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  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • and more people would appear whose memory was chaotic; who would
  • Title: Way of Knowledge
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    • soul, the originators of all appearances. Consequently we want
    • instance. It appears, when we contemplate the plant, that
    • can appear gentler under the circumstances when a plant is dug
    • in the most distant past, that the earth appeared quite
    • activity within the entire development appears to us as one of
    • through the appearance of Christ on earth. What was previously
    • from all sides it appears that we encounter the physical planet
    • as spiritual; it appears penetrated by spirit. We then learn to
    • kingdom to the stone realm then it will not appear through
    • appears to people. Further we will learn to understand that
    • — we find that our earth didn't appear as it does today,
    • this Atlantean time, they appear quite differently to our souls
    • from today. They appear in the early Atlantean times as if they
    • this world disappears. We call this unconsciousness.
    • the spirit of the plant would have appeared to them. That this
    • appeared transparent. He had perceived the spiritual world
    • influences, matter would appear transparent and reveal the
    • movement, it appears cold and calculated by the mind. When we
    • appearance of Christ on earth. Through Christ alone are the

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