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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • and must be attained in ever-increasing measure during the coming centuries
    • according to measures derived either from the heavens or from the human
    • is a replica of the macrocosm. Therefore the measures to be found in
    • representations of the measures contained in the human structure or
    • form of the interior — everything was modeled on the measures
    • spiritual world, the measures were brought down from that world. What,
    • human-personal? The measures could then be taken only from man himself,
    • who were henceforward to derive the measures from the human personality.
    • of the spiritual world, from the laws of measure prevailing in the heavens,
    • behold the measure of the sun's course.” It is a momentous saying
    • the journey of a man sound the earth, using certain fractional measures
    • fact this measure persisted until fairly recently—when everything
    • were there measures which originated from man's nature itself
    • reduced inevitably to abstract measures taken from something deal. For
    • it is obvious that measure to-day is abstract in comparison with the
    • concrete measures directly connected with man and with the phenomena
    • of the heavens — measures which are in truth all to be traced
    • back to the mission of the Babylonian people. In the case of other measures
    • thinking still underlay our system of measure until a time not so very
    • to ascend again, let us say to a connection with measure, number and
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