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- Title: The Dead Are With Us
- That an event is past means simply that it is farther away from us. I
- Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
- Steiner boldly announces the central 20th century spiritual event: the
- Humanity is challenged not to sleep through this event. Other related
- The Mystery of Golgotha is not only a one-time event
- and, as such, the greatest single event in all of earthly evolution.
- It is also a continuing event, an impulse that continues to be
- should be urged not to grasp this important event on earth in a
- gods, one can say. Regarding the most important event on earth,
- destiny in the world, in great events and small. What do I mean by
- happened and has no interest in what is constantly being prevented
- something that was then prevented from happening, something that
- me a particularly important, serious event. Especially now, in this
- Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
- ten, twenty, thirty, fifty, seventy years of age. But nobody in his
- fifty-year-olds, the seventy-year-olds! How human beings may be
- events happen without taking the slightest interest in them, without
- in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
- being awake, are sleeping through some momentous event, it can be seen
- epoch of the Spiritual Soul is heading towards the definite event, and
- will depend upon men themselves how this event takes effect in the
- this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
- this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
- certain events, they will be fully aware of them.
- These events can be characterised in greater detail, for to know what
- As I have said, this event ought to take place in such a way that the
- But let it be emphasised that this impending event confronts the will
- event may be and indeed are being left undone.
- instead of the event that should play a momentous part in shaping the
- life, would above all prevent men — through what would then enter
- the event of which I have told you, for if men become half devils
- to survey your life and you will find in it some event of slight or
- do not ask ourselves: What was it that was prevented from happening by
- We do not usually trouble about the things that have been prevented
- Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
- events. How?
- discovered, it is assumed that some historical event of which
- of all earthly events, the Mystery of Golgotha was to be
- good reason why this Event cannot be proved either by
- for mankind. If that Event had not taken place, humanity
- happened came to pass. Now in assessing this unique Event
- the third century after that Event. Those who had lived in
- denying the greatest of all events on Earth. When a man
- a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
- soul is too feeble to comprehend this greatest event.
- because — since this was an Event beyond the grasp of
- the Academy of Jundi-Shapur nor the Event of Golgotha can be
- on, in the seventh century. But its effects will become
- of the soul as well. This was prevented by the Mystery of
- that is so prevalent today, and which prevents man from
- Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
- plane. That an event is past simply means that it is farther
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