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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • who as a thinker is extraordinarily fascinating because he is one of
    • not because it appears as such to him, but because he is convinced that
    • in thinking he lays hold of true reality. It is because the external
    • an interesting figure because he incorporates both past and future.
    • is because that century produced many thinkers who, for lack of recognition,
    • that those who are living have no immediate access to them. This causes
    • He had produced thoughts which ought to be developed further, but because
    • this causes an undefined longing for these thoughts. Because the longing
    • In our time it is present to a particularly high degree because the
    • because all that occupy their thoughts are external or historical events.
    • is caught in a dilemma. This dilemma caused one of science's elite,
    • something very awkward that causes uncertainty the moment one looks
    • causes in people strange feelings when they hear that a spiritual world
    • penetrates the physical world. They are afraid of thinking because they
    • Yet such things are usually ignored or not taken seriously because their
    • he also loses contact with the reality of the external world because
    • occur because thoughts, which ought to relate to external events, do
    • them. Why are they overwhelmed? Because of the failure to relate concepts
    • has such excellent concentration is because he simply repeats what others
    • are in fact inadequate. This is because modern man has no interest in
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • In other words, because the amoeba, the lowest organism, is already
    • they do no great harm in individual cases because what is investigated
    • associated.” — So, according to Verworn, because blood cells
    • function of the political State. This is because there are many cultural
    • ought to be well aware; it is all the more important because this kind
    • received? Because Virchow is famous and regarded as a very important
    • it is possible to push against it; impact occurs precisely because,
    • As for the will, because it swings out too far the amount we are able
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • is exactly the same, because each individual sounds, as it were, a different
    • of, the world would be different. It is because our cognition is dependent
    • of Golgotha. This is because the brain and not the breath became the
    • man does not know he is surrounded by the Angeloi is because he transforms
    • birth because then the Angeloi dwell in his intellect.
    • today because it is not realized that through Lucifer man has been deprived
    • on earth is concerned, because He could not enter their consciousness.
    • Mary. This view comes about because for the Catholic theologian the
    • not be demonstrated by history because external history is itself distorted.
    • science is because of a subconscious fear that as soon as the Christ
    • work because he works in man. With concepts such as these it is indeed
    • only because it appears in religious documents in the Bible and so on.
    • be an inner opposition because here two worlds are in conflict. We must
    • arise in man? They do because he is inwardly too much of a coward to
    • It is because man, during recent centuries, has endeavoured to avoid
    • could only come into being through injury caused by the heat of the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • moment of this kind because I consider it symptomatic of Herman Joachim.
    • are many who have grateful memories because they have benefitted from
    • of the gravity of the situation facing us all. Nevertheless, because
    • knowledge accumulated over centuries. Just because of his high position
    • to me as something he freely chose because, from that other world his
    • accepted death because of an iron necessity, then that thought will
    • But no frontiers prevented her from working for our cause also in regions
    • like to remember today because, together with her sisters she often
    • devotion and loyalty to our spiritual-scientific movement but also because
    • cherishing them because while we do they act as forces and produce effects
    • the portal of spiritual science and then, because of lack of initiative
    • ambiguous phrase caused by negligence is against my will and to my regret.”
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • anything except to the one who speaks it. Because of the inner relationship
    • Because the human body,
    • possible only because a Being from the spiritual world, the Christ Being,
    • a jolt that it would cause an equally mighty impulse to stream as a
    • is because at that moment all the forces are present which have sustained
    • used, but is not, produces sickness in some form. Illness is caused
    • strength into consciousness because they have no inkling of what it
    • rebels and causes instability. The aim of spiritual science is to make
    • sacrifice on his part. He speaks as he does because he enjoys it, to
    • external life but the longing finds unhealthy expression because people
    • first people could speak of Christ because some had actually seen Him;
    • just because it is so essential in our time. However, this does not
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • However, it would be wrong to think that because our age is materialistic,
    • The situation is rather that people, because of their materialistic
    • one finds again and again that they decided on a project because of
    • some prophetic vision or because of some inner impulse. As I said, if
    • often than not things are done because of some spiritual influence,
    • must remain silent in regard to what is most essential. They must because
    • the particular sentence has an especially strong effect because, given
    • in order to establish what caused the terrible World War. On this basis
    • to explain the causes of this monstrous event. The reason is simply
    • that according to their very nature the most significant causes are
    • their very existence is denied because they are not, so to speak, “on
    • made important statements which have caused a great deal of indignation.
    • that this order had not yet been issued. He said this because he intended
    • are certainly cause for indignation and moralizing but so much lying
    • it.” The continuous vacillation of events caused this state of
    • kind. In order to describe the causes of events during earlier times
    • of psychology and mentions in the preface that he wrote it because the
    • are many things of which an initiate cannot speak at present because
    • It is because he wants to
    • of Philosophy. It is just because we are organized the way we are
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • clairvoyance. The reason not much is known about it is because people
    • man's relationship to the spiritual world. Naturally it can cause clashes
    • from this period is interpreted quite wrongly. This is not only because
    • sudden revelation. The reason was because he did have a dim knowledge,
    • strange today because they originated from spiritual experiences. To
    • is mainly because it is written completely out of present-day consciousness;
    • because she knows that there are things which neither natural science
    • use pictures because there is no other way to express spiritual experiences.
    • these experiences into ordinary words because words are designed for
    • his words strike us as genuine because he saw things in a much wider
    • only speaks of contradictions because he understands neither side of
    • because of his former conscious experience — even though as Luther
    • alien because it is a thinking related only to processes of dying. Not
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • the character of his time. They were in fact caused essentially by a
    • But because he was also inwardly very much a man of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • not consciously. The duality in his nature was caused by the fact that
    • a powerful link with the spiritual world which caused Luther to sense
    • to that which, because of his evolution, man in the fifth epoch could
    • because of his very nature, had to speak out of the spirit of both epochs.
    • something was lost. What they had lost was caused by the fact that in
    • are matters that go unnoticed because there is so little feeling for
    • that someone, because of family or some other connection, is entered
    • Luther was especially suited to do so because of the characteristic
    • the devil was for him a living reality mainly because he still experienced
    • organic causes, agitation, rage or other uncontrolled behaviour. Goethe's
    • could not be healed because he was too undernourished. And so he died.
    • the old just because it is old; but we must find those treasures of
    • Goethe and Schiller belong in recent cultural development because it
    • in the depth of his soul and caused him to speak the way he did. I believe
    • Because of the way history
    • lack the vigour and power required to cope with social needs, because
    • because of shortsighted, obtuse and foggy ideas, and the men fighting
    • because it makes no difference what is established as long as there
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • ways. It is only because the ‘I’ dwells in them that they
    • intellectual development, during sleep. It is because the physical and
    • us this war because of our sins and shortcomings. Uttering such phrases
    • that human life is after all influenced occasionally. It is because
    • are easy to recognize because the external phenomena themselves enforce
    • be imperfect; because evolution progresses in oscillations, not in a
    • It is impossible to convey the heaviness of heart such occurrences cause
    • one. And why? Because at what should be the most enlightened places
    • Not because people are able to refute spiritual science, but because
    • they do not want it. The reason they do not is because modern man shuns
    • insight into this polarity in human nature because of his particular
    • between reality and mere appearance. To do this causes disquiet, it
    • various causes for this failure. Attempts are often made which fail
    • events, similar in nature to those that caused the Thirty Years' War.
    • because what human beings do is often in direct revolt against the spiritual
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • deeper-lying causes of the present situation. In view of
    • is quite wrong and has arisen because modern man, with his
    • would gradually come into a condition of decline. Because
    • dependent on it caused the spirit to light up within man.
    • at that time echoes of inner spiritual vision was because
    • aware, because it was common knowledge and experience, that
    • because of this vision that the spiritual world as such
    • death, man, according to Aristotle, is incomplete because he
    • attained on earth only because of the fructification the
    • into a personality who is typical because as far as his soul
    • are, and they fear them. The fear is subconscious and because
    • feels let down because he fails to uplift. But truth which
    • merely because they deal with things that are pleasant and
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • body that cause growth and development. One can look at one's
    • the body and caused its growth and development. In that
    • God, who also caused his further growth and development. When
    • forces. This was partly because he still remembered his
    • and because he could observe growth and thriving of a similar
    • not arise because bodily forces shoot into the soul. Now
    • Already mankind's age is one year less; because of this, the
    • in the course of his normal evolution. This is because man
    • described, without levelling any criticism, as the cause for
    • their judgments because of the transparency of their abstract
    • the basis of all these abstractions — abstract because
    • he done it? He says, “Well, I have shown that because
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • details from it, because only our understanding of that
    • because it was self-evident, that those who had reached their
    • had this ability because people remained capable of
    • because natural development continued until late in life, the
    • the water spirits. This caused them, when they had reached a
    • the bodily nature itself. It came about because many not only
    • calcification, caused the soul and spirit to develop, and
    • of the earth they inhabited because they perceived its
    • physiognomy. Nothing of this is known to man today because,
    • because the stars were clearly seen.
    • Aristotle who, because he was not initiated, could not
    • —because this age is below 35 when the body begins to
    • questions concerning the arrangement of human affairs because
    • significant because here he again discusses the role of
    • seeks the Christ and does not find Him, because that is
    • Golgotha. Drews fails to find Christ because he remains at
    • based on history because it provides a concrete impetus
    • recognized as superfluous and even dangerous because it
    • ethics. It is this which has caused modern man's alienation
    • succumb to the kind of abstractions I have described because
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • into dowsing, or water divining. The war has caused great
    • because of war operations taking place in certain regions.
    • change is caused by emanations streaming upwards from the
    • divining rod, they did not become ill. The rod causes the two
    • diverts the force that would otherwise cause illness in some
    • “darkness-adapted.” He calls them this because
    • prove what causes the effect produced by the rod.
    • opinion. It is significant because no age has been so
    • arrives at physical auras. That is significant because even
    • because emanations rise from below and unite with emanations
    • remains undetected because one simply takes for granted that
    • because: “The functions of the astral body are varied.
    • has an effect and causes the “falling asleep” of
    • Because a certain individual possesses
    • India. Because he reads that imaginative knowledge, the first
    • the rest of Dessoir's book. That must be done because it is a
    • me. Race-mysticism I have never opposed because I consider it
    • clear to myself that it is because I have stopped speaking!
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • issues that caused him such inner battles, nothing actually
    • devoid of any real content. The words are used because
    • perception of the reality. This caused a certain unclarity
    • because of their inability to get anywhere near the root of
    • because their meaning continually changes in the course of time.
    • Freiburg, could discover nothing in the human soul to cause man to
    • perceived in the first place because of its influence on the
    • knowledge he sought. His answers appear so meager because
    • loosened from the physical body. This is because the first
    • No farmer speaks like that because in this realm the link
    • continuously arise because people are unwilling to consider
    • us has been caused because we live in abstractions, in
    • death — tragic, because he did have a feeling for the
    • tolerate bridges that collapse because the engineer based his
    • times because for centuries the concepts of spiritual life
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • uncomplicated has caused much disillusionment and made people
    • because of the belief that by delving into their inner being
    • causes the greatest difficulty. One often feels as if
    • insecurity. There are people who believe that because one is
    • insecure. But what causes it?
    • like pearls, and because they do we derive from them the
    • Why do we experience our inner self in this way? Because the
    • regarded as a useless pursuit because people are not striving
    • because her way of life made for more happiness than all
    • importance, because much dissatisfaction with life, and even
    • ill health, is caused by the fact that so few things occur to
    • panpsychism because people will have nothing to do with
    • soon find one is on the right path. Unfortunately, because
    • dream you always dream the future. But because you cannot
    • we awake. This is because of karma, and because the future is
    • such connections fails to notice them because they are
    • Nowhere can one find the will in man today. But why? Because
    • importance to become aware of these facts, not least because
    • because neither thinking nor willing live in us as something
    • not least because he did, through his study of Aristotle,
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • causes truth as a whole to be reduced to a copy, a picture of
    • simply because his muscles have grown stronger, and similar
    • was not possible because the sect to which his uncle belonged
    • a candidate because of the attention caused by a series of
    • because one dreaded the speech he was going to make. There
    • because through the measures I have taken various branches of
    • had strongly opposed him because of his tax laws which had
    • because materialism is bound up with the development of the
    • rather appeared to be. The occult powers who caused the war
    • years old, also became a mere puppet. This was because their
    • than his; they could be so effective because of their ability
    • convictions because all that lives in the physical world is
    • accord. However, just because that harmony was rooted solely
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • be drawn to it because we are at present at a stage of
    • The difficulty arises because people want ready-made
    • because we accept them as if they were external truths, then
    • much has happened in the last decade to cause what was then
    • world. Because the spiritual aspect is endless it can never
    • this existence has arisen because once it was in a process of
    • and complete, because they belong to what exists, not to what
    • which causes difficulty for many because they prefer what is
    • between Eastern and Western Europe, basically because what
    • none. Some may have appeared in Central Europe because these things
    • rings or other ornaments, every item different, because value
    • Oxford. They had gathered because Lord Haldane was to deliver
    • spirit. All this Haldane had been able to express because of
    • Greece”; it is so interesting because, as those will be
    • hard words and yet I say them because they are true: I
    • have caused them. I must study these footprints so that I can
    • because human beings are not ready to accept them. But if
    • evolution occurred between the epochs could only be because



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