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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • on the part of mankind as a whole, before man ever entered
    • and on his return, he played no little part in the
    • He belonged, as a rule, to the moderate parties. We must
    • — play their part in the dreams of men.
    • were known. Only, as forming part of physical science, they
    • it. Man himself partook in the process. Laboratory
    • engendered, would have played their part in the social life
    • Therefore the spiritual counterpart of such knowledge was
    • fertilised by that which proceeds from a partial
    • part, humanity to-day has not an inkling of what it means to
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • notably on the part of astronomers, where it was advocated
    • ramparts of a spiritual view of the world, — on the
    • part of his nature. Man is exceedingly proud of his brain,
    • good metamorphosis of that part of the brain which, in the
    • transmuted organ of smell. For it is so indeed: The one part
    • point out to you, how — quite apart from the prevailing
  • 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
    • invisible part; they are the two gateways to the invisible
    • man is born with that part of his being which corresponds to
    • this particular constellation to the Sun. If he were born at
    • just as our little finger now feels itself to be part and
    • particulate example. Dupuis, as I said, considered the

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