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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • more wisdom and truth are to be found than in the abstract erudition
    • A profound truth lies behind this. In the Greco-Latin epoch, Alexander
    • culture Alexandria itself, the city founded by Alexander in 332
    • on the foundation of personality — could have been inaugurated
    • when Christianity was already in existence. Nothing is to be found of
    • be found in the last two centuries before the beginning of our era.
    • a woman during a long period of study, she found her way upwards to
    • founding of Alexandria by Alexander the Great — although it happened
    • a long time after the actual founding of the city. In this event, important
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • to be found in the Akasha Chronicle — and then sees how, in cases
    • did not please him, that went against the grain. He found, for example,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • own epoch, when everything that we can produce on the foundation of
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • — even there striking sounds are still to be found: Ishtar, Ishulan
    • is a replica of the macrocosm. Therefore the measures to be found in
    • to creep. We must learn to have respect for the profound knowledge of
    • by, there is much to be found that sheds great illumination on the occult
    • survived, his heart warmed to it. Wherever he found something of the
    • stars but more than was to he found at that time in any book. For example,
    • constellation of Leo, turned to the books and found that they recorded
    • laws, are to be found again microcosmically in the mathematical numbers
    • of a certain happening, he found favour with the Danish King, Frederick
    • the spiritual course of cosmic laws. He dumbfounded the world with things
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • of the twelve Amshaspands are to be found. They are the twelve main
    • us what profound wisdom is to be divined in the simple saying: The human
    • only gradually found their way again into the physical world in the
    • It was also the starting-point of revelations which found expression in
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • profound, so infinitely great. The poems of Aeschylus should not on
    • an the profound utterance of Plato, who was able to impart a philosophy
    • of such depth to the Greeks and yet found himself compelled to affirm

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