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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • One thing is usually quite disregarded, my dear friends, in our time
    • something that happens in the world and has significance there. And it
    • Suppose you experience something that affects you very deeply, Some
    • and puberty. A very remarkable thing then takes place, which in these
    • it die away in your consciousness. But something takes place in the
    • remarkable thing is that it does not go out and out endlessly into the
    • not usually remark such things, but anyone who takes a little trouble
    • during the whole of the interval something has been going on in the
    • moving experience. The whole thing is a process which, besides being
    • You will readily see how many opportunities there are for such things
    • together with the breathing and the whole rhythmic system. Now you can
    • stimulation of the feelings. When we understand these things rightly,
    • Let us picture the whole process. Something moves you deeply. You ray
    • things that happen to Man in the way of destiny. An insight into these
    • these things are not presented as they would be in poems of recent
    • future of human evolution to pay attention to these intimate things in
    • the life of Man. An insight into such things must gradually become
    • things will work back upon the whole disposition of human life in a
    • Because we do not know that something which stirs us deeply has such
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • everything else, in the realm which the Form Spirits, around us and
    • development of the head and, on the other, everything that belongs to
    • Everything in which the head is rooted we would have to consider as
    • belonging to the fourth stage of evolution, and everything in which
    • of his body upon the head. You all know that breathing is connected
    • We must carefully discriminate between two things. The first is the
    • processes of breathing and blood circulation, you will see the blood
    • through the mouth, therefore breathing also belongs to the head. I
    • namely, the Ahrimanic element. We may say that everything that lives
    • in the blood tends toward the Luciferic, everything that lives in the
    • The Luciferic beings wish nothing more than to make the world desert
    • themselves. From various things I have said about them you can gather
    • beings have the tendency gradually to include mankind and everything
    • permeates everything in which we live. Please hold this fact in mind
    • under the influence of Paradise Lost. Here you have nothing of
    • Nothing less than the removal of the divine from consciousness and the
    • mankind. Everything that is active in this illusory conception is the
    • nothing but the result of the false world view which springs up
    • theosophical writings or participate in anything theosophical. The
    • everything else, to my Anthroposophy, and that those who wish to be
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • discussions that in man there exists, above everything else, the great
    • occurred. Thus it has nothing to do with an actual descent from the
    • human being thinks, he perceives with his senses; but he knows nothing
    • thoughts and ideas of our volition; we know nothing of the process of
    • Everything was mixed together, as it were, and man was said to have
    • descended from the animal. This is something like a
    • thing that must occur through the right understanding of man's
    • The essential thing is for human beings to see that since they did not
    • and new things may be added during the millennia to come.” What
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • man” is the symbolic expression of everything that belongs to
    • and refers to everything I have just mentioned.
    • regarding these things only if we know how we ourselves are related to
    • your soul gaze upon something else which may bring human beings
    • Christ impulse. But the Christ impulse is something
    • something which every one of them makes his own affair, not coercively
    • anything of an artistic form, for instance; that is, he has the
    • Now, everything that exists in mankind as causes of internal diseases
    • Speaking from the soul aspect, I would have to say: everything that
    • deception in so far as we consider something a reality which merely
    • received something from the mineral world. But since the mineral world
    • he try to avoid it. One thing is connected with another in human life.
    • of evolution and imagine that one thing proceeds from the other in a
    • we are in the position to see these things in the right light, that
    • thereby the world. For then we shall evaluate these things correctly
    • I said before: One thing is connected with the other. Human beings are
    • something quite different from what he really is. The moment this is
    • and are nothing more than mere word hulls run their course almost
    • dawn of the modern age. He still knew something of the spiritual which
    • considered thought itself to be something real. We may imagine that we
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • today. Historical considerations can no longer see these things in
    • into man's entire view of things. These sublime and mighty contents
    • something that has to be evolved, that has to be brought to a certain
    • transformation. These things cannot be observed externally in
    • nature said something entirely different, as if outer nature demanded
    • something completely different from them. Whenever such human beings
    • brings from his previous life, and the things as they have developed
    • following: You are bringing with you something in regard to which the
    • physical being you now receive something from this world which does
    • familiarizing himself with such a thing does he become aware of the
    • dreamlike fashion — one becomes aware of the fact that something
    • concepts — I am not referring here to people who have nothing to
    • It does not suffice, my dear friends, to know of something that it is
    • correct. We know that the things we comprehend intellectually through
    • first does not seem to be permeated by anything.
    • have said today something which I have repeatedly mentioned. It was
    • something is organically disturbed. To be sure, this may lie in very
    • This is the first thing we have to hold fast: atheism is a disease.
    • The second point, to be sure, is something different. Man may sense
    • friends, a great number of human beings living among us are nothing
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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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    • is the moment when we have to become conscious of certain things, and
    • curious work about “Monarchy.” If you read such a thing, not
    • contains things which could not possibly have been spoken out of the
    • But this sort of conclusion was something quite self-evident for an
    • beings. To fail to understand these things was tolerable in a certain
    • We shall understand one another best if I remind you of something
    • to many things called “unprejudiced science.”
    • all-benevolent. All these are things which have nothing to do with
    • 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.
    • from St. Augustine to Calvin. These things have to be comprehended. It
    • Ahrimanic spirits and thus contain something which far surpasses their
    • own nature and being. Therefore they show something in their
    • their power of attraction, everything that has remained Luciferic,
    • longer pass by these things. They are not convenient. For it has
    • And it is not without danger to speak about these things in complete
    • these things a psychic cruelty.
    • The result of the comprehension of these things, however, will be a
    • spiritual forces, pull down the intellectual forces. Everything
    • They interpret it wrongly for the reason that they know nothing of the
    • real triad Christ-Lucifer-Ahriman, or do not wish to know anything
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • organization. Everything connected with the head organization, which
    • chiefly manifests as man's life of thought, is something that reaches
    • is to interpret the things of the world as various shades of light,
    • the permeation of everything perceptible with light and its
    • will and the necessity of nature did not exist for him. Everything was
    • reflection is preserved for us in the Old Testament. There something
    • that there is something in man whereby Providence that is outside in
    • At that time, man's process of breathing was sensed in this way.
    • and inside; people said to themselves: By being a breathing being, I
    • other at the one point, in the breathing process.
    • process of breathing, which in the third age was felt in a natural way
    • Thus, this consciousness of the breathing process was lost. And if one
    • through the fact that the breathing process was understood in the
    • third cultural age, something was understood within man that at the
    • same time was something external.
    • something that is in our inner being, that belongs to the outer and
    • the endeavor to find something in the human inner life in which an
    • where I seemingly dealt with these things in their importance for
    • of finding something which the human being lays hold of within
    • going back to Yoga culture; that has passed. For the breathing process
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • few other things whose presentation at this time may be considered
    • building. You will have noticed that nothing of this sort has been
    • which expresses the very same things that are uttered in every word
    • This is no externality; it is something which is most inwardly
    • movement purposes to be something different from those spiritual
    • is necessary to introduce into the evolution of humanity something
    • different from anything that has thus far entered into it since the
    • of the present-day human consciousness, is certainly something with
    • Lodges today speeches are delivered concerning these things that have
    • beautiful things are said about them, which are without question very
    • on Sunday, but these two things have nothing to do with each other.
    • true, even the virtuous, things which in olden times were intimately
    • spiritual worlds. The ordinary secular world is considered something
    • the spirit mean something entirely abstract, foreign to the world,
    • not something which has the power to lay hold of daily life.
    • this style or that, and we should have said in it things
    • matter of importance is really not that everything shall be
    • immediately successful, but that in certain things a beginning, a
    • accomplish, not within something which would surround us like strange
    • If one is in a place where certain things which today play their role
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • our Movement. Today I should like to take up a few things concerning
    • everything is constructed symmetrically upon this axis.
    • these two intersecting circles, some-thing which points to the
    • humanity if we are to be qualified at all to have anything to say
    • Such things find expression particularly when people wish to refer
    • a Gothic cathedral that in this cathedral he has before him something
    • completed, something finished, does not understand the forms of
    • for the person who really has some feeling for such things. The
    • consciousness there still lived something of the tarrying of
    • requires the congregation to complete it. Everything corresponds to
    • powers. The material world was looked upon as something to be
    • appear more dynamic, and which have something of the
    • every-thing is aspiring, everything points to the fact that
    • could only be done by linking it in one way or another with something
    • necessary to pass over from the mere Gothic to something else, which
    • cathedral. In the Middle Ages such things were connected with the
    • unfolding, but something is unfolding; human souls are
    • embodied. These things cannot, of course, be grasped by speculating
    • Middle Ages had something which can be understood only in the light
    • Because of this there is something that becomes
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • TODAY I should like to discuss a few things,
    • overcome everything of a merely sectarian nature, still rampant even
    • better known. To be sure, anyone might believe that such things
    • These things must also be understood out of the
    • that things belonging to the old order lead ad absurdum; and
    • that which is to be implanted as something new in the evolution of
    • something quite different, nor was it a “world war”; it
    • was something entirely different, which will not come to an end for a
    • and feeling from observing such things with absolute seriousness.
    • demands something will be done for humanity's future — it
    • The important thing is to realize what it would
    • humanity of our time in its pride to reject everything coming from
    • learning anything it knows everything. In neither the natural nor the
    • of anything like the threshold of the spiritual world. It is
    • everything: the manner of speaking, the seriousness with
    • which things are treated, the logic which is developed, and so
    • accustomed in the course of recent centuries to consider everything
    • force with which we think is something like a shining into our life
    • before conception. And the will-nature in man is something
    • embryonic, something germinal, which will come to complete
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • order to do something toward their accomplishment. Anyone who today
    • for judgment — that is the important thing today. I must say
    • asked about these things are concerned far too little with the
    • our civilization, is like a ball of yarn, something wound up, in
    • to one who regards as real the external things, the obvious, is
    • something else has mingled with the spiritual life which originated
    • had visions, but who had besides something which they themselves
    • time as an illuminating spark — it is nothing but a derivative
    • still clearly expressed something which he knew as experience when he
    • external social organism, into the theocracies. Everything
    • decorations. If one understands such things it may often be observed
    • that titles go back to the time of the Mysteries; but everything is
    • are asking: Well, what are we to do? The first thing of importance is
    • enlightenment concerning these things through all the means at our
    • Everything that comes into being on earth leaves remnants behind it.
    • of course they no longer have anything like the form they had at the
    • are found side by side. Such things have shaped mankind; even in
    • something originally different were to be found. It happened when the
    • barbaric, which knew nothing regarding the revelations of oriental
    • connected with other things than was the case in Egypt: namely, with
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