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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • which the outer world has brought to us. We are really human beings
    • further in our thoughts, realising them inwardly in our thoughts,
    • world of ideas in our inner being. We really practise better
    • sufficiently sound sense of reality such a continuation of our
    • is wholly drawn from reality,
    • beings, even the so-called thinkers of today in reality only get so
    • thinking we come to this realisation, viz. that if a man really
    • but it is meant to imply that when a man really experiences thinking,
    • man attains to the reality of thinking within himself he attains to
    • man really understands it, if he has really taken the trouble to
    • the order and reality of the cosmic etheric sphere if he has grasped
    • When a man enters into this experience he really makes a noteworthy
    • when he realises: formerly you always comprehend the world; now that
    • really makes his memories an inner experience, then again a quite
    • what memories may become when they are much more real.
    • You can make memory a real experience if you recall with
    • the utmost possible realism something which you actually experienced
    • did long ago when you really sat in front of them as a child at
    • formerly existed. That is really an extraordinary experience. If you
    • past with utmost possible reality into the present. In this way you
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • for one might really suppose that a writer who makes a remark of this
    • the realm of the planetary world which belongs to our earth. We have
    • and we shall understand what really happens there if we bear in mind
    • conditions. You may realize how strongly man is subject to this
    • I am obliged to clothe in human speech something for which one really
    • and colour — then he really begins to regard the play of colour
    • his environment which man can cultivate, for he can then really raise
    • human being we realize that in these man carries his soul and spirit
    • It is really a question of understanding this union of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • with the Luciferic realm. I told you also how in the cosmos, i.e.,
    • memory, fashions man within as regards the soul. In reality, far more
    • way in which our experiences have become memories has really
    • astral body, really consisting in memories. We can also see how these
    • To one who can perceive this truth it is really
    • memories unite during sleep, but with that which really lies behind
    • Thus we can really say: During sleep our soul with its
    • saying nothing untrue, nothing unreal if you utter the following:
    • is far more united than he realizes with the outer world of nature,
    • with reference to human sleep, because in reality, during those years
    • nevertheless it actually points to a significant reality. That which
    • outside him as it is during sleep one sees that it really consists in
    • really a criticism of a remark by Haller. Haller said: “Into
    • Only at the change of teeth do we begin to develop our real being.
    • physical reality.
    • spiritual knowledge, could really transpose himself into these
    • lives in human souls, and in reality human life is very intimately
    • This means in reality that you are living with this
    • If we realize this, then, as I have told you, when we
    • a fact that when a man really fashions his external appearance more
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • went through in his own being together with the earth. It is really
    • which is really the most wonderful and beautiful, that is, when, in
    • get its bearings in the world is really the most wonderful thing we
    • can observe in earthly life — this realization of itself as a
    • reflected back. It is these forces which really raise the child up.
    • assertion is really without foundation. People are accustomed to
    • see the realization of his karma as the result of his former earth
    • So we must really bring together all the truths which
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • As regards those very ancient times it is really not
    • but in its fluidity it was similar to albumen; so that in reality the
    • this substance according to its qualities may really be described as
    • plant-force which is really out there in the cosmos attracts it up to
    • that as man he was still wholly spiritual. We express a reality when
    • cosmic forces they do not speak of what above all things is reality.
    • They take nowhere into account that which is really living. Even in
    • into account there is no reality.
    • touch upon a reality of which the man of the present day usually has
    • correspond with reality today when someone says from what he
    • earth the metals had really not much else to do, unless man made some
    • forms which were really animals, forms which gradually consolidated
    • They are as follows: Man, humanity, really belonged to
    • events one can then really speak of what one remembers, one really
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • the John Gospel must ask himself: What is really indicated when the
    • Word is placed at the very beginning of all things? What is really
    • really takes place in it when you speak.”
    • really deeper mystery, because through this preparation he was able
    • to realize that the individual human being was inwardly connected
    • superficial, it is really disgracefully superficial. What can we say
    • And we may now say: this is the reality at the beginning
    • It is really the case that in that which was taught the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • all that we experience as difficulties if we have really gained
    • You can realize that it is one thing to have attained a
    • who has really trodden the path of striving after knowledge, all this
    • The whole head was such that one saw it must really be
    • sensations one must go through in order really to approach the truth,
    • And now, because they had inwardly realized the working
    • alone, and during this silence and solitude each one really felt in
    • is something we call knowledge, but it has really no value in the
    • really illusion, that is deception. For that which appears in this
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • yesterday had for its object a real insight into the secrets of the
    • They really concern everything which leads man along the path into
    • expressed in these words must be realized according to its true inner
    • no use of it. I can make nothing of it.” The pupil really only
    • lay pressing down the trees or the like, really things which, as has
    • which always gave him the impression of reality. So that he felt
    • my sense of life. I am really split up in the world.” From this
    • which we derive our corporeality, in this world something continually
    • sensation as the after-effect of both statues. And the pupil really
    • half-reality, i.e., chilled or shaken and bewitched as by dreams. The
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • with his outer senses. But he really knew when he had these
    • begins with his stomach. So it is really nonsense for the present-day
    • This element is really nothing but Nature-goodness, for I feel
    • something is being given to me. I am really surrounded by pure
    • of course, in physical earth-reality, but in a picture.
    • So you see that the Hibernian Mysteries really belong to
    • took place, which were really not so fearfully striking outwardly as
    • the event was taking place in physical reality on another spot of
    • earth. The physical reality of Palestine was seen spiritually in
    • But that which was based only on physical reality
    • reality. And the art which came from Hibernia could no longer be felt
    • impress made by it on the mind. But the real substance, the spiritual
    • But we cannot really fathom them if we have not first
    • realizes why that is so. We see that indeed these Hibernian Mysteries
    • sustained by inner freedom. For through real inner activity we can
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • to mind the real significance. of the fact that the knowledge and
    • reality, a sensible event, but only in a spiritual way. It was not
    • mystery of Golgotha, which is really only comprehensible by means of
    • that man is a real microcosm; that means that everything which is to
    • entered deeply into his soul, he was lead into the real Mysteries of
    • transformations of the earth, then art thou really a complete human
    • iron which thou really knowest, and which is not the iron within the
    • And in the Spirit, as in a real vision the statue of the
    • which is in reality the nature-processes of the earth.
    • doing with nature really anything else in our science than what the
    • a time when Plato was very old, and really at the end of his earthly
    • not have seemed correct to you, but what I have told you is really an
    • found — that Christ must really be recognized and known.
    • to understand in its original reality what has been so beautifully
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • comprehensible to you that I should say of Aristotle, who really
    • write a history of their own scientific thinking they should really
    • this in time what they have to say is not really adequate; and if
    • back into the earliest times; but it is no reality that they
    • man himself, and he was made to realize his connection with the
    • realize and feel the warm air. He was told: “Picture to thyself
    • feel, when this warm air approaches thee, that something really wants
    • contrast with this realize cold water in any form. Simply feel it;
    • them from without. Thou canst really only feel the warm air within
    • and “inside” are simply empty expressions, which really
    • observation of that which really lives in the plants, as they unfold
    • the wide spaces of the cosmos; realize the impression that this makes
    • answer this question of the master: “What dost thou really
    • towards thee? What dost thou really perceive there?” And the
    • reality they have not originated in the firm hard earth, they have
    • and have their real true existence, as beings of water, in a previous
    • The pupil was led to say: “It is really the
    • valuable on earth. Really, nothing is too stupid for the man of today
    • so now one learned to know the real secret of man on earth through
    • and thereby obtained an answer to the question: What was the real
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • realize that there exists between these two human beings a common
    • You must realize clearly and deeply what an utterly
    • legendary compared with the reality, out of the depths of the
    • Kabiri through the mantric word and its power represented the reality
    • the reality of Mars; and in that of the third Kabiri he learnt the
    • reality of Apollo, the Sun.
    • fashion-plate forms, to get some idea of what Greek art really was in
    • can realize all these things vividly in his feeling. In the
    • could realize with truth how the Gods could be felt. For the sense of
    • feeling, of contacting the Gods. The most marvelous thing is really
    • really transcending, going out of himself, there arose something
    • it was in the heavens that he saw the real beings of substances. It
    • reality they are simply the seeds which have been implanted into the
    • drop-form on earth. What then is quicksilver really? The fact is, the
    • 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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    • its impulse out into the world. Whoever really understands the
    • anyone who really understands the Mystery of Golgotha understands at
    • came that period which possessed no real Temples, but still had, as
    • character. That is such a real truth that one may say that those who
    • reality oxalic acid is spread out everywhere in the world of
    • offering, who becomes really inwardly glowing through the exercises
    • Mysteries of the Middle Ages; but that which constituted the real
    • Samothracian or Hibernian, that which was the real greatness of these
    • The real true Astrology depended upon a man's attaining
    • how the processes took place and what really happened. Astrology in
    • investigation through observation nor was it calculation; it really
    • really had passed away, Alchemy still existed; and intercourse with
    • was a real Rosicrucian laboratory, we find in it instruments
    • really look into. a deep tragedy; and this tragedy of the Middle
    • But those real investigators of the Middle Ages who
    • could no longer attain a really complete knowledge of man; but he
    • to the nature spirits; and these could not give them any real
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • aware of this fact — one does not always realize what an
    • Europe. We must realize clearly that the figure of Faust as described
    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • could really bring to his consciousness.
    • When one looks into these things, it is really painful
    • really was evoked by means of these many exercises and through
    • which man really has his life, made a deep impression on the pupil of
    • real Astrology, could only be learnt, as I explained in the last
    • lecture, by a real living intercourse with the Intelligences of the
    • occurred, as it were, a section of that great conflict which really
    • realize clearly the situation in which such an investigator found
    • rightly prepared. This really occurred! But he knew from external
    • really enter into the secrets of the Cosmos in a spiritual way.
    • Nature was really of a dubious nature. While on the one hand they
    • and fire, and could approach them in all their living reality, on the
    • whole earth. He really experienced that when he felt the blood
    • because in its various metamorphoses our blood really reflects those
    • humanity. In reality it is but a faint reflection of this which we
    • relating to the secret of the moon, will realize the connection of



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