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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • earthly existence in addressing man, and takes account only of the
    • conscious of the other end of man's development on earth, namely
    • comes down to earth a union is entered into between the spirit and the
    • Spirit-Soul or Soul-Spirit from a higher sphere into earthly
    • existence. He clothes himself with earthly existence.
    • the earth the Spirit-Soul is met by what arises through the processes
    • earthly life, you will observe that here in the child, Soul-Spirit or
    • the one direction to bring the Spirit-Soul more into the earthly Body,
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
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    • earthly conditions. Blood has to be destroyed in order that it may not
    • as we are on the earth, up to the moment of death. For this reason we
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • human bodies are yeast to earth. Man thinks with bones as well as
    • nerves. Origin of geometry lies in movement. Man keeps earth alive.
    • human beings on the earth, on the physical plane, fulfilling our
    • Were it not that, during his earthly life, man could preserve some
    • which he alone and no other earthly being bears within him from birth
    • say: in this case, minerals, plants and animals would be on the earth,
    • only man would not be there; and the course of the earth right through
    • the earth, or he constructs machines and thereby also brings about
    • develop without man being present on the earth.
    • This is not correct. For if man were not present in the earth's
    • have only arisen in the earth's evolution because man was obliged
    • and at a certain stage of his earthly development he had to separate
    • earth evolution the animal forms as well as the earth itself would
    • develop if man were not upon the earth. And, again, present-day
    • buried, and thereby are given over to the earth, but this is of no
    • significance for the development of the earth; for if the earth did
    • of human corpses to the earth — whether by cremation or burial
    • — is a real process which works on in the earth.
    • yeast were added to the dough. In the same way the earth would long
    • present in human corpses which are thus received by the earth, the
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • present in embryo in the earthly life of the man of to-day, yet,
    • vanish from the face of the earth. Some people must see this. You have
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • will begin to rise out of the earth. Why does this happen? It happens
    • forces under the surface of the earth becomes perceptible through the
    • on the earth, you are standing in a cloud of smoke. That is an
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • the wonder of the earth as a conductor — all these are things
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • perhaps) across the earth. Nevertheless you have the sensation of
    • carried out by the planets, by other heavenly bodies or by the earth
    • when we see how wires go into the earth to copper plates and how the
    • earth carries the electricity further without wires. If you go into
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • that can be brought into the physical earth existence through birth.
    • belong to life on earth. And only when we bring this conventional
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
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    • organisation shows the longest earthly evolution behind it, so that it
    • with us during our physical earth life until death. Even in the waking
    • formation of the earth, that is, to dissolve the minerals. The forces
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • his earthly nature only, a substantiality having no tendency to spirit



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