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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • to the spiritual nature of a particular individuality, a particular
    • him, reproaching her particularly for her most recent attachment. Thereupon
    • what we call the Atlantean catastrophe) “that part of humanity which
    • been imparted to the Babylonian-Chaldean culture by Gilgamish. This
    • personalities, in particular, acted in such a way that we often have
    • particular,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • students of Spiritual Science particularly, that it is possible to prove
    • this quite apart from the purely occult, esoteric research with which
    • of judgment, or of scoffing at what is after all part of the very make-up
    • squarely. Gilgamish, then, was a personality who, owing to his particular
    • condition of soul, participated in the most progressive spiritual elements
    • a personality went through a kind of initiation. Through the imparting
    • What took place in the soul of Gilgamish and which first imparted to it
    • in the ancient culture of Babylonia they fell apart. And within what
    • did not impart his own personal forces to the world, he was very specially
    • with the animal organisation in a certain sense actually fell apart.
    • worked, we must recognise, in addition, that the spiritual part of the
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • extent, and use the human being as an instrument. This applies particularly
    • himself to participate actively in this further development. The ancient
    • detracting from their reality but giving them a particular form —
    • have to be so regarded, down to the very details of his art. He, particularly,
    • old and the new can be observed in many domains, particularly in our
    • particular incarnation there expressed was preceded and will be followed
    • to impart to everything she had learnt from the Inspirers of those Mysteries
    • the successive incarnations of particular individualities.
    • part of the mission of our German Section of the Theosophical Movement
    • interest to show by the example of a particular personality how the
    • soul. We will not speak of the particular characteristics of the different
    • where, by the awakening of particular feelings, the soul developed to
    • every soul in those ancient Mysteries in which Eabani participated when
    • be no great loss if the larger part of these volumes had been burnt;
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • him to participate directly in the life of the spiritual world, in preparation
    • in each case we can speak of a particular mission. And we may ask: To
    • express unequivocally what was felt in association with a particular
    • thought and at the same time with a particular sound.
    • could achieve under the particular conditions prevailing among some
    • be divided into parts, whereas the dozen, both in its relation to 60
    • apart from any theory. I will indicate it on the blackboard. —
    • known! And the following passage seems to me particularly characteristic.
    • There was a particularly
    • particular life, this particular individuality. During the 16th century,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • as Tycho Brahe, the great astronomer, one thing may strike us particularly.
    • noticeable particularly in the Babylonian people — to bring the
    • Which particular Spirits, from which Hierarchies, worked through the
    • certain sense at any rate, to say which particular Beings of the higher
    • the scope of modern physiology to know where the microcosmic counterparts
    • to a large part of humanity. Therefore we have to content ourselves
    • with the fact that indications of them can be given to-day as part of
    • the personality as such, the weaving of the ego in the ego, particularly
    • times when, on account of the particular position of the earth's axis
    • whole historical development of earthly humanity, we may point particularly
    • for the Atlantean catastrophe, when parts of the very earth were blotted
    • particularly in what we know as the Rosicrucian revelation, which flowed
    • we investigate the particular forces and their configurations —
    • position and was therefore related in a particular way to the so-called
    • an experience which, at that particular time, may seem unimportant.
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • than it ascended. The fruits of a particular civilisation-epoch live
    • an the profound utterance of Plato, who was able to impart a philosophy
    • go back to what was imparted to the souls of men through a period lasting
    • upsurge of the old temple-treasures something so great could be imparted
    • which an the arc of ascent form a unity, fall apart into separate streams.
    • see it, too, in that part of Greek life which especially interests us,
    • We see how there actually lives in Novalis, in a particular form, all

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