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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Till late, his wedding guests to call.
    • we call our destiny or Karma need not after all be so enigmatic for
    • and then we shall be able to call on the spiritual worlds around us to
    • Golgotha. Just recall the history of the world as it is usually set
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • progress of human evolution must in future be called forth from
    • so-called exact sciences; you will find them presented there today. If
    • with distance traversed and time. They call the
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • call the Angeloi, the Angels. If we merely wish to show an analogy we
    • higher in rank, to the hierarchy of the so-called Spirits of
    • Naturally, you must not say, pedantically: well, the breath is inhaled
    • have stated above that we have here only an image. Organically, what
    • forces of the beings we call Luciferic. Think of beings formed
    • organically driven into phantasms. The bones may spread their nature
    • It is of no avail that Milton and Klopstock call the heavenly entities
    • element called heavenly and the Ahrimanic element called infernal.
    • a hard time to circumvent this truth, for the so-called trichotomy,
    • and call forth their good will toward Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy
    • In such matters we must go beyond mere names. Calling some being or
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • artistically as well as spiritually outstanding products of culture we
    • You can easily imagine, hypothetically, that through some sort of
    • anatomically the traits that point back to the animal form. Yet upon
    • in what today is called, in a mere word-sense, the soul element,
    • familiarize himself with the fact that the materialistically inclined
    • time were asked about the way in which they received the divine calls
    • they called Michael, that spiritual power who belongs to the
    • Thus in ancient Hebrew occultism, the Yahve-revelation was called the
    • originated Yahve was called the Ruler of the Night, and Michael, the
    • countenance of Yahve, was called the Servant of the Ruler of the Night.
    • Death on Golgotha the Being Whom we call the Christ has united Himself
    • spiritual power which we call the Michael power organized the
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • if I say: “man as a head-being,” this is spoken symbolically
    • can be symbolically expressed, as has been stated, by virtue of our
    • a moment and consider those beings which we always have called, in the
    • the human being. But today this Luciferic spirituality which we call
    • Physiologically speaking, it is Lucifer's constant endeavor to send
    • Psychically speaking, Lucifer is constantly endeavoring to give to the
    • sense of Michael, to think Michaelically. You see, my dear
    • walk among invisible human beings — this means to think Michaelically.
    • to follow such a thought in depicting evolution artistically in our
    • to what is called the levity of fluids. I have on other occasions
    • this that he called out his famous “Eureka!” In regard to
    • through its swimming in the cerebral fluid do we live physically. We
    • us physically is the real human being, only if we feel this to be an
    • automatically. Everywhere there is talk about human ideals. But these
    • mankind needs a new soul constitution. Once upon a time the call
    • is impossible to prove historically the existence of the Christ Jesus
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • be a matter of calling back to your memory, in a way different from
    • Mysteries have been lost historically. Only in the most primitive
    • fashion are they still contained in that which has become historically
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. Medieval philosophy, so-called
    • for me to describe this to you graphically. Visualize the culture of
    • might call thinking in the style of Galileo. The period of time that
    • tools for which are offered by the anthroposophically-oriented
    • physiology, but they can be observed spiritual-scientifically. Mankind
    • mechanically — merely as an inner nervousness, if I may use the
    • anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science. Now, it is possible,
    • foolish! — and has arranged them systematically. Then the
    • contained not only in our thoughts — let us call it
    • appear illogical to him for the simple reason that he himself calls it
    • the fact that we ourselves behave mathematically in the world. We
    • Let us for a moment hypothetically assume that the Mystery of Golgotha
    • calls forth the state of balance between the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • something is organically disturbed. To be sure, this may lie in very
    • many Christians are Turks. They call themselves “Christians”
  • 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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    • evolution. I have often stated that what we call history today is
    • the natural-scientifically orientated thinking began to take hold of
    • natural-scientifically orientated thinking which might be mentioned,
    • to many things called “unprejudiced science.”
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • Now you know that the so-called Archai, the present Spirits of
    • spiritual-scientifically, then we find that these obscured
    • so-called reason, into our intelligence. Not into a hell does Michael
    • into consideration what today is called magnetism, electricity, and so
    • being armed against that which arises there. Even physiologically it
    • Now, there exists today a method I might call it an anti-method, of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • the incisive difference between that which we may call the human head
    • Now, if we speak spiritual-scientifically about the human being by
    • an Outline {Anthroposophic Press, New York} I have called this
    • Man's moral individuality was, as it were, aurically perceived around
    • time about that which we call today the order of nature, he would not
    • this necessity of nature is still far removed from that which we call
    • draw characteristically how man begins to feel in the Greek age, I
    • the late-Indian Yoga exercises were developed which tried to call
    • back, atavistically, that which mankind had possessed at earlier
    • asks: Why did Indian Yoga culture try to call it back, what did it
    • conception, that which we call the external world; and we have through
    • itself has changed. This, of course, you cannot prove clinically; but
    • beings of whom I spoke yesterday — I should like to call them the
    • to recognize the pure phenomenon, which he called the primal
    • called Michael culture. If we move through the world with the
    • Nuremberg was proposed, whether it was hygienically safe to build such
    • inform themselves about anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • and sentence of our anthroposophically-orientated spiritual science.
    • external procedure, which has appeared in all realms of the so-called
    • conceptions, philosophies, or whatever you wish to call them, which
    • mechanism of life to take its course automatically, so to speak, and
    • mention the following phenomenon only because what I wish to call to
    • in which we speak emphatically of the brotherhood of all men, but in
    • this dualism between the external life and our so-called spiritual
    • spiritual science which intends to be anthroposophically orientated
    • well in our anthroposophically-orientated spiritual science. And with
    • most characteristically the deeper foundations of that which leads ad
    • and hell; others call it spirit and matter.
    • so-called enlightened philosopher of our day; the real underlying
    • have called this building Goetheanum, as resting upon the Goethean
    • commingled, inorganically mixed up. Man must recognize that his true
    • is to strive toward what is called Christian — by which,
    • Thus emphatically must we call attention to the
    • but the Luciferic region. And much that today calls itself Mysticism
    • but what we call voluntary nerves are also sensory nerves. The only
    • but here I wish only to call your attention to the fact that we have
    • should like to call your attention today to just one more thing.
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • everything is constructed symmetrically upon this axis.
    • middle of the 15th century. What is exteriorly and academically
    • called “history” is only a fable convenue, for it
    • might call the prototype-temple, at the end of the fourth
    • sensed, felt, viewed artistically. Anyone who wishes to put them into
    • what may be called seeking balance between opposite poles.
    • on, we can also say, speaking physiologically, that the one pole is
    • feverish. Expressed physiologically, the one pole is everything
    • forms. And man must also maintain his balance physiologically between
    • philistine, and the ecstatically fantastic. We are healthy in soul
    • but it must be felt. The whole is artistically conceived, and
    • between that which purposes to be anthroposophically-orientated
    • so-called occult movement is reference made to its age. We had among
    • this anthroposophically-orientated spiritual movement has nothing to
    • consciousness is permeated by those powers which may be called with
    • universe (call to mind the scene between Strader and Capesius). The
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • and basically understood. Therefore I should like to ask you to
    • the world and for humanity of anthroposophically-orientated spiritual
    • and knows that what we call anthroposophical spiritual science is
    • participated in 1914 in what is called the outbreak of the World War
    • call science, and especially what we call art, is not
    • of affairs in the so-called civilized world. There are many ruling
    • space, when I have called your attention to the dimensions —
    • When I thus call before your mental vision this
    • what is necessary. It is necessary that what we call confidence of
    • to classify and arrange everything systematically, he will say: “We
    • which recalls that definition once given in ancient Greece to the
    • where these things are also treated philosophically.
    • which can be arranged systematically, but in a certain sense the one
    • which has an undertone of willing were developed in what is called
    • he carries over his habits of thought into so-called social science,
    • historically understood; but today it has fallen through the sieve of
    • physically in the earth-body. You carry your head on your shoulders,
    • my dear friends, and in it the process goes on automatically which is
    • about the changed conditions — changed among the so-called
    • vanquished, changed among the so-called victors? Well, the actual
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • the needs of humanity, must often reflect how superficially so-called
    • which I have made regarding the so-called social question, and
    • socialistically-formulated ideals; but what kind of fundamental
    • chaotically entangled. I can naturally give only a sketchy idea
    • universities. All the rest of our so-called humanistic culture, even
    • in Greece: namely, that which is derived from what we call technique
    • the souls of the so-called educated class; for the socialistic
    • in ancient Greece; and in the Orient it issued from what we may call the
    • call the thinking faculty; and indeed they were the first
    • were called Aryans. They formed the Aryan population, and
    • And those mysteries which are called the Mysteries
    • near the borders — are plastically preserved in another type,
    • life of mere ideas. It has become what the socialistically-orientated
    • groups latterly call an ideology, that is, a sum of thoughts
    • to the despair of those thus ruled. All that we call jurisprudence or
    • white). I call that (orange) the current of the spiritual life, and
    • Speaking somewhat radically, this Roman Catholic ecclesiasticism is
    • spiritual tangle which we call civilization, and it has been by no
    • means organically combined with the other. That this is the case
    • which has been developed as outgrowths from what I might call the
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