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  • Title: Whitsuntide in the Course of the Year
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    • in summertime, when the earth is budding and sprouting. No!
    • the earth itself as spiritual being wakes when towards autumn
    • the earth is fully awake. During summer, during the budding
    • earth. The Earth-Spirit sleeps during the summer and during
    • with what in earth-evolution should call up the fullest
    • sleeping condition of the earth, when his soul had to sink
    • into the sleeping Earth-soul in order to have Imagination,
    • dreaming spirit of the earth. The Christmas festival
    • signifies a conscious union with the waking Earth-spirit. It
    • mighty Earth-being sleeps and wakes, taking the whole year
    • Earth-spirit, then we come to the following conclusion - that
    • blossoms. What goes on outside in the earth goes on in
    • life of the earth. When we consider the life of the earth and
    • has been able to say EX DEO NASCIMUR at every stage of earth
    • consciousness of the earth, the waking earth-life, in the
    • winter time. In order in winter to live with the earth in the
    • half of the year, when the earth is awake, awake in the dying
    • earth's year is divided for us into two halves, into the half
    • the Spirit of the Earth. You see, when we observe the earth
    • perception of the waking Earth-spirit. But we must think of
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