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- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
- things of a certain event in earthly evolution — an
- connection of which with the evolution of humanity differs
- considerable distance. When the Revolution broke out, he was
- 1780's. Leaving Paris when the Revolution broke out, he was
- Labours and the Sun's revolution through the twelve Signs of
- you, namely that man really dreams historic evolution. Then
- connected with the evolution of mankind. As I have often
- pointed out, humanity has indeed undergone an evolution,
- reality, the greatest transition-time of all Earth-evolution.
- evolution. The men of that time had not the vaguest notion.
- our consciousness at the present moment of evolution, and,
- for the well-being of this present evolution, it
- Christ-force entered the evolution of mankind. ‘In
- are intimately connected with the evolution of mankind. The
- evolution of mankind is calling out to be recognized in its
- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
- in World-evolution was more and more exterminated, I tried to
- sense, the whole of the evolution of the 19th century —
- more into things utterly contrary to the wholesome evolution
- evolution, namely this: That which is done in a given year,
- historic evolution for 66 years more. Thus the intensity of
- the successive Christmas impulses in historic evolution are
- evolution. The Roman Catholic Church will, speak, for
- really become in the course of evolution, namely, the Church;
- in their subsequent evolution, the organs of man took on a
- very opposite, the greatest things of human evolution, can
- Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
- can be found in man himself, the evolution of man, is
- connected with that in the macrocosm to which man's evolution
- belongs. Definite stages in the evolution of man are
- to look into the course of evolution in this respect. A
- lost. We must remember that in the evolution of humanity the
- such things, we can learn that evolution, so-called, is by no
- sees through the evolution of the world, the Woodrow Wilsons
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