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  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • contemplation of divine-spiritual beings a belief in ghosts
    • This belief in ghosts does not reach back into very
    • divine-spiritual beings is very ancient. The belief in ghosts
    • East brought with them also the belief in ghosts.
    • already becoming decadent and a kind of belief in ghosts became
    • widely prevalent among the masses of mankind. This belief came
    • that the belief in ghosts is the last ramification, the end of
    • the final product was the belief in ghosts, in seeing
    • on the one hand we see how the belief in ghosts arose out of an
    • To-day, however, there is still an inner belief in ghosts. Just
    • developed from East to West, then came the belief in ghosts,
    • and the last traces of this belief are still among us. From
    • passions, yet he regards with contempt the general belief in
    • ghosts. He does not realise that this belief of the masses in
    • his own belief in human desires, instincts and impulses. He too
    • condensed itself into a belief in ghosts), and on the other hand
    • in the belief in the spectres of instincts and passions, which
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • spiritual beings, became a belief in ghosts.
    • belief in ghosts is not so very ancient; what is ancient
    • Belief in ghosts arose first through the mingling of sense
    • perception of ghosts. This belief in ghosts wandered over into
    • physical. Thus, it can be said that the belief in ghosts is the
    • Golgotha, a belief in ghosts, a perception of ghosts (see
    • back to a time when a belief in ghosts emerged from a former
    • perception will emerge. But at present we also have a belief in
    • time, by a belief in ghosts, of which remnants are still with
    • common belief in ghosts. At the same time, he attributes
    • not realize is that the belief in ghosts held by the masses,
    • has as much scientific validity as his belief in desires, urges
    • and instincts. His belief is in ghosts announcing a new
    • beginning just as the masses have a belief in ghosts that marks
    • belief in ghosts, and how, on the other hand, he is influenced

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