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- Title: Introductory Remarks: The Easter Festival in relation to the Mysteries
- may be called anthroposophical history, told as an outcome
- Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
- so radically the transitory nature of all earthly things, the dying
- process and the fact of death — this Autumn time was to call forth
- symbolically resurrected from the sea. Henceforth they shall have the
- Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
- the founding of Christianity. These are the epochs which I called in my
- so that one might call this development continuous. But in the
- called the Moon-birth. And when in the further course of evolution
- liberation by) the Sun forces was lost. What we today call the forces
- the organ of smell, and so forth all these together were called
- We may draw it diagrammatically. Here is the head. Man looks outward.
- to him that only now could he learn to know what we today should call
- on the other hand, was thus instructed in what was called the first
- learned to know the Temple Grove of man permeated physically by
- called upon to recollect it. But houses are not built in the spiritual
- that which the Sun forces spiritually give to man was called
- was called a Christopher, or Christophorus. For he felt himself
- Festival when we call this ancient sacred history to life again.
- Title: Lecture: The Moon-secret Spring and Autumn mysteries
- so-called secret of the Moon.
- of man to the great universe has to do with what we may call the
- when it withdraws entirely from our external vision, the time we call
- knowledge to cosmic knowledge, we may indeed recognise what I may call
- Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
- who is exoterically known as Diana or Artemis, the Goddess of Ephesus,
- clearness in these Ephesian Mysteries, an instruction, if I may call
- He knew that this J O A calls to life his I and
- to be calculated mechanically, mathematically, namely when they become
- Categories, as they call them, are introduced. We learn them off by
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