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  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • when, for example, the Roman Church refused to acknowledge the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • establishing what is called Etruscan-Roman Civilization, with the
    • of the Roman Republic, the people who developed personal valor purely
    • for its own sake. The Roman Citizen, the cives, was the man whole and
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • it were in the Romans and become life.
    • Subrace (the Greco-Roman) the innermost essence of personality is laid
    • could become life through what developed out of the Roman
    • people. The man who had evolved the personality (the Roman) could make
    • plane. It could have led at most to an understanding of it. The Romans
    • The Romans become Christians
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • Maximus, Primal Semites, Protestant, reincarnation, Rishi, Roman,
    • Roman,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • with experiences undergone in the Egyptian-Babylonian or Greco-Roman
    • culminates in the Greco-Roman epoch. He finds that then humanity as a
    • mankind's historical development to discover in the Greco-Roman epoch
    • the Greco-Roman epoch this possibility ended. Then, everything
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • history of the decline of the Roman Empire, is an historian who
    • which tend toward decay, which led to the fall of the Roman
    • the centuries when the Roman Empire was declining,
    • understanding molded Greek history, Roman history, Roman law,
    • Roman politics. Thus everything can be grasped only in the

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