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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • to the spiritual nature of a particular individuality, a particular
    • with Gilgamish, seems to be of an inferior nature, for we are told that
    • a wild man. Nevertheless in his wild nature there was divine Inspiration,
    • strange fact that he has no understanding of the essential nature of
    • and an individuality who is more of a human being, but of such a nature
    • nature; but because of this very wildness he is still endowed with ancient
    • and Cyril, was in truth of such a nature that this Orphic individuality,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • Babylonia. The whole nature of an old soul will enable it early in life
    • nature are indicated by the statement that his outer form was half animal.
    • are generally as unlike in their nature of soul as were Gilgamish and
    • the nature of external Babylonian culture was indeed such that it confirms
    • as independent of the bodily nature — this idea of the centaur
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • of human nature. We now indicate the other members of man's being,
    • develop still further and his soul-nature will grow in a certain way
    • nature and worked within it, in our time we have to fulfil an opposite
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • of the nature of the soul. This applies, of course, to the very earliest
    • were there measures which originated from man's nature itself
    • is the nature of this materialistic current to make everything abstract.
    • from nature, and such things have at all times been beyond the reach
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • nature than what the Angels could express through the ancient Indians.
    • the Post-Atlantean epoch? They work into man's inner nature.
    • as an instrument; they manifest in the kingdoms of Nature around us,
    • he must direct his gaze outwards, he must observe Nature and investigate
    • Form and they work in the different kingdoms of Nature, men of the present
    • of Form had been at work; they had been at work in the kingdoms of Nature,
    • condition — in the nature of things, less perceptible to men —
    • expression in the connection of the Spiritual with the working of Nature.
    • manifestations of Nature was that men forgot the Spiritual and paid
    • attention only to the manifestations of Nature.
    • external Nature. Tycho Brahe was a truly wonderful personality, because
    • nature-knowledge, which begins to appear in 1250 and is exemplified
    • Nature; while the inner, the Spiritual, remains in that mysterious stream
    • movement still connected with a certain knowledge of Nature, and how
    • Nature, especially where this knowledge is clothed in mathematical forms.
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • to divine its real nature. And because the secrets of the life in super-sensible
    • On Nature,
    • whose nature was united with the divine. On the other hand, when the
    • the nature of those who once were sons of the gods had now become purely



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