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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • atmosphere we take oxygen into ourselves, that our relation to the
    • general that this atmosphere, consisting in oxygen and nitrogen,
    • oxygen and nitrogen play the chief part, carbon and hydrogen play a
    • possible to speak of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulphur and so on,
    • spiritual being of that time and speak of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen,
    • It is possible to speak today of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, etc., but
    • as it has within it today. Oxygen, nitrogen, potassium, sodium and so
    • become denser, what we now call carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
    • substance. Carbon is not present there as carbon, nor oxygen as
    • oxygen, but there is a substance of a higher nature. As I have said,
    • sulphurous. Oxygen gradually gained the upper hand over the sulphur,
    • oxygen, the alkaline heavy metals, and the like. These things were
  • 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
    • thoroughly receptive. Oxygen does not affect or alter gold. This
    • that because gold has no relationship with oxygen, with the breath of
    • the breath of life — oxygen — is attracted by something
    • oxygen and repels it, will have nothing to do with it, and therefore
    • exists in man as carbon has a direct relationship with oxygen.
    • carbon dioxide. We unite carbon with oxygen. The plants require



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