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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • as the chalk or limestone of the earth. If you go into the primeval
    • Thus we find chalk as the second substance in the earth.
    • This chalk continually oozes in and the essential thing
    • incorporates itself into the chalk. But the chalk retains the cosmic
    • forces. Chalk indeed is something quite different from the coarse
    • and falling of chalky substance. Chalk-mist is formed and then
    • chalk-rain. There was a period on the earth when the water which
    • today rises in mist and falls as rain was of a chalk nature which
    • about that this chalk is specially attracted by the gelatinous, the
    • are in the chalk) through these forces the whole gelatinous mass is
    • there as coagulated albumen. The chalk abstracts the albumen and
    • which the earth, after the heavens had given it chalk, took and made
    • out from the common albuminous mass and were seized on by the chalk,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • the earth-evolution at that stage all that unpretentious chalk which
    • we also have in the Jura mountains. In the chalk deposits, in the
    • of the rain. The chalky element rises upwards, permeates that which
    • had condensed in the fluid albumen, filling it with chalk so that it
    • the element of chalk.
    • chalk, the union of this chalk with the coagulated albumen, again its
    • creation which arises when the chalk fills out the coagulated albumen
    • macrocosmic Word in this rising and falling of the chalk. And when
    • of chalk composition, the skeleton, and that which once rang forth to
    • consider this. In the element of chalk we have something which at
    • that time was still fluid; the chalk ascended as vapour and fell in
    • drops again as rain. The chalk was of a fluid nature. As it ascended
    • condition the element of water was active, i.e. the chalk, still
    • condensed everything. The chalk became denser, etc. We human beings
    • the chalk there was the silica, which now appears in quartz. In this
    • descending chalk. And when he traced further that which was in the
    • chalk. Man looked into the silicic acid, and the plant-creation
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • which the earth then was, with its chalk and stone-formation
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • chalk, to arise, in order to receive into her bosom what the heavens

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