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Et Incarnatus Est

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Et Incarnatus Est

The Time Cycle of Historic Events

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Et Incarnatus Est

Rudolf Steiner Archive Document

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The duration of the life of Christ became a rhythmic cycle for humankind itself. In our lives it begins with Christmas each year and completes itself at Easter 33 years later. Steiner explores these cycles of historic events, showing how seeds planted during the twelve nights of Christmas bear their fruit lawfully.

By Rudolf Steiner

The translator is unknown
Bn 180.1; GA 180

The duration of the life of Christ became a rhythmic cycle for humankind itself. In our lives it begins with Christmas each year and completes itself at Easter 33 years later. Steiner explores these cycles of historic events, showing how seeds planted during the twelve nights of Christmas bear their fruit lawfully.

The very first lecture in a group of sixteen lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Basel, in the Christmas Season of 1917. The lecture series is entitled, Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse, published in German as, Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung. Geistige Wesen und ihre Wirkungen. Band IV.

This lecture series is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From Bn 180, GA 180.

Copyright © 1983
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Lecture: Et Incarnatus Est: The Time Cycle of Historic Events December 23, 1917
 
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