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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • gaze to the planetary bodies outside the Earth: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars,
    • thirty years, to move around the Sun; Jupiter needs a much shorter
    • Jupiter, or whatever it may be. Now what is thus revealed to the eyes
    • of sense — Jupiter here, Saturn there — has also an ether
    • that this form extends as far as Jupiter, where the same process is
    • repeated. Jupiter is blotted out and what comes into being in the
    • come in contact with the picture formed by Jupiter. In a wonderful
    • may have found the Jupiter-picture or the Saturn-picture — and
    • movement of Saturn seen in conjunction with the movement of Jupiter
    • there work Saturn and Jupiter. When, therefore, we follow the
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • man passes into the Mars sphere, then into the Jupiter sphere and into
    • through the regions of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars to the region of the
    • through the spheres of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, out into the surging
    • Man's journey then leads him into the region of Jupiter where dwell
    • so, during his journey through the spheres of Mars and Jupiter, he is
    • experience in his passage through Jupiter.
    • learns the speech of the Gods, and in the Jupiter sphere the thoughts
    • of the faculty of human memory. And in the Jupiter sphere, all that
    • of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, to the world of the Stars, and then made
    • the return journey through Saturn, Jupiter and Mars. All this time his

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