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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture IV
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    • four beasts.
    • beasts, who has to include all the individual stages. Something
    • all mankind? When the four beasts go into action, that is, as
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VII
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    • — 666 is the number of the beast.
    • beast.
    • Wasn't the beast whose number is 666 still rising in Darwinism,
    • could only look upon himself as a beast? Don't we see these
    • Thus humanity was exposed to the rising of the beast and to the
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VIII
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    • horned beast. The kind of reading which interprets numbers had
    • another rising of the beast from the waters of world events. To
    • beast-hood against manhood; Soradt makes his move. In the 14th
    • they will have a face in which one will see a kind of a beast's
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture X
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    • vision, as it were. The reader is told how active the beast
    • that I described is — the beast which induces human
    • Apocalypticer divided into three stages; the beast whose one
    • to two points in time. He tells us how the beast is overcome,
    • principle, with the beast and with what is traditionally
    • the beast is overcome with respect to the outer physical world,
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XI
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    • begin with. The second stage is the fall of the beast and his
    • beast. The third stage is the fall of the divine counter powers
    • aberration. However, in the case of the fall of the beast; and;
    • the false prophet who supports the teaching of the beast, what
    • the beast who breaks in upon human communities, and the one who
    • proclaims the teaching of this beast. Hence one is dealing with
    • the beast and the false prophet it's not as if a medium became
    • them as human beings, for they are possessed by the beast and
    • second fall, and the beast and his herald will take possession
    • kind of work than the one which can be done on earth. The beast
    • corrupt groups of human beings like the beast and the false
    • acting directly; this is the beast; the fall of the beast and
    • of the false prophet of the beast, who is a superhuman being
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XII
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    • concern himself again with that draconic beast in human nature
    • Atlantean epoch entered into its various aberrations. The beast
    • of this seven headed beast which rises from the sea, and it
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVI
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    • about the seven-headed beast, the two-horned beast and about
    • beasts in general. Up till now we have looked for these real
    • But when he speaks about beasts he's also referring to
    • whole development that underlies the beasts that are
    • physical reality do these beasts correspond to?
    • Whenever the Apocalypticer refers to beasts, he's really
    • them run parallel with the descriptions of his beasts. He
    • compares them with seven-headed beasts because at that time the
    • the two-horned beast referred to a comet with two tails.
    • from another. A beast, or a comet in a cosmic sense, frees
    • itself from its imprisonment in the earth. The beast gets
    • and deal with the beast who will rise up in1933.
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVIII
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    • the power of the beast, the false prophet and Satan. And then



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