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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • the Christmas, the Easter and the Whitsuntide festivals. And we may
    • large masses of humanity. The Easter festival, which requires that we
    • also recognise as such the Three Magi from the East, who are pictured
    • birth, while, on the other, the Three Magi from the East developed a
    • from the East, as they are described to us.
    • to human wisdom at that time, to the Wisemen of the East. Thus the
    • What did these Wisemen of the East experience? What was the special
    • still extant in its last fragments in the Wisemen of the East, had the
    • the earth was present in its last remnants in the Wisemen of the East,
    • East were led away from the earth out into cosmic space.
    • Wisemen of the East possessed still existed in its last fragmentary
    • undergoes metamorphosis. What then became of the wisdom of the Eastern
    • likewise are in direct line of descent from the Eastern Wisemen. The
    • Eastern Wisemen externally perceived the secrets of the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • yet exist in the whole ancient East, that did not even exist, in the
    • existed in the ancient East, for instance in Hammurabi, and so forth.
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • over these Christian sentiments into Eastern bodies and have been
    • civilized life in the East. Certain elements of the true Christian
    • Eastern coquettishness and yet we shall be attracted by an
    • East lived on.
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • decadent life in the East (I have often told you how this
    • Eastern civilisation came to its decadence) — in this
    • decadent life in the East Ahriman can especially produce this
    • confusion. In the East the people are more ruled inwardly by
    • life of the East, something appears which has never been
    • into his body. On the other hand, from the East we see the
    • body. We see that in the views of the decadent East; and we
    • can see in developments in Eastern Europe the same thing
    • holy doctrine of the East, but which today has grown far away
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • Thoughts on Easter.
    • the Easter thought. Understanding of the contrast and also of the
    • The thought underlying the Easter festival lies at the other pole
    • civilisation this Easter thought assumed a form which has influenced
    • The Easter thought can be grasped — in a more abstract way, to
    • of that of birth and cannot be an essential part of the Easter
    • emerge from conceptions still based upon Eastern wisdom, it was not to
    • of death — this was the essence of the Easter thought in the form
    • of early Christianity that was still an echo of Eastern wisdom. On the
    • original Eastern concept of religion came to be bound up with
    • The Good Friday festival and the Easter festival of Resurrection
    • Easter thought was transformed in an altogether egotistic direction.
    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • capable of grasping the Easter thought in its true form. The same
    • serve — outwardly at least — as a background for the direct
    • contrast, the true Easter thought.
    • surmount. The whole of our Western culture needs the Easter
    • fore, while the Resurrection thought, the true Easter thought, has
    • the Spirit, particular emphasis must be laid upon the Easter thought.
    • We must learn to understand the Easter thought in all its depths. But
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  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • Easter and Whitsuntide. Each of these Festivals brings man's life of
    • The Easter Festival makes great demands upon man's powers of
    • the stream of earthly evolution. Easter is a Festival which carries
    • the Easter Festival can never be as widespread as that of Christmas.
    • East who follow the voice of a star announcing to them that Christ
    • reached the heights of learning, like the Three Magi from the East, in
    • the three Magi from the East enabled them, by contemplating the
    • In Eastern literature there is a Hymn to the God Varuna which says
    • described as the three Magi from the East. The mathematics of the
    • the revelation made to the three Magi from the East. The great mystery
    • the East, had this clear impression: If as we contemplate the stars we
    • this knowledge had survived in the Magi from the East and through it
    • which the three Magi from the East were transported — away from the
    • What has the wisdom possessed by the Magi from the East now become? It
    • And our mathematicians are the successors of the Magi from the East.
  • Title: Opponents to Anthroposophy
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    • Anthroposophical movement — at least with the intention
    • work and correct any mistakes so that Max Dessoir at least
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • human beings to-day understand least of all. They say that a
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • my dear friends, it is not in the least necessary that such
    • who feel perhaps differently, at least most of you, the fact
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture III
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    • this decadent life in the East (I have often told you how this
    • Eastern civilisation came to its decadence) — in this
    • decadent life in the East Ahriman can especially produce this
    • confusion. In the East, the people are more ruled inwardly by
    • decadent life of the East, something appears which has never
    • strongly into his body. On the other hand, from the East we see
    • body. We see that in the views of the decadent East; and we can
    • see in developments in Eastern Europe the same things
    • doctrine of the East, but which today has grown far away
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • East and West, and the Roman Church
    • Eastern, Asiatic culture. About the third impulse we shall have to
    • breast of man and cries aloud: ‘All this is subject to me.’ But the
    • the West, it developed in such a way that according to Eastern
    • thereby exposed itself, according to the Eastern view, to a certain
    • preserve the ancient achievements in the East, and joins together
    • the East of Asia with the South in one Great Unity — I mean,
    • poured into the East in opposition to the older tradition the
    • Eastern sense. And so the Asiatic sees in Europe pre-eminently lack
    • East, of this second world, had they holy treasures? Could they
    • twenty treaties with China which contain at least 10,000 written
    • according to his view, are still to be seen in the East; for even
    • something that over there in the East, there still are human beings
    • up here, they would much prefer to take over from the decadent East
    • at least without losing its power for education. It is itself the
    • alone is the world of authority. Against the world of the East she
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • East and West, and the Roman Church
    • Eastern judgment to-day fails to recognise in our modern
    • of view. The Eastern judgment does not yet know — because it
    • Eastern consciousness
    • does not perceive that. Eastern consciousness does not yet see that
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture I
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    • deviation in the decadent East. While the Orientals are
    • see the danger threaten from the East that men burn up and
    • — in the frightful social developments arising in Eastern
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture II
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    • Present-day man is for the most part not in the least
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture III
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    • the breast system, is the bearer of the feeling-life; feelings
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture V
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    • distinguish the separate professors very well — least of
    • themselves into them as little as possible, and least of all
    • enters least of all into the individual-personal. All of that
    • not the least idea of it, and feel quite satisfied, believing
    • considered as of far the least importance. Oh, no, one spoke
    • forcibly in the Eastern world. What has proceeded purely out of
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • Three Lectures on Easter and Pentecost
    • Thoughts on Easter
    • on Easter
    • and thoughts on Easter. Those who can compare these thoughts in
    • thoughts that form the basis of the Easter Festival lie at the
    • The thought of Easter can be grasped — at first perhaps
    • enter into the thought of Easter. At the time when Christianity
    • still found its earliest form within Eastern mentality, the
    • resurrection, the triumph over death, was primarily the Easter
    • was still influenced by the wisdom of the East. On the other
    • West. The religious thought of the East had been joined to the
    • Good Friday and the Easter Day festival of the Resurrection
    • which the thoughts of Easter were transformed in an absolutely
    • thought of Easter. All comprehension of Easter in its
    • in order that it might serve as a background (at least in an
    • experience, by way of contrast, the true thoughts of Easter.
    • thoughts of Easter throughout all Western civilisation. In
    • Easter thought — has gradually retired. Thoughts on
    • Easter must point especially to a time in which man must
    • have need of Easter thoughts, and of a full understanding of
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