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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 1
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    • Science is such that the truths and data of knowledge contained in it
    • upon. As soon as we descend from the great truths concerning the universe
    • specific truths.
    • more wisdom and truth are to be found than in the abstract erudition
    • A profound truth lies behind this. In the Greco-Latin epoch, Alexander
    • and Cyril, was in truth of such a nature that this Orphic individuality,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • has reached the point to-day of giving a little credence to the truths
    • of our civilisation, nevertheless the truth must be faced fairly and
    • we must in truth see every human being, in respect of his spirituality,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • we are in truth living in a period of transition, and if you recall
    • The soul came to realise that in truth it must always be egoistic when
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • describes this significant truth in the story of the Babylonian
    • signs and tokens of the holy truths—such buildings were erected
    • of the heavens — measures which are in truth all to be traced
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • untold multitude of concrete truths. All this has been said in order
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • achievements were in truth ancient Mystery-wisdom translated into terms
    • were in truth the inspiration not only of Greek wisdom but also of Greek
    • of truth.
    • after the truth and truth will give you the supreme happiness, the germinating
    • question of truth, and a stream of decline Sets in. Stoicism and Epicureanism
    • to question truth itself and truth loses its power. Hence, simultaneously
    • arises — doubt in regard to truth. And when Scepticism and doubt,
    • then man, still striving after truth, feels cast out of the World-Soul
    • upwards to truth through the mystical ascent of the individual. One
    • have again arisen by the side of those concerning truth itself; again
    • and of the outwardly useful from the one supreme question of truth.
    • to truth, we now see coming into prominence the fundamental separation
    • concerned with truth. At the portal leading to the new period of decline,
    • that he had to set limits to the striving after truth in order to make
    • the truth, underneath the stream of maya, human instincts do hit upon

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