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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
- they also wish to spiritualise the earth into dense spiritual
- substance and permeate it with dense spiritual forces.
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
- atmosphere. The albumen in eggs today is very much denser, but it may
- become denser, what we now call carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
- that when such silicates in the wax-like condition began to condense
- forms and thereby they became somewhat harder, somewhat denser. Then
- cosmos, become dense and then dissolve away, something which grows
- kind; they were not so dense as these are, but they had gelatinous
- becomes denser and denser. In certain localities the silica
- of all this arose something which condensed more into itself.
- and through that process in somewhat denser fashion developed
- way they become somewhat denser and develop the first indications of
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
- air is rarefied into fire on the one hand, and again it is condensed
- earth existed there took place in a denser substance to an enhanced
- had condensed in the fluid albumen, filling it with chalk so that it
- fluid was rarefied to air and condensed to solid substance; as in our
- throats today the air rarefies to heat and condenses to water. That
- lived in water, rarefied itself to air and condensed to solid
- condensed everything. The chalk became denser, etc. We human beings
- which is now the denser element.
- Goetheanum condensed, as if in written characters:
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
- centre, as if the air in him became condensed, so that, if we would
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
- That which thou hast today in the dense metallic ores of lead, tin,
- in these dense compact metals — these metals poured themselves
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