • calls the science of mechanics. The majestic forms of this building
    • have called attention to the fast that Galileo was born on the day Michelangelo



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