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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
- region we walk upon the hardest rocks on earth, which, when they
- receiving impressions from those hard and stern rocks towering up from
- the hardest on the earth, he penetrates by their means directly into
- man’s soul reflected in this hard rock. Finally he receives the
- of Imaginative cognition when it is applied to the hardest part of
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
- the primeval mountains into what are now the hardest formations of
- deposited as primeval mountains were not so hard as today. This only
- came afterwards, this hardened state through circumstances which
- that far-off time was scarcely harder than wax.
- see a quartz crystal, it is so hard that, as I have said before, if
- cosmos was transparent, and its relative hardness, its wax-like
- hardness can only be described by mentally employing the sense of
- in and then gradually hardening. Silica had a wax-like consistency at
- this hard rock one has pictures of the cosmos — this phenomenon
- forms and thereby they became somewhat harder, somewhat denser. Then
- or, compared with present-day trees with their hard trunk, all that
- oak.) If you compare the hardness of the oak of today with the
- of the earth, and let the hard metals tell you what they remember
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
- It is relatively much harder to approach in the Akashic
- relatively much harder to approach the ancient Mystery Centres of
- these repelling forces are through such courage not so hard to
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
- pressed, as if everything were pressing hard, his breath were
- pressing hard, his blood in every direction were pressing too hard.
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
- gelatinous material something arose which was physically much harder
- than our hard things today. It was not, however, mineral, as the
- hard horny material. There was at that time nothing mineral in the
- present sense of crystallization or the like. That which was hard as
- a mineral was of a hard horny nature. It has such a structure that
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
- reality they have not originated in the firm hard earth, they have
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
- forms. A diamond is carbon, hard carbon; graphite is carbon; coke is
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