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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • differentiate the shadow-thrower from the Illuminant. If the
    • shadow-thrower is the spirit, the spirit receives that which is thrown
    • upon it; if the shadow-thrower is the spirit and if the illuminant (it
    • If the shadow-thrower is the dead, and the illuminant the living, as
    • shadow-thrower is the living and the illuminant the psychic, then, as
    • we saw, you get the image of peach-colour. If the shadow-thrower is the
    • character. We can therefore say: with a shadow-thrower and an
    • always projected pictures, always something shadowy. We can call them
    • the shadow-colours. The shadow of the spiritual on the psychic is
    • white. The shadow of the lifeless on the spirit is black. The shadow
    • of the living on the lifeless is green. The shadow of the psychic on
    • the living is peach-colour. “Shadow” and “picture or
    • something luminous, not with shadow, but with that by which the nature
    • or shadows and in the other, in the colours red, blue and yellow we
    • come to a colour in picture, in shadow-colour, to green. Then we come
    • shadow-giving, the image-producing element in them.
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • which produces on a medium its shadow or its image. We saw how the
    • living forms its image or shadow in the lifeless and how thereby green
    • lifeless reflects its image or shadow in the spiritual and produces
    • you find again the image (or shadow, Ed.) of light, colour as the image
    • consideration that yellow demands a shadowy edge. They take it into
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • dream is merely the shadowy approach of chaos towards man.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • four colours always contain something of shadow. White is the lightest
    • shadow, for it is shadowed light. Black is the darkest. Green and
    • to the surface something of a shadowy nature.
    • Thus in these four colours we have image-colours or shadow-colours, and
    • white, the image or shadow-colours; and on the other hand blue, yellow,
    • shadowy.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • circumstances when light appears somewhere, there also appears shadow,
    • darkness, dark shadow. So shadow also arose through the entry of the
    • Second Hierarchy in the form of light. What was this shadow? The air.
    • point of view air is the shadow of the light. So that with the entry
    • fact the entry of light, and its shadow, air. And where that happens
    • into the luminous element with its shadow of air, introduced by the
    • behind it, its shadow, the somber, airy darkness, now began to gleam
    • warmth, the Second for light and its shadow, the air, and the Third or
    • Air is the shadow of light. Just as when light radiates and, under
    • certain circumstances, gives rise to deep shadow, so, if colour is
    • colour element. As air is the shadow of light, in cosmic thought, so
    • abstract, and shadowy. All the same it is the kind of thought in which

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