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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • period or another of his life. We may note a truly great
    • hear the words of the great physicist Helmholtz repeated,
    • that great and wonderful discoveries have been made in all
    • fated to be discarded by the great physicists, who then
    • know how great were the hopes built on the progress of
    • biology, the science of life, when Darwin's great work,
    • great mass of facts now brought to light by science to speak
    • modern research would cease. Here, Goethe may be our great
    • an incident of no great importance, but at the same time we
    • attain a greater intensity of the inner life. Not the mere
    • quarter we shall inevitably live to see a great revival of
    • great that the hall could scarcely contain it.
    • of theosophy, as a great spirit incarnated in the body of
    • a fleshly form in which there dwells a great spirit whom we
    • hesitate, even when great numbers are present at a course of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • vaguely exalted religious response to great powers of the universe;
    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • become a ‘waste land’, the great, the overwhelming need
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • great may be the authority which it enjoys, is like a tree that has
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • capacities we tackle such a great work as this
    • The Great Initiates,
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • goes into Greek mythology, the greater is one's respect,
    • me is under the control of the great Demeter. But Demeter sends these
    • looked up to the great Demeter, and in ancient Greece man was still
    • governed by Pluto, obtained a greater and greater influence on the
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • to himself: ‘I gaze upwards to the great Demeter, and whenever
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • Herein lies the great
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • occult investigation in this direction is being pursued with greater
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • the position of the three great gods, Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto in
    • were asked who were their great leaders they answered, ‘the
    • great leaders of civilisation were actually men (I am not now
    • which we still get a faint echo in the Vedas, we come to the great
    • Beings who, of all superhuman Beings, had the greatest need
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
    • voice of the Holy Rishis will come to pass in great glory and
    • great spiritual Beings who lead humanity forwards, whether as Angels,
    • spirituality with the greatest intensity could not become incarnated
    • of whose full greatness we can only be dimly aware. These stronger
    • That is the great
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • reached their full development upon the Moon. That is the great
    • Jahve. Those were the two great poles of civilisation in the
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • particularly in this monologue it would be a great mistake not to
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • the younger Dionysos who made that great journey, his soul has
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • our own body is just like that of other men. Thus there is a great
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • need only recall that a great number of wise sayings are attributed
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
    • super-sensible world, and the maya, the great illusion, of
    • — emerged as Plato, the second great teacher of Greece, the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • that a man has to make great efforts to endure certain pieces of
    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • greater, until it will at length really be able to fulfil its
    • to bring these two currents into harmony great strength of soul is
    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • great Earth-sacrifice we can speak of a Sun-sacrifice in that a
    • Zarathustra's great merit to recognise ‘In the sun in the
    • great deed on Golgotha during the old Sun evolution, was first shown
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • Mysteries, who had to wrestle with the great riddle of the Sphinx.
    • pictorial image, one of the great symbols which have come down to us
    • the human being, will encompass him to a greater and greater extent,
    • Aura or Ahura Mazdao — the great wisdom-filled Spirit,
    • the great wisdom, the great aura. And then what up to that time had
    • even the history of civilisation will still be greatly enriched by
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • turn. The great arrogance of our age which maintains that mythology
    • abstractions will not succeed in feeling this great impoverishment as
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • confronts the great danger of falling into immeasurable
    • great stumbling-block to an understanding of Spiritual Science. The
    • that important dissertation on the speech-centre which the great
    • right side. Are we not driven to say that it is the greatest possible
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • the great illusion, she feels that within this maya there
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • vaguely exalted religious response to great powers of the universe;
    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • become a ‘waste land’, the great, the overwhelming need
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • great may be the authority which it enjoys, is like a tree that has
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • capacities we tackle such a great work as this
    • The Great Initiates,
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • goes into Greek mythology, the greater is one's respect,
    • me is under the control of the great Demeter. But Demeter sends these
    • looked up to the great Demeter, and in ancient Greece man was still
    • governed by Pluto, obtained a greater and greater influence on the
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • to himself: ‘I gaze upwards to the great Demeter, and whenever
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • Herein lies the great
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • occult investigation in this direction is being pursued with greater
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • the position of the three great gods, Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto in
    • were asked who were their great leaders they answered, ‘the
    • great leaders of civilisation were actually men (I am not now
    • which we still get a faint echo in the Vedas, we come to the great
    • Beings who, of all superhuman Beings, had the greatest need
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
    • voice of the Holy Rishis will come to pass in great glory and
    • great spiritual Beings who lead humanity forwards, whether as Angels,
    • spirituality with the greatest intensity could not become incarnated
    • of whose full greatness we can only be dimly aware. These stronger
    • That is the great
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • reached their full development upon the Moon. That is the great
    • Jahve. Those were the two great poles of civilisation in the
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • particularly in this monologue it would be a great mistake not to
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • the younger Dionysos who made that great journey, his soul has
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • our own body is just like that of other men. Thus there is a great
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • need only recall that a great number of wise sayings are attributed
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
    • super-sensible world, and the maya, the great illusion, of
    • — emerged as Plato, the second great teacher of Greece, the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • that a man has to make great efforts to endure certain pieces of
    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • greater, until it will at length really be able to fulfil its
    • to bring these two currents into harmony great strength of soul is
    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • great Earth-sacrifice we can speak of a Sun-sacrifice in that a
    • Zarathustra's great merit to recognise ‘In the sun in the
    • great deed on Golgotha during the old Sun evolution, was first shown
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • Mysteries, who had to wrestle with the great riddle of the Sphinx.
    • pictorial image, one of the great symbols which have come down to us
    • the human being, will encompass him to a greater and greater extent,
    • Aura or Ahura Mazdao — the great wisdom-filled Spirit,
    • the great wisdom, the great aura. And then what up to that time had
    • even the history of civilisation will still be greatly enriched by
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • turn. The great arrogance of our age which maintains that mythology
    • abstractions will not succeed in feeling this great impoverishment as
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • confronts the great danger of falling into immeasurable
    • great stumbling-block to an understanding of Spiritual Science. The
    • that important dissertation on the speech-centre which the great
    • right side. Are we not driven to say that it is the greatest possible
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • the great illusion, she feels that within this maya there



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