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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 1
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    • once a form of reproduction other than the sexual one. In short, we
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 6
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    • been no duality of sex. There had been only a human being who was both
    • higher nature. Thus every person is double-sexed, having both lungs
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 7
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    • traces of sexless animals, which stood at the lowest stage of the
    • When the moon withdrew from the earth, sexuality appeared. The
    • centaur-man was still sexless. Sexuality appeared when the sun stood
    • in the sign of the Scorpion, and this is why we always connect sex
    • sexuality. In his upper half, man was turned toward the cosmic forces,
    • but in his lower half he was a bisexual being. He had become a sexual
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8
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    • progress from sexuality under the sign of the Scorpion to the evolving
    • into two sexes. The female ancestors of human beings were formed
    • describe as male and female. Man remained unisexual much longer than
    • both sexes in one being. “And God created man
    • must have been a period of transition between unisexuality and the
    • division into two sexes; there could have been an interim condition
    • were fertilizing substances — and the other method of bisexual
    • propagation. This bisexual propagation emerged completely only in the



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