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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
    • represented in matters of religion they expounded quite
    • certain matters quite esoteric. The ‘esoteric’
    • received quite special forces when he reached the age of 14
    • nowadays quite commonly in our laboratories), — the
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • astronomers can calculate with their quite abstract
    • Science is and what it can be. It is quite true: a man who
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
    • of this. That is quite true, and for the 19th century it was
    • or “nose,” of our scholars is not yet quite
    • lines, Goethe demanded quite another trend of Physical
    • scientific research what is indeed quite justified in
    • physical world it is quite justified. This physical intellect
    • 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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    • something quite different is meant by ‘the
    • Taurus, it signified something quite different than if it
    • relation — a quite individual relation — to the
    • quite especially determined by his inner system of fixed
    • something quite peculiar in this correspondence of the human
    • The most remarkable is quite another thing. It was by no
    • Religion, is still more obvious. Quite unconnectedly, the two

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