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Searching Supersensible Influences in the History of Mankind

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  • Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Lecture VI: Spiritual InFluence in History, -or- Pope Nicholas I
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    • Pope Nicholas I and the Spiritual Life of Europe
    • the reign of Pope Nicholas I, approximately in the middle of the ninth
    • century, between the years 858 and 867. Before his inner eye, Nicholas
    • of Pope Nicholas I in the ninth century. The whole tendency in Rome was
    • assuredly the most awe-inspiring question before Nicholas I, for he
    • world-history before the soul of Nicholas I was this. All the knowledge
    • weighed upon the soul of Nicholas I. What will happen if too much of
    • Nicholas I — this is useless for the people of Europe. Nicholas I
    • Pope Nicholas I, the farther one looked to the East, the more clearly
    • from ninth-century Rome, in the days of Nicholas I, there arose the
    • picture of the one influence — of which Nicholas I and his
    • Looking from the Rome of Pope Nicholas I towards the West, danger
    • what was being said at the Papal Court of Nicholas I. What, then, must
    • at the time of Pope Nicholas I, this was considered to be full of
    • Nicholas I, this too was considered unsuitable for Europe. It was
    • Nicholas I. And at this he laboured. The outcome of it all was the
    • the ninth century, at the time of Pope Nicholas I. In the West,
    • — actually brought into being by Nicholas I but previously
    • ninth century, from the days of Pope Nicholas I, to the eleventh
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