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  • Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Lecture VI: Spiritual InFluence in History, -or- Pope Nicholas I
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    • continued to this day. I refer to the Crusades which began in the
    • enterprises and institutions that developed out of the Crusades.
    • life during the time of the Crusades. We hear, too, of Orders like that
    • spiritual life, and thus sprang from the spirit pervading the Crusades,
    • of the external course of history, we know how the Crusades originated.
    • Crusades — a mood which had been present for a long time,
    • Bouillon in the first real Crusade, succeeded in liberating Jerusalem,
    • valour, set out upon these journeys to the East, these seven Crusades,
    • swept across Europe, especially at the beginning of the Crusades? Once
    • interests of a different sort crept in, from the fourth Crusade
    • Nevertheless the beginning of the Crusades is an historical event of
    • Europe when that noble company of knights set out on the first Crusade,
    • about the birth of the Crusades, and we cannot help asking ourselves:
    • the Crusades?
    • Crusades proceeded steadily increasing in strength, there mingled with
    • something about the Crusades not fully to be explained by later
    • Crusades cannot be understood by those who look only at what happened
    • longer here, seek Him elsewhere, so, too, it was said to the Crusaders:



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