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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture II
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    • so-called physical, body is mainly active, he is also a fluidic
    • man. The whole human being is filled with circulating fluids
    • which work upon each other. This fluidic man is mainly
    • work more upon fluids and not so much upon solids.
    • action in order to unite the fluidic man in whom the forces of
    • observed things which involved the fluidic element before or
    • fluidic element in one, and that the etheric body was active in
    • absorbed by his etheric, fluidic man. He felt that he was
    • or fluidic body. When a priest intoned cultic words in the
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XII
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    • earth solidified from a relatively fluidic condition during the
    • enclosed by a kind of woven, dense fluid, and yet one can't
    • call it semi-fluidic. It consisted of a viscous material which
    • fluidic land. One saw the gods at work all around Atlantis; no
    • in fluidic solids, and in the fourth post Atlantean age one saw
    • them at work in the aeriform fluids in cloud formations, in the
    • when they saw something like soul revelations in fluidic,
    • experiences in aeriform fluids have disappeared. One could say
    • can say that man perceives divine things in solids and fluids
    • wonderful aeriform, fluidic formations, and that now in the
    • saw such things in the clouds, that is, in aeriform-fluidic

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