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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 1
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    • we take as our subject an epoch stretching from ancient Egypt down to
    • going to look backward over much wider and more comprehensive epochs.
    • ancient Egypt during Egyptian cultural epoch, that the same souls are
    • After this culture there followed another, the second cultural epoch
    • this period. The epoch begins in the eighth pre-Christian century,
    • the working of wonderful forces through the various epochs and the
    • relationships of the epochs to each other. If we begin by looking at
    • schools of the initiates it was known that our fifth epoch was
    • connected with the third epoch. These mysterious connections stood at
    • epoch the soul experienced something quite different than in the Greek
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 2
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    • first cultural epoch of this period will repeat itself in the last,
    • turn. At the end of our fifth great epoch, the post-Atlantean, there
    • close of the Atlantean epoch. Through the War of All Against All, the
    • seventh culture of the fifth epoch will find its conclusion. These are
    • of such repetitions, saying that the first cultural epoch repeats
    • If we wish to understand the cultural epochs more clearly, we must
    • look at whole epochs of time and at many peoples, with all their
    • epoch. After great fire-catastrophes had terminated this Lemurian
    • epoch, our earth gradually entered a condition that could produce the
    • Now let us recapitulate the four epochs in the evolution of our earth.
    • First, let us bring to mind the epoch in which sun and moon were still
    • visible only to spiritual eyes. Then we come to the second epoch. We
    • moon-plus-earth as a world of evil. Then we come to a third epoch,
    • that are the result of this threeness. Then we come to a fourth epoch.
    • is the epoch that closes with huge water-catastrophes, the time of
    • see him pass through the cultural epochs of the post-Atlantean time;
    • are nothing else than memories of the ancient epochs of the earth.
    • happened earlier. It is a repetition of the first epoch of the earth,
    • religion of the Persians is a remembrance of the second epoch of the
    • In the third cultural epoch, man had to say to himself, “In me
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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 3
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    • the third epoch's astral trinity of sun, earth, and moon.
    • epochs, and also with the old clairvoyant disposition. So it was
    • So did things stand about the middle of the Atlantean epoch. We will
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 4
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    • epoch. We saw how there stood before the soul of the neophyte an ideal
    • culture, were transmitted to the following epochs, and were
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    • occurred in the second epoch, when the sun withdrew from the earth,
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8
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    • which we view as a symbol of an epoch of cosmic evolution, is far
    • take place. Therefore we cannot apply to more ancient epochs the
    • epochs. Thus the most manifold forms could appear. For example, the
    • middle of the Atlantean epoch. Earlier there was an intermediate
    • stage. At a certain epoch in this intermediate stage, a change of
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • evolution progressed further through the various epochs.
    • cultural epoch, in the Egyptian-Babylonian-Assyrian-Chaldean culture.
    • epochs of the post-Atlantean time. Men had learned to value the
    • The fourth epoch, the Greco-Latin, is the period when man came even
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 10
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    • this last epoch, the more he learned to love the physical world and
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 11
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    • From our studies of the earlier great epochs of earth evolution we can
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • studied the four post-Atlantean epochs up to the appearance of
    • evolved the ancient Indian epoch, the ancient Persian epoch, and the
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch. In the description of the fourth epoch, the
    • the present cultural epoch. We have seen how, in this Greco-Latin
    • tragedy, sought to portray his own union with this epoch of culture.
    • post-Atlantean epochs. No other period would have been the right one.
    • the Egyptian epoch man was already entangled in the physical world.

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