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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
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    • Byron.
    • Valentin Andreae. Geometry teacher. Lord Byron. The Palladium ...
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
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    • in the life of Lord Byron. And at that same time I got to know
    • some Byron enthusiasts. One of them was the poetess, Marie Eugenie
    • During a certain period of her life she was a Byron enthusiast. Then
    • and inspired article on Lord Byron, I introduced him to my other
    • Byron enthusiast, Marie Eugenie delle Grazie. And now began a wildly
    • excited discussion on Byron. The two were really quite in agreement,
    • silent. And the two who were thus conversing about Byron were sitting
    • they had been saying about Byron had made a strong impression upon
    • connections might be in the case of Byron. It was, of course, not so
    • Byron, who was, as you know, club-footed. And from that I went on to
    • peculiarity came to view both in the case of Byron and of my teacher,
    • totally different from one another, Byron, the poet of genius, who in
    • enabled me to consider the problems of Byron and my geometry teacher
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • of whom I spoke yesterday, Lord Byron and my geometry teacher. (You
    • when their lives ran together. I would never have found Byron in this
    • side. Byron was a genius. My geometry teacher was not even a genius
    • in vision, this personality is found directly by the side of Byron,
    • in the head, manifested in Lord Byron in his being somewhat like
    • Achilles who was vulnerable in the heel, for Byron had a defect in
    • now in Lord Byron — I have mentioned the other man only because
    • I should not have been able to get at the truth about Lord Byron if
    • he had not put me on the track — in Lord Byron you can truly

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