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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Contents
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    • ancient and modern times.
    • Lecture 11 .. The ancient Egyptian doctrine of evolution. The cosmic
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 1
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    • the Culture-streams of Ancient
    • we take as our subject an epoch stretching from ancient Egypt down to
    • connections, should be sought for between our own time and ancient
    • ancient Egypt during Egyptian cultural epoch, that the same souls are
    • world, all this was prepared in ancient Egypt, in the land of the
    • changed. Before ancient Egypt there were still other cultures. By
    • in ancient Asia and Africa. If we look back clairvoyantly into
    • different bodies than today; we reach ancient Atlantis, of which our
    • today lived also in the ancient Atlanteans. Those were our souls. Then
    • In the seventh period, ancient India will appear in a new form. We
    • Ancient India will then appear in a new form. Mysterious forces are at
    • see in the annals of the future. Thus ancient India will appear again;
    • that belonged to the ancient Indians were also incarnated in Egypt and
    • ancient Egyptian, was present with the Horus child as our Madonna is
    • show a superearthly connection between ancient Egypt and our modern
    • shall see this mysterious connection. Through the fact that in ancient
    • experienced in ancient Egypt. Here we glimpse deep mysteries that
    • the physical world. What did we experience as ancient Egyptians in the
    • quite different from what the ancient Egyptian experienced when he
    • as the fruit of that ancient time. We will be led into deep recesses
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 2
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    • relationships prevailing in ancient Atlantis. The first beginnings of
    • the ancient Indian, the ancient Persian, the
    • We know that souls endure, that they reincarnate. Just as in ancient
    • are nothing else than memories of the ancient epochs of the earth.
    • the first period the ancient Indians could conceive the first
    • good and evil; the ancient Egyptians could picture the third epoch in
    • * Note 1: It may occur to the reader that India, even in ancient times, was notable for the multiplicity of its gods rather than for their unity. In this connection the following passage from the Upanishads may be illuminating:
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 3
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    • ancient Indian, Persian, and Egyptian cultures. If we want to form a
    • true picture of the religious experiences of these ancient cultures,
    • among these ancient peoples, including the seers, prophets, and
    • time, first lost the ancient gift of clairvoyance for the ordinary
    • ancient peoples as a memory. But the error in the above analogy is
    • In ancient India the Rishis guided the culture. We must try to
    • let us examine the methods of such an ancient Atlantean
    • ancient times the physical body was definitely not of its present
    • ancient Atlantis. Let us enter in spirit such a center of initiation
    • remnant of the mastery over the physical body that obtained in ancient
    • Things were different in the ancient initiation schools. Thinking had
    • that pollen, out of that primeval atom. Not the form of ancient man or
    • Thus we look back on remarkable mysteries, the mysteries of ancient
    • the Indian initiation-teaching, where it was summed up in the ancient
    • earth was the most sacred thing for the ancient Indian initiate. He
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 4
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    • during the ancient Moon condition of the earth;
    • all forms are dissolved. Thus, although the ancient Moon was already
    • retained in memory through the time of the flood. The ancient Indian
    • echoes of what the pupils had felt in ancient times, they experienced
    • the ancient holy Indian culture. This was the fruit of the Greek's
    • doctrine of the ancient Indian initiates, which appears like a
    • of the ancient holy Indian culture and had Manu for their own teacher.
    • Who were these seven great teachers of ancient India? As far as
    • of the solar system. We find hints of this in many ancient occult
    • find again in the ancient sacred tradition of the Indians, in what was
    • is only a last memory of the ancient sacred doctrine of the Word. The
    • Word itself was only passed from mouth to mouth, for an ancient
    • as primal Word, this was already present on ancient Saturn; on Saturn
    • the ancient Sun he saw shape itself as life, what on the
    • ancient Moon was injected into the foundation of all things as
    • is to develop love. This was not yet present on the ancient
    • In all this we have a hint of the experiences of the ancient pupils of
    • described in ancient Greece. Socrates actually had telepathic powers,
    • In ancient times, forces proceeded from the teacher to the pupil. Even
    • in ancient Egypt there were still a great many people who could absorb
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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 5
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    • Now, in order to look quite clearly into the soul of the ancient
    • On ancient Saturn, too, a physical eye would have seen nothing. In
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    • we have something that shows us that in these ancient mystery-schools
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    • This is the myth, which is one of the most ancient components of the
    • their pupils could look back clairvoyantly into those most ancient
    • young; there is no old opinion handed down among you from ancient
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    • take place. Therefore we cannot apply to more ancient epochs the
    • predominated in him. In the ancient times when these four forms
    • to the ancient reptile form — and then at the front there is the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • water-catastrophes had vanished. A sort of memory of the ancient world
    • of the ancient Indian when he saw himself transplanted into the
    • ancient Indian longed to escape from this hard reality, which for him
    • At this time, hardly anything remained of the ancient repugnance with
    • who could show them what happened in ancient Lemuria and Atlantis,
    • new method, became necessary in Egypt. In ancient India man had
    • starry script, how all physical forms had evolved. The ancient
    • the physical world. Thus they taught new subjects. In ancient India
    • The concept of the citizen first became a real feeling in ancient
    • invented in ancient Rome. The will of the single personality had
    • the ancient Persian, man had already descended a little. In the third
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 10
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    • THERE are many myths and sagas of the ancient Egyptians that were
    • the spiritual world. In ancient times the difference between sleep and
    • Christianity was also taught in the ancient mysteries. Such words as
    • Christian religion today existed already among the ancients and was
    • great prophets. It was a well-known being in the more ancient
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 11
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    • The Ancient Egyptian Doctrine of Evolution.
    • within itself. In the ancient initiations, therefore, for a period of
    • understanding. The ancient Egyptian initiates saw the god who
    • ancient forms. Here one can, see deep into the workings of human
    • a descendent of the ancient Sphinx, and as the ancient Sphinx put
    • relic of the old Sphinx. The midday woman has grown out of the ancient
    • lay ignorance can oppose as strongly as is often done. The ancient
    • in our bodies today were also incarnated in that ancient time. Let us
    • signifies that what had often taken place in the mysteries of ancient
    • ancient initiation. We feel this unique event entering into the world
    • spiritual world, the ancient initiates held converse with the dead, to
    • In the ancient initiation one could say that the fruits of the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • evolved the ancient Indian epoch, the ancient Persian epoch, and the
    • ancient Chaldean-Egyptian initiates saw. For example, what we are
    • deep mysteries are contained, is only a caricature of the ancient
    • significance. Thus we find that in ancient times man had little power
    • the feeling-life of the ancient Egyptians. Then we may ask how this
    • pictures of the Sphinx, of Isis, of Osiris, were memories of ancient
    • human conditions. All this was like a reflection of ancient events on
    • Strange as it may seem, in ancient times memory had an entirely
    • death; in ancient times man clung to much more than this. Man was
    • ancient Egyptians. What was taught in the great mysteries was also
    • learn as we penetrate further. The mysteries of the ancient Egyptians
    • When he observed this folk-substance, the ancient Egyptian asked
    • ancient Egyptian souls. For the souls of today, who experienced it in
    • modern times, which have their causes in the ancient Egyptian world.
    • transfer of interest to the physical plane that was present in ancient
    • lived as a pupil of one of the ancient initiates. Such a pupil's
    • ancient Egypt. This appears again in this soul in the fifth
    • experiences in ancient Egypt. The case is the same with Kepler's
    • ancient Egypt, experienced by him in spiritual form. What can such a
    • ancient Egypt. It is as though he stated all this in a new form when
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