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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • process, through the millennia up to our own times, spiritual Beings,
    • be able to picture that in ancient times — and in Post-Atlantean
    • times, too, if we go back only a few thousand years before what is usually
    • which in those times gazed behind physical existence and expressed what
    • ancient times, we-find men who were clairvoyant; we know too that this
    • I told you how in Europe, at a comparatively very late time, abundant
    • plane occur at different times among the different peoples.
    • times, what man inwardly felt and experienced extended upwards into
    • completely until our own times. As far as outer history is concerned,
    • the connection exists in our time only when, with the means that are
    • times, when man looked into his own soul, this soul enshrined not only
    • he has experienced, he becomes conscious for the first time of the thought
    • for that reason has carried over ancient clairvoyance into later times
    • in pre-Christian times.
    • Thus we look back to times
    • enabled men at that time to see beyond the shadow-sides of Christianity
    • in Alexandria at that time.
    • by hatred of what originated in ancient times and yet was so much greater
    • of many things that have taken place in historical times. We come to
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • time.
    • of the higher Hierarchies. But from time to time the spiritual scientist
    • it is considered an antiquated attitude in our time even to speak of
    • human beings. The time is now past when spirits such as Herder, as if
    • the physical brains of those times, was directed towards flooding all
    • girl, certainly not highly educated even by the standards of her time,
    • time in the course of history? — None other than Beings of higher
    • so because we are in Stuttgart and I sometimes like to take account
    • “not quite right in the head.” But this was before the time
    • at that time in justification of his belief. I will read a passage characterising
    • her deeds the whole history of modern time assumed a different aspect,
    • very remarkable as he investigates the successive epochs of time. He
    • his instrument at that time had inspired — in a quite different
    • how a significant myth of Babylonian-Chaldean times points to the penetration
    • far into the future and at that time could be attained only if such
    • means that he was still covered with hair like the men of primeval times,
    • of ancient times there was a kind of collective consciousness. A man
    • times feel himself a member of the group-soul. Something of the kind
    • in ancient times arose because the temple-priests of one city were carried
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • time being to the Post-Atlantean period, we can speak of a law according
    • to which, in the epochs up to the present time, the influences of other
    • future time as his own activity, when he has risen to the stage of Atma
    • epoch that for the first time man entered into his own life of soul
    • already lies some time behind us; and whereas in the pre-Grecian epoch
    • nature and worked within it, in our time we have to fulfil an opposite
    • come in later times: Manas or Spirit-Self. This, however, will not be
    • what this spiritual Being inspired into him. When the man of our time
    • times; the mental pictures she had known in the physical world —
    • regarded as objective. Even if in our time someone can show that subjective
    • the sciences of our time and so it is in respect of art. The art we
    • in the physical material — this art has had its day. In our time
    • face each other in sharp, even discordant, contrast in our time. Have
    • the majority of you are aware that for a long, long time Richard Wagner
    • memorial of recent times. For what was his aim? He says: One cannot
    • which permeates the present time in order that the divine-spiritual
    • does not yet feel within his own self. In those times he could only
    • what was incarnated at an earlier time appears in the physical world
    • and philosophical wisdom of her time lived as personal ability, as personal
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • that the length of time formerly accepted as historical has been almost
    • above all in the earliest times, lived a most remarkable people, known
    • There is not enough time to go into the question of the historical records
    • of world-history. In the men of later times there is evidence, for example,
    • times of the greatest antiquity we find something like a primal human
    • thought and at the same time with a particular sound.
    • to specific realities, so that in those ancient times a thing could
    • in those times designate some object or being otherwise than by a specific
    • was still alive. So that language in ancient times — and in the
    • the erection of sacred buildings in ancient times was guided by certain
    • into relatively early times, we should find in sacred buildings symbolic
    • But at the same time it had to be shown that the personality must first
    • time. That the heavens were not yet within the reach of powers deriving
    • has come down to our own times, as can be demonstrated. We must, however,
    • of outer, practical life. At the same time it was their mission to relate
    • on into our own times, ideas that are like an echo of feelings that
    • said: “That is the time in which a healthy human being could complete
    • the circuit of the earth, and it is also the length of time which the
    • Not until our own time
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • abundance the impulses of the time and the influences of beings working
    • the first time in the ancient Persian epoch, but finally they worked
    • have plenty of time, for the Persian epoch will be fully recapitulated
    • only in the Sixth epoch which follows our own. Then, for the first time,
    • course already present behind the physical world in earlier times, but
    • and minerals. They had also worked in times more ancient still. But
    • then prevailing. This is the time to which the legends of the Deluge
    • In still earlier Atlantean times, the picture was again quite different.
    • to-day. You can well conceive that at that time Spiritual Hierarchies
    • times when, on account of the particular position of the earth's axis
    • movement, so that conditions undergone by the earth at a certain time
    • after 25,000 to 26,000 years. But between these great periods of time
    • are crucial points, deeply incisive times in which momentous happenings
    • to the fantastic periods of time that are mentioned, for these happenings
    • macrocosm upon the spirit of man at that time was at its lowest; this
    • had less time to work also upon the spirit of man, with the result that
    • the other hand it was precisely during the time of the Atlantean catastrophe
    • Post-Atlantean epoch. Now when you picture that at this time
    • you to conceive that there may be another point of time when the opposite
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • to modern times. Steiner focuses here on the Babylonian and Greek cultures
    • an for a long time, penetrate into later streams and into folk-cultures
    • that all the philosophy of his time was as nothing compared with the
    • from the East had not been beaten back at that time by the little Greek
    • developments in European civilisation up to our own times.
    • works over from earlier into later times can be observed only when we
    • prevails during these times of ascent. But the moment the questions,
    • Stoicism and Epicureanism, have exercised their influence for a time,
    • long, long time continue to hear from all sides: “Yes, but Kant
    • times — or, we had better say, pre-Grecian times — how must
    • of the gods”; that is to say, when men looked back to olden times,
    • bring down the spiritual to the physical plane. In those ancient times
    • about in the instincts of the peoples in post-Grecian times? It was
    • Thus, while the feeling in much earlier times was that the spiritual
    • the impulses at work in the epochs of time throw light upon the individual
    • by the fact that men are at the same time instruments of the process
    • time. And they prepared it during the period of transition from the
    • paintings what is to work in all ages of time as the Christian impulse,
    • time. To-day, at this minor turning-point of time, it may be fitting
    • feeling for the science of occult progress in time were to become clear
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