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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • important work, whereby the death-blow, so to speak, was
    • the great thankfulness of the human being after death, for
    • Gate of Death they had been saved from contact with these
    • human soul between death and new birth, knows how thankful
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • the life between birth and death. Knowledge to-day can be
    • those human souls who are in the realms between death and a
    • aspects through which human beings have to live between death
    • death and a new birth were far remote from the Philistine
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • connected with the secret of death, inasmuch as it is a
    • festival associated with the death of Christ Jesus. Now birth
    • and death are the two boundaries of human life, as it runs
    • of his being, birth and death veil from his sight the
    • birth or with the secret of death, Not that it lies so
    • which belongs to the secret of death. While the former is
    • human death is connected with what is thus spoken to man by
    • passes through the Gate of Death.
    • death as the real answer thereto. (Even as birth was
    • associated with the super-sensible Man, so was death
    • the Mysteries of Death. And we may add: those Mysteries which
    • Therefore especially the Mystery of death, the Easter
    • of death, the Easter Mystery, the Mystery of the
    • super-sensible Man on the side of death.
    • itself with death. The Religion of to-day lacks any
    • death. It is to this latter side that the Religions have

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