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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
- flowers, blue flowers, green grass and shining promising ears of corn
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
- fluid albumen-like element. Such an observer would see green ever
- green in this element of albumen. Then in the time which would
- time when the environment of our earth grows green. But he would have
- to look up to the green rather than look down on it.
- with that which at that time within the atmosphere grew green and
- experience this process of the becoming green and fading away as
- with the phenomenon of the arising and passing away of the green, we
- disappearing, growing green and then fading away; soft animal-like
- something between a musty smell and the smell arising from green
- to which we look up something which grows green and fades away again.
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
- green and fading away. And if, as I said, a man at that time could
- became green and then passed away. All this was perceived by man as
- silica as the plant-beings becoming green and fading away, the
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