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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • to physical science — to the manipulations, the
    • technique of science. The science of religion was never
    • physical science was in the main kept esoteric. It was this
    • they held their hands over these sciences, and were only
    • in the Mysteries to keep secret not so much physical science, but
    • the intellectual sciences generally. I mean for instance all
    • the truths of physical science they grew more lax. These
    • Science was in its swaddling-clothes; there was practically
    • discovered gunpowder as a result of their external science,
    • were known. Only, as forming part of physical science, they
    • what we may call physical science? The reason is deeply
    • certain truths of physical science in the deepest secrecy. It
    • Spiritual Science. For in these olden times, the moment a man
    • science, but to the social life, which concerns all
    • of physical science. Man to-day is acquainted with and makes
    • knows nothing of mechanical science; but the medium in which
    • national mentality with international physical science,
    • certain matters of physical science had to be held back
    • Science must be spread as far and wide as possible. Only by
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • spoke of them yesterday, with Spiritual Science such as it must be
    • be gained through anthroposophical Spiritual Science. But
    • recognise, as a true Science of the Heavens, what modern
    • earnestly into Spiritual Science, — into what Spiritual
    • Science is and what it can be. It is quite true: a man who
    • Yet this is precisely the mission of Spiritual Science: to
    • science of the 19th or even of the 20th century. They could
    • of view Spiritual Science is indeed in sharpest opposition to
    • the ideal of the 19th century. Spiritual Science must
    • nonsense to the natural-scientific age. Spiritual Science, on
    • brought into flow once more through Spiritual Science. They
    • must he sought for through Spiritual Science also. And would
    • Spiritual Science cannot admit or confess its faith in any
    • Anthroposophical Spiritual Science takes the Virgin cosmic
    • the sense of anthroposophical Spiritual Science, then, in
    • this content of all that is brought forward by this Science,
    • Spiritual Science, must have a virginal character. Perhaps
    • associative intellect? The Physical Science of to-day already
    • Physical Science itself, and not its learned
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • Mysteries — that is to say, for a Science of the
    • notably in the 3rd post-Atlantean epoch, the Science of the
    • far they got in this direction with their ancient science. We
    • Mysteries was enough to show us that there was a Science in
    • primeval human times a science — acquired by somewhat
    • different means, it is true — but a true science none
    • generally known as Science nowadays, concerns itself with
    • inclined, at the same time rejecting the Science that is
    • Meanwhile the Science of to-day, which concerns itself
    • come about that Science on the one hand, by rejecting the
    • Occult Science.
    • our anthroposophical Spiritual Science we have begun again to
    • Religion and Science.
    • become void of science. Any one who will, can see that it is
    • so. And, that the science of to-day has become void of
    • science existed, once upon a time, which might well make the
    • in the age of a lost science. The first beginnings of a
    • science have been planted again in a new form, and they must
    • science during the last four centuries, can only justly be
    • when he tries to receive into his soul a macrocosmic science.
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