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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • and working with set purpose behind him. But we must familiarise ourselves
    • to its deity, Aruru, and she causes a helper to arise out of the earth.
    • world could arise. — This relationship between Gilgamish and Eabani
    • branded as a black magician will not therefore surprise us. But that
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • ingenuous! This picture of the centaur, which did not arise because
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • future time as his own activity, when he has risen to the stage of Atma
    • characterise as that of ancient Greece which contemplated the human
    • the urge has arisen instinctively in personalities of great artistic
    • figures of Albrecht Dürer be characterised otherwise than by saying
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • activity of the human soul which characterises Greek culture —
    • for the purely personal, purely human culture characterised by the activity
    • remarkable to see the unusual thoughts and feelings which arise in people
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • The question may arise:
    • 28 to 31. The Izads, therefore, are Beings who give rise to a less lofty
    • It fell in a period that can be characterised briefly as follows.
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • that Greek culture was able to rise to the heights it achieved in bringing
    • art, of the whole folk-character. For when such a culture first arises,
    • arises — doubt in regard to truth. And when Scepticism and doubt,
    • I characterised yesterday in a certain way. This again has been petering
    • have again arisen by the side of those concerning truth itself; again
    • in antitheses of this kind. In what arises instinctively, like a dim
    • the physical plane and rise to the spiritual through what is achieved
    • mechanics, arise in a personality whose birth occurs on the same day
    • question therefore inevitably arises in our minds: Who, in reality,
    • in the right way. And then it could be said that the feeling which arises



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