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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • shape of our skull.
    • in your skull, for the shape of your skull is determined by what kind
    • and particularly in that of the skull.
    • own opinion, are very learned in craniology. They feel a person's skull
    • that every one of us has indeed a head of his or her own. No skull is
    • exactly like any other, for our skull is the result of our previous
    • incarnation. The rest of our organism prepares the skull we will have
    • of the skull. Not only phrenologists, but science as a whole does not
    • know what to make of the shape of the human skull. I would like to point
    • gave a lecture on three truly important human heads, namely, the skulls
    • Karl Langer examined the anatomy of these three skulls. He emphasized
    • musical talents, least of all in the skull of Beethoven. He underscored
    • that from the standpoint of anatomy and physiology, Beethoven's skull
    • be found in these skulls that would indicate musical talents.
    • skulls. However, they may not have been musicians in their preceding
    • skull.
    • that all three men had been musicians, and yet their skulls had nothing
    • they had the skulls Langer examined. Their musical disposition expressed
    • itself in their soul, while the shape of their skull was an expression
    • Eventually, arguments about these three skulls
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