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  • Title: Three Streams: A Note on Jund&
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    • on the road to Dizful, lie the ruins now called Shahabad, which mark
  • Title: Three Streams: Publisher's Note
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    • what may be called ‘anthroposophical history,’ told as an
  • Title: Three Streams: The Epistle of Barnabas
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    • and make your bed of ashes, not even so shall ye call a fast that
    • that are called, we should slumber over our sins, and the prince
    • many are called but few are chosen.
    • who that He might show that He came not to call the righteous
    • called Rachia, the same whereof we are wont to eat the shoots when we
    • kings. See how David calleth Him Lord, and calleth Him not Son.
    • saith the prophet; I the Lord thy God called thee in righteousness,
    • faith, the calling of his promise, the wisdom of the ordinances,
    • to fear the God who is over both of you; for He came not to call
    • with respect of persons, but to call those whom the Spirit hath
    • remembrance of good, call me to mind when ye practice these
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • accustomed to call his physical body; beyond this is the etheric body
    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • called our ordinary consciousness, which alternates between the
    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • we call pre-earthly — you know about this evolution from my
    • lower members of man's nature (let us call them that) as they
    • to stand vertically. Now a great deal in the whole being of man is
    • forces we call the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic, the Luciferic working
    • type of being we call Luciferic, and those of the type of being we
    • call Ahrimanic. Our task now is to go into these things from yet
    • not far wrong in calling Ahriman a “prowling lion seeking whom
    • other Spirits whom we call Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, using old
    • also call Primal Forces and those we call Spirits of Form. Besides
    • ask you to call to mind what I added — not for your comfort but
    • followed its original pattern, I set what I have called the realm
    • their life between space and the spaceless, they call spatial forms
    • he calls forth the semblance that leads us by the nose in the same way
    • ready-made ideas about the phenomenon of death than to call it the
    • in a grotesque way to-day by many so-called scientists — we can
    • truth, what can be called death is different in plants, different in
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • strongly, he calls up Ahriman in the subconscious. Thus, if in our
    • of Golgotha and manifests historically in the evolution of the
    • Nietzsche has called the “tragic age,” we are looking
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • Golgotha: that historically, by way of history founded on external
    • that no external account of this event can be called historical
    • be inspired on earth by the Venus wisdom, if I may so call it, which
    • recognition of the character of wisdom which many so-called spiritual
    • scientists, especially those who foregather in so-called secret
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • I made two observations drawn from the science that we must call the
    • remnants of atavistically clairvoyant wisdom.
    • Tertullian that has been held, often dogmatically, right up to
    • often called reality — and although in the opinion of people versed
    • belongs to the world!” Tertullian does not call on the
    • surroundings perceives the demonically supersensible. But at the same
    • outlooks appeared most typically among the leading peoples and
    • light, but seeing them as a physically perceptible fact in a
    • of spiritual immortality — even when called by some other name
    • — was the Luciferic world. What people call something is
    • quite scientifically and very cleverly. Go through these
    • Scientifically, this opinion is quite in order, but the conclusion
    • scientifically in order to believe that birth and death belong to the
    • someone might call Tertullian as witness for the Crown and
    • conditions experienced at the present time, has been called the
    • himself. Otherwise its meaning is no different from what people call
    • “understanding.” What people themselves call
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • shall be taken not merely theoretically and in the abstract but with
    • to hear the sermon, or from being what is called religious, pious.
    • eighties, was called
    • Wahle might be called a spokesman of the men of to-day; in fact we could
    • studying symptomatically the development of history, we find this to
    • not be conceived — into what situation the so-called civilised
    • pedantically; take them as a challenge to real activity — but
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • us briefly recall this. I was trying to show that a certain state of
    • men are intended to enter upon the development of what we call
    • and events that we may call divine gifts for the blessing of mankind,
    • self-discipline what may be called the free human personality, a real
    • course history would have taken for so-called civilised mankind if
    • hypothetically, a certain intention could have gone into
    • would have arisen, but materialistically thinking men, men entirely
    • Jundí Sábúr, to take from it the strong Ahrimanically
    • described them from a certain point of view but we will call them up
    • — I might even call it cowardice. For what would happen if he
    • scientifically; the useful thing is to discover how far they are
    • we meet the spiritual. In other words, all searching for so-called
    • blossoms are ordered rhythmically, everything is rhythmically ordered.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • historically. Let us keep clearly before us the relevant situation in
    • of Southern Europe — that typically scientific mood which still
    • never taken place? This can indeed be studied, even historically
    • — of this no understanding is called forth, intentionally from
    • flooded the Western world as so-called Roman law. This Roman law
    • carried into what has remained — physically blunted — of
    • out. If the phrase is not misunderstood, one can call it the
    • what the Romans felt prior to the Augustan age, as the physically
    • comfortable attitude that refuses to call forth out of the soul's
    • record what is perceived physically —
    • there is no need to call upon any activity of the soul. This is the
    • it were judged critically by former standards, it would certainly not
    • once said, and this was truly not said rhetorically, but out of the
    • together of words without substance. Call it a League of Nations,
    • call it what you will, it is all a wallowing in mere rhetoric. This

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