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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Tree as a symbol of the Christmas festival. The custom of having a
    • Christmas Tree came into being only in the 19th century. What is this
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
    • being our Christmas Tree, we come to realize that this Christmas Tree
    • is also directly connected with the Tree of Paradise.
    • Human consciousness thus looks back here to the Tree of Paradise, to
    • earlier centuries — and in the appearance of the Christmas Tree
    • which is really the Tree of Paradise.
    • Christ-religion; the Christmas Tree is the symbol of the reappearance
    • On the one hand, the Christmas Tree, on the other, the national gods
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • It has become a beautiful custom to take the Christmas Tree as the
    • hardly a century old. The Christmas Tree was not adopted as a symbol
    • Tree, in reality? When we endeavour to discover its meaning and know
    • history, it dawns upon us that the Christmas Tree is directly
    • connected with the Tree of Paradise. The mind turns to the Tree of
    • being superseded by the Christmas Tree which is, in reality, the Tree
    • and the Christmas Tree is the symbol of its recrudescence. But in its
    • nature — Jahve. Thus we have the Christmas Tree on the one side, and
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • transforming antiquity and growing as a mighty tree under which the



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