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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • above all, into the Spiritual World, which we find here and
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • became so utterly materialistic, find the most characteristic
    • that the material process which finds expression in the
    • Cultes, we find for example the following sentence:
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • we still find a consciousness of ancient truths of the
    • — you always find the inscription ‘Mit
    • or family affairs), — he will not easily find the way
    • but we also look for the Son who is born of her, who finds
    • Science (Newtonian physics), as you will find it to-day in
    • result, — if only humanity finds ways and means to
    • ours stands most in need of the poet's word not finding
    • said that “a great Time finds but it small and petty
    • must find the men who can think greatly. But they will not be
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • and in the most varied regions of the Earth, we find
    • finding one another once more. In ancient times they
    • we find a clear awareness of the fact that the Zodiac is not
    • that is to say, if, taking our start from birth, we find our
    • we shall only find it in its new form if we are able once
    • to-day; you will find mathematical and mechanical
    • can in no way apply to man what the modern astronomer finds
    • uprightly and honestly, and you will probably find still less
    • still be necessary for poor mankind of to-day to find its



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