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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • that through the development of reason in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • an earlier epoch had reached higher development, would be able to inspire
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • cannot really comprehend the way man's mind worked in an earlier epoch.
    • epochs. He was destined to rescue for mankind a view of Christianity
    • made for our own epoch at the time of the Great Luther. Our age looks
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • importance the epoch itself had for his prominence and whole activity.
    • The significance of the epoch is much greater in Luther's case than
    • it is very important to be conscious of the epoch in which he appeared;
    • view of history is very early in the fifth post-Atlantean cultural epoch.
    • This epoch, as we know, began in the 15th century and the preceding
    • Graeco-Latin epoch began some eight centuries before the Mystery of
    • feelings, characteristic of the Graeco-Latin epoch, were fading in civilized
    • epoch, man's former connection with the spiritual world has grown dim.
    • kind of realization that man in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, the
    • epoch of materialism, would be deprived of contact with the spiritual
    • one hand very much a man of the fifth post-Atlantean cultural epoch.
    • cultural epoch he felt with great intensity the deprivation which the
    • people of the fifth epoch were already experiencing in his time, albeit
    • epoch — the teachings in the pre-Christian Mysteries had taken
    • epoch. He felt as related to the fourth epoch as an ancient Greek or
    • harmony with the outlook of the fifth cultural epoch but would have
    • it is replaced by another. However, in the fifth cultural epoch the
    • cultural epoch. Whereas the way man felt and experienced his place within
    • which man perforce had to have, in the fifth cultural epoch was experienced
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch.
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • evolution move in lines of ascent and descent. If one epoch has developed
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • cultural epoch, which we can do with the help of concepts
    • familiar to us from spiritual science, the epoch we usually
    • age in general in that ancient epoch? Spiritual investigation
    • epoch.
    • ancient epoch man naturally passed through the ages of 6, 12,
    • experienced today. During that epoch man felt, right up to a
    • begins. In the first post-Atlantean epoch those who reached
    • cultural epoch a veneration, a worship of old age of which
    • epoch came to an end, development lasted only up to the age
    • ancient Indian cultural epoch.
    • the second, the ancient Persian epoch. This epoch corresponds
    • In other words in this epoch man felt his spirit and soul
    • the ancient Persian epoch the soul did not participate for so
    • ancient Persian cultural epoch followed the one we designate
    • as the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch. Now mankind's age as a whole
    • epoch the fruit of development came to man of itself in the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. In this epoch mankind as a whole
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The individual human being within this
    • epoch experienced, simply through the laws governing
    • general. During this epoch the evolution of the individual
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. The fifth post-Atlantean
    • epoch which began in 1413 has not produced any ideas that are
    • it stems from the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. When concepts
    • to the fact that during the first, the ancient Indian epoch,
    • epoch this continued right into the fifties of a person's
    • ancient Indian epoch, the dependence persisted, and this is
    • environment. Thus in that ancient epoch, when man had passed
    • the ancient Persian epoch during which, as described, man's
    • Chaldean-Egyptian epoch. Mankind's general age dropped to
    • clouded over. Towards the end of this epoch it was really
    • post-Atlantean epoch man was still strongly conscious that in
    • the fourth post-Atlantean epoch all this changes. During this
    • epoch mankind's age corresponded to that of individual man
    • between 35 and 28. At the beginning of this epoch, which
    • Spirit. However, at the end of the first third of that epoch,
    • was the case later in the fifth epoch. Man was still
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Mankind's age dropped to 28 and
    • will drop to 21 during this epoch. As I have mentioned we
    • fifth epoch progresses, there should develop a healthy sense
    • vivid in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch right up to the 15th
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • they were unknown in the first postAtlantean epoch. It would
    • The people of the first post-Atlantean epoch did not
    • described applies to the first post-Atlantean epoch. Things
    • changed in the following epoch, in the course of which
    • second post-Atlantean epoch the natural ability of the human
    • first epoch. His soul-spirit being remained dependent on the
    • the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch, the ability to experience
    • Egyptian-Chaldean cultural epoch, in the course of normal
    • main form of worship in the third epoch was a star cult.
    • imagination and music of the spheres. In the third epoch
    • fourth epoch when the surrounding spiritual world had faded
    • perceived and experienced. By the fourth epoch it had all
    • so on. At the beginning of the second epoch this ability
    • beginning of the third, the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch it lasted
    • Graeco-Latin epoch began in the year of 747
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch during which through human
    • first post-Atlantean cultural epoch the patriarchs when they
    • any way remained through the Greek epoch up to our own? The
    • men of genius appearing during the fifth cultural epoch will
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • epochs of which the fifth is the one we live in.
    • that we live in the fifth epoch of post-Atlantean times, the
    • first epoch being the ancient Indian, the second the ancient
    • the historical personality of that name. Other epochs
    • epoch was gradually prepared within the fourth, and that the
    • fourth, fifth and sixth centuries of the fourth epoch were
    • a new civilization-epoch was preparing in Europe. The
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. (pp. 218-219)
    • sixth centuries” the fifth epoch was being prepared; as
    • and he writes: “We live in the sixth epoch.”
    • calls the Lemurian epoch and places it in a country that was
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • Indian epoch, at the beginning of which mankind's age was 56.
    • post-Atlantean epoch, namely, the body's decline, its
    • know, during that epoch the age of mankind receded from 56 to
    • 55, 54 and so on, so that at the end of the epoch his natural
    • following, the ancient Persian epoch, mankind's age receded
    • from 49 to 42. During the third, the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch,
    • Graeco-Latin epoch from the .age of 35 to 28. This means that
    • epoch. When it began, the age of mankind was 28 and by now
    • beginning of the Graeco-Latin epoch, about 747
    • that in the first, the ancient Indian epoch, man developed
    • the ether body, in the ancient Persian epoch the sentient
    • body. Then in the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch he developed the
    • sentient soul, in the Graeco-Latin epoch the intellectual
    • soul, and in our epoch the consciousness soul. However, in
    • the present epoch no other people anywhere are in the
    • therefore representative of the materialism of the epoch,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • epoch, as we did last time, it would, in the
    • him while contemplating the consecutive epochs in mankind's
    • evolution, and noticing how one epoch develops out of the
    • evolution occurred between the epochs could only be because
    • they had attained over from epoch A to epoch B, to epoch C,
    • would have created the various epochs. History gains sense
    • themselves carry over impulses from one epoch to the next.

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