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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • division of the sexes took place in the kingdom of man on earth. You
    • know that before this we cannot speak of such a division of the sexes
    • the very first appearance altogether of two sexes in earthly
    • bisexuality occur earlier. But what we call the human kingdom did not
    • divide into two sexes until Lemurian times. Prior to that the human
    • shape was formed differently, and both sexes were in a way contained
    • transition from dual sexuality to the division into sexes if we
    • visualise how the earlier dual sexed human being gradually developed
    • the one sex, the female, became more pronounced, whilst in the other
    • group the characteristics of the male sex developed more strongly.
    • This was still a long time before the sexes separated, when there was
    • sexes. It is only when we have a spiritual scientific basis that we
    • meaning behind the two sexes gradually developing and then
    • fructification, the reciprocal influence of the sexes, (as) replacing
    • division into sexes occurred in human evolution. That was not so. We
    • must picture to ourselves that in the times preceding bisexuality
    • these beings of bisexuality had the power of fructification as well
    • before the arising of the sexes. A great uniformity was there then.
    • sexes were outwardly very similar, and their characters were more or
    • time as the moon departed, however, the division into sexes took
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