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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • referred to the fact that in the 18th century there still
    • common folk, they clothed these facts of astronomy in myths,
    • Dupuis, the Mysteries were so many lie-factories, instituted
    • other than facts of Astronomy, welded together and
    • fact is nothing else, than that Dupuis had pointed out to
    • preserved as esoteric were the facts they knew about certain
    • facts which has been so gloriously discovered in our
    • External history is of course unaware of this fact; indeed,
    • it is ignorant of some of the actual facts connected with
    • had least of all any idea of the true facts of human
    • human nature. I refer to the following fact. The thoughts
    • perceive from one definite fact, namely this: — When
    • above all, for the fact that before their passage through the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • 18th century a clear and distinct consciousness of the fact
    • fact that it is necessary, somehow to bring the human soul
    • or otherwise inadequate methods. It was in fact the task of
    • to-day to bring this fact home to his consciousness, so as to draw
    • fact that the union of certain feelings with the material knowledge
    • social life; not to our personal Karma. If I manufacture a
    • a stream by itself. But I manufacture the shoes for another
    • expresses a certain cosmic fact — a fact we cannot
    • often been made in one form or another. It is in fact the
    • so on. Precisely this fact is indicated, in that the time
    • forces in the soul whereby the fact of the Immaculate
    • Science, is to have developed the olfactory nerves, as man,
    • Physical Science bears witness to this fact. You may convince
    • anatomical facts. Unhappily, the transmuted olfactory sense,
    • had healthy human feeling of this fact was Goethe. Goethe
    • constructions on the facts perceived with the senses. He
    • wanted to have the sense-perceived facts simply described
    • be mindful of this fact. Then, too, we shall interpret truly
    • the important fact, that in our time we must not seek in a
    • spiritual facts.
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • They were clearly conscious of the fact that when a man gives
    • not regard it as a mere outer fact, to be summed-up as we are
    • we find a clear awareness of the fact that the Zodiac is not
    • fact. They studied Man in his whole being, in his attunement
    • important thing is not the mere fact that the Wise Men of
    • strange thing to say; but the mere fact that Religion still
    • in the stars. But in real fact there is a mutual interplay
    • mere notification of facts, — becomes a science of mere

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