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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • the ingredients that have entered into the spiritual life of
    • physical world of humanity, into the purely spiritual. Thus
    • above all, into the Spiritual World, which we find here and
    • there were any other spiritual Powers here at work, they were
    • Spiritual’ as so much ‘eye-wash’
    • But these thoughts were contained in the spiritual
    • spirit-level — in short, all that is mechanical,
    • spirit-level, the plumb-line and so forth. In other respects
    • spiritual.
    • I mean, over against the higher spiritual Powers) to keep
    • Spiritual Science. For in these olden times, the moment a man
    • Therefore the spiritual counterpart of such knowledge was
    • those Luciferic elemental spirits of whom we may speak in
    • elementals. Ahrimanic elemental spirits come into being
    • Ahrimanic elemental spirits come into being in our
    • spread of spiritual knowledge, — for spiritual
    • behind the barriers of the Mysteries. To-day, Spiritual
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • to a spiritual way of seeing things.
    • spoke of them yesterday, with Spiritual Science such as it must be
    • spiritual Wisdom in modern time to draw the attention of mankind to the
    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • as ever-present, is precisely that Christian spirit which can
    • be gained through anthroposophical Spiritual Science. But
    • Earth in reality is a mighty spiritual organism. We live not
    • live within the mighty spiritual organism, Earth. This
    • spiritual organism has, in a certain sense, an ascending and
    • events beyond the Earth; it is, as it were, a spiritual, if
    • accordance with the spirit of the New Testament. But in the
    • ramparts of a spiritual view of the world, — on the
    • earnestly into Spiritual Science, — into what Spiritual
    • Yet this is precisely the mission of Spiritual Science: to
    • of view Spiritual Science is indeed in sharpest opposition to
    • the ideal of the 19th century. Spiritual Science must
    • Spirit, even as the 19th century emphasised the turning of
    • the human soul away from the Spirit. And as I have already
    • nonsense to the natural-scientific age. Spiritual Science, on
    • but it will not be prepared to look for those spiritual
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • descends through birth from spiritual heights to grow and
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind,
    • our anthroposophical Spiritual Science we have begun again to
    • of the Spirit likewise. Man unites himself with the macrocosm
    • hand. For there exists a certain spirit which has preserved
    • again along the paths of the Spirit.
    • this domain, Spiritual Science is no less important as an
    • true Spiritual Science, it can never feed men with mere
    • not talk of the Spirit if you hold fast to the mere words for
    • the Spirit, to-day, is nowhere contained in the words. I mean
    • Namely, in compensation for this, the Spiritual Science of
    • “thing” of Spiritual Science is the Spirit itself
    • — this means to go beyond the words to the Spirit. This
    • knows the Spirit, many an idol of the past is worth more than
    • as I have made just now. It is essential to Spiritual Science

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