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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • the soul and spirit, based, as was ancient spiritual knowledge,
    • In ancient times men visualised this movement of the planetary bodies
    • constellations. The Ancients knew how to describe the courses of
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • Teachers who lived among men in very ancient times of Earth evolution.
    • When we look back with real understanding to ancient times, we cannot
    • left behind them on Earth what we know as the ancient, primordial
    • Wisdom. This ancient Wisdom has grown dim in the course of the ages
    • to the presence of these primeval Initiates. Thus, in the ancient
    • admiration in the echoes we still possess of ancient Indian Wisdom.
    • period of ancient Persian civilisation, but human beings were already
    • Ancient Indian civilisation
    • Ancient Persian civilisation
    • a question of a revival of ancient traditions but of a re-discovery by
    • with ancient lore, that does not show that Anthroposophy is merely a
    • under the influence of the ancient Divine Wisdom possessed by those
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • This is a first feeling that can come over us. Many an ancient song,
    • many an ancient myth, brimful of wonderful revelations, rings to us
    • the Earth, those ancient days when the Earth was one with the other

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