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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • ‘After Christ had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, He
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • elemental beings; but this sphere is interwoven for us with the Christ
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • subjective aspect, simply cannot bring the Christ Event into his
    • the spirit, as manifested in history, Christianity is not yet there.
    • of the Christ Event as a cosmic event. Strange to say, while the
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
    • The Essence of Christianity, and substitute for the name of
    • Christ, wherever he uses it, the general name of God, and this without
    • nature of Christianity. His book is page for page a description of the
    • very opposite of the essence of Christianity. It does not treat of
    • Christianity at all; it treats of a general Jahve teaching.
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • the balance, and the state of equilibrium which represents the Christ
    • was then established that the Christian does not have to believe in
    • the protection of any power, be it ever so Christian in appearance.
    • You must realize that the Christ impulse can only be comprehended if
    • people in regard to the true Christ impulse? One must divert their
    • other Christ does not mean that it is the Christ. If one wishes to
    • prevent another human being from acquiring a true concept of Christ,
    • wishes to point to the Christ impulse in its true meaning, it is
    • Christ at all but originate from the delusion that everything that is
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • of spirit, a true concept of Christ, as long as he imagines that the
    • Divine and a pure concept of the Christ impulse in human and world
    • Thus we must say: The human beings of the pre-Christian age directed
    • regard to man's knowledge in pre-Christian times.
    • Death on Golgotha the Being Whom we call the Christ has united Himself
    • existence. Through the fact that the Christ Being has lived in a human
    • Christ Being passed through the death of Jesus of Nazareth and united
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • the spiritual. Only the Christ impulse can help us with this, the
    • Christ impulse in the interpretation of the Michael impulse. Then to
    • interpreted according to the words of the Christ Jesus — I have
    • you seek the way to Me. Through the continuous Christ revelation you
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • Christ impulse. But the Christ impulse is something
    • gain any relation to the Christ impulse other than a personal one.
    • the Christ. This is an entirely personal matter. But through the fact
    • that the Christ has passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and has
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • Christ impulse, through its very nature, will become the same for
    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • being to the Christ forms itself in such a way — if it forms
    • Christ impulse. The Christ impulse may be the same for all mankind and
    • Now, what was the situation into which the Christ impulse entered? We
    • lead man to his goal. Through the Christ principle Lucifer must be
    • We say that through the Mystery of Golgotha the Christ impulse has
    • the faculty of perceiving the Christ impulse in our midst, everywhere,
    • If we look back into pre-Christian times we shall find that God's
    • of God Who came down to the earth, the Christ, was at the same time
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • is impossible to prove historically the existence of the Christ Jesus
    • ourselves recognize as super-sensible, the Christ impulse.
    • continuation in the Christ Path.
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • such great importance precisely for the Christian evolution of the
    • Christian theologians who acquired this Greek thinking in order to
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
    • lies between the two. That man permeates himself with the Christ
    • by permeating ourselves more and more with the Christ impulse which
    • From this you will see that we may say: In the pre-Christian four and
    • the Divine but may have no possibility to sense the Christ. In this
    • agree with Christian precepts, they believe in the freedom of the
    • speak of Christ, of freedom, and so forth. In reality, my dear
    • many Christians are Turks. They call themselves “Christians”
    • the Christ.
    • Wesen des Christentums.
    • (Essence of Christianity.) Please, make the
    • following test: scratch out in this book the name of Christ wherever
    • states should refer to the Christ. What he states refers to the
    • no need at all that he should refer to the Christ with what he states.
    • for connecting them with the Christ. We must acquire the possibility
    • of conceiving of the Christ in such a way that we do not identify Him
    • the concept of the Christ. To be unable to find the Christ in life is
    • Christ. It is a matter of clear differentiation, in the sphere of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • simplest, most primitive, of the ninth and tenth post-Christian
    • post-Christian century up to the sixteenth post-Christian century. We
    • see how Christianity bears the character of which I spoke yesterday
    • that henceforth the orthodox Christian was to think of man as
    • for human beings prior to the fourth post-Christian century to speak
    • that has not become Christ-permeated. This they can reach: this they
    • thorough grasp of the necessity of the Christ impulse. One must
    • recognize where the Christ impulse is lacking. Yesterday we showed
    • that in the middle stratum of consciousness the Christ impulse takes
    • himself with the Christ, then these Ahrimanic powers cannot penetrate
    • the human soul of the Christ impulse in its present form.
    • real triad Christ-Lucifer-Ahriman, or do not wish to know anything
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • eighth millennium before the Christian era, we shall find a soul mood
    • fourth age begins in the eighth pre-Christian century. At that time
    • the Christ Event, breaks in upon the evolution of the earth, yet
    • Christ relationship to outer nature. This Christ relationship to outer
    • pre-Christian millennium to think of the air as ensouled —
    • made possible through the fact that the Christ has united Himself with
    • more ancient than Christianity for the Holy Mass is a ritual of the
    • ancient Mystery culture, transformed in the Christian sense. And
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • consisting of the Luciferic, of what pertains to the Christ, and of
    • is to strive toward what is called Christian — by which,
    • Kingdom of Christ is spoken of, and so on? What relation is there
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • Christian century, we come to the forms of Gothic architecture, which
    • disciples of Christ spread out in all directions and implanted in
    • souls the spirit which was to flow together in the Mystery of Christ:
    • disciples had implanted the Christ Spirit, in the rays which come
    • the rays which tend from all humanity toward the Mystery of Christ.
    • orientated to Christ flowed together — just as in the
    • Christ-Form as the central figure — the Christ-Form which we
    • really thus that the Christ went about in Palestine at the beginning
    • the bearded Christ are actually only creations of the fifth or sixth
    • portrait of Christ, Who is to be at the same time the Representative
    • Christ-Being. But this is to be felt in an artistic way. It
    • must not be merely reasoned about speculatively as being the Christ,
    • a god is enclosed, for it is true for Christians also that they are
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • gentlemen who are the official representatives of Christianity are
    • discussion: “Here Christ is mistaken!” Of course
    • agree with the revealed text of the Bible, then Christ is wrong, not
    • openly, “There the Christ is mistaken” yet the logic of
    • Christ is mistaken, surely from his common sense a man can say
    • a man is a true Christian, he must not think that he consists of
    • Testament. Christianity was an episode which was at first
    • human culture, so to speak. In reality, Christianity does not
    • exist; for with the people who frequently speak of Christ you can
    • Christianity. Wherever Harnack writes “Christ” in
    • this book, you can strike out the word “Christ”, and
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • them from the oriental wisdom. The West did not produce Christianity.
    • Catholic Christianity, that is, Roman Catholic ecclesiasticism.
    • spreading Christianity possessed a strange kind of
    • before the spread of Christianity in ancient times, undoubtedly had a

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