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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • presentable. The liberal Philistines dressed him up as a
    • exoteric truths were represented. What then was esoteric,
    • represented in matters of religion they expounded quite
    • present — the 5th post-Atlantean epoch — it is in
    • our consciousness at the present moment of evolution, and,
    • for the well-being of this present evolution, it
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • as ever-present, is precisely that Christian spirit which can
    • century. I myself have often been present at discussions,
    • period of time, representing as it does the time, required
    • The Church in reality represents the Virgin Mary. This being
    • which represents it: the human word, human speech or
    • you have expressed earthly representation of the Trinity. The
    • representatives).
    • representative of Wisdom. Thereby alone, we begin even in the
    • the requirements of the present time, and out of these
    • only represent the most appalling untruthfulness and perfidy,
    • sound: the more full of pain and suffering this present is,
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • at least, still be aware — of two poles, representing as
    • Christmas secret is really the secret of birth; it represents
    • represented for example by the Zodiac, — that is to
    • Zodiac which represents it. It was said, of old time: When a
    • which represent, as it were, the mobile element in man,
    • who seem to represent Religion — though in reality,
    • representatives of the religious faiths, are most annoyed
    • present in the physical world. Inasmuch as we have pointed to
    • great and so far-reaching that this present time could blush
    • representatives of Christianity bring forward this idea:
    • the idols of the present. As to the idols of the present...
    • present all the more fervently. For in the eyes of him who

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