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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • he no longer feels himself to be outside the cosmic secret, but
    • within it, no longer outside the divine Essence but within It. When a
    • acquire this experience of thinking, he rests no longer within the
    • He can no longer doubt
    • just characterised, it is no longer the world we should grasp. Man is
    • no longer the most important thing to approach oneself. This is the
    • did long ago when you really sat in front of them as a child at
    • seeing a sunrise. Gradually, along this path you will come to
    • But in the moment man has this thinking-experience he no longer feels
    • of the cosmic sphere. Everything comes from the universe, no longer
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • are there today, united with the moon. They belong to the population
    • the realm of the planetary world which belongs to our earth. We have
    • after his death he can no longer conceal this. When therefore we look
    • gate of death, having a good moral disposition. Indeed, that belongs
    • with the whole cosmic evolution those Beings who belong to the
    • out of man the spirit and soul, so that he should no longer trouble
    • ego which actually belongs to this body. Thus these Ahrimanic powers,
    • a time when the sense for the divine-spiritual was no longer alive,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • be in a position to build its new body — now no longer the
    • into such a situation belonging to my own youth. I then needed to
    • pages, so that I could no longer read them. That was an event of many
    • with these human beings. You have forgotten it long ago but it is
    • a day is longer, in Autumn shorter; in summer it is longest, in
    • memory of something experienced long ago; the day with its night
    • and summer-will into winter-will.” We are no longer related to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • but as physical earth man he belongs to the earth in its organic
    • which I carry about on me is a finger only as long as it is a part of
    • my organism; the moment I cut it off from my organism it is no longer
    • higher cognition that the intimate belonging-together of the physical
    • long as you yourself understand when you listen to him. That is the
    • connection of man with his former earth lives belong together.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • they were no longer merely outline forms. The silicious part fell
    • as if all this belonged to ourselves, as if we had something to do
    • something which belongs to us — in the same way in this cosmic
    • something which belongs to us. Man was already at that time connected
    • bodies and the power of movement. At one moment they had long limbs,
    • things so that he might no longer be a being in whom merely the gods
    • aura. Near it was a kind of snout, which besides was elongated
    • continually alongside the other happenings, for whenever something
    • They are as follows: Man, humanity, really belonged to
    • with what the earth once was you will no longer be able to doubt that
    • which belongs to the earth. The earth has its origin in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • is continually referred back along an inner path to the ancient
    • through them to other flames, those flames which once long ago
    • as these two conflagrations may be connected, so the longing to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • longer strictly true, it is truth wedged between all kinds of cliffs
    • of pupils were led, at not too long intervals, before this statue.
    • formerly, gone through along the path which I have described to you,
    • certain longing. Indeed, to experience such things signifies much
    • these sensations caused the pupil to have the most vivid longing when
    • which today can no longer be brought perceptibly before the mind in
    • after all his preparation and testing, after a still longer time had
    • longed for as truth. The pupils had indeed the feeling that on that
    • senses functioned no longer. They functioned no longer. After a time
    • he no longer saw the statue. But he read as in letters of flame on
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • They really concern everything which leads man along the path into
    • through in the presence of each individual statue to echo for a long
    • determined by the Karma of the pupil — sometimes longer, in
    • it no longer recalled the ancient form of the Primeval Mysteries. One
    • sufficiently long time — the Initiators had to take care that
    • it was a sufficiently long time — when the pupil had
    • within myself;” when the pupil had experienced this long enough
    • arose a living longing for union with a Being out of the Hierarchy of
    • The senses belong to the winter — this is what the pupil felt.
    • Then when he had for a sufficiently long time
    • images belong to it; Being is lacking. The pupil had now experienced
    • however, man with his being belongs, can be reached in the most
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • air and breathing, and he who thinks this does not belong to him,
    • should also think his mouth does not belong to him, but that his body
    • belonged to you. If a man seized anything then, he simply felt it
    • belonged to him, as the air-volume now belongs to him. So actually
    • something belonging to the soul, because you do not feel intensely
    • something belonging to the soul. Only think how little the physical
    • So you see that the Hibernian Mysteries really belong to
    • their community, i.e. by the people who belonged to the Hibernian
    • one might say, naturally came to this, that things were no longer
    • wisdom which came over from Hibernia was no longer grasped in its
    • reality. And the art which came from Hibernia could no longer be felt
    • on the direct representation of the spiritual, and all that belongs
    • that amazing fact that men were no longer accessible to spiritual
    • the consciousness of men was no longer accessible to spiritual
    • but could no longer experience.
    • examples of this spiritual revelation belonged such things as the
    • the epoch of freedom must be found inwardly by man. No longer through
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Europe. One must approach these things with an inner longing for
    • a long time, but it could only come about because a very great deal
    • extended over long periods in the course of this instruction) he was
    • named are also contained in the earth, but they are no longer of such
    • our earth belongs with this infinitely finely distributed lead.
    • in the earth, and which can now no longer work upon man in its
    • earth, for that belongs to the Mars nature, that which thou now seest
    • in the next lecture I will describe the way along which many deeply
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • phantasy. What they do is simply, in a sense, to prolong the present
    • spoke no longer of things, but of man himself, and it was said that
    • relationship with the earth, but belongs to the whole cosmos. Just as
    • inner being the idea that to this there belonged what drifted over
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • regard as something indifferent. We regard it as something belonging
    • flesh and blood, they belong together in a certain bodily way. And
    • no longer described the stars in their living essence, but when they
    • new epoch could no longer lead him to what his true being really is,
  • 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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    • Fundamentally it was a longing, but a longing which was
    • into the spiritual world in the Middle ages, no longer had, in truth,
    • there was no longer any idea of a soul ensouling your body, just as
    • processes of nature are simply pictures; no longer manifestations,
    • But man of today has no longer a true idea to what
    • Mysteries, could no longer be attained in the Middle Ages.
    • chemistry, there is no longer that tragedy which existed in the
    • still had intercourse, were able to arouse the longing after these
    • no longer find his way to them by means of the path of knowledge
    • into his cognition, he experienced the tragedy of no longer being
    • could no longer attain a really complete knowledge of man; but he
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • some extent, the Mysteries as I have outlined them as belonging to
    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • is deeply connected with the whole man, with the longing for
    • after long exercises had been undergone, and this impression was then
    • attributed the same symbol to gold and to the sun. Man no longer
    • belongs to the earth, but as regards the light from Venus, it is
    • investigators, in their alchemical laboratories, were no longer able,
    • Nature still stood in connection, but with whom man could no longer



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