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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • We have often discussed these things. Above all, St. Augustine
    • he looks at the world and sees everything Ideal, beautiful and
    • therein, he can learn nothing concerning the super-sensible.
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • truth; that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can
    • believe that everything else the world says is subject to
    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • afterwards to see things in a more radical, true way, than does
    • Spiritual things, that must not be grasped as a sum of
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature In the
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • matters. To-day one must know something which neither Augustine
    • there still lived in human beings something of an echo of the
    • notices these things far too little and really knows little of
    • whole Macrocosm, you come to something else. You come to that
    • because, amongst other things, he beholds a corpse.
    • which Buddha turns, in order to come to something which for
    • something which man has to turn away from, but to which he has
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • friends we have in the constitution of our soul something which we
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • experiences things in a certain way; in the 4th in a different way;
    • is something of which men would become aware, if he were intensely
    • crawls, to feel then as something which he carries consciously
    • tells nothing of this, but it is so. It would have been sheer
    • unless he had ideals, unless he could cling to something else than
    • away with all those substances; that there is no such thing as the
    • non-existent; but out of that nothingness the possibility will be
    • science as an absolute certainty, and which is yet nothing but an
    • Now let us go back again to something else, to
    • understand many things in the development of man. Above all one
    • who had atavistic clairvoyance, could not see things in their
    • life, as we to-day see everything which refers to man under the
    • they did before the Mystery of Golgotha; but something of that
    • social arrangements produced something which was simply intended to
    • In the metaphysical Ordering, everything is registered! the
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • People to-day have not the right feeling for these things, they do
    • Science. It is extraordinarily difficult to speak of these things.
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • diverse World-Views. We have often discussed these things.
    • everything Ideal, Beautiful and Good, all that is filled with
    • therein, he can learn nothing concerning the supersensible.
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can stand on a
    • to no possibility of deception. One can relieve that everything
    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • afterwards to see things in a more radical, true way, than does
    • Spiritual things, that must not be grasped as a sum of
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature in the
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • But one has to things differently about these things to-day, if
    • matters. To-day one must know something which neither Augustine
    • lived in human beings something of an echo of the old atavistic
    • clairvoyance. History to-day unfortunately notices those things
    • whole Macrocosm, you come to something else. You come to that
    • other things, he beholds a corpse. “Death is
    • turns, in order to come to something which for him, can though
    • something which man has to turn away from, but to which he has
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • the constitution of our soul something which we would not have
    • something really quite shadowy. On the basis of Anthroposophy
    • Post-Atlantean epoch man experiences things in a certain way;
    • Beings of the third Hierarchy, is something of which men would
    • feel them as something which he carries consciously about with
    • history tells nothing, of this, but it is so. It would have
    • something else than a mere external Ordering of Nature. But
    • such thing as the conservation of matter, but that which in
    • but out of that Nothingness the possibility will be given for
    • nothing but an Ahrimanic deception.
    • let us go back again to something else, to which I have drawn
    • understand many things in the development of man. Above all one
    • beings who had atavistic clairvoyance, could not see things in
    • delusion of life, as we to-day see everything which refers to
    • but something of that immediate past still worked in them, when
    • of more ideas to man's social arrangements produced something
    • — to write. In the metaphysical Ordering, everything is
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times;
    • the right feeling for these things, they do not as yet realise
    • It is extraordinarily difficult to speak of these things.
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • of such things one must advance from the abstract to the concrete. One
    • the most abstract thing conceivable. What do men mostly picture as space?
    • past, of which, however, something still exists today for especially
    • space, it felt it to be something with which it was livingly united.
    • It felt itself placed into a living Something, in feeling itself placed
    • through eternity, if one did nothing else at all but stand at right
    • something living when in ancient times man still experienced how he
    • experienced as something still spiritual. It can have no material existence
    • if something is merely above and below, and right and left — it
    • on things and are not entirely asleep come to realise that the depth-dimension
    • things, but it shall not occupy our time today. I will only point out
    • if the verification cannot be found. Just this one thing I will say,
    • from the past to the future. It runs quite uniformly, but does nothing
    • was contained in the living experience of time. Everything would fall
    • and abstract in respect of space and time, and something else must take
    • their place, something that we must again experience, that must be more
    • Luciferic the Ahrimanic. Man of old had something alive in his soul
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • nothing at all of ourselves, if we did not in age look back to what
    • entirely subjected to time, he can do nothing but wait till the time
    • takes place subconsciously. And you would carry nothing from the external
    • willing are something very different from how they appear to him. His
    • nature that runs its course in time, so will man know nothing of this
    • For, my dear friends, what we perceive thus as maya is nothing more
    • than something that can be compared with the wave-ripples on the surface
    • our life in maya between birth and death nothing else than a striking
    • life in fact is a nothingness if we do not look on it from the confluence
    • wait and wait in order to grasp something that we conceived formerly,
    • we experience this or that in childhood, but grasp nothing of it, lead
    • strive to thrust away the earth, thrust away from man everything earthly
    • extremely clever and understand many things through his own practical
    • experience, yet he would receive nothing as a revelation from the
    • spiritual worlds. Do not let us deceive ourselves about that. Everything
    • things sound a paradox when one points to the realm of reality) —
    • maidens, and so on. Men could become something like this and unite with
    • to everything what one receives through this cosmic sensitivity. You
    • wants above all to get rid of everything that pertains to rule and order
    • life there is nothing, so much hated by Lucifer as anything that smells
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • with one another. To look at reality means something very different
    • on the lines of “eat and drink and then the nothingness of death”
    • which is becoming more and more spiritual, needs something to work on
    • and when this very materialism prevents anything from man himself flowing
    • and no law — I merely want to make things clear, yet it corresponds
    • All these things rest fundamentally
    • from atavistic clairvoyance. In the ancient Mysteries everything was
    • same species of life, while myriads of seeds come to nothing. Of the
    • can grow. It is only apparently, only in maya, that anything is lost;
    • in reality nothing is lost in nature's creative work. Spirit holds sway
    • in nature, and the fact that something is apparently lost from the on-flowing
    • spiritual law, and these things must be viewed from the standpoint of
    • we say — the spawn of fish that come to nothing in the sea. But
    • were to say: Well, people are doing the same thing in external life.
    • the spiritual world; — and something very remarkable results from
    • this. As we are speaking among ourselves, these things can be said; the
    • nothing, because when one merely talks of natural facts and then points
    • out that something similar exists in the social order these mere analogies
    • deformity and after the cure can be used for nothing further for the
    • for him; if he wants to accomplish something within the city he turns to
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • kind of thing that we want to establish through Spiritual Science for
    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • animals, we should not look at the things usually seen, the bones,
    • of forces that actually belongs to us; we always see something
    • call Ahrimanic. Our task now is to go into these things from yet
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • something we can describe only as super-consciousness. But for this
    • flow into man. Everything by which he tries to loosen his connection
    • tells us more important things about the world than any personal
    • with many of the secrets of existence is that there is truly nothing
    • into something bad or unfortunate. That which rightly draws us
    • ordinary Spirits of Form. But the important thing is that everything
    • the spaceless. Yet it is true that everything connected with
    • our primeval manhood, everything proceeding from the Spirits of Form,
    • will not find it ... that goes without saying. Anything which arises
    • in the spaceless. Everything is different from everything else. You
    • certain princesses — for sometimes princesses have nothing
    • individual human being is a spatial image of something outside space,
    • that nothing spatial is a replica of anything in space. The entry
    • things; we have simply taken one example of it.
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • we characterise anything in this way, we must always pay heed
    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • knowledge about man. Knowledge of man was indeed something in which
    • sixteenth century something similar is happening again — a kind
    • possible for anything to be said to man by way of the Gods, because
    • old arrived at their consciousness of personality, because one thing
    • of the sunlight; they said something like this: “Out of
    • sun. All this was lost to men. They had to receive something in place
    • of it; they had to receive something of a spiritual nature, and at
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • Roman history a hundred years later. History says really nothing
    • facts, nothing about it is to be known. Those who wish to know
    • anything about the Mystery of Golgotha must have faith in the
    • of which history can tell him nothing. And this actuality is to have
    • mankind, implanted into humanity something of extraordinary depth.
    • and the dogma was laid down that man possesses in his soul something
    • earlier times there was indeed such a thing as inspiration, but
    • things, however, are connected with the deepest matters which must
    • there is something extraordinarily significant. The real
    • Impulse brings in something different. It has nothing to do with the
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • thing I said yesterday is that man, with the understanding he possesses
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Hence I stated yesterday something which will quite
    • something has been given out of supersensible knowledge, the question
    • things said about Tertullian — well, he will hardly get beyond
    • And Tertullian said other things, too, for instance: When you Romans
    • excellent. Were anything declared to be a most splendid deed, says
    • highest thing possible on earth. For human reason with its cleverness
    • Mystery of Golgotha has nothing to do with natural phenomena. Were
    • anything to be counted as a natural phenomenon, it would not be
    • the most valuable thing on earth. What has most value for the earth
    • want to bring before our souls something which in some measure is
    • to the unconscious working of these inherited forces. Things
    • knowledge, something different becomes apparent. We see that this
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • would never be possible for a natural science to say anything about
    • death mixed into it everywhere. We learn something about the truth of
    • Jahve. They eliminated everything connected with heredity from
    • little success — sought to grasp something in the nature of man
    • that lived in him between birth and death but had nothing to do with
    • something with which death had no power to interfere. They had a
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • many more or less important things with a bearing on this
    • conceptions nothing but ghosts. In ancient times they pictured
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • writings, who has said openly many things that others have not
    • things to their logical conclusion, and so in him we have the strange
    • be no such thing as philosophy.
    • now the cooks and waiters stand about with absolutely nothing to do.
    • colleagues of our professor — and that now things have come to
    • have formerly concocted indigestible food, and now have nothing
    • rational because he has a foreshadowing of something he is unable to
    • truth, however, is this — there is something in us which
    • clear to you something important in the situation we are facing to-day.
    • 666 years after the birth of Christ — something was due to
    • this being would have brought about something very strange. Now the
    • men everything they will ever
    • forces of genius they would have foreseen everything and would also
    • come among them. They have indeed brought things to a wonderful pass
    • prevented. However many people there are who believe that nothing of this
    • balance was brought about. Thereby something has been enacted behind
    • the scenes of external profane history. Something that could have
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • for example, some event prevents our undertaking something we should
    • at the time. It is just because men take things so materially and
    • Thus something
    • in human evolution — it is something which has given the whole of
    • everything on the earth would be strange to him. Such a being, if
    • deal that he could not understand; but one thing he would understand.
    • if anywhere it confirms that such a thing has actually happened.
    • much of these things, it has never in its chronicles taken a great
    • certain things happen, and behind these things there is the same
    • ancient schools of learning, nothing about the whole evolution of
    • Aristotle was translated. And the remarkable thing is that Aristotle
    • indicates something very remarkable. Anyone who has an insight
    • referring to is not an imaginary event, nor something that never took
    • accomplish nothing in face of what Mohammed had done. Here you can
    • Mohammedanism only when, in addition to other things, we know
    • Sábúr — but something else was achieved.
    • has not developed in a direct line from anything in Christianity
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • that to-day they are inclined to look at everything from a scientific
    • angle has nothing directly to do with Christianity; it is the result
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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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    • an ideal point — something we cannot really see. Yet it is
    • mid-point of a balance. But we could indicate something else, 333
    • everything else bound up with this, in so far as it was not blunted
    • Mystery of Golgotha. In reality, nothing has happened since the very
    • Mystery of Golgotha; but of course many things have been aimed at.
    • things, especially in Rome, when the impulse of the Mystery of
    • theoretical question: How were things in Rome when the Mystery of
    • something that is easily forgotten when we look back to that time: we
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • desire was to give them prematurely something that was intended to
    • come thousands of years later. The whole thing, however, was
    • something belonging to the future, something destined for them only
    • difficult, my dear friends, to speak of these things, for the very
    • brought to mankind — over everything that men had been able to
    • wanted to bring to an earlier time something that was meant to come
    • deliberate wish to preserve something from the past, and this project
    • indeed, my dear friends, under the influence of Augustus something
    • developed in Rome very different from anything experienced earlier in
    • keep people from understanding them, even from asking what anything
    • things. For instance, one says to them: “You
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • kind of thing that we want to establish through Spiritual Science for
    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • animals, we should not look at the things usually seen, the bones,
    • of forces that actually belongs to us; we always see something
    • call Ahrimanic. Our task now is to go into these things from yet
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • something we can describe only as super-consciousness. But for this
    • flow into man. Everything by which he tries to loosen his connection
    • tells us more important things about the world than any personal
    • with many of the secrets of existence is that there is truly nothing
    • into something bad or unfortunate. That which rightly draws us
    • ordinary Spirits of Form. But the important thing is that everything
    • the spaceless. Yet it is true that everything connected with
    • our primeval manhood, everything proceeding from the Spirits of Form,
    • will not find it ... that goes without saying. Anything which arises
    • in the spaceless. Everything is different from everything else. You
    • certain princesses — for sometimes princesses have nothing
    • individual human being is a spatial image of something outside space,
    • that nothing spatial is a replica of anything in space. The entry
    • things; we have simply taken one example of it.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • we characterise anything in this way, we must always pay heed
    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • knowledge about man. Knowledge of man was indeed something in which
    • sixteenth century something similar is happening again — a kind
    • possible for anything to be said to man by way of the Gods, because
    • old arrived at their consciousness of personality, because one thing
    • of the sunlight; they said something like this: “Out of
    • sun. All this was lost to men. They had to receive something in place
    • of it; they had to receive something of a spiritual nature, and at
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • Roman history a hundred years later. History says really nothing
    • facts, nothing about it is to be known. Those who wish to know
    • anything about the Mystery of Golgotha must have faith in the
    • of which history can tell him nothing. And this actuality is to have
    • mankind, implanted into humanity something of extraordinary depth.
    • and the dogma was laid down that man possesses in his soul something
    • earlier times there was indeed such a thing as inspiration, but
    • things, however, are connected with the deepest matters which must
    • there is something extraordinarily significant. The real
    • Impulse brings in something different. It has nothing to do with the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • thing I said yesterday is that man, with the understanding he possesses
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Hence I stated yesterday something which will quite
    • something has been given out of super-sensible knowledge, the question
    • things said about Tertullian — well, he will hardly get beyond
    • And Tertullian said other things, too, for instance: When you Romans
    • excellent. Were anything declared to be a most splendid deed, says
    • highest thing possible on earth. For human reason with its cleverness
    • Mystery of Golgotha has nothing to do with natural phenomena. Were
    • anything to be counted as a natural phenomenon, it would not be
    • the most valuable thing on earth. What has most value for the earth
    • want to bring before our souls something which in some measure is
    • to the unconscious working of these inherited forces. Things
    • knowledge, something different becomes apparent. We see that this
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • would never be possible for a natural science to say anything about
    • death mixed into it everywhere. We learn something about the truth of
    • Jahve. They eliminated everything connected with heredity from
    • little success — sought to grasp something in the nature of man
    • that lived in him between birth and death but had nothing to do with
    • something with which death had no power to interfere. They had a
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • many more or less important things with a bearing on this
    • conceptions nothing but ghosts. In ancient times they pictured
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • writings, who has said openly many things that others have not
    • things to their logical conclusion, and so in him we have the strange
    • be no such thing as philosophy.
    • now the cooks and waiters stand about with absolutely nothing to do.
    • colleagues of our professor — and that now things have come to
    • have formerly concocted indigestible food, and now have nothing
    • rational because he has a foreshadowing of something he is unable to
    • truth, however, is this — there is something in us which
    • clear to you something important in the situation we are facing to-day.
    • 666 years after the birth of Christ — something was due to
    • this being would have brought about something very strange. Now the
    • men everything they will ever
    • forces of genius they would have foreseen everything and would also
    • come among them. They have indeed brought things to a wonderful pass
    • prevented. However many people there are who believe that nothing of this
    • balance was brought about. Thereby something has been enacted behind
    • the scenes of external profane history. Something that could have
    • 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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    • for example, some event prevents our undertaking something we should
    • at the time. It is just because men take things so materially and
    • Thus something
    • in human evolution — it is something which has given the whole of
    • everything on the earth would be strange to him. Such a being, if
    • deal that he could not understand; but one thing he would understand.
    • if anywhere it confirms that such a thing has actually happened.
    • much of these things, it has never in its chronicles taken a great
    • certain things happen, and behind these things there is the same
    • ancient schools of learning, nothing about the whole evolution of
    • Aristotle was translated. And the remarkable thing is that Aristotle
    • indicates something very remarkable. Anyone who has an insight
    • referring to is not an imaginary event, nor something that never took
    • accomplish nothing in face of what Mohammed had done. Here you can
    • Mohammedanism only when, in addition to other things, we know
    • Sábúr — but something else was achieved.
    • has not developed in a direct line from anything in Christianity
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • that to-day they are inclined to look at everything from a scientific
    • angle has nothing directly to do with Christianity; it is the result
    • 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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    • an ideal point — something we cannot really see. Yet it is
    • mid-point of a balance. But we could indicate something else, 333
    • everything else bound up with this, in so far as it was not blunted
    • Mystery of Golgotha. In reality, nothing has happened since the very
    • Mystery of Golgotha; but of course many things have been aimed at.
    • things, especially in Rome, when the impulse of the Mystery of
    • theoretical question: How were things in Rome when the Mystery of
    • something that is easily forgotten when we look back to that time: we
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • desire was to give them prematurely something that was intended to
    • come thousands of years later. The whole thing, however, was
    • something belonging to the future, something destined for them only
    • difficult, my dear friends, to speak of these things, for the very
    • brought to mankind — over everything that men had been able to
    • wanted to bring to an earlier time something that was meant to come
    • deliberate wish to preserve something from the past, and this project
    • indeed, my dear friends, under the influence of Augustus something
    • developed in Rome very different from anything experienced earlier in
    • keep people from understanding them, even from asking what anything
    • things. For instance, one says to them: “You
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