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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into then. To-day,
    • to-morrow, and the day after, I will therefore bring forward
    • certain historical, and also a few objective facts; and to-day
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • matters. To-day one must know something which neither Augustine
    • Man.” To-day we must admit: The belief that one can come
    • inner Being as man, as it offers itself to-day, — the
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • our age to-day, who experiences his inner being in a different
    • old atavistic clairvoyance. History to-day unfortunately
    • in one's inner being. It is not a question to-day of proving
    • to-day in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could
    • various phenomena connected to-day with the present Moon, with
    • see, my dear friends, that which we think to-day, that which we
    • feel to-day in our present life on Earth, has not as yet any
    • reality. This is even recognised to-day, by a few
    • gleam, (Schein). To-day it is still but a gleam, but in our
    • see how from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • Augustine sought that firm point. To-day we only want to bring
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • world, I told you in yesterday's lecture that in his waking
    • man by day; in his waking condition there only comes to his
    • would experience not a mirror-image, as by day, but the true form
    • consciousness by day; and it comes to man by day when he is awake,
    • body is dumped down; and by day, when man is awake, he loses his
    • should not be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when
    • about with him. But man does not feel that today? he feels as
    • by our body. Mankind is subject naturally to this delusion to-day.
    • bound up with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • natural phenomena. Man to-day places his soul in his flesh and
    • external nature. He had no Natural Science such as we have to-day,
    • accessible to him to-day, he cannot regard his ideals as operative,
    • cannot look into the Cosmos both by day and by night, where the
    • consciousness by day — that means an Ahriman-free
    • that, that which is the Ordering of Nature to-day, will crumble
    • and when that which to-day is Nature no longer exists, then another
    • to-day constitutes our ideals will become Nature in the next epoch.
    • So we can say, to-day we experience an Ordering of Nature, (see
    • at a certain definite point of time; and that which to-day
    • perception held by the present-day universal perception and view of
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into them. To-day,
    • to-morrow, and the day after, I will therefore bring forward
    • certain historical, and also a few objective facts; and to-day
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • But one has to things differently about these things to-day, if
    • matters. To-day one must know something which neither Augustine
    • Man.” To-day we must admit: The belief that one can come
    • inner being as man, as it offers itself to-day, — the
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • to-day, who experiences his inner being in a different way from
    • clairvoyance. History to-day unfortunately notices those things
    • not a question to-day of proving whether St. Augustine himself
    • atavistic perceptions and the newer ones, which are only to-day
    • phenomena connected to-day with the present Moon, with this
    • see, my dear friends, that which we think to-day, that which we
    • feel to-day in our present life on Earth, has not as yet any
    • reality. This is even recognised to-day, by a few
    • To-day it in still but a gleam, but in our earthly incarnation
    • see hew from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • Augustine sought that firm point. To-day we only want to bring
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • true certainty about the world. I told you in yesterday's
    • come to the consciousness of man by day: in his waking
    • condition, he would experience not a mirror-image, as by day,
    • clearest of all to man's consciousness by day; and it comes to
    • man by day when he is awake, because, from the moment of
    • damped down; and by day, when man is awake, he loses his
    • be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when awake,
    • him. But man does not feel that to-day; he feels as if the
    • delusion to-day. With his present consciousness he cannot
    • with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • to-day places his soul in his flesh and blood, the man of old
    • had no Natural Science such as we have to-day, but he
    • with the consciousness accessible to him to-day, he cannot
    • Cosmos both by day and by night, where the bridge has to be
    • built. If only man could have a normal consciousness by day
    • would know that, that which is the Ordering of Nature to-day,
    • Nature destroys itself and when that which to-day is Nature no
    • in its place, and that which to-day constitutes our ideals will
    • become Nature in the next epoch. So we can say, to-day we
    • and that which to-day constitutes our ideal Order, forms the
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • ideas which we have today, which live in us and which we put every moment
    • differently. Today I will speak of what are apparently the most ordinary
    • past, of which, however, something still exists today for especially
    • for man today. Even in the early Greek ages when the soul experienced
    • Today man has at most a
    • above and below men felt the right, and left. Today we must use abstractions
    • today is the abstract second dimension. The above and below, the right
    • universe all that today we call the intelligence, the reasoning of the
    • Today space has become an
    • things, but it shall not occupy our time today. I will only point out
    • felt in the same way I have described today. Why have the ancient Rabbis
    • felt what I have shown you today concerning mankind. If science could
    • abstraction to the man of old that it is to us today. But the concrete
    • of space. If one reads Plato or Aristotle today with a real understanding,
    • and Aristotle today, not as is often done by a schoolmaster, but with
    • looking right back to the “Ancient of Days”, and eneompassing
    • that elementary experience, which today speaks from friend to friend,
    • said that perhaps one does not need such a perspective today for life
    • death, But we cannot consider today how the below and the above interweave,
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • one's life with knowledge, that must be said today as a necessity of
    • which one must place before men today, so that they may learn to grasp
    • already done in the course of today's lecture) — the Luciferic
    • spoke yesterday of how in early times men had the experience of space
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • we have gathered from our recent lectures, including yesterday's lecture,
    • you know the point of time in the earthly sense when present-day humanity
    • What is less mineral today in the earth less inclined to the crystalisation-tendency
    • science of today. But it is a fact which natural science with its present
    • And if some day natural science is guided more into the right path of
    • Goetheanism than it can be today, when it is hardly so at all. Then
    • today is not disturbed by recognising polarity, but he will not approach
    • at certain phenomena of present-day culture we must consider to what
    • of what is taking place today. I said then: The reason why spiritual
    • world today would certainly not understand us.
    • which you are not at all willing today to picture in its intensity!
    • oneself through to spiritual life today is to begin to deal with the
    • People nowadays are not inclined to consider what grows out of some affair
    • which as is shown precisely by our instances today — however
    • being done in the world today from many different quarters on the
    • let it be recapitulated what I said at the beginning of today's lecture:
    • in the cultural life of today as befits a man of the present who is
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • To-day and in the
    • next few days I should like to draw from our recent studies some
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • contradistinction to the prejudices of present-day natural
    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • you by saying: If we look upon this as man's present-day being
    • to develop this knowledge of man. To-day, knowledge of man is
    • never been further off than it is to-day. But what is meant here is
    • To-day he must begin consciously to enter the realm in which lives his
    • judgments in natural science are formed nowadays — for example,
    • in a grotesque way to-day by many so-called scientists — we can
    • place in a few days; it will be far away; so it is certainly not old,
    • for a few days ago it was not yet there, but somewhere quite else.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • To-day it
    • which it is seen to-day.
    • The man of to-day sees the sun as a physical body. The influence of the
    • an operative effect. For what did we speak of yesterday as
    • I referred to yesterday — wanting to rule by exploiting the
    • anyone wishing to seek for it again to-day finds the most important
    • to-day — I have mentioned this recently — say: “In
    • to-day inspiration is devilish; we may not venture to strive for
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • Yesterday
    • thing I said yesterday is that man, with the understanding he possesses
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Hence I stated yesterday something which will quite
    • to-day I want to put forward, as a particularly characteristic case
    • the end of our studies to-day — a typical ecclesiastical author
    • speaking yesterday, and have repeated in essence to-day.
    • the present day.
    • such a man is very rare, even in those days when the supersensible
    • words during our studies of the day before yesterday. These two
    • telling you in the last few days to work upon you in the right way.
    • indeed, because in the last days of antiquity and out of a corrupted
    • forces have remnants which can be seen still active to-day. For what
    • must you admit if you take in earnest the words I have spoken to-day
    • natural science in its present-day form. What Anthroposophy has to
    • science that is correct in the sense of to-day.
    • Anthroposophy does not contradict the natural science of to-day. It
    • An Egyptian of ancient days, in the older and better period of Egypt,
    • socialistic groups to-day an atavistic world-outlook prevails), so
    • senses, in accordance with the outlook of to-day, these facts cannot
    • take the other matter of which I was speaking yesterday, that only
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • speak thus have right on their side, for most educated people to-day
    • followed to-day by most people who have any kind of schooling
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • takes a scientific direction. Nowadays for most people religion is
    • ancestors had this belief! They certainly had it. To-day we will take
    • conception of the spiritual world; for to-day it is not the spiritual
    • I have often cited a present-day philosopher, little known by his
    • Wahle might be called a spokesman of the men of to-day; in fact we could
    • amount of ingenuity of the kind that is possible to-day, and that in
    • less negative character, knowledge about present-day natural science.
    • which to-day are formed about nature in the most learned way, we
    • to represent the Gods, to-day they are invented to represent the
    • into the men of to-day there can enter only what comes through the
    • to-day are of primeval origin, springing from times when atavistic
    • forces were still strong; for people to-day, when impulses for action
    • how in these days men are willing only to question nature — and
    • clear to you something important in the situation we are facing to-day.
    • to-day but 1918 minus 666, or 1252; for this being would have
    • phenomena were planned. If you consider the scientific ideals of to-day
    • I have said to-day, you will not be surprised that the writer of the
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • Yesterday we
    • then we never achieve a real, correct valuation of events. If to-day,
    • otherwise have done; if we are thus prevented from being next day in
    • would have happened? Now I told you yesterday that in the year 666,
    • been unripe for it. It is hardly possible to-day to picture what
    • planet — were to land one day on the earth, naturally
    • the destiny of Christ Jesus. What I mentioned yesterday is drawn
    • can be a guide to the important facts of human life to-day.
    • teaching I spoke of yesterday was given — a teaching which in
    • endeavour — just as I told you yesterday — was on behalf
    • scientific method of thinking, as I described it for you yesterday,
    • little do men to-day know of the sources of what is working in their
    • themselves from the confusion of to-day, the confusion of recent
    • that to-day they are inclined to look at everything from a scientific
    • disconnected information given to-day in school-books about
    • prevents men to-day from turning to Spiritual Science, which alone
    • Now yesterday
    • to-day in academies and universities as psychology. And this image
    • who can really get through to what remains to-day of the intended knowledge
    • outer world to-day; they are still considered paradoxical. You know how
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Yesterday
    • yesterday to follow up how a certain mood of spirit, or mood of soul,
    • still only looked back to the old days, as Julian the Apostate did.
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • Sábúr to the fore. As I said yesterday,
    • later, in the days of the Emperor Augustus there was to be an
    • realms even to-day. There are Freemasons who say the most curious
    • just what I find so beautiful about Freemasonry to-day; everyone can
    • preserved in our present-day science, so has the after-effect
    • to-day are facing a turning-point. The time is rather shorter because
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • Thus to-day, in the first third of the twentieth century, we are
    • to drag in merely an old cult, as is so often done to-day, when seeds
    • to-day they incline towards a misunderstood Catholicism, as
    • science which is to-day extolled as the salvation of the world
    • souls to-day by divine evolution. Hence it is not surprising that at
    • to-day, with no need to do anything more. They would have been
    • Catholicism, or any other present-day movements, in the way I have
    • been speaking to-day, to be understood from the standpoint of the
    • Rector of Vienna University); to-day it is appropriate to say that
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • To-day and in the
    • next few days I should like to draw from our recent studies some
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • contradistinction to the prejudices of present-day natural
    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • you by saying: If we look upon this as man's present-day being
    • to develop this knowledge of man. To-day, knowledge of man is
    • never been further off than it is to-day. But what is meant here is
    • To-day he must begin consciously to enter the realm in which lives his
    • judgments in natural science are formed nowadays — for example,
    • in a grotesque way to-day by many so-called scientists — we can
    • place in a few days; it will be far away; so it is certainly not old,
    • for a few days ago it was not yet there, but somewhere quite else.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • To-day it
    • which it is seen to-day.
    • The man of to-day sees the sun as a physical body. The influence of the
    • an operative effect. For what did we speak of yesterday as
    • I referred to yesterday — wanting to rule by exploiting the
    • anyone wishing to seek for it again to-day finds the most important
    • to-day — I have mentioned this recently — say: “In
    • to-day inspiration is devilish; we may not venture to strive for
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • Yesterday
    • thing I said yesterday is that man, with the understanding he possesses
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Hence I stated yesterday something which will quite
    • to-day I want to put forward, as a particularly characteristic case
    • the end of our studies to-day — a typical ecclesiastical author
    • speaking yesterday, and have repeated in essence to-day.
    • the present day.
    • such a man is very rare, even in those days when the super-sensible
    • words during our studies of the day before yesterday. These two
    • telling you in the last few days to work upon you in the right way.
    • indeed, because in the last days of antiquity and out of a corrupted
    • forces have remnants which can be seen still active to-day. For what
    • must you admit if you take in earnest the words I have spoken to-day
    • natural science in its present-day form. What Anthroposophy has to
    • science that is correct in the sense of to-day.
    • Anthroposophy does not contradict the natural science of to-day. It
    • An Egyptian of ancient days, in the older and better period of Egypt,
    • socialistic groups to-day an atavistic world-outlook prevails), so
    • senses, in accordance with the outlook of to-day, these facts cannot
    • take the other matter of which I was speaking yesterday, that only
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • speak thus have right on their side, for most educated people to-day
    • followed to-day by most people who have any kind of schooling
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • takes a scientific direction. Nowadays for most people religion is
    • ancestors had this belief! They certainly had it. To-day we will take
    • conception of the spiritual world; for to-day it is not the spiritual
    • I have often cited a present-day philosopher, little known by his
    • Wahle might be called a spokesman of the men of to-day; in fact we could
    • amount of ingenuity of the kind that is possible to-day, and that in
    • less negative character, knowledge about present-day natural science.
    • which to-day are formed about nature in the most learned way, we
    • to represent the Gods, to-day they are invented to represent the
    • into the men of to-day there can enter only what comes through the
    • to-day are of primeval origin, springing from times when atavistic
    • forces were still strong; for people to-day, when impulses for action
    • how in these days men are willing only to question nature — and
    • clear to you something important in the situation we are facing to-day.
    • to-day but 1918 minus 666, or 1252; for this being would have
    • phenomena were planned. If you consider the scientific ideals of to-day
    • I have said to-day, you will not be surprised that the writer of the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • Yesterday we
    • then we never achieve a real, correct valuation of events. If to-day,
    • otherwise have done; if we are thus prevented from being next day in
    • would have happened? Now I told you yesterday that in the year 666,
    • been unripe for it. It is hardly possible to-day to picture what
    • planet — were to land one day on the earth, naturally
    • the destiny of Christ Jesus. What I mentioned yesterday is drawn
    • can be a guide to the important facts of human life to-day.
    • teaching I spoke of yesterday was given — a teaching which in
    • endeavour — just as I told you yesterday — was on behalf
    • scientific method of thinking, as I described it for you yesterday,
    • little do men to-day know of the sources of what is working in their
    • themselves from the confusion of to-day, the confusion of recent
    • that to-day they are inclined to look at everything from a scientific
    • disconnected information given to-day in school-books about
    • prevents men to-day from turning to Spiritual Science, which alone
    • Now yesterday
    • to-day in academies and universities as psychology. And this image
    • who can really get through to what remains to-day of the intended knowledge
    • outer world to-day; they are still considered paradoxical. You know how
    • 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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    • Yesterday
    • yesterday to follow up how a certain mood of spirit, or mood of soul,
    • still only looked back to the old days, as Julian the Apostate did.
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • Sábúr to the fore. As I said yesterday,
    • later, in the days of the Emperor Augustus there was to be an
    • realms even to-day. There are Freemasons who say the most curious
    • just what I find so beautiful about Freemasonry to-day; everyone can
    • preserved in our present-day science, so has the after-effect
    • to-day are facing a turning-point. The time is rather shorter because
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • Thus to-day, in the first third of the twentieth century, we are
    • to drag in merely an old cult, as is so often done to-day, when seeds
    • to-day they incline towards a misunderstood Catholicism, as
    • science which is to-day extolled as the salvation of the world
    • souls to-day by divine evolution. Hence it is not surprising that at
    • to-day, with no need to do anything more. They would have been
    • Catholicism, or any other present-day movements, in the way I have
    • been speaking to-day, to be understood from the standpoint of the
    • Rector of Vienna University); to-day it is appropriate to say that
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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