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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Foreword
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    • unable to partake in super-sensible events directly.
    • were larger than the seventh; such intervals lifted him outside his
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • gratifying artistic event, let me say something about the connection
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • tone up to the seventh. While the seventh is still felt in relation
    • which serves no purpose here. The experience of the seventh was the
    • arranged according to continuing sevenths; even the fifth was
    • the seventh through the full range of octaves, always consisted of
    • in this experience of the seventh. At that time he could just as well
    • the seventh. Up into the post-Atlantean age, this continued to play a
    • take possession of it, the experience of the seventh became faintly
    • stage. Beginning with c and c-sharp, when we reach the seventh we
    • through the etheric and astral bodies to the seventh. We must now
    • at the astral experience in the tones up to the seventh. We do not
    • primeval times, when the experience of the seventh existed —
    • when he heard the seventh, he also experienced himself outside his
    • comprised both inhalation and exhalation; the seventh comprised only
    • same manner as seventh, fifths, and thirds — today's use
    • which he gained through his experience with the seventh. Then, all
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • by the third and the seventh. You have been able to gather from this
    • per minute to an average of seventy-two pulse beats per minute. This
    • himself and the world. Yesterday I told you that the seventh was the
    • seventh, though they did not have the same feeling as we have today.
    • experiences these three steps, the seventh, the sixth, and the fifth,
    • of the upper tones — the fifth, sixth, and seventh — by
    • sevenths — if he survives this experience — knows what
    • intuition is. What I mean is that in the experience of the seventh
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • that concerns the actual course of events in the world in which we
    • details to begin with. Today, I shall select one event of profound
    • thousand years. We have already discussed this event repeatedly from
    • world. The event to which I refer is one that falls in the fourth
    • thoughts stream through all the world events, and they bestow these
    • significant event; namely, the Exusiai — the forces or beings
    • particularly sublime and significant cosmic event. From that time on,
    • event took place in the fourth century A.D.,
    • began with feeling the sevenths. They then felt further intervals, of
    • which the seventh was the smallest. They missed hearing thirds and
    • who lives musically only in sevenths, with no intervals in between,
    • experience of the seventh did not make them feel that they themselves
    • seventh. Instead, they sensed how the gods, who pervaded and wove
    • through the world, revealed themselves in sevenths. The statement, “I
    • put it like this, but much more so in the “seventh-era” —
    • the most important world events are described. This occurs in the age
    • event, passes on to the “era of thirds” and the
    • see, however, how matters proceed from the seventh to the fifth, from

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