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  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • peoples of Asia Minor. A sacred image was the central point of the
    • festival. It was an image of Adonis — Adonis as the spiritual
    • substance of the image with what the image represented. The ancient
    • human beings saw in the image the actual and present God — the
    • mourning, this image of the God was lowered into the waves of the sea,
    • near the sacred place of the Mysteries, so that the image of the God
    • deepest earnestness and stillness. After three days the image was
    • on Earth the earthly eye is turned to the image of death — for
    • Mysteries is an image of what takes place in spiritual worlds, in the
    • Cosmos. Sacred cult is itself an image of what is enacted in the
    • were true images of what man experiences in the wide spaces of the
    • the Initiates. Men no longer need an image that is immersed and
    • or image of the God — was lifted out again, the true believer
    • beheld the image of the human soul a few days after death. “What
    • soul in the image of the resurrected God of youthful strength and
    • order that the memory, unassisted by any image — the inward
  • Title: Lecture: The Moon-secret Spring and Autumn mysteries
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    • In the ancient Mysteries they used this image: When the forces of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
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    • the image of the Goddess they had a feeling, a sensation which grew

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