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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • these difficult times one may see people occupied the whole day with
    • time. It does not often happen, however, that people come together in
    • while at the same time it has proceeded entirely from actual
    • truly say that in all those who at that time were in a position to
    • was at that time; or anything of a like nature which may bring the
    • example, that after a time, through such experiences, you may
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • point of time left the earth in order to influence it from afar. I
    • the moon. I have told you how once upon a time on the earth there
    • The point is that every time the Luciferic forms make
    • they had worked for a time, and proceed to the moon-sphere outside
    • extraordinary significance to man. There were even times when this
    • his thoughts and at the same time to a certain extent his feelings
    • You will then understand the times when there was a
    • a time when the sense for the divine-spiritual was no longer alive,
    • olden times could speak thus, so the old painters, even at the time
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • mind, at the same time what was explained in the first of these
    • part in conscious life, the time, for instance, during which we
    • and out of each other. Experiences which lie far asunder in time and
    • and you can say: “When I pass you by in the daytime I see you
    • to think about nature. Before that time more important thoughts arise
    • beautiful fairy-tales arise. When, in ancient times fairy-tales were
    • which you had previously experienced in time. Suppose, for instance,
    • experienced at that time.” External space is added to the
    • reflected externally at the time you sat around the pension table
    • of nature, and is received by the time-forces, the day-forces and the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • of this palace of the gods. But at the same time he has the knowledge
    • time the opportunity of going down into a deep cellar over which
    • course of time born out of the cosmos; for the relationship of the
    • the case that the earth once upon a time had the same inner
    • certain time, about the middle of this Saturn period these beings
    • It becomes more fluid until it gives off lead fumes. But all the time
    • the same time one has another experience. One learns in his actions
    • different point of view, then perhaps a third time. Thus do the
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
    • one another, attract one another, and sometimes also repel one
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • happened on the earth in the times preceding the Atlantean evolution,
    • Lemurian epoch; to look back also to the period of time which
    • undergone tremendous changes. If we go back to the times I have just
    • times, but there could be no question of there being round the earth
    • As regards those very ancient times it is really not
    • spiritual being of that time and speak of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen,
    • in those ancient times there was absolutely no possibility of
    • ancient epoch. On the other hand there was at that time around the
    • earth at that time was entirely surrounded by an albuminous
    • substance surrounding the earth at that time was permeated from the
    • and activity if he could have been there at that time as a human
    • that far-off time was scarcely harder than wax.
    • the quartz. At that far-off time, however, because of the life which
    • the time in which it was deposited out of the cosmos into the earth.
    • was at that time quite perceptible spiritually, and in such a way
    • something like distinctive marks of an ancient time are to be found.
    • something like the outline of a plant-form. At that time it was quite
    • appearing in the spring-time (the spring-time was much shorter then)
    • green in this element of albumen. Then in the time which would
    • somewhat correspond to our summertime today he would say: This is the
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • back into a time six or seven centuries or even earlier before the
    • same time to observe the surging up and sinking down, which is to be
    • forth to man at the same time as his own mystery.
    • that time was still fluid; the chalk ascended as vapour and fell in
    • which lived in the world rose from water to air. In primeval times it
    • We may recall what was said last time, that, preceding
    • green and fading away. And if, as I said, a man at that time could
    • same time his environment. Thought was that which permeated and
    • these secrets which rest in the lap of time; for in a certain sense,
    • time be for him an external manifestation, a picture of the spiritual
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • HAD to speak to you last time of the Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis in
    • time they were led from this preparation actually to enter the Cosmic
    • Only always between one time when the pupil was tested before this
    • statue and the next time the indentations he had made were corrected.
    • this statue; each time the indentations were corrected. Often a group
    • Then came a time when each pupil was taken by himself
    • old manner of civilization, in those old times by men who were to be
    • that time before the Cosmic Mysteries of the Microcosm, and of the
    • kind of Probation-time. Thereby the great question in the minds of
    • In earlier times of humanity there were the most
    • After the pupils had gone through this time of Probation
    • after all his preparation and testing, after a still longer time had
    • pupil alone, a second Initiator came after a little time. This one
    • which from time to time were like inwardly active flames of fire. So
    • senses functioned no longer. They functioned no longer. After a time
    • And at the same time there fell words of warning. The
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • determined by the Karma of the pupil — sometimes longer, in
    • numbness. In the intervening periods of time the pupil might
    • sufficiently long time — the Initiators had to take care that
    • it was a sufficiently long time — when the pupil had
    • conjured up whole wanderings in time through winter landscapes, and
    • at the same time he felt as if he were not in his body but
    • as many times as he had senses; he felt his ego multiplied twelve
    • times, and because he felt his ego multiplied twelve times there came
    • Then when he had for a sufficiently long time
    • this second time, at this recapitulation, not as if he were sucked up
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • vision of the time before earthly existence, and to the time after
    • earthly existence; by vision forwards to the time after death as far
    • backward s into the time which immediately preceded the descent to
    • between experience at that time and experience today. Today we feel
    • was none at that time. Everything that was there was a natural
    • time, which may be compared with the finger of today, it was as if
    • a condition of the Moon-organization at a particular time. There were
    • hard horny material. There was at that time nothing mineral in the
    • at that time there was a mineral-like substance built up out of
    • Those Beings who at that time partly went through their
    • that time, though it could not be perceived as clearly as its
    • as to inner experience of the in-streaming sunlight. In earlier times
    • use a mode of speech only possible in later times) out of this
    • goodness. For it is that which at the same time with its powers
    • that organ of course did not exist at that time — but taste
    • you are also cold in the soul. Physical heat is not at the same time
    • as heat he felt at the same time as soul-heat as well as physical
    • same time an actual pourer-forth of heat.
    • manifested itself at the same time as the experience of the planet.
    • gave them at the same time a survey over Cosmic life, into which man
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • them, we find that at the same time in Ireland the Initiates
    • figure, perceptible physically; this became for a time the necessary
    • a long time, but it could only come about because a very great deal
    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • time, when the earth had not yet become earth, when it existed in a
    • Chthonic Mysteries in Greece learned — that once upon a time,
    • didst experience in thy surroundings at any particular time of thy
    • seriously and without sentimentality. He then learnt to understand:
    • as a caricature in what is called astrology. At that time it was a
    • conditions which the earth had once upon a time gone through. In its
    • once upon a time silver lived during the Moon-existence of the earth,
    • during the Saturn time and later in a different stage, during the
    • Moon time of the earth played a part in their ancient form. Tin
    • played a part in a combination with gold during the Sun time of the
    • statue which stood beside it that which the metals at that time were.
    • of aeons of time, and he learnt to feel in the right way what the
    • He descends at the same time into those pre-earthly periods of the
    • present lead as the corpse of lead. He had to go back to the times
    • into the Mysteries of Eleusis. In that time, however, he had to learn
    • a time when Plato was very old, and really at the end of his earthly
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • indeed on all the Mysteries of that time. Indeed we must even say
    • Now when a man spoke in those ancient times in an
    • excluded; but at that time they incorporated the human being himself
    • could be done, because, at that time men sought the spirit in nature;
    • it would not have occurred to them in those ancient times to regard
    • those ancient times was not an appeal to the human intellect or to
    • knowledge played no important role in those days, even in the time of
    • 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
    • describe. Even at the time of Aristotle, even by Aristotle himself,
    • was before. Actually, in the time of Aristotle the attempt was made
    • the same time connected with a knowledge of nature; only the disciple
    • Such an argument would at the time of Aristotle have
    • time of Aristotle; and in this secret of the metals there was
    • this third instruction. The natural science of that time accomplished
    • cutting deeply into human life. The natural scientist of those times
    • that time to say: Here is a man with black curly hair and with a red
    • because, at a certain point of time Venus is brought into a certain
    • basis of warmth during the ancient Saturn-time. In the same way he
    • the elements of coldness and water. He observed man in the time of
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • still earlier times, we naturally get a greater number than three,
    • Now, even down to the Egyptian time it was still the
    • case for humanity that, as regards the consciousness of that time
    • time in this earth the sister or perhaps the brother, in short, a
    • If we trace the development of Greek life to that time
    • simply a kind of chaos of its various peoples, at the time when the
    • Macedonian nation arose, we find how at that time there flowed over
    • time, what the mysterious planets spoke to him from out of the great
    • back to those times in which the mantric word was uttered into the
    • Those were times in which man did not say abstractly:
    • God was the Word;” those were times when man could say
    • touch in these ancient times was still such that man was capable of
    • the following, and one has to go back to these ancient times if one
    • times something as it were grasped him; thus the whole divine form of
    • ancient times; what was brought before him was neither one-sided
    • In the times which found their last echo in the
    • ancient times a man could not say, when he looked at that
    • earth.” At that time such a thing would have been
    • that the seed simply grows out of the earth, so little at that time
    • science would not have described things in the same way. At that time
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  • 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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    • Then came the time which is so extremely important for the entire
    • nature of the Mysteries. That is the time which in the evolution of
    • the same time all the Mysteries which preceded it.
    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha anyone who was to experience
    • definite epoch of time.”
    • at the same time joyful, and was thus felt by those who sought the
    • And so this transition time came, and after it came that which
    • as little did it occur to a human being in that ancient time to
    • as regards our knowledge in recent times; and it was this dreadful
    • times, the things and processes of nature were revelations of the
    • is at the same time to be found to a certain extent in the whole of
    • time, standing before his retort, asked himself: How does the
    • chosen as an example, the natural scientist of that time would have
    • homeopathic traces sometimes of this if we turn our attention to the
    • was made: The man who investigates in this way must at the same time
    • the oldest times was not a spinning of thoughts; nor investigation by
    • Intelligences. Neither was Alchemy in those olden times an
    • Chaldean of very ancient times, he would have told us: “I use
    • simply a decadent product. Everything which in ancient times was
    • what had come over as tradition from those times when astrologers had
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • I do not speak of this epoch of time because it is
    • in the most civilized parts of the earth at that time. The spiritual
    • calculated and observed today; at that time each planet, as all else
    • the sun. At that time there still existed Mystery-sanctuaries which
    • skylight, so that at certain definite times of the day the sun could
    • twilight at a certain definite time of the day. The pupil had been
    • which, from that time on, gave him more understanding for certain
    • knows what was known by this means in these olden times, and which
    • were very important things in olden times. Carbon was the
    • physical vision to the moon forms. At certain definite times he did
    • period of time lasting for weeks the pupil had to open his psychic
    • one definite time. None but an ignorant man was then unaware that
    • pupil obtained in these ancient times. Now that is not to be found at
    • olden times be learnt of the stars; and this ancient wisdom, this
    • times, and who taught the primeval wisdom on the earth. They were the
    • impulses to the earth from the moon. They withdrew at a definite time
    • colony on the moon, at the time when the moon separated from the
    • knowledge, the cognition acquired by the pupil in ancient times.
    • thus obtained in ancient times was that which related to Venus. Venus
    • But in these ancient times it was known that if a man looked with his
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