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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 2
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    • perceives, looking back at the primal earth atom? What is it that
    • spiritually in the primal human atom. This changed only in a time when
    • Archangeloi. A still higher type of being is called the Primal
    • Primal Beginnings. Then there are still higher beings called, in
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 4
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    • In spirit the neophyte saw the primal form of the Godhead. He saw the
    • heard this out of the primal word Vach. This was the
    • designation of the primal tone of creation that the pupil heard. In it
    • members, the primal word of creation, worked in the soul of the pupil;
    • this was the primal word, which he described to the uninitiated
    • as primal Word, this was already present on ancient Saturn; on Saturn
    • (but also in a much colder) form, the primal image of man, clothed
    • To the Indian pupil the human form, the primal image, became clearly
    • in Kama, and through Kama the primal Word resounded to the pupil. Kama
    • was the garment of love, the garment of the primal Word Vach,
    • and original human germ, the primal Vach, however, already contained
    • Word of creation, the primal Word. It was pointed out to the pupil
    • the mysterious power of the primal Word.
    • Thus the primal Word descended, in order that it might lead man upward
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 7
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    • primal ocean, floating and swimming, with this remarkable light-form
    • was complete. When man swam in the primal ocean, if some dangerous

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