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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • Steiner had lectured also in many places about the renewed experience
    • the grave on Golgotha. In every human soul that has experienced an
    • who have experienced an awakening, bringing them, for the first time,
    • feel to be approaching, and which they will experience before the end
    • death, has experienced the backward survey over his previous earthly
    • transgressions. That is an experience a man has after death. Thus, in
    • for all those who, after death, have experienced what has just been
    • experience, or have passed through the gate of death. Those who have
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • ordinary experience of this couple, their son was abruptly snatched
    • for anyone well-versed in dream-experiences there is nothing unusual
    • Let us try now to look into this dream-experience from the point of
    • dream-experiences. Another thing is the knowledge that passing through
    • these were experiences of which the last degenerate echoes linger on
    • experience was this, though perhaps not put clearly into words:
    • experience can tell about the need for exploring the riddles of life,
    • experienced by the ego so that it should rely increasingly upon
    • What then is our present experience? It is not just of the entering-in
    • of the ego; we now experience how one of our sheaths casts a kind of

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