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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • which goes back to the regulations of the ancient Mysteries, which
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • EPHESIAN MYSTERIES OF ARTEMIS
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • degree in the cosmic mysteries that which sounds forth as a riddle in
    • the first verses of the John Gospel points to the Mysteries of the
    • through enquiry of the Mysteries of Ephesus something could be
    • into the Mysteries of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus. Let us look
    • Mysteries at Ephesus centred in the first place in that which sounds
    • Mysteries not from any historical presentation (for human barbarism
    • given in the Ephesian Mysteries began.
    • forth within man. It was made clear to the pupil in the Mysteries of
    • When in the Mysteries of Ephesus this great truth was
    • Mysteries he was always exhorted with these words:
    • body, were as a veil over the cosmic mysteries which sounded from his
    • enclosing these mysteries of the cosmos.
    • with the mysteries of the cosmos. The saying “Know Thyself”
    • the mysteries of the moon resounded, and from the other the mysteries
    • The pupil of the Ephesian Mysteries could take into his
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • MYSTERIES OF HIBERNIA
    • HAD to speak to you last time of the Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis in
    • on the island of Ireland, the Mysteries of Hibernia concerning which
    • Mysteries they had come to the conclusion: if it must be so, then we
    • In all cases in the ancient Mysteries men were subjected
    • difficulties as were the pupils of the Mysteries in Hibernia.
    • that time before the Cosmic Mysteries of the Microcosm, and of the
    • in these lectures, which formed the content of the Artemis Mysteries
    • different kinds of Mysteries, and men were led in the most different
    • Hibernian Mysteries must now be written down.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • The Being of the Hibernian Mysteries
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • have seen that the Initiation of the Hibernian Mysteries described
    • it no longer recalled the ancient form of the Primeval Mysteries. One
    • etheric body. The pupil in the Mysteries of Hibernia was thus guided
    • the Mysteries a single spiritual path was not indicated, we shall
    • different paths of the Mysteries were appointed in order to unveil
    • experiences of the Initiation candidates of the Mysteries of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • The Great Mysteries of Hibernia
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Hibernian Mysteries, and you saw in the last lecture that the
    • was implanted in the pupil of the Hibernian Mysteries that by the
    • You see, therefore, that in the Hibernian Mysteries the
    • another world, was the pupil of the Hibernian Mysteries brought to
    • So you see that the Hibernian Mysteries really belong to
    • Mysteries. For that into which the pupils were initiated gave them a
    • Macrocosm. These Hibernian Mysteries were great Mysteries.
    • the great Mysteries, that in these great Mysteries the Christ was
    • through so many trials, a Centre of the Great Mysteries, a Centre of
    • Christian Mysteries before the Mystery of Golgotha, in which in the
    • great festivals were held within the Hibernian Mysteries, and within
    • Mysteries. And that which came to pass in actual fact in Palestine,
    • the echoes of that which was seen in the Hibernian Mysteries spread
    • effects, the impulses of the great Hibernian Mysteries streamed into
    • back on the Hibernian Mysteries I would say, with a truly deepened
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • CHTHONIC AND THE ELEUSINIAN MYSTERIES
    • truths expressed in the Mysteries of Hibernia had been, in a manner
    • in the Mysteries of Hibernia. We indicated also that epoch in which
    • Mysteries of Hibernia, they had of necessity to experience a physical
    • understand what had come over from the Mysteries of Hibernia, but, as
    • These Mysteries of Greece were divided into two classes;
    • world in spirit, while the other investigated the mysteries of nature
    • were initiated into both kinds of mysteries. Of these it was said
    • that they had knowledge and had been initiated into the Mysteries of
    • the Father, the Mysteries of Zeus, and also that they had been
    • admitted into the Mysteries of the Mother, the Mysteries of Demeter.
    • which is of special significance — the union of both Mysteries.
    • Concerning this union of both Mysteries we see that
    • Mysteries in Ancient Greece. You know that man has iron in his being,
    • undergoing initiation into the Greek Mysteries, and the apex of this
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Europe, yet he himself stood firmly based on the Greek Mysteries, and
    • indeed on all the Mysteries of that time. Indeed we must even say
    • his own way the ancient Mysteries, though in a more ideal form. But
    • it was from those ancient Mysteries.
    • point in these Mysteries was that man, through the knowledge he
    • Eleusinian Mysteries, through that mighty planetary globe which, as I
    • at that time the schoolroom was related to the Mysteries, and the
    • Mysteries signified the world. A knowledge of the world was the
    • result of the forces which predominated in the Mysteries. That gave
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • MYSTERIES OF THE SAMOTHRACIAN KABIRI
    • different kinds of Mysteries, and we have especially attempted to
    • obtain an insight into those Mysteries which were, so to say, the
    • last of the great Mysteries which connected man s inner being
    • were the Mysteries of Hibernia; and we have seen how, through insight
    • spiritual as well as an individual personal nature, the Mysteries of
    • find there many other kinds of Mysteries; but today, as all our
    • from those Mysteries of which Aristotle does not speak, but to which
    • he was closely related. These were the Mysteries which in the deepest
    • of the Northern Greek Mysteries through his gaze having been first
    • so they were seen in the Samothracian Mysteries, the Northern Greek
    • Mysteries; but the essential thing was that through these vessels,
    • them later in Samothrace, in these Mysteries of the Kabiri. One looks
    • When the pupil of the Kabiri Mysteries in Samothrace
    • of the sacrificial Father;” for in these Mysteries the
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries
    • to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • FROM THE SPIRIT OF THE ANCIENT MYSTERIES TO THE SPIRIT OF THE
    • MYSTERIES OF THE MIDDLE AGES
    • said in the last lecture, the Mysteries extended over different
    • that region of the earth, had its own special form of the Mysteries.
    • nature of the Mysteries. That is the time which in the evolution of
    • was formerly divided among the different Mysteries over the earth.
    • other Mysteries I have described in that it stands before the whole
    • world on the stage of history; whereas the ancient Mysteries operated
    • If we look into the eastern Mysteries which I have
    • portrayed to you, the Mysteries of Asia Minor, the Mysteries of
    • Ephesus, if we turn to the Greek Mysteries, whether they be the
    • Chthonic or the Eleusinian Mysteries, or if we look at the
    • Samothracian Mysteries mentioned in the last lecture, or, lastly, to
    • the Mysteries which I have characterized as the Mysteries of
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • the Rosicrucian Mysteries
    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of humanity through the centuries including: the Ephesian Mysteries of
    • Artemis, the Mysteries of Hibernia, the Chthonic and Eleusinian Mysteries,
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • SOUL-STRIVINGS DURING THE MIDDLE AGES THE ROSICRUCIAN MYSTERIES
    • some extent, the Mysteries as I have outlined them as belonging to
    • you the nature of the Mysteries at any rate from one point of view,
    • striving of that period is often described as the Mysteries of the
    • and known by man in the very oldest Mysteries, when he looked up to
    • ancient Mysteries received this impression of the darkened solar orb
    • Mysteries, was able to have this impression could truly never forget
    • the ancient Mysteries. Thus he received the impression that gold
    • That was one of the secrets of these ancient Mysteries;
    • perceived by the pupil of these ancient Mysteries of which I have
    • Mysteries was then led to experience the opposite pole of gold, the
    • carbon played an enormous part in the ancient Mysteries. On the one
    • ancient Mysteries in such a way that it was called the Stone of the
    • in the ancient Mysteries, men learnt to understand that there existed
    • ancient Sun Mysteries, we find there in addition to what I have said
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