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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that the Christ figure in the sculptured group would have to be
    • spot, a sculpture dominated by three figures. In the center of this
    • group a figure will tower as if it were the manifestation of what I
    • of Nazareth. A special task in the portrayal of this Christ figure
    • will be the remaining two figures of the group, one to the left and
    • the other to the right of the Christ figure, if that is the proper
    • name for the figure that I have just sketched. This Christ figure is
    • His head. On top of the rock there will be another figure, winged but
    • abyss. One feature in the Christ figure that must be worked out with
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • the Christ figure. There, the rock will have a ledge and, therefore,
    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • depression in the rock and in it stands this winged figure with wings
    • entirely different from the figure on top of the rock. The wings of
    • the figure on top of the rock resemble those of an eagle, whereas the
    • figure in the depression has bat-like wings. This figure virtually
    • The Christ figure in the middle has his right hand directed downward
    • not to show the Christ as wanting to shackle this figure; rather, he
    • three figures: Christ, Lucifer and Ahriman will stand at the bottom as
    • at this Christ figure. It does not possess the features we would like
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • central figure of the group will stand upon the projecting rock. It
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
    • figure of our plastic group. Yet we should not simply face the statue
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • figure of the Maid of Orléans. In European history the simple
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture I: The Four Platonic Virtues and Their Relation with the Human Members
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    • us take the figure of the Maid of Orleans
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and the Mystery of Death
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    • concession. We are able to look at Christ as a figure only with
    • by the figure of the Maid of Orleans: “the world likes to
    • Schiller embodied this sublime figure in his drama.
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IV: The Intimate Element of the Central European Culture and the Central European Striving
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    • human being already knows himself by his external figure in
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture V: The Intervention of the Christ Impulse in the Historical Events
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    • humankind. One of those figures the Christ Impulse selected to
    • example — one could still give others — the figure
    • historical, that — also with such a figure like the Maid
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VI: Moral Impulses and Their Results
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    • parts of the human figure, and the recollections are in each
    • is a copy of the human figure from the head and a piece below
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture X: Central Europe between East and West
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    • in the deepest sense. This group contains a central figure. One
    • may call this central figure Christ; one may also call it the
    • right way in the world. One may call this middle figure the
    • two other figures will be on the sides of this middle figure,
    • figure, expressing neither hatred nor power, but inner firmness
    • a strength is achieved by which the figure on the rock on top,
    • the winged figure, breaks the wings and falls down into the
    • Below inside the rock we see another figure tied up in chains.
    • downwards directed hand of the middle figure. He writhes
    • of the middle figure.
    • Christ-principle of our universe in the middle figure, the
    • the ahrimanic principle in the figure in the cave which strives
    • from below upwards. I endeavoured to design the three figures
    • That is why it is indicated in the sculptural figure that
    • spiritually putting a figure, but the spirit as an invisible
    • Think only of such a tragic figure like Ernst Haeckel. Goethe
    • materialistic colouring. Take such a tragic figure like Ernst
    • shop window where I saw my own picture, my own figure meeting
    • this has taken place — to recognise the external figure,
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XI: Christ's Relationship to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • important place. This group primarily presents three figures.
    • In the middle of this group a figure stands as, I would like to
    • develop on earth. Hence, one can also feel this figure of the
    • figure in such a way that one can see, on one side, the
    • Then two other figures are to be found, one on the left side,
    • the other on the right side of the Christ figure, if I am
    • allowed to call this figure the Christ figure. This Christ
    • figure stands there like before a rock which towers up in
    • above the head of the Christ figure. On top of the rock is
    • another figure, a winged figure; but the wings are broken, and
    • this figure falls, because it has broken wings, into the chasm.
    • how this Christ figure raises the left arm. Because the Christ
    • figure raises his left arm, it happens that this falling being
    • the other side, toward the right side of the Christ figure
    • there. In this hollow is also a winged figure. This figure
    • cavity the winged figure which has, however, quite differently
    • formed wings than the figure on top of the rock. This figure
    • has more aquiline wings, the figure in the cave bat-like wings.
    • The latter figure locks itself up in the cave, you see it in
    • Christ figure in the middle turns his right hand downwards.
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  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XII: Spiritual Science as an Attitude
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    • consists of three figures basically, apart from that which will
    • and in this projection is a cave. The central figure stands on
    • see Christ in this central figure. But this must not happen in
    • figure is very significant. Then, however, it is the peculiar
    • the larynx with the human being and the ear of this figure.
    • to the figure on the rock, its wings are broken, and it falls
    • off the rock. — You anticipate: this figure is Lucifer
    • Here at the bottom, in the cave, is another figure. It does not
    • this lower figure completely, has atrophied. The lower parts
    • toward the mouth are extremely developed with this figure. This
    • figure is wrapped with the gold of the earth. The gold of the
    • earth turns into chains, which tie up this figure therein. This
    • figure writhes because of the effect which goes out from the
    • figure at the bottom is Ahriman, who is tied up with the gold
    • one must not say: these figures express this and that, —
    • was possible up to now: the Christ figure of Michelangelo in his
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XV: Overcoming Death through Knowledge
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    • their external figure, but incomparable on the other hand; no
    • spoken about that that with regard to the external figures the
    • notice how little I was familiar with my own figure. —
    • than his special figure.
    • way like looking at his future figure, his future life. He
    • would also behold something of his physical figure. But he
    • would never penetrate that in this physical figure which would
    • our physical figure like in a fog when we walk to birth. We
    • form. This appears to him as a light figure more or less, but
    • feels being gradually linked with this light figure, and then
    • this physical figure. You find two dark balls there. You cannot



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