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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • When once in Rome someone
    • Rome in the light of the dogma of Infallibility, then a powerful dam
    • the time when Rome prepared the Infallibility-dogma — must be
    • as Rome has promoted it through the papal Infallibility. Through the
    • Infallibility-dogma Rome has intended to erect a dam against the influx
    • speak about Rome as a rule what they say is correct, and however much
    • they inveigh against Rome they say what is right. They too, however,
    • And again, when Rome speaks
    • can therefore say that what Rome says is right, what the Freemasons
    • principles of the occult Orders, though they are kept secret. Rome works
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • hardening of mankind, were brought under regulation by Rome. This was
    • done by Rome in the ninth century, in 869, at the Council of
    • whole matter of inspiration became too far-fetched for Rome,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • turning to the ways of Rome he said: Do men pray when they
    • abstractions of Rome, for he was permeated with a lively sense of the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • significant epoch which ran its course from the founding of Rome, 747
    • things, especially in Rome, when the impulse of the Mystery of
    • theoretical question: How were things in Rome when the Mystery of
    • question must be asked: How was it looked upon, especially in Rome?
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • the past, wished to introduce into Rome — all this was unknown
    • been revived in Rome with a much greater display of brilliance than
    • Augustus and his supporters that there should go out from Rome
    • supporters in Rome would not have wanted the Consciousness Soul
    • developed in Rome very different from anything experienced earlier in
    • what it was intended to bring about in Rome at that time — a
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha was founded chiefly in Rome
    • attitude comes from what has been poured out into the world by Rome.
    • not from the Mystery of Golgotha, but from Rome, and it has developed
    • Augustus in Rome was aiming at something quite unconnected with the
    • all this came about because some people in Rome did their utmost to
    • ritual, which are both misunderstood, we must refer to Rome, in fact
    • to present-day Rome, to the Rome that has become great especially
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • hardening of mankind, were brought under regulation by Rome. This was
    • done by Rome in the ninth century, in 869, at the Council of
    • whole matter of inspiration became too far-fetched for Rome,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • turning to the ways of Rome he said: Do men pray when they
    • abstractions of Rome, for he was permeated with a lively sense of the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • significant epoch which ran its course from the founding of Rome, 747
    • things, especially in Rome, when the impulse of the Mystery of
    • theoretical question: How were things in Rome when the Mystery of
    • question must be asked: How was it looked upon, especially in Rome?
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • the past, wished to introduce into Rome — all this was unknown
    • been revived in Rome with a much greater display of brilliance than
    • Augustus and his supporters that there should go out from Rome
    • supporters in Rome would not have wanted the Consciousness Soul
    • developed in Rome very different from anything experienced earlier in
    • what it was intended to bring about in Rome at that time — a
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha was founded chiefly in Rome
    • attitude comes from what has been poured out into the world by Rome.
    • not from the Mystery of Golgotha, but from Rome, and it has developed
    • Augustus in Rome was aiming at something quite unconnected with the
    • all this came about because some people in Rome did their utmost to
    • ritual, which are both misunderstood, we must refer to Rome, in fact
    • to present-day Rome, to the Rome that has become great especially



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