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- Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
- in line and harmony with the evolutionary forces operating in mankind
- is tautology, but for all that it underlines what is here meant,
- Masters, but I will give you a skeleton outline of it.
- have outlined before you to-day.
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
- Yet, may be, this small beginning will reveal the lines along
- lines and forms which passed over into artistic creation. It
- And, from the feeling of the lines of
- force which man has to develop in himself, arose the lines
- that gave birth to artistic form. Such lines are nowhere to
- the lines of forces in this way. The sun, in its apparent
- interlacing finally resolves itself into the straight line.
- was later on simplified into the decoration, the lines of
- lines into a decoration. If you think of the lines in
- the human etheric body (for the movement of a line is
- Rigl hit upon certain thoughts which are really in line with
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
- inclined; they will cease to disturb the peace of their
- the holiness of which I have spoken. Up on the hill itself we
- feeling inwardly vibrant with the sense of the holiness of
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
- circle I have drawn here has an unbroken line. (1). This line
- alt="Varied Line: Wavy Projections"
- the circle is alone in the world. The variation in the line
- shall feel in the case of the jagged lines, “here the
- lines, “here the inner has conquered!” Our souls
- The lines between any point of the ellipse and the two
- foci will naturally differ, but the two lines
- we must make an addition. All lines to the centre of the
- another line consisting, of course, always of two portions.
- Again we can draw lines to these two points. The strange
- by the other we again get a line that looks somewhat like the
- ellipse but is not the same. This line contains an inner
- This line has something mysterious about
- that the ordinary person sees only one single line
- lines, but in reality this is not so. The other line is
- produced by multiplication the line is changed into this
- in occult investigations. The line can develop in such a way
- that it assumes these forms. There are two lines, you see,
- but in the inner sense there is really one line, and when we
- feel it as one line in the astral world we know that this
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- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
- The line connecting with the Moon
- little. The lines are somewhat different but they arise
- combination of form. When a certain combination of lines
- few of these lines are expressed and the others drawn in
- power which guided the lines and other factors of art; he no
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
- does not feel inclined to contradict such a statement. To
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