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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • Christmas and Easter — has been done in a very
    • coinciding approximately with the Winter Solstice. Easter is
    • therefore an immovable Feast. Easter, on the other hand, is
    • Thereby the Easter Festival becomes the symbol of cosmic
    • this mobility of Easter, for the simple reason that it brings
    • that Easter should be fixed in a purely pedantic and
    • adduced in favour of a fixed Easter. After all, you need but
    • think of this: The movable Easter is completely in accord
    • naturally enough, is thrown into no little disorder by Easter
    • to keep it in order if Easter were fixed. The proposal has
    • arrangement of Easter according to the heavenly
    • Easter is made to vary in successive years. We know that the
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • between Christmas and Easter is longer or shorter as the case
    • may he. Thus, even this mobility of Easter calls our
    • Easter sense. Indeed, from the catastrophes of to-day the
    • Easter thoughts. For we may even say, paradoxical as it may
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • Easter secret. To begin with — even if you only compare
    • the secret of birth in general, the Easter secret is
    • festivals of Christmas and Easter, two gateways to the
    • Egypt. Chaldea and Western Asia was more the soil for Easter
    • the Easter Mystery in one; to see them as the two sides of
    • Star-Mysteries, or Easter Mysteries. Man is a twofold nature:
    • Therefore especially the Mystery of death, the Easter
    • of death, the Easter Mystery, the Mystery of the
    • then culminated in the Easter Mysteries — laid especial
    • Christmas and Easter — only when this bridge is built,

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