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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • latest edition of the legend of “The Seven Wise Masters,”
    • rather unpolished phraseology, in this legend of the Seven Wise
    • the gallows, and how he is saved by words spoken each day by Seven
    • wisest men in the land, and Seven Wise Masters then come forward to
    • of the son at all costs. For seven years Diocletian receives
    • instruction from the Seven Wise Masters, amassing a wide range of
    • knowledge — sevenfold knowledge. But in a certain respect he
    • has outgrown the wisdom that the Seven Wise Masters had been able to
    • returns to his father, he must remain dumb for seven consecutive
    • Seven Wise Masters to save him. And now the following happens, seven
    • of the Emperor and on the way they come upon the first of the Seven
    • their home, the first of the Seven Wise Masters tells his story. This
    • being led to the gallows, the second of the Seven Wise Masters comes
    • same happenings repeat themselves seven times over, until the eighth
    • from Seven Wise Masters and whose soul has descended from times when
    • remained — and can be instructed by the Seven Wise Masters, who
    • essentially the same theme in the seven daughters of Jethro, the
    • Middle Ages, too, there are the seven Liberal Arts. The second wife
    • Diocletian, the son, is instructed in secret by the Seven Wise
    • acquired from these Seven. And so we could continue, giving an
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • an artist who in the seventies and eighties of the last
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • place in childhood but as man passes through seven life
    • periods (from the first to the seventh year, from the seventh
    • the first seven years of life. They appear in the etheric
    • period of seven years the first pair of life pillars is
    • forty-ninth year, the seventh pair. Each pair of life pillars
    • through his life and after every seven years raises within
    • develops in the first seven years of his life; the second
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • approximately seven years each, and — as I tried last
    • seven years, we may say that after each period a certain
    • seven such periods, therefore, he has reached approximately
    • his fiftieth year, he possesses seven pairs of these
    • of seven years has run its course; the second pair of pillars
    • second period of seven years; and so it goes on, only it must

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