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- Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
- Mysteries. Nevertheless someone had to be sacrificed, and so Chiron
- in the Mysteries, so pupils in the Mysteries had a knowledge of the
- It is said that in the Greek Mysteries the future was foretold to men.
- you that Odin represents what took place in the Druid Mysteries, so in
- Prometheus we have what the pupil of the Greek Mysteries experienced
- Chela means pupil of the Mysteries; Master means teacher in the Mysteries.
- Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
- influence, in the first place to the pupils of the Mysteries, and then
- to mankind, was the task of the Greek Mysteries
- Those who were initiated in the Mysteries of that time, confronted by
- wisdom. The priests of the Greek. Mysteries expressed this whole
- Mysteries were taught the occult meaning of this saga. They were
- pupils of the Mysteries. But the Greeks established the Mysteries
- What was it that was shown to the pupils of the Mysteries in the
- evolution that the pupil of the early Greek Mysteries was
- Mysteries in these shifting scenes. This was the age when. human
- before the pupils of the Mysteries in Greece and this is what Homer
- down to the time of the Mysteries themselves. Odysseus is the clever
- Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
- Mysteries. He is the bearer of the spiritual culture of that time.
- northern Mysteries. We have to be a race that is led to its
- Mysteries of these northern peoples. The whole of the future event,
- Mysteries, and through this prediction arose what later became the
- figure of Hagen as deriving from the ancient Druid Mysteries. Hagen is
- Mysteries long before the emergence of Christianity. These events were
- the subject of Mystery-initiation. Initiation into the Mysteries
- rendering of what had taken place in the crypts of the Mysteries. Just
- Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
- is the secret that the Mysteries have guarded. They have shown the
- lofty standpoint. In the Mysteries themselves such events were plainly
- taught, and in the old Greek Mysteries the ancient ones that
- long preceded the Eleusinian Mysteries this important moment,
- Mysteries before it took place. This is the essential principle of the
- Mysteries, and it is this which makes it necessary to keep them
- Mysteries are called upon to take a part in the fashioning of
- world-history. They have to derive from the Mysteries the forces to
- enable them to do this. That is the significance of the Mysteries.
- be under other conditions. To-day there are still Mysteries which will
- brotherliness. He would misuse it. There are no absolute Mysteries,
- the case that the betrayal of the Mysteries bore the severest
- the Mysteries. Socrates himself was a victim of such an attitude.
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