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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian era. We will
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must hear in mind that the
    • to-day in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could
    • yet ripe to receive then. In that pre-Christian epoch
    • pre-Christian age, through those Mysteries, man turned his
    • the pre-Christian World-Conception, is led to his conceptions
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • `being born' on the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • honoured in those pre-Christian Mysteries, the Sun-life was
    • else, not so important in that pre-Christian age, but very
    • specially important in our post-Christian age, and that
    • was not so important in the pre-Christian ages, because it was
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Golgotha, and, whereas in pre-Christian ages the most important
    • substantiate Christianity, so on the other hand in Saint-Simon
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • the humanity of post-Christian tines, after the Mystery of
    • pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced by his
    • physical body as the modern man does. In those pre-Christian times
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • effective working of Christ Jesus (and of this we shall speak
    • through the “Christus in mir.”
    • Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • “Nicht ich, aber das Christus in
    • mich,” “Not I, Christ in me.”
    • Thus in the first Christian Centuries it was endeavoured to
    • individual Gods, — the Christians called them Angels —
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • Nationalism, as was possible in the pre-Christian age; because in
    • the pre-Christian age it was not only a human view — that a
    • “Nations” are relics of the pre-Christian Age,
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • Augustine, who lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must bear in mind that the
    • in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could still
    • yet ripe to receive them. In that pre-Christian epoch there was
    • man with his entire being is inserted. In that pre-Christian
    • of main as the conclusion of the pre-Christian
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did not turn in the
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • honoured in those pre-Christian Mysteries, the Sun-life was
    • else, not so important in that pre-Christian age, but very
    • specially important in our post-Christian age: and that is,
    • was not so important in the pre-Christian ages, because it was
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Golgotha, and, whereas in pre-Christian ages the most important
    • substantiate Christianity, so an the other hand in Saint-Simon
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • the humanity of post-Christian times, after the Mystery of
    • of the pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced
    • pre-Christian times man really had a living consciousness of
    • took place in the development of man in pre-Christian times; he
    • consciousness. The reality, the effective working of Christ
    • to him that he is deceived; and through the “Christus in
    • mir,” “Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • “Nicht ich, aber das Christus in mich,” “Not
    • I, Christ in me.”
    • Third Hierarchy. Thus in the first Christian Centuries it was
    • place of the individual Gods, — the Christians called
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • Nationalism, as was possible in the pre-Christian age; because
    • in the pre-Christian age it was not only a human view —
    • the pre-Christian Age, and modern humanity must rise above them
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • not go back so extremely far; in the 6th, 7th, 8th pre-Christian centuries
    • fully in existence in the 6th, 7th, 8th pre-Christian centuries. It
    • of time was lost still earlier than those pre-Christian centuries. It
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • give a beautiful understanding of Christ-Jesus, or something like that,
    • in true Christianity. It is a naiveté to suppose one can win
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • with the Christ-Jahve impulse, so that you may see how, in reality,
    • the Christ-Jahve impulse flows into these streams.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • manifold indications and details I have given concerning the Christ
    • grasping themselves as persons. The Christ Impulse brought men the
    • “The Threefold Sun and the Risen Christ.”
    • now had to rise up from his own inner depths. Christ Himself had to
    • and deeply in earnest that Christ had descended from spiritual
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact;
    • every individual. The Christ, by uniting His destiny with that of
    • brilliant self-knowledge is clouded over by Ahriman. With the Christ
    • those cosmic insights which come into Earth-evolution through Christ,
    • the point that can be reached through the Christ Impulse having
    • the Christ Impulse with the help of our original evolution. From this
    • you can gather the following. There were contemporaries of Christ,
    • never reached an understanding of the Christ Impulse. When was it,
    • contemporaries of Christ, when were they ready to understand Christ?
    • exactitude before our souls. The contemporaries of Christ had
    • knowledge of Christ could dawn upon them, and they could inspire
    • century on, wrote about the Christ Impulse. Hence the writings about
    • the Christ Impulse from the third century onwards take on a special
    • people could be given an understanding of the Christ Impulse was to
    • the working of the Christ Impulse into mankind during the centuries
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • I said that even the contemporaries of Christ were unable to reach such
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact;
    • they are inspired writings of Christianity. The inspired Gospels,
    • therefore, could give expression to the truth about Christianity only
    • Tertullian I should like to ask how the external course of Christian
    • Christ, in the sacrificial death and the resurrection, by saying,
    • language, he became the creator of a Christian style. And the
    • of apologia for the Christians he writes in such a way that one
    • certain passages where Tertullian is defending the Christians
    • torture, do not deny but testify that they are Christians —
    • in the case of the Christians it is the reverse; they are
    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • and so on. But that is the belief of the Christians: the soul —
    • if only unconsciously — is confessing itself to be Christian.
    • himself belongs: Consider the Christians' God and then reflect
    • true piety, or whether true piety is what the Christians desire? Into
    • his fellow-Romans); that is precisely what the Christians do not
    • merely rational. To declare that “when the Christians say what
    • receive the truth from these demonic beings. If an accused Christian is
    • whom the demon speaks, and if the Christian is allowed to
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • 666 years after the birth of Christ — something was due to
    • matter is like this: 333 years earlier, or 333 years after Christ, we
    • the world-evolution of man; by the fact that Christ intervened, through
    • about only through the Beast being put in chains by Christ Jesus, as
    • of early Christian documents, J. Armitage Robinson, D.D., refers to
    • fact of Christ holding the Beast in balance. Certain circles knew
    • knowledge of the Christ Mysteries was to be prevented from passing into
    • but Christ in me.” These things must become ever more conscious
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • that no Christ decided to unite His divine destiny with that of earthly
    • ask the question: If we assume that the Christ through the Event of Golgotha
    • evolution through the appearance of Christ Jesus.
    • action of the Christ, he would in his own way get some feeling for
    • the destiny of Christ Jesus. What I mentioned yesterday is drawn
    • birth of Christ Jesus and the year 666. But now let us look in
    • had not yet been influenced by Christianity were obliged to wander
    • the Christ Impulse. Through the appearance of Mohammed and his
    • opponent of Christ Jesus, failed to achieve his purpose — the
    • has not developed in a direct line from anything in Christianity
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • angle has nothing directly to do with Christianity; it is the result
    • on the one hand the Christian stream, on the other hand the stream
    • Western Christian tradition the Schoolman is shown standing there
    • with his Christian doctrine and preparing to tread the Arabian men of
    • force of Christ. Look at this in the pictures arising from the
    • Christian tradition of the West, and you will understand how there
    • Christianity in opposition to all that sprang originally from the
    • Christ; all the passionate feeling about the Arabian learning
    • for him, among whom even Christ Jesus belongs. The thoughts of men
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • the external world. We may say: The year 333 after Christ represents
    • Mystery of Golgotha through the birth of Christ Jesus.
    • Athens had already come into contact with Christianity, but Justinian
    • out without reference to Christianity, without reference to the
    • may say that even the impulses which were active in non-Christian
    • of Christianity, seeking to find in Manichaeism an answer to the problems
    • that weighed on him, and only afterwards is drawn to Christianity.
    • speaking, outside the narrow circle of Christ's activity, this would
    • was defeated by the Christian impulse —
    • feel at one with. And if the Christian impulse had not come at
    • reappearance of Christ Jesus.
    • But Christ Jesus will not appear in external life, as at
    • Lucifer, Ahriman and Christ, but to have this trinity before us in
    • of our Building, the wood-carving of Christ-Lucifer-Ahriman; out of
    • given the necessary point of time in this age for finding the Christ
    • anew, for finding the Christ on a higher level, so opposition to the
    • Christ must also occur. These opposing forces were there in the past.
    • We know that Christianity prevented the aims of the Academy of
    • Christ Impulse. The persecution of the Christians by Nero, by
    • Diocletian, even the rejection of Christianity by Apollonius of
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • with the Christ-Jahve impulse, so that you may see how, in reality,
    • the Christ-Jahve impulse flows into these streams.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • manifold indications and details I have given concerning the Christ
    • grasping themselves as persons. The Christ Impulse brought men the
    • “The Threefold Sun and the Risen Christ.”
    • now had to rise up from his own inner depths. Christ Himself had to
    • and deeply in earnest that Christ had descended from spiritual
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact;
    • every individual. The Christ, by uniting His destiny with that of
    • brilliant self-knowledge is clouded over by Ahriman. With the Christ
    • those cosmic insights which come into Earth-evolution through Christ,
    • the point that can be reached through the Christ Impulse having
    • the Christ Impulse with the help of our original evolution. From this
    • you can gather the following. There were contemporaries of Christ,
    • never reached an understanding of the Christ Impulse. When was it,
    • contemporaries of Christ, when were they ready to understand Christ?
    • exactitude before our souls. The contemporaries of Christ had
    • knowledge of Christ could dawn upon them, and they could inspire
    • century on, wrote about the Christ Impulse. Hence the writings about
    • the Christ Impulse from the third century onwards take on a special
    • people could be given an understanding of the Christ Impulse was to
    • the working of the Christ Impulse into mankind during the centuries
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • I said that even the contemporaries of Christ were unable to reach such
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact;
    • they are inspired writings of Christianity. The inspired Gospels,
    • therefore, could give expression to the truth about Christianity only
    • Tertullian I should like to ask how the external course of Christian
    • Christ, in the sacrificial death and the resurrection, by saying,
    • language, he became the creator of a Christian style. And the
    • of apologia for the Christians he writes in such a way that one
    • certain passages where Tertullian is defending the Christians
    • torture, do not deny but testify that they are Christians —
    • in the case of the Christians it is the reverse; they are
    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • and so on. But that is the belief of the Christians: the soul —
    • if only unconsciously — is confessing itself to be Christian.
    • himself belongs: Consider the Christians' God and then reflect
    • true piety, or whether true piety is what the Christians desire? Into
    • his fellow-Romans); that is precisely what the Christians do not
    • merely rational. To declare that “when the Christians say what
    • receive the truth from these demonic beings. If an accused Christian is
    • whom the demon speaks, and if the Christian is allowed to
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
    Matching lines:
    • 666 years after the birth of Christ — something was due to
    • matter is like this: 333 years earlier, or 333 years after Christ, we
    • the world-evolution of man; by the fact that Christ intervened, through
    • about only through the Beast being put in chains by Christ Jesus, as
    • of early Christian documents, J. Armitage Robinson, D.D., refers to
    • fact of Christ holding the Beast in balance. Certain circles knew
    • knowledge of the Christ Mysteries was to be prevented from passing into
    • but Christ in me.” These things must become ever more conscious
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
    Matching lines:
    • that no Christ decided to unite His divine destiny with that of earthly
    • ask the question: If we assume that the Christ through the Event of Golgotha
    • evolution through the appearance of Christ Jesus.
    • action of the Christ, he would in his own way get some feeling for
    • the destiny of Christ Jesus. What I mentioned yesterday is drawn
    • birth of Christ Jesus and the year 666. But now let us look in
    • had not yet been influenced by Christianity were obliged to wander
    • the Christ Impulse. Through the appearance of Mohammed and his
    • opponent of Christ Jesus, failed to achieve his purpose — the
    • has not developed in a direct line from anything in Christianity
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • angle has nothing directly to do with Christianity; it is the result
    • on the one hand the Christian stream, on the other hand the stream
    • Western Christian tradition the Schoolman is shown standing there
    • with his Christian doctrine and preparing to tread the Arabian men of
    • force of Christ. Look at this in the pictures arising from the
    • Christian tradition of the West, and you will understand how there
    • Christianity in opposition to all that sprang originally from the
    • Christ; all the passionate feeling about the Arabian learning
    • for him, among whom even Christ Jesus belongs. The thoughts of men
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
    Matching lines:
    • the external world. We may say: The year 333 after Christ represents
    • Mystery of Golgotha through the birth of Christ Jesus.
    • Athens had already come into contact with Christianity, but Justinian
    • out without reference to Christianity, without reference to the
    • may say that even the impulses which were active in non-Christian
    • of Christianity, seeking to find in Manichaeism an answer to the problems
    • that weighed on him, and only afterwards is drawn to Christianity.
    • speaking, outside the narrow circle of Christ's activity, this would
    • was defeated by the Christian impulse —
    • feel at one with. And if the Christian impulse had not come at
    • reappearance of Christ Jesus.
    • But Christ Jesus will not appear in external life, as at
    • Lucifer, Ahriman and Christ, but to have this trinity before us in
    • of our Building, the wood-carving of Christ-Lucifer-Ahriman; out of
    • given the necessary point of time in this age for finding the Christ
    • anew, for finding the Christ on a higher level, so opposition to the
    • Christ must also occur. These opposing forces were there in the past.
    • We know that Christianity prevented the aims of the Academy of
    • Christ Impulse. The persecution of the Christians by Nero, by
    • Diocletian, even the rejection of Christianity by Apollonius of
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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