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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • loveable, most interesting pupils of these Mysteries, well prepared
    • Orphic Mysteries. The pupils of these Mysteries had to live through
    • experience in the pupils of the Orphic Mysteries.
    • — as if he were one with them. all. Nevertheless, a pupil of the
    • sense one of the very highest secrets of Initiation. And many pupils
    • Among the pupils of the
    • clearly as a pupil of these Mysteries. Already in youth and then for
    • Mystery-pupils had accomplished in their way at an earlier period. And
    • one of the pupils of the Orphic Mysteries was the individual of whom
    • I have just spoken, whose pupil in turn was Pherecydes of Syros, referred
    • Chronicle reveals that the individuality of that pupil of the Orphic
    • this Orphic pupil; and we see the shadow-image of this pupil among those
    • the individuality of the reborn Orphic pupil. The fact that she was
    • figure of the reborn pupil of the Orphic Mysteries. She was still young,
    • — for such was the name of this reincarnated Orphic pupil
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • of Plato in his school, has among his pupils the reincarnated Plato,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • depths. Then the pupil was armed for the ascent into the unknown purlieus
    • of the spiritual world. The soul of the pupil of these Mysteries had
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • such as the pupils of Fliess, for example, who discover these things.
    • One of these pupils says: “If these things had been known in ancient
    • After this pupil of Fliess
    • of the so-called Neo-Platonic School and with pupils of the men of Alexandria,
    • But because as a pupil
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • the immediate pupils of the inspirer of the ancient Persian culture,
    • man. Hence the pupils of Zarathustra saw in the Zodiac the external
    • pupils of Zarathustra saw twelve powers proceeding from the twelve

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