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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • with matter. And the blind alley into which one may stray along
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer bear this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • Saint Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • feeling, of belonging to the entire earthly humanity, for it
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the external
    • and when that which to-day is Nature no longer exists, then another
    • dream-ideal will no longer be there, it will have been
    • longer the case! Not through the Mystery of Golgotha, for that was
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
    • the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer permeates it. Hence,
    • that Spiritualism can develop alongside it, for in Augusts Comte
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • the blind alley into which one may stray along the various
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer boar this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer it wasted
    • Saint-Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • we seek to evoke this very feeling, of belonging to the entire
    • raise ourselves above the deception which belongs to the
    • with flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the
    • longer exists, then another external sense-reality will appear
    • will no longer be there, it will have been buried.”
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha, and that was then no longer
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times;
    • how the concept of Truth can lead the soul of man along many
    • was actually the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer
    • alongside it, for in Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon we find an
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • and left belonged to the flat plane, to the surface which can have no
    • of the below; and belonging to it, the conception of the real above
    • that which belongs to duration his whole life through from birth to
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • soon, it would have happened long ago if these beings had conquered,
    • then feelings arise which are not there as long as one remains merely
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • to materialistic ideas for a sufficiently long time, as our age has
    • able to dissolve the salt completely, so that it is no longer there
    • this crystalising tendency is no longer there — has been dissolved,
    • no longer remain any tendency at all to crystalisation. The totality
    • research only along the lines of modern natural science cannot build
    • which makes one long to proclaim it — makes one long to cry out to
    • which is definitely not to be regarded as belonging to its own
    • The toxic effect, however, no longer changes the individuality of the
    • nobles — they belong already far too much to the antitoxic, working
    • now above. Personality no longer counts; it is a matter of the money
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • consider man in a spiritual sense, we can no longer speak only of
    • spiritual Powers whom we have recognised as belonging to the
    • of forces that actually belongs to us; we always see something
    • reckon with the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic. Now in all that belongs
    • forces that truly belong to us, we should feel an interest in our
    • should really, according to their essential nature, belong to the
    • to everything that belongs to our original human nature we are
    • In regard to everything in us that we do not develop, we belong not
    • this realm of duration belong, as we know, all the spiritual Beings
    • rank than the Spirits of Form among the Hierarchies, belong entirely
    • rank of the Exusiai, accordingly, belong only to the realm of
    • Beings who enter time. These are Luciferic Beings, who really belong
    • know that the Luciferic forces really belong by nature to the realm
    • we don't know for how long it has done
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • the higher Hierarchies who belong to man's original nature, and also
    • we can say: To the course of this evolution belong the Lemurian age
    • The result would have been that men would have no longer been able to
    • of extraordinary significance. Because it would no longer have been
    • were no longer within their reach on earth, a renewed capacity for
    • moon through its natural effects has stayed with him longer. In the
    • That was his mistake, and also his great tragedy, for man no longer
    • path. That which the sun out there in space could no longer give him,
    • the experience that could no longer come to him from outside,
    • men been obliged to wait longer, beyond the year 333, they
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • himself belongs: Consider the Christians' God and then reflect
    • belongs to the world!” Tertullian does not call on the
    • are speaking of qualities belonging to the realm of heredity,
    • death. We corrupt the whole picture of man developing along his
    • belongs to the world of the senses.
    • nature, seeing it as the direct working of Jahve — for as long,
    • birth and death, or heredity and death, belong to the world of the
    • to the view that heredity and death belong there. This view wormed
    • place among natural phenomena and belongs to them? The consequence
    • bringing into the human will a fact belonging to the past, a
    • spiritual connections, do not really belong there. We must point to
    • the sense-world, where they do not belong because they are strangers,
    • who are portrayed as though the characteristics which still belong to
    • scientifically in order to believe that birth and death belong to the
    • characteristics as belonging to the world of the senses.
    • opposition to the false idea that death belongs to the world of the
    • as long as the intellect of the student keeps to the realm of the
    • of Golgotha, then, if you reflect a little, you will no longer find
    • where he cannot be tricked into thinking that death belongs to the
    • Christ's contemporaries, who by that time had long been dead, you may
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • are so clever that we no longer believe in them — and pay
    • spiritual world existing behind them. Thus for a long period men had
    • such a pass that not even indigestible foods are cooked any longer by
    • prevented, because it did not belong to human evolution in the
    • “Men will come who no longer direct their gaze to the Spirit
    • will no longer be interested in the Spirit; they will turn their
    • evolution was to be finished; man would have gone no further along
    • century mankind has come such a wonderfully long way in humane
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • can acquire only in the course of a long, long time. And men would have
    • appear to belong together when they are looked at from a later time
    • character of this Academy, founded by those who had belonged to the
    • for him, among whom even Christ Jesus belongs. The thoughts of men
    • ghostly, as long as we have not the courage to look for the spiritual
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • this holds good even in mechanical motion — does not belong to
    • something belonging to the future, something destined for them only
    • the folds of his toga no longer felt as a Greek had felt; the toga
    • has been long in coming. Just reflect, just consider —
    • appear which are no longer capable of growth, where spiritual
    • is no longer appropriate to think in that way (so said Professor
    • harm to Christianity but helps it forward. How long it will take the
    • a subject. Where do we find the rhetoric that confronts a no longer
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • consider man in a spiritual sense, we can no longer speak only of
    • spiritual Powers whom we have recognised as belonging to the
    • of forces that actually belongs to us; we always see something
    • reckon with the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic. Now in all that belongs
    • forces that truly belong to us, we should feel an interest in our
    • should really, according to their essential nature, belong to the
    • to everything that belongs to our original human nature we are
    • In regard to everything in us that we do not develop, we belong not
    • this realm of duration belong, as we know, all the spiritual Beings
    • rank than the Spirits of Form among the Hierarchies, belong entirely
    • rank of the Exusiai, accordingly, belong only to the realm of
    • Beings who enter time. These are Luciferic Beings, who really belong
    • know that the Luciferic forces really belong by nature to the realm
    • we don't know for how long it has done
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • the higher Hierarchies who belong to man's original nature, and also
    • we can say: To the course of this evolution belong the Lemurian age
    • The result would have been that men would have no longer been able to
    • of extraordinary significance. Because it would no longer have been
    • were no longer within their reach on earth, a renewed capacity for
    • moon through its natural effects has stayed with him longer. In the
    • That was his mistake, and also his great tragedy, for man no longer
    • path. That which the sun out there in space could no longer give him,
    • the experience that could no longer come to him from outside,
    • men been obliged to wait longer, beyond the year 333, they
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • himself belongs: Consider the Christians' God and then reflect
    • belongs to the world!” Tertullian does not call on the
    • are speaking of qualities belonging to the realm of heredity,
    • death. We corrupt the whole picture of man developing along his
    • belongs to the world of the senses.
    • nature, seeing it as the direct working of Jahve — for as long,
    • birth and death, or heredity and death, belong to the world of the
    • to the view that heredity and death belong there. This view wormed
    • place among natural phenomena and belongs to them? The consequence
    • bringing into the human will a fact belonging to the past, a
    • spiritual connections, do not really belong there. We must point to
    • the sense-world, where they do not belong because they are strangers,
    • who are portrayed as though the characteristics which still belong to
    • scientifically in order to believe that birth and death belong to the
    • characteristics as belonging to the world of the senses.
    • opposition to the false idea that death belongs to the world of the
    • as long as the intellect of the student keeps to the realm of the
    • of Golgotha, then, if you reflect a little, you will no longer find
    • where he cannot be tricked into thinking that death belongs to the
    • Christ's contemporaries, who by that time had long been dead, you may
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • are so clever that we no longer believe in them — and pay
    • spiritual world existing behind them. Thus for a long period men had
    • such a pass that not even indigestible foods are cooked any longer by
    • prevented, because it did not belong to human evolution in the
    • “Men will come who no longer direct their gaze to the Spirit
    • will no longer be interested in the Spirit; they will turn their
    • evolution was to be finished; man would have gone no further along
    • century mankind has come such a wonderfully long way in humane
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • can acquire only in the course of a long, long time. And men would have
    • appear to belong together when they are looked at from a later time
    • character of this Academy, founded by those who had belonged to the
    • for him, among whom even Christ Jesus belongs. The thoughts of men
    • ghostly, as long as we have not the courage to look for the spiritual
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • this holds good even in mechanical motion — does not belong to
    • something belonging to the future, something destined for them only
    • the folds of his toga no longer felt as a Greek had felt; the toga
    • has been long in coming. Just reflect, just consider —
    • appear which are no longer capable of growth, where spiritual
    • is no longer appropriate to think in that way (so said Professor
    • harm to Christianity but helps it forward. How long it will take the
    • a subject. Where do we find the rhetoric that confronts a no longer



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