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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • further, but to give himself up to his memories. If he does this, and
    • something given to him from the cosmos. In the ages when men had a
    • this is. Memory gives our soul its colouring. We can know quite
    • gives the soul its colouring.
    • what has remained as memory in the soul and has given the soul a
    • I wanted to give you this as a kind of introduction to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • physical body which is given over to the elements of the earth, and
    • is the form which gives actual shape to the physical substance which
    • given him as a covering, as a garment, as an instrument, namely the
    • is given him on the pure line of inheritance through father and
    • of inherited characteristics is contained that which gives the
    • the rising mist forms itself into clouds, these beings have to give
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • age. I was given a school-book. The first thing that happened to it
    • tree may give us particular pleasure; and if the will becomes warm in
    • which he himself had first given to nature. He can perceive on the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of all into our brain we should be given up entirely to our
    • preserve the memory of them. This capacity is given us by the finely
    • between the metals and man can only be given in that language which
    • It becomes more fluid until it gives off lead fumes. But all the time
    • the knowledge given by Anthroposophy.
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • which the earth, after the heavens had given it chalk, took and made
    • the case I have just given you as an experience of a short earthly
    • lantern on their heads which shines and also gives warmth. Down below
    • will find them given in my
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • sacred to the ancients. We find that the instruction given in the
    • given in the Ephesian Mysteries began.
    • picture of the burning Goetheanum arises before us. The pain may give
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • it has given impulses to this modern spiritual movement, and yet has
    • indications are given in my
    • was given in that place, who were led on to the Cosmic Word. Now, if
    • give himself, so to speak, up to it. He was prepared for this because
    • this voice pronounced the words which I give to you as follows:—
    • because the German word “Gluck” does not give the right
    • truths or knowledge. The point is to give the experiences of the
    • Images wished to give thee — Science and Art.”
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • that which the dream of Summer gives, which I inwardly experience in
    • give you somewhat in the following way, in the German language:
    • You see how that which gives the candidates for
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • given, for that which man was accustomed to look upon appeared before
    • come in fact into a condition in which you could inwardly give a
    • able to give at least dreamlike indications of what I have shown you
    • streaming into me from all around out of this element (forgive that I
    • something is being given to me. I am really surrounded by pure
    • causes me to exist, gives me form, and sustains me in so far as I
    • influences, than in that which was given to men — the way in
    • was given to mankind. I explained this some time ago in the periodical
    • it a reasonable explanation which I have given, that the
    • time was given to men in such a way that they were unable to grasp it
    • were indeed the last echo of an old wisdom given to mankind by the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • earth is not in a condition to give the lead a form in which it can
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • what the earth in becoming earth could give out of its own being.
    • what is given by the Father-element in the cosmos.
    • To the Greek pupil was given a different natural
    • That is the account given in the history books.
    • which were also given to Aristotle by Plato from out of the
    • That which Aristotle actually had to give also followed
    • certain human beings in Central Europe. Theophrastus had given his
    • understanding will be discussed in the lectures to be given here; and
    • humanity, and which will be given to the delegates at Christmas I
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • gather from the short representations I give in my book,
    • they then approach Greek knowledge, what they have to give is purest
    • such teachings as were taken earnestly were so given that they were
    • This secret of the metals which was given in the
    • of the metals still formed part of the instruction given, even at the
    • answer the question: “How much does a man give us of the
    • meadow in the light of the impression they give of these elements of
    • evoked his attitude of mind at a given period in his life. He really
    • the instruction in physics which his teacher gives him and what he
    • which will be given in the near future, at the meeting of the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • to give descriptions of what Mercury was still supposed to be in 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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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • like to give you an instance of this, one which is probably well
    • might perhaps give him a remedy for this by giving him formic acid so
    • another patient in whom similar symptoms appear; if you give him
    • formic acid it does not help him; but the moment you give him oxalic
    • to the nature spirits; and these could not give them any real
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • be given to you in the, coming historical lectures; but with
    • give concerning the historical development of humanity from the



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