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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8: The Stages of Evolution of the Human Form The Expulsion of the Animal Beings. The Four Human Types.
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    • as the myth of the goddess Nerthus (Hertha), who descended every year
    • Nerthus is thought of (as is often done today) as a phantom of the
    • on some island. It has been believed that the Nerthus shrine could be
    • There are much deeper things in this myth. Nerthus is the transitional
    • Nerthus, who dives down into a shadowy consciousness, perceives her
    • Nerthus image, which dived down into the sea of passion, and it was
    • here described was known in certain regions, the Nerthus cult existed.
  • Title: Mission/Volksseelen: Elfter Vortrag
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    • Erzählung verstehen, die Tacitus von der Göttin Nerthus gibt,
    • Göttin Nerthus wird über die Gewässer gefahren.
    • Nerthus-Mythus zugrunde liegt, und der in alledem sich erhalten hat,
    • Njordr, der innerlich verwandt ist mit der Göttin Nerthus, ist
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 11
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    • Tacitus relates about the goddess Nerthus. The chariot of the goddess
    • Nerthus was driven over the waters. That later on was preserved as a
    • That is the mysterious occurrence underlying the Nerthus
    • man. Njordr, who is inwardly related to the goddess Nerthus, is her
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
    • Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
    • will understand the account Tacitus gives of the Goddess Nerthus
    • He relates that the chariot of the Goddess Nerthus was driven over the
    • spheres. That is the mystery underlying the Nerthus myth and it has
    • who is intimately related to the Goddess Nerthus is her masculine
  • Title: Karma of Untruthfulness I: Lecture Eight
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    • externally about the Ertha, or Nerthus saga is contained in the
    • Ingaevones — ‘venerate Nerthus, Ertha, or Mother Earth
    • Vanir, that the goddess later worshipped as Ertha or Nerthus would
    • than purely female. Only later did a corruption lead to Nerthus
    • Mary so, in ancient times, did Nerthus come in her chariot to those
    • symbolized in the worship of Nerthus. All of it was shrouded in the
    • kind of secondary name for Nerthus, but that the name Ing, after whom
    • Nerthus. Those connected with this Mystery centre called themselves
    • visions which occurred in what was later mirrored in the Nerthus
    • a meaning for the Anglo-Saxon rune song. For Nerthus and Ing are one
    • across the waves of the clouds, just as Nerthus strode across the
    • strongly developed there. What had lived in the old Nerthus Mystery
    • connection with the ancient worship of Nerthus. In the future mankind
    • incorporated in the worship of Nerthus differed from the way it was
    • Nerthus lived, are also described in the Luke gospel. I can only
  • Title: Karma of Untruthfulness I: Lecture Nine
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    • the worship of Nerthus, of Ertha. And the fact that the act of
    • hinted at in the Nerthus myth told by Tacitus a hundred years after
    • male-female, not only female, for she is the same as the god Nerthus
    • myth of Nerthus, we have in the feeling-life an echo of something
    • experienced astrally. Nerthus processions were held in some districts
    • people. Nerthus, which became Nört in the North, is one of the

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