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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 1
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    • experiences between birth and death occur repeatedly for us. The doctrine
    • that became mummies. We know that when man, after death, is freed from
    • something very definite in the period after death. When they looked
    • impressions after death. The impression made by the mummified body
    • they saw their mummified bodies after death, that they were repeatedly
    • death. Such views do not arise out of nothing.
    • after death.
    • External life runs its course between birth and death. Man lives a
    • much longer life after death, in what we know as kamaloca and the
    • live between birth and death! That life cannot be compared to the life
    • experiences between death and a new birth have been far more
    • the soul experiences today between death and a new birth is something
    • laid aside his outer form at death. Just as mummification worked on in
    • does evolution continue in those mysterious worlds between death and
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 5
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    • long as there was light alone, he did not know birth and death. The
    • death were only episodes. With the first drawing of breath, the
    • consciousness of birth and death entered into him. He felt that the
    • with the light, had brought death to him.
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 6
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    • But this is also the moment when birth and death entered into the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 7
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    • when they sojourn in the spiritual world between death and a new
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8
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    • death. The memory of this event of primeval times was preserved in
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • call death. For if, at that time, man withdrew from his physical body,
    • whether through sleep or through death, his consciousness did not
    • further, and in the conditions that prevailed between death and a new
    • become so strong that even beyond death it could determine what should
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 10
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    • death and a new birth. We need only recall that in death man enters
    • astral body after death, he also retains the craving, but he lacks the
    • physical, and after death the person feels a real lust for what
    • pleased him most in life. For this reason he suffers after death until
    • When we thus describe what man experiences between death and a new
    • although our earth is changeable, everything up yonder, beyond death,
    • death was not great. In primeval antiquity man had long periods of
    • incarnation and the life after death. Through the fact that man
    • experiences between death and a new birth also changed.
    • penetrate into the Devachanic consciousness between death and a new
    • consciousness between death and a new birth would have grown ever
    • mankind would have succumbed to spiritual death. But there is a
    • possibility of illuminating the consciousness between death and a new
    • force that brightens the consciousness after death, that saves man
    • maintained, but the consciousness after death could not have been
    • spiritual death if he makes it one with his own being.
    • greater became the power of death. We must bear this in mind if we are
    • called the supremacy over death, for death first appeared in the world
    • human body, the victory over death also came into the world. Here a
    • illuminated after death. If we keep this in mind we shall also be able
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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 11
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    • between death and a new birth, in kamaloka and Devachan, there takes
    • experiences only when he passes through the portal of death. To be
    • between death and a new birth became more pale and shadowy. The
    • during the period between birth and death, one seeks to gain insight
    • three and a half days, the candidate was put into a deathlike
    • death and a new birth. The Sphinx appeared to him as a real form; he
    • death, when it was between death and a new birth, Egyptian ideas were
    • Egyptians sojourned after death. Here on the physical plane occurred
    • who were in the condition between death and a new birth.
    • three-and-a-half-day death on the physical plane? It was the enactment
    • days. One who had gone through this symbolical death could say to
    • mankind, “There is a conquering of death. There is something
    • eternal in the world.” Death was conquered by the initiates, and
    • they felt themselves to be victors over death. The event of Golgotha
    • times became, for once, an historical event: the conquering of death
    • through the event of Golgotha death was conquered in the physical
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • brought the force through which death can be overcome. Thereby it
    • death there was an ego. The ego reached back for centuries in the
    • name between birth and death. In the whole series of ancestors the
    • death; in ancient times man clung to much more than this. Man was
    • Abraham's bosom.” One felt that after death he went upward
    • the Egyptian felt that he was united with Osiris in death, that he
    • the time beyond death, for the life between death and a new birth. In
    • at that time? All that the soul experienced at that time between death



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