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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • that its effect and influence are as if animals were there. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • and ideas must find other ways of taking effect besides the way
    • will depend upon men themselves how this event takes effect in the
    • concerning his relation to the animals would have had no effect at all
    • effect. Certain Angels would then themselves undergo a change — a
    • disclosed. But this much can certainly be said: The effect in the
    • their blood as the effect of the sexual life — from unfolding
    • Knowledge of the medicinal effects of certain processes and treatments
    • carry the work of the Angels into effect.
    • into my life and took effect in a truly remarkable way. You can
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • The effect
    • counter-effect through the revelation that had come in the
    • of Jundi-Shapur, however, had some effect. It left a poison
    • ineffectiveness of the physical can be seen in the
    • ineffectiveness of the spoken word to convey real truth.
    • taken effect in history. This came about because of human
    • taken effect in the souls of men had the policy of the
    • blunted in its effects, did indeed remain for humanity,
    • impulse of Jundi-Shapur had taken effect. From that
    • which, in its effect, leads to the denial of the Father
    • on, in the seventh century. But its effects will become
    • was to the effect that men must not believe in man as spirit,
    • have many effects, one of which is the following. We today
    • ineffectiveness of his efforts. This is a very real
    • experience. A certain feeling of ineffectiveness is
    • that would always be subject to the risk of ineffectiveness
    • when I use generalised terms I can speak effectively only
    • ineffectiveness which can be felt in regard to speech
    • ineffectiveness, when we realise that the moment we open our
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • such that its effects and influences are as if animals were



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