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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • the Goddess. A scene takes place, directly reminiscent of a Biblical
    • was directed by the dignitaries of Christianity in Alexandria against
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • that these Beings cannot take direct hold of the physical facts of our
    • the physical brains of those times, was directed towards flooding all
    • we can see the direct intervention of the super-sensible worlds. When
    • where the priests directed the common spiritual affairs of a city or
    • Now the direction of these
    • him indirectly, through Eabani, he began in a certain way — as
    • centaur is directed by higher Powers who are sending down their forces
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • come; we must take the direction upwards, as it were, to what is to
    • imbue everything with an impetus in the upward direction. In this respect
    • something that takes the opposite direction to that of the influences
    • could not behold them with the direct vision of the people of ancient
    • the spiritual reality itself; nor must we ascribe direct objectivity
    • our outer impressions must be directed upward to the spiritual. But
    • It means this. — We may direct our attention, naïvely to begin
    • being in a simpler, more direct way, always presenting the purely human,
    • configuration of the body Hence the deepening in the direction of the
    • Mystery-schools, but will direct our attention to one kind of Mystery-school
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • him to participate directly in the life of the spiritual world, in preparation
    • concrete measures directly connected with man and with the phenomena
    • but simply characterisation. And in other directions, too, the whole
    • And already to-day the number of findings in this direction collected
    • men's instinct is working once again in the direction of the spiritual
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • speaking directly, but an Angelos, an Angel. Ranking only one stage
    • to him and therefore able, as it were, to speak more directly. It is
    • most closely related to man, is able to speak with the greatest directness.
    • This direct expression
    • directions of the Zodiac, six directed towards the light side of the
    • of the macrocosmic forces coming from the twelve directions of the
    • twelve Archangel-Beings working from the twelve directions of the Zodiac,
    • bear witness that the words touch directly upon the deepest treasures
    • he must direct his gaze outwards, he must observe Nature and investigate
    • of Form, man does not receive any direct influence as an inspiration.
    • that man is allured by the outer world of sense; his senses are directed
    • man did not direct his gaze to what then came to meet him externally,
    • directed from macrocosmic space. It would lead too far if I were to
    • attempt to describe to you how these successive periods are directed
    • adapted for conveying to mankind the mysteries which come to direct
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • that could engross the whole man, bringing with it, so to say, a direct
    • and realise in life — all this is seen as proceeding directly
    • arising. With Plato and Aristotle the good was directly contained in
    • to direct our meditation to this feeling of the progress of men and

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