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- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
- period. But the prevailing consciousness of the time, during
- the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
- — the mere aftermath of the conscious deception which
- consciousness commonly remains behind, — does not
- consciousness of all educated people. And it was under the
- general consciousness of the public.
- our consciousness at the present moment of evolution, and,
- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
- 18th century a clear and distinct consciousness of the fact
- the end of the 18th century there was a consciousness of the
- we still find a consciousness of ancient truths of the
- consciousness of the 18th century. In Dupuis, on the other
- to-day to bring this fact home to his consciousness, so as to draw
- fully to our consciousness. And if we ask to-day. What
- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
- Christian consciousness of to-day is still aware — or can,
- home to the consciousness of men. It was, however, a very
- different consciousness from what has remained to us in this
- They were clearly conscious of the fact that when a man gives
- consciousness of the invisible or super-sensible Man —
- saw in the starry sky; for the old atavistic consciousness
- Universe. This consciousness was thoroughly aware of the
- consciousness, needless to say, has been lost. It must be
- super-sensible Man and to the conscious experience of him,
- ruined. We must be conscious that we are living to this day
- this consciousness of the macrocosmic connections of Man and
- time is far remote from such a consciousness. In this
- The conscious man, no doubt, has fallen out of the habit of
- prayer; but the unconscious man prays to the idols of the
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