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  • Title: True/False Paths: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Contents
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Complete Edition
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  • Title: True/False Paths: List of Literature
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Publisher's Note
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Synopses of Contents
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    • from the slain Tiamat. In the course of time the vision of the
    • ‘second’ man arises. He has emerged from Space into Time.
    • times it was customary to induce other states of consciousness by
    • preserved in the Mysteries in the time of Homer were gradually lost
    • Modern education tends to bind us closely to them. In ancient times
    • times man was naturally possessed of spiritual vision. He perceived
    • times the Mysteries were associated with medicine. This approach must
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • to which we owe the magnificent achievements of modern times, are
    • times with insight derived from the spiritual world.
    • is operative at all times and actively permeates the physical at some
    • undefined time or place.
    • earliest times when men were nearer to the spirit than they are
    • the first green shoots emerge in springtime; they blossom in summer
    • period of time and thus would bear new growing-points on their stems.
    • inner being, whereas all the transient phenomena of space and time
    • unaccountable presentiments from dark corners of the soul,
    • as the ordinary spiritualists sometimes do, then he is subject
    • men, and many others since the time of Giordano Bruno, spared no
    • how much we have learned in recent times about the functions of the
    • level of understanding, but at the same time it was enriched by
    • something that lay nearer to man. But in the course of time Tiamat
    • form in which the men of ancient times pictured whatsoever came to
    • ancient times, only the sages dared undertake or were permitted to
    • Initiate-teachers and their pupils had acquired. Then came the time
    • Then, in the course of time, insight into the spiritual worlds, the
    • to anticipate the time when we shall again be in a position to accept
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • not coincident in time, correspond approximately with the
    • the present time, however, this correspondence has been interrupted
    • that we are awake during the daytime or for a corresponding period
    • a day every four years. Thus, over relatively long periods of time we
    • As I mentioned yesterday, their daytime experience was not as clear
    • example, not as we see him now, for that was rare at that time, but
    • Chaldean times, though not in later periods. By day the old Chaldeans
    • here, he would not see anything of you at all. In olden times this
    • conditions by day and by night was not so marked in those times as it
    • the sunlight during the daytime and its absence at night. They saw
    • deep impression was made upon them in those early times when they
    • so with the ancient Chaldeans. At that time children were still
    • times. I use the term prosaic advisedly, for to concentrate on the
    • course of time they reached the state of consciousness when
    • man of ancient times was above such things). The typical man of today
    • have done in the daytime. We become aware of it through a symbolic
    • familiar clear or cloudy daytime sky. We are not aware of any
    • spread out before us in the daytime and that we wait through a
    • look up at the glittering stars: Yes, in the daytime the rich hues of
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • levels of consciousness. At the same time I indicated that the
    • level of consciousness and there for the first time learn the truth
    • uncertainty vanishes; but after a time a strange sensation overtakes
    • as a stabilizing factor. For the first time we begin to understand
    • at one and the same time eyes and ears together. He resembles a sense
    • snake can slough its skin, so it is possible for a short time
    • soul through the gate of death. The time taken to recapitulate our
    • came a moment of time when beings came over from the Moon and brought
    • favour of philosophy and stayed for a time in the monastery at
    • meantime the real person who had changed his rôle from monk to
    • short time. But in that short space of time much can be
    • leads us back into the world of time. We travel through time; when we
    • attain this fifth level of consciousness we share the same time-scale
    • time.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • time.
    • later, perhaps, these people make a start. Then, after a time, the
    • revived. But they overlook the fact that in ancient times the whole
    • rose from without, so the men of ancient times were aware that
    • general practice of the time — he was directed to perform
    • physical constitution of man in those times and that of today. Then
    • ancient times and was still frequently practised in the Middle
    • present time the only valid method is for man to have an inner
    • his time dissecting corpses. Recently a scientific congress raised a
    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • time and the close relationship that used to exist between the
    • made in recent times in the knowledge of thermo- and electro-dynamics
    • considerably fewer at that time — whom we should describe
    • still fortunate enough at that time to be associated with Initiates,
    • knowledge that was prevalent at the time.
    • those ancient times for their pupils; but they were only phantom
    • sages of former times once possessed. Nature, in their eyes, was a
    • time, they felt that the ancients had experienced this knowledge in a
    • different way and that in the course of time it had gradually been
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • time, though related to some extent to the normal scientific
    • time, this world reveals a peculiar characteristic. When we
    • illustrate my point. A man is born at a certain point in time. If, at
    • a new reality that is not merely nebulous, but is at the same time
    • At all times
    • Greek with the typical outlook of his time were to be born today and
    • form a true estimate of the impressions received by men of olden time
    • same time necessary relationship that exists between the
    • it is some time before the effects are registered — he
    • time a spiritual element within his blood; and that in this warmth
    • limitations for a time. And when we can see the earlier lives
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • dynamic world of creative imagination, but at the same time have firm
    • world, we realize at the same time that, in order to acquire
    • dreamlike state. Then for the first time we begin to understand what
    • times in the history of humanity it was an accepted practice to
    • according to the epoch. When we look back to ancient Chaldean times,
    • times the astral body and Ego, even in waking consciousness, were
    • the Mysteries. But it was only in the far distant times of the
    • ancient times was more dependent upon his natural endowments when he
    • Initiation we see into Time. One has the impression that the passage
    • of Time is spatial. Now we see ourselves at the age of thirty-seven.
    • on, back to the time of our birth. In retrospect we see a uniform
    • period from birth to the age of seven approximately, the time of the
    • perceive them through spiritual eyes and ears. At one time we see
    • we must enter into another kind of consciousness and sometimes that
    • takes a considerable time. When we have attained this consciousness
    • manhood to maturity. In ancient times the system was not very
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • Between the time of the change of teeth and puberty man is a child
    • Latini, appears before us, then for the first time we really
    • of beings who, in primordial times, were associated with humanity and
    • contemporary man can attain with normal consciousness. At all times
    • longer live on Earth, and who rank sometimes below, sometimes above
    • of these beings, for at the time they lived on Earth writing did not
    • that at one time the Moon was united with the Earth. Many forces
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • regions at any particular time. If we wish to inform ourselves of the
    • future times.
    • fulfil their tasks, much of what had been discovered in ancient times
    • Thus, at certain times, those parts of the brain which sustain the
    • entities take possession of a brain from which, at certain times, the
    • beings are on the lookout at all times for a mediumistic brain
    • these elementary beings who at some future time must participate in
    • dying out, with no possibility of future development. In future times
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • ancient times with the appropriate condition of consciousness, we
    • Middle Ages and later epochs. In modern times it has virtually
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • more or less the condition of man in earliest times. Today we have to
    • difference: if, in ancient times, a man looked at his physical
    • ancient times as it is natural to us today to see another's physical
    • with indifference, sometimes even with a sense of disquiet.
    • at a time when the modern scientific outlook did not yet exist and
    • which has existed since the time of Copernicus and Galileo and which
    • is endowed with the constitution of soul that is normal for our time,
    • is perceptible and all that is related to space and time.
    • the same time living with full consciousness in a spiritual
    • diminished or totally obliterated consciousness, at a time when other
    • present time in which no real attempt is being made to penetrate to
    • approach sometimes assumes other forms as, for example, in the
    • Theosophical Society, at the very time when I had already described
    • spiritual image of dramatic art. For a long time attention has been
    • were aware of this relationship in ancient times the Mysteries were
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • presentiment of the influences of the Moon upon the Earth, each in
    • At that time it was customary for the wives to collect rainwater
    • day without, within himself he bears the night. In the daytime there
    • Moon into the waking experiences of the daytime, then he is on the
    • consciousness at a time when he is climbing on the roof top, he would
    • times on a false track. If we remain on Earth and are content to
    • the Sun a second time. All this takes place during the waking
    • behold the Sun a second time, spiritually. Its appearance is fleeting
    • indicated how, in accordance with the demands of the time, various
    • information upon this subject as is possible in the short time at our
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • at the present time, between the actual discovery of facts relating
    • time past, laymen and scholars have adopted this point of view.
    • and time that excludes the spiritual, but also those who undertake
    • excluded the spiritual, but at the same time in his interpretation of
    • springtime.
    • ourselves to trace back that which is seen to be dying at the time of
    • part of today's lecture. At the same time one must be prepared to
    • Sometimes the entities were given the most grotesque appellations.



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