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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • form in which we observe it to-day, permeating all human
    • of night, they flee the light of day.
    • matters which we nowadays investigate in our chemical
    • openly. Not so what we to-day call Chemistry, Physics and
    • what's usually said to-day. Yet even ordinary outer history
    • nowadays would consist in certain psychological truths. In
    • the intellectual; to-day, as I said, it would be certain
    • truths, however, are only kept under lock and key nowadays by
    • described the general world-situation of to-day as proceeding
    • man to-day combines oxygen and hydrogen — well, he
    • are no longer intelligible at all to-day, save with the help of
    • nowadays quite commonly in our laboratories), — the
    • carried out to-day in our laboratories. They also had to be
    • changed, and greatly so. Mankind to-day is not exposed to
    • to-day with a like necessity, as the aforesaid Luciferic
    • in human nature. To-day (I am not merely referring to
    • to-day a great number of things are working in social life;
    • of physical science. Man to-day is acquainted with and makes
    • Luciferic force, so to-day (when they can no longer be held
    • even financial matters are being thought nowadays by people
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • reach with his ordinary, every-day intellect. Moreover, until
    • to-day to bring this fact home to his consciousness, so as to draw
    • spoke of them yesterday, with Spiritual Science such as it must be
    • of which we spoke yesterday, in the direction of harmful magic
    • which we spoke yesterday. It is simply an inner law of the Universe:
    • interpreted in the ordinary Churches of to-day — is
    • that is, at the time when — for us — the days are
    • that when the shortest days and the longest nights are with
    • schematic way, say, on the first Sunday in April. From the
    • action we perform, be it the most trivial and everyday.
    • the life between birth and death. Knowledge to-day can be
    • associative intellect? The Physical Science of to-day already
    • Science (Newtonian physics), as you will find it to-day in
    • Easter sense. Indeed, from the catastrophes of to-day the
    • these days, the ancient Wisdom only led up to a certain
    • middle epoch, — the fourth Post-Atlantean epoch. To-day
    • fully to our consciousness. And if we ask to-day. What
    • old. Alas! to this day it is an all-pervading impulse of
    • lips. Man to-day can only rightly develop his task as man if
    • passing throughout the world to-day.
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • Christian consciousness of to-day is still aware — or can,
    • was not pursued with the abstract calculations of to-day, but
    • starry heavens. Assume for a moment that a man is born to-day
    • in accordance with the cosmic constellation. Nowadays, this
    • calculated to make the civilisation of to-day blush for
    • to-day are not very prone to believe that there existed in
    • prejudice of to-day to suppose that everything is inherited
    • fixed stars in their movement have sped on exactly a day
    • ahead of the Sun — one day in 72 years.
    • fraught with meaning, though for the clever people of to-day,
    • day of stars. That is why the average — as I have often
    • generally known as Science nowadays, concerns itself with
    • itself with death. The Religion of to-day lacks any
    • Meanwhile the Science of to-day, which concerns itself
    • so. And, that the science of to-day has become void of
    • to-day; you will find mathematical and mechanical
    • scientist of to-day say? Here is the hen, and in the hen, the
    • people of to-day blush for shame. It has been lost and
    • ruined. We must be conscious that we are living to this day
    • prone to unite the man of to-day, in his soul, with the
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