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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • oxygen and nitrogen play the chief part, carbon and hydrogen play a
    • possible to speak of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulphur and so on,
    • spiritual being of that time and speak of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen,
    • It is possible to speak today of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, etc., but
    • become denser, what we now call carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
    • substance. Carbon is not present there as carbon, nor oxygen as
    • also in existence. Gradually there developed what we know as carbon,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • carbon, hydrogen, sulphur, and so on. These things simply did not
    • sulphur, carbon, hydrogen. Man then saw everything in an earthly
  • 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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    • acid and glycerin and obtain carbonic acid, which vanishes, and what
    • carbonic acid into formic acid. I beg you to take note: oxalic acid,
    • formic acid, and this carbonic acid which dies away. If you go into
    • breathes out carbonic acid. We drive it out with the expired breath,
    • this carbon dioxide. You can compare the retort with the heated
    • compare with the lungs, and there where the carbonic acid gas
    • disperses is the expired breath, carbonic acid coming from the lungs.
    • formic acid and in carbonic acid.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • exists in man as carbon has a direct relationship with oxygen.
    • We breathe out carbonic acid. We produce in ourselves
    • carbon dioxide. We unite carbon with oxygen. The plants require
    • carbon dioxide for their life; and this carbon possesses the opposite
    • carbon played an enormous part in the ancient Mysteries. On the one
    • study of man, while, on the other hand, carbon was referred to in the
    • were very important things in olden times. Carbon was the
    • Carbon appears on the earth in a number of different
    • forms. A diamond is carbon, hard carbon; graphite is carbon; coke is
    • carbon; anthracite is carbon. On the earth carbon appears before us
    • other forms of carbon, besides those we find here on the earth. And
    • now learnt what metamorphoses the substance of carbon could undergo.
    • On the earth carbon is either coal or graphite or diamond or
    • secret possessed in these ancient Mysteries. Carbon on the moon is
    • silver. Carbon is the
    • carbon is only diamond, coal or anthracite on the earth; for what
    • carbon-silver, those Intelligences have to do who once lived on the
    • with the sun, of the Silver-secret and the Carbon-secret in
    • secrets of carbon, the secrets of silver, that secret which again is
    • carbon work in man, and how other metals related to the other planets
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