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  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 3. The Human Soul and the Universe (part 1)
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    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • standstill, stopping at the merely abstract ideas of God or Christ,
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
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    • was very active; men imagined gods behind Saturn, Sun and Moon; they
    • passages of his book on Truth and Error, that he thanks God that they
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
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    • of taking the word of God too literally. Indeed, this Christian
    • God and the world, in all good faith, as though it was so obvious that
    • Materie ist das Ende der Wege Gottes.’ (Matter is the end of Gods
    • understood when we rediscover it: ‘Matter is the end of God's
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • standstill, stopping at the merely abstract ideas of God or Christ,
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture One
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    • human destiny and professed to teach a knowledge of God and
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Two
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    • solely through the participation of God — or the
    • born of the co-operation of God with the father and mother,
    • God man receives his spiritual soul or “Active
    • direct creation of God working in conjunction with the
    • Easter festival. The statue of the God Attis was bound to the
    • midnight. Then the sufferings of the God were re-enacted. At
    • dawn the resurrection of the God was proclaimed. Whilst on
    • the previous night when the God was bound to the tree and
    • the resurrection of the God was announced at sunrise the
    • outbursts of joy. The statue of the God, Firmicus tells us,
    • and the tomb was opened. The God had risen. And the priest
    • comfort, ye faithful, for the God is saved and ye too will be
    • the suffering, death and resurrection of the God were
    • eyes of men may often be wisdom in the sight of God.
    • the god, man felt reassured and consoled, for the time had
    • when he said: “Take comfort, ye faithful; the God is
    • priest wished to indicate that God was still active in the
    • people saying: “The resurrection of the God is ever
    • renewed. The God is still within you.”
    • turn from God to a world of materialism of their own
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  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • God or the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven. In what sense
    • the Kingdom of God; but unto them that are without all these
    • (Unto you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of GodMark IV, 11.)
    • God moved upon the face of the waters.” What was the
    • out, saying, “Thou art the Son of God” — or
    • “Thou art the Holy One of God. And Christ suffered not
    • Universal God, an idea that was known only to the
    • who deny the existence of God; there are also deniers of
    • aware of the presence of God. Atheism is really sickness of
    • Christ. He believed that the soul derives from God, is
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Four
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    • be wisdom in the sight of God.” And Goethe then jotted
    • “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God
    • and the Word was God” recall living “at-one-ment”
    • the Word was with God and the Word was a God”, by
    • the Gospels once more as the Word of God. In this connection
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
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    • Beings known to the ancient Mysteries as the Moon Gods. From
    • knows the secret of the Moon Gods his relationship to the Sun
    • Gods naturally changes also. Owing to the blunting of his
    • Gods in the surrounding world, but he can perceive them
    • Gods and this is why in his waking consciousness he
    • had a statue of the god placed beside him) was scourged
    • gods” — concluding with the words: “and ye
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • gods. In essence it was as follows: when the Romans conquered
    • a people they received the gods of the newly conquered people
    • into their Olympus. They declared that these gods were also
    • Caesars saw in the gods something more than the mere external
    • They knew that the visible image of the gods concealed real
    • assimilation of other gods. And, as a rule, the worship of
    • other gods was accepted not only in an outward and exoteric
    • powers symbolized by the gods, this practice was taken for
    • their gods had been assimilated by the Romans. Thus everyone
    • into their pantheon as a new god amongst the other gods
    • Christ God who embodies a far deeper reality would thereby
    • have become one of their own gods. But the initiated emperors
    • gods; they were determined — and it was for this
    • to challenge the gods. He decided to celebrate a cult act,
    • gods. In other words, he wished to ridicule baptism in the
    • it upon himself to challenge the gods and had received his
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • “There is the man who will restore the old Gods and
    • whose authors were convinced that the old gods were still
    • gods?” Julian's instinct for truth was outraged.
    • dogma were unable to believe in the old gods, to expound the
    • not men alone, but gods, whom Julian set out to challenge.
    • Briefly they are as follows: Knowledge of God is natural to
    • inferior to that of Plato. The idea of a jealous God and a
    • God, and “Civitas terrena”, which of necessity
    • that the Christ figure was a copy of the cult-god of pagan
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Eight
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    • were scattered over wide areas. These images (of the gods),
    • isolated shrines, each with its statue of a God. And they
    • and say: “God is experienced within myself.” That
    • mystical experience we experience God in total and utter
    • solitude. Alone in the presence of God man experiences
    • we have brought it upon ourselves. We create our gods in our
    • responsibility for the death of that which is born of God.
    • “Son of God”. Remember that mystical experience
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • People are striving to find the way to God, but are unwilling
    • godless reason had no other choice but to abdicate. It
    • Mithras, the Secret God
    • values implies that since “God is dead”, i.e.
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Ten
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    • in a state of absolute harmony pre-established by God. And I

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