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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • radically it differs from all that our own time, for example,
    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • significant cosmic transgression — if we may call it so
    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • — In antiquity there were certain persons, so-called
    • constellations, and to describe the so-called
    • above — even where they are not radically expressed
    • openly. Not so what we to-day call Chemistry, Physics and
    • Science was in its swaddling-clothes; there was practically
    • what we may call physical science? The reason is deeply
    • too easily have become what is called ‘black
    • people, not only the so-called educated people), —
    • mechanically, the whole world over. Once more, I am not
    • nonsense, and call it Woodrow Wilson. Not only what I have
    • evolution of mankind is calling out to be recognized in its
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • inevitably calls forth forces which are contrary to the true weal of
    • significant way. Christmas is a so-called immovable Feast,
    • that which we may call the intellect of the Earth is most
    • celestial Festival. Materialistically minded people, as I
    • may he. Thus, even this mobility of Easter calls our
    • ordinary life; he wanted it radically expunged from our
    • in that which we may call Goetheanism. I simply wanted to
    • culture, so-called — even in the 19th century the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • the profane world calls the Sacred Fire; ‘Sacred
    • Sacred Fire (or, as we might also call it, the Sacred
    • associated with the constellations. Hence we may truly call
    • Asia, especially among the so-called Iranian peoples and
    • on, Man bears microcosmically within him the several regions
    • ancient astronomers (or you may call them astrologers, if you
    • and talents” — those who call themselves official
    • stand side by side in the so-called civilisation of our time.
    • such things, we can learn that evolution, so-called, is by no
    • the opportunity — the so-called official



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