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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Saint Martin, whose ideas gained influence in wide circles
    • against the things Dupuis discovered with such genius when he
    • Over against
    • the people in general gain access to it.
    • I mean, over against the higher spiritual Powers) to keep
    • mankind. Yet this very truth is beating against the doors of
    • must gain entry. The powers most hostile to human
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • be gained through anthroposophical Spiritual Science. But
    • again in the next year, others the year after, and so on. Now
    • raise the question: How shall man gain any idea, how
    • he gain any conception at all, as to whether his impulses are
    • human soul again and again with Knowledge, which — as
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
    • research into Nature. Goethe comes hack to this point again
    • and again. The thing that he wished to have expunged was
    • sequel to this “Fall into sin.” Again and again
    • many of our friends, it is only to point out again and again
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • say: over against what stands before man as the visible part
    • Only, here again we must remember that the ancient Astrology
    • regained by mankind in course of the 5th post-Atlantean
    • remaining behind as against the movement of the fixed stars.
    • must he transcended. For on the one hand we must seek again
    • again to bring into direct relation to the Macrocosm what is
    • our anthroposophical Spiritual Science we have begun again to
    • derived, and from the hen an egg again, and thence again a
    • science have been planted again in a new form, and they must
    • against him. He did not succeed. Humanity to-day ought to be
    • happen. To-day, again and again — wherever they have
    • again along the paths of the Spirit.
    • of the moment does indeed require it again and again. —

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