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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • thinking. You will find therefore a fundamental tone or feeling in this
    • you find the sentence, “In thinking, man lifts an edge of the
    • case in the experience of thinking. That is why one finds in thinking
    • he finds himself as a free personality. This is not the case with the
    • can help you in this. Perhaps a lady may find in some comer or other
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • to begin with, we limit our considerations to memory, we find that
    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • them without prejudice, that unless a man finds his way into the
    • he finds himself entirely in an Ahrimanic environment, indeed, he
    • when we look at man's nature we find in it the Luciferic and the
    • again find the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic elements. That is the
    • Let us fix that firmly in our minds today. We find
    • environment. We find Ahriman and Lucifer in the rising mist and in
    • and we find in man a striving to create rhythm and equilibrium
    • between heredity and adaptation to environment. But we also find in
    • presumptuous striving of Ahriman finds its limits. In the clouds the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • may be removed from us in space we find our way to it in sleep) —
    • their inner being in their countenance we find a radiating and
    • We find therefore first of all the spirits of nature,
    • also find the world of the Angels, Archangels and Archai, and grow
    • experienced. Recall it vividly. Then in the night you find yourself
    • We find that the best expression of this will comes from
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • here. The first necessity is to find the right approach to the
    • Saturn period. What you find in my
    • example, would be that those forms of Saturn which you will find
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • indicated, to the Lemurian age and a little further back we find
    • in the mineral world today. We find stones, we take them in our
    • hands, we look attentively at them, and we find they have within them
    • fluid albuminous atmosphere. They had a shape which we find today on
    • substance in addition to the silica, and that is what you find today
    • mountains, or merely into the Jura mountains, you find this limestone
    • Thus we find chalk as the second substance in the earth.
    • find that in this albuminous atmosphere there is a continual rising
    • find them still doing this, bringing graphically to the mind of one
    • mud of the soft earth. In this morass too we find moving about as
    • through those events which you find described in my
    • finds what I have related today.
    • When we travel back into those earlier times we find
    • will find them given in my
    • like a cloud-formation. At a still earlier period we find forms
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • sacred to the ancients. We find that the instruction given in the
    • still find in them the molten metals of the musical instruments which
    • speak a language so pure and holy? Do we not find in these molten
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • received in Hibernia, we find that this preparation consisted in two
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • Und in dir sich wiederfindet.
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • And through thee finds foundation in Being.
    • that man must find Being for the knowledge he has acquired, by losing
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • find in this plant or that plant, in this animal or that animal, in
    • this man or that man, all that I find in my inner being clothes
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • earth, and who today find themselves in a colony on the moon.
    • only external history will find much that is splendid, beautiful,
    • yourselves. In all the older genuine historical works you will find
    • you would find they were more in number than during the times of the
    • is the same man! And we only need to examine this phenomenon to find
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • them, we find that at the same time in Ireland the Initiates
    • in the first centuries of Christian development, we find here and
    • knowledge, in order to find in the first Christian centuries those
    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • of descending into the depths. Above all, we find in Greece that
    • which he does not carry within him. If we were to try and find these
    • investigation, we should find no lead, no copper, no quicksilver, no
    • substances which we can also find in outer nature, but does not, for
    • still find traces that this was taught to those about to be initiated
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • products of nature, he finds everything dead, there is nothing but a
    • you look in the history books, you will also find this scene
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • peculiar hot climate, and there find human beings who differ
    • One can go over to Asia, and there again find human beings different.
    • undertaken in order to find the other side of the compass in addition
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • find there many other kinds of Mysteries; but today, as all our
    • Macedonian nation arose, we find how at that time there flowed over
    • earlier epoch in a much more majestic and mighty way than we find
    • which we find in the Samothracian Mysteries, when the metals of the
  • 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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    • Record, we find there joyful countenances, deeply earnest
    • world is spread. Now, of course, radically speaking we find oxalic
    • Oxalic acid is everywhere in the vegetable kingdom, and we find
    • Traditionally, we find preserved right on into our own
    • and find it out, or would think about it in order to discover it. As
    • was a real Rosicrucian laboratory, we find in it instruments
    • these Rosicrucian Mysteries we find practically everywhere the older,
    • no longer find his way to them by means of the path of knowledge
    • followed at that time. He could only find his way to the spirits of
    • Indeed we must say that we find a reminiscence of what was felt in
    • we find a faint echo of this in the first part of Faust in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • I have said that we do not find theoretical, easily
    • find in so many historical works in which we are told the reason why
    • other forms of carbon, besides those we find here on the earth. And
    • ancient Sun Mysteries, we find there in addition to what I have said
    • anthracite; but on the moon that which we find here on the earth as
    • modern materialistic times. One is always so astonished to find how
    • important find, but these are only broken fragments, whereas we may
    • even than we find in Goethe's Faust, beautiful and mighty though that
    • various organs of the body. We find here a confirmation of
    • find in Goethe's Faust, when he opens, as it were, the Book of the
    • of the Earth. That is simply a faint echo of what we find in so



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