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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
- or acquaintances whom one has not seen for a long time. But, if we
- cling to the friend of that time, are not yet quite severed from him;
- appear. Intellectual thinking comes for the first time about
- seeks its well-being in the utter absence of sentiments. Alas for one
- own, will already be more spiritual. There the sentiments will play a
- have the right sentiments. This certainly sounds very queer but it
- humanity, upon arriving at this point of time, have reached the epoch
- prepared in advance. At that time, likewise, the physical Christ was
- Pandira? He is a great individuality who, since the time of
- the Buddha at that time had not already been a Buddha. Buddha,
- certain period of time, and had to be filled again. As the
- Bodhisattva who had incarnated at that time ascended in the
- rank of Buddha after 3,000 years, reckoned from the present time. In
- century since that time, is now also already incarnated, and will be
- proclaimed the Christ at that time in advance as the physical Christ.
- at that time. In that period, the Christ Being had to make manifest
- will be replaced in later periods of time by forces capable of a
- time it would not be possible even for the Bodhisattva himself
- of time, before the great war of all against all, the situation will
- receive moral power. Three thousand years after our present time
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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
- a long time without any true fundamental principles of education,
- even decades. Only one who surveys great stretches of time can
- wills. Every time that we actually are goaded by an impulse to be
- stretches of time may intervene between cause and effect.
- extraordinary volume; at no time has illogical thinking been so
- widespread as precisely in our time, in spite of the fact that people
- inevitable effect, even though only after a long time, of making the
- increasing significance to the extent that the time in man's
- self-observation. Just as in earlier times, in ancient clairvoyance,
- determine his own way in later times through the new clairvoyance. It
- is for this reason that Anthroposophy appears precisely in our time
- time, been incarnated once in nearly every century; who lived as
- which has until then given life to the body passes out at that time,
- different person from what he has been up to that time, even though
- time, before this revolution. Up to this time — although he will
- time in this body; thus can that take place which must take place in
- one in our time to adopt the practice of cultivating those
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