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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
    • true nature of the second coming of Christ is His appearance to human
    • Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
    • The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World,
    • period in which John the Baptist worked, as well as the Christ. It
    • If, in the time of Christ Jesus, someone were to have
    • spiritual world, the divine being, the Christ, had to come down into
    • the physical, sensible world. This is the reason that Christ had to
    • through beholding the life and deeds of Christ on the physical earth,
    • kingdom of heaven, with the spiritual world. The period when Christ
    • connection with the Christ, all human connection with the spiritual
    • have continued to incarnate for a time without the Christ, but they
    • might have happened that the event of the appearance of Christ on
    • they knew of Christ in Rome at a certain period! You are perhaps also
    • Christ had walked upon the earth.
    • to live at that time and yet know nothing of the appearance of Christ
    • failed to notice the occurrence of the Christ event at the beginning
    • today, even as John the Baptist, as the forerunner of Christ, and
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • Christ-Event in so far as it is connected with the historical
    • appearance of the Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • conscientious preservation of the Christ-Principle. When we place
    • Christ-movement which above all seeks carefully for the ways of
    • accounts of the attitude of Christ Jesus towards His first disciples
    • and followers. From all that is told concerning the Christ-Event we
    • with that form of death which, in the land where the Christ-Event
    • Messiah, or the Christ — for the crucifixion had made a milder
    • Christ Jesus, through his subjection to the shameful death on the
    • account something else is connected. The influence that Christ Jesus
    • thing will be clear: for those to whom Christ appeared after the
    • impression that the Christ appeared in this altered form. But they
    • also wish to indicate something else. For the Christ to exert
    • Christ-Being.
    • before us in actuality. What the Christ brought about from person to
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • Initiation is essentially a development of the Christian Initiation,
    • so that we can speak of it as a Christian-Rosicrucian Initiation. In
    • earlier lecture-courses the purely Christian Initiation; with its
    • Christianity. In the thirteenth century the teaching of reincarnation
    • Christ Jesus concerning human brotherhood: that it is beyond all
    • light, its external revelation, or, as is said in Christian
    • Gospels, the leading of Christ Jesus to the mountain, the promise of
    • him appears to us in the great Imaginative picture of Christ Jesus
    • Christ Jesus and the Tempter. Then we know it is true in the Spirit
    • can taste in this moment. The picture of Christ in Gethsemane stands
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • concerning the relation of Christ Jesus to these higher worlds.
    • you all that the evolution of Christianity so far has been such that
    • clairvoyant knowledge to the mysteries of the Christ-Event. It must
    • be granted that Christianity has entered into the hearts of countless
    • of Christianity, must be carefully distinguished from the religious
    • inclination to Christ and the intellectual leanings towards Him of a
    • accepted the mysteries of Christianity in a deep inner way, and from
    • the Christ-Event will take place, for this is when a certain general
    • be able to attain a direct vision of Christ Jesus.
    • concerning the Christian mysteries for persons who could not rise by
    • the facts of the Christ-Event. Other persons followed these
    • the evolution of Christian humanity up to the present time. And, now
    • significance and the Being of Christ Jesus.
    • essential difference between the clairvoyant vision of Christ which
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • means to an experience of the Christ-Impulse — an experience
    • Christ-Experience. The second way for the exotericist was described
    • gate of Initiation could come to the Christ-Event, not through the
    • Palestine, can lead on to the birth of the Christ-Event within him.
    • persons will grow up able to look on the Christ. That which has
    • by what may be called the Vision of Christ.
    • task to show further how from the usual way of experiencing Christ,
    • what may be called the Christian Initiation. In the next few days we
    • Christian Initiation and we shall also need to characterise more
    • closely the nature of the Christ-Event. Thus a picture of the
    • Christian-Initiation, and of the Christ-Event, from the Baptism by
    • What is the relation between external Christianity, Christian
    • evolution, as it appears in world history, and the Christ-Event
    • Christ-Experience.
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • upon the Christ-Impulse as the most profound event in human
    • full greatness, the full significance, of the Christ-Impulse, from a
    • human minds the super-sensible nature of the Christ-Being, has drawn
    • into the concept, the idea, of the Christ, the whole of human
    • concerning the Christ-Being, we must come nearer to an understanding
    • Christ-Impulse came. Let us therefore consider what we already know
    • grounding in Christology. For concerning what goes beyond Maya with
    • the Christ-Impulse and everything connected with it has first been
    • mentioned that if a Christian sage were to be compared with the
    • Christian sage would have said: ‘O wise King Milinda, thou hast
    • The Christian sage
    • which then becomes the foundation, the basis, for the Christ-thought.
    • follow from the story of Job that Christ awakens the dead and rescues
    • Christ-Being?
    • to human evolution by the Christ related to the significance of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • come nearer to the fundamental questions of Christianity and to
    • means can we see into the heart of what the Christ-Impulse has become
    • Christianity in words of truth: ‘Children, love one another.’
    • essence of Christianity and of all truth for men. Before the Apostle
    • essence of Christianity, but the same words from the mouth of another
    • understanding of Christianity from far a field, so that we may apply
    • towards understanding the nature of Christianity. But if we are to
    • take up a question which is central to the whole Christian cosmic
    • conception; a question which lies at the very core of Christianity:
    • How it is with the Resurrection of Christ? Must we not assume that
    • for the understanding of Christianity it is essential to reach an
    • If Christ has not
    • testified of God that he raised Christ, whom he did not raise if it
    • then Christ has not been raised. If Christ has not been raised, your
    • have fallen asleep in Christ have perished. If in this life we who
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • we saw that in a certain respect the question of Christianity is the
    • question of the Resurrection of Christ Jesus. In particular, we spoke
    • of Paul, the proclaimer of Christianity, who from his knowledge of
    • the essential nature of the Christ-Impulse recognised immediately
    • that after and since the Event of Golgotha, Christ lives. We saw that
    • went on to build up a picture of what Christ Jesus was directly after
    • human Ego but by a Cosmic Being, the Christ-Being. Through years of
    • endeavour we have tried by means of words to bring the Christ-Being
    • nature of Christ Jesus, it is obvious that for Him one must rule out
    • about Christ having
    • Christ-Jesus-Being was completely independent of the human Ego from
    • comprehend Christianity unless we understand that at the time when
    • of the Christ, had gone through such a death that after three days
    • body of Christ that rose out of the grave. Just as from the body of
    • grave. And it is possible to establish a relationship with Christ
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • Steiner's Christology.
    • really happened to that Being whom we designate as Christ Jesus from
    • his thirtieth year became the bearer of the Christ. The essential
    • lectures that the words we still have today as a Christmas message —
    • unthinkable without the specific influence of Christianity. All those
    • currents, are permeated by the Christ-Impulse, but the Buddha has
    • Buddha gave to men about 500 years before the Christian era, but on
    • into itself the Christ-extract of the Macrocosm. If this bodily
    • substance of the Christ from the thirtieth year up to the Mystery of
    • with the substance of the Christ in the thirtieth year. To be able to
    • receive the Christ, this bodily nature had to be prepared, expanded,
    • Christ-Individuality entered into him, we have to do neither with an
    • Christ-Individuality. But now, through the union of the
    • Christ-Individuality with this bodily nature, by necessity the
    • in Jesus of Nazareth no human Ego, but solely the Christ
    • with the Baptism in Jordan and the entry of the Christ Individuality
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • rediscovering the esoteric path to Christ and of awakening to the new
    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • relates to the objective event connected with the name, Christ Jesus;
    • to the nature of that impulse which as the Christ-Impulse entered
    • establish his connection with the Christ-Impulse? In other words, how
    • can the Christ-Impulse become effective for the individual? The
    • have seen that the Christ-Event is an objective fact of human
    • forth to meet us in the Resurrection. With Christ there rose out of
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Christ-Impulse. Today we wish to add the subjective side. We will try
    • forth through the Resurrection of Christ?’
    • Christianity entered into the world as a religion, it was not merely
    • a religion for those who wished to approach Christ by one or other of
    • was not necessary for finding the way to Christ. We must therefore
    • fix our attention first on that path to Christ, the exoteric path,
    • seek the Christ by gaining access to occult powers. We must
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • Steiner's Christology.
    • we tried to characterise the path to Christ that can still be taken
    • leads to Christ in such a way that he can be found within the
    • note that this esoteric path to Christ Jesus was also the way of the
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact
    • of the Christ-Event had to go through the stages which you will find
    • Christian Initiation: The Washing of the Feet; The Scourging; The
    • can attain by going through this Christian Initiation.
    • lectures on this subject, Christian Initiation is very different from
    • this course. In Christian Initiation certain feelings which belong to
    • John Gospel as the Washing of the Feet, where Christ Jesus, who is
    • according to the example of Christ Jesus. In line with this example
    • making in all seven stages of Christian Initiation? From the
    • every act of devoted love. In Christian Initiation, this ought in a
    • cycles, and so have met with Christian Initiation in its seven
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  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • Dar christliche Mysterium.
    • different aspects of Christianity. In should be remembered that in his
    • and of a fundamental book on the subject of Christianity will be found
    • so-called meditation, whilst Christianity and a few other religions
    • mental realm. Fundamentally Christian prayer is no different except
    • feeling part of man. The Christian merges with the all-pervasive
    • One should not imagine however that Christian prayer was always
    • original, archetypal Christian prayer in which Christ Jesus Himself
    • Christian should adopt towards prayer. And the injunction of this
    • all faced with a definite request — Christ asks to be spared the cup
    • key-note of prayer, if prayer is to reflect the Christian spirit.
    • This is the predominant spirit of Christian prayer and it is this
    • Christian tradition, the Lord's Prayer, which according to Christian
    • tradition was taught by Christ Himself. This prayer must, in fact, be
    • when Christ Jesus taught His followers to pray, many of these magic
    • for oneself, was contrary to the Christian idea of prayer. Such
    • prayers were secular in intention. When the Christian prays he should
    • with its God. This union of the soul with its God is called by Christ
    • Now that we have described the nature of Christian prayer and what is
    • demanded of the Christian in prayer we shall be able to turn our
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • connected with the Name of Christ and of Jesus, beyond number also are
    • intellectually grasped as “Christ” withdrew into the background
    • before entering on the subject of “Christ Jesus.”
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • Mysticism of Christianity,’ nor ‘The Mystical Contents of
    • Christianity:’ its object was rather to show that Christianity in
    • that possibly not only may Christianity have a mystical content but that
    • In order to realize what Christianity is, and what it can and must be
    • the words of St. Augustine: “That which we now call the Christian
    • the beginning of the human race up to the time when Christ appeared in
    • there received the name of the Christian Religion.” Thus does a
    • along other lines than the Christian. If we wish to test the other way
    • Christianity, we are referred by the historical development of humanity
    • attention be focused, but upon what was practised in pre-Christian times
    • pre-Christian times are still possible in the same way it can only be
    • form. The pre-Christian method of Initiation is not now possible. A
    • in the post-Christian period which entirely differed from what was
    • thought — did not exist in pre-Christian ages. The Mysteries did
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • containing the German texts is entitled, Von Jesus Zu Christus,
    • From Jesus to Christ
    • an idea of the Christ Event in so far as it is
    • Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • conscientious preservation of the Christ-Principle.
    • Christ-movement which above all seeks carefully for
    • attitude of Christ Jesus towards His first disciples
    • is told concerning the Christ-Event we can gather
    • in the land where the Christ Event took its course,
    • Messiah, or the Christ — for the crucifixion had
    • Gospels wished to give the impression that Christ
    • The influence that Christ Jesus had acquired — an
    • be clear: for those to whom Christ appeared after
    • Christ appeared in this altered form. But they also
    • wish to indicate something else. For the Christ to
    • actual sight of the Christ-Being.
    • stands before us in actuality. What the Christ
    • Christ; hence, too, the variations in the accounts,
    • showing how the Christ appeared to one or other
    • concerned. Here we see the Christ-Being acting on
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  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Karlsruhe, 10-14-11
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  • Title: True Nature: Lecture I: The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World
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    • Christ Himself on earth. In that epoch, when 3,100 years of the Dark
    • of Christ Jesus someone had voiced the truth in regard to the conditions
    • Being, Christ, to come down into the physical world ... Christ's
    • order that through beholding the life and deeds of Christ on the
    • world. And so Christ's sojourn on earth took place during a period in
    • no human beings had been able to find a living link with Christ in their
    • men would have withered, gone to waste, decayed. True, even without Christ
    • event of the Appearance of Christ on the earth might everywhere have
    • was all that was known in Rome of Christ! And you may possibly also
    • that Christ had been upon earth.
    • advent of Christ Jesus on the physical plane — it was quite
    • of surprise, for it was the same when the Christ Event took place at the
    • letting the call of John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, and
    • of Christ Himself, again resound: A new epoch is at hand when the
    • The Being we call the Christ was once on earth in the flesh at the
    • to perceive Christ inasmuch as through this etheric sight they
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