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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • required they were led before two colossal statues, before two great,
    • mighty, majestic statues. The one was more majestic on account of its
    • impressive through its peculiar aspect. One statue was a male form,
    • Through these statues the pupils experienced the
    • approach of the Cosmic Word. These statues were to them, as it were,
    • One of the statues, the male statue, was of wholly
    • press the statue in every part. Through this action, it revealed
    • itself to them as hollow. It was in fact only the skin of a statue
    • Over this statue, over the head of this statue which was
    • One of the statues then made the impression directly
    • The other statue was such that first of all the eyes of
    • This statue was of another substance, a plastic
    • statue and the next time the indentations he had made were corrected.
    • statue the statue was always intact again. In the case of the other
    • statue, the elastic one, the whole form recovered itself of its own
    • The impression received in the case of the second statue
    • this statue; each time the indentations were corrected. Often a group
    • of pupils were led, at not too long intervals, before this statue.
    • When they were led before this statue on the first
    • to the statue by those already initiated and were then left, the door
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • candidate was placed before two symbolic statues — we must not
    • firstly, the nature of these statues and secondly, through what
    • occasions for contemplation of these statues.
    • impression that one receives from such majestic statues in
    • through in the presence of each individual statue to echo for a long
    • he had experienced through the male statue, through the female
    • statue, echoed in him. For weeks together — these things are
    • of the one, of the male statue. The tests of which I spoke yesterday
    • were first made in the case of both statues, for the impressions
    • which were made by both statues had to flow together into the deepest
    • from the male statue. And I will now describe the impression as it
    • himself up to the impression from the male statue, was a kind of
    • have become like the elastic but hollow statue.” And he felt an
    • the echo of his experiences before the male statue.
    • the statue which was plastic, not elastic. And it was as if he now
    • after-effects of the second statue were summarized:
    • appeared in the place of the two statues, with the words “Science,”
    • statue which actually said: “I am Knowledge but I lack Being.”
    • “Art” was written in the place of the statue which said:
    • sensation as the after-effect of both statues. And the pupil really
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Hibernia. The pupil was led before two statues. One of these statues
    • happened with each single planet. Thus, in that statue which
    • things in the Spirit, then will this statue become for thee in all
    • that it brings before thee the true Father statue.
    • And in the Spirit, as in a real vision the statue of the
    • statue which stood beside it that which the metals at that time were.
    • In the vision seen by the pupil, the female statue received that
    • happening. There radiated forth out of the hand of the Father-statue
    • the Mother-statue received the metal-forces which were offered by the
    • Father-statue made a great and mighty impression on the pupil, for he
    • Father-statue and the Mother-statue had sunk deeply into his soul,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • described in the last lecture surrounded the male statue, this secret



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