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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • to the Christ. Just as the force of Jehovah is related to man's process
    • of breathing so is the force of Christ, indeed the whole Mystery of
    • The necessary window was opened when the Being of Christ, through the
    • How can I find a relationship to Christ? Certainly it is a question
    • world through the impulse coming from Christ just as he sees external
    • etc. are seen, nor do we see the Christ impulse through which we see
    • by historic means. To seek for Christ historically like any other event
    • is inherent in the Mystery of Golgotha that Christ Jesus cannot be found
    • before Christ had descended to the earth man knew, through his atavistic
    • clairvoyance, that Christ was there above in the spiritual world and
    • experience, of the Christ who was to come. It is a paradox that man
    • could know of Christ as long as He had not yet come to the earth. From
    • Just as one experiences the eye when one perceives, so the Christ-event
    • from early on, in the development of Christianity, faith was emphasized
    • rather than knowledge. Christians were not to expect knowledge concerning
    • where the impulse of Christ fights the impulse of Ahriman. Man's evolution,
    • over and above mere faith with which to establish the Christ impulse
    • what we call the impulse of Christ. It will enable him to find within
    • himself the strong force with which to protect the Christ impulse in
    • his consciousness against the attacks of Ahriman. The Christ impulse
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • does not discover: the Christ impulse which lives, or at least can live,
    • in modern man. He points to Christ in only one place — two other
    • places where he mentions Christ have no significance — and what
    • human beings only know ourselves through Jesus Christ; that we know
    • life and death only through Jesus Christ; through ourselves alone we
    • comes from within man yet does not stem from himself; i.e. the Christ
    • Christ. This, once more, is an example of someone who is striving for
    • truth yet cannot find the Christ and is unaware that he does not find
    • he leaves out is the Mystery of Golgotha. He speaks of Christianity
    • with reason and the like can lead to Christ; it can lead only to a universal
    • God. Christ, the God who descended from cosmic heights into earthly
    • and ourselves only through being permeated by Christ. This truth can
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • Christ impulse, how does one come near the Being of Christ? In one form
    • that seeking Christ is deeply connected with the nature of the human
    • between the Being of Christ and the human ‘I’ the Christ
    • the Mystery of Christ are actual means by which we draw near the Christ.
    • It is through feeling- and will-filled contemplation of Christ that
    • in relation to the Event of Christ. Historically, the present is a significant
    • possible only because a Being from the spiritual world, the Christ Being,
    • the far-reaching meaning of the Rosicrucian saying: In Christo Morimur,
    • in Christ we die. These words express in a sense the very meaning of
    • the Christ? All one can say about this is that so many and so far-reaching
    • has been said with the Mystery of Golgotha: Christ had incarnated in
    • of death? The Christ-being, that lived for three years in and through
    • consciousness is drawn together. Did not the Christ have to lead Jesus
    • we too may hope to attain an intensified comprehension of Christ. This
    • with it the Christ Impulse. We are preparing ourselves to receive it
    • the Christ Impulse. However what meets us at death we can understand
    • Christ, it is only when we are free of the etheric body that the astral
    • Christ had — in dying on Golgotha — entrusted to Jesus as
    • had to occur: Jesus, in whom the Christ dwelt, rose to new life through
    • Christianity is the Resurrection. Anything calling itself by that name
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • dog would be the best Christian. Similarly if fear is the criterion
    • not arrive at any real awareness of Christ. He allies himself with the
    • most prominent Christian institution of the day, that of Rome. But despite
    • of any conscious search for the Christ Impulse. Yet the most pressing
    • need in our time is to gain an ever clearer understanding of the Christ
    • is a Christian; nor is that possible through natural science if one
    • remains within its limits. To become a Christian something quite different
    • in what he will become through Christ.
    • this philosophy to the Christ Spirit; just as a bridge can be built
    • thinking the Christ Spirit cannot be attained. Consequently as long
    • that belongs to pre-Christian times, philosophy will continue to cloud
    • the issue of Christianity.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • one, at a time when preparation for Christianity was being made in the
    • was said concerning Christianity during those later centuries. Through
    • for Christianity, which lasted more than half a millennium during the
    • very spiritual concepts and ideas concerning Christianity and the Bible
    • fruits of what was taught in the pre-Christian Mysteries. Luther was
    • way for the founding of Christianity. What he absorbed in these Mysteries
    • epochs. He was destined to rescue for mankind a view of Christianity
    • mysteries preparing for Christianity and then had an intermediate incarnation
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • a former incarnation, in the pre-Christian Mysteries that prepared the
    • way for Christianity. Nevertheless he was in the fullest sense a true
    • epoch — the teachings in the pre-Christian Mysteries had taken
    • of Christian Rosenkreutz and the “Chymical Wedding” by Johann
    • of the Christ Being passes into man as he receives the bread and the
    • in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch he interpreted in the light of Christianity.
    • He understood it in the Christian, or better said Biblical sense, as
    • Christ. Schiller said: No, something else is present in man: in the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • point to a deep truth uttered by Christ Jesus but one which people will
    • plane. Christ said: “The kingdom of God is within you.”
    • The Christ Principle is understood rightly only when one strives to
    • presumption or lack of humility, of how the first Christians in early
    • later what had become of that old order whose treatment of early Christianity
    • magnitude as Christianity itself. What today dominates the world as
    • Christianity evolving below in the catacombs.
    • Valentin Andrae wrote The Chymical Wedding of Christian
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • and that just at this point in time Christ Jesus reached the
    • that point the death on Golgotha took place. Christ Jesus had
    • earth received when the Christ Spirit united with the
    • evolution and the age and death of Christ Jesus. I can think
    • post-Atlantean epoch and the age of 33 of Christ Jesus just
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • Christ.
    • Christ-God—who had not yet descended to earthly
    • spirit lives. Consciousness of the cosmic Christ was general.
    • of mankind, 35, he still had imaginative knowledge of the Christ
    • Christ gradually faded. Then came the event which replaced
    • dropped to that of 33, the cosmic Christ descended to the
    • earth and entered the body of Jesus of Nazareth. The Christ
    • bodily development, through the impulse initiated by Christ.
    • to recognize Christ must be regarded as a misfortune, a
    • tragic destiny, for Christ — from the external world
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • development proceeded only up to that age, and Christ, in the
    • the Christ Spirit approached man from outside. You see how
    • essential was the Christ Spirit's entry into mankind's
    • mankind's age receded to 33, Christ had to come from other
    • the spirit reveals Christ's entry into human evolution as an
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse can be seen at every
    • Christ Jesus in the modern world.
    • what was called the “Christ Myth” to show that it
    • discusses Christ Jesus from an odd point of view. In the June
    • “Jesus Christ and German Piety.” He builds up the
    • especially if one is German, the truth about Jesus Christ
    • Drews, no historical Christ Jesus can be found through
    • Christ is interspersed in the writings of Harnack,
    • path can lead only to a general Godhead. Christ cannot be
    • understood by Drews. In Boehme the Christ can be found for it
    • is of Him that he speaks. Christ is to be found neither in
    • seeks the Christ and does not find Him, because that is
    • the age of Christ Jesus in relation to the Mystery of
    • Golgotha. Drews fails to find Christ because he remains at
    • find a general God but not Christ. It is an outlook that is
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • “The Christ or Sun-man taught seven great
    • Christ as the higher “I” (p. 191) which is
    • Christ or Sun-man.” Dessoir presents things at times
    • to speak about Christian Science. You know how much
    • connection I have had with that! My relation to Christian
    • always answered to questions about Christian Science, It is
    • utterly materialistic; furthermore, this so-called Christian
    • Science has no right to call itself Christian. Dessoir
    • is irreconcilable with the spirit of Christianity; a
    • the Gospels as precedent. Christianity proclaims with
    • God's mercy and the sacrificial death of Jesus. Christian
    • Science is not Christian. (243)
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • today are in their second incarnation since the Christian
    • they received the Christ impulse from their immediate
    • people are gradually losing the Christ impulse. Were people
    • received the Christ impulse anew they would have lost it
    • Christ find entry into human souls in the form presented by
    • to historical evidence but is able to relate the Christ
    • Christ impulse the way we did in our first incarnation after
    • the Christ event. That is why we are going not only through
    • Christ impulse. Traditions no longer suffice. People are
    • honest who say that there is no proof of historical Christ.
    • But spiritual knowledge enables man to discover the Christ
    • course of external events shows the necessity for the Christ
    • there is only one answer: Christianity. Strange as it may
    • seem to many, the greatest loss has been to Christianity.
    • Wherever you look you see a denial of Christianity. Most
    • things that are done are a direct mockery of Christianity,
    • mankind. Can that really be said to be a Christian view? I
    • simply whether the idea is Christian or not. And is it
    • Christian? Most emphatically it is not. A view based on
    • Christianity would be that nations should come to agreement
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • being we speak of as the Christ? One cannot give a simple
    • which Christ lives. As you all know, only once, at the time
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, did Christ walk on the earth as a
    • If today one wants to draw near to Christ one must seek Him
    • consciousness in which the Christ can be truly experienced.
    • cannot comprehend the Christ with the ordinary thinking that
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • mankind's age had receded to 33, Christ Jesus, aged 33,
    • arise through the Christ impulse. It is simply a fact that

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