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  • Title: Mission/Rosenkreutz: Lecture VII. The Mission of Gautama Buddha on Mars
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    • lived again in a physical body and is known to us as St. Francis of
    • Assisi. The quality characteristic of Francis of Assisi and of the
    • disciples of Buddha — is due to the fact that Francis of Assisi
    • characteristic of men who like Francis of Assisi were striving
    • Francis of Assisi, withdraw altogether from the practical affairs of
    • Buddha's pupil, Francis of Assisi, was an example of the fact that
    • consisting on the one hand of men of the type of Francis of Assisi and
    • like Francis of Assisi. Through the deed of Redemption performed by
    • become followers of Francis of Assisi without causing subsequent
    • the Mars-existence is, for a time, a Buddhist, a Franciscan, an
    • immediate follower of Francis of Assisi. Francis of Assisi has since
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
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    • to us as St. Francis of Assisi. The characteristic quality of Francis
    • fact that Francis of Assisi himself was a pupil of Buddha.
    • characteristic of men who like Francis of Assisi were striving
    • Francis of Assisi who withdraw altogether from the practical affairs
    • Francis of Assisi, impractical with regard to life, and they will
    • Buddha's pupil, Francis of Assisi, was an example of the fact that
    • the one hand of men of the type of Francis of Assisi, and on the other
    • would have made the others into monks like Francis of Assisi. Through
    • Francis of Assisi without causing subsequent deprivation to the earth.
    • seventeenth century every human being is a buddhist, a franciscan, an
    • immediate follower of Francis of Assisi for a time, whilst he is on
    • Mars. Francis of Assisi has subsequently only had one brief



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