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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • The Speech of the Metals
    • The backward-raying Forces of the Metals,
    • interior of the earth, in veins or lodes of metal, or anything of a
    • metallic nature generally. Here we penetrate under the surface of the
    • earth; but here, when we meet what is metallic we come to something
    • Metals have something of an independent nature in them, they can be
    • relationship with that which is metallic, even if he does not go down
    • acquired with special intensity in metal mines. Even metal miners
    • may call a deep sense of the spiritual element in metals; for the
    • metals not only perceive the environment of the cosmos but they
    • perceived by the spiritual ears is spoken also by the metals in the
    • let the metals relate to us what were the experiences of the earth.
    • undergone in the process, of this the metals of the earth speak.
    • the metals of the earth can assume two different forms. When this
    • referring. For the metals speak more — if I may express myself
    • thus; it is of course somewhat oddly expressed — the metals
    • were to take into account the narratives of the metals, to which one
    • indirectly, by the metals. Ovid was certainly not himself capable of
    • directly understanding the language of the metals, and what he
    • metal-miners, for instance, and in this way he acquired a great part
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • The Cosmic Memory of the Metals
    • metals of the earth, with all that has its being in the earth,
    • through the fact that the earth is permeated with veins of metal,
    • metals. This relationship into which man can enter with the metals
    • on, all the lighter so-called metals simply did not exist in that
    • metallic elements of the earth back into those ancient times we feel
    • recollection aroused by the metallic element of the earth we
    • in man through the relationship with the metals an enhanced human
    • When these ores, these metallic substances developed out
    • earth the metals had really not much else to do, unless man made some
    • became transformed. As the metals were now within the earth the whole
    • oxygen, the alkaline heavy metals, and the like. These things were
    • which is of a metallic nature in the earth. For when one is united
    • with these metals, which conceal within them the memory of earthly
    • of the earth, and let the hard metals tell you what they remember
    • cosmos, arising and vanishing.” The memory of the metals of the
    • earth takes us back to that condition where the metals were cosmic
    • theoretical impression communicated by the metallic element of the
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
    • in this way we learn to understand the speech of the metals, then
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • I also said that when man unites himself with the metals
    • memory produced by the metals, the past of the earth, as though one
    • still find in them the molten metals of the musical instruments which
    • metals those musical instruments which conjured into the flames those
    • closely connected with the metals? Through connection with the metals
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • as part of his organization. He also carries other metals within him,
    • calcium, sodium, magnesium, and so on; but there are other metals
    • metals within by means of ordinary scientific methods, if one
    • did not carry in his being these other metals, lead, tin,
    • the earth also had a part in these metals and their forces, just as
    • could permeate his being with it. The other metals which we have just
    • well-known grayish-white metal, which has a definite density. One can
    • which was related to the single metals of the earth, which, however,
    • of the metals which thou wast able to assimilate from the planetary
    • before thee shows thee in the metals which cannot today exist within
    • it. But these metals which the earth carries in its body today are no
    • That which thou hast today in the dense metallic ores of lead, tin,
    • in these dense compact metals — these metals poured themselves
    • out on to the earth in a quite different condition. These metals as
    • metal-beings. The corpse has remained of that metal-being which
    • statue which stood beside it that which the metals at that time were.
    • which was the metals in their former shape, and surrounded it with
    • the metallic mass, as the pupil now saw in a symbolic way; and that
    • metal-element with earthly substance.
    • the Mother-statue received the metal-forces which were offered by the
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
    • out of the earth, he was led on further to the metals of the earth,
    • to the principal metals, Lead, Tin, Iron, Gold, Copper, Quicksilver,
    • as I have indicated, he then made himself acquainted with the metals,
    • metals he experienced the secrets of the entire planetary system. For
    • the metallic secret. First he learnt the secret of the plants,
    • secondly that of the metals.
    • This secret of the metals which was given in the
    • of the metals still formed part of the instruction given, even at the
    • time of Aristotle; and in this secret of the metals there was
    • coarse as they are today. When he approached the metal lead it did
    • sense the leaden-grey colour of the fresh metal lead extinguished the
    • metallity. He came into another condition of consciousness and
    • the metal gold, with its self-contained shining yellow colour, its
    • system by means of the different metals, and the pupil, who did not
    • I think about the metals;
    • Actually the metals which are today in the earth came
    • moon secrets in flowers, and the reflection of the planets in metals,
    • felt the metallity of the earth as born of the sun and the air;
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • exists by way of metal inside it has been placed in the earth by the
    • which we find in the Samothracian Mysteries, when the metals of the
    • element that which Mother earth brought to the metals and in the
    • order to become metal.
    • similar to quicksilver, or at any rate that some particular metal was
    • every metal in so far as it stands under the influence of the entire
    • periphery alone worked on this metal? In that case copper would be of
    • be in drop-form. Each metal, if only the cosmos worked, would be
    • quicksilver; for all metals are mercury in so far as the cosmos works
    • other metals — lead, copper, tin, iron — have transcended
    • of the spherical cosmos, all metals were mercury, but they have
    • tin, lead are the good metals, because they have progressed with
    • evolution. Quicksilver is the Lucifer among the metals, because it
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • life, i.e., oxygen, and to which most of the other metals are so
    • carbon work in man, and how other metals related to the other planets

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