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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • is a replica of the macrocosm. Therefore the measures to be found in
    • the inflow of the macrocosm into man, of a law which, holding sway in
    • in man, the macrocosm, In point of fact the ancient Babylonian way of
    • the stars, the laws of the planets and fixed stars, the macrocosmic
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • of macrocosmic science in its application to the microcosm.
    • the human being derives from the macrocosm, and that the phenomena of
    • the macrocosm — especially, therefore, the movements and positions
    • of the macrocosmic forces coming from the twelve directions of the
    • macrocosmic Beings who had already worked in former ages, preparing
    • of the twelve macrocosmic powers. The ancient Persians pictured the
    • our modern physiology translated into terms of the spiritual, the macrocosmic,
    • phrases, to the fact that man is a microcosmic replica of the macrocosm.
    • from the macrocosm into the human microcosm, the human being who moves
    • over the earth and whose evolution is to be brought about through macrocosmic
    • microcosm is a kind of image of the macrocosm. Such sayings themselves
    • of wisdom. The saying that man is a microcosm in relation to the macrocosm
    • feeling of man's connection with the macrocosm.
    • directed from macrocosmic space. It would lead too far if I were to
    • period the macrocosmic conditions worked into the physical in such a
    • of the macrocosm upon the physical earth. Hence the influence from the
    • macrocosm upon the spirit of man at that time was at its lowest; this
    • macrocosmic penetration from the vast universe into the souls of men



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