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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • knowledge has, throughout, this characteristic: it starts from the
    • exercised upon the life of man by the world of stars, another on
    • get to know something of the influence of the stars on human life, it
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • immediately enters something which right from the start causes
    • start.
    • different way is actually interesting, and I must start from
    • only start from this other knowledge of soul in order to
    • believe that because I start from the dream I already give it
    • of the day in such a way before your soul that you start with
    • your soul, so that you start at the certain time and now trace
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • Let us then take this for our starting point. We will look at the
    • distances of the stars, describe their courses, examine them with a
    • themselves there admit of the conclusion that the stars contain the
    • to the world of the Stars, we have, first, the planetary
    • star-strewn heavens and see a star, a planet at a particular spot in
    • the sky; somewhere else we see a different star — Saturn,
    • following manner. If you were to start from a certain point lying in
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • cannot interpret. The light of the stars, the light of the Moon and
    • other light beside that of the Sun and Moon and Stars is perceptible,
    • flowing, flooding light of the Sun and the Stars. One who has learned
    • the Sun, or out into the far distances to the spheres of the Stars; he
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • between death and a new birth. We look up to the stars. What the stars
    • gathered together in diverse ways at the places where the stars appear
    • in the heavens. When we look at a star with our physical eyes —
    • colony of Spiritual Beings in the Cosmos. The physical star we see
    • signpost. Descriptions of the stars as given by physical science are
    • somewhere in the sky we see a star means that in that direction there
    • King of Spain who was once shown a map of the stars and their
    • the purely spiritual, in the starry heavens. Perception of the
    • form of comets, meteors and shooting stars. Now it is
    • shooting stars. They did so in earlier times as well, but in our time
    • starry system that were particularly at work. In our time it is the
    • have been describing them to you in connection with the world of stars
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • positions of certain stars in the heavens can be taken as viewpoints
    • picture. There is a connection between the place of a visible star in
    • terms of space and time, the imagery of the stars in the heavens is an
    • the same with all the stars and constellations. This fact must be
    • as it were, of all the interworking of the starry worlds. For this
    • working together of the stars, which is at the same time an expression
    • Fixed Stars. Here the work upon the primal germ of the human head, the
    • of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, to the world of the Stars, and then made
    • Teachers of the human race, to the starting-point of earthly
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • starry heavens, mean so little in human life that they must be
    • the several starry worlds.
    • essential being of man. Man belongs to the worlds of the stars and to



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