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  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 4
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    • significance of the temple-sleep that was applied for internal
    • in the temple. His consciousness was damped down, and he was allowed
    • active that were necessary for healing. This is how the temple-sleep
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 8
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    • her temple, when she has her fill of the society of mortals. After
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 9
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    • mystery temple, saw with his spiritual eye the spiritual beings that
    • build the pyramids, the temples, and the sphinxes. This was a mighty
    • temple. For everyone who can look back and see this temple, it is a
    • Greek temple. For what is attained here? A weak echo may be
    • In a Greek temple it was as if space had given birth to itself out of
    • the temple was built, and with whom the Greek as a clairvoyant was
    • acquainted, really descended into the temple, really felt comfortable
    • the temples. They had their bodies, their material bodies, in these
    • temples. For since these beings could incarnate only as far as an
    • these temples. Such a temple could become their physical body, in
    • One who understands the Greek temple knows that it differs profoundly
    • person can well imagine of a Greek temple, that even if it stood in a
    • would be a whole. A Greek temple is complete even when nobody is
    • Greek temple is not a house for the faithful. It is shaped as a house
    • As in the great temple buildings, so was it in everything artistic
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Lecture 12
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    • art. We have seen how the Greek temple was a building where the god
    • recrudescence of what was taught in the temples of ancient Egypt. Let

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