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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Contents
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    • music as union with the astral bodies of spiritual beings. In
    • of the spheres take the form of music for the intellectual soul.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture V
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    • music from cosmic space gives rise to most manifold forms and figures,
    • they listened to the cosmic music and arranged themselves in conformity
    • cosmic music is albumen, protoplasm, the foundation of all living growth.
    • of cosmic music. And thus the substances in the living were organized
    • according to the world-music. The albuminous substance, protoplasm,
    • to the music of the spheres.
    • musical element in it, formed the materials into living substance. The
    • under the wonder-working of world music. Then only was the whole impregnated
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • music as union with the astral bodies of spiritual beings. In
    • of the spheres take the form of music for the intellectual soul.
    • and that is the art of music, the phonetic art. A space through which
    • streams musical tones is an opportunity for the freely-changing, self-determined
    • when the astral body becomes aware of itself. In the creative musician
    • as the art of music is the expressions, imprints, of what is experienced
    • unconsciously in the sphere harmonies, and to be musically gifted means
    • day condition to what whirs through it the whole night. To be unmusical
    • man experiences in the musical art. And since music creates in our physical
    • expresses them through his earthly music, so that in earthly music the
    • their astral bodies again into the ocean waves of music, and so a bridge
    • at such a stage what we call the art of music arises.
    • so — in the five arts of architecture, sculpture, painting, music,
    • music whose tones sounded before there were yet human ears to hear them.
    • to be merely musician, merely dramatist, merely poet. All that we have
    • us what it ought to become and must become. For the musical-poetic art



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