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- Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
- Goethe's essential being, his magical power, his natural
- development of his own powers. In this way, out of the whole
- impressions then become bold, powerful ideas — and what
- Raphael as a World Power,
- capture this “world-power” in a book. If the
- is overpowering in its effect, in spite of the familiarity of
- [Insurmountable Powers], in which, as with his work in general,
- “insurmountable powers” can perhaps hardly seem
- speak for themselves, giving expression to these powers that,
- insurmountable karmic powers come to expression. And we see
- “For Emmy it was as though the power with which she
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