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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Contents
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    • beings. Different influences of these beings upon the earth and
    • standing at different levels of evolution. Additional spiritual
    • The spiritual hierarchies above man. The different
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture I
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    • beings. Different influences of these beings upon the earth and
    • different there, the atmosphere for instance is quite different and
    • between the different planets and so the moon is connected with the earth
    • one could form it differently. Invention comes to them spontaneously.
    • is not a matter of indifference. Influences of the Venus beings live
    • where such a fact was presented from quite a different aspect. There
    • the different national characters over the earth; foods which produce one
    • when we turn our eye to a sordid, ignoble thing then a different concept
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture II
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    • the spirit throughout cosmic space. We shall study a different aspect
    • Earth, like man himself, has passed through different embodiments and
    • path. Our earth and the beings belonging to it take a different course.
    • — has differentiated out of that original ocean of flame. And
    • time, for its character was rather different. But for the human mind
    • The occultist makes use of two words to indicate the difference between
    • long and greatly differing periods of evolution; the forces working
    • concepts can, in any case, be only relative. The only difference in
    • The difference is always relative, only relative. As far as human thinking
    • and ascending. These forces are indicated in various ways in the different
    • have to speak differently of the conditions then prevailing, enumerating
    • All there are beings other than man, beings of a different nature. There
    • beings of whom we must speak differently. The members of which man is
    • as their lowest member, are in an entirely different position. In respect
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture III
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    • standing at different levels of evolution. Additional spiritual
    • an intellectual grasp of the gradual agglomeration of the different
    • the different globes had gathered themselves into balls and separated
    • a series of different beings at different stages of evolution.
    • They went through their human stage in a different external form. The
    • as in schools different primary pupils are always following on. These
    • dwelling place with quite different characteristics. On the other hand
    • varying stages of evolution of the different beings.
    • develop, he had a very different form. You would open your eyes in amazement
    • all of this; just as the different human fluids work upon man, so did
    • quite calmly. It will be quite different in fifty years' time, for the
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IV
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    • quite different from the nature of our present earthly planet. On Saturn
    • body — you must recollect the fundamental difference existing
    • in quite a different form — namely, the warmth contained in your
    • different for each different human being, the ego drew into the astral
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture V
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    • to be considered too from many different aspects. Today we will consider
    • from a different point of view, and will pay special attention to the
    • you came into a different region of warmth. Thus old Saturn consisted
    • What then is the difference
    • is a considerable difference, for the human bodies which then came forth,
    • more complex than the human being of Saturn. In Saturn all was undifferentiated
    • became differentiated. The homogeneous warmth-matter was differentiated
    • but there is a very different one, a living warmth which you have in
    • to you. Now you must think how different these beings were. You have
    • we look at the facts, our human evolution is seen to be very different
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VI
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    • different substances.
    • A quite different task
    • on Earth from an entirely different standpoint, so that this human being
    • find it was radically different from that of a human being of today.
    • that signified something entirely different from what it means today.
    • personality and his individuality are within two different tendencies
    • of his soul. Man will have then quite a different physiognomy; by the
    • that matter could someday become quite different from matter. What could
    • as individuality through all the different incarnations; and there were
    • different from what was created in Rome as jurisprudence. That is a
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VII
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    • The spiritual hierarchies above man. The different
    • that he has developed to his present heights through different planetary
    • of the just completed life. This lasts for two or three days, it differs
    • of time that the person could hold out without sleep. Different people
    • stand today looked quite different a few centuries ago; the earth is
    • man meets a ground that presents quite a different picture; he always
    • who create the harmony between the different human individuals and the
    • there, and according to the different regions they occupied they had
    • in the different animal groups the esoteric expression of the ruling
    • that differs according to the different epochs. We have often spoken
    • nature. That was again a different epoch. So you have for each epoch
    • the Original Forces. They are different from those who have ascended
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VIII
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    • are different from those that one brought with one as a newcomer to
    • theories. For, little by little, we actually become different through
    • human stage, although under different conditions.
    • man. You know that we differentiate various members of man's nature.
    • just spoken we may say that they differ from man by not having developed
    • in fact, they have been given many different names. The name, however,
    • differ essentially from man in as much as one could never reasonably
    • The different members
    • we have considered the different members of the human being we shall
    • his physical body would look very different. When he dies the physical
    • of the different periods. Everything has now been graded, so to speak,
    • I have said as to how Jupiter differs from our Earth. We have described
    • the different animal species have been gradually ejected, so to speak,
    • to incarnation and is capable through development of reaching our different
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • that each animal form — or to put it differently — a totality
    • stands on quite a different page of cosmic evolution. Bees and blossoms
    • beings which one calls Sylphs or Lemures. In border-regions where different
    • We can observe different stages in the evolution of mankind and see
    • of man was quite different; in the bodies in which we were incorporated
    • at that time our souls had quite different experiences. There is one
    • as exists today. What is then the characteristic difference in comparison
    • came over him, it was only a different kind of consciousness. At that
    • time. It was because the memory of early mankind was quite different
    • not know that the giving of names in former times was quite different
    • things at all. A fundamental consciousness mediating quite differently
    • which men find themselves together without the differentiation of the
    • of group soul, though in quite a different sense from the early group
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • where the beings of different nature-kingdoms come together, where the
    • — if one may so call it, have indeed such ego souls as man, differing
    • of this complexity in different lectures. But he will appear more and
    • cycle is quite a different being from what he is by day. His physical
    • They were quite different organs on ancient Saturn, but their first
    • it was there but always different. On the Moon, for instance, there
    • to be physical and to be mineral are two quite different things. The
    • normal condition either. At any rate they are in a somewhat different
    • possesses further an astral body and ego, makes no difference as regards
    • and like differently, how he wants to work upon the other's soul.
    • effects in human life. Humanity would have advanced quite differently
    • the relation of etheric body to physical body was quite different from
    • etheric part practically coincide. That was quite different in ancient
    • man if during his different incarnations in those culture-epochs he
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • astral body as their lowest member need, however, something different
    • we must consider in somewhat more detail the different forms of man's
    • going through physical space, that it was by no means an indifferent
    • — let us say, in the Pyramids — is something quite different.
    • difference. Just as it is true that the Grecian temple can be thought
    • The true artist talks differently. He perhaps will say: When the tones
    • to combine the different means of expression so that what lives in the
    • But then too it is not a matter of indifference how left and right are



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