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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • And so on ... the Christians merely put Christ in the place
    • of Hercules, Dionysos and Osiris. Christ too is none other
    • needed the story of the Nazarene — Christ Jesus, the
    • Christ never was a physical personality, but a Sun. It was
    • theologians of the 19th century Christ gradually vanished
    • Christ-force entered the evolution of mankind. ‘In
    • on the Christ-impulse, it was not the mere word that
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • of our era. Revelation continues. Christ Jesus is always
    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • as ever-present, is precisely that Christian spirit which can
    • to speak — a Christmas character. This, as I said,
    • of the two outstanding festivals of Christianity —
    • Christmas and Easter — has been done in a very
    • significant way. Christmas is a so-called immovable Feast,
    • a movable Feast. Christmas is fixed because, as you know, it
    • deep meaning of the Christmas Festival. It is to remind us
    • recognises the Christmas Festival: he should seek for the
    • of the Earth, — just as the Christ-Child is found in a
    • Christmas is
    • yet deeper meaning in it, that the time between Christmas and
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • Christmas-impulses — take place in a given year; others
    • the successive Christmas impulses in historic evolution are
    • between Christmas and Easter is longer or shorter as the case
    • pillars of the Christian understanding of the world, —
    • namely the Immaculate Conception of Christ Jesus, and the
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Christian consciousness of to-day is still aware — or can,
    • poles to which I refer are the Christmas secret and the
    • Christmas secret is really the secret of birth; it represents
    • the birth of Christ Jesus, and therewithal attaches itself to
    • festival associated with the death of Christ Jesus. Now birth
    • festivals of Christmas and Easter, two gateways to the
    • invisible world are thus made the basis of the Christian
    • year; and inasmuch as this is so, the Christian
    • Christmas; it is essentially the Mystery of birth.
    • the Christmas Mysteries; and the ‘Mysteries of
    • afterwards merged into the real secret of Christmas, are the
    • In our time it must be possible to unite the Christmas and
    • were not Star-Mysteries, but rather a kind of Christmas
    • The Christian
    • development of Christian World-conceptions. The Mystery of
    • birth, the Christmas Mystery, the Mystery of super-sensible
    • most strongly in the ancient Mysteries of Christmas —
    • Christmas and Easter — only when this bridge is built,
    • undergone by the spread of Christianity; let us not, however,
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