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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Claude de Saint Martin had a few disciples, it is true,
    • had least of all any idea of the true facts of human
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • Efforts were made, it is true, from one side and another, to
    • inevitably calls forth forces which are contrary to the true weal of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha in the true light, if we recognise in
    • that the Earth has its true waking season; then it is that
    • recognise, as a true Science of the Heavens, what modern
    • Science is and what it can be. It is quite true: a man who
    • of this. That is quite true, and for the 19th century it was
    • notably of the frontal portions. For a true Science, however,
    • Theory in Goethe's sense, — that is the true
    • requirements we shall derive the true and the right impulses.
    • we have the task of understanding man, by a true grasp of
    • be genuine and true, — not only trying to ponder on the
    • But it is necessary to see things in their true form and
    • taking seriously things which if seen in their true light can
    • develop the Christmas thoughts which will become the true
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • circle to its circumference. It is a true correspondence to a
    • different means, it is true — but a true science none
    • And it is perfectly true the human head is formed by the
    • which is true Mysticism.
    • for the true inner Man, who can only be found within us by
    • true Spiritual Science, it can never feed men with mere
    • this in all earnestness. Yet the converse is also true.

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