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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • perform a relatively important act or even merely take hold of an
    • us to do this. These impulses, moreover, are gradually transformed
    • transformed and something occurs which he may not have experienced at
    • can form a mental image of it. That is, our thought life is something
    • preceding day in the form of good moral impulses. We may say,
    • they shall see the Christ, not in His physical body, but in a form
    • which will exist on the astral plane as an etheric form. Even in our
    • an etheric form. This will constitute the great advance beyond the
    • the clouds; for this means that He will appear as an etheric form on
    • form, and those who are then living on the physical plane, and who
    • in an astral form in the lower world of Devachan. And the final
    • Christ in His glory, as the form of the greatest "Ego," as 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
    • the Christ in etheric form.
    • of humanity in physical form — became thereby vacant for a
    • in physically visible form the goal of evolution, and only thus could
    • at length all that men can possess in the form of thoughts shall
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • one else performed it."
    • the woods and let them form little baskets out of burs, and then
    • teach him with the forms and processes of nature. When children reach
    • transformations that ever occurred took place at the baptism by John.
    • is transformed between his thirtieth and thirty-third years.

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