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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • One thing is usually quite disregarded, my dear friends, in our time
    • within us and yet at the same time they represent objective
    • experience in yourself, but this experience is at the same time
    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • Who of you has not at one time had the experience that someone you
    • in the meantime elemental beings have concerned themselves with it,
    • knowledge of our times; we can find traces of it only in traditions
    • that have survived from earlier times, when Man lived in more
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • times. (Herder took these verses from an old folk-poem). Of the poems
    • great change in the meantime.
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • age to age; and today we stand at the starting point of a time when
    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • It is our anthroposophical spiritual science which for the first time
    • the Churches to meet the requirements of our time, for it is essential
    • connected with the necessary demands of our time. It is no vague
    • have not been at the same time objective world experiences — that
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • we turn to the Archai, the time spirits, to the beings who especially
    • modern mankind—in former times it was different—of putting
    • to a being we have at any time experienced and felt this being in the
    • hell, introduced into two cosmic poems of modern times.
    • a hard time to circumvent this truth, for the so-called trichotomy,
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • Hence the difficulty in our time of arriving at a pure concept of the
    • time spiritual have fallen apart into two elements. Mere theories will
    • been added at a certain point of time. The reason for our being
    • At a time when animals did not yet exist, the human being, under
    • been added at a time when the simultaneous development of the animals
    • addition to the head at a time of cosmic evolution in which the
    • In considering all this, we must at the same time mention that the
    • in his normal state, but the time has come when man has to begin to
    • time were asked about the way in which they received the divine calls
    • During these ancient times of the Old Testament people knew that the
    • sleeps during the day. In the time in which the Old Testament
    • And the people of that time referred to Michael when they referred to
    • regard to man's knowledge in pre-Christian times.
    • by the fact that the time that has elapsed since the Mystery of
    • were able to behold in those times which they experienced as permeated
    • nineteenth century the time has come when human beings must recognize
    • able to behold, through day-revelation, that which in earlier times
    • A time of great error, however, had to precede this, a night of
    • those who constantly maintain that our time is a period of transition.
    • I know quite well that every time is a period of transition, but I do
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • was a short time ago outside us? We are not thinkable as human beings
    • time, however, earth humanity's evolution is on the descending path.
    • much earlier period; already at the time which preceded our last ice
    • one-sidedly to the cultivation of beauty, for mankind at that time had
    • at least not the Greeks. Since that time, however, man must not any
    • 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
    • mankind needs a new soul constitution. Once upon a time the call
    • “Change your thinking, for the time is at hand!” At that
    • time, however, human beings were still able to change their thinking
    • if what at that time was begun will have to be fulfilled today, it
    • time the statement: “I think, therefore I am.” That is the
    • In describing this to you, I am describing to you at the same time the
    • past historical evolution. For from these past times come the elements
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • Ages, mainly in the time after St. Augustine, were especially bent on
    • back to those times in which a Mystery culture that extended over the
    • about four and one half centuries elapsed from the time when the
    • Mysteries extends over the civilized earth of that time. In the course
    • Now, my dear friends, today we live at a point of time in which again
    • Mystery of Golgotha in the civilized world of that time, which was
    • culture in very ancient times. This culture of the Mysteries — I
    • might call thinking in the style of Galileo. The period of time that
    • repeatedly. Human beings live toward a time in the future in which
    • they are lacking, because mankind in the meantime will have become
    • same time I look at my outer surroundings: my thinking, my visualizing
    • take on a different form. To be sure, after some time one will also
    • life, I also acquire in the course of time what nature herself
    • — indeed, it is sometimes governed by a very grotesque logic, and
    • conscious of it. It escapes him time and again, and he does not
    • valid for all future times. Whoever knows and is able to prove, out of
    • only arisen in more recent times, at least in its radical form. For
  • 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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    • man prevailed also in the times to which the first historical
    • you will notice that such a book of a representative of his time
    • known at that time, was the primeval right of the Romans. He tries to
    • Dante offers many proofs, out of the spirit of his time, why the
    • three times. First, Creusa; through this marriage he acquired the
    • that at the time America and Australia were not yet discovered!
    • enlightened spirit of the time of Dante, indeed, for the most
    • outstanding spirit of that time. This was a juridical presentation at
    • that time. Now I ask you to imagine that any lawyer of the present age
    • way up to our time. But it will no longer do in our time, and quite
    • reason that mankind, right up to our time, or at least up to the end
    • the deeper significance of the social question in our present time.
    • regard to other questions. Let us take the time from the fourth
    • an earlier time, around the middle of the fifteenth century; but it
    • became clearly discernible only in the sixteenth century. At that time
    • on criminal law every time with the following remarks: Gentlemen, I
    • lived with them. For at that time the after-effect of the Greek
    • sub-current which prepares precisely in our time to become an upper
    • Personality or Time Spirits, were in the Saturn state at the stage of
    • descending phase of the Moon evolution did we, at times,
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • evolution with which we are faced at the present time and in the
    • attention upon the time which followed immediately after the
    • great Atlantean catastrophe, that is, the time of the sixth, seventh,
    • whole conception of the world of the human being of that time can
    • culture which reaches back into such ancient times, the primeval
    • Indian culture. We may say: the human head organism of that time was
    • reckoning with space and time was not characteristic of this ancient
    • experience of the various moments of time. The strong emphasis on
    • space and time in world conception was not present in that ancient
    • of our age. In that ancient time, the main concern of the human being
    • time about that which we call today the order of nature, he would not
    • today the mechanical or even the vital order of nature; at that time,
    • in man; he was the same. And it was clear to human beings of that time
    • At that time, man's process of breathing was sensed in this way.
    • am a being of nature outside and at the same time I am myself.
    • fourth age begins in the eighth pre-Christian century. At that time
    • times, quite particularly in the Indian culture, but which had been
    • same time was something external.
    • time a process of ourselves is eliminated; it does not exist for us.
    • outer process takes place at the same time.
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
    • progressed during the difficult war years. Up to the present time it
    • few other things whose presentation at this time may be considered
    • there is an underlying conviction that now, in this present time, it
    • two currents that we can say: In our day the time has come when they
    • same time we preach. We really preach a great deal. The old church
    • should find that the trend of the present time does not yield a
    • true, even the virtuous, things which in olden times were intimately
    • fundamental problem of the present time. Why is this? It is because
    • above nature, but as being at the same time valid natural science.
    • this is also connected the fact that in this difficult time a
    • the time and to serve these demands.
    • It is necessary that at the present time at least
    • 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
    • views of art and knowledge. But at the same time it must be said just
    • ascend only through the most radical corrective. In our time
    • endeavor of our time to perceive the relation between the spiritual
    • suppose we say a normal man of the present time, an average man, who
    • modern times even all kinds of theosophical views, mystical views.
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • after the point of time indicated. We are at present in the midst of
    • the feeling life of the humanity of that time. Hu-man beings were
    • the time of the Gothic architecture the longing soul could
    • the spirituality which in those times actually did permeate the
    • in accordance with the spirit of the time, that the seventy-two
    • you at the same time the sketch of the Grail-temple, as conceived by
    • what soul-forces are beginning to bud again in our time.
    • flow anew into the forms in which the consciousness of the time is
    • since that time. Since then the most essential characteristic in the
    • the exceedingly varied social demands of our time unless the dominion
    • especially important for man at this time; it began about the middle
    • this time set in then. You see it is quite indefinite to say that
    • particularly important for the people of modern times to understand
    • unreality as concerns the spirit of the present time, certainly not —
    • present time will succeed in his seeking only if he unites this
    • portrait of Christ, Who is to be at the same time the Representative
    • time one cannot reach this anthroposophical spiritual science except
    • present out of the time before the great turning point in the
    • us at one time, for example, a man who wished to play himself up a
    • the secret societies of the present time, it will be seen everywhere
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • speaking at times more generally, in connection with what was said
    • be born, in our time and for the very near future, out of the deepest
    • incorporated in the evolution of humanity during that time: namely,
    • utterly wrong view in our present time. We do not fail to notice
    • necessities of the time. Therefore it must be viewed with very
    • special satisfaction in these times of ours, which are becoming ever
    • objectivity. The personal is everywhere in evidence. When sometime
    • long time yet — of the thirty or forty men who participated at
    • that time, a large proportion were not entirely compos mentis, the
    • imminent fact — that the time is ripe for people to appear who
    • sailed into a materialistic time, there exists the other fact that
    • humanity of our time in its pride to reject everything coming from
    • social realm can the problems of the present time be solved without a
    • erroneous ideas of our time in the natural or the social sphere can
    • he encounters as taking place in time. But the first experience
    • beyond the threshold is of a world in which time as we understand it
    • has no significance. The time concept must be abandoned. Hence it is
    • seriously accustom our thinking to the canceling of time. In
    • of external happenings. If now we begin to think sometimes from the
    • good, for it forces us out of the ordinary sense world. Time runs
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • with the seriousness of the present time. In the course of recent
    • subjects, including the history and the demands of the times, and
    • present time to arrive at these basic facts, because they are really
    • When in the present time the practical side of our
    • absolute validity for all future time. The man of today has little
    • social life must be born out of the fundamental character of the time
    • And besides, when the time comes, on account of the evolution of
    • Latin as a sort of way-station. It is true that in modern times
    • Naturally, we must go back into prehistoric times,
    • beings of ancient times had an atavistic clairvoyance, a dream-like
    • merely a cultural-historical phenomenon, but is at the same time a
    • people of those ancient times, who had only dream-like visions of the
    • with — if I may now use the expression of a later time
    • time as an illuminating spark — it is nothing but a derivative
    • revealed at that time; but we must consider that even the Greeks —
    • time, by means of the Mysteries of the Spirit or of the Light, and
    • then appeared in modern times, had a certain peculiarity as
    • it could at the same time, out of itself, establish the rights
    • Mysteries of Light were at the same time the economic administrators
    • In primitive times civilization grew entirely out
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