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  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • LECTURE 1MATERIALISM AND SPIRITUALITY.Life and Death.Berlin, 6th February, 1917.
    • And to the Spirits of those, who have passed through the gate of death:
    • psychologist, Frederick Myers who, before his death many years ago,
    • through the gates of death. From the other side he told them that he
    • passes through the gate of death, the human individuality is at first
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 2. The Metamorphoses of the Soul-Forces
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    • passed into the Spiritual world through the portal of death. It was
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 3. The Human Soul and the Universe (part 1)
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    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • retrospectively after having passed through the portals of death, and
    • birth and death, can be made strong and forceful; as indeed it ought
    • gates of death, should always be present with him, together with the
    • picture of death itself.
    • Father-Principle. We must consider the case of those whose death is
    • cause) or weakness of some kind. If then, through this early death,
    • of death. At the moment of death this meeting occurs. Here we may
    • hour of death, when death occurs before middle-life, depends upon that
    • death approaching a man from outside, not being brought about by
    • say: Through his self -chosen death a man may eventually deprive
    • unconsciously, but which even during his life between birth and death
    • with the Father-Principle occurs at the hour of death. This shows that
    • the particular karma of this man made an early death necessary, so
    • life after death to hold firmly, the thought of the place on earth
    • premature deaths now occurring in the light of feeling or abstract
    • portals of death will become special helpers in the future development
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 4. Morality, As A Germinating Force
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    • while when death is premature it occurs sooner. You know that, as the
    • birth and death; without having formed any concepts permeated with
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 5. The Human soul and the Universe (part 2)
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    • in its life between birth and death, and which even while still in
    • outside our body, for in the life between birth and death we are still
    • soul and spirit sense in his physical life between birth and death,
    • seem, the ego of man is between birth and death, physically connected
    • go through the Gates of Death, is thereby cut off.
    • the Gates of Death want to work with us on the physical world. This
    • passed through the Gates of Death. As long as we are incarnated in
    • of Death. Just as within us the world of sense extends to our tasting,
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
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    • Christ did not suffer death for a limited number of people, nor was He
    • not in sleep, but at death. For the soul on leaving the body goes
    • life in connection with the life and death of man, we refer to the
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
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    • those who have passed through the portals of death, the language of
    • among those who have passed through the portal of death that what
    • the Spirits who have passed the portals of death. It is then easier to
    • between death and rebirth. Let no one suppose that all that is
    • to those living between death and rebirth they are of very great
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • retrospectively after having passed through the portals of death, and
    • birth and death, can be made strong and forceful; as indeed it ought
    • gates of death, should always be present with him, together with the
    • picture of death itself.
    • Father-Principle. We must consider the case of those whose death is
    • cause) or weakness of some kind. If then, through this early death,
    • of death. At the moment of death this meeting occurs. Here we may
    • hour of death, when death occurs before middle-life, depends upon that
    • death approaching a man from outside, not being brought about by
    • say: Through his self-chosen death a man may eventually deprive
    • unconsciously, but which even during his life between birth and death
    • with the Father-Principle occurs at the hour of death. This shows that
    • the particular karma of this man made an early death necessary, so
    • life after death to hold firmly, the thought of the place on earth
    • premature deaths now occurring in the light of feeling or abstract
    • portals of death will become special helpers in the future development
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Two
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    • spirit is eternal; the body is subject to life and death in
    • birth and death. When man passes through the gate of death
    • this spiritual part did not perish at death, but entered upon
    • death the spirit dwelt in the souls of men so that by virtue
    • Passion, the Death and Resurrection of Christ, can be found
    • seemingly given over to death the multitude broke out in wild
    • the suffering, death and resurrection of the God were
    • the seeds of death. In other words, spiritual investigation,
    • suffer death, that it disintegrates and finally returns to
    • the mineral kingdom. The death of an animal is not something
    • realize that, for the animal, death is as natural to it (i.e.
    • the organism) as the need for food and drink. That death is a
    • the human organism itself which suggests that death is
    • inevitable. We must accept death in man as something he
    • neither man nor his physical organism were made for death.
    • The fact that death occurs in man from within cannot be
    • such provides no explanation of death.
    • have to face the inexplicable problem of his death. What did
    • mankind would seriously have to face the reality of death
    • whilst the priest celebrated the death and resurrection of
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  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • death on the Cross, has thereby established a relationship
    • “creationism”, but accepted that after death the
    • which the soul lives after death is in fact bound up with
    • with the birth of the individual and persists after death.
    • are lost to the power that redeems the soul from death. This
    • think of the birth, maturity and death of the Earth in terms
    • death at the end of time — for according to natural
    • which brought death to the body will be restored through the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Four
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    • animals bear the seeds of death in them. They are not as
    • within, that is the cause of death. If man had retained his
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
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    • innocent man had been condemned to death because he had been
    • guilty!” And when Petronius lay under sentence of death
    • that Jesus’ death was inevitable because Christianity
    • co-existence could only lead to the death of Christ.
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • unlimited authority, you can even order the death of those
    • a despot cannot do, he cannot compass the death of his
    • Seneca wished to indicate that death set a limit to the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • certain occasions punishable by death. Intercourse with the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Eight
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    • independent of the body and which is unrelated to the death
    • that we have something within us that transcends death,
    • experienced his immortal soul which death cannot destroy. He
    • idea of immortality is limited; I realize that after death I
    • responsibility for the death of that which is born of God.
    • for the death of the divine within him. If time permitted I
    • progressively; we ourselves experience the death of the
    • born in us. For the Risen Lord, He who has suffered death, is
    • His death is experienced in the manner already described.
    • that after his death his spirit is still alive amongst us
    • is separated from the soul after death as a kind of second
    • The date of his death is unknown. His chief work was
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • gates of death and therefore has a deeper insight into the
    • death.
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Ten
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    • through the gates of death it is of less significance than it
    • gates of death — finds itself, according to
    • Socrates after the latter's death. Now this is
    • after the death of Socrates. This idea must be revived again
    • the death of your friend, plays no part in the dream when you
    • death is behind this dream-picture, is it not self-evident
    • that you do not share his death experience? There is no
    • real meeting with the soul of X. The thought of death never
    • Furthermore the thought of death never occurs to me because
    • the world of spirit which we enter at death. The memory which
    • the gates of death exercise an influence on this world
    • after death ... and especially concerning the doctrine of



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