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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
    • Jesus. One annunciation is made to the poor shepherds out in the
    • soul-forces which, in the case of these shepherds in the vicinity
    • the poor shepherds out in the fields, who in the piety of their hearts
    • hand, the poor shepherds could be approached in a kind of
    • secrets of humanity to develop in human beings who, like the shepherds
    • vision, the poor shepherds in the fields partook in the annunciation:
    • shepherds in the fields, as well as to the utmost heights attainable
    • the poor shepherds in the fields because of their special piety.
    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance. And these the poor shepherds
    • bodies; for they are of the earth. The poor shepherds in the fields
    • the heavens, and the shepherds with their earth-revelation. And it
    • In the shepherds' wisdom we learn to know the earth by feeling our way
    • Now a soul-constitution such as the shepherds in the fields and the
    • knowledge of the shepherds in the fields. What could once convey to
    • the shepherds in the fields the inner secrets of earthly existence now
    • world which is the offspring of the shepherds' wisdom. The child bears
    • little in common with the shepherds but theirs is a direct
    • metamorphosis of the shepherds' wisdom. And our mathematicians
    • annunciation, to the shepherds, and in the annunciation that came to
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • the Good Shepherd, watching over the eternal interests of man as he
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
    • The one proclamation is made to the simple shepherds in the fields, to
    • soul-forces which were of a particular character in the shepherds
    • been the simple shepherds in the fields who with their great purity of
    • In a kind of dream-condition, the simple shepherds in the fields were
    • experiences. Such men are represented by the shepherds in the fields.
    • so, through their faculty of inner vision, the simple shepherds in the
    • shepherds in the fields and to those who were the representatives of
    • simple shepherds in the fields because of their purity of heart. We
    • shepherds to whom the Mystery of Golgotha was proclaimed in a way
    • revelation to the shepherds in the fields was the revelation given by
    • To the Shepherds: revelation given by the earth.
    • descent of a Being from the heavens. The wisdom of the shepherds is
    • The mood-of-soul prevailing in the shepherds and in the Magi was in
    • possessed by men like the shepherds in the fields. The mood-of-soul in
    • shepherds now induces us to look at the world with the cold detachment
    • the Shepherd-wisdom — but the child is very unlike the parent! And
    • shepherds of old, but this attitude of soul is nevertheless a
    • metamorphosis leading back directly to the wisdom of the shepherds.
    • Shepherds and to the Kings contained a message for all mankind — for
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  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • Jesus as the Good Shepherd Who watches over the eternal



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