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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • truest sense of the words. From this we gain an idea of how the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • ordinary human words for something which takes place purely in the
    • beautiful words. The Spartan boy, on the other hand, was shut up in
    • impelled to utter many words. One man may ask a question. The other
    • requires quite other word-pictures. After these primeval Teachers of
    • fullest sense of the word on the life of man before he
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • There is a possibility of feeling as a reality the words
    • words are not a mere abstraction; for if a man feels his own will
    • waves of these words his own experiences which have already passed
    • then press out of the body again. These words express the nature of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • today man speaks of the “word” he means, as a rule, only
    • the weak human word, which, in the presence of the majesty of the
    • begins with the deeply significant words: “In the Primal
    • Beginning was the Word, the Logos. And the Word was with God, and the
    • Word was a god.”
    • Word is placed at the very beginning of all things? What is really
    • meant by this Logos, this Word? And how is this meaning connected
    • with our puny human word, so insignificant in the presence of the
    • confronts these significant words: “In the Primal Beginning was
    • in which the word sounds forth from the mouth. He was told over and
    • over again: “Notice what you feel when the word sounds forth
    • certain extent, something from the word ascends in order to take up
    • same word descends into man so that he might experience inwardly the
    • perceived in the word which presses forth from the throat. He had to
    • possible, and then observe how, in the words “I am” the
    • feeling of that which rises is predominant while in the words “I
    • word. He had to experience the following: From the word there mounts
    • Ephesus that man makes use of the air in order to let the word sound
    • embodied in the word — the air, like a glandular secretion,
    • latter process the word becomes inwardly perceptible, man can feel it
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • was given in that place, who were led on to the Cosmic Word. Now, if
    • knowledge and then wish to put it into words.
    • feeling that that which we can clamp into words is something no
    • approach of the Cosmic Word. These statues were to them, as it were,
    • more than the mere words which I now use express. Such experience
    • ways to that which we must feel in the words: Now I am standing on
    • if the words which sounded from the lips of the Initiator were
    • pronounced by the statue. And the words sounded to him as follows:
    • this voice pronounced the words which I give to you as follows:—
    • because the German word “Gluck” does not give the right
    • which may perhaps be expressed in the following words I stand on the
    • speak. He had now attained something like the Inner Word. It was as
    • read the word “Science,” and there where he had seen the
    • head of the other statue he read the word “Art.”
    • And at the same time there fell words of warning. The
    • “Receive the Word and the Power of this Being into thy heart.”
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • misunderstand the word “symbolic.” I described to you,
    • Of course, for this, we must use words which are not
    • expressed in these words must be realized according to its true inner
    • distress can be clothed somewhat in the following words: “I
    • Cosmos, was summarized for him by his Initiators in words which I may
    • In these words were the experiences which had been gone
    • of yesterday's lecture, the pupil was dismissed with the words which
    • appeared in the place of the two statues, with the words “Science,”
    • I beg you to notice exactly the words which I use, for
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • man. The thought begins to resound. The thought becomes Word. That
    • which the man lives forms itself into Word. In the Vulcan-planet the
    • Word spreads itself out. Everything in the Vulcan-planet is speaking
    • living Being. Word sounds to Word. Word explains itself by Word. Word
    • speaks to Word. Word learns to understand Word. Man feels himself as
    • the World-understanding Word, as the Word-world understanding Word.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • the Word: “That is the God Jakos, Who is to come in the future.”
    • career. I must of course clothe in words what naturally occurred in a
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • authentic way about nature, people did not understand by the word
    • into the world of nature in the very widest sense of the words. This
    • was confronted. He was taught to feel that the words “outside”
    • innermost part of his being. The word “outside” then
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • poured out, three words of which we shall speak further to-morrow
    • were uttered with mantric power by the celebrant. These words were
    • the human breath breathed out through the mantric words, fashioned
    • Kabiri through the mantric word and its power represented the reality
    • back to those times in which the mantric word was uttered into the
    • “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and a
    • God was the Word;” those were times when man could say
    • smoke the mantric words, while he caused these words to resound forth
    • the Kabiri was experienced by means of the mantric words in which the
    • breath was clothed. Through the words which came out of the heart the
    • which formed these words: “It is thus that the Kabiri, the



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