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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • although they no longer had the old clairvoyance; gone also were their
    • essentially in that outer world belonging to the earth.
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
    • belonging to a much earlier period. There has been a retrogression
    • lands of others also. Heaven and earth belong to all in common. With
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • is a long time since we saw one another in Holland.
    • from a long study of the spiritual science of Anthroposophy. We know
    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • man sways either towards the longing for an extensive knowledge of
    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • longer able to understand anything. Hypochondria for instance, means
    • Theo-Logy: a mere logical way of grasping the divine, no longer a
    • that has been declared to be the devil for a long, long time, within
    • seen in Dante, something that could no longer be experienced by the
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • being. We bring it along with us into our present incarnation. During
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
    • socially and belongs to a lower class or caste, it is his Karma and
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • was somewhat longer than in the case of the others, because the
    • incarnation was such that it tended to prolong the period of life in
    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • was a very long time before the urge arose within them to come down
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • earth life can be studied, with all that belongs to it. We
    • instinct along into the time we pass before our physical
    • Earth can no longer find the right equilibrium between the
    • merging oneself into universal being, a kind of longing to
    • nation, no longer wanting to appear within a physical body.
    • goal, and from that time no longer have to appear again in
    • no longer wants to appear in life on Earth. That is an
    • become — no longer one great organism with unified common
    • mysticism, in a dream-condition, in which he can no longer
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • longer here.
    • Who could no longer be comprehended in His spiritual nature but in His
    • fell from the Buddha's lips as long before the Mystery of
    • no longer a living reality — comes to an end on the Cross. We
    • no longer here.”
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • belongs. It is of the impulses of will which then take effect in the
    • attitude of soul differed widely from that of to-day, they no longer
    • of the science belonging to an earlier epoch. Men sought in the stars
    • belonged —) individual pupils in the Mysteries were initiated into a
    • the outer universe belonging to an ancient culture which in its last
    • Who until then had not belonged to the earth, was drawing near. And
    • naturalism invaded this domain of belief. There was no longer any
    • men, the true reality of the Event of Golgotha can no longer be
    • the conceptions belonging to a much earlier epoch. The assertion of
  • Title: Opponents to Anthroposophy
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    • says: “As long as Anthroposophy is esoterically
    • all be sustained in the long term. If our movement wants to be
    • with an iron fist to the surface. As long as one doesn't get
    • are in radical parties of the present, as long as one deals
    • raise a defence on the other when opposition comes along, but
    • Frohnmeyers come along and say that what they had written was
    • amiss when the opportunity came along for me to utter some
  • Title: Natural Science; the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • which belongs to the great task of our time. This should
    • common confessions have for a long time been propagated within
    • itself. It no longer fits into the current teachings of human
    • longer can be understood. Now these souls are born again and
    • are obsolete and thus the dogmas no longer offer what the soul
    • in order not to have a relationship any longer to anything
    • actually living in the world at present. Our soul no longer
    • life. The soul no longer brings with it what it had in earlier
    • innate wisdom. That is no longer there. When we consider such
    • things than being aware of them. However we no longer stand at
    • to the world. This can no longer be allowed. The only way now
    • — one can no longer call them discussions, but let us do
    • movement, and maintaining it as such. How long have I already
  • Title: Real Being of Man
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    • Initiates as belonging to the Realm of Jahve or Jehovah,
    • can say: As long as the intellectual civilisation was not
    • predominant in man, 30 long could a rulership prevail such as
    • the old Jahve Jehovah-impulse was no longer sufficient.
    • the Jewish race Jehovah was no longer the Jehovah-God. That is
    • of Christ;” but as long as one is fighting for one Nation
    • longer be found. In place of it, Modern Science grew up into an
    • can no longer be Jehovistic. External civilisation has
    • who belong to the Ahrimanic sphere. The Ahrimanic beings
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • which he was filled with a longing once again to have the life
    • that the soul that has lived for a long time in the Spiritual
    • disappeared, and human beings have no longer any relationship
    • to it. The dogmas still retained are no longer understood. It
    • having no longer a living relationship with them. And outside
    • no longer work animatingly in the pictorial existence of our
    • that age which no longer requires the old instincts. You can
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • them unfree. This being carried along by the relationships and
    • after another to capitulate. To these days belong some of the
    • then only carried along by the river of confusing external
    • longing to allow this personal egoism to carry them into
    • be carried along by social life? They speak of the demands of
    • belong apparently to Spiritual or material things. A great
    • terrible way, something for which the time is long past.
    • long as such things as the following play a part, there is good
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture III
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    • can be studied, with all that belongs to it. We will keep this
    • belonging to the time we pass before our physical birth or
    • which here on Earth can no longer find the right equilibrium
    • longing to disappear into a pantheistic whole, in such things
    • conclude their life on Earth in a particular nation, no longer
    • that time no longer have to appear again in physical
    • longer wants to appear in life on Earth. That is an Ahrimanic
    • longer one great organism with a unified common soul, (which
    • longer form clear concepts of life. That is one thing which may
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • statistics and trivial experiments. It no longer possesses any
    • drags on a while longer completely disinherited; and in its midst
    • civilisation. The Asiatic has the idea that Europeans no longer
    • fundamentally no longer knows what soul is in the world, in the
    • Missionary's; because as the leader of a State, all her life long,
    • Goethe, with every fibre of his soul, longs to turn from this
    • he longed for Italy and for what was still there in Italy although
    • the European who longs for the rickets of culture, and the Asiatic
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • self-consciousness into which paralysis can no longer enter. Human
    • contains connected teachings about all that man longs for in his
    • want to develop their longings for eternity, seek the path back to
    • that there are people who have a living longing for the eternal,
    • that spirituality will belong rightly to the most modern stage of
    • to those who belong to this Anthroposophical Spiritual Science; for
  • Title: Social Life: (single lecture)
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    • the use of those who confess themselves as belonging to the
    • must realise that we no longer have the task of pouring into
    • world-relationships have for a long time been of such a nature
    • could he develop socially. A man who, for instance, belonged to
    • a certain caste in Old India, belonged to it because of
    • Spiritual pre-determination. Man has long grown out of that.
    • pre-earthly existence no longer prevails to-day. To-day human
    • and the stamp of a definite Group is no longer impressed upon
    • heredity. In a sense, one might say that to belong with one's
    • is something which should no longer play a, part in the soul of
    • belongs to the best utterances of Parliament concerning the
    • a man belongs to one group or another, is by no means a simple
    • matter. The longing people now have for simplicity, shows
    • his being born into Groups in ancient times and no longer being
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture I
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    • human being and all that belongs to the whole earth from most
    • of the physical, senses, that is, in going along in a muse
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture II
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    • the world, but he no longer knows himself. He has studied
    • really has meaning only in the speech which still belongs to a
    • which consists of our machines and no longer contains anything
    • nature of modern science. He no longer knows anything of himself,
    • lacking, let men be filled with the consciousness of belonging
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture III
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    • our will- life, metabolic-limb-life, mainly belongs.
    • aspect of the body, but what is it to which this life belongs?
    • then you will say to yourself: this liver belongs to the whole
    • advance normally, they stayed behind. They belong, when we
    • Angels, the Archangels, belong; but they are not the same
    • Thrones. Of the Spirits actually belonging to this order some
    • past,” they say, “that no longer bothers us; man
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture IV
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    • concepts that belong more to the soul and spirit; for it is
    • as belonging to the Realm of Jahve or Jehovah. They extended
    • We can say, therefore, that as long as the intellectual
    • civilisation was not predominant in man, so long could a
    • Jehovah-impulse was no longer sufficient.
    • borders of the Jewish people Jehovah was no longer the
    • will fight in the Name of Christ”; but as long as one is
    • communities, but a true understanding of it could no longer be
    • it can no longer be Jehovistic. External civilisation has
    • have penetrated who belong to the Ahrimanic realm. The
    • thought. We are bound, we are no longer free, the moment something
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture V
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    • for one could bring forward many things along these lines, an
    • above them. But what is brought about by man belongs not only
    • happening in our age, and what has happened for a long time and
    • arrive at her goal. And if man continues for a long time the
    • West is something which will sail along into a universal
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • something that connects us with what is super-sensible. Along
    • as physical Being is no longer here in this physical world of
    • that something entered Christianity which no longer was
    • centuries, is a Christ Who can no longer be grasped in His
    • they rejoiced, as it were, to wallow in pain. During long
    • has for long been on the downward path in Western civilisation.
    • evil,” came from his lips just as long before the
    • humanity for which we long. We have need of that Christ, Whom
    • Friday has become that which brings along with it the
    • expression in that men will no longer wish to explore what is
    • they will have a great longing for knowledge of their own
    • longer here.”

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