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Searching Greek and Germanic Mythology in the Light of Esotericism

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  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • be able to show you that the esotericist can pass through three stages
    • have passed through all that our earth has passed through. One of the
    • If we pass on to the higher Manas, we find that it has a similar
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • dispassionate science of knowledge did not exist. It first emerged at
    • which this dispassionate, dry wisdom separated itself from the
    • all-embracing primeval wisdom. In the eighth century B.C., the passage
    • experienced as the repetition of an earlier passage through the same
    • that it has already passed through the Ram many times. The last time
    • it had passed through the Ram, man was in possession of a knowledge
    • taught that the Beings who made use of the dry, dispassionate human
    • passed through the sign of the Ram on the occasion before the last.
    • A dispassionate, cold intelligence, which is objective, is introduced
    • attained without purification of the passions, the forces of
    • wrecked. To save himself he had to pass through a whirlpool. Then he
    • and was shown the events which humanity had to pass through between
    • passions became so distorted under the influence of the forces of
    • by the passage between Scylla and Charybdis. What is it which now
    • To-day Manas has taken hold of the physical brain. We have to pass
    • Charybdis-Kama. The passage of Odysseus is a picture of this. There is
    • passions into which man can fall; on the other hand there is the
    • the dangers of the passage, and has nevertheless kept his footing,
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • northern world. None of the currents which passed over the Flame-race,
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • pass over gradually from the priestly outlook to that of the world. A
    • impulse did not yet pass through the thinking mind. But in the fifth
    • the rulership is able to pass over to worldly kings, who however still
    • will pass it on to the leaders of those who will develop: man further.

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