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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • numbers. The Prague clock. Every external event has an
    • legend of the Prague clock and the workings of Ahriman and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • the old town hall in Prague there is a remarkable clock that
    • was made in the fifteenth century. This clock is really a
    • — always pointed to 1. The clock was so arranged that the
    • addition to this, the clock also showed when sun or moon
    • This clock, then, was constructed in the fifteenth
    • quality of this clock: first regarding its wonderful
    • gifted enough to make such a clock always wound it up as
    • and did so, yet time and again the clock went wrong.
    • simple man acquired the ability to make this clock. He alone
    • governor wanted to keep this clock specially for Prague and
    • inspired clockmaker blinded by having his eyes plucked
    • set the clock to rights again, and according to the legend he
    • used this moment to make a quick manipulation and put the clock
    • clock. There is no trace of egotism in it, though anybody can
    • not build the clock out of egotism. Nor was there any
    • wanted to keep the clock exclusively for his own town, and this
    • was why he blinded the clockmaker. Lucifer is placed on the one
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • The Legend of the Prague Clock
    • apparently remote example of the clock in the old town hall of
    • being a clock it is also a sort of calendar showing the
    • play their part. The story tells us that this clock in the
    • governor wanted to keep this clock all for himself and would
    • had the clockmaker blinded and forced him to retire. Not until
    • he felt death approaching was the clockmaker allowed to touch
    • the clock again. And then, with skillful manipulation, he
    • gave the clock such a jolt that it could actually never be put
    • sole possession of the clock that could only be constructed by
    • clock-maker's ruining of the clock was an ahrimanic deed. The
    • namely in the form of the clock itself. We see that the
    • clockmaker, too, wanted to include ahrimanic and
    • luciferic forces in the very construction of the clock, for
    • perfection, this clock included something else as well. Apart
    • from the clock face, the planetary dial, and all the other
    • things it had, there were figures on both sides of the clock,
    • himself in the mirror. The clockmaker himself confronts
    • and Lucifer are active. Thus in the clock itself we see a
    • to the artist who made the old Prague town hall clock. He put
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • There is the clock. The will is eliminated, isn't it? I see the
    • clock. That is now a mental image. The will does not exist and
    • I see the clock. This clock has an effect on me in some way by
    • the clock, and the image of the movement succeeds the activity
    • eliminated. It is not there. First of all I observe the clock



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