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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • our theory of evolution have been able to develop so entirely along
    • consciousness as long as we do not pay attention to the actual process
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • beings belonging to higher realms which we have designated as the
    • the Form Spirits belong permeates the sphere in which we human beings
    • and consider man as having, on the one hand, that which belongs to the
    • development of the head and, on the other, everything that belongs to
    • belonging to the fourth stage of evolution, and everything in which
    • through the mouth, therefore breathing also belongs to the head. I
    • is inhaled through the mouth does not actually belong to the head, but
    • consider the fact that we live within a sphere which belongs to the
    • Form Spirits just as our earth belongs to us, but which, as the eighth
    • not part of human evolution may be considered as belonging, on
    • Ahriman; it describes the longing of man not for the realm of the
    • longing for the realm of Lucifer. You may regard Milton's Paradise
    • human longing for the realm of Lucifer; this is what you should
  • 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
    • to this all that belongs to the rest of man, we need not go back as
    • great and mighty mystery that man's head has developed through long
    • they called Michael, that spiritual power who belongs to the
    • meaning, for the waking human being and the earth belong together. The
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • belongs, we must only consider man in so far as he is a head-being. In
    • man” is the symbolic expression of everything that belongs to
    • belongs to us. For, is it not true that the air which is now within us
    • sphere belongs to the spiritual beings that are our creators, just as
    • this fourth sphere belongs to us. If we disregard the human being for
    • their sphere which belongs to them just as the fourth sphere belongs
    • historic evolution. Alongside of them, much else has been developed in
    • belongs to the tendencies of the Michael influence entering our human
    • in the divine process of evolution, belong to the head. Thus, out of
    • belongs to the world of thought, of fantasy. In regard to the
    • Mankind was able to get along without this insight as long as it still
    • the germ for the descent. It belongs among the most insidious
    • Ahrimanic reality not belonging to us, into which, however, Lucifer
    • longer indulge in the cultivation of the merely beautiful. This would
    • see it. Indeed, they will not see it as long as they deceive
    • themselves about man himself, as long as they consider man to be
    • no longer a theory but a vividly felt reality of the soul which
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • the last echo of a primeval culture of mankind no longer appreciated
    • today. Historical considerations can no longer see these things in
    • “know thyself” exists like a longing, but this “know
    • longer able to differentiate between the general concept of God and
  • 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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    • way up to our time. But it will no longer do in our time, and quite
    • of mankind these instincts no longer exist and man must consciously
    • Our own evolution, of course, went on alongside all this, by way of
    • conditions upon the ancient Moon. But alongside these
    • dear friends, as long as one does not take into consideration these
    • longer pass by these things. They are not convenient. For it has
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • and on the other the internal; between the two there is no longer the
    • something that is in our inner being, that belongs to the outer and
    • longer today, or, rather, it is soul in a different way. The spiritual
    • which belongs to the human being no longer exists. And therefore the
    • place. The ancient way does no longer suffice, and many attempts that
    • post-Atlantean period it was no longer possible to understand, with
    • Goethe was longing so very much. We shall have the possibility of
    • unity precisely in sense perception. If we no longer look at nature
    • which springs merely from our longing to exist after death, by the
    • which contained the soul element that belongs to the soul of man.
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • represented here. Hence, on this occasion, when after a long interval
    • no longer understand each other at all, or perhaps it is better to
    • walls; but just as the nutshell belongs to the nut-fruit and is
    • most important events of the time; people live along in their
    • on in our time, so long as they are not directly touched by these
    • Ahrimanic, which is no longer Ahriman, but which has become the
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • fainter; but that they belong to what is perishing, to what is
    • the Gothic cathedral is complete. But the congregation belongs to it;
    • when Greek thought was at its height. There was no longer a
    • the time of the Gothic architecture the longing soul could
    • with longing, so to speak; it built upon longing, upon seeking,
    • epoch, — a cathedral in which the longings of all humanity
    • single cathedral the longings of the members of the congregation
    • Divine. He felt the longing to find the way back to the gods, or
    • the commonwealth to which I belong Pallas rules, Apollo rules; that
    • of saints or even the Holy Grail — that is, something no longer
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • long-accustomed habits — not for any spiritual reasons, but
    • that things belonging to the old order lead ad absurdum; and
    • long time yet — of the thirty or forty men who participated at
    • So there are two conditions belonging to the earliest experiences
    • you are no longer in space and time. Your life is completely adjusted
    • without further ado that such a person can no longer be taken into
    • no longer have any; and I have pointed out — only recently in
    • image exists, and that the force of thinking belongs to the life
    • In 1832 Goethe died. The period belonging to the first generation
    • will no longer exist in the future. New incentives will be
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • judgment before them. The longing to know the realities of life, to
    • The Threefold Commonwealth are no longer valid, others must again be
    • Athene head, the Zeus head, the Hera head belong. Compare the ears of
    • longer any relation to the spiritual life. When we look back at the
    • occidental ruler, but he no longer gives any evidence of having
    • pedagogy of the 19th century has become can no longer suffice for the
    • of course they no longer have anything like the form they had at the
    • feudal aristocracy. You could no longer recognize that the
    • things that belong entirely to the economic life. We have here
    • symbols no longer understood but having a certain great power among
    • routine, not from its real practice. So that going along side by side



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