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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Contents
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    • The warmth element on ancient Saturn. The spirits
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture II
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    • rarefication. That which today permeates all beings as warmth —
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IV
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    • The warmth element on ancient Saturn. The spirits
    • air; what was present at that time could only be compared with warmth
    • stages of evolution, and the human being. A lower creature has the warmth
    • of its surroundings. An amphibian has no inner warmth of its own; it
    • has the warmth of its surroundings. It is as cold or as warm as its
    • surroundings. Man has his own internal, equable warmth, as indeed he
    • can nevertheless maintain his warmth at a certain temperature, and you
    • know that when disturbances such as fever etc. enter this warmth, the
    • has an inner degree of warmth and he must think of some underlying force
    • you would have noticed in its neighborhood that there was warmth, you
    • would think that there was a space filled with warmth, you would enter
    • realized through this force of warmth alone. It was a rarefied material
    • this substance. If you could eliminate today everything except the warmth
    • in quite a different form — namely, the warmth contained in your
    • blood: a physical body consisting only of warmth! It is a horrible idea
    • can picture the warmth sub-stance of Saturn perpetually receiving the
    • sent their life-bestowing saps down into the warmth masses of Saturn
    • in the warm Saturn, and through the fact that they brought a sacrifice
    • the atmosphere of Saturn. In the old Greek myth the warm globe of Saturn
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture V
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    • or earthy, the fluid or watery, the airy and the fiery, only warmth,
    • or any other substance, but a globe consisting purely of warmth; you
    • you came into a different region of warmth. Thus old Saturn consisted
    • purely of fire or warmth.
    • the second embodiment of our Earth, the warmth had already reached such
    • containing nothing but warmth substance. Within this warmth ball of
    • it was a space glowing with inner warmth, and living within it were
    • the first forms of mankind as warmth-beings. When with clairvoyant sight
    • at first these original human rudiments as if the whole warmth sphere
    • warmer than the surroundings. The human being was distinct from the
    • were warmer. It may be clearer for you to realize to what extent man
    • place quite open, and imagine a warmth-current coming from outside into
    • this opening. Think of the warmth-current not densely material in blood-streams,
    • of warmth-man. Later on, in the progress of evolution, the human heart
    • with its blood vessels arose from this rudimentary warmth-man. The blood
    • time in man's evolution and which later disappeared was a shining warmth-organ,
    • the head of an infant a kind of warmth-organ projected from man when
    • it as an eye is not correct. It was a sort of warmth-organ which indicated
    • became differentiated. The homogeneous warmth-matter was differentiated
    • in such a way that air-matter arose while a part of the earlier warmth-matter
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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VI
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    • a kind of warmth-man? Then it was said that there was a condensation
    • warmth-system was trans-formed to the later blood-system, and under
    • Earth would be a kind of warmth-system which formed the rudiments of
    • as a kind of warmth-man, as I described last time, yet at the same time
    • it was really a kind of sense-system. It was in fact a system of warmth
    • and perception. The human being was, so to say, wholly a blood or warmth-man.
    • He was not permeated by the substance of blood, but etheric warmth-lines
    • of force penetrated him, and these etheric warmth-force lines out of
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VII
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    • is only a lack of warmth, it is not real in itself; if we make the warmth
    • less and less, it gets colder and colder, however much warmth we take
    • But in spite of cold's being only a negation of warmth, it can nevertheless
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • a whole swarm of bees settles on a tree and then moves away with the
    • sensation of taste in the body. Then the whole swarm is ensheathed in
    • intimate relationship of the rider and his steed. Through the warm connection
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • there was nothing at all but a condition of warmth. The modern physicist
    • knows of no such condition because he thinks that warmth can only appear
    • which lived in warmth. We must thus clearly distinguish between the



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