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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture II
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    • supposedly scientific view of himself today is really wrong; it
    • every moment he could say to himself: Now I know how creatures
    • was now revealing itself in the aery element. Man felt that he
    • although he himself was not present in it. However, one cannot
    • Jesus himself, namely, the author of the book which we. want to
    • anointed by Christ Jesus himself, was inspired by the afterglow
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture III
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    • man was to connect himself with divine, spiritual beings
    • elaboration of the transubstantiation in itself during
    • himself which in turn is an expression and a reflection of
    • moon and stars up above. If he looks into himself he sees that
    • itself, and that man's physical body is a marvelous interaction
    • himself as he works his way through one evolution after
    • although he doesn't bear the world in himself yet. The first
    • itself which can't be explained. The thing in itself of warmth
    • exists and he connected himself with all the gods: In the
    • in the vision and begins to be not in himself, and he takes in
    • Jesus Christ before him, disappearing selflessly, if you see
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture IV
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    • that the writer of such a document did not consider himself to
    • around in Ephesus could have called himself a god just as well
    • as he could call himself a human being. He knew that he was a
    • land and then wrests itself loose and is thrown back again, and
    • all of this, man himself, amongst the picture of the four
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture V
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    • we find that the way man felt about himself, and his whole
    • karma one has to immerse oneself in his soul and in the
    • the work and activity of death itself. He will understand it.
    • death itself; he will have it as a constant companion. Of
    • death, because you still don't see it in yourself. People will
    • course he has separated himself from the movement completely,
    • must train yourself to do, when you take apocalyptic things
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VI
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    • oneself that the archangel who stands in the number five spot
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VII
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    • important. One has to tell oneself that one understands things
    • adapts itself completely to Roman forms. This is the soil which
    • Romanism prepares itself in the womb of earth evolution. What
    • himself out of hereditary conditions, so that his soul finds
    • can free itself from bodily and hereditary forces. They enter
    • which enable man to control himself during the life which is
    • the brother of Christ and who controls himself. He gains
    • connected with the way man takes hold of himself and with the
    • had become a semblance of itself in two directions around the
    • However, the Apocalypticer feels that man cannot find himself
    • for man becomes man by taking hold of himself, by making Christ
    • alive in himself and through the fact that he can fit himself
    • men. Christianity was made into a semblance of itself in two
    • could only look upon himself as a beast? Don't we see these
    • because one really says to oneself: How can what takes place in
    • priestly community must develop itself out of Anthroposophy. It
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VIII
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    • that the secret of the sun as the secret of Christ himself
    • Therefore, one can ask oneself: What would happen if Arabism or
    • showed himself in the thinking and feeling of the tortured
    • Templars. He will show himself before the end of this century
    • sense if one becomes an Apocalypticer oneself through this
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture IX
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    • at the Apocalypse itself, and we will have to arrange things in
    • One has to raise oneself into a world of the, spirit which is
    • point. However, man now connects himself with the spirit
    • connects itself strongly with what comes to meet him in the
    • connects himself with the matter which is present in the
    • himself a second house; this second house is built out of the
    • doesn't grow, he has to make it himself.
    • effort to understand the Apocalypse cannot help asking himself:
    • understand the Apocalypse cannot help telling himself: I have
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture X
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    • one God before one, and that if one places oneself outside of
    • one besides himself. That is very significant. When one comes
    • distinguishes the name of the self from all other names. They
    • myself; I can only say it to another person if I have slipped
    • let's imagine the things which describe the self in various
    • languages the self was not given a name in the older languages;
    • described oneself through what one did in a kind of
    • demonstrative way, but no name for the self-existed. This name
    • for the self of one's human being only began to be used later;
    • only say in connection with himself. The enhancement consists
    • down from the supersensible world has a name written on Himself
    • Himself, but where He is the only one who understands it; no
    • own self, then this being in us will understand the
    • through himself, secondly through his garment, and thirdly
    • himself what man's will wants to realize out of inner love.
    • anyone besides himself. That is the important thing.
    • opened, the one who only understands his name himself comes,
    • who sees this, the priesthood that unites itself with the
    • and who only knows his name himself, who must be incorporated
    • myself would not speak of the leprosy of materialism in any
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XI
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    • appearance upon earth. And mankind will have to prepare itself
    • and make itself strong enough in order to go through this
    • himself. The beings who fall with Babylon are men; it is human
    • be gained through Anthroposophic understanding into yourself
    • himself is present in this; that is important, — thereby
    • with the Apocalypticer himself. For this will be very
    • Jesus himself, he is an initiate of Christ Jesus. Therefore, he
    • himself. There is a deep truth connected with this and a truth
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XII
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    • what wanted to reveal itself from the spiritual world into this
    • Michael will concern himself with what the Apocalypticer points
    • concern himself again with that draconic beast in human nature
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XIII
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    • consciousness soul elevates itself to the point where it can
    • Christ will make himself visible within humanity. Therefore, it
    • destroyed. No one included himself among these because one
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XIV
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    • if one looks at this one will say to oneself, a triad and a
    • period of time can be indicated with a number. I myself have
    • or airplane, but if one would raise oneself up spiritually into
    • which is really ours — which can say of itself that it is
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVI
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    • and earthly things. Hegel occasionally treated himself to a
    • itself from its imprisonment in the earth. The beast gets
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVII
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    • two ways. The one way is to lovingly devote oneself to the
    • what is behind it. He tells himself: You should really see
    • about what you're seeing and you will ask yourself why the
    • ascends; one has to occupy oneself with such an idea, and that
    • and not just in an antipathetic one. One can comfort oneself
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVIII
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    • chain men to himself through their intellects, but also to bind
    • archangels to himself — these things still belong to the
    • able to connect himself.
    • through which each human being can separate himself entirely
    • is the first thing in which he must freely connect himself
    • identify himself freely with the last goals of the Apocalypse,
    • himself to attach himself to the being who led him during the
    • power was preparing itself for such a mission. Like many other
    • priesthood must look upon itself as that group of people in the

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