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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • in our human civilisation in the form of pictures; they dread it. But
    • in the future. In a sense you see before you, in a picture, all that
    • (1st. Picture) which could be in no other form. This is the feeling
    • 2. The next picture (2nd).
    • 4. The next picture (4).
    • The next picture (4A) and
    • a picture of the principal entrance. Kindly observe you begin by entering
    • 5. The next picture shows
    • 6. The next picture. Another
    • 7. The next picture. Principal
    • 8. Next Picture.
    • 9. Next Picture.
    • 11. The next picture.
    • 12. The next picture
    • 13. The next picture
    • 14. The next picture.
    • 15. The next picture
    • Here you have the picture of my original model. I wanted first of all
    • 16. The next picture.
    • 17. Next picture
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • round and then towards the West side, we see this picture. We have before
    • idea, You can be sure when you look at the next picture (1A) that it
    • In the next picture (2)
    • we must look at the next picture (3) where the second pillar develops
    • from above, and when you picture to yourself how
    • by itself. In the next picture (5) we show the second and third pillars
    • place the capitals are pictured in progressive metamorphosis and also
    • of evolution when one has built up in pictures and in imaginations what
    • creates not in intellectual ideas but in pictures and in imaginations.
    • ideas hut in pictures, in legends, in myths, and through pictures and
    • And pictures and images were transformed into social impulses. All that
    • originally came from the old pictures is to-day in a process of transformation
    • with the pictures. This is then the pillar by itself in which you can
    • The next picture. Now
    • in the same way as nature herself creates. Next picture. Here you see
    • Now for the next picture.
    • but this juncture we shall see again in the next picture.
    • The next picture. We see
    • The next picture. Here
    • the vicinity. Above is the picture of the same. When you observe carefully
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • slides of colour-pictures will regard there pictures as it were as crying
    • these lantern slides of colour-pictures somewhat as follows: “What
    • is really in these pictures, really wishes to speak to us in a totally
    • Picture 1: We start from
    • Picture 2: We will now put
    • on the next picture. You see here as it were a figure of Faust. Here
    • Picture 3:. This is below.
    • Picture 4: We now go back
    • Picture 4a: Here you find
    • in this rough way of colourless pictures things which have really only
    • Picture 5: Here you see
    • which will now appear in the next picture.
    • Picture 6: We have here,
    • Picture 7: So when we pass
    • on to the next picture we have the Germanic principle of Initiation.
    • Picture 8: Here you see
    • Picture 9: Here you see
    • these will be shown in the next picture.
    • Picture 10: I had hoped
    • Picture 11: Here we have
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