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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • Leaders of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • worlds. In other words, can even the ordinary person, possessed of no
    • words, whereas concepts unaccompanied by emotions weary us, so that
    • even into sleep. In other words, they are a soul element that remains
    • which enters into the state of sleep. In other words, the will
    • other words, he will require exactly 5,000 years to rise from a
    • means of the physically uttered word, in concepts and 'ideas, by
    • of speech alone. Then will speech, the word, bring it about that
    • there shall dwell in the word itself powers which shall convey
    • transmitting these from soul to soul. At present the word
    • cannot have a moral influence. Such words can by no means be produced
    • exist. Words will be spoken through which the human being will
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya Buddha.
    • words, interest and attentiveness in relation to the
    • we have the fine word Sinnigkeit,
    • English word. It signifies the gift or capacity of inventive, or
    • him to impart to souls through the word itself feelings of the heart
    • words capable of doing this. Even the Maitreya Buddha could not do
    • this at present — could not develop such magical words. Today
    • only thoughts can be imparted by means of words.



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