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  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • religions. Here, however, the Mystery of Golgotha is treated in the
    • evolution of humanity because other religions would not be able to
    • various religions be obliged to accept the facts we have presented
    • and Brahman religions will find that it is no more contrary to their
    • religion to accept the Mystery of Golgotha than it is to accept the
    • religious egotism if this fact is not admitted by religions that are
  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • ideas and conceptions are of a religious character. If religion has
    • whatever response we make to a religion on the earth, limited as it
    • religions of mankind in common. What is this? If you compare the
    • different religions of the world — and it is one of the most
    • different religions — you will find that these religions were
    • fact we know most about those religions that were able to serve their
    • For more than ten years now we have been studying the religions, but
    • impulse transcending that of the single religions and embracing
    • possible? It became possible through a religion in which there was no
    • single trace of egoism. The supremacy of this religion lies in the
    • Hinduism, for instance, is an eminently egoistic religion, for a man
    • who is not a Hindu cannot be received into it. This religion is
    • territorial religions; their original greatness lay in the fact that
    • admit that the religions were adapted to particular conditions, but
    • several religions, but say that they all come from the same source,
    • religions towards a great goal, we must seek to understand this
    • thread, and study and value of each religion for its particular
    • has been made towards discovering the nature of a religion that has
    • “national” religion such as is found among the Hindus or
    • its professed religion has been absolutely unegoistical.
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  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • treat all religions with equal attention without giving preference to
    • of giving a preference to the Christian religion. Yet this accusation
    • writings? Providing one does not reject a religion, is what is not to
    • be found in its books to the detriment of a religion? Cannot every
    • succeed in developing a new sense of devotion, a true religion in
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • Many different religions have been established on the earth in the
    • the religions had to be adjusted. It is therefore in the nature of
    • the several religions, finding and giving understanding in them.
    • Because all religions have sprung from a common source, when the
    • religions of the earth, there was so much of the common kernel of
    • religion that souls in the Sun sphere found themselves in that primal
    • religions was lost and can only be found again through occult
    • ancient Wotan religion — and for the sake of its inner
    • because the old legacy of the common source of all religions was
    • several religions to one another. We must grow beyond a narrowly
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • One finds, for instance, that many who belong to the Hindu religion
    • speak of a common kernel in all religions. They in fact, however,
    • only refer to the common kernel of the Hindu and Buddhist religions.
    • The adherents of the Hindu and Buddhist religions speak in terms of a
    • comparable to that toward the Hindu religion, then old Wotan still
    • egoism. Religiously it is more selfless than the Eastern religions.
    • the Old Testament religion, Christianity is not one-sided. Attention
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • appreciation of all religions is necessary. That is the Sun period.
    • religion, for another to that of Lao-Tse, and so forth. Today,
    • religion, valid for all people. Christianity is not limited to a
    • and other national religions. Had the people of middle Europe
    • preserved their old folk religion, we would still today find a Wotan
    • science will reveal that the true core of all religions is contained
    • in a rightly understood Christianity, and that every religion,
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • religion were prevalent in Europe, for instance, we would still have
    • racial religion. But the West has accepted a confession that did not
    • Christ impulse cannot be sucked up into a racial or folk religion.
    • seed enabling it to become the universal religion.
    • One need not take an intolerant attitude toward other religions. The
    • religion and mine correspond.” The best thing would be for
    • the depth of his heart. Only then is Christianity the religion that
    • Christianity. Among the religions of the earth, Christianity has
    • appeared last. New religions cannot be founded anymore. Such
    • scientific movement we endeavor to consider all the religions of the

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