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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • the kind of apotheosis which forms the present conclusion of
    • For when Goethe, wrote the present, universally-known conclusion
    • of the time in which we live, — to our present epoch
    • namely, that at the present day there can be no mind
    • at the present day, and that one must be content with a
    • applied to these discoveries up to the present day at all
    • the effect of concussion. For instance, we represent to
    • the discoveries to which it has led up till the present time,
    • animals of which we can form no representation, and that from
    • scientists employ the forms familiar to us at present, in
    • that the ancestors of man cannot be represented as physical
    • necessarily made by science as a whole at the present day,
    • the present day. It denotes the most absolute unbelief in the
    • masterpieces brought into existence at the present day by
    • negative, principle, so conspicuous everywhere at present,
    • doubtless a difficult step for many at the present day. Some
    • history, as it is written at the present day. The historians
    • present day. Let us suppose that truth and uprightness
    • at the present day, such as I have endeavoured to sketch
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • future — a future which has become our own present. He thus
    • represented this perpetual sacrifice demanded by intellectual culture
    • clairvoyant culture, so Iphigenia represents the perpetual sacrifice
    • ancient Greece right up to the present time — from the time
    • already lights up the present with its challenge, the present age,
    • through its representatives — men inspired by the Spirits of
    • was inspired in presenting his Iphigenia to Europe to testify to the
    • clairvoyant culture represented by Persephone must light up again.
    • many years, the thinking which has always been present with us as a
    • reconstruction of the Mystery of Eleusis, represents the means
    • towards us. She is the mightiest representative of
    • and more absorbed in a way by the tendencies represented in the three
    • have received in recent years will enable you to view our present
    • be trying, to represent things in the same manner as is done on the
    • imperfection in the present. We are not called upon to compete with
    • warmth. For this reason every one who is present at these dramatic
    • form; for with these three figures which are intended to represent
    • chalice which subtly represents what they are aiming at both in their
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • to a representative of human soul-forces whom we may call Tantalus.
    • when we reflect that by representing the force hidden in the depths
    • Persephone, who represents the ancient clairvoyant forces of the
    • represented as Pluto. According to Greek mythology Pluto is the ruler
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • capacity represented by Persephone is born in the human
    • within us. As the forces represented in Greek mythology by Pluto are
    • is represented in the Nature-forces by Eros, who brings this about.
    • bears the forces of decline. The rape of Persephone also represents
    • the first period, was utterly different from a body of the present
    • present day, we see that through having become denser it has come
    • time of Atlantis up to the present day a force has been working on
    • genetic forces represented in Greek mythology, forces which are
    • upon the astral body are represented by the threefold Hecate. Whereas
    • symbol was also assigned to Aesculapius as the representative of
    • medicine). The #8224 represents the external destructive influences
    • represented one part of Hecate with #8224 and serpent; and the
    • itself, is represented in the key and the coil of rope; and the third
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • present interpretation. Putting aside all finer shades of difference,
    • unhappiness. The forces in us which represent the more enduring
    • present-day meteorology is a purely physical science. For the Greeks
    • regards the physical body, which represents the Pluto forces in us,
    • as regards the ether body, which represents the Poseidon forces, and
    • as regards the astral body, which represents the Zeus forces, you may
    • forces of the entire ego (represented by the area of the circle) to
    • the forces of the astral body (represented by the area of the large
    • pentagon), to the forces of the ether body (represented by the sum of
    • forces of the physical body (represented by the area of the pentagon
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • we may expect him to think of the divinity who represented to him the
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • representing the forces of the physical body, Poseidon as
    • representing the forces of the ether body, and Zeus as representing
    • have to regard Dionysos as the macrocosmic representative of the
    • at the time when our present Earth was passing through its previous
    • stage; thus at the commencement of the present evolution of the Earth
    • reaches the goal of the present Earth evolution will be as far
    • evolution of our present Earth as Angels, nevertheless, during the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the macrocosmic representative of the astral forces at work in man,
    • Poseidon as the macrocosmic representative of the forces working in
    • the ether body, Pluto as the macroscosmic representative of the
    • At the time the Earth entered upon its present evolution man had
    • but the forerunner of our present ego, when man had the old
    • trickled into a body. Greek fancy represents this moment in an
    • representing the element of one-ness, of homogeneity, of Being as yet
    • often represented as jealous. Jealousy can only come about where
    • with which we grasp it, was represented by the goddess Pallas
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • how the old clairvoyant consciousness, represented by the elder
    • consciousness, into our present ego-consciousness. For the
    • macrocosmic counterpart of our present ego-consciousness, with its
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • the world, presented itself to them as a kind of knowledge, a kind of
    • drawn to yet another thing. While the rest of the gods represent what
    • plane, in the physical world. We will for the present ignore the
    • acquired his present ego-consciousness it was normal for him to have
    • is, as our present ego-consciousness, the consciousness which has
    • existence that is certainly not present in the super-sensible world.
    • Hence the younger Dionysos, macrocosmic representative of our modern
    • Dionysos, the macrocosmic representative of the ego—the ego
    • ego. Therefore Dionysos must be represented as this human ego still
    • they could only accurately represent it on the basis that the
    • present Earth conditions such human forms can of course no longer
    • Dionysos represented those stragglers who had most closely retained
    • Greeks represented in this train of Dionysos the forms of average
    • this question for us by its representations of the rout of Dionysos
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • place which we designate as ideation, as mental representation, and
    • ideation, in mental representation, which is what brings knowledge
    • representation, we must attribute that solely to the three higher
    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • work of ideation, of representation, goes on in the brain, is just
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. When we wish
    • Moon evolutions, and that in fine the present physical body, and with
    • present-day man is not tuned to the most delicate refinements, it
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
    • soul-life is completely filled by this process of representation. One
    • is not presented in this form is accepted as
    • different method of presentation is used from the one to which
    • words in the light of present-day usage will believe that they are
    • representation as distinct from the mere reflection of it — the
    • of presentation has to be used in the description of spiritual
    • the ordinary process of mental representation are taught by the
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • represented the human self firmly planted upon the Earth. When the
    • figure, a noble external representation of humanity. Now just suppose
    • not represented as such a perfect divine form as Zeus, is in fact the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • to make good in your present incarnation the debt which you have
    • presents us with our debit account. This situation has to be taken
    • his present stage. We know that in order to reach his present form he
    • had been present in man during the Moon evolution, elaborating it
    • body of man was present at the commencement of Earth evolution.
    • Although the first rudiments of this physical body were present in
    • the physical was as it were in solution, was present only as forces
    • with the physical element not actually present. When Earth evolution
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • forces of our present physical body were at that time in solution as
    • were not present in a physical condition. Thus when man entered upon
    • only the forces which were already present in man in rudimentary
    • let this diagram represent the human ether body as it was at the
    • present day we have the reverse process. The blood becomes etherised,
    • among them before Saturn, represented themselves; they thought. But
    • are merely the representations — the real ideas
    • can say that ‘the original gods had need to present themselves
    • original gods may present themselves to themselves. From this you can
    • idea or mental representation is, in a higher sense, only the
    • the present this Being is in the sun. But the moment is drawing near
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • these forces are present. They had another task in Earth evolution as
    • of all that they represent by their abstract and tidy genealogical
    • then this harmony results in the present-day human form. If you
    • were trying to represent human evolution, were trying to put before
    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • in a sense the representations of the sub-earthly, the Chthonic gods.
    • pure white dove, which represents as it were the purest extract of
    • representations of the others, only wished to live in the finer
    • the ancient Sun planet come to life again, repeating in the present
    • representations of the lower gods; but the gaseous element in the sun
    • space which is represented to us in the sign of the dove at the
    • the head, but astral currents are also present in this stream. If one
    • astral body of man are present. Now the brain is a most remarkable
    • garments, and is still represented in the vestments connected with
    • represents what man bears within him. The craze for nudism has
    • represented what the human being carries around him supersensibly as
    • taking place in us and the normal consciousness of present-day man
    • super-sensible. But since each fresh marvel presents us with a fresh
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • world, that the world presents itself to him as a riddle, and that
    • spirit-forms were at work which were represented by the figures and
    • just like earlier ones, only represents a phase which in its turn has
    • thought-forms of modern times. If I represent the thoughts of the
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • pride of present-day science, but thirsts to fill its consciousness
    • entanglement in maya as in the thought-forms of present-day
    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • not sufficiently advanced to feel the truth about present-day
    • expand our present-day consciousness into the far spaces of the
    • from present-day consciousness — then that soul is bound to
    • present-day consciousness pulverised, shattered, in face of the
    • present-day consciousness it tries to penetrate into cosmic
    • see that in our present consciousness we are in fact but feeble. If
    • are inevitable when a man, starting from his present-day
    • or representations of the real gods; thus we come into a world which
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian
    • We could represent
    • tragedy as a representation of connected events calculated to arouse
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • future — a future which has become our own present. He thus
    • represented this perpetual sacrifice demanded by intellectual culture
    • clairvoyant culture, so Iphigenia represents the perpetual sacrifice
    • ancient Greece right up to the present time — from the time
    • already lights up the present with its challenge, the present age,
    • through its representatives — men inspired by the Spirits of
    • was inspired in presenting his Iphigenia to Europe to testify to the
    • clairvoyant culture represented by Persephone must light up again.
    • many years, the thinking which has always been present with us as a
    • reconstruction of the Mystery of Eleusis, represents the means
    • towards us. She is the mightiest representative of
    • and more absorbed in a way by the tendencies represented in the three
    • have received in recent years will enable you to view our present
    • be trying, to represent things in the same manner as is done on the
    • imperfection in the present. We are not called upon to compete with
    • warmth. For this reason every one who is present at these dramatic
    • form; for with these three figures which are intended to represent
    • chalice which subtly represents what they are aiming at both in their
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • to a representative of human soul-forces whom we may call Tantalus.
    • when we reflect that by representing the force hidden in the depths
    • Persephone, who represents the ancient clairvoyant forces of the
    • represented as Pluto. According to Greek mythology Pluto is the ruler
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • capacity represented by Persephone is born in the human
    • within us. As the forces represented in Greek mythology by Pluto are
    • is represented in the Nature-forces by Eros, who brings this about.
    • bears the forces of decline. The rape of Persephone also represents
    • the first period, was utterly different from a body of the present
    • present day, we see that through having become denser it has come
    • time of Atlantis up to the present day a force has been working on
    • genetic forces represented in Greek mythology, forces which are
    • upon the astral body are represented by the threefold Hecate. Whereas
    • symbol was also assigned to Aesculapius as the representative of
    • medicine). The #8224 represents the external destructive influences
    • represented one part of Hecate with #8224 and serpent; and the
    • itself, is represented in the key and the coil of rope; and the third
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • present interpretation. Putting aside all finer shades of difference,
    • unhappiness. The forces in us which represent the more enduring
    • present-day meteorology is a purely physical science. For the Greeks
    • regards the physical body, which represents the Pluto forces in us,
    • as regards the ether body, which represents the Poseidon forces, and
    • as regards the astral body, which represents the Zeus forces, you may
    • forces of the entire ego (represented by the area of the circle) to
    • the forces of the astral body (represented by the area of the large
    • pentagon), to the forces of the ether body (represented by the sum of
    • forces of the physical body (represented by the area of the pentagon
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • we may expect him to think of the divinity who represented to him the
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • representing the forces of the physical body, Poseidon as
    • representing the forces of the ether body, and Zeus as representing
    • have to regard Dionysos as the macrocosmic representative of the
    • at the time when our present Earth was passing through its previous
    • stage; thus at the commencement of the present evolution of the Earth
    • reaches the goal of the present Earth evolution will be as far
    • evolution of our present Earth as Angels, nevertheless, during the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the macrocosmic representative of the astral forces at work in man,
    • Poseidon as the macrocosmic representative of the forces working in
    • the ether body, Pluto as the macroscosmic representative of the
    • At the time the Earth entered upon its present evolution man had
    • but the forerunner of our present ego, when man had the old
    • trickled into a body. Greek fancy represents this moment in an
    • representing the element of one-ness, of homogeneity, of Being as yet
    • often represented as jealous. Jealousy can only come about where
    • with which we grasp it, was represented by the goddess Pallas
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • how the old clairvoyant consciousness, represented by the elder
    • consciousness, into our present ego-consciousness. For the
    • macrocosmic counterpart of our present ego-consciousness, with its
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • the world, presented itself to them as a kind of knowledge, a kind of
    • drawn to yet another thing. While the rest of the gods represent what
    • plane, in the physical world. We will for the present ignore the
    • acquired his present ego-consciousness it was normal for him to have
    • is, as our present ego-consciousness, the consciousness which has
    • existence that is certainly not present in the super-sensible world.
    • Hence the younger Dionysos, macrocosmic representative of our modern
    • Dionysos, the macrocosmic representative of the ego—the ego
    • ego. Therefore Dionysos must be represented as this human ego still
    • they could only accurately represent it on the basis that the
    • present Earth conditions such human forms can of course no longer
    • Dionysos represented those stragglers who had most closely retained
    • Greeks represented in this train of Dionysos the forms of average
    • this question for us by its representations of the rout of Dionysos
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • place which we designate as ideation, as mental representation, and
    • ideation, in mental representation, which is what brings knowledge
    • representation, we must attribute that solely to the three higher
    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • work of ideation, of representation, goes on in the brain, is just
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. en we wis
    • Moon evolutions, and that in fine the present physical body, and with
    • present-day man is not tuned to the most delicate refinements, it
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
    • soul-life is completely filled by this process of representation. One
    • is not presented in this form is accepted as
    • different method of presentation is used from the one to which
    • words in the light of present-day usage will believe that they are
    • representation as distinct from the mere reflection of it — the
    • of presentation has to be used in the description of spiritual
    • the ordinary process of mental representation are taught by the
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • represented the human self firmly planted upon the Earth. When the
    • figure, a noble external representation of humanity. Now just suppose
    • not represented as such a perfect divine form as Zeus, is in fact the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • to make good in your present incarnation the debt which you have
    • presents us with our debit account. This situation has to be taken
    • his present stage. We know that in order to reach his present form he
    • had been present in man during the Moon evolution, elaborating it
    • body of man was present at the commencement of Earth evolution.
    • Although the first rudiments of this physical body were present in
    • the physical was as it were in solution, was present only as forces
    • with the physical element not actually present. When Earth evolution
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • forces of our present physical body were at that time in solution as
    • were not present in a physical condition. Thus when man entered upon
    • only the forces which were already present in man in rudimentary
    • let this diagram represent the human ether body as it was at the
    • present day we have the reverse process. The blood becomes etherised,
    • among them before Saturn, represented themselves; they thought. But
    • are merely the representations — the real ideas
    • can say that ‘the original gods had need to present themselves
    • original gods may present themselves to themselves. From this you can
    • idea or mental representation is, in a higher sense, only the
    • the present this Being is in the sun. But the moment is drawing near
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • these forces are present. They had another task in Earth evolution as
    • of all that they represent by their abstract and tidy genealogical
    • then this harmony results in the present-day human form. If you
    • were trying to represent human evolution, were trying to put before
    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • in a sense the representations of the sub-earthly, the Chthonic gods.
    • pure white dove, which represents as it were the purest extract of
    • representations of the others, only wished to live in the finer
    • the ancient Sun planet come to life again, repeating in the present
    • representations of the lower gods; but the gaseous element in the sun
    • space which is represented to us in the sign of the dove at the
    • the head, but astral currents are also present in this stream. If one
    • astral body of man are present. Now the brain is a most remarkable
    • garments, and is still represented in the vestments connected with
    • represents what man bears within him. The craze for nudism has
    • represented what the human being carries around him supersensibly as
    • taking place in us and the normal consciousness of present-day man
    • super-sensible. But since each fresh marvel presents us with a fresh
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • world, that the world presents itself to him as a riddle, and that
    • spirit-forms were at work which were represented by the figures and
    • just like earlier ones, only represents a phase which in its turn has
    • thought-forms of modern times. If I represent the thoughts of the
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • pride of present-day science, but thirsts to fill its consciousness
    • entanglement in maya as in the thought-forms of present-day
    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • not sufficiently advanced to feel the truth about present-day
    • expand our present-day consciousness into the far spaces of the
    • from present-day consciousness — then that soul is bound to
    • present-day consciousness pulverised, shattered, in face of the
    • present-day consciousness it tries to penetrate into cosmic
    • see that in our present consciousness we are in fact but feeble. If
    • are inevitable when a man, starting from his present-day
    • or representations of the real gods; thus we come into a world which
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian
    • We could represent
    • tragedy as a representation of connected events calculated to arouse



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