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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • translation by G. Kaufmann, edited by H. Collison.
    • form in which we observe it to-day, permeating all human
    • epoch of humanity, we must also include one that was, in a
    • humanity finally lost the last vestiges of an understanding
    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • Man. Looking backward as it were, he speaks of a deeply
    • on the part of mankind as a whole, before man ever entered
    • physical world of humanity, into the purely spiritual. Thus
    • connection of which with the evolution of humanity differs
    • of those impulses, whereby the humanity of the 19th century
    • humanity. Thus, in the 19th century, only a very few people
    • — only a very few human souls — knew anything of
    • impressed on nearly all human activities. I mean, what we
    • interesting. We must not forget that he was a man of genius.
    • from him to many other souls; but it is still more important
    • who lived once upon a time; whom man should emulate, with
    • whom he should associate his labours. In like manner, other
    • human progress, human fertilisation, and so on. The priests
    • Dupuis, the Mysteries were so many lie-factories, instituted
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • translation by G. Kaufmann, edited by H. Collison.
    • things sensible — behind those entities which man can
    • fact that it is necessary, somehow to bring the human soul
    • deceit; and that no man is truly enlightened unless he does
    • introduce some kind of connection between the human soul and
    • ideals and feelings, and impulses of will. It is for the man of
    • above all, the task to protect mankind from using certain forces,
    • spiritual Wisdom in modern time to draw the attention of mankind to the
    • man, — just as those other forces were, in another sense, of
    • thoughts that are applied to all these things, and that must be applied in like manner
    • all the Earth over, are united in human souls with a mentality and
    • financial affairs and so forth, the Ahrimanic elemental beings are produced.
    • Moreover, these elementals of an Ahrimanic kind will necessarily
    • drive man more and
    • of the last three civilisation-epochs which the human race
    • I have recently pointed out. Whatever a man undertakes
    • working of mankind, is subject to a certain law of historic
    • when, as a thought, it springs forth from man, has — so
    • social life; not to our personal Karma. If I manufacture a
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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • translation by G. Kaufmann, edited by H. Collison.
    • and death are the two boundaries of human life, as it runs
    • say: over against what stands before man as the visible part
    • understand. It is essentially Man himself — the
    • super-sensible Man who underlies the human being of the
    • It is a symbol of the super-sensible Man. It is that which
    • super-sensible Man — perceptible, however, to an old
    • super-sensible Man who underlies the man of the sense-world
    • — the super-sensible Man who passes through birth to
    • speaks to man at night-time when the star-lit sky sends him
    • with an atavistic clairvoyant power. Man did not merely
    • human death is connected with what is thus spoken to man by
    • They were clearly conscious of the fact that when a man gives
    • lives in that element which receives the human being when he
    • consciousness of the invisible or super-sensible Man
    • regarded the starry constellations as a Question, and human
    • associated with the super-sensible Man, so was death
    • ones which really underlie all that humanity possessed by way
    • earliest times man had an exact super-sensible vision of the
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