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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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    • Kama is the astral body, Kama-Manas the intellectual or Mind-soul, the lower Manas.
    • Manas. Here is meant the higher Manas. In the book Theosophy Rudolf Steiner calls it ‘the spirit-filled Consciousness-soul’ or ‘Spirit-Self’. (p. 57, revised English edition, 1954).
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • with Calypso. Only then can he reach the point to which the soul
    • own soul. He who really wishes to understand the Odyssey cannot accept
    • of the external world and of worldly goods, seeks his soul's home not
    • house by Pallas Athene. In all esotericism the soul is represented as
    • symbol for the striving of the individual soul. Goethe calls it the
    • have to understand the real soul, to which Odysseus seeks the way
    • human soul, only there the significance is infinitely deeper. Strictly
    • speaking, Penelope is the human soul in the fifth root-race. The fifth
    • barrenness of the intellect, which is nevertheless the real soul of
    • initiate must find the way to the soul of the fifth root-race, but he
    • will only unite himself with this soul in the right way if he is
    • another soul-force, wisdom, the real guide. But man has to reach
    • order to be led back again to the soul of the fifth root-race.
    • Astral plane and Mental plane. These are the “soul-world” and “spirit-land” in Rudolf Steiner's Theosophy.
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • something against which the soul of the northern peoples has to
    • by Gudrun. This Gudrun is the soul of the northern peoples. In an
    • men's hearts. It is Gudrun herself, the folk-soul who slays Attila. In
    • the later version she unites herself with Attila. The soul of the
    • brings death to the ancient folk-soul. First we have the dawn of
    • the essential element of the ancient folk-soul. This is not something
    • folk-soul could say this. The sagas are nothing but an account, a
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • divine soul — disagree among themselves, for the three goddesses
    • signify different stages of soul-life on the higher, spiritual plane.

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