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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • with many a concept unknown in ordinary life if we are to gain insight
    • to fathom the riddle of life and death, he sets out on the perilous
    • With this “life-elixir” Gilgamish continues his journeying,
    • serpent deprives him of the power of the life-elixir and so he reaches
    • Zeus into a higher life. How, as the result of a certain path taken
    • in the Mysteries, man's life is surrendered to the outer world, how
    • amid the activity and life of those gathered together in Alexandria,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • for those who stand aloof from the development of the spiritual life
    • but then, at the end of his life, he wrote nonsense such as you find in
    • the whole cultural life of humanity during the centuries following!
    • to other planets, continuing their life on Mars, Saturn, Venus, Jupiter,
    • Babylonia. The whole nature of an old soul will enable it early in life
    • of their soul-life before their present birth. But that faculty had
    • bearings in life. With the help of this friend he was then able to achieve
    • that in human life, especially in times of transition, there is such
    • connection, of a kind which in his present life he would have regarded
    • the spiritual spheres by being transported in his life of soul into
    • esoteric culture running parallel to one another. Whereas in the life
    • the source of the ordering of Babylonian life and its impelling forces,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • perpetually in human life, in every incarnation, to a greater or less
    • culture-epoch — man will grow into Life-Spirit or Buddhi; and
    • as our life of thought and ideation. Since the Egyptian period, man
    • Buddhi or Life-Spirit worked in the astral body, in the sentient body;
    • epoch that for the first time man entered into his own life of soul
    • phenomena and the laws of the manifestations of the life of soul as
    • way to the higher regions of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man.
    • mode of life of the ancient Greek and in his creations. See how the
    • personality. This was the hallmark of the life of the Greeks.
    • but with an inwardly deepened life of soul. We see there that
    • life of soul as art progresses to further stages.
    • between the life as Eabani and the life as Aristotle, was able under
    • that belongs to the spiritual life. These authors had no inkling that
    • inner life they said to themselves: “There it is all streaming
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • him to participate directly in the life of the spiritual world, in preparation
    • life and in external life, too, there is a confluence of the most varied
    • may be described by saying that in them the whole mode of life, the
    • of outer, practical life. At the same time it was their mission to relate
    • maintains a pace in his walking consonant with healthiness of life,
    • things of everyday life they took the number 12 as the basis, because,
    • 1ed into the spiritual life. For example, there is in Berlin au interesting
    • life! But just where the science current in our time passes blindly
    • come more and more into prominence, although in other domains of life
    • It is interesting in the very highest degree to follow the life of the
    • life becomes a reality through the Mysteries—that such an initiate
    • what he beheld as the active, weaving life of the ancient spirituality.
    • That was the fundamental law prevailing in his life.
    • particular life, this particular individuality. During the 16th century,
    • of great honour in the traditional life of that time. Because, in line
    • a natural philosopher and astronomer, instead of dreaming his life away
    • of Tycho Brahe, whose life lies such a short time behind us, than that
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • understand the historical life of mankind on our earth, we must always
    • so that actually a whole community shared in the life Oberlin was leading
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • general way the course of man's cultural life may be described briefly as
    • follows. — We find cultural life rising from unfathomed depths and
    • a new life. True though it is that this Greek life brought pre-eminently
    • to divine its real nature. And because the secrets of the life in super-sensible
    • and realise in life — all this is seen as proceeding directly
    • itself everything that human life requires, then the streams of culture,
    • begin to infiltrate Greek life; we see it in the political life, we
    • see it, too, in that part of Greek life which especially interests us,
    • in the spiritual life immediately preceding Aristotle. Here, side by
    • be constituted in order that one can attain a practical goal in life?
    • of living, in order to live to some purpose? Goals of practical life
    • I prepare myself intellectually in order that this life shall run its
    • own inner life, his own subjective being. In the further course of Greek
    • life, this comes to expression in Neo-Platonism, a philosophy which
    • is no longer concerned with external life, but looks within and strives
    • stream of the cultural life is mounting, another declining, stage by
    • of the questions of practical life from those that are intrinsically
    • life—at this portal stands Kant. In his preface to the
    • practical life, we can perceive the descending course of human evolution
    • the spiritual life through what they carry into effect on the physical



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