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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • say that, each in a different way, these three festivals bring man
    • tradition sees the meaning of all earth-evolution. These three
    • Three Kings, the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are told that
    • 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
    • wisdom in the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are shown clearly that
    • annunciation came to the three Magi.
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • Hierarchies, such as the elementary Beings in the three
    • can undertake one of three things: One, to pass his life in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • There are three such main Festivals in Christendom: at Christmas,
    • And so the great Christian Mystery is illustrated in a threefold way
    • another proclamation made to the Three Kings, the Three Magi from the
    • reached the heights of learning, like the Three Magi from the East, in
    • the three Magi from the East enabled them, by contemplating the
    • by the three Magi as a last remnant of an ancient wisdom. It is
    • movements of the stars. The story of the three Kings or Magi points to
    • last surviving remains of this age that men like the three Magi
    • 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
    • wisdom which in its last echoes had survived in the three Magi from
    • other than to the three Magi.
    • which the three Magi from the East were transported — away from the
  • Title: Natural Science; the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • — is for instance that of the Trinity, the threefold
    • abstract science which has developed over the last three to
    • in relation to my two or three previous lectures related to the
    • — we have filled our days until three in the morning.
    • subscription to our magazine for three-foldness hasn't
  • Title: Real Being of Man
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    • extended their dominions over the three first Realms —
    • is this sphere — (the three upper layers). It was
    • forth from Himself, and it came from the three spheres over
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • These three lectures are numbers five, seven, and eight of eighteen
    • three, and the third lecture is also known as lecture one from, The
    • THREE LECTURES GIVEN BY Dr. RUDOLF STEINER
    • Threefold State” (book) is so difficult to understand,
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • These three lectures are numbers five, seven, and eight of eighteen
    • three, and the third lecture is also known as lecture one from, The
    • this peculiar idea regarding the Threefold State, would not
    • have arisen if this Threefold idea had not sprung from
    • that what meets you and others to-day as the Threefold Division
    • Drei-Gliederung (Three- foldness) proceeded out of
    • had to do, in the sense of the three-fold Social Order.
    • course, the Three-fold Social-Order could not speak in this
    • Lenins and Trotzkis etc. The Three-fold-Order can only speak of
    • depths the Threefold Order of the Social Organism of the
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture III
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    • These three lectures are numbers five, seven, and eight of eighteen
    • three, and the third lecture is also known as lecture one from, The
    • Hierarchies, such as the elementary Beings in the three
    • which man can undertake one of three things: — One, to
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • appeared, entitled “Three Worlds,” bearing the author's name Hei
    • the first place it deals with a division into three worlds
    • centering round three significant impulses of culture or
    • in our lectures) in the last three to four centuries, during which
    • it word for word. The essay, The Three Worlds, which is
    • everything is interwoven, and all these three worlds exist
    • such. We find it said that there exist three worlds in modern
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • pointed to the three worlds which were seen there, namely, the
    • further than they already are. For the last three or four centuries
  • Title: Social Life: (single lecture)
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    • connections, shows how what we call the “Three-fold
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture I
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    • elemental beings are to be found in the three kingdoms of
    • humanity can choose one of three paths. One can live in
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture III
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    • trinity of the three aspects — the Luciferic, the
    • forces of the cosmos, we can plainly see how these three
    • went through in the three former metamorphoses of
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture IV
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    • their dominion essentially over the three first realms —
    • is this region (the three upper layers). It was really the case
    • and it came from the three realms over which he ruled. The
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • Three Lectures on Easter and Pentecost



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