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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
    Matching lines:
    • for the star Venus outside in the cosmos. That is the salient feature
    • consciousness comes to know just what the star of Venus is by
    • for the star Phosphorus, Lucifer or Venus. For what Lucifer cast off
    • at death, shines down from heaven as Venus.
    • neighbouring planet Venus. This was of course not experienced by the
    • stars, especially when he turned to Venus, he sensed in his soul the
    • existence’, he looked up to the star Venus and said:
    • as do our modern astronomers, describing Venus as a purely physical
    • globe. What then was Venus to the Greek soul? It was that region of
    • from the Earth to Venus. This longing which the Greek soul recognised
    • Venus. The Greek did not see just the physical planet, he saw
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
    • will be seen from Jupiter, just as our Venus, our Mars and our
    • the planet Venus, and of the connection of other gods with other
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
    Matching lines:
    • for the star Venus outside in the cosmos. That is the salient feature
    • consciousness comes to know just what the star of Venus is by
    • for the star Phosphorus, Lucifer or Venus. For what Lucifer cast off
    • at death, shines down from heaven as Venus.
    • neighbouring planet Venus. This was of course not experienced by the
    • stars, especially when he turned to Venus, he sensed in his soul the
    • existence’, he looked up to the star Venus and said:
    • as do our modern astronomers, describing Venus as a purely physical
    • globe. What then was Venus to the Greek soul? It was that region of
    • from the Earth to Venus. This longing which the Greek soul recognised
    • Venus. The Greek did not see just the physical planet, he saw
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
    • will be seen from Jupiter, just as our Venus, our Mars and our
    • the planet Venus, and of the connection of other gods with other



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