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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • Here we have to point out that, in the epoch which lies behind us,
    • physical world. This lies behind us as the Graeco-Latin epoch. During
    • this epoch Christ worked on earth in a physical body. Since the human
    • epoch in which thinking is primarily developed, in which man receives
    • Thales. Only after the Graeco-Latin epoch does scientific thinking
    • experiment! This is characteristic of our epoch, which brings the
    • humanity, upon arriving at this point of time, have reached the epoch
    • earlier epoch, when human beings were not yet ripe for beholding Him
    • that He can be seen in this epoch only in the etheric body. Any one
    • Then will come an epoch
    • epoch when the Christ will manifest Himself in still loftier manner;
    • epoch, that of the moral impulse will be that in which the human
    • follows: In the Graeco-Latin epoch Christ appeared on the
    • physical plane; in our epoch He will appear as an etheric form on the
    • astral plane; in the next epoch as an astral form on the plane of
    • lower Devachan; and in the epoch of morality as the very essence and
    • moral-Devachanic. In our epoch it is the spiritual-scientific
    • our own epoch it is necessary that Christ shall be proclaimed. For
    • who is to become the Maitreya Buddha, changes greatly from epoch to
    • epoch.
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