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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • known only to a few: African Spir,
    • African Spir was an original
    • was published in 1873. African Spir came to recognize, intuitively as
    • African Spir was one of
    • For African Spir this was
    • by certain mystics, African Spir comes to the realization that everything
    • African Spir felt that man
    • in that century. African Spir was such a thinker. If we read his writings,
    • real name was African Alexandrovitch. He was a Russian transplanted
    • this in mind we realize that African Spir was born with an inner disposition
    • of nature. African Spir knew instinctively that his being was rooted
    • African Spir was unable
    • no more than mental images reflecting the physical world. What in African
    • what had been there before as a living reality. African Spir is such
    • a man like African Spir will be seen as a symptom of the soul element
    • were condemned to isolation. African Spir is a characteristic example.
    • that when a thinker such as African Spir dies he simply disappears as
    • When a thinker like African
    • before your mind's eye such a thinker as African Spir, it is not for
    • to inscribe in your souls a picture of African Spir, something comes
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • vile, mean action of the war in South Africa. With Celtic

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