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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
- itself developed independence, whereas in the first Saturn period it
- has experienced in its passage through Saturn, Sun and Moon. We must
- of this) are told us by that which Saturn has to communicate to the
- Saturn period. What you find in my
- the Saturn, Sun and Moon periods, etc.
- example, would be that those forms of Saturn which you will find
- ancient Saturn period, had reached a certain density. If such a thing
- certain time, about the middle of this Saturn period these beings
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
- of the Old Sun, of Old Saturn, the predecessors of the earth as you
- the Sun existence or the Saturn existence.
- gold tells us of the Sun, lead tells us of Saturn, copper tells us of
- extended far out, copper to Venus, lead to Saturn. Today we are
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
- death. No Future would result out of the Past. Saturn, Sun, Moon,
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
- as the Saturn-existence, as the existence where man lived
- as planetary Saturn-heat; he perceived heat when the outer heat was
- heat, sensing heat against heat, this was the Saturn-existence.
- Saturn-existence had become active in the pupil.
- learned to know Saturn, Sun, and Moon-existence as the successive
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
- Saturn is rich in lead. What iron is for the earth, lead is for
- Saturn; and one has to assume — this the student of the
- when the separation of Saturn from the common planetary body of the
- — when Saturn separated from this cosmic body, this fine
- division with reference to lead took place. One can say that Saturn
- distances Saturn filling the whole planetary system with its finely
- towards Saturn. The relationship of Saturn with earthly lead was
- work in man; but Saturn with its very different condition of warmth,
- that distant Saturn. It is the force which has come to rest in lead
- quiescent state. Thus it is the Saturn lead-forces which enable thee
- the Saturn lead-forces that thou dost not merely look around thee
- separated from the Cosmos. If the Saturn-forces alone existed in man
- hermit in his earth-life in spite of being inspired by Saturn with
- the power of memory. The pupil then learnt that against the Saturn
- the force of Saturn and the force of the moon, approaching from
- to man on the earth. Now Saturn takes from man what he receives from
- the moon, and what man receives from Saturn is taken by the moon. So,
- himself, a force which Saturn has in lead, that same force is
- activity of the lead-forces of Saturn; he is therefore not divorced
- opposition of Saturn and the moon., In the sanctity of the night it
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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
- lead told him about Saturn, tin about Jupiter, iron about Mars, gold
- lead-grayness. Saturn nature revealed itself.
- basis of warmth during the ancient Saturn-time. In the same way he
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
- Mars, Jupiter and Saturn and then looked down to the earth, he saw in
- relation of those planets, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn, which travel in
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