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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Erreurs et de la Vérité, he speaks among other
    • Man. Looking backward as it were, he speaks of a deeply
    • it was possible for them to speak of such things, the
    • important work, whereby the death-blow, so to speak, was
    • had to be preserved, so to speak, from any immediate
    • those Luciferic elemental spirits of whom we may speak in
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • to speak — a Christmas character. This, as I said,
    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
    • one on the first page of which [in German- speaking
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • evolution. The Roman Catholic Church will, speak, for
    • express is the inspiring Spirit. Every time you speak
    • no matter how profane the impulse of your speaking is —
    • the nose. It is, so to speak, to be well “on the
    • suffered the Fall, so to speak, whereby it is now a mere
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • speaks to man at night-time when the star-lit sky sends him
    • were speaking through their constellations, — they did
    • broadly speaking, they only want to “guard their pounds
    • when you speak of the pre-existence of the soul, that is, of
    • say, I have been speaking of all this only in the briefest

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