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- Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
- intervals; they felt that the Gods, weaving and flowing
- made by the Gods.’
- the Gods have withdrawn from mankind.
- post-Atlantean times man felt that the Gods still lived in
- structures resound as something an whose wings the Gods flow
- through the world; and I experience this flowing of the Gods
- feeling of what the Gods experienced in their souls.
- jubilation of the Gods and the cosmic lamentation of the
- Gods. We are able to look back to a time an Earth really
- as the experience of the Gods in the cosmos. What must be
- jubilation, the cosmic music of the Gods rejoicing in their
- lamentation of the Gods over the possibility of what is
- beings heard in ancient times the music of the Gods rejoicing
- cosmic lamentation of the Gods whose prophetic vision showed
- shared his experiences with the Gods (as I have shown you in
- Greece, namely that we have lost the presence of the Gods,
- us, so that we may once more find the Gods.
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
- with the thoughts, which were, so to speak, God-given, like
- feeling for his Gods was such that he turned primarily to
- of his own life. When a man spoke of the Gods he spoke as
- Earth. He always looked back to the Gods as the primary
- ideas came from the Gods. That was in the days when the
- Gods !
- benevolent Gods with his love of ease and his wishes for
- there were benevolent Gods to carry out their wishes without
- nature revolts against this attitude — thank God, we
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
- themselves to be God-given beings of Earth. And the authority
- Imagination of the Gods. They said to themselves : The Gods
- the Gods.
- upwards to Imaginations of the Gods but to THOUGHTS of the
- Gods. Formerly it had been assumed that an actual picture of
- Gods, whether fine weather or blizzard, whether day or night,
- become the world of the Gods. Men no longer stressed the
- the mist veiling the summit; they now left it to the Gods, to
- this relationship to their Gods. Now it was Zeus who lived
- themselves wherever there is a holy place, the God who
- represents the group soul is within it; the God was attached
- when we are sent down to the Earth, the Gods give over our
- into thoughts that have become ungodly, into dead thoughts
- thoughts that arise in man are seen by the Gods glittering
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