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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • because, amongst other things, he beholds a corpse.
    • to be able to turn away from death. The corpse is that from
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • hundred years Before Golgotha, the turning away from a corpse
    • Crucifix, a turning towards death, towards a corpse, in
    • order to create those forces from that Corpse, by which one can
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • turning towards the Corpse — the Corpse of that
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • other things, he beholds a corpse. “Death is
    • turn away from death. The corpse is that from which Buddha
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • hundred years Before Golgotha, the turning away from a corpse
    • Crucifix, a turning towards death, towards a corpse, in
    • order to create those forces from that Corpse, by which one can
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • turning towards the Corpse — the Corpse of that Being Who
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • into the human form — not the animal form. Every corpse which
    • other way, every corpse deserted by its spirit and soul and in which
    • crystalise and deals with the corpse in that way. It can never arrive



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