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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 2
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    • believe that we can do this, and many books on theosophy actually
    • what he actually sees now when he looks back. Let us make this clear
    • actually perceived the divine beings. By day he was the companion of
    • then still the companion of the gods; he actually perceived a world of
    • actually pass over into the future.
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 3
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    • form of what actually existed when our earth stood at the beginning of
    • reported what they actually saw.
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    • external bodies actually resemble it.
    • described in ancient Greece. Socrates actually had telepathic powers,
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    • an inner recapitulation of the facts that actually occurred in the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 7
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    • know. In his clairvoyant seeing the pupil actually learned to know all
    • when the sun was still connected with the earth, was actually like a
    • formation actually coincided with the sun's being in the sign of the
    • actually gave the name to the then prevailing constellation. The feet
    • are actually the original Fish; the calves or shanks are the
    • became ever finer, and at the top he actually preserved the
    • actual stage of evolution-upward man and downward horse. The horse
    • an actual human form. When man looked like this, the moon had not yet
    • brain. Everything in early art is a symbol of actual forms.
    • actually much deeper than anything we can dream into them by means of
    • should relate every symbol to some actual vision, to something really
    • the form of pictures. The pupil actually beheld in a mighty living
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8
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    • actually be called a union of the three other natures, for the ego
    • harmonizes all three members. In this group the clairvoyant actually
    • actually see the facts of human evolution, and only what prepares the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • what was described actually took place in the water-earth. Man at that
    • for the clairvoyant. On the contrary, what he actually sees is streams
    • astral powers. One would see how there actually proceed from the moon
    • to whom the Rishis still could speak of how things actually had been.
    • in it. It is true that Pallas Athena, Zeus, etc., were actually within
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 10
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    • there. The initiate of that time was actually able to learn directly
    • how man learned to know Thor, Zeus, Wotan, Baldur as actual
    • working in the mysteries. Now he was actually incarnated in a physical
    • actually took place, just as the Trojan War actually took place. Outer
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 11
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    • evolution from what has actually taken place. However, certain beings
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • see that, on one side, this has actually happened. The expression of
    • when we are acquainted with these actual facts do we know how things
    • he had to answer to them as to whether he actually had taken up what
    • spiritual gaze had been directed to the cosmos through actual
    • like an actual memory, which corresponds to the truth? This is
    • who are authorities for him. Because he does not actually bend the

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