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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • forms, the colours and so on. For in those times the Gods themselves
    • first period of time in which the Gods put man's own free,
    • spiritual activity to the test. True, the Gods do not refuse their
    • the hearts and souls of men were led to the God who dwelt in deep
    • sacred Mystery — the Mystery of the God. The pyramids,
    • Greek God dwells within the temple. In this building, with its
    • capable of supporting what lies upon them, the God is enshrined in
    • self-contained, solitary majesty as the dwelling-place of the God.
    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • concealed, just as the God and the secrets of the Mysteries were
    • the dwelling-place and the expression of the God. And in the sense
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • can only be established when the Gods speak to us. When will
    • the Gods speak to us?
    • which the Gods speak to us. We must, however, first learn how
    • the Gods are able to speak to mankind .... I have
    • express the fact it is a dwelling place of the God. To-day I
    • site of the earth was a gift of the God; it was as though
    • by the Gods, it was felt that gravity could be overcome. In
    • thereby creates a dwelling place for the God who has given
    • “dwelling-place of the God” nor the later Roman
    • conception is that of the dwelling-place of the God; it is
    • the sanctuary of the God. Human beings may live for miles
    • dwelling-place of the God. In every detail we see how man
    • of the Gods all that his feeling of veneration makes him feel
    • he ought to do for the Gods. In the last lecture I tried to
    • the Gods of nature. And now let us pass on to the forms of
    • rendered to the earth becomes a divine office because the God
    • the Temple. Man feels himself united with the God as he works
    • on the land. Worship of the God is not yet separated from
    • beings are still at one with the earth which the Gods have
    • the Temple with the in-dwelling God and I am near. I may be
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • ‘dwelling place of the God.’ Nothing need be in
    • the Greek Temple save the spiritual presence of the God and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • longer felt, I will draw near to the Godhead. ‘There is
    • the Godhead and I will approach.’ When a man felt
    • himself rising to the Godhead he was conscious of the

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